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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 I 1H11 II MH Mthtt tea t a 111111111111111 BEREA PUBLISHING COL E TUPPER Manager KnUrtdatlht fatlaffleent Btrta Ktatieton t umattmtlttr 1i11I1II+HIIH I JlVOL VII Five Cents a Copy BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 15 1003 One Dollar a Year NO SgIJ IDEAS The dovil has no moro oiTcctivc weapon than tho ChriHllnnn rusty time you envy another man IIEveryyou drop gall into your own who cannot stand up in the fight must not look to sit down in tho feastDont think you are fixed on feathers titers because you make n lot of fuss lore Many a man is praying for grace to hoar his trials who needs just sand to shako them I When friendship is but a social lad dor the soul goes down faster than the upithey are saints boo CUtillO they have such nn intense ha tred of certain sinners Its hotter to toke chances on pnu perizing some thnn to starve your own soul by denying aid to all Its not much use pronouncing n benediction on your brother uthen oyoIIonrlIN OUR OWN COUNTRY The eases against tho Standard 011 Company in Kansas have been called oil Reason it is too expensive to fight the Standard We thought letter of the Kansas oOioiuls It is the rabbits who make the imposi lone of great corporations potwiblo in this country In Theodore Roosevelt tho only stayer in tho country It in up to Uadley and Old Missouri now The joint legislative committee on insurance of Now York gave a hear AlbnnyIlUItfeature was the presence of tho now presidents of the Dig Three insur ance companies Nothing startling occurred The insurance men pro tested against some of the provisions of tho recent report of time committee UepuhlIenn fort on Friday night Two hundred wore present Tho action of the Democratic majority in tho Assembly in seating tho Louisville contestees in passing tbo gerrymander district measure and in arbitrarily and un justly discriminating against tho minority has united nil factions It wan well said by one speaker that with au absolute waiver of pcrnoual am bition and no ul between con testants a ticket cord ho so made at tho next state convention that it would command not only tho united support of tho Republicans but of thousands of Democrats who are weary of machine means and methods of dishonest laws of fraud and force at the polls and of debouchment of the ballot box f It in suggested nil a possibility that President Roosevelt may oven up with tho stand pat railroad senators by Calling for a revision of the tariff It in claimed that it was only at tho most earnest and urgent request of tho very mon who now opjxjno his measures that tho President consent ed to crush revision sentiment last summer1 It in therefore not beyond r the IxMids of possibility that tho President may como out directly for a revision of the tariff anti throw tho whole matter on Congress Ito would Uorubllcanprobability enough of n following wmony Democrats from principle to justify him in doing this KentuckyAntiSaloon mack Ifedwino law will make it pos sible oven in tho modified form in which tho bill passel to vote liquor i out of twenty five counties in which there are now wet spots Well done That is HO much gained in n state in which the manufacture and sale of liquor is regarded by so many as an honorable as well as remunera live calling FROM THE WIDE WORLD As Congress has decided that Phil ippinea have 110 rights in the case that tho trusts are bound to respect we place vows from there in tho Wide World column A bill has pass ed there to prohibit tho importation of opium into the islands after March 3 Until then habitual opium smokers those who cannot live with out the drug are to bo licensed and tho license applies only to tho Chi nese It is unlawful to soil opium too native Philippine except for medi dual purposes and tho law penalizes prescribedbytho same law here General Corbin who has just ro turned from Asia says there will bo- no war with China Ho says that tho disturbances there hove been greatly exaggerated by reports and they are not of a magnitude to break r the peace between the nations 4 THE CITIZEN BATTLE NEAR JOLO American Loss Was 17 Soldiers Killed and One Officer and I Four Men Wounded NAVAL CASUALTIES NUMBER 32 Lou of the Moros Was 000 Men Killed the Kntracenieut Lasting Fur Many Hours The Action Reiulted In the Complete Extinction of a Band of Outlaw Who Had Been Raiding Friendly Morot i Washington March 1OMaJ Gen Leonard Wood commander ot tho dim vision of the Philippines makes the following report of an engagement which took place near Jolo capital of the Sulu Islands Manila March 10A severe action between troops a naval detachment and constabulary and hostile Moros Line taken place at Mount Dajo near Jolo The engagement opened during the afternoon of March G and ended I lu the morning ot March 8 The action Involved tho capture of ML Dajo a lava cone 2100 feet high with a cra ter at Its summit and extremely steep The last 400 feet were at an angle of GO degrees and there were 60 perpen dicular ridges covered with a growth or timber and strongly fortified and defended by an Invisible force ot Mo roe The army equalities were 17 enlist ed men killed a commissioned omcer and 4 enlisted men wounded The naval casualties numbered 32 Ensign H It Cooke Jr ot the United States stoamof Pumpagua commanding the Pampngna tort was severely wound od and Coxswain Gilmore was severely wounded In tho elbow Tho con stabulary casualties wore Capt John H White wounded In the thigh se verely throe enlisted men killed and 13 wounded Capt Tyree Rivera sus tained a slight floah wound In the thigh Lieut Gordon was slightly wounded In tho right hand Lieut Wylle T Conway of the Sixth Infant ry was slightly wounded In the left I eye All time wounded are doing well Col Joseph W Duncan of the Sixth- Infantry directed tho operations All the defenders of thq Moro stronghold were killed Six hundred bodies were found In the Held Manila March 12 Following are the names ot 17 privates who were killed In the recent attack on Moro outlaws on Mt Dajo Barnley Box I Lexington Okla Edward Kilgore Woodbourne Pa Thomas Harrison Sand Hill Twin John Tomaszekskl Kingston Pit Charles Hanks Cuson burn ring Louis IlArr Ontario Can William Kelley Paterson N J Rob ert Ilustlan Sattoum Germany Leo Calve Mllner Ida Charles loiter un known John Pfeil Akron 0 Carl Ualley Bogus Chltto Miss John Hlnes Bridgeport Ct Walter Hage done Kingston N Y Paul Do Burk- i Spokane Wash John Shuler Don nelly Ky A DOUBLE RAILWAY WRECK Several Persons Were Killed or In jured Near Bloomdale O Toledo 0 March 12Eastbound freight No 78 from Garrett Ind was running In two sections At Godsend a small station two miles from Blown dale the first section stopped for wa j ter A fierce snow storm was raging and obscured tho first section from Engineer Albert Guastko and Fireman I Nicholson of the second section and their train dashed down upon It When they discovered It It was Im possible to atop and their engine crash ed Into the rear of the freight ahead throwing ouo car over on the parallel track which was open for a fast pas senger westbound At this moment the passenger came along at full speed The engine hit the derailed car and Will almost demolished Sev eral persons wore killed and Injured The Deadlock Continues Alguclras March 13Although the representatives of neutral powers feel I assured that a solution of the difficul ties will be found It Is considered probable that the deadlock will con tlnuo until the new French foreign minister forwards to M Hovolf further Instructions Mrs Toll Will Not Hang Trenton N J March toThe sen tcnco of death Imposed upon Mrs An toinette Tolla the Bergen county mur deress for the killing of Joseph Souta was commuted to seven and one half years Imprisonment by the court of pardons Crisis In Zlons Affair Chicago March 12Zlon City la out of funds A draft drawn by Alexander Dowle the first apostle on the Zion City bank sent from Jamaica has been turned down by the bank officer and mailed back with a letter to Dowle Shot and Killed Her Sister Atlanta Ga March 10Mrs WillIe W Standlfer went to the home ot her slater Mrs D P Durham and after an argument with Miss Chapel Whls enant her unmarried sister shot Miss Whlsonant six times killing her al mwt Instantly Jfiqlpuir the cause puY RYAN RESOLUTION Qnestlon of Rescinding It to Be Discussed by the Special Miners Convention THIS IS THE STUMBLING BLOCK Unless It Ii ReJected There Call Be No Joint Conference With the Coal Operators Resolution Provides That Contract Mutt Be Signed In All Districts Under Organization Control At the Same Time Indianapolis Ind March 14The rescinding ot the Uyan resolution wIll bo the most Important business to come before the special national con ventlou of the United Mine Workers which opened at the German house Until this Is done thoro can be no I Joint conference with the operators who will come to Indianapolis next week ThU la the effect ot the announce mont by the anthracite operators that they will not accede to tho demands of their employes The refusal ot tho anthracite operators to treat further with the miners makes a settlement the union In Districts 1 7 and 9 lout of time question The Ryan resolu adopted by the miners Just bo fore the adjournment ot their regular national convention provides that con tracts must be signed In all districts under the control of tho organization at tho same time or that no agreement shall be entered Into I It Is conceded that as no overtures for a Joint conference ot tho minors and operators of time bituminous field I have been mado by either party such a conforoncc It ono Is held must come about as a natural development ot the meetings of tho opposing forces being held In Indianapolis at the same time Dut the first Inquiry the operators will make will be Is the Ryan rosolu tion still In force then the HopefulI a joint ablo to ratify an agreement even It one could bo roached There Is a glimmer of satisfaction on the faces of tho mem hers of tha minors national executive board which Indicates that they believe there is yet hope for a settle ment with their employers and that at least that part of their demand which relates to a substantial Increase In wages will bo granted None of them will discuss the subject to any great extent but It Is easy to see that they are In a better frame of mind than when they left Indianapolis six weeks ago Vice President Lewis who has been confined to his homo at Bridgeport 0 for the past two weeks by a severe attack of grip Is much Improved and says that ho will bo able to take his full part of the work of the convention He declined to talk of the out look further than to say that he ex poets tho hottest fight the United Mine Workers have ever known President John Nugent of tho 17th district camo In late Tuesday night from West Virginia lie refused to talk TO THE SUPREME COURT The Cases of Moyer Haywood and Pettibone Will Be Appealed Boise Ida March HThe cases of Moyer Haywood and Pettibone offi cers of the Western Federation ot Mt ners who were dented a writ of ha beas corpus by tho supremo court ot tho stato of Idaho will be taken to the United States supremo court Tho bill of exceptions prepared by counsel for tho accused men was presented to the full branch of tho state supreme court and signed thus permitting tho appeal to the federal court CHILD LABOR BILL Iowa Legislature Pastes a MeasureI Aimed at Department Store Des Moines la March HWtth tho passage by the senate of the child labor bill the measure will become a law as Gov Cummins will sign It at once The now law prohibits the employment of children In positions which compel them to remain stand ing for any length of time An Open All Night Bank Chicago March 14 Chicago Is to have an open all niglrtbank where people may deposit or draw out their money any hour In the 24 A permit Is Issued by the state auditor to organ ize tho Institution with a capital ot 250000 The Governor Must Explain Des Moines Iowa March HThehouse by a vote of 73 to 6 passed the Gilleland resolution calling upon Gov Cummins to make good his charges that railroad Influence was used to defeat the primary election bill Capitalists In Mexico Mexico City March 14 President Stilwell of tho Kansas City ft Orient railroad and a party of 70 American capitalists arrived hero on a special train The party will be presented to Prealdeat Diaz Thursday BURNING GAS WELL After Being Partially Confined For Twelve Hours the Fire Burst Forth Again IMMENSE HOOD A MOLTEN MASS A Veritable Mountain of lIam Is Now fouriiifr Forth From the Well Unmolested Trees at a Considerable Distance Which Had Put Forth Leaves as a Result of the Artificial Heat Are Burning Caney Kan March HThe great gas well six miles from hero which was capped Monday with a huge Iron hood after It had burned without restraint for 17 days consuming millions of feet of gas burst forth again Tues day After having confined tho fire for 12 hours the hood was perforated by the tremendpns force of sand and flamo beneath it and soon became a heap of scrap iron Conditions at the burning gas well were worse Tuesday night night than at any time since the fire started A veritable mountain of flamo Is now pouring from the well and the hood and the huge system of pipes which were Monday used In a vain attempt to cap tho gasser are either a molten nines cr are warped and twisted by tho Intense heat Trees at a consld erablo distance which had put out loaves as a result of tho artificial heat are now on fire After the sand cut through the hood It collapsed so rap irfiy that not even tho truck and sys tern of pipes resting upon It could bo removed from danger nut the loss of the hood and almost tho entire aye tem of connections does not appear to discourage the men In charge as they aro now engaged In tho construction of a now hood and material la on tho way to replace tho other parts which have been rendered useless by tho heat I VOLCANIC ERUPTION I Three Villages In the Samoan Group I Completely Destroyed Honolulu March HThe officers of the stoamerSIorrn which has arrived here from Sydney N S W via Samoa reports that the eruption of the volcano on the Island of Savall ot the Samoan group continues on a large scale Three villages have been con pletely destroyed Including Malaeola where was located the finest cocoa plantation on the island The real dences of A King and C Barley have been reduced to ruins and are a total lossThe lava from the volcano Is flowing Into time ocean In a stream tlmree quarters of a mile wide and 20 feet deep at the rate ot 20 feet an hour At night a solid wall of molten lava five miles long can be seen reaching far out Into the sea For some distance ahead the sea water Is boiling and the surf breaking over the fiery stream The government recently chartered the steamer Maori to remove women and children from the zone ot danger MRS DOWIES DENIAL Says There Is No Estrangement Be tween Herself and Husband Chicago March HMrs John Alex ander Dowle In an Interview denies that there has been any estrangement between herself and Mr Dowle She was much affected by the publlshpd reports declaring that there was no foundation whatever for them Her separation from her husband sumo said was duo entirely to his impaired health and to no domestic troubles Asked If It ware true she had decided to cast her lot with Dowlea followers In ZIon City she replied I have cast my lot with John Alexander Dow lo and shall remain faithful to him to tho end Two Dead Bodies Found St Louis March HThe dead bed lea of Fred Entz and William Sennott With their faces torn to shreds by charges from a shotgun were found near an abandoned coal chute between Granite City and Alton Ill Henry Steffen was placed under arrest on suspicion Actor Commits Suicide Washington March 14 William Thomas of Saginaw Mich a member of the chorus of The Wonderland company performing at the Columbia theater here committed suicide by drinking carbolic acid while the play was In progress Voting Machines Usad St Paul Match 14Tbe municipal primary election to nominate candi dates to be voted for in May was held in St Paul The vote was compara tlvely light Voting machines were tried In two precincts and gave good i results A Fatal Fire Emporla Kan March HIn the de struction by fire of the home of Chas Grlmmett at Americus near here one of his children was burned to death another was fatally burned and Mrs Grlmmett seriously burned t I A Family Newspaper Eight Pages 1H I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I 11 I 11+1 e UJnIOKAwp M rarttASww twt rutOfl tuj0py- ti1 fArMhiJ rtart- APmtuaeurua a II 4fh a laobojy Jan 4 QSIDid you know that we issue money orders payable anywhere on the glob with out cost or trouble to the payee Our rates are lower than the post office or express company and the aerviae given is more satisfactory The following are our rates For sums not exceeding 5 3C Over 5 and not exceeding xo 5C Over jo II II II 208cOver 20 a u 30 loc Over 30 u u u 40120O- ver 40 t a u 50rncO- ver 50 tt a ti 6o18cO- ver 60 tr t tt 7520C I Over 75u u u loo25c Please cut this out for future i reference ashler y a s 4+ 1 AT WELCHS I motdependableinaMadison county Wo have the largest and most complete stock in this and adjoining counties bought for spot cash no time or ClothlngHardwarcearth a Druggist in charge BO that one Doctor never getcUfill another Doctors prescriptions Some of the Prices V j II Obelisk Flour 80 Gold Medal Flour 55 Moat I 25- vDry Salt Meat OS and 00 i 03orlforOSClairett iIvory Soap 05 or6 for 25 Sugar brown II oo Sugar granulated OftTomatoes os Studebaker Wagons und Oliver Plows and it look like everybody trades at t WELCHS rostosokororokotrotat oo ooooo o 0p A VtARE YOU COMING TO THE e 0 Iyo 1C iiWire Fence Plows Hose Hames Chains so 5bor Machinery and all the good things that I have for you i 11 llo I want your trade no matter who you are Ilif prices are not right do not Jjuy rI 4- a 0 a- io r fA P SETTLE Jrjo JC 0 o Phone 40 o7mto11o110itoklolgo tojgo1lo91011011011olloif11o11bo1to11tlpq ppRekoN N t ill L Under the Red Robe BrSTANtEf J WEYHAN J OopiKM UN b+ ItWerJSvrrm CHAPTER III COJCTIKUED The dumb mat had besides the lanthorn n bowl of water and a p1 of rag In his hand lie set them dow and going out again fetched In a stoat Then lie hung up the lanthorn on Ball took the bowl and rag and Invited tae to sit down I ws loth to lot him touch mo but be continued to stand over me point tug and grinning with dark persistence and rather thin stand on a trifle I sat down at last tad save him his way tie bathed iv tad carefully enough and I dare say did It good but I unJer stood I knew that his only deslro was to learn whether tho cut was real or a pretense I began to fear him moro and more smT until lie was gone from the room dared scarcely lift my taco lest ho should read bo much In It Alone even I felt uncomfortable This seemed so sinister a business and so 111 begun I was In the house and the dumb mans oyes full of sus picion and menace When I presently got up and tried my door I found It locked Tbo room smelled dank and close like a vault I could not see thraash the barred window but I could hear the boughs weep It In ghostly fashion and I guessed that It looked out where the wood grew close to tho walls of the house and that eves In the day the sun never peeped through It Nevertheless tired and worn out I slept at last When I awoke the room was full of gray light the door stood open and Louts looking ashamed of blmself waited by my pallet with a cup of wine In his hand and some bread and fruit on a platter Will Monsieur be good enough to rise he said It Is eight oclock Willingly I answered tartly Now that the door is unlocked He turned red It was an oversight he stammered dim Is accu tomed to lock tho door and he did It Inadvertently forgetting that there was any ono Inside I said dryly Precisely Monsieur Ah I replied Well I do not think tho oversight would please Ma dam de Cocheforet If she beard of