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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j lBEREA PUBLISHING COL E TUPPER Manager Enltrrd at the Byaeerondelan IH+H+IHzI+HIII+HHJo IVOl VII Five Cents Copy BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 20 1000 Ono Dollar a Year NO 41 IDEAS c jUl1gcIIhhnsutrhis will ho draws bin portrait to the- oycH of his companions by every word Every opinion reacts on him who utters it It is u thread bull thrown nt u mark but the other eum remains in thin throwerfl Or rather it It n harpoon throVii at a whale unwinding OH it flies a coil of void in tho boat and if the harpoon is not good or not well thrown go nigh to cut tho Btearsman in twain or sink tho boat Emorson in Compensation IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho case against tho packers como to on unexpected stop It ha been decided by Judgo Humphry of the Federal Court that tho fact that the defendants gave Commisflionur Uurflclil tho Information on which tho cases dojxmd renders theta im mune from prosecution This does not make it linjxMHiblo to touch tho cor onitious but only tho individuals who UfO now Iraing prosecuted Whilo ouMf40 neo mOil bleeding them for thin last twent years mado examples by prison went ducts it must ho remembered that the object of this prosecution Is first of all reform of existing conditions and not rovonge Slowly but surely publicity IH working reform It is wild that machinery lion bcon ordered for the excavations In tho BO called diamond lulls of Elliott coup ty nod that by May 1 tho work will begin An export declares that 110 Ihas found unmtatakablo tracits of ox volcanoes thoro mid tint far bolo the tutrftioo will b found tho tutIn of these volcunoea iu which tho diamonds will bo found A stock cum4iuy linK loon organized and work will bo puehud until tho fluid fails or pans out JIAnd now it is the turn of tho an rbolyMagazine y s Harley Davis iu which it is declared that tho anthrncllo coal trust is marc grouping more powerful and moro daugorous to the welfare of the country us a whole than oven Stand and Oil A rory interesting article is mado and tho promise sonic stir riniug disclosures War is always terrible and wo lung for a state of things that will make it ImpoARiblo for nun to kill one another slut thud time has not come as yet and the wail of sonti mentalists over tho killing of outlaws iu the island of Jolo a few days ago is decidedly out of place There is no room any longor for barbarism that huts existed in sonic parla of the Philipinea for centuries It is n curve uf the hostile and barbarous Indians of the West over again Tho army was hamperrd by tbt wmtiinontnlists then and CoUJr0s8 had an investi gatiun every a brush with the liwtiloH was had Killing those who will uut bo civilized has always bean necessary and it is no more cruel than tho loath by smallpox of those who will not bo vaccinated Women and children woro not purposely kil led anti when oho sees another at the stopJoFROM THE WIDE WORLD It has practically been determined by tho English government not to introduce n larger programs for Irish legislation during the present session of 1arliument but it is expected that such legislation will bo introduced early in next session It is believed that the governments Irish program will prove exceedingly liberal and possibly include an assembly to sit Iii Dublin A failure of crops stda conse quent famine are afllicting three prefectures of Japan and over a mil lion people are suffering Assist milieu both private mud official is active but is entirely inadequate to tho necessities of tho occasion li- cliiR also being soul from foreign coun tries Affairs iu Russia aro far from j promising Tho people do not scum to take tho elections to the national i assembly at all seriously and tho revolutionists are pursuing n policy of assassination and guorrliu warfare Tho aristocracy are afro working a gainst tho success of tho liberal par ty and tho Czar RCCIIIS afraid to let go his mold upon the autocracy Tho I conditions are such that it would not bo surprising if tho now polioy should ho given up and tho old re pressive measures once moro resorted toIGeneral Kuroputliin the Russian general who mado the last stand ngalust the Japanese in his last or der of tho day to his troops guru as tho reasons for the Russian defeat by their enemies tho bureaucratic form of tho Russian government and tho immorality and inefficiency of tho Russian officers y T Brooke Ida L 4 Jun 4 THE CITIZEN n I FIRE IN JOHNSTOWN The City Threatened With a Dls aster That Almost Rivals 1theGreat Flood THE BUSINESS SECTION BURNING Lose Estimated at Hundreds of Thou sauils of Dollars Oiitt Fireman Dead and Others Hurt Regardsa t Companies Stricken CityIIs In Darkness Johnstown Pa March 28Wllh a monetary loss that Is estimated at sourly a million dollars one fireman killed several seriously hurt by fall ling walls Johnstown Is threatened with devastation that almost rivals that of tho groat flood Tho arc broke ornratayknown cause Notwithstanding tho efforts of 12 fire companies tho blaze continued to spread In all directions and It was feared help would hue to bo sum moned from neighboring towns ntCampbell a fireman was caught under a falling wall and crushed to death Ills body won recovered The volun leer flro department Is holplOM Tho equipment Is Inadequate and the hoso IN constantly bursting Time town Is without uloctrlc light or lower tho wires of the electric light company having been burned One Man Missing Tho building of tho Johnstown Journal has been entirely consumed G II Santamnuro telegrapher for the Pub Fishers Press asoolaUon Is missing and It U feared he has perished Tide building of the Henderson Fur nlturo Co was almost destroyed while tho Foster building and Oreor l ulld Ing Is also hurling Tho fire started In the flv story brlok building of the Swank Hardware Co nt Main and Dedford streets A general alarm was turned In and all tho firemen gt the city are fighting tho names Tho Swank Hardware Co was tho largest wholesale hardware oetabllsb meat between Plttaburg and Philadel phia Structures adjoining the Swank hardware building are also on fire It Is not yet known how tho bloae start ed A largo quantity of powder and oil aro stored In tho hardware store and It is not believed that the flamoa cnn be checked before thoy roach It Grave apprehension Is felt as to tho result when tho powder ands oil U Ig ailed While many streams of water are being played on tho hardware build- Ing there Is little hope of saving any hart of It and tho chlof work of the firemen Is being directed towards sat Lug surrounding property TO PREVENT LYNCHING A Former Minister Was Hurriedly Re moved From Lamar Col La Junta Col March 28 Jlev W Oouley Connoll former pastor of tho Presbyterian church at Lamar who is hold for trial on n charge of Immoral conduct was wifely lodged In jail hero after having been hurriedly removed from Lamar to prevent n lynching Connoll loft Lamar two weeks ago Ho was arrested at Waxnhachle Tex and was brought back to Lamar Mon day Several hundred mon thronged tho streets threatening to hang the minister On being arraigned In court Connell waived examination acknowl edging hla guilt Later under heavy guard ho was removed In a wagon to fats Anlinas where ho was placed on board a train and brought to this place RETURNEDI I Former City and County Officials of Buffalo In Trouble Buffalo N Y March 28 Confes sinus made to tho grand jury by Row land J Conover tho contractor who has boon convicted of grand larceny m the first degree for his connection with n county contract for tho removal of bodies from an old cemetery will result In tho Issue of warrants for the arrest of 2 = former city and county olliclals Eleven Indictments wore found by tho grand jury on tho state rents Conover made before It Theater Destroyed By Fire Merlilen Ct March 2STho Men mien theater a wooden structure and a fourstory brick building adjoining It were burned entailing a loss of about 116000 Doth buildings wore owned by the WIlcox Realty Co Two fire men were injured Fire at Statesvllle N C Statosvlllo N C March 28A dts iRtrous fire broke out on Broad street Four brick buildings were destroyed entailing a loss estimated at from 40000 to 60000 For a tlnto tho whole business section of tho city was threatened AS WAS EXPECTED Joint Scale Committee of tho Miners in the Central District Reported a Disagreement NO CHANGE IN THE SITUATION Unless an Agreement Is Reached Before Saturday 225000 Workers iu Four States Will Bo Called Out So Far as Can Be Determined the Op posing Sides Are No Nearer a Settlement Than They Were In January Indianapolis Ind March 28The Joint sonic committee of the bituminous coal operators of Illinois Indiana Ohio and Western Pennsylvania Tues day reported a disagreement to the joint conference of time central com petitive district and after a session of three hours the conference adjourned to moot Wednesday The discussions and arguments pre sented during tho afternoon by tho representatives of the minors and op orators showed no change whatever in tho situation and established the fact that so far as indications can deter mine the opposingsldos are no nearer a wage agreement than they were in January whoa too first conference was held The present wage scale will ox plro Saturday and unless an agreement Is reached before Its expiration 336000 minors in the four states will be called from tho mines President Mitchell opened the afternoon session by offering a resolution ar a basis of sottlomonL It was tho restoration of tho scale tho mining scale and tho day wngo scale and tho load work scale of IDOt J II Winder chairman of tho op orators offered as a substitute a mo thIn to adopt tho present scale with all conditions existing at the time of Its adoption with time mining rato at Danville III for a base and to include all cost of shooting loading timber ing and Inspection of shots Both Sides Firm Speeche wore made for tho operators by J C Kolsem and Phil Poima of Indiana II N Taylor of Illinois stud IL L Taylor of Illinois and II L Chapman of Ohio nil expressing the determination of the operators of those states to oppose an Increase In wages and to refuse to pay nu ad vanco For tho minors President John Mitchell Vice President T L Lewis and Secretary W U Wilson of Jho national organization together with Provident II C Perry of tho Illinois minors President William Green of the Ohio minors and resident Wel lington OConnor of the Indiana miners expressed the determination of the minors to Insist upon their de mand for the restoration of tile wage scale of 1901 which Is nn Increase of- Ui5 per cent F L Robbins of the Western Pennsylvania operators who favors tho payment of the Increase de manded by tho miners did not speak during tho afternoon Phil Poona the Indiana operator In his speech suggested the settlement of tho differences by arbitration INSTITUTEFOR TUSKEGEE Gift of 665000 Will Accrue Finally By the Will of Andrew T Dotger Now York March 2SA girt of JCC5000 will accrue finally to the Tus kegee Institute Alabama by tho will of tho Into Andrew T Dotger a retired merchant of this city who died two months ago at his home In South Orange N J By the terms of Mr Dotgors will tho residue of the estato after all his bequests are paid will go to Tuskogco at death of his widow The absolute value of time estate Is un known but tho appraisers filed tho Inventory of tho personal property praying it to bo worth 994932 Of tho real estate much of It Is valuable property In this city no Inventory was illod but enough is known of tho total value of tho estate to make sure that Tiiikegoo will receive 005000 Manager of the Dayton Club South Bond Ind March 28Ed- nrd P Louzan of Now Orleans line boon signed to succeed tho lato Hub Knoll as manager and captain of tho Dalton Central League team Um pires Dongora RIgler and Pfeffer will report to President Carson April 5 To Raise Price of Hardware Plttsburg March 2STho executive committee of the American Hardware Manufacturers association began a two days session hero A new scale of prices was discussed at length with a strong tendency toward a general raise in prices Prisoners Burned To Death Corslcana Tex March 28A ne gro prisoner at tho county farm two miles from here set fire to his cell In an effort to escape Ho and three other colored prisoners were burned to death and n fifth fatally burned Burned In Effigy Madison WIs March 2SAll Uni versity of Wisconsin student demon stration Tuesday night held In Indlg Isors ii I MEDICAL OFFICES Order Issued by the Postmaster General to Close Certain Illegal Concerns ARE REFUSED THE USE OF MAILS The Condition of Affairs Developed I Udder Departments Investigation of these Concerns Is Appallng It Is Alleged That As High As 20 Criminal Operations a Day Were Performed In Some of These Offices Washington March 20 Orders have been Issued by Uio postmaster gen oral Instructing the postmasters at Now York and Drooklyn to refuse to admit to tho malls the advertisements of Ct illegal medical offices located in thoso cities and also to refuse to deliver mall matter received addressed to tho fictitious and assumed names under which parties conducting these concerns hide their Identity For some time past tho department has had inspectors working in New York gathering tho necessary evidence to close the malls in these cases and tho officials of tho department Sunday ex pressed the belief that practically all of the criminal concerns of this character Iu those cities have been cov ered A statement given out at thp post office says The condition of affairs which has developed under tho department investigation Iti all of these cities has been appalling It was found that In a largo number of Instances thoso engaged in conducting those offices havo criminal records and are dope fiends In Boston cne of tho concerns excluded by the department froth the malls was supposed to have beon the once at which was performed the fatal operation upon the young woman Susan Geary the suit case murder One of the doc tors whom tho department found Identified with several of these offices In Boston was also connected with the Susan Geary case Tint number of deaths that have been caused In those offices can never bo known Tho volume of business done by these concerns was large It was said that ns high as 20 criminal operations a iXTfr were performed In some of these offices and that tho income sometimes ranged as high as 2000 a week STANDARD OIL HEARING John D Archbold Vice President of the Company Testifies Now York March 27John D Arch bold vice president of the Standard Oil Co was the principal witness Monday In the hearing conducted by Attor fey General Hadley of Missouri be fore United States Commissioner San born In response to Mr Hadleys di questionWho tho active head of the Standard Oil Co 1 Mr Archbold re plied that there was No master mind in Standard Oil that It consisted of an aggregation of individuals Mr Archbold also volunteered the state meat that John D Rockefeller had no desire to evade any questions that Mr Rockefeller knew nothing about time matters concerned in the present suit but that If Mr Hadley wished to go to Lakewood and question him ho would find Mr Rockefeller willing to answer questions Mr Hadloy inter rupted this statement with tho remark There Is only one way to examine witnesses here THE BOWLING TOURNAMENT A New Team Was Installed In the Third Place Louisville Ky March 27mld the greatest enthusiasm manifested since the opening night the five men teams In tune national tournament of tho American Bowling Congress came to an end Monday night the result of tho evenings bowling being the Installa tion of a now team In third place Tho Brunswick Balke Collender team of Chicago rolled n grand total of 2754 and thereby nosed out of third place the First National Bank team also of Chicago which for several days has been occupying the coveted place with a total of 2750 Reached An Agreement Washington March 27A cablegram was received at tho state department from Ambassador White stat- Ing that time Algeciras conference had practically reached an agreement upon the question of policing Morocco which was the most dlfllcult issue before tho conference Thp agreement is along time line laid down by President Roose velt A Cyclone In Oklahoma Perry Okla March 27Three persons sustained severe Injuries and thousands of dollars worth of property was destroyed In a tornado that struck tho neighborhood south of Bill ings Okla Because She Wouldnt Elope New York March 27 Because Lou lee Franchlnl a pretty Italian girl tho daughter of the proprietor of the Tlv oil restaurant refused to elope with hlmYlctor Custinl a former walter hot and killed her then committed C r A Family Ne spaper lFight Pages dIII I I JvIJoI I1tI+Ittt1Itt t I t IDcu doubtless app re jcia t e prompt painstaking 10 attention to the details o fIyour banking business This is where we can be of real service to you r t I f The Berea BankingGo Capital 25OOO BEREA KENTUCKY We pay interest on deposits +e AT WELCHS Day in and day out you will find better prices and more dependable merchandise at our store than at any other pluco in Madison county We havo tho largest and most complete stock in this and adjoining counties bought for spot cash no time or discount consisting of Dry Goals Shoes Hats Clothing Hardware Groceries Field Seeds and tho cheapest Drug Storo on earth a Druggist in charge so that one Doctor never gets to fill another Doctors prescriptions Some of the Prices Obelisk Flour oa Gold Medal Flour 55 Meal 25 Dry Salt Meat 08 and 09 Lenox Soap 03 or 2 for 05 Clairett Soap 05 or 3 for 10 Ivory Soap 05 or 0 for 25 Sugarbrownfti 04 granulated 05 Tomatoes 05 Studebaker Wagons and Oliver Plows and it looks like everybody trades at WELCHS l a- korokokokoutouroutoroamourorokokorokokolrorokororoarokorol o so0a o o 0ARE YOU COMING TO THE x I Little HardTimes Store j- s o o- a A O- o To buy your Groceries Shoes Clothing o- o Feed Stuffs Locust Posts Shingles American 111 o Wire Fence Plows Hose Hames Chains 0- i Osborne Machinery and all the good things that I 0 0Io- o I want your trade no matter who you arei o o gifrr tNo x rQoI A Pe SETTLEJr Io o Phone 40 x t 0 rItoiloi oS4o oitoAOgoito to oitokokiloSlollo oitol1o14oStoSeoiko7loSCOk 1 Under the Red Robe By STANLEY J flTEYMAN e7btr braWlgJWrm- CHAPTER IV CONTISIUED Madam I said hoarsely and know my face was gray as alhesIet us understand one another God forbid I she cried on the In scant I would not soil myself 101 Madam I said trembling But then you are a woman Tha should cost a man his life She laughed heartily You saj wallshe retorted I am not a man Neither am I madam Madam de Cochcforct has spent this aftoraooa thanks to your absence and your Imbecility with her husband Yes I hope that hurts you she went on savagely snapping her little white teeth together To spy and do vile work and do it III Monsieur Mou chard Monsieur do Mouchard I should sayI congratulate you You are not Madam do Cocheforct I cried stunned even In tho midst of my shame and rageby this blow No Monsieur she answered grim ly I am not And permit mo to point outror wo do not all He 0811ithat never said I was You yourself co skillfully that we had no need to trick you- Mademoiselle then I muttered- Is madam she cried Yes and I am Mademoiselle de Cochetoret And in that character and In all others I beg from this moment to close our Acquaintance Sir When we meet again If ever we do meetwhIch Cod forbid she cried her eyes sparkling do not presume to speak to me or I will have yon flogged by the groom And do not stain our roof by sleep Ing under it again You may Ho tonight In the Inn It shall not be said that Cocheforet she continued proud ly returned even treachery with In hospitality and I will give orders to that end Tomorrow begone back to your master