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J If JAMES M RACER An Indepesdeit Weekly IKnttrrd Editor at Ikt PotlcJUei ttan and maUmatttr at Publisher Berra Ay at mol THJ3 CITIZENil THE HOME 60 Devoted Interests CENTS to A orJthe YEAR VOl IVAFamily Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 7 1903 Fifty cents a year NO 40 IDEAS The world admires genius courage and fortitude more lIIuchll11tI To lighten the load of life increase our own strength The greatest rogues complain most thin work of fete slruillerociII brings solid TAKE NOTIC- EConuuoucenteht Mini homespun FII I r Julio 21 Col Oeo W Bain the sliver tou Rued temperance orator of Kentucky In to giro the address before the Lit orary Societies this year Moj Willson of Louisvillo who Is a likely to be the next governor of our State given the Memorial address in the TalwtUBclo May 30 FROM THE WIDE WORLD Kiug Edward reviewed 11000 French troops at Vlnconnes An Austrian Fiiadron consisting of throe slips hiss arrived at Salonica Earthquakes riiiuUtoruis and vio lent hot winds ere reported from 1 Chili Paul du Chailli the noted American author and explorer died at St Petersburg Russia The Santa Maria volcano in Guate mala ii in eruption again and the in habitaula in the vicinity are panic NtrirkeuAmerican capitalists organized a stock company with IOtXX00 capi tal lo build a railroad in Central AmericaIt lieved in Caracas that Gen ruvohltionnryIUoverunent is planning to attack Bar t1mitimtxo Iran several sides by large I rorltfl IN OUR OWN COUNTRY debt of the U S has decrees OWlllinco a year ago lThlantispitting law has just gone in the city or Washington Williamson Crawford of Birmingham Ala n negro won an 0eoratorical prize at Yale clilUnited Slates anti thin Philippine by 4fIA tract of 83000 acres ofranch has town ojwncd to settlement by the flour colony near Santa Rosa list Chihuahua Mexico Twenty or more lives were lost and J the Clyde liner Saginaw way sunk at sea oQ the Virginia coast by a roll lion with Dominion liner Hamilton 00000 people were present at the formal presentation of tho Louisiana Purchase Exposition to the world IPrCII Roosevelt and Ex Pros Cleve took part in the exercises togeth re with other distinguished visitors Tho fireworks wore the finest scar aeen while 11000 soldiers on parade formed a brilliant part of tho the pro- gramt tJCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Maj W L Buck United Statue army huM arrived to inspect Kentucky militia It The State Convention of the Prohi bition party is being bold at Louis vine Burglars made an unsuccessful tempt to rob the safe in the post ollie at Orayson ibales county Ky produced 1KW of cotton in 1902 as compared with 140 in 1001 Mr W S Shrum formerly of Rock port has been fatally injured in the mines at Rock Springs Wyoming A Democratic paper will be started at Irvine Estill county by Randolph White BOD of ExCongressman White For tho third time Jim Howard has been found guilty of the mnter of Goebel and this penalty Fixed at im prisonment for life Two more trustees have boon indict oil in Knox county on the charge of unlawfully selling schools in thei districts to teachers The Controller of the Treasury ap proved an application to organize tho Farmers Bankat Mayfleld Kywith tt000 capital assassination of James B Mar 1elm who was shot down in tho door courthouse at Jackson Breath lit county is creating considerable excitement Tho murderer has not yet been caught t u HURRAH for the MOUNTAINS ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF SCHOOL SUPERINTEND ENTS FROM MOUNTAIN COUNTIES IN BEREA J M Literal of Greenup Chairman Pres Frost resents aspersions on Mountain Ancestry Prof Dinsmore pre dicts bright future Resolutions for Schools to begin first week in July Tho annual conference of mountain aufwrinteudmttsconvenedlpril30 auto adjourned May and in all nwpccts surprasscd the remarkable gathering of last your At the opening session J M Literal of Greenup WRit chosen chairman G M Ballard of Rockcaslle vice chairman and J M Brock of Leslie wcretary Rev R B Neal of Gray son Ky and Mr Stevens of Lexing cOliIreronctDuo time was allowed to visit the vat sous classes of the Institution and as these covered all varieties of sub jects from the most interesting Pri mary Grade HO skilfully handled by Miss Miller to tho class in American Institutions conducted by Prof Dodge and included lessons in Horticulture by Prof Mason Carpentry by Supt King Mathematics by Mrs Putnam Science by Todd and Lewis etcI the visiting of classes proved very profitable as well as interesting Tho superintendents even drove out to tho Brickyard and indulged in witness ing a spirited ballgame Aside from the conference itself there was plenty of visiting at tho so dill board so that the superintend ants became well acquainted and set tied many importAut questions which wore not discussed in the formal ses sinus Two great occasions stand out in prominence the Banquet on Friday night for the stt erinlendeuts and the Boron College Fnqulty for which eightytwo plates were laid and the gathering at Sunday nightchapel addressed by Prof II M Jones Yet in mentioning theso two Kath- erinE we must not forget the great platform meeting Saturday night and the farewell meeting Monday morning It was n series of great oc casions Wo shall not be expected to report the numerous addrewuvi and discussions in detail Among tho toattts at the banquet wo especially remember those by Miss Anderson of Montgomery county on tho rights of tho children Supt Brock of Leslie cone tyoll sendingour young peoplo out of the county to school Supt Bowl lag of Perry county on a three days visit to Beroa and Rev Mr Neal upon Sundayschool campaigns Rev Dr Burgess pastor of the Berea church gave a toast on tho school arid the church Mrs Putnam on the SchooPand tho Home Supt King on tho School and the Shop and Prof Mason on tho School and the Farm It was at this banquet that Pres Frost told how friends of Berea in the East had been troubled by stories from Blue Grass men about the moun taineers and their ancestry and how he had looked up in Washington the list of revolutionary soldiers which plainly showed that our mountain people had as good ancestry as the average in any part of the land These facts will be brought out in duo time in TilE CITIZEN The sermon by Piof Jones will also appear shortly in our columns In the sessions of the conference various details of school management were discussed Among the able ad dresses were those by Supt Gilbert of Carter county Supt Miller of Es tillcounty Supt Allen Powell of Jackson county Supt Lewis of Laurel county Supt Garrett of Ows ley county reportred 2000 books in the school libraries of his county Prof Lewis and Mrs Yocum of Berea spoke on this topic The following are the resolutions adopted WHEREAS we the assembled county superintendents of the counties of Eastern Kentucky have been BO roy ally and profitably entertained by the President heads of departments teachers and students of Berea Col loge wo take this method of showing our appreciation 1st Be IT RCSOIVEU That we ap prove of tho time selected by the Co- llIe fir holding the Superintendents Conference of Eastern Kentucky 2nd That we endorse the work being dono thorn by these selfsacrific ing men and women that the educational standard of our neglected mountain homes may be raised to a higher plane JJrd That each superintendent return to his homo and exert every effort to further the work undertaken by Berea College Ith That we give it as our decid ed opinion that the attendance of pu pils is greater in the early summer than in the late fall and therefore recommend that every schoolshould begin on the first Monday after the fourth of July except when the Insti tute is hold at that time nth That we take this means of petitioning our Honorable State Sen ators and Representatives remember tin in their wise deliberation in our Capitol next winter by giving us at least seven months free school ftth That we tender our kindest tliuukslo the several members of Be rea College for their hospitable enter tainment during our pleasant sojourn with them and as a further evidence of our appreciation we offer- ourselves as willing subjects for an other sacrifice of tho same kind AllllIN GlUlERT CLARENCE MILLER J C LAV THE LOYAL TEMPERANCE LEGION I promise to try my best Never to drink anything that can make me drunk 2 Never to use tobacco or cigarettes H Never to use bad words The following are the names of those who signed the above temper ance pledge in school at Cow Creek Qwsloy county Ky Robert Baktr Chester Calahan Leonard Smith Arch Smith lien Gabbard Wm Reynolds John Frost Uel Frost Anderson h rost Pleasant Frost Clay Chandler Bentley Chandler Allen Moore Ambrose Yeary Hargis Yeary Seaber Eversole John Mel ntosh Sidney Gabbard Pinkerton GllbbBnl COLLEGE ITEMS Onr homo games and our own Field Day are the great athletic events in Bums What does an athletic victory for a college signify when the majority of the players are hirelings in co way identifiedwith the real life of the schoolSix young men just graduated from theNow York Trade School are working with Mr Spencer in laying brick outhb Industrial Building two more sections of which are to be ready commencementThe of the Music department will be held next Tues day nigh at tho Parish House from 7 to 8 oclock An interesting program of vocal and instrumental music will bo presented Admission free Tick ets may be obtained of the music studentsProf J W1 Dinsmore of Berea Ky lectured at the courthouse Sat urday night and Sunday afternoon in the interest of tho local Y M C A Pr f Dinsmore is a polished and in telligent speaker and entertains his audience well His lecture Sunday afternoon should have been heard by every boy in the county He speaks with force and earnestness and his utterances are backed by the evidence of truth Hartford Jferatd Mr Kimball of Boston is here this week looking after the heating ap paratus of tho various buildings WHERE ARE THE EYES that are perfect in structure and func tionNot one pair in a thousand are free from defects of some kind Some are glasfeeistemporary use of- EYEGLASSES OR SPECTACLES will correct defects A test will de cide what must be done It is made here free of lOst We carry a large assortment of eyeglasses and spectacles and can fit situ ple cases immediately T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky our latest asked losses motto FIRST Headstones Granite MarbU Work kinds done manner with All work guar anteed by GOLDEN tlI Dentist Office Over office Office end the HOTEL OGG CO GROCERIES andIFruits and agent Banner Cream Bread tIIIIIItloIIIIeltItIIoIIltIIeIIoIII tI DO YOUR COAT FRONTS BREAK IN VWRINKLESIThen try STEINBLOCH KIRSCHIAUM Hand made A piece hair cloth is into the of each coat front which causes it to fit the chest to hold perfect shape through the longest and wearrHandmade collars snugly the neck shoulders give style and manly grace to the figure Many sizes here you perfectly no matter what your build Prices are 1250 1500 and Better cloth better and better style 1800Ikind at live to ton dollars more us save I Covington and Banks i 11OUTFITTERS FORThe 11Kentucky Citizen 1 YEARI r 11 NN0e1N NeNe NeNN NNe Ne e eNN N N tiNN eNN NN Wo have searched the market Do not fallibuyiagauentireueirstockweoo Out to see very lowest prices in e line overyCIthlngSpring as an Wit I comes t liS tling Cash Store filled with new and complete line of the novelties in ShrtWe have no old goods and you not to pay Dress Goodsdlarge profits to cover Call and Our is to pleaseGinghams rldHats A LacesIirt Suits made to order and fit guar variety Ma Carpetsthe factories and placed I lowlanIILACKEY d HAMILTON IAND STREETS RICHMOND SN eNeeNeleeNNNN KYIr MONUMENTS Urns Statuary and of all in a workmanlike at rea souable prices and dispatch FLORA RICHMOND Ky CornerolrlinlndCollintatreelllDR i Printing Days Wednesday to of week- GARNET Newly Fitted up Meals Board and pricesSecond House Richmond Ky R G ENGLE Prop un DRY GOODS Vegetables i Specialty Sole for OPPOSITE ftURDETTES MILL t r UGl a or suit of fine worked insTcle without a wrinkle and hardest fit and handpadded to fit fit th Let fIIIIub FIFTY CENTS A tl come a are a I lNNNNIINNNNNNINNNNNNINIININNNNN1NN11NNIM N1 I Madison County Roller Mills i IIIuIIIIIIIuF r Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flourj 1 Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc i Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be I beatI Excellent Flour r t i ItIIeIItltlIItlti I Potts Duerson KyINNNNNNNNNNNINNNMNNNNNNLNNNNINMNNLINNNNN THEODORE JRI will stand my registered REGISTERED NO 14223 Duroc Jersey Soar at my home in Berea KYI for the spring season of 1903 at 50 cents payable at time of service This boar is a very fine hog gave entire satisfaction during the past season and is endorsed by some of the beat breeders in the county and tae served in the herd of J W Herndou RATISACrIONJ M EARLY 11 If Its From Joplins Its Good F A full line of FURNITURE always on hand We invite our Berea friends to make themselves at home at tTOPLlNS when in Richmond CARPETS mid MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Night ype4366 JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky t THE CITIZEN ITHE HOME The following extracts from a pa per upon How to Overcome the In difference of Patrons in Public Schoolwork was read at the convention of Mountain Superintendents held in Berea tram April BOth to May 4th t The thoughts in it are intended for parents as well as for superintendents ItIInd teachers It is said that once the prophet Mohammed wished to go to a certain mountain But said his followers it is not for thee 0 favored of the most High to tread the desert road Do thou command the mountain to come to thee To teach his followers a lesson Mohammed give a the command but the mountain moved not Then said the prophet if the mount am wont come to Mohammed Mo- hammed must go to thb mountain So today if the patron wont come to the school the school must go to the patron In other words if the patron is indifferent to the welfare and work of the school does not care that the schoolhouse is worse than his hogpen never sends his children