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BEREA PUBLISHING CO- r L E TOPPER Manager Enki datthefbetofcealtieredEyasueonddau tHHH1I11 +Hrr+H IVOL Five coats a BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUOKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 22 1906 One dollar a yoar NO8G IDEAS To do right out of a tender nnd loving regard for the persons who arc affected by our notion BO to Jive that no man will bo time poorer no woo man may be thu sadder no child may bo moro wretched for nught wo may have done or loft undonoj so tp live that through our words and deeds moil may BCO tho truth ant1 enjoy tho beautiful and reveres rn the pure nnd honor tho noble and possess tho moan of material nud social satisfaction that in to olmro tho lifo and love and blcsscdnoss of God For whoever lives this life not front moro constraint of duty but from lovo of those his lifo affects soon discovers that in that lifo of lovo ho is not alono The satisfac tion anti joy of it attest time fact that this is thu II folio was meant to live by his Father in whoso Imago ho was rondo anti ho knows that every word nud dHd of such a lifo is well pleas bag in his Heavenly Fathers sight President Win DoWIlt IJydo IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Twenty five thousand dollars have been appropriated by Congress for a Hsu hatchery in Kentucky It is hoped that it will bo located some whore among the mountains There will bo small use in distributing fteb iii tho streams of Kentucky however uulcsH a change of heart como orer mho people and tho laws protcetin- fish e against seiners And enforcedTho Unit Loan Option Dill has small chance of passing as it was drawn It btu been plated on tho niloiulor with fully forty other moan urea ahead of it All efforts to- maim it n ptOlnl under have fRlled uj to unto tho friends of tho moos lire dwjlaro thoy willoppose any attempt to mnko any olhur bill asM cial order unluea this bill ho advnncwl Tho fioinianntml conference of time no onlled Mormon church has just been hold in Louisville Tho roI Port shows that there are five sMab iishwl Mormon churchmen in tho state worshiping in their own buildings Those btiiliiiiiRs lire located in Bwth Cosoy Trigg Floyd Iud Trimblo counties In tho state tho member r flbiltuC1Uh b n1L 1100 t1only five members in Loiiisvillo Judging from that ono would ea that whatever the people of Loute villa may bo in other respects they aru not fools MiwkxMries have LOUVilJjamIKdmonsou and Owen oouutta Our random should bo warned for the next conference may Mind workers among thom A ship sulwldy bill lien pnsoed the Senate This bill oslnbliMioa thirteen mail Btcninhhlp lines and maroon cs the subsidy now liming paid to the lino between the 1aeJfio const and Australia It grants a subsidy X500 per grow ton a year to ca vessels engaged in tho foreign trad of the United Statue and a rate o 5CO to those engaged in tho Philippine trade It also crouton a naval reserve of 10000 olllcors and men a certain proportion of whom are to bo employed nnd paid by vessels receiv wrougWhy1 nrid lands as well f Only fifteen days more of legisla tion at Frankfort nUll still the houses are illustrating in a masterly manna how not to do it If thoy would spend less limo in trying to legislate a growing Republican sentiment out of representation and got down to business the prosont Democratic ma jority would be doing moro for itself and for tho country Important bills practically 1 now bills act down to business gootlemou Tho railroad rate bill is seemingly asleep in tho Sonata committee Time charge is made that neither lie friends nor its enemies are willing to submit tho court rovlow of the hill to a vote Several amendments to the bill have loon introduced and it is said that Senator Spoonor has anoth or under conslderalibn regarding the holding of tho difference of a rate titular eonaidorntjon in the hands of tho court I The gamo of solitaire which tho Democratic legislators are playing at Frankfort which has for the division of tho mountain countlcsl so as to eliminate as many Republi can district as possible still continues Why do not tho gentlemen who said Damn time Constitution lu regard to another matter legislate eo this all tho counties having a Republican majority bo ipso facto placed in one senatorial district and no joined to Democratic counties as ASlWmblydistricts tically tho sumo thing in the unit nnd would bo no moro disgraceful to majority than are the present thoI THE CITIZEN thingTheI two Republican senatorial districts one containing 139 J18of population and another containing 114026 Tho average is 50000 but seine of Iho Democratic districts Jmvo loss than 40000 ttlcelltlylrosuranco Company is dead IIwus n mon of much mental and business ability nnd was honest according us ho saw it In striking contrast lo so many others who havo como undo the search light lately ho told of hi I justifichimself f manytnkunbo did not have tho ability to see that the wholesale breaking of the law of which ho was undoubtedly guilty pdoof high financiers those who practice them But notwithstanding that this man felt justified in his methods of carrying on the insurance business tho fact remains thatlitho wages of sin is death Think of it cOtlrtlyio their disgrace hero Aloxmuler at tho point of death nUll many others with their names smirched MUll their credit foreverImiovra is glad as must be every one also that her ovary act and probable thought is no longer exploited as news by tho papers of tho country Her position as daughter of President Roosevelt has tilde her in Homo re sMHt a public olmrnoter and hum marriage has boon oaiiHidurod rue son for foreign governments to ox press their regent for time JJc hfont mad for this country but that is no rmuou why there should hu so inuoh lteOIvu woela Let us forget it FROM THE WIDE WORLD An artiola in The Worlds Work says mftX WJiL ltorUj eon ro lit beau win Time author yythe be Its navy that German ageuU are now buying up foreign claims in Domingo so that German war Intonm y Imve tho proportion if jKewjntfl itself taking Samaua hay and that 1 VenoKueln there hiss been a formal tender by Germany for the island o Margarita lIe also says thai in plaits the persistence of tho German m oxtreordluerfly mmoticenblo II tbis is so it moons that thu Monroe Doc trine Is to h8IIt to a test shortly Anna Gould has formally sued in sepuralitA anfr n title and nclhlng olso by a sill girlwho wanted to bo called a count oas There aro marriages of trail af fcction bolweou Americium girls and foreign noblumen anti those turn out as woll as tho rivorngo but in such marriages as that of the rich finan ciers daughter to tho Fronoh Count tho odds nit great in favor of tronb 10 It is a wonder that tho girl en dured It as long as she did A split is reported in tho Russian cabinet between tho progressive and the reactionary portion and it is said that as thu result of this olthor Minister of tho Interior Durnovo or frontier Wit to must resign The question at issue is in regard to the withhrnwal of time powers confided in governor generals It is alleged that those have been used for political activity by tho roaclionarius dllIoontIthorn as a bodaud that there is no danger of n general uprising against foreigners According to mount dispatches tho threatened uprising isi againtime t cspeoinllBoxer uprising Americans wore most popular in China because of tho good soldlorsIin preventing a division of China outrngotoilogtlllIy treaty to travel in America has provoked retaliation When will tho people of the United States learn that they cannot go on disregarding others and still bo favorites of fortune American protective system has been making enemies for ttIones to obligations to others and expect others to regard us TEllS OFTHE PlO Harry Orchard Accused of Asj Basslnatinjr ExOov Steunen yberg Makes a Confession MANY DETAILS WERE VERIFIED Ho Was Also Selected to Kill Ono of rthe Justices of tho Supreme Court of Colorado He Burled a Bomb at the Judges Gatt But When He Pulled the String the Contrivance Fall ed To Explode IDol Ida Feb 20Harry OrohHfd under arrost for oompMottr In tfce pot to assassinate HxGav SMunealrtrg of Idaho it is MM inter made A confec don It purports to give details of the cununlnaUou from Ma inception It gives tho names of other moo alleged to to Implicated Slnoe the coofM Mon jfa assured more than two weeks manyyOno of th s statements In this con f M4oa U that Orchard was selected to aMM4iia one of the Juatlots of the supreme court otCbtomdo a year ClIP He tare hs burled a bomb at this jud ie sate Got when he pulled die suing the ooBtrtvwjw malted to ego ptodc lIe took the string away and gave up the attempt Detective James SlolarViml of Denver U ia mused tHO 4ug up the bomb In his alleged confeeeton Orchard says ho wtu alono la the actual exit cotton of tlio Otldwttll plot that he had firs planned to shoot Si nnan berg with buckshot and went to the house on OhrtatHwa eM for that per pow Iniendteg to shoot through the wtMtnw but almndoRAd the plan and b4 a Manlier of efirtrMBM under t6 Wwnlk The oartHdims It is claimed hero Mace bees found by the offl owe 1Worklna of the Inner Circle OrotMtrtl has It la otaimod told of tke worklaga of an Inner drele of the Weetarn Federmtlua of Mtaer UMtaUlMed to Denver ghee detail of a ptot that led to the killing of a number of men in the Tellurlde tile tttetlaQobrufoaadlaforsnWouabcn K vartoiM OYlraBS at Cripple Creek He fenpHofltM Jack 9mf MM sad a man awed Adams in the SteoHenbofg see splracy Officers are earcWng tor both time moo in OrtDR They are Mtppoee to bo in the vMnlty of Dailies The confwwkm was oompWt ted la writing Md rifpied by Orohanl judgeoto terry Justice Goddard Ij is also Faarn fod that the ooafaMton states t iat an attempt was to kill another su promo ooort justice but the b Jmb placed tor him killed another man- Go Gooding says he tMnks the entlro confeeelon out be made public soon He says It discloses conditions perhaps never equalled In this coun try No one was permitted to talk with Moyer Haywood and Petttbone other men wader arrest when they ar rived hero They were assigned to andyGen Balkrty Well of Colorado was In charge of the special train which conveyed the prisoners tram Denver Itfforts to capture Jack Slmpkins who was supposed to bo In the vicinity of Unities Oro appear to have tailed DEFICIENCY APPROPRIATION The Bill Agreed Upon By the Committee Carries Sum of 16273622 IWfllhlngton Fob 20I1te urgent qrefdIOI1 nee tlT 8 of the house and senate committee on appropriations carries an appropriation of 162721111 or tMI 8S5 moro than tho deficiency bill of tho house contained and 186177 loss than tho bill carried an It passed tho senateThe amendment proposed by the senate appropriating 850000 to pay for tho roequlpmont of the Panama Ilallroad Cb to ije paid to tho treas ury out of the proceeds of the sale of tho Isthmian canal bonds is retained Senate amendments Appropriating 75000 for tho expenses of the committee of the five olxillxed tribes of Indian Territory was accepted He Touched a Live Wire Borrien Springs Mich FOb 20 Charlos Walker 10 pears old ties at deaths door 2GOOO volts having passed through his body That ho still lives Is miraculous He touched a live Ira on the South Bond Southern Michigan railroad ExSpeaker Henderson Stricken IDubuque la Fob 20 Fonnor Speaker II Henderson of the national house of representatives has suffered another paralytic stroke which has deprived him of his sight Ills condition Is worse It is believed tho end is near Death of Peter J Magulre Philadelphia Fob 20Peter J Ma Bulro one of the founders of tho Am erioon Fodoratlon of Labor and for tnorly secretarytreasurer of the Broth orip ARE DISCOURAGED JUhe Foreign Powers Moroccan r Delegates Take a Pessimistic i View oi the Situation MINISTER WHITE ALONE HOPEFUL Franco and Germanys Projects For Creation of a State Bank In Mores co Submitted to Conference Uncreated Even a Worse Impression Among French and British Dole gates Than the Project Rela five to Policing Morocco Algedras Spain Feb 21Frances and Germanys projecta for the crew jtlon of a state bank In Morocco were eutotrftted to tho conference Tuesday U nnany9 proposal created even a wnree tmpreselo i among tho French and British delegates than did Mon day nights rejection of the French project relative to police Both the French and the British delegates con that the Gorman proposition shows an absolute disregard of Frances posttiou as tho largest and brlvileged creditor of Morocco by civ Rig every power equal controlling ca parity of the admtnlitratlvo body with out reference to preferential claims relative to orating loans Other points with regartl to control of the finances of Morocco also arous ed objections The Bank Question Count Von Tattanbacb the junior German delegate has repeatedly expressed the view that the settlement of the bank question was merely d- etaby the necessity of first dealing wiu the police and this has led the French and British delegates to tho boNef that Germany was willing to ef feet a oompromlee on the financial coBtroversy in return for French mod emOon regarding police They con lr that Frances consent to entor taJn Germanys demand for tho admit ttulfte of a third power as the control irti element In the police amply proves hbr desire for the SUCOSM of the co- nfence and therefore the uncomprom 1 R nttturs of the present German gwwwl Is very disappointing to Many of Ute delegates of the other powers also take a pelmlntlc view of the situation but Henry White the heed of the American delegation is still Inclined to beMevo that there is a powiWUty of an eventual agreement EXTREASURERS DAUGHTER Slipped Away From HoWe and Mar rled An Ohio Student Payotte Mo Feb lMiss Fran ces 1IUnms daughter of Col It P Williams former state treasurer and one of the seven stotors who became famous throughout the state when their father was a candidate for office and during his administration suddenly left home here Saturday and late Monday telegraphed her parents from Fremont 0 that site had become the wife of R E Patterson of that place Mr Pauorson was until the first of lost week a student In Contra college at Fayette The bride Is 19 years old and tho bridegroom 22 IN MILITARY INSTITUTIONS KragJorQCnscn Rifles Are To Displace the Springfield Cadet Rifles Washington Feb 21Gen Oliver noting secretary of war authorized the issue of the KragJorgensen rifles to institutions of learning of which mill tary silence and tactics are taught to replace the 24000 Springfield cadet rifles with which they are now equipped Tlmt action was recommend ed by the chief of ordnance to im prove tho efficiency in small arms practice of all members of tho or ganized militia and cadet students OFF FOR THE PHILIPPINES Capt Taggart Detachment of the Eighth Leaves Columbus Columbus 0 Fob 21Tho govern ment is rushing troops to the Philip pines in anticipation of the trouble in China Companies C and D of the RXghth Infantry consisting of 14S men and five officers In command of Capt Taggart of Wooster divorce fame left tor Chicago from which place thoy will go over the Santa Fe to San Fran deco and embark on the transport Lo gan March 6 for the Philippines Opposed To Removal of Revenue Tax Washington Feb 21WoOO alcohol manufacturers appeared before the house ways and means committee in opposition to tho removal of internal revenue tax front denatured alcohol for use in the Industries in arts Appointed Chief Justice Montgomery Ala Fob 21Gor bike appointed non Samuel D Weak toy of Birmingham as chief justice of tbo supremo court of Alabama to All the vacancy caused by tho death of Chief Justice T N McClollan TroopsLeave New York Fob 21Four compan Ion of tho Eighth United States Infantry left Governors Island for San Francisco via Now Orleans They will PhllIppmea I nl I II I II 1 I II II 111 A Family Newspaper Eight Pages H+I I I I 1111 I l1rI II I I 111 I I I VII copy tlmt lend tlmt Tim made skier them With + 0 4- 9Jooulwr nnttar cwawnatmo- etam4pwa t UOoootJan 4 06t i 1Dt thjougiven is more satisfactoryT- he following are our rates For sums not exceeding 5 3C Over 5 and not exceeding io SC Over zorr u u 20 8C Over 20 a 1r u 30rocOver 30 rr rr d1 46 12C Over 40 it U r1so ISC Over 50 r1 U U 6o18cO- ver 60 jl = u II 75 2 C- Over 75ce u ioo reference Please cut this out for fu 25Cj L Cashier I4 H to HATS OFFI Did you ever notice some men look better with their hats off This is because their hats dont suit them We can fit you with a hat that conforms with your height and complexion t Our Prices are Never Matched j Granulated Sugar s0uG- old Medal Flour 1 4 r 1 Rr r 00 Obelisk Flour V 05 Meal y 25 upBuilding I Did you ever notice jour neighbor was getting along easier than yourself Perhaps it is because he does all his trading a- tWELCHS rokokotRokokororrottorororoKot + ororovorororotvororotor0af0o 0 nIt0ARpC0 YOU COMING TO THE x o- o Storeo I R- o oo o- to 0- A S To buy your Groceries Shoes Clothing o- o Feed Stuffs Locust Posts Shingles American oi Wire Fence Plows Hose Hames Chains o- o Osbornc Machinery and allI the good things that ff o I have for you It 0 soa o 0 t o 0 If 0 sItA Phone 40 o o c0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o oAOl o o o Under the Red Robe By STANLEY J WEYMAN OapyrlebtUMbr6UBl rJ Wtjmu SCHAPTER IConUiUEo Nevertheless a little later when I found myself on my way to the Hotel Richelieu under so closo a guard that could see nothing except the figures rlI Immediately surrounded me I I had given him tho moneY1 At such times when all hangs balance and tho sky Is overcast the runs on luck and old supersti tYImind and Is prone to think a crown l here may avail there though there bit a hundred leagues away I The Palais Richelieu was at that time In building and wo wore required to wait In a long bare gallery where 1 tho masons were at work I was kept a full hour here pondering uncom- fortablyi on tho strange whims and fan des of the great man who then ruled France as the kings lieutenantgen eral with all the kings powers and whose life I had onto been the means of saving by a little timely Informa tion On one occasion he had done something to wipe out tho debt and at other times he had permitted me to be free with him W6 were not un known to one another therefore Nevertheless when the doors were at last thrown open and 1 was led ofinto his presence my confidence under a shock Ills cold glance that roving over me regarded me not as- a man but an Item the steely glitter of his southern eyes chilled me to the tune The room was bare the floor without carpet or covering Some of s the woodwork lay about unfinished and In pieces But the manthis man needed no surroundings Ills keen pale face his brilliant eyes even his presencethough ho was of no great height and began already to stoop at the shoulderswere enough to awe the boldest I recalled as I looked at him a hundred tales of hU Iron will his cold heart his unerring craft Ho had humbled the kings brother tho splen did Duke of Orleans in the dust He had curbed the queenmother A doz en heads the nobles In France had como