u If Monsieur would have tho kind ness not toM- ention It my good fellow I answered looking at him with mean lag as I rose No but It must not occur again- I saw that this man was not like Lion He had the instincts of lha family servant and treed from tho In fluence of darkness felt ashamed of his conduct While he arranged my clothes he looked around the roost with an ate of distaste and muttered once or twice that the furniture of the principal chambers was packed awayM de Cochoforct Is abroad I think I said an I dressed And likely to remain there the man answered carelessly shrugging his shoulders Moniteur will doubtless have heard that he U In trou ble In the meantime tho house U trlste and Mooslour must overlook much If he stays Madam lives ret- Ired and the roads are Illmade and visitors few When rho lion was Ill the Jackals left him I said Louis nodded It Is true ho an lowered simply lie made no boast or brag of his own account I noticed and it came home to mo that he was a faithful fellow such as 1 love I questioned him discreetly and learned that ho and Clon and an older man who lived over the stables were the only male servants left of a great household Madam her elhtcrlnIaw and thnw women completed the tam fly It look me some time to repair my wardrpt3 so that I daro say it was nearlj ton when I left my dismal little room f found Louis waiting In the corridor and he told mo tha Madam de CottMforet and mademoiselle were In the rosegarden and would bo pleased 11 receive me I nodded and ho guide me through several dim pas ages to A parlor with an open dqor through nhlch the sun hone gaily Cheered fir the morning air and this sudden dtogo to pleasantness and life I stepped ghtly out The two ladles wcro walking up and down a wiite path which bisected tho garden the weeds grew rankly in the gravel underfoot tho rosebushes vrhlchbordcred tho walk thrust their branches here and there In untrained freedom a dark yew hedge which formed the background bridled with rough shoots and wily needed trim ming Dut I did not seo any of these things then The grace the noblo air the distinction of the two rumen who pawl slowl to meet mo and who shared these qualities greatly as they differed In othersleft no power to no Uce trifles Mademoiselle was a head shorter than her belle wear A slender woman and petite with a beautiful face and a talc complexion oho walked with dignity but beside madams stately tgnri rhb nccaod almost childish And U was characteristic of the two that mademoiselle as thoy draw near to me regarded md wits vorMwful Attention madam with a grave smile I bowed low They returned the salute This is my sister Madam do Cocheforet said with a alight air of condescension Will you please MonsieurI of the nam of my mother My own by a possl Dusty might be known Madams face wore a puzzled look I do not know your name I think she said thoughtfully Doubtless ahe was going over in her mind all tho names with which conspiracy had mad her familiar That Is my misfortune Madam I said humbly Nevertheless I IUD going to you she rejoined itlll eyeing me wit some keenness Im glad to see that adn may yo mindaI 1 do not think that I hurt the man seriously I stammered I do not refer to that she an swered coldly You know or should know that we are In dlsgraco here that tho government regards us already with an evil eye and that n very small thing would lead them to garrison the village and perhaps oust us from the little tho wars have left us You should have known this and considered It she continued Whereas I do not say that you aro a braggart M de Darthe But on this one occasion you seem to have played tho part of one Madam I did not think I stam meredWant of thought causes much evil sho answered smiling However I have spoken and we trust that while you slay with us you will bo more careful For the rest Monsieur she con Unued graciously raising her hand to prevent me speaking wo do not know why you uro here or what plans you are pursuing Aud we do not wish to know It Is enough that you aro of our side This house is at your service as long ac you please to use it And If wo can aid you in any other way wo will do so- Madam I I exclaimed and there I stopped I could not say any more Tho rosegarden with Its air of neglect the shadow of the quiet house that fall across It the great yow hedge which backed it and was the pattern of one under which I had played In childhood all had points that pricked me But the womens kindness their unques tioning confidence the noble air of hospitality which moved them Against these and their placid beauty In Its peaceful frame I had no shield I turned away and feigned to bo over come by gratitude I have no words to thank you I muttered presently I am a little shaken this morning 1 pardon me We will leave you for a while Mademoiselle de Cocheforet said In gentle pitying tones The air will revive you Louis shall call you when we go to dinner M de Barthe Come Elise I bowed low to hide my face and they nodded pleasantly not looking closely at meas they walked by me to the house I watched the two gracious palerobed figures until the doorway swallowed them and then I walked away to a quiet corner where the shrubs grew highest and the yew hedgo threw its deepest shadow and I stood to think They were strange thoughts I remember I If the oak can think at the moment the wind uproots It or the gnarled thornbush when the landslip tears it from the slope they may have such thoughts I stared at the leaves at tho rotting blossoms Into the dark I cavities of the hedge I stared mechanically dazed and wondering What was the purpose for which I was here What was the work I bad come to do Abovo all how my God how was I to do It in the face of these helpless women who trusted me who opened their house to meT Clon had not frightened me nor the loneliness of tho leagued village nor the remoteness of this corner where the dread cardi nal seemed a name and the kings writ ran slowly and the rebellion long quenched elsewhere still smouldered But madams pure faith the younger womans tenderness how was I to face these 1 cursed the cardinal I cursed the English fool who brought me to this I cursed the years of plenty and scarce ncas and the Quartler Manila and Za tons whero I had lived like a pig and A touch fell on my arm I turned It was Clon How he had stolen up no quietly how long he had been at my elbow I could not tell But his eyes gleamed spitefully In their deep sockets and bo laughed with his fleshless lips and I hated him In the daylight the man looked more like a deathshead than ever I fancied I read in his face that be know my secret and I flashed Into rage at bight of him What is It 1 cried with anoth er oath Dont lay your corpsoclaws onmellie at me and bowing with Ironical politeness pointed to the house Is madam served I said impatiently crushing down my anger Is that what you mean fool lie nodded Very well I retorted I can find my way then You may got He foil behind ant I strode back through the sunshine and flowers and along the gnwugrown paths to the door by which I had coma 1 walked font but nls shadow kept paco with me driving on the strange thoughts In which I had been indulging Slow ly but surety It darkened my mood After all thin was a little little place the people oho lived herei snruggod my Bhoulder Franco power plav ure life lay yonder in the city A boy ciutht wreck himself hero for fancy a mia of the world never When I entered tbo room vt cre the two radiU Moort waiting for mi liy the table I wn myself again Cljn mad you understand then D the younger woman said kindly Yes Mademoiselle I answered On which Isaw the two smile at oneI another and I added Ho Is a Mrang creature I wonder you ran War to youePoor matt You do not know his etcry madrm said have head something of It I an swered Louis told mo Well I do cbullr at him one times she ffp Ill in a low voice He useBut I wish it hnd beer on tiny ether service Spies are necessary things hat one docs not wMi to have to do vtbout them Anything lit the nature horriblehcognac if you have any there mademoiselle ex arestillufeeling Ill Monsieur No I thank you I muttered hoarsely making an effort to recover myself I am QuIto welL It was aa- laId wound that sometimes touches ma CHAPTER IV MADAM AND MADEMOISELLE- To be frank however It was not the old wound that touched me so nearly but madams words which finishing what Clona sudden appearance In the garden had begun went a long way towards hardening me and throwing mo back Into myself I saw with bit terness what I had perhaps forgotten for a momenthow great was the chasm which separated me from these women how Impossible it was we could long think alike how far apart In views in experience in alms we were And while I made a mock in my heart of their highflown sentiments or thought I didI laughed no less at the folly which had led me to dream even for a moment that I could at my age go backgo back and risk all for a whim a scruple the fancy of a lonely hour- I I dare say something of this showed TUB ROUND TABLE In my face for madam eyes mirrored a dim reflection of trouble as sho looked at me and mademoiselle ate nervously and at random At any rate I fancied so and I hastened to compose myself and the two In pressing upon me the simple dantles of the table soon forgot or appeared to forget the incident Yet in spite of this contretemps that first meal bad a strange charm for me The round table whereat we dined was spread inside the open door which led to the garden so that October sunshine fell full on the spotless linen and quaint old plate and the fresh balmy air filled the room with the scent of sweet herbs- Byandbye as the meal went on as Louis trod to an fro across the polished floor and the tact insects of summer bummed sleepily outside and the two gracious faces continued to smile at mo out of the qloom for the ladles sat with their backs to the doorI began to dream again I began to sink again Into oily that was half pleasure half pals The fury of the gaming honae and the riot of Za tons seemed far away Tho triumphs of the fencingroom even they grew cheap and tawdry I thought of ex istence as one outside it I balance thin against that and wondered whuti er after all the red soutane were bi much better than the homely Jerkin or the fame of a day than case and safetyAnd life at Cocheforet was all after the pattern of this dinner Each day I might almost say each meal gave rise to tho same sequence of thought In Clons presence or when tome word of madams unconsciously harsh re minded mo of tho distance between us I was mpielf At other times in faco of this peaceful and intimate life which was only rendered possible by tho remoteness of the place and the peculiar circumstances in which the la dies stood I felt a strange weakness The loneliness of the woods that en circled the house and here and there afforded a distant glimpse of snowclad peaks the absence of any link to bind me to the old life so that at intervals It seemed unreal tho remoteness of the great world all tended to sap my will and weaken the purpose which had brought mo tq this place On the fourth day after my coming however something happened to break the spell It chanced that I camo late hasUlrandfind madam and her sister already talkingInevery mark of disorder In their appearance while Ion and Louis stood at Caecalud I had time to no M this anti then my cntrauco wrought a sudden change Clon and Louis sprang to Attention madam and her sister came to the table and sat down and mado a shallow pretense of being at their ease But mademoiselles taco was pale her band trembled and though madams greater selfcommand enabled her to carry off the matter better I saw that she was not herself Once or twice she spoke harshly to Louis she fell at other times into a brown study and when she thought I was not watching her her face wore a look of deep anxiety I wondered what all this meant and I wondered more when after the meal the two walked In the tardon for an hour with Clou Mademoiselle came from this Interview alono and 1 was sure that she had been weeping Madam and the dark porter stayed outside some time longer then she too came In and disappeared Clon did not return with her end when I went into the garden five minutes later Louis also had vanished Save for two women who sat sewing at an upper window the house seemed to bo deserted Not a sound broke tho afternoon stillness of room or garden and yet I felt sure that more was hap pening in this silence than appeared on tho surface I begun to grow curious suspicions and presently slipped out myself by way of the stables and skirt- Ing the wood at the back of the house gained with n little trouble the bridge which crossed the stream and led to the village Turning round at this point I could see the house and I moved a little aside Into tho underwood and stood gating at the windows trying to unriddle the matter It was not likely that M do Cocheforet would repeat his visit so soon and besides the womens emotions had been those of pure dismay and grief unmixed with any of the satisfaction to which such a meet Ing though snatched by stealth would give rise I discarded my first thought therefore that ho had returned un expectedlyand I sought fur another solution To De Continued Lostna rtatr lIeA girl loses her hair earlier than does a nun SheWell why shouldnt abet When she has to give a lock of it to every Tom Dick and Harry she meets at the summer resortYonk- era Statesman Intii the Third and the Fonrlh Helen was in the tablt of saying her prayers at her grandmothers knee but as she heartily disliked goI- ng to bed the summons to prayer was not a very welcome one At first she contented herself with Invoking the Creators blessings upon tho ammo diate family but with her growth In wisdom she conceived the Idea of postponing her bedtime by lengthen Ing her prayers The lengthening pro cess began with the aunts uncles and cousins then Intimate friends e nnalllshereached the very end of her list she said God bless Mrs Brown God bless Mr Brown Grandma have they got a dog UpplncottB Magazine Lnnrtinirnn Ijrnornncr Capt Kaempf of the Deutachlaal wm entertaining a little group of passengers with sea stories Why is It said Capt KAomvf that landsmen are so Ignorant of the sea r Seamen are not so Ignorant of the land It Is only In fact throut to knowing tho land well enough to avoid It that seamen keep their ships afloat But landsmens Ignorance of the sett- t Is deplorable- In Bremen one day I saw a farmer looking nt the shipping in the harbor A longshoreman was explaining tile shipping to him Finally I heard the longshoreman say It is low water now sir The farmer took his pipe out of his mouth and pointed Jt solemnly tit wards a hcavllylodcn tramp steamer that was passing Its a good thing for that venae going past that It Is low water he raid The waters near over the else of her now Louisville Courier Journal Not a n antr A citizen who baa been visiting the Adlronrack region tells a new story of Ralph Waldo Emerson who at one time made n stay of some time in the section named This guide named Steve was asked what sort of impres lion the sage of Concord had made upon the natives Well sir sail Stove ho was a gentleman every Inch of him as nlcto a chap M youd care to sec pleasant and kind Am ho was a scholar too alliw flggo tn studyin and wrltln though we tW think hed had a bettor time ahuntln an aflshln but elr Im here to state that ho was tho allflredst homeltttt critter for his age that ever came Into these woods Her Eiertenv- Star of my life whispered the lovelorn youthIAnd what star would you call mrP asked thn beautiful girl Venus Bewitching entrancing Venus But I would rather be Saturn Why my fair oner Because Saturn gets a new afros occasionallyFrom I he changed the subject to clouds and eald he thought It was going to rain Chlcaqo News Its Ilettrr tc T Mrs Bender Yes I couldnt abide the neighborhood It was so vn fashionable you know Mrs Harper And you could thUd theIC HAVE A FEED BOX Easy to Make and No Darn Should Be Without One Keeps the Mice Away Every farmer should have an arrangement for keeping feed In his stables Large bins are not desirable since they take up too much room It several kinds of food are kept Here with is pictured a very convenient feed box which may be maoe any size to suit conditions Two three or four compartments may bo made says tho lJTUB BOX IN rOSITION Orange Judd Farmer Sot the box on legs This has tho double advantage of making it more convenient and also keeping mice and rats from gnawing holes In the bottom A lid should be provided then if an animal gets loose In tho night ho will not be able to help himself and develop a case of acute indigestion The expense of making a box of this character is nominal A HORSE Some Plain Words and Suggestions by One Who Knows Whereof He Speaks when a man goes out nowadays to buy a rood horse be mutt take along from 160 to 200 Lets try to hue one to sell now and then It Is all right to sell the bert geld- Ings when it can be done to good ad vantage but dont sell the best mares It is like killing the goose that lays the golden egg but with the present scarcity and high prices many farmers have made this very mistake Only the choicest mares should be used for breeders If a colt is found to be very head strong throw hIm Bo kind and quiet but firm Put a good strong halter on him Take a strap with a ring In It and buckle It around the off fore leg just below the fetlock Joint Buckle a aur cingle around his body fasten one end of a rope to It and pass it through the ring In the strap Take your position on the right side of him bring the rope over his back from the off side and pull his foot up to his body and keep It there Pull his head around to you press against his body and repeat the words Lie downWhen he is down and has given up loose the rope handle him all over pet him and then tell him to get up This lesson seldom hu to be repeated It gives him to understand that you are his master and he will thereafter usually obey every sugges tionPut all the harness In good condi tins before the spring work cows on Farm Journal I SELFCLOSING DOOR Weight Pulley and Piece of Rope All That Is Needed to Make Door SelfOperative Many a good horse or other farm animal has been lost because or gt ting loose In the night and gaining access to the grain room or paIn chest In side doors will be left open sometime even If great care is taken Fit them to close automat ically and there will bo no risk nor need for cure says the Farm Journal The cut shows as easy way to make a door close of Itself The pulley may be made of a spool and a bit of wire The weight can be the kind used for window sashes as shown or any other heavy object may be used FARM NOTES A gasoline engine is economical and reliableSugar beets will grow and produce a fine crop in both sugar and quantity in soil with too much alkali for most other crops The greatest difficulty la snob soil is in securing a good stand ileA la a suggestion for a storm door that tt men folks can put on Wo have used it In our home for two years with groat comfort and satisfac tion At the lumber yard get what Is called composition board composed of thin strips of board between heavy paper Carefully mark this and saw it out to fit tho screen door Then tack it In place and the stoat door is made In the spring taco it off and save until the next fall Brooder Houses Moat brooder houses are too low They have so little air space that the air Is foul and the chicks do not thrive A reader writes to tbo Farm- and Home that she lost 800 chicks In one of these low houses built accord Ing to tho plans of a wellknown brooder manufacturer Be sure to g9l enough head room so you can stand erect In any part of the bourn In a aciniarid climate Jooprootlng grasses are better than lyarfacefecdlng grasses o PROFITABLE BEE ITHE Suggestions Which I Are Specially Pertinent at Thl0 lime The boney bee la a benefactor to our race lice culture requires BO outlay for land upon which to raise crops for no