to school or else keeps them at homewheneveroc casion arises then must the teacher proclaim aloud in deeds not words that the school is deeply interested in the life of the community around and that it is there to understand to help and to promote its growth in every wayWe must as teachers be charitable and remember that our country schools are in session for only five months and that during those five months our patrons are absorbed in their crops their cultivating their harvesting their work upon which their living and prosperity depends In the schools there are lessons in lan guage and geography and arithmetic not one of which touches upon the problems which absorb our patrons thoughts Our courses of study are fashioned after the city courses our textbooks are prepared by city teach ers There is much in them about the cities the railroads commerce IlJankinK discount stocks and bonds s the problems of city life but little that even glances toward our country life and interests Is it any wonder that to the man absorbed in forcing the earth to yield him a living such lessons and such school life seem like mere childs playsomething in t which he himself has no part nor lots I But suppose he finds his boy in f addition to his regular lessons in the three Rs measuring his stacks of hay to estimate how much there is in them studying the roots of plants and their habits of growth to deter mine the respective merits of deep or r shallow cultivation learning to prune and to bud and to graft trees above lalllearning how to ask him intelligent questions about the work of the farm and demanding the whys and the the wherefores of it Suppose he finds his girls learning to sew and to make pretty and useful things about the house learning what to do in emergencies and accidents sees them begging their mothers to s let them help with the cooking because they want to try a new recipe given by their teacher wouldnt that patron conclude he might as well take an interest in the school because whether he did or not that school was certainly forcing itself upon his atten Lion JENNIE LESTER HILL THE SCHOOL 1 SNAPSHOTS AND NOTES AFIELD Rearing a Family of Blue Birds SPEEDIiCopyright 1903 bjr Ilughes t Ouilejr Loulirllle It Early some morning in October the rising sun looks out overt new world The landscape is green but all the low places are silvered by the frost 011 As the suns warm kisses melt the frost into trembling bits of color which hang from the blades and j i J leaves the tender plants drop their C tired heads the leaves make a strange sad noise as they swing in the crisp air They blush crimson and airkleeOver the open meadowland the insects have ceased their shrill high pitched chorus only here and there f I some solitary fiddler plays a weird r r tllioopybit of music in a minor key i as tie does not because he r has no more music in his soul so much as because his bow leg is stiff 1rii pwith frost and cold No joyous bird I are heard only faint chirrup ings from the dense cover of thickets und uncared for fences where the i oc wweeds grow high Everything sug rggslsi that Nature is tired after the J tt di i a hurry and bustle of spring and sum mer and is preparing for a rest Far overhead somewhere a wonder fully turned warbling note or two sounds seeming to blend with the blue depths of the sky and mellow light of the autumn sun Flying high above the tree tops the birds come then settling gently into the top of a small tree growing out upon au open bit of lawn they show their blue backs and their ruddy little breasts As they leave the tree again for u short flight their oft repeatednote appears to mark time for their slow beating wings Like birds generally in this lati tude the little blue birds are wander ers during the fall and winter months but unlike some others they appear to move back and forth with the changes inlthe weather On warm bright days in winter their notes are heard from place to place over the country But cloudy cold weather causes them to disappear almost as though the earth had opened and swallowed them Sometimes I won der if they do not watch the weather very closely for often they are among the first birds to venture their home making Fortunately the nest placed in some hole in a tree or stump or post can withstand great amount of cold and they usually hatch their brood and have them launched in life by the time the other migratory birds are beginning to think about the matterWhile nesting the birds rarely go far from home and are extremely so licitous concerning the welfare of their babies I have often sat near where I know a nest to be and watch ed the behavior of both parents Hurrying along with asmall worm dangling from the sides of their bills they would check their flight on catching sight of me When both had alight ed nearby they wotlld discuss the matter in soft warbling undertones Soon one would fly close by to have a good look at me only to go back and have another chat about it The other bird would try the same ma neuver with a similar result Finding that I appeared to be a fixture both sat quietly waiting still holding their worms tight in their bills As length disgusted with my stubboruess they would swallow their worms and fly away for a new supply only to find me still waiting upon their return To be continued THE FARM- AORICULTURAL EDUCATION SorUry Wilson Sttklnf to Hiv Et mtntarjr Principles Taught In the Schools Forty young women students in the District of Columbia Normal School their comeliness enhanced by the large gingham aprons which envelope them their faces beaming as they listened with rapt attention to an impromptu lecture on elementary ago riculture delivered by Secretary Wil son was the pleasing picture which greeted a representative of The Tri bune today when he entered the little greenhouse the department grounds which is especially set aside for the use of the pupils of the Normal SchoolThe eloquence with which the Secretary elaborated his simple propositions and the marked attention which was given to his explanations furnish indisputable evidence that Secreta ry Wilson was not only a master of his subject but an enthusiast in his profession and a born teacher as well and in the little incident was clearly discernible the cause of the exceptional energy and enthusiasm which he has infused into his entire departmentThe of normal student one of young men the other of young women which attend the lectures on elementary agriculture and experi meet in the tiny greenhouse placedat their disposal constitute a concrete illustration of a system which is regarded by Secretary Wilson as one of the moat essential features in the development of the educational methods of the country The Secretary deems it of the utmost importance to the agricultural future of the United States that pupils especially in the rural districts should have an opportunity in the primary graded of be coming familiar with the first prin ciples of agriculture Under the conditions prevailing in most of our schools says Mr Wil sou the pupil whose aspirations lead him to seek the higher education is utmost invariably led to pursue paths other than that of agriculture and as a result the best minds in our agricultural communities are constantly being diverted to professional careers which compel their abandon ment of the farm This is a grave defect in the system and one that can be easily remedied by the teaching of elementary agriculture in the primary schools and following it up with op portuuitieH which will enable the arts dent to tit himself for one of the many excellent agricultural colleges which are fast being establish throughout the country Continued THE CHURCH THE SUNDAY EXCURSION Several of our citizens have request ed me to make through your loltlmIl8 it protest aud an appeal The Sabbath lies at the foundation of our Christian civilizttiou No think ing man will deny that the keeping of it is essential to the very existence of the church and its influence in the world The Sunday excursion train has a very powerful influence in un dermining the feeling of respect forth Sabbath which is our national birthright We have no right to use Gods holy Sabbath day for unneces sary work or pleasure The Sabbath is given to man for physical rest in order that tie may have a chance for spiritual uplift I have no right to go on a Sunday ex cursion train because it will interfere with the Sabbath of a large number of railroademployees A neglected Sabbath means a neg lectedsoul and I must not put one straw in the way of any railroad em ployee to prevent him from rest and worship on the Lords day This is the more important because of the cruel tyranny which tells him he will lose his job if he attempts to escape Sunday work Again there is a whole army of peo pIe along the line and at the destination whose Sabbath will be destroyed railroad men livery men hotel keep ers shop keepers of various kinds will be cheated out of their beet chance in all the week to prepare for Heaven In behalf of the churches and all Chris tian people may we not ask that all self respostingcitizeus keep their feet from the Sunday excursion train We are glad of the emphatic pos tibn of the faculty of Berea College on this question Let us unite iu a vigorous protest and an earnest appeal against the un thinking desecration of he Sabbath dayM K PASCO AN IMPORTANT OCCASION DEDICATION OF THE PARISH HOUSE Sunday May 10 I90S II a m PROOKAM Opening Exerclsel led by Rev Win Lodwlek JermonKer EII lYtroe D D Danrllley lImo llllory of the Church BulldlngaIrol U V Dodge The Church and the Collete Im Win Frost History of this Bulldlngftcf S C Muun Keyi from Builder to Tru tre Mr Jo lh Burdette Report of ha Treuurer Mr T J Oiborne Collection for tha Building Keys from Trustees to Pastor and Deacons Mr J L 0 Dmllcmory Irajrer Kev 01 IlurfM Closing KxerclMi Dr Pearce who preaches the dedi catory sermon is pastor of the Meth odist church at Lancaster and tor many years has been prominent as a leader in every good cause in Ken tucky and in the South His words are elcquent and wise We especial ly invite the old residents to come and help us dedicate the Parish House SPECIAL PRIZES Mrs Henry Lee of Brookline Mass has given 15 in prizes for the Home spun Fair for best pattern of knotted fringe 60c second for best pattern of woven fringe COo see ond 2 for best green coverlid dyed with hickory or other barks Mrs Sarah D Lane of Boston Mass a friend of Berea College and a large purchaser from the Home spun Department has offered two special prizes for blankets Woven in a pattern to be either real madder and bark green or light walnut and light indigo 1st prize 300 2nd prize 200 Write to Mrs Hettie Wright Graham Berea Ken tucky for exact colors andsize A Little Early Riser Now and then at bedtime will cure constipation biliousness suit liver troubles DeWitts Little Early Rio ore are the famous little pills that cure by arousing the secretions mov lug the bowels gently yet effectually aud giving such tone and strength to the glands of the stomach and liver that the cause of the trouble is removed entirely and if their use is contin ued for a few days there will be no EastI ti i Berea College 1855 PLACES THE tiEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL- Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 28 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Course with for young men and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Bclioole Crpentry Printing Housework Nursing two yews Normal Bourses For Teaches Three courses lending to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy Course Four years fitting for College for himliicas and Coiirs n Literary Scientific Classical lending lo llaicalatire ate degrees MUMlcChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian etlu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term li Weeks nitty ha brought within 24 OO about 115 to bo paid in advance The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation alists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denomination FM INtORMUIOM Ml rUtNDU Mint Ikl SECKETAtV WILL C GAMBLE Beret Madison County Ky u p 300 Square Feet J two coats to the gallon thats what Founded agriculture lifeCollege THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT will cover And on a good surface it will cover more than that No paint will do better and very few paints will don well Maximum covering capacity easiest spreading qualities longest wear and greatest economy are what we claim for SWI 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 eOL ev BICKNELL EARLY TT 0 I 1V 4f t S S more J lt t This line we call jour attention to for we have this day placed our counters one of new L terns hardly limit to the line we show from the cheapest to the most elaborate designs from St Gall and Planen All selected with view of values of merit Do not this OUR complete again this season with Miss Don in charge who has beautiful line of fl are perfect models of beauty and the best of the milliners art in correct We claim to be leaders in Hats having always by far the lines You are invited to inspect im moose vtook which is daily coming in 4 fall to visit our Clothing 1 1 350 7Sc DC 8c lOc 12Jo and ICc We are showing handsome 1 line to 40c per HRHKA KY r Fall into line and order your new spring suit great Oak Easel of Tailor for 36 Yar From start to finish good quit by this well known house No detail Is too small to be given careful attention your perfect comfort IIItheir sole aim Call at store and look over the did assortment of 500 II aud patterns quote you prices that will est you Your satisfaction as always absolutely guaranteed J J IRANNAMAN Aftnt Ill rsa Curt Dlijeete what you sat THAOC + nI1 hfrw eau IeMJ1 Xotbt iwaaukI- k utk9lnw6Jetld IIJUP 4IPIta- Nnl h4 IIIJ1 MYNa kMn Pat Id tr1t fauna Ox Ic1aMU IWU IlkiMl cbr III 11 hMkltnnirlf tlluitrl4 Nat It Mt do ruliltun of M it rbL ran U a M a T T T 4 T 1 To T T T T T T TTT lit it 1 ELDERS I i Bargain Store r 1 WZ V 0Z1Iv zJ1 tfN lF- j t Is once running in FULL BLAST and without tyB 4f ofnj j fli Jw EMBROIDERIES particular on amii1 pressure urgent i departmentAllThere is a I a supplying our 4taudchio Embroidery lwel- 4l MILLINERY DEPARTMENT 