like the whipped cur you are Spy and coward With tho last fierce word she moved away I would have said something I could almost have found It In my heart to stop her and make her hear Nay I had dreadful thoughts for t was the stronger and I might have done with her as I pleased Out she swept by me BO fearlessly as I might pass bomo- ioathsomo cripple In the road that I stood turned to stone Without took ing at mo without turning her head to see whether I followed or remained or what I dillhe went steadily down tho track until the tree and tho shad ow and the growing darkness hid her gray figure from me and I found myself atones CHAPTER V- HEVKNOE And full of black rage Had she only reproached me or turning on me in the hour of my victory said all she lad now said in the moment of her own I could have borne It She might havo shamed me then and I might have taken the shame to myself and forgiven her But as It was I stood thero In the gathering dusk between the darkening hedges baffled tricked defeated And by a woman She had pitted her wits against mine her wom ans will against my experience and she had come off the victor And then she had reviled me As I took It all in and began to comprehend also the more remote results and bow com pletely her move had made further progress on my part impossible I hated her She had tricked me with her gracious ways and her alowcom ing smile And after aUfor what she bad said it was this mans life or mine What had I done that another man would not doT Mon Dlcu In the fu turo there was nothing I would not do I would make her smart for those words of hers I would bring her to her knees Still hot as I was an hour might have restored mo to coolness But when I started to return I fell Into a rage for I remember that I did not know my way out of the maze of rides and paths into which she had drawn me and this and the mishaps which followed kept my rage hot For a full hour I wandered In the wood unable though I knew whero the vil lage lay to find any track which led continuously In one direction When ever at the end of each attempt tho thicket brought me up short I fancied I heard her laughing on the farther Qdo of the brake and in the Igno- mIny of this chance punishment the check which the confinement placed en my rage almost maddened me In the darkness I fell and rose cursing I tore my hands with thorns I stained my salt which bad suffered sadly bo toro At length when I had almost resigned myself to lie in the wood I caught sight of the lights of the vii lage and trembling between baste and Anger pressed towards them In a few minutes I stood In tho little street The lights of the inn shone only V yards away but before I could show myself even there pride suggested that I should do something to repair my clothes I stopped and scraped and brushed them and at the same time f dirt What I could to compose my fea tures Then I advanced to the door and kaocV4 Almost oa the rostant I the landlord rule tailed from the Ia side Enter Monsieur I raised the latch and went In The man was alone squatting over the fire warming his bands A black pot simmered on the ashes as I entered he raised the lid and peeped Inside Then he glanced over his shoulder You expected mo I said defiantly walking to the hearth and setting one of my damp boots on tho logs Yes he answered nodding curtly Your supper is Just ready I thought you would bo in about this time He grinned as he spoke and it was with difficulty I suppressed my wrath Mndeinolscllo de Cocheforet told YOl1 I said affecting indifference where I wasAy mademoiselle or madam he replied grinning afresh Bo she told him where she had left me and how she had tricked me She laughingt the thought and at tho night of hi mocking face I raised my fist But he read the threat In my eyes witht sieur ho cried In his vile patois My head Is sore still Raise your hand and I will rip you up as I would aI Pig Sit down fool I said I am not going to harm you Where Is your wife1 About her business Which should bo getting my sup per I retorted sharply Ho rose sullenly and fetching a platter poured the mess of broth and vegetables Into it Then ho went to a cupboard and brought out a loaf of black bread and a measure of wIno and set them also on the table You see It he said laconically And a poor welcome I exclaimed He flamed Into sudden passion at that Leaning with both his hands on the table he thurst his rugged face and bloodshot eyes close to mine His mustache bristled his beard tram bled Hark ye Sirrahl he mut tered with sullen emphasis =bo con tent I have my suspicions And If It were not for my ladys orders I would put a knife into you fair or foul this very night You would lie snug outside Instead cf Inside and I do not think any one would bo the worse But as It Is bo content Keep a still tongue and when you turn your back on Cdcheforct tomorrow keep It turned Tut tut I said but I confess I was a little out of countenance Threatened men live long yon rascalIn Paris he answered significant ly Not here Monsieur He straightened himself with that nodded once and went back to the fire and I shrugged my shoulders and be Jan to eat affecting to forget his pres once The logs on tho hearth burned sullenly and gave no light Tho poor oillamp casting wolrd shadows from wall to wall served only to discover the darkness rho room with Its low roof and earthen floor and foul clothes flung here and there reeked of state meals and garlic and vile cook Ing I thought of the parlor at Coche tarot and the dainty table and the MlUnou and the scented potherbs and though I was too old a soldier to oat the worse because my spoon lacked washing I felt the change and laid It savagely at mademoiselles door The landlord watching mo stealthi ly from his place liy the hearth read my thoughts and chuckled aloud Palace fare palace mannnrs hi muttered scornfully Sot a beggar on horseback and he will rideback to theInnKeep a civil tongue will you I annwercd scowling at him Have you finished he retorted I rose without deigning to reply and going to the fire drew off my boots which were wet through He on the Instant swept ort wine and loaf la the cupboard and then coming back for tho platter I had used took It opened the back door and went out leaving the door ajar The draught which came In beat the flame of the lamp this way and that and gave the dingy gloomy room an air still more miserable I roso angrily from the fire and went to the door intending to close It with a bang But when I reached it I saw something between door and jamb which stayed my hand The door led to a shed In which the housewife washed pots and the like I felt some sur prise therefore when I found a light there at this time of night still more surprise when I saw what she was do ingShe was seated on tbe mud floor with a rushlight before her and on either side of her a highpiled heap of refuse and rubbish From one of these at the moment I caught sight of her she was sorting things horrible filthy sweepings of road or floorto the other shaking and sifting each article as she passed it across and then tak ing up another and repeating the action with it and so on all minutely warily with an air of so much pa tience and persistence that I stood wondering Some things rags she held up between her eyes and the light some she paused through her fingers some she fairly tore in pieces And all the time her husband stood watching her greedily my platter still in his band as If her strange occupatiom fascinated him- I stood looking also for half a minute perhaps then the mans eye raised for a single second to the door way met mine He started muttered something to his wife and quick as leavingIan to the fire laughing In a twinkling he followed me his face dark with rageVentre saint erUl he exclaimed1 J thrusting It dose to mine Is Beta mans house his own It Is for me I answered coolly shrugging my shoulders Ant his wife If sho likes to pick dirty rags at this hour that Is your affair Pig of a spy he cried foaming with rage I was angry enough at bottom but t had nothing to gain by quarreling with this fellow and I curtly bade him remember himself Your mistress gave you your orders I said contemptu ously Obey them lie spat on the floor but at the same tlmo he grow calmer You are right there ho answered spitefully What matter after all 11IIe you leave to morrow at six Your horse has been sent down and your baggage Is above- I will RO to It I retorted I want none of your company live too a light fellow He obeyed reluctantly and glad to turn my back on him I went up the ladder still wondering faintly In the midst of my n6oyarc what his wlfh was about that my chance ilutcctlou of her had so enraged him Kvnn now he was not iiiltu himself He followed me with abuse and deprived by my de parture or any other iiiKiuin of show lug his spite foil to shouting through the floor Tho KlRht of my boloiiulnRs which I had left a few hours Ijoforti at the chateaustrewn about the hour of this garret went some way towards firing me again lint I wax woru out Tho indignities and mishaps of tho even y a DIAMONDS ing had for once crushed my spirit and after swearing an oath or two I began to pack my bags Vengeance I would have but the time and man ner I left for daylight thought Be yond six oclock In the morning I did not look forward and If I longed tor anything It was for a little of the Ar magnac I had wasted on those louts of merchants In the kitchen below It might have done me good now- I had wearily strapped up one flag and nearly filled tho other when I came upon something which did for the moment rouse the devil In me This was the tiny orange colored sachet which mademoiselle had dropped the night I first saw her at tho Inn and which it will be remembered I picked up Since that night I had not seen It and had as good as forgotten It Now as I folded up my other doublet the one I bad then been wearing It dropped from tho pocket The sight of It recalled allthat night and mademolielleM lace In the Ian thorn light and my flue plans aud the end of them and In n tit of child ish fury the outcome of lung suppressed passion I snatched up the sachet from the floor and tore It across and across and Hung the pieces down As they fell a cloud of tine pungent dust burst from them and with the dust something heavier which tinkled sharply on the boards I looked down to see what this was perhaps I had already repented of my act but for the moment I could see nothing Tbe floor was grimy and uninviting and the light bad In certain moods however a man is obstinate about small things and I moved the taper nearer As I did so a point of light a flashing sparkle that shone for a second among the dirt and refuse on tho floor caught my eye It was gone In a moment but I had seen It I stared and moved tbe light again and the spark flashed out afresh this tlmo in a different place Much puzzled I knelt and In a twinkling found a tiny crystal Hard by lay another and another each as large as a fair sized pea I took up the three and rose to my feet again the light In one hand the crystals In the palm of the other They were diamonds diamonds of pried I knew It In a moment As I moved tho taper to and fro above them and watched tbe flre glow and tremble In their depths I knew that I held that which would buy the crazy Inn and all Its contents a dozen times over They were diamonds Gems so fine and of so rare a wateror I had never seen gemsthat my hand trembled as I held them and my head grew hot and my heart beat furiously For a moment I thought I dreamed that my fancy played me some trick and I closed my eyes and did not open them again for a minute But when I did there they were hard real and an gular Convinced at last in a maze of joy and fear I closed my hand upon them and stealing on tiptoe to the trapdoor laid first my saddle on It and then my bags and over all my cloak breathing fast the while Then I stoio back anD taking up the light agala began to search the floor patiently Inch by Inch with naked feet every sound soaking me tremble as I crept nltber and thither over the creaking boards And never was search moss alcceutuJ or better paid fa the fragments of the Mcbet I toniI six smaller diamonds and a pall of 1 rubles Eight large diamonds I found on the floor One the largest and last found had bounded away and lay against the wall In the farthest corner toIgave up tho search and satisfied at- last that I had collected all sat down on my saddle on tho trapdoor and by the last flickering light of a candle which I had taken from my bag gloated over my treasure a treasure worthy of fabled Golconda Hardly could I believe in Its reality even now Recalling tho jewels which the Fngllsh Duke of Buckingham woro on the occasion of hU vlnlt to Paris In 1C25 and ol which there was so much talk I took these to be an nile though less In number They Hhottld bt worth 15000 crowns And I hold them In the hollow of my handI who WAI scarcely worth 10000 sous Tho candle going out cut short mi admiration Left lit the dark with these precious atoms my first thought was how I might dispose of them safely which I did for the time by secret Ing them In thii lining of my boot My second thought turned on the quontlott how they had come whore I had fating them among tho powdered spire aria perfumes In MaduimUello de Co3h forctK sachet A mlnuto reflection enabled mo to coma very near the nucrot and at the same time IIbcsn flood of light on several dark pisses What Clon had been seeking on the path between the house and tho village what tho good wife of the Inn hail sought among the sweepings of yard and floor I knew nowthf sachet I know too what had caused thl marked and sudden anxttty I had noticed ut the chateau the lase of this auhPt And there for a while I camo tn a check Out one step inure up tho lad der of thought brought all In view In a flash I guessed how the jewels had come to be In the sachet nnd that It wag not mademoiselle but it do Coch eforct who had mislaid thorn Arid I thought the discovery so Important that I began to parse tho room softly unable In my excitement to remain still ITo D Continued IlinUhlnK a 1rnud Mnlne In tin In the early days of Augusta Mi when the people role about the country on horseback a certain aristocratic lutlRo rldln Into town one day on his smart horse was overtaken by s neighbor a poorly dressed Irishmen tiding a rattler rough looking animal In the outskirts of the city the two Joctcd along aide by vide lUc sfla tbelnenrtdthinking it beneath his dignity to bi seen In company with Patrick re quested the RIh ran to fall back a lit tic I The quickwitted ton of Erin rr sp Ing the situation fill baHc a few fiaeo sad awaited lila opportunity for r vcnge I As they were entering the principal street the Irishman called out from be hind Jeclge am I tar monk behind vet honor I The discomfited judge sitting verj erect paid no heEd io the Irishman A little further on Patrick again railed out to tho Intense amusement the bystanders Jedfte am I tat enough behind yer honor now slrrSo all along the way Patrick ruv shed the proud jutllnoston Herald yere and Wnrr Rear Admiral Ulgglnjon at a dlnmv that ho recently gave In the navy yard AmerIleanIn England he And I wore staying at tho same country houses It was tho shooting season and on the second morning of our stay we foitnd ourselves shooting over the same oov era side by side The morning was cold and gray and through the mst I noticed my compatriot acting strangely lie rasi about oddly In a HtUe while the keepers began to watch him to smile and to make low toned remarks Finally I saw a pheasant runntni along tho ground and the young Amen lean running after It with his gun ad vanced and cocked- A keeper hastened up to him suit said Oh sir you mustnt shoot the bird a running No Blake Im not going to salt tho young man Cant you sea Im waiting for It to stopr New Orleans States Shocking ConfeniloM Benedict is a New Haven man wile has been eight times the father of a bouncing bounder In the outskirts 64 the university city Is a little tows among the hills named Prospect ant last year four of the children were scut there for the summer One day Benedict and his wife f1k tertalned at dinner a new acquaint once Prof B The professor Is a bath elor and like many scholarly men rather ill at ease in society What a fine little family of chU dren vou have he began with a1 admiring glance at tho four stayat homesYes indeed replica Benedict proudly and we have four more IB Prospect Tho professor hh shed his astonlaH ment Llpplncotta Magazine Slew One on Slur I have come to naked for you daughterWhich one Marie or Helen Hra Didnt know you had twe co I believe I prefer Marie If shei so w ted looking that Helen has tt keep her In the background she mulct to a acbDctrc1t Tribal THE DISAPPEARINO DIME Clever Trick by Means of WliickXou Can Mystify Your Friends Provide yourself with a piece of India rubber cord about 12 inches long and a dime with a hole oa the edge attach tho dime to the cord with a piece of white sowing silk and after having done this sew tho cord to your coat sleeve lining but bo very careful and ascertain that tho end upon which tho dime Is at tached does not extend lower than within two Inches of the extreme end of tho sleeve when tho coat ts on It Is better to hove tho dime In the left arm sleeve Having done this bring down tho dime with tho right hand nnd place It between the thumb and index finger of the loft hand as rep RBADV TO lXl TILE THICK S resented In tho acompnnylng cut and showing It to the company tell them that you will give the coin to anyone present who will not let It slip away You must then select one of tho au dience to whom you proffer the dime and just as ho la about to receive it you must let It slip from between your fingers and tho contraction of tho elastic cord will make the ooln disappear up your sleeve much to the astonishment of Ute person who thinks ho Is about to receive It This feat can be varied by pretending to wran the coin In a piece of caper or handkerchief Great care should betaken not to let any part of tho cord be seen as thii would of course ills cover the trick This Is one of the most surprising feats of legerdemain and Its chief beauty consists in Its extreme simplicity Another good trick is to stand an egg upright The unceremonious NaTlgidorI Egg Evidently at that time It was considered Impossible to stand an egs on IU point Such however Is not the case says Good Literature By taking an egg Ca large ORe Is the best and well shaking It M tbat the yolk may be broken and Mixed with the white It can be balanced by any one with a steady band upon Its broad end A place of glass er slate or nay smooth and oven surface ls belt adapted for this oxpertatML To display water bctwltobad fill a wine Rises wltb water to the brim Lay a piers of card flat upa It and turn it ow kMptag the Olin nltIn while In plate with the hand When the ales is iBWrtuI the send will net tAn though the hand be removed neither will fte water run out being- kept In poabjn by atmenphsrte prat sure Place the Ideas tbae inverted on i smooth wooden table near the edge sad mutlously draw sway tin card The seater will still not run out so long M the glue li not moved but the moment any one lifts it the whole will blt spilled PONIES SMALL AS DOCS Miniature Horsen from Iceland Which Have Bu Made Pets by London Society London society has a bad rue of the zoologlcals Tiger cats gentle little lemurs gazelles with their soft brown eyes fretful porcupines and anteaters have all In turn been made pole but they have all been dethroned as rulers of petdom by tho are the funni IcelandI They are TINY PONY FROM ICELAND no larger than a Newfoundland dog their height is 28 Inches slightly less than that of the ordinary tableArt ts woolly as sheep and quiet as lambsSeven of these little fellows were Imported by Mr Jamrach the natural lat and he insists says theNew York American