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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rlI J II J n n n II J J II BEREA PUBLISHING COL E TUPPER Manager Mere f at tkt Pnttoffltent RtrtlJ AI nae and elait man matttr HHIHIHrHHHIHHIH i VOL VII Five Cents a Copy liEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 10 1000 One Dollar a Year NO 13 IDEAS Moreover yo shall toko no satin faction for the lift of a murderer which is guilty of death but he shall bo surely put to doalhNum born 8581- Ho has achieved success who has lived well laughed often and loved much who bas gained thu respect of intelligent men and the lovo of little children who has tilled his niche and accomplished his task who has loft tho world better thou he found it whether by an improved poppy a perfect poem or a rescued ROulwho never lacked appreciation o carthn beauty or failed to express it who has always looked for the ben- in t others and given them tho best he lied whoso life was an inspiration whose memory n benediction Mm A J Stanley IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho Louisville Times well says Hint the Czar is fortunate in having tho cause of his enemies represented in this country by Maxim Oorkoy This writer lies come to tho Untied States with an actress who passes a his wife tho Iwtii acknowledge tha- Oorkey has a wife three in Russia The writer is a socialist if not an anarchist and sent n toes sago of cheer and encouragement to Moyer and Hey wood who are yet 1o Ice proved innocent of a foul assassination Ho has beet refused admis slot to nay reputable hotel in New York and is said to bo on his way to Chicago lit may Ira deported as n bigamist or an anarchist Ho has mistaken his people or else ho is suffering front an aggravated case of swelled hood- President II Roosevelt delivered the address at thu laying of the corner stone of the Office Building of tho House of Kopmsontutivea last Satur day taking as his subject The Man with the Muck Rake Tho applica lion was to that make a point of publishing only tho scandals of life So far as this ap plies to nuspioipn and calumny or oven to the social defects of an effete plutocracy the point is well taken fiut when the condition of tho upper house of Congress has come to the condition which now nviots tb ro it is timo that some fearless but discri minating writer should hold a candle up to the Platts Dopows eta who disgrace thou toga Secretary Root projxKUss to visit the Pan American Congress at Rio Janeiro in Julnlld his purpose in this visit is being eagerly explained 1bythe puss of the country tho Mr has as ot said nothing It is generally understood however that the main purpose of tho visit is to secure the cooperation of Brazil in tho enforcement of tho Monroe Doe trine This policy of tho United States must come to tho test of arms at Koine time in tho future unless it is accepted more fully thou it now is by the South American states and Secretary Hoot in meditcd with the I farseoiug project of getting Brazil under it before that day comes FROM THE WIDE WORLD In the Russian elections tho Con titutional Democrats have succeeded in securing tho control of the Dotimn Petrunkovlch the man who for a Hcoro of years has constitution is the IIcCtJptcdcnndlj date for President of the Douma and it is said that the Emperor approves of both the majority and tho propos ed President It is also said that oven if the of Yitte has nclccltecloermnu1Itlllbroken down at thu Algcciras Con bronco It has long been in a shaky prllctlcnllwitlulrnol anyinterestRortion of Germany by Italy in tho Conference have worked Together to show that tho famous Droibund can trot bw counted on as an element ini European politics any longer By the failure of tho Alliance Germany ap pears very much alone The British Government has bcejj numbering the people and tho re port is that the Empire has more than 800000000 subjects Asia 7 000000 in America 43000000 in Africa over 0000000 in Australia and over 42000000 in Europe roligiou8thero000000 Mohammedans 08000000 Christians 12000000 Buddhists and 23000000 of various pagan or nonChristian sects It should be said that this last item represents a very wide generalization since it contains Parsecs Sikhs Jabs Jews and Confucians as wellas very primitive forms of superstition THE CITIZEN THE DIFFERENCES Anthracite Operators Assert They Have Been Decided by tho Strike Commission SHALL THERE BE ARBITRATION IThe Reply Was Hade In Response to President Mitchells Recent Propositionf The Operator Claim That the Miners Offer To Waive Formal Recognl tion of the Miners Union Is Not Material New York April ISA subcommit tee of presidents of tho anthracite coal carrying railroads and mine operators hold a meeting tn this city and drew up a letter to President John of tho United Mine Workers of Amo- ion In which the operators again de Glared that thero is nothing to arbl trate except the question whether Thistproposttloathowever refuse point blank to accept Mr Mitchells latest plan Thoassort that all the dlcffrenco between tho miners and their employers have been decided by the strike commission and that there Is no reason why another attempt should bo uiado to arbitrate them After describing tho previous steps of the two sides and commenting upon the plans suggested by tho miners the operators aver that tho minors have rejected all the proposl atone and that they have nothing further to offer regardI mission the operators declare No reason Is suggested why they should bo retried We have no fur thor suggestions to make than those contained In our former propositions and wo regret that you have declined both of them Wo have nothing fur her to offer Would Increase the Cost Tho operators assert that tho miners offer to waive formal recognition of tho miners union Is not material and Jeolsro that the uiitient piurfram would Increase tho cost of domestic lies of coal 120 per ton Philadelphia April ISTho situation in tho anthracite coal regions Is per plexjng While quiet has been unlver sal throughout the hard coal field it Is difficult to forecast what effect tho reply ot tho operators to the mInors latest proposition will have upon tho latter Tho miners almost to a man signified their intention of standing by President Mitchol but at the name time tho operators have been quietly preparing for the operation of their I mines That tho wino owners con template an extended strike Is evident from tho fact that three score of coal bbarges belonging to tho Philadelphia ft Reading Co which were used In tho hard coal trade between Philadelphia nod Eastern ports were ordered out of service Throughout tho lower hard coal fields the Philadelphia Reading Coal and Iron Co aro building barracks around their collieries It Is tho In tention of the company not to leave a colliery exposed in this region While this apparent activity Is In progress mine superintendents state no attempt will bo made to start wusherics In tho Schuylklll region for several days It Is thought this plan Is adopted for awaiting tho action of tho minors leaders after they have received tho reply of tho operators committee DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE Retains Couniel To Probe Into Coal Business In Interstate Commerce ISAttorneyIHughes of the New 1ChnrlesE Alexander Simpson jr bar have been re tained by the department of justice to take under consideration all tho facts BscerIand sale of coal in interstate com merce to advise what If any Jegal proceedings should bo begun and to conduct under the direction ot the attorney geAeral such suits or prosecu tons If any as may bo warranted by the evidence In hand and forthcom ingMr Hughes Is well known In con nection with the recent insurance in vestigation In New York Mr Simp son Is a leading lawyer of Philadel phia v Visibfa Supply of Cotton New Orleans April 18 Secretary Hesters statement of the worlds vis ible supply of cotton shows a total of 462G025 against 1635457 last woek Of this the total of American cotton Is 2902025 against 3002457 lost week Capt W A Powell Dead Atlanta Ga April lBAfter an Ill ness of only five days induced by the Infirmities of old ago Capt W A Powell treasurer of the Homo Mission Board of the Southern Presbyterian church died hero aged 81 years LIVE ELECTRIC WIRE KILLS TWO A MOTHER AND HER SON WERE THE VICTIMS Youths Incubator Invention Cotta tho Live of Both During An Experiment New York April 15A double tragedy In which mother and son were killed through an electrical apparatus used to operate a chicken incubator the invention of tho young man himself occurred Sunday at Croton Falls West Chester county The victims ol the accident were Daniel Jeungst Jr aged 30 years and his mother Mrs Anna Jeungat aged 50 years The lius band and father Daniel Jeungst made the discovery an hour afterward The Jeungut brothers own tho electric pleat which supplies tho lights for the etatlbn and streets of Croton Falls Tho younger Jeunget was In the chicken raising business and he tin vented an Incubator which was oper ated by electricity which he got from experimentrhoped to hatch GOO chickens at a time the younger Jeungat early Sunday attempted to shut off the electric current and in reaching for the switch caught hold of a live wire and 5000 volts of electricity shot through his body Tho mother who aompsnted him to the Incubator house and who held the lantern teallzed that her son was In peril and thoughtlessly grabbed tho wire to pull It sway She too was Instantly killed- AMERICAN IMMIGRATION A New High Water Mark Will BeSet For Arrival of AllenI Now York Aprll10A new high water mark In the tide of American Immigration will be set when the aliens who arrived In this port Sunday on nine European steamships and those due Monday on eight big ships which are expected to pass In Sandy Hook before nightfall have been permuted to land on United States soli On tho vessels which arrived Sunday wore 11857 Immigrants Tho steam ers due Monday are expected to add at least a like number to tho army of Europeans seeking now homes In this countryA of the Immigrant arrivals Sunday is the foot that 958 of the 2 000 fAreUptm brought in oa U i steamer Gnelsenau from Bremen are consigned to Baltimore to which port the steamer will sail Monday MAKES HIS SON THE VICTIM Kilts Little Child Instead of Man Visiting His Wife Quitman Go AprillGo E Lloyd otMorven returned home and found bps wife with a man named Davis of Quitman Lloyd attempted to shoot Davis but tho latter wrenched the gun from his hand Lloyd then secured a pistol and waited at tho back door for Davis When the doorknob was turned ho fired four shots rapidly through the door to find later that he had shot and killed his little son lie fired two shots later at Davis as ho ran out of the house but missed THREE PEOPLE FOUND DEAD The Bodies of a Man Woman and Child Found By Boys Dluoflcld W Va April HDoys found tho bodies of a woman man and child In the mountains south of Rich lands It la thought tho parties had been dead at least a month A bullet hole In the mans forehead and crush ed skulls of tho woman and child toll a story bf foul play Though hundreds have viewed tho remains and exam ined their belongings tho parties have not been Identified CRUISER PENNSYLVANIA Brings Sick Soldiers To Be Treated In Northern Hospitals New York April UTho fast cruiser Pennsylvania transferred tem porarily Into a hospital ship came Into port after a quick trip from Guanta llama and anchored off Tompklnsvllle The sick sailors and marines from the ships of tho Atlantic fleet now on tho target grounds In tho Caribbean wero detached and sent north on tho Penn- Sylvania to bo treated in hospitals hero Cant Get Enough Men Pittsburg Pa April 14 Pittsburg coal operators who have signed tho wago scalo are advertising for work nien This Is partly duo to the fact that when a shutdown seemed inevitable many of the foreigners decided to visit their old homes and have not yet returned John F Wallace Third Arbitrator New York April IGJohn F Wallace formerly chief engineer of tho Panama canal has boon selected as tho third arbitrator in tho dispute regarding Wages between tho Grand Trunk railway and Its engineers Three Boys Maimed For LIfe Chicago April HThree boys who produced some dynamite cartridges and proceeded to set them off in a vacant lot wero mutilated for life by the explosion of one of the cartridges I Their ages ranged from 11 to 14 years FRANKLINS BIRTH Two Hundredth Anniversary Cel ebration Was Formally Open ed in the Quaker City ARTS SCIENCES AND LITERATURE They Were All Represented by Dis tinguis med Audiences From All Parts of the World Andrew Carnegie Lord Rector of St Andrew University Conferred th Degree of Doctor of Laws Upon Miss Agnes Irwin Philadelphia April 18ln the pres ence of a large audience distinguished In the arts sciences literature and In many branches of education the four days celebration in this city of the two hundredth anniversary of the birth of Benjamin Franklin was for mally opened In Witherspoon hall by the reception of delegates from node ties and InsUtutlons of learning in all parts of the world Besides the recep tion of delegates formal addresses ot felicitation from societies and educa tional Institutions in Europe and America were read and Andrew Carnegie lord rector of the University oi St Andrews conferred the degree of doctor of laws upon Miss Agues Irwin dean of Itaiallffe college who Is n great grandaughter of Benjamin FranklinDegree Conferred Upon Franklin Mr Carnegie also presented the ad dross of St Andrews saying that St Andrews had conferred a degree upon Franklin In 1759 and that ho had been charged to say that in looking back over five centuries oI Its history St Andrews found no greater satisfaction in any action it has taken than in honoring Franklin at that time In conferring tho degree of doctor RadiclUrefourth time In Its academic was history of five hundred years that St Andrews had conferred the degree upon womanNEGOTIATIONSBROKEN aI FriDowle Rejects All Propositions a Peaceful Settlement negotlatlonllllookIng ZIon City and Its vast resources were broken Off John Alexander Dowlo through his attorneys E C wetter and P C Haley threw down tho gauntlet to General Overseer Vollva and his followers when a proposition advanced by tho Voli voltes to tho ef feet that the 21000000 estate be turn ed over to a board of control was rejected by Dowle Dowlo rejected the proposal on ground that not only would ho not acI qutosco In the appointment ot Vollva on the board but that ho no longer recognized the new leader as a mom ber of tho church Dr Dowlo wilt go to Zion City some time this week It Is declared by the Dowloltes that when tho First Apostle enters tho city which ho founded ho will do so as the head of the church Vollva they say will be excommunIcAtedI Pleasure Boat Containing Four People Was Upset In Rough Water Tampa FIn April 18Geo Garry cashier of the Tampa Electric Co was drowned ir Hlllsboro a mile off Bal last Point while out with a pleasure party of four Tho boat was oyer turned In rough water Garry to swim to shore to secure startedI after bo and his companion J honey rescued the two young ladles with them and placed them on tho up turned boat Being exhausted Garry went down some distance from his companions and his body has not yet boon recovered Garry recently came to Tampa from Boston Secretary Newberrys Twins Injured Washington April 18Bornes and Phelps twin sons of Assistant Secretary of Navy Newberry wore Injured whlla coasting on roller skates Archie Roosevelt was with them The New berry boys fell Phelps arm was broken and Bornes sustained bruises Michael Davitt Operated On Dublin April IS Michael DavItt who is suffering from blood poisoning was operated on by Sir William Thorn ley Stoker president of the Royal Academy of Medicine In Ireland and Is progressing satisfactorily Boller Explodes BritishBattleship Malta April IBThreo members of tho crew of the British battleship Prince of Wales were killed and four were Injured by a boiler explosion while the vessel was undergoing her speed trials Von Holstein Resignation Accepted Berlin April ISDy direction of Emperor William Foreign Secretary Tchirsky accepted tho resignation of Varon Von Holstein chief of the department of higher politics In the for oleo oftlcaI Hiniir A Family Newspaper Eight Pages f it tI It i or+ 9 Will tcme1banb Once a week or once a month lay aside a certain portion of your income Deposit this in some good bank ours if you likeButr dont neglect to SAVE This money will come handy to you some day indeed it wi- llOut J rectors J Burdette j J Moore jj W DJnsmorelJ W Herndon N J E Johnson A EJ TFJsh i Plbornellus W H Porter Capital 25000 flntevest on time depo- sitsBereaanhng f t 0 AT WELCHS Day in and day out you will find better prices and more dependable merchandise at our store than at any other place In Madison county Wo have the largest and most complete stock in this and adjoining counties bought for spot cash no time or discount consisting of Dry Goods Shoes Hats Clothing Hard waro Groceries Field Seeds and the cheapest Drug Store on eartha Druggist in so that one Doctor never gets to fill another Doctors prescriptions I Some of the Prices Obelisk Flour r 00L Gold Medal Flour 55 Meal 25 Dry Salt Meat OS and 09 Lenox Soap 03 or 2 for 05 OS orSfor10SoapIvory 05 or 0 for 25 Sugar brown 01 Sugar granulated VY 05 Studebaker Wagons and Oliver Plows and it looks like everybody trades at WELCH S opo Ko Ko Ka KokoKoKaKo rot o Kokoko Koko Ko troMoKo KovosoroK o 0o x o o 0ARC YOU COMING TO THE 0o r qoX Yocsq M iiWire Fence Plows Hose Hames Chains so 0 Osborne Machinery and all the good things that o I have for you M L I want your trade no matter who you are 0 ioY J oo oo 0o Iooo tpUnder the Red Robe By STANLEY JWEYHAN r COoPrrtll UN srecaaersw reus l CHAPTER VI CONTINUED This was so true that my surprise was as great as his The cardinal who rarely made a change of front bad sent me thither that he might not be forced to send soldiers and run the risk of nil that mght arise Gram such a move nut What of this Invasion then than which nothing could be less con sistent with hU plans I wondered It was possible of course that the traveling merchants before whom I i nd played at treason had reported the tarts and that on this the command ant at Auch had acted Out It seemeed unlikely He bad had his orders too And under tho cardinals rule there wax small pinto for Individual enter prise I ccirtl not understand It One thing was clear however I might now enter the village as I pleased I am going on to look Into this I said to AntoIne Come my man Hot shrugged his shoulders and stood itlll Not II he answered with an oath No soldiers for me I hayo lain out one night and I can lie out an otherI Indifferently for I no longer wanted him and we parted After thin 20 minutes riding brought me to the entrance of the village and here the change was great Indeed Not one of the ordinary dwellers In the place was to be seen either they had hut themselves up In their hovels or Ill e Antoine they had fled to tho woods Their doors were closed their windows shuttered But lounging about the street were a score of dragoons In boots and breastplates whose short barrelled muskets with pouches and bandoliers attached were piled near the inn door In an open space where there was a gap In the street a long row of horses linked bead to head stood bending their muzzles over bun dles of rough forage and on all sides the cheerful jingle of chains and bridles and the sound of coarse jokes and laughter filled the air As I rode up to the Inn door nn old sergeant with squinting eyes and his tongue In his cheeks eyed me Inquls itively and started to cross the street to challenge me Fortunate at that moment the two knaves whom I had Lrought from Pgrls with me and whom I had left at Auch to await my orders tamo up I made them a sign not to speak to me and thoy passed on but I suppose that they told the sergeant that I was not the man he wanted for I saw no more of him After picketing my horse behind the InnI could nod