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JAMES M Independent Weekly Editor and I Devoted to the RACERCAn Interests of Rnltrtit nl II HOME FARM SCHOOL w rlaultl 50 CENTS A YEAR VOL IV A Fnmily Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 30 1903 Fifty cents a year NO 45 IDEAS Tim ono wiro WilY of improving our condition tN to improve ourwolves- If you conquer tho world and till HHI the devil will ncnd in IIH sur render by telegraph n Tim nmn who most readily ndtnitH IH own miecPSH in the ono who could most easily lu proved innocent if he didnt choose to confers FROM THE WIDE WORLD Fire destroyed town in Chili amid 2000 JRTMOIIH nro homeless and desti lulu Tho tronty of nrliitrntion between Holland and Venezuela has leon a dopted Mormon tniKnionnrim over a hun died in number wit 1m ex olled from G or tunny Chinn has formally refused to grant RiiNsiaH demands in regard to till evacuation of Manchuria 9hu Hritti h force which went to rn liovii Col Cohbo in Sonudiland killml about 2XX of tho Mad Mullah Hneu Forty ImHliilmroukHHiid fifteen gen dartnivt worn surrounded and slaugh tered by MnmloniaiiH out or revenge fur the murder of their leader King Edward reached RLIIIO yes terday He wan warmly received by King Ktiunnnuol omlloucllncclnim wl by the populace Iaric France in busy preparing for the reception and entertainment of King Kdivnrd who in to reach there Kiidny aflerncon snit rennin until Monday IN OUR OWN COUNTRY PHH Roastveil tins hidden go d by to Yellowhtonn Iark and now in Grand Inland Neb Tim National nud International Good Roads convention has boon in session the pant tired days at St Louis The Declaration of Independence will Iw placed in n dark vault and henceforth hidden front public view an the historic manuscript is fading United States Circuit Judge Philips at KaiiMiiM City Mo granted n tem porary injunction restraining eight named railroads from discriminating against small shippers Gen Milt report on alleged cruel this by army oflicern and noldiem in llu Philippines wns rondo public by the Secretary of War Serious charges are mode President Roosevelt arrived nt 0 maha Nob Monday stud was greeted by mooo citizens Ho is now travel jug in town nnd Secretary of tho f Treasury Shaw is with him Andrew Carnegie has given an en dowment of 5600000 ill United Slates Steel Corporation bonds to Tuskegeo Institute Out of this suitable provi stun is to ho made for the wants of Hooker Washington and family dur lug life COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY 1Ground was broken for Hendersons new City Hall building Pa sH ctfl aro promising in Shelby county for the largest wheat crop in yours It looks an if Powell and Estdl J counties would BOOH have law rural unit delivery Tho Marion County Fiscal Court has appropriated 10000 for tho im provement of dirt roads in hue county Thomas Bowles an ngedG A R man committed suicide in Jackson county by cutting his throat with a razor The Knox county grand jury has begun n sweeping investigation of tho alleged suite of Fchools by trustees to teachers There are to bo two now electric railways out of Bowling Greenono- north to Smiths Grove tholher south to Franklin Tho withdrawal of Col Houdricks from the race for the nomination for Democratic governor leaves Gov Beckham without opposition A largo party of German agricultur ists will land in tho U S May to study tho American methods of ogri culture They nro most anxious to visit the Bluegrass region of Ky Tho largest walnut log ever taken out of tho eastern Kentucky moun thin forests has just been taken from Cross Fork of Kentucky rivorto Jack son Breathitt coiluty Tho log was nearly six feet In diameter and sixteen feet long and it required oight large yoko of oxen to snake it over the mountains It was taught for f1GOO from Joe little I OUR LADIES FOR VILLAGE- IMPROVEMENT Tho good ladies ol Beren have de cided that our village must take a step of progress and as a first step toward health cold tidiness keep tho cows off the public streets They aro out with n petition to the council signed by n majority of our voters and taxpayers TUG CITIZEN thanks tho ladies for reminding us of our remiHsness We do not know another town of the ton portnnco of Berea where rattle are al lowed to starve upon the streets en danger children defile tho walks promote disease and impose expense and injury upon tho neighbors Even in the country it has long ago been found that it is cheaper to build pas ture fence than road fences and cat tie am kopt oil the public highways in Bill ho older nnd moro prosperous States The moro matter of fairness appeals to us If I kop a cow it is my busi ness to look after her and wholly un just that my neighl ors should have to keep up gates and fences and occa sionally have trees and gardens destroyed and heave the sidewalks turn ed into a dunghill in onler that my row they pick n few spears of grass on the highway- And really it is unprofitable for mo to keep a cow on tho street Pasture costs only Sln month and tho poor creature on tho street needs a dollars worth morn Uiip stuff than tho cow in a pasture The only profit for the owner of n street cow comes when she breaks into his neigbhora enclosure or in her hunger steals a passage through his neighbors gate The uprising ngninst this cow aid sanco is very general People who never agreed on anything ohIO agree on this Wo havo n sincere regard for some of tho people who oppose this new step of progress They ate for the most part people who have never seen a village where the streets were properly protected but within three months they will be converted Tho only argument used against it is that it will cause extra expense to poor widows who keep cows We suspect some rich people really want to have their own cows live at tho ox pense of their neighbors and are just hiding behind tho poor widows As n matter of fact tho poor wid own Intro nearly all signed the peti tion Webelievo in helping tho poor but wo could care for all tho poor peo plo in thin county with tho money that will ho saved in gates doctots bills shoo polislt and temper by keep tag tho cattle off the streets WELCOME SUPERINTENDENTSI As wo go to press the superintend ents of public instruction lor tho mountain counties find some from ad joining states urn assembling in Be rca for tho annual conference Tho Kentucky boy used to desire above all things to get to be sheriff but in these better days wo realize that it is the superintendent andnot tho sheriff who is tht important man in tho county We trust tho gentlemen who come to this important gathering at Berea will have a good time and go back to their great work full of courage and new ideas Wo bid you welcome to Berea h FIFTY YEARS Borea tho village anti tho College grew out of tilt church anti the churchwill bu fifty years old this summer Tho Rev J A R Rogers first Principal of tho School and long as sistant pastor of tho church will givo a Memorial Address in the Tabernacle nt two oclock on the evening of Bac calaureate Sunday May ill and this will be followed by reminiscences of tho old settlers Lot no one forget this groat occasion tho fiftieth birth day of Beroa WE SAW OUR CHANCE TO TAKE THE CAME AND TOOK IT IIWO saw our chanco to take the game and took it says the Kentucky University baseball team in re gard to Saturdays gamo here Trans lated into plain language this means that after they saw they could not win the game they deliberately plan ned to rob tho Borea team of a well earned victory TUB CITIZEN has not words strong enough to denounce such ungentlomanly unspor manlike and dishonest methods of ballplaying f Though the home team played very poor bullat certain stages of the game they easily outplayed the aggregation of misfits from Lexington who put up one of the poorest exhibi tions of ballplylng seen on the ath letic field since its opening two years agoIn the last half of the ninth inning with K Uat bat the plan to steal the game became most apparent when K Us umpire who was also their manager called no less than four strikes as balls giving two men base on balls a batsman ran twenty feet out of his box in an attempt to interfere with Ernst in fielding a foul fly and ac cording to rules was out but was not so declared by the umpire and last when bases were full and two strikes had been called the batsman deliberately got in front of the ballallowing it to hit him having prepared beforehand for such an emergency by put ting on an extra sweater or two Ac cording to tbo decision of the K U umpire this batsqian deserved his base thus forcing in what was claimed by K Uas the winning run Berea ab rib bh a epo Jenks lb113 8 3 1 0 010 Fish fiII1i S 1 GOOf- ane cf fi 020010Hunt If 5 022102Judd 2bI 1 8 0 0 1 S Ramsey pr II 3 1 0 Hatch rfI1 120000Ernst c4 021207Burdette C 8b4 1 3 3 40821916425- K U air r lb bha fl po Fiober If3 2 20002BurdetteJ ssfi 2 4 2 4 2 7 Ynncey H 2ba 2 3 1 3 Straitercf F 242000Yancey W p1i 0 3 2 2 0 0 Craft lb6 032026Montgomery cf 0 2 1 0 7 Quiulb1 011002tare rf2 120000 87 92411 8 0 27 I 8 155759K- V 00000aaos9-n v i a 0 u I I 111 os Wild ThrowsStroller 2 Mont gomery Ramsey Fish Two base Hits Fish Ramsey 2 Shelter H Yancev J Burdette Base on Balls Off Ramsey OoIT Yancoy 4 Struck Outhy Ramsey Cj Yancoy Earn ed Runs Straiter Burdette Time Two hours Double PlaysJ Bur dolts and Quin Umpire Turner and Davis nh OUR COUNTY NEWS A regular oldfashioned country fair will be held by tho people of Kirksville July 17 and 18 Tho establishment and maintenance of a home or asylum for tho orphan children of the county is now being agitatedA telephone concern known as the Madison County Home Telephone Company is expected to begin work cn a new telephone system for the county within CO days Marshall Collins a Richmond boy has received an appointment to the Navel Academy at Annapolis and will stand his examination at Washington May 20 The Richmond Telephone Co has agreed to pay Lackey Rice 750 and costs of suit brought on account of Rico being injured by a falling telephone pole A suit has been filed in Madison Circuit Court by the colored people of Richmond asking that the white school board be enjoined from main taining a graded white common school and leaving the colored people to maintain a separate school for themselves How to semi the most popu far teacher to the St Louis Worlds Fair In to be found on the insert 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 bestmarkot New York City I COB MAIN AND CKNTEB STS BEREI WHERE ARE THE EYES that are perfect in structure and fume lion Not one pair in a thousand are free from defects of some kind Some are so slight that the wearing of glas ill not necessary In other cases the temporary use of- EYEGLASSES OR SPECTACLES will correct defects A test will de cide what must be done It is made here free of cost OlfgtBAAeHple cases immediately T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky the hero you 1500 1800 FOR 1 14 ANNItt N1NN00 lsoNlbOOt ONraOe NN were enabled to tho I oes I I We no old goods and not asked to Dress Goods Iprofits to cover losses White Goods and inspect our stock Our to please Laces made to endless Bought direct from order and fit guar factoiios and placed prices MAIN AND FIRST STREETS RICHMOND KY ANN MONUMENTS Urns Headstones Statuary Ora nit and Marble Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at roa sonable prices All work guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner Stain and Collliu Streets DR M E JONES e OfficeOver Printing office Office Days Wednesday to end of the week- GARNET HOTEL Newly Fittedup Meals Board and pricesSecond House Ky G ENGLE Prop OGG CO GROCERIESand DRY GOODS Fruits and a Specialty agtnt for Banner Cream Bread OPPOSITE IURDETTES MILL L III I I I I Id 3 I r IIoiIIIoiIoiIIIoiIIolII II t DO YOUR COAT FRONTS BREAK IN UGLY WRINKLES Then try n STEINBLOCH or KIRSCHBAUM Hand rondo suit coatrronlhold nnd Jshouldersto fit perfectly no matter what your builditPrices aro 1250 and orlorkindi i Covington anc Banks SUBSCRIBE 1Ke IIThe Citizen 1 FIFTY CENTS A YEAR NNNMNe SINNHNNttt Irorsecure lineClothinghave Sh1i1l0you are pay large andC- all motto is GinghamsiSuits Ribbons in varieiffir0cs Carpetstho lowanII NANANNNANANNNANNNNNANANNANN LACKEY HAMILTONCORN- ER andwith dispatch Dentist Richmond R Vegetable Sole ININIINNNNNNNNNINNNININNNINNMNINNNINNINNNINNNMNNN I Madison County Roller Mills I tlIIoi IIiddl i Manufacturers Fancy Roller FlouriCorn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc I Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will beii hard to IPRIDE OF MADISON is beatIf orIIoiIIIrIcI i I Whites Station Ky L NINNN NNININNNNINNNNNNN 1NNN NN N1 THEODORE JRI will stand my registered 1 REGISTERED NO 14223 Night f l i t i i N N N Duroc Jersey Boar my home in Berea Ky for the spring season of 1903 at 50 cents payable at time of This boar is a very fine hog gave entire satisfaction the pint season and endorsed by some of the best breeders in the county and has in the herd of J W Herndon it EARLYGUAUANTBED If Its From JonpwIts Good A full line of FURNITURE always on hand Wo invite our Berea friends to make themselves at home at JOPLINS when in Richmond CARPETS and MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY g Day Phone 73 Phone 47 66 t1 at service is served JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky tj 1flt f i r r II THE CITIZEN 11 I THE HOMEI- MPROVEMENT Koch wave that break and dlappears Makes some new change upon the hore For every hopeful word the world lUi Mimcthlng that was not before The sun has never sbnne In vain Inch lair wind blows gtpxl cheer somewhere For every happy smile the world Whir on Its way with few of Gees S Kisrn In Chicago Hrconl llrraM THE ANNUAL BEREA FAIR FOR FIRE SIDE INDUSTRIES Will be held Wednesday Juno 3 1103 the College Commencement day in loom Lincoln Hall Head our list of premiums then startthnt loom Even if you do not take a premium you may have a chance to sell