that thoy are Quite at home and well mannered lathe house and that a baby might play safely with them Two of the herd are chestnuts two mouse one bay one black but the pick Of tho bunch lathe smallest of all has a long cream colored coat and a tall that sweeps the floor All seven were bought at 75 each on the first day of their exhibition One of the customers is an Intimate friend of the qneen eo that 1 Is quite probable that a pigmy pony will find a royal mistress Unhealthiest Capital Bt rtetcrsburg Is now considered to ba thu unhealthiest pltat la Europe I BOOMERANGS t The Truth About This Queer Native Weapon of the Australian Tribesmen More has boon written and less understood of the boomerang than of almost any other weapon It Is gen orally known to be a flat stick of wood bent Into a shop which suggests a combination of a V and a U although with the extremities spread apart until they are at right angles with each other In point of fact boomerangs are of almost every shape from pointcircu Inc to nearly straight and seem to depend for their efficiency not so much upon the evident form an upon tho curves which aro shown on their flat sides It ono takes a boomerang and looks along Its sharp outer edge it Is seen tbat this edge pre sents a wavy appearance n delicate ly adjusted sinuosity like the line of u long screw This curve Is not elaborately fashioned or smoothed Into evenness tho hard wood of which tho boomerang is usually made being picked out with short blows from a sharpened flint hold In the band almost always shows indeed indefinite Irregularities What rule of construction the savage artificer follows even he him self would probably be unable to say Yet ho has some definite plnn In mind no doubt for while he chips and peeks away nt tho wood be taken frequent squints along its edge to see how his cunnres are progressing You will never see two boomerangs that lire just alike but all are similar In their relation of curves along the flat side Tho boomerang maker knows Instinctively Just where his boomer nag will go when ho throws It al though ho never seems to aim any two In the same way More lies have been told about ttt boomerang declares the Philadelphia V JCATIVB lUlleD TO THROW TUB HOC isOPress than can well ba enumerated and nearly every Australian traveler comoa back with a fresh aseortmsut One hears of men who can so throw a boomerang that It kills an enemy behind a tree and then come flutter lag cheerfully back to Its owner who thereupon hurls It on a fresh mission of carnage A flock of frightened cockatoos speeding In In tricate glratlons through tho air to escape tho attack of natives who want a bird for dinner are pursued nt every turn by these erratic weapons which strike thorn down by the dozen and then return to the hand that cat thorn Old wives fables these at which Australians laugh knowing In the nature of things their falsity In the first place the war boomerang Is not made for return and Is only slightly bent so that It may go hopping and bounding along tho earth like a hoop and make big holes In the body of the adversary These are of hard heavy wood and ugly things to Inflict a blow but the return boom erang Is simply a plaything or to be used in light hunting and although It might give a snob a painful rap could not seriously Injure him Att 4 for tho cockatoo story It has thin much truththat a native boomerang hurlor If he saw a flock flying by him In a straight course could so cast his weapon as to come upon them unawares at a given point and perhaps knock one down but his boom erang would drop too having no power of flight after It has struck anything A PUZZLED GEOORAPHEK Teacher says that Mla ltflfll IR the Indian name for FathurolWaters Why dont they call It MliterilppIT And U Mliiourl one of his daughters A D Condon In St Nicholas Enterprising Girls The 12 ycarold daughter of a farm er of Pipestono county Minn plowed one hundred and twelve acres of his farm for him The youngest typesetter of whom there Is any record Is the nineyearold daughter of a New York newspaperman Sho does the work well The editor of a weekly paper pub lished near Palatka Kla announced la a recent issue of the paper that the greater part of Its contents had been put in typo during his illness by hla young daughters aged 12 and 14 A Living library AprmaJndlan library Is on Interest ing one An Arizona judge who has been studying this tribe says that they t select several promising youths their tribe from time to time for posofharden of their traditions and thoy aril Istrequired to commit them faithfully to memory They In turn instruct their successors and thus preserve the tra ditions In the exact language recited fry their ancestors ot many years ago J h1III I II I I I I I I I I I I 1 +101 HIHHHI IllI Your Soul In Your Work If you with to succeed it matters not in whnt you are engaged whether as teacher blacksmith or carpenter you must put your soul in your work Simply working to tho letter of your agreement may satisfy your employer positionhuter Put your soul in your work do more than your agreement requires you to do It is not enough fellow teachers 8uperintolldcut that you taught a good school or a bettor but tho heat Remember that the school superintendents of the uptodntowill refuse the good bo sorry if they must take the hotter and wantonly him whoso own district and county mark best andremember too that only ho is mnrketl best who puts hit whole noul into his work Look at the master pieces of great painters like Michael Angelo Rosa Bonhcur or Scheuck and you see their very nouls shining from their workThen too wo nee the great Teacher tvnjno t itself for his cause nnd like him follow teachers we must lovb our work nnd like him too wo must snake some sacrifice for that work though perhaps In a different man nor Dont squeeze your district for all you can gut out of it and leave your finger prints ou every dollar Rather than see your pupils shiver iron draughts caused by broken window IMIUM or from lock of fire buy fuel or window lights us I have done and as I know ninny of you have done toolIorole1l0 teachers is what put your loyalty to the test Will you buy these things or more when necessary or refuse to do it because it is tho duty of the district and lack of them allow your pupils t drop off one by ono until only yo are loft While in our mountain counties such cases are the oxceptio- and not tho rule still they do exist there and your school next summer may be ono of them In my short four years spent OH a teacher in th dear old mountains I have known more than one teacher to allow his school to diminish from many to none for this very reason And still those teachers under favorable cir S cumstances would have taught good schoolsNow lot us look forward to the summer and when it comes and it is time to sow tho sleds in the hearts of childhood let tho work be don kindly and lovingly and lot than fioeili be love and n thirst for some nobleLet into our work N F AMBROSE Colorado Springs Col Tim Poor MIMUimlro Oil Magnate Ah my boya mil lioiiniros position is a one Skeptical Friend In what wnyt Oil Magnate If I hoard my wealth they say Im n skinflint and if I give mymoney away I am to ease my guilty CQn8ciencoLTIt Bits Ilan U In Hljrlf- Mn wants n package of dye and she wants u fashionable colorsnd n little girl to a druggist- A fashionable color ecLosd tho pharmacist What does she want it for eggs or clothes 1 Well replied the girl the doe tor says ma has stomach trouble and she ought to diet And ma says If she has to dye it she might as well dye it a fashionable colorTho Times ltaaawatatttlrea s- I ForCoughs and Colds There is a remedy over sixty years old Ayers Cherry Pectoral Of course you have heard of improbably have usedI it Once in the family it stays the one household remedy for coughs and hard colds on the chest Ask your doctoraboudt N I hue had pntumonla tire time and Charrr r tor l i brought ma lafulr through e cfi thus I hue Init n ovtr 4 wonderfbrahltL V111WIIsetnnP- otat Wis itc 21 JlAdI AireoLowIIMusAlso I geTS SARSAPABIUA PILLS HAIR VIGOR I Ayer Pills Increase the activity of the lIVer and thus aid recovery History of the Eighth Kentucky Thrilling Story of the Part this Gallant Took in Our Civil WarIlRegiment rCHAPTER IVfTho 23d Juno Adjutant John Clark and Captain Winbourn obtnln1t ed leavo of absence and Kentucky I Tho afternoon of the Ith day of July our company drill suddeulyt stopped by tho reception of from Colonel Barnes for Company II to get aboard the train that boro us tho order nnd rejoin the regiment forthwith Leaving our tents and garrison equipage in charge of a ser geant and ten men we arrived atI Wartraco at sun set whore all thoI regiment except details from each company to guard tho tents fcc boarded our train of platform cars and as the whistle sounded nUll thoI iron wheels began moving South the Eighth gavo three cheers and bid Wnrtraco and old Iig tracks faro well halted two hours at Tullahoma and as wo wero settling down to a pleasant nap of sloop orders wero given to full in fall nj all aboard for Alison Tho moon shone brightly A short run of nine tnilen brought UK to Elk River bridge or where tho bridge hull been destroy ed by the rebels Near midnight tho Eighth lust the train crossed tho stream many getting wet by slip ping off the treacherous old dam that onco turned tho water on to the busy wheels of a flourishing cotton factory tho charred ruins of which made us fuel stud Viewed by the light of u waning moon the desolation was doubly solemn Wo took loIlMlon of tho score or more of vacated houses that constituted tho town where tho toiling employes had dwelt and were soon oblivious to things past and present Early tho 5tha largo detail from the Eighth were put to cutting tim her to rebuild the railroad bridge assistingsthis government employe The 7th genoralcleauing citizents hadowereubrought in by Pcnnsyl upnmore eager to with you ens than they wero to take tho oath of loyalty One towheaded clnatteuv torbaccor nor n grain uv in my house fur four months Our accommodating sutler n Kuueday followed us tho 8th with a fresh supply of army goods but scarcely to unload before wo wero ordered back to Tullahoma and the greater part of that night our cooks woro busy boiling and fry ing tho two days rations oEarly the Oth ono of those hot menewero to by tho railroad track in charge of the orderlies of each company mid thus reel from some of tho weight tho regiment marched northward The low distant thunder and ominous dark clouds came nearer At 0I pourdownat Tullahoma depot tho regiment stacked arms and the men lIOughtI shelter until tho train nnd sergeants with the knapsacks arrived The men hind neglected marking their property so as to readily recog nizo it from that of their comrades which resulted iu much confusion swearing and overhauling of knap sacks Meantime Colonel Barnes added to the confusion by hurrying and swearing for the regiment to fort Our camp and garrison equl pago having met us hero wo pitchedl our touts halt a mile west An the rain continued nearly all night almost every member of the regiment got thoroughly wot in erect ing tents Tho next day was spent andI sack squabble several of the Eighth officers procured paint and lettered knapsacksHero Indiana tho Irish regiment was added to the Eighth and Twentyfirst Kentucky foiming tho Twentythird Brigade Colonel Barnes temporarily in com maud Tho 11th the First Kentuc ky Battery and Fifth Kentucky Cay airy Colonel Haggard arrived from Wartruco Tho 12th Companies D nnd I of tho Eighth wero sent as guard to Elk River as the enemys cavalry wero menacing several points north nnd south of us 13thiwere en gaged iu devouring salt Jrkandcrackers cannonading coul north of us Late that evening wo learned that Forrest with a force of cavalry bad after a brief fight with Colonel Lester Third Minnesota and Ninth Michigan taken Murfreesboto and burned tho depot taking a good many of the Niuth prisoners and among thorn Lieutenant Park Ser geant Elkin and private Johnson or our regiment Lieutenant Park by assistance of tho fllmllv with whom ho was boarding eluded the rebels by secreting himself in the cellar Tho other two played off on the rebels who only held he town a tow hours About this time Bruggs nnd Kirby Smiths troops in and below Chatta nooga begun to feel their way north ward which caused n part of BuellV army under General Smith to con centrato about 12000 infantry and cavalry hero to resist an expected at tack from rebel cavalry About 3000 of General Woods commune arrived at Elk nhor and our two companies rejoined us The morn- Ing of the 14th wo moved into town and with other troops began fortifying the place as later reports confirmed tho rumor qf a largo rebel force from Chattanooga making their way toward this place A largo force uplicetown At the same time a largt number of wagons worp sent out over the country under strong guard t0 collect a supply of flour and otlie provisions A string of pickets were placed around tho place and artillery placed in good position All this began to look liko war in earnest To husband our halt rations of heel and flour Companies C and II 01 the Eighth while on picket the 10th took the oll to in a good supply of porkandpolatoes tile latter as S Wood remarked ho jest found growing wild up yonder in n patch of woods and Burgess Com puny II said the rebel hog hadn the countersign After till this pro partition for a siege our men appear ed somewhat disappointed the even ing of the 8th to learn that tin enemy had fallen back and we won ordered to march back to Murfrecs boro via Sholbyville Accordingly the 10th wo loaded our train and with the other three regiments of ou brigade marched northwest eve poor country meeting part of Gun oral Woods division Encamped early within ton miles of Shelbyville The 20th after passing over a rough road wo arrived at that town at noon whore we cooked andate dinner That evening wo made a short mare of eight miles and bivouaced on tin Murfreesboro Pike in a fine sectio- of country largo well cultivated fields of splendid crops of corn and cotton with occasional stacks 0l wheat Tho slaves were yet goner ally at homo Tho face of the coun try showed no ravages of war thanks to Buells orders and tho mild man ner of tho administration in dealing with these aristocratic slaveowners who were principally in the field governmentwile tiful supplies to fowl the rebel army the coming winter It mattered not how much our tired hungry soldiers wished n mess of green corn as a change from our hardtack not an ear of corn or leachor apple could be had without violating general or ders Many staff anti line oilicers had become disgusted with enforcing these strict orders and this concili atory policy of putting down tho rebellion and did not see a few green cobs lying about camp fires before tho boys had managed to bury or secrete themTO DE COSTISUED KKNTUCKIANH IIOMK COMINO Outline of the Truismm of UIIC Ktuitl In LouUvlllt Next June The programme for Homo Com ug Week in Louisville Juno 18 to 17when one hundred thousand for user Kentuckians are expected to go back to their native heath is rapidly taking shape Tho first day Wednesday June 13 will bo known as Reception and Welcome Day tho second June 14 as Foster Day the third Juno ID as Daniel Boone Day tho fourth Juno 10 as Greater Kentucky Day and tho fifth Sunday Juno 17usUntil We Meet Again The address of welcome is to bo delivered by Henry Wutterson and responded to by David R Francis of Missouri Others ou the programme are Win Lindsay John G Carlisle John M Hnrlatr Thos T Crittendeu Adlni E Stevenson etc There will bo n civic and military parade on tho first day anti every county in the State will establish headquarters iu tho Armory which is the second largest building of tho kind iu tin United States On Fos ter Day there will bo several events in memory of tho author orliMy Old Kentucky Homo including tho un veiling of a statue of Foster which will later bo cast in bronze and placed in the new Capitol at Frankfort Dan- Iel Boono Day will bo one of tho fea tures of tho week during which thorn will be sawing bees apple parings l- x f Ii I oldlaShlOnetljdnl1ces son present on Daniel Boone day who can provo tho closest relationship to tho great pioneer On Greater Kentucky Day there will bo barbecues campfires etc and orators will bo given tho opportunity to tell how Kentuckians have helped mako other States greater by their having lived in them On Sunday former Kentuck inns will fill all the pulpits in Lou isvillo Send names and addresses of any former Kcutuckians you may SecretaryCommercial S Ra BAKERI Dentist OFFICE I Over Printing Office BEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without pain9omnofo- nneChicago Tailoring Company Mr W L Flanevy represents this well known tailoring company in stylishn endemade to order nt the most reason able prices Seo him before you 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From Cincinnati Finely equipped trains Leave at convenient hours Making connections With all Southern Lines All ticket agents will Sell you through tickets See that they read Via C H 0 W B CALLOWAY Gen Pass Agt Cincinnati Ohio r r I i p- Pi tI L TS The Citizen An Indepsndaat Family Newspaper Published every Tburwlny at Bore Ky BEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Edltorand Mgr Subscription Ratos fAVAbU IN ADVASCX One Year 1100 Btxmonlbi J4 Tfcrco months rb send monty by PosIotmre honey Ordet1 z re Honey Order Check Drift Itelaterod Letter or onu and two vent Stamp y The date after your name hnwa to whet date- sour iiibscrlptlon la paid Hit le not changed I within three wide alter rending UI money aonry ua- Gnbacrllxra wlBhtnj Tns Cmziut Stopped part notify ua at tlio expiration ot tub Krlptlon pajrlm all arrrar otherwise we abatl snider that they with It continued JOurad1rraehIDe eominguaNIedAgents wanted In every locality Write Ion terms ADrone pending 01 four yearly tub wW receive Tea CITIIIK ona eu imposing Technical Names Tip of the Tongue of the New York Press tells of the terrors often in i spired by the Imposing technical names of very common diseases One of the newly rich women who had ber name often In a certain Journal ad dieted to hitting at heads for filthy lucre recently visited an old gentleman a former friend of her husband who was laid up In bed with grip This aged Midas had Indeed grub staked her husband when the latter Went to Idaho to mine for a compe tency What is the trouble with you dear Mr 1 she asked at his bed Bide What can I do for your Nothing absolutely nothing he replied Aty trouble can be ended only by death It Is called macrobiosis Oh horrors she exclaimed Is It so bad as that In tears she depart ed and learned from her family doc tor that night that macrobiosis aim ply meant long life Many an edu cated person unfamiliar ot course with medical terms has been frighten pd into an early grave by a physicians pedantic use of Latin derivatives I once heard a doctor tell a foolish wom an who thought her last hour had come that she was a victim of ma eroglossla Theonly chance she had he said depended upon absolute si lence for at least a month She kept her mouth shut obediently and got well but was shocked to learn that macroglossla meant nothing moro than a great development of the tongue the physician using the term In a figurative sense A solemn conclave of professors of music dancing and etiquette has is sued an appeal In behalf of the swal lowtall coat They wish it to be appropriate for every state occasion day and night They declare that the spec tacle presented by continental bride grooms who are beginning to Imitate ho latitudinarianism of England and America in wearing frock coats at day weddings in churches is simply heartrending The conclave put Itself on record as recognizing tuner als as the only public functions at which the