no better stable every place being fullI pushed my way through tho group at the door and en tered The old room with the low prlmy root and the reeking floor was halt full of strange figures and for a few minutes I stood unseen In the smoke and confusion Then the land lord came my way and as he passed me I caught his eye He uttered a low curse dropped the pitcher he was car rying and stood glaring at me like a man possessed The soldier whose wine he was car rvlng flung a crust In his taco with Now greasy fingers What are you staring aU The devllj the landlord muttered beginning to tremble Then let me look at him the man retorted and he turned on his stool lie started finding me standing over Mm At your service I said grimly A little time and It will be the other way my friend CHAPTER VII A MASTER STROKE 1 have a way with me which com commands respect and when the landlords first terror was over And he would aervo mo I managed 10 get my supper the first good meal I had had In two days pretty comfortably In spite ot the soldiers pres price The crowd too which filled the room soon began to melt The men strayed oft In groups to water their- Isorsesor wont to hunt up their quarters until only two or three were left Dusk had fallen outside the noise In the street grew less The firelight bean to slew and flicker on the walls and the wretched room to look as namely ns frwas In Its nature to look I was pondering for the twentieth time what step 1 should take nextunder these new circumstances and why the soldiers were here and whether I should let the night pass before I moved when the door which bad beea turning on Its hinges almost without cause for an hour opened again and A woman came In She paused a moment on the threshold looking round and I saw that she till it shawl on her head and a mill pitcher In her hand and that her Icet and ankles were bare There was k great rrnt In her coarse stuff petti coat and the hand which held the shawl together was brown and dirty More I did not see supposing her to be a neighbor ntolenMn now that the house was qulat to get some milk for tIer child or the like I took no further heed of her I turned to the fire agali and plunged Into my thoughts But to got to tho hearth where the COodvU VM fidgeting the woman ihad to pas fa front of me and as she passed 1 suppose she stole a look at mo from under the shawl For just when she came between me and the blaze she uttered a low cry and shrank aside so quickly that she almost stepped on the hearth The next moment she turned her back to mo and was stooping whispering In the house wifes ear A stranger might have thought that she had merely trodden on a hot ember But another Idea and a very sharp one came Into my mind and I stood up silently The womans back was towards me but something In her height her shape the pose of her head hidden as It was by her shawl seemed familiar I waited while she hung over the flro whispering and while tho good wife slowly filled her pitcher out of tho great black pot But when she turned to go I took a step forward so as to bar her way And our eyes met- I could not see her features they were lost In the shadow of the hood But I saw a shiver run through her from head to foot And I knew then that I had made no mistake That Is too heavy for you my girl I said familiarly as I might have spoken to a village wench 1111 carry It for you One of the men who remained loll ing at the table laughed rnd tho other began to sing a low song The woman trembled In rage or fear but she kept silence and let mor take the Jug from her hands And when I went to tho door and ppened It she followed mechanically An Instant and the door fell to behind us shutting off the light and glow and wo stood together In the growing dusk It Is too late for you to be out Mademoiselle I said politely You might meet with somo rudeness dressed as you are Permit me to see you home She shuddered and I thought I heard her sob but she did not answer In fctead she turned and walked quickly through the village In the direction of the chateau keeping In the shadow SUE PAUSED of tho houses I carried the pitcher and walked beside her and In the dark I smiled I knew how shame and Impotent rage were working In her This was something like revenge Presently I spoke Well Mademol selle I said Where are your groomsShe me one look her eyes blat ing with anger her faco tike bate It self and after that I said no more but left her In peace and contented myself with walking at her shoulder until we came to the end of the village where the track to the great house plunged Into the wood There she stop ped and turned on tnc like a wild crea turn at bay What do you want she cried hoarsely breathing as If she had been running To see you safe to the house I answered coolly And If I will not she retorted The choice docs Hot lie with you Mademoiselle I answered sternly You will go to the house with me and on the way you will give me an Inter view but not here Here we are not private enough We zdy be Interrupted at any moment ant I wish to speak to you at length- I saw her shiver What if I will not she said again I might call to the nearest soldiers and tell them who you are I answered coolly I might but I should not That were a clumsy way ot punishing you and I know a better way I should go to the captain Mademoiselle and tell him whose horse Is locked up in the inn stable A trooper told me as some one had told himthat it be longed to one of his officers but I looked through the crack and I knew tho horse again She could not repress a groan I waited Still she did not speak Shall I go to the captain I said ruthlessly She shook the hood back from her taco and looked at me Oh you coward you coward she hissed through her teeth If I had a knife But you have not Mademoiselle I answered unmoved Be good enough therefore to make up your mind which It Is to be Am I to go with my news to the captain pr am I to come with youGive me the pitcher she said harshlyI so wondering In R moment she flung It with a savage gesture far Into the bushes Come she said If you will But soma day God will punish poul- Without another word she turned and entered the path through the trees and I followed her I supposo every turn In Its course oveiy hollow and broken place In It had been known to her from childhood for she followed It swiftly and unerringly barefoot as she was I had to walk fast through the darkness to keep vo with her Thn wood was jjulct but too frogs were be ginning to croak la the pool and their persistent chorus reminded me of the night when I had come to the house door hurt and worn out and Clon had admitted me and she had stood under the gallery In U o hall Things had looked dark then I had seen but a very little way ahead Now nil was plain The commandant might bo hero with all his soldiers but It was I who hold the strings We came to the llttlo wooden bridge and saw beyond the dark meadows the lights of the house All the windows were bright Doubtless the troopers were making merry Now Mademoi selle I said quietly I must trouble you to stop here and give me your ale tentlon for a few minutes Afterwards you may go your way Speak she said defiantly And be quick I cannot breathe the air whero you are It poisons mot Ah I said slowly Do you think you make things better by such speeches as those 1 Oh the criedand I heard htr teeth click together Woiild you have me fawn on you Perhaps not I answered Still you may make one mistake What Is It t sho panted You forget that I am to be feared as well as loathed I answered grimly Ay Mademoiselle to be feared I continued Do you think that I do not know why you are here In this guise Do you think that I do not know for whom that pitcher of broth was In tended Or who will now have to fast tonight I tell you I know all these things Your house Is full of soldiers your servants were watched and could not leave You bad to come yourselt and get food for him She clutched at the handrail of the bridge and for an Instant clung to It for support Her face from which the shawl had fallen glimmered white In the shadow of the trees At last I had shaken her pride At last What Is your price she murmured faintly I am going to tell you I replied speaking so that every word might fall distinctly on her ears and eating my eyes on her proud face I had never dreamed of such revenge an this About a fortnight ago M do Coche foret left hero at night with a little orangecolored sachet In his posses slonShe uttered a stifled cry anddrew herself stiffly erect It containedbut there Mademol selle you know Its contents I went on Whatever they were M de Coeh font lost It and them at starting X week ago ho came back unfortunate ly for himselfto seek them She was looking full In my face now She seemed scarcely tr breathe In tho Intensity of her surprise and ex pectatlcn You had atearch made Mademoiselle I continued quietly Your servants left no place unexplored The paths the rondo the very woods were ransacked But in vain because all the while the orange sachet lay whole and unopened In my pocket Not she cried Impetuously You lie Sir The sachet was found torn open many league from this place Where I threw It Mademoiselle I replied that I might mislead your rascals and be free to return Oh be itevG me I continued letting some thing of myself something of my tri umph appear at last In my voice You have made a mistake You would have done better had you trusted me I am no bundle of sawdust Mad emoiselle but a man a man with an arm to shield and a brain to serve andnl I am going to teach youa heart also She shivered- In the orangecolored sachet that you lost I believe there were 18 stones of great value She made no answer tat she looked at me as if I fascinated her Her very breath seemed to pause and walt- on my words She was so little con scious of anything else of anything outside ourselves that a score of men might have come up behind her unseen and unnoticed I took from my breast a little packet wrapped In soft leather and held It towards her Will you open this I said I believe It contains what you lost That It contains all I will not answer Mademoiselle because I ipllled the stones on the floor of my room and I may have failed to find some But tho others can be recoveredI know where they arc She took the packet slowly and began to unroll It her fingers shaking A few turns and the mild lustre of the stones made a kind of moonlight In her hands such a shimmering gjbry of Imprisoned light as has ruined many a woman and robbed many a man of his honor Morblcu as I looked at themand as she stood looking at them In dull entranced purplexlty I wondered how I had come to resist the temptation While 1 gazed her hands began to waver I cannot count she mut tered helplessly How many are there e In all 18 They should be 18 she said Shn closed her hand on them with that and opened It again and did BO twice as if to reassure herself that the stones were real and that she was not dreaming Then she turned to me with sudden fierceness and I saw that her beautiful face sharpened by the greed of possession was grown as keen anO vicious as before Well she muttered between her teeth Your price man Your price If am coming to It now Madcmoi selle I said gravely It Is a situ plo matter You remember the after noon when I followed you clumsily and thoughtlessly perhaps through the wood to restore these things It seems about a month ago I believe It happened the day before yesterday You called me then some very harsh names which I will not hurt jou by repeating floe only price I ask for restoring your Jewels If tl at lee rM call those name How she muttered I do art understandI my words very slowly The only prIce or reward I ask Mad emoiselle is that you take back thos names and say that they were not de servedAnd the jewels she exclaimed hoarselyThey are yours They are nothing to mo Take them and say that you do not think of C8 Nay I cannot say the words Mademoiselle But there is something cUol What else she cried her bead thrown back her eyes bright as any wild animals searching mine Hal my brother What of him What ot him Sir For him Mademoiselle would prefer that you should tell me no moro I than I know already I answered in a low volco I do not wish to be In that affair But yes there is ono thins I havo not mentioned You are She sighed BO deeply that I caught tho sound It Is I continued slowly that you will permit me to remain at Cocho tenet for n few days while the soldiers ore here I am told that there are 20 men and two officers quartered In your house Your brother Is away 1 alit to bo permitted Mademoiselle to take Ills place for a tlmo and to bo prlvlleccd to protect your sister and yourself from Insult That Is all II She raised her hand to her head After a long pause The frogs fthr muttered they croak I cannot hear And then to my surprise she turne1 suddenly on her heel and walked over tho bridge leaving me there For a moment J stOOl aghast peering after hcf shadowy figure and wondering what had When her Then in a minute or loss she came quickly back to rot and I understood She was crying Tone Contlnu dl LIKE OTHER GRANDMOTHERS Kmpm of Kumln Looked Aflci tier nrnnilvlilMrrn With Mntrunlr Care Catherine the Great of llussta ale though an Imperious grandmother had the greatest pride in her grand children end like runny other less famous grandmothers took Ihelrbrlng up and education into her own hands In A Mother at Oasis tho author says that It was Catherine who taught Monsieur Alejandro as the brand grand dukes eldest child was cflUd Ills A B Cs and complied the Otnd i mothers ABO and the Alnan lerCbnstanUno Library for the IIrters wardrobe and certainly JuJglrjs from a loiter of hers she Mud ltd his comforts more than his nppearanct She Invented tho childs costume ber Mlf All tho things Are sown together the wrote und put on In ono plow sad the garment Is fastened behind with two or three hooks There are no string or bnmls and tht child U hardly aware when he Is dressed The nurses thrust In his arms and lets as they put the suit over his head and there it hflnlvhcrf Other royalties It appciimi asked tho tsarina for her pattern for heir own nurseries Alexander was very precocious He nt any rate had no fear of Mi 1m perloij grandmother Ode tiny irhen ho was III and shaking with ague he crept to her door wrapped In his little cloak Who is there asked the empress A sentinel dying of cold answered the child Another time he asked his nurse Whom am I llknj Your mother wns the reply You have her month and nose 1 do not mean my face Whom am I tike In my ways and tempers In that respect you resemble the empress more than any onojvlsr- Thellttlc prince Jumped up and threw his arms around his nurses neck That Is whnt I wanted to be told be cried joyfully That child will become a person age said the proud grandmother oa being told of the Incident lied Fill Ih In It Admiral William O Buehlnr at a dinner at Hot Springs Va said of A Philadelphia editor Ho Is a good man An enthnslwf His paper prospers because he believe in It because he has faith in it And wliat faith in It he has lie rb minds mo of tho Yankee with the ac curate watch This Yankee an elderly man 1m a watch that for thirty or forty years had never once mono wron Hnnra h boasted about It at all times With a guest from Boston hp rov ono August morning to see the BUD rise and as they waited for Its shine the Yankee kept consulting first hi watch which was In his right hand and then a farmers almanac giving tbo suns schedule which was In hit leftThere was a long wait In the pall vague dawn Then tupping his watch with his forefinger the Yankeo said It tits sun aint over that hill In a minute and a half hell bo late Buffalo Enquirer Arcnniili lieil DmiRtiter Mrs nI suppose you find your daughter very much Improved by has two years study at college Mrs Proudmothcr La yes Mary Elizabeth Is a carnivorous reader now and she frequently impoverishes nnwla But she aint a bit stuck up shti unanimous to everybody ar she newt keeps a caller walUn for her to dress tine just runs ID noun de plume ai you know that mazes one feel ao fed fortabU Llpplncottg Uftfultt THINNESS FASHIONABLE If You Would Keep or Procure a Good Waist Line rake to House hold Stunts I helped my cue along by the hard work system reports a plump girl to Mm Julio DArcy 1 worked as hard as I could for three hours a day I rose at 630 which Is a good timely hour and 1 did a deal ot housework nothing quite thins you like doing housework IJtke It and it certainly takes oil my flesh I scrubbed the floor washed dishes bathed the windows and astonished the servants by swooping ray own room Housework makes you pretty they say for It gives boUt mind and body plenty of exercise 1 had my nil of It and I grew thinner and prettier I personally know a famous beauty who takes her place at a little wash board every day and heroically laun ders her lingerie waists It Is ao good for tho waist line says else as she scrubs at the tub And I know another who takes the broom la hand every day and another who polishes the furniture and does household stunts generally One day she beata the rugs on the roof and another day she puts down a stair car pet and still another she washed wIn- dows It Is all In tho Interests of los ing weight she explained to me as BOO use TUG SCnUOOINQ DRU8II showed mft how her bolt line was shrinking I bass tried the Turkish baths for reducing weight and they are good But One must work In accord with them You cant expect the Turkish bath to do It all You must do part for yourself I used to take a Turkish bath In the middle of tho day and spend the rest of tho day In bed eat- Ing chocolates Then sometimes I took a bath In tho morning and In the afternoon I slept waking only for a good eup of coffee aud some nice takes One day I came from the Turk ish bath ate a heavy luncheon at a ladles clqb cane homo and slept until next day I called It the test cur It added five pounds to my weight For breakfast ono small cup of tot tee and nit tho stale brown bread you want If you need butter you can sprinkle salt upon your bread which tastes quite a little like butter If your eye are shut In the middle of tho morning you can drink wator and the more the merrier At noon you can have a Uny cup of strong hot tea and all the brown bread you want and all the fruit but nothing else You can drink hot water In tbo middle ot the afternoon If you feel thirsty but dont take It hot enough to burn your stomach For dinner at night eat anything you want and all you want of It It Is your one meal meal a day Yon pract cally till up now for the whole day Fat your fill and dont get up hungry But on the other hand dont stuff Dont make your evening meal later than six oclock sad If you Are where you can get your meal whoa you feel like It dont eat later than five oclock- n the evening take a nice long walk or dance or play suds anything to occupy your mind Sd much for the diet LITTLE HINTS heat flowers on your hat are chic Burntstraw haUl are to bt worn again huge bow on the low shoe Is quite IA of date can wear any style of coat you find becoming A white cloth or mohair skirt Is M positive necessity Velvet coat buttons nre newer and smarter than brne buttops I Some of tho new striped drcssmate rlola are patnfuly zebra ilke I Tho new flowered ribbons of silver and gold are dturallngy lovely Necklaces of tiny shells In lovely pastel colors are the very newest I Veils of fancy white mace with plait ed Chiffon borders are new In the shops The old tlmo Charlie lint wouldnt know Itself It is so pretty this year I The Hair Boa f A young reader who signs herself Northern Inquirer asks how n girl of 1C should wear her hair whether more than onebow U proper and how many yards In each bow Since the receipt of this letter Madame Herri has made a carefufstudy of tho subject and finds that there Is almost no Unlit to the number of bows or the number of yards they may contain But to prevent ones head from having tho appearance of n bargain counter or a remnant sale either one or two bows with threequarters of a yard In each or a full yard If only one tow