4lle a Hats 4 that conceptions Milli 4nary supreme as beat shown our Dont Department rightIFittinglrour price jhIndia Linen White Goods a Irornlic yard IIfrpm the CHICAGO BROTHERS IurelallorlolIj nobbiest ourI Kentucky Koelol Dyspepsia IEXPERIINCE MAMeI AnellredlgIN1anddrlWk- naakts Scientific flinericaK wi WjiJttuctt IN HOSIERYIti Thats brim full of monoy saving events We- f will sollnhe now fatuous Cent dye American i wale black Hoitwry for children at only lOc per i pair They are full fashioned MII ribbed cotton k double knee heel and tooiu all lace fi to 10 the thing for romping youngtsrn A 4 stocking that was made to retail at 20e sod youll q 1kOnyxtoe limited toeight pairs to one customer YOUVM 4never paid less than 2T o for these stockings IJc Pair Infants Mercerized Cotton Latin 4f Socks and Stockings in size I to 01 colors are 11areWe are showing as usual the largest and dependableHosieryCoast 1 We have just purchased at 1 haTING 4rlOet126cIll C per yd for 20c qllalilyII qr per yd fur USc qualityII iiOc per yd for Wa quality 4f Carpets lOc up to Gfo Rug 2t0 lo fi HiMCall and examine foryourselfitn l N Respectfully submitted to the Cash TrldeI1 1 r J4ff4T i IC Ir b UJJ4 n jfTHE CITIZEN J THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VI SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MAY 10 Teal ut bur lraua ti l14th lUJJ Ilriuurr Vrr f t2tiuldrnIral Aola lllll IICuIr Irr imrfU lljr HPV U MrMril Cuptlnbt 118 bjr AuitiUn IttM AKUllon II 11 And when It wan day crrlulu of tilt Js bmitlml together uiul buUllJ IhIIIh under fume nuylni that lluy would iivlthtr vat nor drink till they hud klllrd 1uul More thin forty thus bound them selves with tliU until of execration nee iiinrKltil mill they had plan that the chief euptiiln should lu asked to bring him iiKitln Uforo the council Unit they might Inquire wore perfectly of sonic thine and than they would fall upon hit untl kill him Whatever they mlKht profess religiously their conduct made it manifest that they were children of him of whom the Lord Jesus mild He war u iiiunlfriT from the IxKlmilng Julio vlll III Whosoever dwells not rliihtfouimcN slut of Hod neither he 1tthut luvcth nut hU brother I John III 101 Th j wicked pluttcth against ItileJunt Mild Kiiushelli upon him with teeth Thu lird Khali laugh ut him Ill xsxvll la 131 The lard lirliiKith tin counsel of tilt heuthen to untight lie muketh the devices of the people of noiw effect The counsel of the Ixml ntuiideth forever the thought of HU heart to ull generations Ill xxxlll IU 111 We have the thoughts of HU heart lu verve 11 which though not In tin teuton U In the portion lilt klgucd fur study mid emery teacher would do well to sisud much If nut nil of the time for the UHHOU ulwu It Note the lordn visit to tutu In the iHntle No prlHOii walU or soldiers can Leap plan out Note the wonU Thu lord aloud by limn and ompnre II Tim Jv 17 Zth III 5 Notice the lurde the of good chcvr mid look up Imllur wonU In the lolllltllI mid In the Act and note also the Ionlr pur pooe that Iaul should testify of tutu at Uwiiii as he had at Jerusalem and nee Jer with lea sir IM v II And when 1auli aUI ra ton heard kmil their lying In wait he writ mid entered ties cn lU mid told Iaul It will be u pleasure motile day to get miualntiil with 1Hiila ulster for we trust silt U union tilt redwmrd nil well us with the otlnr member of his fmnlly nnd IhU nephew who here platys an Important purl and U sent by Iaul to the chief captain with the tidings Iaul might hun istld There U no danger my hwy Co home and tell your dear mother nut to lit troubled fur the Lord tome to me last night and old that should yet witness for hint In Koine lint Iaul saw nothing Its comlittent vltb faith lu lod and tak lug all potnlble precaution to keep out of the enemyH lauds nnd surely he was right U Paul the prliontr called me unto him and preyed me to bring this young muti unlu tiire who path tumcthlnc to say unto lhee Thus xnld the centurion who brought I the young tutu to the chief captain The rxpivHHloii Ill ul the primmer re inlniU ut lust Iaul wale many time n prisoner and III nomf of his letters upokc of hluiMlf u the prisoner of JmtUN Christ the primmer of the Uinl 1iitil the UKeit nnd now also a prisoner of Jesus Christ Kpli Ill IV I Ihl ID In the list of his trial lit MiyH III stripe above meamire In prltoiiH more fn tiont In deaths oft mid yet lie could My I take pleasure lu persecutions In distresses for ChrWit Make U Cor xl 2S xII 10 He knew Unit no minVrliiK could be compantl with tin glory and that nil the HiirrrrliiK wax working out u far more excee lln and eternal weight of glory llom vlll 18 II Cor Iv 17 M nut do not thou yield unto them 1 for liter Its In wilt for him of them more than forty men which have bound thorn elves with an oath that they will neither tl nor drink till they hue killed him We would like to know more of this younc man who could thus advise the chief eaptaln well an state ills nets clearly but eternity will give omu HMtonUhliiK sequels to untluliihed Itlblo stories Tbluklni of young men whom the lard has used we recall Samuel David Joeph and the lad whose louvre fe l the 6000 and like the lat her we would fnln be an fully In the IxtrdH hand its were the loaves and lUhe which he no fully save up to Him who iould multiply them 3 So the chief captain let the young limn depart and charged him gee thou tell no man that thou hut hewed these IhliiK to Ins That very night Paul la started oR to s Caiiarea under the care of seventy borcmcn 400 soldiers nccompanyluK him tin far III AutJputrUt and thlll chap ter leave him humanly BpeakliiK In the hands of Felix the Itoman gov ernor who said that he would hear him when ills accusers were come Hut he U In higher hands than lluwe of wan even In the hands of lllui who has ull power In heaven and on earth who doeth nccordlnV to Ills will lu the army of heaven and among the Inhab itant of tho forth and none can stay HU Laud or shy unto Him What do tiNt thou Matt xxvlll 18 Unit Iv i He who shook tho prison fount Ilions nt 1hlllppl and opened all tho doom mind loosed every ones bands who also sent an miRol and brought forth Hluion Peter when ho was chain ed to two Holdlers Acts xvl 20 xII II 7 could with a word have delivered Paul from hula present captors but It was not In HU plan When we caumu understand why God Homrtlmes deliv ent unit sometimes allows the oppress ors to continue to oppress we must re member that its for bud Ills way Is perfect fwd Just hear Him 11111tone Htlll and know that I am nod I will be exalted atuoug the heathen I will be exalted la the hart PI zvlll 80 xlvl ft i i Th 1tnts of the Italy iEveryseven days tlio blood IIIUH uloa amid bones of a mtn of average size loses two pounds of woruotit tin sues This waste caunot be ruplou islied anti the health and btrength kupt up without perfect digestion When the sho each ami digestive or gnus foil to perform their functions them strength lets down lieulth gives why anti duteaie sets up Kodol Dyn poplin Cure uuabeH the stomach and digestive organs to digest andafiHlml Into all of tho wholesome food that may Im eatu into this kind of blood that rnbuildR tho tiHRiira and protect thufiHilth anti strength of time mind and body Kodol cures Indigestion DynpopHin nUll all stomach troubles It IH au ideal spring tonic Sold by East End Drug Co n A STUDY IN SCARLET By A conAN DOYLE PART TWO Tilt Country of tIt Saints 1llH VIMIIIX law omwl pleased lit the suggestlot ami Ills dark eyes spar kled with pleasure Ill do ho hiilcl Wovo beeitln time monntiiliiN fur two mouths amid mire not over and ubovo in vlItliiK rdiiditlon Ho heist take us as ho llrid Ho liar n goal elral to thnnkyoti for and MI linvo 1situ aimwered lies awful fond of me If thmoo canes land JtunK l on lilt hod have nuvcr gut over It ii Neither would1suds her compan You Will I dont that It would nmku much mutter to you anyhow You aint ircii n friend of ours Tho yomiK bunters dark fuco Ktew no gloomy over this ronmrk hunt Lucy Fcirier lallltlllclllloul Thcnt lilldntmeair1hatidioMld Of course you am a friend now You must coma mud ate Now I must push along or father wont trust mu with hats buslneKM filly more ClcKxlby loodby hu answered rnUliiK lain bream Nfliiilinru nnd UndhiK over her little humid She whcoled her II IIIII all round gavo It u rut with her riding whip mail sinned away down tho brunt road III n rolling cloud of dust Young Jefferson Hope rode on with Ms companion gloomy mud taciturn Ho and they land beeiinmong limo Nevada mountains pro ectlng for sliver and were rrtnrniiiLC to Suit Lake City in time hojio of ralidiig capital enough to work soma miles which they had dUcovoreil Ho hail been ns keen ns nay of them tip Oil the huhlmKs until this Hidden inci dent hind drawn ills thoughts into nn other channul Tho sight of the fair young girl as frank runt wholenomo n the Hivrra Imczivi land stirred hats vol cnnio uiitauicd heart to Its very depths When she had vanlnlad from his sight ho realized that a crisis hud mine In his life nnd that neither silver specuhaitloams nor any other queMloim could over lie of such importunco to him as this now and nil nliMirbing one Time lute which hail npning up In bats heart way not tho Mid them chnngenlilo fancy of a boy but rather tho wild fierce passion of a iiinti of fining will nnd impcriouH tcmiMir Ho Lad been nccnuldined to succeed in nil that ho undertoojC Ho swore In hfs heart ho would not fail in this if humiiii elicit nnd human pewcvernnco conld remlur him Hiiccensfnl- Ho called on John Fcrricr that night nnd mummy time nguln until his fare WM n fnmiliur one nt tho farmhouse John soaped up in tho valley nnd ntnorliod in his work band little chance of learn tug tau news of the outxido world that bug tho last 12 years All this JuTei on was aisle to tell him and III antylo which interested Lucy as well as her father lie land been a pioneer in Cali fonda and could narrate many a Ktrnngo talo of fortunes mndo nnd fortunes lust in thoso wild halcyon days Ho had been a Hcout too suet n trapper a nil vet explorer nnd n ranchman Winrover stirring adventures wero to Iw had Jef ferson Hope band been there in search of them lie noon became a fnvoritu with the old farmer who spoke elomcutly his virtues all such occasions Lucy was silent but her lilushiiig cheek nnd her bright happy eye showed only top clearly that her young heart was no lon get her own Her honest father may not have observed these symptoms but they were assuredly not thrown away upon than moil who had won her affections It what a summer evening when ho cnuio galloping down tho road amid pulled up nt tho gate Sho was at tho door way mail cnmo down to meet him Ho threw the bridle over fenco and strode up the pathway- I am off Lucy ho said taking her two hands in lain nUll gazing tenderly down into her face I wont ask you to como with mo now but will you tit ready to romo when I an horo agnin And when will that be sho asked blushing mat laughing A couple of months at tho outside I will come and claim you then my darling Theres 110 one who ran stand between us And how about father sho asked Ho hats given lain consent provided wo set these mines working all right I have no fear on that head Oh well of course if you ami fa ther have arranged it all theres ue moro to bo said she whispered with liner cheek against huts broad breast Thank Clod ho said hoarsely stooping and kissing her It is settled then Time longer I stay tho harder it will Iw to go They aro waiting for mo at tho canyon Qoodby my own darling goodby Iu two mouths you shall soo me Ho tort himself from betas bespoke flinging himself upon his horse galloped futiously away never even looking around ns though aura that his resolution might full him If hu took lilt glance at what he was lunvlng She stood at the gate inxing after him un til ho vanished from her sight Then she walked back Ilito Ihu douse tho hap piest girl in all Utah- ChIAPTIl III Three weeks had passed Klnco Jeffer ton IIojio mill ills comrades had depart ed from Salt Lake City John Kcrriers heart was MHO within him when ho thought of time young mans return and of time i upending lass of his adopted child Yet her bright and happy face reconciled him to the arrangement more than any argument could abut Ho hind always determined deep down in his resolute heart unit nothing would ever Induce him to allow his daughter to wed a Mornmn Huch a mnrringi regarded us no marriage at all hut ns a tihnmo and a disgrace Whatever he might think of tho Mormon doctrines upon that omit jxiiht he was indexible Ho had to seal lain month on time sub ject however for to express nn unor thodox opinion was a dangerous matter in thoso days in thu Land of the Saints Yes u dangerous matter no danger Otis that event tho most saintly dared only whisper their religious opinions with bitted breath lest something which fell from their lips might bo miscon strued amid bring down a swift retribu that upon them The victims of persecu tion hud now turned persecutor on their own account anal persecutors of time wont terrible description Not time III quisition of Seville our thy German Vehmgericht nor the secret societies of Italy were ever able to put a moro for midable machinery in motion tutu that which cast a cloud over tho terri tory of Utah Its invisibility and tho mystery which Was ntached to it made this organization doubly terrible It appeared to bo om nlwient and omnipotent and yet was neither seen nor herd Thu man who held out against tho church vanished away tend none knew whither ho hail gone or what hud befallen him ills wife and children awaited him at Louse but no father ever returned to tell them how ho banal fared at the hands of hits secret judges A rash word or a nasty act was followed by annihilation and yet none knew what the nature might of this terrible power which was MispeniUi over them No wonder that men went about in fear and trembling mad that even in thu heart of than wilder micxa they dared not whisper thu doubts which oppreystil them At first tutu vague nand terrible power was exercised only upon tho recalci trant who having embraced tho Mor mon faith wished afterward to pervert or to abandon it Soon however it took a wider range Thu supply of adult women wits running