to the block through him Only b two years before he had quelled Ro chelle only a few months before he had crushed the great insurrection In Languedoc and though the south r stripped of Its old privileges nllll i seethed with discontent no one In this Liear 1C30 dared lift a hand against openly at any rate Under tho surface a hundred plots a thousand intrigues sought his life or his power but those I suppose aro the hap of ivory great man No wonder then that the courage t on which I plumed myself sank 11 Iowan sight of him or that It was as much as I could do to ruin gle with the humility of my salute tome touch of the sangfroid of old ace Quaintanccship And perhaps that had been better R t left out For this man was without bowels For a moment while ho stood it looking at me and before he spoke to me I gave myself up for lout There wan a glint of cruel satisfaction In his eyes that warned me bcforo he spoke t what he was going to say to me I could not have made a better t catch M de Berault he said emit i ing villainously while he gently smoothed the fur of a cat that had sprung on the table beside him And old offender and an excellent exam pis I doubt It will not atop with you hut later we will make you the war rant for lying at higher game Monseigneur has handled a sword himself I blurted out The very room seemed to be growing darker the air colder I was never nearer fear In my life Yesr he said smiling delicately And soT Will not be too hard on the fail- Ings of a poor gentleman He shall suffer no more than a rich one be replied suavely as he 4stroked the cat Enjoy that satisfac LIon N de Berault Is that all Onco I was of service to your em desperatelyf he an But for that r I should not have seen you M de Berault y The kings face I cried snatch Ing at the straw he seemed to bold out 1lie laughted cynically smoothly face his dark moustache and e whitening hair gave him an air of Indescribable keenness I am not the I king he said Besides I am told you have killed as many as six men f In duels You owe the king there fore one life at least You must pay It There Is no more to be said M de j turningIi papers The law must take its t courseI he was about to nod to tho lieutenant to withdraw me and a + chilling sweat broko out down my back rsaw the scaffold I felt the I cords A moment and it would be toot late I have a favor to ask I stammered desperately if your emi nence would give mo a moment alone To what end fIt ho answered turn 4 Ing and eying me with cold disfavor I know you your past all It car ddo nc good my friend Ii j 4er Nor harm I cried And I am tdying man Mon lgneurl That Is true he said thoughtfully Still bo seemed to hesitate and my heart beat fast At last ho looked at tho lieutenant You may leave us he said shortly Now when the of ficer had withdrawn and left us alone What is It Say what you have to say quickly And abovo all do not try to fool mo M do Berault But his piercing eyes so disconcerted me that now In my chance I could not find a word to say and stood before him mute I think this pleased him for his taco relaxed lVollY ho skid at last is that all The man is not dead I muttered He shrugged his shoulders contemptuously What of that1 ho said That was not what you wanted to say to me Once I saved your eminences life Tattered miserably Admitted he answered In his thin Incisive voice You mentioned tho tact before On the other hand you have taken six to my knowledge M de Bcrault You have lived tho life of a bully n common bravo a gamester You a man of family For shame And It has brought you to this Yet on that point I am willing to hear more he added abruptly I might save your eminences life again I cried It was a sudden InspirationYou something he said quickly fixing me with his eyes But no ho continued shaking his head gently Pshawl the trick is old I have better spies than you M de BeraultBut no better sword I cried hoarsely No not In all your guard That Is true he said That is true To my surprise he spoke In a tone of consideration and he looked down at the floor Let mo think my friend he continued He walked two or three times up and down the room while I stood trem bling I confess it trembling The man whoso pulses danger has no power to quicken is seldom proof against suspense and the sudden hope his words awakened In me so shook mo that his figure as he trod lightly to and fro with tho cat rubbing against his robe and turning time for time with him wavered before my eyes I grasped the table to steady myself I had not admitted even In my own mind bow darkly the shadow of Montfaucon and the gallows had fallen across me- I had leisure to recover myself for it was some time beforo ho spoko When ho did It was In a volco harsh IT IS A BARGAIN changed imperative You have the reputation of a man faithful at least to his employer be said Do not answer me I say it is so Well I will trust you I will give you one mono chancethough It Is a desperato ono Woo to you If you fall me Do you know Cocheforet In Beam It la not far from Auch No your eminence Nor M de Cocheforetr No your eminence So much the better he retorted But you have heard of him He has been engaged In every Garcon plot since the late kings death and gave me more trouble last year In the Vir arats than any man twice his years At present he Is at Bosost In Spain with other refugees but I have learned that at frequent Intervals he visits his wife at Cocheforet which Is six leagues within tho border On one of these vis- Its he must be arrested That should bo easy I said The cardinal looked at me Tush man what do you know about IU be answered bluntly It Is whispered at Cocheforot if a soldier crosses the street at Auch In the house aro only two or three servants but they have the countryside with them to a man and they are a dangerqus breed A spark might klndlo a fresh rising The arrest therefore must be made secretlyI One resolute man Inside the house with the help of two or three servants whom he could summon to his aid t will might effect It the cardinal con tinued glancing at a paper which lay on the table The question Is will you be tho man my friend I hesitated then I bowed What choice had IT Nay nay speak out he said sharply Yes or no M de Berault Yes your eminence I said reluctantly Again I say what choice badIYou will bring him to Paris and alive He knows things and that Is why 1 want him You understand I understand Monselgneur I an sweredYou will get Into the house as you youwUJu They suspect everybody You mu deceive them If you fall to deceive them or deceiving them are found out later M do Berault I do not think you will trouble mo again or breathe k edict a second time On the other hand should you deceive mohft smiled still more subtly but his voice sank to a purring notoI will break you on the wheel like the ruined game ster you are I met hit look without quailing So be IU I said recklessly It I do not bring M de Cocheforet to Paris you may do that to mo and more also It Is a bargain ho answered slow ly I think you will be faithful For money hero are a hundred crowns That sum should suffice but If you succeed you shall have twice as much more Well that Is all I think You understandYes Then why do you watt Tho lieutenant 1 said modestly Monselgneur laughed to himself nnd sitting down wrote a word or two on a slip of paper Give him that he said in high goodhumor I fear M do Berault you will never get your desertsIn this world CHAPTER n- AT TilE GREEN PILLAR Cocheforet lies in a billowy land of oak and beech and chestnuta land of deep leafy bottoms and bills clothed with forest Ridge and valley glen and knoll the woodland sparsely peopled and more sparsely tilled stretches away to the great snow mouhtalns that here limit France It swarms with gamewith wolves and bears deer and boars To the end of his life 1 have heard that tho great king loved this district and would sigh when years and state fell heavily on him for the beechgroves and boxcovered hilts of South Beam From tho terraced steps of Auch you can see the forest roll away In light and shadow volt and upland to the brae of tho snowpeaks and though I come from Brittany and love the smell df the salt wind I have seen few sights that outdo this It was the second week in October when I came to Cocheforct and drop ping down from tho last wooded brow rode quietly into the place at evening I was alone and had ridden all day In a glory of ruddy beechleaves through tho silence of forest roads across clear brooks nnd glades still green 1 had seen more of the quiet and peace of tho country than had been my share since boyhood and I felt a little melancholy In might be for that reason or because- I bad no rent taste for tho task before methe task now so Imminent In good faith It was not a gentlemans work look at It bow you might But beggars must not be choosers and I knew that this feeling would pass oflathersthat once begun I ing When a man Is young he seeks solitude when ho Is middleaged ht ties It and his thoughts I made with out ado for tho Green Pillar a little Ian In the village street to which I had been directed at Auch and thundering on the door with the knob of my rid Ingswltcb railed at tho man for keep- Ing me waiting Here and there at hovel doors in the streetwhich was a mean poor place not worthy of the namemon and women looked out at me suspiciously But I affected to Ignore them and at last the host came He was a fair haired man hall Basque half French man and had scanned me well I was sure through some window or peep hole for when be came out be betrayed no surprise at the sight of a welldressed stranger a portent in that outoftheway village but eyed me with a kind of sullen reserve I can lie here tonight I suppose I said dropping the reins on the sorrels neck The horse hung Its head I dont know he answered stupidly I pointed to the green bough which topped a post that stood opposite the doorThis Is an Inn is It noU I said Yes be answered slowly it is an Inn But But you aro full or you are out of food or your wife Is 111 or something else Is amiss I answered peevishly All the same I am going to lie here So you must make the best of It and your wife tooIf you have one He scratched his head looking at me with an ugly glitter in his eyes But he said nothing and 1 dismounted Where can I stable my horse I asked Ill put It up he answered sullen Iy stepping forward and rfcklng the reins In his hands Very well I said but I go with you A merciful man is merciful to his beast and whereever 1 go I see my horse fed It will be fed he said shorttf And then be waited for me to go Into the house The wife Is in there he continued looking at me stubbornly Imprimis if you understand Latin my friend I answered the horse in the stall As he saw It was no good he turned the sorrel slowly round and began to lead it across the village street There was a shed behind the inn which I had already marked and taken for the stablo and I Ws surprised when I found he was JIlt going there But I I made no remark and in a few minutes saw tho horse well stabled In a hovel which seemed to belong to a neighbor This done the man led the way back to the inn carrying my raise You have no other guests I said with a casual air I knew ho was watching me closely No he answered This Is not much In the wty to anywhere I suppose NoThat I was evident a more retired r place I never saw The hanglns woods rising steeply to a great height BO shut tho valley In that I was puzzled to think how a man could leave it save by tho rood I had come The cottages which were no more than mean small huts ran in a straggling double line with many gaps through fallen trees and Illolearcd meadows Amor them a noisy brook ran In and out And the Inhabitants charcoal burners or swineherds or poor peo pie of the lllie class wore no better than their dwellings I looked in vain for the Chateau It was not to be seen and I dared not ask for it The man led ma Into the common room of the taverna lowroofed poor place locking a chimney or glued windows and grimy with smoke and use The firea groat halfburnt treG smouldered on a stone hearth raised a foot from tho floor A huge black pot simmered over It and beside ont window Icnngtd a country fellow talk Ing with the good wltc In the dusk I could not iee his facetbut I gave tho woman a word and down to wait for my supper She seemed more silent than tht common run of women but this might bo because her husband was present While she moved about getting my moal ho took his place against the door post and fell to staring at me M persistently that I felt by no moans at my ease Ho was a tall strong fellow with a rough moustache and brown beard cut In the mode heart Quatro and on the subject of that kinga safe one I know with n Bearnals and on that alone I found It possible to make him talk Even then thero was a suspicious gleam in his eyo that bade mo abstain from questions and as the darkness deepened behind him and the firelight played more and more strongly ou his features and I thought leagues of woodland that lay between this remote valley and Auch I recalled the cardinals warning that If I failed in my attempt I should be little likely to trouble Paris again To ne Continued MATRIMONY AND TOQUES Lady Llnsnltt Who Warn Tint Dryunit- AH Hop or Wile hood A young woman who had graduated from college and then taken a masters degree returned homo utter two years of travel abroad to find that during ber absence her native village had fitted her out with an embarrassing reputation for learning rotates Youths CompanionTo mingled annoyance and amusement she discovered that ptopl were sarprtaad to see that she was ntttth like other ordinary and agreeable per sons and that perhaps after all this educating proeess aba Will capable of auatalnlng the relations of ordinary life Among those who called to see her soon after liar rUm were two second cousins girls in their early lens Their surprise at flsdlag the much discussed master of arts to perfectly lovely appeared during Ute Interview In their insjenloua remarks As they were departing from the yard their words floated up through tho open window to the amused 11 A Just think said one girl IMpres- sively she speaks seven languages And yet cried tho other she would make some man a real sweet wife Vndor Age People In Birchtown wore used to Uncle Randolph Greens way of talk Ing and enjoyed it but at last there came as a member of the summer colony a man who had a desire to set everything and everybody straight according to his Ideas What Is the sense of your referring to that animal of yours lL3a colt clpiasnded this person one day now old ia he- Well hes going on eleven years said Uncle Randolph mildly Eleven years sneered the mnn Well wo should call that pretty an dent for a OltIn New York I think likely you would said Uncle Randolph without rancor but with considerable flrmnexi In his soft old voice but perhaps twould he well to consider mister that this colt o rolno resides In Birchtown where eleven years Is pretty young for a horseYouths Companion Omfnnlnir Million A case with which I was connected a few years ago said Frederick Tro vor Hill involved some large corpor ate mortgages and frequent references were rnado by the lawyers on both sides to the tcnmllliondollar mort gage and the twentymlltlondollar bond Issue Finally one of the jurors a little German barber couldnt stand it any longer and raised hole hand Mr Judge he expostulated if der lawyers will please say von dollar when they means a million dollars dot would makes mo understand besser Dos millions I Aeh Ciott doy contuses me Argonaut A Silent Woman Tho opposition to the payment of the uhurch tax In Scotland is occasionally relieved by a ray of humor Quite recently the Rev J Stephen son president of tho Free Church Council resolved to faco a weeks In carceration rather than submit to taxation He had no property which could be distrained upon and on tho form which ho received on which to state what ho was willing to hand over to be sold he wrotoISelf In tho next column in which he was required to state the value of the goods ho Inserted Wlfo wont SQLondoa Standard SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON i Jesus Power to ForgiveInter national S S Lesion for Feb 29 1000 BT nnv WILLIAM EVANS n D Director lllbllcal Dtpartment cf the Moody Bible Institute Chicago l om olal Lecturer of the Cook County Chicago Sunday School A io elation on the International 8 8 LeeonJ Copyrtgnt IVWJ by Joseph 11 howls Golden Text The Son of Man bath power on earth to forgive sins Mark 210 Lesson Mark 2112 And they Dame unto Him bringing one tick of the palsy which was borne of four And wizen they could not come nigh unto Ills for the pfess they uncovered the roof where lie was and when they had broken It up they let down the bed wherein the sick of the palsy lay When Jesus saw their faith Ho said unto tho sick of thj palsy Son thy sins be forgiven then But there were curtain of the scribes sitting there nnd rea sonlng In their hearts Why doth this man thus speak blasphemies Who can forgive sins but God only And immediately when Jesus perceived In Ills spirit that they so reasoned with themselves Ho said unto them Why reason ye these things In your hearts Whether Is It easier to say to the sick of tho palsy Thy sine be forgiven thee or to say Arise nail tuke up thy bod and walk Out that ye may know that the Son of Man bath power on earth to forgive sins lie earth to tho sick of the palsy Arise and take up thy bed and go thy way Into thine house And Im mediately he arose took up the boO and went forth before them all Sickness a type of Sin Throughout the Scripture there li reeognlied a very Intimate connection between sleknea and sin Leprosy Is typical At sin In its bogtanlngs growth and ooasumrnatlen Palsy like Bin paralyses the faculties at man natural blindness Is symbolic of the spiritual blindness caused bar sin In a spiritual sense people may have eyes and set not ears and hear not The Palsied Man Is a Type of the Sinner Tfie staffer has certain fnculUa which cannot be used until he hi eured of the dltesee of sin Bin WlRbto tilt splrtttMt eyesight doctors spiritual hearing 4ark M the Hmlerstaiulliift so tbat It eauMt grasp leer understand divine tWn s Sin paraly M the faculties of the teal The sinner Is as helpless to walk la the way of Gods oMUBMdsjMDU at tbta palsied wan was to walk Ute streets af Pales tine Paul that deep student oJ ho man natur said I know tMt In Me dwelfeUi M good thlMiss for to will is present with me hat how to perform that which to Rood I find niL The good that I would I de nob What a eotifeostoB of human inability Sin nod Sickness Closely Cenae tmd While It Is not true that In every case stckMM Is the direst result of a special sin committed by Ute one af let d yet the Jllble distinctly teaebM that ofttimea such Is the ae Jesus taught Jill dlaetplM In the case of the wan horn blind John 91 that this tore affliction came not because af any special sin on the part of the Wind man Nevertheless by addressing his spiritual before his physical condition by saving first Thy sins bo far given tbeV and afterward Rite take up thy lied and