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M Independent Weekly 7Edit Devoted to theor and Interests RACERCAn of I HOME FARM SCHOOLKHtertd at At Pmtojlc at ebui 60 CENTS A YEAR IVOL IV A Family PnperI BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 23 1903 Fifty cents a year NO 44 IIDEAS Hot tempers get men Into hot wn tor WonklIIn spurn advice wise tuon profit by it No ono cnn afford to mnko enemies unnecessarily tory tIny woll spout lessens the God has sot UK Almost all knowledge in interesting if presented in un interesting manner FROM THE WIDE WORLD A great storm played havoc In Our ninny Great Britains national debt In over f000000000 Tho Boor war added W2r 000000 to the debt A lockout of all textile workers on the lower Rhine has been ordered from May I Thousands will beaded wl Hoar Admiral Walker and tho other iniMiilwrH of the Panama Canal Com mission have arrived at Panama Co lumbiaFour crops of corn are produced in Cuba The first crop is planted in I cembr and tho fourth crop ix bar vested in December At El Guapo Venezuela 4100 Government troops under Oomez at tacked the rebel intreuchmentH nod surrounded tho revolutionists An attempt to roorgnniza the Boxer movement in a district 100 miles west of Pekin was suprcHsed by the killing of several of the criminals and by an order to try and then Iwhead tun others under nmtit IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Unknown vandals destroyed every tombstone and grnvo marker in the cumolory at Austin Ind and piled the broken pieces in a heap Imports and exports of tho United States lath passel the billiou dollar mark for tho twelve months ending March H last and both exceeded all previous records COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY I E Newel of Mayavillo has been granted a patent for n bottle opener Suit has been filed to recover forty acres of laud in the heart of tho town of Middloaboro Ky Shelby vitle Ky is arranging a big reception for Gen J Franklin Bell on his return from tho Philippines Brigadier GeueraUooeph C Brack bridge who has noon 41 years of mil- Itary lift has boon retired with tho rank GeneralfBon Settles a former school trusteo of Knox county convicted of soiling his school has been fined 0 and barred for life from voting or holding office I v Subscriptions aro being raised to send tho First Kentucky Artillery Battalion to SL I OIIH to participate In the dedication exorcises of the St Louia Worlds Fair on April 30 l I On account of a war among ico itimauufacturors in Louisville tho price is than over before being sold nt thirty cents per block of 300 poundsThe United States monitor Arkan J san arrived at Henderson April 17 anchoring in tho middle of tho river Soveralo xcursion boats rondo trips every thirty minutes carrying many visitors James William Craig the eight year old poet of Lexington has writ ten over MX xx mn some of which are threo verses in length and which dwell principally on the beautiful and things which are pleasing to children In a fight on Sunday between rev enue ollicors and moonshiners in Letcbor county James and William Moore were wounded and Deputy A Marshal James C Asher was shot and killed by Jailer Bony Ison On Sunday a severe hailstorm swept over Louisville destroying truck and flower gardens wrecking green houses and stripping trees of their foliage Thousands of dollars worth of damage was done Baptists of Atlanta Ga have otter cd to raise an endowment of 1000000 t for the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary on condition that the Sum inary bo moved from Louisville to that city Louisville Baptists will make a strong fight to keep it How to scud tho most pope LoutltJWorlds on- the Insert THE CITIZEN ENLARGED Six Pages This Week June Eight Pages Wo otTer to our readers this week the first edition of THE CITIZEN enlarged to six pagtt and hope it will moot with your approval Wo will continuo to give von n nixpago paper until June after which it will bo further enlarged to eight pages Everything that can bo done to make it a pujwr worthy n place among the foremost weeklies of Kentucky or any other State will be dons This doubling size and improving the quality of our paper will of course greatly increase the cost of publishing it and makes it necessary for us to raise tho subscription price to per year However wo are not going to raise tho price without giv ing you duo notice For a short time tlien wo will continue to take your subscriptions at tho old price of fifty cents per year for as many years as you wish to pay in advance but will giro you a dollar paper Do not delay in sending in your subscriptions renewals and hack dues so that you may get tho advan tage of this offer Wo want a responsible agent in every locality at onto Writo for terms giving references s There is not an uninteresting or un profitable bit of reading in Tim CITI ZEN from tho lust Idea on tho first page to tho last advertisement on the sixth page Bo sure to rend every word You will not regret it JAMES M RAPED Editor WHAT PRES ROOSEVELT IS DOING Quietly but none the loss effectual ly the President hosbeen strengthen lug the civil service regulations of tho Government which provide for exam ination of all persons applying for a Government position and the appoint mcnt of only those receiving the high est grades until today there are al most no places which are controlled by political influence The only notable exceptions are what are known as presidential postmasters and memo here of tho consular service One of the strongest features of the law which wont into effect last week is a pro vision which forbids tho payment of employees appointed or retained con trary to rulings of tho Civil Service Commission As tho auditors of the Treasury department aro personally responsible for every payment they approve this order makes each of thorn an agent for the enforcement of tho civil service regulations The now rules make impossible tho employ mont of persons as laborers and as signing them to clerical work Only persons employed at manual labor shall bo claused as laborers Asori ous abuse which tho now rules are designed to remedy is the appoint mont of political favorites as rangers anti in other capacities on the forest reserves of tho country Hereafter all vnccanies in this work will have to bo filled with persons certified by the Commission It is also provided that allemployees appointed for service in connection with the St Louis Exposition must bo secured through the Civil Service Commission but it is said that the strongest pressure will be brought to bear on the President to rescind this portion of his now or der FUN AND FACTS WASTED YOUNO MEN to prepare for Government Positions Fine Openings in nil Departments Gout Salaries Rapid Promotion Examinations soon Particulars free- InterSlate Cor lust Cedar Rapids la Grandpa please give mo a nickel said six yearold Tommy Why Tommy replied the old gentlemen youre too old to be begging for a nickel Right you are grandpa replied tho little schemer make Ita dime If you are a progressive student or successful uptodate teacher and de sire a position you should at once en roll with the Teachers Cooperative Union the most hustling wideawake teachers agency in the West Dont put iioff Write immediately to BINKLEY R BAKER Managers Temple Texas Mr Baker is A graduate of Borea College was for seven years a student here is a nativo Kontuckian and well known heroEnJ Oh mamma6xclaimcd small Dor othy as sho watched tho largo snow flakes gently falling come and look Its walnin poptorns All garments madoto order by Strauss liroa of Chicago are sowed in bright clean airy sanitary shops Their beautifully finished garments show tbis Dont miss wooing the 600 samples now being displayed by J J Brannaman See display ad in another column The Value of Silence And now our oldtime friend Meek ly has joined the silent majority What Meekly dead No married School Trustee Lion to teacher Your educationIProfessor ApoflHaR boon com pleted in the higher branches sir 0 W Racer has moved his barber shop to Rhodus Drugstore north of Postolfice You will find him there at nil hours He solicts your patron aKoTeacherlI is the earths sur face divided Bright PupilBy earthquakes Slretigth and vigor come of good food duly digested Force a ready to servo wheat and barley food adds no burden but sustains nourishes invigoratesWhy snuff like a ragged riding dross It is a bad habit T A Robinson Richmond Ky has employed an expert watchmaker Work soul In by mail will receive prompt attention Why is a bonnet with a faded rib bon like n lamp burning dimly It wants trimming J H Neff Richmond Ky pays tho highest CASH pride for poultry eggs hides and pigeons Why is a look like a king It has many pages Bicknell C Early handle the fa mous BOTTERICK pitterns and fashion sheets They also have THE DELINEA TOR for April or May Why is a clock the most modest pieco of furniture Because it covers its face with its hands and runs down its own works How to send tho most popular toncher to the St Louis Worlds Fair Is to ho found ou tho Insert DR H C TINSLEY LOCATES AT NICK OLASVILLE Dr H C Tinsley a graduate of Berea College class of 1900 and of Meharry Medical College Nashville Tenn class of 1903 has located in Nicholasville The Lexington Stand and says of him in part His holding the highest average of his class in dissecting his winning the second prizo in anatomy andalso tho second prize loran essay entitled How to prepare for and perform a surgical operation in a private home nil test the aggressive ability of this young Kentuckian He comes with the highest recom mendations from his church and school Eight years in Berea College have built for him a very strong in tellectual fortification Nicholasville is to bo congratulated upon this re cent acquisition OUR COUNTY NEWS The Christian church at Richmond Is to be repaired andrefurnIshed Tho trestle that was burned near Panola on Saturday night a week ago was soon replaced and trains running as usual Miss Mollio McKinney aged 18 and Mr Oren Hackett a prominent young farmer both of Union City eloped and were married in Louisville The Kentucky river has brought down thousands of logs to Valley View owing to the recent rains Tho lumber mills will be kept busy all summer Mrs Larue Duerson of Whites Station formerly Miss Vessie Hocka day died last Friday of consumption and was buried Saturday in the Rich mondcemetery Hon C L Searoy of Waco was a visitor of the Louisville Commercial Club on Friday He is a member of Kentucky Exhibit Association and will attend the dedicatory exercises next week at St Louis WHERE ARE THE EYES that are perfect in structure and function Not one pair in a thousand are freo from defects of some kind Some ate glassesi6temporary use of- EYEGLASSES OR SPECTACLES willcorrectdofects A test will do cide what must be done It is made here free of cost eyeglassesplo cases immediately TI A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky tleti Wo have searched tho market for bargains and as we were buying anentiro new stock we wero enabled to secure tho very lowest prices in every i line We have rio old goods and you are not asked to pay largo profits to cover losses Call and inspect our stock Our motto is to please Suits made to order and fit guar I anteed i FIRST KY MONUMENTS Urns Statuary OranlU and Marble Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at rea sonable prices and with dispatch All work guaranteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Comer of Main and Streets DR M E tie Dentist e OfficeOver Printing office Office Days Wednesday to end of the week- GARNET Newly Fittedup Meals Board anti at prices Hou8elRlcbmond R G ENGLE Prop OGG CO DRY GOODS Fruits and Vegetables a Sole agent for Banner Cream Bread OPPOSITE BURDETTES MILL 4 I I HII F Hid HF id F Idd F d I i tI1ItIIIIIIltIIItI 1 DO YOUR COAT BREAK IN UGLY WRINKLESIThen try a STEINBLOCH or Handraado suit coatIronthold perfect shape through the anti hardest wear Handmade collars snugly fit tho neck and handpadded sizeshornPrices areIand orderkindI Covington an Banks iOUTFITTEns FOR MEN AND BOYS J 111iWJ11TJT ItItI tIl IYI ItYI I4II40 IeI ZYIoI4YI tItInIoI I SUBSCRIBEFOR The FIFTY CENTS A YEAR I SetNS MMSeewN SNH MNN Look Out Spring has come nnd it comes the Hus completeline DressGoodsWhite Goods GinghamsEmbroideries LacesPercales Ribbons in endless battings Carpets Rugs c in the lat est designs SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IKentucky CitizenII eNNtlNeeM tlNlNeetSNMe not fail see ou- rClothing I I Shoes and 1 Hats 1 from the factories and placed on sale at unheard of low prices LACKEY HAMILTONCORN- ER J IMAIN AND STREETS RICHMOND HMNNNeeN tNN tNNe Htadttonos Colllni JONES HOTEL GROCERIESand Specialty longest 1250 1500 1800 IIIeItIoII with Bought Madison County o Roller 1N Mills I Manufacturers Fancy Roller I FlourICorn Meal Ship Stuffs Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be i hard to beat i PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent FlourI I Potts Duerson I Whites Station Ky 1 1 THEODORE JR REGISTERED NO 14223 Day Phone 73 Night Phone 47 66 Do Ito s direct I will stand my registered Duroc Jersey Boar at my home in Berea Ky for the spring season of 1903 at 60 cents payable at time of service This boar is a very fine hog duringtheby some of the best breeders in the county and has served in the herd of J W Herndon J M EARLY If Its From Joplins Its GoodI A full line of FURNITURE always on hand We iuvilo our Berea friends to make themselves at home at JOPLINS when in Richmond CARPETS and MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky I r 1 THE CITIZEN 1 THE HOME THE HAPPY WIFE You ask me why Tin happy when to many wires complain And ray their buihandi only live to Rive them endless peon My fcerct you demand to know youve seen my happy nook And you quiz me not a little butremember I can cook When other wives are envious and tell my hui Land dear My gowns are very out ol date and at my ward robe sneer I have no fear I only smile I cure not how I look I know Ive but to whUper Dear remember I can cookl My love has often said to moUIT kartI know youre plain nut married llfewlth you my tweet has brought mo naught but gain tot other women sing and dance or even write a book Yet youre above them all In charm remember you can cook And always when Im begged by girls to tell them by what art I captured such a handsome man and won quite all his heart I merely FaYu My dears Im sure that all the pains I took Was asking him to dinnerfor remember lean cook And all you modern women who are anxious to bowed lie wire throw up your arts and crafts and leer to bake your bread For be certain that no husband will forget the TOWS he took If his wife will only please him by remembering how to cook MODES AND FiHRKU TO COOK DRIED FRUIT Many people forget how long it 1takesto dry out the water from fruit nearly as much time must trien up all the water it will and see if it isnt much bettor than when cooked for a long time after a short soaking To cook dried fruit then wash it carefully in warm water through two waters removing all cores rind and l imperfect places This can be done i much better with scissors than with a knife Cover the fruit with plenty t of cold water and let it soak over night Put to cook in tho water in which it was soaked bring quickly to a boil then move to the back of strve and cookslowly until done Sweeten to taste just before removing from lire l BUTTERED DRIED APPLES Cook the fruit as above until nearly done Remove the apples from the juice and put in a baking pan Make l n basting liquid by heating together one half a cup of the juice four level teaspoonfuls of butter and one fourth of sugar Scatter sugar and cin 1nanun if liked over the tops of th- f apples baste with the liquid and pu i in the oven Bake in a moderately hot oven basting two or three times while baking innUDARD OR PIEPLANT JAN Wash tho rhubarb clean peel cut t into inch lengths and put to cook in J just enough water to prevent burning Cook until perfectly soft mash to a 4 pulp and continue cooking until it is I quite thick Stir to prevent scorching Measure out tbree fourths as I I much sugar as you have rhubarb and add a toaspoonful of ground ginger to each pint Add this and the sugar well mixed to the rhubarb and cook until again thick then put in jars or When cold cover the tops Iiglasses with sugar paste paper orer or JENNIE LESTER HILL is ftTHE SCHOOL TEACHERSl INOt amusements of a school form a very important part of its curriculum Teachers do not al ways understand or appreciate this They allow the play hours to take car of themselves or supervise only for tb sake of order or suppression It is a I mistake for teachers to neglect the play hours They should have som- t 1inigorating exercise themselves and t ou the play ground mingle with I the children in a less formal way than t I in the hours of actual work Some teachers never play with the pupils They may hold their respect without I doing so but it is safe to say that the pupils will like the teacherb tter if h takes part freely in their games in a pleasant and social way If the teach or is arbitrary or dictatorial upon the play ground ho may make himself very obnoxious to his pupils This can told by the attitude of the pupils If they seem disappointed embarrasse when he approaches if they do not invite him to play and seem disappointed when he refuses he may bo sure that his presence is not agreeable When the teacher takes part in the games he should be on the same C- ootling as the pupils He need not settle or use his authority unless of actual insubordination if f m Besides the teachers wisdom and direction is as much needed on th play ground as in the school room In many places there is n dearth of vari oty in tho games The children know but one or two that they can play con veuiently and these become mount uous The teacher can suggest new ones null by showing au interest iu them himself can keep up tho enthusi asm The pupils need the exercise and if they play well and have a good time through the recess hours thor will bo more easily controlled aud tho whole school will bo more harmonious and unified People that play together are likely to be on friendly terms Ploasuro conduces to friendship- J W DIXSMORE THE FARM AN ACRE OF STRAWBERRIES- The Incomo It Will Return- I havo never kept any seperato roc ord of production of one acre of berries and can only give you the suIt of tho entire crop with my opin- n ion as to the porductiveness of one year oldplants On page 111 I tinted the work to be done anti tho cost in carrying an acre from pleating i spring uutill mulching time in win ter When tho plants begin to gro the mulch on them must bo losone up and the heavier part pulled o into tho spaces between the role where it settee to conserve moisture and to kelp the berries clean If tho bells are must bo you loutkand carried old the ground if seedy like chickweed If the ground is free from chickweed null other foul weeds the expense of this extra weeding could probably bo paid out of the amount mentioned previously as the expense of the first year If chickweed is present the exposes will be considerably greater as this is a very hard weed to fight As to the size of tho crop and the amount that can be netted from it I do not know of any crop so liable to vary salt to vary so widely as the strawberry Last year wo marketed in round numbers 11 lOCO quarts from little less than two acres and thoy netted after paying all expenses in cluding picking selling commissions etc 1000 at least Probably 8000 quarts of these berries were first grade and brought tho highest prices the remainder wore seconds but still superior in quality and higherin price than the general run of berries Thu- t prices ran from 2i cents to 10 per quart few being sold at either of the extreme only one crate at 10 and the large mnjorty at from 12 to 1C cents It should be stated that two thirds of these berries came from one half the land planted as every acre has its bad spots which do not pro duce their share of fruit and so pull down the general average The bad spots in my patches were due to some rows of Btibuch and Brandywine which did not do well and to one or two very dry places and to a few rows of Nick Ohmer which had been allow ed to run for the purpose of raisin plants I believe that an acre o strawberries one year old if each pat did as well as the best should pro duco at least S7CO gross receipts Continued THE CHURCH THE SABBATH DAY On the seventh day God had reste from all his work Genesis 23 Tho rest day was thus given to tho first man On the old monuments ol Babylon written before day wo rend that the people had Sabbath one day in tho seven Theo word Sabbath came tram their lane guago and meant sab root and bathe the heart It was the day in which to rest tho heart or soul- e Moses by divine revelation put tho Sabbath Day into his Ten Commandments Remember tho Sabbath day to keep it holy Exodus 208 A year or two before this God taught his people to hood this day by stop ping their bread from heaven the mannaon this seventh day Toe morrow is the rest of the Holy Sat bath unto the Lord Exodus1622 2G God always honored His peo pie when they called the Sabbath day a delight Then ho made them toe ride upon tho high places of the earth Isaiah 631311- d Jesus Christ said tho Sabbath we made for man Mark 227 You eoo man is body mind sued spirit Each must have a time One day in seven is bodily for rest and spiritual feodiu and growth Then comes Bible study and the Gospel preaching Toll ra how you spend your Sabbath and I will toll you whether your soul is hav- Ing a chance Christs resurrection I changed tho Sabbath flay for thee church to the first day of the week to Sunday Upon the first day of the week tho disciples came together to break bread Acts 20 7 It was the Lords Day Paul warned the Chris tiaus against becoming enslaved by the Jewish Sabbath Colostians 216 There is more Sabbath keeping among tho English speaking people than anywhere else ou earth Tin English tongue and talks ant taking the world The Sabbath is the bul wark of English liberties Ue who brooks the Sabbath is a traitor to our civilization It is the one spring of hope which our parents brought from paradise Shall we not see with Emerson The Sunday is the core of our civilization dedicated to thought and to reverence It invites to the noblest solitude and to tho noblest society Lot Coleridge teach us I feel as if God in giving tho Sabbath had given fiftytwo crystal springs in the year Or if we wish practical ex Perryrenow navy weeks on Lake Erie keeping faithfully each Lords day and thou wont out to capture the British See the Pilgrim Fathers tossed for months in 11the wintry ocean and then when they reached land waiting one whole day tileddayso its begiuiug in Old Scotland on the night lie believed his na ilion unconquerable with such habits For a virtuous populace may rise the while aud stand a wall of lire around their much loved isle Kentucky Kentucky many aro the beauties and blessings of Sabbath keopiug He is a wise young man or maidwho has learned its value and worth I will cause them said God to ride upon the high places of tin earth STATE COLLEGE 6 BEREA I Berea lost the second bnllgamo of the season last Saturday to State Col legs by a score of 0 to 1 Tho game was hotly contested throughout with athe exception of tho fifth iunng when the visitors motto 5 runs duo to bunching their hits and costly errors by tho home team State College abr lb bhn epo Gulliau cLfi 1 3 2 0 0 0 Duffy 3b5 120201Q6 1 4 3 fi 0 1- 0BGoaryHpf 12 1220-B Geary T 2b4 011010-o Wertilo rf A 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mathews 1L 4 1 1 0 0 0 3 Talley ss 4 021211Darling Ib1 1 2 2 0 0 10 11 6171011 427 Berea ab r lb bh a epo Jenks lb4 0 1 0 0 0 10 Cane ef4 020001Fishes 4 0 1 1 D 2 2 Kirk If 3110000Judd 2b3 000010Ramsey p3 000310Hatch rf 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ernst c 3000108Burdotte 3b3 0 0 0 1 2 3 30 1 D 110 821 FishtGallian Darling Base on Balls Galliau Jenks Sacrifice Hits Tal ley Struck OutRamsey 7 by Geary 10 TimeOne hour and fortyfive miuutes PRODUCTS OF THE HAND thankdo interest in the coming Fair and also announces that because of tho ball game on the 25th the Fair will be plannedayour con youIProceeds to be used in sending two or more delegates to Asheville Sum mar Conference of the Y W C A THE LOYAL TEMPERANCE LEOION I promise to try my best 1 Never to drink anything that can mako mo drink 2 Never to uso tobacco or cigarettes 3 Neverto use bad words Tho following ore the names of those who signed the shore temper once pledge in Mr Herndous school at Levi Ky Effie Thomas Pearl Mainous Hallie Thomas Minnie Price Laura Becknoll Lucy Price Lennie Turner Lilah Zions Lizzie Dooley Mollie Price OIlio Hughes Maud Kidd Florence Murphy Tom Becknell Ida Mainous Charley Hughes- g Lillian Flanery Claude Becknell Fanny Mainous Roy Turner- e Rosy Mainous Terry Mainous Willie Dooloy James Mainous Clyde Judd Roscoe Thomas Carl Flanery Berea College PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Studehts from 26 States I Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with ngriculturo for young moil and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Hchooln Cfrpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal t onrHos For Tenchnre Three courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and for life College Courses Literary Scientific Classical lending to Baccalaureate degrees Theory1Vo Christian ell cation Our instruction is a few gift Students pay n small incidental fee to moot expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also pay for boanl in advance Expenses for term 13 WoekH may ho brought within 24OO about Ilf to bo paid in advance The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation alists Methodists Presbyterians and good peoplo of nil denominations Fr INFORMATION lid FRIENDLY ADVICE ttlrnt III SECRETARY WILL C GAMBLE Bcrea Madison County Ky 300 Square Feet 1865I two coats to the gallon thats wh- atTHESHERWINWlLUAMS PAINT will cover And on a good surface it will cover more than that No paint will do better and very few paints will do i well Maximum covering capacity easiest spreading qualities longest wear and greatest economy arc what we claim for SUP Its the one sate paint to usc Always gives satisfaction If you want to save money in painting tot us show you the way We sell paints for all kinds of good painting SOLD BY BICKNELL EARLY IIHKKA KY nT- v 11 111 z 1 more in fl 1 tZf2L I2tZ 11i This lino wo call particular attention to we this day placed on oar one most complete linos HAM anti ever shown in our before Constant f of new business and demand for have us busy in of hero New pat Y f terns There is hardly H limit to the cline wo show the cheapest to the most elaborate I designs from mod All selected with view of OUR DE 1is complete again this season with Mils Don in who has a beautiful line of Hats J Trimmed Hats having shown far tho best lines You to inspect our im 1 mense stock which is daily coming in 8c lOc l2ao and ICc are showing a handsome 1 yard