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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tntl EREAi L L 1lItJtmI III 1M VII Fivo Cents a Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 5 1000 One Dollar a Year NO 42 t t IDEAS Lifo is not enjoying nor seeming nor getting life in doing and bung He lives moat not who laughs most Bhowa moet or boa most hut who done moat and ia most Jamen Harpor gave aentontioiisly the estimate of all noble tiring when ho said My problem has always been to see not how few but how many bourn I could labor Is the secret of all true living because the problem oi every true man is to see how much bo can add to thin sum of humanitys true wealth Of all current lies there are few more pernicious than this The world owes me a living The world owes you nothing unless by your own achievement you have made It your debtor The man who imagines that tho world owes him a living has taken tho Jlret steps to ward knavery the nocond step is takou when ho tries to collect a debt which is not duo him The greater his Buccees the greater thief he is if he takes out ot the world more than he has put into itLyman Abbott IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The Kentucky House on Monday passed the Personal Liability Bill and nlao a measure permitting the fermentation of sweet wines A decision mado this week by the U S Supreme Court In some Michi gnu railroad cases boa been interpreted as making It certain that the Railroad Rate bill now before the Senate needs amendment along the line of providing for a review of rates by a court Thu strike situation Is not se serious today It has been decided to allow miner to remain at work In tho bituminous fluids where the eon ditions demanded by the strike leaden are allowed The publlo is not in the fullest sympathy with the strikers oa it was several years ago Tho demands are more exacting and ate aimed at the making of the min- Ing business a monopoly for the union miners There will bo a further conference of the anthracite opera tors and miners Many foreigners are moving out of the anthracite region andsome of them are going home Au illustration of the workingof tho tariff Is to be found in the groundof au appeal to Congress for protection that comes from Michigan There arc several Dutch colonies In the United States the members ol which wear wooden shoes These shoes arc also worn by market gar deners to a considerable extent A firm in Michigan manufactures these shoes and they are also Imported from Holland Tho Michigan manuI lecturers have naked for a 123 pur cent un Imported shoes on the ground that they cannot compete with foreign workmen Congresu le asked to tax the few who wear wood en shoes for the benefit of a small manufacturing enterprise It Is time this sort of thing was done away withIFROM THE WIDE WORLD According to the New York World an expedition Js o set out shortly from Europe In three largo steamships which are already under con tract They aru to carry about 5000 volunteers with the following arms and ammunition Eight tbousand Manner rifles of the latest pattern 24000 rounds of cartridges WOOOO shells 8 rapid fire guns o000 army belts officers swords 1000 officers revolvers 3000 machetes and swords and other supplies This expedition is for the purpose of overturning tho Castro government in Venezoula and setting upa stable government there It Is also said that merchants Now York London and Paris are financing tho expe ditionIt said that hostilities are immi nent between the Russian troops remaining In Manchuria and the Chinese soldiers Russia is slow in evacuating tho country according to treaty and the Chinese influenced moving forward Do- mobilization of tho Russian army has and tho Russian Com mnnderiuChief has ismicd instruc tions to prepare for eventualities It will bo insult to Injury If Russia Is now whipped by China Tho Algcclras conference has at last come to an agreement and al though France has not gained all she asked for Germany has lost op near ly line France and Spain are to police the country and Franco has the Atlantic port cities The bank Is to bo financed by several nations but France has the balance of stock Either Germany has been outweighed iu tho conference or she never expected to get anything but went into the contest with the ex- ptlCtation of laying the foundation for something else like a free hand ia her advance toward Persia maflmaUerTHE CITIZEN QUARANTINE BILL The Measure Placing Control Un der Secretary of Treasury Passed the House TO SELECT SUITABLE STATIONS Dill Regulates Common Carriers In Transporting Freight and Baggage From Fever Infected Points Appropriation of 500000 or So Much Ae May Be Necessary To Carry Out the Provisions of the Measure Made Washington April 4Dy a vote ot 202 to 26 the houso passed tbu nation al quarantine bill Tho bill places the control of all quarantine stations grounds and anchorage under tho soc retury of the treasury and directs that aa soon as practicable after the approval ot the act be shall select and designate such suitable places tot them and establish the same at such points on or neat tho seacoast ot the United States on the Mexican border aa in hta judgment aro best suited for the same In order to prevent the Introduction ot yellow fever Into the United States Tho bill further gives the secretary of the treasury the right to establish a quarantine station at the Dry Tortugos and at such othoi points at or hoar seacoasts not to ex rood four In the aggregate as he deems necessaryInterstate Commerce Tho bill also provides that every common carrier engaged In Interstate commarco shall recelvo and carrj through any state or territory passes gora freight and baggage which may have boon discharged and properly certified In accordance with tho regu latlon ot ttw public health and marine hospital service and every person In torforing with or obstructing auch car rler or any passenger or any Instru mentality of commerco In any such carriage or journey shall bo guilty ol a misdemeanor and on conviction be punlsbad by a flue not exceeding 300 or be Imprisoned for a period not ex ceeding ono year or both In tho dis cretan ot the court It Is provided that this section shall not be con atruod as giving authority to any por son to debark or unload freight in any locality contrary to tho lawful regula tlons Tho bill carries an appropriation ol 1000000 or BO much aa may ba neces sary to carry tho provisions of the bill Into effect ARMY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT House Committee Authorized Favora blo Report on the Senate Bill Washington April 4Tho house committee on military affairs author teed a favorablo report on the senate bill reorganising the medical depart went of the army The bill was amended by cutting down the number of colonel from 16 to 14 of lIeuten- ant colonels from 24 to 20 ot majors from 110 to 100 A provision is In sorted that any oMcer of the medical service corps provided for In tho bill who IB subject to call and who shall ho ordered upon active duty but shall refuse to accept shall forfeit his com mission Under tho bill the corps will consist of a surgeon general with the rank of brigadier gdnoral li colonels 20 lieutenant colonels 100 majors and 300 captains SECRETARY OF NAVYS POWER That Official Can Dismiss Hut Not Reinstate Midshipmen Washington April 4Secretary Bonaparte was advlsod by the attorney general that the authority ot tho secretary ot the navy to appoint and dlsmlas midshipmen does not embrace tho power to reinstate Inquiry was CHAnLES J BONAPARTB j made by Mr Bonaparte connection with the effort ot Senator Bailey and Representative Burleson of Texas to have Midshipman John Paul Dean of Texas reinstated Zlona Financial Manager Zion City Ill April tDoacon WII liam D Yerger tho present head of the Christian Catholic church Ia Cin cinnati will bo the financial manager ot Zion City under the reorganization now Sa progress heY DOWIE GIVES OUT A STATEMENT OFFICIALLY DISMISSES SIX OF HIS OVERSEERS Cancels Vollvas Power of Attorney and Ousts Granger as General Fl nancial Manager of Zion Ocotlan MOL April 4The follow- Ing statement was made public by John Alexander Dpwle John Alexander Dowie first apostle of the Christian Catholic Apostolic church In Zion has treated with con tempt the powerless allegations of his opposition by six of his overseers headed by Vollva Dowle admits having taken the fol lowing action First Ho has officially dismissed Overseers Vollva PI pot Exell Bras field Cantel Spelcher Secondlie haa cancelled Vollvaa power of attorney Third He has dismissed Oranges from tho offlco of general financial manager r Fourth Ho has appointed Deacon Fielding Wilhite us Orangers succes sot and has given him power ot attor neyFlrtblIe has taken the necessary legal steps to protect his estate and the vast interests of ZIon Sixth Deacon James F Peters gen oral manager of the Zion railroad at faire Is arranging transportation for tho Immediate return of the first apes tie and party to Zion City Ho will probably give further In formation Wednesday and meanwhile asks his friends throughout the world not to be anxious concerning Zion or himself REMARKABLE PHENOMENON The Ohio River liOn Fire Near Sewlckley Pa PUtsburg April 4The Ohio river Is burning Flames 30 feet high are leaping from tho surface of tho stream near Sewickley Pa and there Is little hope of tho conflagration being check ed for a time Tho blaze Is still burn lug with unabated fury During the night the flames brightly Illuminate the hills river and valley for miles around and hundreds of residents of Sewlckloy and Coraopolla gathered or the banks to witness tho sight whicl was ono of exceptional beauty About 10 feet from tho southern bank of the river at a point where tho water II about threo feet In depth there la a huge pillar ot red flame It Is about aU feet In diameter and over 3Q feet high and dances and leaps about the surface of the river a fiery menace to navigation This remarkable phenomenon Is caused by the ignition ot a great leak in the Manufacturers Light and Heat Cos 12Inch gas main which passes under tho river GOVERNOR GENERAL OF CANADA President Roosevelt Gave a Dinner In Honor of Him and His Party Washington April 4 Preslden lloosevelt gave a dinner at the white house In honor of the governor gen era of Canada and Countess Gray and their party The visitors who In addition to Earl and Lady Gray include their daughter Lady Sibyl Gray Lady Alexander Devero Deauclero and Cot Hanbury Williams arrived hero tram New York and went direct to the white houie where they were over night guests of the president They will remain In the city for several days Among those Invited to meet tho distinguished visitors were the British Ambassador and Lady Durand Secretary arid Mrs Root Speaker Cannon Senator Lodge Representa Live and Mrs Longworth Attorney General Moody Secretary and Mrs Bonaparte and nr Adm and Mrs Cowles SOUTHERNER FOR PRESIDENT Senator Frazer Addressed the Tennessee Socley of New York Now York April Ualted States Senator James D Frazier of Tcnnes see In the course of a speech at tin annual dinner of the Tennessee society of Now York at the WaldorfAs torla said If we of the south want to nomi nato a southern man for tho press dency wo have a perfect right to do so and If wo do ho should not lost a single vote because ho comes from the south There is no nova south continued tho speakor It Is the same old south Wo are all true Americans and have the love of constitutional liberty LADY OF THE WHITE HOUSE Mrs Roosevelt Entertained the Member of President Palma Family Havana April 4Mrs Theodore Roosevelt Tuesday entertained tho members ot President Palmas family at C oclock tea on board the govern ment yacht Mayflower President and Mrs Palma wero not present owing to the fact that the president was suf feting from slight indisposition Minister Morgan Tuesday morning took the Roosevelt party in an automo bile to Mattel a suburb ot Havana George 8 Paull Promoted Washington April 4Postmaster General Cortelyou announce 1lhe pro motion ot George S Paul of Ohio to the position otpostmaster clerk otl tho post omce department iv r I TAKEN OUT ALIVE Thirteen French Miners Endured Unspeakable Horrors For 20 Days in a Nine LIVED ON PUTRID HORSE MEAT Amid Midnight Darkness mad IK till Terrible Stench From Scores of Decaying Human Corpses All Rescued From the Courrleret Mines Showed Effects of Their Experiences Being Emaciated t Exhausted and Blinded Lens France March 31The disas ter at the Courrleres coal mines bid a startling sequel Friday when 13 miners were taken out alive attar baviRj endured unspeakable horrors during 20 days of entombment The story 01 the survivors so far as It haa been told discloses that they lived for many days on putrid horse meat amid total darkness and In the stench from scores of decaying corpses The pres once of human flesh would speedily have forced the starving men to resort to tho last desperate extremity If they had not been rescued The survivors were sturdy young miners from 17 to 25 years of age except their leader Henri Nemy who is 38 years old All show tho terrible effects ol their experiences being emaciated ex haunted and blinded Their rescue caused a temporary nervous lucidity during which they greeted their rela tives and graphically relatod their Buf feting There was touching scenes U wives and mothers greeted those whom they had long given up as dead Crowds besieged the hospitals to which the men were taken cheering the survivors and Imprecating the Ineffective nature of the salvage work that fol lowed Immediately after the disaster The rescue ot these 13 men revived the hope In many families that others ore alive and the relatives of those whose bodies have not been recovered clamorously demanded that efforts be redoubled to bring out any possible survivorsThere a report that in addition to tho 13 men who were brought up out of the mine Friday there were Ave others who eme wlthUi ia almost to the bottom ot the pit but were unable to come further on account of exhaustion THE BLUE AND THE GRAY Effort To Be Made To Organize aNa tional Association Atlanta Ga March 29A session ot the blue and gray state organlza tions was held here with the expecta Lion that tho formation of a national or ganlzatlon which will perpetuate with out distinction between north and south tho memory ot those who fought on either side In that memorable con flirt will be effected A score of states from California to Maine and from Texas to Michigan were represented by nearly COO veterans who listened toI addresses from tho view point of those who wore both uniforms The utmost harmony prevailed In every utterance and the keynote of all was an earnest desire that tho differencesI of tho past which were settled more than 40 years ago shall bo forgotten in the unity of the future Gov Pattlsona Condition Columbus 0 April 4Tbo bulletin issued by the physicians at 1130 oclock Tuesday night on Gov Patti son is but a rcpcition of others given out There has been practically no change In the past 48 hours and reports from the residence are to the effect that ho Is slowly improving Newspaper Plant Damaged By Fire Buffalo N Y April 3A fire broke out on the second floor of the office of the Buffalo Times an afternoon paper at an early hour Tuesday morningf spreading quickly gained control ot a I large portion ot the building The loss will reach J200000 PresidentPalma Havana April 3Mrs Roosevelt and her children called on President Palma President Palma sent a state coach to the wharf to receive Mrs Roosevelt and the children and an aide decamp escorted them to the palace A State Tuberculosis Hospital Des Moines In April 4Thostato legislature mado an appropriation ot 10000 to begin tho erection ot a state tuberculosis hospital and the prosecu I tion of a general educational campaign for checking tho disease la Iowa Strike Promoters Exiled St Petersburg April 3 M Annen Ilk a wellknown writer and M Orle hart president ot the railroad eon tress which ordered tho railroad I strike of last fall have been exiled to Archangel by administrative order Allen Arrivals In New York Albany N Y April 2Durlnr the ast three months of 1905 there were 65540 alien arrivals at the port of Yew York according to the quarterly I bulletin of the state department of labor Just jmade ilHHI M4-A Family Newspaper Eight Pages1H11IIH4 4 III I III I I I I I I 1VOL of 1 j I I I 4 L 1 t10U doubtless appre i ciate prompt painstaking attention to the details o f your banking business This where we can be of real iis to you t t t J d r H The f BereaBankingC Co rye Capital 25OOO- BEBEA KENTUCKY We pay interest on deposits I J AT WELCHSIDayiirsncHlayanVjotr oilfield better prices and more dependable merchandise at our store than atany other place in Madison county We have the largest and most complete stock in this and adjoining counties bought for spot cash ijo time or discount consisting of Dry Goods Shoes Hats Clothing Hard ware Groceries Field Seeds and the cheapest Drug Store on eartha Druggist in charge so that one Doctor Aerer gets to flit another Doctors prescriptions Sojrcie of the Prices1 V Obelisk Flour 7 V 00 Gold Medal Flour i o itdr1 Meal j k A vv rlfDry Salt Meat i rV 08rfnd 09 Lenox Soaefw r Q3or 2 for 05 Clairett Soap 1 V 05 orS for 10 Ivory Soap uf t 05 qr far 25 Sugar brown 9r C i Ii 04 Sugar granulated 0 i t 05 Tomatoes v ae r0o Studebaker Wagons and Oliver Plows and U looks likeIeverybody trades at WELCH S oetokottokoefakoetoetokoslokoKokokoKoltokoslaatokoRoKos4ora o- o c0- o c31 o x ARE YOU COMING TO THE a I YLittle0- o cx 0- o c0- o I N 11 Ai To buy your Groceries Shoes Cl thing o- o Feed Stuffs Locust Posts Shingles American JII 0 t Wire Fence Plows Hose Hari1c5C o ainsj x a 4 o o Osborne Machinery and all this good thins h ti i 0 caoIwant your trade no matter who yoi are iif prices are not right do not buy o o 1- a 0- o 1 r ia0 s I A P SETTLEJr 1 a I i Phone 40 i- o o- atloNottottolaoitoite otaolooieotlNatcbttoltottoilaticttotaltNal6oltp wcl i I i I Under the Red Robe 6y STANLEY Je ETHAN j COc prrllrbCitw CHAPTER VCorrrttluaa Doubtless be had dropped the Jewels In tho hurry of his start from the Inn that night Doulilloss too be carried them in that blarro hiding place for tho sake of B3tctjiV consider inc it unlikely that rdbbbrs If he roll Into their hands would tnl o the mchet from him an still less likely hat they would suspect It to contain anything of value Everywhere It vouU pass for a love gltt the work i if his mistress Nor did my penetration stop there r in to one till gems were family prop- erry the last treasure of the house end M de Cochcforet when I saw him at the Inn was on the way to convey them out of tho country either to secure them from seizure by the government or to raise money by selling themmoney to be spent In some last desperate enterprise For a day or two perhaps after leaving Cocheforct while the mountain road and Its chances occupied his thoughts he had not discovered his loss Then he had torched for the precious sachet missed It and returned hotfoot on his trucks I was certain that f had hit on the true solution and all sat wakeful In tho darhaesepondertag what I should do The stones unsej tracedr J whether r wonld or no I might leaveI for Spain with the Jewels In ray pocket I confess I WOB tempted The gems were so One that f doubt not some In differently honest mae would have sold salvation for them nut a Default Ms honor No I was tempted but not for long Thank God a man maybe reduced to living by the fortunes or the dies and may even be called by n woman spy and coward without be aming a thief Tho tomptatlon soon left meI taco credit for Itand I fell to thinking of this and that plan for making use ot them Once It occurred to me to take the Jewels to the cardi nay and buy my pardon with them aboutAve IIsbtihaystuffed lattice there came to me the real plan