something Entries must be made before 10 a in Commencement day All goods entered for a premium must have been made since last Commence ment day Juno 4 1002 Other homo oJ products may be exhibited and offer ixl for sale Premiums Offered lot 2d nome pun lhb JJ 00 SIll Homespun TRbl reads 101 IHmlty Counterpane 2 00 I on Allwool Jratu anb 2 MM Cotton and Wool yang Hi Ilnsey Olnen And tVoh yAn la 2 ttl MO llnrey Motion ami Wool 10 yards 0All wool Drens Flannel ynrils 2 III 00 Homopim All wool llltnkelx 5 J ydi twilled 2 100 Home pnn lllanket 5H yds cotton and wool 00 Double weave Linen 10 yards 2 00 yiKtimlIlnen10 yimU to 71 1lalii Linen yards MM Rag Carpet n web 2 W III Hag Hum MM Buckeye lIatR MM Buckeye 141ketsfA 23 Corn llataIII Corn llusk Mat M 2fl Hickory or Oak Split ItaVcU 445A- X handles M Wooden Fork and M sti ijHalidmadoKnit Socks Ilomr yarn Indigo blue or eandwhlte M 25 Knit Mittens Homespun yarn Indigo blue and white For one cut number 400 cotton chain and 25 thread wool yarn coarse enough for coverlid weaving and spun on hand wheel the following npeeial premiums have been ollervd by a Cincin hall Cotton Manufacturer 1st 2d W 4th Kth Ind go Blue dark 300 2 W 100 100 100 medium Yellowat Light Green llrown Madder fleet The same prizes are olTered for one cut hand spun linen thread In each of the above colors The dye must be homemade and not commer cial dyes and the receipt used In dyeing must be given In writing with each color Notice the amount ofigood called for In our premium lIt These are the lengths for which there Is most demand Only tecondclaM premi ums will be given for Fccondclasi articles when no flrst class ones have been entered SPECIAL PRIZES Mrs Sarah D Lane of Boston Mass a friend of Berea College and a large purchaser from the Home spun Department has offered two Ispecial prizes for blankets in a pattern to be either real madder and bark green or light walnut and light indigo 1st prize 5300 2nd prize 200 Write to Mrs flettio Wright Graham Berea Kentucky for exact colors and size I THE SCHOOL LETTERS TO TEACHERS NO XI Moral Training Every schoolhouse is sacred ground 40 Evil may not enter The very atmos phere of a schoolroom breathes of morality Here drunkenness gam blingstealiug profanity and obscenity aro forbidden Order is heavens first j law WTu find it exemplified in every good school First there is a regard for the general good each pupil must j he quiet and attentive to his own du ties that he may not disturb the others Here is taught diligence Every student must apply himself to the tasks set him wasting neither time s nor energy Patience is necessary He can not learn his lessons in an hour a day or a week but must apply through tong course gain 1fag step by step the knowledge that is needful for his equipment and for mental growth Patience and perse verance are great virtues and worthy of the years of toil required in their attainment Kindness gentleness truthfulness and honesty are not only exemplified but taught byprocepf in every good school In this instruc tion the teacher is the chief agent Moreoverthey should be taught in no andIU in all the cardinal virtues ItIS far rr more important that a child should be kind and courteous to parents and friends than that he should be versed j in Grammar better that he should be strictly truthful than proficient in IMathematics that he should be hon r est in all his dealings than to know History from its earliest inception to thatLit need only stated in order to be seen This granted will any teacher tiRay that the teaching of morals t a may be incidental and not a part of the regular program Yet that it is if rl IC so in most schools we are well aware There ojo textbooks on all subjects except this most important one Of course tho great text book of morality is tho Bible and its truths are sulliciont for all emergencies if rightly understood and adapted But the Bible is a manual and not a text book Tho stories of tho 0d Testament aro stories of Gods dealing with his children and are unexcelled for litHoI people But they should ho simple language that children can understand Tho birth of the Savior and some of the teachings of the Now Testament are usofulhut most of it is too dillicult There are ninny stories outside of Sacred Writ that are excel lent Wo nay mention some of them iu our next letter J W DINSMOHK THE FARM AN ACRE OF STRAWBERRIES The Income It Will Return Continued from last weekl An to varieties every one must find out by experiment or by tho oxperi enco of others what kind are host adapted to his own soil and should also consider what ho wants to raise whether simply n large crop of any kind of berries to be grown an cheap ly as possible and sold in tho general market at a lon priceor a crop of first grade fruit to bring the highest figure in a critical market There aro van eties of berries adapted to both these plans I have grown all the popular varieties of till strawberry from the time of tho introduction of tho Wil son to the presort Wilwou Orescent Sharpless mud Bubach all did well for ui but I have now abandoned them all mind have not aplnutof these varieties on tny place Perhaps my ideas are peculiar but I think that a strawberry plant in the courseof time gets weak either from age or abuse and that new varieties must be found to take the place of wornout ones ev ery few years What slakes me be Hove this is tint 111 the strawberry plants of ouo species are but out growths or coutinuatiousof the origin al parent plant or seedliug which in time like a triKgrovs old and dies My main crop berries for tho past two or three years have been Nick Ohmer and a seedling of my own which I call A unveil which has never lean distrib uted Tho Amwell produces very heavy crops of berries of tho Bubach type a little smaller than the Bubach but moro uniform in size and shape and of a better flavor At present I am running on my seedling President I wish to say for the benefit of those who have not tried it that Nick Oh mor grown carelessly and allowed to run all over the groundwill amount to nothing It must be woll cultiva ted and the plants kept thinned out Grown in thick matted rows its ber ries are worthless with good culture it is one of the best of tho well estab lished varieties Wilson Cr scent and Bubach used often to products im mense crops without the best of cul tivation but to moet the modern de mand for big hen ies proper culture is is as great a factor its selection of va rieties or enrichment of soil Taws H HUNT Hunterdon Co N J THE CHURCH BEING SAVED What must I do to be saved It was midnight Tho prison doors have boon jarred open The jailor is about to kill himself supposing that thin prisoners have fled Paul the Ap postlo shouted out to him II Do thyself- no harm for wo are all here and the jailor who had cruelly whipped their backs till sore and bloody the Tacking skin now acbing with fever himself sprang in trembling and fell down before thom asking Sirs what must I do to be saved Tho earth tiake had shocked him The prisoners tenderness in wishing him not to harm himself had broken his heart Ho would like to have their kind of salvationThe which Paul and Silas gave to the convicted jailor was Be sieve in Jesus our master and you shall be saved you and your house hold too Acts 1681 Then they preached to him and all his And he took thorn the same hour andwashed their mangled backs IIo was bap tized and all his immediately And hie brought them up into his house and set moat before them and rejoiced greatly with all his house having be ioved in God The steps of salvation are easy to find The jailor fltIII am a sinner and am sorry for my sins REPENTANCE God wants to make mo right md I will let him Say it friend r rust now Jesus Master I entrust my to thee body and soul as clay Into the hands of tho potter to be cleansed and kept for over and over Nothing either great or small Nothing sinner no Jeans dint to pay It all lxHK long ago Thus is belief in Jos us FAITH tho second step And now tell it out as did the jailor Call yourontiro house proachingIhonoring tits Father for his love and tho Holy Spirit for his cleansing and keeping grace Wash tho stripes of tho wounded Feed tho hungry This I call CONFESSION with tho lips body lifo It is witnessing n good confession Tho step faith cart be done in a moment tho confetsfott will tako a whole lifo to workout But it will bo blessed and like Paul and Silas songs in tho night will stir up Gods earthquakes mud bring many n hardened sinner into tho light And he brought thong up into his house and set meat before them and rejoiced greatly And all his homo rejoiced with him All tho children were saved Hilt they were old enough to believe in God They know they were saved hence came thin inward joy springing mightily lioligion is joyjoy all tho year around God seems tJhao set agoing in that jiil ors heart that night a pure stream of joy that shall over tlow It is so with every true Christian heart It is for you friend G A BUROESS INFECTED MILK SPREADS TY PHOID AT STANFORD Ninety Cases Twenty of Them Report ed Dangerous and Two Deaths San Francisco Apr 2LThe ty phoid epidemic at Stanford Universi ty is becoming more serious tho n c and to date being sixty cases in Palo Alto and thirty on the Stanford cum pus There have boon two deaths neither of them students Twenty persons are dangerously ill This dis ease was started with infected milk Iron a Palo Alto dairy Pres Jordan declared today that thus university would not close He believes tho epidemic is nearly over Thin water supply is declared perfectly pure and the suspected dairies aro all closed Chicago ItecordJferalil PRODUCTS OF THE HAND The Y W C A desires to thank those who have already shown their interest in the coming Fair and also announces that because of the ball game on the Siith the Fair will be held May 2 What have you planned to do for the Fair Leave your con trihution at tho Ladies Hall and you shall have treasure in heaven Proceeds to bo used in sending two or moro delegates to Asheville Sum mer Conference of tho V W C A THE LOYAL TEMPERANCE LEGION I promise to try my best 1 Never to drink anything that can make ins drunk 2 Never to use tobacco or cigarettes H Never to use bail words Tho following are the names of those who signed tho above temper ancopledgoinMissPriscillaMcIutirefl school at Buckcreek Owsley Co Ky Dawson Maniocs Conrad Maniocs Blain Isaacs Durian unites Emery Isaacs Bradley Isaacs Layonis Manious Frank Maniocs Stanley Sexton Delbert Sexton Logan Combs Luther tisanes Claude Isaacs Edward biases Ballard Isaacs Whitley Isaacs Otis tisanes Clay Combs Georgo Combs Conly Scott Fred Mclntire Chester Mclutiro Alex Bond Harvey Bond Clayton Bond Charlie Neely Trigg Brandenburgh THE EVIL EFFECTS OF SMOKING A medical man recently struck with the large number of boys under fifteen years of ago whom he observed smok ing was led to inquire into the oiled the habit had on the general health He took for his purpose thirtyeight boys aged from nine to fifteen and carefully examined them In twenty seven he discovered injurious traces of the habit In twentytwo there were various disorders of the circulation and digestion palpitation of the heart and n more or lens decided taste for strong drink In twelve there were frequent bleedings of the nose ten had disturb ed sleep and twelve had slight ulcer ation of tho mucous membrane of the mouth which disappeared on discon tinuing the use of tobacco for some dais The doctor treated them all for weakness but with little effect un til the smoking was stoppedwhen health and strength were soon rostor edlleaffh Berea College PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN HEACII OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for young men anti Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade School Cfr entry Printing Housework Naming two years Noriiml Courses For Teachers Throu courses loading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy Courso Four years fitting for College for biimnefls and Courses Literary Scientillc Classical lending to Baccatuuro dlgMeHWIIHleChoral free Reel Organ Vocal Piano Theory We Are hero to help all who will help themselves lowanl a Christian edti cation Our instruction ia a free gift Students pay n mnall incidental foe to meet expenses of the school apart front instruction and must also pay for board in advam Expenses for term 12 Weelci many he brought within 924 OU about 115 to Iw paid in advance Tim School in endorsed by Baptists Cit istiRns Disciples Congregation mist Methodist Presbyterians mid good piniplo of all denominations Fr tid FRIENDLY Utrttt lie StCSFTARV WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky 300 Square Feet Founded lifeCollege 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 as well Maximum covering capacity easiest spreading qualities longest wear and greatest economy arc what we claim for SWI1 Its the one safe paint to use Always gives satisfaction- If you want to save money in painting let us show you the way We sell paints for all kinds of good painting SOLD BY BICKNELL BEItKA KY J5fatJL JtiiA iTJt i1 ji tai 1 1t qjJ Zp once more in FULL and doubt one of Lines of Goods shown in of IZP 6Z a IZ12I2t2 I2 L t EMBROIDERIES h This lino we call your particular attention to we grave tiny placed on counters cue the most complete lines of HAM UUOS ever shown in our store before Constant prOftllllro of now hU8inollK and urgent demand for h have kept UN busy in thus department of goods hero New pat torts There is hardly a limit to the line wo IF show from this cheapest to the most elaborate chic designs from Gall tand selected with view of our 1 with Embroidery values of merit Do not to see this beautiful line DEi4Ius complete this season with MMS Don in charge who hiss a beautiful lisle of limits that are of beauty anti tho 111 the milliners in correct Milli nery We claim to supreme in Trimmed Hats having shown by far the lest lines are to