walk tho Master distinctly taught us that In this case at least as well as In John 5 the ate fIction was the result of tome par titular sin Sin no more lest a worse thing come upon theewords like these emphatically set forth the close relation between sin and disease How Can Gin Be Forgiven How can punishment for sin be averted It has been said that there are three ways First Inasmuch as suffering and punishment Is tho result of sin let us stop sinning and then we shall cease suffering That sounds well But It Is cold comfortless logic Who can stop sinning where is the man In all the earth that docth good and slnneth not This is law without love Secondly It Is acknowledged that there Is sin and there II punish ment for sin but then God is kind lovldg and compassionate that He will say to us at lost Well It Is true you have been pretty bad but I will look over It come right Into Heaven That Is lobo without law If this were the real statue of the ease Heaven would not be a place long secure from the attacks of sin Unless holiness and righteousness be the center ot Gods throne safety and security can never be Its circumference- Forgiveness Through Christ There remains Just one other way of forgiveness and that Is the true way There Is sin and there Is pun ishment and condemnation for sin Dut God has laid all our sips on Christ who bore them In Ills own body on the tree Forgiveness then Is by faith In the redeeming sacrifice of Christ We have forgiveness through His shed blood Here Is law and love combined thus allowing God to be Just and the justifier of the sinner who believes In Josus Sin Must Needs Us Forgiven Man must bo forgiven or else he will be lost It there Is such a thing as sin In tho world then there Is such a thing as punishment and condemn tton for sin It there be no sin thou we need have no worry with regard to tho thought of punishment Jesus Christ taught very definitely that sin was real and It unforglven was the means of bringing down wrath upon the head of the sinner He said to the unrepentant Jews If yo die In your sins wher I am ye cannot como Wo must doal definitely with God about It PRACTICAL TEMPERANCE How Engineer John F Stevens Now of Panama Canal Once Kept JIll Workmen from Liquor Mr John F Stevens who has under taken what is said to be tho greatest engineering enterprise in tho world the building of the Panama canal Is a practical prohibitionist The following from the New York Tribune describes the measures he adopted several years ago to prevent the sale of liquor to a construction gang of several hundred men who under his direction wore build- Ing a now ralrload They wore camped In tents many miles from tho nearest settlement and operations ware capon slve because provisions bad to be hauled a long distance overland and ho could not afford to have tho Boloney of the workmen Impaired by drink The work wont on satisfactorily un til some one possessing more enterprise than principle appeared upon the scene to profit by trading upon the vices of the laborers He erected a rude shack and stocked It with vile whisky The men leaving no other place In which to amuse themselves or spend their money patronised the saloon to freely that the gang soon baoatno demoralised It was a costly proposition for the rail road company The saloon was not situated on railroad land so Mr Slovens had no legal authority to rid himself of It end ex postulation with the proprietor who was tolalig money fut was of no avail Flnallf the engineer made a personal visit to the saloon and oniugwd iu aa Interview with the proprietor Whoa Are you going to leave here bo naked When I get good and ready was the surly response I am going now taeoalcally retort ed Steveas aitd to saylNc be drew tram his pocket a mammoth dynamite ear triage scratched a match oa his cordu roy trousers Ignited the tuee threw the nah af obstruction behind the bar and ran Tho saloon Keeper decided that Ue was quite ready to no also and illdnt argue tho proposition In 90 seconds tbt shack ws blown to pieces and business was not returned at tile oM stand Soon after this a nun appeared la the vamp carrying la a big tin rweyuele which III had oa his back a considerable amount of whisky which be sold to the mm lift had boa In bvstaoas only a short tires when aaharpsiiovter actlac Moor Mr Stevens orders plumed tile can ImgthwlM white the owner was carrying It oa hla hack The bulitt made two holes la the ClaD The whisky pro gled out and ton thoroughly frightened owner was coavtacod that be was up agalMl a most effective auMealowi law That was tM end of the whisky bass noaslnthatoasisM A DRUNKARDS SPECIAL Unique Midnight Train Whisk Was Run on the Interurban Ilatl read at London Ono of the Intrnuvafc railways ol London has wuaotH meaning to do so done something to promote so briety Drunken men on the train were a great annoyance to the sober trav clots This was especially true on the late evening trains when the drunken men were more numerous The railway management besides as signing n car In each evening train for 1 drunkards prepared a train at mid night especially for them The sober persona allowed on this trainhwere those In charge of tho drunken fellows The announcement ot the are rangement has had the effect of sober lug the bibulous chaps When the drunkards special with stalwart railway men ready to put them In the cars was made up thero were none The drinkers were evidently ashamed to be known as travelers on such a train and either went homo before they be cams thoroughly drunk or ceased get ting drunk The plan which waa In tended to assure the comfort of sober travelers has had a wider effect in shaming the drinkers into at least a degree of sobriety FACTS TO FONDEtt Every week our country spends J22 000000 for Intoxicating drinks A drunken passenger threw a lighted match Into some gasoline on the launch Den hut near Detroit Mich and In tho panic which followed four passengers wero drowned Rev J W Horsley chaplain of the house of detention ClcrVcnwoll Lon don asserts that It Is not the togs of winter but tho grogs of summer that cause oulcdes to Increase Tho Columbian hospital now almost completed In Wilkinson Pa will bo an exceptional Institution No one will bo employed In any capacity who Is addicted in the slightest degree to the use of drugs or intoxicating liquors Favor the Teetotaler The third teetotaler to bo elected to the captaincy of the Yalo varsity foot ball team Is Thomas Leonard Shovlln t who was chosen to succeed Capt JimIHogan as the guiding star on the Yale gridiron thin season Capt Ratferty of tho 1903 team was a temperance man It Is said and Capt Jim Hogan of the 1901 team prided himself on never havlne tasted IntoxicantsI I BereaTeachers f Club L1rTSRSIFoa +4411 t t +11111111111111 JIIIII The Illll for Htola NorinnU- Houflo Dill No 112 Introduced by R W Miller is entitled An Act to Establish System of State Normal Schools in Kentucky It purposes to dlvldo the State Into three Normal School districts viz District No comprising tho West ern third of tho State District No2 comprising the central third of State and District No 8 the thirdThe counties belonging in each district are named in the Bill A State Normal School Is to bo oa tablishcd and maintained in each district for the avowed purpose traininginthe science and art of teachingan d such other branches as e them to make the common schools throughout the State efficient The Dill provides that a Board of Regents shall be created for eac Normal School District composed RegontsInthe Governor by and with the advice and consent of the Senate the State Superintendent making the fifth member and being cxofOcio chairman of each Board If this fill becomes a law it will be the duty of the several Boards ydaystheir officers and prepare to secur- sites for their respective schools The Bill carries with it an appro priation of 150000 to be divided equally among the Boards of Regents of these Normal Schools for the pur pose of erecting and equipping suitable buildings improving grounds etc and the sum of 75000 annual ly to be distributed equally among the three Boards of Regents for the purl of defraying the salaries of teachers and other current expenses Each county in the State shall bo entitled annually to the appoint ment of six pupils for gratuitous instruction in tho Normal School of the lelongsThesecompetitive examination those hail ing tho highest qualifications being accepted prollItoDsmeans perfect it is greatly to hoped it will be enacted into law Muchwill depend upon tho wis dom and honesty of tho Boards of Regents especially in the matter of tuition and expenses The State could well afford free tuition to all bonafido teachers of public district schools and ought to provide it As It Is tho six who have the highest qualifications and consequently need tho instruction tho least will be tho only ones to receive froo tuition Others may pay their own way or go without tho education Moreover these favored few will go out and give superior instruction to tho pu pill in thoidistricts fortunate enough to secure their services while thous ands of other children just as good and as intelligent must be taught by untrained teachers If the Bill would bo amended to reach all it would probably bo do passedInJ W DIISMORK- ihloV ton Illrthdajr What a pity that some of tho verbal appreciation of tho Father of crystallizedinto Washington ho gave his life to establish not ox nctly for a ribbon to stick in thoir coats for that does not go in this country but at any rato for a suffi cient addition to their bank accounts or for what they call SUCCORS for their party realIwrt Is It Your Own Hair Do you pin your hat to your own hair Cant do ItIHavent enough hair It must be you do not know Aycrs Hair Vigor I Heres an introduction I May the acquaint ance result In a heavy growth of rlchthickglos yhafrl Andj we know youll neverbegrayII think that Amtwonderful l tr grower Mrs toed It for sums can fully tar that I am tread aid with It t ehearull rrrommrnd It ai a splendid ration Mill y BnocK repof oMade by J O Aytr Co LownII il I Afro nanufaoturtr of I lJers SAKSAPAULLL PILLS CUKY PECTORAL History of the Eighth Kentucky Thrilling Story of the Part this Gallant Regiment Took in Our Civil War CHAPTER IIContinued- At 5 oclock p m all aboard th planks wore drawn In and our fleet of five largo river steamers rounded out into tho swollen current of the river tho excellent band of the Third Minnesota playing Hail Col umbia Tho men and officers of thne a long and loud adieu to Louisville The swift current aided by the revolving ma chinery soon carried us from tho view of tho largo crowd oi spectators wo left on tho wharf toonk to e passengers especially on the Nashville Captain Barkloy partownor andcaptain of this boat was evident ly mad as his boat had teed pressed tho United States service for hthis trip He complained bitterly probablybecarneagreed to pay for them While seat ed at the wellsupplied supper table Captain Banton and myself were speaking of Colonel Barnes and Captain RJCOH mutual reconciliation when our attention was drawn t tho other end of the table by rather Eighthseengineer of tho boat Said the latter I cannot help sympathizing with tho South the North ern people havo persistently fo many years dono all they could toI cripple tho interests of the slave- holding Stairs and their domestic institutions Captain Hickman There you are slightly mistaken sir When tho Southern people by tho aid of President favorabloto slavery tried to spread that curso of human rights over our fertile plains of the North west tho Northern emigrants there simply outvoted tho advocates of negro slavery and adopted Free Stato constitutions roplialYoureanyhow Lieutenant Park thou said Well ufor if your sympathies are so strong the South why dont you go and principlesTotit replied I was not talking to you sir whom I puppyLieutenant r back his chair and raising to his foot said I left homo to shoot rebels and Jeff Davis dogs and will begin on you Had it not boon for au officer on seizinghishad a dead engineer on board This same engineer hastily left tho room and wo did not hear any more South ern gush during tho trip from him or any of tho boats crow On tho morning of tho 20th our fleet landed at Connelton Ind whore a good supply of coal was taken on During our stay a large crowd of cit izens of the town men women boys and dogs collected On the bank some apparently to show their loyalty tho girls their beauty and the boys and dogs their combativeness Two of tho dogs yoked for a fight Two boys evidently tho respective owners of tho canine combatants in endeavoring to command tho got mad and with equal ferocity pitched into each others wool This animated sceno caused loud cheers from tho soldiers Instantly all tho bands of the fleet struck up lively music and tho machinery was soon in motion hear ing us on down tho Ohio Tho officers of the Eighth on the Nashville over ruled Berkleys objections to tho men occupying spare births and had many of them take their meals at tho table verydarktrees with much dirt in tho conterof tho stream our boat ran against a tree and throw every sleeper out of bed Fortunately no serious injury was done to passengers or boat Tho owning of tho 21st our fleet arrived at Smithland situated at the mouth of tho Cumberland River and turned up that stream at 0 oclock Wo made slow progress against the attewptto22d brought us in sight of Fort DonI aldson We landed here and omeI of us understanding that the fleet would lay hero several hours struck out over tho hill to view the late battlefield Wo had only time to arrive on the rebels old encampment when the whistle of tho beats gavo us warning to return and wo did somo tall double passageVeryruins of tho once flourishing Ironworks owned by the presidential aspirant John Boll Hero about fifty negroes of both sexes all ages and colors had gathered themselves to gether on tho rivers bank They joyIhats and patting and dancing Tho cheering of our men appeared to vigorousbodilynegro broke forth into singing 0 praise and tanks t de rotd he come To set ile people tree An masmllokitdayofdoomAn Tho entire dusky crowd joining in vlzIOh neber you rear If neber you hear De driver blow hi horn I Our fleet lay by near Clarksvillo that night and arrived at Nashville normorning Private Frazie wagoner of Company Awhile attending to his mules was by one of them pushed overboard and drowned before as sistance could roach him His ment his country Several hours were spent in disembarking and unloading forego and at 2 oclock pm wo left tho boats Ono boat officer coma us CHAPTER III As we marched through this beau tiful Southern city on that pleasant sic of tow white men that appeared on the sidewalks Doors and win dows of stores and dwelling houses were principally closed Feminine pOOPfrom couldabo seen peeping around corners and crowding into the unfrequented alloys silently making demonstra tions of joyous welcome to us Wo pitched our camp near tho Murfroesboro Piko two miles from Nashville whore our three regiments were joined by Colonel Duffieldand the Ninth Michigan Infantry Col Duffield immediately took command of the brigade Ho proved a strict daystThero was vigorous drilling six hours of the day winding up with dress pa redo at which tho Adjutants read to their respective regiments lengthy Buellgamong ing ear Order strictly forbidding soldiers entering private grounds or premises on any plea whatoverwith out authority of their officers priv ato property on no occasion to bo ta ken for public use without due com pensatlon c- On the 28th the Eighth received a new supply ofclothing dress coats and hats taking tho place of soldier jackets and caps To Be Continued EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS AICOUV JACKSON COUNTY Feb 10 Married on tho 8th Inst Mr Holland Lainhart tp Miss Julie Crane and on the ICth Mr John Anglin to Miss Daisie Hisel May their pathway be strewn with flowers andmny their sorrows be few and far between Rev Van Winkle filled his regular appointment second Saturday and Sunday at the school houso Owing to the roads being in goodcondition and the weather be prosentDrummors Reynolds wero hero during the past wockMr W W Durham is haul- Ing logs to the mill to havo lumber sawed to rebuild his houso which was recently destroyed by fireMrs yearling it Mrs Williams now owns the best pair of young mules in this part of the countyRev S Wells filled his regular appointment Saturdayapd Sunday at Blantons Flat A large crowd was presentMr Coleman Coylo is showing improvement at this writlngW P Terry visited Petor Gabbard SundayMrs Margaret Logsdon who lives at A H Williams visited Mrs Jano Hisel SundayMr Tom Perry is thinking about moving to Millers Creek where his brother John moved to recently Bill and NoIse Alcorn moved last Saturday each ono going to the place vacated by tho other ILLINOIS NEWS TUSCOLA DOUGLAS COUNTY Feb 17It is not so cold hero as it has beenTho roads are rough for haulingB C Martin has moved to Bourbon 111 on old Mrs Chandlers place Mr Martin will got 24 a monthMr Jim Lindsey is on the sick list We havo not been able to learn tho nature of his illness Mr and Mrs Willis Heacock and their throe eldest daughters united t CartwrightThe supper Fob a11M Allie Jackson beingI80 pillow was given to the homeliest mon1I0UJtIlONDOUOLH COUNTY Feb 10We are having warm weather here at this time and the roads are very muddyD C Martin has moved from Tuscola Ills to Bourbon in the same county whore ho is going to put his children into school B C will superintend the widow Chandlers farm tho coming year Bourbon is an uptodate townJ B Van Winkle called on B C Martin SundayJ C McGuire and his soninlaw Abe Phillips are moving to Nokomis Ills to their now homeJ D Martin has movedout to A L Blisss farm J D bought a pair of mules tho other day that cost him 350W C Martin has returned from Double Lick Ky where ho went to bid his father farewell Ad Harris has bought a farm at Shelbyville Ills where he expects to move shortly Mrs J 0 McGuiro sold 5080 dayCornity TrivIal This little story comes from the South The first slice of goose had been cut and the negro minister who had been invited to dine lookedat it with as keen anticipation us was displayed in tho faces around him Dats as fine a goose as I ever saw Brudder Williams ho said to his host where did you get such a fine one P Wellnow Mistah Rawloy said the carver of the goose with a sud den access of dignity when you preach a special good sermon I never axes you where you got it Seems to mo dats a trival matter any way 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thefirst bottle of Cu dul gave me wonderful relief and now I aa In batterhealth than I have been for a long tune II V Always Remember the Fun Name Laxative Bromo Quinine Cures Cold in One Day Grip inTwo oaloL 25c J y The Citizen I An Independent Family Newspaper Published erery Tburtdajr at Bcrea Ky t BEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY tiLE TUPPER Editor and Mgr Subscription Ratos PAYABLE If ADTAKCC One 1100 Six months O- i Three months 96 send money by PoitoCIre