cohort wad point may without a emetic population on which to draw was a barren doctrine indeed Strnngo rumors begun to bo bandied about minors of murdered im migrants and rilled dupe In regions where Indians luau never been seen Frmdi women appeared in the harems of the elders women who pinert and wept mill bore upon their face limo traces of an unextingnUhnblo horror Belated wanderers upon tho mountains spoke of gangs of armed men masked stealthy nnd noiseless who Hilled by them in tho darkness These tales and rumors took substance and shape and were cor roborated and recorroborated until they resolved themselves into a definite name To this day in tho lonely ranches of tho west time name of thu Danito baud or tho Avenging Angels is a sinister and ill omened one Fuller knowledgu of the organization which produced such tcrriblo results served to increase rather than to lessen time horror which it inspired in the minds of men None knew who belonged to this ruthless society Than names of the participators in tho deeds of blood and violence done under tho naino of religion were kept profoundly secret The very friend to whom you commu nicated your misgivings as to thu prophet nnd his mission might bo out of those who would sumo forth nt night with the nnd sword to exact R terrible reparation Henco every maw feared his neighbor mil nono spoke of tho things which wore nearest his heart Ono flue morning John Ferrier was about to set out to lain wheattlelds when he heard tho click of tho latch and looking through tho window saw a stout sandy haired miildlo aged man coming up the pathway ills heart leaped to his month for this was nono other tutu the great Brigham Young himself Full cf for ho know that such a visit boded him little good Ferrier tau to time door to greet taw Mormon chief Tho latter however received lain salutation coldly and fol lowed hint with a stern face into tho sitting room Brother Ferrlor ho said taking n eat tad eying tho farmer keenly from nnddr his light colored eyelashes the true believers have been good friends to you Wo picked you tip when you were starving in tho desert we shared our tall with you led you safe to tho Chosen ralley gave you a goodly starve of laud and allowed yon to wax rich wader our protection Is not this so It is so answered John Fcrrior In return for all this wo asked but ono condition and that was that you should embrace the truo faith and corn form in every way to its usages This you promised to do and this if com mon report says truly you liavo neg lectedAnd how have I neglected iU asked Fourier throwing out his hands in expostulation have I not given to the common fund Have I not attended nt tho temple have I notWhere are your wives asked Young looking round him Call them in that I way greet them It is two that I have not married Forrler answered But women were fuw and there wero many who land hot ter claims thau h I WWi not a tutilj i r5t man I had my daughter to attend to my wmltsu It is of unit daughter that I would spunk to you said the leader of tho Mormons She has grown to bo tho lower of Utah sal has found favor in time eyes of many who are high in tho land John Ferrier groaned internally Thero are stories of her which I would fair helluvostorlell that silo is sealed to sonic gentile This must ho the gossip of tube tongues What is tho thirteenth rule in thu code of the saint ed Joseph Smith Let every maiden of the true faith marry one of tho elect for if she well n gentile she commits a grievous sin This being so it is iuipos siblu that you who profess tho holy creed should suffer your daughter to violate it John Ferrier made no answer but ho played nervously with his riding whip Upon this ono point your whole faith shun bu tested So it has Lean decided in the sacred council of four Thu girl is young and wo would not have her wed gray hairs neither would wo do priva her of all choice Wo elders have many heifers Heber C Kimball in ono of his sermons alludes to his hun dred wives unijer this endearing epi thet lint our children must also htt provided Stangerson has a son motel Dreb bcr laps u sort and either of tliHln would gladly welcome your daughter to lain house Let her choose between them They aro young mid rich uTTI of till tine faith What say you to that Ferrier remained silent for soon lit tau time with his brows knitted You will give us time he said at last My daughter Is very young she is scarce of an age to marry She shall have a month to choose said Young rising from his seat At tho mid of that time she shall give her answer He was passing through tho door when ho turned with flushed face and flushing eyes It wero better for you John Fernier hu thundered that you and she wero now lying bleached skele torn upon the Sierra Blanco than that you should put your weak wills against the orders nf time holy lour With a threatening gesture of lain hand ho turned from the door and Fer tier heard hits heavy steps crunching along tho shingly path Ho was still standing with lain ellxiws upon labs knees considering how should broach tho matter to his hoI ter when a soft hand was laid upon and looking up he saw her standing be stile him hue glance at the pale fright ened face shower him that she hind heard what had passed- I could tot help It she said in an ewer to lain lookS His voice rang through time house Oh father father whnt shall we do Dont yo nearer yerself he an swered drawing her to him and passing his broad rough hand caressingly over her chestnut hair Well fix it somehow or another Ye dont mid ycr fancy kind o lessening for this chap doyo A sob and a squeeze of his hand washer only answer No o course not I shouldnt care to hear yo say yo did Hes a likely lad and hes a Christian which is moro than thcMi folk here III spite o all their praying and preaching Theres a party starting for Nevada tomorrow and Ill manage to send him a message letting him know tho holuweareiu If I know anything o that young man hell bo back hero with n speed that would whip electrotelegraphs Lucy laughed through her tears at her fathers desvriptiou When ho crones ho will advise us for tho best But it is for you that I am frightened dear Out hears 0110 hears such dreadful stories about thoso who oppose time prophet Something terrible always hupi ens to theta But we havent opposed him yet hoer father answered It will be titian to look out for squalls when we do We have a clear month before us At the end of that I guess wo had best shin out of Utah Leave Utah Thats about tho size of it But the farm Wo will raise as much as we can in money and let the rost go To tell the truth Lucy it isnt the first time I have thought of doing it I dont care about knuckling under to any man as these folk do to their darned prophet Im a freeborn American and its all new to me Guess Im too old to learn If ho comes browsing about this farm hu might chauco to run up against achargo of buckshot traveling in the opposite direction But they wont let na leave his daughter objected Watt till Jefferson comes and well soon manage that In tho meantime dont yo fret yourself my dearie and dont get yorcyes swelled up else hell Iw walking into we when he sees ye Thcttis nothing to be afeard about and Micros no danger at all Jolt Ferrier uttered these consoling remarks in a very confident tone but sho could not help observing that he paid unusual care to tho fastening of the doors that night anti that he carefully cleaned suit loaded the rusty old shot gun which hung upon thin wall of his bedroom CHAPTER IV On the morning which followed his interview with the Mormon prophet John Ferrier went in to Salt Luke City and having found his acquaintance who was bound for tho Nevada mountains ho intrusted him with his message to Jefferson Hope In it hu told the young man of than imminent danger which threatened them and how necessary it was that hu should return Having dour thus he felt easier in his mind and re turned homo with n lighter heart AH lie approached bats farm ho was sur prised to seo a horso hitched to each of the posts of the gusto Still moro sur prised was he on entering to fluid two young men in possession of his sitting room One with a long pale face was leaning back in the rocking chair with U L l q u his feet cocked up upon the stove The other a bull necked youth with coarse bloated features was standing in front of the window with hula hands in his pockets whistling a popular hymn Both of them nodded to Furrier as he entered and the one in tho rocking chair commenced tho conversation Mayboyou dont know us ho said This hero is the son of Elder Drebbor and Im Joseph Stangorson who traveled with you in than desert when tho Lord stretched out his hand anti gath eyed you into tho truo fold As ho will all tho nations in his own good time said tho other in a nasal voice He grlndeth slowly but exceed lug small John Ferrier bowed coldly He had guessed who hits visitorsvere- Wo have come continued Stanger son at tho advico of our fathers to solicit tho hand of your daughter for whichever of us unity seem good to you and to her AM I huvo but four wives and Brother Drebber hero has seven it appears to me that my claim is the stronger ono Nay nay Brother Stangerson cried the other Tho question is not how many wives we have but how many we can keep My father has now given over his mills to me and I am the richer tutu But my prospects are better said tho other warmly When the Lord removes my father I shall have his tau ning yard and his leather factory Then I nm your elder and am higher in the churchIt vvlll10for tho maiden to decide rejoined young Drebber smirking at his own reflection in the glass We will leave it all to her decision During this dialogue John Ferrier had stood fuming in the doorway hard ly able to keep lain riding whip from the backs of his two visitors Look here ho said at last striding up to them whets my daughter sum mons yo yo can come but until then I dont want to see yer faces again Tho two young Mormons stared at him in amazement In their eyes this competition between them for tho maid ens limn was tho highest of honors both to her anti her father There are two ways out of the room cried Ferrier There is tho door and thero is time window Which do ye care to use5 HU brown face looked so savage anti his gaunt hands so threatening that his visitors sprang to their feet and beat a hurried retreat The old farmer followed them to thin door Let mo know whoa ye have settled which it is to be ho said sardonically You shall smart for this Stanger son cried white with rage You mauve defiled the prophet anti the council of four You shall rue it to the end of your days The hand of the Lctd shall be heavy upon you cried young Drebber He will arise and suite youl Then Ill start the smiting exclaimed Ferrier furiously and would have rushed up stairs for his gun had tot Lucy seized him by tho arm and re strained him Before he could escape from her the clatter of horses hoofs told him that they were beyond his reach Tho young canting rascals ho ex claimed wiping thj perspiration from his forehead I would sooner ye in yer grave my girl than the wife o either o them Audi so should I father the an swered with spirit but Jefferson will soon be hero Yes it will not be long before lie comes Tho sooner the better for wedo not know what their next move maybe It was indeed high time that some 0110 capablo of giving advice and help should como to the aid of the sturdy old farmer and his adopted daughter In tho whole history of the settlement there hind never been such a case of rank disobedience to the authority of tho elders If minor error were pun ished so sternly what would bu the fate of this arch rebel Ferrier know that his wealth and position would be of no avail to him Others as well known anti as rich as himself had been spirited away before tow and their goods given over to tho church Ho was a bravo man but ho trembled at time vague shadowy terrors which hung over htm Any known danger he could face with a firm lip hut this suspense was un nerving Ho concealed lain fears trout huts daughter however and affected to make light of the whole matter though she with the keen eye of love saw plainly that he was ill at ease Ho expected that he would receive some message or remonstrance from Young as to bias conduct and he was not mistaken though it came in an nn looked for manner Upon rising next morning hu found to his surprise a small square of paper pinned on to the coverlet of lain lied just dyer his chest On it wits printed in bold straggling lettersTwentynine days mire given yon for amendment mill then Tho dash was moro fear inspiring tutu any threat could have been How this warning came into his room puz zled John Ferrier sorely for his servo ants slept in an outhouse and the doors and window land all been secured Ho crnmplfd tho paper up ami said nothing to his daughter but tho incident struck a chill his heart The 29 days were- evidently thin balance of tho month which Young had promised What strength or courage could avail against nn enemy armel with such mysterious powers The laird which fastened that pin might linen struck him to tho heart mail ho ennui never have known who laud slain him Still more shaken was ho next morn lug They hud down to their break fast when Lucy with a cry of surprise pointed upward In the center of the felling wins scrawled with a burned stick apparently tlm number US To his daughter it was unintelligible and he did not enlighten lion That night he sat up with his gun and kept watch and ward He saw and he heard nothing and yet In the morning a great 27 had ydoorThus day followed day aud as sure as k morning came he found that his unseen enemies had kept their register flab had marked up in some conspicuous position how many shays wero still left to him out of tho month of grace Somctlmed the fatal numbers appeared upon tho walls sometimes upon tho floors occa sionally they were on small placards stuck upon tho garden gate or the wiil tugs With all his vigilance John Fer tier could not discover whence these dully warnings proceeded A horror which was almost superstitious eatno upon hllll at the sight of them Ito because haggard and restless and his eyes had tho troubled look of some haunted creature He had but