j f the Cash and order your new lineI t V from the great Oak 0CIIICAGO Year tl Nqua Is the predominating feat of all clothes made to I by this well known tailoring I house No detail li too small to be given careful 1 your perfect comfort Is their sole aim Call at I store and look over the did assortment of 500 and We quote you prices that will est you Your satisfaction as always absolutely guaranteed t J J BRANNAMANt AgentIheron Kentucky IJI EXPERIENCEITeaoc a DCSIONB IICOPYRIGHTS Ac Aarnnraing ctln tint rIhrwn fT AMhe r u Inn r utJJKIrn1h S f mmunl- wthsllulJI rdl uu n rtrnutrnI Irr I ttt1err fur m r n Ial n Ulm b uh Jlunn A lot iw lr liwui nntttt without chinrfi la 111 1 A hnmlxtmrlf lltattrelt wiwVtr rarrct rte IIIr tnurn Twno Illf or n ilb IL rtoUtiriCI ti Kj J M YorkUrwch JIt JttJbStXf JL JL JL JL T T T i Jb Jt i i i if Jb Jt i Jt t a t t 0 i t w- T T yT T T- r11 t 1 Nff11li ELDERS- Bargain4 111 Store it t 1p Ie lqlJ Zozrz zf IO ZzIZZ1 IIIonce running FULL BLAST and IJIs U doubt showing one of the withoutI I I Goods ever shown in the city of Richmond t 11 tZ 4Z 4Zt2 22 Jl f EMBROIDERIES Ilii your lffor have counters the of BUnGS LACES store pressure urgent goods kept department All classes goods f from St Gall Planou fcareCully a supplying our notgip1f MILLINERY PARTMENT charge best1Ualways by are invited DopartmentIj 111India Linen Co tWhitoGoodaWo Respectfully submitted frto Trade Founded Fall into STRAUSS 4ity order attention II flabbiest patterns ourI JDlgestaBO aaPAnddrhnmarQ- aleaJ Scientific flitierican nyrtapn Iii Handsomest Spring 1 r 1 IN HOSIERY Thats brim full of money saving events Wo Il will sell thin now famous Cresont lye American untie black Hoisory for children at only lOo pur pair They lire full fashioned pun ribbed cotton 1- 1hosodoulde knee heel and tooill all sizes fi to 10 just the timing for romping youngsters A Jlay t IkOnyxtoo limited to eight pairs to one customer Youve t stockingsI73eLace 111 Socks and Stockings in size 4 to GIcolors are 1y cardinal tan light blue pink white and blac ore tWo11lHosieryCoast I t jauctiont J TING and CARPETS which we will sell at auction prices Jy 10o per yd for 15o quality Matting f 12Jo per yd for 18c quality IGo per yd for 20o quality 1i 18o per yd for 25o quality 41 trCurputsCall and examine for yourself if 1 I E V ELDER f ji t MTv vV T v3 vrTwvY tiT3ti wvYYT v Wl t THE CITIZEN r TilE SUNDAY SCHOOL ILESSON IV SECOND QUARTER INTERNATIONAL SERIES APRIL 20 01ITrtl 1rN sal 11 Coiiinif nlory Irrimrrtl by llrv U M NlrarniC- opright r hy Amrrlrsn IrrM AMuclstlon I And finding dliclpkH we there even dugs who Ul to Iu through thv Stunt that tie mould not up to Jerusalem I cniiiiot hut woniliT It It cons through the Spirit that the lesson committee started the rtlOIIS Unsigned III till x lessonrlt 1 helpful portions nnd omitted the best hut we iiitint make tho beat of tho por tloiiM chosen fuel nod hU party hav hog Inmltil nt Tyrn ou their WilY to Jerusalem lliul dlsclplcH with whom they peed n week nod knowing Iuul custom we caiinut but rejoice In the special Hlblo studies which they must here had anil in the blessing which III lit lave come to theta Knowing tint Pauls tlenlre wan to hasten to Jerusalem for Pentecost chapter xx III wo sit him la the school of pa he juurnrys It In u greu 1iclurl when we learn to practice III 7= Do an occasion nerve thll- for lint U with tbeennil nut to fret bvcausu the oceuslun does nut bupputi tu IHI to our liking L 1 We kneeled down on the shore and prayrO mid when we had taken our leav another we took ship and the home ruin women nml children trill 1nlurns all kneeling ou the allure must have hell n tentliuouy 1to nil who witnessed them not soul t tIIll Tbo faithfulness and fenr letiNiiesH of those who under no clrcum MUIIIVM until isle devotion nre always to the glory uf God and owned of Him Kvcii till lion I lien condemn us by their fulihfuhie to tbrlr linuKliuiry gods The faithfulness of u Hindoo ou tinder j of n pllotlxmt ns we nallnl up till river to Calcutta and of u China man un tbu wharf at Singapore n great Impression ou me not casil furKutten 7 l Ns came to Itolemstn and aaluted the brethren and abode with them on day and the next day we came unto CwMirva and we rnlrrril Into the hou u uf rttlllp the evannIUt who waa one of the seven and ulxxle with him It very refrenblng to Inert the n deemed of the Lord here sod tube an out Juunieya frum plaw to plum There itiI masonry und Odd Iellowidilp and such onlem In the test laud for trawler either are nut Christians or If they are they do not know Him nJl they might I an n profetwlng CbrUtlau tried tbo first named order faithfully and wbllu I hart nothing to nay ogaliwt It fur how who havu nothing belter I am 1glad I have fund Komethtng better nnd bnvc proves It for mount that tblr ty yfant nod around the globs and in ninny halide It In that laud of one mint with CbrlHt which wi bound togeth er Paul stud his party und the Iwllevew nt Tyre and ItolemalN and IVwuva and nmkex true ttellewni one every wirer today I And the lame mnn had tour daugh tern vlrnlns which did prophesy The hint we heard of Philip was the t after ho baptlud the treasurer of Queen amides he wan found nt Azotux nand that be preached lu nil tbo cltlcfl iI her iiime to Vniren Wo are nuw 4 glad to led him Htlll wltneNxliiu nod keeping OIKII houw for ChrlHtliiim and dint his daughter line no one with him It mutt have been n happy huge n delightful place to sojourn and IWI do not wonder that Paul was ohio to overcome Ids haste to to nt JertiKa dllyaIIordH niPHHMigeni neo Ixvlll 11 U Vj Phil Iv a nod think of Deborah Huldab amid others and two I further lndun einent III I Cor xl C II Thus nallh the Holy Ohoat So hall the Jewa at Jerusalem hind the man that owneth this girdle and shall deliver him Into the hands of the gentllra Thus textlllcd Agnbtm u prophet from Jiidnrn und this added to the roast of till Spirit at Tyre verse makes me Inclined to Iwllcvu that Paul waa trot Journeying to Jeruwtletu by couimand of the Spirit laid Unit the years of itu i prlMuiitutiit und wove other things might liave IHSMI avoided had ho been more obedient to the Spirit There ii only one perfect mane fully controlled by the Spirit set before us In Scrip turetliu man Christ Jenus Ito never fulled All others have Wo do out pretend to say that Paul wan In the wrong In Acts xv 30 but we do know thut tho line ciiino when ho wits glad to lave Mark II Tim Iv 11 We do not know why IMul wanted to go Into Asia nnd Illtbynln when the Spirit did not want him to Acts xvl 7 and tit twice repented message from the Spirit In our lestwn makes un some what perplexed ns to why Paul Insisted on gulag to Jcrumilum And when we heard theta things both wo and they of that place besought him not to up to Jerusalem So III Hplte of the warnings of the Spirit load the entreaties of Luke and others of his own patty and of Philip und his daughters und the other dls clplen Paul determines to go on ex proving hit readiness to be bound and to die at Jerusalem fur the uniuo of thu Lord Jesus The others could wtberefore only pray tile lonl to accom Ills will and commit nil to Him 1pllsil duo time they arrived nt Jerusa lem load time brethren received them jjUully verses 1317 I know of noth lug more n cesRiiry for n child of God thou to be tilled with anti controlled by the Holy Spirit but thut certainly means obedience to the Spirit In all Things II means n great deal to hum Hile ourselves to walk with God Mlc vl8 aud have no will of our own t t The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR T A Sweet Ilreutli- In n eaters failing xigu of a healthy Ntoiimcli Wliun tho breath is hall till Htouwrli out Of lender Thorn to no rtintHiy ill the world qiml to Ko mildal IynpiHHiaCurfl for curing indi vuHtion dyspepsia inul nil stotuac disorders Mrs Mary F Crick o tIWhilo Ilalim Cy writes I bar been lie for yearn triod all kindiof romedioH lutconinuedtogrow worH By the tme of Kodol I begs to improve at once nod after taking few hot U am fully restored In weigut health nud Rtrougtli and can eat what over I like Kodol dig xts what you tat and inaken tho toiimch sweet For Halu by Enl End Drug Cot A STUDY IN SCARLET By A CONAN DOYLE PART ONE Ileing a reprint from tile reminiscence I of John U lIulllon M V lute of flu army medical dfixirtiiient oyemu ne tng re marked Holmes So It proved I spent tho whole of yesterday evening in making inquiries entirely without avail This morning I began very early anti nt 8 oclock I reached Hollldnys Private hotel in Lit tlu George street On my inquiry nil t whether a Mr Staugvmon was living there they at once answered mo in tho mUlti VII No doubt you are the gentleman ho wits expecting they sold Ho has been waiting for n gentleman for two days askedy wished UImo that my sudden np poantnco shako his nerves and load him to say something unguarded Tho boots volunteered to show mo tho room It was on tho second floor and there was n small corridor loading up to It Tho hoots pointed out tho door to pelt was about to go down stairs again when I saw something that made me feol sickish in spits of my 20 years zp erleueL From under tho door there aurlcil n littlo rod riblwn of blood which unit meandered actons time pauingo and formed n littlo pool along tho skirting nt tho other side I gave a cry which brought tho toots back Ho nearly fainted when ho saw It Tho door was lucked ou the Inside but we put our khoulders to It nod knocked It In Tlw window of tho room was open anti bo side the window all huddled up lay tho hotly of a man in his nightdress He was qulto dual nUll hod boon for rower time fur his limbs were rigid and cold Whon wo turned idol over tho hooU recognized him at once as being tho tamo guntleman who had cngngttd tho taut under the name of Joseph HtangiTson The cnuso of death was a deep stab in the left side which ninnt have penetrated the heart And now COIIIOH tho strangest part of the affair What do you suplxwowas above tho murdered man I fult n creeping of tho flesh and a pro MMitlmont of coming horror even before Sherlock Holmes answered Thn word Hache written in letters of blood ho said That was It wild Lcstrada in nn awestruck voice mal we wore nil silent for nwhilo There wax something so methodical old incomprehonslblo about tho deeds of this unknown assassin that it ini parted n fresh ghastllnuHS to his crimos My nerves which were steady enough on tho Hold of battle tingled as I thought of itTho man wits seen continued Lo strado A mllkboy pausing on his way to the dairy happened to walk down the lane which lends from the mews at tho back of the hotel Ho noticed tint a ladder which usually lay lucre was raised ngaiuxt one of tho windows of tho second floor which was wide open After passing ho looked back and saw a man descend the ladder Ho came down so quietly mad openly that the boy Im agined him to bo carpenter or joiner at work III the hotel Ho took no particular notice of hint beyond think hag in his own mind that it was early for him to bo at work Ho has an hn prcxsion that the man wits tall hall n reddish face old was dressed in a long brownish coat Ho must Imo staid IIII tho room HOIIIO little timo after tho mur tier for wo found blood stained water in tho basin where ho had woxhod his hands and marks on tho sheets whore hu had deliberately wiped hum knlfu I glnncod at Holmes on hearing tho description of thn murderer which tillIlied exactly with his own There was however no trace of exultation or lIatisI faction uioll ids factIDid you find nothing in the room which could furnish a clew to tho lIIurI deter ho asked Nothing Stangcrson had Drobbers put o in his pocket but it seems thutI this was usual as ho did nil the payIngI There wens eighty odd pounds in it but nothing had been taken Whatever tho motives of tlioso extraordinary CrlllleSI robbery is certainly not ono of thouhThere ware no vapors or tho murdered mans pocket except a slim glo telegram dated from Cleveland about n month ago and containing thoI words J II1M in Europe Thero wnac no name appended to this And there was nothing elsoIHolmes nHktl1INothing of nay importance Tho mana novel with which he had read himself to sleep was lying upon tho bod nUll his pipe was on n chair beside him Thoro was a glass of water on tho table mud on the window sill a small chip ointment box containing a couplo o pills Sherlock Holmes sprang from his chair with an exclamation of delight Tho last link ho cried exultantly My case Is complete The two detectives stared nt him it amazement I have now in my hands my com panion said confidently all tho threads Thenht nm as certain of nil the main facts from tho time that Drcbbcr portal front Stangcrson at tho station up to tho die cowry of the body ot the latter as if I eyessIA I gao Could you toy your hood upon pills I have them said Lestrado pro mincing a small white box I took them and tho purse and tho telegram hI tending to havo them put in a place of safety at the police station It was tho merest chance my taking those pills for I am bound to say that I do not attach any importance to them IOlvo them here said Holmett Now doctor turning to me aro those ordinary pills They certainly wern not They were of a pearly gray color small round aud almost transparent against tho light From their lightness and transpnremia- I should imagine that they are in water It I remarked Precisely so answered Holmes Now would you mind going down and fetching that poor little devil of a ter rier which hues been bad so long and which tho landlady wanted you to put out of its pate yesterday I went down stairs and carried tho dog