plant has as let boon discovered that Is profitable to grow for honey aloneThe bee takes nothing from the fer tUlly of tho soil but gives it one of the greatest fertilizer known Iho cloven which would become extinct wore It not for the twos work In fertilizing the bloomWith a favorable location and a natural ability and Inclination for tbe business there 1s no qnestlon about beekeeping being one of the most prof itable pursuits Some folks who have kept bees did not succeed on account of the moth worm But worms very rarely If over destroy a colony of bees In normal coo dltlonA colony harboring a defective queen or no queeo at all will sooner or later succumb to the awful enemy unless helped by the apiarist A colony of bow will no more thrive without a queen than will plants with out sunshine or moisture Bees will sometmea ball their ens queen and kill her either because there Is something wrong with her or for the reason that she has been handle and thus required a strange scentBeginners should start with one or two colonies and increase as they learn how to handle and profit by them Bee culture requires no great outlay of strength at any lime but to bo sue eesstul there must be a faithful per formance of many little details There Is much moro In a colony of bees than the honey and wax they rep resent They otter to any Intelligent and Inquisitive mind a rich field of thoughtNature is rich In resources and the honey bees are In close relation with it Farm Journal- WETLAND HIVE STAND Arrangement by Which the Hives Can Be Placed at Any Eleva tion Above a Flood In answer to the question asked by a correspondent M to the care of hives on low lands subject to floods write an Iowa correspondent I would tug goat the plan shown in tho accompany tag drawing When the floods approaches send the negroes who ho says are ofttrld ot the bees to the windlass and wind up the hives to an elevation above the langerllne and replace pin H to hold the hives In an elevated position until after abate f TIIB lUVK BUDVATOIL went then let them down again and the bees go on as It nothing had oc curredIn on tho contrivance the editor of Gleanings In lice Culture says Tho elevator ulveetand is all right but altogether too expensive for the purpose There Is not enough profit In beekeeping to have cogwheels pulleys ant ropes and we must reduce everything down to the aim plest point possible It the locality Is liable to be Inundated better by far make hlvestanda sufficiently large In carry 15 or 20 hives with a platform elevated above highwater mark the year round I found IUc12 hlveatanda In California some of them six or eight feet high They were cheaply con structed out of fencepost with crosn bare suitably brand Each stand would hold from 26 to 50 colonies placed In two row with an alleyway between for tho apiarist to use Getting Did of Quack My way of working quack grass In this vicinity Is to plow shallow soon after harvest and It very soddy use n breaking plow which leaves tho sod smooth Then before It freezes wo crossplow with a disk plow which will bare tho sods loose and pulverize 1e then take a eprln tooth harrow and work the ground down smooth anti are ready for a crop In the spring For small patches of quack grass saya the Orange Judd Farmer we cover with straw or any litter watching with cam that any leaves of the plant do not appear for a year Unprofitable Hens Peter Tumbledown told mo Uinf hf could not see why his hens would not lay He keeps feed before them all the time T went Into his henS houses to see what kind of feed he gave It was bran mixed with cold water ark It was frozen solid It hut to stay by them for It was j+ 0 hard they could not eat it People might as well kcerv mongrel hens If they are poing to gtve mongrel emreFarm Jonanah Giving Liquid Modicln My way when giving llqulil rne4l+ j clone Is to take a piece of rubber about 15 inches long tie U on theItneck of a bottle and put tho end ot hose down the animate throat Thera U then no danger nt getting glass in I the mouth Regular Attention Regular attention to all llviVixk and especially to fattening fines livery Important With sul1ty noth ing is forgotten and noting u dolts twice over + r t lIItIIII r IIIIII I N1t1stItIIB- oronr Ky Fob 24 1000 To the Mountain lloyn and GlrU In lletn vlflltlllgJJolcntOOI1Y long and it will bo impossible for mo to see you all I feel liko writing you a lotter Many of tho young people from tho mountains who have been fortui unto enough to got an education i tho pool have loft and gone to mak their homes in some moro favoro suction Why Hhould they do 80f The mountains aro indeed a great place and tho mountain people are a great people I BOO dear friend in tho near future c ear an the noonday Him a now Kentucky And whom do I se it 1 Isec it in tho foothills of tho Cumoollandmountolna Truo indeed wo aro not blessed with BO much wealth as our cousins in the bluo grass country Our land boneyDutgrass is thinking what the xprin style of overcoats is going to ho or s whero ho is going to spend next Sunday the mountain boy is think- Ing how ho can bettor hip condition socially morally politically ondroo ligiously Wha God has withhold from us of material wealth BO tar as dollars and upInforesight to do nomcthing and bo something in this life and secure tho greatest blessings in tho lifo to como And M tho mountain boy plows his iihortlcggod mulo around tho hill side I daro tiny that ho sees fartlt into tho future than his seemthg more fortunate cousin While we maynot bo as cultured as some wo are not uneducated In almost every town of four hundred or more inhabitants thoro is n good school Our public schools aro better our teachers aro bettor and our schools are better attended I am speaking from actual observation having taught in both sections n- l a had the opportunity to me-u Iurutho BUCCOMS of the schools in hot sections lnomJl to show our Yankee spirit in tho race for honors let us stay at home and develop our own country Qor Wm Bradley recently sal Tho reason Kentucky has HO few men is that she has furnished IINomany for other states and I feel 4 that this especially applies to the mountain region Why should wo leave tho morn talus f I would rather have a sharo in tho beginning of n good goner Lion of people than in tho ending Thoro is no bettor place Tho God of nature has in many respects I made this tho garden spot of tho world Ho has placed hero airf rippling waters broadcoafield blooming forests green pasture huds and rockribbed Gibraltar mountains raising their hoary Lends heavenward upliftman among men Young man and young woman youboroyour education I want to BOO you all return to your mountain homes full orbed welldeveloped men BmlI women I want to see you begin your lifes work there I want to seo cottaghomesgrass growing in tho yards and beau tiful flowers waving by tho paths Your friends expect groat things of you Your county expects great things of you Your atato expects great things of you Your country t 1expects great things of you us bo up and doing Let us s bo men and women in tho highest I and truest souse of the term Let us make church and school houso the landmarks in every county in every communityLetgood Lot us do all we can todovel op our country Lot us do all wo nip to help our fellow man and by HO wo will best ourselves i tbolmotlntalnoor hits made such a people possible i Very respectfully CorEtTo Kentucky Female Orphan School Graduates I I All graduates of tho above named are requested to send nainoj dInd address to Principal K F that ouch may receive an invita thou to a house party to be given tho j Alumnm in Send name favorattendancePrin K F 0 SPI I History of the Eighth Kentucky Thrilling Story of the Part this Gallant Regiment Took in Our Civil WarI r CIIAPTEII III Continued Tho 3d day of May Colonel Barnes with tho balance of tho reg Ihient able for duty except Captain doubloIo cats were soonI oil at Wartrace Company K with baggage wagons arrived in a few Illtbo osier rise tour companies tin Major Broadhus a low days after I the regiment Company C Captain Wilson commanding was do inched to guard the railroad brlcl go over Duck lUver about ono inilo south of Wartraco and Company H Captain Winbourn commanding to othe bridge over Carters Crook ono laUor1lllaco I ing abattis and otherwise fortifying against cavalry Per tho first two weeks of our stay hero BOJDO rebel bangitry g and McMiunvillo kept our pickets j on tho qui vive almost nightly ox peeling an attack thoIFourth Kentucky Cavalry encamped also at Wartraco succeeded in pickj hag up a taw rebel prisoners Scout jug patties from tho Eighth plea oc usighonIi sitiout stumps t groundsColored surrounding country in their wellmeant zeal to be of service to us often came at night to our camp with alarming re ports that a body of rebel cavalry wero shout to attack us These roo ports generally proved to bo union id timelyIIIily no Citrichrs icl Dlbrclls cavalry wore only five miles probedan bythocitizens living roar us gave Dibrell intendeddat lay ou thoir arms behind tho rail embankment all that night however and rather anxious to bo attacked and our cavajry reinforcement returned to camp also disappointed This Company II to which tho author belonged kept silent anehelf on guard at a time during the night as long as wo remained here with the othor half dressed with accoutrements buckled on ready for instant action But tho oftthreatened attack never camo while wo remained At dusk on the evening of the Oth May Colonel Barns soul a squad of cowpauyicompstouy in capturing a rebel surgeon who had remained in tho neighborhood since the little fight hero two weeks boforo Tho cavalry had twice run him from his homo into a heavy wood none aud tailed to effect his capture I select lrlmtcsDenultltwo others We proceeded In com pany with tho cavalry On tho way etoPlipal ro Dr Nuson lived Yes sah hes olo llIursrnonlaw an hos do berry Said I Do you know if hos at homo or notP Yes mars I speck hes lull 1 gujdheT to The Taking Cold Habit The old cold goes a new one quickly comes Its the story of a weak throat weak lungsra tendency to consumption Ayers Cherry Pectoral breaks up the takingcold habit It strengthens soothesIII fIPpromptlyevery part t did ol errul work for mu +tnJILois ToledoObloI Alto brJ O JLJST Co xawHXtl ers IIPIW h r 11 witherills Ia tho doctors house which was pitiintod 1 near allow pike road while tho in fantry accompanied by the guido throughheism a t ar of tho premises Attar properly deploying behind the garden fence tho preconcerted signal was given to the cavalry which charged down tho rough pike making a terrible clatter At the samo time wo rushed eavnglooking of the lays who succeeded in thrusting his bright steel bayonet through the savage beast null left him bonll piteously As we closed up around the Muse 1 met the object of our search at tho hack door dressed iu his night clothes with an overcoat and a quilt on his arm Ho was about to jump out into the darkness when ho caught sight of my pmtol and heard my command to succeed about the slums time Ho said suppose I shall hero to as you have the drop on me Throe of us entered tho house with the prisoner where he was allowed to dross This suet den und somewhat noisy proceeding with continued deafening howls tho dog had frightened the two w IfI men and other gentleman very uuic After assuring them no ono should bo hurt I naked for all tho firearms silent the place They at first d nisi having any except tho pistol taken from the doctor But when informed that n search would niacin Mrs Nsaid she hud a litl ladys pistol which proved to be a goodsized five shooter ready capped and loaded I informed her that if that was tho kind of jewelry that was fashionable with the Southern ladies we wero decidedly opposed to it and took the pistols sell placed thom and the doctor in charge of the cay airy who reported to Colonel llnrn As we left the premises wo hoard our black guide trying to suppress hisi laughter being hid near the road About the 12th May tho small p broke out among tho soldiers of the regiment but the prompt anti di oious management of Surgeon Stills prevented it from spreading aud Iyconfined it to the five first cases Alter our fortifications wero com pletcd the regiments duty consists principally guard duty and art Lieutenant Colonel May generally conducted the battalion drills of tho headquortolllIdIfat tho bridges improved much in company drill But as tho rush only made a taw short visits to hen quarters during tho six weeks we reo maincd at Wartraco many interesting events of personal adventure by th part of tho command cannot be given and I shall only give n sew relating to Company II Our tents wore pitched in 1 crook bottom where tho laud h many years before been cleared timber spa well set in grass The cows of the entire neighborhood at large and about onohalf of them wore At night tho noise the bolls on cattle trying to browse on our drill ground annoyed us so much that wo notified the citizen to keep them away or we migliCbo forced to shoot them Our greatest danger was attack from cavalry an quietude enables n sentinel to her tho trampling horses a great distance After wo suppressed the cons seemed that as soon as night spree its shades over earth every worthless cur within five miles and there wero many tried to mako night hideous with barking and howling Many those halfstarved whelps cumt+ nightly to our camp on the hunt for waste grub Anxious as wero the boys to shoot thorn it could not be vupa half miles distant therefore dur ing the day many little piles of sloeo wore placed convenient for use after dark In two weeks it was portcctlSsafe for n stranger to ghatduty as a watch dog An Kxtrn Semluii of Clio LrRUIiituro An extra session of tho Legislature wua called by Governor Beckham just as the houses wore on the pointt of adjournment The call was based n the failure to pass n law taxing and in tho call tho nor lays the blame for this failure oUI tho whiskey lobby that has boon so active during this session and all past The cull is crisp and the oint and will strengthen Ooernorf with ellright minded It is possible that u supple tory proclamation may call for legislation to do away with lobbies aud also to enact insurance legisla All honor to Governor Bock amITo buy a WANTEDIcard to W ILLINOIS NEWS- IIOtlltliNIOUOLA COUNTY March 12Moving seems to bo tho principle occupation In this local ity though the roads aro in badcou dition and the mud knee deep nighttheroill depth This covered up the mud but it is not cold enough for ti ground to freeze amid it is almost im possible to travel Scarlet fever is bating but school has not been re sumed yotW A Lewis is ill this writing B C Martin visit Mr Lewis Saturday Mrs Nana J Martin visited Mrs Martha 1 Winkle ThursdayJ D Martin und Georgo Powell visited B C Martin SunllayJ C McGuiro amid Phillips are well satisfied with the now tarn They have rented acres moro land They want ti Citizen sent to Nokomis to mako it moro homo like to them pgTuCnLt HOIWIAH COUNTY March 12therc is a largo snow at this writing It is tho large snow we have had this winter T farmers hero thought that plow time had almost como but this dont look BImuch like itTho movers hero a having bad Weather for moving CartwrightIcolIersionsDuolllartin bought a horse from A S Hartman for 125 Thin following pupils of Crawls 11 school passed central examination Mabel Early Berths Campbell Reca Early Clem Campbell and Lawrence Stevenson Duel Martin was iu Tuscoltt Tuesdayon business TUB cola people were greatly shocked on I Wednesday to learn that John Liud- e soy had drowned himself in n water hug trough at his barn yard about a mile west of this city He left t apparentlylobody was found in the icy cold wet by his grandson Ralph Lindsay is thought that the act was caused by brooding over the fate of his son prhatthOlpitallis about two weeks ago Mr Liud soy was a faithful Christian workers sell wilt be missed by all who know himThu graduating class at Tv cola high school will bo smaller year than for several years there xing only eight pupils iu the class Richard Garrett arrived late Monday evening with his last load of house hold goods Ho says the roads r simply awful Duel Martin camo down to W C Martins farm the other dRY after some plows and ho necessaryIIMartin expects to start in school shortly after being absent for quite a while W II Day will work for fuel Martin this year notdone copytTuesday and no change am bo promised later than Wednesday ran mi LIFE prominentfdruggift Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer testimonials in addressing the public rlbut the above remark and arde Hon with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note From i fancy to oldage Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im roper and weak development restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing The action of cotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emu sion itself What it doea it does throughnourish the kind of nourish ment that cannot be ob tamed in ordinary food system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good it We will und you a sample free B tux that this pclva In lh wuppuofbur SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl SUNY SOc and I aU dtaaWs LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect Jan 1190 DillImIta m mIeGoing North Train 2 Dally Leave Borea 124 pn Arrivo Hicllmond200 p t pdm- 1C in ttyGoing South Train 3 Dally Leavo Borca124 p m Arrive Knoxvilo 810 p m Dailyal mIe3carDug and Knoxville In both direction Train nunt Sleeplnairnga villr irUrath direction Agenthoz Ysrrrrrrrrryrrrrrrrrrrrr Ii iIRent Cheap f I vv to A nice little Cottage tr g House of four rooms on jJto tor address Sj s it G DHQLLIDAY i AGENTly 5 Q 1 QrItA miAKAKTKicu CVHK rou 1111 DrugglaOINTIUNT false to cure In u to 14 day yx FOR RENT Rooms for rent well located an ventilated Enquire of C C Iihodu- a y = SALEbeou Jacks Will sell or exchange for other property J HERNDON 8 miles from Borca 0tho Richmond Pike Call at T J Molrerleys and see the best line of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS HARNESStyou a tsiinduce11 T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky moneydoes 1 s Try a box of IUNSURPASSA8LE JOESSole t Richmond Ky Phono 3H MonumentsURNS STATUARY OF Granite and Marble Monumental work ofallkinds done in a workmanlike manner at reasonable dispatchAU Golden Flora RICHMOND KY W Corner of Main and Collins Streets pcw0 Dr W G BEST tlIDENTIST Office over Post Office c S Ra BAKER Dentist IjOrrlCDPrinting Office BEREA KY II Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without pain Somnofermi R B ROBERTS Real Estate Agent and Abstractor of Deeds OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Cttlit Hour tense U to 12 n a Farms town property etc for sale or to rent Call and see ma if you wish to buy or sell property Real Estate IS ON THE RUN J 100tiacres adjoining the one sold Two miles from Beoea College 30acres la the rest cleared This land is worth 20 an sere but I will sell it for 1250 Very good house good hare good water This iabargain Call at once on J P BICKNELL Berea Ky zoEAST END r MEAT MARKET Beefe i GroceryStart 4 IiGroceries andon t save money I 1t BeF HARRISON 1 Phone 106 5 KEEP CLEAN and get your clothes cleaned anti pressed by J C BURNAM- The Writ End Barber Shop Phone 67 uOc a suit is all it will cost you Chicago Tailoring Company J Mr W L Planery represents this well known tailoring company In Berea and will fit you to stylish clothing of the best material andImade to order at the most reason able prices See him before youIorder a ready made sui- tSELFHEATING TIIK MOXITUH SAD IRON Fully guaranteed A fast seller Agents wanted in every locality apply at once to the Monitor Iron Co Big Prairie Oh- ioTOLEDO DETROIT ASH MICHIGAN POINTS Itnirlml Direct 5 In CHDliThe Short Line From Cincinnati Finely equipped trains Leave at convenient hours Making connectionsrWith all Southern Lines All ticket agents will Sell you through