inspect our im stock which is daily coming in DepartmentJ1 Sample Corsets Thomson Glove Fitting N Ht4 S and W B to retail from SI to 0 our price 75c ftP1 India Linen Tic lOc 12jo and IHc Goods Wo are showing a to 40a per yard 1855i EARLY tWhite rFaH line 1I 1Iand order your new spring suit K from the great Oak liasel Of j STRAUSS BROTHERS 0CHICAGO Year iIqual tV Is the predominating real of all clothes made to order lure this well known tailoring No detail Is too be Riven careful Ito perfect comfort ImallI sole aim Call splendid I0 and nobbiest patterns We will g quote you prices that will inter jgJ J BRANNAMANAgent Boron IcntllckyJ JD100stsYEARS 4D MARKS caias iCOPYRIGHTS Anton 4rNrh ndi1 lin m Hoi U r r Ir1 ftM wt Hi rr all intvrliw aIt muiunlr laxut1 ri riOilmJlAl IIaluacrdt ra t ao i iunuParr At r o 11 rcpeon L15011rhareq la It Scientific American- bandnmelf llntrtil klf AW rip eulatpm r aif tcirtrfl hMifuiU Trroitil rrur taUarlw Lae4atra YOcllranch JL i iJfc 4 JL Jt JL Jt Jt i 04 Q i i a 03 r r t r T r ELDERS 1 111 J 4 ljj 11j Barsain Storetl zi Z Z zi zFZ oz v tIs BLAST without i Ia showing the Handsomest Spring ever the city Richmond t tZ tfZ0i22 t2 tf2 fJG I this our Ilfor nnd 14t goods t All cllllses Lacey St All a supplying again models best conceptiousof be tut leaders alwavs r You invited 1menRe Eroo 8c handsome c into mM xf T a T faffrTiimif a a a f T V V running IINThats brim full of money saving events Wo l will soil the now famous Criwont dye American I outdo black Hoinery for children at only lOo ptr pair They are full fiishioiitxl pen riblxnl cotton 10Hodouble knew lllwi RIIII tooin allsizes r Ih to 10 just tho thing for romping youngsters A stocking that was made to retail at JOit and youll ill pay thot price for Vm anywhere else We Pair or J pairs for 7fie for the great Onyx Hoiftory for women double sole htstlant lpt t too limited to eight pairs to one customer Youve never paid loss than 2fo for these stockings 11 ljc Pair Infants Mercerized Cotton LacetlSocks and Stockings in size 4 to iicolorer are ll t cardinal tun blue white and black are tWotIJ11HosieryCoast I t We have just purchased at + auction 100 rolls of MAT TING and CARPETS which t tl r12Ac18o per yd for 2fic qUAlityI UOo per yd for ion IJunlityII t Carpets lOc up to Ii r c Hugs 2iic to Call and examine for yourself lliijf ff4f ERespectfully f submitted Cash Trade 0rLLDBIt1 RICHMOND KY f I Slh- MVTTI FltK JC T III f1 THE CITIZEN II I lit TILL SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON V SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MAY 3 of tier lreinn Aol III 301I ITI Verelf iCJolileii Teal Iv ComliHMitnrr 1mntrcil Ioy laws u M NlrnruH Copyright 191 American IrtM Auoclatlon 30 And nil the city was moved und the- prune run iDKetlur und they tuck Iaul unU drew him out of the temple und forthwith the door were shut Putil having met the elders declared bydulwttjH to tell what tSml hud wrought xlv 27 xv 4i lulu whether It was IV t tar to the JeWM or Ituil to the Ketitllen wax the Kiinie Cod workltiK till tint II Si Cor sll 0 when they wero 11trutrullart l y the holyephlt What these were who wero mi lou of the law that they could 6kill foul It might bo dlUlcult to tell M They certainly wero not tilled with the love thud In kind and thlnketh no evil Ax to the step that Paul took to conciliate them It ticconi pllithed nothing In that direction und to eau to have been very Btrungendvlco l on the part of the elder ton And u they went about Jo kill him tldlnim mine unto the chief captain cf the bund that all Jeru ulein was In an uproar When the captain with his Holdler t arrived holdlerssuI they were beating Paul but Part of the oats lUfMtigu to Ananias wan I will show him how J great tiling he must suffer for My IulllleN xake Actx It and Paul knowing this wnn not njoved by Uiemi thlngH Acts xx 20 though he did of mime of them an Mmmeful JtnullIlIlIt 1 Then II Our Ixml taught us that In the world wontmll have tribulation John 1133I and through Peter He taught WI we meat not think the fiery trial utruugu ll Pet iv 1J IS 33 31 Then lie chief captain came near and tuuk htm and commandnl hIm to be buunil with two chain and demanded who he was eel what he hkd dune t An III the riot at Kplieau Bomo cried mile thing and nouie another That riot wan cnuwed by those who worshiped Idol but hula was by tbone who pro fcHcd to wornhlp the true dial no that these at Jeruiwleni were more toblauie than the Kphenluni having more light than they had Thow who canned tliln tiu have been the saute sort ur- t people as these who made trouble at Antloch Act xv 21 pervertcnt of tbe Avord troublew of itouln- JT 9L Art not thou that Uicyptlan which bur Jaya mad it all uproar und IcddMt out into the wlldtrncM 4uw mm t thud were murderer luuatiilbbe content to bo mUundcrlo xl and accused and numbered with I trutiKgreHMirn und count it all u privi lege fur Jtsut sake purl of the fellow sesoup of llln nurturing tilling up that which U behind of the nllllctloiH of 1lirlnt for IIIN body1 make which is the church Phil III 10 Col 2I Think of a Itouiuii citizen being called an Kgyptluu goal n lender of a bal of murderer And If thing you know 1not are laid to your charge cun der Him who endured every form of trial c IIlur UIi Ud rJ 49 Hut Paul Bald I am a innn which am a Jew of Tams a city In Clllela a UcltlZ1I of no radii city anti tedlr me lo apvak unto the people f In counted nomewhat on ldr oilurlhfy cltlxeiwhlp how much moru 11IhouloIlhl believer rejoice that hla elt In heaven Phil 20 U toV heavennIn on hilt hide liking permitted to slspeak anil u great ullcneo l eliig made spoke In the Hebrew tongue As we hive no lesson from the next chap I wlet or from the drat portion of chapter mum devote the ret of my aulIj Jcaurt to him on the way to UaninBcun amid of Ida commlxNlon from tilt risen through Ananlu to be Christ drabviuieas unto all men He also told Ixml tipr eared to him again- ululIll yr apeelally uiuiiiluutniiiul limo to iro 1Cllr hens unto the gentile Then tin cried Away with such a tel low from tint earth for It not tit that u he Hhould live sill 12 xxi 81 At t11hws they listened ofttIIf rcnrrcctlon but the i olnt that citroubled these Jews was that the gen bo counted worthy to re tieehvu any Hpechil bleHnlng The anger crowd at tllll1 will not neem so ofIIcarried the gwpel to the house of Cor IIIlIlIulICtll xl 13 x 28 Kven now or who are Inclined to tl make a disturbance If too much said Illitbout taking the gospel to the heart of or even to China or India or the ixlaiid of the sea Tho tided of ChrlHt tLwllo gave Hlmxclf for old without re tllo of persons Is a rare thing anti obedience to Murk xvl 15 is also The chief captain not nnderntandlng Hebrew and therefore nut knowing why tile people were so excited wa ht0mhlIt find out the trouble insertion that he Will a Itonmn save slut from that and frightened the cap taut somewhat because of Ilia treat IIIIWllt of Paul thus fur he simply rn kept him safely and on the morrow as ptsemblel the Jewish rulers the chief fillllrhlIllI until their council and set Paul I tt before them Part were Pharisees and mlhurt wore Sadducees und foals testi mony set them ngalnst each other e II tint again the captain had to rosette d tt Paul and take him into tho castle Aft I heIr nil this treatment anti excitement ley nnd uncertainty how refreshing our read of the visit of the Lord to Paul In the prison imd of Ills comforting words rollhuloll of good cheer Paul xxlll U J ThCitizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR A Sweet llnilltli- IH never failing sign of healthy Htonmuli When the breath tlie ntutiiunli is out ofonler Them in no mntHij ill thin world oqtml to Ko del DjrHpciwiujCimi for curing itidi JlepH mid nil stomach ilieoriKrn Mrs Mary S Crick of White Jluiiw Ky writes I barn been n dyspeptic for years tried nil kimlaofrumeuiei hut continued to gran JVOIHH Uy the tine of Kodol 1 IKHUII to improve uL once nnd after taking a few bottles am fully restored in weight health and strength nnd can eat what over I like digests what you eat and Makes Ihu totnnch sweet For solo by Eat End Drug Co A 11I1SIBy A CONAN DOYLE PART TWO Tie Country of tile Saints Oh yen Well wo reckoned wed strike an other river soon dyo self Hut there wiN Famethin wrong conipiuucfi or 11101 or tomithln IIlIttlt didnt turn up Wilier ragout Just except a llttli drop fur the likes of you andand And you couldnt wash yourself interrupted his companion gravely star ing up at hlH grimy visage No nor drink And Mr licixler ho wan the lint to KO mid then Indian icte mid then MM McOregor situ thou Johnny HOIIM and then dearie your motherThen mothers a deader too cried the little girl dropping bur fact in her pinnforo and tabbing bitterly Vim they all went except you cold mo Then I thought then was some chance of water in this direction no heaved you over my shoulder and wu tramped it together It dont neeni an though weve Improved matter ThoroH an almighty mimll clmnco for us noel Do you menu that we nre gout to die tool nuked the child checking her loin and raising her tear Ktalned face I goon tbntB about the size of Vliy didnt you say before she- sold laughing gleefully You gave me such a fright Why of course now on long as we die well bo with mother again Yes you will dearie And yon too Ill toll her how awful good youve Uen Ill but she meet un at tho door of heaven with n big pitcher of wilIer and n lot of buckwheat cake hot anti totutcd on both sides like Hoi and me wan fond of How long will it boflrutT I dont know not very lung The mans eyed were fixed upon tho northern horizon In tho blue vault of tim heaven there appeared three little specks which increased in klzo every moment ho rapidly did they approach They speedily resolved theinmlvra Into three largo brown birds which circled over this bead of tho two wanderers nnd then settled upon some rocks which over looked them They wcro buzzard tho vultures of tilt WIt whoso coming is tilt forerunner of death Cooks nnd limn triad tho little girl gleefully pointing at their ill omened forms and clapping her hand to make them rise Mttay did Ood make thin country III courto ho did said tho compan ion rather startled by thin unexpected motion Ho made tie country down in lilt minis nu ho mimdn tho Mlwouri the lit the girl continued I guts somebody cUu made tho country in tbropattiL Its not nearly o well done They forgot tho water old the trees What would ye think of offering up prayer the man asked diffidently It aint night yet ahu answered It dont matter It aint quito regular but ho wont mind that you but You nay over theta ones that you used to say every night III the wagon when wo was ou tie plains Why dont you say some yourself the child asked with wondering eye- I dUrcmcmbcr them ho amiwcred 11 haint said iiono since I was half tho height o that gun I guess Its never too pate You say them out and Ill stand by and cone III on tho choruses Then youll need to kneel down mid me teashe said lay Ing tho shawl oat putryour up you feel kind of good It was a strange sight had titers boon anything but thobuzzards to soo It Side by lido on tho narrow shawl knelt tho two wanderers the little prattling child and tho reckless hardened adventurer Her chubby taco and his haggard an gular visage wero both turned up to the cloudless heaven in heartfelt entreaty to werugono thin and clear tho other deep and mercyeshadowdasleep nestling upon tho broad breast of her protector Ho watched over her- slnutberforsomotimebutmmturoproval to bo too strong for him For three drays and three nights ho lout allowed him self neither rest nor repose Slowly tho eyelids drooped over the tired eyes and tho head sunk lower tutu lower upon tho breast until tho mans grizzled beard waa mixed with thu golden tresses of hid companion and lioth slept the sumo deep llIll1rcallllelillslUlllborliad remained awake sightIthe extreme verge of the alkali plain c thero roso up n little spray of dust very slight at tint and hardly to bo distin guished front the mists of lie distance but gradually growing higher broader until It formed a solid well do tilled cloud This cloud continued to itcreaso In size until it Itecnina evident that it could only be raised by n great multitude moving creatures In moro fertile spots tho observer would have cone to tho conclusion that one cf those great herds of bisons which grnzo upon ttio prairlo must was approaching hint Tills was obviously impossible in these arid wilds As the whirl of dust drew nearer to tin solitary bluff upon which tho two castaways were reposing time canvas covered tilts of wagons mid tho figures of armed horsemen began to show up through the haze and thin apparition revealed itself as being n great caravan trlfiatun caravan Whet tho head of it lied reached tho base of thu mountains time rear was not yet visible on tho horizon Right across the enormous plain stretch ed tho struggling array wagons mid carts men an horseback nnd men on toot innuniLTnble women who stag goal along under burdens nod children who toddled bcsido thd wagons or peep ed out from under tho whilo coverings Tills was evidently no ordinary party of Immigrants but rather some nomad peo pie who hind been compelled front stress of circumstance to sock themselves n now country There roso through the clear air a confused clattering and runt bung front this grant mass cf humanity with time creaking of wheels smith the neighing horses Loud as it was it was not vuftlcicut to rouse tho two tired wayfarers abavo them At the heath of the column thorn rodti a score or moro of grave iron faced men clad in somber homespun gar meats and armed with rifles On reach hug the bnsoof tliu bluff they halted and held n short council ninong themselves The wells are to Ibo right my broth ers to Bald mitt n hard lipped cleats shaven man with grizzly hair To time right of time Sierra Blanco so wo shall reach the Illo Qrando said anotherFear not for water cried a third Ho who could