the plan of plans on lipsJl over It and hugged myself and telt my II byes dilate In the darkness as I conned It It seemed cruel It seamed mean t cared nothing Mademoiselle half t Ixiasled of her victory over me of her andtgrooms should log me she bad rated mo as If I had been a dog Very well I 1 wo would see now whose brains were the letter whose wat the master mlcd whoso should be tho whipping The ono thing requIred by my plan was that I should get speech with her that done I could trust myself and my Dflwfound weapon for the rest But that was absolutely necessary end seeing lhat Lh srmlghi be some dIm culty about lO determined to descend an If my mind were made up to go then on pretense of saddling my horse t t would slip away on foot and lie tR wait near the chateau until I saw her come out Or if I could not effect ray i purpose In that way either by reason 1 of the landlords vigilance or for any oi her cause my courso was still easy 1 would ride away and when I had pro e seeded a mile or so tie up my horse In t rh forest and return to the wooden bridge Tbenco 1 qould watch the gar den and front ot the cbt IUI until tIme and chance gave me the opportunity if soughtSo saw my way quite clearly and when too fellow below called pe re minding me rudely that I must be go ing and that It was six oclock I was ready with my answer I shouted sulkily that I was coming and after a decent delay I tool up my saddle and bags and went down Viewed by the cold morning light the Inn room looked more smoky more grimy more wretched than when I had lat seen It The goodwlfe was not visible The Are was not lighted No provisionnot eo much as a stirrupcup rE or bowl of porrldge hecred the heart I looked around snlffinffthe state smelt of last nights lamp and grunted Are you going to emd me out tasting I said affecting a worse humor than t felt The landlord was standing by the l window stooping over a great pair of frayed and furrowed thighboots which COplOll1fJbreakfast ho answered with a ma itctnne grin Well It dos nol much matter I replied grandly I shall be at Auch hr uoon That Is as Inay be he answered with another grin I did not under tund him but I had something else to think about awl I opened the dppr and topped out intending to go to the ramo Then In a second I comrre Ud d The cold sir laden with wood rInd mplsture met me and went to my- bones but it was not that which made me shiver Outside the door In the road sitting on horseback In silence were two men One was Clon The other who held a spare horse by th- ereinfly 1oraewas a man I had seen at tho Inn a rough shockheaded i hardbitten fellow Doth were armed and Clon was booted Ills mate rode I barefoot with a rusty spur strapped- to one heel The moment I saw them a sure and certain fear crept Into my minI It was that made me shiver Dut I did riot speak to them t went in again and closed tile door behind me The landlord woo putting on the boots What does this mean I said hoarse whatIhere Orders he answered laconically Whose orders I retorted Whose he answered bluntly Well Monsieur that Is my business Enough that wo mean to see you out of the country and out of harms way Out If I will not go I cried Monsieur will go he answered coolly Tbere are no struntters In the village today he added with n significant smlle Ddou mean to kidnap me Ire plied In a rage Denlnd the rage was something I will not call it terror for the bravo feel no terrorbut it was akin to It 1 had had to do with rough men all my life but there was a grimness and truculence In tbo as pect of these three that shook me When I thought of the dark paths and narrow lanes and cliffsides wo must traverse whichever road we took I trembledKidnap you Monsieur he an swered with an everyday air That Is as you please to call It One thing Is certain however be continued maliciously touching an arquebus which bo bed produced and set up right against a chair while I was at If you attempt the slight est resistance we shall know how to put an end to It etcher here or on the toad i drew a deep lycath The very Im ml no nee Of the danger restored me to the use ot my faculties I changed my lone and laughed aloud So that Is your plan Is it I said The sooner we start the better then And the sooner I ice Aucb and your back turned the morel shall be pleased He rose After you Monsieur be said I could not restrain a slight shiver Ills newborn politeness alarmed me more than his threat I knew the man and his ways and I was sure that It boded 111 for me Out I had no pistols and only my sword and knife and I knew that re sistance at this point must be worse than vain I went out Jauntily there ort the lardlord coming alter mo with my saddle and bags The street was empty save for the tvowaltlnjhoremea rwjra sat to their saddle looking doggedly before them The sun bad not jet risen the air was raw The sky was gray cloudy and cold My thoughts flew back to tbo morning pn which I bad found the sachet at that very spot almost at that very hour and for a moment I grew warm again at the thought of the little packet I carried In my boot But the landlords dry manner the sul len silence of his two companions whose eyes steadily refused to meet mine chilled me again For an Instant the Impulse to refuse to mount to re fuse to go was almost irresistible then knowing the madness of such a course which might and probably theydesiredslowly to my stirrup- I wonder you do not want my sword I said by way of sarcasm as I swung myself up We are not afraid ot it the inn keep answered gravely You may keep Itfor the pre I made no answer what answer had I to makoand we rode at a foot pacddown the street be and leading Clog and the shockheaded man bring ing up the rear The leisurely mode of our departure the absence of hurry or even haste the mens Indifference whether they were seen or what was thought all served to sink my spirits and deepen my sense of peril 1 felt that they suspected me that they more than halt guessed the nature of my errand at Cocbeforet and that they were not minded to be bound by mademoiselles orders in particular I erd the worst front ClODSappearance His lean malevolent taco and sunken eyes his very dumbness chilled me Mercy had no place there We rode soberly so that nearly half an hour elapsed before we gained the brow from which I had taken my first look at Cochoforet Among tho dwarf oaks whence t had viewed the valley we paused to breathe our horses and the strange feelings with which I looked hack on the scene may he Imagined Dut I had short tlmo for Indulging In sentiment or recollections A curt word and we were mov log again A quarter of a mile farther on the road to Auch dipped Into the valley When we were already halfway down this descent the innkeeper suddenly stretched out his hand and caught ray rein This way he said I saw fan would have mo turn into a bytpath leading southwestward a mere track faint and little trodden and encroached on by trees which ledJ knew not whither I checked my horse Why I said rebelllously Do you think I do not know the road This Is the way to Auch To Auchyes lie answered bluntly But we are not going to Audi Whither then I said apgrlly Youwlll age presently1 hcreuUed with an ugly suite Yes but I will chow now 1 reo Uwtert Jililon Citing jthe Letter et f mt I fate come so far with you You will find it more easy to tako me farther ifyou will tell me your plans You are a fool he cried with a snarl x Not so I answered I ask only to IIntothat satisfy your And what will you do with mi there t asked my heart giving a great boundIHand you over to some friend of lobchaa shorter way and one that wilt sa o us some traveling Make up your mind Monsieur Which shall It be CHAPTER VIrUNDUn TUB PIC DU MIDI So that was their plan Two or three hours to the southward the long white glittering wall stretched eait and west above the brown woods lie yond that lay Spain Once across the larder night be detained It no worse happened to me as a prisoner of war for wo verctlien at war with Spain on lho Italian side Or I might ho handed over toone of the savage bands halt smugglers halt brlehml that held the pauses or be delivered worst fate of alltlnto tho power of the French exiles of whom some would be likely to recognize me and cut my throat It Is a long way Into Spain I mut tered watching inn kind of ta etna tlon Clon handling his pistols I think you will find the otherOad longer stllli the landlord answered grimly nut chooso and be quick about It I They were three to one and they had firearms In effect 1 hadno choice Well if I must 1 must I cried making up my mind with seem ing recklessness Vogue la galere Spain bo It It will not be the first time I have heard the dons talk Tho men nodded as much as to say that they bad known what tbo end would be the landlord released my rein and in a trlco wo were riding down the narrow track with our faces scl towards tho mountains On one point my mind was nowmore easy The men meant fairly by me and I had no longer to fear as i had eared a pistol shot In the back at the first convenient ravine As far as that wont I might ride In peace On the other band it 1t them carry me across the border my fate was sealed A man set down without cre dentials or guards among the wild doe peradooH who swarmed In war time In tbo Asturlan passes might consider himself fortunate It an easy death toll to his lot In my case I could make happenAtered Word dropped among the say ago men with whom I should be left and the diamonds hidden In my boot ncrbaelcmatter to me whither they went So while the others talked In taciturn fashion or sometimes grinned at mv gloomy face I looked out orrr the brown woods with eyes that saw- yet did not see The red squirrel swarming up the trunk the startled pigs that rushed away grunting from their feast of mast the solitary rider who met us armed to the teeth and passed northward after wblsrwrlngwlth the landlord all these i saw Dut my sropIng mole for some way of escape For tlmo pressed The slope wo were on was growing steeper Dyandbyc wo tell Into a southward valley and began to follow It steadily upwards crossing and rccrosslng a swiftly rushing stream The anowp aka began to bo hidden behind the rising bulk of hills hatoverhung tie and sometimes wq could see nothing before or behind butt risingheereither hand with gray rocks halt masked by fern and Ivy getting here and there through the firs and alders It was a wild and sombre scene even at that hour with the midday sun shining on the rushing water and drawing the scentout of the pines but I knew that there was worse to come and sought desperately for somo ruse by which I might at least separate the men Three were too many with one I might deal At last when I had cud gelled my brain for on hour and almost resigned myself to a sudden charge on the men singlehanded last deeper ate resortI thought of a plan tan gerous too and almost desperate but which still seemed to promIse something it came of my fingers resting In my pocket on the fragments of the orange sachet which without having any particular design In my mind 1 lied taken care to bring with me 1 had torn the sachet Into four pieces four corners As 1 played mechanically with them one of my fingers fitted Into one as Into a glove a second finger Into another And the plan came I Still before mould move In it1 bad 1o wait until we stopped to bait the flagging horses which we did about noon at the head of the valley Then pretending to drink from the stream 1 managed to secure unseen a handful of pebbles slipping them Into the same pocket with the morsels of stuff On getting to horse again I carefully fitted a pebble not to tightly Into the larg est scrap and made ready for the all temptThe landlord rode on my left abreast lor me the other two knaves bchlud The road ut this stage favored me for the valley which drained the bare ups lauds that lay between the lower spurs And the base of the real mountains had become wide and shallow Here were no trees and the path was a mere- shgeptrackgovcred with short crisp brass andtruaning gomntlmcs on thus bank the stream and soajeUmcaroa that I I italted until the raMan beside its turned to speak to the men behind rh moment he did so and his eyes were averted slipped out tho scrap at satin In which I bad placed the pebhl and balancing It carefully tin my right I thigh as t rode 1 flipped it forward with all the strength of my thumb and finger I meant It to tall a few paces before us in the path where It tould jI seen nut alas for my hopes At the critical moment my horse stwtcd my finger struck the scrap aslant the pub hIe flew out and the hit of stuff flut tered Into a whinbush close to my stir rup arid was lost I was bitterly disappointed for the same thing might happen again and I had now only ihreo scraps left Hut fortune favored me by putting It Into my neighbors head to plunge Into a hot debate with the shockheaded man on the nature of some animals seen on a distant brow which be said were Izards while the other maintained that they were common goats Ho ron tlnued on this account to ride with his face turned the other way I had UITP to fit another pebble Into the Ecconi piece tt stuff and sliding It on to my thigh poised It and nipped It This time my finger struck tho mis silo fairly In the middle and shot It so far and so truly that It dropped in tho path ton paces in front of us Tho moment I saw Itlal11 kicked my neighbors nag In the ribs It started and be turning In a rage hit It The next Instant he pulled It almost on IU haunches Saint Grist he cried and sort Blar ing at tho bit of yellow saUn hU face turned purple and his Jaw fallen What Is IU I said staring at him In turn What Is the tatter toolIMatter ho blurted Moo Dleu Dut Clovis excitement J11ftue4- even his The dumb man no sooner saw what bad attracted his comrades attention than he uttered an Inartic ulate and horrible noIse and tumbling off his horse more like a beast than a man on tile clous morllelIWill of a Ccvmlnn A correspondent sends ua a copy ot an old will on record In the office of the ordinary of Luniiikln county Ca After appointing three executors he solemnly requests them to law N Nicholson to the full extent Of the law I Impute my cramp colic to his Injustice 10 me He further renmwti that they pay themselves and Our attorneys and spend as much as li necessary ic buying a slab and pile on it tiers lies the remains of S Douglas Crane Dorn the Sth of Ito vomber 1800 who served fire years lathe Georgia legislature and never lost a day and dies In the full faith of the Methodist doctrine andla full hope to which church he wills ISOM In conclusion the testator requenU to bo burled on the highest hill intho graveyard with the honors of war a colonels salute I Precaution aseelne firs Robert Dallcy Thomas publliika his Old Farmers Almanac in New England In tho early part of the tart century Concerning the prercetjcm and extinction ot fire be says N41 ec read In bed by candle light especially It your bed bo surrounded by curtains Strictly forbid the use of cigars In yow family at all times but especially after night There is good reason ti supposo a house was lately set on tin by a half consumed cigar which a w man suddenly threw away to prcve t being detected in the unhealthy sad offensive practice ot smoking To carI ry fire In any way through the streets of Dalton was considered a penal of tense eves up to 1780 when the r strlctlon concerning the smoking rcigars was repeated lie mused Writ They were In the family portrait icctlon1or the gallery and tr seemed tie MM GoUshtly that her Bstlish visitor was deeply impressed Yes these are all my ancestors she said proudly Now this is my greatgrandfather when he was a yuuci man of course Isnt ho handsome My grandfather used to tell my mother that his grandfather lhats this oneI was a eplendld locking man as long fu womfJ1Jllaahero Drave 1 guns he was Why to never fought In a battle that lw didnt lost an arm or a leg or seine tiling from being right In front of everybody He was In twentylitre erisagement8 Youth8 Companion She Made Co MlnlnUr It was my first experience at une Y them afternoon teos Mid aunt Marla lake on her return from a visit in the city but I kep my eyes open an watched the others an I dont think 1 mode any mistakes oven if I aint used to lire ways of city folks I never sep anything purtier than the refr u ment tables was all tricked out wits ribbons and flowers and theyd saps 3VldK 8 nil tolled up and tied with narrfr pink ribbon Just JhlnkP And what was the ribbon for asked tho listener Why 1 reckon it was to ent least wise 1 et mlnet Llppincotts Magar sine Triple are It has been said that the nest brazes man on record Is the ono capable cd asking a cabdriver to tell him tits way The New York Press gives this instance of the next to the most brazenA nighthell rang and he rose In professional haste end went to the window Can you Inform me asked the mea on the 8ep beJowl UJhe doetor nest door makes nightcalls 1vu beai rinsing his bell for UalnMio Mi ae one aaawllfL 1 rSACK TO THE EARTH The Ignominious Fate of the Run away Engine How1 It Filled- a New Mission There was an awful crash The runaway engine leaped the trestle and lay broken beyond redemption in the little green valley below Men came and looked at the engine la Its resting place 100 foot below the rails that had played it false but they nwa1Ithat one a junk sure enough Shell be left to rust away IsIhappened Red rust crept over The brasses turned as green as the velvet grass the sputa toted cab fell to pieces and the rata I washed oft the paint I Dy and by tho little things of the TIIBY NBVKIl CuriDJIAVKUOTTEN I IT UP OUT 0V JTJI8 HOLLOW valley began to scurry around and poke curiously Into the mysteries of tho fallen engine I Its the same kind of thing that used to go streaking and shrieking over that trestle every day said a held mouse to his wife Its awfully mussed up now I though said Mrs Mouse Those round things that used to whirl around so fast are all bent up pnd there Isnt muck loft of the box where the man used to stand But heres that thing that used to swing on top and make such an awful racket thats all tight if we could get rid of that clapping thing on the Inside It would make tho grandest place for u nest Its co abel tered hero We could nil la around It with grass and things said Mr Mouse I think we will dobitle to stop right here 80 they toll to work and never did Sold mules have so fine a habitation when all was ready and never wore babies so fine as those which grew sad flourUbcd in the big brass bell The summer went by The flowers in the meadow blossomed and seatter ed their seedss The winter came and the snows fell on the old engine lathe Spring a pair 6f thrushes plod the battered smokestack sad decided that bore was the place for their summer home Bo they added thelrhouiofc p log to that of the field mice Down la the ruins of tho cab was life stirring too Some little tbereI had fallen and found the earth Into which the engine had made Its mad dive on that terrlblo night of the wreckWhen the spring rains washed In and found them they began to swell until little green heads poked out and they sent their roots trailing down ward for food and drink and their stems upward for air and sunlight Then the leaves burst out aud then the tender bloom A trailing creeper threw Its arms over the featured boll ffpud sent out Its shoots here thorn and everywhere Ioor old engine It said The seen who made you hays left you here to spoil We will make you beautiful And 10 nature crept In and hid the sgly hulk No longer was It hideous One day two young men came through the valley It should be here said one My father was the engineer whoa the run away Jumped the trestle away The company must have taken It No thoy never could have gotten It up out of this hollow Wen Its surely not hero now After looking around for some Umo the two young men wont away without having found tho object of