tickets See that they read Via C H Ie D B GALLOWAY Gen Pus Aft Cincinnati Ohio Li L The Citizen An Independent Fsrally Newspaper FublUhfd Beery ThntMlay at Bereft Ky BEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor and Mgr Subscription Ratos rATAbLE IN ADVAXCC one Year It 00 six months oo Three months tb Rnd money by rottofllro Money Order ht- IrOl Money Oroer Chock Drutt Urtlmered Letter or onu and two tent stamps The date aftf your name shows to what date ofmngrfWithinotlfy us- Suhwrlbers wlihlng Till Crmrx stopped poet notify ni at the expiration of mb terlptlon iMfing all arrears otherwhe we shall entklar that thor wish It continued adJrtNo11lnarfatslntnomben due to wrappers comingua I upliedAgent wanted In every lofllty Write tot term i Anyone sending ui four yearly tub rorlpUoni receive Tilt CITUIK tree tot Dill tear b JIPerpetuating Estates One of tho chief sources of dissatis faction with Great Britain among our revolutionary forbears was the law of entail which prevented the distribu lion of estates created a wealthy and privileged class and deprived every other class of hope and ambition Even Lord Bacon said that money vs like a compost heap which grew moro and more offensive until It was dis tributed but then produced every where fertility and beauty Entails are not prohibited In the constitution of the United States states the Chi cago Chronicle but they are abolished In Illinois and In almost every other state either by constitutional provi Ions or by statute It Is the sense of the American people that they aro contrary to public policy and inimical to freedom It is Important that there Should be laws against entails for otherwise we should certainly have r them In this country The instinct which originated them In England cen tunes ago Is firmly fixed In human nature and is as powerful among men of large estates today as It ever was Whenever one of them dies and his will Is published we discover that the strongest desire he hai In death was to preserve his fortune Intact and pass it on unimpaired to his descendants He bequeathed the bulk of It to as few people as possible and even then puts U In tho hands of trustees so that It may continue under one management and retain its unity as long as possible If tho law permitted It he would bequeath It all In fee tall male just as his ancestors did In England or some other European country The evil of keeping a large fortune Intact is just as great when It Is voluntary as when It Is Involuntary and the evil all grows out of the fact that the man who Inherits a fortune Is an entirely different character from the mad who makes it and that the fortune Itself la the hands of its founder plays an en tirely different part In civilization from what It does In the hands of his progeny A citizen ot Colorado has offered 2500 in prizes for growing on acre of grain from choice selected seed consid ering quantity and quality to the school boya and girls of that state under 18 years of age The Journal of Education says this Is the first offer of the kind but It Is the beginning of a line of In spirational prizes that Is likely to become common before long Booker T Washington is In New York t cIty urging upon negroes the necessity i ft working for practical and not izng inaryneeds In that cUr there are 66000 r negroes and Prof Washington Is devoting t his time In the line of widening their led of employment Stop talking poli- Itlcs and work is the burden of his ad vice to his colored brethren An Italian resiueut of Tennessee has been having a tobacco dispute with Congressman John Wesley Gaines pad threatens to defeat that gentleman at the next congressional election On hearing of this Mr Gaines remarked gently Defeat me Why If that np paritlon appears In my district I will choot him full of holes and kill him 1 will shoot him full of holes aud kill him every day for a week if necessary I isurely commiserate the gentleman after the third day said Congressman Cousins who stood near by American farmers last year furnished s the capital to start 1764 new national banks all for service of rural communi ties The American farmer Is an Industrial t prince Farmers are 35 per cent ot 7Surtotal population a number unequaled Jjy the raembersof any other vocation A womans magazine says Tho Bridegroom is usually the most depress- Ing feature at a modern wedding Sure It makes him feel glum and moody to see all the female kisses wasted on the bride iAmooting or reunion ot tho graduates deaf mute school was held In a west ern city recently and an account of the proceedings was sent out to newspapers by a local scribe This account conj gained a careful list of speakers After reading the weddirg announce pleats In a newepaper a woman always turns to the court news to see how many divorce eulto hare been filed I ti n j CLAIMED BY BRYANITES Credit of the RailroadKate Issue Is Taken by Democrats In Congress From tho viewpoint of the political maneuvering one may applaud the claim of tho Democrats In congress and tho uso they are making of it that the railroad rate lasuo Is of Demo cratic parentage says tho Washing ton Star It may not bear the closest examination for tho populists were busy In that field yours ago But It is true that within the past few yoan the Bryan wing of the Democracy tak ing its cuo from Its leader has hail a good deal to say on tho subject ant as tho populists have all but entirely disappeared their Imprint is faln And anyhow Mr Bryan has always been half populist and may fairly maintain the right to dabble In pop ulist doctrine It Is to bo questioned however if those Republicans tare wise who are using Mr Bryan as a bugaboo In the premises who are Insisting upon a particular line ot conduct by assert ing that If that lino Is not taken smash Is just ahead for their party and Mr Bryan will be tho next presi dent of the United States To sound that note IB virtually to concede all that Is claimed for Mr Bryan by the most active of his supporters and as list them In their campaign for his rcnomlnallon For If only this rate bill stands between Mr and cerItalnThis is true for tho reason that no matter what bill may be passed by congress the railroads will challenge It In tho courts with the most for midable array of legal talent ever em played in this country If the bill holds then the Bryan I tea will quote Republicans as conceding that It was Bryan pressure that pasted It if it falls and other legislation is necessary then the Bryanltes will claim that they are the proper ones to give the people tho remedy required- It Is the duty of the Republicans to give the country a sound and sincere statute on this subject Whllo not the only Issue before the country It U perhaps the most Important of all at this time and certainly the ono most therejtorefidence If a coachandsix can ba driven through the law the team is nl ready to go through and If It does go through goodby to the men who shall have arranged tho opening TARIFF AND THE SOUTH Industrial Prosperity Chiefly Responsible for Protection Sentiment While some New Englanders are de mandlng tariff revision an Increasing number of enterprising and progressive men In the south are favoring adherence to the policy of a protective tariff The change in southern sentiment In this particular Is very noticeable and highly significant says tho Denver President Roosevelts RepublicanI larity in the south is no wonders among the people of that sec clop in respect to their attitude toward political Issues and parties Tho fact that the Republican party advocates protection and the further fact that Its most conspicuous representative at the present time is President Roosevelt makes many southern men feel more kindly toward the organization They may not be prepared to announce them selves as Republicans but they certain ly no longer look upon a southern Republican as a traitor to his section of the countryIndustrial development In the south Is however chiefly responsible for the growing sentiment in favor of protec 1productionI facturing class composed of both capitalists and laborers has developed In that section It Is but natural If these I people are as much In favor of protection as their competitors in other parts c of the country Pacification of Germany There will be no tariff war between j the United States and Germany This appears to be practically cer tain as a result of conferences at Washington between Secretary of State Root Secretary of the Treasury Shaw and Baron Speck von Stern berg tbo German ambassador It was made clear at these consultations that neither country desired to enter Into a profitless contest over the ques tion of tariff rates and that both par ties were In a conciliatory spirit At the same time the United States stood firm on the principle Involvedthat- It could not grant Germany any fa vors under tariff rulings that would not be given to other countries Cer tale provisions of the law may be In terpreted liberally but all must share alike In that Interpretation There seems to be no doubt that Germany will accept the situation and will not enforce Its new tariff In a way to dis criminate Injuriously against Ameri can ImportsTroy Times C7W J Bryan announces as one of the discoveries In his tour around the world that Japan Is the home of the earthquake And Bill he knows an earthquake when he meet one Kansas City World crperhaps It Is safe to admit that the tariff Is a tax The evidence Com Great Britain furnished through the New York Evening Post goes to show that It is a ta which the other fellow trust pay In order tovget tbe American markets and the Ameri can people are entirely willing to turn it that WIlT or Times iI Jt UJ11t tlfmtuiUl1i of an OOptlU iUgtl By SIGNOR CARUSO The Famous Italian Tenorj Is a singers life one of selfdenial Well that depends upon the singers voice upon his health and his circumstances For myself I cannot say that I have to deny myself many of the good things of life At first old at first it was quite different Voyczvou my father was so opposed to my singing he wouldnt hear of it and II never cared for anything else how could I when there was music But so the mother helped file and I got away and started first as choir singer then in opera in NaplesI shall never forget how the mother stood by and believed in my voice Even now when I sing a now part for the first time or am in poor voice or nervous I invoke her memory How could I sing otherwise But Im rambling on and not answering your questions at all Now to return to our muttons or rather our privations The greatest of these to me is the fact that the exigencies of my profession cut me off from much so cial enjoyment An opera sincrs life is a pretty busy oneconstant rehearsals daily practice the necessary rest and regular exercise only permit one to see ones friends on rare occasions Yes that is where the denial come infew visits and no social life entIare most must cannot to insult ones digestion you know it has too much to do with ones physiCalcondition and hence with ones vocal cords and ones income I never try a new dish on a day on which I am to sing but am con tent to eat what I know will agree with me and what has been cooked by my own chef Then I always cat moderately particularly when I am to sing at nighta breakfast of coffee rolls and fruit in the morning and luncheon at two oclock and then nothing until after the per formance This is not denying myself because my luncheon is hearty beginning with a chicken bouillon which I consider quite a meal in itself for it is made of the strongest kind of broth with a raw sirloin steak chopped very fine put in just before serving I never drink much wine but of course I have a liking for the Chianti which I grow and make myself at home During the day I drink plenty of more than the average American but cold water not watermuchI The singer whose voice is a gift of nature not a voip can enjoy in moderation most of the good things of lifer Many singers have evolved voices and built them up from almost nothing Theirs is certainly a life of constant watchfulness and selfrestraint for a draught a cold a bad attack of indigestion almost anything affects the voice then and years of labor go for nn ghtI1WI4nt 31a t11t uttrr- lIitt1 flip c liin1rr By J T GREIN London Merchant and Conaul of Congo State K Musical comedy as it has deteriorated of late is a bad influence on the masses because by its invasion of the theaters it teaches the public to accept a makebelief instead of art and to consider the playhouse a place where as the thinking is done by others it is unnecessary for them to think themselves There is no objection to musical comedy In general To my mind the GilbertSullivan operettas were musical comedies of the highest class and I could wish for no better or more intellectual entertainment The Geisha and one or two of the Gaiety pieces also had merit and pleasant music but latterly the liberettos have become utterly insane and copies of one another in different bindings and the music is frequently not above the level of the common musichall songs which are manufactured galore at a couple of guineas apiece- I will go further and assert that the merest tyro with a little mel ody in his composition and some elementary ability to strum the piano could dictate to a practical musician songs of a quality better than that of some of the songs which now emanate from socalled fa mous composers Sometimes 1 feel disposed to throw out a chal lenge on this score and if I could be sure of being judged without prejudice I am not so certain that the balance would not incline on my sideThe theater should be to extent a mirror of lifea mirror which reproduces faithfully or beautifully or humorously according to the wish of the creating artist but it must be a mirror of the finest make one which does not distort or render ugly that which in itself is not so In other words the modern theater should take to heart the doc realIIfirstrate comedycomedy that depicts the manners eyeIappreciate anything that is artistic provided the press does its duty and influenceIcan Americana urge Bit11 tqulunr By JERQME JEROME English Author j It seems to me that the American pep pie have been surfeited with hurnor So many brilliant men have writ ten and joked for them that they have become jaded I thought at first that the American sense ot hunter was radically less subtle than ours in England But now I know better It is simply overfed Mark Twain is I think the only living humorist of the old American school and he like Falstaff is growing old But the subtle touch that England likes still and America liked once is still his You rough with him now I think more from a sense of duty than a sense of the ridiculous You have grown tired and need coarser fare to stimulate your appetflc And Ive discov ered the cause of it too it is the comic supplement of the Sunday papersThe Sunday comic iVappalling The effect to reduce Junior to the terms of the meanest intelligence Ir that one result of democracy I wonder t y1 1 JL 11Jbti8 1C to IFREE TRADE RECOMMENDER- The Pet Aversion of Qov Folk of Kansas la Prosperity Pro moting Protection At a Democratic banquet In Kansas Qov Folk made a bitter attack upon tho protective tariff principle In his remarks on grafting ho spoke of tho tariff crattors with their nUUona of Illgotten wealth wrung from the pee I pie by means of special privileges given them by law Mr Folk says the SU Louis GlobeDemocrat baa harped on thrift robbers In previous speeches in Ohio and Massachusetts vltuIman because It Is tho direction In which ho could work tho greatest damage If he had tho power lie Is against all pro tectlon Ho would not resort to It to protect American wages or for any other purpose If tho mutter rested with him protection would bo wiped tiedIitsthe addition of abusive rancor Pro tection Is Folks pot aversion and ho bubbles over with epithets when he refers to It It Is a matter of consequence to put n distinct mark on polltlelins who have this capacity formtschlef to the countrys Industrial Interests and pros parity In most oases In those times Democratic speakers aro shy about coming out tlatfootod for trio trade They prefer to talk about tariff rovl slon or reciprocity But Mr Folk Will born and raised In a southern state where tho Democrats accept the South Carolina view that protection la something utterly depraved Mr Folk denounces It aa criminal as a robbery conducted by graftera loaded with Ill gotten wealth wrung from the pnopU by legalised special privileges lie has taken his stand fur absolute free trade and It will count for more than any trlng vise In estimates of his public purposes Missouri has a great stake In protected Industries Its manufac turing Interests have Increased Im mensely and keep on growing Sup pose Mr Folk had his way and ripped them up with free trade Would Mis sourlans gain or lose by that oatflolys mle actT Would every wheel continue to turn Would employment at tbe best wages continuo to be abundant The answer Is selfevident The soup house era of a dosen years ago would return Factories would again shut down The dinner pall would be empty There would be two or three men for every Job There would be misery and ruin on every hand as In the free trade period between 1S92 and the defeat df that prosperitykilling party How would too zlne and lead miners of Missouri like to get another slice of free trade timed Mr Folk beckons teem on but would they follow such a guide Would the great manufactur ing population of Missouri take a belt like that It would be a mad thing to do a tossing away of the highest known prosperity for the opposite aa fully demonstrated In the last Demo cratlo administration when with eYe ery department of the government In their hands the free trade Democratic party plunged the country Into a mo rau of Idleness and want It was a return to protection that extricated It Mr Folk proposes to take tho back track but he will fled few In Missouri outside of tho South Carolina tariff school to accept his Invitation A serious threat of free trade In this country would convulse It to Its deepest Industrial foundations CRITICISM AND COMMENT CTWew York Democrats are die mayed to find that whenever they meet to confer1 on the stato campaign this Hearst Is at tho doorSt Louis Olobe Democrat air drover Cleveland were to ex press his candid opinion It would be doubtless that Secretary Tall Is a man of full presidential weight Chi cago Tribune + crgenator Patterson would at least be Justified In asking which one of the large number of Democratic par ties It Is proposed to put him out of Philadelphia Press t7There is no occasion for all this worry about President Roosevelts future 5tr Roosevelt Is an energetic man who can mako his own future Washington Star C7A Missouri Democratic paper ob jects to calling the Republican party the one that does things An ef fort to write out a list of Democrat achievements nationally Is apt to re suit In silence In pursuing this ques tlonSt Louis GlobeDemocrat C7Tho attention of the Democratic party Is called to tho fact that while President Castro has only 8000 troops he claims to have 23000 The day may come when Castro will nod It to his advantage to settle In tho United States and In that event the Demo cratic party might need his services ns an anteelection predictor Chi cago Inter Ocean 7Mr Bryan says ho would never accept money from a corporation A corporation does not buy lecture ticket or newspaper syndicate articles Washington Post f There has been much reason for laying stress upon the balance of trade theory In the United States much reason to hold that In this coun try excess of exports spells prosperity Excess ot exports over Imports amounting from Ji50000000 to IWO 000000 a year In the past eight yean of Dfugley tariff protection Inn can tainly spelled prosperity with a large P American Economist J id A SAD SPECTACLE Sorrow Stricken Mother Forced t Appear In Court Against Her Besotted Son Judge my son who I expected woulUi one day bo famous hiss