nji stairs in my arms Its labored breathing aud glazing eye showed that itop snow white muzzle proclaimed that It- thall already exceeded the usual term o- hcanine existence I placed it upon a cushion ou tho rug I will now cut ono of fiasco pills in two said Molted and drawing his penknife ho suited tho action to the word Ono half wottturu into tho box for tho future purposes The other half I will place in this wineglass in which is n teaspoonful of water You perceive that our friend tho doctor is right and tint it readily dissolves This may bo very Interesting sail Lostrado III the injured tune of ono who suspects that he is being laughed at I cannot see however what it has to do with the death of Mr Joseph Stangcrsou It Patience my friend pationcol You will find in time that it hues everything to do with It I shall now add a little milk to maim the mixture palatable and on presenting it to the dog we fled that ho laps It up readily enough As ho spoke ho turned tho contents of time wineglass into a saucer and placed it in front of time terrier who speedily licked it tiny Sherlock Holmes earnest demeanor had so far convinced us that we all sat in silence watching tho ani mat intently and expecting some star tling effect None such appeared how ever Tho dog continued to Ho stretched upon the cushion breathing in a labored way but apparently neither tho hotter nor tho worso fur its draft Holmes had taken out his watch and as minute followed minute without rn inlt nn expression of tho utmost chit grin nod disappointment appeared upon his features Ho gnawed his lip drum med his fingers upon tho table and showed every other symptom of acute impatience So great was his emotion that I felt sincerely sorry for him while tho two detectives smiled derisively by uo moans displeased at this check which ho hand met It cant bo n coincidence ho cried nt last springing from his chair and pacing wildly up and down tho room It is Inipvwiblo that it should bon mere coincidence Tho very pills which I suspected in tho case of Drobbor arc actually found after tho death of Stan gorsou And yet they are inert What can it team Surely my wholo chain of reasoning cannot have been false It is impossible And yet this wretched dog in noun tho worse Ah I have iU I have it With perfect shriek of delight ho rushed to tho box cut tho other pill in two dissolved it added milk and pro sented it to tho terrier Tho unfortunate creatures tongno seemed hardly to have been moistened III it before it gave a convulsive shiver in every limb and lay as rigid and lifeless as if it had been struck by lightning Sherlock Holmes drew a long breath cud wiped tho perspiration from his forehead I should have moro faith ho said I ought to know by this time that when n fact appears to bo opposed to a long train of deductions it invari ably proves to bo capable of bearing some other interpretation Of tho two pills in that box one was tho most deadly poison and tho other was entirely harmless I ought to havo known that before ever I saw tho box at all This last statement appeared to mo to bo so startling that I could hardly be love that ho was in hit sober senses There was tho dead dog however to prove that his conjecture had boon cor rect It seemed to mo that tho mists in my own mind were gradually clearing away and I began to have a dim vague perception of time truth All this soems strange to you con tinued Holmes because you failed at tho beginning of the inquiry to grasp tho importance of the single real clew which was presented to you I halt tbo good fortune to seize upon that Dud ev erything which has occurred since thou as served to confirm my original supposition and indeed was tho logical se quence of it Hence things which havo perplexed you and wade tho case moro obscure havo served to enlighten mo amid strengthen my conclusions It is n mistake to confound strangeness with mystery Time most commonplace crime often tin most mysterious because it presents no now or special features from which deductions may be drawn This c Sufi8ltalymardifficult e victim been simply found lying in tho- r roadway without uayot those outro sensational accompaniments which have atrmlgdetailso difficult have really hud tho effect of making it less so Mr dregbon who had listened to this address with considerable Impatience could contain himself no longer Loo hero Mr Sherlock Holmes ho naiil wo ore all ready to acknowledge the you nro n smart tau anti that you Imo your own methods of working Wo want something moro thou mere theory and preaching now though It den ens of taking tho man I havo mado m case out and it seems I was wrong Young Charpcnticr could riot havo been engaged in this second nlTair Lestrado went after his mUll Stangcrson and it appears that ho was wrong too You havo thrown out hints hero and hints there mod seem to know moro titan wo do but tho title hits come when wo feel that wo horn a right to ask you straight how much you do know of time business Can yin name tho mnn who 111 I cannot help feeling that Gregson is right sir remarked Lestrado We have both tried nod wo havo both failed You have remarked more thou once sluice I havo been in tho room that you had all tho evidence which you require Surely you will not withhold it any lon yAnydelay in arresting tho assassin I observed might give him timo to pccietrato FOino fresh atrocty Thus pressed by us all illCllllhowcd signs of irresolution Ho continued to walkup and down tho room with his head sunk on his chest and his brows drawn down as was his habit when lost in thought There will bo no moro murders ho said at last stopping abruptly and facing us You can put that consideration out of tho question You have asked mo if I know tho name of tho assassin I da Tho mere knowing of his name is a small thing however compared with tho power of laying our hands upon him This I expect very shortly to do I have good hopes of managing it throe h my own arrangements but It is n thing which needs delicate handling for wo havo a shrewd and dellpcrato man to deal with who is supported as I have had occasion to Provo by another who is as clever as himself As bug as thuds man has uo idea that any ono can have a clew lucre is some chance of securing him but if ho had tho slightest suspicion ho would change his name and vanish in an instant among tho 4000000 in habitants of this great city Without meaning to hurt either of your feelings I am bound to say that I consider these men to be more than n match for tho official force mid that is why I have riot asked your assistance If I fail I shall of course incur all the blamo duo to this omission but that I am prepared for At present I am ready to pro nil so that tho instant that I can communicate with you without endangering my own com binations I shall do so Gregson and Lestrado seemed to bo far from satisfied by this assurance or by time depreciating allusion to tho de tective police Tho former had flushed up to tho roots of hits flaxen hair while the others bendy eyes glistened with cu riosity and resentment Neither of them had time to speak however before there was a tap at tho door and tbo spokesman of time street arabs young Wiggins in trod cctl hit insignificant and unsavory personPlease sir ho said touching his forelock I havo tho cub down stairs Good boy said Holmes blandly Why dont you introduce this pattern at Scotland Yard ho continued tnklugI a pair of steel handcuffs from a drawer See how beautifully tho springs works They fasten in an instant Tho old pattern is good enough re marked Lestrado if wo can tied tho mnn to put them on Very good very good said Holmes smiling Tho cabman may as well help mo with my boxes Just ask him to step up Wiggins I was surprised to find my companion speaking as though ho were about to sot out on a journey since ho had not said anything to me about it There was a small pormautean in tho room and this he pulled out aud began to strap Ho n9Ibusily engaged at it when the cabman entered the room Just give mo a help with this buckle cabman ho said kneeling over his task and never turning his head The follow camo forward with a SOmO what sullen defiant air and put down his hands to assist At thct instant there Was n sharp click tho jangling of metal and Sherlock Holmes sprang to his feet again Gentlemen ho cried with flashing oyes lot me introduce you to Mr Jef ferson Hope tho murderer of Enoch Drobber and of Joseph Stangcrson Tho whole thing occurred in n moment so quickly that I had no tine to realize it I have a vivid recollection of that instant of Holmes triumphant ex pression anti tho ring of his voice of the cabmans dazed savage face as ho glared at the glittering handcuffs which had appeared as if by magic up on his wrists For n second or two wo might have been a group of statues Then with an inarticulate roar of fury tho prisoner wrenched himself fan from Holmes grasp and hurled himself through tho window Woodwork and glass gave way beforo him but beforo got quite through Gregsou Lestrado and Holmes sprang upon him like so many staghounds Ho was dragged back into the room and tied commenced a a terrific conflict So powerful and so fierce was ho that tho four of us were shaken off lignin and again Ho appeared to have tho convulsive strength of a man in an epileptic fit Ills face and lands wero terribly man gled by the passage through the glass but loss of blood had no effect in dimin ishing his resistance It waa not mtilsLestrado succeeded in getting his Laud inside its neck cloth pull half stran gling him that wo wade hint realize that i Ins struggles were of no avail and eve thou wo felt no security until wo had pinioned his feet as well an his hands That done WO ruse to our feet broatLle anti panting Wo have his cab said Sherlock Holmes It will servo to tako him t Scotland Yard And now gentlemen ii ho continued with a pleasant smile we have reached the end of our littlo pkut refutPART TWO SaintsYCHAPTER L In tho central portion of tho great North American continent tiara lies a n grid and repulsive desert which for many a lung year served as a barrier against time advance of civilization From tho Sierra Nevada to Nebraska and from tho Yellowstone river in tho north to the Colorado upon the south is a region of desolation and silence Nor is nature always in ono mood throughout this grim district It comprises snow capped and lofty mountains and dark anil gloomy valleys There arc throngjaggedplains which in winter are white with snow and III summer are gray with tho preservehowever miseryThereof despair A hand of Pawnees or of Olackfcct may occasionally traverse it in groundsbutto lose sight of those awesome plains and to flu themselves once tease upon their prairies Tho coyote skulks among the scrub tho buzzard flaps hpnvily grlzzlbearand picks up such sustenance as it can among tho rocks These are tho solo dwellers In tho wilderness In time wholo world there can ho no moro dreary view than that from tho northern slope of tho Sierra Blanco As far as tho eye can reach stretches tho great flat plain land all dusted over with patches of alkali and intersected by clumps of tho dwarfish chaparral bushes On tho extreme verge of tho horizon lie a long chain of mountain peaks with their rugged summits flecked with snow In this great stretch of country there is upJlertalnlng uponthomaythereisnoehadaw t mighty wilderness Nothing but silence complete amid heart subduing silence It line been said there is nothing ap plainThattho Sierra Blanco one sees a pathway traced out across the desert which winds away and is lost in tho extreme distance It is rutted with wheels and trodden down by tho feet of many adven turers Hero and thero are scatters white objects which glisten in tho sun and stand out against thodull deposit of alkali Approach and examine them They are bones Some largo nud coarse others smaller and delicate Tho former havo belonged to oxen and thoI latter to then For 1GOO miles ono may traco this ghastly caravan route by thescattered remains of those who had ell by tho wayside Looking down on this very scene there stood upon tho 4th of May 1847 a solitary traveler His appearance was such that ho might havo been tho ve genius or demon of tho region An ob server would have found it difficult to say whether ho was nearer to 40 or 00 His face was lean and haggard and tho brown parchuieutliko skin was drawn tightly over tho projecting bones his long brown hair and beard were all flecked mid dashed with white his eyes WHO sunk ell in his head dud burned with an unnatural luster while the hand which grasped his rifle was hardly moro fleshy than that of n skeleton As ho stool ho leaned upoli his weapon for support anti yet his tall figure and tho massive framework of his bones suggest ed a wiry and vigorous constitution His gaunt face however and his clothes which hunt so baggily over his shriv eled limbs proclaimed what it was that gave him that senile and decrepit ap dylugdylligfromHo had toilet painfully down the ravine and on to this little elevation in tho vain hope of seeing some signs of water Now tho great salt plain stretch ed before his eyes and tho distant belt of savage mountains without n sign rnightludicatothepresence that broad landscape there wits uo gleam of hope North and fast and west ho looked with wild questioning eyes anti valillerillgahlclthat barren crag ho was about to die Why not hero as well as in n feather bed 20 year8 hence ho muttered as ho seated himself in the shelter of a bowlder Before sitting down ho had deposited upon time ground his useless rifle and also a largo handle tied up in a grayI shawl which ho had