draw It from tho rocks will not now abandon hii own chosen people Amen omen responded the whole party They were about to resume their journey when tutu of the youngest amid keenest eyed uttered an exclamation and pointed up at the rugged crag above them From its summit there fluttered a little wisp of pink showing op bane amt bright against the gray rocks be hind At the sight there was a general reining up of horses nnd unsllnglng of gnus while fresh horsemen came gale loping up to ma vanguard Tho word redskins was on every lip Thcrocnrit bo anynumber of Injun here said tho elderly man who ap peared to bo in command Wo have passel the Pawnees and there are no other trills until wo cross the great mountains Shall I go forward and see Brother Stangcrson asked ono of tho baud And UtIAnd H cried a dozen voices Leave your horses below and we will watt you hero tho older answer ed In n moment time young follows hunt dismounted fastened their horsca and were ascending the precipitous slope hfillIrapidly anti noiselessly with limo confi deuce and dexterity of practiced scouts Tho watchers from thin plain below could see thorn lilt from rock to rock until their figures stood out against the sky lino The young mime who hind first given time alarui was leading thcnj Suddenly his followers saw him throw up his hands as though overcome with as tonishment nud on joining him they wore affected in tho lame way by tho sight which met their eyes On tho little plateau which crowned the barren hill thero stool a singlogidnt boulder and against this bowlder there pay n tall moan long bearded and lord featured but of an excessive thinness His placid faco nnd regular breathing showed that ho was fast asleep Beside him lay n little child with her round white arms encircling Ills browns sinewy neck nnd her golden haired bead resting upon the breast of his velveteen ttujic Her rosy hips wore parted showing regular libel snow white teeth within and n playful smilo played over her Infantile features lief plump little white legs terminating III white socks and neat shoes with shining buckles offered a strange contrast to tho long shriveled members of her companion On tho ledge of rock above this strange couple there stood three solemn buzzards who at the sight of tho newcomers uttered raucous screams of disappointment and flapped sullenly away Tho cries of tho foul birds awoke the two sleepers who stared about them in bewilderment Tim man staggered to his feet and looked down upon the plain which hind been desolate when sleep had overtaken him aud which was now traversed by this enormous body of men mud of beasts Ills face assumed an ox pression of incredulity ho gazed and he passed his bony hand over his eyes This is what they call delirium I guess ho muttered The child stood beside him holding on to time skirt of his coat and said nothing but looked all around her with the wondering Questioning gaze of childhood Tho rescuing party wero speedily able to convince tho two castaways that their appearance wIt no delusion One of thou Bezed time littlo girl and hoisted her up6ii his shoulder while two others supported her gaunt companion and as listed him toward tho wagons My untiio Is John Ferricr the wanderer explained Mo and that lit tie till are all thattI left o 21 people Tho rest lash l dead o thirst and hunger away down in tho south Is site your child asked some out I guess sho is now tho other cried defiantly altos mine causo I saved her No man will take her away from We Shes Lucy Ferrier from this day on Who are you though he COIIL tlnuod glancing with curiosity at his Jtalwnrt sunburned rescuers There scums to bo a powerful lot o ye Night upon 10000 said ono of tho young men Wo are the persecuted children of God the chosen of trIO angel Meroim I never hearth tell on him said tho wanderer lie appears to brave chosen a fair crowd o ye Do not jest at that which is sacred said tho other sternly Wo are of thoo who behave in thou sacred writings drawn in Kgyptian letters on plates of beaten gold which Nero handed unto time holy Joseph Smith nt Palmyra xWn have come tutu Nanvoo In the state of Illinois whore wo had founded our tem plo Wo have como to seek a rfugo from tho violent man and from time godless oven though it bo time heart of the desert Pin namo of tfauvoo evidently ro called recollections to John Forrlcr I see ho said Ye aro time Monnonx- We are tho Mormons answered lilt companions with ono voice And w hero mire ye going Wo do not know Tho hand of God is leading us undch tho person of our prophet You must como heforo him He shall say what is to bo done with you They had reached tho base of tho hill by this timo anti wero surrounded by crowds of the pilgrims palo faced meek looking women strong laughing chil drum and anxious earnest eyed men Many wero tho cries of axtouishment and of commisiirntlon which arose from them when they perceived the yotttb of ono of the strangers and time destitution of tho other Their escort did not halt however but pushed on foljowed by a great crowd of Mormon until they reached n wagon which was conspicu for its great size and for thin gaudi ness told smartness of its appearance Six horses were yoked to it whereas the others were furnished with two or utmost four apiece Beside time driver thero sat n man who could not have more than years of age limit whoso nmssivu load and reM olutu expression marked him sap lead er He was reading a brown backed volume but ar the crowd approached ho laid it asldo and listened attentively to nn account of time episode Then ho turned to time two castaways If wo take you with us ho said in solemn words it can only bo as believ Url in our own creel Wo shall liava no wolves in our fold Hotter far that your hones should bloach in this wilder ness than that you should prove to bo that little speck of decay which in timo corrupts the whole fruit Will yon come with us on these terms Guess Ill como with ye on any tones said Ferricr with such em phasis that tho grave elders could not restrain n smile The leader alamo re blued his stern impressive expression Take him Brother Stangerson ho said Give him food and drink nnd time child likewise Let it bo your task also to tench him our holy creed Wo havo delayed long enough Forward On on to Zion On on to Klnul cried tho crowd of Mormons timed tho words rippled down the lung caravan passing from month to mouth until they died away in a dull mnrmnr In the far distance With n cracking of whips and n creaking of wheels time great wagon got into mo tion and soon tho whole caravan winding along once more Tho older 10I whoso earn the two waifs hind been com milled led them to his wagon whore n meal was already awaiting them on shall remain hero ho said III n few days you shall have tram your fatigues In tho recoerl11I rcincmbor that now nnd of our religion Hriglmm Young has said it nnd ho has spoken with tho voice of Joseph Smith which Is thoI voice of God CHAPTER II This is not time place to commemorate time trials and privations endured by time immigrant Mormons before they came to their final haven From tho shores of tho Mississippi to tho western slopes of tho Rocky mountains they hind strug glad on with a constancy almost unpar andnllclodtho savage boast hunger thirst fatigno and disease every impediment which nnturq could place in time way had all been overcome with Ailglo Saxon tenaci ty Yet tho long journey and time accu mulated terrors had shaken tho hearts of the stoutest among them There was trot ono who did not sink upon his knees in heartfelt prayer when they saw the broad valley of Utah bathed in limo suit light beneath them and learned from tho lips of their lender that this was tho promised laud and that thcso virgin acres were to bo theirs forevermore Young speedily proved himself to be- n skillful administrator as well asa res chute chief Mops were drawn nnd charts prepared in which the future city was sketched out All around farms wcro apportioned amid allotted in proportion to time standing of each individ sal Time tradesman was put to his trade and tho artisan to his calling In tho town streets amid squares sprang up as if by magic In time country thoro wero draining aud hedging planting amid clearinur until time next summer saw tho country golden with tho wheat crop Everything prospered in the strange settlement Above all tho great temple which they lead erected in the center of the city grow over taller and larger From tho first blush of lawn until tho closing of the twilight tho clatter of tho hammer anti time rasp of time saw wore never absent from tho monument which tho immigrants erect ed to Him who hind led them safe through many dangers The two castaways John Furrier amid time little girl who hind shared his fortunes and had been adopted as his daugh tor accompanied time Mormons to tho end of their great pilgrimage Little Lucy Ferrier was borno along pleasantly enough in Elder Slangcrsons wagon n retreat whichMho shared with time Mor mbnH three wives and with his son n headstrong forward boy of 12 Having rallied with the elasticity of childhood from time shock caused by her mothers death silo soon becamo a pot with tho women and reconciled herself to this now life fn her moving canvas covered homo In time meantime Furrier having recovered from his privations distin guished himself ns it ushful guide and raplcllIi1hotheIr wanderings It was unanimously cud agreed that he should bo provided ns largo and as fertile a tract of withI of tho spttlers with tho of Young himself and of Staugcwon Kimball Johnston and Drobber who wore tho four principal elders On tin faun thus acquired Joint Fer tier built himself a substantial loghouse which received many additions III succeeding years that it grew into n roomy villa Ho was n man of aprnc tical turn of mind keen in his dealings skillful with his hands His iron con stitution enabled hint to work morning and evening at improving old tilling his lands Hence It came about that his farm null nil that belonged to hint pros jeered exceedingly In three years ho was holler off than his neighbors in six ho was well to do ill nine ho was rich and in twelve there wcro trot half a dozen men in tho whole of Salt Lake City who could compare with him From time great inland sea to tho distant Wahsatch mountains thero was no name bettor known than that of John l errlerIThero wm ono way anti which lie offended the susceptibilities ofI his coreligionists No argument or per suasion could ever indnvo him to set up n femalu establishment after tho manner of Its companions Ho never gave reasons for this persistent refusal but contented himself by resolutely and Inflexibly ad hering to hits determination There wcro who accused him of lukewarmness in his adopted religion and others who put it down to greed of wealth and re lucttncu to Incur expense Othersagain spoke of SHIM early love affair and ot- a fair haired girl who hind pined array on tho shoresof tho Atlantic Whatever tho reason Ferricr remained strictly cel ibate In every other respect hu rOil formed to tho religion of time 011 FCti tlement and gained tho name of being nn orthodox mid straight walking marl Lucy Ferricr grew rp within tn lohouse awl as isle d Ker ndnptwl fuihi r all his undertaking The Iwn mr the mountain nd the tool tati mlnr of tho plno trees took the place of uurseuiu- methur to the young girl As ymr suc ceeded to year she grow taller aid stronger her chock morn ruddy nnd In r step more elastic Many a wayfarer upon tho highroad which run by Je mitts farm felt long forgotten thoughts revive in his mind as ho vrnlnhod her litho girlish figure tripping through thin uponherwith nil the ease and grace of a truo child of tho west So time bud blossom ed Into n flower old tho year which saw her father the richest of time farmers left her ns fair n specimen of American girlhood as could be found in time whole Pacific slope It was not tho father however who first discovered that time child bad de veloped into tho woman It seldom is in such cases That mysterious chniigo is too subtle and too gradual to bo meas cord by dates Least of all does tho maiden herself know it until time tone of a voice or tho touch of a hand sets her heart thrilling within her and she learns with a mixture of prido and ofI fear that a new mid larger natnro awakened within her There are few who can sot recall tint day and remem ber tho ono Httlo incident which herald ed tho dawn of n now lifo In time case of Lucy Furrier tho occasion was serious enough in itself apart from its futuro intlncnco on her destiny old that of many lsusidos It was n warm Jnne morning and tho Latter Day Saints wero ns busy as tho boes whoso hivo they had chnsoii for their emblem In the fields and III tho streets roso tho same hum of hnmnn industry Down tho dusty highroads defiled long streams of heavily laden mules all bend ing to tho west for the gold fever had broken out in California and tho over land route lay through tho city of time elect There too were droves of sheep mod bullocks coming in from time outlying pasture lands and trains of tired im migrants men and horses equally weary of their interminable journey Through nil this motley assemblage threading her way with tho skill of an accomplished rider there galloped Lucy Ferrier her fair face Unshed with the exercise mill her long chestnut hall floating out behind her She had n commis sion from her father in tho city timid was dashing in nsMiohad dom mealy a timo before with nil the fearlessness of youth thinking only of her task and how it was to be performed The travel stained adventurers gazed after her in astonish III ell t nnd oven the unemotional Indians journeying in with their peltry relaxed their accustomed stoicism ns they mar voted at tho beauty of the pale faced maiden She had reached tho outskirts of tho city when sho found the load blocked by n great drove of cattle driven by a halt dozen wild looking herdsmen frown tho plains In liar impatience she