their search I In a piece of leather cut two par nllel silts below their oxlroacltle- I mako a hole as wide as tho slit and imaller than the buttons which aro limned to tho piece of string that Ipassea through the hole and the end K the slit as lalsurll ot e I Tilt ojd engine JtagianT A bvtbit laugh which made several rusty nub rattle out of tho scarred old holler plates The men had never noticed thi vinecovered mound under the trestle And so the field mice still scuttled fearlessly around and the thrush sent up his divine Bong from the clustering leave Tho vines and flowers thick ancd and wove their network closet and more lovingly Dally over tho trestle other englnei rushed screaming and bellowing Sometimes ttolr fallen the thrill of the old llfovibniU throuRit its firebox Dut ovcryvdSFlt became more contented with IUibL Dock to tho earth I go It mur mured From the earth was I born and In the bosom of my mother shall I find a new aDottton Globe THE DOGS OF THIBET Those Pound In That Mysterious Country Not Just Like Those of Other LandsiThlbet which Is n Central Asia lea dependency ot China In accord I ante with Chinese policy travelers are almost entirely barred from Its territory Tho people of Thibet are peculiar so are tbo Don Is tho native animalsImost powerful sect which constitutes the established church There are a great many lamas or monks who dwell la manse tortes frequently called lamaseries The little boys and girls of Thibet are taught by tho lamas There aro three grand lamas who are considered bolldr than all the other lamas Although These men are very difficult to access some recent visitors managed to got admission to the monastery where these grand la mils live After much persuasion they also gained permission to take pictures The holiest of the three Rraadi la mas became BO Interested ttiaf he ticked for a camera which was given himAfter his English guests had left the grand lama took a number of pie I TUB SHOUT HAWED Don taws with hU kodak one of them ha lug original ortbe picture glvtniftbova The largf dog Is a very flVede and treacherous animal hot heeds also very cowardly lie Is called ajTWStinV These Thlb tan mastiffs KTOW to aa Immense size and are noticeable for I their tAwny mane Tho little dog Is a shorthaired sporting dog that traces Its descent hack to a hound of India There fa a third dog which Is ana tive of Tblbel the Lhassa tether It Is almost Impossible to procure lt uarrr COJCPLIKKNTS I8MI An Entertaining Button Puzzle 111 above Illuitratlon Can youramovu the string without brt ki it or C lt t Jlenther I Iy t Ir J History of the Eighth Kentucky Thrilling Story of the Part this Gallant Regiment Took in Our Civil War CHAPTER IV Continued Tho 21st July wo arrivodut Mur free boro whore wo inado our first StonloyMaUho8 that regiment horn being lidded to nrlgrooTwentyfirst Army Corps Colons Matthews bo tug nick Colonel Barnes continued in command General Neloon commanding tho division I on tho morning of tho 22d went with all tho division except tho Third Brigade ou u ecout toward Manches tor while our tour regiments march ed back through town crossed the river near the charred remains of the burnt depot and laid off a line of rifle pits A heavy detail from each regiment was put to digging Col onel Barnes also sent out guards Oerydlrectlouevery ablebodied negro man they could find and bring them in to as stet in foflifying By 10 oclock n m we had about two hundred stout wellpleased darkies heaving up hearth e Tim officer and men that had collected this dusky force related Bomo amusing incidents of tho talk andaction of nomo of those maters who remonstrated against having their niggers do work for the Vim koeL Capt Minter and u squad of tho 8th entered the premises of u rich planter who with his two won in the rebel army an old neg Ulan named Jim conducting affairs on the farm for his miHtrmi Soon the guards had II Boas Jim und seven or eight other negro men assembled in tho road near the fine house tnlstreas appeared on the portico an totally ignoring tho presence of tho captain and his men ehe addressed Jim saying I would like to know what you mean by leaving your work and bringing in the other hands pliedMissusjomtnin to work LodyNow you tako tho hands right back to tha field this minute or youll have to account for it certain Missus I cant Tea bound to boy dose sojers Deso are malicious ordoro minsus and Iso bound to fipcctdcin The captain with his conscript force mov ed off leaving the indignant missus in the porch heaping abuso on this whole Yankee army The darkies worked zealously tboy evidently thought themselves honored by such Bonrico und enjoyed their ration of hard tack and coffee very much By sunset the long lino of oarthworkfl were completed Col Barnes mealy ed a dispatch from General Nelson stating if wo wore not attacked before to march with tho 3d Brigade pro cisely at 2 oclock next morning out on Lebanon pike to attack a force of rebel cavalry then at tho river six milea from us Ono days rations wero cooked n few hours for sloop dutylormedor any noise that could possibly bo avoided This measured tramp tramp of our feet through the silent streets of Murfrcosboro by the dim starlight awoko many of the slum bering citizens Heads woro thrust out of windows but no questions asked Wo silently but speedily moved on arriving at tho ford of Stone River at the first glimmer of dawn hoping and expecting to bo able to dash on to tho enemy and try our hand at mortal combat but the cautious Johnnies had mounted their critters and left ono hour lOtulontlyAfter wading the river wo halted ono hour for breakfast Colonel Barnes then ordered us forward on tho Lebanon Pike and to march as fast no wo could and keep tho men well in tho ranks Does Your I Heart Beat I Yes 100000 times each day Does It send out good blood or bad blood You know for good blood is good health bad blood bad health And you know precisely what to take for bad blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Doctors have endorsed It for GO years Osafnqaaoletaeofbadblood4adurdshnrr bloodtaaudofblnamoredfromlbbod M natar intended Keep the bowels OMU will Ayars1UiUrarplu I All nlatall oXd eaLowllaxuaAho ors HAIR VIGOR AOUE CURl CHttRY PECTORAL I The day was oppressively hot nnd water scarce At noon wo were within ton miles of Lebanon nUllI halted for H little rest before pro ceeding to where wn were assured we would have till till fighting we wanted Just then u courier from Nelson handed Colonel Barnes nil order for im to countermarch to Mur posIibloNenrlynt the word of command knapsacks were thing arms taken und hot for Murfreesboro again When within two miles of Stone River our advance guard fell back and reported large force of rebel infantry nt the foul Colonel Barnes instantly had skit misheni put forward Thpbrigale trampled down a goodsized field of coin in hastily forming lino of battle We were all ready and just then in tho humor to fight anything human or devil A courier came dashing up nnd informed our colonel that the supposed enemy was General Nelson and tho balance of the divis theyhallfor said they nero weve been out soldiering nearly twelve mouths and but fow of us have seen an armed renal Tho brigade bivouacod at tile forks of tho Lebanon and Wood bury Pikes Our mOil did very lit tle cooking or eating We were too troth fop anything except sleep prerof stock We wero bugled up oarly the 24th mud had hastily marched to within three miles of Murfreeflboro when Generadt this unexpected command Chandler Branson Company D yelled out Now by tho blood of Balaam of this dont heat nil Some member of Company A Eighth Kentucky roo torled I bet by Od old Nelson or HOincbodyft drunk Our brigade beforetsquadron of tho Fifth Kentucky Cav dayskeeping I to prevent any force of this enemy pawing toward Nashville Several bodies of rebel cavalry wore then scouting around through tho cedars that skirt the mountains in Middle Tennessee This 25th General Nelson review ed the Third Brigade after which ho put us through a knapsack drill movementsacur somo perrormRlloo ever nay have boon hin opinion ol tho Eighth we certainly did not forma favorable ono of this swear lug blustering old tar A months acquaintance did not increase our respect or lovo for him thoughwe all became thoroughly convinced ol two prominent traits of Nelsons character First bravo in tho race of tho foe second overbearing to all Hiil ordnatofi The 20th n foraging party com manded by Major Broadhus of tho Eighth Kentucky and composed of Companies If nnd C of tho Eighth Twentylirthrough the cedars up Stono River eight mlle to a mill owned by a via lent rebel named Tilford whore tho soldiers assisted by a lot of IIlavcsI loaded the wagons with corn No white man or woman could bo soon Major Bro ulhus said to a patriarchal darkey Old man whore are tho white people of this placo MisauH an do chillou is to her juuddorfl an I speck mars u wid them odor kind ob sojors Major Broadhun Did ho leave you to manage affairs here Yes ash doh ho tola mo dis keepdosea do Yankees comin wid wagons you Jos sot firo to do cribs and burn up do cornr i Major DYou dont seem to obey your master When you sow us why didnt you burn it Yah yah mars I kuowed den it do nobody any good nor him nodor Tho wagons returned to tho corn wand without accident and while the Eighth bore at supper tho bugle sounded tho oflicore call Soon wo wero collected around our chief Colonel Bastes said Officers I want you to got your men ready to inarch to Murfreesboro and ddquick for tho General expects to bo daylightwere soon wading tho river being daysWemidnight and lay on our arms in lino of battle near town on tho Woodbury Pike Our men began to think this very pant soldiering but it was only the beginning of our hardships Tho line of battle was maintained until after sunrise tha 27th but tho 8000 enemy did not appeartTO BE CONTINUED 1 Our Omelrry For many years Boren hurts had n cemetery of live antIII half acres handsomely situated ou Hichmpiid street about lhreo fourths of a mill from tho College grounds For tho present this will furnish accommoda boas for all tho o who wish to par chase lots But more and more the people of this country around are attracted to this fine location With statesmanlike vision tho executive Allsociat last fall to secure the available land adjacent twelve and n half acres making eighteen acres in nil suffi cleat for generations to Dome Sol oral hundred dollars are now Ira ing expended in improvements upon the house situated on tho premises making it a desirable homo It Tnja to AiUrrtlu A duck who had faitliiully stuck to business during the summer mud laid several dozen large lawn colored eggs according to the Troy Knu she was not appreciateSee that lien over there tIt said tho duckshe has not laid so many eggs ns I have nor so big but she has books written about her and verses composed in her hon or while nobody says a word about me The trouble with you is said n wine Buff Leghorn cock that was standing near that you do not tell tho public what you hove done You lay an egg and waddle off without saying n word while that sister of mine never lays ono without letting everyone in thin neighborhood know it If you want to cut any ice i this community you must learn advertise teerIndividuality In women niul young Imllrn hRh nt nenlml xldunl pries will hr found In IIIJT itrn + lrr Unit wlilrli roiiiprlirn nil that unni tnnlr de Ire Voiiirn unditntnnil the iu imrtnnro of ii 111 nil n proper lint We ran alit you tnnterlnlly In the election braue of our experience null through you army tint buy Jut- 7t70U will bIt nrrimleU the tnine courteous nttentlon that ilUIIng ulhe our trrntiuent of vlllon anda runtoinenItofor fleetI UK elsewhere your new Nprlnc or Nuuiiunr lint tne nt my nawplnre In the tore C1 llnnson S Co Mnln Street hltI MISS ALLIE FOWLER a IMILLlNfiera Ky J JLT JOESYou will find the finest dis play ofCandies and of Easter novelties in the city of Rich mond Also all sorts of good things to cat Call on him at once and you will at once lose that tired feeling FOR RENT Good five room house with good garden on Jackson Street Apply to E F Coyle FOR SALE A fow good Jacks Will soilor exchange for other property J 1- VIIEINDON 3 millS from Boron on tho Richmond Piko The Better Way The tissues of the throat are inflamed and irritated you coughand there is more irritation more coughing You take a couchniixtureand it eases the a You take SCOTTSEMULSION and it cures the cold Thats what is necessary It soothes the throat because it reduces the irritation cures the cold because it drives out the inflammation builds up the weakened tissues because it nourishes them back to their naturalstrengtli Thats how Emulsion deals with a Sore throat a cough a cold or bronchitis WELL SEND YOU A SAMPLE FREE SCOTT w IbOWNGd6el4w Yrret r I Happenings in Kentucky TO SERVE FOR LIFE James Howard Don Felon Stripes In the Kentucky Penitentiary Frankfort Ky April 4Jim How ard of Clay county sentenced to life Imprisonment for hiving murdered GOY William Goebel arrived at the state penitentiary and In the presence of Arthur Goebel brother of the man ha had slain tract ambush was transformed from citizen to convict Ar thur Goobel came here to see Howard placed behind prison hare and ho did not leave until ho saw Howards head shaved and the prisoner don the stripes He was within a few feet of Howard during the transformation but neither spoke to the other Mrs Howard accompanied her husband from tbo Louisville jail to the gates of the prison where she was turned back Howard retained his composure while changing his garb tho only no ticeable change being the absence of his smile This disappeared when ho was confronted with the prison unl form and saw hundreds of tho men who are to bo his companions In mis ery who were flocking to their noon meal Some apprehension is felt for the safety of the convict Henry Yout soy should he come In contact with Howard In the prison The prison space la small but they can avoid a meeting If both desire It An effort has been made recently to secure a parole for Youtsey but It has met with little If any success It Is said here that Asa Spahr of Winchester somo time ago visited Arthur Goebel and asked his concurrence In the re quest This Goebol promptly refused to give WANTED TO SEE THE FLOWERS A Burglar Strangely Caught By the Whim of a Child Louisville Ky April 4r The street anaboutoa strango way the twin daughter of Detective Frank Meyers Meyers took thEY other twin to Bohnnans hothouse near his home leaving twin No 2 at home asleep When ho returned No 2 was awake and Insisted on being taken to see the flowers She was told the pdaco was closed for the night but she looked out of the window and said No Mr Bohrman is there I see a light To quiet the child the father took her to the place and found Jeck el taking the combination off the sate He was arrested by Meyers Jeckel camo from Rowan county HE GOT A DIVORCE The MotherlnLaw of Lon Q Elliott Took Possession of His Wife Lexington Ky April 4Lon G Elli ott was granted a divorce here by Judgo Parker from his wife Mrs Jilt tlo Roberts Elliott on the grounds of abandonment Miss Roberta and young Elliott eloped to Loulsvlllo a year ago and wore married Upon their return the following day the bride was taken in charge by her mother and was not allowed to see her husband Elliott tried every way to secure legal possession of his wife but failed as the mother in law re fused to permit hIm to come to the house He alleged that Mrs Roberta spirited her daughter away and In this way alienated her affection Prison In Unsanitary Condition Owlngsvllle Ky April 4 Commonwealths Attorney Alex Conner of this county returned from Frenchburg Mcnifee county and stated that be cauao the jail in Frenchburg was in an unsanitary condition Circuit Judge A W Young released every misde meanor prisoner eight in number on his own recognition John McCracken Dead Lexington Ky April 4John Me Cracken at ono time an actor with the company of Marie Prescott and R D McLean died hero after a weeks illness of pneumonia Ho was 42 years old and unmarried His father the turfman William McCrocken and several sisters survlvo him Justices Clashed In Court Louisville Ky April 4John Dy lor of this city was named as county supervisor of roads Magistrates R O Dorsoy and Edward OConnor who nominated rival men clashed In the fiscal court when the appointment was made and a fight was prevented by Deputy Sherpa Smyser Found Diamond In a Cabbage I Barbounrille Ky April 4Miss Bertha Lane whll eating supper found a diamond in some cabbage The stone was of medium size It Is probable that the diamond had been loosened from Its setting and fallen Into a crate of cabbage during hand ling Jumper Purchased Lexington Kyr April 4S Taber Willotts of Roslyn L I purchased by wire from Harry Reed this city the touryear old chestnut filly Deuce by Goodrich dam Mattle IrwIn and she was shipped east Goes To Prison For 15 Years Barbourvlllo Ky April 4In the Leslie circuit court at Hayden James Salor charged with the murder of Jambs Belchor received a sentence of15 years A motion for a new trial was made For Pure Food Lexington Ky April 4The Indicted violators of the Kentucky pure food laws before JUdge Parker con fessed In nearly every case sad were fined 121 and cats Uptodate Buggies Downtodate Prices Come in and see my stock and I willsave you money on any job you buy from me I have a general line of anything you need Buggies Weber Wagons Implements Har rows Plows Wheat Drills Corn Drills Mow ing Machines Hay Rakes Threshing Mach t DryGoodsGroceries yes Fertilizer I have in a carload of Globe Fertilizer just in time for your tomato crop also a special Garden Fertilizer Anything you needfarms town lots im proved and unimproved property in Berea Come and see me or call me up JaP1 BICKNELL Phone No9 BE3REA Kitr4 + LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE RAI LROAD Timetable in Effect Jan 1 1906 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave I3erea338a m Arrive Richmond410a m Arrive Paris 528 u m Arrive Cincinnati760 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Berea 124 p m Arrive Richmond200 p in Arrive Paris330 p m Arrive Cincinnati010 pm Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Berea124 p m Arrive Knoxville 80 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Berea1220a m Arrive Knoxville 730 a m carryDufand Knoxville In both directions Trains number land 4 carry rullman vestibuled Sleeping car and coaches between Cincinnati and Knox vllle in both directions W H ROWER Ticket Agent D rrrl rtrelrrrrrrp M S For Sale orl LRent Cheap Ij A nice little Cottage tHouse of four rooms on jj t Depot Street Lot v by 269 feet Call onj K or address fi Iir 1 Ot itk3fitk AkStkllkkkkiEi171i17 A GlYllANTKKU CUIIR Ion 1IIKS Itching Blind Bleeding Protruding Plies Drug gists are to money If PAZO OINTnmNAru to cure In 6 to t4 days JX Call at T J Moberleys and son the best line of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS And anything that you need for a horse Call and get prices they will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky Till MONIT- ORSELFHEATING SAD IRON Fully guaranteed A fast seller Agents wanted in everylocality apply at once to the Monitor Iron Ce Rig Prairies Ohio Dr W G BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office R B ROBERTS Real Estate Agent and Abstractor of Deeds OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Offleo Hour from If to 12 n ui Farms town property etc for sale or to rent Call and see me if you wish to buy or soil property EAST END MEAT MARKET- I have good young Beef myMeatStore at the east end of Chest nut street Also good fresh Groceries at lowest possible prices Call and see me and save money B R HARRISONPhone KEEP CLEAN and get your and pressed byiJ C BURNAM The West Had Barber Shop Phase 67f50c a suit is all it will cost you I