carried slung over his right shoulder It appeared to bo Iitreligthllforstoutly there broke from tho gray pnrcols little moaning cry and from it protruded a small scared lace with very bright brown eyes and two speckled dimpled fiats- Youve hurt mol said a childish voice reproachfully Hava I though tho man answer cd penitently I didnt go for to do thugraqhawlof about 5 yenta of ago whoso dainty shoes and smart pink frock with its lit tlo linen apron all bespoke a Iuntbore- n care Tho child was palo and wan but her healthy arms and legs showed that sho had suffered less than her compan PAhow is it now ho answered nnx ionsly for she was still rubbing the- o towsy golden curls which covered tho back of her toad Kiss it and mako Itwellsbo said with perfect gravity shoving tho in jurcd part up to him Thats what mother used to do Wheres mothor salathers gone I guess youll seo her before long girlFunnymost always did if she was just goiu over to aunties for tea and now shes been away for thrco days Say its aw ful dry aint It Aint there no water nor nothln to eat No there aint nothing dearie Youll just need to be patient awhile a yourhandyoull feel hotter It aint easy to talk whoa your lips is like leather but I guess Id host let yon know how tho ROUPrettycrUd tho littlo girl enthusiastically holding up two glittering fragments of mica glvothemYoull seo prettier things than them soon said the tau confidently You just wait a bit I was gait to toll you though you remember when wo left tbq lIver1ITO DK comMiti dipintobefore you buy it LionCoffeeu comes in sealed air tight packages no chance for or dirt or things to get tn- Clean Fresh and Fragrant IJlall Notice Ii Served Due notice is hereby served on thn public generally that beWitts Hazel Salve is the only salve on the market that is made from the pure unadul terated witch hazel DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands of cases of piles that would not yield to flay other treatment and this fact has brought out many worthless counterfeits Those persons who get the t genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo are never disappointed because it cures For sale by East End Drug Co Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who board themselves can upend a much or little u thej choone on living ezpcnim It pays to hue a little extra money oraloct boob and othcMblngR But the ncccnarr Cnlel are only u follows To pay the tint miry LAND HALLSrhOO1lnCldentalEx Hospital Fee 25 25 pensen etc about 2 00 2 100ryFlnt Mouths Board S 800 00ILaundr Beginning 2d Mo Board 6 00 5 00 Beginning Sd Mo Board 6 00 5 00 28 M 28 00 Genl Deposit returned 100 100 Total Kzpeune 19 Week BO 97 00 For those belowA Grammar deduct the 92 doe book and tl from Incidental tee making the otal only 83450 When tour girls room together each saves 12 nt more on room and fuel mating tho total only V235O If classed below A Grammar Room and fuel cost ono dollar more lu the Winter term Two rooms for housekeeping with stove etc can usually be rented fpr from 84 to S6 a term The puce of it big calf a little tanbark or a few bornespun bedooerswIU elrea- term of school which win cheap onoa whole life for the betterl MAKES PROPER DiC- TPIeEASING ONE- MINUTEOne Minute Cough Cure gives relief la one minute because It kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane caus- Ing the cough and at the same time clears phlegm draws out the Inflammation partsOne harmIqulcklIeCUrcdher three doses half an hour apart The croup mss nattered and our little doing speedily recovered cannot praise One Minute Cure too much for what It has done In our tUrA L Spafford Post roaster Chester Mich Prepared by E 0 DaWITT CO OH- IOAQOCROUP otwtItuePe Early Users Jfnnou3HttlaPIa III PlI THE CITIZEN FINE EXHIBIT PLANNED Prof Brownell Outlines Scheme of Educational Display KENTUCKY AT THE WORLDS FAIR Every Chnracter of School In the Stuto Will PimiUli Kxlilblld Twenty Five lluiiilrrd iunru Feet of gpuco For Kentucky Iulaco of Kclucutlou Tho Louisiana Purchase exposition at St Louis next year will have tho first building ever erected for an edu cational exhibit In it wilt be seven acres of floor space and Kentucky bas applied for 2500 square feet of this amount If tho present plans are car ried out all of this space will bo well filled with exhibits of school work of every kind from the kindergarten to the technological schools and univer sities Professor II G Brownell prin copal of tho Manual Trrlnlng High school of Louisville is chairman of tho educational exhibit committee of the association Ho has associated with him on this committee tho fol lowln well known educators Profes sor H V McChesney Frankfort Professor R P Halleck Louisville Pro fessor W II Bartholomew Louisville F Paul Anderson Lexing 1Professor Chase Palmer Danrilla President William Dlnwlddle Jackson Dr W G Frost Berea Dr B n II O BROWNELL ExhibitCorn1tins Louisville Dr Arthur Yager Georgetown Superintendent M A Cassidy Lexington Superintendent- S L Frogge Frankfort Professor C J Crabbe Ashland Professor Me Henry Rhodes Owensboro Professor T S Alley Bellevue Professor C C Cherry Bowling Green Professor Enos Spencer Louisville Miss Pattie- S Louisville Mrs Emily E Bracken Louisville and Mrs M B Tucker Louisville The educational exhibits from Kentucky will be classified under eight groups as follows Elementary secondary higher fine arts agriculture commerce and industry defectives and textbooks and furniture In each of these groups there will be several classes showing school management organization statistics pictures and plans of buildings methods of Instructions results obtained and pupils and students work The training of teach ers will also receive attention Professoor Brownell has announced that the committee especially desires good exhibits from the graded schools rEDUCATIONAL BUILDING and rural schools of the state and an exhibit Illustrating tho work of the mountain schools He hopes to enlist the Interest of all teachers and super- Intendents throughout the state with regard to the proposed exhibits The fact that the Kentucky Exhibit association has decided to give the most popular school teacher In every county In the state a free trip to the Worlds fair will doubtless add greatly to the e Interest In the display to be made by the educational committee This committee will have charge of the con test so far as the counting of the votes is concerned School teachers and city and county superintendents in every section of the commonwealth have indorsed the popularity contest KENTUCKY TOBACCO IS KING The St Louis worlds fair officials have paid Kentucky tobacco the high est compliment possible In the Agri cultural building at the exposition Ten thousand squaro feet will be devoted to a collective exhibit of tobacco j 1 from all over the United States Ono half of this space has been aslgned to l Mr Charles D Campbell roCLouisville is chairman of the to KenIthe assistance of his committee is taking full advantage of the recogni tion made tho Blue Grass State in its Importance as a tobaccogrowing commonwealth KENTUCKY COTTON AT FAIR It Is not generally known that cot ton is grown In Kentucky but this is a fact that will be prominently brought to the attention of the visit ors of the Worlds fair Fulton county grows as fine cotton as Is to bo found- anywhere In tho south It however Is tho only county In the state where this culture has proved a success Many of the farmers there havp turned from corn and wheat to cotton and j have found it a profitable change FRANCIS QUICK TRIP Meteoric Journey of the Worlds Fair President Abroad EFFORTS CROWNED WITH SUCCESS lie Shook Iliimls ltliTlirrrMoimrclis- mid u IresideatCutnrd liiumiifil Interest In tin Kxposltlim lro Jict IresMeut Kriuifla Kormor Kcntiicklan European nations have frequently been amazed at tho manner in which North Americans do things Their latest cause for wonderment is tho BMortc trip fof David H Francis president of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition company a former Ken- tuckIan who recently visited live capi tals in the old world A cabled inn tation asked President Francis to be present at a banquet to be given by Americans In London on Washing tons birthday The governors associates on the Worlds fair management urged him to attend and make a tour of Europe In the Interest of the fair The return voyage was made In even better time than the outward Journey the German steamship reaching New York March 17 Many entertainments had been planned for President Fran cis In the metropolis the most preten tious of which was a banquet tendered by the Missouri society at the Wal dorfAstoria on the evening of March 19thOn Monday February 9 Governor Francis decided to make the trip Tho next day he left St Louis for New York where he arrived the following evening at oclock Early on tho day following which was February 12 hetOok passage On the La Bretagne of the French line and arrived In Havro eight days later the transAtlantic journey being made In excellent time considering the heavy seas Into which the boat continually pounded The governor left Havro immediately for London going by way ot Southampton and reached the British capital on tile morning of February 21 lie had barely time to make a change of raiment when ho was hurried to a luncheon given by Josepn H Choate United States ambassador and other prominent men The next day was Sunday Monday morning February 23 ho was presented to ling Edward who Invited him to a private confer ence on the day following and In the evening ho attended the banquet at Hotel Cecil which hall been tho ini tial cause of his making the journey abroad February 21 he met King Edward In private and conversed with him for half nn hour securing a promise that his majesty would send to the St Louis Worlds Fair the Jubilee presents of his late mother Queen Victoria On February 20 Mr Francis met a number of Englishmen promi nent in commercial life and on the following day he attended a dinner given by Lord Lansdownc On March 1 the start was made for Paris which was reached the next morning and before the sun had time to set Governor Francis had been received by President Loubet and had held several conferences with other prominent Frenchmen Retiring late ho arose early March 3 and took a train to Madrid which was reached on March 4 and after a conference with the prime minister of Spain and the ministers of state and agriculture the exposition companys president started back to the French capital reaching there the evening of March The next day he met other Parisians who were Interested in the coming great exposition left there In tho even- Ing and arrived at Berlin March 8 in time for dinner with Ambassador Charlemagne Tower The day follow ing March 9 he was granted a private Interview with Emperor William who conversed long and earnestly concerning the Worlds Fair and promised to do all In his power that Germany might be well represented at St Louis in 1901 That very night he departed for Bel glum and was received by King Leo pold at the palace at Brussels From this monarch he secured a promise of a personal visit to St Louis next year This audience at an end ho left imme diately for Cherbourg France and sailed from that port the following day March 11 on the Krou Prinz WJ1 helm BIG SALE SOUVENIR BUTTONS The Kentucky building souvenir button Is bringing hundreds of dollars to the Kentucky Exhibit association fund County agencies have been establish ed throughout the state and many labels are now adorn ed with this attractive little souvenir The cut shown herewith Is an exact reproduction so far as Is possible In black and white It gives little Idea however of the beauty of tho button Tho button is one and a fourth Inches in diameter and has seven colors harmoniously worked out In Its design FREE TRIPS TO WORLDS FAIR Tho school teachers popularity con test of the Kentucky Exhibit associa tion is open to every educator In Ken tucky Road the details of the plan In another column of this Issue TESTS FOR CLOTH How to Hrlrrl IrntuU When linking Knlirlvi Of the goods sold ns all wool thlte Is not onetenth that Is Kiiiiilne said u writer In tin ChleiiRii Trlliunt In the greater part the hut hl component Is cotton The test Is Mlmple All that Is necessary Is tlllllllllllli n few threads and apply n lighted mutch Cotton will go off In n bonze and wool will shrive up To distinguish true pure linen from the counterfeit article beven wittier The Intending buyer used but wet her Huger mill apply It to the goals If they be pure linen the moisture will puss straight throughp1he spot touched will be soaked lit once laid Hi most linineillately one side will be its wet as the other Fnuulrt are more numerous In silk than in any other fabric lint hero nisi the material of adulteration Is cotton Its presence can readily lit discovered Draw a few threads out The piece of cotton will soap off short when pulletl while the silk will stretch niul permit n considerable pull before breaking Silk cotton and wool are the three materials of cloth and by the inethmls given the purchaser can at least make certain tout she is obtaining what she paid for Concerning silk It nay be remarked that the stuff our RranilmotlMTs ll5lI to talk about that stood by Itself Is nu necessarily the best Modern Ingenuity has devised menus of giving the lloorj est article the body requisite for purpose Shellac and other sticky substances mixed through the fabric will produce as stilT n silk as ever graced the clot of an ancestral jimmlon Such stuff quite worthless It rots away In u time lsa matter