Money Order Kz Jon i Money Order Check Draft Kejliterw Letter or one and two cent sumps The date after your name howi to what date rour inlweripUon li raid If It It not channel Within three after Modlnc ui money kottfy UI- Enbaerlbers wishing Tea CITUIK stopped pest notify ui at the expiration ol their sub terlptlon payinf all arrears otherwIse we wan onitder Iba they with It continued Notify ui at once of any change In your addma fltlng old aud new addresses Utlilnt numbers duo to wrappers coming Off IDpuedAgents wanted In every locality Write foe tams Anyone tending ns four yearly sub yaipdotu wW CUlliN for one ar s Womans Inventive Genius It Is not two that woman lacks crcatlTO genius In fact the Inven tire talent Is marked In woman There Is usually something original in her makeup asserts the Washington Star The rude masculine observer who makes the charge that woman is detective In creativeness is wrong He has noted that when one woman I begins to wear a certain or uncertain chape of hat every other woman must Lave tho same shape be It shapely or ehapeless He has observed that when ono woman switches the fullness of the sleeve from the elbow to the shoulder or back again from the shoul der to the elbow every other wom r an must do the same He has ob Jrscrved that when ono woman designs to bake a cake she Insists on bor rowing the neighbors recipe though this argues more for womans rever ence for precedent than for her lack i of originality The observer has also noted that the first woman got tff i Ithe first street car backward and that ever since every other woman has done the same thing JInsects and Disease medicine seems to be on the verge of a vast change If the reputed discoveries are reliable physi clans will have to abandon their medi I cine chests and turn themselves Into l a entomologists The alleged discovery J that the mosquito described as ste romyla was alone responsible for yellow r 1 ever was sufficiently startling r but this bas been followed by a host of discoveries which threaten to impose t upon insects the sole responsibil ity for the spread of disease Accord Ins to the president of the Medico Cblrurglcnl college In Philadelphia there are 76 varieties of house flies which spread disease They appear to wallow In the germs of typhoid fever and they can communicate It to per sons which may account for tho tact of so much typhoid fever during the summer and autumn in places whero no germs could be found In the drink J I J Ing water if iANew York clergyman some tow t weeks ago was playing golf on tho- r I links of bo Mount Airy club near Philadelphia In the course of the game he drove into a bunker where upon hIs partner heard him exclaim underI long grass the clergyman again ejacu lated Crotonl What do you mean by that word Croton Mr R In quired his partner It sounds like an exorcism No said the reverend gentleman but It expresses my feel tugs exactly How w7 Why It represents tb biggest dam In the wordI childrenthabitual drunk Chicago have won at award i r of 17500 damages from three sasnu i keepers who sold liquor to their fa t ther after having beta warned not to do so It Is to be hoped they will be i t able to collect the Judgments Seven states voted down woman suf frage last year Not one adopted It There Is In New York an association of earnest women who oppose It nod wherever the question is up they are pn band to condemn It More than 30000 balls were used last reason by the baseball teams In na tional agreement leagues but not pnough of them wero knocked over the pen tor field fence to please the public Paul Smozul 105 years old or Spruce Wls chops his own wood goes hunt ing and fishing and is Inclined to bo flirtatious Giddy boyl The agricultural department has be a gun tablctlng tea and may perhaps get around to other beverages In tho I course of timeI11ACalifornia jioultryman says that be has a pints for compelling hens to I lay eggs regularly all the year round This recalls the old saw about the best laid plans of mice and men A Milwaukee doctor says that he once killed a woman to relieve here sufferings That is certainly an effec live method but It is not likely t Increase bis niutlcc t I 1 WHITE HOUSE IVEODING Witnessed by Largest Company Ever Gathered in the Mansion- on a Similar Occasion CEREMONY BRIGHT WITH BEAUTY lllu Alice Lee Roosevelt the Presi dents Daughter Now Wife of Congressman Nicholas Lougwortli The Venerable Right Rev Henry Yates Satterlee Pronounced the Fateful Words Tho Services Simple Beautiful and Im restive Attended With All the Splendor of on Official Function MlM Roosevelt Was the Twelfth Bride According To Accepted Authori ties To Plight Her Troth In tho White House Washington Feb 19 Shortly after Qooo la the beautiful whito und gold east room of the whito houso the ven erable RL Rer Henry Yates Batterleo Ms p of Washington of tho Protest afct EptscopAl church pronounced tho fcfciul words witch united in marrlago MlM AUoo Lee Roosevelt eldest dMshter of the president of the Unit Mate and Nicholas Longworth of Cteoiaatti too representative in con greea from too First district of Ohio 6e ctrctnony the simple boAuU Cut and tmpeeesive rtag service of tho- itfp4ooltal ohuroh waa attended with sit the splendor of a grand official fucottoa and with all the devotional beauty of a cathedral service It was xrttneawd by one of the most brilliant and distinguished asecm t II over gathered in the white Souses by tar the target company which eras gathered In the executive mandon oa a frrnttay occasion A halo of a hundred years of ro mantic white boa history hung over the bridal oouple- MlM Roosevelt vtwu to 12th bride according to accepted authorities to plight her troth within Its classic wall and the identical spot wore ahe joined hands with the husband of her choice is hallowed In the memory of another white house bride beloved Nellie Grant who 33 years ago on EAST Place been scene room that House room being Pros ident Grant as that spot became tho wife of C F Sartoris Gladly did prince and pay tho of they were their tributes the and doubly were they extend them to the dainty bride herself Kings and emperors Joined with the people to Alice Lee girl good had dcaire not only of Miss con cornet but of the and Mra that the should In a manner quiet U should be a family affair This desire disclosed could be Ao finally wedding most function that over took place in house Tho floral wore more than any been the white houae wore Tho of tho corridor were artistic niches were with plants stately palms end treo ferns The two great between the columns tho corridor were planted full flower The wore of purple and pink and tho plants were so In the they formed a living screen Just 12 Inches high Behind this screen was In the vestibule td nt Marine Dand under the of Lieut W H the director of the land A few minutes noon tiers by the mem bare of Her family de scended rosin staircase and under tho escort of several aide entered the cut room by tho main was escorted to ft position on tho left of the which was reserved for the brides family Desig flitted members of tho family his mother and els ters already had taken their places the right of the In der keep a way tho ding party white satin ropes were stretched from each aide of tho main entrance the eat room posts located ten feet wrest of tho and thence around the to points on the east wall Mre Rooms volt which she received her entrance Bho wore a superb sown richly of heavy ed brocade which were figures of MR AND and brown with threads of gold Two or three minutes after the entrance of Mrs the Mr by best man Thomas Nelson ot Boston the main Btnlrcaaa and the east took his place at the foot of the plat form to await the of bride on the stroke of noon MlM escorted by by the elevator to the west ond of the main corridor There them were the select ed by Mr All of thorn are friends and several wero the bridegrooms at Harvard by ushers and the dainty bride resting her hand lightly left arm to east room ROOM OF THE WHITE HOUSE In Which the LongworthRoo evolt Ceremony Took This magnificent room has of many brilliant social tuna tlons over a period of many years since the of tho White House In 1818 It U here the are held anl it is in this several ot previous White have occurred handsomely decorated for those occasions and was this true at Urns of the of the daughter of Is magnificent in proportions as In docoraUoa being 40 by SO feet same an Englishman Algernon potentates homage Saturday to daughter President Roosevelt Glad to extend courteous to presidents daughter glad to for through their personal representatives American In extending Roooevelt the American their heartfelt nriehos been the Roosevelt Who was most president Roosevelt wedding bo celebrated comparatively that it ahortly waa not ratified developed the was tho the white decorations elaborate heretofore have displayed in Flowers everywhere decorations main beautifully The filled decorative Jardinieres along with handsome rhododendrons In blossoms Jardinieres that stationed the magnl personal leadership Santelmann before looscvolt accompanied immediate the miUtarys doorsSho platform bridegrooms Including side platform onI to clear for to to platform platform graciously acknowledged tho on designed creamcolor on blue interlaced Roosevelt bridegroom Longworth accompanied his Perk- Ins descended entering room arrival his Promptly Roosevelt tho president descended awaiting ushers Loagworth longtime personal classmates Preceded tho tho president within his proceeded the the or MAGNIFICENT Marriage the extending rebuilding receptions the weddings the specially the marriage It well It it Imposing arranged orchestra greetings cbestra rendering the magnificent march Tannhausw Mies Roosevelt never looked bettor The oJaslc beauty of her face and figure was accentuated by her GXQuIMte attire and by her surroundings Her bridal dress was a magnificent creation of heavy white satin point lace chiffon filmy tulle and silver brocade The material from which the gown was developed was manufactured es pecially for Miss Roosevelt and tho design was destroyed as soon as the necessary amount of tho material for the dross was made The only Jewels worn by the bride was the superb diamond necklace which was the gift of the brlde room Ovor the left arm RcsMVelt carried a superb show or bouquet of the rarest and daintiest white orchids procurable The deli cate blossoms were arranged In cas code form the stems bring Ued with white chiffon satin ribbon with long bow The ushers who wore in oouplos separated as they reached the plat form Mid the president passed through two lines xnd presented his daughter to the walUng bridtcroom who stepped forward to receive her Together thoy ascended to platform where Bishop Satterlce In the imposing robes of his office already was stand ing In low yet resonant tones DIsh op Batteries began At the end of tho responses from the bride and bridegroom the venerable bishop Inquired in a tone that filled the great room Who glvcth this woman to be married to this mant The president of the United States ascended the platform and taking his daughters right hand placed it in that of the bridegroom Thus he gave the bride away to the man of her choice and by the ring which an Instant later the bride groom placed on tho fourth finger ol her left ahe became Mrs Nlch otas Longworth- At the end of the wedding ceremony the assembled guests wore received by Mr and Mrs Longworth on the platform and beneath tho floral bower whore their hands and hearts were Joined forever They were showered with congratulations The guests then wore resolved in the blue room by the President and Mrs Roosevelt After the Informal receptions tho bridal breakfast was served In bullet form in tho Mate and private dining rooms- Approximately 1000 guests were in vited to the wedding but no list ot the glteMs was furnished for publics tion the President and Mrs Roosevelt departing on this occasion from their usual custom Those invited Included certain official classes aside from the relatives of tho Roosevelt and IonI MRS NICHOLAS LONGWORTH presidents from Miss hand worth families It was announced offi cially that the list of guest Included the members of the cabinet and their wives former members ot tho cabinet who are now In the United States and their wives the heads of foreign em bassies and missions and their wives the Justices of the supreme court and their wives the official members of tho Taft Philippine party tho Ohio delegation In eongrefi the New York delegation in congress immediate members of both families and the per sonal friends of tiles Roosevelt and Mr Longworth Few brides not ot cocalled royal birth ever have been the recipients of so many and web valuable gifts as were received by Miss Roosevelt For weeks these tributes of love and alter lion have been pouring into the white house The bride and the Members of her family were almost overwhelm ed by the number and character of the presents It was not that they wre to valuable Intrinsically although in the aggregate they represent a great sum but it was the spirit which aal mated the rows whlok Jedstrongly to Miss Roosevelt Many of the presents wero acoompwrted by oral or written exprasBkras of thy deep aad sincere regard In which the bride is held by persoM ot all classes not only in her own country but throughout the world The gifts numbered nearly asp thousand and it II known that all have not yet arrived The display consists principally of Jewelry and rare brtcebrmc There are necklaces brooches rings bracelets fans of unique design clocks watohes vases loving oups punch bowie pictures rare laoM exquisite silks and embroideries from the Ori ent delicate carvings in ivory and the preoioui metals handsome rugs and tapestries most of them manufactured from special designs and ovory other gift which possibly could make glad the heart of a bride Tho gift of Mr Lonfworth to his brldo was a necklace of selected dia monds perfectly matched the stones being beautifully mounted Ttete probably wee Intrinsically the roost valua ble gift received by Miss Roo tvolt Mr fljid Mrs Nicholas Longworth left tho white howe by the south en trance entered n large automobile and were drives rapidly away They went to Friendship tho country residence of John R McLean of Qnolannli on tho ToanMlytown road which Is io acted about six miles from Washing ton As they entered the automobile In waiting they were skewered with rice by Ethel and tho other children Tho President Mm Roosevelt Mrs Capt Cowlos and the other members BIBHOP H Y SATTERLEE Who Performs the IiongworthBoosa velt Marriage Ceremony of the family stood on the stops of the white homo and waved them out of sight An old shoo was thrown at thorn by one of the ushers and fall on top of tho automobile It was there when the machine was last soon e j1 n T l u Anial runapol1utinuDit11ttt ktrp Dy DR ALEXANDER GRAHAM DELL The world immeasurably nearer to tile solving of the riddle of aerial navigation Until recently it was called a problem of the future now it i a problem of the putfor it has been solved The solution has beer proven beyond quibble and the only task still to be done is in the way of perfecting the method by which this result has been brought about mud that is only a matter of brief time We arc in the midst of a period of climax and on the eve of a great revelation The perfected flying machine will come into being complete and ready for immediate tile as Minerva sprang full anoplied into the arena And this is due to a well defined cause The developed lying machine will prove a mighty engine of war Such will be IIworth for tint purpose that to nation that now he lieves itself dependent upon its armed strength dare be without its potency This will cause a worldwide influence to accelerate the completion of the machines which have already thrown oil their wad tiling clothes Only recently a striking illustration of the truth of this was shown in the action of Prance In acquiring the Wright brother machineThe world today though to a lesser degree than prevailed some years ago is divided into two camps so far as mans aerial flight is concerned the one which believes in balloons wherein the vehicle is lighter than air nod the second which holds to the belief In flying machines which arc heavier than the air The question is solely one of dirigibility The first class in itself excepting with some slight qualifications is impossible to steer the second presents no difficulties on that score and tins only the already solved questions of stability and propulsion to counteract So prominent an aeronaut as SantosDumont lied dcvote Lthe greater part of his efforts to the construction of balloons rather than the making of an airship but ins a matter of congratulation that within the last few years he has abandoned the former for the latter and is now interested in a heavierthanair apparatus Here in this country there are anmnbcr of turn all working toward the same objective although an lines that are differentiated from one another Such has lint the progress that it needs no en thusiast to declare that the time for promises has passed and that the period of performance is close very clow at hand Mr Herrinjr declares that within a few years airships will be in u general use in this country as automobiles were when they were first introduced and 1 have not the slightest doabt that this is true I c tiinttitL tlxZ jll1t1tg LmIUtt nit tIr 3ff rUt By HON PRANK GERRETT M t icUutt state seatrI farmer has late years lurnl a corner to things Maehimry perhaps rioter have largely caused the farmers work Ir shard than formerly The young farmer to day realties that if Je puts thought into his work he will not he compelled to grind from sunrise to sunset for a mere living Intensive farming is hotter than the old method in many cases when there was too large a farm The young man realise that il he buys a farm at present prices there U likely to he an increase in setting value instead of the great decrease which followed the changed conditions of 1872 and a fcw years later Transportation facilities have greatly improved The rural free delivery brings the daily weekly slid trade papers to our doors a few hours after they are published newspapers arc one ol the greatest factors in our present life We get the news of the world a few hours after it heroines news This is vastly different from tin old tune when many farmers took no papers others only had a weekly and now then there was n division of the subscription rates and the paper dill not reach sonic of the farmers uniil it was nearly a fortnight old The right kind of farmer is now keeping up with the procession and the young men know Longer life better Iicnllh more real contentment n knowledge that those can be found more truly on the farm for the average person than in the great and crowded centersthese and other reasons are wily we have turned the corner and why in future wr more young mcn will remain I on till farm IDlp of Wrltt iUir11J11 By REV A II STEPHENS PretbyterUn 1reiclier TIM been ofI to The itItArqirinntmti Possibly our stand