gloomy frock coat is permis sible The great white plague which year ly carrion off the children the aged the flower of manhood and woman hood Is directly communicable as we all know from sick to well by the germladen dry dust of streets cars offices or rooms If all who surer from the trouble would recognize this tact and be careful of this matter ot expectoration In a few years the dan ger of the disease would be minimized almost to extinction The California man wno claims that ne has devised a process by which he tan grow gold like potatoes seems to be wasting time in making long expla nations All he has to do Is to grow a ton or two and everybody will believe him The editor of n Manhattan funny paper has been robbed The thieves left word that they did It for a joke but as the Joko cost the editor l00u be thinks he could have bought several better ones forthe money There will be a cremation feast in Prom Penh the capital of Cambodia won The body ot Norodom tho late king is to be incinerated and with it will be burned the bodies of the new kings mother his deceased queen four princesses nine princes and twelve mandarins Holy smoke The mysterious thing about it Is that In spite of all these wholesale adulter atlons In food supplle8theI average length of human to in crenso Several St Petersburg editors have been sent to all for criticising the czar Its all right to exercise the priv ilege of free speech In Russia provided the czar doesnt hear you All you need now Is a little warmer weather and a few thousand dollars to have u splendid time taking automobile trips about the country The cry flack to nature Is raised again this time by the advocates of i Sold air treatment tar pneumonia i iiv i 0 PEOPLE WITH PRESIDENT Sure to Win in the Battle Against Oppressive Distinctions in Commerce The railroad rule regulation bill which passed the house of representa tives with only seven dissenting votea will also pass the senate The Irresist ible momentum of this bill says the Troy Times comes from the fact that tho people want It and in forwarding it the president has again shown himself to be the popular leader The rate regulation bill was made a nonpartisan measure In the house of representatives both the Republican and Democratic parties giving substan tially their entire strength to Its sup port The nonpartisan feature has no been lost In the senate The fact that under the guidance of a Democrat It omos out of a committee whose major- Ity Is Republican does not moan so much division In one party as union ot both in support of a measure which has the earnest advocacy of the president and the approbation of the people The discussion on the floor of the senate may elicit some amendments that will Improve the form of the bill but In Un substance it will pass by an Invincible majorityThe companies themselves are beginning to see that It is not wise to oppose a bill which some of the rail road presidents personally have declared to be Just and In the public Interest It will not be a bad thing for the corporations themselves to bo pro tected against discriminating practices which muddle the whole business of transportation and are often unpleas ant boomerangs- It Is undeniable that the people are with President Roosevelt In this battle against oppressive distinctions In com mercial Intercourse and that the samo responsiveness to the popular will that greeted the Hepburn bill In the house will eventually adopt that measure In the senate President Uoosevelts way of doing things Is still victorious because his purpose Is to do only those things that are right- REDUCTION OF WAGES Revision of the Tariff Would Fall Most Heavily Upon the Working Masses President Roosevelts repudiation of their ridiculous claims has dealt a death blow to the hopes of the tariff re visionists It has left them without what they had intended to use as their principal argument though it Is to be doubted If even the frown of the president would be sufficient to change tho Dingley tariff law supported as it Is by the almost unanimous voice of the American people to whom it has brought an era of unexampled prosper ity in direct contrast to the hard times suffered under the last Democratic regimeTariff revision as urged today says the Portsmouth if H Chronicle Is tariff reduction The inevitable result of tariff reduction is price reduction This Indeed Is Its principal aim Price reduction Is followed by home wage reduction What then Is tariff revision but wage reduction Luckily not even inferential agree ment Is accorded the tariff rippers by the president Instead of this they got an actual rebuff which not even the thickestskinned of them all can fall to understand They wince and It is well for the countrys interests that they are made to do so The Massachusetts Republicans have been crediting the president with holding tariff revision Ideas but W3 think they will shut up now it they have the slightest regard for the truth This Is President Roosevelts view expressed In his own words There Is more need of stability than of ah attempt to attain Ideal perfection In the methods of raising revenue SOME POLITICAL POINTERSt CTTho Democrats have made striking gains in Maine but the Republicans al ways jolly them along like that just before congressional and presidential elec tions Washington Posts crest prosperity In the foreign trade enormous activity In the domes tic trade and all without smashing the tariff How can It be Aro tho fates conspiring against Democratic free traders and Republican revisionisms It would seem so American Econo mist CTGov Folks free trade speeches are not received with enthusiasm by tho farmers of the west who remember that during tho last Democratic administration sheep were sold for 2G cents each and horses were lurnrd adrift In tho northwest hecause they hud uo mnrkelablo vnlueSI Louis Globe Democrats president is deeply anxiouv for a law which will afford o remedy for the evils of railroad discrimination and abuses In this he reflects u great and earnest public sentiment of which be has made himself the vigorous champion Rut what be wants Is the result and ho IK not boned up with particular measure Plttsburg Pressl c7Qn all hands the country sees the bidtime evidences of Republican pros perltySt Louis GlobeDemocrat crour free trade friends are doomed to another disappointment They were sure that If we did not throw down our tariff bars Germany youlil exclude our goods Germany has some protection of her own and recognizes tho value of thb syslera She cannot fairly ask another country to sacrifice such safeguards in order to encourage sales of German products So she retains her consist ency and her friendly attitude and pull the United Stales on the same footing aa olbers Troy Times tC kiU 4 L Iorra fUt ins arItl1 1Derai1tri nr Antfra By ARCHDiiriCP JOHN J GLENNON St Louis rAT lias always been a difficult and delicate task to ling the various methods of amusement and recreation within the hounds of decency and the moral law Indeed amuse ments always appear to be more popular in proportion to their deviation from the strict code of moralswhile those who think they have a mission to criticise or oppose them apparently only advocate them and gain neither gratitude nor results And this is especially true in the field of literature and the drama The author or the actor generally introduces his hook or play by doing something to attract attcntipn a libel suit or divorce court finds the greatest favorthen comes the production fitted to maintain the lost character of the author and the dear public flock to applaud for genius what is simply a salacious story And the same may be said of theater going To go night after night to the theater is one of the surest marks of decadence such de cadence as afflicted old Rome when her citizens sold their birthright their liberties and their glories for the bread and games which their tyrants gave them The bookI speak of works of fictionor the play has its dram atis personae characters like their own stories work out the plot de liver themselves of certain opinions by the way and supposedly rep resent people taken from real life For the time being they are the companions advisers entertainers and friends of the readers or the audienceSupposing these characters were by some strange metamorphosis to become real citizens Would they still enjoy your friendship Would they be your advisers your companions Some of you have tine residences and receptions Would you invite these dear friends of your book and stage acquaintance And if you did what a group you would have there quite a collection of adulterers murderers and general scoundrels whose lives are lies and with whom all morality is a worn out tradition You say you arc eminently respectable people Yes but when you read a book you surround you with the people who figure in it you speak with them you give them your sympathy they arc for the time being our closest acquaintances And why then would you want to disown them before your other friends Is it not hypocrisy to think with one crowd and talk with an entirely different one Roue and demimondaine are depicted with startling realism and mens depravity and womens shamelessness arc held forth as the ex pcopllfIit putrefactionIour hearts and himo 1Ve I I Antmra tlte linmW of SUnnctuitr Marriae Dy MRS JOHN H JUDGE I Clubwoman of New York and President of Soclt ty tot Political Study I When you realize that most men still have a of their own ership nf women especially when our ceremony rends Wlio givetlt this woman and Do you to honor and obey this man and whcn she addresses him as Master we perpetuate the barbarians idea of the slavery of women I The Bible does not refer to any romantic courtship Europe has few but asI have said before America is the cradle the nursery the tome of romantic courtship which is the basis of happiness and advancement and here the woman herself is asked for by the man noIbeing one by one What is accomplishing all this It is the education of the girl in schools and colleges and her rounding out and broadening her work in womens clubs She recognizes sow her duties her responsibilities and as her is a fact she is a better daughter a better wife and a better mother She no longer calls her husband master and he no longer wishes her to Let us on the threshold of the twentieth century when our lovely daughter walks up the aisle on the arm of her father to become the wedded vifcJiear a change in the marriage ceremony Let us hear Uie minister say in tOTes of gr ce and beauty in place of Who givcth handIin his her lover the emancipated woman his equal beiore God and man I I Sjumnr ant fi- 1Thi i UI 1fumnr By PROP BRANDER MATTHEWS lingering thought promise dropped through independence There is a great difference between hu mor and the sense of humor Humor is a positive quality which a man has and which he uses for the enjoy ment of his fellow man Sense of humor is neg ative It ia quality which prevents a man from making a fool of himself We have no word for it There is no reason to believe that positive humor is not appreciated And I see no reason to suppose that the sense of humor of the American people is in any way blunted We have always had a some what emotional sidefar more than people think we have It came out in thc Salem witch trials it came out in the transccndtal excite ment it came out in the antislavery movement It keeps coming out at intervals But thetrue common sense of the American people comes to the top after a little while and that froth on the surface is really no indication of what is going on internally American humor has not degenerated It is as good as it ever was People who say that are those who have seen tlje past and have not eyes to sec the present Henry James once said that every writer of fiction and possibly also writers for the stage should have the power of arousing either the emotions of surprise or the emotion of recognition There is no doubt which is the higher of those two when wfi rccojjnizc our fellowman irra Kook or play il t l r k A I BLUFFS ON THE TARIFF American StandPatters Heady to I Show Their Hands at I Any Time The new Gorman tariff which will become effective Mnrch 1 It seems In threatened to place the btand patters ender tho disagreeable necessity of showing their hands says the Chi ago Dally News Yet the stand paltors are the only lees who have laid their hands down sn tho table face up The other fol iows art the mysterious closemouthed men with poker faces who refuse to llvulgo their wants or to explain what they hold In their hands replies tho Milwaukee Sentinel Also there are few of them that will agree with their fellows as to the programme to be fol lowed I For Instance the Dally News and others of Its kind would revise protection out of tho tariff schedules alto nether but they nil Insist that they would not do the Job In n manner to Injure American Industries They have a scheme hidden away somewhere by which they can do nil this Then there are the Republican re risers that havo determined to revise the tariff In such a manner that all the objections urged to protectionism by the Democrats will bo removed I without In any way endangering the protection accorded to American la bor and capital These people do not even pretend to know how It Is to be done they merely want to do It i Again there are the selling cheaper abroad than at home hysterical pa heats They have read tho Demo erotic stories concerning this alleged evil and have believed them To the end that tho reported nefarious prac lice may be stopped Instantly they would reduce or remove the Import duties from all articles manufactured by firms or corporations that dump their surplus products In foreign markets Rut they ate not prepared to prove their ease having accepted hear deIrealisation I Finally there are the Republicans who are afraid that If tho tariff law oat revised the Republican party will be defeated In some earning campaign They wag their heads wisely and pre visionswhichfor the party that has always stood fer protectionism to change Its prlnel ryes and MUlti the ship that has krno tlMtm safely through many a I Herat Amid all this eoafusfon the stand ratters are standing pat They are the men who know where they are tt and why they are them All the world tee knows what the stand patters stand for In the abeam HAnees It would appear to bo in bad taste for the Dally News IB talk about making the siandpattsra show their hands SURPLUS IS REPUBLICAN Healthy Condition of the Treasury Through the Protective Principle For the Meal yoar that began July 1 lost the government receipts ate now ahead of expenditures The surplus at the end of last mouth was 1102003 I Yet 112000860 hits been spent on pub I lie works this your mainly on Panama canal account A payment of more I than 60000000 on that great enterprise partIDemocrat to look back over the financial record of the Republic ans since they resumed control of he treasury nine yenta ago a period including the Spanish war The years of deficit during the nine years ending with June 30 last give a total of 2M76C 82 The year of sur plus In the same time have u total of I3038300S7 Tho net surplus since tho Republicans returned to power in 1837 Is I91073COC It is n great showing when It Is re membered that a war was fought with Spain and one In tho Philippines that n largo payment was made to Spain for the Islands and that fCOOCOOOO cash bus thus far been drawn from the treasury for Panama expenditures During nearly nil these years the Ding ley tariff has been in operation lu practical wisdom has been abundantly proved In war and peace In an era of remarkable territorial and industrial expansion and of great public undertakings It la easy to stand pat on such results Government expenses Increase continually but the Dlngley tariff has kept up with the demands and In bring big In more revenue this year than the treasury official predicted The war taxes were repealed so lorn ago that they are almost forgotten Republicans ran point with honest pride to their government balance sheet 1 crFormer Judge Parker has been gly ing the Democrats advice at Jackson Miss There lu no hint In Judge Parkers speech however that Indicates an In tention on his port to run again Chi cago ilecortl Herald CTimportant data Is furnished In the annual report of the Philippine com mission but the real facts will not bo known uulll Datto Orjvin shnll be beard tramfit Louis Globu Democrat trAmerican prosperity Is not a myth to be demolished by free ttude dogma It is a substantial reality To nay that It could be morn extontlvd under a rev enue tariff or free trade is only a speculative proposition on which greater minds than that of Gov Folk have honestly differed with the consensus ul Intelligent oPlnlonJn favor of contin ulli under jyalcm Kansas City Journal fn WRECKED BY WHISKY Sad Case of William A Garland Son of Former United States Attorney General William A Garland 30 years old the son of the lato United States At torney General and United Stale Senator Garland went to the Chicago brldowell tho other day to servo out a fine of 7G for nllompllng to throw a brick through the plateglass win dow of a jewelry store Garland Is a physical and mental wreck trout whisky and morphine but ho has been a man of the highest mentality and was a litterateur having written much clover magazine fiction and two novels In an Interview with a reporter for the Chicago American he cavo expression to the following words of sototna warning to young man Work Is the only salvation for a young man There is moro chance for tho Scriptural camel to pass through the eyo of the needle than for the sue eras of the young man whoso rich fa they gives him nn allowance that does away with the necessity of work It Is criminal to keep liquor In a homo where there are Illllo children It Is criminal to allow them to drink It freely AS the wealthy families of the south used to tlo My father used to say that It was no ln to steal whisky I remembered these things and 1 used to steal bin whisky often In the days when the habit was growing on me Then I went to college ho said bitterly Do you know that college life ruins 90 per cent of the boys who Co there Of all my class but one U a success All the rest are failures That one Is a priest The boys who work their way through college RN the exceptions to this rule said Garland They have to work for everything they get lint the hthers It is only the un per cent that have extra stamina or wlU power or goodness that coma out unharmed from getting a college education- It Is a sin for any father to give a young man an allowance A boy should be taught how to work He should to made to earn his living lie should I e made to mowed by his An efforts he should bo mado to uteow that ht eta be Intrusted with money and then he may be given his Inkwli snot A young mans salvation Is work aid the man who had thrown uwftjr bus birthright for a mess ef potlago It I had keen staado to wOk for my thins r I WQHM tot be here today There are thousands of young mess like me In the country today TJmy have a wrong philosophy a wrong per peellv of life Then he gave some dont I lore they are Dont drink at all unless you have n wilt power like Iron Donl neglect your win power Cul that It always Dont look shown an work Dont have anything that you have not warned yourself Dout take any drug for sickness or anything else Dont smoke cigarettes Thny make you cruel rind unkind Dont dally with any temptation SAVED BY A KIND WORD How the Rind Doctors Timely Word Snatched Jim from A Drunk ards Grave He had lost nil Itabllltlnnd was a common gutter drunkard ills family had disowned him and would tint recog nize him when they met him Occasionally he would get a Job at the stables where Dr Davis kept his horses Out morning the iloctonJalJ his hands ait his shoulders and saidJim I wish you would give up There WON