endeav oral to pass this obstacle by pushing her horfo into what appeared to bo n gap Scarcely had she got fairly into it how ever lieforo the beasts closed in behind her timid the found herself completely imbedded in time moving stream of fierce eyed long horned bullocks Accustomed ns she was to deal with cattle bho was not alarmed nt tho situation but took ndvnntago of every opportunity to urgo her horse on in tho hopo of pushing her way through tho cavalcade Unfortu nately tho horn of ono of the creatures either by accident or design cameo in violent contact with limo flank of time mustang and excited it to madness In an instant it reared up upon its hind logs with n snort of rage and pranced mill tossed in n way that would have nn Boated any but a most skillful rider Tho situation was full of peril Every plnngo of time excited horse brought it r against time horns again and goaded hiIto fresh madness It was all that tho girl could do to keep herself in tho sari qirile yet n slip would mean a terrible death under tho hoof of time uuwlolIlIamid terrified animal Unaccustomed to sudden emergencies her head began swim nnd her grip upon the lIrl 10ito relax Choked by tho rising of dust and by limo steam from tho strug gling creatures time might bravo aban doned her efforts in despair but for a l kindly voice nt her elbow which assured her of assistance At tho same moment n sinewy brown hand caught time frightrcoal horso by the curb and way through tho drove soon brought her to the outskirts Youre not hurt I tlopo miss said I her preserver respectfully She looked up at his dark fierce taco 1II111lnughm11Unclly Im awful fright WboocrILave been so scared by n lot of cows Thank God you kept your seat tho other said earnestly Ho was a tall sav 1Aago looking young fellow mounted aapowerful roan horso and clad in timemrough dress of hunter with along ritto slung over his shoulders I guess you are the daughter of John Ferricr ho remarked I saw you ride down from his house When you see him ask if ho remembers tho JolTollllopos St Louis If hoa the same Ferrier hllllIfather and ho were pretty thick Hadnt you better come amid yourself she asked tlcmurolv TO DE COSTIKUXD It Doesnt Scare Folkst- o 1 be told the truth about Lion Coffee II The scarecrow coffees are thosetfactoryeggsLion Cotfpp Is pure wholesome Z in flavor cud uniform oaledJ r sad afotmltyr l uu n I1I11t XII is hereby l Senedfthat DoWitts Hnzel mnrktlthatterated witch hazes DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands of cases of piles that would not yield to any other treatment and this fact has brought out many worthless counter feits Thos persons who get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo aro never disappointed because it cures For sale by East End Drug Co Necessary Expenses for l Twelve Weeks School Persons who board themselves ran spend a much or little as they choose on living expenses It pays to have a little extra money orlcct urn books mid other thing But the necessary expenses are only la follow To pay the lint day Limn HALL HALL School incidental Fee t 60 M Ex Hospital Fee 25 Z penscs etc about 2 00 2 00 nencral Deposit 00 00 Fund hed Room fuel 25 6 25 Pint Montha Board 5 W 5 OeExprnxefBeginning 21MoBon1500 500 Beginning 3d Mo Board 00 SOO 2SN I Oenl Deposit returned 00 1ijTotnl Uxponie la Weeks 97 CO 27 For those bclowJA Grammar deduct the n for book and Si from Incidental fee making the DIal only J4SI When four girls room together each tare J2 or more on room and fuel making the total only K2350 If flatted below A GrammarIIHODln and fuel cost ono dollar more In the Winter term Two rooms for housekeeping with stove etc ran utually be rented for from M to 16 a term The Inc of a bit coif a little tanbark er few homenpnu bedcoven will giyat- erm of school which will change ouea whole life fur the better Er PROPER T- IMEASING Weak HeartsAre due to Indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble IndlgesItraceable to but are the direct result of Indi gestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing It up against the heart This Interferes with the action of the heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr D Kaublsof Nevada Ouyi had stomach trcubla and was In a bad state as had heart trouble with It took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about four months and It cured me Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only SI00 Size holding VA times the trW sire which for SOe Prepared by O DWITT t 00 CHICAGO i D 1Ys Early Risers Tito famous littto pms f I IIIt THE MINERAL DISPLAY i s Kentuckys Hidden Wealth Will Be Exhibited at Fair I j AMPLE FLOOR SPACE ASSIGNED k Mined III Kentucky Will He Faiiilllur1 Ilaciinl at Oriut Kxposl- tlon KxperU Art Cullretliij Specimens Former Mayor f of Ijoulavlllo Oliulriuuu li Professor C J Norwood of LexlriR t ton state Inspector of mines and elite e counselor to tho mineral exhibit com mittee of the Kentucky Exhibit asso iselation has completed the floor n i for Kentuckys mineral display In tho t Mines and Metallurgy building at the ka worlds fair A reduced reproduction IofIt shows tho extent to which Ken tucky will so In making an exhibit of CHAS P WEAVER Chairman Mineral Exhibit Committee Louisville tho untold mineral wealth of tho state Tho chairman of the mineral exhibit committee former Mayor 1Charles P Weaver of Louisville and Professor Norword secured from the chief of tho department of mines and metallurgy Professor J A Holmes on a recent visit to St Louis the V promise that Kentuckys mineral ex hi bIt would occupy a most Important part in tho building Ho has assigned 0000 square feet In one place and this by the floor plan shown in article Kentucky will be given 1this fa iFf If I I n Cease f p 4 rrr i e nI fo sat I- ry a x oI Er 5rirn i ff aiiNI Les 4n PN4TnTa a Floor lan of the Mineral Exhibit 1000 square feet In other parts of the building and In It she will make duo pllcates of displays In her collective exhibit This will bo especially true of coal oil and clays three classifica tions that Kentucky will some day lead the world In OTHER KENTUCKY EXHIBITS Ono of the chief exhibits to be made by Kentucky at the exposition will be of forestry Mr A N Struck tho well known lumberman of Louisville rIschairman of the committee having display In charge and expects to make an exhibit at the fair that will thousands of dollars of capital j Iattractvirgin forests of the state lie the plan used in the Jesup Collection of Woods In the American NowIIndicate clearly the cross and longl tudinal grains while at the top will be displayed the angular grain Half of the wood will be in the original state and the other half polished with oil or varnish Attached to each speci men will be a small card with a gen s eral description of the trees charac such as height and foliage 1sectionwherein it is principally found mayIIic all of his plans for tho forestry ex originalityrstriking The United States Military academy at West Point will have an exhibit A building 38 feet long 29 feet wide and 31 feet high will be erected to contain tho exhibit and the architec turo will be ouch as to suggest at a glance the academy at West Point i lI WORLDS FAIR PLANS They Were Proposed as Early as the Year 1885 EDITOR FIRST TO ADVOCATE PAIR I resident Knuirls Attfiulcil tile 1ffiiKii Kxposltlou With u Vlrw tu- Insnrn u Creator Crlfliratlou ill M louls Ullirr Men Who Aided In than Work Professor Charles M Harvey edi tonal writer on the St Lulls Ulobi Democrat Is credited with having been the first person to advocate tin holding of u Worlds fair in St louls as a celebration of tho Louisiana Pur chase centennial Ills editorial writ Ings urging such an exposition ap geared as early as 1885 Statements have boon made that ex Governor Francis was the first to sug gest tho exposition idea The gover nor does not lay claim to such an honor ho only says that he heard the matter discussed at till time that St touts was a candidate for the Colum bian exposition and that when the prize was finally awarded to Chicago MINES lit ILDINO it was freely said by the St Louis comniltteemen that their city would build a greater exposition ten years later Out of all those who discussed tho probable holding of a worlds fair none considered tho matter so serl ously as did exOovernor Francis It is now known that he was continually planning tho creation which has been so successfully carried out and with this In view he removed with his fam ily to Chicago during the summer of 1S93 and was In almost dally attend anco at the Columbian exposition Although the worlds fair proposi lion had been forgotten by the many yet tho Idea was not lost and in May 189S the Missouri Historical society called a meeting of the various com mercial social and Industrial organl zatlons of St Louis to bo held In the month following and consider the subject Resolutions urging a celebration by an exposition were adopted at tills meeting and a committee was named This committee decided that early In 1S99 a convention of dblegates from the several states and territories In the Louisiana Purchase should be held for tho purpose of determining tho time place and manner of fittingly commemorating the centennial anni versary of the purchase by the United States of the Louisiana territory Ninetyfour delegates attended this convention which was held In St Louis on Jan 10 1S99 As a result of a vote ty rollcall St Louis was tho unanimous choice of all delegates us a location suitable for tho exposition and David H Francis was chosen chairman of the executive committee Papers of incorporation had been drawn counselernfor tho organized committees and the same were passed by both houses of the Missouri legislature without u dis seating vote and approved by Gover nor Stephens on Wednesday April 12 1899 Ten days later a mass meeting of citizens embracing all classes was held at Music hall In St Louis The most sanguine friends of the exposi lion were surprised at the Interest GOVEKNMENT BUILDING shown in the movement and before adjournment was announced near midnight verbal pledges to the amount of hundreds of thousands of dollars were given Juno 4 1900 congress adopted a measuro appropriating 15000000 for the Louisiana Purchase exposition but It carried two provisos that an equal amount should bo pledged by popular subscription and another S5 000000 appropriated by tho city of St Louis In order to meet the second provision It was necessary to amend the city charter and this question and also tho plan to appropriate 1000000 for a state exhibit wero submitted to the voters of Missouri at tho November election 1900 when the amend ments were adopted by a large ma unity Jan 12 1901 a sworn statement sent to Washington declared that the 5000000 popular subscription had been closed At this time a commit tee consisting of exGovernor Francis William H Thompson Plerro Chateau Fred Lehmann and James L Blair were at the nations capital working In tho interests of a second fair bill which land been introduced by Congressman Tawney After weeks of labor combatting opposition which came from eastern states the worlds fair workers were finally rewarded by the passage of the bill granting an appropriation of 5000000 twice the amount given to the Chicago fair Meanwhile the municipal assembly of St Lous acting on tho permission given by the people of Missouri amend tho charter had Issued toI same amount In bonds thus 15000000 available for the work of construction CARE OF CANARIES Hinv lo Srlrcl n Souil Sinner nnil Priilrcl lie llfilllli Ill seltvtln n bird drones one of the cross limsU a pure canary with a strata of Kolililndi or Inillllueli tuck says n writer lu the Ledger Monthly These are clmrmttHzed by tilt loop yellow of the alit taut ge and lilnek mark hugs for the p ldlhuh or greonMi tints for the Imlltlnrli cross Thow birds variably possess splendid voices sad robust constitutions this lust liflug n great consideration us the unmixed m nary hUll a romiirkiiblo uptltmlo fur lit vcloping diseases Owing to tilt herds strong susceptibility tu told tin ISIRO should never be hung In u draft or n stiff breezi met thor should It bt allowed to remain uncovered lu u lighted room nt night for u canary Is nervous mid excitable like all imislcnl temperaments and his song will b pcrnmnoiitly Impaired If not destroyed by such artlllolul oxhllura ion With regard to his habits ho must be taught to control his appetite and to take hits bath the first tliliiK In till morning so as to give Ills mistress n chance to tidy up before tin day Is ad vanced Never Insist on Ids taking n bath Iiistlnt Is stronger thou opinion and lit eau always bo rolled on to do lint Is best for his health After ho has finished his tubbing remove labs bathe otherwise he will bedraggle labs feathers until ho resembles the ruinous jackdaw of Helms after his excommu nication Then clean the cage fur the day iprlukllng the dour with a generous supply of gravel and sold mixed Nev er wind what the bird fanciers tell you about the advantages of those little packages of gravel he will sell you for cents apiece The mixture of sand und gravel agrees with the bird and prevents sure feet That can also be avoided by careful attention to the IMTCUOS Never use the sand gathered by the seashore us the presence of suit will kill your pet How lo Ilitvr Clear Window The easiest anti best way to clean windows Is to have two chamoU cloths Dust the window panes theta partly wring out n chamois In cold or slightly warm clear water Hub the window wring out tilt other chamois well and go over the window again Do not try to dry the windows How Coal May lie Saved When It Is understood that the same amount of fuel Is consumed In produc Ing either gas or heat It Is readily seen why out person will use four times us much coal as another without producing sty more heat If us much When feeding coal utter the tire Is made only a small quantity should be fed at n time and