Is worn should bo the choice The prevailing style Is the soft pompadour front with the hair caught up on trp with a bow the ends braided und tamed under sad astned with a eeoond bow- MADAME UEIUU eaomrs CARE OF THE FINGER NAILS There Is Nothing Better for Brittleness and to Steep Nails in Good Order Than Vaseline If too much manicuring is done the nails are hopcloMly injured the cuticle becomes so toughened at the base and the nails so bruised that the wholo length must grow out before any Improvement can possibly take place warns Hortenw Provost There Las always been a sort of omen attached to tho disfiguring white spots found on the nails BO many on the Index finger meaning something sq many on the second finger meaning something else almost like the proverbial goosobono it seems are the spots to be considered when It cornea to prophecy This li of course utter nonsense every on of those blemishes means a hurt to the tender young nail while yet it was under the cuticle at the base or just beyond that point and for each one of thorn the usual stool cutlclo knife is largely responsible Either that or the sharp point of the steel Ole This same sharp point too Is re sponsible for tho rough line directly under tho end of the nail that Is so hard to keep clean whore dirt loemsIto just naturally stick and refuse to fI budge If the nails were never touched underneath with any sort of hard or soft instrument the nosh there would never roughen and BO not re tale dirt It Is far bettor to use a bit of soft linen wrapped around a toothpick after softening the finger tips In a cleansing wash- I have teen a sot of brittle broken and altogether unlovely nails trans formed In six months to a fairly pro cntabfe condition by the uso of the plain vaseline called petroleum Jelly that costs five cents a jar U seems to have n decided sheet In hardening the layers of tho nails and keep them from breaking But vnscllno alone will not make tho nails beautiful It will make them moro tractable as It were moro amenable to other treat ment It takes constant attention to the nail while It U growing and plenty of care to bring It to the crowning perfection of the almondshapo pink and smooth with the moons show ing at the base of each rosy nail U U socmtltnfrs In the endeavor to bring out moon much of the harm Is done only by patient softening ot Use rim at the base and Its gradual recession can tho desired effect bo ob Wined As to those moons being a sign of blue blood I have noted them on the nails of a man or wotnafi who could not as far as human knowl edge U concerned hUG a drop of such azure fluid In generation of ances ton Certainly too In such case It wu not the care and attention bestowed on the nails that brought out the cres fitJustwhich ne reason seems tob forth comingiA CHRISTENING PARTY I rink La the Color for tile Decoration About Music and Form of Senrlc A reader requests plans for s christening party for a child six months old 10 we reprint tbe ono given some months ago an there Is nothing any prt tierTo begin with the room won light ed with pink candles which were placed In a row on top of tho piano on the mantel and on top of the bookeases The gas jets were turned down very I Wand were shaded with pink crepe tissue paper Palms were banked la the front window and the shades drawn The hour was four In tho afternoon On a small table there was a slltor bowl sur rounded by a wreath of pink roses this was the font A quart lit of soprano tenor alto and bass voices sang Fill the Font with Roses accom panied by piano and violin and to this beautiful music tho baby was carried downstairs by Ita grandfather follower by the parents and members of the fam ily the Episcopal service requires sponsors When the minister began the ceremony the baby was given to the fa ther After tho prayer a lullaby was sung and the child was taken upstairs Light refreshments of white and brown raisin bread sandwiches were served from n pink rose decorated table In the diningroom eight young ladles take lug turns In pouring the chocolate Theta wero plenty of sugared almonds which are always used In Franco at a christening party MADAMQ Jtnnni Grace nnd Symmetry Stop lunching er if you must lack confine your lunch to stowed fruit toast and tea When you dl e din wisely but not too wel Ell a chop but take very little soup and ure mod eration along with your punch nut sweets For breakfast take one cup I of coffee and some rather hard toast and rolls Follow those diet dlroo i i Ins and you will return onco moro i- to the grace and symmetry which you had when you joined the club Eat Print Fruit eaten before breakfast N at tho meals helps to rcduto rcdaoss of the nose and otherwise Improves the complexIon Caro shouM be taken not to cat the akin or sees or Any other Indigestible portion of the fruit It must ot course ba perfectly ripe Too Stout Stand erect with your clothing loose Tip forward without bending your knees until your fingers touch your toes if you cannot easily touch the tips of your shoes without bending your ftneea then you art too stout I Irr H1tHnl1 r r 1 IlHItttrJL Berea Teacherstt Ilub ADDUR88 ALT FOR rUBUOATION 0 D Ltvrlt JE1Rt8il 11 I I tHiI I 1tIEHtIl1T- im H+Ifo Club will hold its biwcokly meeting in the Chapter Hoom Friday evening April 20 Tho following program rendered Music Club Current Events J W Kincor First Lessons III Reading Mrs Chas D Lewis Song Kirk Brothers and Blackburn FryoAMiss PaUlo Moores Recitation Miss Sparknmn Everybody invited Y4 Tim Kentucky liinmluntlou Hjritrnt This subject formed tho chief purl meetinglnstgood discussion of evils that urn con nected with it and HUggestcd what seems to lx tho only effective way of stopping the alo of questions an evil which in distressingly common Ills thought is that the questions will iurnforfor each one to help create a public opinion on tho question that will snake any ono who has intelligence enough to ho n teacher scorn to de grade himself by tho thought of fraudMr Bogg and Mr JCincer des cussed tho vnluoof our examinations in upliftiugtho standard of teaching 1 think if a few simple facts wero vigorously presented to tho public by every teacher who loves tho profes sion and wishes to see it advance groat good could be done Thcfto facts aro as follows 1 No questions can be procured whichnro not stolen property therefore tho buyer knowing t i1 is a party t the theft and should bo punishable 8ft such 2 A school taught on a certificate secured wholly or in part DK n result of knowledgorff the questions illo gully procured gives money gotten under false pretuusions ad should be punishable as for the name offence in any other form 8 The holder of such a certificate lion to the trustees crud to the com munity t That person is taking a coward ly Rail unmanly advantage of his follow lonahoro who passes for a first or any other grnduof teacher on such a certificate for ho makes himself their equal though they have spout money anti time to secure that for which Ito has given only y6 in cash 1 U No one is fit to teach n school who is not able to pass a county ex amination M given in Kentucky BO the portIOn who enters tho teachers ranks except by tho door Is a wolf 1dftroylng tho tender lambs Itanyone tending those state strongleting BO If they are not too strong can anyone fulfill his duty to his community if ho does not try to spread them 1 0 LOST On Wednesday tho 4th instant bo ttvcon Narrow Gnp and tho Hospital in Borea n black cloth Boston bag r with n brdwu loather hand hag sr in it containinglnpcnt Tho findnr will return to the Citizen olllco Mrs J B Fox tf j TO RENT tl7Houso to rent with garden Ono of lorenJ DRATOHBIt FOR SALE A low good Jacks Will soil or 1 exchange for other property ilwW HERNDON 3 miles from Borea on the Richmond P- ikeForthe Children To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit courage strength How is it with the children Are they thin pale delicate Do not forget Aycrs Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood pure and ribh and builds up the wayIunlMt tin trowels are In proper 10nll1bade IlKitbf RlTlni tmatl laitl Ar rl m Mill All regtabllugrcoted I I4Kad IAileI1lters HAIR VIGOR AGUE CURB CHCKY PECTORALt History of the Eighth Kentucky Thrilling Story of tho Part this Gallant Regiment Took in Our Civil War- M JiAHdid not como to attack us on tho morning of the 1 Itli our brigade now under command of Col Matthews received orders to go in search of time roughfromantI the weather continued excessive ly warm After a inird march of twenty miles we arrived late in tho evening at tho village where wo ex iwctod to flail tho much sought hut littleloved rebels The citizens informed us that John pn880dthroughnorth Our command there and resumed the march early tho 12th over rough roads through tho hills northwest thirteen miles and wo were in the village of Liberty Our brigade remained hero until tho next evening living principally on green corn Tho citizens here appeared to Ixs moro loyal than any UAplniogmarched through town Tho loyal women hero came out to our camp and cheerfully loaned tho soldiers their cooking utensils This days rest among these people and time benefit ofa good bath in the clear streams which most of us enjoyed bodyAtagain formed column and as usual took the back track Tho moon nhouo bright and wo halted at 10 oclock at Smithvillo and rested unlit morning Tho officers and men of tho Eighth about this time became weon some of tho rebel cavalry for said our men wo find it Impossible to either head thorn off or catch them on foot Wo left Smithville at sunrise the 14th and at 5 p m reentered our camp at McMiunville Tho follow- Ing ten days when not on picket or other duty tho time was spent in rigorous drilling One evening at dress parade wo wero rejoiced to learn that General Nelson was roller ed from the command and would proceed immediately to Kentucky to tako command of raw recruits then arriving at Louisville and Cincinnati Wo did not envy those same raw ro cruiln thoir pleasure in obeying tho orders of their general Though with all Nelsons harsh overbearing and often wanton cruelty to his sub thingIngrasping greed of sutlers or citizens with whom our boys often trailed Ono day before Nelson left us a crowd of Holdicra wero collected around a lanklooking long haired Tcnnossccan who lx ro on his arm a toughlookIn crusts was a darko streak of woolly peaches General Nelson rome along the street and noticing tho citizen stopped up saying Hero my nun what have you there to sell Y Citizen Pies sar unly 50 cents apiece unr Tho general broke ono open and dropped it back in tho basket ex centRRpleceDrnwlng spindlewouUlut digest In tho stomach of a youCitizen Six I blove General Nelson raising his sword more threateningly said Now eat tho last ono in short order or Ill cut your internal head from your worthless carcass The poor frightened fellow munched and swallowed fu painful haste until his eyes uplirted prominence Thus ho worried down over twp dollars worth othin Clark choky pislry Nelson thou ordered tho would be pie vender outside our picketu telling him if ho should over protextdeathWe saw no moro of timid enterprising tradesmanBrigadier General Ammon assum ed command of the troops in and around McMinnvillo Tho 24th of August we wore ordered to prepare two days rations load tho baggage and bo ready to march at 1 oclock p m At that hour we were in col umn and the general wish and be lief was that wo worojeaving this rebel hole for the last time Tho Eighth halted in tho town to assist the division quartermaster to burn some old wornout touts and quarter master stores that had been con downed as unserviceable Wo came up with the main force at midnight at the forks of tho Tullahotna anti Altamont roads Tho next morning- our little army was by some misun derstanding of tho guards and bugle men permitted to sleep later than ime general Intended consequently f 1 ninny of us ate our breakfast while arrived tho Altnmont road Hero tho rebels lend just passed over and had ob structed the naturally difficult nor row road by telling trees and our completely quitlimitedIng around lime neighboring farms hogan soon after we halted Officers nut non knew there was no eueiny on our silo of tho mountain except thoso unarmed but they were often thought not to bo entirely docile Ono member oj tho Eighth came walking into camp soon after the shooting began witha quarter of mutton and apologetically remarked respectGeneralef a rebel sheep shall butt me Judging from the quantity of roast and fried mutton consumed that evening in the division especially by time Eighth Kentucky and Thirty fifth Indiana people in that locality must have owned a goodly of belligerent sheep ntllnhcrI Tho 20th time whole turned to our respective camps around McMinuville drilling and picketing as before Some of time Thirtyfifth Indiana picketlinesgees apple and peach brandy distill cry and when found a few clap j after wore doing a thriving business working off the tubs of bruised on hand When these moonshiners were brought up bofor- Colonel Matthews for violation of or propertyDennisasked why he did so replied Play yer honor Colonel but it wuz t bad indado time cowardly spalpee- or a ribel had taken himself away and the paich mash wuz sphoiliu in toirely an yer honor limo I do say it myself Im tho boy as can make the isle ould crayther as will warruui up the boys stummicks before atein tho indaceul food wo get hero in thi haython couuthry As some of the boys had taken too much of time craylher Colonor Matthews had t Im m lf appointed distiller and a few others tied up until their stomachs cooled off a little TO DE CONTINUED IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT JCnotc All Ye GoodCltlztnt 3y There TrerentrTint It la our great should sire that deI your various and sever- aldwellings i with time best paint in the worldA ono gallon cf which added to one gallon of pure Lin COYIerll coat work A gUlfnnI scab blister i chip off or crack In five years by 50000000 Cash Guarantee- nnd otherwise the moil economical nnlIsatisfactory paint from every on the market Wt Nacre AnpdnUd the Rljht Worthy J Pe BICKNELL Vafoj This Tetn EXCLUSIVE AGENTS For Hmmr Condensed pint and endowed him with special knowledge of right and right painting wherewith tp greatly enhance anu promote your local prosperity This iiu will Impart to you with his own voice GREETlGSiF ST LOUIS MO- TChicago Tailoring Company Mr W L Flanery reprcgeula this well known tailoringcolnpnuy in stylishclothingniado to order at themost reason able prices Seo hint before 0111 order a ready made suit Buckeye Fertilizers youhaveBoronCollege I IILLINOIS NEWS TlSCOrA imiHIAN COUNTV havlngsomofino gun to sow oatsMr and Mrs Charles Martin wero visitors over Sunday at Robert Ledfords Miss GlaydysWallingbe a program at the closing of Crow ley School Tuesday night to which all ore InvitedJ D Martin visited MaryMnrtln WednesdayMay married in Tuscola Sunday afternoon Charles Cash ford ono of Tuscolas esteemed citizens died April 11 th of catarrh of tho stomach Mr Cash ford had been ill several weeks ftnbie Heacock visited Nellie Martin Sunday night Clarence Weaver formerly of this city was married on Wednesday last week to Mabel Johnson of Indiana Pearl anti Oracle Heacock visited Donna Martin Sunday IIOrilllOSIMUOfAH COIINTV April 10We are having fine weather The farmers are very had ly behind witlrtheir work on recount of wet weather There is scarcely any who are done sowing oats Little Aqua Lewis the little daugh ter of Mr and Mrs W A Lewis pinloogCtIout by time Doctors in Tuscola If they hud been one hour later in reaching tho Doctors office tho dear little one could not have been saved youugColksSunday Elmer Martin T II Mar tin and Lee McGuire of Tiutcola and Miss Nelda Ellis of Arcola were in our midst last week Little Johnnie JoephLoiflsisterMrs Sallie Van WIkleSunduy visitedepurchased a new sur rev ITo says he hunt now got a team timid can take him and his family any andxbegin in a few flays fairnThe irinh OoieI MUIon- Itev John D Nutting who is well known in this part of Kentucky be cause ora lecturing tour ho made agosGospelMissionizen is in receipt of the report of the work of this mission for 1005 The work done w in tho line of currying literature directly to the families of Mormons holding evangelistic meet ings andworking personally with those who are still open to reason Tho missionaries of tho society servo without pay other than their OXJXMI see and travel about with teams and Interiwe here been considered evidence by tho Smoot investigating com mittee There is no doubt left in the minds of readers of the continuo cd existence of poligamy anti kindred evils wherever tho Mormons are in force Accompanying tho pamphlet is n call for volunteers to work in this important and interesting field Any who are interested should write to Mr Nutting at 18x1 gist St N E Cleveland O I S Ra BAKER Dentist KYOyerhours from 8 to 4 IOfficeTeeth extracted without pain Somnoforrae rIWIndividuality III souses anil young liiilli hnlv nt liniiTiiUlililunl prier will IIK found In my rgtcilre lint whUli nngrrie nil tint itiirn mute desire Viimrn uiiderotiind tlir fur imrtniire iif oclrrtlni n pniprr hint We mn nlil you inntertnlly In Ihr tirlertlon brrjiiinn of our rxperlrucr nnd though you mitT nut buy fut mIuUIir our Ircntiiirnt or vUltoni nnd cuiloiurni yourime nt my new plnrr In the tore of CTI llnmon Co Mnln Klrrrt MISS ALLIE FOWLER MILLINER Btrez KyJ JOEISIplay of Candies and of Easter novelties in the city of Rich goodIonce and you will at once loose that tired feeling ois+ + + + Uptodate Buggies + Down to= date PricesI Come in and see my stock and I will save you money on any job you buy from me I have a general line of anything you need Buggies Weber Wagons Implements Har Mowt i yes Fertilizer I hays in a carload of Globe Fertilizer just in time for your tomato cropT also a special Garden Fertilizer Anything you need farms town lots improved and unimproved property in Berea Come and see me or call me up J R BICKNELLP- hone No9 BHSPLBJ KY++ t+ + + N LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect Jan 1 1906 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea338a m Arrive Richmond 410 a m Arrive Paris 523 u m Arrive Cincinnati 750 a m Going North Train 2 Dally pArrive m m pArrhe m m Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Berea129 p m Arrive Knoxvjllo 810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Berea1220a m Arrive Knoxville 730a m andycarryaand Knexrille In both direction Trams num ber i and 4 carry Pullman rrstibuled Sleeping KnoxBileW H BOWER Ticket Agent OYI YYYrrYrrIrlrltrrPY rxrd c For Sale or i t its Rent Cheap f v A nice little Cottage j tIlouse of four rooms on j Depot Street Lot 83 A by 269 feet Callon S or address ft ItO Da HOLLIDAY 3- v REAL ESTATE AGENT SJ MAIN ST IlKllKA KY a ititIIakR+4ii4ARi1R AAitStwiIIA4l4RL f AOtAKANTKKIt CHUB 1OK FILLS Itching Mind lllerdlnir Protruding Tiles Dniff KUU lire authorirnl to refund money If PAZO OINTMBNT fails toctretn6togdays soc I Call at T J Moberleys and see the host line of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS And anything that you need for a horse Call nnd get prices they will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky Tilt MONIT- OILSELFHEATING SAD IRON Fully guaranteed A fast seller Agents wanted in every locality apply at once to the Monitor Iron Co ilg Prairie Ohio Dr W G6 BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office R B ROBERTS Real Estate Agent and Abstractor of Deeds OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE finicr Hour from 0 to 12 n in Farms town property etc for sale or to rent Call and see mo if you wish to buy 6r sell property L EAST END MEAT MARKET L have good young Beef and Pork at all times at my GroceryStore nut street Also good fresh Groceries at lowest possible prices Call and see me and save money B F HARRISONPhone I KEEP CLEAN and get your clothes cleaned and pressed by J C BURNAM- The West End Barber Shop Phone 67 50c a suit is all it will cost you MonumentsURNS