MonumentsURNS STATUARY orGranite and Marble Monumental work of all kinds done in a workman like manner at reasonable dispatchAll Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner of Main and Collins Streets TOLEDODETROIT AND i MICHIGAN POINTS ttrnclird Direct Vln ICHID i laThe Short Line From Cincinnati Finely equipped trains Leave at convenient hours Making connections With all Southern Linea All ticket agents will Sell you through tickets See that they read Via C H i D W B CALLOWAY Gen Pass Agt Cincinnati Ohio The Citizen JU Independent Fsmlly Hswapiseri rubllihtd every Thursday at Bore Kf BEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor and Mgr r Subscription Ratos raviolis IX ADTiXCt On Tear sun six noutbi m Three month 23 Bond money by nxtofflfa Money Order Ki srwi Money Order Check Oral Krtliterad liter or one and two cent sump The date after your same above to slut date rour lubccrlptlon It raid lilt fi not changed irlthin three User fending lie money otlfy u- sntcribers wkhlng Tna CITJHH stopped Oust notify ut at the of their tnb- jertptlon Txytng all arrrara otherwise we iball wilder that they with it continued Nollfr ut at one ofany change In your adJrtM- llflDf both old and new tddreuc oaJsOiled n we are noU4ed Menu wanted In every locality Writs tot terms Anyon sending us four yearly tub riptieoa receive Tin emit in tor oat Girls as Playwrights The thing nowadays that Is taking the greatest bold of the young girls woo turn to the stage as flowers turn to the sun8 the mania for play writing Every girl who scribbles at all trial to write a play If she coat write It she has alleged Idea of how It ought to be done Of a grand plot of a character that would Just flt name one bf the most prominent folk In stagelqnd Sho talks about the matter In season and out and earn estly searches for a collaborator who will put her Ideas In dramatic form The germ of playwrltlng Js abroadjin the laud and few escape it Many arc Incited by the current stories ot vast fortune made by The successful playwright Others desire the fame or notoriety that goes with dramatic suc cess In every girls school and cot lege the mania for writing plays has burst forth with remarkable vigor In womens clubs analyses of plays go handinhand with attempts at the writing of them Sho Is writing a play Is the explanation of many a womans withdrawal from ordinary activities Managers actors critics all who have anything to do with the staging or acting of plays are over whelmed with requests from women of all ages and conditions to pass aa opinion on their plays or to get them an opportunity for bringing theri be tore an audience All sorts of personal financial and social pulls arc worked to achieve this purpose Writing as a Diversion The writer of those genial observa tlonS From a College Window fur nished to the Corn lJl says that to achieve conspicuous mundane success in literature a certain degree of good fortune is almost more Important than genius or even than talent Ability by Itself even literary ability of a high order is not sufficient it Is necessary to have a vogue to create or satisfy a special demand to hit the taste of the age The writer of belleiilettrw j the literary writer pure and simple can hardly hope to earn a living wage unless he Is content to do and indeed fortunate enough to obtain a good deal of hackwork as well lie must be ready to write reviews and Intro ductions to pour out occasional arm tides to compile to edit to select t and the chances are that If his livelihood depends upon his labor be will have little of the tranquillity these II realty thelelsure ujwin Which much ot thebest work Jupends An Interesting relic oa xnibiuon IB a Broadway automobile store Is the first horseless carraige made In America Although only 13 years old says a New York report the vchicjfl lookaaa clumsy as some 6t the Aril locomotives The motive power wat gasoline as at present but the pipes used In the machine were ordinary Inch pipe of Iron with heavy Iron el bow Joints connecting the different lengths The wheels have solid rubber Urns such as are now used on light buggies Perhaps the most curfoun thing of all aboUt the machine is the broad flat leather belt like those used in a machine shop to transmit the power A national educatKnal congress Into be held In Mexico tbls year at the call of the governments It will die cuss putting all the schools under fed if oral control At present they are un der the control ot the various states in some of which they are poor and In others good The little state at Jellls co tar instance is ondof the most ad vanced In the world in Its school laws In addition to compulsory free edu cation the state pays the expenses of unlversltystud il too p wr to attend the liecWhen i nation reaches a certain stage In economic progress if It Is made of the right stuff It begins to take thought tin other things than money The movement tor civic beauty h1j he United States is an In dication that this degree of national evolution has been attained In the United States The numerous lectures en the train Jog of the young Jve indication that the rising generation is worrying eV erylody but Its l paint 1 IREPUSUCAN RANKS SOLID I Rotting tlkVa as Predicted bjr IDenlocrata Democratic politicians and newspa pers are saying that there Is a split in the Republican party which portends trouble in the congressional campaign ot 1906 This Is because of the ac tion taken by th i senate on the Philip pine tariff on the Santo Domingo treaty and on statehood They are mistaken Nothing like a rupture has come Nothing of the sort Is threat ened says the St Louis O1obe Demo crat There have been come disagreements on measures of policy between the president and the house on the one side and the senate on the other The Santo Domingo affair la not a subject however which comes before tho house A treaty which the president favored continuing the receivership which we have established over Santo Domingo is before the senate It tins been amended in certain particulars and the president It is understood favors the amendments But it Is said that the treaty will fall of ratiO cation That point Is still to be deter- mIned however If It falls It wl1 bo because ot Democratic ojiponlton Every Republican senator so far as known stands ready to vote for tho treaty If the treaty falls tho samo object can be accomplished by a Joint resolution which requires only a ma jority vote On the Phllllpine and the statehood questions the last word lies not yet been said It Is the Intention of Sen ator Lodge backed by the bulk of the Republicans as soon as statehood is disposed of to attempt to bring the Philippine measure before the senate in the exact shape It hud when it passed the house Senator Lodge pro fesses to be confident of success for the bill On the statehood measure the outlook Is In doubt Tho house Republicans It Is believed will stand but for the Hamilton bill consolidating tho four territories Into two states Their hope is that they con force tho senate to recede On this issue something more than statehood Is involved There has been a disposition for many years past for the senate to dictate to the house on important measures of legislation even on matters Involving revenues Many members of the house believe that this spirit ought to be fought This issue will figure to some extent in the contest between the two branches on statehood The statehood fight between the two houses began March 19 It must bo understood however that Republican harmony In the congressional campaign will not be affected in the slightest degree by tlie result on the Philippine tariff the Santo Do mingo treaty or the statehood bill whatever It tray chance to be The rate regulation bill is stilt to be acted on by the senate and the outlook favors its passage in that chamber In some form that will be acceptable to the house and the president As the president nnd the house view the slt uation rate regulation Is the most important work which congress is called upon to perform in this session A few Republican senators oppose the Hepburn bill In the shape It had when RepubIUcantion In the opinion of friends of that- poJlcytheso amendments will strengthen the bill at points where they concede that It Is weak The house and the president from all indications will accept these modification The bill will go through In a shape which will please conservative frIends of the rate regula tion policy The Republican party has been victorious in campaigns pres idential as well as congressional after harder fights than have been put up- thus far thlsseselon are likely to be put up Moreoand Re publicans were against the Granttad ministration In 187071 than have opIposed day part of the Roosevelt ministrations programme in 1906 and roco d shows that the presl1dentlalcrats are Jubilating too early The Republican party bas done so much that is good and the Democracy has I done so much that Is bad that the American people are not likelY to Entrust the Democratic party wllh power in the popular branch of congress In 1906 I Advice to Democrats Judge Parker says that the time has come when the really effective Demo crats of the country should be recog nized He does not enumerate them lie does not say who they are or how or where they happen to have become effective Nor does he Intimate by whom they should be recognized The time has come No doubt It has been coming for years Also going It has been coming and going since the mem orable election of 96 principally go Ing Just how It seems to be almost gone Brooklyn Eagle OTom Johnson la going to monkey around with that vice presidential boom of hla till somebody lights the- fusePhiladelphia Press creditor Hearst has broken with Col Bryan By the time the colonel gets back to the home shore he will fled his fences all shot to pieces St Louis GlobeDcmocrat- rWf Bryan and Hearst should carry Ufeir quarrel to the extent of creating a division In the Democratic party It would be Interesting to note tbedegree offavor wl Jch would be shown to the rival lenders Ons stands for repudiat ing debts and bo other tor lawlessness npemor+ Chicago CbronlcU jH ft JL1 nnb IIqirIf nt to finIte tIft tIn1t By JOHN SPARGO Author ofThe BlUer Cryf the Children rnFTER years experimentation and observation medical science is gradually recognizing the fact that it is food which makes the map That it is notinheritance not environment but his victdals that so to speak control his destinyEqual at birth differentiation begins with the feeding of the baby Badly fed or underfed the child very quickly departs from the normal and indeed this is exactly what happens in the case of hundreds of thousands of the child ren of the poor each year and each year turns out its quota of imbeciles of criminals and paupers all of which can be either di rectly or indirectly attributed to the effects of the food given the young child in the plastic years from its day of birth until the critical age of 14 A good concrete example of this is to be found in the matter of our public schoolchildren The past 50 or Go years have been attend ed with a wonderful development of the science of education as re markable and important in its way a9 anything of which we may boast We are proud and justly so of the admirable machinery of instruction which we have created the fine buildings laboratories curricula highly trained teachers and so on but there is a growing conviction that all this represents only so much mechanical rather than human progress Weliavr created a vkst network of means there is no lack of equipment but we have largely neglected the human nnd most im portant factor the child The fittflltyof expecting efficient education when the teacher is handicapped by poor and inadequate means is generally recognized but not so as yet the futility of expecting it when the teacher has poor material to work upon in th6 form of chronically underfed children too weak in mind and hotly to do the Work required of them Wd Ire forever seeking the explanation of the large percentage of educational failures hi the machinery of in struction rather than in the human material the children themselves The nervous irritable half fll children to be found in such large numbers in our public schoolsrepresent poor material They arc largely drawn from the homes of poverty and constitute an over whelmingmajority of those children for whom we have found it neces sary to make special provisionthe backwnrd dull pupils found year after year in the same grades with much younger children In a measure the relation of a childs educability to its physical health and comfort has been recognized by the corelation of physical and mental exercises in most uptodate schools but its larger social and economic significance has been almost wholly ignored And yet it is quite cer tain that poverty exercises the same retarding influences upon thc physical training as upon mental education There are certain conditions precedent to successful education whether physical or mental Chief of these are a reasonable amount of good nourishing food and a healthy home Deprived of thesephysical or mental development must necessarily be hindered And poverty means just that to the child It denies its victim these very necessities with thf Inevitable result physical and mental weakness and inefficiency witt itnJ nU lI6arruto By JOHN WHITMAN Janet of Cook County 1111 Jill Be your boys Get his confidence absolutely Do not make rigid rules for him hint to realize the right and follow it Teach him respect parents for older people and for vested authorityKnow absolutely where your boy is No boy is too good to be watchedMake home the most attractive place he can find Do not punish Restrain Teach your boy the value 1 f restraint of discipline of the judgment of older heads Teach him to cooperate with restraint Find out whatoccupaiori your boy likes best If it is a goodthing for him even if it does not come up toyour ideals let him follow it Parents must feel thafj the worst boys in the city aretheir own not onlybecause their influence contaminates good boys but because eventually they will have 16 take care of them Parents cannot properly guard their children altogether and when out of their supervision they come under the influents of child ren who are not carefully guarded So parents InUsQtQtqnltake care of their own children but for the sake of their ownchildren they must take care pf thewaifstvho- if left without will grow up a curse to themselves and to the city and from whom will emanate a moral miasma that will destroy their owli ijii4iirThI1 Wit Qime fu Ent By DR GEpkGlf STEDMAN Aftoelit Medical Eximlncr of Botton Lead for care Nobody can doubt that the practice of hurried eating is uni versal among Ameti cans today The life of the average Ameri can is such as to make almost imperative the surrender of all leisure at the dining table Nowhere perhaps is this custom of rapid and illconsidered eating so firmly established as among the great mass of people who do btfsi ness in the city and live in suburban communities The suburbanite never has time apparentlyto eat His breakfast is hurriedly bolted that he may be able to catch his train in town Ills luncheon in the city is astandup fight against time He is at home for his evening meal but usually his engagements social principally make it neces sary that he should save as much time as possible The consequence of course is indigestion one form or another The starchy foods particularly which require for digestion an abundant flow of saliva are swullowcdso hastily that they are deprived almost entirely of this element This is especially true of the cereals which consumed so universally at the mo rziiingmeal Rapid eating may be said to be Iilfstic ly iktionalevil tniid a national menace l chum t A I MR BRYANS ATTITUDE The New Datto Does the Harltqula Act in Ills Travels Abroad Because Mr Bryan insisted lua speech at Manila that a stable gov ernment must precede the granting ot independence to the Filipinos the Manila American of that town could dis cern no difference between his alt tude and that of Judge Taft Wo are led to believe It says that at this time all politicians are more than willing to dodge tho Philippine problem Too bad And yet says the Washington Star Mr Bryan richly deserves to be classed with the bloody oppressors of boss people Ho looked and talked daggers In the campaign of 1900 on the subject of the governments policy In the archI- pelago Ills speeches were turned Into smooth and lowing Spanish and circulated in the islands to show how friendly he was toward the Insurgent sentiment and how radically different his course would be In office to that of the McKInley administration ThoI result was to make him a hot favorite with Agulnatdo and his friends in that race And now bless your soul he talks like Judge Toft the man sent by Mr McKinley to the islands to set and keep things In the American or derOf course as we all know In this country Mr Bryans campaign talk was for campaign purposes It wat not what might be called a deliberate cheat but It was keyed to create and intensify prejudice nud to catch votes lie was not as excited on the subject of the downtrodto usa Mr Dev erys expressive word as his language Indicated The American people were not misled as the election returns slowed but the Filipinos unfamiliar with our electioneering methods and stump speech exaggerations wore and hero after the years wo sea Mr Bryan while a visitor In the Philip pines bracketed with the men he at that time condemned Well as a matter of fact how many Americans are there today vwho re gretful as they nifty be an to our sov ereignty over the Philippines would yet be willing to see the administra tion pull up stakes and como way leaving the Filipino to wrestle with tho problem of an Independent gov ernment and take chances of wreck and chaos and tho Interference of outside poweraT Probably not a nor porals guard We hear some very extreme expressions at times from down Boston way but the country refuses to take them seriously and they pans merely as entertainment And some of them It must be admitted an swer that end very well PLOT OF JUDGE PARKER Calls Upon the South to Sidetrack Both Bryan and Umrst The motive for Judge Parkers aug gestion of a southern Democratic can didate for the presidency his eager ness to got rid In some way of William J Bryan and William Jl Hearst socialistic and anarchistic whaleIassociations are threatening tho at the north with complete but we do not see how a southern candi date could relieve tho situation says the Chicago Chronicle It he should be of the same stripe as Bryan and Hearst he would have the same bad effect on the party that those two candidate would have and It he should be a decent old fasbioned Democrat I he could never got tho support of the northern Democrats most of whom long since swung loose from nil Ike traditions of the party The report of Judge Parkers speech doe not mention that it created any en thusiasm and as possessed no element of feasibility It hadno effect except to revealthedespernte silustldnbli paHy Is In at the north in consMxjuccco of the hold that Bryan and Hearst have upon It- Tho reason why there was no objec tion to confessing this situation ligiven by the Judge himself who said It won eo bad that neither n southern candidate nor anything else could make It any worse LATE POLITICAL OPINION K7D mocrats talking of Bryan and Hearst for 1908 ehT Oh well talk- Ing Is about all the fun tho Democrats have nowadays Indianapolis News IndCTThe tariff lessons of the day and of the hour are no plain that he who runs may easily read them Summed I up nnd put into condensed form they read about like this Lot tho tariff aloneLos Angeles Times I crUncIo Sam Is feeling pretty good over his financial condition A year ago there was a deficit In the national rev enue of over 28SOOKKJ but ft has 30100Inext