that spread evenly over the surface of the tire fur when fresh cowl Is added It for a time lowers the temperature of the tlrebox just us pouring cold water Into a lot of KIll fag water stops the bulling by lower ing the temperature until the added coal Is heated up to the Igniting luau when it first begins to burn and adds its heat to for mass When but little coal Is added this lowering of the teiu perature will hardly be noticed but add a large uuutty and It can be plainly Been How to Whiten lied eland Redness of the hands way IJtI cured by patient treatment Take an ounce of clear honey uu ounce of almond oil the juice or u lemon and the yolk of u raw egg Heat these Ingredients togeth er and apply the mixture to the hands at night covering them with old gloves which have berth slit across the back How to Drink 3111k One reason why cows milk is dls liked and found to be Indigestible by some adults is that when the milk Is not sipped the casein formed by the action of the curdling ferment of this gastric juice is dense and tough Tho addition of llmewater to the milk causes It to be precipitated lu easily dl gestible flakes said thus overcome the disadvantage to a great extent A tu blespoonful of the water to each glass Is HUltlclent A little sugar of wllk may be added to correct the taste of till limewater If necessary Prepare the llmewater by pouring water on some clean slaked lime and after allowing it to stand until perfectly clear pour off the water into bottles How to Himove Tar Slain To remove pitch und tar stains rub lard ou the stain and let it stand for a few hours Sponge with spirits of tur pentine until the stain Is removed It the color of the fabric should be changed sponge It with chloroform and the color will be restored How to Fre liii Cut Flower Cut off the tip of each stalk and stand the stem In water of about 100 degrees When they have revived ar range in vases tilled with lukewarm water to which a tiny pinch of salt has beeu added It the tips of the stalks are cut off every day and the water In which they stand changed they will last much longer Remember In gath ering flowers to send by mull that they should be scarcely more than buds if you want them to urrlve in good con dition Slow to Clean Wall Taper To remove grease spots ou wall pa per mix plpecluy with wuter to the con sistency of cream spread It ou the spot und leave It till next day when It umy easily be brushed or scraped off It the grease has not disappeared en tirely repent the process How to Meliorate Leather Rub It gently with u small quantity of white of egg Book covers may be greatly freshened by the use of equal ports of water and white of egg a T Walk Vlllmiit Urulrlim I WlH much nflliuUxl with sciatica writes Ed C Nod lowuvillu SIHK wick Co lInlII going about on pniuILiniment which roliovtxl mo used thru i0c bottles It is the grtwtast liuiinuut iovor used have recommended it to n nmiilmr of IMTHOIIS till express thoinwlvo us lining IwuoJitttHl by it I now walk without crutches nblu to perform u great deal or light labor on the farm5a fiUa nod fIOO- lit Kiist rid Drug Cos WHMIMM1N nHWo iiroinptly obtain V ami Fun igll PATENTS b nd laolelikctcti or ol InTfiitlnu foi frvcrcpxrt on iwtentntilllty Fnrfr olal llowoltkacareRADEMARKS t GASNOWI OPPOSITE 5 PATENT OFFICE WASHINGTON DC loud fur Children Tho pleasant to lake and hnrmltws Oust Miiinto Cough OiirotfivoM linmiv dintu relief in cats01GUgh Cnmp and LiiOriiipe htenusti it dots not puss imuuxlintolyiuto the stoumch hut takes effect right at till sent of ha trouble It draws out the inllnmmution honls unit soothes nnil cents permanently by enabling thu IIIIIKH to contribute pure HfegiviiiK Iud life rustsiaiug oxygen to this shod and tissuen- For suit by East Email Drug Co Laughlin Fountain PenI- s THE PrtROf EN AND HA 8 NO EQUAL ANTWHINI FINEST GRADE UK GOLD PEN YOUR CHOICE OF THESE POPUUK STYLES FOR 100 SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES AT 3 The Huifhlm fountain Pro Holder uiu droj tinI flt qua Illy hard rubber U gridelargeof any ilrmril flex blllly perfectfeeling Hither style richly gold mounted for preentatIon purpotea SI OUeitra hebleIkrtctlxtlktfrkt Hut wilt give such continuous plcaiureanJ service For Sale by EAST END DRUG CO Joren Kentucky llrrliluw tnrr Fever nnd AguO A dose will stopn chilln continunnco always cures Mrs Win M Stroud Midlothinn Texas May JI1 18ml writtflIIU have used Herbino in our family for eight years und found it the best medicine wo hit va over UBwl for In gripix billioiih fever and Mid arid Mfe nt EAST END Dnro Co STANDARD Rotary Shuttle i Sewing TAKPABn GRAND SWELL PkOUK LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture owing machine that retail from 1200 up The Htandard Rotary run 01 ullent u the tick of a watch Makes Mltchen while other tnaclilue make Apply lo our local dealer or If there U Ie er your lowu addreu a TUeJStandard Sewing Machine Co- 211To4 First Kt Clnrlnnatl 0 S E Welch Jr Local Agent have had orculon to ore your UlackUrtujtht Stuck and Poultry Mull tint and am loitAlCd to ray that Inevcr- ulCd anything fur Itk that gave half at good lallilacllon heartily rcconv nund It to all owns of tock J U liELMIEK St Luuli Mo Sick stuck or jwultry slioulil nut eat cheap stock fuu any inoro than sick n oiij ulioiilil eiHvt to cored by ftal Vlien your stock- and poultry are lick gave tliciu iiutN Iciiitf Ion t shift them with worth lest stuck fotxh tnlitil the UiweU allllltir up the torpid liver thud the losablemid Ioultry Medicine unliuul thu hrphllinrIttaken in time txviire u UTitrnt can of lllackHnuiijlit t teckanti Poultry ilnlicino RIll it will iav fur itself ten timwovrr HorwiwurKUttiT owi oivt more milk UUK gain hus- hAndhetlrlaytunrecigsl It I 111 the iirt bleiii making at much blood llijh und energy ai lIOIJlIIIt out of the mnnllist uiiiouiit of food iwii- ijamed liny n can from your dealer DR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount to Students Uiclitnond Kuntuckr Ualed- A innn of vide ncqunintanco nnd I good HildruMM to rnpriHont in hens ono ol tho oldest host tiled cliff ilpest iiccident nod health inmirnnio 1011- 1IlIlIitI in oxistinin lieu hiinilttil tiollnrs IWO In case of loath six dollars per wck in cane of ncciili it six dollars pr week in case of Hick niHN Pie cninbiiifd cost is only two I dollars2 per year NonMm siminln ordiiosnlsnNirtvlidtMitiflintiOii fni Big ltllllmi iou Writu at omit lo W E Smith Slato iiK tnt Hi IntIMain street Lexington Ky linking twonlylivo dollars wtekly II Vote for Your Choice FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL 1 TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID tirhonl children and public rniiUy liitllrtl to rule Id ileuiinluc the meet Twpular- In very county Votes Ira crnta tech tea art at oar lime All tnonejr over and above trIp eiKnie of leads cttljitnlniu erection of the Kentucky llutldlaKaltuelli loiltiou lliery voter thus irrn the aitufadlon of knowing aworttsyause 0 1INut teen added lit the acme time a ftvoilte leather her rttxlvra i rr Ei lllii Conlrat ex duclril unite lce uIi4uratlonil Italdklt Con mitre of Kentucky rilub i AnolIonIbe oraanitation 1irniil In raise too iu fora- rntuky lIulhllbl anj fun produahavingirIIu pubbeTiretr educator lu Ihr J citheEdualluuaiIahsbsttommitredousea IapoailiooIalaceof Kducatioii The lUponlll in U 10 in the 1I1rlda In lory The Ichfrll cho en wilt helucky ludenlinleinglewlrredthtrip to the Ialr IfIcounty elect luowu mo tiot ularr lu alor Thecounl JetIer nc lInlC thelarKenuml erof otca wilt be alltmrJ to scud two teacher the tnt juvuUr and the actuuJ iuu l popular THE TOTES WILL DE TES caTS EACH TCt COXST1TCT150 A lliLLOT At ten centa each eCry achoolchlldlnthe6tatewitlbeabietorstatlraatonevoteforhb or her farortte teacher lint the vollaff wilt pot be confined to acliuol children Aunel1I0nleuerally ai well aa by the school children ballots contain ten apace ao club of ten pupil jmay be arranged and each giving ten crnta Ix ciedltrtl with hit or her vole If one pcaon de 1UnrouedollarTiinri ivinTins WILL UK TIDE n ntoM Tilt MOST roinin Trirnrns to make the trip more profitable ant more Kachof these partlea will ronut of forty Len teaches TtaU would makea tout ol Uolcacbrrsbul ai there are only tie countle In Kentucky the Aaucla gumomAIL TKAC1IERS H TIIK KTATK KTtSD OX AV fOOTIXfl In this contest The teacher with out twenty pestletryrrehemore vteathan the leather with Iior tlmea aa rainy enrolled a or her achool bccuelie Toting U out conCneil to children Thy public will be an Important factor Votes m be cut nor a non who taught achool duilnir x i or U teaching now In November or Jlfccwrthe opgltobewtac ANT SfJintll OK IMIMTS RAT UK CAST AT ONE TIJIC There la no limit The Uriaentlu for anyone teacher the more voi a lie or ahe will Icieditel with TblJONMIXILLAKCASTH TIJM OT1W TWO DOLLARS CASTS TWlNTV VOTItS DOLEAn4CASTS TaIiaTYVOTF9 IfO R JKILA4lARTH lOItT OTIIA CASTS IllTY VOTISJ TIN ILT tRS CASTS A 1IUNUIIUO VOTliHj ONH 1IUNUKKU IARS CASTB ONE THOUSAND VOTES All of the money received in thla contest over nnilabore llatu eil In defraying nprnu of the mo t popular teacher of the ria eon their It to the VVnriUa cu lor the errc lion fa Krnlud at thert oait 11 ao ever voter In this cootctt may have the adjl tloual satisfaction of knowing that he has odda worthy cause THK STA5DIMI Or TilE CONTESTANTS WILL UK IltlSTKD rnrOrrvnT In each county to how his or her friends how the race Is being run Begin vutlnv now for ollr favorite chootIteacher The rote will be counted under the aupervlllou the Itducallonal liahlblt of the Aaaoclatlon The lCflonnrt of this as Irof II G liiownell Louis vllle Chairman 1rof IIY McChciney 1rankfort Irof RI llalleck I ultvllle Ira W IL Louisville Prof I1aul tndrrwn lulllltolil nr Chase Palmer nanellle fees Idcnt Wlillara Ulnwlddle Ji kion IVr W C frost nerea Dr n U Ituntnon Loulavllle i Dr II Y r Arthur Pager rnrjelowu hUptlnleudelil M A Cuddy ioU Inilon superintendentS1 L JlrolCie lrlIIroltIrol c J lrAhbf t Iror Mclleary Khoadi Owentboro fi Alley Bcllevue Irof C C Cherry Howling Green Irof Kno 6 n r sDTucker eulavlllettiM ETEBT COCSTT ELECTS ITS OWN FATORITH TEirilEH Competition between j countlea to the race lor the trolls trip the county oulnlde of Jctrrraon casting the largest total uumberof votes being granted tlicdlitlnctlon flf emllnit twolracheii The renutt will be announced every paper In the stale and In mldlllon lo thla concralulatory mraaairr will zo to the teacher elected each comity 1aterthedrtallaofthetrip wilt benarranged each teacher cho cn being glvfti the privilege the June July August crytu which he or abe wants to make the trip CUI OUT THIS BALLOT IILL UP BLANKS AND MAli WITH cast TEN votes for Wenr JIt1 r of as the most popular teacher in t county ONE DOIJAR HNCIOSKI lac 101- warwWhwwra tOca tOc iTo toc I o fOe 100 tOc i loc Voters are not required to alcn their nalllU but the Aaaoclatlon wants all school soling to do ao them In the Kentucky lliillilliic Voter have the option of aendlng ballots direct to the Secretary of the Aaaoclatlou Iron which d chllchruIAdditional lmllotaiusybe obtained h getlhnrrataneopleaorllsi paper KeuiltUncca be made by ccrlthed check reKUUred letter i pIgpostal luoucy order or in currency at leudeta rlik Aildica all cotnnollltataallull SecieUry toulivllle Ky r THE CITIZENtc n Woman In- Business As Illustrated by the P- oI thetic Story of Toby I- fVnm Istttn from a SflMailt Mrr thud tit lilt Wes IM Uoayf Harare Jxirfinrr UU3Krnfvlenf NwnH Miiu mini l 01 J uWWirw Jfcwlwi IJQIIutter do business wllh a woman J dont think of n little Incident xvlilfli happened whets I was first mur riktl to your ma AVti sot up liousekcep Ing In oui of those cottages that you f t tend nlHiut In tin tit nry books hilt that mi want to why nway from when IIH j tut up to you to Hvw In one of thou It wast Just the place to go fur n kite hut HH Ircen my experience that n felt low docs most of hln picnicking before hes married Your ma that the cooking nml I bus tled for things to cook tlMiiiKli I would take a shy tit It myself once hi awhile nod get up my muscle tossing tliipjarks It wan pretty rough sailing you lift huunlgedItIt h III1C wo had mode up our minds to take our fun wi went alone W lth tiKMt people happiness In some ling that always Just a day oT Hut iiavi made It a rule never to put off- Ing happy till tomorrow was clerking In a general More nt- nt tlim hut I had a little weakness t live Mock even thou and while I ouldut afford to plunge In It exactly managed to buy II likely little shoto- mt I reckoned on carrying through lit Hiimmer on credit and presenting Ith a hill for iinl In the fall lie wan JUKI n ilaln pig when he came to IK nail we kept him In n little its hut lu wJItllIlt III finding out that he wasnt ploy ordinary mot and grunt pig le lust knew your nm war oil i and had turned him IoMwe lIlIwlNIito ills name like a dug Never saw such u sociable pit Wanted to sit on the lamb with Tried to route tutu till bonne evening Imil to run down till road squealing for Joy when he Maw me coming home from worn Well It got on townnl November nail Tohy had 11111 making tit mot of bin opiKirtunltles I never saw a pig that turned corn late tat foist and the stouter he got tlie lietter his disposition Krew I reckoiil was attached to him myself In n sort of a sneaking way hut Vim mighty fond of long meat too iid we is rated Toby In the kitchen Ho ItIlNllnci and tutu htm butchered home to dinner next tiny I noticed that your nm looked mighty solemn an solo Ntt the roust of lark down In front of me hut I strayed off thinking of luinicthliig eUe ail carviil t nod my wllit were off woolgathering Nunn enough wisest I wild Will you have a piece of Toby my cartr Well idr she Just looker at me for a nouu lot and then Khu burst our crying And rats away from the table Hut when I went sifter her nod iiskVd her what was the matter slio stopj ed cry big unit wan taut In a minute all the way through