filled my doollu+ ing days with sorrow and destroyed a hope that has sustained mo for years Standing by the aide ot her son against whom she made a charge of habitual drunkenness an aged and our rowstrlckcu mother uttered these words to MusUtrate Dooley tho other morning In tho Adams street court Brooklyn The dream that tho boy would rise to fame has been supplanted by the knowledge that be will endbis days la the olutehea of this demon rum ibo said Learning that her son Frederick 33 years old had been arrested on tho ebargo ot Intoxication and that be would be arraigned In the Adams street court Mrs Elizabeth Doyco of No 100 Johnson street hurried there In tho hopo of having him committed to Jail as- a habitual drunkard so that he could not net liquor Shaking with nervousness and sorrow the woman Had to be audited to the rail In the court Sobbing she pleaded for the privilege of making a complaint against him See tbo clerk and ho will satisfy you said the magistrate I havo bad to support him for ten years she told the clerk A charge of vagrancy was mad against Doyco He pleaded not guilty and was held In 1300 bal- lDRINKERS AND INJURIES The Alaehollo Mare Liable to Serious Complications When Injured It ought to furnish convincing ar guments for the temperance causa I that fractures and other Injuries when toIiall surgeons that an unexpected pneu moats frequently follows severe injury In such subjects They scent tp be particularly susceptible to this Infection Again we must remember the poMlblllty of pneumonia original lag from trauroallsm of the chat In deed It Is sometimes observed that a rlghtflMed pneumonia fellows Injury to the left chest wall and vice versa Pneumonia may follow aa Injury within S hours or may o aur later Again It Ik common for such a pae4 I monla to be marled by a donrluru very suggestive ef OeJIrlum treniena or true maalaapotu may bo present Dr 1UIDM TEMPBBANCBTALE Every drunkard used to boast that he could drink or leave It alone National Advocate It II announced that King Oscar of Sweden has acceded to the petition from his temperance subjects to discontinue the we of wine At the launching of hlp One of the lawyers who spoke at a re cent meeting In London of the R07aliCourts of Justice Temperance society j aald that It England were to turn sober the legal profession would be ruined ChanleIvo noticed considerable change about you since you stopped drinkingWell Ive noticed that there con siderable more In my pocket Press Brewer of the 8t Vincent matt IDr In 8t Louis says It can be as with great certainty that the boy who commenced to use cigarettes at ten will drink beer and whisky at 14 take morphia ut 25 and spend the rest of bis lifetime alternating between oocmln spirits and opium The Greatest Destroyer Intoxicating liquor Is tho greatest de 8 ro1er that has ever assailed the found atlons of homo It cornea between Coil the Creator and man the creature It closes tho ears of conscience against the voice of Cod driving out all divine at I tributes and giving place to the animal passions It debauches manhood pros titutes womanhood pauperlrcs child hood Lot us unite our forces against It and make our homes places where the heart Is the antechamber of Heaven tho cradle of virtue and the school of character Loonora M Lake Strange Proposition In several cities the proposition Is seriously discussed of having n refer ondum on the question as to whether or not certain temperance and other laws shall bo enforced It might be well to have a general law Instructing public officers how to discriminate 1M tweet laws enacted for enforcement and laws put on the statute books for the popular expression of sentiment Congrcgatlonallet j He Didnt Need It What Mr M said a weddli guest toa clergyman dont you drluttwine at a wedding C No sir was the T will take n glass of waterIOut sir said tho oflltlous guest you recollect the advice of Paul to Tim othy to take u little wino for his In firm Ity I havo no Infirmity Was the senten tious reply St r vJIll d I JJ JSKDolly Fbor blLidtCcJIBia doctor cpcki 4i ihelrfc toeotaM Ci J Ifshedoes not got 1 Wudh better i 111tO with t ir cclM Hrh rth are j Her 108 bweak Arid ohe utterbd1oay keapwotchllr aTe SAVING GRANDFATHER RAT low Whisker and Frisker Helped Him to Escape the Sharp Teeth of Dog Trip Grandfather Rat sat at the entrance f bis hole In tho collar talking to bit wo favorite grandchildren Whisker lad Irlskcr Tlio best that 1 eau hope for you ihlldren U that you will die young 10 mumbled ItB all right HvltiK when you are spry and have the use of ill your senses and can dodge eats and e logs and brooms and hot water and tuch things but when you cant tell ht so from tripe by the smell you are Jablo any day to run on to rat poison Worst of all though Is when your eye tlfiht begins to go That leaves you lelpless Out you ran ice grandfather You lad your way through every hole In 1 I THEY WERE Off Fun TUB BAIlN lhiegreat house without even scraping tour sides Grandfather Rat rocked to and fro I n his haunches and groaned pitifully And thems n terrible danger at our ory doors ha went on The family pttaln have bought n fox terrier pup sad that means death U we get In hl- lny1 have never been afraid of u kitten and Ivo gotten tho best of a bait crown cat more than once but a fox terrier and mo gone blind Well have 10 move to tho barn Tnat pup simply taunt tho cellar and our only means it livelihood the garbage barrel Is exposed ly all his fury Grandfather dear wo will look after j you and see that no danger reaches rouM died Whisker We wUI Indeed echoed young Frlsker Times were change for tho Rat tam ily No longer did they dare to chase each other fearlessly ucrou tho cellar floor No longer could they race gayly up the stdo of tho garbage barrel and help themselves to the rich stores They must bide their chances for no one could tell when tho terrible terrlor might leap upon them One day tho master of the house was beard to say Trip Ive stopped up all the rat fcotos except this one Now you Just lie la wait right here and woll clean put the whole bunch Then hope died In the heart of Grandfather Rat Whisker and Frisker 1might Btlll steal out to the garbage when tho dog was asleep but tolIC must starve Dut Whisker and Frisker thought differently and together they schemed and planned to save their beloved i grandfather We must leave this bouse that is plain Tho burn Is big und ante with grand hiding places whets a dog tour never get and food In plentiful there We must surely go to tbu bum But how to got their blind old grand father moved safely Just then Frisker had a happy thought Wo will save you never four grand latherSo i hunted and found a little stick whits he laid at tho side of tho bole and Whisker watched until bo saw Trip go out In tho yard to play with his masterNow grandfather quick Grip with tyour teeth on tilts stick Grandfather did as bo was bid Now Whisker you take one end t And Ill take tlie other and grand fiTlher you Just run and we will lest youWhisk Frisk Scamper They WON off for the barn Trip looked up to set- a gray streak passing rapidly over the grass Woof Woof he barked and war after them but ho was too late foi grandfather was still nimble on his feet Under tho burn they scuttled just as Trip gave a vicious snap al their tails And so Grandfather Rut was saved for a long and poacoful old ngoIMs ton Globe FLYCATCHING MOUSE Entertainment Which a Tiny Rodent Furnished in a ShowWindow in Brooklyn One day a rather novel spectacle was offered In the window of the largest crockery and brio abrae estab lishment In Brooklyn A small but very rat mouse with a look at well fed oonuatwent was capering about among the cutglass dishes and parlan statuette as though in training for n trick act In a miniature circus A few momenta observation however I developed the tact that there was method In his apparent madness Ha was catching HIM for dinner Patent flytraps and sticky paper were no whero compared to Mr Mouse Watch lug until an unsuspicious fly ambled within his reach ho would capture It with a lightltngllke moUon Then sitting on his haunches with tho un fortunate buzzer In his front paws ho peeled off the wings and legs as a squirrel shucks a nut and ate the body with Infinite relish In 15 mln utoa the IItUe rascal caught and ato tiles at the rate of two a minute The Whole windowsect was covered with wings and lop which showed that ho must have been at work for a longtime LITTLE MISS IDONTCARE I have a pretty little friend Sho llvM right on tide square And when abe feels the very wont 8LVII say Well I dont cant One day she broke her nice new doll And said he didnt care Out la another minute more Lay sobbing In a chair And when she last her pretty rang She hunted everywhere And though her eyes wore filled wlU twra St1I acid Yell I dont caret Perhaps she had her language mixed Or maybe she forgot Hut when she said she didnt euro 1 think she cared a loll Marie Loulno Ward In Detroit Free Preen The Rainbow The Indians have a lovely thought about the rainbow They love flow ors even as we do The roses llllce pansies and goldenrod they hate to coo leave When they see a rainbow tile fancy that in tho lovely colors spanning the sky all the wild flowers lilies violets etc and the aloes of the woods aro stilt living and blossoming anew In the heavens SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Quarterly Review International Sunday School Lesson for March 13 QUARTZSLY REVIEW LESSON flY REV WILLIAM EVANS II D Director DlbUcal Department ot the Moody Bible Institute Chicago om cial Lecturer of tho Cook County Chicago Sunday School AMO clatlon On the International S S Lessons Copyright 1906 by Joseph II Bowles Golden Text And Jesus went about all Dftlllot teaching In their synagogues and preaching the Gospel ot the Kingdoms and healing all manner of slakneu Matt i2t Certainly no mistake can be made by making all the lessons ot the quarter center around the person and work of Christ Indeed tho lessons for the en tire year of 1900 Are taken up solely with the life of our Lord as revealel In tho first throe gospel accounts Christ as Saviour Teacher and Work eras Saviour in Ills relation to sin acre Ho is to be sought as Teacher lu rotation to djsclples He Is to bo obeyed and followed as Worker la Ills relation to the needy Ho Is tho ex ample of all to be followed in bcnefl cenca and philanthropy Jesus as a Saviour Jesus is tho only man known in his tory who was born with specific reference to tho sin of tho human race Ho was not a moralist not a reformer not a philanthropist at loast not primarily 80i He came to bo mans Saviour Jesus did not come into tho world i teach men how to live nor how ta die He came to show them how to I get rid of their sins ills name was the insignia of Ills office Jesus for lie shall save the people from their sins The world baa no other such Saviour Neither is their salvation in any other for there II none other name given under heaven among men whereby we must be saved A DivineHuman Saviour Our lessons teach us the perfect equipment of Christ for such a work lie was a perfect man He had a per fect human nature with Ml its slnlesa Infirmities lie was born of a woman lie grew as other boys grow He was subject to hunger thirst weariness pain He slept cried suffered died He was subjected to temptations just as we aro yet without yielding to them If lie was to be the Saviour of tho hqmnnrace then It behooved Him to bo made In all things like unto lUll brethren There Is not a note in tho great organ of our humanity while when touched does not produce a sym pathetic response in the mighty range and scope of our Lords being saving tho jarring discord of sin Jesus Was DivineI Not morel In tho sense that wo are all divine He possessed a deity to which no mere human being could lay claim We become sons of God John 112 Jesus never be came such Ho always was the eternal and onlybegotten Son of the Father As a child Ho was born but as a Son He was given Ula 9C His miraculous birth His power to perform works which none other man did save in a delegated power Ibis power over sickness dis ease demons Satan and death Ills prescience omniscience omnipotence Ills power over man to save over demons to cast them out ova nature to control it theao are Incon trovertible evidences of the deity of the Christ And such a redeemer Is Gods appointed Saviour of the world No man can come to the Father gain an entrance Into Heaven spend an eternity of bliss with God tho angels und the spirits of Just men made per recto unless It be through Him Whoa God manifest In the flesh Christ as a Teacher He was the greatest teacher tho world has ever known He was the teacher come from God He alone perfectly revealed tho Father Ills teaching was with absolute author ity anlnot as the Scribes Whatever may be said with reference to the voluntary limitations of Christ in other ref ecta It cannot It must not DO said that He was limited In Ills teach ing God gave not tho Spirit by measure unto Him In this respect Ills comments were not governed by popular opinions but by direct revela lion from the Father Christ made no mistakes In Ills teaching The disci ples of JeaB Christ will therefore find In Hip word and toacalnga tho ultt mate authority lu matters of faith and practice When Jesus has spoken the last word on any question of faith or practice there Is nothing moro to bo said on that subject ills words arc the court of final appeal They form our standard both hero and hereafter the word that t hav r spoken tiio same shall judge him In tho last day It Is because Jesus was God divine dolty that His words have this final and ultimate authority Vo must not make the mistake ninny aro making today that of seeing In Jesus tho greatest of all merely human teachers was that and all of that but lie was morau Ho wits divine wisdom In teachlnEIvalue the Christ because of the teach ing Jesus as a Worker Jesus Christ not only preached Urn Gospel Ho lived It Ho worked it Words of love and deeds of love went hand In hand together He preached the Word Ho houlcd the sick He came down from tho Ouiplt and entered the hospital Slice was His whole life He preached He was beneficent Ho was philanthropic Ills own life was tho best common taiy on His preaching And if the Ohm tlanlty of today Is to be known BS the Christianity of Christ It uuiiit by charcctcrlicd by deeds sic well Si words I IA THE OLD COFFEE HOUSES Some Ancient Establishments AS Advertised in Papers of Ute Time Our ancestors coulu little imaglno that their descendants would bo reduced to the necessity of sending to the East and West Indus for the ma terials for a comfortable breakfast It Is observed that while Nathaniel Con opine a Cretan Laron continued in Dilliol college In Oxord which ho left in 1018 ho made the drink for hlSl own use called coffee and usualy drank It eery morning being tho first coffee as the ancients of that house Informed him that was ever drunk In OxonIn the year 1050 we learn Jacob opened a coffee house at the Angel In tho parish of St Peter In the cos Oxon and there It was by some who delighted In novelties drunk In 165ICnques Jobson a Hebrew and Jn ite born near Mount Llbanus coffey In Oxon and In 1053 Artti 811f yard apothecary sold coffey in his house against AI Souls Coll I This coffey house continued Ull h s majestys return and after and then they became more frequent and an excise set on coffey luldI The author of the New View of don 1708 found it recorded that one James Parr a barber who kept the coffee house which is now tho Rain bow by the Innor Temple gate ono of the first in England was in the year 1867 presented by the Inquest of St Dunstans In tho west for making and selling a sort of liquor called coffee as- a I great nuisance and prejudice of the neighborhood And who could thon havo thought London would over have had near 3000 such nuisances and that coffee would have been as now 1703 so much drunk by tho best of quality and physicians- In the Kingdoms Intelligencer a weekly paper published by authority in 1C62 are Inserted four advertisements the last of which is as follows At the corfeo ho se in Exchange al ley Is sold by retail tho right coffee powder from four shillings to six shil lings and eight pence per pound as In goodness that pounded in a mortar at two shillings per pound also that termed we East India berry at 18 pence per pound and that termed the i right Turtle berry well garbled at three shillings per po nd tho ui garbled for less with directions gratis how to make and use the same Likewise there you may havo choc olate the ordinary pound boxes at two shillings and six pence per pound tho perfumed from four shillings to tnshillings per pound also sherbets made in Turklo of lemons roses and violets perfumed and tea or chocolate according to its goodness For all of which If any gentleman shall wrlto or send they shall bo sure of the best I as they shall order and to avoid de colt Warranted under the house seal vlxMorat the Great etc Further all gentlemen that are customers and ac quaintances are tae next New Years Day Invited at the sign of the Gratt I Turk at the new coffee house In Ex change alley where coffee will bo frOG of cost Fox Ate Grapes A London newspaper having stated In a cocksure manner that everybody knows that the fable of tho fox and the sour grapes la inaccurate from a natural history point of view an eminent Oxford professor bought some grapes and then went to tho zoo whereto I tried them on a fox who ate them greedily Opposition Mr Skates Did the pianist play well at tho concert ball last night Miss Prates I dont know A wom an that sat right back of me had been to New York and knew all about Alice Roosevelts trousseau Detroit Free Press Thorough Job So MulUm the trust magnate has retired from business hRS he How much do you suppose ho cleaned up Everything In right but his rec ordChirarn Trlh nei MARKET REPORTS March 10 liltSHeavy AMBSExtra O 7 60 XLOOHBnrlnr patent 4 60 tJSeWHEATNo 2 red tt CORNNo Z mixed 43ig 44 111RrHARLEVNO 2 soling M t3 llATCholca timothy 12 50 CJJ 00 PORKGlear ails M LARDPrIme 760 6- 5BUTTERCholce t0 la 629APPLESChoicePOTATOESPer bush B5 SO TOBACCONew SOO IS 00 Old 4 60 tilt 75 I CHICAGO FLOUR Winter patent 8 70 O 4 00 WHEAT No I red WiG 7a4- itOI S red 72 79 I 2 mixed GI 41 OATS No 2 mixed 30 OPOnKMelAIU Prlme steam 0770 NEW YORK FIX5UR Winter patent S 90 130 WHEAT No 2 red O 86 OATPNo 2 mixed MHO 35 CORNNo 3 mixed t- RYK 5o Weitern mixed W 7- SPORKPrlm mess1555 1580- UVRl Prlme steam U 7 90 BALTIMORE A isonNNoLOUISVILLE WHEATNO 2 S4 CORNNo 3 oCi OATS No 2 redI 33 PORK Mem 13 t0 LARD Prime 7 75 INDIANAPOLIS CATTLEPrlmo steer 525 O 5 7a HOGS Good to choice 6 SO t6 30 SHEEPBert grads 4 W OB 00 ter Berea CollegeFOUNDED 1855 8PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL- Over JJlF 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENCETwo years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies TRADE SCHOOLSCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years 00 4NOItMAL COURSESFor teachers Three courses leading to lyqunty Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma ACADEMY COURSESFour years fitting for College for business and for life COLLEGE COURSES Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaureate IMUSICOboral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory helpail who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weoks may bo brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 52425 Fall term opened September 18 Winter termJopened January 8 and Spring term will open March 21 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregationalists Methodists Presbyterians and good peoplo of all denominations e For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEt Berea Madison County Ky i GG e e RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Phone 188 Richmond Ky CUT FLOWERS j DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS W i i- r +o+c+010+o+o+010 +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+a+o 