month Large Increases In cus toms and Internal revenue receipts are responsible for this splendid showing Prosperity Is written all over Undo Sams face Manchester la Press I corjudgo Parker haa been visiting Mlsalsslpl to deliver an address on MISSlslPPl1waland ft is evident Judge Parker prefern that Democracy to tho kind he ran against In tho country generally St Loafs Olobfi Democrat rip New York gentleman of the name of Parker e prcssex a preference for Mayor McCI han as tho next Demo cratic nominee for the presidency Mr McClellan baa trongpviut jlt couldnt vpooslgjy raao t nun than thu gentlemp inamed Parker did Chicago Tritium STRIKE FROM THE SHOULDJtR Judge itftitoul K C epcaklnjf In ton don lately on Ilia ilutV of church towards the liquor trnnlc ixxM the flan hail conic when the church inuit Strlk from the SliouJdnr Tem Unco Leader Strike from the Shoulder brother The enrfiny In strong Strike from the Shoulder slater Detttroy what harms the young Strike from the Shoulder patriots Tilt darkness to light Tilt Satans powers defeated No more mankind to bright I Strike front the Shoulder sUtetMen Strike galixt thy country too The nucleating wine cup That leads to pain and woe Strike from the Shoulder pastorsI theedcufandilUrlnks The pure with guilt It brahdi i Strike from thb Shoulder Christt 8 The lost to life restore Itemembcr time La fleeting When man can work nit more Strike from the Shoulder alwatl Give no unrerUIn sound Touch not Taste Slot the evil So rampant all around Strlkefrom the Shoulder nit j lie faithful tamest true lie Valiant In the battle The brave UIII good are few National Advocate LOST IN SIGHT OF HOME now Farmer Giles Fell a Victim to Whisky Almost on Ills Own Threshold The snow was lying thickly on the ground nnd the evening shows were falling as Farmer Giles left his thane to spend an hour or two at the vII lao rIoon When be arrived there he found a erutii of kindred spirits gathered round the bar Amid jeK and long the drink flowed freely At closing time Farmer Giles could trot walk steadily lie etagj rod along In company with two nthnra until lift sot In sight of home when they took a turn to the rlghtand left him to pur= sue Mi way alone In bidding lila companions good by however be kohl turned round and DO Instead of go ine straleht on along tho hlgh reatl- he walked Into a held through an open gate and wandered round and arrow the Held unable to find hU way oat again Mm Giles waited till for her hupbaitA until half pait eleven and then she de sided that he must have been too drank to walk so had stayndat the saloon A man passing along the road ta the early morning was startled by hearing the try Lout bo U H topped and listened but It was dark If and the on was not repeated It inset have been my fancy How could any one be lost dose to the high roadf The man his way wbUlBff and knocking his hands to keep hips- self warm for It was freezing keMly coldIFarmer Giles djd set return home and his wife tent to the saloon to Inquire about him The companions with whom he left were next visited and then a search wan Instituted which resulted in his footsteps being traced through snow Into a field There they mndd xig ssg ptuht In every direction crossing aaA itcrowlnB until It became hopeless to attempt to follow skein The search party accordingly di tIded and went In different direction across the field which was a large one and lay parallel with tho road Soon a loud shout UJW that some discovery had been made and the rest of the party rushed to the spot Ther swat bed agalnbUthebedgoAexacUy opgjptt Ihls own door aFarmerOUM itltf and ct+ ld frozen to death At the InqUest the man who bad heard the cry In the early morning told of his hearing the last despair lag cry So Farmer Qllef perished a victim to drinklost In sight ot home Take care how you tamper with the drink National Advocate AXTI LIQUOR SENTIMENTS- When a liquorcolter finds a man after his own heart he goes at once ff er his cash National Advocate Anyone who would degrade his broth er Is a flt companion for thole whom Im would degrade Blrdlof a feather should be made to flock together United Presbyterian 1mi I The Pullman Palace Car company htt promulgated 0 rule forbl the if9 of liquor to passengers iiotoecur lu seats in buffet cars Sunday card play Ing has never been permitted In Pullman cars An Albany saloon man said When over the saloon men get together antI talk Over tho future prospects of Hqvor selling them are aUnaul CO per cent them that say they expect the peoPl- will shut up thedrlnklngplaces In time Recent statistics show that out rIovary hundred alcoholics attacked b pneumonia 70 die while of every hun dred nonalcohollca attacked by th same disease only 23 die l Moderate Drinking t t So far as the Individual concrtid the tight for temperance Is won or wit on the moderate drinking propodlrlh t- anlN Is utthaf point that won cli to ringfileours Ipfclt tflKbcarP fnejfltt1 Af terjnf Tecier t1 I1n r u DRAINAGE FOR ORCHARDS v It More han Pays for tbe Trouble suitExpe12 4 Tentlioony of Some Wild Have Tried It For an orchard where soil Is nat urnlly wet we Would recommend two Inch round tile for not over 40 rods distance then Increase llze two rodd apart and tf these are carried Into a main itta main tile should be three four or flvelhch qr larger depend Ongion the number of twoInch Ole that lead Into the main tile Put tho tlle2j felt to three feel underground nil with fall We would not omit tlllnK feurlnc that roots would flllVtUe Drainage In wet land will undoilbtntlly greatly Improve growth oftrce aid bearing qdalltles theTtureltllcSlrainlnjf Tm 6rehardln California at one time that was an entire sue TILINQ A I1KCR OK OIUHAItU LAND CCM Previous to ilartnlng tho land was entirely too wet oven to permit trees to live but after tile draining with fourInch tile that spot compris log about three acres produced some of the handsomest trees In tbo orchard No word has been received from the orchard the last few years but six years attar planting none of the tile had been filled with tree roots and were doing the work as well as- ever In our opinion tbe work of tile draining la of unquestionable value where land Is wet U Is undoubtedly a fact that thousands of trees are killed each year from nn excess of moisture ANn York orcbsrdlst writes that he has bad some experience In using tile In orchards consisting of apples peaches sad plums also vineyards as well as In fields growing tbo regular farm cropsHI hUt laid miles of tile on our farm nail 1 cannot re tall an Inntatico where IIUet not re 4Mfo enough benefit In at least the tceond crop if not the first to pay If w91 for tho outlay both of time and mnooy Wo use twoInch round tllo for nearly all the lateral drains and from tour to dlbt lneh tile for the malnsV tehc very rari fdl to make tl 6t Joints at the Intersection of the lateral and main tile using cement for the purpose In owe of nukksand n found Jn digging tho ditch too tho are laid on slvlnch boards and tit point covered with tarred paper putting In silt barrels every 80 or 30 rods No trouble tans been experlencnl inhonr ease with the roots or fruit tttfn or grapevines obstructing the tile but In case the tile are laid any where near an Mm It Is absolutely nemaary to protect them by carefully cementing tbe Joint Tho trees make a most vigorous growth and produce fruit of the largest sire and of very dnfra1Jhf color and quality since latent fertility Is unlocked by the re the surplus water and the ad mission of air and heat V Fnm Acconnta Difficult tarreredomatter of keeping farm accounts 1Vhenaccounti arekepf theyeCGMJ prise chiefly the tatylng or selling of trope buying or nelling of stock pay meat of hired help and the like The above Js the extent of my own bookkeeping except on January 1 of each year i take an Invoice says C D fiwltli la the Pafraos Review It is a difficult matter 10 kelp an ncooavt af escJ ckpMpnrite r yipt great bend M can tbe daRvecf from it However it 1s not gcffcraily dono I do not not know that Tcould make any aug lItIoU8n to the Improvement In ttts siwiter FARM MATTERS Ute Are worse than any poultry disease rcnnUo and light for protection to IttlIe public highways farmers are again becoming sheeprues need a coa- tI fjiaUit7 Just cq like us not Clean cap the rusty tools and have tttem ifl condition for later oe- flurtalo grass fives stock a good Atari wbw It Is In abundance Masy a success In life has been traced to a right beginning Xiany a failure was caused br a wrong start Can Be lAWS GrOUnd Carrot turalps mad slasUy can be loijly Jc ti the ground our wllltAr and harvested the following BjwinR in perfect condition This applies to all regions in tho latitude of centtiil JIM pots and probably further north Plant Food for Orchards Cioaeed meal and other organic must be used cautiously In the orchard Fertllliera from min traP sources are usually betterOrJ- udiHERO r erI TESTING SEEDS Sonic Suggestions for Determining the Powe rf Germination Be fore Planting lor the ordinary planter the well knpwn dinner plate tester made wltli two soup or runner plates and one or more moist straps of sterilized cotton goods preferably cotton flannel will be found to answer all purposes When however It lit desirable to make several germination tests ut one time or when many varieties are to be test ed Instead of duplicating the plato terminators already described the writer found this following terminator suggested by Or Volnoy Spauldlnc formerly of the University of Michigan to be superior A deep granite bread pan six by eight Inches wide was ob tained In which was kept about one ftllnlnelor o alvnnjbedthe width of the pan were Inserted through these tucks and gathered to gather thus forming the cotton Into numroul folds of loops whic were suspended In the pan above water by moans of the supporting wires The ends of the strips being left sufficiently long to touch the water In the pan the entire piece of cloth composing the loops lit which the seeds were placed Is kept uniformly moist The cloth should be moistened before beginning the expert men tA definite number of seeds taken as they come from an average sample are counted out for each germination test For seeds In rather small lots as garden seeds CO to 100 will an ewer while for cereals grasses clovers nnd others used In extensive cultural operations about 200 should be used and the tests duplicated when any doubt exists about the results The tests should be examined from day to day and the sprouted ones removed end counted the number being record ed on u sheet of paper The length of time required for ger mination Is dependent upon several factors chief of which are moisture temperature vitality and varietal dif ferencott six to ten days being sun rent for most kinds When tests are made during the winter or early spring months at which time It la usually most convenient the germination should be conducted In a moderately warm room su that the temperature will not fall below 60 degrees at night and remain between 70 and SO do green during the day In the ease of alfalfa and curtain others of the clover family u small percentage of the seeds will remain apparently sound at the close of the germination test Allow ance Is usually made for those one third being counted as viable I a capable of growth FASTENING FOR COWS The iromeWadeSwhtglne Stanchion lies Given the Mot Sat isfaction We prefer the swing stanchion to anything we have seen to fasten the row This hlfoita considerable free I TUB SWINGING STANCHION I dom and keeps the cows reasonably dean There are many patterns ova time market or on ycan have tht9a mode If there IS tlmberon band A Jbut of aiinchlon we use is shown homemad0and coati abut 40 cent each sard the Uural New Yorker We prefer it tight at top and a little loose I At bottom Some cows make hard work getting up If bottom chain or rod ti rigid Strawberry Bed After Fruiting The strawberry bed should receive attention as soon as the harvest Is ended Where large beds of straw berries era grown the mower can be used In dipping OH the old vines and as weeds will hate grown up ojilto thickly in the rows and between tho rows where a mulch has not been used the second work Is to cultivate between the rows to destroy time weeds tf the rows are narrowed up considerably and tbe growth of vines Is lur urinnt tho problem of keeping downy tIle weeds will bo more cosily solved IMIKY POINTS If weexpecta 8Ood flow of milk the year around wei must 1 provide teed that will keep the milk coming Pral vie hay ear comcotton seed or corn stalks are hardly the right tort of rations to keep the dairy cow at DrkITbo vegetable cellar Is not a good place in which to keep milkcGood arm butter Is still In dcmasd the Chicago markettThe beet cow to not a profltalJS butterunker N SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Jeans gad the Sabbath Interns tlonal Sunday School Lason for April 8 LESSON TEXTMatt 11114 M niory verse 7 I- OOLDEN TEXTRemtmbr the sab bath day to keep It hoyEx 201 TIKE Early summer of A Da In the middle of the second year of Jesus min PACESome Held and synagogue In Galilee quite likely Capernaum SCRIPTURAL nEFEnENCEBCom pare account of Mark 3d32t and Luke 016 On verse 7 M e JlOIt a 66 and com pare site Clf 1 Sam 143 Pea MS18 IM lll17j Amos ltlSt also Matt 913 Christs miracle working on the Sabbath dayMark lnJ4 Luke ll10 14 111 I John 6210 914 Trace the Babbath through the Bible In the following leading passages Gen 22 2 Ex lnSO 20111 111117 151 Lay 1910 211 2424 U Neh 121622 Paa 11124 La MJ7 M12 14 Jr 1121271 Elk 2012 12 Amo 16 Luke 411 2235 169hComment and Suggestive Thought VI At that time R V season Probably some Sabbath In the month j Nlsan Cambridge Dible Jesu- went on the Sabbath day through the wereha eithergor less likely barley His disciples doubtIleaaIng sevlce In the synagogue Awl began to pluck the ears ut corn Luk adds rubbing them In their hands to separate the kernels from the chaff The everwatchful Pharisees criticised as soon as the disciples began to da thisV 2 Behold Thy disciples Christ was not plucking and eating the grain but tbe faultfinding Pharisees see a chance to make a point against Him through Ills disciples implying that He permitted their act and waS there fore responsible for It V3 lave ye not read This ques tion a favorite formula of the rabbis Is used ironically Luke puts U Have ye not read even this Per haps the very passage eferred to had been read In the synagogue only a few minutes before What David did one of the greatest of the Hebrews See 1 Sam 2117 V4 How he entered the house of God The Tabernacle It was at this time In Nob a town Of Benjamin near Jerusalem Bwcte And did eat tim ahewbread David took the conse I crated bread as it were from before the very face of God Beecher It was on the Sabbath too as it was on the day the bread was changed Com pare 1 Sam 210 with Lev 248 V6 Or havo ye not read In the laws In such passages as Num 289 10 The priests in tho temple profane the SabbathHD kindling fires for the burnt offerings and b the sac rifices and utensils through the temple The Sabbath was the priests busiest darAbbott V 0 But I say unto ouOfA solemn animation with a certain tone In the voice Expositors Greek Testament In this place Is one greater than the temple It V margin a greater thlnga reading nupported by all the best manuscripts and tate editors OOOkV If ye had known what this Eneaneth If they bad understood nut merely the letter of Scripture but in I spirit I will have mercy and not sacrifice Quoting hoe 66 the thought of which Is repeated In slant other passages Yo would not have condemned the Greek verb algal I flea formal and official condemnation V S The important saying of this verse Is preceded In Mark 227 by the connecting link The Sabbath wa made for man and not man for the cenlttalaynac regular churcagolng Luke iV 10 And behold A note 6Iclamation to draw attention to facL Spufgeotl A man which had his hand withered Luke the physi clan notes that It was his right hand And they asked him saying Is It lawful to heal on the Sabbath days The Mosaic law did not forbid worm of healing bqt the rabbinical tradi Lion and Interpretations did V 11 They made uo reply for what reply could they make There fore lIe drove tbe truth nome by an Il lustration V 12 noW much then la a man better than a sheep That Is the question which Christian civilization has not even yet adequatelyanswered Prof Bruce V 13 Then as they still held their peace Jesus swept about Him a look of sorrow and indignation Mark anJ commanded the cripple Stretch forth thine handJTboarm was not with ered nt he stretched It forth The healing end the outstretching may be conceived as contemporaneous Expositors Greek TestamentV the Pharisees went out and hetda council against film No miracle can persuade a hostile heart GelkleThe Sabbath Question The Sabbath made for man When Christ said that lie did sot abolish the Sabb + ta but confirmed It rite Sabbath in Gods gift to man But did Ht not abrogate the Satur day Sabbath To bo sure the apostle after tho resurrection came to observe the Anniversary of that great event laylntheolence to the Fourth Commandment which merely rcqvlfca one to rest one 1 in seven TKe seventh is the Sabbath and we are nat told wber9 tho COWl should begin I PIPE OF MANY PEOPLES English Ladies and Indian Lovers Pined to Play the Flag clot The flageolet Is of peculiar Interest to Americans says the American In vent r as from time Immemorial it has been the medium through which the Indian youths courted their sweet beam at a distance when they were to unfortunate as to be unable to gain i personal audience The love or courting flute of the Apache Is made of a round stick of cedar about 24 Inches long split lengthwise and hollowed to form an air chamber A hole Is made on each tide of this diaphragm and a shallow air passage cut from one hole to tho otherAbove it a cap of wood is placed for the purpose of covering the upper hole and the air channel The lip is made Of a thin sheet of lead and the whole boundj together with n slender thong n tube part or body of the Instru meat are placed six finger holes a tosuence of contact with the white manThe flageolet as ordinarily under itood may be described as a whistle headed flute In the seventeenth cen tury English ladles often played on It Sometimes two or three flageolet tubes were constructed with one bead for the purpose of introducing notes In harmony Theso were called double or triple flageolets and a patent was taken out for this Instrument by axis Bainbridge An old English diary of 1C67 con tame this quaint reference to the doublo flageolet To Dumblebys the plpemnker there to advise about the making of a flageolet to go low end soft and he do show hie a way which havingtwotogether BO as I can play on one nnd then echo It upon the other which Ii mighty pretty BroughamsDrougbams byChinesewives and children says the Peking and Tientsin Times They not only run on the broad macadamized roads but up the narrow side streets to their houses Of course to meet a cart Is heavilYlAdenIt can go back to Bomo cross road and allow the brougham to pass In this instance there Is no left or right of tho road but the whole road The police are conspicuous by their ab sence In such places rNew Yorks Finest Fat policemen and policemen decorated with whiskers are becoming scarce on tho Now York police force The active and intelligent officer whose belt extends over tho building line is In constant fear of retirement amt Is making heroic efforts to reduce or keep down weight as Commissioner Bingham scouts the idea that a police man In order to be efficient must weigh somewhere near a quarter of a ton Tho men are required to keep themselves looking smart too and a beard two days old is Almost sure to come In for censure Well Answered There Is on echo up near Niagara Falls remarked the Observer of Events and Things and when a per son