Called me a heartless cruel cannibal That seemed to relieve her wi that she got over her wad nod iHUnn to cry again Hogged me to take Toby out of plekhi stud to bury hurts In jtill garden I reasoned with her nnd the root made her Neo that any i ohsetmles fur Toby with pork at S ViitH a pound would be n pretty ex iriMiftlvo funenil for ns Hut first toad lust Nile butt managed to take my up e tile away that I didnt want any roast pork for dinner or cold pork for supper that night took what was left of Toby to a Htorckccpcr at tilt Crossing who knew would I able to gaze on his hums without bursting lute lean iluoIan example of why I Iwlleve women reiit cut owl for hllllhlIIItnt leant I r the pork packing liunliiexn Ive had l autos with a gMxl many of them drat shill last nod ItH IKIMI my experl ence that wlien theyve got n wInk cone they add their sex to It nod wits mid tint when theyve gut n strong case they subtract their Hex from It with you hunter than a man Theyre Hlmply bound to win either way had I dont like to play a game where I havent sissy Khow When a clerk nmkcN a fool break I dont want to beg ids pardon for calling Ids atten thou to It nod I dont want him to Iii usla and tremble and leak a little t brute Into a fancy pocket handkerchief A little change la a mighty Hoothlng thing anti like a womanM ways too much at home to care very touch for them at the olllce Instead of hiring women I try to hire their huftbandu nod then usually have them both working for me Theres nothing like a woman at home to spur on a wan at the olllce GOING THE WHOLE HOG You Must Do It lo Win In Pork hiking aid Other Things Youve got to believe that tile Lord mile the first hog with the Jnilmiu road burned In tho skim and tlmt the r ove which nished down a steep place as packed by n competitor Youvn i It to know your goods from A to lz ird from snout to tall on the hoof id In the cnn Youve got to know cm u n young mother knows baby talk I J to be as proud of cm as the yoimg her of a twelve pound boy without lly thinking that youre stretching lour pounds Youve got to believe iu Joqr ateu yourself and make your buyers take stock In you nt par nail accrued Inter ent Youve got to have tie scent of n bloodhound for nil order and the grip of a bulldog on n eiiMlonier Youve got to feel the mime personal solicitude over n bill of goods that strays oft to n competitor us a parson over a back slider nnd hold upeclal services to bring It back Into the fold Youve ot- to get up every morning with deter mination If youre going to go to bed with satisfaction Youve got to eat hOI think hog dream llO11I short go the whole hogIr youre going to win out In the pork pncklng business Thats n pretty liberal receipt I know but Its Intended for n fellow who wnnls to make a good sized pie And the only thing you ever llnd In pan try that you dont put In yourself Is byInnn Letters From n Self Made Merchant to Ills Son by Cleorge line nce Iorrlnoer OLD GORGON ON COLLEGES They Make Neither Fooli Nor Bright Men They Develop Them liven Mxll rs fVmn u M3dfe Mtr ttiant la lilt Son till Otuivt turner Jsirimtr II heat Ilorroiwut Your nm got buck safe thin mourning nail nlio vnnti nil to Ill sort to tell you tint to ovtrnttuly god I want to tell you to bo mire not to tintlcrntmly Vbnt were really Hviullni you to Hnrvanl for In to get n little of till education tlmtit so Rood nod plenty there When Its paosftl n roil ml you dont want to he Imnliful but rend right out and take a big liolpltiK every time for I want you to get your share Youll thou that win ration about the only tliliiK lying around hose In hobs world nnd that Its about the only tlilnu u tallow can have nil much of ax heii will III It to haul nwny Kvirythlin olw U ncrtwed down tight tad tho ncrowdrlvor lon- tIm noxious that you nhoultl he n grid scholar hilt Im more nmloun that you nhould be a IOIHI clean man tad If you Knuluatu with a Hound con whence I Hlmnt euro much If there nre n few Jiok lu your Mtln There are two parts of n college education the pnrt that you got lu the itcuoolroom fnim the profensorn and the part that you get outside of It from the boys ThatR the really liniiorlnnt part fur the lint ran only make you n scholar while the Hecoiid can make you a man IMucatloii U u deal like eatliiK n fellow cant always tell which par ticular tiling did him Rood but ho can usually tell which one did him harm After n square meal of roast beef nnd vegetables stud nilnce pie nod water melon you cant say Jtint which tngrc dlent U RoliiB Into uiu clc but you dont have to be very bright to figure out which one Marled the demand for pubs killer In your Inutile or to guess next niornlnc which one made you lap hove In n pentonal devil the night lie fore And so while n fellow cant UK ore out to an ounce whether UN Latin or algebra or history or what nmoiiR the MilliU that U building him up In thlll plane or that lie can BO right along fcedliiK them In tad betting that theyre not the thing hint Urns hid tongue fuzzy Roes n college education 11111 Doe it pay to feed tn pork trimming nt fi cent n pound at the hopper and timer out nice cunning little country Nnn sages nt SO cents n pound at the other 111117 Doe It pay to take n steer thats been running loose on thin range nnd living on cactus nnd etrllcd wool till has Just n bunch of barbed wire nnd Hole leather hint feed him corn till hed jiiKt n Milld hunk of i orterhoiiHe stank and oleo 0111 You bet It payri Anything extra that trains u boy to think anti to think quick payK Anything that teachex a boy to get tho niiHwer before tho other fellow gets through biting tin pencil PIIJM College dooAiit make fools It duo velops them It tloesnt make bright men It develops them A fool will turn out n fool whether be goes to college or not though hell probably turn out n different sort of a fool PLAY AND PIE f Both Good but II linl Wit to M Jit a Meal of tllhir iOf course nil this KOIIK to take so much time and thought that you wont have n very wide margin left for Rolf iwpeclnlly In the afternoons I simply mention tlila In pnssiug because see III the Chicago papers which have beets sent me that you were among the play era on the llnkH one afternoon a fort night ago Oolfs a nice foolish gaine amid there nlnt nay harm hill no fur as I know except for the balls the stilt balls at the beginning the lost balls In the middle amid tho highballs nt the end of time game Hut a young fellow who wants to bo n boss butcher hannt much daylight to waste on any kind of links except sausage links Ot course u tau should have a cer tain amount of play just fis n boy Is entitled to n piece of pie at the end of his dinner hilt ho dont want to make n mend of It Any one who lets sinkers take the place of bread null meat gets bilious pretty young add these fellows who havent nay job except to blow thin old mans dollars tore n good deal like the little niggers In the pic eating contest nt tho county fair theyve nplen ty of pastry and theyre attracting a heap of attention but theyve got n stomach echo coming to them by nnd hIrom Letters From n Self Made Merchant to Ills Son by George liar ace Lorimer JL YekYn RELIGIOUS THOUGHT GCIIM nirnnrd Prom the Trnrhlnitl of All Ilrnomlnnlloim- ChrUtH hero In the tout who In iin Rillltili brave nod pure free trout the tyranny of slnbev I 11 llnrrln Kplxcopallan Atlanta On- Conllnnrd Personal Effort The Hlhle IB batted on the Idea that what Is Rood can he attained only through personal effort nnd can maintained only by continued effort Rev Dr Mackenzie Presbyterian New York ChnelnE the Man The problem of temperance is change the man kill the aipetltc amid put mural illRT In hilt will Morally nod noliI giously there miiHt be n new num Her It HoKera CongregatlonallNt lhb cago Thrill In Our lnity Ilvr There In n wldexprcad opinion tblllI certain things are wicred and others profane and that Cod has nothing to do with the circiimtitanccri making up our lives Her W e Hlclmrdsoii Hplsco pallan riilladelphla Cure Fur Life Worries The only IHlIIslhlu way to overcome the wprrlca of life till onxletlen as to the future to learii to trust heel ItICal U our father mind friend tilt fu ture can lave no tciVom Hev Dr hull Uulvinwllst New York Srrrrt uf Advanremrnl The use which a tuna makes of isle money Strikes a great deal deeper than uppoas fit tint AH a rule It holds tine secret of his advancement with ma terial hfcKstngs Her Dr Haymond President Union College Kchcnectady- X Y Tbr Present tai atlan The future has never saved any man It he Is saved nt all It was In the preneiit now We have no louse on the future no It II dangerous to trust tht souls hiilvatlolt to tie deceptive future Today the Saviour cills not tomorrow or wane line In the future hut now Rev J T Hlalr Haptlst Hrookly- uConqarrlnc Iawrr of Love Love Is the strongest power vr cute lout of the soul It will conquer when nothing else will Force and rlolencu wily comK l meta to put forth greater strength to oppose the opposition against them The love of Christ con Htralneth us When a tuna Urst exioerl mess the lore of Christ he then sur renders to the lord He will then do rot love what no taut can force Ida to do Her Dr H C Charles Presbyte rian St Loui- srrnllcaie Nrrrnarr to Iardoa t God saw tit to redeem men by the blood or his Son The Imuntlful provi sion for human salvation Is apparent throughout the gospel and the applica tion of Its Iwiiellts Is Hien In the for glreness of nlns That rwlemptlon U conditionally applleil Is the teaching of the Hlble It could not otherwise for to pardon a guilty man without penitence or faith would be Inconsist lIlt with the character of God and his illnlte justice Her Dr Adams Metb dlst Itrooklyiu Too Many irons la the Ilre III no respect does the BlmpllcHy of life suffer thorn deadly harm than train thin mulUfartoumirss of our activities Too many Irons In the lire And the worst effect Is not tint Home of these lire burned mind Kjxilled but that the living mats much oftener than the llr lug woman wasting his strength or hers upon a multitude of exacting obligations breaks down both hotly and mind and ruins utterly the capacity for doing army good thing Her Dr John W Chadwlck ynltarlan Brook lyn Unity of Life It Is often said that the future belongs to youth the past to old age and the present to maturity If the saying be true then hope Is the guardian spin it of young hearts memory presides over the destiny of thin aged while the mature tom controlled by the spirit of the work nod contentment nut strictly speaking url cannot be divided Into sections Tin true life has at once unity order and movement anti time great soul lives at once In the past the present nnd tie future Of the Intlnite Cod it Is said that he Is the same yes terday today and forever Her Dr N D Hlllls Congregatlotmllst Brook lyn Chrlita Grraleit Triumphs The more I study the love of Christ the more I am Impressed with thin fact that Ills greatest works were what at the time seemed thin least His great est triumphs were not when the multitude was trying to force him to be a temK ral king hut when by the sea side he was teaching n baud of bum bra fishermen tot us he stands upon tho Mount of Olives but as be situ lu the little home at licthany liot as he walks In the porch of the temple huts ho tarries by the pout of Sllonni not as In princely procession be enters tho gates of the Holy City with the clad hosannas of tho populace rinsing lu ids ears but In dark Gethsemane Her Charles L Chalfant Presbyte rian St Louts Ha U of Christian Unity As an expression of the growing son timent III furor of unity the National Federation of Churches Is specially slg nltlcant Through the influence of this federation Chicago pastors and Chris tints workers are considering the win dons of a closer cooperation of forces In our own city No federation will amount to anything which does not have before It a definite object To federate for tin sake of federation dooms the enterprise to certain death What phase of work Is common to nil Christians and of transcendent Impor tance The work which Jesus Christ camo to do ought forever to be the dom inant work of his church That work is the Ralratlon of thin lost If thin churches of this city are to Join forces In any undertaking the first thing sought should be the awakening of the Indifferent In our churches anti out lier L A Crandall Baptist Chicago r = SOUVENIR BUTTON FREE The Kentucky Exhibit Association has determined to Rive a souvenir but ton the regular jprice of which is one dollar to every person who casts ten votes in the Scho Teachers Popu larity contrst or forms n club of ten and thereby casts ten votes Remenbor then that every ten votes Gnat in tho contest entitles the one casting them to souvenir button free Remember too that the purchaser of nsoureuir button may cast ten vote in the contest without BUY additional expenditureCash Subscriptions The Kentucky Exhibit Association with the hope of awakening thn deep est interest possible in the School Teachers Popularity Contest from the very start has decided to allow teachers desiring to enter tho contest to become solicitors for subscriptions to tho 1 100000 fund being raised nail to apply every enoli contribution whether for one dollar or ono hundred dollars in votes at ten cents each for himself or herself- WEALTH IN OUR FORESTS So large is the monoy value result ing from the mere conversion of the products of our woodlands that it equalsat present annually a two per rent dividend on the entire wealth of the nation 05000000000 according to the census in 1890 This dividend to be sure la unfortunately largely paid not from surplusage but from capitalstock and a future generation will have to make good the deficiency From Fernowx Reononuiba ojForest- ry Croirell For liver troubles and constipation Theres nothing tatter in creation Than Little Early Risers thin fam pillsThey a cure anti save doctor bills Little Early Risers am different from all other pills They do