of filet the silks most prized at present are of the soft variety with no more rigidity than muslin Counterfeit machine model lace Is often offered as the genuine handmade article At first glance It Is Identical with the real thing Even rue who N not an expert however ran distinguish the difference with a little tare Ma chine law Is always exactly regular In Its pattern every llguro the tuuue shape length thickness unit so forth In the liiimliunilf article then are ul ways little Irregularities How In Tell mi laetUrr The sage of an egg la now discovered tiy Immersing It In n solution of salt containing anent lIght ounces to the plat When the salt hits thoroughly dissolved the egg to bo tested Is dropped gently Into the glass contain lug the solution If the egg U only one day obi It sinks Immediately to the bottom If three days old It sinks just below the surface only and from live days and upward It floats HIIW to lrr hrn n Urn A clever bachelor girl who works nil day long and every day in a very dusty locality has Imparted the secret of till spick and span apiKarance that Is the envy of nil her associates Itegulurly once hweek she lightly sponges her plain trim business suit with teplil wa ter to which lace been added a little liquid ammonia niul a suspicion of pow dead IKIIAX 1Vhlle still slightly dump the skirt and coat are pressed carefully the household laundry Irons being em ployed for this jmriKwi Thu entire process consumes but a few minutes mill the result Is u perpetual and peren nial freshness and cleanliness jxwslble In no other way How tu Jlnkr Chestnut Iaddlnir Make n pint of chestnut purer sweet cued and flavored with vanilla adding n few Hiwonfuls of whippet cream Just Wore tho Jelly sets cover a mold with u thin coating of orange Jelly then about un Inch of rich brown chocolate Bavarian cream and when set fill the center with till chestnut Jelly set away on Ice to harden hove lii lend Tmlilf Ilnrn Always do this before sending It to wash Provide yourself with flourish lug cotton In different sizes according to the fineness or coarseness of your then Paste u piece of stilt paper over the hole on the right side and thou duns very carefully with the flourishing thread on the wrong thee darn should reach half an Inch beyond the tear on nil sides and the crossing must be very neatly und accurately done It Is really more satisfactory to mend these places before they reach the hole stage timid takes for less time holy to Urlichtru DUuolurvd Spoon Sliver spoons that have become dis colored froze contact with cooked eggs may bo easily brightened by rubbing with common salt Coal gas and the near presence of rubber In any form will cause silver to tarnish Oue of the best receptacles for silverware cutlery Is a canton flannel knife case tacked to n closet door Slow to Ileduce a Double Chin Superfluous Mesh can be reduced by constant exercise and this especially applies to a double chin Lower the chum upon the chest stretching the neck us fur an you can and bringing the chin forward and down Throw the head Lack until the chin Is very high In the ails Keep on doing this Lower tile chin timid raise It until you have formed this motion at least times You should do this every morn lug and every night as long us you are atllicttd with n double chic Jlpjr to Drive Away Mice Saturate A cloth with a solution o cayenne pepper and stuff It Into the hole or sprinkle n good layer of cayenne Insldo and thin till up the hole with mortar In the making of which a cOOl- 1deal of cayenne has been used Mice loathe the smell of cayenne and will sot come near It Wiilkn Without Crutrlim I WIIH much ntllictod with sciatica writes Ed C Nml lownvillc Swig wick Co InullII goiiitf about on crutches anti miflVriiitf a deal of pain I was induced to try Bnllurds Snow Liniment which relieved inn used three LOc bottles It is thu jroalist liniment Ioor iiHcd have recom mended it to n niimbor of wrnoiiH nil uxpreHHthiinselvw PH being bonefitled by it I now walk without cmteliPn nblo to perform u great deal of liuht labor on thin fllrll1l2iil Wj mid 100 at East gild Drug COH r F We pnimrtly obtain V K anti rlirvlini t Mend modelskitch or photo w Intention frectvpnrt on twlintnblUty par free lori lIotn8ccu1CTRADE ARKS 1lioud fur Children harmlesstOno Miuiitn Cough Cure Jim iiimio dintoroliuf in all ciistvt of Cough Croup pnyNgimmeliatelyintnlhestomflchbuttukes It draws out the inflammation IVHH mid soothes and euro umimtinnty conlribOtuOpure oxygen to the blood mid tissues For sale by East land Drug Co Laughlin Fountain IB THE ttPOr ALL PINS AND HAS N3 EQUAL ANYWMtPte FINEST GRADE UK GOLD PEN YOUR CHOICE OF THESE TWOPOPUUR STYLES FOR 100 SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES AT S3 The Launhin fountain Pen HoMer u madeof on eitqualltr hsrIrubber li grodelargeof Joy dllrld tlalblllty perlcctfeeding Hither style richly gold mounted Iorpre enlatlon puri II4Ueitra Surety you will no be anytlnhgrtkratloe Rive uch continuous pteaiure sadsettda Per Sale by END DRUG CO Hcreii Kiirtttfky llrrlilnn Currn Fever and Ague A dose will stop R chilla contiiiimnco cures Mrs Wui M Strand Midlothian Texas Stay n 18W writes We have used Ilorbinu ill our familr for eight yearn and found it the bent medicine wo have ever used for la grippe billions fever and Malaria Mfe lit EAST END Dnrn C- oSTANDARD Rotary SliuttU Pen EAST p Sewing Machine TANDABD ORAHD BWBLL vaOL LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONe BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL 0wee alto manufacture sewing machine that from SIL00 lip The Standard Rotary run as silent as the tick of a watch Makes 800 stltche while other machine make auo to our local dealer or If there Is osj dater la your towu address THB Caf21 Wttt First Cincinnati 0 S E Welch Jr Local Agent Mrs Fred Unnxth- Pnwiilpiil nnilry Ctllll lUiilon llnrlHir 1It Alter my first baby was born did nut seem to regain my strength although the doctor avt nit a tonic vl Mi he conild gellingIbind Indited that lake Wine of Cardul for a week and see what it would do for Into did take the medicine and wn vety grateful to rind my strength and health slowly returning In two weeks was out of bed and In a month was able lo take up my usual duties am very enthutl attic in Its praise- Wjnouf Canliiininfom the organs of IIIlroiliulI for tho onluil of Ircg nancy andcliiMbirtli It mis carruiutf Nuwalnnawhotnkls111nu- of CixrUui nwil fear the coining of hilt child If Mr 1nnith takin Wine of t anlui lifun hit bnly OHM she would oat hun lrn wiiikimil she ww Her rapul ncotry instill coiiinuiul this jnat reiwily to every i s cctant mother me of tanlui regulates the nitiiitninl How WiNEofCARDUl DR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount to Students Hiuhmond Kentucky nlyd A limn of wide ncqtiiiintmiro mid good address to represent in Honn Olin ol thin oldest bust mid cheapest accident and liiinltli liihtirnnei com panies ill existence Kvt hllllllled dollntu T 00 In case of tloathMix dollars per week in case of ncciileit six dollars per week in CHNO of sick titHs Thin combined cost is only two dollars lPtryear Xn nHMesuneiits ordiioHitlso perfect identillrntion free lug cotnmifhion Write at onco to W E Smith State agent 10 East Slain street Lexington Kv Agents making twenty five dollars weeklyg dn Vote for Your Choice tcur e JrTaNyq mJw d IM ro FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOLTEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID Ftbool children and public rnrlilljr invited to lute to pularIante tack ten out at our lime All money over and shore trip ripcutt of teach ertogn Into ncctlon of the Kentucky liulMlur at thc IJi tkm livery voter thus ofknowinglintuiuat object have been ailed at the Mine time a leaclur had sedated tecnfiwlijn Contest Cull iluctnt under aniplcct cf IMncatlonil lUtilbll Com laitlre of Kentucky ltililbit ortIIIllollfUlm1Kentucky UuiMlnr ant full Vdthe haYlnsfIlion Trey ciluratur In the fctaie whether Icachrr In pulr lie or private schools or IhtllllllonirrotlllalitetrepleilName to be enrolled In the Kentucky Ttutldln at the Htpo IleIacelory The no tnchlr chollI be luCk Dd1 ln IlnMt tliIUI to the Jlalr 1111 county elm own mOtit PoPulsreduror ThrcoulltyoIIIJtcr JrlYrrlOOli lIalf Ihcllllrrlnumber of vutca vrlll be alluwnl tu KU two teachewIhe most popular sod the ecoud tuutl popular TRY TOTES WILL BE TO COTS EACH TEX COXSTIICTISO A IULLOT At ten cents each ererr tchool child In the State wilt be able to rut at hut one vote for fell or her favorite teacher the voting will not be cocdncU to achool children iAnrar4 op irriLS on ANT or THEIR rnirtns UT TOTE The purpote or the Ataoci- atlon Ulnff toelect tbe mott pupularachoolteacher li rich county at to CyuilJrreJ by the public upI1laytire to east test votes It ma Le done by writing lilior her name on one or the tpacei and temp tine out dollar It It not required that the name ol the person voting be given at all All of the pactt lor voter nama may be left blank The Attoclatlon want however to enroll fh the IstheALT Exrosrs or Till TCAttinns WILT nr rAID bthe Association This win include railroad trantportatlnn from LoultTllle to lot Ixjult and return loan at one of the beat hotel lu the city for aU Uayt and admission to tbe exposition ciounda fur six dayi TIIRKI rAniirs WILL m JUne IT IKOM Till HOST rornui Trinirns to make the trip more rulltable and more enjoyable Each of these pink will conn t of teacher Tbla woulilmaken total ol imtesc ersbut at there counties In Kentuckylhe AMId nor ha decided to allow two teaturtlee oat popular and the Int most popularto go thatcoualyJdflfn ezcepuduhkh Cilia the greatest numbrrufvulea la the contee ALL TKACIIKUSl IX lilt STA7K KTltD OX AX KqiTAfi HTIXO In this contest The the traclut with five orml i tim-easmauyenrolledlnhorherdchoolbersusetltevoting It not confined to children The be on factor Vote may be cut for tall It tcliool ilurlnir iron or li teaching now ubllIgives the teacher of a five moatrchool wlilcli doted In November or December the opt ty to be voted for during the vacation petted AST srnncu or HALLOTS MAT on CST AT OXK TINT Tbete le no limit The moredop Ian tent lu for any one teacher the more vo lie or ahe villbectedlteIwlthO- NLCDOLLAILCViTS TUN VOTER Two 1IOIIARS CASTS TWmH l VOTrRI TItRII DOIrAr CASTS THIRTY VOTUS POCK lkLLAItM CASTS IORTY VtlTKH IlVIt ItOILAHS CASTt lItTV L 118 CT A Ul1NIIRUD VOTISI UNIT rARi CArTS ONII TIIOUSAN D oTES All of the money received this contett over rind above thatumlln defII the in tnoit teachers of the iDle on tbdrtlllo theWorlu1afrwillIIUNIIKUlIlIOLItiunefalentuckyllulldlagttheevoslt ci so evevvuerln this contest tional of knowing tlat be had aided a worthy caute- JllF STASDHO OP TUB COSTfNTASTS WILT nE PRINTED mrqCKSTLT hoW bls or berfriends how the race labelngnm Cegin now or our trarher TheollWm be counted under the n er 1tahibIt Commlttee of the Attoclstlon The personnel of this committee Is as follows Trot 110 llrownell Ixiult yule Chairman Iror ll V 1che ntyInnlolt ltoL R l lIalirck roulnlllellro W II loulvlllco Prof Ilaul Anderson Iextngton Pr Chan Palmer Hantlllr Ines dent William Ulnwlddle lackiionIr W 0 ironIkreaDa II II Huntoon IonbvtlletDr- It Y Mulllni Ix uir lleur Arthur Yager Oenrsetownj superintendent A Lei Inston Superintendent U Jrosge 1tonkfort Irol C J Crabbe Athlandl Prof Mcllrnty Khoailt C Howling Green Prof Kno Spencer 1outasilleMlss1attte8lOllLouisville ISIrsHmhyVnrsckenfoulvtlleandSlre- St II Tucker Loultviile ttember of the Educational are not eligible to election lu this contest liKXEXTlGB EVEn count ELECTS ITS OWX FATOIIITR TEACHER Competition between counties only applies to the race lor the iMh trip the county outtlde of JelTertou catting the largest total voles being granted the dlttlnctlon nf tending two teacher ronJrnlluIaloryarranged each chosen being June or Augutt 194la which be or she wants to make the trip CLIP OUT TillS BALLOT HILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH S1 i Atoe1 of as the most popular teacher in county ONK DOLLAR KNCLOSIvI 10e 1tw etamaASSaaviarww 10cinruwraWhbywv- 10c 100 ttrMiNNa1t loc10cTM if lOc rTOOVoters are tot required to sign their names but the Asaoctallon wants oil school children voting to do so nail will In the Kentucky lIuUdlngIVoters the option of sending ballot direct to Ie Irom which clipped Additional ballots be obtained getting extra roplr of this paper Remittance may be made by certlhed check registered letter i cent eprea orp 1 postal nloulY or III clIrreDcy atatudurisk Atldteaallcommnnkattunalo klt 1IUOHHS Secretary oullvllle Kyi r p1 wr PLAYITWICE A DAY IN THE FUTUREO By Sir HENRY IRVING i r HE OLD ACTORS HAD TO PLAY FOUR TIMES A WEEK AT MOST THAT IS THOSE WHO HAD TO PLAY HEAVY PARTS THE ACTOR OF TODAY HAS TO PLAY NEVER LESS THAN SIX TIMES GENERALLY SEVEN SOMETIMES EVEN EIGHT It ia within tho present generation of players that the inntinco ins arisen TWO MATINEES A WEEK DELIGHT THE HEART OF THE MANAGER PERHAPS HE DREAMS SOMETIMES OF A PLAY WITH SUCH MAGNETIC ATTRACTIONS THAT THE PUBLIC WILL WANT TO SEE IT TWICE A DAY FOR AT LEAST SIX MONTHS K n That is not beyond tho bounds of possibility when you con iwlor the multitude of playgoers nail the increasing facilities of communication THEATERS ARE SPRINGING UP EVERY WHERE THE TRAMCAR AND ELECTRIC SYS TEMS THE OVERHEAD AND UNDERGROUND RAILS HAVE DROUGHT EVEN DISTANT SUHURHS INTO IM MEDIATE TOUCH WITH TilE HEART OF THE GREAT ClTI ESnnd hero are fiOO towns where tho name conditions apply in greater or less degree Our Universities and Their Work By WOODROW WILSON President of