ards of success are mfr Jut always correct Tin usual standard Incas itre riches simply Im material accumulations There are things look like true thatjthat arc deceptive mind has so long been accustomed to think that money only constitutes riches that it is dif ficult to thiqk otherwise After all we can sleep in but one bed at a time we can eat hut one meal at a time we can wear but one suit nt a time and in the enl we can lie in but one grave There are riches hidden true and real that we sometimes overlook in our mad rush for riches which are deceptive The riches of culture are possible to the humblest The en richment of mind through the printed page association with the wisest the purest and best of earth is tlc inheritance of everyoffice boy and working girl who will claim it This wealth lifts life above the small twaddle and elevates and ennobles and beautifies it The riches of refinement and culture of gentle mien and high bearing are produced only by the most studious effort but are within the reachof all arc worth the effort of all The riches of good thoughts should be carefully laid up day by day for as a man thinketh in his heart so is he and this wealth will stand him well in handin many a trying moment during panics among smaller men That man is richest whose heart ls purest whose motives are noblest whose life is on the high plane of honest unselfish purpose man accumu laces a capital that lives and produces after he is gone for his works do follow him tfkoaaE WABHOTOTOW WASHINGTONS BIBTIXDAT Wben Cod of old this orb lad made And ralsod the earth tram out the sea Dt itpnte thou th Almighty laid A land of Hope and Liberty Lt mountain range and prairie wide Iloll oer thy face In maJ orFrom snow oappd bill to fifing tide ofbettyenetFrom bondage chains forever tree And guided by Omniscient land let fly the sag of Liberty Let truth abound and virtue Nip And strife and wrong thy berders fie To Cod your Father raise the Strain And clog the Song of Liberty In future years thalt thou arise Unique In earthly reoerdebe Let iladaeme paean leave the sklec All halll lint San of Liberty Rev V P Durty In tams horn BURIAL OF WASHINGTON Detroit Woman nu Paper Contain- Ing Account Published at tho Tim loin Martha Shipper of Detroit Is the fortunate potietaor of an Interns Ing rolta of bygone days In the shape of an lime of the Ulster County Oa sotte puMtolMd at Kingston N Yt and bearing the date of Saturday Jar uary 4 1801 Tho paper is a curl claylInportloa of the lira U taken up with an aoteunt of the death and funeral of Oaorgo WMiUagteo the eeluani Mac lnda d In heavy obituary rule i god the story written In the elevated angMce of tlse period The account of Washingtons burial reads as fol lows WASHINGTON BNTOMBKD George Town Dec 20 On Wednesday last the mortal part ot Washington the Great the Father of his country and tho Friend of man was consigned to the tomb with sol limn honors and funeral pomp A multitude of persons assembled from many miles round at Mount Vernon tho choice abode and lost residence of tho Illustrious chief There were tho groves the spacious avenues the beautiful and sublime Bcenos the noble mansion but alas tho august Inhabitant was now no more That great soul was gone Jlls mortal part waa there Indeed bu ab how affecting how awful th spectacle of sueh worth and greatness thus to mortar eyes fallen Veal fallen fallen In tbo long and lofty Porti whero oft the Hero walked In all glory now lay the shrouded corps- rho countenance still composed serene seemed to depress ate tha dignity of the spirit which lately dwelt In that lifeless form There those who paid the last sad honors the benefactor of his country too an Impreeatvoa farewell view On the ornament at the head the coffin was Inscribed Surge a Judjolum about tho middle of th coma Gloria Deoand on the allvo plateCIiNIRAT ciHonaK WASHINGTON Departed thta life on the nth December 1ISJ Aet F- ADetroit Free Press Could Not Tell a Lie Touristyou say you saw Wash ington at Valloy Forge Old Necro Well Iw kalnt zactlr say Iso iwwd him forge but I seed him at do valley nab Tourist I suppose you held him when ho was a baby Old NogroNo lab I kalnt tole a tie Youso see gab Gogo Washing tutu wasnt bohn donN Y Herald Ills Answer Washington was asked why he had cut down the cherry tree Docnuse ho replied Andrew Jackson Is going to monopolize the hlciory Thus with precocious foresight did he lay the foundation of his career Judge All Sslute His Memory On visiting ML Vernon recently es the boat drew near the landing several guns work fired Asked tho reason tho captain said that no ves ael passed by Washingtons home no matter under what flag It sailed wit nut extending to his memory this ia lute WASHINGTON AN ATHLETE History Shows That Father of Oar Country Was Fond of All Kinds of Sports When Washington was commander In chief of the army on one occasion be went to tbo quarters of Col Timothy Pickering who bad a negro serv ant named Primus lie found the colonel absent but to Primus ape y ogy replied greateat help me to get some before your mas ter returns Under Washingtons direction the negro tied a rope to a neighboring tree breast high Primus was or dered to stand at some distance and hold it horizontally extended Wash ington ran forward and backward for some time Jumping over the rope as ho came and went until he was sat 1e fled with bit exercise Ho learned fencing when quite young His teacher was an old sol diet who had seen service In tho mules HU stonethrowing teats across the Rappahannoek over tbo Palisades and to the top of the Nat ural Drldge In Virginia are mentioned by all bte biographers Gen Washington was a splend horseman There was no animal I could set master and be never lost his seat in the saddle Fox bunting was one of his favorite amusements and at the meet few of his friends or neighbors were hotter mounted than he He usually rode a large fiery animal of great endurance called Dluaekln The names ot some of his other horses were Chlnkllng Val meat AJax and Magnolia The names of some of his hunting dogs wore Vulcan Illngwood Singer Truelove Music Sweetllpa Forester and Rock noed During the season be hunted two or three times a week His pleasure was not tho find but the hunt for ho admits In his diary that the foxes nearly always escaped but tbo main end In view excitement and recreation had been achieved A VISITORS IMPRESSION French Noblemans Memoirs of Val Washingtonv A young Frenchman Chevalier AmericaN to revolutlosdescriptiondare Soon I came in sight of camp whoro It lay In a rather straggling axkmy t U adpiaflgurod as n camp like the great Eu to cobsdr9 overeurw I was bitterly disappointed tall or that I saw when I entered were a tow militiamen dressed In all sorts of ways and most of them without shoos They seemed to be very poor armedOn my way to tho headquarters of Gen LA Foyette to whom I boro 1t- ters of Introduction I saw aoldle reIxed wearing woolen nightcaps under their hats while others wore rough cheap woolen blankets Instead of overcoats I found out afterward that these wore the officers Even some of the generals won these blankets Later when La Fayetto had made the young volunteer his aidedecampI ho was presented to Washington and ho describes him thus Ills appearance alone gave con fltlcnco to the timid and Imposed re spect on the bold He looped just as- a man born to command should look be was very tall had a noble face a gentle glance exquisite courtesy ot language and perfect simplicity 01 motion and expression His firm wonderfully sedate bearing harmonized exactly with his appearance All the generals around him bowed to him as much from liking and respect m from duty Amid all tbt trials of the war under fortune e revha enUIn ITHE BOYCOTT IN CHINA Channels Used to Advertise the Movement Against For alga Devils exIThe chief agency employed In the tension of tno boycott agitation was naturally publicity writes Thomas F Millard In Scrlbners Several channels wore used newspapers placards and cartoons being tho principal ones In tho course of several months hundreds of thousands of placards pamphlets and pictorial caricatures were circulated throughout tbo empire I have seen a largo number of these publications Some were amusing some Interesting and some alarming Tho cartoons usually represented a Chinese being mal treated by n white man presumably an American although no particular pains was taken to preserve national Went ties in many of them How these posters wore circulated was at first hard to discover Naturally the provincial and local officials wore anxious to keep their skirts clear tearing retribution In somo form and pretended to and In many Instances did prevent tho dirtrl button of boycott circulars and car toons hut a convenient agency was foundWithin tbo last tow years thousands nt Japanese many of them Buddhist priests bave gone to China and aro now scattered to the remotest parts of the country where other foreigners are Be- ldam 1f ever soon Some estimates place the number of these Japanese now In China as high oa 60000 though tbli Improbably a more guess However Kit certain that tbousands ot Japanese tradesmen and commercial agents have settled In various remote parts of the empire adopting tho life of the people and often their dress Since other for signore aro not permitted to live or en gage In business outside the treaty ports It will bo perceived that considerable present and prospective commercial ad vantage promises to accrue through Jythis condition which will not be she nations Dismissing this of the matter there Is good reason to believe that thoio Japanese wore instru mental In furthering the circulation ol the boycott propaganda In fact Instances wlrerotLeydidaosroposltt ly known As time passed and reports of tb spread of tbe movement In tbo Interior Degas to reach tho foreign population centers It became known that many ol tho placards and cartoons circulating outHldo tho established sphere of foreign contact were of an absolutely Incendlarj character couched In tho samo general nntlforelgn spirit that tho haze movement took root In WAS NOT TO BE CAUGHT yoIWlt an Expert in Repartee i r Of a certain lojal Gontloman aota Alt for his diplomacy and roady wit It it related that he has a remarkable mlto ont for Ingenuities ot speech On one occasion ha was taken to task by a Puritanical old lady who com plalned that In recommending a wom an for a situation tbe lawyer had men daciously stated that the candidate waioa under 26 No no Mrs Blank corrected the diplomatist I didnt say she was tt der 25 I said she Has not 25 and s isnt Shes 27 In another case a friend expressed opinion that the lawyer had valued fofbetoo extravagantly some little C4 rendered to him by a third person QratltudVs a good thing said the critical one but surely Its going a tlo too far to toll n man who docs yo good turn that money wont pay him t what hes done for you Perfectly true responded the dipl mntlBt smiling wickedly It wont geniide when ho was tthown by an specimenoflawyer declared that ho was tho fine example ho had ever rein for which blushing statement he was reproved his cotta culprtttI had overseen His quite true for I have never soon any other EyesightniarThere is n controversy In Engle red between the doctors and the apttcln who have been Increasing their refsa tific equipment Had prescribing at much lower price than tho oculls Jywhlly general practitioners as a ru Itttlo about optics and tho pr scription of glasses It Is a cotta thing that there has been no organ crusade by tho profession against allowing the public to select Its own spectacles from tho exposed stock at has boon Iho practice soar since glasses camo Into use In tho seventeenth con tury though this is obviously more iu Jurlous nut now that tho opticians have undertaken to prescribe the doctors want that forbidden by act of par llnracnt leaving tbo public free as be fore to chose Its own spectacles The opticians have prepared a counter bill providing for opticians diplomas bo awarded by a central council of t whole trade Springfield Mass Ro publican 1Not Appeased Seeing that ho had In some way tended the girl he wanted to ma goodDidnt Greco cut a sorry figure at the ball last night be asked She didnt like Grace and he know It I didnt notice replied the girl Inn rjuldly Why did she cut leap Soon after he went home Phlladel phla Ledger AFRICA WANTS OUR GOODS Great Opportunities There for Elec- trIcal Engineers and Con tractors regardingAmencan nished by Consul Snodgross of Pro saysOne of the empire admits that while England monopolizes so largo a abate of the Imports it is equally true that AmerI- can patterns are increasingly In do demand Largo quantities of surplus military equipment were thrown on the market American saddlery firms have dono a largo business by exchanging now saddles for the old ones the buyers paying the difference in value Webb harness Is another lino Americans are getting on the market The British themselves admit that al though the general demand Is for the English model those from the United States are growing In favor and on the whole are of superior quality To checkmate this growth In tho sale of British and American saddlery the Capo legislature desires to raise tho duty at ten per cent ad valorem to 25 per cent but the British makers strenuously object Mr Snodgrass thinks that the largo saddles used la tho American far west might become very popular among the Boers and colonists In electrical apparatus and supplies of all kinds the consul believes that Americans have agodcbance although British makes havo by tar tho best at it at present He considers Africa both north and south an Important customer for electrical goods Tho Sudan government Is likely to institute an extensive electric tram way system Into Khartoum Their preference is for the storage battery system For years Egypt will be ordering electrical goods British fan tortes consider tbe business all their ofAmer3is realized In South Africa especially in the Transvaal the demands on electrical snoretroduction of Chinese labor are run stag as never bolero Electrical hoists are being Installed In nearly all the mines electric elevators are being placed in many Johannesburg build ings Pretoria a city of 30000 has a threw mile horse car lino which the town council Is about changing to a 20 mlle trolley line Hare says tno consul Is a contract which Americans should bo after They have a good chance as the dominant Dutch element will not be reconciled to England UuslnessYwho are on the ground and own the country but the American energy which captured the mining machinery trade on the Rand even under Brit lib rule ought to be able successfully enter this great electrical field As to freights n Johannesburg im porter states that he can secure his goods cheaper by purchasing in the eastern states paying railroad freights to a Canadian port and there loading a subsidized steamer flying the flag of Great Britain than by shipping direct from New York Preserveshl islandshrused as preserves for the breeding and nesting of birds FourTrack News Sendsuscientist 01slept tour months without a bed on hisowas RuccellS- He occupied his time In studying the insects and rojiUles of the desert itNovi Burglar Alarm sesthabit ot leaving his wooden log bwiije leercausing him to yell and be caught MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Feb IT CATTLEFair to fowl ll i 4 5 lb frorHOGS Choice packers G 7 ft G r reneeLatll4Itztm V 7 IS FLOUnSprlnic patent 4 en H 4l miltee3l0HAJlLKVNo 8 Oa III ra 15alATir Prlmo steam 110 l W D 18 HAPPIIPOTATOESPer bush rI 70 q 0081dCHICAGO 1400WH i ttYkNn 2 quotort t fA POnK Mesi prime 15 U 015 30 IiARD Prime steam 77S 0777 NEW YORK FIXJUn Winter patent 400 O 4 40 enCOHNNoSS3IttFNeaternt116ffiLARDPtlmoBALTIMORE TVHEATNo 2 red 1606 dJtik0LOUISVILLE WHEATNO 2 red O tillFORAfeoLAUD Steam 7lA INDIANAPOLIS WHEATNO 2 rod M f2iI J Berea CollegeFOUNDED 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Ovor 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS w APPLIED SCIENCETwo years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies TRADE SCHOOLS Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years 10IACADEMY COURSESFour years fitting for College for business and for life COLLEGE COURSESLiterary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaureate degrees MUSICChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks may be brought within 2950 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 52415 Fall term opened September 13 Winter term opened January 3and Spring term will open March 21 Congregationalista For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky e GG I RICHMOND GREENHOUSES I Phone 188 Richmond Ky SK l CUT FLOWERS f DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS W r 40+o+od o+o+Od o+o+o o +o+o +o +o +od o Fod ad o +od od o +od o+odoo THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON oJ o opiocoao FURNITURE CARPET or MATTINGITake a Look Through csupply1IFITS FROM US ITS GOOD + Now Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sowing Machines 9 S 25 W and W35 worth 550 5130 and 65 S1 + CRTJTCHER EVANS toloplloeOld Steed Richmond Sr Day Phone 73 Hlght Phone fl G5uo+o+o +o+o+o+o+oo +od o +n+o +od o +o+o+o+o+o+ood o +o+o+o+ Carriage Satisfaction Here Buggies PhaetonsRunabouts Surries Traps Durable Graceful useful Comfortable1Stylish bodyfinishcarriages invariably give thanNOWWe repaint repair and retire Got our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C P HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky L Madison County Roller Mills tFid dd IFeF9 Manufacturers Fancy Roller Floor Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be bard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another EzcellMt Plane0 EtIMIlt1t1tN Potts Duerson TUta Suite Ky n J a5TABL18HrD IN 878 3 H Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths iThreputation of W I Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear I known throughout the world They hue to glre better satisfaction than 1othermakes because the standard has always been placed so high that tM wear I Ms expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere rj JWecarry a full line and can insure a perfect I inspection Inv- itedCOYLE j f I HAYESi BEREA KENTUCKY rI Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES LLLLLJr1I11111111111111111l111111-i Old Glory is flying today before at least one home in Berea M J Gabbard was in Bell county last week visiting a sister I Mr William Sexton is suffering again with his foot Mr Jason Sexton visited home folks in Berea last Saturday and Sun dayThe Automatic Electric Telephone Company that recently establishedan exchange for the College has arrang ed one in Columbus Ohio with 8000 lines The company reports a very prosperous and growing business Mr H C Combs left on Friday last to resume his work for the Chi cago Crayon Company He is beat ed for a time at Maysville Owing to misinformation the Citi zen lost week reported the building which is to be erected by the new firm ofHorton Spencer as at Har rowgate Tenu The