0+0+o+o+ 0iiTHE HOUSECLEANING SEASON I t i Is here and every housewife wants one or more + pieces of new CARPET or MATTING f iFURNITURE Through Our Stockwell and Low reasonably we can 4 IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD t New Florence Drop Top Bell Bearing Sewing MaAlnee- S25 SO aod j 35 worth 5 160 and f 65 t CRTJTOHER fs EVANS It JopltniOiasunil Richmond Kr Day Stone 73 Hlfbt Phone 4WS o+o+o+o+o+o+ooO+o+ 4O+oo+o+o+oooo0 0+oo + t Carriage Satisfaction Here t Buggies Phaetons Runabout SurriesTraps Durable GracefulUseful Comfortable Stylish J bodyflniehcarrl giveNo than HERE No better time to buy than NOW Prices down to Rockbottom Qualities up to Topnoleb We repaint repair and retire Get our prices I KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS C F HIGGINS Prop RlchaoaJ Ky t Madison County Roller Mills dddIdeld of Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Gushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor wlU be I bird to beat PRIDE OF MADISON b another Excelled Flew I ItJtlaftMtltIof 1 r r1110 4Ifiso 500 400 300 250 and 225 II for Men 300 250 and 200 forId Jf Boys 200 and 175 for YouthsIH The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known j everywhere throughout the world They have to give better satisfaction other males because the standard his always been placed so high that the thlIen expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere Ve carry a full line and can Insure a perfect j fit inspection inv- itedCOYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY I i 11111- t rIIBerea and Vicinity tf GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES H 1 11 III J 1 I I II II I 1 I 1 1 I I r I We are not entirely responsible for the correctness of all items in the local columns While not knowingly publishinganything that is false or harmful to anyone we cannot trace every bit of news that comes to us to its source We necessarily take for our motto here I know not how the truth may be I tell the tale as twas told to me Miss Martha Roberts and W B Brown both of Humo Illinois but formerly of Berea were married in Tuscola Illinois March 3 1000 I They start to Canada this week where they will make their future home The best wishes of their friends both hero and in Illiuoii will accompany them to their new home Judge A R Burnam seems to be the logical candidate for Governor on the Republican ticket All factions are ready to unite on him Beside this fact there could be no better candidate Ho in himself all the qualities of a standard bearer Friend if the blue mark is around your name dont lose your temper but think that there ore about a hundredothers in Berea who are be hind in their subscription a year or over and that this is the only way the editor can call your attention to the fact Get right with your old family paperNow we know all about it Prof George B Foster of the University of Chicago says in his new book that The ideal of naturalism is the math enmticotnechanical calculability of allnatural connections andsequences the remainderless rationalization of reality the transparencyand oxplic ability to the intellect of that is and takes place All right minded persons will be glad to know this and will certainly agree with the Prof Denial comes from those most closely associated with Dr Hill in Williamsburg that ho lids resigned or has any intention of resigning We received tho item from one who oemed to speak with authority and published it in the Citizen because so many of our readers are interested in anything that concerns Dr Hill or the Normal College We are glad to publish this denial of the state went and hope the College may long hare the benefit of Dr Hills efficient managementMr Louis Commonwealth Attorney of the 27th District and Mr W M Pace of Hyden were the guests of It B Roberts Monday They loft the same day for London where Mr Lewis now makes his home Mr Lewis was formerly from Leslie county and the people of that county are proud to own him as one of their noble sons He was first elected to the office of sheriff of his county then he served one term as county superintended he was elected representative during the dark days of 1000 and served his people faith fully Two years ago he was unani mously elected Commonwealth At torney of which office he is now proving himself worthy I I dtif iI L 1IIIII11III1III111111111111 George Watkins of Villa Grove Illinois is in town He has been homesick for the hills and has come back possibly to stay We received notice too late to mention last week of a surprise par ty to Mr P M Reynolds of Hamil ton Ohio in honor of his 50th birth day Mr Reynolds friends among the Citizens subscribers will be glad to know that he survived the shock and also the refreshments that fo11oI ed the other entertainment of the evening About forty were present many of whom are known to our readers Congratulationsi The proposed Canning Company is investigating freight rates anllI other incidentals to the canning bus iness and if nothing is found in the business that tends to destroy confi dence in it as an investment and iCI such rates can be obtained from the railroadas will put the company on a par with other like companies in other placestbe company will easily obtain subscriptions to all its stock and will proceed to organiza tion Everything looks favorable at present speciaUy signing by the Governor of House Bill 252 prohibiting the shipping of whisky into local This bill was passed by both houses but was stolen on its way to the Governor Representative Mitchell the father of the bill looked the matter up and finding his hill gone had another engrossed and stayed by it till it was signed Many bills been lost in this way during tho huveI sion particularly bills I the liquor traffic I The Berea Colleg Ariol Quartette came to this city Sunday dud volunteered in the meetings being I conducted at the Second Presbyter ian Church by Rev Bryan of Birtn i ingham Ala and tho local pastor Rev Weaver The quartette is com posed of Prof Ralph Rigby Musical Director of the College 1st tenor W C Gamble Secretary of the Col lege 2d tenor and Messrs George G Dickand Thomas H Horton of the Engineering and Industrial Departments 1st bass and 2d bass respect greathelppleasure to all Their voices are perfectly wonderful depth volume and clear ness Pantograph Prof S C Mason of Berea Ky one of the delegates appointed by the Madison County Farmers Club to attend the first annual meeting of the State Farmers Institute which was held at Frankfort Ky on Feb ruary 27 and 28 and March 1st 1000 has returned home He says this was the most interesting and profita ble meeting of the kind ho over at tended Prof Mason will deliver a lecture to the club at the Court SaturdayMarch z l 0 Ile JIMIfSO v the club will meet instead of Satur day March 10th Subject Preser vation of Soils The public is cordially invited to attend with the members of the club anti hear this address Register areIBlue Lick In spite of tho inclement weather there is a good attendance nnd much interest The passage of the Normal School Bill is a triumph for Mr R W Miller the Representative for this district Mr Millers speech in sup hawtMsslou The county is to be eon gratulated not only upon the activity of its Representative in measures of activityinstrictly partizan and selfish character The activity of our real estate ittents is something remarkable Vcn they cannot do business OUtside parties they trade with on another but Mr Holliday takes th cake When business was dull th other day he swapped the Wallaceton property of John Cade for the prop arty of Mrs Sophie Nunu on Depot street Both of these properties wow registeredwith him for sale 1he he emerged from the deal ho owned the Nunn property whether for com mission or not he does not say At any rate nil appear to be satisfied Mrs Mills who was formerly con nected with the College but is now in the Slavic mission work at Cleve land Ohio gave n very interestin SundayConsidering who are coming to the United States every year now and the general illiteracy and degradation of the most of them the work in which Mrs Mills Is interested that of training miss ionaries for work among theso pea importanceMrsdowment fund of 50000 for tho Schnu flier Mission Training School of Cleveland The Culrb Itmrri Cne In the Caleb Powers case the United States Supreme Court holds that the action is not removable to Federal jurisdiction At the same time the court intimates that Powers justicefromLooking alone at the case as made by the petitions for removal the trials of the accused make an exhibi tion of misconduct upon tho part of the prosecution which may wellshock all who love justice andrecognize tho right of every human being accusedof crime to be tried accord ing to law Further this case as made by tho record it must be conceded tends to show if it does not justify the belief that the adminis trative officers hind it in mind at each trial to exclude from the jury so far personhoweverthe same political party as the ac cused This is a severe arraignment of the State of Kentucky but it is only what has been freelysaid by others for years For Ladies Furnishing Goods call at the New Cash Store they have a fun line of uptodate Goods Salesmen Wanted To look after our interest in Madison andadjacent counties Salary or HarveyOil I CONSTIPATION is no respeo tarot geand It is just M common s condition a mong child lalThe coed tion is far likelyto stagedevelop ously with the little folksbc cause of the dLLcul in detecting It I constipation might have been saved by the timely use of Dr CaldwelTsLmxtl Syrup Pepsins I This Is the greatest remedy known for correcting constipated conditions Dont walt until yourchildis affected but administer a dose of the medicine changefordispositionDr Pepsin Is a good thing to have in the house because it Is familyDr can be obtained in both dollar and halfdollar rises from all druggists Your money be refunded If It youYour wW brlntr br reruri wail our DR CALD WELLS BOOK or WONDERS and ties sampl t those who have never tried this woaoacM ruatdjr Mother writ today i PEPSIN SYRUP CO- Moetaeta I1M L For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY h j nmmmi College Items HERE AND THERE I1I11111111111 I111111111I1 Mr Oabornu wan in Richmond Tuesday on business Prof Dodge rondo a business cnn to Richmond Tuesday President Frost leaves Friday on Mlnnlapo1ilarulSout Rev Thomson is upending a week at Ft Wayne Indiana with a Hilda School where ho is giving lectures daily whoawas us springIcount of illness Browne kindnMrs E IF Yocum well known in lierea teaches English and Gorman Sheastill lives in Palo Alto but goes back and forth on tho train daily a dis tance of seventeen miles We are nil glad to hear the tones from this College bell Wo wero fortunate in having a whistle during the time that the old hellWllt out of ofgRev Hardin D Hogan a recent student at an important CongregationalChurch at Spring Green Wis and has the great satisfaction of seeing his church making more than ever before in its history Mr Disney who developed quito severe case of pneumonia last week is now on the road to recovery Ho was quito low for two days amida weakness of the heart made his friends very anxious These will be glad to know timid unless unforeseen complications arise Mr Disney will soon be around again Rev Mr Thomson will lecture at the Chapel next Monday night on Astronomy Tho College has lately purchased some mechanical slides for the stereopticon and Mr Thomson will make use of theso in his lecture All are invited to attend No charge for admittance W F Young of Nowkirk Okla has been visiting Boron for the last few days He was a Berea student in the 70s and is well remembered by Professor Dodge Mr Young has livedmuch in Kansas where he was a teacher in the public schools for several years but is now a farmer andcattle buyer in the Territory He expresses himself as greatly sur prised and pleased at the progress the College has made since he left KentuckyThe are making much of the unfortunate occurrence of lost week in which Miss Flora Pace was concerned It appears that Miss Pace was more sinned against than sinning The mother of the Whitney girl expressly exonerates Miss Pace from any intention to defraud and lays tho blamo on her daughter who is represented as a wayward girl beyond her mothers control The case has been settled and Miss Pace is now nt home with her parents who are most estimable people fourth LJTCVUIII Lvctur For the second time wo worn dis appointed in our expectation of hearing Prof Stowes presentation of The Rivals Prof Stowo having been suddenly called homo from his lecture appointments the Lyceum number for Monday night twa9a lecture on Ananias by Mr Edwin C Street of Elkton Ky Any change after publio announcement hay been made is a disappointment to all and especially to the manager of the course Tho attendance was consid erably less than at tho lecture pre ceding The sentiment and diction were good the speakers voice pleasing and his gestures striking and graceful However his delivery was so rapid ns not to overcome the re sonance of tho chapel and many points of the lecture were lost to tho audience Another View If the lecture Monday night was a substitute in anyway equivalent to byIProf Stowo It looks to tho outsider without prejudice against the management of the Lecture Course that thoBureau has had no intention of sending a monologist to Borea land has taken advantage of its privilege of substituting some other en tertainment to send a lecturer here altogether unworthy of the place and the people Wo would suggest that the Lecture Bureau with which arrangements have been made for this years course be given the goby another year TO CUKK A COLD IN ONK BMOMO Quinine DAYIUrultlllrardunolmoDrylf it famia to OkOVH on box Jjc rt jf2 flifr f toet r Take4 a KodakWith l you The Porter Drug Co iNCOirOlUTKD +O+O +O+O+O +O +O+O+O +O +O +O+O O+O+O +O O+O +O+O+O+O + o+o+ I At the UptoDate Grocery ===YOU CAN BUYS o o Sugar at tatent Mealat Flour OGItDiamonltSpecial Coffee + t tYoucan always find a fine lot of fruit and the best of 1everything that spot cash will buy Prompt delivery I also t keep hay and mill feed Propo I o+O+O+O+OO O+OO+O +O+O+OO +O+O+O+O +O +O+ +OO+O OO + 9 9 9 t t Furniture is a NecessityY- outK must have it to make your home or room look and feel for the winter There comfortableI ihtime to buy than now things you need ingroom and Parlor Furniture DinIroom Suites Desks Carpets i6Shades Pictures etc W i LOUIS 0 LESTER INext to the Mill EEeEEE Phone 93Jeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo aeceoeoeoeoeoeoeoe- oi p o- o O o e o Our Motto i o IoU at t tNot how prices is our inducement I I Any body can sell cheap goods but everybody i cannot sell good goods cheap We offer ai0 osuperior line of seasonable goods at our uni i 0 formly low prices Call atI 0o2 o I e The New Cash Store i 0 o RHODUS GREEN be CO PROPRIETORS 0 0 6 o o 0 o o ooMoRoaooi9MosoIo4oiolloioIosooSoioOSOIo0Molotolys I IMPORTANT NEWS 4 ITEMS CONDENSED Interesting Happening Boiled Down For tho Busy tender FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NOTES What Our Government Officials Are Doing Crime and Casualties A Summary of Prominent Event Througout the Globe New From Congress The house committee on lands agreed to snake a publIcI port on a bill to protect landmarks It Is designed especially to preserve tho clltt dwellings In Now Mexico and Arizona President Hoosevclt signed the Till nianGlllotpIo joint resolution demand ing an Inquiry by tbo Interstate com merce commission Into tho subject of ntllroad discrimination and monopo hoe In coal and oil That thero Is still a sharp difference of opinion between tho supposed friends of tho DolllvcrHopburn rail road rato bill was decidedly manifest in the senate chamber on the 7th Two members of the house commit tee on banking and currency submit ted a minority report on tho bill fa orably reported by tho committee to authorize national bAnks to lend ton per cent of their paid up capital and surplus to borrowers The house on tho 8th passed tho In dian appropriation bill carrying 7785525 An appropriation bill carry ing 191368848 for tho postal lonrico was finally agreed upon by tho house committee and will bo reported to tho house Tho houso committee on appropria lions agreed to report a legislative ex vcutiro and judicial appropriation bill currying appropriations aggregating W1S4191 as against 29822580 for IMG Tho house on tho 9th passed 408 pri vale pension bills and devoted three hours to tho consideration ot a bill providing a uniform system of natur alisation tho chief features of which require an alien to wrllo either his own or Uio IlnglUh language and to- speak nnd read tho Utter Tho senate paused a bill for tho ad miNion of a now otato to be culled Oklahoma and to be composed ot tho Territory ot Oklahoma and Indian Ter ritory It was the house joint statehood bill with all the provisions ro haling to Arizona and Now Mexico stricken out rlohousc committee has agreed to make a favorable report on a bill pro viding for tho extending of tho term of mombors of congress to four years and for tho election of senators by popular vote Miscellaneous Tko conference report on tho appropriation of 100000 to tbo Jamestown exposition was agreed to In both houses ot tho Virginia general assem bly AtMoclato Justice Henry Billing Brown of tho supreme court of tho Untied States Intenda to resign from the bench and has so notified President Roosevelt President Roosevelt has decided to Appoint William H Tan of Ohio now secretary of war to tho next vacancy In tho United Stales supreme court Ibo vacancy Is to bo created by tho voluntary retirement of Associate Jus tlco floury D Drown The Heavier ministry Waa defeated in tho French chamber of deputies and Immediately resigned rho cabinet crisis comes at a most dramatic moment when tho FrancoGorman con test has reached a decisive stage and may exert an Important adverse tnflu onco on the Algeclras conference and on European affairs Young mon employed In tho Pana ma canal offices at Panama organ Irod a Y bL C A W E Balnbrldgo ot Iowa who ref cently declined the consulship to Amoy China has been selected by t Secretary Shaw to bo special agent of tho customs service at Paris succeed- Ing MaJ William H Williams Attorney General HadUy ot Mis rourl declared that ho had not relln quished hope of having John D Rock fuller subpoenaed to glvo testimony In the oustor case against tho Stand ard 011 Co In the district court at Caldwoil Ida the grand jury returned Indlqt monts against all the men hold on the charge of murdering Frank Stounen berg with tho possible exception of Sieve Adams George E Green on trial at Waah Inxtpn charged with conspiracy to commit an offense against the United Statos and to defraud the government in connection with tho solo of limo re cording clocks to the post office de partmont was acqulttod Reports of earthquake shocks on tho eastern shore of Halifax county reach ed Halifax Tho ground trembled violently for several seconds Houses shook and doors and windows rattled rho bodies of tho three men lost In tho Tamarack mlno fire Calumet Mich two months ago woro found at the 27lh level of No 2 shaft where tho fire started A publicity bureau covering nogotla tions In the anthracite dispute was os tablished In Now York city by the committee ot seven anthracite opera tors now engaged In considering tho miners demands 1 Indictments charging grand larceny In tho first degree and fonjory in tha third degree by Frederick A Durn ham president G D Eldrldge and George Burnham jr vice presidents ot tho Mutual Reserve Lifo Insurance Co at New York wore found by tho grand jury It Is officially announced at the off fices of the Mutual Llfo Insurance Co that Joseph H Choato had accepted tho position of attorney to the Mutu IllS HoltInvestigating committee The naval target practice and ma neuvers will bo held at Pensacola Flo Instead of off tho south sldo of CubaThe PUUburg Lake