shouts Wilt Niagara over dry upt the answer comes back Dry upsYonkers Statesman Then He Welt No I have no business said the cheerful Idiot I Just dropped In to kill a little time Well thank you said tho bisy man but really I havent a Dlt I want killed todny Cleveland Leader No Attraction manIan worth 100000001 Weary Waddles Yes but he had ta work for Itl Detroit Flee Press MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Mdrebt1 CATTtEFalr to good 3435 1 01 60CALVliSExtraHOOB Choice packers 8 65 casepackers 6 W Iltp l1rl 610 55S7S lJLOW EATNo 2 red yt 464OATSNoKVKNo 1 llARLErNo 1 caring HAYCholco timothy 13 PORICClear miss IAm Prlme team I CSt1G HUTTRnCholc dairy APPlESCholce per bbl iPOTATOESPer bush 76 TOHACCONiw iOi 00 Old 4 It 71 CHICAGO uoWNo X red 73 19 43SOATSNollVENo I choice 60 PORKMcii prime U v ait ts JellIrlme steam 8 36 NEW TOnK- KI01111 Winter patent 3 9041 4 2S HKATNo t red M 643T1NoKYBWeftrrn mixed 7S lOlelCtes prime IC 00 1100 IAHI Prime team 1 eo g a 96 BALTIMORE VllBATNo J red OHNNo 2 mixed 113IATTLJ Sl era 4 00 IIOOKUood to choice 700 7 2S UOU1QVJLL- EWUBATNp 2 red K 3 white 3 43 OAfa No 3 mixed It O MM KK Mess prime 12 60 MtOPrlmt steam 711- INntANtirOLis tliFIPrimte is I s 76 IG Good to choice IIiti11 ltPt Dyt grade u 4 5 W Berea CollegeFOUNDED I860 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN RBACHIOPlAllL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Studants rem 2t tatislargest- Cellge Library in Kentucky NO SALiOHS APPLIIPSCIENCETwo yearn Course wJlfcagrloultureiYorjouDg men e young ladles TRADE SCHOOLS Carpentry Printing Housework Nutting it o years NORMAL COURSES For teichoni leading to County Certificate Sthle CertlQcato idiSlfite Diplomat ACADEMY COURSES Four years fitting for College for businw and for life COLLEGE COURSESLiterary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaureate degree- sMUSICChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian tdtichtiJn Our instructioh is a free gift Studohte pay a amnltYncidenla feeto meet exponsetTof the school apatt from InetructioH1 and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks may be brought within 2050 Winter term of 1 1 Weeks 2700 I Springterm- of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opened September 19 Winter term opened January 3and Spring term will open March 21 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians e lionalists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations cFerinfoimatlon find friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Beraa Madison County Ky GeGe J eGeoee1558 A RICHMOND GREENHOUSES KyZVOUTFLOWERStrDESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS o 1 I OO+O+O+O+O+o to+olobo+O +O+o+OO+O+oo+oo+oo THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON i- Ia hero and every koueewife wants one e pieces of new FURNITURE CARPET or 0181018I Take a Look Through It will surprise you how well and how reatoaably we can tsupply your wants IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD or New Florence Drop Top EslI Beariajr lBHt25 SSO andworth 501O anti W5 i OETJTOHER EVdIISaJopllni Old Stand Rldnaond Xf Pay fboa 73 Nl bt PkMM ITM ta+o+o+o+o+o+o+oo+o+o nooo+o++eeo+o+o+ I Carriage Satisfaction Here BtiiggtdfjiPhaetons iniii ut Trpis D rab1ei GraaoefulV Ui 1Ooiafortabl Strli4 Our VhlolM ere every use MJPLAwtlf4i1il Ja x bat ilaektorrcarriatutuNOWi Wit rellnt repair and retire Get our prices i KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS c Y HIGGINS Prep Rklid Xy- i a w n jwMadison County RollrMillS 1i1dI444iMtBufccturera Fai y Roller Pto- fOn Meal Ship Stuffs lItCihi Eto Our GOLD DUST Roller Ffcw wW bard ta beat WiB OP MADISON la ulbler EzcIkMP sw f 11Ie Potts Duerson VMia IGa14ea tyIi 1 AI1sG 500 400 300 250 and 225 I frlY en300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths 1 The reputation of W L Douglas shoo for style comfort and wear I known everywhere throughout the world They have to give better satisfaction than other hues beanie the standard has always been placed so high that the wear en expect Wore for their money than they can get elsewhere i 3 We carry a full line and can insure a perfect j fit ft Inspection Inv- itedCOYLE j HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY IIIII Ill 11 IIIII J 11I1 II J II1I11I11 J 1III1II1II11IIII J I I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES J Lr Mrs Ljzzio Bilker of Lexington Ky the Misses Maud and Pearl Ohaney of Richmond Ky and Mrs Irvine Baker of Hickory Plains were the guests of Mrs P J Pawley this weekMr B E Cartmell is now among those who are rejoicing in having an Automatic telephone in his home Tho city phone fs also accessible t Mr and Mrs Cartmell since thei nextdoor neighbors have that Mr and Mrs Willie Hayes have ettirned fo their home near Wildie after a weeks visit with their mother Mrs P J Pawley Miss Ellen Hays and Mr May Mitchellwere married last Thursday by Key W Parsons Mni W J Smith and little daugh ter of Corbin are visiting Mrs J W Fowler this week 0 Miss Allie Fowler was in Cincin t inatilast week purchasing new things in the millinery line She opens this week in iCJ Hanson Cos storoIMr Frank Coyle of the firm of Coylo Hayes is much better of h is attack of tonsilitis but is not yet attending f to business A pitiful accident happened at tho home of Mr R L Richardson last Monday The garments of his little 3yeur old daughter caught fire from j the stove aufribe was so seriously WednesdayIt L i been visiting Rev Ilpd Mrs Thomson for a few days returned to Oberlin on Thursday morning being called thither on business The Conversation Club willmeet f with Mr and Mrs Frank Coyle on Friday night of this week Subject William W Folk A full attendance j is hoped for x Mr Dizney has so far recovered from his attack of pneumonia that ho is out again 1 Tho census just taken gives 1075 inhabitants in Berea With those living just outside of tho limits we should have nearly if riot quite 1DOO Mr Harley H Racer will speakat the Congregational Church on Sun day morning at 11 oclock t Mrs Spencer will go this week to cousiniunpronngITho Citizen is in receipt of n cir qeuler letter signed by Evangeline I Armyinunique production tho first number of The Brighter Day a paper printed and issued by tho Prisoners 9 Aid Department of the Salvation y Army for circulation among those t who are in prison It is a clean little sheet containing good tnhlce in small quantities witht i many words of cheer to those who are condemned to prison walls Such work as that of the Salvation Army and of Mrs Balliugton Booth for the I prisoneru of this country is of the highest moment and should be en couraged and helped by all Marriedat tho home of the brides mother on March 28 Miss Tommie B Lake to Mr Oscar Lee Osborn The matrimonial rites were solemn ized by Rev George Shepherd pas tor of the Baptist church of Rich youngr and the groom is a prosperous young business man of West Virginia After the ceremony the young couple were driven to Richmond where they took the train for a few days sojourn in the East The Normal School bill has now become a law and the Governor will Soon appoint a commission to decide upon the location of tho two schools There is little doubt that one will be propOsition Central College can hardly be dupli cated by any other place It will bo remembered that tho bill carries with it an appropriation of 5000 for fitting up a building and 25000 for yearly expenses ofeach school literary Content Utile Dulce vs it Epd nPL The annual contest between the two girls societies of tho College was held on Friday night March 80 fir this contest an orationan essay byeachmarks on each side determinedwhich society won The Mutest was hold in tho upper chapel and Professor Robinson presided The following was the program Music Ariel Quartette Oration The Lost Chord Miss Liviugood for Utile Dulce Oration The Hope of Our Nation Miss Mitchell for Pi Epsilon Pi Essay Gather up the Fragments Miss Ruth Putnam for Pi Epsilon Pi Essay The Tidings of the Seasons Miss Chrisman for Utile Dulce StoryMissRecitation Mary Queen of Scots Miss Fenn for Pi Epsilon Pi Music Ariel Quartette The decision was in favor pf Pi Epsilon Pi 88 to 82 omitting fract ions Pi Epsilon Pi won in both ora tions and essays but Utile Dulco scored in recitation It was a very successfulcontest The Clue of the Lyceum Coune Professor Lyjiarger reached Berea by team from Fort Estillsomething after 0 oclock Wednesday night after quite a chapter of accidents Mr Racer entertained the audience while they waited The lecture on How to bo Happy was quite interesting and full of good points We think that wo would be glad to hear Professor Lybarger un more favorable circumstances The lyceum course this year has patiencebutall is due to heroic work on his part 1 1 I I I I I t t r I I I I I I r H I lfH College Items i HERE AND THERE II H 1 I I r I I I r I I I I I 1 I I 1 1 I I r I10 Secretary Gamble him gone to Cincinnati to make arrangements for ti excursion which is scheduled for April 27- RevI Dr Hubhartl has sent a col- of the New Testament bound wi hymns and also a button badge each member of the Tirst Regiment- j There is to lx a Y W social Ft day afternoon of this week If tho weather is pleasant it will be on imptossiblitJ Miss Corwins father a prominent minister of tho Dutch Reformed Church has been asked to supply a pulpit in Amsterdam for some wed this summer and Miss Corwin wi accompany him flClllorICollege Y M C A at Ashovlllo NC was hero one day this week A land slip in connection with ono of the smaller reservoirs has cut that bytheno difference with the supply of water but makes necessary a relaying of the broken pipe in a new direc tion On Saturday and Sunday nights next Mrs Louise Seymour Houghton will be in Berea and will give illus trated lectures in the College Chapel on Syria and Palestine A rare chance for securing valuable inform parttheof Dr Cowley expects to leave for England Jl1ne14and will return about the middle of October This will give him three full months work in London Miss Clark who will accompany Dr and Mrs Cowleywill return in time for the opening of the fall term of the College Dr Ely gave a very iuteretia and effective sermon at the veryInterCfitinggreat cities and summer assembly workat Winona Lake at Sunday night chapel He also spoke at united chapel Monday morningt Professor Dodges rhetorical class B willgive a free public exhibition- in the chapel on Tuesday night next tho 10th inst This takes tho place of the oldtime close of torm exer cises The variety of orations essays readings instrumental and vocal mu sic etc will make a solid and enter damning program Prof D wishes i announced that the exercises will be gin exactly as the bell stops tolling It is hoped that all will bovjn their seats before that timeIThe College has made arraugo 1Forestacres from the College forest domain for experiments in forestry The work to bo done is partly in the line of nursery work and partly in forest replenishment The government is endeavoring to increase the supply of hickory timber which has become seriously depleted The compiled re port of the work done and the con partlyinington This action by tho govern ment should mean much to the country at largo and to Kentucky in particularAuturuobllertus Line An automobilo omnibus from- Richmond was In Boron Wednesday- with I a party consisting of Mr and Mrs Ben Banks Mr and Mrs C H Power and Messrs George B Halo and Allen Zaring The macbinel weighs 5000 pounds and carry insixteen passengers and baggage It is one of the automobiles used on the line between Richmond and utonvestigate the feasibility ofextending the line to this point The roads are in such a condition just at present however as to preclude any such scheme though it is possible that later connection may be established between the two Such a line 0wouldmany who pass over tho pike and the traffic would increase rapidly ifconvenient schedule could bo I ranged = The prospects are that two public operationbetween 0tbeville who now conducts an automo bile line between Maysville and Flemingsburg states that he will start the lino between Lexington and Richmond tomorrow and the Nich olasville line in a low days T B at Deuhurst of Lexington declares he willalso start a regular automobile system between these cities soon Lexington dispatch to Courier Journal I N r A Yltlt to Richmond The edtior was in Richmond Tuesday and while there he called on the llrms that advertise in the Citizen He found Messrs Qoldon Flora busy as bees with a larK stock of orders on hand but still with room for more The now pnou matic tool plant which they have recently Installed in their shops men- lo dor them able to handle all orders with the least possible delay as this plant can ho utilized to do tho work thirtyIare courteousto marimost fastidious Mr Moborly was found in his goodsinwhore ho is doing an increasing bus buses every month Those who are in need of anything in his line will sacIIing taste Messrs Crutcher Evans were carryniegrades from common to the finest largolinoto supply these in all grades as well as mattings rugs etc to all comers They also carry a fine line of lace curtains Look for their new silver tiscment next week At the Kentucky Carriage Works Mr Higgins was busy showing his line fine of vehicles to the customers that the liras spring days have reo minded that they must have some thing new this sateen Mr Higgins is always courteous and obliging and will be glad to convince tho public uptodateTime did not pennit a visit to the Richmond Greenhouses but we art assured that Mr Reichspfarr is still doing business with his many old customers and an increasing number of now ones at his old stand The editor will make a visit to Mr Reich spfarr on his next trip and will tell then what he finds athfine juicy steak and the proper fix ins Joes place is crowded with good things to eat and ho has a din play of candles and Easter novelties just atprescnt that should bo tires be appreciated SplrnHa Kxiilbltlun nt the tutored School The subscription term of the Be roe colored school closed on Friday night with a remarkably fine exhibi tion prepared by the teachers Prof Joshua B Cranhaw and Miss Paths TurnerIn of the rain the school entthusiastic audience Mr Goodloe Chairman of tho Trustees offered opening prayer There was good music vocal and instrumental and tho was splendidly com poaedwith duo proportion of the serious and amusing so that the young and old received both pleas uro and profit The young people wont through their parts without a single break sad reflected great credit upon both their parents and teachers The attendance nt the colored school during the summer wall fall was much smaller than it should have been During the winter when thorn was a subscription price to pay the attendance was much larger and more regular and showed that there is a very line sot of young colored people and boys and girls in Boron We shall expect them to win further reputation In both study and indus riesThe school was enabled to have tho extra term and employ tho supe rior teachers by reason of sonorous aid secured by Mrs Frost to tho amount of several hundred dollars is only fair that the colored famlIwho had established Ihem olvelfI Berea for the sake of Us tiered advantages and who have beenI phut out of these advantages by tho unwarranted action of the State Legislature should receive all the havlagassistaacein own Mrs Frost hopes to be able to do something for this schoolanother t year and will be grateful for contributions especially from those citiz in Berea who claim1 to hove byhethe CollegetI S R BAKER j Dentist Orer Printing Offlcts BEREA KY I Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without pin 8oBnoforma For Ladies Furnishing Goods call the Now Cash Store they havo a full line of uptodate Goods TO cum A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVR DROMO Quinine Tablet Dru 4aau refund lrtfelts tocuttWORO slgnalure le on nch box ssC N I+ tI T 1 attttattttttl 300 Square Feet two coats to the gallon thats what THE SHERWINWILUAMS Pmwill cover And on a good surface it will cover more than that No paint will do better and very few paints will do as well Maximum covering capacity easiest spreading qualities longest wear and greatest economy are what we claim for S W P Its the one safe paint to use Always gives satisfaction- If you want to save money in paintinglet us show you the way We sell paints of good paintings Le v The Porter Drug Co Ixcoarouvcn- oO+O +O +O 0+0+o+o+o +o+0100100+o+o+o+0+0010 +0+ 00+ oo t IAt the UptoDateGrocery YOU CAN BUT tsngtlr at 05 Meal at 25 tIAtcnt Flour05Special Coffee15and up t+ You can always find a fine lot of fruit and the lt of everything that spot cash will buy Prompt delivery t Bind + keep hay and mill feed f W D LOGSDON Prop t+o +o+oo+oo+oofO oo+o+oo+o+o+o+o+o+oo+oo+oi o+ 7 777777 rt Furniture is a NecessityY- ouK must have it to make your home or room look and feel comfortable for the winter There is no better i time to buy than now and we have the things you need Kitchen Dining room and Parlor Furniture Bed i DcsksCarpetsWindowShades LOUIS O LESTERto the Mill Chestnut Ave ScNext EEEEEEEEEEEeeE Phone 93 eooeoeoeoaoe oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoaoeooeoeoeo e e- w o i a 1 1 i Our Motto io Gl u H 1ft Not low prices is our inducement g 2 I I Any body can sell cheap goods but everybody o scannot sell good goods cheap We offer a i superior line of seasonable goods at our urii I formly low prices Call at o wI 0 The New Cash Store i 2 0 iRIIO US GREEN i CO so PROPRIETORS Io oioootIaowo o ao o OIIoaoa ot rw i M r r NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST J Intoilijrence Collected and Given to Oar Readers in a Con dense Form DOMESTlci FOREIGN ITEMS A Summary of Prominent Events That Have Taken Place During the Past Few Days The Movements of Government Officialst The Coat Miners Strike The coal operators and miners can forencps In tho central compctlUi district ndjjilmicd no did wIthout coming to an agreement on tho waco acalo Tbd national convention of tho Un1- ed Mine Workers of America adjourn ell4nb dlo attar authorizing thon tlonni and district offlcers to sign- gpwpgcagroomont a with auy coal operator who would agree to pay tho Bcnlo of J903 or Its equivalent fur a perIod of two years This is an advance ot SRf tar cent wt general strkabrdor waa Issucl1 by did national executive board qf tho United Mine Workers as aresult of the nll day mooting of that body In Indianapolis KlRht thousand minors In the employ of tbo Koyslono Coal and Coko Cu and tho Jamison Coal and Coke C near Groensburg Pa have decided to coitiinuo work regardless of tho ac tlon of tbo Indianapolis convention la tho oveat of a general strike of tht bltumlnlTII mfnora Iri Ponnaylv alit iho loss to thn workers would bo 00000 dally- Intimates placo tho number of minor who will probably bo on strll In Ohio at between 25000 to 3000 there being aboot 40000 minors In Ohio t nrtccn thoueand inlnqrs employed In awl mines in tho Belleville III dl trie struck at midnight At tho urn hour bOb miners employed In the Ed wanHvlllo III district also stoppc work j The Kopubllo Stool Co East SL LouU suspended with tho announcement that tho suspension la due to tho Impending coal strike Tho plant employed 1500 men Thi Keystono Coal and Coke Co oporgilpt IB mlnojiMn WeiUnorelah County Par granted tho minors an ad ranee of C per cent Acrom received thor will u uoRoneraIIbp pMftejblTun i tnoUL In anticipation ot a miners strlki tbCl tvtaiblyntpQllot coal daDa Molnea1uuSHijia haibcen absorb by rullr ada and factories to the cs trfnt that not a pound of cohttnorcU coal rah be hal at any price Congressional Items Bcuatqr Panic Introduced an amend btlmakingto employes ronulllng from negligence pr mlsminaajement or Insufficient ran toad equipment on the part of tht railroad Senator Carmack