building is a Carnegie Library and it is to be erect ed for the Lincoln Memorial Univer city at Cumberland Gap Tenn Both tho University and the new firm are t to be congratulated Mr Stephens is having some fine None walks laid about his house on Chestnut street Such homo builders as Mr Stephens are good citizens to have in a town The courts have been busy lately looking after tho manners aud mora ale of Berea Judge Gay is holding court at quite regular intervals at his- sad of the town looking after the boys who drink and gamble and Justice Wilson had a batch on hand tn the court room over the Citizen office Monday As nothing is to be gained thereby we dt not publish names but tha time will come un less there is a reform- A representative of a company de sirous of erecting a canning factory for a local company is in town There is no reason why such a factory should not be located here In other places such factories are doing good business G W Reynolds the express man has just bought a freight wagon of J S Gott and hereafter he will be prepared for heavy freighting Miss Ethel Putnam was quite ill last Tuesday but recovered so that she sang at the Band concert Wed needay night L E Tupper will preach next Sun day morning at the Congregational church Mr Kitchen goes to his ap pointment at Pine Grove At night Ur Tupper will go to Narrow Gap Dr Switzer has been thinking of I going to Montrose Fayette county to engage in railroad service there 1 Conditions are such however that he will not go at least for the present We would be sorry to miss the Doc I tors genial presence from our midst Mr Thomson will leave next Mon I day morning for Napiervillo Ills where he will give two lectures on Missionary work in the Mountains before Northwestern College After ward he will visit hit people in Ohio i H A The article on Schools by Profes sor Dinsmore was crowded over from last week The likelihood seems now to be that there will be two schools one at Richmond The attention of school men is now centered upon the I new school bill that has been introduced into the Assembly- In connection with the lecture course it is suggested that the Col lege authorities put up placards on the posts of tho Chapel conveying the information that in good society it is- not considered proper for young men to place their feet over the backs of the seats in front of them on public occasions It might not be out of place to suggest also that those who cannot keep awake after the hens go to roost should stay at home nights hereafter until they grow up The story Under the Red Robe now running in the Citizen is laid in the time of Cardinal Richelieu and Louis XIII a time when the fortunes of France were at a low ebb but were being built up by the Cardinal Statesman The Red Robe has re ference to the Cardinal himself as the latter as a Cardinal was ordinarially dressed in the robe characteristic of his position in the church The hero Is one of the landless lesser nobility with whom France was then with the fantastic notions of filledI characteristic of the decline feudal system It would be a pro fitable study for those reading the story to look up the work of Richlieu and note its bearing upon the history of tho New world Cyclone South The increased attendance at the Lyceum Lecture on Tuesday night showed that there has been much curiosity regarding the welladver used lecture If I were the Devil Dr Southers who likes to be known as the Florida Cracker certainly succeeded in catching and holding the attention of his audience Array ed in tho conventional garb of Mephistopheles no more grotesque fig ure ever appeared on a Berea plat form As agile as a cat though fifty seven years of age ho assumed a series of attitudes as striking as they were numerous There will be some ready to ques tion the wisdom of appearing before an audience in what they consider outlandish garb But all who heard Dr Southers will agree that he paint ed the foibles of humanity such as hypocrisy avarice inebriety and im purity in vivid colors His lecture was punctuated with sallies of wit andcrisp epigrams Professor Dodge certainly has succeeded in securing for Berea a lecture that is talked about If Professor Stowes mono logue The Rivals March 12th comes up to expectations the Lyceum Course of 1000 will be assured of successFor Ladies Furnishing Goods call at the New Cash Store thoy have a full line of uptodate Goods I II I I I II I I I I I I H I I I II I I I II I i College Items HERE AND THERE I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I On last Saturday a hotly contested game of basketball was played in the gymnasium Much interest was shown because the game was played between Ohio and Kentucky boys The score was 14 to 27 in favor of the Kentuckians The lecture entitled Worn I the Devil given by Professor Edwin Southers in the Chapel Tuesday night was a grand success The lecturers costume was a fair repetition of Old Nickas mortals see him His address was pointed and well suited to the occasion- The Boren College Band gave a concert Wednesday evening in the Now Chapel There was a large audience present and it was tho opin ion of all that it was the most de lightful entertainment over given by tho band Washingtons birthday was eels brated in Berea by suspending all j classes in the college excepting the first two morning periods Speeches appropriate to the occasion were made in the Now Chapel by Profes sore Dinsmore and Marsh There were also some social events Humors of the Student Excursion are in the air Loot years excursion was such a success that much interest is manifested in this one Thirty were immersed at the Now Chapel last Sunday and six were baptized by sprinkling Others are expectedsoon The new baptistry is a great help Plans are being made to have screens from tho doors into the hall to the platform to form a private way for candidates for bap tism hereafter The College has purchased a two thousandpound steel alloy bell of the Blymer Boll Company which will soon be placed in tho Chapel The old bell was purchased from this cOmpany and they allowed tho full purchase price of the old bell toward the new one This will not binder the College from having chimes when ever some generous soul is moved to present them Several more automatic telephones are to be added to the exchange at the College connecting with the homes of members of the faculty- A lady in the east has promised to give 8000 to complete the east end of the woodworking building The addition will be three stories high to harmonize with the other building Tho printing office and the Citizeu willoccupy the first floor The Ariel Quartette will be at Lexington over Sunday to sing at the Y M C A Convention now in sea sion there Ernest Hays went home sick last week He has not yet returned Professor Ernest Dodge is assistant professor of Greek in the Brooklyn High School This is one of the largest and best high schools in tho country and a position in it is as permanent as a position in a college and is held as preferable by many The building cost 000000 Profes sor Dodge is said to have passed the best examination in Greek ever passed by a candidate in that subject in the history of the school His salary for the first year is 1520 Silas W Lewis of Harlau county visited his brother Cam Lewis last week Cam has been in school in Berea for two years and if be stays here till the end of the year he will have been away from home for thirty months He stays over the vacations to work for the College Mrs Henry Penniman and her daughter Grace spent Saturday Sunday and Monday as the guests of President and Mrs Frost Mrs H M Penniman and daugh ter of Norwood 0 visited Boron last Sunday They go this week to join Mr Penniman in Boston where they willremain for the rest of the winterRev W H Baker a graduate of the College from Wallacetou writes from Rootstown Ohio where ho In pastor of the Congregational Church We are delightfully located among a fine appreciative active people Quite a sensation was created in Berea this week by tho rumor that a decision had been handed down by the Court of Appeals in favor of the contention of the College in the Col lege case No such decision has been given and when it is given it will probably not settle the matter Very case will have to go before tho United States Supreme Court Tho lady friends of Phi Delta Lit erary Society on last Saturday even ing gave a party in honor of Misses Hunt Hudson and Welch winners of the annual dabato between tho two college societies Refreshments were served including cako and ice cream of the Phi Delta colors Tho most Interesting event of tho evening was a plan originated by the ladies in which three strings were wrapped around different objects In the room I I The debating team was told to follow these until they came to tho other ends Then thoy found three beaut iful souvenirs having on their LOver leaves the photographs of tho debat ing team and inside wore their speechesMr Mrs Collins of the State of Washington were visitors of the College Tuesday Messrs Osborno and Hudson con ducted services at Narrow Gap last Sunday night Good reports come to us from all tho Sunday schools conducted by our students in tho surrounding country Mr and Mrs Collins of the state of Washington wore visitors of she College Tuesday Mrs II M Peuniman and daugh for of Cincinnati visited Boroa over Sunday They go this week to join Mr Ponuiman in Boston where they willremain or tho rest of the winter Allot tho Model Schools celebrated Lincolns and Washingtons birthdays with appropriate exorcises Tho Model School recently received a present of one hundred boxes of water colors with brushes and a sup ply of water color paper The following delegates from Heron are now in attendance at tho Y M C A Convention being held in Lex- Ington the Ariel Quartette composed of Mr Ralph Rigby Will C Gamble George G Dick and Tbbs II Horton Dr Hubbell Charles Learning Verne HarryMillerAlfred Meese C W Fulkorsou Ralph Patin R M Wheat Rolla Hoffman Roy Eastman Herman Frenger Abner Stilwell John Flanery Claude Townscnd George Anderson H H Fellmy Fred Hitter John Henry and Claydo Short The dinning Couipnnj There seems now to bo a likelihood of the establishment ofa cannery in Boren Plans for a building and equipment costing 7050 have been submitted and stock to the amount of 2GOO has been taken The plan is to conduct a canning business especialattention being given to canning tomatoes The capacity of the cannery as proposed is two car loads a day Twentyfour cents a bushel will be offered for tomatoes it is said and contracts will be made with farmers calling for certain areas of tomato planting If tho plans mature as seems likely from tho present outlook the new enterprise will prove a source of definite money income to the farmers in the vicinity as well an a great help to tho town Sot In Krnturky The following clipping from the CourierJournal seems to the editor very timely in consideration of the growing tendency of some of tho loafers on the sidewalks andstreet corners to stare and make remarks as ladies pass along the street To the Hdttor of The CourierJournal While returning from church Sun day In a Secondstreet car an incident happened which pleased mo very much and which will I think please others Two ladies got on the car but the seats were nil occupied when two young men immediately arose and offered them their places The ladies begged them to keep their seats as they had only a short dis lance to go Tho answer of one of the young men was prompt and decided Not in Kentucky This answer of the young man seemed to glorify that car made me feel that Kentucky had much to bo proud of In such sons and much to hope for if many of our young men wero actuated in their daily conduct by such deference to the sex Say what you please on the subject such conduct indicates in herent nobility in tho man and in every land under the sun makes the woman better and through them elevates and ennobles the whole jwo plo What aro the Letters Patent of a King compared to the loiters of living light implanted in the heart by the Almighty Himself T Let Not in Kentucky become a byword among our young men when anything is suggested not up to the full standard of excellency and like My Old Kentucky Homo it will take root in the hearts of the people of the whole country and shod untold honor on our State Not in Ken tucky is still sounding in my ears like the refreshing breeze of a sum mer morning It has taken root in my heart and there remains among the most beautiful memories of my life May this chance expression in dicating the noblest phase of Stato prido and character be to many what it has been to me Not in Kentucky more precious than the golden apples of the in the of the HesperidesIWILLIAM F WOOD TO CURE A COLD IN ONE HAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets DruKgltU refund money If it fAlLe to cure K W OROVUa signature U on each box Jjc FOR SALE A few god Jacks Will soil or exchange for other property J W I HERNDON 3 miles from Beroa on the Richmond Pike I H THE BEST Olive Oil for Salads Or any other use in making good things to cat or in medicine is our Duffle DOlive ARTIER FILS It is absolutely pure Virgin Olive Oil from the finest olives grown in that famed South of Europe olive district Try it yourself Ask for the imported The Porter Drug Co fiXCOUrOBATKD ++oo+o+o+o+o+o+ 0o+o+o +o4o+o+o+o+o 0 0+o+ 10 I At the UptoDate Grocery i i YOU CAN BUY= o i h SugaratOI tYoucan always find a fins lot of fruit and tho lest of t everything that spot cash will buy Prompt delivery I all- Ot keep hay and mull feedtIwD LOGSDON Prop t 0t 0400oo+o+o+oo+oo o+o+o +o+o+o+oo+o0+0000+ I 9 9 J6 7779 3 Furniture is a Necessity t You must have it to make your home or room look and feel fa for the Winter There comCortableIk time to buy than now the things you need i ing room and Parlor Furniture DinIroom Suites Desks Carpets j Shades Pictures etc 0 ft LOUIS 0 LESTER INext to the Mill Chestnut Ave Phone 9- 3CaEEEEEvfIII Jeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeooaoaoeoeoeoeoaoeo o 0 0 o t I 0- o 4 0 o Q i Our Motto i 0 o- o o 0 o 0- i fQ Gl u aI t tNot low prices is our inducement go Any body can sell cheap goods but everybody o w cannot sell good goods cheap We offer a S S superior line of seasonable goods at our uni 0 formly low prices Call at o o 0- i ii The New Cash Store I RIIODUS GREEN CO PROPRIETORS o o i 0 Ieoo 0 cio 91010100000101o 0 100 o ooooooooa 0Ya o1 I I NEWS FROM ALL OVER THE WORlD Happenings of Interest Gathered and Condensed For Ufo Busy Reader SUMMARY OF IMPORTANT EVENTS What Is Transpiring at the Capital- of the Nation Together With Ex 1cltlna Events Occurring In Foreign Countries Congressional Brief The eenato by a vote of 38 to 27 passed the shipping subsidy bill As pauod it establishes 13 now contract tntll lines and increases the mibven rontlon to the oceanic tines running from tho Pacific coast to Australia Senator DillIngham chairman ot the a senate committee on Immigration Wednesday introduced a bill making a number of changes in tho Immigration laws Many additional undesirable aliens are excluded from these shores The senate committee on commerce agreed to make a favorable report on i hilt providing that motor boats shall bo licensed under tho regulations ot tho steamboat inspection service Representative Richardson Ala ntroducod an amended bill to authorI- ze the erection ot dance and power on tho Tennessee river at Mussel Shoals Ala in accordance with the suggestion of Secretary Taft A favorable report was made by tho house committee on railways and ca salt on tho Dalzoll bill to Incorporate the Lake Erie and Ohio Ship Canal 00 to build a canal to connect the Ohio river at Plttsburg with Lake ErIe at Ashtabulo O Tho house committee on merchant marine and fjshorioa decided to report favorably on a bill appropriating fGO KM for m biological station on the Gulf rtMexicoOn 15th the house passed the alii to Increase to 30000 a year the federal appropriation to each state and territory for tho support of agricul rural experiment stations and a bill eposling the present law granting American regUter to foreign ships wrecked and received on the Ameri can coast In the discretion of the eeo retary of the department of commerce end labor and requiring a speotal act of congress to grant such register Miscellaneous Item Thirtyeight thoncand men of the regular army are to be mobilized at Manila for servtee in China in case of ma uprising against foreigners in the eneleet empire There Is also activity In Uw wiry department Cuban gratitude American cordial ity and offldnl dignity marked thu crtooroUon of the unveiling of the nionuwont at st Oaney Cube in hon or of the Americans who tout their lives during the siege ot Santiago ReoomMomlattens that legal pro readings be Instituted to recover cam paign contributions mode by tho Now York Life Insurance Co wero submit ted to the trustees ot that company by the special investigating commit teeAlexander loglor 22 Hoboken N J was trod and locked up charg ed with tho murder of his brother Carl In a boarding house there last DecemberThomas C Roberts 06 a native of Tennessee and a pioneer business man of St Joseph Mo dropped dead of apoplexyThe States cruiser Tacoma arrived at Naples from Genoa The rest of tho cruiser squadron command ed by Rr Adm Blcsbeo oonirtatlaf of the Brooklyn flagship ChaKanooia and Galveston reached thorn later Ton Ponca Indians arrived la Washington for the purpose of presenting Congressman Lonworth with a but falo skin vest as a wedding present H Stantx proprietor of the Pacific hotel Pomona Cal WM shot In the MOCK and mortally wounded by his young wits who uaed a revolver Mrs Stanti was wrested and la now In jail Stantx and his wife wont there 1 a tow months ago from Canton O Midshipman Webster A Capron of Ft Slyer Vo a member of tho fourth class at tho naval academy has rot algnod He has secured an appoint meat and will be admitted to shoeless below on passing tho physical exami nationTho Dark Tobacco Growers association of Kentucky Tennessee and Vir ginia wee formed at Lynchburg Va representatives from tho throe state associations meeting together Vice presidents are to be selected from each state The French foreign office continues to take an optimistic view of the re tilt of the conference at Algoclraa but this is coupled with tho statement that Franco will not yield upon the essential question of tho control of tho police In pursuance of his campaign for the betterment of tho army Lord Rob erts has Issued a manifesto to the English nation advocating that drill In the use of tho rifio be taught In all the public schools In the ruins of a fire which tho au thorities believe wan set deliberately to conceal tho work of a murder the l harred bodies of Antono Stotkn his wlfo nnd two children were found near ydnoy C B Daniel Covely and Julian Berlol mi sera wore killed by tho explosion of I Jynimlto at Locust Springs colliery ill Carmel Pn Joan auicnon presMMC er me omv ad Sine Workers haa called a ape cial session of the national executive board to take place In Indianapolis early