something like a quiver on the ntans lips aa hr answered If I thought you cared I would but there Is n gulf be tween you and me Have I made any gulf Jim1 No you huvent U you had been a millionaire could I have treated you more like a gontlqman No you couldnt I do care Jim There were tears In Oe eyes of tho man now I do care Jim with a tender little emphasis on the Jim Dr Davis Ill never touch another drop of liquor ns long as I live Jima Is today a respected man Scottish Reformer PROGRESS OF REFORM An artificial thirst leads to a ye- adesertRoma Horn Of all the bad habits the liquor habit Is the worstand there no sense In It But the gutter Is In It Farm Journal A drunkard Is a man who commits sulcldo on the Installment plan tams Horn The British government has forbid den the uso of liquor by uavul officers under 20 years of age and the older om sera are admonished to rose spirits in ex treme moderation Sir William Broadbent In a striking speech delivered nt u meeting of tho Na- tiOnal Association for the Prevention of Consumption recently declared that al coholic excess was one of the principal factors In the progress of consumption Some Frigid- In the nut week of the year the iEagleinzero A HANDY FEEDER Carrier Which Simplifies the Han dling of Ensilage from the Silo For feeding ensilage we use a box made of boards and 2x1 running on a track writes a Drown County Minn farmer In Fnrraere Itovlew Time track U is regular steel hay track sad THE CAtmiBIt la fastened t coiling above the center of feeding alley Where there S a corner to turn we have a curved piece The box A U 2 Y feet wide 5 feet long The standards B are 4 toot long and the sides are boxed up 3 feet high The ends are Ml open to receive feed The 4 roes plecea F are 2x4 and are securely nailed to B E and tin straps running aver content 0 are alito 2x4 and aro bolted to K To 0 are fastened the swivel pulleys which run on tho track and eta bo made by any blacksmith A board nailed from 0 toO will make the box more rigid This box la large enough fur feed tor a row of 15 bead KEROSENE FOR SHEEP DIP How an Emulsion Can Be Made for Use Upon the Animals Buffer log with Tick It has long been known kerosene ta a useful remedy for tick Infected CAt tie and mange Infested sheep How ever the illffleulty experienced In emulsifying the oil and thus removing IU Irritant erect on the animals has always proved a Korlous objection The bureau of animal Industry has expert monUxl carefully with thin matter and utter a numberor trials of different rom bination of crude oil soap and water the following formula was decided upon M Uio one best suited to tho uses we had In view Crude petroleum two gallons crater ane half gallon hart beep one halt pound Dlxaolve tleoap In tho water with tint Mid of heat to this solution odd the crude petroleum mix with a spray pump ur shake vlRoruiMly and dilute with mho ileslrtxt amount of water Soft water thould of COUDM be uped Various form of hard end soft soaps were tried but soap with an amount of tree alkal equivalent to 09 per cent of sodium hydroxide gave the boat emulsion Ijiumtry aoel x were qalle satisfactory but toilet soap In the main are not suitable An emulsion of enxta petroleum nude according to this modified formula will stand Indefinitely without any tonden ry toward n separation of the oil and water and can be diluted In any proper ton with cold sort water After sum cleat dilution to produce a ten percent emulsion a number of hours are re quired for all of the oil to rise to the BUI face but If the mixture la ngltatcd orI casionally no separation takes place After long aUudlns the oil separates In j the form of n rrcamllke layer whleb IP vastly mind with the water again by i stirringIn this emulsion for use In the field tho Oranpi Judd Farmer BUR Ktsta ulnnte spray romp capable of mixing 25 gallons has been used with Perfect nMceeaa The a bo vo formula ap plies most particularly to Beaumont crude petroleum but lias worked sue 1carefully with other crafts oil ANIMAL LORE Tho more comfort the more profit Look out for early Juuiba see that they do not yet chilled Clay floors are good liorsos kept on them usually havo sound foot There Is no sense or economy In ex posure to either mid or storms A good toed of roots at noon to tha breeding sown and growing pigs will be found profitable The pens should hecleaned each day to avoid a filthy condition and to keep the hogs comfortable Separate the heavy own from tho rest of tho flock ond see that there are no drafts to erect them In the pens The crcosol or kerosene emulsion can be applied to the hogs with a broom from n bucket i or an old sponge can be usedMany a good horse hue been spoiled jttst by standing In the barn doing noth lug IU legs bocomo permanently enlarged A horso cant stand idleness any more than n man can It musty straw la used or old straw ia left In tho holt ncstf there Is danger of washfwith water fouethlrd emulsion with twothirds water can bo used to prevent mange an J lice YchrsWork According to tho Ian annual report ofIwork of eradicating sheep scab and cattle mango In tho went during the fiscal year endue Juno 30 1995 there wore 53C30780 Inspections and 10873 C39 dipping of sheep and i4OS5207 inspections and 603394 dippings of cattle I Varktleo of fruit who can clvo you I sounder advice than the test growera La your helrhborhotidt PREPARATION FOR CORN Ground Should Be Well Prepared and Plants Carefully Cultivated If Good Yield la Obtained The proper preparation of the soil for tho corn crop Is often alighted In tho rush to get in aa many acres 03 can bo cultivated on the farm The soil la often not well plowed or well harrowed Otter largo cloda are left In the field hoping to got theta pulver ized when it comes to the cultivation of limo young plants Then laud U planted to corn without duo considera lion as to whether It contains plaut food sufficient to grow a paying crop It U bushels of corn that count on the right side of the ledger whon bal ancing up accounts in the fall rather than acres cultivated Practically It Is us easy to cultivate an acre that will yield 75 bushels as It is to cultivate one that yields less than 25 bushels and a moments thought will show thoI economy of looking well to the ity of the soil A few years ago my attention was called to an acre of corn which yielded C5 bushels of nlco shelled corn while It It had been plowed and planted in the ordinary way without any atten tion to fertilizing tho soil It would have done well to yield 30 bushels says a writer in tho Country Gentle man The sod had been covered wuh a moderate coat of stable manure then turned under and thoroughly put vorlied with t cutting barrow about 400 pounds of commercial fertilizer had been put in the soil distributed all over the land with a common grain drill Then tho corn was planted and given shallow cultivation with the re suit that mho yield was more than dour bledMy experience is that the yield of corn may be easily doubled by care ful preparation of tho soil proper ter tilization and direful selection of seed over the ordinary way of preparing and planting corn Another advantage Is that a well prepared corn field will resist the effects of a summer drouth better than poorly prepared soil Then the seed question Is a matter of consideration poor seed often damages the prospects of a good crop to great extent Replants will amount to much since they are noverI than the first planting An good stand of first planting should be secured if poaalblo A SINGLE PUMPKIN SEED Prom It Grows a Vine Which Pro duces Eight Pumpkins Weigh lug in All 300 Pounds Tho accompanying picture shoes sight common field pumpkins which grew on one vise the put season This vine came up in my strawberry patch and as the strawberry plants KIOIIT PUMPKIN FJIOM ONE SGEU near It died wax allowed to grow and little was thought about It until fall cthon those pumpkins were picked from It Tho eight weighed exactly tOO pounds tho largest ono weighed exactly OJV4 pounds and the smallest greenOnonut ripen How Is that for Connecti cut from one pumpkin teed enthu RlBtlonlly asks tho correspondent In n letter to the Rural New Yorker Prosperity from tho Farms Tide Is essentially an agricultural nation audit Is well to remember that whet cornea out of the ground la what makes us richer bemuse it means not Only wealth but new wealth The sweat of rnonfl brows and the sunshine transmuted Into new gold that is what happens in the wheat fields and tho cum lands and the cotton planta Ions When the farmer haa money everybody else faro welkFarm Jour nal Spring Setting Any fruit trees or vines and shrubbery may be sot out In the spring of the year after the frost is out of the ground providing tho ground la not too wet up to May 15 All stack should bo healed In or planted Immediately after receiving the same No small nursery stock should be planted when the ground puddle- sPossibilities of n Small Potato Wo have heard people say Iii a half discouraged mnnner I ur t small potato unvway what ran t do to make history Did you ever1 stop to realize asks the Rural New Yorker what a big hill of potatoes can b3 grown ham a small seed It the grown i has faith The air in an ordinary family cellar will not be fit for bees If decaying apples cabbage and turnips are not rsuarly sorted out anil removed e r b SUNDAY SCHOOL ESSONI The Two Foundations International I Sunday School Les- Ion j for April 1 BY 11BV WILLIAM EVANS D D Dlnjctor Biblical Department of the Moody Ulblo Institute Chicago Ofl- ldn Lecturer of the Cook County Chicago Sunday School Aseo elation on tbe international 8 a Lessons Copyright 1SW by Joseph 11 Bowie Scripture Lesson Matthew 71529 Warning Against False Teachers It should not seem strange to any student of tho Bible that there should be found within tho ranks of Christian ity men who though outwardly wearing IU garb yet inwardly an traitors to Its cause Christ Himself predicted such a condition of ihlngt Tho traitor In the guise ot the patriot the wolf In aheepo clothing la to be looked for Christianity must be on the constant lookout for IU Uoncdlct Arnold Traitors Within Its Own Camp We aro not to look for these false teachers within the ranks of in fidelity but In the pulpit the pro lessors chair the theological sera Inary tho university The very places which should stand for the defense and purity of tbe Christian faith ara to be watched for lu most bItter and effective enemies Contemptible beyond degree ia that mn Mho poa logainn exponent and defender of Chris tian truth Is yet traitorous to that faith who by false teaching Is under mining the very foundations of tho faith of those who by their sacrifices and gifts are his dally support That a man has a right manward to be hove and teach what he believes to be ruth should be acknowledged but let him not occupy the chair in a Christian Institution nor the pulpit In a Christian chruch in order to der atroy the very things that chair and that pulpit call upon him to sacredly defend Benedict Arnold was a gentleman compared to this class of men I he got out of the camp and went over to tho British Let some of our preachers and theological professor have the honesty and character enough to get out of the ranks of the church the moment they find themselves to ba out of accord with Its doctrinal teach 1 = K nnd spirit True Teaching to Be Known by Its Fruits What fruits are produced by such false teaching Uncertainty unbe lief doubt ot the veracity of the Bible revelation denial ot the resurrection of Christ Ills Deity and redeeming work disbelief In the Immortality of the soul Are these the fruits which should be produced by the men who profess to represent the truth of God as It la inJesua Christ By such fruits ye shall know themknow that they are false A Message to Individual Christians This lesson sounds a solemn note ot warning to every Christian great anti factjupjsaved now they find out they ari DOt Threo surprises may be in store tar us In the Judgment day Vn shall be surprised to see many people 1m Heaven whom wo did not expect f peophJsurprised to find ourselves there tt- least to find ourselves inheritors oi- such magnificent glory What Is the True Test of Christianity I Not profession but obedience Bet ter profession and obedience It la not enoughto call Christ pretty names We must do what Ho tells us There Is a danger of our resting content In I merely believing nil Christs claims for salvation We should not rest In any mere ritualistic Up confession it Cartel Active heart obedience to HiJ commands must accompany this con fession The man who hears Chrlsta words and concedes them to be true and then does not make them the controlling power of his Ute is tbo man who builds his house on the sand A testing day Is certainly coming Chrlttt the eternal truth has said so In that day such n man will find that hU professions have been merely empty words they may have satisfied him in life they cannot satisfy tho Soi of God In judgment Banishment from the presence ot God will be his por thin forever and ever Beneficence Does Not Save No ono can read this lesson thought fully without realizing that It Is pos sible for a person to be an active worker In tho church a preacher In the pulpit a great soulwluner a theological professor and yet bo lost m the lost great day Christian work ant none from true motive taith In tail lord Jesus Christ as the Saviour of the world Is not truly Christian work tail receives no saving merit In that day It Is an awful thing to think chat a man may go to hell from beneath tho pulpit but It Is a morj awful thing for a map to go to hell straight out of tho pulpit or theo logical professors chair Yet this les son Is taught bore Let ua make our I calling sure- Asiurnnce as Well ad Warning I If this lesson tells us who may be disappointed It also tolll us who aiy I be ausured us to their eternal doj I tiny Those who build upon tho rock aro safe But what Is it to build upon the rock Our Lord Himself tolls us Everyone that ucaroth those I sayings of Mine and donth thomho- is the safe man tho maa whoso house of character will stand amid the storms of that great day The man who is a doer aa well as a bearer ot the Word may rest assured that It shall be well wth Mm Ia the juts neut j NOT AN UNMIXED BLESSING Thoughtfulness of a Wife Provided Conveniences That Were Inconvenient Zlr Bennett was about to leave town for a weeks vacation and his wife was Helping him pack his suit case relates Youths Companion Hero George said she beaming with the conscious ness of a good deed done Is a nice lit tle linen ease that Ive made for your cake of soap and here are two others one for your collars and one for your cells This long one with the ribbon bows Is for your ties Theyll keep everything so nice and clean Yees agreed George eying them somewhat doubtfully so they will And this continued thoughtful Mrs Bennett Is a little ease for your hand kerchiefs with a violet sachet Inside and here are two others lined with oil silk for your washcloth and bath oponge Whats this pillowcase thing asked interested George holding up a large white bag Why thats to put your fttarched shirts In dear See Its Just the length of your suit caseJ measured to get It Just right I coo said George thoughtfully moretI Ive been planning for this trip for weeks This blue denim case Is for your overshoes and this striped one Is for your slippers This one with the cunning little button and buttonhole la for your whiskbroom and these others embroidered with forget roenots are for your comb and your military brushes This larger case Is for your nightshirt heres another for your razors and t J little long one Is for your toothbrush I did Intend to make a case for your soiled linen butIt Just at this moment Mrs Bennet was called downstairs When she returned half an hour later George was sitting on the side of the bed among his personal belongings and gazing discon solately at the bulging sides of his suit CUBeWby exclaimed Mrs Bennett look Ing nt the array on the bed you havent packed a single thing Yes 1 have replied George mop ping his brow I succcedd in getting all those cases Into that suit case but there Isnt room for any of my clothes Factory Worked by Spiders Tho spiderweb gown mitt soon be a reality tor the threaus of thousands of spiders are being caretully gathered un wound and woven into shimmering allken fabrics On the island of Mada gascar this odd Industry Ls canled on under the direct management of the governor who has been appointed by the French authorities manager of what Is perhaps tho strangest factory In the world Here spiders toll day and nigh- and die from overwork and from Ig norance on the part of tho attendants Therein lies tho cbiof difficulty The spider seems perfectly willing to spin out In the mango groves of its native land but it grows sulky when transplanted to the speciallyprepared cells in tho allkspinning factory of Mada gascar BollWeevil Dying Out A Louisiana commission reports tha the bollweevil so much feared a year ago Is no longer a terror In that state la two parishes which It had Invaded heavy rains and colt weather have practically exterminated it and the farmers who planted earlymaturing cotton to avoid Its ravages find that the early crops yield more to the acre the the old varieties Not Guilty Man of the House Why dont you try to earn a living you lazy VAgn bond Instead of begging ItT Baymold Storey Mister it hoggin a llviu frurn tellers like you alnl earn In it I dual know wotIsChlcago Tribune Such a Wag Are you a weather prophet No answered the umbrella sales man Jocosely and confidentially I are the man who collects the wcatne profit Washington Star MARKET REPODTS Cincinnati March i- CATTlKFnlr to guod R W u- heavy uliwra 010 16 40 CALVKSKxtra 53 rG t10t1SChelee paokeroe q 6 m Mixed packets 6G- GIlliltlexlrrt See 15576 LAMIlSUxtrn 715 Q 7 ZS R 101111110 r mi lent 4M W 4 S- WIIKATNo 2 red 8GYzO 11 1 i mixedOATSNo O 3- 31t114Nn I W- UmKYNo ClilMR csW C- THAYCholoo timothy 13 13 S- OIOHKClcnr mess iIG 73 LAu D Prune steam S e6tI 8 0- 6liirrrKltCltoIro dairy 16 Clmlr 9- AIPLltSCholc X r bbl II 00 0 II W WrrnslhsIer bush C6 tJI tiO t14COOldCHICAGO FLOUnVVInter 3 49 O3W b33NnCOnNNu I mixed ir34 4 OATHNO a mixed tHYENo i choice 40 C POIIK Mra prime 1005 QIG 413 LAHOPrlme steam 8tNEW tORrt- nITItWllIllr patent 3 PO 4 JVVHKATNoS red 8 t7 rOHNNo 2 mixed iJ OATSNo S mixed UtP 33 ItYH Wedtrn mixed UI n POnKMrM prime 1575 111775 LA HP Prime Mourn S W Q 8 40 nALUJOm 0CORNNo 4S9 8i OAITLK Hteers 400 ft 4 C- OHOQSQooU to choice 700 O7S IOU1BV1LL- BWHEATNO 2 red o jCORNNo n white Ijj 47- UOATSNo S mixed 3tI 34 ltIlCKMfl prime 1t13 CO IJUlDPrline steam O 7 74 INDIANAPOLIS laHOaSSIIJIilOMt grade 400 Q GM i 0BereaFOUNDED 1855 PLACES TilE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students frcm 26 States Largest I College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENpE Two years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies TRADE SCHOOLSCarpentry Printing Housoworlc Nursing two yearsNORMAL COURSESFor teachers Three courses leading to County Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma ACADEMY COURSESFour years fitting for College for businee and for life COLLEGE COURSES Literary Scientific Classical leading ta Baccalaureate degrees MUSIC Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian tducatlon Our instruction is a free gift Students pay u small incidental lee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks may be brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 2423 Fall term opened September 18 Winter term opened January 8and Spring term will open March 21 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congrega tidnaliata Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denomination For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky G a ee e eGe I RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Phone 