not weaken the system but net as n tonic to the tissues b arousing the scene tions BlIIlrestonngthe liver to thin lull performance of its functions naturally For sale by East End Drug Co THE MARKETS A O NORMAN LlscmNNaT4 Aprils 2- 7CATLTtCommon 12M 32r Butchers375 fG 45K Shippers450 J 50- 0CALVSChoice500 ffl fiM Large Common 3 r0 W 45- 0HoosCommon1100 fJ 070 Fair good lightfi 5 4 705 paCking710 75C- SIJKF Good to choice 110 440 rr Common to fair JOO 100 LAUDS Good to choice fiO t fi8ri a Common to fair 100 W K40 WDEATNo2Red ii 7ii COIN 16 til- lOATSNo2 mixed H3J 311 RTENO 2 flip J 68 FUICR Winter h Family pawnta66i38r rILL FEED HAYNo1 Timothy 10010l No2 lfi00 lfi2Ti No1 Clover1200 M 12- CiioonnoNo 2 POULTRYYoung chickens IE Heavy hens 12 Roosters 6 Turkey 10 Ducks 13 Eoas = Fresh near by J1 HIDES Wet salted 7i II No 1 dry salt it Bull 7 II Sheepskins f9 70 TALLOW Prime city 0 fii II Country fij nj REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for homespun and homewoven goods such as bed coverlids linen dress- linsey jeans blankets elcl at follow tap prices Coverlids 1 4 to 16 j Linen 40 to jCODta a Dress LiDaey60 cents yardBlankets pairWhite and white blankets are not in demand only on onlers- Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wideJand 2 J yards 90 inches long ayes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Beroa College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in person or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky Telephbne to No sior call when in Richmond at JOES 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5300 anil goaO nhuci ctf onlittmry5y1UMade of file boat leathers Incljitinj Patent Corona KM Cutona Colt nod Natlonnl Hanaaroa lf tI4Jl j Hlirk hoot fud W L DOUKUI 8400 Ollt Edga Line rnnnut be equllmt at any price t ly mull ease I onI1bet lino In iIrek RfRf COYLE Solo Appnts fof Berra Next door to post ollico Ia Cyrus Stylish Washable Serviceable Prices 2 to 4 Dollars each RICE ARNOLD Main St Richmond Ky Subscribe for the Citizenk I I bTHECITIZEN I 111111111 1111 LOCAL AND PERSONAL i FN1111111MIM111HNN 11N NI H11 ap Miss Alice Titus is homo from Camp Nelson and will remain for the presentTwo our old citizens are with us for a few days J M Wood and P M Reynolds- J J O Sharp has returned from east ern Kentucky where he spent several days on business 4Miss Anna Lindloy came this week i from Kingston Iud for a visit with t friends here t Chas P Collier of Salt Lick Ky 1aUlI W C Field of Toledo 0 were for oil J Thursday prospecting i Little Lizzie Reynolds daughter of P M Reynolds of Hamilton 0 is- I a visitor at the home of Mr and Mrs Chas Reynolds on Center street r Rev H J Derthick is holding a two weeks revival service at Hazel Green with good success Ho expects to return to Berenuext Monday Grover Fish played a star game at short for the Berea College baseball 1teamaccepting six chances without making one run and a two base hit- BeriyI Reynolds has returned from the Indian Territory and will inaki 1arrangements to move his family there soon where he has provided n now home Mrs M L Spink with her two cbil dren returned to her home at Chand lerville Ill on Monday She was accompanied by her sister Miss Sell Burdette C C Rhodus went to St Louis Friday night and returned Saturday night with his older brother Walter who is just recovering from typhoid 1feerLeon Lewis who recently took unto himself a wife from among the young t ladies of Maysville Ky arrived horn Saturday with his bride for a visit with relatives George Smith left Monday for his home in Lincoln Neb after a ten r days visit with his sister Miss for ence Smith Librarian of Berea Co lege Library Rev William Lowen of Nicholas ville Ky tilled the pulpit at the t Second Church Sunday morning and night in the absence of the pastor Rev Derthick J E Dalton wbowlssuBerjously in f jured yesterday a week ago by being j kicked in the side by a horse which I be was shoeing was again able to do a little work Monday- R H Royston has sold out to a Mr Wills who has moved the meat shop to building opposite Mrs Sam Masons millinery store Mr Royston expects to take up s hoot leaching t Mr and Mrs C C Coyle arrived e l Thursday from Atlanta Ga and are now visiting Mr Coyles father Judge Coyle in Jackson county The wed ding of this couple was one of the recent social events of Atlanta The baseball boys and athletic as sedation certainly appreciate the way in which the citizens promptly raised 4 51200 to insure them against loss should bad weather cut down the crowd at the game Saturday afternoon A concert will be given Tuesdav night at the Tabernacle consisting of vocal and instrumental solos band and orchestra music and songs by the Glee Club The proceeds are to be used in making the athletic field ready for football next fall Admission IB cents The following letter has been receiv ed from J C Teeters Weiser Idaho and will bo of interest to his friends 7 here We en joy our western home very much The health of my family i- sjRreatly improved by this western I am improving very slowly The 1I I is a thoroughly thrifty school and is doing a mighty work in the west COLLEGE ITEMSe 1 A rustic porch is being added to Clover Bottom cottage whichwill greatly enhance its picturesequeness Clayton Judd who has been seri J ously ill at the Hospital for a month cOwith bilious fever is again able to be outGarfield Henry a student who is n jsulTering from tonsilitis was taken to Saturday night where ho can have the necessary caro The right kind of a band is the subject of an address to be delivered at the Tabernacle next Sunday night by Prof H M Jones All are invit t el The skin of thlagIS wild cat killed last Saturday ou life eastern side of IBearKnob by James Ogg has been sent to Wards Natural History estab i 0I u lishment Rochester N Y to be mounted for the College museum Prof J11 Dinsmoro took a trip this week in the interests of the Young Mens Christian Association of Ohio county Ky He made addresses Sat urday night and Sunday morning at Hartford and Sunday night at Beaver DamMrs Jonnie Lester Hill assisted by Mrs S L Hoag and Misses Ethel Todd and Grace Lester have charge of tho classes in cooking since the departure of Miss Almy These classes will give an exhibition at the Tabernacle on Commencement dRY LCORRESPONDENCE 1JI 111111NM1111 11M1111N1 MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON On last Tuesday evening at two oclock deaths angel visited Mr anti Mrs John Ponders home and tool their oldest daughter Lizzie aged seventeen She hud boon a patient sufferer for four months She was operated on iu December for append citis and since that time has known no rest but always bearing her sufferiiif patiently she looked forward to that day when shin would be strong and well But day by day she grew weak er untill at last she fell into that deep front which none over wakes IIIHIIgrandCdthor on of last June Lizze is now at rest She leaves a father and a mother live brothers and one sister to mourn her loss Funeralservices wore conducted by Hev Bryant at Cartorsvillo church Wednesday evening at three oclock burial in Cartersvillo Cemetery Tin entire emu uuity extends their sym pathy to the grief stricken fatally Mrs Robert Fonder of Rockcastle is spending tho week with Mr John Ponder and family The sale rf the late Alford Moboly was held Satur day at his home place Miss Lucy ant Sallio Cade visited Miss Maggie Wallace of Berea Friiluy night ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Rain anti mud have put the farmers behind their farm work here Born to Mr and Mrs B L Poynter a Hue boy James Millard Rev J W Lambert of this place filled his appointment at Macedon a last Saturday and Sunday Miss Ina Simes who has been sick all winter is no better at this writing Mrs Rosa Grant and baby Bluilie visited her parents Mr and Mrs John Wren last Saturday and Sunday Miss Celeste Simmons of Berea visited Mr and Mrs J W Lambert last week Uev J W Lam bert sold 2 young cows last week fo- rroBorn to Mr and Mrs Tom Wren a ten pound boyMrs Annie Poynter and baby visited Miss Etta Lambert SuudayMrs Brow Poynter who has been very sick is able to be out again Miss Hattie Bush of Flan igan Clark county is visiting Wesley Lambert and wife this week- ROCKFORD There will be services at West Scaf fold Cane Sunday Charles McCol low of Davis Branch moved to Little Clear Creek this woekMr and Mrs W H Stephens visited relatives on Davis Branch last SundayMrs J W Todd is on the sick list Mater John Stephens who was reportedsick last week is able to be out again Born to Mrs Jas Linville on the 25 a girlRov J W Lambert of Boone was the welcome guest of Mr andM B J J Martin last Saturday evening Mr 0 H Tiudel agent for Knoxville nursery is in this vici nityMrs W R Stephens and little SOil were tho guests of Mrs John Guiun last Monday evening Reecy Todd is on tho sick listMr Wm Sigmond and family visited Mr Nick Chasteen Saturday and Sunday JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Henry Combs a Berea student was with friends here last Sunday Old Uncle Ben Durham who has been quite sick is somewhat improved Mr and Mrs Henry Click are the parents ofa twelvepound baby girl Rev Griffy filled the Oak Grove pulpit Sunday and Rev J O1l1r sons preached at Kerby Knob to a large congregation Rev Parsons will again be with us on May 21 and 25 GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE We are having some pleasant days now Preaching day and night at Leavell Green Wo aro glad to see our neighbor Sydney Crutcher ou- tngainW D Hammack of Paint r Lick is improving very fastMr Marion Wells is out againMrs Wm Wells is very poorly at this time al though Dr Redwino says this is the healthiest neigbborhood in tho State Wo are trying to starve Doctor out Mr Torn Green is thinking about planting corn this weekEverybodyv- ery backward with farm work Mrs Too Green tells us she has sweet potatoes almost ready to sotAll of you subscribe for The Citizen am got good clean reading and never mind asking who is the correspondent while they write facts thou you tint a little news from your neighbor MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Presiding Elder E A White loft tho city for Paris and other points Thursday Born to thwife of Mr Edward Gordon a fine sonMr Clarence Sallee and Mr George Swartz honorary members of the Board of Education visited the Fifth street school Friday afternoon Mr Sallee made some timely remarks in which he solicted the interest of the chilernu in attending school Her man Long left Sunday for Hamilton OAngie Hancock has returned from Dayton 0 where she has been visit ing her cousiuArthur Whaley has gone to Springfield 0 where ho is employed in a very lucrative business Clarence White and Harry Combs have gone to Dayton Tho members of tho Bethel church are preparing to give a concert soonTire many friends of Mrs L Gordon are sorry to know that she is indisposed with lagrippo Laura Strawder attended the funeral of her cousin Squire Fur gerson last week at Flemingsburg FUN AND FACTS WsfEDAgfmtll at once to take subscriptions for TilE CITIZEN ou our offer of a- Dollar paper for fifty cowls or iu combination with the New York Tribune Farmer S2 worth for GTic See ad in another column One agent made SI 85 iu less than four bourseWrito for terms James M Racer Editor Johnnie How did you get that scar on your head Willie I fell downstairsI Johnnie in disgust Huh I thought it was from a scrap All garments madeto order by Strauss Uros of Chicago are sewed in bright clean airy sanitary shops Their beautifully finished garments show this Dont miss seeing the GOO samples now being displayed by J J Brannaman See display ad in another column If your letter is too short what girl will you ask for help Adeline Strength and vigor come of good food duly digested Force a ready to serve wheat and barley food adds no burden but sustains nourishes invigorates Read about the fairies mamma said littlo Margio Not tonight dear replied the mother my oyes ache But pleaded Margie you need not read with your eyes read with your mouth T A Robinson Richmond Ky has employed an expert watchmaker Work sent in by mail will receive prompt attention Whats an amateur T ask ed little EIHieJAn amateur replied Bobby who was wise beyond his yearslIis any thing that isnt mature J H Nell Richmond Ky pays the highest CASH prices for poultry eggs hides and pigeons What bells have no tongues Dumb bellsBicknell d Early handle the fa mous BUTTEBICK patterns and fashion sheets They alsohavo THE DKINEA TOR for April or May Why are the pages of a book liko the days of man Because thiiy are numbered WANTEDYOUS031N to prepare for Government Positions Fine Openings in all Departments Gocd Salaries Rapid Promotion Examinations soon Particulars free InterState Cor Inst Cedar Rapids la Schoolmaster Now Jones give me a sentence and then change it to tho imperative for- mPupilThe horse draws the wagon SchoolmasterNow put In tho im perativo PupilGeeupCh IIms If you are a eive student or successful uptodate and desire a position you should at once en roll Teachers Cooperative Union the most hustling wideawake teachers agency in the Dont nut it off Write immediately to TempleTexasBoron College was lor seven years a itudent here is a native Kentuckian and well known heroIEuJ IS IT TO YOUR ADVANT WHY AGE to keep an account wit THE BEREA BANKING CO- BEREA KENTUCKY BECAUSE It is a strong careful safe liberal prompt ac curate and succcssfulinstitution BECAUSE It is the strongest financially backed institu tion in Eastern Kentucky lining closely identi lied with 15 State Hanks and the oldest National Bank in the 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RICHMOND Callat Covington Arnold Bra For QncoiiHwnre Glassware Crockery Lamps etc etc MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY SAVH MONEY By buying JURJNrUHE R H OHRISMAN w1IcIPa i The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR I II