STATUARY 01Granite 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 r MICHIGAN POINTS llfnrhtMl Direct Via CHDtiThe Short Line From Cincinnati Finely equipped trains Leave at convenient hours Making connections With all Southern Lines All ticket agents will Sell you through tickets See that they read Via C H D W B CALLOWAY Gen Pass Agt Cincinnati Ohio I IlL jilt The Citizen An Independent Family Newspaper FublUhed my Thursday at Bcrca Ky rsBEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor and Mgr Subscription Ratos PAYAKLS IN ADTAXCt One Year It 00 ale months e0 Three month sb send money by rottofflro Honey Order as- prnr Money Otter Check Drift KeclatertO Letter or onu end two teat slmp The date after your name thowi to what date chanceLithinotifjr ua- enbrctibera wishing Tnll CJTIIIEM stopped IDiM notify in et the eiplratlnn ol anb 111lIonpalC all rre ra olhcnrlto we thill enilder at they with It continued Notify ut itonce of any change In your adJren firing both old and new tddreue Ilslne number dua to wreppen tomin u suppliedAirenu wanted In ever locality Write fat term Anyone I us four yearly tub rlpllon wm recelreTae CHUCK f e lot ont eu OldWorld Influences The Japanese In the Hawaiian Islands celebrated In many picturesque I1Sj the victories of their fellow countrymen over Russia notably the fall of Port i Arthur On one occasion a Portuguese band playing American patriotic airs headed a procession of Japanese parad ing under an American flag In honor of an Asiatic triumph while sympathetic Chinese onlookers lined the streets It is hard to exaggerate says Youths Companion the Influence on the politics of the modern world of various colonies of people whose Industrial Interests re quire them to live In a land other than their own but whose hearts beat warmly in oversea sympathies The Russians were at a disadvantage In enlisting American sympathy In their recent war because most Russian subjects residing here belonged to the revolutionary element of their own country and were op posed to the government of the czar During the recent war In South Africa Hollanders and a great many of their near kinsmen the Germans expressed their sympathy with the Boers so open ly and defiantly even In such distant British colonlesas HongKong that the manifestation of antiBritish sentiment more than once threatened serious dis turbance of the peace American politics and opinions are constantly Influ enced by the views of the expatriated sons of other nations The recent dis ruption of the dual kingdom of Norway and Sweden made it necessary for some public men In the northwestern states to take special efforts to prevent a division of the Scandinavian vote The Irish vote and Its influence In politics are matters too well known to require more than a mention Inasmuch as many public questions In this country are those which are contested abroad It Is not strange that opinions acquired across the seas should have influence in determining American results There Is room moreover for this country to profit by the experience of other lands if It is brought into our affairs In the right spirit But this is no place for working out Old World grudges The primary obligation of all comers hero Is to be Americans and help form from the composite of American opinion a national policy of the republic and for the republicIIt is the common opinion that for striking a man with glasses on there is a severer penalty than for striking him under similar circumstances when he is not wearing glasses says a contribu tor to the Jewelers Circular Weekly Careful search however does not bring forth any statutory provision which de Glares the offense greater when the man who Is struck wears glasses The prevalence of this idea Is due no doubt to the probability of the judge in such I cases giving the convicted the extreme I penalty The legal term for assault un der such circumstances is mayhem signifying that the assailant has in ono way or another deprived his victim of the power to defend himself During an altercation from which struggle is apt to ensue any one wearing glasses would be wise to remove them unobserved if possible however because if noticed it might act as a signal to begin hostilities Many think that glosses would be a source of general protection in these cases and often take advantage on that ground but that is wrong be cause no court would hold It worse tQI strike a man with glasses than one wlthI out unless the assailant struck directly at his opponents eyes with the Intent to wound or maIm hlmand whether one were hit elsewhere than on the eyeglasses would not enter the case atollI Herschel Miller age 14 it edit r 4Ipublisher of the Lloyd CodntyNews atI Lynch Neb and probably the young est person occupying such a dual po sition In the world I Within 45 minutes by the dock btyoung man In Atlantic City metn young lady popped the question got her moth ers consent and was married Some day perhaps the divorce court will undo the lob In nine minutes by the watch i I The woman who declared a wife was entitled to laic her husbands pay die played a generosity often missing 1r a others of her sex I Spring poets who failed to get Jn their iwork In January or February wfU have fo wait now until winter Is over PROSPERITY IN EVIDENCE Plains in All Important Fields of Activity During the Lest Year There has been a marked gain in the savings bank deposits of the state ot Now York within the past year On January 1 1906 the deposits in those institutions were 1292000000 and the aggregate resources were 1405 000000 In the case of each of these items there was an increase of approx imately 94000000 in the 12 months This was 22000000 greater In both deposits and resources than the largest previous Increase in any calendar year in the savings banks of the state of New York Of course says tho St Louis Globe Democrat tho banks ot that state hold much larger sums of money than those of any other state but the situation there may be safely said to reflect the general situation throughout the country- In all important fields ot activity there havo been gains in the past year Tho output of coal copper iron ore 19051wnscountrys history Pig Irons yield was about 23000000 tons in the year which was more than that ot Great Britain Germany and France combined For 1900 the prospects are that the output will be still greater The production now is at the rote of about 55000000 tons for the year and the t later months are likely to show a lar ger production than that of January and February Bank clearings and railroad earnings are making pew hlghcsts every month I The coal strike If it comes will make something of a ihango in the sit uation especially If it should lost as long as it did ih 1902 This is one of the reasons however why strong pres sure will be brought to bear on both parties to force some sort of a modus Vivendi The stocks of coal on hand are much greater than they were at the outbreak of the strlki tour years ago but the demand for it owing to the growth in the countrys Industries In the interval is far larger than it was then This is the only cloud on the business horizon Speculation Is not so active as It was a few weeks ago ax this is a good sign There is an absence of financial kiteflying at present which Is an encouraging indication The outlook now Is that 1906 will make a considerable gain over 1905 In most of the great lines of activity Probably the New York superintendenttt bank ing when he for the present 12 months will find that a gain has been scored over the big year lust ended TREASURY DEFICIT PAST Oingley Law Proving to Be More Perfect tProducer March 1 saw an end to the deficit and a surplus of about a million dol lars This may vary somewhat but the probabilities now point to a very sub itantlal surplus for the year Again fro the revisionists put to rout and the successful operation of our tariff is maintained says the American Economist The Dingley law is proving to be more perfect from a revenue stand point than any tariff law ever enacted increased expenditures are met by in reased customs duties and internal revenue Year before last it was thQ I Panama canal payments that caused a deficit and last year tha Cuban treaty I sad great increase in appropriations for rural free delivery caused a lesser eXIeedplus probably equal the de licit of 1905 Our Imports considering our tariff are enormous because ot the prosperity of the people because of full employment and high wages It would be folly to think of revising a tariff that continues to bring such beneficent results both to the treasury and to the people- OPINT6Niy0ITIrE PASS eYHearststill maintains that he is a Democrat Well the term is very elastic Milwaukee Sentinel erCol Bryan is out with a magazine article denouncing socialism Is this the signal for a break with Hearst Troy TimesIpolicyIsevidenced by the January foreign trade figures The total 227000000 is the largest ever known and the balance 64000000 has been exceeded by only one former month Guthrie Capital r7 low labor will be affected by any scheme of tariff revision must bo one of the first considerations to any one but the recluse who finds the recasting of fiscal systems easy in a study far removed from those to whom dally toll Is a necessity Our laboring popula lion demands and will have a higher standard of lYing than the lAborers- of Europe accept and the party that tells American workers that they must live poorly for the benefit of others is likely to receive a retort that It will long remember Boston Transcript oMr Bryan will manage to return the country in a dramatic manner But November is not his lucky month for the psychological moment= f- lAWS Globe Democrat crAmericaus have badquite a little experience with this Joy uncohflried free trade Imo in the past They tried It in 183 And it took them about six years to rover from tho Joy of the experience The Democracy has short memory or if it hoe a fairly good memory it mist think that the merlcan people have not thp wisdom f the burnt child tint dreads the tire I Cincinnati Star I AN UGLY WHALE Excited by Attacks from a Whaling Ship It Turds and Sinks a De Ceaseless Skip Half a dozen years ago I was first mate of a small English ship called the White Cloud We wore off the banks of Brazil it was about ten oclock in the forenoon and the weather being very fine and the wind light I had all tho men on deck set ting up the rigging some ot which bad slackened away A man aloft suddenly hailed the deck with the Information that a large whale was bearing down upon the ship head on Ours was a merchant vessel and the sight of a whale had no especial interest for us Wo went on with our work for three or four min utes when the man hailed mo again withIt that fellow holds his course sir he will be dead on us Hes a big tel low and coming like an iron steamer I ran forward to get a look and the sea was so smooth that I had no dim culty in making out tho whale Ho was still a mile away coming down at about steamer speed and holding a course as straight as If somebody aboard of him was steering by com passI was not a bit alarmed expecting to see him show flukes every but the captain came on deck minuteIdered the man at the wheel oft two or three points This the whale on our port bow As I told you I expected to see him sound every moment It was astonishing that he had not discovered us long before I could scarcely believe my eyes as he held on and by and by we had him alongsideIts solemn truth when I say he actually rubbed us as we passed each other and tho odor of him was so rank that some of the men cried out In dis gust That whale was 90 feet long if he was an Inch and he had a head on him like a brick wall So far as we could see ho was carrying no bar poons and had no fresh wound but he was moss grown and barnacled as If he had knocked about for a couple of hundred years Tho fact of his holding his own in such a bullheaded way was alarming and when we were clear of him we fell to congratulating ourselves over the close shave We were perhaps a mile apart when the whale slowed around The moment we discovered what be was do Ing we knew that he meant to attack The breeze had now died away until we could not hope to dodgo him and he had not yet fairly turned when we dropped the yawl from the davits I running her along to the bow Two men were ordered to get water and provisions into her and as the whalo headed up for us we went off before the light breeze to give him all the room we could Three or four minutes settled the question of whether he HE STRUCK US FULL ON THE STAR 110AUD QUARTER was after the ship or salllug on his own course He headed up for her coming tutor and faster and when he was two cables length away there was a great white wall of water rolling before him while his speed was from 18 to 20 miles an hour IHe struck us full on the starboard quarter and the shock was as if two ships had collltled Planks and ribs gave way before him and as he recoiled from the blow our ship settled down stern first going under in less than two minutes Everybody was knocked down by the shock and all hands got up to rush for the yawl I was sucked down al most as soon as X gained my tart and after a struggle in which I came out first best by a close shave I was shot to the surface amid a lot of deck rat lie There were two or three shipmates around me and as I was heaved up I caught sight of the yawl with at least two men In her The whale was still at hand lying very quiet but Reared ho would soon be aroused and attack us In turn and I slczcd the galley door paddling away to get out of his reach While doing this a squall came down hanging on for 20 minutes or more and when It had passed I could eee nothing of the whale or the boatThat afternoon I was picked up by toe American whaler Shooting Star She already had our yawl which she had found bottom up but bad nob seen any of the men nor met with wreckage I was the only one saved and but for my testimony the fate of the ship would forever Nave re- maIned a mystery As to why the whale attacked us was mado more clear after my rescue The star had raised and chased him the evening before and he hall been gal lied or aunoyea so often during the month past that be had become ugly lie came for us with the intention of tending the ship to tho bottom and succeeded only too well In carrying out his purpose Philadelphia Press Fancy That First Old SportIn the spring a young mans fancy lightly turns to Second Ditto My boy Iro eeea em do It and como fs last THE TWISTING SNAKE OldFashioned Toy Which la Just aa- Fascinating1 to the Children aa Ever Here is a paper toy for nimble fin gers to make It Is called the twist ing snakeat feast thaVs what our grandfathers used to call it years ago agoTo make It cut a circular piece of cardboard about four inches across THK SNAKE MAilKI4t701TM1IiCUTTINO mark oft the dotted lines as in Fig 1 with a pencil and cut along them with a sharp scissors says tho New York Herald Fasten a knitting needle or a stiff wire that looks like ono to some kind ot a standard that will hold lit steady Perhaps mother will glvo n THE SNAKE COME TO LIFE you some very thin wire hairpins for this stand Carefully press a little dont or socket In the cardboard near tho end of the tall o In Fig 2 and rest tho spiral on the knitting needle Place the snako on the radiator and see tho hot air mako him wriggle and twist CAPTURED EAGLE The Exciting Time Two Ohio Bays Had in Lacsooing the Bird of Freedom Two Ohio boys armed with a lasso captured a golden eagle the other after an interesting struggle with darI bird Tho boys are the sons of ward Franks says the Cincinnati Commercial Tribune They were play- Ing in the yard of their home when the great bird swooped down end listed on the back fance A hurried search for a gun was unfruitful and as the bird seemed disinclined to leave other measures were employed by the boysSomebody suggested a lasso and finally a noose of clothes line was cast about the bird and he was captured after A sharp battle It In said that the eagle probably flow so high that he encountered ex tremo cold and was unable toTeilit it Ala rule the eagle Is hard to approach It rarely comes near a house unless In pursuit of game Keeping It from Her Little Alice much disturbed begged her mother not to let remarks be made about her doll when It was present because she said t have been try Ing all her ICe to keep Dollle from knowing that she U not allveDe troll Freo Press A JINGLE When the sparrow hoe a toothncH And the bluebird tears her gown And the robin falls to Bobbin If a chipmunk tumbles down That day a mole and a bat may see A cow jump over a driedapple tree A GREAT TRAVELER Daddy lmgcgs it ij only a stjp Ifo North ILes to South Annrlav Chlca l aw INO SMASHING OF TARIFF I Protection Will Continue to Bring I Prosperity v the Amer lean People The chairman of the ways and means committee meets the issue raised by RepreseutaUve McCall of Massachus etts with regard to the revision ol tho tariff at this session of congress Mr McCall in n letter to Chairman Payne alludes to conversations ho has had concerning tariff alterations in which he has explained the attitude ot Re publican members of the Massachusetts delegation and has called attention to tho declaration of the Massachusetts Republican state convention Mr Mc call says the Troy Times explains that while the Republicans of his state have affirmed their unswerving adher ence to the policy ot protection and are opposed to any changes that may tend to depress American Industry or lower American wages they arc of tho opin ion that certain schedules might bo modified with beneficial effect and Mr McCall holds that this position Is con sistent with tho principles embodied In the Republican national platform j Mr Payno raising no question as to the sincerity of the Massachusetts Re publicans avows his own sympathy with the announcement In the nation al platform that there shall be readjustment of duties only when condi tions have so changed as to demand luch alteration The question is whether such a contingency at the platform contemplated has arista In his view and in that of the majority of his Republican colleagues in tho house of representatives upon whdm must rest tho responsibility ot action tho tlmo has not arrived when a general revision of tho tariff shall bo underta ken The ease is thus stated While tbero Is a minority of Republican mem bers who concur that the tariff should be amended In some few Items there Is a smaller minority who believe that any effort to change the tariff should be entered upon at tho preaenl scuba of congress Mr Payne takes occasion to mention the abuse and misrepresen tation to which tho Dingle tariff law has been subjected and against which it has been vindicated by its results The statement Is tantamount to a declaration that there will bo no med dung with the tariff for the present and there can be little doubt that this decision will receive the hearty acqui escence of the great bulk bt the Ameri can people They do not want the tar iff smashed It they did they would have plainly Indicated their wishes In the lost election On the contrary the people omphaslzcd their preference for protection und their hostility to any breaking down of the barriers raised against foreign competition on our own markets threatening our Industrial prosperity and our wage schedules The country U busy and prosperous made ofiI ENORMOUSIflanking Business of Last YeAr Shows the Virtues of Protective I Tariff Our bank clearings during the calen dar year 19M were not only the greatest in our history bat show a most ro markable gain over any preceding year The total amounted to the vast turn of 413874902568 This Is 31 000000000 moro than the preceding year and more thn 25000COO000 in excess of any previous yia When It Is considered says the American Econ omist that our average annual bank clearings under the WiltonGorman tariff were only about 150000000000 It will be seen what wonderful strides our business transacilcns havo taken since the Dingley law wont into effect