In March After two weeks of uproar and dl order that on several occasions al moat resulted in riots and finally an appeal to the courts of the common wealth the delegates to the conven tlon of district No5 United Mine- Workers ot America Pittsburf sue ceeded in passing a resolution dealer ing vacant the offloea of President Dolan and VIOl President Oolllngham Put Crowe charged with the rob bery of Edward A Cudahy the Omaha packer of 25000 in connection with the kidnaping of the tatters son five years ago was acquitted at Omaha W A Towea of Jersey City N J broke tho worlds record for Indoor shooting with a 22caUber rifle at 25 yards at the National Indoor Rifle League at Grand Rapids Mich T J Revell 40 a machinist was instantly killed and three others were severely Injured by the collapsing of the Revolt homo at Asheville N C At Plainsoil Mich Chapel Fow ler a car repairer was killed his wife and Charles H Fairchild Pow tars assistant was probably fatally injured as the result of a Grand Rap- Id Indiana railroad engine and ca boos striking the railroad velocipede on which the three wore riding James A Alexander former provi dent of the Equitable Life Assurance society Is seriously ill la his home In NirwYork John Wilton receiver of tho Peo pies Saving bank Peoria lit the pri vate bank run by the late Dr Sim mona and Rev Kelly made a statement of the banks condition placing the liabilities at 145049 and assets at 108827 Morris Caplin who operate an auction business in Denver was murdered in the dining room of his home bra masked man who cntorod for the purpose of robbery Nearl 6000 Americans men wom on and children are In peril of death at the bands of Chlnoso mobs in the threatened Boxer uprising To rescue as many of thoso as possible from dan gut and take drastic action In every oaso whore an American is molested is the purpose of the president No news has reached the missionary societies in London of the reported disturbance at Npankinir and therefore It is considered that even If an attack had been made nothing Serious can have happened An urgent writ was served on Count Boat de Ca tolktno making him defendant in the separation proceed lags of hit wife formerly Anna Gould A son has been born to Prince Chun the emperors brother It Is believed that this child is most likely to bo deesgn ted as successor to the Chinese throne The 34 oolUorJ3 of tho Philadelphia Reading Coal Iron Co by April 1 expeota to have ouch coal stocked tip to last until September if the an thracite minors should go on strike Rtohard Randall Ferry who ten years ago founded the New York free circulating library for the blind died In that city aged 71 years Stuyvesant Fish resigned as a mem her of the committee which tho trus teM of tho Mutual Life Insurance Co appointed on October 25 to make an investigation ot tho company Tho activity of Mt Vesuvius Is in creasing Loud explosions are heard and incandescent stones are being thrown to a height of 100 feel A stream ot lava threatens the wall which was erected to protect the sta tlon of the Funicular railroad Representatives of foreign mission ary boards met In New York rend an pounced that there is not as yet ex trams rcasqn for fear that mission cries will be attacked In China Prof John Fryer head of the depart ment of Oriental languages at the State university says that according to a copy ot a Chinese newspaper which has just reached Berkeley Cal the Chinese government has ordered 1000000 small arms and 100 cannon from manufacturers in Germany In preparation for the threatened war with foreign powers There is no danger whatever of an uprising In China against foreigners sold Sir Ohantung Liang Chang tho Chinese minister There Is a political agitation against tho dynasty but not against foreigners- It has been definitely arranged that the DowAget Queen Margaret of Italy shall start In May for an automobile tour of the United States Emporor Francis Joseph sent a congratulatory telegram couched In tho most cordial terms to President Roosevelt In connection with the marriage of his daughter Alice to Congressman LongworthItaly making expensive prepara tones to the end that In case of war tho great Slmplon tunnel may be de stroyed at a moments notice J Barnett and his two daughters arc dead at Stockton Cat from some mysterious poison and Mrs Hartley who has been nursing Darnotts chil dren Is dangerously ill Mrs Barnett mother of the children Is also 111 x Nlverton a small mining town in Somerset county Pa was almost on tlrely burned and about 38 families are homeless 18 double houses going up In tho flames Peter Calr son aSwede who said his age was 44 years arid his home In New York city was taken Into custody at tho white houso on a charge of Insanity and locked up Tho basket ball five of Company E Now York National guards Schonec tndy N Y won the basket boll cham pionship of tho world by defeating the Kansas City Athletic clcYH tetta by- tho score of 37 to 11 TAe none or Boston jealca at noon in observance of the wedding of Mlw Alice Roosevelt This was bj de ision ot Mayor Fitzgerald who ar ranged that for five minutes tho belts should be sounded on the publlo build ings and on many of the churches M Ths wooden working house ot the Duluth grain elevator plant of F H Peavey t Co of Minneapolis was burned with its contents consisting of about 1000000 bushels of grain prln cipally wheat The loss on the grain and house is estimated at 1000000 Three men wore killed and 20 girls wero Injured by on explosion at the Hercules powder plant 18 miles north of Louisiana Mo The three men kill ed were employee ot tho plant 1Ilhmoothim Albert Kelly 11 shot and killed his father with a shotgun The father had knocked the boys mother down with a chair and brutally beaten ths cblldreneCharles IL Moyer Western Federation of Minors and Charles D Hayward secretary were arrested on a charge of complicity in the murder of Gov Btuenenborg ol IdahoThomas Lorimer ot Detroit Mich was arraigned before United States Commissioner Davison on the charge of manufacturing colored oleomar garine without paying the government tax of ten cents per pound Temporary petrco has been patched up between Premier Witte and Inlefnor Minister Durnovo and the die ruption of the Russian cabinet has been averted at a moment when the strain was apparently at tho breaking pointCarl Joubert the well known writer on Russian subjects Is dead In Lon don Cholera is raging In Scistan Persia Hundreds of persons die dally For the first time In the history tit Nebraska a pock of hounds have been arrested formally summoned Inta court convicted of violation of the state game laws pleaded guilty and have been fined 20 The plea of guilty was entered by the owner of the I dogs E Fowler of Arcadia Neb A new department will be added next fall to Yale university that of sociology It will be In charge ot Prof William G Sumner at present the head of the political economy de pertinent Robert K Cochrane common counI oilman of the Sixth ward Allegheny Pa is threatened with blindness from blood poisoning which he believes ho caught from a street car strap Three famouqr Monroe county PaIboor hunters Amxl Price Lewis PrIce and Oscar Bolten recently had the experience ot their lifetime when they captured salvo a bear weighing iooI poundsKing Alfonso has ordered to bo built at the Ferrol dockyard a yacht the name of which Is to be Ena ot Bat tenberg The hull Is to be of mahog any cedar and white poplar with bronze fittings The German kaiser has ordered a commission of eminent officers under the presidency of Gen Bock undI Polacb commander ot tho 14th army corps to revise the existing rules for the training of infantry Tho second class of midshipmen which Is now the senior class of the Naval Academy and which numbers the midshipman officers among Its members has taken action as a class In favor of the total abolition of haz ing Tho action Is In the form of a resolution which will be laid before the congressional committee Henry Albert Bourdolr a young French priest and Instructor In the normal school In Puebla Mex was with three other teachers attacked in the mountains near that region by a party of Indians Bourdolr was killed and two other priests were fatally wounded Private letters received at Havana state that Herbert G Squlore former American minister to Cuba has for the last month been ill with stomach trouble on board his yacht lying at stIPetersburg Fin George L Campen water commis loner for the Uttanlan canal zone has announced to his friends in Lln coIn Neb his Intention of resigning his position lie will sail for home from Colon February 20 An American company has obtained an Important concession from the cue government of Mlchoacan Mex for the use of largo bodies of water for the purpose of generating etao trinity The United States cruiser Denver commander J C Colwell arrived at Castrtoo St Lucien B W I from tho Island of Martinique She reports that Mont Peleo was active when the Denver left Martinique Tho Chicago National League baseball team will start Its training season on March 6 or 7 at West Baden Ind according to an announcement made by President Murphy Exhibition games have already boon arranged In Columbus Indianapolis Grand Rapids Mich Springfield Peoria and Dan ville III- United States Marshal Den Daniels was arrested at Nogalcs Ariz by Sheriff Fowler of Santa Cruz county on the charge of fraud in connection with the sale ot a mine Stock to the amount of 1000000 is said to have boon subscribed to the Pure Oil Co by Kansas territory oil producers to secure a plpo lino from the field to a guVf port At Daiquiri Cuba tho American Santiago battlefield commissioners dedicated tho monument erected to nark the first landing of United 3tn3 ttoops In Cuba In the war ot I8I S FRENCH PRESIDENT Clement A FalUeres Assumes Duties of Chief Magistrate Premier Rouvler Formally Handcd thb Resignation of the Cabinet To the I New Executive Requested To Continue In Office Paris Fob 19 Clement Armand plIIldent dent Loubet paused into prlvato life ceremony ot the transmission ot took place In the Elysee palace Sunday afternoon while the crowds were massed in tho surrounding streets shouted Long live tho presl and Long live Fallleres military garrfeon In Franco thuftdorod a salute of 21 guns President Loubet surrounded by the members ot his cabinet the presidents of the senate and chamber of deputies and tho members ot his military household welcomed M Fallieres and In a few earnest words committed the executive functions to the now pres ident The reply ot M Fallleres was without formality It was a simple acceptance of the now responsibilities and an assurance of his best efforts In carrying them out MM Fallleres Loubet both wore evening dress with the broad scarlet sash of the ogton of Honor across their breasts The presence of their military starts n full uniform gave a touch of brll lancy to the scene within the palace vhlle the escorts of culrrosslers which accompanied MM Fallleres and Lou bet to and from the palace gave fitting dignity to the occasion Sunday evening Premier Rouvier formally handed the resignation of the cabinet to President Fallfereo Tho new president however requested the ministry to continue in office The cabinet will meet Tuesday morning for the first time in tho administration President Fallleres JOHN A MCAtL DEAD Was Former President of the New York Life Insurance Co Now York Feb 19John A Mc Call until recently president of the Now York Life Insurance Co died at the Laurel house In Lakewood N J whore he had been taken three weeks a tho hope that the change might noft his health which had suffered breakdown two months ago Tho hews of the death WM not given out by the family until some time after the end Then Mr McOalls son John OMoCnll briefly announced Tho et HI como My father has passed away Mr MeCall had been unooneoloua since about 1 oclock Sunday morning except possibly for one brief minute Sunday afternoon when his eyes open ed ands looked Into the face of his- nUe who was bending over him Ho smiled and as ho did so hid oyoa clos od again and he remained in the coma until the end It was announced that Mr MoCaHa death was due to enlargement of the liver and tho end had been peaceful ant without pain Mrs MeCall Is now under medical care She had become worn out by tho long vigil at the bedside of her husband and when he died she practic ally collapsed although it Is thought her condition will not develop seriously EXPLOSION IN A MINE Four Men Were Killed Three Being Blown To Pieces Near Wllkesbarre Wllkesbarre Pa Feb 19Four men were killed by an explosion which occurred In the Buttonwood mine op erated by the ParrIsh Coal Co about two miles from this city The explosion occurred in a small structure known as a tlmbermans shanty located along tho gangway a short dIs- tance from the toot of the shaft In this shanty was stored a lot of giant powder A number of company hands were at work Saturday night In tho wino and It is thought they went to the shanty to get warm and cat their lunch The supposition is that the heat from the steam pipes ignited thai powder and exploded It Three of the men wore blown to pieces CITY OFFICIALS ARRESTED Complicity In Securing Alleged Fraud ulent Naturalization Papers Charged Savannah Ga Feb 19Drltt Rog ers and John J Garrity heads of two city departments wero arrested on federal warrants charging them with complicity In securing alleged fraudu lent naturalization papers for a num her of Greeks and other foreigners whose names have recently been add ed to the registration of voters Rogers and Garrity promptly gave bond In tho sum of 1000 Five more Greeks were also amwtod There are about GO warrants yet to be served AntiJewish Riots Kleff Russia Fob 19n anti Jow Ish riot broke out at Vletka a town of 6000 inhabitants near Gomel A large part of tho town is in flames and troops have been sent there from Go mel It Is not known whether there wore any fatalities Remains Laid To Rest Hqskllde Denmark Feb 19ln the magnificent old Gothic church hero the body of King Christian IX amid tho thunder of guns the sonorous tones of the organ and the blare ci Srumpota was laid to rest I STATE NEWS ITEMS KENTUCKY GENERAL ASSEMBLY A Compromise Hat Been Reached on the Normal Schools Question Frankfort Feb 14rho county unit local option bill has at last been reported by the committee of the sen ate Chairman Ecton reported It from the committee on religion and morale Without any expression of opinion It wont Into the orders of the day behind about 100 others bills that have been heretofore placed In tho orders of Ute day Senator Newmans long fight was rewarded by the passago of a bill to create a state board of agri culture forestry and Immigration The house had a lively Unto over the resolution to add now men to the committee heretofore appointed to In vestigate all tho state departments It was said to be an administration and antiadministration tight and the former wren out by authorizing Speak er Lawrence to name the additional members of tho special committee Tho house railroad committee has de i cided to report unfavorably the bill prohibiting railroad and boat excursions on Sunday Tho Southall bill appropriating 35000 for the Western asylum at Hopklasvllle was passed by 8C to 2- Frankfort Feb 16After a lively fight the senate passed tho bill transferring the management of the state fair from the Kentucky Stock Breed ors association to the state board of agriculture forestry and Immigration the board created by tho bill which passed the senate Monday The sen ate municipalities committee agreed to report favorably the bill to allow may ors of secondclass cities to appoint the city solicitor and also tho bill to authorize circuit judges to grant charters to sixthclass towns Tho house unseated Its first member Wednesday after a sharp close fight with only two votes to spare The contest was that of Slaton democrat vs Taggart republican from Muhlon berg county pad Taggart was unseat ed although several loading democrats espoused his cause The house com mlttee on Kentucky statutes agreed to report favorably the bill to require veterinary surgeons to have a diploma to practice their profession The house railroad committee agreed to report unfavorably the bill fixing a severe penalty for stealing from freight cars and the hill to fine express companies for collecting charges that have been prepaidFrankfort Ky Feb lGA compro mire has been reached and It now looks like the state will have two nor coal schools The education committee of the house agreed to recom mend a bill appropriating 50000 for two normal schools to be located by a commission of seven to be appoint ed by the governor ono commissioner for each appellate district It also provides for 5000 each to equip the two schools and 25000 a year to op erate them Senator Spences bill au thorizing workhouse prisoners In sec ond class cities to be worked Inside or outside the workhouso was tavern bly passed on The bill to empower mayors of second class clUes to appoint a city solicitor was favorably considered ns was also the two house bills making the property owners lIa- ble for all street Improvements and giving the contractor a lien on the property Instead of the city The Joint printing committee of the house and senate decided to recommend the bill providing for a superintendent of state printing Tho senate committee on suffrage and elections decided to report without expression of opinion the bill authorizing the use of voting ma chines in Kentucky where any city or county wishes to use them Frankfort Feb 17Among the bills Introduced In the Slate were the following Authorizing owners of land to Institute suit to settle the title to disputed parts of said land whether In possession of said land or not act authorizing directors of banks and trust companies to fix hours of open fag and closing act to amend Section 1941 Kentucky Statutes so that wild goose or ducks may be killed in April act to ratify end confirm charters of corporations heretofore taken out un der the laws of this commonwealth under the statute permitting a conS solidation of corporations New house bills Requiring every automobiles to haveaaccnmpetontrator engineer with certificate Must pay 5 fee and not be allowed to leave machine standing on street to prevent change of school books within ten years providing a consti tutlonal amendment to limit leglsua ture to 100 days Instead of 60 not per muting bills to be Introduced alter tho 75th day The house committee on Kentucky Statutes decided Friday afternoon to report favorably the Mitchell bill which provides that no common carrier or person shall for hire carry liquor into a local option district Enjoyed Riches a Year Louisville Ky Feb 19J Henry Doerr 05 who has been a photographer for years and who became suddenly rich one year ago by mak- Ing a strike In the Cripple Creek gold dlstflct died of pneumonia Ho was part owner of the famous Maud S mine Noted Teacher Dead Lexington Ky Feb 19 Madam Anna Buttel noted French and Ger man teacher who formerly resided In this city died Saturday ut the home of her sister In the