ono hope in life now and that was for the arrival of the young hunter from Nevada Twenty had changed to 15 and 15 to 10 but thero was no news of the absen tee Out by one the numbers dwindled aud still there came no sign of hlllltWhenever a horseman clattered down the road or a driver shouted at his team the old farmer hurried to tho gate thinking that help had arrived at last At last when ho saw 5 give way to 4 f and that again to 3 he lost heart aiiil abandoned all hope of escape Single hatched and with his limited know edge of the mountains which surrounded tho settlement he know that he wa powerless The more frequented roads i were strictly watched and guarded and none could pass along them without an order from tho council Turn which way he would there appealed to bo no avoiding thin blow which hung over hint Yet the old man never wavered in lain resolution to part with life itself before he consented to what he regarded ns his daughters dishonor TOBB COn1lnmJ J =1 LionCoStAtes of America The greatest nation In the world te the greatest consumer of coffee Lion Coffee ii the standard beverage of every state and territory of the Union Its pure thati why era14chyssIermag Necessary Exp for rTwtlveW iIa ftka renoni who boart tfc imMHsTiM if tmuch online u thej eboag sit Mat WIMMSN It pays to have a 118Miiir Iw4 t4 ures books and other til lap JNk ttetilutMid ezpensei are only as follows f To pay the first day BOWABP LAIHM HALLSchoolEx Hospital Fee Z 2a peneet etc aboat 200 200 General Deposit 100 00 Furnished Room fuel 4 526 8giMflTeJ pay dariug the termp i 1 60 JiHiiiIXe B a Iit 1 f bOea1 Ta 1 TotalIWil u For those belowH tMr b booksandtl froze tMLll the Dial only O1aeo When tour tirli room toSMli Mk MWMM fAmore on room aud fuel mahfcic jb m e fPIat50 U classed below A Ommieirr4r Room and fuel co ltono doU perehl toy J Winter term J d Two roomi for housekeeping wMi sto can usually be rented for from 45s fa1 Th prteer a big call svUMiii to or a few hompna b OtJy eiii 11term of school which win whole Uf forth batter 4 IONEfMINU EFOno Minute Cough Cure isstW c Sate minute because It kill ths microto which tickles the mucous rn 0 0flag the cough and at the M slssrs J the phlegm draws out the1 OIl Jand heat and soothes tW aNylpi parts tf r One Minute Cough Cure the lungs wards off pneumonia aMb harm a less and never falling curs hi euraW Jpcases of Coughs Colds and Cr iiaEOur little earl was Bncexudow MM aimoWtM e wine a sudden end terrible stuck or eared boll Ie of One Minute Ch a em tlIt thre doses half an hour stet Tsseempts mastered and our little darling1 yrri a Cannot praise One taatdthr- shat It has done In our tamllyAL tsstimaster Chester Mich t Prepared by E O OeWITT a CO OH OAO0a CRO11 if r Cures Whit Docto Mrs Frank Chias La writes June 8th malaria fever in very under treatment by doctors t t soon as stopped taking their medioinf the fever would return I used a BMtr pie bottle of Herbine found ithJpsd me Then bought two bOMI which completely cured me I feelgrMefui to you for furnishing such a splendid y t medicine and can honestly room mend it to those sufferiig frow iB ltyy2sw ria as it will surely cure tkeal Z i bine 50o bottle at Emit Eel7Dtif e cCosr t c H tiTHECITIZEN GROWN IN KENTUCKY Feet For tJAgricultural Products COLLECTION OF EXHIBITS BEGUN d Everything That Springs From the a tick Soil of the Blue Grata State to Have a Place In the Worlds Fair DUplay One Deport r ment For Frealu It i Kentucky will have 12000 square feet of space in the Agricultural build i ing at the Louisiana Purchase exposl Itionnext year Five thousand square of this will be devoted to a colt t lective exhibit of tobacco 6000 to general agricultural products and whiskyr State Commissioner IofAgriculture Is chairman of the committee on exhibits of agriculture 1andhorticulture for the Kentucky Ex association and under his direc tion agricultural and horticultural products will be gathered for 5000 squaro feet of space in the Agricul tural and for 3000 square feet of space In the Horticultural building Col Nail has just issued a general clr cular of instructions known as No2 on the collection of the agricultural displays to the subcommittees In the different counties of the state the total membership of his committee and subcommittees numbering 449 In introducing this second circular Col Nail says The object of the ex hibit is primarily to advertise Ken 1tucky her land her opportunities and that will tend to attract 11attention of homeseekers and Invest resourcesrY COL ION B NALL Chairman Committee on Agriculture Her prospects In many respects are Junequaled and In a few exclusively While much of her land Isr In profitable production there are i many thousands of acres lying Idle or producing half what should be I rgrown These need only the touch of skillful cultivation to bring the maxi mum of crops We need the help of 4 the educated farmer from whatever source he may come We need capl f tal to further develop the state and Imjirovo her lands he Worlds Fair gives us the opportunity of obtaining this needed assistance by letting the world know what we can do By their fruits shall ye know them Following this the chairman takes up different agricultural products and gives minute Instructions to county y committeemen on the collection of same He asks for samples of grain asfollowCornEntire stalk 10 In number with blades cars and tassels com plete ears 10 In number shelled 1 onethird gallon in strong cot ton bag The varieties should all be popIt WbMt Sheaf nine Inches In diameter bound with twine or wire threshed onefourth bushel In cotton bag should be shown In every variety macaroniiOats Sheaf nine Inches In dlam shellII7 Black white mixed winter and every other variety j RyeSheaf nine inches in dlam eter bound with twine or wire threshed onefourth bushel in cotton bags White black and any other theNdBarleySheaf nine Inches bound- tt J as above threshed onefourth bushel A cotton bags- Buckwheat bheaf nine inches fjIn1 gs- Ii onefourth bushel In cotton G W Waddy of Waddy and J B i Walker of Hopklnsville are chairmen of the subcommittees on grain for the l eastern and western districts of the Nall says that all respectivelyI whether for mead should be in samples ho states iv should be about six or seven Inches in diameter for the long grasses and less for the short ones and should be carefully cured so as to retain bright color and sweetness Ho wants lue seeds of each variety of grass shown in samples of one gallon each J W Smith ot Glendale is at the head of the subcommittee collecting grasses The Hon J J Johnson of Louisa is to look t4c1 especially to a display of grasses from the mountains U While a special committee of which lr Mr ChaA D Campbell is chairman will have charge of the tobacco ex hibit at the fair Col Nail has deemed it wise to include la the general agri try cultural display a section for tObacco1 and has placed In charge ot lection of same II M roman ot Ghent for the burley type Samuel It Ewing of Owensboro for the dark export type and Judge T T Gardner or Dard well for the purchase types These gentlemen will only undertake to get two or three good samples from each tobacco growing county for ex hibition among other products of tho state Col Nail says It Is proposed In this spaco to also show the tobacco plant from the seed In quart Jars to samples of 10 pounds as It Is sold on the market Ho instructs that sam ples should be six to ten hands of about ten leaves each He also wants an exhibition In all their stages of growth of the destructive Insect ene mles of tobacco The committee will erect tho chairman announces a small section of a barn and secure enough sticks of tobacco to show the curing process It will also have seed stalks and seed capsules on display One of the most attractive exmbtts In the agricultural department will beI that of hemp Major David Castlcnian of Pleasant Hill having consented to look after the collection of this dis play This plant will be shown In all Its stages from seed to lint and It Is contemplated that an old fashioncd brake will be secured and an exhi bition of breaking hemp will be given by tho champion breaker of Kentucky An old negro In Mere county holds the 1902 record for hetupbreaklng It Is possible that some hempbreaker will lower the Mercer county record during 1903 The Exhibit association wants to send to the exposition the champion hempbreaker and will be glad to have reports from different hemp sections on any exceptionally large breaks The samples of hemp seed will be onehalf bushel in cotton bags and samples of the bundles about eight Inches In diameter at the middleMr Clarence Sale of Louisville will be In charge of the display of gar den products lie expects the greater part of his display to be made from the crop of 1904 Quite a large space Is to be devoted to silos and forage plants Dr P W Foote of Irvington having accepted the chairmanship of this committee Colonel Nail says an effort will be made to secure a large glass tube lu which to exhibit silage Leguminous plants useful for forage and hay will be gathered under this department Mr M F Johnson the president of the Kentucky Horticultural society and chairman of the horticultural commit tee of the Exhibit association will have 3000 square feet of space In the Horticultural building In which to make a display of Kentucky fruits Ho is laying plans for the biggest exhibit of this kind ever attempted by Ken tucky It Is his purpose to keep a con Unuous exhibition of fruits In scasonI during 1904 Not trusting JOhnIsonkeep same in glass or storage for the Fair The display of fresh fruits will be requested from all the counties and Colonel Nail says should be looked to locally from each county under instructions to be given later The floral display Is to be made un der the direction of Henry Nanz of LouisvilleSpace also to be devoted In the agricultural display to novelties Un der this head will come any freak of nature In the way of the largest pump kin the twin ear of corn the stalk with most ears on It And In fact anything savoring of the soil and yet unusual In Its way It will also Include all the native wild products such as nuts grapes pawpaws black and red haws and many other things that are about to be lost as the country is settled Colonel Nail asks county committees to take special Interest In this depart ment as It will show the range of production the soil is capable of WORLDS FAIR NOTES A clock made entirely of flowers Is a Worlds Fair feature This clock has a dial 100 feet across and Its hands are feet long It Is the largest timepiece in the world The demand for lithographic prints of the official flag of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Is growing rap Idly The big business houses have sent out a great many thousand of emergency hospital has been es tablished by Medical Director Laidley in the northwest entrance pavilion of the Educational building at Worlds Fair at St Louis The pavilion tem porarily converted Into a room by closing the doors is feet square Work on Jerusalem one of the great concessions on The Pike will begin in a few days The Holy City will be reproduced and it will appear as It did In the days of Solomon More than half a million dollars will be spent In completing the work which will be historically correct An express car loaded with about 100 turnstiles from Cleveland 0 reached the Exposition grounds last week It is seldom so large a ship ment as a carload comes by express but the immediate need for the appli ances caused the dispatch The State department at Washing ton reports that the Emperor of Korea has formally accepted the Invitation to take part In the Louisiana Purchase Exposition The Emperor has directed his minister In Washington Mr Mln hul Cho to make arrangements for the exhibit of his country This final action of Korea makes It almost certain that every Independent nation of Asia with which Commissioner Bar rett conducted negotiations will be will represented OUR COUNTY NEWS Mr Wodo Mutcaif and Miss Mattie Bush of Waco wore married Mon dayJ N Ross of Cottouburg bought the Garrard faun of U53 acres al tJOI per nero of Jninen Dunn Mr E P Jones of Kirksville paid G W Evans of Garrard countySlO COO cash for 155 acres Dr V II Ifobson the Richmond dentist in tilt inventor ofa dust proof carriage hub which promises to have a largo sale The semiannual session of lhu Futl eral Court was in session last week at Richmond About 28 persons were given jail sentences Tho annual Sundayschool II tion of the Richmond Magisterial Dis trict is to be held iu Richmond Wed nesday evening May 0 in the Chris tian church Mr R S Crow has retired from his position as editor of the Richmond Climax and hereatter the paper will Iw edited by Mr csD Miller assisted by Judgeii C Cliouault Tho bids for the completion of the Government building at Richmond have been opened and the contract will ho soon awarded There were ft bids ranging frouiSIIiOM to 17111 The trial of George Ballard of Be rea for the murder of Thomas Jack son in 1000 resulted in a verdict of not guilty This was the second trial of this case the lint resulting in a hung juryRtJisltI- The County Democratic Committee selected the following primary election otlicers of Beren to serve in the Democratic primary May U L W Johnson aherilF ET Fish clerk jC I Ogg C C Rhodus judges d FUN AND FACTS Pasturage for cows etc Inquire of M K Pasco Why is a farmer guiding a plow like a steamship in midorauiT Be cause one Bees the plow and the other plows the sea- WANTED Agents at onco to tako subscriptions for TilE CITIZEN on our otter or- Uollnr a paper for fifty ueutp or in combination with the Sew York Tribune Farmer S2 worth for GTic See ad in another column One agent made 5135 in less than four hours Write for terms James M Racer Editor- A Kentucky editor has the follow ing announcement standing in his columns A firhtclass paper entered as secondclass matter in a thirdclass postotlieo JVbri western Agricul turalist If you are a progressive student or successful uptodate teacher and de sire a position you should at once en roll with the Teachers Cooperative Union the most hustling wideawake teachers agency in the Weal Dont put it out Write immediately to BINKLET