Princeton University f1n I university is not for every man For one thing it is not every man who could or would care to wait until ids twentv fourth your to go into busi news The world must ho served in various ways mill tho university man alone is not able to servo in all Tho universities turn out n good many failures but men go to tho univonitios from various motives Some are turned out still in tho raw state after four years attendance some are turned out who are acquainted with learning hut whoso stock of it will not stand tho wind and weather of life and yet ovary man must get sumo littlo benefit from his university training THE HUMAN MIND HAS AN INFINITE CAPACITY FOR RE SISTING KNOWLEDGE BUT WE HAVE A SYSTEM OF DRAGOON ING STUDENTS AND THEY ARE BENEFITED SOMEHOW AND IN SOME WAYS IN SPITE OF ALL r4 Tho only way to kindle fire is with fire and once it is kindled you may safely leave it to burn It is tho teachers duty to lay before tho pupil the compass told chart and show him where men have explored and whore tho dark continents of thought lay The teacher is also to breed the temper of judgment sanity and tolerance In an intellectual sphere there are poise and ease and that is whero tho university dillers from the conimgn school Tho boy learns to use his mind liko a tool of precision THE CHEAT TJIIXO ABOUT OUR UXIVERSIT1ES IS THEIR DEMOC RACY TilE ONLY DIFFERENCE IX THEM IS IN AOllU VE tEXT It may lx intellectual athletic or social but these arc tho only lines of demarcation among tho students AND SO THE FUNCTION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THE UNITED STATES IS THE SERVICE OF THE NATION THE PREP ARATION OF SPECIALIZED MINDS NOT IN THE SENSE OF BEING NARROWED BUT IN THE SENSE OF BEING TEMPERED FOR i HARD AND DELICATE USE LIFE LIBERTY AND A JOB I MANS INALIENABLE RIGHTS By WALTER P LOGAN New York Lawyer LL MEN ARE ENTITLED TO CERTAIN INALIENABLE RIGHTS AND AMONG THE RIGHTS ARE LIFE LID ERTY AND A JOB Perhaps that is tho way tho distinguished author of tho Declaration intended it to read Tho phrase litho pursuit of happiness may hnvc been only his synonym for n job The huinnn species is of such a complicated structure and the requirements of its existence and development are so multiform that labor is n necessity LADOlt TJLEKEFORE MUST HAVE HEEN NOT ATOXE THE NECESSITY OF OUR EXISTENCE BUT TIlE INTENTION OF OUR mill ATION Tho right to have n chnnco to labor must bo considered ono of tho primary rights of Immunity Theology und science both ngrco that n mini must earn his daily bread and if so ho certainly Las tho right to do so Tho legal right to work is only the formulation of tho natural right sad should bo so formulated whenever required WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY VERSUS GABLES By CUCLIELMO MARCONI the Wizard of Wireless Telegraphy 1T HE cables are efficient und good but the cost prohibits their use to tho public at large I have n contract with tho Dominion government to scud wireless commercial messages nt the rnto of 10 cents n wordand government business nt 5 cents n word The cnblo started by sending messages nt the rate of 5 a word but has como down to 25 cents In tho cnso of wireless telegraphy it is promising thnt when it starts with 10 cents n t word it may como down eventually to 1 cent n word L 1 THE CITIZEN n RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem Clranrd Krirni tbr Trnchlnci or All Urnumlnntlonn One thought Is In the mind the In cnrimtlon one object fllln the hIIOlII JCHUR Rev Dr MnrMen tin ii New York Conirrratlon of Money If the money belonging to the church were caiiHvcratud to lot there would foe enough to times for nil to convert the world to ChrlHt Itev Dr Vocal MethodlHt Atluntn GnIflomrthliiK fJlven bjr God When we feel nn opportunity lostI find feel sorry and n somethliiK within stirred to Its depth be Hiire that lint xcntlnieiit Is jilven us by God Rev K C HolloH ITiilvenwIlst Wore costar MnsH Christ a the Center An the Nun IH the center of the solar pystein Christ Is the center of the IIIturn of grace All the plnnetH revolve nround the sun sonll the works of Ctrl In the Bulrntlon of men have Christ ns their center Hev John W SIuiiBon WnshliiRtonJturlnl Redemption The problem of Use modern city only the problem to how the wood iKXjplo are to work together In lining Cods tower for social redemption We Must put the uplrlt of Christ In our work Ucv J W Sylvester Presby terlan Albany N KnowlntT Ounrlm Better to know just what we nre just what wo need just what we can do even If we learn It by shocks that break up our tranquillity nnd shatter our foundations III the long path of sorrow we nmy perchance meet our selves Rev Dr Wllley Methodist Brooklyn The Permanent influence The Inlluencc of books can only be transitory nnd not permanent because lKMks nre Ideas nnd Ideas clump The Influence of a life Is permanent be cnUKC It In practical and can be ap plied You lire convinced ns to Its spir itual power Itev Dr Uondthulcr Presbyterian Indlunapolls The llenumtlan of Society It the church of Christ were a faith ful wltnes to his mcfwuKO multitudes of the rich young men In this age would respond to her cull In n way that would Inaugurate n renovated society reconstruct nil human values and re lations and hew out a model for nil tu ture ages In the very heart nod citadel of modern antichrist Ilev P IJarr Episcopalian New Bedford Mass Heaven Suited to Ilan Need Wo learn of heaven by studying the needs of man Man will Hud all his nerds met In heaven Heaven will be no greater place thou you prepare your soul to receive You can ascend no higher toward God than you Lave un tier Gods spirit enabled yourself to do No worse bell will conic to lUau than ho deliberately tits himself torHe Dr Alonzo Monk Methodist Atlanta Ga Prafllatileneia at llellvlan It Is easy to throw the blame of our own failures upon the conditions under which we are living nnd surely It Is comforting but the wise man thinks twlco before he accepts such a plea No one will deny that Iniquity scores many seeming successes but the fact remains that godliness Is profitable for this world us well as the world to- cowsRev Dr Unymond President Union College SchenecUidy N V Inward Peaee Pence Is Inward satisfaction result- Ing from reconciliation with God his character his government his revealed plus for humanitys regeneration It Is absolute harmony with ones envi ronment on earth or In heaven a har mony based upon Intelligent and hearty nctjuleseeaw In the divine will as the supreme wisdom fold the su preme good It Is peace with Goo self duty and nil mankind Ucv Dr Lau drum Iluptlst Atlanta Go Definition of Perfection What Is perfection In the Old Tea tament perfection often menus adult hood or manhood Another meaning more exact more definite Is that of finality reaching the goal that which Is carried through to completion which fulfills nil the laws of Its being the puriKwe of Its creation lie who Is perfect In this larger sense hits got rid of nil taint of or Inclination to situ Every one that has attained this Ideal shall IK like Christ No other religion In tho world has this to sayRev Dr Mudge Methodist Worcester Mass Greater Than Poet or Sane It Is useless to talk of Christs Ideal pre existeuce Ills words cannot be tortured to convey this vague nnd vacuous meaning for If ho hud any proexistence at nil It was actual nnd even eternal Ills words therefore have n different Import tram the proverbs of the sages or the songs of the poets The latter are eloquent and thought Inspiring but the former are spiritual nnd life giving In this we find the distinctive characteristic of the teaching of Jesus for nowhere else do we feel tho power or receive the promlso of an etudes lifeRev Dr William M Jones Congregationalist St Louis The True Remedy- If all the employers of the world were ready to seek justice to see what ought to be done not to grasp to get all without regard to the Interest and rights of others but would seek jus tice that Is seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness and If the workers would seek God and his righteousness not to seek to do ns little work us possible for the largest pay not to seek to evade or get ahead of competitions It they would only follow the spirit and teaching of Jesus then nil the bitterness nod In justice anti wrong that lend to much of anarchy anti social disturbance would be done away In a month Itev Dr Mluot J Savage Unitarian Now York J SOUVENIR BUTTON FREE Tho Kentucky Exhibit Association has determined to give n souvenir button the regular price of which is ono dollar to every person who casts ton votes in the Scho Teachers Popu larity contest or forms n club of ten and thereby casts ten votes Remember then that every ten votes cast in tho contest entitles the ono casting them to souvenir button free Remember too that the purchaser- of souvenir button may cast ten votes in the contest without any additional expenditureCash Subscriptions The Kentucky Exhibit Association with the hope of awakening the deepest interest possible in tho School- Teachers Popularity Contest from tho very start has decided to allow teachers desiring to enter the contest to become solicitors for subscriptions to tho f100COO fund being raised and to apply every cash contribution whether for one dollar or one hundred dollars in votes at ten cents each for himself or herself SPECIAL PRIZES Mrs Sarah D Lane of Boston Mass a friend of Berea College and a large purchaser from the Homespun Department has offered two special prizes for blankets Woven in a pattern lo be either real madder and bark green or light walnut and light indigo 1st prize 5300 2nd prize 1200 Write to Mrs Bettio Wright Graham Berea Ken tucky for exact colors and size constipationThoro Than Little Early Risers tho famous little pills They always effect a cure and save doctor bills Little Early Risers are different from all other pills They do not weaken tho system but act as a tonic to tho tissues arousing the seer tions andrestoringthe liver to the lull naturallyFor THE MARKETS RirOKTID A O NORMAN A CO CINCINNATI Aprils CATLrzCommon125O 321 II Butchers37G 485 Shippers400 48- 5CALvasChoico500 a 6W II Large Common300 ft 40- 0HoosCommonti 00 tiC II Fair good light6J5 710 t 730 Sneer packing710i 640 II J61 LAMBS to jO 625 II Common to fair400 lie 620 WHEAT No 2 Red 75J 76 JOaN 431 4J SJyRYENoFLOOR Winter patent 365 385 II II fancy320 340 II 310 MILL i500 HnNoFamily285I 17W II lti2iII No1 Clover127i A 132 No2II 11251175 POOLTBT Young chickens 15 Heavy hens II 12 RootersII 6 TurkoyII 10 Ducks 13 Boas Fresh near by ta 7tIIII Bull 7 II Sheep skins 50 70 TALLOwPrime city 6 Ri OJ Country 61 5ij REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured a market for homespun and homowoven goods such as bed coverlids linen dress linsey jeans blankets OtO1 at follow injr prices Coverlids 14 to 16 Linen 40 to 5G cents a yard Dress Linsey 50 cents yardjBlankets pairWhite and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 inchesincheswide and 2 J yards 90 long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Mrs Hettie W 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CITIZEN Both Papers One Year For 65c Send your order and money THE CITIZEN Your name and address on postal card THE WYOltl FARMER New York Cit will bring you sample copy Bold by Itonglas store and the beet oboe dealers everywhere 11 runes t genuine liars Wl- honglas name and prire on ettom- WORLD v1OIlG1 laws S UIIflAOO ral Pairs iAlrs ltt01 = 1566 7i0 Pairs store Than Doubled In four THE REASONS iW L Douglas nmk cs and erne more meni nnil 3W atones Ikan ally other two man ufictiirvr In the g3ooaudtfshoesplacedIde make are found to be al pairs ordinary Stand 3A planet Mad of the best leathers Including NationaMangarooIW L DoualR C4OO l IJne cannot at price shoe na11uneeNernlatalo flee- V la Ilraek on RtRt COYLE Solo Agents Borf a Next door postollico Estry a of book low prices This plan t AnjoU Queen slofltf need CENTS EACH W t Far peculI I I I of The Lions Brood Oiborni In Foster Dwo Cattle Neil Kaart The In Bostilt Rt4 t Altihelir of Men The Chu K Lash Wing if Oeeisloni 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leaves today to delve an address before the State Norma Industrial Institute at Frankfort on j FridayThe College Band will give a con 4cartfrom Ladies Hall balcony on Sat- evening April 25 at 680 p m i All are invited J Robert Boatman of Lexington representing the N Y Life Insurance Co was a patron of the Contra Hotel Friday and Saturday A pleasant church social was hell at the Parish House Tuesday night with the Graphophone Grand as out feature of the entertainment Pres Frost expects to reach Borer next Saturday coming from the Southern Educational Convention in l session this week at Richmond Va Mr James Goddard and wife nee Miss Helen Maud Hankins of Seat tie Washington are rejoicing ove the arrival of a fine b1y on April 5 The little six year old daughter or Mr and Mrs Lafayette Moore died Monday and was buried Tuesday in the Jarman family burying ground BASEBALL Kentucky University Berea College Saturday afternoon April 25 Game called at 3 oclock John Burdette will pitch for the vis itors There was lost on Saturday April IS on the street or on the ball grounds a plain heavy band gold ring The finder will receive a liber al reward at THE CITIZEN once Mrs Pearne a deaconess of the E lizabeth Gamble deaconess home Cin cinnati delivered addresses Sunday night and Monday morning in the 4 Tabernacle Mrs Pearnes object is to interest young girls in deaconess work Miss Ethel Putnam went Monday to