Erie railroad has been sold to tho Pennsylvania And Vanderbilt Interests Tho amount of tho deal Involved Is said to bo not less than 3760000 Tho postmaster general reaffirmed his position with respect to rural free delivery carriers that they can not be used as tho medium for taking sub scriptions for newspapers Cincinnati railroad men are discuss Ing a report that tho largo circus own ors of tho country had started to or ganlzo a comblno to glvo tho railroads a light on railway rates It Is authoritatively announced from the conforenco between tho Delaware Laokawanna Western railroad offi dais and tho joint grievance commit too of tho conductors and trainmen that all matters of difference between them had boon amicably adjusted- E Meogan a railroad contractor ot Camden Mo reported to tho police that three men on tho pretext of sell ing him mules lured him to a secluded spot In tho woods near Rosodale Kan a suburb of Kansas City and robbed him of 5000 Mrs Wllllo W Standlfer of Atlanta Giu went to tho homo of her sister Mrs D P Durham and after an argu meat with Miss Chapel Whlsonant her unmarried slater shot Miss Whls onant six times killing her Jealousy tho cause Mrs Willie Standlfer arraigned at Atlanta Ga for killing her 17yearold sister whom she had discovered in Intrigue with her husband was hold for murder and her husband was bound over on a charge ot adultery- A severe action betweon American troops a naval detachment and con stabulary nnd hostile Moros has taken place at Mt Dajo near Jolo Philippines Tho engagement lasted for two day Tho army casualties woro 15 enlisted men killed a commissioned officer and 4 enlisted mon wounded The naval casualties numbered 32 CoL Joseph W Duncan of tho Sixth Infantry directed tho operations All the defenders of tho Moro stronghold were killed Six hundred bodies woro found on the fold The action result ed in tho extinction of a band of out laws who recognizing no chief had been raiding friendly Moro and ow- Ing to their defiance of tho American authorities had stirred up a dangerous condition of affairs At Trenton N J the sentence ot death imposed upon Mrs Antoinette Tolla tho Bergen county murderess for the killing of Joseph Sonta was commuted to seven and onehalf years Imprisonment by tho court ot pardons Business failure in the United States for the week ending March 8 number 177 against 180 the previous week 190 In tho like week ot 1906 200 In 1901 and 176 In 1903 Hugpno Richter radical loader In since Its foundation Bis marcki old opponent and for a Ion tlmo editor of tho Frclslnnlgo Zeltung dlod In Dorlln Joan Marie Ferdinand Sarrlen led nltoly decided to form a French tale istry and notified President Fall lore of his acceptance of tho task After all preparations had boon completed for tho funeral of Mrs Jo tome Griffin at Now Cambria Mo and after tho body had reposed for six hours in tho coffin tbo startling dUo cover was made that she wax still allvo by tho undertaker as ho was about to Inject tho balmlng fluid An old man stopped behind pretty Cdllh Men 11 at St Louts and clip lied off tho coalblank braids of hair hanging down her back Then ho leap od on a car and escaped pursued by a score ot Angry men Tho body of Joseph Weir a veteran of tho National Soldiers homo at Lear onworth Kan who left there on February 22 on a furlough has been found in the bushes near Pagosa Springs Col Oral Weir 23 Is In jail at Pa gosa Springs and has confessed bar ing murdered his uncle Roy W H Jones a Baptist was convicted in Hcndersonville N C ot criminal relations with Mrs Angollno Caglo and sentenced to prison for ono year Tho woman was convicted and finedConvicts Harry Vaughan George Ryan ond Ed Raymond found guilty of having murdered Prison Guard John Clay In tbo Missouri prison rputlny November 24 were sentenced to bo hanged April 20 Edward J Morgan tho actor died uddonly at the Hotel Bolloclalre Now York of heart failure The National Educational conven tion will bo hold In San Francisco on July 7 to 14 A strong and steady flow of natural gas was struck by workmen who wore drilling an artesian well on city prop orty In the cast end of Suporlor WIs Tho treasury officials have taken measures to prevent a recurrence of tho yellow fever epidemic In tho south emu states At tho request of n com mitten of citizen from Now Orleans six surgeons have been designated to visit the parishes adjacent to that city to assist the state authorities Thomas McKenna managing editor of tho Rock Mountain News and Den ver Times died at a hospital in Den ver ot heart disease aged 45 years In consequence of concessions made by Germany real progress was made by the Morocco conference on tho 8th and an extremely hopeful feeling pre vailed On tho 9th theta were Indications that the French and German delegates to tho conference to consider Moroc can affairs would come to a comprom ise on tho questions of policing Moroc co and tho ststuu of tho Moroccan bank The committee on redaction having In charge the adjustment of tho remaining differences between Franco and Germany over tho Moroccan po lco question and tho question ot the bank assembled twice the 11th On tho bank question an agreement was reached on ovary point except the al lotment of tho capital No concessions will bo made by the Illinois Coal Operators association to the United Mine Workers union which is seeking an increase in pay for Its members This was decided upon at an executive meeting of the operators who adopted resolutions declaring their willingness to face the threatened strike April 1 rather than grant tho demands of tbo miners Retail coal dealers ot Philadelphia will petition tho operators and coal carrying roads to come to an amicable settlement with tho anthracite miners before the expiration of the strike commission award April 1 At a meeting of representatives of tho Ohio coal operators it was decided to decline tho demands of the minors for an Increase in wages When tho coal operators of the PUts burg district go to tho general conference at Indianapolis on March 19 with the operators of Ohio Indiana and Illi nois they will tako a stand as a body This action was determined at tho meeting called by Francis L Robbins and which was held In Plttsburg Tho operators are opposed to any settle mont for moro than ono year Tho 700 coal minors in tho employ of tho Alberta Railroad Coal Co at Lcthrldgo Alberta Can 200 miles north of Great Falls Mont struck do manding an Increase In wages and other concessions Edward Donkln the famous rellg lous humbug Is dead in London Some years ago Donkln founded a church In Cleveland 0 styling himself Tho Mitred AbbotrTim MoBrldo son ot Harbor Master James MoBride was acquitted at Sa vannah Ga of tho murder of Babe Dyer the jury requiring less than an hour to reach Its verdict Marcus White colored janitor of the Methodist church at Waverlyj Tonn has been arrested on susplolo that ho was operating a blind tiger in the basement of the church Announcement was made that the American Window Glass Co had again advanced tho price ot window glass The increase is 5 per cent and tho quotations are now 9010 and 5 on all Izes except 1C by 20 and greenhouse glass The annual meeting ot the National Association of Lumber and Sash Door Salesmen was hold in Chicago Res olutlons wore adopted favoring a rate of two cents a mile on all railroads J 1 Peck of Indianapolis was elected president Jay P Graves has paid 77000 for the falls of the Columbia river at Kettle Falls Wash 75 miles north ot Spokane The river there can produce 100000 horse power of electricity at ex treme low water When tho news of the defeat of the joint statehood bill arrived at Tucson Ariz whistles were blown fire crack ers exploded and crowds cheered on tho streets Unless congress authorizes a special appropriation for the purpose the navy department will bo unable even to undertake the repairs rec ommended for the battleship Moesa chu otl8 now at tho New York navy yard The wqrk will cost 900000 and will require two years tlmo Boordman C Frost widely known In lako marine insurance circles died suddenly In Oswego N Y Edwin Bindley a prominent multi millionaire and president of tho Du qucsno National bank died in PUts burg Pa- President Roosevelt announced that he had decided to appoint Alfred B Hoggatt to bo governor of Alaska Mr Hoggatt is a resident of Juneau Joseph Leo was smothered by a culm bank cavein John Morgan a Locust Gap CPa mining expert was killed by a fall of coal at the Locust Spring colliery and an Italian was killed at Hickory Ridge mine neo Sbamokln PaCharles M Schwab whose reported Illness occasioned anxiety among hIs friends arrived in Now York had ig come direct from St Louis He Is ap parently well Tho price of hard coal will not bo raised In Now York City at least even If there is a strike according to a statement Issued by tho newly created publicity bureau of the authraclto op erators Tho Burlington passenger trains Nos 1 and 14 collided headon two miles west of Akron Ccl Gcorga H Sherwood mall weigher was killed and four other trainmen were Injured The president has selected James T Sullivan of New York as the reproi tentative of the United States at Clio Olympic games In Athens next month In accordance with a request of Kin 0 cmgo of Greece James Walker Jr a negro youth was hanged at Birmingham Alafor the murder of W M Hill storekeeper at Smythos mine 11 months ago Walker confessed on the scaffold A United States marshal seized 7 000 gallons of whisky worth 12000 at tho ntato dispensary at Columbia S C Tho whisky is said to have bcQQ Improperly branded and marked ANTHRACITE MINERS TheirProposition for Adjustment of Difficulties Denied The Coal Operators Request That tho Strike Commissioner Award Ba Continued For Another Term of Three Year New YorkTho propositions ot the United MIne Workers of Am erica for a readjustment ot wages and conditions in the anthracite coal fields as a whole havo been denied by tho committee representing the an thraclto operators As a counter proposition the operators suggest that the awards made by tho anthracite coal strike commission tho principles upon which they ware established by the commission and the methods estab lished for carrying out their findings and awards shall be continued for a further term of three years from the first day of April 1906 The present agreement terminates March 31st 01 this year Tho demand of the miners that the operators orator into an agreement with the union is declined on the ground that the anthracite operators stand unalterably for the open shop and again decline to mako an agreement with tho United Mlno Workers ot America an organization controlled by a rival Industry Of the demand for an eighthour day the statement says tho operators know ot no change in conditions that can bo used to sus lain the renewed demand for a reduction In hours Declares that tho ex pectation of tho strike committee that the reduction from ten to nine hours Should not result In any decrease In the output of tho mines has not been realized and adds We might Justly say that with the experience of tho past three years the tenhour day should bo restored bu we are willing to abldo by the decision of the commission A DOUBLE RAILWAY WRECK Several Persons Were Killed or In- Jured Near Bloomdale 0 Toledo 0 Eastbound freight No 78 from Garrett Ind was running in two sections At Godsend a small station two miles from Bloom dale tho first section stopped for water A fierce snow storm was raging and obscured tho first section from Engineer Albert Guastke and Fireman Nicholson of tho second section and their train dashed down upon it When they discovered It it was im possible to stop and their engine creak ed into the rear of the freight ahead throwing ono car over ott the parallel track which was open for a fast passenger westbound At this moment the passenger came along at full speed Tho engine hit the derailed car and was almost demolished The math and baggage cars were thrown over the engine two passenger coach es woro splintered and a Pullman car was derailed but none of the occu pants injured Tho engine and tour cars of tho freight second section were I demolished Fireman Hootman was pinned beneath the engine and tender ot the passenger and instantly crushed to death Engineer Selgel was thrown into tho air and tell senseless beside his engine TERRIBLE MINE DISASTER Over 1000 Lives Lost By An Explo sion of Gas In France Paris Gas In tho coal mines of true Courriores district near Bethune exploded with terrible re suits Tho flames spread to all the communicating pits In which 1800 men had just descended in the morn ing The spectacle surrounding the scene is fearful rho worst fears as to the enormity ot tbo mlno disaster in tho Oourrleros district ot the Pas de Calais have boon realized Tho death list numbers 1100 and the whole of the region stands ap palled at tho terrible tragedy which has brought sorrow to 6000 fathers mothers wives and children Tho vast mortuary camp is under military guard 400 soldiers having ar- rIved there to assist in holding in check the crowds of distracted mourners For a time hope had been held I out to tho people that tapping on pipes by tho imprisoned mon had been heard but gradually this hope van ished and the people demanded admls olon to see the bodies and even threatened to break through tho cordon of troops who had tho greatest difficulty In keeping the crowds from the pitThe I Burning Caney Gas Well Caney Kan An attempt to cover tho huge burning gas well six miles from hero with a great iron hood upon which a week of propara- I lion had been spent was made and failed The hood with its attached pipes and weights weighing more than 35 tons was thrust nsldo bent and broken by tho mighty rush of gas and I flnmeIRochester N Y Miss Susan B Anthony Is very low and la not expected to survive many hours She was taken with n sudden pain In i tho heart and became unconscious and has remained so most of the time since Hundred Killed or Wounded INine Telegrams from Zara boagna say that the attack on Mt Dajo commenced on Monday There wero four days of hrd fighting dur ing which It la now estimated that 300 poriOM were klllpd orwouude l INTERESTING STATE NEWS J KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE The House Patted the Bill Allowing Farmers To Pool Their Crop Frankfort March 7Tho senate adopted Col Jack Chinas bill provld ing for a state racing commission to control tho tracks It received 32 votes to 4 against Four amendments woro added to the bill before passage as follows Extend term of commie donors from two to four years revok ing only for cause license permit ape peal to the courts to exclude trotting tracks and to prevent commission from limiting racing on any track to less than 40 days yearly In accord anco with the Simmons resolution to Investigate tho loss of his antipool room bill the speaker of the house ap- poInted Representatives Simmons George Wilson of Union and Chas I Dawson of Logan as the Investlgat ing committee The house adopted without dissent bill No 372 by Mr Bourne changing time of holding courts In the Twelfth judicial district Mr Redwlnes bill authorizing the appointment of special Judges In regular districts allowing appointment In one county while the regular court is being held In another county passed by a vote of C2 to 3 Tho motion to reconsider the libel retraction bill was tabled after a hard fight by a majority of five The bill proposing that domestic life insurance companies be required to keep on do posit with the slate treasurer securi ties of tho value of tho policies out standing was adopted I Frankfort March SAfter a strong speech by Senator Allen tho passed the bill appropriating senatoI to establish a state itarium Tho bill originally 50000 but the committee thought 20000 was enough to make the first experiment The governor Is to ape point a committee to locate and build the sanitarium Tho senate passed I approprlatiOUSIamounting and now shops at the two penitentia tics House bill 37 raising the age ot consent in females to 1C years passed unanimously by the senate Tho house of representatives took the Insurance people by surprise by unanimously passing a bill abolishing tho deferred dividend policies In this state and requiring annual dividends to be paid on all life policies tour annual premiums have been aftorI on them Tho house passed a JUdgCl51toreported favorably by the house com mittee on circuit courts and advanced to bo voted on Friday Frankfort March 9Tho senate passed the house bill appropriating 50000 to establish two stato normal schools and tho bill will now go to the governor for his approval Sen ate bill No 70 appropriating 25000 for a normal school building at the A and M college was called and Sena tor Allens amendment providing that graduates of this normal school should be entitled to teach without further examination was adopted and the bill passed Senator Hogans bill further regulating and restricting the sale of morphine cocaine alcoholic medicinesr and drugs also passed Fifth class towns In Kentucky are doomed to go dry for the legislature passed a local option bill which only allows the cities ot the first four classes to vote separately from the county on local option The house at its morning session adopted a substl tute for the China compromise local option bill and this substitute requires fifth and sixth class towns to bo a part of the county unit The bill was carried to tho senate at once for con currence A number of bills were passed In the house Frankfort March 10 Senator Hick man reported the revenue bill to the senate from tho rules committee Senator Harbcsons motion to consider It as a whole and let all amendments bo sent up at once was adopted Senator Georges amendment requiring assessors to ask every one assessed If ho served In the federal or confederate army was adopted Other amendments adopted To tax automobiles so that name and address of lien and mort gage owners shall be given to county clerk when recorded and to require tho clerk to give list of all notes and mortgages for five years back to the assessor to strike out of the sched tile sowing and knitting machines was adopted The house passed the senate bill al lowing farmers to pool their cropsand hold them for higher prices Othbr bills passed Increasing the salaries of tho railroad commissioners and giv ing them more clerks was amended by the house giving the chairman 3 GOO and the other commissioners 3 000 exempting fraternal Insurance companies from tho operation of the regular Insurance laws authorizing union depot companies to condemn lands fox depot purposes creating of fire of state tire marshal authorizing McCracken county to supplement tho circuit Judges salary to allow a road tax to bo levied if twothirds of people vote for It empowering fiscal courts to buy private roads Death of Thomas J Heri roil Nlcholasvllle Ky March Ifc Thos J Hendron aged 76 years died hero Ho leaves seven children Mrs O S Jackson of New York W T lien ron of Minneapolis Mina Emmett John Clyde and Miss Nellie ot this place ITimber Land Deal Mt Sterling Ky March toS F Bradley of Morehotxd his purchased of Mrs Isabelle Baldwin of Cincin natl 7000 acres of tine timber tans In Rowan county for a price said to be C2a per acre v VVwureo oteotgoltolto 07401o74ek tTOOK DEBENTURE DIVIDEND 1 William Cutran Convicted and 8ei tenced To One Year In Prison s a Lexington Ky March 10 William Curran a wealthy lumberman and I churchman was sentenced to serve I one year In the penitentiary on charge that while a director of the desjfunct Industrial Mutual Deposit Co a t debenture concern he embezzled 500 On the result of his trial depended the I liberty of a score of prominent Lex- Ington people who are under indict ment on similar charges William Curran Is the senior member ot the largo lumber firm of William Curraa Son and a deacon In the Second Presbyterian church He was sent to Jail The trial of Dr A P Taylor who las onco drawn a throe years I sentence on a similar charge but got a reversal