Should our clearings for tho present year continue as they have begun they will exceed 2uOOOOOOO000 the clear ings for January being = 10321500279 theImonth preceding rec ordsIt seems probablo that the clearing for 1906 will be four times as large as those for 1898 only ten years previous We are now doing Just four time the business we were doing under free trader It would be folly yes n crime to Interfere with a tariff that brings such results Coming Easy Another blow to the pessimists The treasury statement covering the opera tions for February shows that the fiscal year now has p surplus of more than 1000000 The deficit has disap peared and for tho first time In two years receipts aro greater than ex penses The recent shortage Will due to extraordinary payments Including thoso on account of the Panama canal and tho ready assailants of the admin istration made the mistake of assuming that the deficit had come to stay and of course attributed it to that dreadful Dingley law But the tariff act Is working all right the money is coming In faster than It Isgolng out land Uncle Sam Is on Easy street thank you Troy TimesIC7f the story that Mr Bryan hart become a conservative will not bring him home from Asia nothing can Kansas City Star 17Judge Parkers suggestion of a southern man for tho presidency Is not updcnuocrt to be premonitory of a Yardnmnn boom Milwaukee Sentinel cvTlm more one studies the trade relations of tho United States and Ger many the clearer does It become that the latter country will never provoke a tariff war and that the threats we beard not long ago were the sheerest bluffing St Paul Pioneer Prose nn nnnnnn OTHER SIDE OF THE BAR Why the Saloonkeeper oa One Side Wore Diamonds and the Cue tomer Ned None A gentleman of my acquaintance Given to the excessive uso of strong drink recently gave up the habit that was hurrying him to destruction and has become a most temperate man Noticing the change that had come over the man and his family within tho past five months I ventured to ask him what bad led him to give up tho habit JIll answer Is a good argument against the rum seller Said he It was my custom In going to my work every morning and coming home from my work In the evening to drop some money over tho countorfor drinks 1 had been doing this for years but seldom taw the proprietor as bo was asleep when I called at hU place in the morning and at hU meals When I cams In the evening Ono day I mot him behind the bar his clerk having suddenly been taken ill In his cravat I noUced a magnificent diamond pin As he handed mo the gloss over the bar I noticed a costly his 1 mond ring on his finger From his watch chain hung a charm that spar kled with diamonds How is It I asked that you can wear such expensive diamonds and I cannot Friend said the saloon keeper you Ire on tho other side ot lthe bar It makes all the difference In the world on what side of the bar a man may be The man who goes Into a saloon never gets on the side ot the bar where the money is made man who buys drinks la on the IhtIaide of the bar The man who his money for rum would throw it Into tbe Atlantic betterIThere would then bo a chance being washed up end doing ome good The man who spends his money for rum gets nothing In return Tho man who pays his hardearned money to the bartender when his fam ily U starving is a rute of the low oat type and will only receive tho reoiward ot hell No drunkard can enter Ute Kingdom ot Heaven Young man look out for the other side of the bar N Y Observer A WOMANS SAD PLAINT II What Have I Done She Cried sor That I Should Be Used SAid a forlorn woman whose ap peamnee gave assurance of poverty IJand suffering while she covered her eyes no longer capable of shedding teen The fountain was dried sp Used how I asked UfIpolnt J ing to a rurasoiler living In Chestnut fIIOtOil the curses which overhung his own guilty head and on his family shame that neither toll nor team can wipe aWAY and now that husband Is In the grave with no one to weep for him or console bU wife and children My son caught the spirit and tot lowed tho example of his father was enticed by the same rumsollor and drained ot all that ho could earn as supply till be came back upon me not a son but a useless carcase qmlekoned with the spirit of A fiend and has ended his career not In death bu crime at the thought of which I can not hold up my head widowed child less and old Ohl God what kayo I done that I should be used not Our hearts melted over this picture of woo as we exclaimed God will not allow the cry of the widow to go unheard or her cause unavohred- Alaal for the man whoso buslnet calls him to such res90nilblJltyNa1tlonal Advocate England Drink Bill In comparing tho drink 1111 of England and Wales with the amount contributed to foreign missions an English paper rays that tile amount raised for rotations In 1904 was 1600000 the amount spent for drink In the same year was f8Hp3GOOOjThe amount raised for foreign mis stone In the whole Protestant world during 1904 did not exceed 20000000 That is England and Wales spent 42 times as much for drink as all dProtestantism cave for foreign mill stone The drink turned men at homo s Into heathens and the minions turned r4 heathen Into I ChrUtlans Tbe Ad vance THIS IS NO JOBS I What is your Im a builder ladydOh what have you bulltr See ludy there used to be a little pub at the bottom of that ere hill an now its a magnificent hotnl Well I hcijic to buldt Jt mum j gars cs GRAFTS FOR FRUIT TREES How the Various Kinds Are Performed and the Best Time to Do the Work Grafting u the att of bringing to gether the parts of two plants that they will unite Usually a portion of the last years growth of one plant with a length of four or five Inches called n eclon ls united with unother Plant called the stock either on the root at the collar or on the trunk or branches Grafting may bo employed for several purposes 1 To repro duce noneccdbtarlng varieties or those that do not come true from seed 2 to Increase the vigor or hardiness of wonk and tender sorts 3 to bring alow bearing kinds Into earlier fruitfulness HJ to change varieties Grafting U severally performed at the beginning of the seasons growth M that time dormant buds can bo pro dueKd and although the union would take plaro more quickly after the sap bowmen thickened the chance of fail ure will be greater at that time owing to the evaporation from the leaves The method employed depends to some ex 1tent upon the size and kind of tree which It Is to bo used the form commonly used upon small trees U known as tho whip or tongue Kraft It U especially adapted for root grafting Fig 1 The stock 1 Is cut off at an angle and a shaving of the bark and wood Is removed from the lower side of the end a tongue Is then cut near tho sad The scion Is pro j pared by cutting off the lowor end so that the expound surface will bo about J Slr 1 hoot Whip II 2 toot en- draft 1 root z Graft 1 eR Z IIptete oaten I a mplete- RraL Kraft one Inch long 2 In the middle of this a tongue Is qut The tongues on the Block and scion are then fitted to 1gethor so that the Inner bark on ono the scion will be In contAct with that on tho some side of the stock The graft should then bo bound firmly together 3 This may bo aon either with waxed twine paper or cloth These are prepared by dipping the string or cloth in melted grafting wax and In the case of paper by applying the wax with a brush The twine answers for root grafts but the paper or cloth should bo used where tho gratis aro above ground unles grafting WAX Is used with the twine For stemgruftlng this method succeeds best whore the stocks are from one fourth to Obalr Inch In diameter The salon nhoold bo about three Inches long with n bud near the end as lu Figs 1 2 When used for root grafts too scions nhbnld be five Inches In length sad the root about four inches From a good seedling two stocks for root grafts cat be obtained The e grafts are made during the winter and are then tied in bundles and packed in sand in a cool cellar By spring a perfect unIon will hue formed and a callous will appear at the lower end of the root from which rootlets will soon appear alter the loot graft has been planted Althougn not in common ute ft form known as veneer grafting bas much merit for small stocks either for root or stemgrafting It is shown In FIg 2 the ports being the same as In the illustration of whip grapting Its merit comes from the fact that earl bium surface only is exposed which I makes it possible for a more perfect union to tlako place than when the jillh is exposed ns in tonguegrafting renter care Is requited however to Ifflug the parts into the close contact secured la order to at I 1whlcJunuBtbe as Ornaments make good ornaments lawn In front ottheI farmtiouse JTho weeping varieties of AfterItun low I Homo Plot of Horseradish A home plot of borsoradlsh If sl ways desirable Mafe with pure yin 2egar and eaten in moderation this condiment is recommended to pro mote appetite and aid digestion A plot of rich 4eeply spaded ground Ihrco or four feet square will supply enough roots for a largo family r t Hollow barn and wolf in the tall are common names for poor care An ani mal with a full belly will not mire tbejo trouble j MULCHING REESIUse of Stable Manure Productiveness of Apple reel In a recent issue of the Formers Review I mentioned tbe matter ol mulching apple trees newly set oivo hillside writes a Floyd county lafarmer The editor calls attention to tho fact that I did not mention the material but suggests tit I probably meant horse manure U was quite natural that I should omit the men tion of the material though Wit omis slon was unintentional We five In the edge of a small city and not more than half a mile from till the stable manure we can possibly use We can have It for simply drawing it and sometimes we are even helped to load It Thero are cases where the owners of this homo manure have paid ten cents a load to have it hauled away This gives us plenty of fine mulching material If however we were out four or five miles from town tho neat ter of mulching or cultivating would bo a very different one I seldom fall to mulch my orchards every season I begin In the fall ad soon na the ground la frozen a few Inches deep and put on the mulch throughout the winter and till the ground begins to thaw In tho spring I have done very little cultivating since tho severe les sons taught me In the winter of 18846 Now I aim only to keep the ground tree from grass for about a yard around encl trunk When I find a tree heavily set with fruit I try to cover tho ground thor oughly under such tree and tho richer the material used In tnls mulching the better I never saw on apple tree snake too much growth either the year It bore heavily or the next As long as our trees are grown on tender roots I hold to grass rather than the burn mil I think this better than the con stant and laborious task of cultivation I also wish to say that while manure a foot deep around the trees may be all right a halt foot of horso ma nure will do It is not always easy to get enough horse manure to mulch a foot deep- GRAIN SMUT TREATMENT Method of n Dakota Fanner in lInn dUng the Seed Which Has Been Treated J II Wilkinson in the Dakota Farmer gives the following method of handling wheat when treated lor n smutI have seen wheat treated for smut AUHANQKUBNT OF TKOUQHS AND Tuna by sprinkling and shoveling on a barn floor by dipping with a perforated scoop In n trough by filling a barrel with wheat then pouring on the mix tureand alter soaking iQtttng the water ort through a vent then emptying the wheat out and drying it also by usIng the wagon tank method but tho quick eat safest and most successful method is as follows Take two boards 16 feet long and one foot wide and make two troughs eight feet long Cut a kero acne barrel In halves to make two tubs Set these tubs on the granary floor nearly eight feet from a wall see Illustration and nail one end of trough to wall about six Inches above top of tub Put a concave sixInch board un der each trough to strengthen it and carry oft leak Use gunny sacks and dip one bushel at a time letting grain remain In mixture about two minutes Six tacks can be set in each trough and wUl quickly drain so as to set on floor In this manner I have dipped grain early in the morning and sowed In an ordinary seeder after dinner without removing grain from sacks to dry I have always mad tho solution stronger than recommended FARM NOTES A man should have cool judgment to run a gasoline engine properly- It does not pay to have the pastures fed too closely as that produces tots sodAn acre of potatoes well cultivated is more profitable than two acres halt neglectedNo farmer can succeed when the entire spirit of the family Is for Dm and easy living A thincod In the pasture means that the grass Is drawing plant food only front tho soil near the surface Kentucky blue gross and Canadian blue gross make a good mixture for pasturage as they mature at different times Dairy Produce According to an estimate made by Prof McKay of Iowa the value of dairy products Id the United States is about J700000000 that of butter alone I300COOOOO This is an enormous burfnoss but It Is growing every year Thom is never a question of demand Tho ally problem Is the supply Now caet you try this year to crowd the manure n little closer try to grow more or ewe acres and sow some such crop ns cow peas on the poorer sotii SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Jesus the Sinners Friend Inter national Sunday School Lee son for April 22 LESSON TEXTLuke 71650 Memory rente 4- 7QCLDKN TEXTThjr faith hault TIME During the same period of Jciirf raved thee go In peaco Luke 780 ministry u that of Ut lesson In mlddl of aecond year PLACEIn some town In Galilee pen haps In Capernaum- IICmPTURAL nEFEUENCESJeiU relations to InntnMatt lSl 1524 WU II Luke 811 J2i 556 1910 John J16 17t 114 42 619 Jesus relations to Pharisees Matt S20 91114 14 1217 14 U 89 Ul 20 16111 UI 214146 21150 23133 Luke 111741 141 John 11 Comment and Suggestive Thought- V 36 And one of the Pharisees Simon by uamev 40 The Phart see was not a convert to Christs dot trlno I V 37 Behold The opening words imply that hocpreaence created su- rprlseInt Crlt Com A woman In the city Probably Capernaum per hops Nain or Magdala Whlch was a sinner A notorious character u tho Greek Implies When she knew that Jesus sat at meat tier presence there is explained by the oriental cue toni of strangers passing In and out of a house during a meal to see and guestsI box Just an we call a drinking vessel made of glass n glass Pliny compares vessel to a closed rosebud thesoI I V 38Aud stood was ills feet Thanks to thee mot biassed sinner thou hast shown the world n safe enough place for sinners the feet of Jesus which spurn none reject none repel none and receive and admit allDemnrJ And did wipe them with the hairs of her head With a touch she looses the hair which it was shame ful to let down In public and with tho ingenuity and abasement of love mukM it a toweIC Alexander Main laren And kissed ills feeL The verb Is a compound one expressing tenderness of regard And anoint od them with the ointment Thla was tho one act she had corns of set purpose to do V HHI entered Into thine house As an invited guest to wnom tho boat should have shown at least tho com mon courtesies V 46 Thou garnet mo no kiss To receive a guest at the present day without kissing him on either chces I as he enters Is a marked sign of con empt or at least a claim to a much higher social position Tristram V 40 My head with oil thou dldit not anoint N This also was an ordi nary token of respect i V 33 The Pharisee spake with- In himself Not daring to utter his thought aloud but very likely proclaiming it In his sneering coun tenance This man if ho were a prunkot Not the worst thing ha could havo thoughtExpos Greek Test I V 40 Jesus answering tho unspoken thought and so proving lira prophetic insight We almost see the haUl smile flickering on Uio Toast ers lipsPulpit Commentary i V 4f There was a certain creditor t Rather moneylender See It V Which had two debtors Tho creditor is Christ the two debtors ari Simon and the womanW M Tay lor D D i V 42 And when they had nothing to pay And told the creditor so It implied That Is the plight of every sinner Nothing In my hand I bring He frankly Freely omitted In the n V Forgave them both As read ily the large debt as tho small i thus the ocean of Gods love covers a mountain oSeully11 a molehill Which of them will love Him mottr Not of necessity but probably V 43 I suppose The air of lan quid Indifference with which Simon gave his judgment as If the case sup posed were too InslgnlHcant to awak en any interest in his mind shows that he had no thought of its having a reference to himself V 47 Wherefore Because her kctiona prove her true repentance Her sins whlcn are many are forgiven aa you may eee from the evi dent fact that she loved much and has been proving this love by tho 4vftds you have witnessed while you gltnon to whom little la forgiven tin Sour own selfsatisfied thought show this by loving and honoring Mo little This passage docs not teach that lore is the ground of forgiveness but Its result V 48 Thy elns are forgiven Christ has been talking with Simon sad In largo philosophic terms which the woman might not understand Ho would tend her awdy with the comfort 9f this plain direct assurance V 49 Who is thjs that even for rlveth sins Notice that Christ ea quick to answer Slmons evil thought of the woman pays no attention to this evil thought of Himself as If Ha were a blasphemer V 60 Thy faith hath saved thee This saying Is an Indirect answer vi the cavil of v 49 No word of mine but thy faith tenth saved the The Heart of tho Lesson Tne condemnation of sinners car rite with It the condemnation of ourselves Christ has turglvcneza ready for all kinds of sinners lie was ns wlilnj to forgive tho Pharisee his pride as the Womnn her Impurity A little chU naked his mother if he could say what ho liked to God yr s said sht Then he prayed Dear God ov me wizen Im naughty rhrlst wants tu ui snow oar lovo tr Him There Js no bitter way oIshowing it than to tell others uOfftt Christ and H 3 lovo for them GREATEST OF ALL ARMIES I Germany Can Put in the Field Eight Times the Strength of Japan The German army of today Is tho largest and most efficient fighting ore ganization that the world has ever teen and It has served as a model for Iho armies of most other countries The Austrian army has been organized an methods copied exactly from the German system The Japanese army also took Its methods In organization as well as in strategy and tactics from Germany and German officers The Chinese army has now adopted German methods Nearly all the smaller countries of Europe with aspirations to military efficiency have borrowed of I ficers froir the German army to Instruct their troops The Turkish army was so organized In tho recent war the largest forces met which had ever opposed one an other in any conflict The Gorman army however could put In tho field t perfectly equipped military force eight times larger than the victorious Japanese army which gained the bat tie of Mookden It consists of more than 4000000 soldiers But in addition to 4000000 trained soldiers Germany could equip 6000000 more men who although not trained for service in the lighting line would nevertheless form a valuable reserve for the protection of lines of communications and such duties A large number of these ro serves have had at least some military training and In case of necessity could serviceloitertary exercise Thus the stupendous number of 10000000 ablebodied men imperialItho statement that all Germany Is an campI emperor who In times of peace shares the authority over the army with his fellow German sover Signs the kings of Bavaria Saxony and Wurtemberg becomes in time of war supreme and commanderInchIef or war lord of the entire military forces of tho empire The standing army of Germany con slats approximately of 600000 mon Nearly half of this number pass out of the standing