BAKER Managers Temple Texas Ir Baker is a graduate of Berea College was lor seven years a student here is a native Kentuckian and well known horoEo- A New York paper which publishes daily the list of vessels entering New York harbor from Long Island Sound runs the list under the stereotyped head Passed Through Hell Gate Recently an error occurred and the head was placed over the dead notices Buffalo Times WASTED YoLvo MEN to prepare for Government Positions Fine Openings in all Departments Gocd Salaries Rapid Promotion Examinations soon Particulars free- InterState Cor Inst Cedar Rapids la- T A Robinson Richmond Ky has employed an expert watchmaker Work sent in by mail will receive prompt attention A Matter of nouns Mifkins angrily Sir Im not as big a fool an you think I qUI Bifkins calm y Oh I dont know How much do you weigh t St Louis PostDispatchStrength vigor come of good food duly digested Force a ready toserve wheat and barley food adds no burden but sustains nourishes invigorates- A Clunn Secret Mabel says hor engagement to Charlie is a secret- I should say it was Charlie doesnt know it himself yet New York Jour nalAll garments madeto order by Strauss ISroa of Chicago are sowed in bright clean airy sanitary shops Their beautifully finished garments show this Dont miss seeing the 500 samples now being displayed by J J Brannamuu See display Hall in another column r Ior Tho e Who rle Oil arms Dr Bergiu Paua Ills writes I have used Ballards Snow Liniment always recommend it to my friends as I am confident there is no hotter male It ia a dandy for burns Those who live on farms are especially liable to ninny accidental cuts burns and bruises which heal rapidly when Bal lards Snow Liniment is applied It should always be kept in the house for eases of emergency itfic SOc and SI 00 at East End Drug Cos Wo promptly obtain u and Korvlgit PATENTS send model i ketch or photo of Invention for Irterepewt on patentability Frr free tent IlnwbtarFRADEMARKS write to CASNOWi OPPOSITE S PATENT OFFICE VYA S H i N 1C TON DC J Laughlin Fountain PenI- s THE rttnor ALL PENIS AND HAS NO EQUAL ANYWHERE FINEST GRADE ilK LULU PEN YOUR CHOICE OF THESE 100 SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES AT 3 The utim Pjnian Pen II d4cr tsmadeof fin est Duality lnrxlrujjer it gradeetrcf my lrr1 net btlllv terfelfPElth stvle h r M raoun rtl f prenentatlon- pUl II Jf In beSaNllTMllnt Uj rrkthut will trIou n nmuou- iplctsureail eci- or Salt by EAST END DRUG CO Berea Kentucky Sirlue hrulaIThere jean aching and tired feeling the liver bowels find kidneys become sluggish and inactive the digestion impaired with little or no appetite no ambition for anything and n feeling that tho whole body and mind needs toning up The trouble is that dur ing winter there has town an accum ulatiou of waste matter in the HynUnn Herbinu will remove it secure to the secretions u right exit and by UN tonic effect fully restore thin wasted tissues and givostrenglhin place of weakness GOc at East E III Drug C- osSTANDARD oo Rotary Shuttle Sewing Altt BTANDAwn CHAKD WBLt PROW LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONe BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machine that retail from SI200 up The Standard Kotary nuns a a Mlctit u Ihe lick of a watch Makes 900 atltche while otter machines make uw to our local dealer or If there U M dealer In your town address 4 TUB Standard Sewing Machine Cot 21 treat Flrnt SL Cincinnati 0 S E Welch Jr Local Agent The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR Mrs Laura S Webb Irc lrcldenl IViiliinnN Ilesoa erutlcClulaol orthrratrhtu- dreaded the change ol life which was fast noticed Ulnt ol Cardul and decided lu try a hut tic experltnctd tome lines the first month to kept on taking It lor thru months and now nKititruite with no pain and shall take It oil and on until have pjiiedthitllmax Female wiaknisj ilinortltrtsl IIICDMII fallini of the wumli nod ovarian troulilo4 du not wear oil They follow uwiitnuti to tau tlntilgu of life Io nutvnit liuttukr Wine of Oanltit now ami uvoiil tin trot We Wine of IurUui never fail to ln111ht it suffering woman uf any of Iimlui nlu veil- Mrs Webb wliiii alit WM in danker Wliiti you to the iluiitfi of life MM Vlin litur will iiifim more to ywi than itM now Hut you tuny row avoid the aIi mutt flu ImliinM l nnKistj wllil buttes of W ow of Canlui f WINEoFCARDUI DR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount to Students Uichmond Kentucky World Will UiiiUlluii Whites Cream Vermifuge hints achieved n worldwide reputation an Iwlng the hunt of nil worm destroyers and for its tonic iullumicrt on weak mid unthrifty children rw it neutral slant till acidity or MMIMIIWN of the Ntomuch improves their digestion Rills AKMinilntion food HlreugthetiN their nervous system iiutl restores theta to till health vigor and elasticity cf ripiritN natural to childhood god at last Kml Drug Cos Vote for Your Choice FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID School children and public pwpularinemu each ten out at our time All money orrr and- abovttrip of Itbart In co lisle erection ot the Kenlncir ItulUIng at the Ki loilllou voter thus Klien the tatttfartlon of Lnowlnr worthycauM and runt object hue bern aided al the same time a svotle tescbcr has tecetved tern rnl1un Contest cue ducted under autplcet of ijucatlou IihlUl Cum mutes of Inhibit AixxUtion the orgaalultun forranl to robe fiuvcra lot S Kentucky llmUlnf lull proIncahavingfdedUun Pres educator lu the ihrrteaciier Iii nut lie UfIrite u1a ls or ltlllIrolntallt1rpohlouIalaceof Kducalloii Tbe lvpotti nItolethe re nlmllonll eunt In th oIIJ tII tory The teachers chosen wlll lucky ludetlln Win trlldrIIIIIrl to the Pair nrrty elects Ha owu most popular eduiator llie eounlyouhleoljeawnatlagthelatgrttt- umlerevuteswlll be allowed to scud two tcatbcn the most popular and the popular TUE torts WILL nn TO cars EACH TCX toxsmcmu bALLOT At test cent each every achaol child In the stale will be able IIrat at leant one WIle for till or her Uvortle teacher nut tbe voting wilt uot be confined to acbool children PAINTS 01 PITILS on AXT OK THEIR rmtwI lAT TOIK The purpose of the Assoei ellonbingtociNIthemost popular I4hool teacher lnevchcounty 10 cuuld redb tile public VpUInayshoat coot lea vote It may be done by wntnir lilt or her name en oneef the spare and remit LissIeulurkynulthe conust rupiU are asked Ulecre tOII their names plainly to the balloti ALL Kxmsrs rn TIII TEACHERS WILT nn PAID by the Aavxiaiion This win include tairoadranrttLnfrom Louisville to St Ixiuls and return board at one ol the belt hotels In the city for IIIx ojy end admission to the upoaitloa grounds for six days Tium ruiTirs WILL UK MADE T rnnx Tim nosy torn in Tiunnns to make the trip more and snore enjoyable Iaeli of these turttcs will consist or lor1 f teachers This would taken total cl Icacbrrelul there tIn only uv counties In Kentucky the AatocU gelrumthatcuuntyJeffersonALL TKAtJIEnS IX Till STITS STISII OX AX EOIUL KOOTIXi In thl contrst TIle pubicwillSoles maybe cst lot any person who Uught school daring not Or lit scbln now This otduidyeoroiloaoonabiehcloedlnHovemberorlkCemlerlheopportuul Jn 5mrLn Or UULOTS JIVI HE CAST AT OXn TIME There It no limit The moredol tars smut lu fJr any Nlr teacher tho more D heel she will be ctrdil l with TllkitlfDorrArCASTS rirrv vni its rl N a ARS CASTS A HUMJKUO VOTUSJ OM IIUNUKHU vui IARSCVT90sr THOUSAND VuTlH ueslindefrn1Lgespeaseaolthetomosttion fa Krntu r llulldInrtt terrass o 10 every voter la this contest may Ease the IdJI tloual aatisf ctlb of koowias that tic has nidwd a worthy cause IIIi STADlfl OP TilE COXTrSTASTS Will BE PRIXTEK In cat h county to show his or terfrlend how the race Is being run Begin voting now lor our school teacher The vote will be counted under the supervision of the Educational lUhiblt Coraralltee of the Association Theernnneto ChI committee U IS follows Irof II O Iltuwnell Lout V ICChrrnerJrIIfClrt 1rof K llalleck Ixnilsvlllet Prof W II IhrlholomewLouisville lr leslnttott Dr Chase Palmer Danville Pres Ident Wlillatn Ulnwlddie j3 konUr W C Frost Ocrea Dr II n HunUion Louisville Ur CassldyLeiIngtonKhoadi Owetnboro a Ddltle C C ellrr J10wlialC Green Prof Inus Sw ncer Loulnllle Mis Patties lull LoulvUei Mrs Pm11yi Pneken lmdsvtlle std Sir M It Tucker Louisville Members of the HducaUonal Couiinlttce are not eligible to election lu this contest ItEMEHnEB EVERY COUNT ELECTS ITS 0VX PATOI1ITK TEACHER Corapetlllnn Utweeu countie only applies to the race lor the talk trip the county outside of Jefferson castlug the largest total vole belnir granted the distinction of seiulluc two teachers conKnlnlalorJuiyurAugustCLIP OUT THIS HALLOT IILUUI ULANKS AND MAIL WITH Awe1 k 1jof as the most popular tcac in county ON1J DOLLAR JNCLOS1D Toy rocMwMM roc TOc- 10c t 10c1- Dc too 1Oc10cVoters are not required to sin Ihc1rnamel1but tine Association want alt school children voting to do so as llultdlng Voters have the option of sending ballots direct tu the Secretary of the Association or tu the Iront which clipped Additional Uillot be obalned getting extra coplor Ills paper HeroltUncea be male by certlbrd check letter i cent postage express or- poatalsnoury order or ia currency at senders risk Address nltcammnnlcatunsloK Secretary Louisville Ky t Ar11 II iit1JiiI1 I iy irfaT fllltItHJ 1 = = i J II- af w THE CITIZEN r + Swords and Scabbards In Society 4AnCplfnrnimitlc Showing of Both Sides of Great Questions a a- I By WILLIAM GEORGE JORDAN rPTI rowr t Trulh Publlhtd by Brrnltnot the ciutoiii uf grateful Malt mid nation to prcrtfiit Hwurdrt ax 11token of lilcliist honor to tin vie lorlniiH leaders of tholr uriiilr- Ullll IIIIVlcK TlH NWIIltl prCKIMIt rat to Admiral giggly liy liar itoile of llilluilclililu ut till close of AmirlciiH war with Hpulu font over JIiIJCI tlm greater part uf which WIIH spent on the Jewels unit tecoratloiiN on the cau barpl A little more that half u itu tury ago wheu iVmrul Wlntletil Scat fur whom Admiral Hclilejr was iiuiiuil mttlvtsl u Iwuiitlfiil Hwonl from the state of iuUlunu he WUH uHkeil how It plr8NMI him It U a very tine sword Indeed he aid but there U our tliliiK about It would bnve preferred different the Inscription glunild he on the hlade not uu the icabburd The uubtmrd may be tiiken from the swung never The world xpemU too much time money and vueritf on tlm cablmril of life too Illllo uu the Nword The Hiub bud reprencntM otilNldu show vitality aud dUplay the word Intrinsic worth Tim loabbanl tver thin neinhlnnce the Mwortl the reality The HOHbbnrd U the tetupornl the Hword In the eter nal The ncubbanl U the body the word the soul the mabbard typists the matertnl Nile of life the n tunlthe true the iplrltual the Ideal The man who doe not time follow 111OWII conviction but who lives In terror of what otlcty will nay fulling pruntrate before the golden calf of pult lie opinion In llvliii un empty life of mere how lie U naerltldnu hht In dividuality bin divine right to live has life In harmony with lilt own hlKh Ideals to a rowunlly toudyliiK fear of the world lie li not it voice with the IrouK Rate of Individual purp ei lie U but the thin echo of the yoke of thousands lie Is not brlitlitfiilni IIbllltClIllIJ and using the wonl of hU life In trmt wnrfnre 1m Is latlly orna menting u U elei cabluml with the bleroglyatitts ot Ills tally The luau who liven beyond hU mean who morUuKe bas futunt for hU lire n rat who N KiieroiM before he in Jusl who Is ttrrlllcliiK everything to keep up with the irott Mon of Its superior b really lonluic much of life lit too In devorntliiK till Kcubbard nod lotting the NWortt rUIIIl1I Its nhiiilli- I Ifa III oat a iMniRtlllou with oilier In Its tnieyt It u rivalry with uurelve 1Y1 xlioiiltt each tiny ssrk- to break the renal of our jreMerdity We xhoutd mek IiKb tiny In llvo truii KIT letter truer lives rash day to juoter Nome wcukliiHt of yentenlay rash tiny b remlr Rust fnllle race day to Mirjian ournelveM And thlll U hut Ii rogna And Individual eon clou IlnllnII progrrNr iinciidliiic IIlulI unlimited In the urn great thine differentiate won fnim all the other aiiltualN Then we will otrw nauelit tor the pretty ifolew dmintllolis of wvIrtys approval on the Mnbbard Kor IIR It will IN noiiKh to know that the blank of our purixlse is kept 1Olr keen and shwa for the defence of i right utt truth never to wrong thin rights of other but ever to right thin wnmrn of ourselves nod those around Ur Keputatlon whnt thin worhl thinks a hums U character III what lie nally K lily ouo run plug Mlinttlwock with a Malls reputation bin character Ix hU errant No 0111 lulls Injure Ills choir actor hut he hlni eir ChllrqIIr that word reputation Is the seal hihati Many men acimlre Insomnia In stand lag gun ld over their reputation while their character elves then no concern Often they sake new dents In their character In their attempt to cut a deep deceptive filigree on wall bard of their reputation Iteputatlon U the shell a man discard when he leaves life for Immortality His choir actor he takes with him The woman who upemU In charitable donations and UtbollnlllillI uncharitable In brr mentally sympathetic with human sin and wreuktiPM In that abstract while abe arrogate to herself omnl den e In her harsh condemnation of Individual lapse U charitable only on tho outI alder She U letting her tongue the rood work of her band She 1111110I euthUMlaitlc lu decorating thu of publicity to think of the wont of real love of humanity tie who carries avarice to the point of becomltiK a whiter hoarding gold that Is made uselew to him because It dory nut fulfil JIll one function cir culation slid regarding the ueeessitlea of life as luxuries Is one of nature Jest that would be humorous were it not ao aerloui He III thu moat dltllcult animal to classify In the whole natural history of huraanltyhe has many of the virtue lie la a itrlklni exam ple of aubltiou econowy trllAlItyj penlstence will power loyally to purpose and generosity to hU heir These noble qualities be polli In the application 1111 specialty U the scabbard of life He spends lilt day In waking a solid gold scabbard for the tin awurd of a wasted existence The ahoddy alrl and ostentations ex travagance and prodigality of some who bare