188 Richmond Ky CUT FLOWERS e DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS W tJ For o+od o+o+o +o +o Fo +o Fod od o Fo3 o 0+00+o Foto+o Fod od od0- o tTHE HOUSECLEANING SEASON o t Is hero and every housewife wants one or more + 1 pieces of new- FURNITURE+ CARPET or MATTING 9 Take a Loo Through Our Stockc It will nurprwe you how well and how reasonably we can to supply your wants r+ IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD 6mNow Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sewing Machine 525 130 and S3T worth O g6O and W5 S t CRTJTCHER EVANS uvro4r 6fCarriage Satisfaction Here BuggiesPhaetons Eunabouts Surries TrapsDurable Graceful Useful ComfortableStylish bodyfinishcarriages availably give tllaaNOWWe repaint repair and mtiro Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F lilGGINS Prop Ricfemea4 Ky r 1 Madison County Roller Mills 6 4 f I ItMMtMcc Manufacturers Fancy Roller Row Cora Meat Ship Stuffs Crushed Core Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat jfRlDB OP MADISON to wether ExctUeit Fi114 g4N fItIC lde I Potts Duerson Wig StftttM Ky t III Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I for Men 300 250 and 200 for I11 Boys 200 and 175 for Youths IUThe reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort end wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to give better satisfaction than Iti other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear I I11en expect more for thelr money than they can jet elsewhere Iti We carry a full line and can insure a perfect i fit f i ap ctlon invited COYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY 11111111111111 n 111111111111111111111111111111111 r I r Berea and Vicinity I t GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES J II I I II I I I I I I I I Correspondents are requested to be more careful the spelling of proper names Many times we have to guess as to these and there are so many chances to guess wrong to one to guess right We follow copyas well as we can and if your name Is not spelled right go and talk to the correspondentMr of the firm of Coyle to Hayes has so far recovered as to be about the house but is unable to attend to business The canning factory is now assur ed The stock has all been sub scribed the location selected and the organization completed J Bur dette is President P Cornelius Vice President E T Fish Secretary and W H Porter Treasurer The factory will be built convenient to the station Berea is to be congrat ulated on the establishment of this enterpriseThe for the taxation of the rectifiers has at last passed both houses though the senate heldout a long time and cut the tax down to one anda fourth cents a gallon The rectifiers did their best or worst to defeat the bill and now pretend to be very much aggrieved They have had their own way so long that the last is no wonder Attention is called to the notice of the closing entertainment of the Lecture Course in another column April 2 is the date The attention of subscribers is called to the growing amount of eastern Kentucky news on the lost page The Citizen is the only pa per that makes a feature of securing news from places in which its sub scribers are interested It is like a letter from home Try it a year Dr James B Ely of Now York will preach at the Parish House next Sunday morning Much complaint comes to us from time to time from subscribers who miss their papers All papers leave the office every week If you don t get yours some one else has it or there Is a failure in the Post office Everyone should remember that it is a serious offence against the gOY ernment to take and keep another mans mail Hod Taylor Gabbard was In town for a short time lost week He at nded the A Z banquet Mr jtabbards record in the assembly has peon such as to gratify his friends and constituents If there is a blue mark around your name it is an invitation to come in and pay something ou account at least There is about a hundred dollars duo on these blue markedsubscriptions and we must have some of it The north bound train was five hours late Wednesday the engine having jumped the track below Liv ingston This is the second time within a few weeks that this has happened ro Miss Lucy Welsh of McKee visited Miss Lucy Parsons last week Mr Will Smith of Corbin is visit ing Mr and Mrs J W Fowler Mr C I Ogg has been very all but he is out again though quite weakMr and Mrs Coddington and Miss Nettie Olden were in Pineville last week visiting Rev and Mrs SmithMr Welsh says that his twopound cans of tomatoes advertised elsewhere in this paper for five cents are out I but that be will sell three pound cans for ten cents Mrs Collins who lived in Mr Hookers house just off Jackson St died last Saturday The body was taken to Clay county for burial Mr Collins is quite Ill We are informed from the head quarters of the American Society of Equity at Indianapolis Ind that a meetingwill be held at Greenville Ky April 10th and 17th to organize a territorial union of the society This is the society that called a againstdeclluing A boon to theperiodical lovers is the news stand that has been estab lished in the Drug Store Mr Porter purposes keeping the standard periodicals In stock hereafter We would recommend the reading of the articles in McClures and Every bodys on the trusts and The Trea son of the Senate in the Cosmopolitan If these things are true it is time we all knew them It is false modesty frequently that prevents persons from sending items of news to the Register office It is a courtesy to your guests to see that their names appear in the paper Some one in the family should inform tho newspaper of sickness in the home Remember that the news paper is made by human hands and brains and if the item concerning yourself or your friend does not ap pear it is largely your fault No newspaper worker is omnipresent The Kentucky Register lion Lee Fnincli Lybarger The Lyceum Course for 1000 closes on Monday next April 2nd That wo were disappointed to the coming of Prof Stowe is not so deep a regret or so great a loss to any one else as to the manager of the course We have every assurance of the presence of Mr Lybarger and that be is one of the very able speakers now on the lecture platform By consulting the bills which will be distributed mong our people it will be seen that the testimonnials are most emphatic and from the highest authority In thought diction voice and all that marks the great orator we may be assured that Mr Lybarger will meet our highest expectations AUBra earnestly invited to patronize this the crowning number of the course L V DODGE +11 I I I I I I I I I I II r I I I r r r I r I College Items HERE AND THERE i II M 1M 1 1 1 11111 1IttlHPresident Frost has returned and reports an enjoyable trip I Mr Thomson is teaching a class in Greek during thin spring term i Henry Langfellnor went to Rich mond Tuesday I Henry Adams who left lit the IKS ginning of tho spring term beoun BO homesick for Berea that he reo turned this week to take up his studies again There were separate chapel exor ciscs Monday morning The main chapel lecture was given by Professor Lewis and the upper chapel by Dr Hubbell Mr and Mrs Thomson are expect ing a visit from Mr and Mrs E L Clarke of Oberlin Dr had Mrs Cowloy and MiM- Clark will go to Europe this summer the Doctor to study in London ami Mrs Cowley and Migs Clark to travel They will start soon after commence mont A son was born to Mr and Mrs Will Flanory Inst Sunday but when Mr Flanerv was asked for news this week he said Nothing was doing We rtSJectfullappeal to Mrs FlaneryJames Bond DD of Nashville Tenn alumnus mid trustee of the College has written a letter to the Chicago Advance protesting against time drawing of tho color line in the Student Volunteer Convention at Nashville recently Miss Gamortsfoldter who has been in Highland Normal College at Williamsburg has been the guest of Miss Horn for a few days Miss Gamertsfeldter was on her way to teach in a denominational orphans school at Flat Rock 0 The old friends of Prof Raymond who was with us a few years ago will bo glad to learn that he has been called from the pastorate at Belleview 0 to Flushing N Y a suburb of Brooklyn This is a most important place and we are sure that Prof Raymond will give his very best services to the people to whom ho ministers Dr James B Ely alto is connected with the Winona Bible School lo aped in New York city willvisit Berea Saturday and Sunday He will preach in the Parish House Sun day morning and will give an address illustrated by stereoptican views at the chapel on Sunday night to tho students and all others who wish to hear it Dr Ely has the reputation of being a great speaker and no one can afford to miss hearing him Alpha zta Ilnmiuet Last Saturday evening the Sixth Annual Banquet of the Alpha Zeta Literary Society was held in the Par ish House The affair was eminent ly n success and did credit to the society and the lady friends who helped plan and execute it At twenty minutes past seven the company was ushered into the main room whore the tables were spread for one hundred and forty people The room was artistically decorated with the society colors crimson and gold and with evergreen As the guests entered a selection was rendered by the society orchestra Refreshments were then served con slating of cheese canapes galantine of chicken fruit sandwiches rolls and jelly ice cream coffee cakes and bon bons After refreshments the program of tho evening was taken up Mr Wheat the president of the society being sick the position of toast master was taken by Mr Kinnard one of the expresidents The first number was by the orchestra and was followed by n toast by Mr Haney on the subject Our Aspira lions A brilliant speech by Miss Mitchell on Dealing in Futures was succeeded by a toast in honor of the ladies given by Mr Moose ender the title of1I0ur Inspirations The society quartet then sang Loves Old Sweet Song with good effect After this Professor Lewis npoke on Reflections and then Mr Andor son on Possibilities Professor Rumold was tho last speaker and truly capped the climax in a talk which set forth such a high Ideal of society work that it was a real inspiration to all who hoard it After this another selection was given by the orchestra and the company then dispersedThe le affair was pronounced a brilliant success by all who attend ed The refreshments wore dainty and tastefully served the speakers were witty and mutually surpassed euch other Among the guests of the evening wore several members of the faculty as well as sumo of the old members among whom were Mr Harry Lamb and wife of Cleveland and Mr T P Gabbard state rep resentative NORTHWESTI President Frost In Minnesota Minnesota Is about twice as large as Kentucky with twice as many milcfl of railroad twice na many large towns and about the same total pop elation There are only souse 0001 negroes and they are treated exactly like white people and appear to Ixi like white people on the average Kind and just treatment linn nuncio them respectable and has had no tendency to lead to intermarriages between the races We have boon having good Kentucky sunshine during my stay but the weather is decidedly colder Most of the men wear fur overcoats and most of the horses wear blankets under their harness The country is flat and levelas flat as a floor The great grain fields stretch for miles without a tree and often without a stone In the north cm art of the state there are forests but umber is very scarce and dear Minneapolis and St Paul are near the falls of tho Mississippi and con taiu great Hero I met several of my Oberlin classmates nUll pupils I preached twice Minneapolis addressed the inI gational Club and spoke to the dents of tho State University At I the close of myspeech President I Northrop said Give the greetings of Minnesota nnd tho State Univers ity to tho students of Borea College We honor them for what their fathers did to save the Union We honor them for their efforts to secure an education and build up schools and churches and prosperity in the mountain region He showed me the fine buildings and grounds of the University and especially the Agricultural Department in which 1 was most Interested Several hundred young people are gathered hero to study farm crops gardening stock raising fruit cult ure cooking dressmaking etc The itudentr in this course graduate In March and he made n speech full of the ideas about skill and industry which I am trying to teach to the people of Kentucky- At Minneapolis I met Rev Harold Hunting one of Bereas favorite sons and found that as assistant pastor of Plymouth Church he is as bright and active and zealous as In his younger days Many people in Minnesota have como from Norway Sweden anti tho north of Europe The crops failonce In a while but they are BO abundant that the country is prospering greatly Everywhere we sea good barns fat cattle well kept farm implements and I want to have all these good things for my friends in the beautiful mountains of Kentucky- I spent two days in going to South Dakota to see my brother Nelson A frost who is superintendent of schools at Waubay This is farther colder anti flatter than Minnesota Soft coal costs 750 a ton and the roughest framing lumber 30 a thou sand He pays 15 a month rent for a little five room house But tho boys and girls of this cold windy prairie are all right earnest attractive good mannered Not a bit of tobacco using did I see and not a bad word did I hear As I get back as far as Chicago I fool much nearer home With best wishes to everybody In Berea and to- all who read the Citizen WM OOOI ELL Fjioar G A It Kncoinjiuient The time of the G A R Encamp mont at Borea is definitely fixed for Juno 12th and 13th The Womens Relief Camps Ladies of the G A Rand Sons of Veterans hold their state meetings at the same time Several hundred delegates from different parts of the state will be present There will be a G A R campfire- at the College Chapel the drst night M J Gobbard L V Dodge W B Ramsey P J Polley and CH 3roevenor are a committee to make arrangements for It Joint committees of the local organizations will he announced for other arrangements Watch for further particulars An exchange In speaking of a do ceased citizen said We know him as old ten per cent the more he made the less he spent the more ho got the more he lent hes deadwe dont know where ho went but if his soul to heaven was sent hell own the harps and charge em rent FOR SALE OR RENT Two Farms for rent or sale at Kerby Knob Jackson County Ky BoUt are well improved good buildings plenty of fruit and water coal and timber For further information address D M Click Korby Knob Ky FOR SALE A few good Jacks Will sell or exchange for other property J W HERNDON 3 miles from Bores on the Richmond Pike TO CUIIK A COLD IN ONK UAY- Take IAXATIVK BROMO Quinine Tablets runUu refund if It f il to cure 8 W I OROVESsignature Ie on each box ajc SIGN YOUR NAME fI To letters written on good stationery Nothing marks the man or woman so much as the let ters they write We sell high grade papeterie tablets envelopes cards etc The Porter Drug Co ixeoaroiiTiu oo+o+o+o +o 0+O +o+o+o+o +o+o+o +o+o +o +o 0+0o+o+o+ o+o +0 IAt the UptoDateGrocery I YOU CAN BUY t SugnratOi+ 5Diamond Special Coffee 15and 111tt oYou can always find a fine lot of fruit and the best oft everything that spot cash will buy Prompt delivery I also 1keep bay and mill feed Propt t0 o o o o o o o o o+o + 9fA Furniture is a Necessity KYou must have it to make your home look and feel i for the winter There comfortableItime to buy than now the things you needjLJ ingroom and Parlor Furniture DinIi6room Suites D sks Carpets Pictures I etcWLOUIS O LESTERK Next to the Mill Chestnut Ave Phone 93 3 eEEeeEEEEeEEEEEEEEeE oooooooooooooooooooooooo o o a io 0 i oOuf Mottof 0 s Qunlft JNot low prices is our inducement I iAny body can sell cheap goods but everybody i cannot sell good goods cheap We offer a i 0superior line of seasonable goods at our uni I rformly low prices Call at tenA I o o I The New Cash Store o PROPRICTORSeo o o o o opowolo oiolloic otto otlo o osolfo o ololoro eGIGo NEWS FROM ALLOVER TH E WORLD Happenings of InterestGathered and Condensed For ihe Uusy Render SUMMARY OF IMPORTANT EVENTS What II Transpiring at the Capital of the Nation Together With Ex citing Event Occurring In Foreign Countries Congressional Items Tim hoUio adjourned iDimodlntcl after It was called to orderon the 2U hntt of roapeot for tho late Keprosonti Hvo JoOTRe IL Patterson of tennsy vanla President Roosorolt vetoed a bill liftHftpd by the congress for tho crow Hon of ft now division of the western liillulal dlttrlct of Texas The railroad rate bill occupied prai tlcally oil of the time of the senat m the JSd The statehood bill was taken from tho speakers able lit 1hu hones placoci In tho hands of three ea Ifdetl conferees and a request mnd of tho sonata for a conference on tiro llHBErooln votes of the two homes The senato confirmed tha nominA tlon of Charles 8 Francis of Nov York ae ambassador to Austrlallur gnry Tho senate pawed a resolution dl reoling the secretary of war lo mak a mirvoy and examination Ot the Ohio Hvor near Cincinnati with a view to hip OBtabllHbraont of an Ice harbor The houio committee made a favor nhlc retort on the blue authorizing the fcorolnry of the interior to sell to mla Klonnry and rollgloua otganlzut lone i lie lands on which they have oroctot nilwlon buildings In Oklahoma Fn thIS senate on tho S3d the fort firatlons appropriation bill wet token up and passed The bill carrleft an appropriation of = 1M000 for tho oreo lion of a powder manufactory Ai ittWMNl the bill carries nn approprla I Inn of M78083 e Miscellaneous Items rapt Ludwig i elfer known Ui rlv MHIMI from PUUburg to New QiJaans la dMdThe foreign offlee wsi iafWmei nt Hie appointment of Chirtoe II Fran rill 10 be the Aroerleita ambtr Miter at Vienna Itll undentood that Mr Frtncli to acceptable to Austria fhe Imperial munlfeetn and the Mkaww of arfihWklch Incorporate In tht fundamental law ot the empire the provWoriB for n natlotuil MMtibl in itt M prdmlBoa In tht wanlfeaU lal fall am disappointing In many re epecte Tfcfj cpn onto neither a ten Ntttuttoa or a bUl ot rfRhta lot the Iliiaafan poople The mart of appeals at St P tera htitg IIM eeatencod Mi Ketovltoh ttf morly editor of tho Jewish paper No volt to Imprisonment for ono year in ntortrew for tho publication of ar Holes against the omVeror and the array Judge Humphrey in the packers cane decided that tea individuate un der indictment on the chrirgo of com binlng In the loot induitry In rostralnl of trade are entitled to Immunity from punishment but that the corporations mtiiiVntand trial Prealdnnl Roosevelt will not be a candldafo for a third term lie will refute totako the omco If an effort Is niado to force tho third torm nomina tion upon htm Thus la official The workmen in one of tho mills In St Petersburg to render the election ridiculous formally chow as their del agate a pet dog declaring that the so lection wax made in a spirit of econ only The American Bowling Congrosi do cldwl to hold the next annual conven firm In St Ixiula President Roosevelt received a large body of representative of organ lIed labor at tho white house and talked to thorn about their urgont request for thq enactment of labor measures now pending before congress The preal dent agreed with some of tholr eUg Rcstlona Ho opposed tho eight hour law nil applied In Panama and said the workingmen are hampering him In hit efforts to do all ho can for them At tho 27th commencement of tho Indian Industrial school at Carlisle Pn Superintendent Mercer presented diplomas to 30 graduates 15 boys and 1C girls representing 18 tribes Alex B Orr president of the New York Life Insurance Co denied ac cuvatlonn that agents of that company havo been giving rebates on policies And giving away