army every year and are replaced by an equal number of fresh recruits Germany thus produces year by year more than 250000 trained sol diers Tho first reserve consists ap proximately of 1700000 men of whom 900000 are in tho second class VThe Landsturm consists of 600000 men making a grand total of 4000000 The organization of the army Is as simple as it is efficient The unit of organization in the Infantry is the section consisting of 20 men under the command of a corporal Two soc tions form the semidetAchment or 40 men under the command of a ser geant Two semldetachmeuts form a detachment of 80 men under the command of a lieutenant Three detachments form a company of 240 men under a captain Four companies mako a battalion of 960 men under a major Three battalions form a regi ment under a colonel and two regi ments form a brigade under the com mand of a major general The army corps which Is the largest military unit consists of two OJ three divisions First Need Whenever I hyah a man stahtln to tell what de country needs eald Uncle Eben I know dat down in his heart hes got it figured out dat de countrys mos partlclar demand is him in an office Washington Star Shuttlecock Famine There is a shuttlecock famine in Eu rope and players of Badmington are therefore In trouble The cause of the famine is a strike in tho Paris shuttlecock factory the only place at which the toys are produced Gathering Curios Taking advantage of the present hard times in Russia a large number of dealers In bricabrac and antique furniture are busy in Russia Visiting the homes of the nobility and making bargain purchases MARKET REPORTS ClnrinnallApril 14 CATTLEPalr to good 50 Heavy steers K 10 u 6 40 CALVKSKxtra 12 O II W IIOQ8 Choice packer 0 6 70 Mixed packers f f K- SUKKPKxtrii Ii 6GI 5 75 T AMDSBprlnc S 11 00 IOUIt8prlng patent 4 4S ifCOHSNo M 4S S nvuNo 2 esiiw 65 IIAItLBYNo 2 spring CO 65 HAY Choice timothy 14 SO 4tH 75 1OHKClear mesa 10 DO 01075 LARDlrlme 0 S3 UUTTGRCholce dairy ft 11 K Choice creamery O 23 ILK8Cholce per bbl GOO q 6 EC 9TOUACCONew13 M 00 Old 4 CO C14 75- CII iCAG- OFLOURWinter patent 140 O S 9- 0WIiEATNo 2 mi 00 sty No3 red 75 4v IIU CORNNO muea u u OATSNo 2 mixed W S- IlYUNo 2 choice 62 U 6- 3ICmK Mess prime 16 CO W10 05 IiARU Prlmo steam OSCS- NKW YORK FIOtinVlnl patent 394 f114 2- iWHBATNO 2 red o w- CORNNO 2 mixed to ta OATSNO a- HYKUeiteril mixedtP 13 POIlKMeM prime 175 Ml W- IAlH lTlme steam SCO tI 03 tlALTIMORB- WHEATNO 2 red o 85 CORNNO 2 mixed tew K CATTLE 8teer 100 U 4 50 11003 Good to choice 700 015IOUIHVHIB- WHEATNO 2 rid o go CORN No 3 white y OATSNO s mixed to S4- iv ItiMdas prime I3 S- OJARD Prim steam Q 7 75 INUrANAPOUS rATTLE Prime steers CSS O 8 7a HOi JSOood in choice 6 49 U S G- OBHJKPHet grade 400 OS M Berea CollegeFOUNDED 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students rem 2t States largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENCETwo years Course wltb agriculture for young men and Domestic Sciencofor young ladles TRADE SCHOOLSCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years NORMAL COURSES For teachers Three courses leading to County Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma ACADEMY COURSESFour years fitting for College for business and for life COLLEGE COURSESLiterary Scientific Clanaical leading eBaccalaureate degrees MUSIC Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We aro here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks may Q brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 24 25 Fall term opened September 13 Winter term opened January 3 and Spring term will open March 21 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congrega Honalieta Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations e For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky ee N JtItlJeJJHYJ e 1 RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Ii Phone 188 Richmond Ky j 9 CUT FLOWERS t DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS 1- I +o+O +O +O+0 +O +O+O +0+O+0+o+o+o+o+o+o+o 00 00+0+o+o 1 THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON 1 Is here and housewife wants one or morei Iiit will surprise you how well and how reasonably we can ti supply your wants IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD 0 New Florence Drop Top Boll Bearing Sewing JA 330 and 735 worth S50 160 and Z Machineei i CRTJTCHER EVANS o 0 Jopllni Old Stand Richmond Ky Da Phone 78 Night FboBl 47M o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+on+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+ooo+o+o+o Carriage Satisfaction Here Buggies Phaetons Runabouts Surries Traps Durable c t0 M Graceful Useful Comfortable Stylish btyfinishcarrlllKts invBllably gives bUyt1118NOWWt repaint rapalr and rtlrGet our pricesiKENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS Co F HIGGINS Prop RJdaeIx L Madison County Roller Mills WoIl4 Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD RUST Roller Floor will be bard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON te another Excelled Ffar I1bbl iPPIO Potts Duerson 4 Whka Suttee Ky I I I II F = der fAlso 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 fort Boys 200 and 175 for Youths The reputation of W L Douglas slices for style comfort and wear it known gverywhera throughout the world They have to give better tatiifactlon than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wtir en expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can Insure a perfect fit inspection inv- itedCOYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY nmiiHH 11111I111 J 1111111 n 11111 J 11111111 J 1111111 Berea and Vicinity i i 1 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 0 0 r 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 I 11 I 1 1 I 1 I An eastern publication offered a prize of 250 for the best essay on What Constitutes Success Mrs A J Stanley of Lincoln Neb received tJIB prizo What she wrote appears m Ideas this week We are indebted to Mr Clark of tho College for the clipping Mr and Mrs A M Canfield of Litchfield 0 are visiting their son Mr C N Canfield this week Who was that fellow who bet that tho Faculty wouldnt get a run Wednesday f Mrs I B Baker with called to Lexington on account of the sickness of her granddaughter Christppher Eddie Gillen of pneumonia Note so large a demand for Arnica and witch hazel this week If necessary however The Citizen will furnish weekly quotations on those articles Mrs Harry S Hickey of Arcola Ills wnnts to know whore she can get old fashioned beer seed Any one who can supply her will do har a favor by lotting her know or by sending to tho Citizen Mrs G M Patterson and daugh ter Helen of Lancaster were the guests of Professor and Mrs Dodge over Sunday AtissiHelen Kneeland returned with Mrs Patterson for a short visit Mr Richard Kimbrell has met with a serious loss this Spring A valuable work nude got caught in the manger and was strangled one night a short time ago B N Foley late of Lauren Is La has returned to Kentucky and will countyCigarettes conducive to success in base ball any more than in nnyother lino of ath defies Mr Lewis find family have moved from Jackson street to a property controlled by Prof Marsh back of Ladies Hall The Berea Real Estato and Im provement Company have put a neat wire fence along some of their property on Jackson street This with the trimming up of fruit trees has materially helped as one colored brother put it to make that end of Jucknon street spectful A great improvement is being made on the house situated on the nitrecently purchased by the Cem etery Association It presents quite a respectable appearance now is is only the beginning of Improvements in other directions at the Cemetery Wo have made arrangements by which we are able for a short time to give the Southern Home a magazine for tho home and the farm to each old subscriber who will pay ar rears and put his subscription for ward at least six months Or we will give the magazine instead of a premium picture to each new sub scriber for tho next month The Southern Homo is a dollar magazine but wo will give it outright to new I 4 jrI 1 64 44 is 4 rrr subscribers and old ones who Will fulfil the above conditions Do notI wait for the offer isJimitedIWednesday was a great day ini Berea There was an avalanche of ice cream andan amazon of 1aI water going at Porters drug This was being sold all day by Y M C A boys of the College fo the benefit of the association There won a band concert also on Main street from 700 to 000 p m Mr Cleaton joint editor of the Kentucky Issue tho official organ of the Kentucky Law and Order was in town this week He receiedI about 50 subscriptions to his papSr with more to follow Mr Cleaton is I giving his time to his work until tho Issue can be made to pay a proper salary to its editors Every printing office has whttt is known as a Hell box where old plates worn out type etc are thrown until they are tOld The editorial office has a similar box or di werIwhere uncollcctablo bills This might bo called Plirgatory for it is there that the characters of de linquent advertisers and subscribers stayuntil they are redeemed by the IItbewise good men beat tho printer- J P Bicknoll has sold the west side of his store to the partition wallf tend the land back of it to R H Chrismau Mr Bicknell retains only the corner store building It may be of interest to our subscribers to know I that Mr Bicknell is selling largo quantities of Progress Fertilizer bothr for cash and on time All teachers who can possibly do so should plan to go for tit least a day to the Conference for Education in the South the ninth annual meet ing of which will be held in LexingIton May 21 This is one great educational meetings of the country and it will not soOn be so near again The exorcises this year will be of the most practical character and will have direct on ofthebourlThoseonco sey Laxingtouf for information as to entertainment etcIA son of Mr Gillian the gentleman who has charge of the County poor furm was killed in u drunken brawl at Union a few days ago and was buried in the Cemetary hero Tuesday According to all the young man was killed reportsI ing to make peace between his companions It seems to have been auQther case of Poor Trnyf See the College Farm advertiso ment of first class fertilizers Buy nome and see your crops grow Bed rock prices TO CUUU A COLD IN ONE JAY Take WXATJVR BROMO Quinine Tablets Druggists refund If it f to cure K W GROVES signature I on each box eye BASEBALL Lovers of This Sport in Sere a Are Favored With Two Good Games The Cds of ASlGeltlenI Saturday saw a rattling good game between the Normal depart meat nud the rest of tho Collogo A expectedbuts gamo was substituted to the entire satisfaction of the crowd Victory was with the Normals Wednesday witnessed another game which camo in the nature of a surprise to many of the fans here abouts The Town Boys played the Faculty and with the exception of tho first two innings when the Fac ulty team put up a game of which 14 year old cubs might well be ashamed there was fairly good ball playingTown boys went first to hat and put four runs over the homo plate i the first and eight in tho second in ningsThe Facultys turns at the bat were not productive of runs until about the third whoa they succeeded in getting one poor lonely tally Front that on however the hlcult braced up and only allowed lb Town Boys six more runs Innings after innings both sides failed to score and the final swore was 18 to 10 in favor of the Town Boys The line up follows Faculty Ibaltion Cltlitni Britton pitcherJackson SpinkScaleDick2d base Burdutte stopFishCanfield May right field Norman Bowler center field Wolf Fujkorson left field Racer Doctors Davis and Cowley offic iated 01 umpires and though most orI their decisions were just some were wide of the mark and there is quite umpireswon College flirt Club and Orrhr tm Conrvrt The College Glee Club and Or chestra gave an open concert at the Chapel Tuesday night which asI greatly enjoyed by all present It reflected great credit upon both the boys and Professor Rigby and Miss Campbell whose patient enthusiastic work has made such a concert pos belongrSehctkm from Ftotew Open llarthaTobaai Oreh est raIComrade III Arm Glee Club Flow Oeutlr Dew DuctJ tarry xtgryMrsiUrrlngton Oleetclu Selected SimpsonSong It anning CubOiehetea Selected College S4tuC Sekettd Ciee Club Th Women Club A number of ladies met with Mrs Dinsmore Tuesday evening for the purpose or organizing club Ten were present Mrs Dinsmore was elected president Mrs Tupper vice president Mrs Lindsloy secretary Mrs Cartmoll corresponding secre tory and Mrs Lewis treasurer These officers are also to act as an executive committee Meetings will enjoyI little nociiil life in Berea and anything that encourages the growth of life among the housewives of the community will be a blessing See the College Farm advertise mont of firstclass fertilizers Buy some and see your crops grow Bod prices gaveIv toItares emulsion butter put In shape for digestion Cod liver oil is extremely nourishing but It has to be emulsified before we can digest Ita Scotts Emulsion combines the best oil with the valuable hypo phosphites so that it is easy to digest and does more good than the alone could That makes Scotts Emulsion the most strengthening nourishing food medl cine in the world Send for freo sample SCOTT do BOWNE Chemists 409416 Pearl Street Now York COo and 100 All druggist r San Francisco in Flames As a result of several earthquake shocks a fire broke out Wednesday in San Francisco and the Press dispatches say that the dead from the earthquake and till fire may number thousands People are strtig going at tho ferries to leave tho city Tho entire water front is in a blaze The business section has boon com pletily demolished Owing to tho sanity of water the fires are prno tically beyond control Buildings are being blown up in Train attempt to stop the progrcai of tho Names Earthquake shocks continue nt ir regular intervals Wr l llng Aiinlvmmry Wednesday was the twentythird anniversary of tho marriage of Mr and Mrs Qrosvenor of tho College Printing Department It was also Mr Grosvenors birthday A taw bybeingwork at night to congratulate him 1Dnd Mrs Grosvenor nnd wish them I many happy returns A bountiful supper was spread and a good time enjoyed by all By the way it should bo of interest in the land of colonels to know that milPleredo Mr Groivenor has the right to bo I OOmmll1I011I I Major and Mrs Grosvo nor may they live long nud prosper j Cullrttw IornU Mr Cabot and son of Boston are visiting the College this week Ira McLaren n former student of bookktOperInbe in charge It is expected that Mr McLarens influence at the hunt of things will tend to give a unity to the bookkeeping of the several do partmentsMr is again meeting his classes The sermon of Itev Dr Cook at greatlylucid speaker We shall bo glad to bear him again Fred McClish is working at the railroad shops in Corbin Ky Theodore Paulson a student in Berea in 10023 is now attending school in ludianola Ind He is thinking of returning to Berea not fall The Superintendents Conference will be held this week through Thursday Friday nnd until Saturday noon A good attendance is expected A Full account of the Conference will be given next week A banquet will be given by the College to tho visitors and the Convocation Thursday night The Y M C A boys are snjd to have cleared 50 at the soda foun tain Wednesday t lMuulon Union va Item Knppn The annual open debate between the Union and the Beta Kappa aced eties took place in the Chapter room nightUnionCarl Kirk Edward Witt and Wm Hoskins and Beta Kappa by Messrs Chits Treadway Whittemore Boggs und Harry Miller The discussion was on the resolution That hum gration to the United States should be upholdingKappa the negative The debate was quite interesting the trays showing that they haul put preparation advantage from the start the debaters on that side speaking with a readi ness and vim that carried tho house rcprlfl6ntatiVC8 way was unfortunate in losing control of himself and Jorgetting the thread of his argument tho in the closing of his speech ho regained his controland showed what he do under favorable circumstances The others on tho negative did bettor but seemed to lack the verve of those on the affirmative If tho writer might criticise it would be on the weakness manifest ed by both sides in rebuttal quite a number of fine opportunities to score being neglected by both affirmative and negative On the whole how over it was a very interesting debate nd showed that this form of contest- is not entirely of the past The de cision a unanimous one in favor of the affirmative was received with much enthusiasm and with no pro test Dr Cowley presided with dignity and graceiA Russian loan which huug fire during tho disturbances of a few weeks ago is now being negotiated- on very fair tonne Franco is said to have taken 230000000 pf tho 400000000 loan and the united States will take 25000000 Fertilizer C C Ithodus soils fertilizer too A good stock of a good article Sue him before buying S Grand Soda Fountain fc Qa 8l Opening 8 iWednesday April 18th we hold our annual Fountain Opening an event you cannot afford to miss The entire soda sales that day will be donated to the Y M C A of Berea Y M C A boys will be in full charge of the Fountain Come enjoy yourself and help the cause The Porter Drug Co fiNCORrORATCD +O +0+o+c+o +o +o+o+O +o+o +o +o +o +o +o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o + o +oi 0- o + I At the UptoDate Grocery i t = YOU CAN BUY a t ttht very beat and freshest goods I got them fresh two orftimes n week no stuff that has been on hand u tStnndanl Sugar CornOl12 0- to Good Flour 00 t 1BCfltBrown Sugar 0I I l I soil a complete line of tlnwnro nil kinds of staple and I fancy groceries hardware hay all kinds seed jwlalexyi and tmill feed Prompt delivery to all parts of city tt tiZt+o +o+o+o+oo+oo+o+o+o+o+o +o+o+o+o+o +ooo+o +o+o+o+ 77 pptKf I f Furniture is a Necessity K You must have it to make your home or room look nnd feel comfortable the winter There is no bettor 4for to buy than now and we have things you need Kitchen ingroom and Parlor Furniture DinIroom Suites Deakl Carpets rnShades Pictures etc W m LOUIS 0m Next to the Mill Chestnut AveWPhone 93 v 4LL EEELLEEELLtl4LL 00000000000000000000000000-o u 0- anoo v o to i 0- o o Ioand everybody wants new and U to date goods and we have them Consisting of suits for men and J 0 boys Shoes at all prices for men women and children A nice line of ladies skirts Mens and I boys hats of latest styles and a full line of mens 0 and womens furnishing goods QJU and see our t 0 spring goods befQre buying jw It i Our golden rule Trcatyour customers right if you expect their future patronage o 0ooo + o o i The New Cash Store l0 0l r RHODUS GREEN a CO PROPRIETORS o 0I o o o 0 o 0 ratio o o ooloSolto ataoSoSOSoeo ot OSOSONOtoo OIOS000II r SUMMARY OF THE- IMPORTANT NEWS Interesting Happenings That Occurred During the Past Few Days ACTION OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS Exciting Events In the United State and Foreign Countries Condensed For the Busy Reader Crime and Casualties The Eruption of Mt Vesuvius Weakened by tho weight ot sand and cinders from Mt Vesuvius tho Mt OHveto market which covered a plot of ground COO feet square fell iilion 200 or more portions of whIch 12 wore killed two mortally Injured 54 dangerously and 100 Joss scrlousl Injured Several of tho dead were frunhod nnd mangled beyond recog nltltin 1orro dot Greco has been practically deserted Communlcatlo wy rail or tramway with Torre dol Greco and Torro Annuntlatn Is in poHlblo Travel to nod from Naplc hi much hampered and a collision ro noted In tho Injury ot about 12 pai engors Gaunt hnncor following In tho wak of tho terrible outburst of Vciuvlui threatens Naples and SouthQrn Italj Tmlni cnn not run tracKs beIng hurled several feet under tho clndon MIl food supply which can not bo ro l4nlelitl li rapidly falling Thou ands of the refugee who flocked In to Naples have to