anddenly become rich Is gold plating the scabbard without Iwprov lug the blade The npernclal veneer of refinement really accentuates the native vulgarity The wore you polish woodwork the wore you reveal the grain Some of the suddau Iatee of q fortune have the wlndom to uciiilre e the reality of rellnement through care till InilnliiK lark thc true Births of putllnu the Nword Itself III order In stead of begemming the sea Iaiiai iii The girl who marries merely for mon ly or for a title Is u feminine KKIIII of the iMKlnnlut of the century She NellliiK her blrthrluht of love for till pottaK of an empty name forfeiting Ihulltrilldear taw u mere bag of gold or u crown She Is decoratliiK the scabbard wllh a crest nod henildlc design sun wllh or iiamuntH of pure gold set with Jewels tike feels that this will be enough for life anal that she does tact need real love that has made this world paradise despite all the other present She does not reullzn there Is hint one real reason but one JUHtlllciitlon for marriage and that love All thin other motives aru not rciiHom they are only exctiHes Th phriiHu marrying a man for his won ey as the world bluntly puts It U IIIj correct the woman merely marries money said lake the wan tos an IhlI hroucc or mortgage on the property flit man who procrastinates lining his ear with the lovely song of to morrow Is following the eaulest and talon restful method of shortening the possibilities of hits Irocrnsllnullon Is stilling action by delay 111 killing de clslon by Inactivity it Is drifting on the river of time Ititead of rowing bravely toward a di rvd harbor It Is watch- Ing the anode In tsar hourglass run down before beginning any sew work theta reversing the glass and repeating the observation The rllllor man In thus delaying Is apparent when any second his life may stay mid the xamN of that single hour may run their mule and he will not he there tn we lyzlIhow he conquered the world he sold Its not delaying Let not put oil till tomorrow the duty of today that which our mind tells nx should be door tixlay our mind and laxly should exe elite Today Is the sword we should hold end urn tomorrow Is but the scabbard from which each new today withdrawn The man who wears an oppressive MiiiiMtus sir of dignity t ecnnse he has accompllNhcd some little work of lia iHirtann because he Is vested with a harder mantle of authority loiVs sight of the true rxpecllve of life He Is destitute of humor he tRI himself sera oiuly It Is a thousand dour scabbard on a two duller sword oI How Parents Teach Children to Lie alt WILLIAM CCORCC JORDAN Truth Is the straight line In morals It Is the shortest distance bet ven a fact and the expression of It The foundation of truth should ever be laid In childhood It Is then that par cuts should Inxtlll Into the young mind rain instant automatic turning to truth making It the constant atmosphere of the mind and life Let the child know that Truth above all things should be tlm motto of Its life Parents make a great mistake when they look upon a lie as a disease In nasal It hi not always a disease In Itself It Is but a symptom llehlnd every untruth U some reason souse cause nnit It Is this cause Jliat should be removeii The lie way be the re suit of fear the attempt to cover a fault and to escape punishment It may be merely the evidence of an over active Imagination It way reveal ma llclon ness or obitlnacy It may be the hunger for praise that leads thu child to win attention and to startle other by wonderful stories It way be merely carelessness In speech the reckless use of word It may be ae Ulsltlveness that make lying the handmaid of theft Hut It in the life of the child or the adult the symptom be made to reveal the disease and that be then treated truth reasserts Itself and the mural health la rUlltlre- dCOIIIIIIlIllellllr the child not to lieI is giving life and Intensity to the lie The true method II to quicken the moral muscles from the positive aide urge the child to be honest to be faith fill to be loyal to be tearless to the truth Tell him ever of the nobility of courage to speak the true to live the right to bold last to principles of honor In every trifle then be need never fear to face any of lates crises The parent must live truth or the child will not live It The child will startle you with Its quickness In punc turlux the bubble of your pretended knowledge in Instinctively piercing the heart of a aophlitry without be ing conscious of process In relentlessly enumerating your unfulfilled prow ises In detecting with the Justice of a court of equity a technicality of speech that U virtually a lie He will Justify his own lapses from truth by appeal to route white lie told to a visitor and unknown to be overheard by the little one whose mental power we ever underestimate in theory though we may overpraise In wotdsFrom The Tower ot Truth Published by Br o tanoi u u n 1ELIGIOUS THOUGHT Orini nirnnrd From Ihp Trsrhlna lit All Ieauodnallon The true Christian ruts live for In mid grow In Nplrllinil beauty In any place when duty cull him Itev Li r Swift Methodist Chicago Tbr Soldier nl Chrll Till soldier of Christ stands hire elul lienlly for till Ins of IiIHI and UK en forcement Hev W C Hlchurdson Kplstopallan IMilhidelphlii- Uu Mi tar llyMMTl y hrlllIlinn Christ caN n good hitler of xliiini mid hypotrlny Those who have Christ In Ihelr hearts nre sincere Hev Dr Hnrnc HiipllHt Iltlsburg- I alural KvnnarlUt Woman heavens inillinil evangel Ut So Nhell Hhe undo the work of the flint woman AH by her came the tolls mi by her shall iiiine neoctrvlire lir Sludehaker lnllicraii It rook ly ii UIIII h It who dins oat Include dtxl In gars reek oning nod who does not believe that Cod Include him In bin reckoning liar Dr It B Iorenz 1rexbyterlau New York Unlimited Opportunltlri Ihlaof It the of encouragement which nil men need The religious nod Irrcllglou are cons Mclous of earthly drrellsTrey ieorge Adiimii MulhodlM Hrooklyn- I IIwrA rafurr Ilh may be severe and tin pleaiint but there III an afterward there lit a blesseil nod glorlou start word In nil of ales dealings wllb bis children Afterwanl they will yield the nceahle frillltt of rlghteousness Ibex A It fonts Haptlst Akron U More Ioiltlvr llrllidon llriinlrrd plead with you for n more positive religion fur that which was from the iMglnnlng which we hove heard which our eye have seen which we have looked upon nod our hand have ham died of the word of life Where all In manifestation how can the manifest gig Sod be tin unknowable Hev lrJohn Vhlie Chndwlck Unitarian milL 111 liiiilmlliii of Ihr llolr iho t We need tutu limplretl by the IllIII fihoHt that they sire willing to listen that Kecret of KOVerilbieut lit ken by Ihe CanKnler Hon There IIr 1tdgux that IVutiHiikt hllll fully lOUI The plrlt of IhriMt unhurt on that Cat vary of Krtitl upon which he ban Ueu often crucified bats left u spirit of truth Hev Mr CuiiHaiilu CotiKreea tlonallM ChlcHKo Thf War Is Win Mm Show me a man who lit full of the Italy Spirit and will show you a man who will win men to Gal Iet mum know that you truly love him and he will lldlen to your pleading with him mtvpt IhrlHt Spurceon Moody Ihllllp Rnsks were lull of the jlll Spirit and lnten e love uf men they heal them to Ihe Savlniir slid their churchc Hev Dr Charley Wood Ircubytcrlan Philadelphia Man llsrrr Thnu Anlitiul If we were only iinlnial we would enjoy animal happlneh We are nul wails Mllll to a large degree taut we are abut ly iinfohllni trout Ihe brute lulu the IIIHII nod sa more tail mere of the tally huniaii will be evolved no surely will we come to the eoncluloii Kccleul te reachetl white he sold that till KiimniNry of sill is Hevere Cod situ keep has eommandinentti Habbl J U onanl IxMy Hebrew 1lUxhun- llrlp to MaLr Nap The rcllulou ImpiilHe In IxHldetl In Ulan coiiHtlttltlon It Is not hometlilnt that nnin make but It Is Koniethlnt which help to make visas When you coiiHlder what a factor religion has been In the world with all sorts of HI hsirM prlcst and prophet It Is na Idle to dray that the religion ImpuNc a bask part of our nature an It would be to deny that the art Impulse such n part Itev Or Inrklmrst Irebyte rlan New York riirUt IIUtliiBnUhrd lllrnliiK The dlKtlliKllUhed blelnir which Christ bestow iiM n mum to reitin clll him to Cod In ellrl1 nod Is rec onclhtl to Ihe sinner Slnoo lhrlnt8 death there is no nerd lo persuade God He Is lure U1IIIIIIcr is enmity He lltcut that itliiiiur ilrirkncns Ht U nlKti unto the sinner but the sinner U altar oft Christs great object U to destroy the slniicrt eninlly and bring him back from darkiics Into light And reconciliation the result Her J K M Johnson Haptlst St Louis Hope of Ibv Church The suggestion to reform way be treated us n joke by ninny and with contempt by a few Yet the fact re mains that the peace and llrolllrltyIof home church and upon the candid resolution of tbolleI whose resolves shall crystallize Into uc tlon In the church there are those who have lived beneath their privilege said have Joie evil yet the church re mains because others have heard the divine call to reason said have looked forward to the future with hope Her J A Johnson Methodist lltt burg The Spirit of llrlpfolnro The spirit of helpfulness U the slits hilt basis ou which Christianity Is founded The mystery Is revealed In the three words which tell the story of hrlsl1I life He helped people In whatever way he could be aided them lie hetiled them he nave them food sisal nilment he sympathized with theta he led them Into harrier ways of Ih lug The story of Ills life Is devoted to the help he pare his fellow men He laid down his life to help hla fellow men Help Is the message of Christi unity The central thing the vital thing that makes Christianity different tram nil other religions Is Its helpful liens God la the helper of manRev Dr Lyinau Abbott CougregationalUt New York SOUVENIR BUTTON FREE The Kentucky Exhibit Association has determined to give a souvenir but Iton the regular price of which is ouo dollar to every person who casts ten votes in the Soho Teaches Popu larity coutrnt or forms a club of ten anal thereby casts ten votes Itumeinber thou thntovpry ten votes cast in the contest entitles the ono casting them to souvenir button free Kemmnbpr too that the purchaser of souvenir button may cast ten votes in the contest without any additional expenditure Cash Subscriptions The Kentucky Exhibit Association ast with the hope of awakening the deep interest po6sible in the School Teachers Popularity Contest from the very start has decided to allow teaches desiring to enter the contest to become solicitors for subscriptions to lie 1100000 fund being raised sod to apply every each contribution1 whether for one dollar or one hundred dollars in votes at ten cents each for himself or herself THE MARKETS j u ntroRTMi ar 0 NORMAN aaclaswb co bts- ylilTL7gCOmmon276 JtM Dutcholll371i fiOl ISlaippesItO t9 510 ChuvxtiChaicefOU lfIQ aLarge Common3r 450- 1EiwsCommon500 665 Fair good lighttt15 7051 W85JSuwfIICommon to lair IOO 1110I IlIBsOood to choice 5 M to fair400 filO WHEATNo2 Red 75 Coati j OATS No 2 mixed 40 tal iIRyaNo 2 571 b8i illII15001rIINo U II 1500 lfi2r 511c Clover 11rO 1200 No 2II I UI 1150 POULTRY iYoung chickens IS JOiUooatellllU DuckMIf 12 Eons Fresh near by WI saltenl M IHIDEsWet dry salt I7 skin50 Q 70 TALLOW Prime city 61 IICountry f i j7 6 Th X Itey Recent experiments by practical tests and examination with the aid of the X Raya stablish it as a fact that Catarrh of the Stomach is not a dis ease of itself but that it results from repeated attacks of indigestion How Can I Cure My Indigestion t Kodol Dyspepsia Cure ia curing thousands It will cure you of indigestion and dyspepsia and prevent or cure Ca tarrh of the Stomach Kodo digests what you eat makes the stomach sweet Sold by East End Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM BerM College has secured market for homespun and homewoven goods dl6ll8linseying prices Coverlids 14 to E6 Linen 40 to 50 cents a yard Dress Linsey 50 cents yardBlanketsd pairWhite and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches longAllhomemade dyes coverlidsshould find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky From Cut Scratch On the arm to the worst sort ofa burn sore or toil DeWitts Hazel Salve is a quick cure In buying Witch Hazel Salve be particular to get DeWittathis is the salve that heals without leaving a scar A specific for blind bleeding itching and protruding piles Sold by Blast End Drug Co Telephone to No 5t or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer YEAR JJim Dumps was a most unfriendly man planHed styloTillSince then they call him Sunny Jim Forc-p The Readydo tnt CUtaC a better builder than a vacation Nvr Tires of It II I am considerably ndntiiced towards eighty years of age have nf late bUll almost rejUenliletl by the use of your very eicrllrut preparation which you have rightly JtfiKUuK a Force Nf trr tire of It K ClTTIIKMOL Wl r PATTERNS I BICKNE MOST LIBERAL OFFEROF To Old and NewS- ubscribers Free Fashion Sheets There failures Butterick Patterns Homo and Delineator 15c copy LL EARLY Berea The NewYork Tribune FarmerI- s a 20 page national illustrated agricultural weekrly pressItful to the farmer farmers wife his sons and daug ters whose interest it covers in an attractive manner The regular price is 100 per year but until May 15we will receive your subscription for TIIK XKWYOUK FARMER also your own favorite local newspaper THE CITIZEN Both Papers One Year For 65c Send YQur order and money to THE CITIZEN Your name and address on a postal card to Ill U NiWYOUK PAKMKR New York City will briug you free copy oNt hl Irouslas Morel end the Met shoe dealer r 11 The 1 tuni prlre IAloia 0 IN THE W0Rl o- v YI Tian flOVGlJSI tetitshna lHUl =rRIK183 Pairs Lai alts m=151iti 7O1alnal Butlntti Mar Than DouUiii In four rears THE REASONS Vl IMiiilii4iiiukr and Kll more lIIn I and Ottasluoa JIIIIIUlber twumarr utsroarrri In hiss world 1v l oiiila 3ia and UOrlion pbce1 ills l r aide wilt SSU and rio shines of other makes lire found to l e jut n good ul1I1111r7SJliBlade of tlit beet Iratlitri Including Patent Corona Xlit Corona Colt and national Kangaroo l l Ur Earlu4 ll j all ll Iwl W U Douglas 14OO Ollt