policies in return for proxies The suggestion of a mixed police at all ports Including Caaa Blanca on which tho hopes of an eventual coin lion of tho Moroccan difficulty aro founded emanated from President Roosevelt according to the Paris Temps Algcclraa correspondent In It downpour olrain Curtis Jock son a nORro yotjth was Hanged at Poplar JHuffa Mo On February 2 Jackson assaulted Mrs Dan Norman a white woman J D McNelli president of the Na tional Association ot Firemen bas an npunced tho dates for the noxt con mention which meets in Roanoke Va for August 11 15 and 10 next At Dnrtlosvllle I T William I Bray n member of tho police force shot and killed himself In his wires irDtntiranL committing the deed baiinsbecesafully attempted tlie life ot his wife It is now generally admitted that be wean 40 and CO persons met death In ho collision of tho two Denver Rio nrndo passenger trains near Adobe Col fho Illinois grand lodge officers of tho Ancient Order of United Workmen loclded to raise the Insurance rates of the order 35 por cent for members more than 55 years old A fine healthy blud oed 11 pound boy who was born In the house In West Mth street Now York Is hell presumptive to tho greatest fortune In tho world for the baby at Its christening will fee John Davidson Rockefeller III Solos both vocal and instrumental are to be eliminated from the Roman Catholic chufchoA of tho Omaha dip lose otter May 1 and women are to bo dliponsod with In choirs R M Roderd of Sumner Ind was shot mid killed by W D OForroll a telegraph operator at Proecott Arlt Attentions paid by Roderd to OFar rolls divorced wife It is alleged an Herod the lattor and prompted tho killing tit Ashevllle N C Frank A Catch uccoHfully defended his title to tin American heavyweight olmmplonihii mtdtlIIlIng Chnrl Olson In a wrest llris match winning tho first and third tails The first complaint in a series of sight actions already begun by tho Mu tual Life Insurance Co against for mar Preatdont Richard A McCurdy hla son Ilolfort H and the flan 01 Charles H Raymond Co was made public in New York The particular complaint Is against former President McCurdy and contains nine separate causes of action In each Mr McCur dy U charged with tho waste ot large sums of money belonging to the com pany through alleged unfalthfulnrsi and neglect In tho discharge of his duties Damages amounting to 3115 000 are demandedl- 1ulln08s failures In tho United States for tho week ending March 23 number 170 against 187 tho previous week 204 in tho like week of 1006 SIC In 1901 and 175 In 1901 For the purpose of a country club which wilt be the finest of Its kind In the world Shadow Lawn the roag nlflcont rotate of tho late John A Mc Call at West End N J hna boon pur chased by a syndicate Dr Reynolds chief of American Protestant mission at Van Armenia says that deplorable distress exlsU among the Armenians Ilufus Johnson and George Small oolorad the former confessing hit crime find the latter mnlnUInlnit his Innocence were hanged at Mt Holly N J for the murder of Miss Florence AV Allison nfer Mooreitown N J on January 18 After a two weeks trial James liar vey Leisure was acquitted at Murteltn 0a ot tko ohorgo of the murder of hit uncle wnitam Leisure In Noble coun- V An miBiAaut baa occurred U- twMfl the constabulary and a force ol SamarytalandCoy mlMtnR At RelnVapH la Adolph Veil sexton hanged himlot in the cemetery Veil wee married to Mrs Claudine Wlloon a widow eight days before The rumor is prevalent In Panama drat Gov Magoon will not return and that Thomas M Cook customs collector will be mada governor and comjblnCapt John 15 Murphy former chief of police in Columbus 0 nnd well known In tho secret sorvloo all over the country was operated on to re love kidney trouble In St Louis Rpburt 8avngton a negro brought suit against tho Pullman Palace Car C6 at Kansas City because ho was re futed a berth upon a sleeping car op crated by the company A carpet tack caught between cogwheels caused a spark that resulted In tho blowing up of the works of the Ihocnlx Powder Co near East St Louis 111 and killing John Nash G8 and Edward Hlgglnbotham 24 Opposition among labor organiza tions to tho presidents recant selec tion of Secretary of War Taft as an associate Justice of the United States supremo court appears to bo develoP Ing Railroad omployoa unions are aalil to bo behind It Mrs Watson H Twltcholl of Chica go was married by Justice Jordan at Hammond Ind to Walter Twltcholl aged 24 son of her oxhusband The older Twltcholl was at tho homo of tho Twltchells and welcomed the now ly married couple Former Mayor Samuel IL Ashbrldge of Philadelphia died from n comply cation of diseases Mr Ashbrldgo was In the citys service 23 years Army men and civil war veterans aro being urged to aid In averting a national scandal by gong to tho relief ot Brig Gen Edward W Serrell RO ona of the greatest engineers tjiat tho civil war produced who Is In want and lying In tho S R Smith infirmary In New Brighton Staten Island N Y A bulletin Issued by the department of commerce and labor shows a mark ed Improvement In our trade with Can ada In the past tow years At Brooklyn Mil Just across tho river from Baltimore Waltor Poteo an Insane man 28 entered his broth ors house Just aa friends and rela tive wore gathering to attend tho fu neral of tho brothers little child open ed fire with a revolver ootflfo to tho house and dlod from gunshot wounds but whether selfInflicted or not Is un known Frank E Moorc CO mayor of Omaha Nob is dead Ho had been 111 for several months with throat trou ble and n general breaking down Ho Had long been prominent In the rpub ltcan party t The deadlock between the coal op erators and miners of the central com petitive and southwestern districts continued throughout the meetings of ho two Joint stale committees of the Joint conference on the 22d and when the meetings adjourned late In the aft ernoon no agreement had been reach ed on the wage scale Soft coal prices ate advancing dally In Chicago In view of the growing fooling among coal dealers that a strike in tho bituminous regions at least is certain Orders wcro leaned by Mechanical Superintendent Wlldln of the Erlo railroad suspending locomotive repair work at all shops on tho system Five thousand man are laid ort The ac tion Is duo to tho threatened coal strike Announcement was mado by tho an thracltn mine operators that thoy have on hand within a radius of less than 100 miles of Now York city a rOlerve supply of more than 9000000 tons of good marketable grades of anthracite coal An explosion of gas In tho mine ol the Century Goal Co at Contury W Va on tho PhlUlppI Iluokhannon branch of the Baltimore Ohio qriI tombed at toast 1BO miners many of whom are believed to bo doad Tho loath lilt of the Contury W Va mloo disaster has now ranched 21 while 20 or more are Injured Of ficials of the company roportod that 22 bodies have boon recovered and that but ono Is In tho mina W D Haywood was taken to Boise Ida from Caldwoll by Sheriff James Nichols and placed In tile county Jail with Mayor and Pettlbone Moyers health Is said to be much Improved Tho prisoners dally receive a largo quantity of mall Hazing at tho Annapolis naval acad emy was dealt with by the rouse on the 24th in the passage of a sonata bill with A houso substitute The action was taken after a protracted debate Ferrlcijcclo A Vivant reputed to bo ono of the best known and largest silk importers In tho United States fell dead on alighting from an elevat ed train In Now York Mr Vlvantl reprinted In tho United States the united YokohnmaTqklo Co Surrounded by th r staffs and hun dreds of Veterans of the civil war In their faded uniforms of blue and gray Gov Samuel W Ponnypaoktr of Pennsylvania nod Gov James K Vnrdai man of Mississippi unveiled and dud tested the monument erected by tho late of Pennsylvania in the Vlcka burg battle park At Chicago Richard G Ivans was found inillty of the murder of Mrs BoMfe HonUtor and sentenced to off plate his crime en the gallows nut out ballot wha taken and that attar a little over ono hours consideration of tho evidence 1 CHinrlesMeod assistant cashlor of thp Stats uankJqfBo moriJp waw145s rated and IB now In the county Jail charged with emboBxllnxtli fumls ol J the Dank The battlwBliIpe OhiO and Wisconsin have troD Manila for Shang halIWhflo preaching to his conrogatlon Ilev J n Leht3 pastor dih Latter Day Sninta church at Carbon In was struck by lightning which caused hU death within an hour According to ndvlcos received the recent fight at Magtaon Snmar bc twcon tho constabulary and Pulojunes was the result of base treachory on the part of the natives As a result of tho fight 30 Pulajanos wore killed and 1C of tho constabulary killed or wounded Tho baggageman nt tho Southern Pacific station at Stockton Cat dls covered tho remains of a man about 38 years old jammed into a large trunk Officers who have been work tag on the case assert thnt tho man J was placed In the trunk whIlo yet alive Col II K Shackelford bolter known do plumo otFrod Flernot shrdlUH do plume ho wrote Prod Flornot The Sleuth and other well known stories diem at Bainbrldge Ga aod 05 yearsAt Ill In defense of the lito of his mother and sister who wcro tho victims of a vicious attack by nl saloon keeper named Moent Devrlos Harry Haaran shot and killed Devrlod at an early hour in the morning yaar an gave himself up to the police The eastbound Alabama VickI I burg passenger train No 2 ran Into a misplaced switch at Hickory complete ly demolishing tho engine uagaso moll and express cars Tho engineer was killed and the fireman fatally In jured Baron Mayor Des Ilanches tho Ital- Ian ambassador who has been absent on account of his health since last fall is not expected to return from Italy before tho beginning of the summer The three children of Junius Bach aria Oxford Fla wore burned to death in their homo during tho absence of tho parents W F Fleming 23 a bridge carpen ter of tho Colorado Midland railroad nnd Nicholas DIemoz night watchman and track walker wore asphyxiated In milevcstBank burglars murdered Edward Pullman a constable and night watch men at Sodus N Y Ito had caught them trying to rob tho sato In the bank there A launch owned by the Standard Oil Co was Belled and looted by pirates near Canton China Tho pirates sc cured n number of Winchester rlflos and A thousand rounds of ammunition George Sykes Barton said to bo all English lord and heir to estates in England was found dead In tho food lot at his model farm near Winchester III A rifle wits clasped In 1 U hands Ie MEDICAL OFFICES Urdu Issued Jlelmrrinir Illegal Concerns From the Majls The Condition of Affair Developed Under the Post Office Departments Investigations of These I Offices Appalling Washington Orders have been loHtiod by tho postmaster general instructing thQ postmasters at New York and Brooklyn to refuse to admit to the malls tho advertisement of 52 Illegal medical offices4 located lu1 those cities and also to refuso to deliver mall matter received address edto tho fictitious and assumed names under which parties conducting thoso concerns hide their Identity For sopio time past the department has hail Inspectors working In New Yorl gathering the necessary evidence to close the malls In these cases and the lcllllll of the department Sunday ex lirpweil the belief that practically all 9ftlie criminal concerns of this clmV ttctev In thoto cities havo been cov erect A Rtntomont given out at the roOst mace rays The condition of attain which has developed under tho de pertmentV investigation In all of those ctloe hns been appalling It was found that In a large number of instances those engaged In conducting those offices havo criminal records nhd are dope fiends In Boston ono Of the concerns excluded by the de jinrtment from the malls was supposed to have boon tho office at which was pxyfovtnert the fatal operation upon the young woman Susan Geary th full cnse murder One of the doe- rst whom the department found Itlcntlftod with several of these of flees In Boston was also connecter With the Susan Geary case The num tier of deaths that have been caused In the 1 offices can never be known i The volume of business done by these concerns was large It wax sale yiflt HI high 08 20 criminal operations a tiny were performed in some of these tfires nnd that the Income sometimes jumged BB high as 2000 a week t OHIOS STRICKEN GOVERNOR I His Physicians Do Not Hold Out Any Hope of His Recovery H w Columbus O Tho physician jittemllng Coy Pnttlton nave out fGUnwln statement at 1030 ijjvnday night Qot Pattison line been somewhat mretostlees otherwise no Important large lies occurred since the lastI tohiout vntu Issued Pnls 108 c plrntlon XI tumiorntoro normal u OP HOLT i H J WILSON x1 The last statement given out In tho afternoon did not note the pulse or VospJratlnn The governors pulse lit 1Q oclock Sunday morning was IIG and his respiration 22 i The iiiamt era of the family feel much encouraged but to tho nubile the physicians do not hold out any tope of recovery- A story printed Sunday that the governor 4s suffering from cancer of the prostate gland is neither affirmed Ot denied by tho physicians The kidney trouble front which he has suffered Is now said to be only a complication at tending tho real malady- PENNSYLVANIA I MINE OWNERS They Threaten To Break Away From the Interstate Agreement i r Indianapolis Ind Bituminous coal 6pcTntors and miners of the central and southwestern districts- willI nioko u foal effort to como to a licclslon us to whothct a wage scale to go Into effect April 1 can bo agreed ui on Tho minors demand an advance In Iwnges of 516 per cent which Is tho restoration of the wage scale of 1903 F L Robbins speaking for the opera tars of Western Pennsylvania has of fered to pay this advance and has threatened the operators of Ohio In diana and Illinois who are standing firmly against the payment of any ad vance that unless thoy recode from their position ho will break away from tlntlr Interstate agreement and run his jHawthorn theadvanced Manuscript scale Destroyed A score of origi of famous works of Nathaniel Hawthorne were dam aged by a fire which destroyed tho homo of his son Julian Hawthorne In Yonkers Several of the manuscripts were destroyed while others wore badly damaged by water ITwo More z BodHs Recovered W Va Two addi bodies wore recovered from tho Century mine running tho death list to 20 All others havo been ac counted for The funerals of 20 of tho dead miners were held Sunday after noon i Selected As a Speaker Philadelphia Prof A H Smyth of the boys high school has been desig nated by President Roosevelt to make the speech on behalf of tho United Slates at the Franklin blcentenary exercises cwnlch will be held In Paris on April 20 Seven Persons Killed Sunbury PaSoven persons representing three generations of one fam ily were killed by a train on the Philadelphia Reading rmlroad at Ban crowing The bodies of the victims were terribly mangled e- 3 STATE ODDS AND ENDS v KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE House Passed a till Imposing a LI cense on Certain Liquors Frankfort March 21Loss than half the legislature was present Tues day the house being without a quO- rum and the senato having a quorum ono vote Speaker Lawrence was rnakI3d In the senate ne presented the resolution adopted by i the Louisville board ot trade and It was read In full to the senate It urges the legislature not to tax the rectifiers so high that It will drive them from tho state and prevent the tax from being collected Senator Cammack offered a resolution and It was adopted to have GO copies of the Keutucky State Journal furnished to the senate each day during the extra session I Frankfort March 22The house of representatives made the rectifiers tax- I bill a special order for consideration Thursday A communication from the Manufacturers association of Coving ton protesting against a prohibitive tax 05 this Interest was read Frankfort March 3Tho lower house of the general assembly in extra session for consideration of the question of taxing rectified spirits Thursday adopted a bill Imposing a II cense tax of ono and onehalf cents per gallon on all such liquors manufactured In the state or liquor shipped into the state for the purpose of brand In7 Kentucky upon the barrels and packages This is the same bill adopt ed In the regular session met closed and which the upper branch ofthe assembly refused to give concurrence to The senate has stood out for a graded license according to quantity manufactured during a year and conference committees of the two houses will bo j necessary to bring them together on a bill The senate is now willing to accept the unit tax of onecent per gal lou but no more- Representatives Drowery of Louisville find Young of Rowan engaged In a difficulty In the lobby of the Cap Ital hotel Thursday as the result of a discussion of the bill but were sopa rated by friends before they had struck each other more than once Senators Cammack of Owen county and Sowell of Wolfe had a war ot words upon the floor of the senate over a resolution by Sewell Inviting tho editor of a local paper to come before the senate and toll what he knows of tho lobby here opposing the recti tiara gallon tax bill and only the step ping ot the sergeantatarms between thorn prevented their getting together Much hall feeling prevails in the up per branch of the assembly over the bill that body being charged with responslbllity for the extra session call ed by Goy Becknam because of Its duringtheslon Frankfort March 24ln the senate whisky1hsecond reading and referred to tin committee on revenue and taxation retor Lee Atherton of Louisville rep resenting the rectifiers addressed the committee and said tho public taste for brands of whisky could not be reg mated by legislation and that recta straightKtntuckbasis for blends with spirits The house had no quorum as nearly stafftatbillbofororevenue and taxation after some dis cession agreed to report the rectifiers ItIsbers were for a gallon unit tax and systemthoughsought to place the tax at 1 cent Instead of 1 v cents a gallon HIS MIND GAVE WAY He DIedinPaducah Ky March 2Pneumo protroctedFirst Baptist church caused the death of tho pastor Rev John S Cheek aged 4G years Thursday in Waco Tex The revival which brought about 1000 conversions came to an end last Sunday but Mr Cheeks mind and health gave way several weeks ago and ho had been taken south in the hope that the change would benefit his health WithRifle Fulton Ky March 22 Because Jas Morris a wellknown young man of this place spoke roughly to Arthur St John a young boy tho latter became Incensed went home secured a rifle and shot Morris as ho was leaving his office Morris is In a serious condition Lively Is In Mundfordvillo Mundfordvllle Ky March 22ij- lFrank Lively the operator whoso be ing asleep on duty Is said to have beer responsible for tho wreck last week on the Denver Rio Grande railroad IB In Mtmdfordvlle Ho refuses ab solutely to talk about the wreck Walter Holland Acquitted Benton Ky March 24 Walter Hot land exsheriff of Calloway county was acquitted of murdering Hardy Krls three years ago at Murray In a former trial he was sentenced to serve a term of five years In the pen itentiary William Ward Was Acquitted Lancaster Ky March 24 Aflcrbo Ing out 20 minutes a jury acquitted William Ward n merchant on the I harso of having murdered Henry Pat tcrsnn The killing was duo to a jruJiu of long standing t HOMECOMING WEEK Arrangements For the Reunion at Lou Isvllle Nearly Completed Louisville Ky March 24From the responses and acceptances already received It fa estimated that several thousand visitors will be in Louisvlllo during the Homecoming week re tin I or Juno 13 to 17 arrangements for which are nearing completion An elaborate program has been prepared Including parades barbecues a big ball the unveiling of two