bo foil Wbllo the n w8 from ML Vesuvius In rcasuurlni the contlltons at Naples are such as nutko it difficult to rualiio that cot ilitlons aro actually bettor It ii oatl nutted that COOO houses havo boen r srUy destroyed The porlod or danger has passed nnd only desolation and slowly dcclluln ninle romoln ML Vesuvius ha Mod to give any alpof lift Tito volcano stems to spent It lf In ono enormous convulsion IJI meter JIattiHiool who heroically hold tht post In lie observatory believe that the lies onrtwl and over outward Indication confirms this vlwv No more rumblings come iron tbll iiowolo of tho earth Riving torrlfyln warning to tho Inhabitants The vo l rmio is hidden behind a thick ourtal I f amok which rises from the orate notl than spreads and falls rnvolopln a vast circle In somldarkneeo Naplc Is lust hoyoBd thin circle and the clLy was bathed In sunshine while tho ugl black pall hung to the westward fire M halt midway between Rome Md Nsjrica Congressional Items The hoDse committee on nillltu t ffslrs deaniM tc Increase the gen rul aHlhoriwtlon for the rebuilding or Oi West Point military academy by flSMOOQ This will make the gala eiui of tho Improvement 7400000- Iteprceentatlvo Crumpacker Intrc ducted a bill making the coastwls hws of tko United States apply to tho ITUHppIncs on and after April 12 inoj the ditto of the expiration of tho Span tat rights under the Paris treaty A resolution providing for thu oleo then of senators by direct vote of the lrojils lisa been favorably acted upoi hy the houiio committee on election or president vice president And roproson novae In congress It also innkps thi i Tin of members ot the house foul ynsre Instead ot two Both proposl lions nro to bo accomplished bl pnwml to tho constitution The flcnnto In executive soaslont oonftrmoU thu following nominations Col Chins IL Sutor to bo brigadier naafral retired Lovrn II Allen brigadier general TJio house commlltco on insular at faire authorized a favorable report 01 the Crumpackor bill extending untl April 11 1009 tho date when coast- wise laws or tho United States shot su Into effect In the Philippines Tho hotino committee on ntul cunnli nnthorliod a favorably re port On thug yilllams resolution nskln for Information relative to tho cost andIr the countryMiscellaneous Items Peace horurs over the warring too tons that aro endeavoring to secure 4oontrol ot Zion City This statement wta 1 by the legal advlson r of lath Dr Dowlo and General Over FOfr Vollra Dowlo says he desires tc powithe Christian church whereupon h i will Issue an edict declaring that 01 of the property of Zion City 1itslong + to the church and that C per Wnt oolong to him Doyle Accord Ing to conservative estimates given out hy tho two factions this would give Dowlo 1000000 and the church flG 000000 gapt Duncan Kennedy U S N commanding the armored cruiser Colo ride which has been in Cuban waters somo tlmo died at Havana of appen dlcltleJamcfl Springer tho American vice consul nt Canlcnas died suddenly ol heart dUeaso Ho was a brother ol Vice Consul General J A Springer ol Havana Thrcu Chicago boys who produced porno dynamlto cartridges and pro ccedcd to set thorn off In a vacant lot wore mutilated for life by tho explo sion of ono of tho cartridges Theo ranged In age from 11 to U years IS The anthracite operators refuaa the mine workers proposition to have tho conciliation board arbitrate all grievances The operators made a counter proposition to have the com mission appointed by President Hoose velt In 1002 be requested to decide whether any changes In conditions It the hard coal region have occurred which require that tho award of the commission shall bo modified The anthracite mine workers offered the mine owners the choice of two propositions a resubmlsslon ol the miners original demands with two amendments or to place the wholo controversy before the strike commission Tho employers made an Informal reply In which they IntI mated that they are not likely tr accept either offer They will make ap official answer by letter and there will bo no further meetings until something develops PIttshurg coal operators who have signed the wage scale aro advertising for workmen This is partly duo tc tho fact that when a shutdown seem od Inevitable many ot the foreigners decided to visit their old homes and have not yet returned Notices have been posted by the Glen Easton Coal Co at Wheeling W Va ordering tho employes back tc work under penalty ot eviction from tho company houses and premises At a meeting ot tho textile council In Now Bedford Mass It was voted to recommend that tho different unions ask for an advance ot wages In tho cotton mills of that city It In volves 12000 workers Tho output of the Transvaal gold mines for March was 442723 ounces valued at 89324075 which constituted a now record being 12129 ounces over the previous highest monthly output I do not know how long my stay In this country will be but ot this I am sure that while hero I will try to dc Bomathlng for my fatherland says Maxim Gorky who arrived In Now YorkTho number of Invitations to the Paul Jones ceremonies at Annapolis will bo limited on account ot tho size ot the armory Brie Gen Jamos A Buchanan li command of tho department ot tin Ylsayas In tint Philippines will be ro tired MaV tIlt nt his own request A fin raged In Hello Plalno Kan doing damage to tho extent of = 200 000 Four of the principal building were destroyed and two people wore InjuredJames A Bailey the showman died at his home in ML Vernon N Y or erysipelas Tho drowmakers of Chicago have do tided to take steps to protect them selves against women who order = IiOO worth ot Faster gowns and suffer a- lapse of memory when the bill Is sent to them They will be blacklisted Looked In thirdstory room by small playmnto who ran downstairs Grace Turner 9 visiting at house of A C Ward jumped from the window A clothesline strung aorons the yard saved tho childs lire Federal Judge Maxey at El Paso Tex holds that tho secretary ot tho department of commerce and labor has no authority to order the deportation of a Chinaman who ban once gained admission buy Wilt tho Chinaman must have a court trial The president refused to pardon Dr A W Malchow formerly professor of medicine in Hamllno university SL Paul who was sentenced to servo two years In prison for sending obscene literature through tho molls D E Thompson the American am bassador In Mexico advised tho state department that conditions in tho Yaqui Indian terltory ot Mexico are Improving but It Is still unsafe for persons to go there without military escort Plans for a benefit entertainment to raise funds for tho relief of tho suffer ore from tho eruptions of Mt Vesuvius were Initiated In Chicago A statement that Maxim Gorky is very III with consumption and that ho canto to America to regain his health not to secure assistance to obtain tho freedom of Russia was mono In his behalf by an interpreter Ho will go to Colorado or California- A dinner was given to Maxim Gorky tho Russian novelist at tho homo of Mr Narodny in Now York MarK Twain And a number ot other literary notables wore among the guosts Tho American National Rod Cross announces that It will receive nnd for ward to the Italian Red Cross any con tributions tar tho relief of tho sufferers from the disaster caused by tho eruption ot Vesuvius In Italy Two bills Intended to meet tho demand of labor In tho matter of cur tailing tho use ot Injunction proceed Intro wore introduced by Representa tive Henry of Texas One prohibits federal courts from Issuing Injunctions or temporary restraining orders with out previous reasonable notice to the adverse party Tho other provides for the trial by jury In all cases of direct or Indirect contempt ot court ot 11roIItOlllllonalballoon trip from Plttsfleld Mass to Somcrs Ct covering the distance CO miles in three hours A Warsaw correspondent reports that the conflict between the Maria vito sect and tho orthodox Catholics Is Increasing In intensity A pitched bat tie In which 3000 persons participated occurred In tbtz environs of Warsaw resulting in two Catholics being killed and 30 wounded An Important stop toward tbo agreement upon a dato for tho assomblylng ot tho second Hague conference was made when Secretary Root Informed tho Russian government that the con venience1 of tho United States would be served by the selection cf any data after September 20 next A collfdlou occurred on the O R II N railroad 15 miles wont of Hunting ton Ida between two trains by which John Lilly LaG range Ore was killed another fatally hurt and four others seriously injured Willie Iioppe defeated Albert O Cutler COO to 382 and Jako Schaefer tje foaled Ora Morningstar 600 to 233 In the championship billiard tournament In New York Lasting Brabang capital of French Indo China has been almost destroyed by Ore Five hundred houses and the French school were burned No fatal sties Ire recorded P J Dalley a motorman was strick en suddenly Insane in Chicago and ran his car through a crowd of people Injuring 1C people three probably fatally He was saved from a mob by the policeOne of the sailors taken from the steamship Burrsflold in quarantine atIPhiladelphia died from what thought to bo bubonic plague Mrs John Pruitt wife ot a traveling evangelist while brooding ot her hus bands continued absence and the hardships she and her children were subjected to killed herself by taking carbolic acid at Crowder I T William K Craig a stationary erf glneer of Parkersburg W Va killed himself at a Plttsburg hotel by shoot lag In accordance with instruction from Washington which wore somo what unexpected Mr Bellamy Storci himself prosontcd his letter ot vocal as American ambassador at an officio audience In Vienna lie will make his Ironic In Paris Tho postal strike lion assumed sent ous proportions In Paris Moll vans aro being used in carrying telegrams nnd each Is accompanied by escorts at soldiers Soldiers aro guarding all post offices Alvin Smith ot Ohio who was re moved from office as United Statei consul nt Trinidad last October arrived In New York Tho cause of hit removal as announced at Wnshlngtoi was his failure to render his accounts- A sensation in church circles way caused by arrests ot alleged conspirators on the charge ot systematical robbing the Polletlor dry goods stun at Sioux City la C C Wand a grad unto of the State University of Iowa and a prominent church worker ak tempted suicide by drowning Three clerks are under arrest Corp James Tanner commanderln chief of the Grand Army of tho Re public and party was tendered a re caption by the Daughters of the Amor scan Revolution at Atlanta Oa t- It Is announced that the hearing the injunction suit ot the proprietAr7- rallroada operating in Missouri against the board of railroad nni warehouse commissioners and Attar iiey General Hadler to restrain thif enforcement of thairte law will bo commenced ln St Louis on June IL April 20 Is named as the day n which the king of Servlavllt be de throned and expelled unless he abdl catesBenjnniln D Greene and John F Gaynor wuro found guilty of conspl racy against the government present tug false claims and embezzlement in tho federal court for tho southern dls trict ot Georgia The town of Brlggs Tex was swept by a tornado and almost completely destroyed Two persons wore killed nnd 30 injured six fatally The school building was completely demolished and every business homo in town was cither badly damaged or destroyed Tho tornado was preceded and followed by a heavy rain nnd hall storm The storm extended to Kansas Injur ing a number ot persons and demol ishing several buildings at Stafford Among those appointed by Chairman Sherman ot tho republican congres sional campaign committee to act as an executive committee was Nicholas Longworth of Cincinnati The taut cruiser Pennsylvania trans ferred temporarily Into a hospital ship arrived In New York from Quanta namo Tho sick sailors and marines from the ships of the Atlantic fleet now on tho target grounds In the Carib boon wore sent north for treatment in hospitals As far ns the question of prices for labor Is concerned the scale to govern coal mining In lowc for tho next two years was completed s Thirty inches ol snow Is reportedat Bowdlo S D A Poking correspondent telegraphs tlmt while native unrest continues thorp Is an augmentation of tho feeling in the foreign community that the European and American governments aro unwlso in weakening their posi lions In eyes ot tho Chinese In case of disturbances there tho burden of tho first defense would Jail upon the AmericansA under way among bankers in New York to establish a bank with 60000 capital for the purpose of regu lating money rates and prevailing po nods of money stringency and accom panying high rates ot Interest Louis Cure tho Parisian bill 10 fill st defeated George Sutton by a score of 600 to 127 Wlllio Hoppo defeated Mornlngstar BOO to 207 Tho American Steel Foundry plant at Granite City 111 closed down be causo of a strike of 300 of tho 2800 mon employed Tho strikers demand an Increase of 10 to 15 cents a day Elslo Wood 25 was drowned In tho Potomuo river at Washington while canoeing with G IL Fry an 18 student at Georgetown university tholr boat having been overturned Jansen F Smith governor general of the Philippines who first wont to the Islands as the colonel of the First regi ment of Cnllfornla volunteers arrive at San Francisco on tho steamer Jtrt Rolla for a tow months root MOBS TERRIBLE DEED Three Negroes JIanjred and Cremated at Springfield Bio Leaders of Mob Were Not Dlsguleec Iand Worked In Full Glare of Electric Lights Mllltla Ionthe Scene j Springfield MoA mob of 3000 men on Saturday night took two negroes Horace Duncan and Jim Cope hangethemLiberty on tho courthouse and bull ti fire under them aUllckIngthey were probably Innocent ilAt 215 oclock Sunday morning William Allen a young negro was token from the county jail and lynch ed in tho public square by the earn hangetotaceTlits body of Allen later was burned to ashes as had been those of the othe negroes beneath the spot where they had been lynched I Hollowing tho dispatch of Duncai apd Copeland some one suggested that Allen and Bus Cain two other negroe known to bo In the Jail should also bo lynched The mob now bloodthlrst and wrought up to tho highest pitch 01 excitement readily took up the crr and soon the charred bonos of a thin victim lay beneath the statue of tho Goddess of Liberty Cain escaped Allen and Cain were being held upoi suspicion of having murdered O p Rnark while Duncan and Copelon were accused of assaulting Mabel Ed mondson i Their work finally accomplished tbe mob quietly dispersed But Sunda crowds augmented by hundreds cl persons from surrounding towns fide the streets making threats of further vengeance and Sunday night severe companies of slate militia ordered Ol4t by Gov Folk together with 200 deput sheriffs patrol the streets When tho mob left the jail at mid night with Copeland and Duncan U prisoners escaped In the excitement Among them was Cain But Allen wa there yet and the second mob fount him hiding under a cot Ho wa dragged out his hands were tied be hind his back a rope was put amen his neck and ho was marched down tho street to the towerIn tho square and shared tho same rage as his three com panlonsProsecuting Attorney Patterson and Sheriff Homer are said to have secured tho names of more than 100 men who took an active part In the lynch Jng Tho leaders of tho mob were Dot jdtejprtsod but worked in tho fult glare of the electric lights on tho square Prosecuting Attorney Patter- Son will ask Judge Lincoln of the crim Inal court to summons a special grand jury at once and make a most thorough investigation into the lynch- Ing EXPLOSION ON KEARSARGE Seven Men Were Killed By Catastrophe In Caribbean Sea Washington Just two years to a day later than the disaster on the Missouri and as every sailor immediately retailed on a Friday and the 13th of the month six men met death In the forward turret of the battleshl Kcnrsarge by one of those accidents which acquire additional terror for sailors because of their obscure origin and almost Impossible of prevention The Atlantic fleet the strongest squadron America has over owned luid been for weeks engaged In drill ii I the Caribbean sea culminating In the quarterly target practice This prac withtmostfire and efficiency of tho gunners But a cablegram came from Rr Adm Evans telling of a dreadful accident on the Kcarsargo Tho news came from Cnlmancra a little cable station at the mouth of Guantanamo bay GENERAL OVERSEER VOLIVA Produces Batch of Documentary Evl dence Against Dowle Chicago General Overseer Wilbur fir3tlofby which ho hopes to confound John Alexander Dowlo and his followers who are endeavoring to regain control iot Zion City The Instrument was IL letter written under date of April 13 iDOI and addressed to Dr Dowie who had been In Zurich Swllorzlnnd The letter was signed by Overseers John 0 Spelchcr Charles J Bernard and Judge V V Barnes In tho docu ment they warned Dowlo that unless he changed his ways In the manage- mentI of Zion City a clash was Incvlta tile Dr Doyle emphatically denies the story that he Intends to peacefully mottle all disputes by accepting 5 poi rent aw his share of Zion property Colored Clergy Protests To Roosevelt Chicago Tho colored clergy oil Chicago will appeal to President Roosevelt for an official luvcstl liatlon of the lynching of three mem Cars of their race at Springfield Mo- A resolution was prepared asking the resident to take action r John F WaiTh1rd Arbitrator Now York John F Wallace formerly chief engineer of the Ian imu canal has been selected as Ihb third arbitrator In tho dispute res anllng wages between tho Cran4 Trunk railway and Its engineers os- I 1 I PATh ITEMS OF INTEREST I BAD FEELING EXISTS I An Illegal Expenditure of the Countys Funds Is Alleged Owlngsrlllc Ky April nWhen the new fiscal court here came intoI being on January 1 T S Peters ex county clerk and H Sherman Good palter county attorney wero appointed a committee to investigate the fi nancial condition of tho county They made their report Tuesday night stating they had found that 7000 had been Illegally expended by tho old fiscal court This amount was drawn over and above the salaries of the members on their personal chock AtI the same meeting Horace L Lane Vas defeated for the office of county treasurer by James Shankland Ill feeling growing out of Lanes defeat trod that of John McKinnivan for poor house commissioner caused an encoun ter on the street bore between Lane and McKlnnlvaTi Knives were drawn but before they could be used the men were separated Feeling Is at fever heat between them and further trouble may result They wero formerly close friends and are related by mar rlegc WERE BOUND OVER Talbert and Malcolm Holllday Surrender to Federal Authorities Covington Ky April 14 Talbert and Malcolm Holllday came to tills ell and surrendered to the federal Indlctjmentof killing Pharaoh and Peter Sloane brothers who were killed in Knott county Ky while trying to prevent federal officers and a posso from raid- Ing an Illicit still Fearing tho wrath of the Sloanes friends the Hollldays evaded arrest and canto to CovlngtonI They appeared before United States I Commissioner John Menzie and wero hodnd over to tho federal court on t bonds of UOO each which they furnished I Marshall G M Tucker who led the posse which killed the Sloanes was acquitted last week IALITTLE PEN The Memento of Women Who Fought Against Uncle Toms Cabin I Lexington Ky April 13The Lex- Ington Chapter Daughters of tho Con federacy who were instrumental se curing the passage of the bill by the legislature to prevent tho staging of The Clansman and Uncle Toms Cabin and similar productions liaVe captured the pen with which Gov Uockham signed the famous bjll and the little instrument which they claim to bo far mightier than the sword will be decored and preserved as a me mento of tho great battle fought by tho Daughters in the warfare against plays which they alleges excites race prejudice I THE BALL MURDER TRIAL It Is Now