offered an amendment to the railroad rate bill makln the Initial railroad liable for damage to height transferred to a connecting line It hats been favorably passed or by Uio senate committee- RCllrcaentAtive Sparkman ot Florl da toIntroduced hip resolution for ai cxhltilUoo at Tanipa Fla from Janu pry to MAy 1908J to dalehrate tho be Inning ot the construction ot thi PanamatTbo boso on the 31st passed the leglilatlre oxocutlvvand Judicial p pro rlatlo bill carrying 30do6000 After coaslderlng the measure two weeks Tho house committee on publlo build Ings nndgroundft agreed to report a publlo hulling bill carrying appro prlatlons aggregating 20000000 Miscellaneous Items Tho p llco of Minneapolis arc en 4tagrd Ina liuntfor thloy03 who rob a safodepollit vault of Kccurltlci vtilue at 3QOPOOthcl1 opened n bro forage In Uio heart or tho city- andj iihclr plunder Tho Salvation army In London has peen unablo to secure sufllclent nc commo lafjon for tho emigrants do tJlriug to ao to Canada Already 2601 havo been sent to tho Dominion and passages for 2000 more aro booked Tno British museum Las declined to Uurchaio tho Nelson memorandum out lining the plan of tho battle of Traf algae which recently was sold at auc ton tor 19t1e0 t Jacob H Schlff Ui NOW York b4nk11 er was ed with the Ord tho Rising Sunialiatnaiflfenco with the emperor of Japan O Martin Hrlll head of tho Drill car works with Interests all over tho coun try died In Philadelphia Intl10 nnpreinocourtOf tho District of Columbia Justice Stafford granted a temporary Injunction against tho union prlatcra of Washington who are on strike for an eighthour day ro straining them from Interfering In any way with tho non nnlon employes The loilco have discovered a plot of liberals to assassinate President PaK ma of Cuba With practically compjeto returns front C2 out or 75 counties In Arkansas I Jefferson Davis has a majority of 207f overeaator James 1T Bgrty- for the Democratic Bomlnutloa for Unilnd States ttesatoT- t L flii lule K Wright newly appals ed ambnssndor to Japan will sail rom Seattle for his now post April 29 It will be accompanied by Mrs Wrlgh and is duo at Yokohama on May 15 Tummy Oins carried out his proi Iso to put out within 20 roundsbo Jim OBrien of Plttsburg and JIm Walker of Battle Creek Mich Each was disposed of in short order District Attorney Jerome has allked Justice Dowllng to appoint a spoclal grand Jury to Investigate tho Insuran business lu New York city On a charge that hla connection wIIh tho contribution of 48702 front tho funds of tho New York Lifo limuruncc Co to tho republican natlo al committee In tho campaign of 190f conntltuted grand larceny in tho fint degree George W Perkins a member of the firm of JP Morgan Ci and until recently first vlco preside of that Insurance company was awns ed on a warrant Issued nttho Instlg tlon ot District Attorney Jerome New York Delegates from the blue and gray elate organizations from a score of stales mot at Atlanta Go Tho obJect- or tho gathering Is to form a nation organization which will perpetual without distinction between north nnlJ south tho memory of those who fought on clthor side In that memorablo con filetI am In no sense a candidate WIh these words Wm R Hearst mot an inquiry concerning presidential tit her and Issues for tho campaign of 108 Drlg Gen Eric Swayne who was second In command In the Somllalat campaign against tho Mad Mullah has been appointed to succeed Sir Dlckha SweetUecott as governor of DriLls HondurasDavid Durbans coachman for Cor nellus N Sues tho banker and troa urea ot tho republican national com mlttcc shot and kilted tbo grooc Thomas llcgcrty and then fatally 8bot hlmselC Tho Mississippi bouso commlttcb de tslded to report unfavorably a mcasui for an appropriation for quarautlr purposes In the state It U now certain that John D Rockefeller is in very poor health at bls homo at Lakcvfood N J His cond tlon Is grave Mexico will offer Lower Callfornl for saleltTtho United States Parson Davlea has posted a iOOO forfeit for a 10round return match at New Orleans between McGover and Nnlson the week after Nclsd fights Horrora at Los Angeles Tile Kansas Natural Gas Cos bl gas well below CanQY which was struck by lightning February 23 wal ucccsitully extinguished Two trainmen wero killed one fatally lajTurcd and five other persons i rlounly Injured In a wreck onth Chesapeake k Ohio railroad near QUiD cyTCy Duslnces failures In tho Unite StaloefaraUntwc kontlng March 20 iiljmficrlOOr agalihitJ70 tlte provlou week 227 In tho Ilko week of 1905 and 21S 1n1001- As eastbound Nickel Plate passes gar train No 2 was approaching the town of South Whltlny Ind tho smoV r r day coach andflvo sleeping car left the track and turned over In the illtch Injuring 23 persons ono fatally To save the lIfo of their 15yearoli son James McGowan vlctlhr or an ei iloslon of gasollno at a silk mill Itt Paterson N J tho boys father and mother had akin taken from theli backs and grafted on tho legs of tat Injured boy Tho disaster at the Courrlcrci coal- mInes had a startling sequel when U nlncra worotalwn out alive after bar- Ing endured unspeakable horrors dur lag 20 days of entombment The red for many days on putrid horse lesh Mrs Roosevelt accompanied by hci iblldrcn Ethel Archie and Quentin gaped from Fornandlna Fla for Wcs IndIan waters on a cruise of ton days The Missouri supreme court an UAiriccd Its decision that tho St Lout jounly court acted without authority then It appointed a receiver for the U500000 PcoplQa United States bank ot St Louis of which E O Lewis It resident Tho ChrlMlan Herald sent nnothoi heck for 25000 to tho stato department through the Red Cross for trans ulttal tp Japan for tho relief of fain Ino sufferers making a total of 125 00 Isaac Winder tho negro murderer ros hanged at Baltimore The eon cmncd man struggled and fought des cratcly and was beaten into Biibmls Ion by ofljclals and placed over the trap and his body finally launched Into elornltyIeel hard for 33 years to pay Rnd after tho last bill of 250 had eon handed over to his creditor hang od himself to tho rafter ot tho shanty In which ho lived Mayor Griffith of Covington Ind bils sent letters of inquiry to police uthorlllos In several southern cities ylng to locate Henry Hunt scion of- an Indiana family who line been left n fortuno through the recent death o- Chll parents at Covington The United States general apprals Jrs aupoimccd a decision sustaining n rotcst against the action ot tho collector of customs at Chicago In as isslng duty upon a baptismal font Im orted for the use of tho Church ot tile Holy Name at Stcubenvlllo O The naval authorities wero officially Hincd by Secr Bonaparte that the resignation of Midshipman Mori ether of Louisiana has been nc pted Fully 10000 people witnessed tho l ti1fcitnIRKotr0111 Young In tV l ama coointv 30 miles north of Aus liB Tex O-I Fran Keenan two son of Contractor Jacob Kconun while playing alolll tile bonks of Stony Creek river near Johnstown Pu tell Into the stream His brother James five Jumped Inlo the river to save him and both bo JPIAloa story brick building at Reed Clty Mich The annual dinner or tho IllgrlmH In Now York was the most notable of the many Important functions the so clety has given Earl Orey governs general of Canada was the guest of honor Tho date of holding the motional en cainpmcnt of tho United States Wllr Veterans In WashluRton was flxei to begin October 8 and last throughout the wcel ExJudge W II Dickers of Lcxln I ton Ky nt ono time a prominent mom her of UQ Kentucky bar commute tuleide attho Gorilla hotel Clnclnnnl by taking morphine- A correspondent at St Petersburg says thorn plot has been discovert to blow up the national parllamci with bombs Suit for over 5000000 against tho Memphis El Paso Pacific Railroad Co a Texas corporation was begun In the United States court New Yctk by Charles D Drown of Now city Tho Castcllano hearing is to talte place In April When Judge Ditto ordered It for March 31 the countess ap proved but next day against tho wishes of her counsel she rcquesti tho Judge to pot pone the hearing un til tho end of April Coal operators and mIne worker who returned from the Indianapolis convention gave assurance that thore will bo no strlko In tho Plttsburg dls riot thllearJ- ames H Drcslln one of the most widely known hotel men In this country died In his apartments in tho 110 tot Wnlcott Now York from Bright diseaseIn letter to tho president O J Market of Orrvllle O threatens to sue the government for 500000 for damages to hla mental capacities claimed to have been received whll n government clerk by constant nut ring and tantalizing by his fellow clerksWilliam Schroedor77 and a forme Instructor at Notre Dame academy declared to the Chicago police that ho had by false pretenses been Induced to deliver property In Missouri Ind nna Michigan and Colorado valued In tho aggregate at 25000 to Jas Low and Aurellus Turpin In exchange for worthless securities Tho two man wore arrested John A Merritt postmaster of Wash Ington will bo appointed by tho presl dent to bo collector for the port 0 buffalo N T Benjamin F Darnel Bsslstaht secretary to the president will stuccoed Mr Mcrrltt The Old Dominion Browing and Ice Co of Newport News Va executed a general doed of assignment The tangible assets are 500000 and llablll ties abut 250000 Father Capon In a letter to tho pro curator says ho Is only living In SI Petersburg by tolerance nod demand to be put on trial In order to detent his honor and legalize his status or It guilty to bo condemned The celebration of the 25th annlver iry of the founding ot the Tuskcgct normal and Industrial Institute was held at Tuskcgeo Ala lit Rev Cros well Doane bishop of Albany N Y preached tho anniversary sermon Tho government of the united States caused tho fsauanco of 12 sub wcnacs for as many men who an imminent In the packing Industries they ore In apppur at tho trlalof the- packlgg corporations In Chicago Sep ember l0i i Ono man to deMit two others uffcrlng from bullet wounds that arc ixpcctcd ta provo fatal a third semi ruA y ct with alcnlfea fourth burned nd a fifth seriously Injured by a bul etls the result of an orgy of miners In tho woods half a mllo cast ot Twi- liGht Pa- Under orders from Washington 118 irlsoners who have been confined I1- tFt Jay Governors Island for some months past were sent to the rehablll todmlltao prison at Ft Leaven worth Ran Tho Inaugurals ceremonies In con icctton with tho induction of henry c Ida into tho office ot governor gen ernl of the Philippines took place at Manila A mysterious attempt was matte At last Port ChesterNY to murder ReY Jbhn KOPP pastor of tho Gorman lUthoran church there while on his aytojhoichurchwhorohlswlfown3 laying tho organ It Is thought he can not Hvo- Promises that Senator Dopeww9ul4 return to his place in the senate have not been fulfilled for tho reason that hopes of his family for a complete res ration of his health have been Ills appoInted Fire broke out In Dlllonvalo 0 and tweed a loss estimated at 5n0 Tho buildings destroyed wore frame wrfilllngs John nSelt abel merican consII- Iagent at Brcmcrhaven Germany will Jcbrato April 1 the 50th anniversary of his entrance into tho American con Bular service Joseph P Tinny note teller at the atlonnl Dank of North AmcrlcaNcw Yorlt was arrested and arraigned In- pollco court on a charge of stealing 14000 MuJ Samuol T Hamilton U S A- 11Ied at a private sanitarium in liar sburtr Pa MaJ Hamilton was one nf the officers of tho troops which wont to the relief of ten Custor after tho Little Dill lions massacre jo ISiS rDOWIE REPUDIATED A 9IApostle Declared Insane Mrs Dow Their Son Gladstone Castand roTheir Lot With the New Leader of Zion Chicago At n meeting of 5 000 adherents of the Christian Cat ollc church at Zion City of whIch John Alexander Dowfe Is the rounder and first apostle Dowles authorIty was repudiated and Wilbur Glenn Vo liVn who for some time has been cot ducting the affairs ot the church was erected In his stead Mrs Dowio also repudiated her husband and their son Gladstone Dowie cast his lot with his mother and tho new leader Vollva Mpst of the officials of the church Wire present at the meeting and manor them denounced Dowio as bnvlng dScelvcd the people and wasted Iltelr money In extravagance The meeting however refused to hold that he had knowingly erred and John G Spelc or the former overseer and onto sQCoo ond In command who was recently de posed peremptorily declared Dowlo to bb Insane Mrs DowIe in her addrcs also upheld that declnratloq The cast- higoff of tho authority of John Alex Ruder DowIe followed the receipt can SOO word telegram from tho first oalle who is in Mexico in which bo peremptorily ordered tho discharge or Deacon Alexander Galnger flnnncl manager of Zion who has been most aggressive in an effort to placo tbo affairs of tho church on a secure font dhtlon It is also announced that a totter would follow In which other ofi crall are named for deposition NVtlbur Glenn Vollva the now lead or of the church was born in Indian ln1870 and has been In themlnlstr ot the church stnce1889 He was or Mined an overseer In 1901 and 800U afterwards was sent to Australia COALI The Operators of Pennsylvania Will Pay Miners Advance Asked Plttsburjr Pa Dispatches from theJOtt coalfields Indicate almost n general announcement from tho open payIthstale of 1903 With notices posted at the majority of the mines nnnouhcln the granting of the scale the strike In tho soft coal field has lost the threatening aspect that has surrounded it since last January The miners of tho Fairmont W Va- S al section have not entered Into the pVcseni controversy Of the 4000 mined InWest Virginia but COOO nr I with the United Mlno Wort crs aboutI5Qgr In tho pan andf section and ave ceased work I TO DOWN CASTRO M Arrangements About Perfected For a- I Revolution In Venezuela New York Ono of the larg est merchants In New York sal that arrangements are being perfectci hero and In Paris and London for a revolution in Venezuela which will an ilbllato Castro and open that cauntrj- to American capital and enterprise A number of rich New York merchants fro said to be Interested in the move neat which tho prompter declares will nvolvo th6 employment ot 15000 sol Hers and the expenditure of 6000 00 President Castro If the plans tic tot go astray Is to bo either expoun- drdestroyodand a Venezuelan states nan Is to bo installed as his succes ecr AMENDMENT TO RATE BILL k rovldes For Judicial Review of Oi dens of Interstate Commission IWl1shlnJtonFidS of tho house conference iHh President Roosevelt at the white laude agreed upon an amendment pro Wing specifically for Jtfdlclalrevle ot orders of the interstate commerce bmmlaslon This amendnucntwlll K resented by Senator Long a pro punced opponent of any amendment hlch would permit tho railroads to obtaIn a review ot a character amount n to a retrial of tho merits ot the I bmmleslona order I Missouri Leases a Coal Mine Jefferson City MaGov Folk urou h Warden Hall of the state pnltcritlary leased a mine near averly from which coalwlllbo min dduring tho strike In sufficient quan titles to supply the 15 state instltu foes Allen Arrivals In New York Albany N YDaring tho lost tlueQ months of 1905 hero were 1G5540 allen arrivals at the port of- Now York according to the quarterly ullotln of tho state department cf l i for Just made i Victory For France Algcclras Spain Tho commit t o ot tho conference on Moroccan r 41orma reached an agreement on all This agreement was sanction ca at the plenary session of tho con f rcnce It Is regarded as a victory for France I Municipal League Conference Philadelphia Tho annual con f rence of the National Municipal I which will be held at Atlantic City 1 pIl21 to 27 Is expected obe- one of the moat Interesting operholy- yb that organization rl STATE NEWS IT MSjJ KENTUCKY GENERAL ASSEMBLY The Silt Imposing a License Tax an Rectified Liquors Was Passed Frankfort March 27The KentucU general assembly late Monday afternoon adopted a bill Imposing a license tax of one and onefourth cents per gallon on all rectified compounded or blended liquor manufactured In the state or shipped Into It for the put pose of branding Kentucky Tho bill was adopted In extra session and after a bitter struggle between advocates of a graded license and of gal Ion unit tax Much was said durin tho session about lobby Influence an InvestlgaUonItto sIJ was anyone It Is estimated that If held to be constitutional the act will bring the state about 150000 annually In revenue Last year there was shIpped out of Kentucky ten million live hunt dred thousand proof gallons of thl liquor which is about twelve millIons wino gallons upon which the tax Is laid Under the provisions of the act the rectifiers and blenders are to 10 port every six months beginning Juno 30 next and failure to report and pal tho tax means a closing up of tho house refusing and flue of from 551 to 100 per day To ship such spirit Into the state of Kentucky for tho put po o of branding Is denounced by th act as a misdemeanor punishable by fine of from 500 to 1000 for eacl such shipment Peter Leo Atherton of Louisville who represented the rec lifters declared that tho Imposition of tho tax adopted will drive all of tat larger rectifiers out of the state Into Indiana and Ohio WILL NOT FAIL Shortage Causes Run On a Bank Deficit Partly Made Up Owensboro Ky March aTherewas a small run on the Standley De posit bank eight miles from Owens boro caused by the announcement of a 17000 shortage of Cashier Estll W I Nell The greater portion of the amount has been made up Nell who wax cashier for two years sudden resigned on Monday The bank offl omits came to Owensboro redlicountei 10000 worth of notes and ire read to pay any of the depositors Tht bank has a capital stock of 15000 The deposits amount to 411000 and loans to 63000 Nell has lot for hit home at Morgantown Ky IGROCERS ARE FINED Newport Dealers Accused of Selling Adulterated Goods Convicted l Newport March 31Sogeral Newport groeerswhQ were arrested MagistrateII selling was a technical one as the goods dId not show adulteration but were 1m properly labeled and it was for thIs reason that the minimum fine was Im posed The goods Included in the adulterated list were catsup baking powder cherries and other canned goods IATowns C6stly Suit Green Ky March 31 Judge John D Orlder won the first suit ever brought against tho town of trownsvllle in Edmonson county An gin Arbuckle who foil through aboard wall dislocating a hp and making her a cripple for life obtatn- ed a verdict of 700 which If paid wnt moan a cost of about 1toevcry man woman and child la Brownsville Cal Edward R Weir Expires Owensboro Ky March 31Col Edward Kumsey Well 67 of Greenville Ky died here Ho was lieutenant colonel under Col Starling Jn the union army la the civil war Ito is survived by a widow and four chll amen one of whom Is with tho United States army in the Philippines I Held on Manslaughter Charge Glasgow Ky March 30 Clarence Cuckols who killed his father Hen erson Nuckols two weeks ago on thud Camp creek in Monroe county was given an examining trial before County Judge Miller at Tompklnsvlllo and wan held on the charge of man laughter Conductor Sues For Damages Harrodsburg Ky March 31Chna A Roy a freight conductor has sued tor 15000 the Southern railroad no lalms he was Injured to that amount In a wreck on the road at Lawrence burgorA HomeComIng Days Cynthlann Ky March 30ThqCyn lilana Commercial club has decided to have a Homecoming for Harrison ounty people to take place during tho Homecoming week at Louisville in tune Raid on Moonshiners Richmond Ky Mnrch 30 General Deputy Collector W T Short has reunited from a 10 days moonshine raid through Perry Pike Knott and Letch er counties Eight stills were located and destroyed with a largo amount ofI beer and whiskyMade ConfcaclonsI Somerset Ky March 30ln the cir cult court hero Pat Lovo confessed