Orange River country- In Florida where she had gone td spend the winter Wants Louisville Saloons Closed Louisville Ky Feb 19Rev Dr Francis R Seattle In a sermon delivered at the Second Presbyterian church called on the board of public safety to close all saloons and theaters in LoulslllQ on Sunday LIFE INSURANCE Joint Committee Agrees Upon a Measure Proposing To Regulate It Frankfort Ky Feb 1GAfter many days of deliberations and argument by counsel for the state and the life insurance companies of the country tho joint committee on insurance of the general assembly agreed upon measures proposing to regulate tho companies whloh measures will bet presented to the assembly for approval Tuesday of next week was sot apart as a general field day in tho assembly on the subject of insurance A joint session of tho assembly will beheld and arguments made on tho agreed measures The agreed measures are Requiring all life Insurances companies which have been In existence for ten years or more to account annually to policy holders otter tho policy becomes three years old and to distribute surplus annually on the pol icy after five years from tho date It was written and requiring all com expenseIthey collect In leading In any ono year Tho matter of requiring dopes its of reserve on Kentucky business in securities in the state was deferred until after next Tuesday The bill on this subject as originally presented provides that 80 per cent shall be In vested It has been suggested by members of the committee that this requirement bo reduced to 50 or CO per cent or less- DECLARES LANDRUM GUILTY Jury In Second Trial Confirms Pre vlous Verdict In Goff Killing London Ky Feb 19J B Lan drum has again been given a tenyear sentence for complicity in tho killing of Jeff Gotf at Landrums restaurant Landrum was jointly Indicted with George and Frank Ward for a consplr acy to kill Dill Miller which resulted in the accidental killing of Jeff Golf George Ward has been acquitted and Frank Ward given 20 years A former trial of Landrum resulted Jn a ver diet of ten years and ho sue granted a new trial by the court A now trial will be asked for and if refused the case will be appealed A verdict was reached in the case of J B Lan drum charged with conspiring with George and Frank Ward to kill Bill Miller the conspiracy resulting in the unintentional killing ot Jeff Goff His punishment was fixed at 10 years in the penitentiary GOOD WELLS IN KENTUCKYI Drilling Resumed Around Beaver Creek With Renewed Activity Sergent Ky Fob 19 Drilling for oil in the territory around Beaver creek field north of hero was resum ed last week with renewed activity Friday the best producer yet struck in the Beaver creek field came in withta fine flow ISO barrels per day other goodpaying well came in Fri day morning with about 100 barrels per day Three other wells were struck during the weekone of about 70 barrels per daywhile the others will produce about 40 and 50 barrels each Test wells are being extended into upper Johns creek Troublesome creek and Left Beaver adjacent where it is thought oil will bo found Iin paying quantities The Spring Meeting at Lexington Lexington Kyr Feb ITAt conferences of the cfacera of the Americas Turf association details of the spring meeting at the Kentucky Racing asso elation track wre dtocuceed and pare tially completed Meeting is asuredy as the Lexington citizens guar anteed the fund required by the Anvor lean Turf association The Confederate Home Frankfort Ky Feb 17 Senator George from a special committee ap pointed to investigate the Confederate home presented the committees report to the senate Tho report saya that the complainant Alexander Lawson produced no testimony to support ins charges ot cruelty and mismanage ment His Record Saved Him Louisville Ky Feb 16 John Walsh an Iron worker of Chicago and who says ho was a gunners mate oa the Baltimore during the battle of Ma ails bay was cleared of the charge of horse stealing In the criminal court His record saved him First Chinese Baby Lexington Ky Fob 171Fae first Chinese baby ever born in Lexington as far as the records show was born Thursday morning The little Cole tial Is a girl Her mother Is Mary Kwong wlfo of Lee Kwong an em ploye of tho Chinese laundry here A Boy Dangerously Cut Lexington Ky Feb 19James Byrnes the 14 year ed son of James J Byrnes was cut and seriously in jured by Samuel GIger aged 16 Tha boys are employed at tho Transylva nla Co and engaged In a fight over a trivial matter Two Hundred Indictments London Ky Feb 19rTho Laurel county grand Jury adjourned after returning over 200 Indictments Nona were found against any of tho alleged lynchers of Virgil Bowers the negro murderer of George Farris S lir r J 11 I 111 I I I J J I 11111 I I II I I I I I I I I 1 +1 I I I I I 11 I I 81HH Eastern Kentucky News I Ifc corttiponience published oaleii tinned in fun by the writer The Mm It not for publication but at an oTUrnce of rood faith Write plainly 1IH4htl H14 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY JHSriTAKTA Feb IllMr Chas Drew of John etta and Miss Wilmouth Owens If this place were married Fob 1C Rev Andv Ballinger olhciated The baby of Dir W C Ogg is verysick with measlesMr OM Payne of this place and Mr Reuben Mullen of Mt Vernon were in Knoxville last week =Squire G V Owens attended court at Mt Vernon last Monday Mr Joe Wilson of Climax was here for Ben WaldenRobert Abneyvisited his sister Mrs J E McGuire o RocMord Sunday Howard Payne of Clear Creek spent Sunday night with his grandma Mrs A T Abney on Davis ranchW- H Rich of Rockford was here on business Saturday Mrs Mandy Pennington is low at this writ ingMr James Derryand fann have the measles T J of Berea is visiting his brotherinlaw J C HammondMrs Nancy Abuoy is proud of the arrival of two lambs Born to Mr and Mrs Grumson Clark a line girl February 10 There are three peddlers canvassing this vicinityMr Isaac Rector of Kirksville was hero on business this week Mrs0M and John Burgess Payne spent Tuesdayand Wednesday with Mrs Nancy Ham mondO M Payntrwent to Berea Thursday M V was at tending court at Mt Vernon last weekMr James Hammond is very sick at this writing J E McGuire was on Davis Branch SaturdayMrJ- esse Anderson of Climax is very sick with consumption Miss Polly Gadd of near Wildie visited Virgie Payne last week- NAIiS011 COUNTY 1IltTSIFeb 20 Sunday school has start ed up here again and it is expected that it will continue all spring and summer There will be Sunda aebool here Feb 25 Everybod- come out and lots make lifo as pleas ant as possible Lets see how much good we can get out of Sunda school for its never too late to boI working for GodMiss Ella Lake closes her school Feb 22 Bill Ponder and Allen Williams attended church at this place Sunday H C Harts folks have all got measles We can all sympathize with themI I1KKYFVS Feb 10 We are having fine weather at presentBrother James Parsons filled his regular appoint went at the Baptist church Saturda and SundayJames Baker and wif and Mrs Addie Coye of Berea areI the guests of W B Baker and ily this week Messrs J C an Lawrence Powell are in McKee thi weekon business Miss Nannie Og is visiting her aunt Mrs Owen Rose Married February 15 Mr Lewis Johnson of Beren and Miss Kimberlaine of Dreyfus May the have a long and happy lifoHev J P Bicknell of Berea filled his regular appointment at the Christian church Saturday and Sunday Mat Sharpof Panola attendedchurch hero SundayMr and Mrs Sandlin of Kingston visited their daughter Mrs Ellen Powell Sandlin Mr F M Jones and Baker both of Dreyfus were quietlyI married at the Baptist church Sunday evening The groom is a highly respected merchant of this The bride is the handsomo young daughI ter of Mr and Mrs W B Baker The crowd present wished them a long and happy life Deputy Sheriff George Hill and Steve Hundley made business trip to Livingston recently Mr Willie Rogers of Berea stayed over night with L C Powell Friday Misses Candle Deny and Bertha Baker were the guests of Miss Pearl Lajn SundayMrs Nellie OggvisitI ed ter daughters who are at Berea last week Charlie Smith returned home Saturday night from Million where he line been Mr Robert Hudson acisternMr Spurlock and wife of this place vis ited relatives at Berea last week Mr Lewis Johnson and wife were the guests of Mr and Mrs Georgo Hurd Saturday inn lULl Feb 17We are having some winter now Jeff Settle has returned from Hamilton 0 where her has been for quito a whlleMr andI Mrs Joo Alexander visited Mr and Mrs Tom McKeehan SundayMrs Ben Beam Place recently Miss FlomGreen visited Mr and Mrs Tom McKeehan and family Saturday nightMessrs Jar j via Clout and Herman Carrier at tended court at London last Monday Miss Mattte Lamb visited Miss Flora Green Tuesday evening Mat and James Green made a business trip to Richmond Friday Mrs Minerva Richardson is very low with rheumatism at this writingMrs Ann Hudson and little Davie Brook man and Mrs Dan Hudson visited Mrs Amanda Baker Tuesday Mis sea Flora Green and Minerva Mo Keehan visited Misses Ellen end Bertha Carrier last Sunday Miss Maggie Abrams visited her uncle Sheridan Baker recently Mr and Mrs J H Wilson visited Mrs Julia C Green last SundayJ F Adams of Oklahoma is visiting his mother Mrs John Robinson and other rola tires at this place VAII CKTOX Feb 17Taylor Botkins and Cal Yin Hulett loft for Illinois Friday morning where they expect to work this summer Rev Smith filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Saturday and SunduyO B Gabbard sold a nice little bunchy of shoats last week for 55James Lakes returned last week from Frank fort KyMr Schuyler Lakes mov ed Feb 17 from the Otis Adams property to the George Tisdalo Sr property on DogwalkS W Wylie has returne from the mountains where he has been buying cattle quitebadly I the brushO B Gabbard was in Richmond lust week on business Oscar Gabbard visited his cousiu Dan Hudson of Boron Saturday nightIWallace ton is on the boom We have two stores two phones two blacksmithshops Burnham Pitts is our new blacksmith We wish theta all success in business OAHllAItll Feb 17Hon H C Evorsolo passed through hero Friday on his way to Cowcreok Joe Johnson of Jackson county was here last week on the lookout for cattleMrs Emma Cole bought a fine horse from John Mason for SIOOOOMrs BJ Combs and little daughter of String town visited Mrs Juicy Gabbcni RobinsonyBilly Mayes deputy U S Marshal niooushinyerson IMrs Alfred Bolin and daughter Limyails woman between the age of thirty and forty wishing to get married should make application to John R Moore John says he wants a cooktBigo Marshallof Wolfcreek has sold his saw and grist mill at Rice hbardbeeo saw a largo number of ties this wifedare Hgmule nowrise Harnsley has per chased two yoke of oxen anda Jogt AOyMiss Margaret Cort of Cortland was hero last Friday and Saturday Miss Cort is a woman of strong Christian faith She has two Sabbath creeks agent was here last week taking orders for a delivery of fruit trees go has represented a Knovillo nur Company for two or three years Kentuckyfirmandses to persons that other agents cannot sell to Delany Bolia is talking of going to Louisville Ky to have his eyes treated Your correspondent is informed that Mr CD Moore has today decided to move to Idaho Mrs Moores father Mr f P Reynolds lives within five mielsof Stites Idaho Ho writes a very encouraging letter tolling of lie healthful place and desiring theta to como thorn and make their home OWSLEY COUNTYI HICYTUWSIFeb 17Tie hauling is yet the occupation of the people of this vicin ity Dick Broker says the roads are becoming impassible A B Marsh all has sold to W A Gabbard Joe Wilder and Marion Daily his sawmill for 800 Now is tho time to getfirstore of the mill will bo known as Gab bard Baily CoTho U S Marsh have been at work again in the countryThey c Creek and have made severalarrests of persons who have cooperated withI the moonshiners So much the beteer The sooner tho distillers and peddlers of whisky are cleanedout the better it will be for nil of us and we will then have gotten rid of one of Satans mdst dangerous demons Oh what a grand act it would be if all tho young men in our fair country would cooperate and drive liquor GET MARRIED You have more than enough money to furnish your house if you Buy From ChrismanI- f you are already married you will save money by buying at The Same Place Everything in Furniture Stoves Carpets Mat tings Pictures Frames Mirrors Organs and Sewing Mach- inesCustomers or VisitorsC- all and soc my goods and prices before you buy and the rest is easy 0R H CHRISMANTELEPHONE No 26 from our mountains so we could liven peace and happiness II H Rice visited home folks on Buffalo Creek last week Ho also made a trip to Booneville It is said that ho will move there soon and Fayette Garrett will occupy his house at this place While we are sorry to lose one of our uitizeus wo are glad to welcome another Roe John Mason purchas ed a flue team of oxen from H H Rice recently for 200 and ho also purchased a tog wagon from Dutch Eversole for00Findloy Bolin has purchased one of Pete Hackers fam ous mules from Bill McIntosh of Cow Creek for SHA thrifty trade is a great thing if yarned on in the right way As to the trade it is being carried on briskly in this vicinity Bo careful or some ono will got- chtlllitedMessrs C B Mooro and Allen Davidson purchased 1000 railroad ties from tho Ricetown Tie Co at 14 cents and 18 cents por tio Arthur Garrett made a short trip to Buffalo Thursday on unknown busi nessWill Gabbard better known as Poordoo of this place who moved Island Creek wino time ago is planning to make his home on his lot at this place which he hired from is father G W GabbardJohn Red John lost his best girl some time ago and ho seems to be In great trouble John is very feeble and this heavy blow will probably prove fatal Girls cant you help Redi little There was another debate held at the school houjo Friday night the subject being Resolved That women should have the to vote IITho speakers were afiirmatiro A J Chandler Elmer Gabbard Arthur Garrett negative John Mason Marion Daily and C B A nUAHANTKKI ClUE FUn 1ILKH Itching BUnd tlrcding ITotnullug J ilr Drug ginti are authorized to reload money if 1AO OINTMUNT fail It cure in t to 14 day + sot SOUR STOMACH Is ft common and distresr ing complal t- It is Natutess way ol protesting against Ira proper food hastily devoured or too hearty meals and if the warn log Is unheeded serious results will follow i When your stomach rebels at this abuse t becomes Inactive your food fer ments gases formand there Is trouble ahead The quickest safest and surest way to conquer this condition and prevent its return is to immediately I commence the use of Dr CaldwellsLajcatlut i Syrup Pepsin I putthinge I It Is just what your One trial of this wonderful preparaUoliI wlllconvinceyou that foun experienceDrobtained In both dollar and halfdollar from all drug Your money will lstlIdoes not benefit you Your postal card CALDWELLSI100Kthose who have never trle4 Ibis wondatfol remedy Send torlttoda- yPEPSIN SYRUP CO Montlaello Illloals For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY u Moore The subject was very hotly contested toward till last C B Moore and Arthur Garrott each one very earnest in his remarks won the prize as the boat speakers on their respective sides Uel Wilder Bier Gabbardand Will liciton acted M judges and James Gubbard on presi dent Tho decision was given in favor of tho affirmative A word to the correspondents let every one send in his letters regularly and let especially JACKSON COUNTY ANU MAI Feb 10 Beautiful weather is tho general talk of tho people and log sawing and wagoning the chief ocou palious For mild and bountiful weather this winter is breaking the record for many years Many are ploughing and getting their ground ready for planting and sowing but if they dont mind March will como with her snowing and blowing and prevent their planting and sowing Ono lady has planted some things in her yard and she says they are now sprouting but tho sprouts scom to be upwanlTherothis vicinity Some Lave only hard colds and there are a low cases of pneumonia Boyd Standifor of Clo vcr Bottom has been very low with pneumonia but under the caro of rapidlyimprovingTho Mrs John Mclntosh is also very sick at the homo of bar grandfather Rev Sam Standifer on Clover Bottom Mrs John McIntoshand children are visiting relatives here Rev Samuel Bryant of Big Hill is in this vicinity on business 0 S Durham went to Berea Saturday on business Mr Durham has his barn about com pletedand Bachelors Rest is looking up to dateWm Williams and family of Clover Bottom have moved to Madison County near Rich mond Thomas Durham called on his best girl Sunday Thomas is sixteen years ofage and says he has remained single about long enough Miss Ninnio Hacker of Moores Creek is spending the winter with her aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs A P Gab bard of this plnceA few days ago a buggy was taken from tho barn of J R Durham Tho buggy belonged to Mr Durhamn son Edward who Is in school at Wind Cave Tho buggy was tracked the distance of about four hundred yards No reward has as yet been offered for tho buggy KEEP CLEAN and get your clothes cleaned and pressed by J C BURNAM- The Writ End Barber Shop Phone 67 BOc a suit is all it will cost you Real Estate IS ON THE RUN I have just sold ono farm of 100 acres and now have another of 130 acres adjoining tho ono sold Two miles from Beoea College 30 acres in timber the rest cleared This land is worth 20 an acre but I will Bollit for 1250 Very good house good barn good water This is a bargain Call at once on J P BICKNELL Berea Ky u Swjwvwjiwm rktrr rraprwrt py 4rlr rx yrl rrrit r- Jt I YA I rs w I I I a R i sy 4x a FOR SALE I Get a home while youcan f- inI the beautiful Blue I Grass Region of Cen g itral Kentucky where k i we have the best of a Schools Churches iand Society 1 r- a t y I have the following farms for sale iall well located and good to choice Blue- GrassA land in Madison Co Ky These y tare not only good homes but are good o investments as well R u 011 i yy tStock Farm 550 acres45 per Acre t Stock Farm 320 acres 100 par Acre f Good Farm 158 acres 7000 Not Y i Good Farm in acres 3000 Net t i yGoodq Small Farm 27 acres 1000 Not Good Farm 297 lucres 20000 Not Ii Small Farm So acros 1300 Net t2 Good Farm J6S acres f65o Net I tSmall Farm 36 aces 1000 Not k J Good Farm 147 acres 4060 Not S Small Farm 52 acros 65 per Acre it Small Farm 62JL acres 60 Per Acre t House and large Lot 3w acres 375 Net Good Farm 208 Macros 4000 Net tSmall Farm 58 acros 800 Netk Iax And many more desirable Homes twell located near to best Schools and A Churches and in good communities i Come to me I can suit you in agood Farm i Both the buyer and the seller are always r pleasedin my sales Ihave done 46OOO of business in the past year in this t county I mytA of the land and the improvements on Iii County Ky are represented in this list Your business is solicited 1i I GDHolliday Real Estate Agency IBEREA KYIS 4C A71Sl tAA lilil7dAkAit it71 A firll k7f Oyk717dillplk117A7i131 I1Citt17t1