of the decision of tho lower court was then taken up Dr Tay lor was Interested In the same com pany with Curran THE KENTUCKY MINERSi A Wrangle Over the Color Line In Connection With Nomination Louisville Ky March 10A wran gle over the color lino in connection with the nomination ot candidates for district officers and tho transaction of routine business took up the time of I the one session here Friday ot the convention of the 23d district UnttodIMine Workers of America fore tho negroes who compose oneIthird of the union minors in the dls trict have been represented among the district officers but the nomina tions Friday wore confined to white miners The discussion was without definite result The election of om cots will be held Saturday The oUt cers and delegates are practically unanimous In favoring a restoration of the scale of 1903 C2c for mining screened coal The present rato is 78 cents Tho session will probably continue for several days FIRE AT OWENSBORO Hotel Guests Were Saved By the Ef forts of the Firemen Owensboro Ky March 9The gre wasIcovered The rooms over the store were part ot the Farmers hotel occu pied by a dozen people All escaped except Ed ruder and James Broger recently from Louisville They were j overcome by smoke and had to be carried out of their rooms by firemen through windows and were finally rs vived Loss 5000 WAS FRIGHTFULLY SCALDEDi Chief Distiller Fell Into a Tub of Boiling Slop Cynthlnns Ky March SJamos Curie head distiller of the F S Ash brook Distillery Co in the city limits while walking across a tub of bolllnff slop fell into It and was severely scalded about the arms and legs Ha drew himself out alter being covered up to his neck He Is resting easy and the burns are not necessarily daav gorouft Louisville Tobacco Markel Louisville Ky March 10SIx hun dred and fiftynine hhds of burley wera offered Friday on tho breaks at prices varying from 405 to 15 One hun dred and fiftynine hhds of burley were offered at prices varying from 395 to 750 The market was unchanged on burley and slightly stronger oa dark tobacco 0 Mother Sees Jett In Court Cynthlana Ky March 9 Special Judge IL O Bolts of Owenton called the case of Curtis Jett Indicted by a Breathitt county grand jury for killing James Cockrill town marshal la Jackson Ky When Jett came down the small aisle ot the courtroom his mother drew him to her and kissed l him Accidentally Shot By a Woman 4 Mlddlesboro Ky March 8title Moore and Lucy Tucker became fns volved In a quarrel at the restaurant of Josh Beard As a result the Tucker woman pulled a revolver und flredibra shots They went wild and one struck Fraud Maden who was playing pool In an adjoining room hilling him In stantly The Bill Defeated Frankfort Ky March 9The bile to transfer Butler Ohio and Adair counties to different congrouslonal dls trlcts was defeated n the house attec an oratorical exchange of lefthanded compliments between Thomas Drew cry of Louisville and WIlli Young at Rowan To entAnnexation loulsvUle Ky March 10Suit was filed by the officials ot the Now Lou isville JocVtey club DOlt ton residents r in tho vicinity of ChurchlU Downs Jo protect nnnexatloa of this territory y of LoulsviilekTwenty Vear In Prison Wanklln Ky March lI103ot fampton a negro was found guilty yoarsI i A e oltokoito 4fo ollojlaal y 7t cJeoI mmm1 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I i Eastern Kentucky News Ho correipoadiu piUUbed idea sip d In till by Uu writer The uniIt sot for jubilation feat u u nine ct good faith Write plainly I III I I I I I I II I 1 I II I I I 111I I r I I I J I 111 111111 I 11II I I I II I II MADISON COUNTY IIARTr March nThe peoplo of ih place are once more enjoying Htrains of music made by the The family of A C Hart who have had measles urn Iwtter Joe JoneHof Villa Grove Ills is visiting relatives at this plnceMrs H ilbillof Mote visited her daughter Airs A C Hart Saturday C J Lake has been visiting relatives in liockcastle county 1110 HIM March 131Ve are having some March weather nowRev Parsons filled his regular appointments at this placo Saturday and Sunday and also preached at the school hous Saturday nightMrs Nannie Lam visited Mr and Mrs Levi Lamb Saturday and Sunday Miss Mattie Lambvisited Miss Flora Green Saturday night Mr and Mrs George Alexander visited Mrs Alexanders parents Mr and Mrs Mike Parker Saturday night and also attended church at Pilot Knob Sunday Quite a crowd attended church Sunday and all seemed to enjoy the meeting Miss Minerva McKeehan spent Mon day with Miss Flora Green Miss Myrtle Settle visited Miss Minerva McKeehan Monday evening Mr and Mrs J H Wilson spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Tom McKeehan and family Mr and Mrs Reuben Gabbard visited Mrs Julia C Green and family Saturday and Sunday Henry Baber is working for Tom McKeehan this weekOur Sunday school is progressing nicely Miss Lucy Hayes will lead the Christian Endeavor meeting Saturday night Mies Minerva McKeehan entertained quite a number of young people at- hllr home Thursday night CLAY COUNTY IIIIIMNQ SlIUXOS March 10The Gas and Fuel Co of Burning Springs have about de cided to dissolve partnership and JIL and Emmitt Rawlings will install tie gas system of heating Good luck to the enterpriseHiram Mc Creary and family are visiting friends and relatives in the vicinity of Burn ing Springs Measles have broken into the fort and attacked three of our students but their condition is favorable Several others have been exposed The wife of John Smith died in Louisville last week after an operation Her remains were brought home to Burning Springs by herI husband and father and interred in the family burying ground on Laurel CreelcThe attendance at school forI the last mouth has been poor patrons of the district have not yet learned to appreciate nine months ofIschool However there are some reasons why certain children are out but not reasons sufficient to keep the most energetic mans child away from school during its last month OWSLEY COUNTY IIICETOWN March lOH H Rice has moved to Boonovillo and Fayotte Garrett now occupies his placeArthur Garrett is in Louisville this week j purchasing goods for his storeC- B Moore sold his cattle to the GarJ retls for 3250 He has also sold hit hogs to the Gabbard boys Uncle Henrys sousGeorge Garrett was d his fathers this week but has gone to Booneville todayDr Cash will move to Longs Creek soon and Wm Baily will occupy his house A J Chandler is preparing to do some hauling soonC B Moore mado quite a lucky move last Satur day The creeks were swollen so one could float ties in them Mr Moore hud contracted to haul a large num ber and procuring some hands he floated the entire number 330 to nightHenow hauling from thereTLe debate did not come off last Friday owing FridayEverywere three speakers on each side The subject was Resolved That war has caused more grief to the human family than whiskey The affirmative wonTho wife of Milon Helton died at her home Tuesday evening She leaves three small children a husband anda host of friends to mourn her loss She was a loving devoted wife and allwere loath to part with her- 0411DAItl March JOL M Garrett has moved to Ricetown Ho rented H H Rices house Mr Rice has moved to Boonevillo where ho intends to sell goodsMrs Jaley Gabbard and daughter Pearl were on Cow Creek Wednesday Mrs Martha Helton wife of J M Helton died last Wed nesday13 T Huff has returned from Leslie county where ho has been working on railroad tiesDr S I J M Kosh of Ricetown is planning to move to Breathitt county in a few isdaysThero was a tide in the vivo r 18last week and several of our citizens went to market with timber and roo port an excellent priceJ MCombs of Beroav was here a few lays last weekvisiting relatives also working for the interest of Sunday schools 0 B Moore and family will leave for Idaho sometime in April Uncle A C Gabbard of Booneville died Friday night Mr Gabbard was born at this place and resided here till about twelve years ago when he moved to Booneville He wall a merchant and for o number of year i postmaster His farm located hero contains over six hundred acres and chitbville and T L Gabbard cashier of the Hyden Dank The farm will b divided between the two GARRARD COUNTY CAUTKIISVILLK March 12r and Mrs J B Carter returned from Louisville after several days stayMr Sailor of Copper Creek is teaching a singing school at Level Green Church house with very good success The school was very much needed at this place ment appointSaturday the same place Brother Bicknell is doing n good work at this place Everybody come on Sunday and be instructed on the duty you owe to your livesDlr J G Clark has been suffering very much with rheumatism for a few days anda great many people have the grip and very severe coldsMrs Truman of near Cartersville died last Sunday of rheumatism She had been an in valid for a long whileJ C Nap pie of Paint Lick was the guest of R C Booin last SundayMrs Geo Allen and five children visited Mrs J G Clark last Friday afternoon Mrs Ellie Green also called on Mrs Clark Friday afternoon Miss Al mer Layer is teaching a musical jBoainFridayMrs Fannie Keohler has returned from Illinois where she has been visiting a few weeks Mrs Keohler commenced select school jherut Paint Lick There will soon be a jbanksthere must be plenty of money in old Kentucky The company has stock the amount of 50000subscribed this fact insures early consum completingall Bicknelland banking institutionBrotheri Boain were the of Mr and Mrs Joe Boain SundayIROCKCASTLE COUNTY IIOUNK March 12 The cold snap has stopped the farmers from plowing in this locality Rev B F King filled his appointment at Fairview Satur day and Sunday He preached an interesting sermonIVs were all proud to shake hands Sunday with Rev Joseph Hornsby who has just returned from Cincinnati OIdaM Wren is visiting friends and relatives in Madison county this week We are sorry to hear that Criss Woods house at Conway burned Most of bis things wore BaedTvH Lambert an 1 G L Wren went to Mt Vernon on business Saturday is The fruit trees ordered by the people of this community have come at last James W Durham and A L Wea ver attended church at Fairview Sunday Mary A Lambert visited friends in this part Saturday and Sunday Agues Dobbs is very sick at this writing John Berry of Illinois is visiting friends in this locality We were all glad is see goadhorsedayHarry Woodall and wife of Berea are visiting friends here UOCKFOUII March 6W H Stephens is mov ing to his new house near J Wa Todds The Misses Ella Lake Florence Holmes and Minnie Waddle and Mr Ely Bulloti and brother Chalton visited friends here Monday night Reecie Todd who has been sick3s some beUerJ W Todd went to Berea Saturday on business a Win Linville who was kicked by- a improvingJohn hereSundayMr = 1SundayRobert 0SundayGenevabeen sick is better March J3P S Callahan has gone to Emanuel KyJno Crouch er says he is proud of the dog law as ho teals there will bo more bread for elrildrouC Holman is spoke Inspector for a Lexington firm j seems to be doing a good business 0I Mrs J W Todd who has beers sic so long is better Ely Bulleu of Conway Ky was here Thursday ou business Ethel Mae Stephens is sick with measles William Roulett went to Hamilton 018IIt week John H Gadd visited friends near Dog Walk Sunday evening rMiss Mattie McGuiro is very low with measlesAlso H C Thomas has eight cases of measles in ono house JACKSON COUNTY DOUDIK IfCK March lQIVanro having a rainy March and roads ore very bud The farmers are preparing to make crops Mr Little says measles have made their advent in our neighborhood as thickas were tho frogs in Egypt but they have not lone much damage etJoel1akcs Sr is on the puny list againRevCash Van Winkle filled his appointment at Pine Grot e last Sunday From his discourse it would seem that he thinks there are too runny branches to the church twillebuild mychurchSquire John Hammondattended the called fiscal court at McKee last Monday Ho says that he believes that Judge Engle will make an uptodate county judgo We hope when the time of year comes to make good roads that the judge will whisper it to the overseers and road hands or our roads have not had much attention for the past few yoarsBen Drew has a pair of 3yearold black mules that he has been offered 475 for Some think them the best pair of mules in tho county KVKUCIIIKKN March 5The prayer meeting at Pine Grove is growing The people of Pine Grove are looking for the Rev Mr Tupper of Borea to preach for them the fourth Saturday and Sunday in this month Grover Drew has returned home from schoolat Egypt Ky Quite a number o young folks from Indian Creek at tendedchurch at Bethel Sunday Among them were L J Lake Fred Morris Bradley Lake and Susie Gab practicinglawlion Brothers J R Callahan lost a fine brood sow last weekGreen bought a fine yoke of steers of DeesiMrs John Martin and family visited Edward Lake Saturday nightGreen Lake has been de- horning cattle for Henry McGuire Hoosier Deese has moved to the campThereold Evergreen P 0 on Saturday the of merchandise etc Several died last week because they had no collars March 12Rev D B Clemons preachedat Pine Grove Sunday Brother Cas Lunsford assisted him T J Lake of Berea is making spokes on White Oak branchLou isa Griffin visited her soninlaw Will quiteillcommunityFrank friends on Dry Fork Saturday and Sunday George Witt and family SundayHenryCalahaa day Green Lake and John Martin went to Livingston Saturday on busI inessBen Drew is running two teams on the roadnowL B Martin is our leading merchant in this vicinity lllOII March 12At this writing it is fairly pleasant weather but the roads are awful muddyW R Bongo is his daughter Mrs Lizzio Kimberly at Dreyfus Jako Perkins visiting George Bengo Born to Mr and Mrs Leuas Powell on the Oth inst a girl babyJoe FlanorI took dinner with W R Bongo Sat progressingcome and lots have a still larger schoolAsa Parks passed through this vicinity last week buying hogs Miss Beatrice Halo visited MillSI Maggie Bongo lust Saturday u Tht March Meeting of the Madison County Farmers Club Will be held in the Court Hoiso at Richmond Saturday March 17 WOO 2 oclock pm this being aJpostponement of ono week from regular time Reports of the meet ing of the State Farmers Institute at Frankfort will be received and Prof S C Mason of the Farm Do partment of Berea College will given address on tho subject of Soil Improvement illustrated by charts and samples of some of the different soils of the county 2t JTwoJackson County Ky Both well improved good buildings of fruit and water coal and timber For further information address D 11 Click Kerby Knob Ky i A Days Doings in Kentucky LEGISLATURE ADJOURNS About 150 Bills Were Adopted and Sent to Governor for Approval Frankfort March HThe general assembly session or 1906 closed short ly after midnight after a session ot GU days during which time about 160 I bills were adopted and sent to the governor for approval Of this number only 18 have so far been approved The appropriations aggregate = 500000 onehair or which Is for further exten slows of the state capital now In cuuraa or construction and for the erection ot which 1000000 was appropriated two years ago The most noteworthy con test or the session over legislation oc curred Tuesday In consideration or the new revenue bill and tho article or that bill proposing to tax rectified spirits manufactured In the state The original bill and as passed by the lower house of the assembly mado the gallon the unit providing a tax thereon of Hi cents The rectifiers pro posed as a substitute for this a graded license tax of from 1500 on each 100 OUO gallons manufacturer to J 2000 on all quantities above 175000 gallons The senate adopted this latter basis p0elIflowence committee and It was siren For flue hours this conference committee wrangled and finally reported that It could not agree on a compromise plea of taxation The house accepted tho report and refusing to accept the graded license struck the whole arti cle relating to rectified liquor from the revenue bill and adopted the bill This action leaves on the statute books a law of two years ago taxing rectified liquors 50 cents per barrel the consti tutionality or which Is still pending In tile courts ot the state The back down upon the part or the house was due to the tact that the revenue bill as a whole would have been lost and lie defeat would have left the national banks or the state tree from taxation for two years Coy Deckham at midnight sent aIcommunication to the general assom bly just about to close the regular session calling the body to meet In ex tra session at noon Wednesday The purposefupon rectified and blended spirits MOUNTAIN TORRENTS The Rivers Are SWIlling and Sip I Floods Are In Sight I Mt Sterling Ky March leReports from tho mountains indicate a heavy tide in the rivers and a heavy run of logs and rafts The steady downpour or rain for 36 hours has swollen Kentucky river despite the big flood in sight and lumber men aro happy Four or the big lumber firms expect to secure 500000 logs during the run Red river Licking and Big Sandy rivers are on a boom The booms all along tho rivers have been strengthened and hundreds or men are on the booms catching tho logs The creeks and branches In the moun tains are forcing out many loose logs and a 15 to 20 toot rise is expected In tho Kentucky river at Deattyvillo Mill owners hope to secure enough timber to run through the summer The Frankfort mill will got a fine supply or logs out over 20 rafts have al ready passed down to that point It It said this tide will bring out GOO 000 worth or timber- FEUDISTS TRIAL SHIFTED The Marcum Murder Cases Have Seen I Transferred To Beattyvllle I Jackson Ky March 14 Special Judge J L Dorsey entered an order transferring all five of the Marcum murder cases to Leo county and grant ed the defendants ball in the sum of 10000 ExCounty Judge James liar gin exSheriff Ed Callahan Attorney 11 F French John Smith and John Abner are charged with being acces lories to the killing of Marcum The cases will be tried at Beattyvllle In the immediate future The Election of Senators Frankfort Ky March HSonate bill No 124 fixing the time for elect ing a United States senator on the second Tuesday after the meeting and organization of the general assembly not counting tho Tuesday on which the general assembly meets passed SG to 0 Another Dill Stolen Frankfort Ky March HUoule No 252 prohibiting shipping or whisky Into local option districts mys teriously disappeared In the senate Tuesday night just before adJourn- ment while the numerous enrolled bills were being compared Fined For Conspiracy Louisville Ky March HHaUls H formerly of the PriceBarton Hay Co who pleaded guilty in the federal court to falsifying weights and conspiracy to violate the Interstate commerce law was fined 1025 Tuesday afternoon Home For Fallen Women Frankfort Ky March 14 Senator Shadoons resolution expressing it as the sense of tho senate that a home for fallen and friendless women should be established by the state was called in the senate and unanimously adopted Automatic Sprinklers Frankfort Ky March HSenate bills Nos 262 263 and 277 permitting the board of control to put automatic sprinklers In the three insuno asylums were called up In tho house and posh ed No insurance will be carried 4 1 i I GET MARRIED You have more than enough money to furnish your house if you Buy From Chrisman If 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 Visitors Call and see my goods and prices before you buy and the rest is easy R H CHRISMANTELEPHONE No 26 WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRIN- GII do watch and jewelry repairing for the rates at m store on the Val laceton Pike one mile out- I will also repair sewing machines Phone 120 W M CAMPBELL F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND Successor to Robinson All calls promptlyattonded to night and day- Telephone No 4 Beren Ky 00000000000000000000000000o o o o I Came I Saw I 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