Edie Un citanatbccaualledBt any price Mnrr by treeIR R1 COYLE Sole Agents for Borea Next door to post otlice are no when are used The boat Fmihion Magazine published is The a Ky TJCIBUNK TItlBUNK sample jlStylish J Serviceable Prices 2 to 4 Dollars each RICE ARNOLD Main St Richmond Ky r I f I rLlj kj1- THE CITIZENInW lTiLOCAL AND PERSONAL I N N1 NNNNNNI Mr and Mrs E M Preston spent l Sunday in Hamilton O Clayton Judd left Monday for his homo near South Dayton X Y Mrs J J Brauuaman and Mrs G T Spencer were visitors in Richmond TuesdayBert Cornelius who is studying medicine in Louisville returned home 1 SaturdayRev will preach at the Be morningRev R B Neal of Grayson Carte- county filled the pulpit at the Sec yandchurch Sunday IThe Berea College baseball team will play a game with the Georgetown College team at Georgetown Satur MdayJ W S Wyatt secured alive near J his home a poisonous scorpion which Prof Mason has placed in the Berea College collection Sheridan R Baker who has been taking a course in dentistry at Louis ville stopped oft here Friday for a few days visit with friends- A careful observer of the weather says we have not had three successive days since November which have been absolutely free from clouds un til last week C R Boucher county secretary for the Young Mens Christian Associa Lion and Prof Huchinsonof Walters Institute both of Richmond attended the sessions of the SuperintendentsJ Conference here Saturday A company of their neighbors and friends met Mr and Mrs It E Short at their home on Monday night Prof Mason in a pleasing speech pro 1sentel Mr Short with two valuable books as a token of appreciation and esteem Mr Short goes very soon to his home near Seward Lee Co III It is pleasant to notice that each day there are fewer cows upon the street yet we saw some ladies in the west end sadly bemired in cowdung on the sidewalk day before yesterday and considerable damage has been done to fruit trees and gardens by gatepicking cattle already this springThe fair held by the Young Wom ens Christian Association Saturday on the lawn at Ladies Hall was a de- s cided success The receipts were r Sfif of which 15 was clear money Two members will be sent to the summer assembly at Asheville N C The young ladies appreciate the pa tronage of their friendsand those who made purchases were glad to get such handmade articles at such rea sonable prices Mrs Sophronia A Hancock died May 3 at the home of her daughter- i t Mrs Maggie J Johnson Two weeks fromiing her health The deceased was born 72 years 9 months ago in Gar l rardcounty Ky Her husband Mr James B Merryman was one of thee firht Union soldiers to be killed in Kentucky Two of her three children lied in infancy Later in life she married Mr E C Hancock and 1moved to Illinois She was a sister oft Kirby At the age of 20 she united with the Presbyterian church She entered with great fart HerIgees 0 S N N 1i CORRESPONDENCE 1 tGARRARD COUNTY CARTERSYILLE- Work horses are in great demand at presentThere is the finest prospects for wheat for many years although grass is very backward hereBorn to the wife 01 Webb Kelley April 80 n fine daughter Mrs FKoehler and brother of Paint Lick visited their parents Wednesday evening S E Hammackwho has boon suffering t withrheumatism is some better Mrs W Wells is betterJ Carler and wife have returned after several days visit in LancasterHarmon l Smith has returned home from school Preaching at Leavell Green every second ISunday and Friday and Sat urday nights before by the Rev Mc- Intosh1 MASON COUNTY J MAYSYILLE Mrs Mary E Jackson is ill at her i home on East Third streetMiss Julia Young is away on a visit to some of t her friends in Baltimore Md who are ill During her absence Mrs L D r ttlr t 1 Henderson is substituting as first as sistant in the Fifth street schoolAbe Stewart of Plugtown accidently cut himself in the leg with an ax one day last week The wound is said to be serious Miss Alice Simms visited the Queen City Saturday and Sunday The following teachers have been reelected in the colored city school for the eusueing term Prof C G Harris Principal Misses Julia Young Alice Simms Bessie Strawder Nannie Wood and Frances Strawder assist ants PULASKl COUNTY BEE LICK Uncle Jones Cummins is very sick yearsra in vocal music t the Baptist church John Price of Woodstocksection was hero Sunday Morris Thompson is visiting in the Poplar Grove neigh orhood Elder Edward Hubbaid fill ed his appointment at the church of Christ Bethel SundayM G Rey nolds is about to sell his farm to W D Cummins of Louisville Lillie McBee of Quail neighborhood visited Mrs H G Sutton SundayAI effort is being made to establish a now postoffice at H G buttons store about one mile north of this place M G Reynolds sold A G Craig a t year old saddle horse for 115 Mr and Mrs Frank Smith formerly of this place have loctited at Craw fordsville mud PERRY COUNTY DWARF The Missionary Baptist churchat Dwarf was dedicated last week There was a great serenade at the wedding of Mr C C Combs and Miss + lary Engle last Friday1f Combs a former student of Williams burg who has been in care of the physicians at Louisville has returned to DwarfA good time is reported of the wedding of Mr Hiram Wooton and Miss Lizzie Feltuer of Lots CreekS M Richie a former stu dent of the Louisville Medical Col lege has just returned to Dwarf Nina Coruett who is staying at Haz ard paid her Dwarf friends a visit re- CnUyH Lee Owens who is at Elpaso Texas is in good health OWSLEY COUNTY OABBARD B T Hull is in Leslie county this wookW B Gabbard was at Boon ville MondayMeredith Gabbard returned home from Hamilton Ohio last Saturday The election passed off without much trouble Marion and Edward j Key noldsof Cow Creek visited relatives at this place Saturday In the convention held last Satur day the following officers were nom inated For circuit clerk Isaac Wild er judge John Brewer clerk Clay Combs sheriff D G Wilson and for assessor L F ColeWe are glad to learn of TilE CITIZENS improvement I will do my share to help it on JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Mr Jack Gilbert and Miss Carrie Abraham were married last week Mrs Cash Johnson is suffering from an attack of asthmaMrs Flem on Kirby is illD M Click has returned from Hamilton 0 The other witnesses stayed awaiting the verdict of the jury in the case of the State of Ohio against Fred Wellner Irwin Hayes of Winchester was in our neighborhood last week electioneer ing for Jim Owens Rev Richard Moberly will preach at the Parks schoolhouse next Sunday There will alto be services at the Kerby Knob church at that timeJMADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Mrs Ike Guinn who has boon in ill health for some time went to Stan ford last Thursday and consulted Dr Carpenter and has decided to take a four weeks treatment at Stanford Mrs J Wallace was the guest of Mrs J Wallace Tuesday J Wallace and family visited E B Wallace of Be rea SundayMrs J N Ogg and little son Noel visited Mrs Oggu par MondayEbbon business Monday Ratio Wylie visited Grace Baker SundayMrs Rachel Duck of Junction City has returned to her brothers David Mc Collum where she will spend the summerLucy and Sallie Cade were the guests of Nannie and Mary Gab bard Sunday night BettieElkin was the guest of Clara Bowlin Satur day nightMary Bodkin visited L andIv nnDREYFUS Preaching at the Baptist church on Sunday quito n largo crowd at tended Seth Young who came homo from Jackson Kv sick is slow ly recovering Dorn Bengo is pro grossing nicely with her school here J C Powell is at Richmond this week as federal jurorJull Hudnon has boon visiting at Conway the past few daysLida Adams is visiting at Noland Leonard Morris of McKee visited J R Sondlin this weekI F and 1 W Mnrctun visited your correspondent last week Wm Jones and wifoof Kerby Knob were visiting here recently Ben Gay of Owsloys Fork visited Anna Kimberlaiu Sntur day night and Sunday John John son of Berea tho representative of W G White C Co of Louisville was in our midst today Tho bond for the piko from hero to Crooksvillo has been given and work will begin soon J R Baker who hay boon painting at Valley View is at homo for n short time Prayer meeting at the Christian church on Thursday uight also at the Baptist church on Monday night Everybody invited VALLEY VIEW Mrs Lidda McClanahan and Oily Vnnderpool visited N A Purkoy Sunday Ben Davidson and your correspondent were in Richmond on court darThe colored people hro have been holding a protracted meet ing this past weekG W Purkeys wife is still low with fever Colby Dun who underwent an operation in Richmond is home anti improving fast Clarence Gains tins quit the It R and is now working in one of the large slwmillsCart Hendrick who has had fever is improving Mrs Harry Reynolds and son are on tho sick list also Tack Monday who boards with them JW Masters of Richmond was in town this week Geo Rowlet has moved to our town Lee Gregory and Cio Roberts have moved to the country two miles from Valley View ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Died of consumption on Monday April 27 ItaJ inns daughter if Mr and Mrs M M Sims She was Just in the bloom of youth The burial was on Wednesday April 21 in Scaffold cano Cemetery Rev J W Lambert went to Conway last week to operate the oil machine theroJ 11 Lambert J B Coyle and T A Parker were Berea visitors Saturday Miss Hattio Bush and your correspondent visited Mrs Annie Poynter Sunday evening The Baptist Church at Fairviow is expecting to commune at its regular meeting May 10Miss Julia Singleton and brother John vis ited J R Richmond and family Sat urday and SundayMrs Sarah Lam bert is very low with In grippe at thus writing ROCKFORD Mr and Mrs R Cook Jr visited relatives at Borea last Sunday fleecy Todd who was reported sick is con valescent Born to Airs W Rich on Apr 30 a fine girlRev F P Bry ant of Cartersville conducted services at West Scafford Cano Saturday and Sunday John Shelby of Tennessee is visiting relatives in this vicinity He will leave ina few days for Jefferson ville Indinaa Mr T C Viars and daughter Beulah visited friends at Berea last weekMr I T McCol lom of Oakland 111 returned homo last weekMrs R Cook Sr and Mrs Jas Dalton of Berea made a flying trip hero last weekMr and Mrs W R Stephens wore the guests of Mr and Mrs J F Sims last Sun day evening Little Lucile Liuville who has been very ill is improving Mr Walter Viars and wife Thomas Linville and Charlie Thomas visited Daddio Todd SundayMr I L Martin and wife visited Mr JL B McGuire Saturday and Sunday Mrs W H Linville who has been very ill for the past weekisslowlvimpr- OingPromptly at olevon oclock Sun day at Little Clear Creek Revs Iffy lett and Horusby will preach the fu neral sermons of Mr James Miller and son JohuMr James Thomas and brother John paid Mr Clint Holt a pleasant visit SundayMrs J W Todd who has been sick for thopast week is some better at this writing Mr C II Todd left Scaffold Cano Wednesday for Crab Orchard WANTED Agents at once to tako subscriptions for THE CITIZEN on our offer of Dollar paper for fifty cent or in combination with the New York Tribune Farmer S2 worth for Gre See ad in another column One agent made 135 in less than four hours Write for terms James M Racer Editor c IT TO YOUR ADVANT WHYIS to keep an account with THE BEREA BlAKNli CO- BliKlvA KKTtIlKY BECAUSE It is 1 strong careful safe liberal prompt ac curate and successful institution BECAUSE It IB the strongest financially backed institution in Eastern Kentucky lielng closely idtnti Tied with 15 State Banks and tine oldest National Hank in the South BECAUSE It is a growing active progressive up 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Riehmnml1 III in Arrive Paris HlSp 111NE OF SurriesIlulnqLeave Uorea 1t Jp III Arrive Livmgston2 18 p m ROAD WAGONS AND nnlIIr Smith Train fi l orFRAZI ER CARTS Leave Beret II ao p m Arrive livingstun12 aoIi m- Trniim No and No fi make con Kentucky Carriage ktllU5 J W Stephens Ticket AgentC IJ HHflliNS Prop tieOhiournofSlOtochlluurgeryHtructor Its buildingH are modern Iud well if ndapt l to tin rt iiiretnentN of modern dontal Dipirtmtnt of education and its clinics are tin urpAMutl Op University of CincinnUtioual Spring and Fall Courses in clinical Instrtiu urns also given tM JtfKor further information and atitiouiico A1I11lIt adttreHH II H SMITH D S Dean liltCentral Place Cincinnati Ohiorid Ionti St ciiHiniiotl O GroceriesKlulH for Laundry Vegetables Fruits PRESTON CO and Candies Main Street liurea Ky Richmond = 0 r Greenhouses Richmond Ky LONG DISTANCE PHONE NO 188 Plants Cut Flowers and Designs ALBERT REICHSPFARR PropI J J Brannaman Well Bulect ntock of Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Naves Laundry n h Paint Old Berea Red or any other color with HAMMARBnnul PAINT Bought of tho EAST END DRUG CO They Kunranlon 111 y 1 4 J4 r 1Vhy pay tilt to 100 per cout above factory price wh n you eau lIt tlu Famous Regal Shoe for ITi per rent nbovo till nrtorJJpries t W A WILLIAMS Agent for Regal Shoes 4 REASONS Why 41 Mrs A T Fish ran IKMI please you Ill MILLINERY AND NOTIONS I Largest Stork 2 Lowest lrietw H LoilKthl Kxporiettfti B xt Stlep Mtrtumuly wlietfd io the host market XiUv York City CuR MAIN AND CKNTHK STS HKKIU Oowltlattrlg Risers Tho fniriM It 1ilis Sewing Wanted Wo tun prepared to do nil kinds of Sewing at reasonable terms Kor particulars tngnire of C Misses Myrtle or Joe Lewis Berea One Minute Dough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Without Harness Tine tie t liorm in tin world lit of lit tint use With well made perfect titling bumfs on hit IwoomiM Ixith lueful and oniHineutnl If style in desired our 10 BUGGY HARNESS will till the bill to n dot It in light linudHomo ninth very durable If strength is tho iniiin counidiTtt tiou our 20 TEAM HARNESS will meet all requirumoutH Couldnt IHJ stronger if It Will nil Iron T J Moberly Richmond Ky L W JOHNSON Livery and Feed Stable HACK TO ALL TRAINS Prop BEREA HOTEL Main Street WHKX IN HICHMOND Call at Covington Arnold Bro For Qiu onHwnr Glassware Crockery Lumps otc tutu MAIN STREET RICHMOND Kv SAVE AlONRY By buying NEW AND SECONDHAND FURS NITUUR AND STOVES of R H CHRISMAN srlmn The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR I IfJI =