obbery hoary Barger confessed ousjebrpaUlng and Stephen Gill horse stealing Each got two years In the enltentiary ON FORBIDDEN GROUND Eyes Were Torn Out By the Shot Fired At Young Strader Lexington Ky March 28 While hunting wild ducks at the reservoir of tho Lexington Hydraulic Co on the Richmond pike James Strader young est son of the late R S Strader the noted trotting horse man was shot and perhaps fatally wounded by some unknown person The shooting was done With a rifle at a distance of aboutt400 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 Strader accompanied by a negro boy was engaged In shoot ing ducks when he was told by Den Stewart to stop shooting and leavo the place As Stewart was not a watchman Strader apparently paid no attention to hlnl and Stewart it Is alleged stepped Into the now pump house After the shooting Stewart secured the services of William Proctor tho watchman Taking a boat they rowed across the lako 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 statedIthat he knew nothing about ter Both of Straders eyes were ta ken out by the surgeons in the hope of saving his life Lexington Ky Marcia 30 James Strader who was shot on Tuesday while duck hunting and whose injur lea necessitated the removal of both hIs eyes is being kept In ignorance of the fact that he Is blind Thursday removedwith as it Js feared that It would be a fatal shock to tell him of his misfortune In his present condition SPINAL MENINGITIS Three Boys Dead and Two Are Dying Near Alexandria Newport Ky March 30Death In one of its most agonizing forms has laId Its heavy hand on the family of Charles Hogle a farmer living about Lye mites south of Alexandria His 4yearold son was stricken with cer ibrospinal meningitis and died after uttering for two hours The same day his 12yearold boywas stricken with the disease and succumbed before night Next evening the ten year old son was stricken and died a few hours afterwards While Drs Houston and Zlnn were treating this toy the two thor children aged six and throe re pectlvely were stricken with the dread malady and their death seems only a matter of momenta The at- tendIng physicians can not account for tho presence of the terrible affliction as the family was considered one of the healthiest in the section The disease carried off the six year ohd son ot John Nelser also of Alexandria about three weeks ago TWO WHOLE COUNTIES They Must Vote on the Question of Abolishing One Lone Saloon Willlamstown Ky March 23Tha Jllage of Jonesvllle is tho topic of onvereatlon among local option and tntl local option people It lies in both Grant and Owen counties and Is only wet place In either county 1the the citizens there have vat separately on the liquor question Jid as a majority of them wore in fa or of the sale of whisky Jonesvlllo maintained a saloon while those Ihns parts of tho two counties have out of business Under tho Ehr law both Grant and Owen coun lea will hav to vote 09 the question eparatoly and will have to each hold 11 special election for the counties en Ure and vote dry as a whole to put onesvllles saloon out of bnslness The Hesslg Distillery Sold Paducah Ky March 2t1Tho Hes slg distillery recently sold in bankruptcy has been purchased by H Well Son ono of the largest wholesale liquor firms in Western Kentucky The capacity of the plant will bo dou bled and two largo warehouses will bo erected A Robbers Victim Hudsonvlllo Ky March 29John A Coke was found dead In his yard 110ro Wodnesday with a bullet In his bead As his pockets wcro tithed it ia believed ho was robbed and killed by n highwayman Mrs Julian McGrew Acquitted Freochburg Ky March 31MrsJ- iiila TilcGrow or this city was acquit ted by the Jury hero of causing the death of one woman and the Illness of others by placing arsenic in their jffee Suit Against Bowling Green Bowling Green Ky March 31For- mer JudgeGeorge R form of the lib- IIco court sued the city for 575 nl- Ilegod to ho due as back salary He lalms the city each year during his term of office failed to pay him 101- or his salary Bowling Green A Western Rosh Bowling Green Ky March UItIs stated on presumably good author- Ilty that construction work wtH beth the Bowling Green Western rail between this oily nad Morgan within a few days Himn Eastern Kentucky News Xt eortMfoUeM ptbtUktd ul M IM In Ml 07 the writer The same is lot for p MJo aoB lat M u endears of pod faith Writ jUlily tIII I III1 I I I II I111 I I I1I1I Jill t 11111111 11111 rr 111111 MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON April IMiss Sarah Lawson reo turned from Berea last Saturday Bon GoIns left lost Thursday for Mansfield Ill where he expects to work this summerOs Gabbard stayed last Tuesday night with R H Super at Manse Dan Hudson of Berea stayed with Os Gabbard last Wednesday nightJames and LInk y Lakes left last week for Hamilton 0 where they expect to engage in t factory workG B Gabbard was i tho guest of Dan Gabbard last Sunday at Cartcraville Lucian Code is out again after a short illness 4 Sallie Code is quite sick at this writ ngIke Pointer has rented the G 1 ih Gabbard property on Dog walk Henry Lawson writes from Mans J field 111 that he expects to come back shortly to Kentucky to live Binam PiUs has had a bad boilon his face which is about well and now he gas a bad one coming on his arm J Mr John Wylie Sr lost a fine 1mare last weekDill Williams of Berea was in Wallaceton Friday 1 t Every body takes the CITIZEN and seeps posted ma HILL April 2We are havingsome very pretty weather Mr and Mrs Ktah McKeehan visited Mr McKee pans brother Mr and Mrs Tom Mc Keehan and family Sunday Miss Minnie Azbell visited her uncle Dr and Mrs Settle Monday night John McKeehan and Miss Hattie Roberts of Mote visited Mr and Mrs Tom McKeehan and family FridaynightMiss Ellen Carrier spent last Sunday week with Miss Flora GreenMat Green spent Thursday night with Mr Nathan usteelUrel Pittmon and sister of tote visited Miss Sarah Bingham last Friday night a week and attend ed the box supper at the school houseOur box supper went off nicely Every body seemed to enjoy themselves The boxes sold well bringing in 2160M D Settle has moved his store from Kingston jo this place and is expecting to get a good tradeMrs Joe Reece visit ed Mrs Philip Hayes Sunday Charlie Evans of Hickory Plains a spent last Saturday night week with J Bud McKeehanMiss Ellen Car rier visited Miss Minerva McKeehan 1SuudayEva Baker is visiting her Mrs Julia C Green 1 this weekRev R L Ambrose will give a lecture on City and Country j People next Saturday night at the Bchoplhouse Joe Alexander recent s ly sold a twoyearold colt to Jim Benge for 15750Mr Slusher of Pineville Ky has purchased the old i John Roberson farm on Red Licks for 4500JACKSON COUNTY It UOUULK LICK April 2 Wo have had some disa greeable weather but it is pleasant uowThe rain has settled the mud i aud the roads are drying upRev- C I Powell of Chugy Deadening SundayfMiss of Mrs Ella Rose MondayBro Cash Lunsford and James Rose and the 9 iron brothers filled Bro Van Win r ties appointment Sunday evening I eople are all getting ready to sow tsBen Drew and Johnnie Holt tended church at Bethel Sunday Henry Callahans wife is ill with measles at this writing Widow Patsy Martin is still on the sick list John Henry Abrams house burned up Sunday morning Nothing was saved to amount td anything 1tKEILIIY KNP1I t t March 30Bad weather still con iinUes there have been only a few f a clear days during the month of March The bad weather has caused a I great deal of colds and la grippe in this communityMrs Nan Jones i has just recovered from a spoil1 of la grippe Mrs Nancy Williams has been very sick for some time with la grippeMr James Clicks family who h e all been sick withmumps are improving Mr Wm Jones has I the mumps Miss Annie and Cinda Reese have gone to Illinois to visit 1 friends and relativeS where they will remain awhlleMr George Kerby ohn Williams and Hiram have gone i Illinois to work this year Chas dirt is selling goods at Wm Joness Mr Thomas Williams had a nice horse die last week which he had purchasedonly a few days before I Little Flossie Click fainted the other day from the effects of having a tooth pulled Miss Nina Jones who has Ib n sick a long time has been great improving lately r April 2Spring has at last made 1t its appearance and farmers are very tzi busy preparing for crops The bad weatbec during the month of March a caused many cases of colds and 1 i iI b r 1i PN ti cr la grippe in this communityMrs- Nan Jones has just recovered from a spellof la grippe Mrs Nancy Wil liams has been very sick for some time with the same disease but is now improvingJames Clicks fami ly who have had mumps are all im proving except Walter who is still verysickMiss Mina Jones who has been sick for a long time has been improving lately but now has mumps We hope she will soon re cover Miss Annie and Cinda Reece who left a few weeks ago to visit relatives in Illinois have not yet returned Mrs Nora Jones spent Saturday with the family of her father inlaw William JonesMisses Eda Rosa and Eliza Powell visited their sister in Red Lick Sunday EVKIUlllKKN April 3A new Sunday school was organized ut Martin Valley last Sunday The officers were Ed Lake Green Lake J R Calnhan J W Jones Jennie Martin and Ollio Cal lahan Prayer meeting is still going on at Pine GroveArchie and Susan F Bundy are going to move to Clay county next Saturday Grant Abrams was at Miss Eugenia Grays on businessRev William Powell preached at Pine Grove Sunday Also Bro Cash Lunsford and Bro J D Dickerson W M Sparks who has been very low with measles is improving General Martin and Emory Amyx got lost Saturday night at 7 oclock and found themselves on Sunday morning at Ad Roses Born to the wife of John Lake a big girl baby Louise Griffin and G W Hellaru have been surveying land this weekWill Beck is sowing oatsCush Griffin and M J Rose have gone into the tie business John Miller at Martin Flat lost a fine mare with the limber leg Thomas E Bundy Jones of Walker Branch is trading in cattle andcorn this spring AtCOHX April 2Rain snow sleet high waters and muddy roads have been of common occurrence for the past two or three weeks The mail from this place to Panola failed to get through three times last week on ac countlof highwaterThe stave tie men have been busy the past week floating their timber to market There are now cases of men DIes in this neighborhood Willie Parsons who came recently from Hamilton 0 in bad health brought the disease with him without knowing that he had it and several persons took it from him He died March 30 andwas buried on the 31st at the Baker Perry grave yard L W Harrison who has been attending the Hospital College of Medicine at Louisville has come home toyipend a few days U S Coyle was Louisville last week buying goods The paupers of this county were let to the lowest bidder last week at the I low sum of 09J cents each per week for the term of twelve monthsJB Rose visited A H Williams Sunday Rev J W Parsons filled his regu lar appointments last Saturday and Sunday at Davis and Drip Rock churches and returned home Mo- ndayDYSPEPSIA Almost every other man andw- oman your meet af flitted with this terrible disease ia some stage until it acquires full strength and I ddenlYr l violentT I you ffer quest headaches and dizziness and dimmed eyes Do you lack ambition and energy Do toss and tumble at sight unable to sleep I These are all symptoms and forerun sen of this disease Act at once Commence the use of Dr CaldwelTsLaaatlaf Syrup Pepsinwh- ich will Instantly check the progress of the all traces of It from ultlmatelyeradlcaleI it the greatest preparation ever offered dyspepsiaIt I restoring every affected part to natural life and vigor DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes at all druggists Your money will be refunded U it does not benefit you Your aortal card nqucit wfflbnnjbT return man our new booklet DR CALUWBLLS BOOK OP WONDERS sad tree ampl la Uaie who bare serer tried this wondctM armada Do It D01- OPEPSIN SYRUP 00 Mentleelle Illinois For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY r c 1 j c oIf e I GARRARD COUNTY CAUTKUSVILLT April 2Wo have plenty of mud to contend with yet we hope for sun shine soonFarming has been at a standstill for three or four weeks with land too wet to cultivate Mrs J G Clark was in Paint Lick last Monday on business The Misses Eva and Gertrude Merryman of Point Level visited their aunt Mrs Charley Baker of near Wallncoton WednesdayMrsH FridayTollieRogers farm for the present year and will soon commence housekeeping J G Clark sold a bunch of fine hogs Friday at 575 per hundredJ 13 Carter and wife have been visiting relatives from Lancaster for the past week and returned FridayGeorge- Allen and family visited J B Carter Saturday night and SundayR C Boain and family visited Joe Wylie and family Sunday W F Young of Oklahoma passed through this place last Fri ay up old landmarks dated as far back as 1700 He says he is going to stop the destruction of timber ever on the Cop per Creek sideMrs George Mar tin who has been visiting her daugh ter near Danville has returned to make her home with her daughter Mrs Dick Aldridge of Cartersville the remainder of the year School teachers are plentiful this year There are about four applying for every district in this precinct ROCKCASTLE COUNTY UISrUTANTA April 2Born to Mr and Mrs J E Hammond a fine hoyMr and Mrs W B Harris who went to Hamilton 0 a few weeks ago re turned with the dead body of their oneyearold boy for burial W A Roulett has returned from Hamilton 0 where he has been at work He says the snow is knee deep there A T Abuoy bought a horse from John Abrams of Climax George Payne is very sick with measles George Crawford of this place has moved to Big HillMumps is in this neighborhoodMr and Mrs J E McGuire of Scaffold Cane spent Sundaywith Mr and Mrs 0 M- PayneP L Stephens and Rettio McCollom of Rockford were at this place Thursday on business ItOOKFOllU April 3Little Everett Todd who has been very sick is better Misses Annie and Mattie McGulro Nora Linville and Thomas Linville visitedrelations at this place Sunday Alfred Alexander and H E Bullen went to Richmond Monday on busi nessMiss Bessie Linville visited Maq Todd Sunday nightMr and Mrs J E McGuire visited friends- on Clear Creek SundayW H Stephens went to Richmond Monday OOOCHLANI April 4April fools day passed and the roads still badRev Mr Jones filled his regular appointment at Sycamore SundayMeasles and mumps are in Goochland ofpresent Willie H Jones is poorly at this writingwith the mumps He thinks they are bad company Miss Stella Phillips intends going to Jamestown N Y in the near future for the purpose of studying nursing Jos Garnett is very ill with gripClark Woods Company is preparing to set a saw mill on Crooked Creek near J F DooleysEll8On Johnson re turned from East Bernstadt Sunday Miss Kizzie Anglin of Goochland is preparing to go to her sisters at Claysville Pa about April 15 We regret to part with her but hope for her returnA wedding or two be tween Climax and Goochlandwould not be at all surprising We are Preparing to have Sunday school at We all hope for its pro gress Misses Etta and Alice Sparks of Evergreen were visiting friends in Goochland Sunday Hurrah for the Citizen OWSLEY COUNTY IIICETOWN March 31We are having rain in abundance now and several of our citizens who have ties to haul made good time in floating their ties and by this way avoided the bad roads A J Chandler sold a yoke of oxen to Dan Robinson for the purpose of logging Robinson and Price Moore both expect to log some this fall Letcher Gabbard whq has been at tending school at Buckhorn the win ter term and who spent vacation at home last week has returned to en ter again for the spring termMts latelyIa very ting and tal kingLogan Dull an old experienced engineer has moved to this place for the purpose of work ing at the mills hereTao recent rains have made a tide in the river toIwas a Sunday school organizedat Grassy Branch by James Combs of Berea who is working in the interest of Sunday schools There was a good crowd put in spitd of the mud and water thus showing that some Interest is felt in Sunday school The t s following officers wore elected GarrettauprintendentJohnMason mer Gabbard of the lower Sunday school secretary Miss Minnie dler treasurer The teachers are to be selected next Sunday Our Sun day school is to bo held in the morn jng so as not to conflict with the low er school in the evening James Combs also gave an excellent talk or lecture to the members of tho lower school tho same day They had a most successful Sunday school thorn last year and much good was accom plashed by its efforts Wo also hope a good one at this place this year and we earnestly solicit tho aid of all in carying on this goodwork There are so many of young children especially who need to know more of the Heavenly Father and it is for these especially that the Sunday school is organized for by the Sunday school the young children are led to know more of Him who giveth and takoth away There is nothing that helps a country more than a Sunday school and this we can have if all will como together and work in liar mony This is the one great muse in which wo must all come together and do all wo can to carry the banner of Jesus Christ to victory Come on friends and lets lift the banner of Christ up for the world to see and honor ILLINOIS NEWS TU8COIA UUUQLAH COUKTT April 2We are having most beautifulweather here now The roads have begun to dry The farm ers hero are stout two weeks behind Last year every farmer was through sowing oats by the first of April The late season has compelled them to look for more horses because a short season means a strenuous sen- sonlIlr and Mrs Chas Martin visited Mr and Mrs Robert Ledford over Sunday Mrs Fred Cutler died on Monday afternoon March 20 yearsThereisto announce it next week Miss Nel lie and Donna Martin were visitors at Mrs D C Martins over Sunday Lee McGuire began work for W E Martin Monday Died March 23 Wm S Stovall aged 78 years ho came from Hardin County Ky with his parents when four years oldand was among the early Bottlers Misa Nannie Van Winklo returned home lost Sunday after a weeks visit with her cousin Miss Nellie Martin Old Uncle Sam Williams who has been sick all winter is no butlerJ W Martin was a visitor at Willis Pea cocks Sunday night Charles Mar tin was in Tuscola on Saturday LhTTKIt KIIOJI AltCOLA A quite long letter comes from Arcola Ills this week which lack of room compels us to omit This let ter tells of a snow fall of 33 inches in that place stopping trains and rue ducing passengers to call upon the good offices of farmers for supplies The letter also illustrates tho hold Kentucky and especially the hill country has upon those who were born to it When the spring cornea the heart of the wanderer turns to the place where I was born with a longing that no fertility of soil or greater prosperity in material things can satisfy Indian Territory Arc you thinking of coming southwest If so you should by all means visit the Indian Territory Remember that we are just now on the eve of stateI hood and there is no richer spot on the face of the earth than this no country that offers as many inducements to both cap ital and labor If you desire to acquaint yourself with the new country write today for the In dian Territory Business Guide It tells ou about every town in the Indian Territory just whatI they have and what they need It tells all about the wonderfully cheap lands laws governing same and just how they can be secured 200 pages of solid in formation The book will be mailed to any address re ceipt of one doll rIWestern Publishing Co Poteau Indian Territory RENTRoomslocated and ventilated Enquire of 00 Rhodus TO BENT House to rout with garden Ono mile east of Bores J A BRATOHER 7 a i 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