statues and many other interesting events Tho address of welcome at the formal ex ercises will be delivered by Hon Hen ry Watterson and tho response will bo by former Gov David F Francis of Missouri Thursday will bo Foster day when the statue of Stephen Col tins Foster the author of My Old Kentucky Homo erected by tho pen nice of Kentucky school children will be unveiled Friday will be Daniel Boone day and the statue of the fa mous Kentucky pioneer will be unveil ed In Cherokee park The ceremonies of the day will be typical of tho time in which Boone lived and a tort and stockade patterned after Boones boro will be built in the park Satur day will be Greater Kentucky day Tho reunion will close Sunday with services In all of the churches at which former Kentucklans will preach Among tho exKedtuckians who will appear on the program during homecoming week are John G Carlisle and William Lindsay of New York Preston H Leslie who served both Ken tucky and Montana as chief execu tine former Govs David F Francis and Thomas Ti Crlttcnden of Mis sour former Vice President Adlal FL Stevenson and Senator M CUllom ot Illinois Associate Justice John M Harlan of Washington and many oth ers GOVERNOR SIGNS SILLS Can Impose License Tax on Vehicles Coming From Cincinnati Frankfort Ky March 22OOv Beckham approved and signed 15 bills adopted at the regular session of theIgeneral assembly Among the bills signed were the bills authorizing Cov ington and Newport to Impose license tax on vehicles from Ctnclncinatt tho bill authorizing council of secondclass cities to create the office of deputy city clerk to prevent transportation of liquor into local option districts and the offered Rebecca itappropriattdcemetery AWAY SEVENTY YEARS Jesse H Robertson Former Kentuck Ian May Win the Prize Sharpsburg Ky March 22 Jesao U Robertson of Monroe Wls will stand an excellent chance lo win the I prize for the Kentuckian who has been longest away from his native state It his health permits his attendance durIing Homecoming week at Louis vile Mr Robertson Is 87 years ot age having been born In this county December 6 1819 Ho left the state in 1835 and has spent the lost 71 years of his life at Monroe Wls Ho will make every effort to bo present ACCUSED OF THEFTA It Drove the College Girl To Suicide It Is Believed Hartford Ky March 23Mlss Pnl rife Ford a collego student here It is alleged was accused by her boarding house mistress of stealing some cloth Ing belonging to a daughter of thE family The young lady vehemently denied her guilt and songht other lodgings Wednesday she left school suddenly and has been missing since The last seen of her she was sitting on tho river side with letters In hex hand One letter found on tho river bank Thursday said she was going to drown herself She was a beautiful girl about 18 years oldIVetoed By the Governor Frankfort Ky March 2oorBeckham Issued his first veto of the session Wednesday afternoon It was house bill 3GS affecting fifthclass cit des It gives to cities of the fifth class tho right which Is enjoyed by cities of other classes to exempt from municipal taxation for a ported of fivo years any manufacturing enterprise No More Time To Be Added Frankfort Ky March GovBeckham has made the positive state ment that he will not for any purpose whatever extend tho call for the extra session of tho general assembly Some wanted the call extended to consider an appropriation for tho Jamestown i exposition Drug Company Bankrupt Louisville Ky March 24Tho Fowler Drug Co was declared bankrupt In tho United States district court here The firm of which Alderman JtW Fowler was principal recently tall ed for 25000 The assets are very i small Miyiey and Dwelling BurnedtCampton Ky March 24 Tho dwelling house and furniture of Prof D W Taylor of this city wore burn ed There was no Insurance Paper money to the amount of 143 which was In a trunk was also burned HIMM J Eastern Kentucky News r Ho comipoidnc psbUrtt salsas dfoftd U tin br the writer Tilt was ti mot for jiMlo tJo kit u u trMuw of good filth Write pUinly I I r I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 I I I I I I MADISON COUNTY HICKOUV PLAINS March 17Misa Mollio Johnson spent Saturday night of last week with the Misses Maupin EH Cor nelison Jr is recovering from the measles The five children of Mr and Mrs Jake Herndon have had the measles recently Bev Johnson has recovered from the pneumonia and is out againMr and Mrs Irvine Baker are contemplating an extended visit to relatives in MissouriMr- and Mrs May Ponder have been visiting Mrs Tenders parents the last few daysMisses Ida and Lizzie Maupin have begun their schools at Whites Station Jeff Wilson and Miss Malissa Norvol were married recently at Cartersville May their future be filled with happiness GARRARD COUNTY CAIITKUSVILIK March 20The singing school at Level Green has closed Miss Dora 3oain has returned from BereaJ- J Clark is improving and is able to be out again March has been a hard month but we hope soon to see some fine weather for seed time and little chickens Hens eggs are 12c a dozen at Paint Lick and goose eggs sell at 50oR C Boain has JO little lambs looking fineJack Stornes and R C Boain have sold their crop of tobacco of about 0000 Ibs to Besla at Paint Lick at 7 els per poundMrs George Allen and five children Mrs J B Carter Thursday Miss Betsy Woods is visiting her uncle Clarence Green this weekMra Nave and daughter visited R C Boain last Thursday Rev Bryant filled his appointment at Cartersville Sunday in the Baptist church There was a big fire in KSrksville last Wednesday night doing much damage It resulted from a night show Everybody should read the Citizen ofOWSLEY COUNTY March 2dSeveralof our citizens are yet in the tie business and report that the roads are becoming worse The large stock of goods purchased by the Garretts has been delivered and they say they have a fullstore and want all to trade with them Letcher Gabbard who has been at tendingschool Buckhorn is spending vacation at home this week The Sundayschool at the lower school house on Indian Creek which has been dismissed during winter on account of bad weather was reorganized last Sundayand officers elected This Sunday school proved a great success last year and shows fair for this year The Grassy Branch Debating Society was again in session Friday night but the sub ject selected for debate was post on account of absent members Another subject was selected and the two captains Elmer Gabbard and Eugene Garrett chose up The new subject was Resolved that Lincoln deserves more honor than Washington The affirmative speakers were Elmer Gabbard C B Moore Marion Bailey Uel Wilder and Evan Ogan The negative speakers were Eugene Garrett James Gabbard A J Chan dler Will Helton and Tom Wilder The affirmative carried the decision GtllllAUt March 2dWe are having some very disagreeable weather at present Joe Johnson of Jackson county passed through here Thursday with ome cattle Findley Bolin has raded his two mules to John Moore jf Cow CreekW P Reynolds of Hamilton 0 is visiting relatives in this neighborhood News reaches us of the burning of Carter Bowmans barn Several head of cattle and horses wore burned anda large amount of corn and foodstulfAIl- red Bolin has purchased a mare from Findlay for 100 He lot Findley have his young colt as part paymentUncle Evan Ogan is plan ning to go to Tennessee on a visit Prof Campbell is to preach at this place Saturday and Sunday Long live the Citizen and its many readers CLAY COUNTY IIUIININO HIKINO 20 Measles have entire 1control of this community There are measles to buy measles to sell measles to give and measles to take 1 The takers fire not a few by any means George Baker the assessor for Clay county is suffering some what with a crick in the neck The boys say he walks proper at any roteThe attendance at churchwas good considering the circumstances There were no additions the measles possibly interfering Bomewha The farmers of this community are in active just now thinking that this weather is rather hard ou early oats The gas system of heating and lighting will be installed within the irt 1 H i next two weeks Four teams have been sent to bring the fixtures to Burning Springs Mr Monarchs daughter who lives at Pinevillo Ky is visiting her relatives and friohds at Burning SpringsMr McCreary of Barboursvillo Ky arrived at Burning Springs Wednesday Ho comes with the intention of making this his future home- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY UOCKFOUI March 27Jnmes H Thomas via ited Thomas Liuvillo Sunday night Everett Todd is very sick at this writing Miss Ella Lake visited Miss Virgin Martin Sunday Mrs Minnie Purkey of Disputautn visited Mao Todd Monday loJ J Hamilton went to Berea Monday on businessH C Thomas sold a horso last week to J M Bullen of Conway for 10750Mr and Mrs W H Stephens visited Mr and Mrs J E McGuire Sunday Thomas Linville and James Thomas Went to Eddie McGuires Monday night JACKSON COUNTY KVEUQHKKX March 20Our meeting at Pine Grove conducted by Rev L E Tup per and Rev T A Kitchen closed Sunday Miss Myrtle Lake was thrown by a mule Saturday while on the way from church but was not seriously injured J R Calahan kept bachelors hall Sunday Ho says it is a lonesome life to live Green Lake went to McKee Monday to trade horses He came backwith a new one Daniel Boone Lucas was at Louisa Griffins Monday buying hogsRichard Angel went to church at Sycamore Sunday Ben Drew has gone to Livingston on businessEd- M Jones attended church at Horns River Saturday and Sunday Pete Rose who has been verysickis bet ter Rev Cash Van Winkle will preachat Bethel next Saturday and Sunday Liberty Carpenter is running a peddling wagon witheggs and chickens on Dry Fork UOUIILK LICK March 20We are having some pretty weather and the farmers arc now expecting to farm sohneMiss Aura Lake and her brother Jake returned from Berea Thursday where they have been attending school Rev Kitchen filled his regular ap pointment at Pine Grove Sunday Dr M Jones and daughter Martha attendedchurch at Pine Grove Sun dayBen Drew and family were the guests of Squire Hammond Sunday eveningW M Sparks family are all getting along nicely with the measles except Mr Sparks who is pretty poorly yetBen Drew and Johnnie Holt made a flying trip to Berea Thursday after a load of goods for L B Martin Louis Lakes fam fly are all down with the measles Uncle Jack Jones is gone to Berea to look up a new location If Uncle Jack goes away we will all miss him in Sunday school and prayer meet ingsW M Hellard was the guost of Ben Drew Sunday nightMrs punylistBrohis appointment Sunday All the Dizzy Spells mad backaches that tired feeling absence of appetite and extreme nervousness that so frequently afflict you mean that you are bilious Biliousness Is caused by a badly disordered or Inactive liver Dr CaldwellsLaxa- tlatSyrup Pepsin acts instantly and effectively on the liver reinvigorates and strengthens It and restores it to perfect condition The remarkable virtue of this wonderful remedy has been demonstrated in thousands of instances and it will work wonders in cleansing and setting your whole system aright Its good effects are permanen- tDRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained In both dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists Your money will be refunded U It does not benefit you Your postal card reqneit win brtasr by return maD our new booklet DR CALDWBLLS HOOK OF WONDERS and tree sample to those who have never tried this woadarM fuacdjr Write toda- yPEPSIN SYRUP CO f HMtloallo IHIaAte For Sal by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY c i i Jt people like to hear him During the meetings Bro Tupper paid L Blfa tin a visit we wore all glad to accept his company Bei Drew is visiting relatives nt Living stow this week Bessie Luusfort and husband returned from Cincinnati Thursday Miss Pattio Martin visited her grandmother Sunday eve ning Miss Laura Abrams and sister visited relatives on Horse Lick MondayL B Martins three sons visited Squire Hammond Sunday evening Frank Jones attended church at Pine Grove Sunday IIUdH March 21We are having n bad March Mr Azbillof Hamilton O has been visiting his parents tho past weekMrs Bettio Halo is visiting her son and daughter Robert limbo and Alice Bcugo this week Miss Bensio and Cassius Powell wore the guests of Miss Maggio Bengo Su- ndayC H Ely was the guest of W R Benge Thursday1 Mr George Benge Miss Alice Uoso Mr Ebb Rose anti Miss Maggie Bengo were the guests of Mr Solon and Miss Margaret Azbill Sunday George Combs bought R heifer from Robert Hale giving 2350E Baker was the guest of W R Bengo and family SaturdayTom Williams lost u horse worth 05a few nights ngo ILLINOIS NEWS MIKOMIS MONTOOMKUY COUNTY March 2Wo are having bad weather just now The farmers are getting discouraged about their work Nokomis is a fine town It has seven churches and several schools J C McGuire was In town on busi ness Thursday Mr Nichols visited Phil Tulley Friday afternoon Miss Eulu McGuire visited Miss Effie Phillips Thursday evening W L Ma- Guire of Nokomis will work for W C Martin at Tuscola the coming year Misses Annie Tulley and Annie Johnson visited Miss Eula Mo Guire Sunday afternoon Mr J C McGuiro bought sixty bushels of corn the other day for thirtyseven cents n busholMr Charley Phillips has been visiting Ins brother Abe at No komis He has returned to Bourbon where he will work the coming year for W A Lewis- IIOIIUIONIKIUOLAR COUNTY March 1We are having fine weather here though there is deep snow on the ground Riloy Martin has hired to C H Jones for this year for 28 per monthB C Martin from Double Lick Ky is enjoying himself at Bourbon Ills B C says ho dad his boys are drawing morp money from Bourbon farmers than any government soldiers aroThere are no new cases of scarlet fever in this locality and our school has commenced ngninMr and Mrs J B Van Winkle and family visited Mr and Mrs B C Martin Sunday Mr Van Winkle has an invitation to tho Home Coming Week next June at Louisville Ky The farmers here are getting very restless about their farming Georgo Powell from Al corn Ky will work for J D Martin this coming yearW C Martin and J D Martin were called to Tuscola Ills on business recontlyJ W Martin Jr killed a wolf yesterday TC COLA DOUGLAS COUNTY March 20It ia not so coM hero as it has been and tho snow has begun to meltMiss Susa Alcorn of Chesterville Ills and Mr Richard Garrett of Ficklin were united in marriage Monday afternoon at Tus cola Mr and Mrs Garrett will live on Mrs Wcotfielda farm where the groom has already prepared for housekeeping Miss Nannie Van Winkle is visiting her cousin Miss Nellie Martin Buol Martin anti W H Day wore visitors at W C Mar tins Friday John Vaughn has re turned homeW C Martin was at Villa Grove Saturday on buslness Mrs Mary Martin and Miss Nellie Martin visited Miss Della and Hattie Heacock WednesdayThere was no school last week at the Crawley school on account of the deep snow It was too much for the mail men too the first of the we- ekFOR SALE The widows dowry of the estate of J C Simpson deceased rill Ky Jackson County consistingI of a good farm 210 acres good storehouse good dwelling house barns orchards gardens etc The widow is only 25 years of ago and in good health This is your opportunity to gut the use of a good farm well improved a fino stand to sell goods a long time for a small price If interested callon or address G D HOLLIDAY Real Estate Agency BEREA KY FOR RENT Rooms for rent well located and ventilated Enquire of CC Rhodue For Ladies Furnishing Goods call at the New Cash Store they have a full line of uptodato Goods c4t jI J Kentucky Flashes I ON FORBIDDEN GROUND j Eyes Were Torn Out By the Shot Fired At Young trader Lexington Ky March 2SWhllo atIest son of the late R S Stradcr the noted trotting horso man was shot and perhaps fatally wounded by some unknown person The shooting was done with a rifle at ft distance of about 400 yards and the bullet entered the right temple and came out on the op posite side of the head tearing the muscles of both eyes as It passed through According to the Information of eyewitnesses Strador accompanied by a negro boy was engaged In shoot Ing ducks when he was told by lien Stewart to stop shooting and leave the place As Stewart was not a watchman Strader apparently paid no attention to him and Stewart It is alleged stepped Into the new pump house After the shooting Stewart secured the services of William Proctor the watchman Taking a boat they rowed across the lake to Strader and placed him In a wagon and took him to the Good Samaritan hospital Stewart made several conflicting statements to the officers and others at the jail regarding the shooting and stated that ho knew nothing about the mat ter Both of Straders oycre wore taken out by the surgeons in the hope of saving his life ARE NOW UNITED Lovers Fifty Years Ago and Both Had Married Three Times Bowling Green Ky March 28Aromance of over IS years standing cul minated Tuesday night when O F Newton of this city and Mrs Har riot Laiuod of Portland Ore were MrIThis is the grooms third marriage and also the third matrimonial venture of NewIIn Gardner Mass They had not seen each other in 4S years until last Fri day when Mrs Lamed arrived here from Portland Ore In response to an offer of marriage made by corre spondence HOWARD CASE CLOSED Mandate Filed In Court of Appeals Means Prison Term Krankfort Ky March nTho mandate of tho United States supreme court In the case of Jim lloward against tho commonwealth was tiled in tho court of appeals at Tuesdays session by Attorney General Hays This closes the case and Howard will now be brought to the penitentiary That court ordered It held up until Thursday for scrutiny by attorneys Died In Berlin Lexington Ky March 28News has reached here of the death of Vise Theresa Corena Campbell In Berlin Germany She was tho daughter of the late James H Campbell and a nleco of Robert Ferguson of this city and one of the talented sisters taken complewIGamblers Indicted Lexington Ky March STbeFayette county grand Jury returned Indictments against the proprietors of all the gambling houses and the own ers of tho property In which such were conducted and against a number of merchants for selling adulterated food To Alter Printing Laws Frankfort Ky March Z8Bt1ker lawrence of the house appointed Representatives Head of Paducah Southall of Hopklnsvlllo and Arnett of Covington on tho legislative com mission to revise the public printing laws of the state Tracy Guilty of Manslaughter Stanton Ky March 28Mat Tracy who shot James Willie Ware last No vember In Clay City this county was found guilty of manslaughter and sen tenced to five years imprisonment The difficulty was caused by Intoxi cation Ministers Wife Dead Richmond Ky March ZSMIII Ef he Hill 31 died from puerperal fever She was tho wife of Rev F M 11111 pastor of the Methodist church and before her marriage was Miss Goodby of Perryvllle where tho remains were taken New School Building Completed Scottsvtllo Ky March 2SThe S8 000 school building Just completed has been received by the committee The first session of tho public school began in Its new quarters with many new students Died After a Surgical Operation Nlcholasvllle Ky March 28Eu Moscley a prominent young farmer of this county died at the Good Samaritan hospital Lexington after a surgical operation He was the son of Mrs Julia Moscley Took Carbolic Acid Louisville Ky March 28Leon Cooper 32 ono of the best known young hotel men In tho country com mitted suicide In his office In the Ty ler building by taking carbolic acid Woman Burned To Death Prestonburg Ky March 28Vatn ly trying to save the life of her four year oLt child Mrs Thomas Marshall was burned to death on Beaver creek this aunty I 3 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 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