OnQne Hundred Witnesses Have Been Summoned I Barbourvllle Ky April 13The case against Frank Ball charged with killing Jack Bolln at Mlddlesboro last October was called here OneI hun dred witnesses have been summoned The Mlddlesboro civic league the order of Odd Fellows and order of Amur lean Mechanics aro conducting the prosecution Ball has somoof tho best legal talent in the state Tho will bo selected Friday 1Will Advertise For Bids Ky April 12The state commission appointed to locate two normal schools in Kentucky for thee training of white teachers meets here Thursday and will advertise for bids for the location of the institutions Bowling Green Richmond Paducab Frankfort and Glasgow are in tho com petition For Congress ICandidates April 12 Flnley tho democratic ox ecutive committee of tho Tenth congressional district has called a con vention for April 19 at Palntsvllle Frank Hopkins of Prcstonburg Ky Judge John B Cooper of Mt Sterling and Amos Davis of West Liberty are candidates for congress J Rowan Barclay Dead Milton Ky April 14Mr J Rowan Barclay one of Trimble countys old est and best men Is dead at his home here Ho was born in Louisville Jan uary 2C 1S22 and for 20 years had been deputy county cleric i Succumbs To Pneumonia Franklin Ky April HlIlrs Price Smith died ofI pneumonia after two days illness Silo was 82 years old and hail been a member of the Metho dist church 62 years Six children survive her Double Army Romance PInevllIe Ky April lZJnmes L Bagley and Charles Hilton recently paroled from the United States nrmy at Washington were married hero to Bessie Brown and Bethel Roberts re spectively both from Washington city It is said the couples eloped I Appointed To a Lieutenancy Lexington Ky April 12Ernest Helm managing editor of the Lexington Herald has been appointed to A lieutenancy In tbo Philippine consAb ulary by Gen Henry T Allen chief ot tile constabulary VALUABLE HORSES BURNED Fire Destroy Three Stables and hiv Cottages at Lexington Race Track Lexington Ky April 14Three stables at the Lexitfgton track and fire cottages just outside on Brecklnrldno street were destroyed by fire late Fi I day together with 10 horses belonging to George W BlueD of PUtaourg Pu and James Baker of Lexington Thw loss Is about 50000 The Ore for n time looked serious and only a fortu nato shift of the wind saved the cntlro plant ot the racing association Tho stables destroyed In addition to thos ot BIssell and Baker belonged to W J Young ot Lexington Six of tho horses burned to death belonged to Mr BIssell and wero promising 2 year olds Baker lost the 2yearold Ban dido a recent winner at New Orleans and three other wellknown performers Bronze Wing Urocla and Mayor David S Rose The horsemen hat great difficulty in removing their ani mals from the barns and were assisted in many instances by citizens A POISONER IS SUSPECTED Two Children Are Dead and Two Dying In the Same Family Owensboro Ky April HTwo chill dren of II A Miller of this county are dead and two others are 111 from some mysterious cause All the chil dren were affected In tha same way A boy 15 years of ago became 111 last Thursday and died In a few hours A few days later his younger brother b came ill and despite tho efforts of four physicians died in agony Tho other two victims are girls and they are dangerously 111 There is suspicion that some person who cherishes en mity toward the family has Intention ally administered the poison A bot tie of water from the well has been vent to a chemist for analysis Tho physicians say they have no grounds to bellcwo that poison was intentional ly administered DESERT FOR TURFITES It Is Created In Lexington Where the Mayor Sits on the Lid Lexington ICy April 1For the first time in several years the mid night closing law was enforced hero and every saloon in the city was lock ed tight and the blinds ware open after that hour Just what caused the warning order Is not known but the downtown saloonkeepers were up in arms Thursday night on account of the order being issued on the eve ot a raca meeting Mayor Combs di rected that the order be strictly en forcedTHE MYSTERY SOLVED A Student Had Secured the Head At Louisville Medical College Central City Ky April 13The mystery ot tho human head found below hero several days ago on tho rail road track has been solved Dr W E Cobb a student In a Louisville medical college secured the head at Louisville and loft It near the railroad track near his home not wishing to frighten his wife who was ill When he returned for the head it was gone Died While on Visit Covlngton Ky April 12lIra E S Wiley widow of William VHcy pioneer rivet man and steamboat owner died at tho homo of her daughter Mrs Soules in Coral Mich She was born In Campbell county Kentucky and for 68 years resided in this city Estlll W Neel Indicted Owonsboro Ky April 13The grand jury returned two Indictments against Estill W Neel former cashier of tho Stanley bank One of the In dictments charges him with making a false entry on the books and the other with converting to his own use 1000Supposed Corpse of Boy Was Dog Louisville Ky April HA yellow dog killed by a street car caused a tieup In traffic on Fifth between Green and Walnut and caused Deputy Cqroner Pros W Hamilton to be called from his homo to vIew tho snppood corpse of a boy Sues the Assessor Frankfort Ky April 13Attorney General Hays Is preparing a suit against former Asssssor Herr of Jef foreon county to recover 10000 al leged to have been overpaid him as commissions for making the assessment for 1005 Mother Contracted Measles and Died Sharpsburg Ky April 13Mrs Alice Doyle Hall aged 18 years died of measles at bar homo near hero Her four children aro ill of the same disease the mother having contracted It while nursing them Enjoyed Short Liberty Frankfort Ky April HTom Mul ligan sent up from Covington six years age to salve a life seatenco for murder escaped from tho Institution shortly before the noon hour and was run down about dark 15 miles out la the country Preacher Held To Grand Jury Glasgow Ky April ItRev J T partIderonlty on an accident has been hell to await tho action ot the next fraai jury lie was released on bond Q II I I III r HMHIIIHIHMH u iEastern Kentucky News I 5o corrtiponAnc pibUthcd uleii fifoed III tan fcy the writer The name t la not for pabnanoo ht a an ni4cllCii ot good faith Writ plil1l11 S IIII IIII 1111 I r r I r r t r r r r r r IMADISON COUNTY HAUTS April OHnrry McClure has expectstomovinglie off rat another yearJohn Foddereeed is working for Richard DavisCSLake has been sick but Mr Ponder has moved into his n house near Scaffold Cane hiltDink sie Lake has returned from a thr weeks visit to her sister Nannie L Hammond Allen Williams passed through hero Monday on business Martha McQueen who has had mea files is out again Kathleen Lakolie and Pearl McClure went to Berea Saturday on business John Brewer goingRockeastlo to to see Beroa students lend a beIpi n yhelplove to see young folks working for J08l1BRev T A Kitchen preaches an Easter sermon at Harts church on April 15John Bicknell has reo turned homeJohn Gadd is build ing a new house near Mr Waddle- which ho Has rented to Mrs Lucia Collins She will move soonRicb ard Pigg visited G J Hazlewood Sunday Misses Ely and Minnie Lake went to Livingston Saturday to visit relatives and returned on Tues day AprillOThe rain has settled the goodThe s Mrs R L Richardson visited rel MondayMrMcClure Harry Gadd hits his new house completed Watch out girls John is going to have a cook from MmeS where soon George Payne of DisI Saturdaybusiness on rt Richardson a lot of fine hogsLihatie Towser Richardson visited A C Hart BiWALLACETO 4Aprilfuropertyoovo Wallaceton Rev Noel will preach on the fifth Sunday in Apr at Silver Creek and that night at the Wallace ton Baptist Church Every body invited Belie Day moved into the Otas Adams property on Dog Walk MondayDan McCoIum of Clay City is visiting his father andmother Mr and Mrs Lutb McColum Miss Gracie Baker an Miss Same Cade were the guests of Miss Sarah Lawson Sunday night Rev Smith filled his regular appoint meat at Wallaceton Baptist Church 1st Hopkinpleats t Wallaces Chapel April 8 William Hickom of Silver Creek visited his uncle Isaac Pointer last week Farmers are very busy sowing oats tis breaking corn land and planting cornOtas Adams was on Dog Walk Mrs Saturday on business Mrs Fannie Mrs Brockman was the guest of her mother Mrs G B Gabbard Thursday uightR II Soper stayed over night with Os Gabbard Wednesday a- nnightG B Gabbard of Wallace aelJsolfamilyCitizen and its many readers Hlflll April 10 Ieople are all busy plowingAlex Perry made a busi ness trip to Berea todayS Azbill B GeorgJiengoa e visit Sunday Alex Perry is plan mare niug to fill his appointment at Double Lick the 28th taking pictures Geo ThursdayWill8 vicinity todayJ A Parks hasAlot of new goods Ho is boys up to peel barkJ J Hale visited his old friends last weektMiss Dora is 1 DlfrentedMearl Baker Harden Azbill visited Tom Steward Sunday Rev lira HIM April 17The farmers of this often vicinity are vgnjjbadly behind with their crops owing bad weather Miss Sarah Biugham was the guest ion SundayReParsons mont at Pilot Knob Saturday and Sunday ho also preached at the nighRoyt interesting Easter Sermon at Pilot of nob Sunday Everybody seemed ville enjoy the meeting Mrs Arm 17th iludsou and little Doyle Brockman Old spent Sunday with Mrs Hudsons very sister Mrs Amanda Baker Miss cover yeaJ u and Friday of last weokMr J Wilson made a business trip to 11 ischester Wednesday The Mu- eece entertained quite n number earfnssp Saturday night with Miss Fl GwenMr David Reeco will 1 Christian Endeavor meeting next night JW1rIlTUI STATION April l0Mrs Mollio Elkin and codaughter and Mrs O C llcllilli n and daughter spout Friday even with Mrs J R Maupiu John Par rish died Sunday at his home near Peytontown Misses Lucy and Mol Cochran Lizzie Mnupiu and Mrs Si SaturdnitlveningJohn daughterMrsMisses Virginia nun Edith Potts Satnre1 I of Richmond utuvrt April 17Dr II O Snndlin of Richmond has made several visits I here recently Ho is waiting on Mrs pneumoniaas niB home folks this weekRot J Bicknoll filled his regular appoi ment at the Christian Church St tinyJ C Powell and son Lawrence theyboughton the lath Mrs Martha Gooch wife of Henry Gooch She w buried Monday in the Miukler stns yard She leaves a husband and seven children to mourn her acs foutvisiting relatives hioreMr Char and family have moved to 1 u ViewF DL Jones and wife vii SundllYRobQrt for the estate of Wil m Lain was hero this week con L purchasedBird2 per acreLouis Johnson and of Berea visited Mrs Johnson Lewis Kimberlain Saturtiabe JACKSON COUNTY itluntut KNOII April lOMrs Wm Jones and mumplfIBessie Click Sunday nightMlLiHirt has come to stay Chas Hirt at Wm Joness where workingd in Nannie Williams visited Mrs Lydia Clicks Saturday nightRev Jas Parsons preached at this place on the pe also at White Springs on Sunday evening We would be glad that ling slisoclock Mollio Parsons and sister Bertha visited their aunt Mrs Cur Lane Saturday nightMrs Nora Johnson spent a pleasant day with pa J Rose last weekMr and pr Charlie Jones visited Mr James tho Clicks family Tuesday night- EJmOr1mN April 17Uov D B Clemmons Rev J D Dickerson preached = IachealGrant Abrams a fine lot of tat timber near Evergreen Uurbustling farmer Will Beck is done sowing oats and is now plantin- gurnBen Drew visited at Grant Adams this week on business L Martin has bought we 400 worth of baking powder Green Lake swap peda tour year old mule for a fins Monday Johnnie Lake visited tJ1 GeorgeB1Ock a GARRARD COUNTY cnTlmSIILBpfilled jthisezterlyfifth Sunday of this month Roe w OoryfourthBicknell preaches at Level Evoryhody rd as is convenient Paint Lick Church is making efforts to raise the money with which to build a Christ Church house They will have a U Apriltchfine ffmail from Paint Lick to Carters does It made the first trip on the Newt Todd is the carrier Aunt Maria Gwen colored low and is not expected to isI She is said to be one oldHemp breaking has For upagainMrs R C Boain has n flue luck of goslings all able to pick grnssIt is time now gather turkey eggs Mrs J N Allen has already set 70 eggs Squire Wells did a good thing Cartorsville Ho closed the bar shop SundayA Lancastor paper says the lid is on everything there on Sundays except the churches It should be so everywhere COUNTYII hoingIscr priest thisDi ploboybing hoe which are the truest si that spring is hero The true at plniinsauyNeverRecd Iran all a ittin red With big buds aH overhead i Martin Neely sheriff was in ti- cinityvi Friday Eugene OnrruU made a trip to Tallega Friday and returned with an enormous talking machine which kept its tongue go bi g ter lively until its program h ltj IrbtOCll gone over a number of times Tilmon Greene and Clay Mason were homo this week from school Th wilt return SundayC B Moore getaaeGarrott toI IoC J25 for the lot Our Sunday satelinow in n very flourishing Tho teachers been chosen Masonutfor Arthmurthat and Miss Minnie Chandler for the mary All ore well fitted for thairsides positlouaTh0 debate this week WR ouo of the liveliest and most hot I TIeu was m drs covery Washington r defending it The IIpcnkers t ieMEugene Garrett The speakers tCotho negative were Marion John Mason and Elmer GahbnnlII one of them sj euking twice The result was decided by vote of the andeelit was to opinion of tl house by a majority of one that the pointaxt taennborw jj allowed to choose his own subject andspook on it The following sub jects wore soldered Eugene Garrott Educationj Elmer Gabbard 1V wo Honor Our John BofLove Marion Baily Tho fe of William McKinley A J Chandler James A Garfield + Hu Gabbard General Marion sinaMr Garretts talking machine will also bo there and a fine time is ex caOur Sun lay schools tend the pleasure and also the regret of hear C B Moyre give his pArtil or lecture to the memberu of two Sunday schools and we in deuplHeIf Sunday school and took n prominent in the one at this His Coesencetwo Sunday schools for ho waft auything benefit to the country and people of Heartburn has V is dfewempt from frequent spells of dis complaintThe be comes Impaired while severe or burnlngsensatlon upperpartHeartburn is one of- themanywayeinwhlch organism disapprovalIll and j a I art Jo his anDrZa ratb Syrup Pepsin and D instant relief all cases of heart burn and toning and strengthening stomach I and prevents return of the ing DR troubleIan no arising from the stomach tronbleI MI viscanldren and grown folks DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN anddollarhalf last Your money will be refunded If not benefit you hamallHOOK OF WONDERS and free ample to TbhmedyPEPSIN SYRUP COEMontleells Illlnela Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KYure 011111111ItoApril 14 nro having ben Iii fun weather and farmers are plowing anti preparing for planting corn forIt W Mintorof Boonevillowushore rInst Wednesday on business Airs Juloy F Gnbbanl nnd daughter Lucy wore on Cow Creek Friday Elbort Combs has moved from tho hood Indian Creek to Pleases Branch James Matson Combs of Her anI was hero Thursday and Friday Ho nudnFi HutT is in Leslie county this week Jailor John R Baker of 13oouovl Ito onleru CAshort callDiise Lucy Reynold of Mrslb+ of1Jplace andon Cow Crook last we Sheriff A M Nealoy of South Boonevillo was hero Friday and Saturday Ho hnd been to Inland Creek on business Georgo uo- is and son Marion loft last Monday I Montnun to hunt and trap in t Itockiea11ill Reynolds loft last Wednesday for Hamilton 0 tone employmeut Succors to hint B Moore and fanny loft on April 11ill for Stiles Idaho whore they w make their future homo Ou Sun letin farewell address to tho Gnisay HrtllllhI and Gnbbajd Sunday schools the duties of parents to in giving them an tthlt on and in bringing them up to le Christian lives He nlso spoke of tho grand old mountains of Kentucky huvo such beautiful hills covered with beautiful trees and springs of pure water bubbling from the hill Ho also spoke of the bright girls nnd boys in tho mountains of reetoHework nnd stood as n prominent weturu students of Boron College rs Moore being n daughter of P Reynolds also n student of13d+ rea llege for n number of volts who now located at Stites Iilalto Ww wish31rnnd Mrs Moon a mfo jouraoy nud that the bleseingof God may attend their IlftthIUld that tothoirhives mnybespent in useftilnMa CLAY COUNTY HIltMSd NlUINOS April lITho closing of the uin SIWil1J1Iwasontortninment Thorn llOrtfui1 as woll as oarefitl trillhingTho gas system of heating for urning Springs is practically com plate The housewives are ael oafall elated and sniila ploamntly wh either of the promoters pass by Tho gas is almost n gift to tho poopltt nce HnwliugH Brotnors furnish fix lures put them in and furnish tin gas for only 7Dp per month to the store or grate Long live the gas well Tho infant child pf Mr etc aompliications arising trots measles The people horo symimthize and with thorn in their IlttelProf Brea returned from Been n inn days ago I CollegeHenference on AprillR- OCKCASTLE COUNTY flIJIVX April 10 Farmers are somewhat backwardwith their work on amrtint wet weatherE08tor was an en joyablo dtwith the young folks around ClimnxJ1 Chasteeu been in the Indian Territory whof Illinois for three years has with his family He is welcome Mrs Susie Lewis of East BornslaJt visiting her mother Mrs GutlilT Sherman Clmsteen has moved from i nearjwas buried at Boron He leaves wife children Tho roads bad but the boys will haul a few baMjustIennington his turn to Anglin Brothers nnd has moved to HamiltonOD G Clark has moved sawmill to Crooked Creek itocicrnuii April J7IisI Omit Crouchcr who has been sick isoutagainMr Mrs F C Holt visited Mr nuti J W Todd Sunday lira of Barest has been visiting It Cook of this place Misses Mno ReccioTodd visited Misses Annie Sundl1yToll1CrOllcher to reorganize n Sunday school at ChurchQStephensitedurday and Sunday Mre Mary Vaughn visited relatives near hero week =Misses Iletlio McCollom hornItagInEllLinvillo Saturday nightJ McGuiro went to Conway Satur on business Georgo Payne of Disputanta was in this vicinity Sat u ttlr GET MARRIED have more then enough moray to furnish IYou your house if you Buy From Chrisman If you are already married you will save money ntsnThe Same Place1 tkItvorythtng In Furniture Stoves Carpets Mat tings Pictures Frames Mirrors Organs and Sowing Machines Visitors6u I buyC t R H JInWATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING I will do watch and pairing for the lowest cash nt my store on the Val Pike one mile out Iwill also repair sowing machines Phonic 120 W M CAMPBELL C R AND UNDERTAKER SucccMor Robinson All lrornpUnttUJII1tcI night Mystic Shriners Excursion TO thetiTickets be to MAY 5 inclusive aFinal Limit JULY 31 1906 Choice of Routes Liberal Chfonp side trips ovary point of In rarest route Exact rato from your home town request I r IslandkSystem LICENSED EMBALAtER tiny- Telephone LOS Stopovers practically OED H LEE PaisAgt- little v Rook Ark McOUIRE Cincinnati PAINFUL PERIODS suffersdown headache backache leucorrhea nervousness dizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are dreadful To make life worth living take 1YineofrdQj Relief It quickly relieves inflammation purifies and en riches the blood strengthens the constitution permanently cures all diseased conditions from which weak women suffer- I matchless marvelous reliable At druggists in bottles WRITE A UTTER freely frankly In strictest confi e telling us All your symptoms troubles send advice plain sealed envelope Address La ChattnoogaMedicine Hanson to B It calls to nml Xla Bereft Ky ANGELES on sale to en on Otn I Old Pass Aft t 0 no Womans and t is all 100 US and den and We will free In HI I SUFFERED GREATLY writes Mrs L n Clevenger of Belle view N C at my monthly periods all my life bu the first bottle of Car dul gave me wonderful relief and now I am In better health than I have been for a long time U t Always Remember the Full Name 1 Laxative Bromo Quinine Cures aCold in One Day Grip inTwo c31 vvt Oft od 25 i