Cincinnati to attend the Grand Opera Festival given by the Metropol itan Grand Opera Co of New York City From Cincinnati she went direct i to Williamsburg where she will con Itinue her studies in voice culture Misses Nora Lewis and Carrie Cor I nett of Harlan county who are studying at Madison Institute Rich mond were the guests Saturday of Tutor and Mrs Dizuey and Misses No Ian and Hensley Miss Leila Baker who created quite a little excitement here last Sunday week by screaming on the street and smashing a window at the Parish House while Sundayschool was in session was adjudged insane at Rich mond Thursday and taken to the asy DeputysheriffIt with the Richmond Telephone Co whereby the Berea subscribers will I have the privileges of the Richmond Exchange consistingof 340 subscrib ers Phones for private residences are only increased to 125 and busi l ness houses to 2 per month for this additional service t COLLEGE ITEMS H M Wallace who has been teach ing hero in the Normal department for the last four months having com qpleted his work left Monday for his in Oswego N Y Six graduates of the New York City Trade Schoolwill work on the Mens Industrial Building here this summer under Mr G T1 Spencer in I order to gain needed practical experience in bricklaying The County Superintendents Con ference will convene here next Thurs day April 30 and will open with a stereopticon lecture by Pro J W Dinsmore at 730 p m at the Parish House All are cordially invited- J W Jackson a graduate of State College class of 1002 was the guest of S J McComis Friday and Satur day Mr Jackson paid a visit to Phi Delta literary Society end delighted the members by a bright and witty 1speech Caroline who foreAlmy was J ed to give up her work here as instructor in cooking on account of ill healthwent to her homo in Jamestown N Y accompanied by Miss Pike Miss Pike expects to return to Berea Tho many friends of Miss Almy regret her enforced departure Carter Woodson a former studeu here and who afterwards studied at Lincoln University Pa and at Chi cago University is a candidate ror graduation from Berea College uex June Mr Woodsou has filled the position of Principal of the Hunting ton W Va coloredschool with markedsuccess N N N LCORRESPONDENCE ROCKCASTLE COUNTY SCAFFOLD CANE Frank Blazer is moving his mil from Clear Creek to Scaffold Cant neighborhood whom ho has n nice Iota timber on the tract of laud he purchased from II E Gadd Farm ing is progressing slowly in this vi cinityon the account of so much rain Tho family of John Linvillo art very sick with measles irs1 C Guinn visited Mrs J S Gadd Wed uesday evening James Guinn visit ed his brother at Berea Sunday Robert Lutes was in Borea Sunday Miss Cis Gadd returned homo Sun day from Garrard whew she has been visiting friendsROCKFORD Mrs Isaac Martin is on the hid listBorn to tho wife of John Lin ville on April Kith a fine girlEbb Gadd anti wife haw married and are housekeeping J M Reynolds who has been sick is some better John T Stephens is very sick at this writ ingWm LiuvilloH fatuity is down with la grippeJ E Dalton wife and little daughter Lola visited TC Viars Saturday and Sunday Miss Mary Todd spent Saturday and Sun day with Miss Bessie Liuville Dr Davis was called here Tuesday to see little Lucile Linviile who has tousilt tis She is some better at this writing T C Viars and daughter bliss Beulah visited Wm Linviile Sunday DISPUTANTA There will bo preaching at East Scaffold Cane Saturday and Sunday Milton McGuire of Crooked Creek risited friends on Scaffold Cane Su- ndayI Martin and wife visited Squire J Reynolds Sunday James Dalton wife and little daughter Lola sf Berea visited friends on Scaffold Cane Sunday Misses Reecy and Bertie Todd called on their cousin Miss Vergie Martin Saturday and SundayWillie Stephens is on the sick list this woekIdes J Lambert rod wife of Boone visited Chessie Martin of Scaffold Cane recently It looks as if Daddy Todd is going to work He has bought a new plow I Martin went to Conway Satu- rdayT M Linviile was in Berea Monday Born to Mr and Mrs John Richmond a bouncing young repub lican Harvey Grant who was injured a few days ago by a bridge breaking through as he was driving over it with a wagon load of lumber is im proving nicely Hurrah for TilE CIT zEN and its many readers MADISON COUNTY VALLEY VIEW A fine boy was born to Mr and Mrs Less TaylorBob Stafford has ho measles The wife of Mr George W Purkey is still very low with revtlrGeo Herrald has purchased threE lots in Valley View where he sill make his future homeJ W Hall has sold several organs in ou- rtownG W Lyons has more millinery goodsGreen Lnmb was in Silver Creek this weekM Sandlin went to Bearwallow on business this weokMr Handy one of our oldest mud best citizens is dead Green Lyons son of G M Lyons is tudy ng civil engineering B Danielson has returned from his western trip mad is stopping at G W Purkejs FARRISTOWN Mr and Mrs Sam White are rejoicing over their fine boyMiss Pattie- S Turner was the guest of Mrs Jos lie Farris and called on her many riends here John Frauds of Richmond was the guest of Mrs Lewis Farris SundayJohn Farris is slowly recovering Rev John Parks ireuched a very interesting sermon SundayMrs Shorlet Maupiu was the guest of Miss Lucy White Su- ndayD White and Howard Blytho or Peytontowp were the guests of Miss Tolitha White WALLACETON Miss Addie Baker was the guest of STannie and Mary Gabbard Saturday nigbtMr and Mrs Neut Ogg en tertained number of young friends at their home on Friday oveniu Mrs H 0 Wylie is on the sick list this week Reuben Baker went to Mt Vernon Thursday on btmines J A Wallace is very sick at tho bOUle of Mr John Wylio Mrs W M- Asher is suffering severe veins with her eyes this week Howard Dakor wont to Mt Vornon Saturday to see his best girl Binam Pitts returuc Sunday night from Mansfield III OWSLEY COUNTY CAB BARD L F Cole is candidate for assesso Miss H Minter of Booueville vi fled relatives atthis place last weok A milt will be brought to Cow Creek very soon to saw stavesProf I1 Reynolds and wife left last Mouda for the West Your corrospondei wishes them abundant success in their undertaking to find them a now honeJ L Gabbard is not Yory wellat this writing Having plent of rain at present Farmers are behind with their farmwork R W Minter has ifs poultry house pearl completed W Gabbard candidat for County Judge is at Buffalo this week electioneering Samuel Chandler who has fever is some bettor A C Gabbard of Boonoville visits relatives at this place last week Lrof A B Cort of Boonoville passe through here last week on his way to Cortland Ky JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Tanbark polling is the principal oc cupation of our people now Rober Cletnmous cut his knee while pooling bark last Monday Rev W I Pow al went to Blanton Flat last Saturda to preach at tho church at that place C H1 Click and D C Sprks went to McKee Monday Mr G V1 Durhau has bought n new horse Tho fac that five teachers holding first grad certificates were gathered at Kirb Knobeach one wanting the schoo here is proof of tho superabundant af good teachers in our county as wol is the desirableness of our school Mr J D Hattield and sou started tt Hamilton Ohio last Thursday to attend the trial of Fred C Wellnor fob the alleged premeditated killing or lames Hatfield Mr Frank Durham ran Mr D1M Click boarded tin Sunday excursion train to Cincinnati Thoy too go to attend the trial which is expected to bo a long and tedious one The Hamilton Sun is authority for the statement that nearly twi hundred witnesses halo been subpoenaed Why the Sale of a Horse Did Not Tax Place Z had moved heaven and earth to get rid of that old skate sail the man who loves to trade horses not course he wasnt worth what I could get for him but he was certainly worth 125 because I had agreed to throw in the headstall which was a new one I never had a horse yet that I wasnt able to selland the only thing that worried me in this case was that I might wake up some morning and find the brute dead from old age I ran across a man at last who was looking for a horse and I talked him to a standstill before I showed him the living illustration of the fact that there is nothing in the story that a horse never lived over twenty years When I had my man in a trance I led the horse out and was gazing nt him in silent admiration when my wife who was an interestedspec tutor exclaimed Do you know that is the funniest horse Why he cant cat hay It is needless to my that I did not make the saleDetroit Free PressThe Road Qneitloa In Kanini Mr Eugene Wure the new couinila loner of pensions Las been much In crested in the construction of road In his adopted state of Kansas says tho Saturdiy Evening Post Itccently Mfr Ware was naked How do the armors lu Kansas stand on tho good oad question Up to their knees eras the reply 14 REASONS Why 41 Mrs A T Fish can best please you in MILLINERY AND NOTIONS 1 Largest Stock 2 Lowest Prices 3 Longest Experience 4 Best Styles personally selected in the best market New York City oeon MAIN AND CENTER STS BEREA A WHY IS IT TO YOUR ADVANT AGE to keep an account with THE BER ELI BANKING CO BEREA KENTUCKY BECAUSE It is a strong careful safe liberal prompt ac curate and succcssful institution BECAUSE It is the strongest financially backed institu tion in Eastern Kentucky Being closely identi fied with 15 State Hanks and the oldest National Bank in the South BECAUSE It is a growing active progressive uptodate bank in every particular BECAUSE Your account will be appreciated by the hank and your interests will always be carefully considered BECAUSE Every depositor is always a welcome visitor at the hank BECAUSE This bank studies the needs of its customers r and properly takes tare of them whether their business is large or small BECAUSE Its dealings with all customers arc absolutely cofidential and it is always ready to assist and to advise BECAUSE We do not believe you can askfor better treatment than this bank will give you or find a stronger board of directors and officers than the following J J Moore Pres J Burdette Vice 1res VV II Porter Cashier Chas Burdette Asst Cashier J W Dinsmore E T Fish 1J Cornelius J It Johnson lLOUISVILLE 4 NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Nov 16 1102 Gallic North Trnln 4 Dully aIlI1Arrire mlAniroloIRe North Train O Pull Leave Berea113d a mI Arrive Richmond1210 am Arrive Paris 316 pm Arrive Cincinnati 000 pm doing South Trnln drape Leave liorta 122 p m Arrivo Livingston2 18 p m fining South Train S lally Leave Berea 11 80 p in Arrive Livingston 12 30 a m Traips No 1 and No G make con nection at Livin pin for Jollico anti the South with o and No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent WE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED FULL LINE OF IIIBuggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIER CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works- C F HMGINS Prop Ohio This College was organized in 1815 and the College fiSth Annual Session begins about October Throe sessions of sateu mouths each are of Dentalidol for graduation This Is tho first Deutnl College established in tho West It is coeduca Surgery tional and has a teaching of twenty in Mostructor Its buildings Bro modern and well to the requirements of modern dental Department of Dentistry education and its lInicaro unsurpassed Op tional Spring and I in clinical instrucUniversity of Cincinnati tion are also given Mo EiFor further information and annouuco Avenuemeat address H U SMITH D D S Dean l IIi Central Place Cincinnati Ohioand Court M Cincinnati O Agents for- M Groceries and N Laundry Vegetables Fruits PRESTON CO arid Candies Main Street Berea Ky e KGreenhousesy LONG DISTANCE PHONE NO III Plants Cut Flowers and Designs ALBERT REICHSPFARR Prop JJ 13ianlamanWell i r y aelecte d of I Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Navcn Laundry Paint Old Berea Red or any other color with HAMMAR PAINT Brand r Bought x of the EAST END DRUG CO They guarantee it I t a 9wlextYr w rMasfAr Why pay GO to 100 per coot nlwvo factory price wh n you can got tho ShoeI ifor Ifi tent above tho factory priertW A WILLIAMS Agent for Regal Shoes llriuiljr nnil SlrriiRlli Aro desirable You are strong mid vigorous whoa your blood IN pure Many tiny most women fail to properly digest their rood and bo como palo sallow thin anti weak while tho brightness freshness amt boauly of thu skin and comploxion depart Ilomedy this unpleasant wil by eating nourishing food and taking a small dose of Herbino niter each steal to digest what you havo oaten SOc at HAST END DRUG COH Sewing Wanted Wo are prepared to do all kinds of Sewing at reasonable terms For piuticularH enquire of Misses Myrtle or Joe lewis Beres Hr III IowrI ouch Mrs Mary lliut Newcastle Cole writesIII believe nalhml horehound Syrup in superior to any other cough mediciiu and will do all that is claimed for it and it In KO pleasant to take My little girl wants to take It when nlio has no nor d for It Hal lards Horohouud Syrup is tho great euro for all pulmonary ailments ftc roc and Jl 00 nt Hunt End Dnig COH Without Harness Tho best horso In tilt world of lit I tlo use With well made perfect fittingfharness on ho becomes both and ornamental If style is desinxl our 10 BUGGY HARNESS will fill tho bill to a dot It la light handsome and very durable- If strength is the main considers tion our 20 TEAM HARNESS will moot all requirements Couldnt bo stronger if it was nil iron T J Moberly Richmond Ky yL W JOHNSON Livery and Feed Stable HACK TO ALL TRAINS 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