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JAMES Al RACLRy MI luucltcngt rat tt ecEl lldilor and Publisher I tofthoIntereets arr N M MPo nOME FAHM fi SCHOOLt Lt1NT1lBaNx50 CENTS A YEAR I 1OL IV A Family Paper littltEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY U liKKt fifty ccnta u year NO 47IIDEAS Train Irinl come triumph Cnlmnow mill kiudnt s are power anti iHtioe- A r litlln wldom inak e men proud hilt much make thorn humble A minis IlmrHrtpr soldoin remains hug lOIlIIIIId for the moans used to cnnowd it Iwuoine imlicslioDS of char miter FROM TILE WIDE WORLD Admintl Cern IMS been appointed a mil Senator in Sjmia More Christians sro 1A11110 he boon iiumieipd by Mussulmans a mid lurks nt Mouastir iu European Turkey The btjtmlhal of ths fourth ion King Uoorg f Otnere and Prino Aliooflf UatitMiburK hAil been official lv nrntuired Tlio wall aroiiud Manila Philip pine Iwlnudw will not Iw tnru down Tlin United State tli in ill lx thou of 0110 walled city 1hu nir tiiip oonfttnirU d for the Lobaudv Brother in 1nria l raDInmdo n nuocwwful Trial trip rlny Koitttf tft wilts in 11 hour A uiuMju in which 2U Moslcroa werv worshipping nt Kiuiriul in the urkiftu ctupirw WitH blown up i hi tlvuHinile and the wonbippera re ie lunied in the ruin IN OUR OWN COUNTRY It ill staled that u sueinl Mtminn CniKrHW will tw called about Nov U OlbVialfl and clerks o ihe Mobile n w11hio railroad are taking the places or their sinking trainnwn The piwmUutial patty after passing quiet Sunday at the Hotel DsbjDoote rlifoinia left Alomiar morning fur tliH North- A HNrcn forest fire it wffng ia AllfKhnuy Mountains Dear Duulo In Htid fear iN felt lor tile taifety pj beveral camps or luIIt in tlHiitfht that the ArkIs illnot Ilfl able to 1Mb her down lhr Mi w fcipM until Spring unlem no BOM ported flixxi nwmfurr Tlw Southern Baptut eoovebliou met in Savannah Georgia last week wi h 1707 delegHHM iu s lends- IiMuulakycoulubuiedxldlt7 Oee Jaa I JMilt ex governor of Arkansas was re eleulod prNsideutcThe UKM t important development in thu lu tflice situation ie tlm iud 1 cinito HtHpenvion of A W Mach eu gunrrnlsuprrinteudut of Ilw dlviriMI of fire delivery awl llw appointment of hiAUt oNaor Mr M C note the expert iitieot r Miftiwn has 1twm the Hrt been tint official ngninsl I shout urN brought the Krarost fhnrK nnil the most feareil heeal- r err his lowerfiil Political barking COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY GoorgoT Harru formerly a well known newswpcr man of Paduoah Ky is dead- Tourists from Germany have nrtlv- ml iu the llluo Grass nud will vii the various stock farms Governor Bockbnm Imsofftrcd t600 for the nrru t of tho murdurer of Jna foBreathittCurtis Jett Uie nllogod slnyor of J n Marcuni wax captured nt the homo of his mot her Mrs lan Illu Higgins iu Madison county and is now thilldstho bars iri Winchester jlllIAt thu Hepublicaii oonveulion of the third railroad district hotel nt Par is Friday A T Silur of IVhjtlw zounly WitH nominated for rnilrond commissioner of the district Oidjjrs have brow issued for the imisluring out of the military lOut panics nt Midwny Hioinoiid Nioh olasvillc Tyrone Iud Moullcollo m l for mustering in n compnny at Cyn thinun TLo fitnlo Democratic primary ulrcb tion held last Saturday resulted as milspun lows Govenor J C W J30lkll Lioutennnt Govouor Wm PThoruo Stale Auditor S W linger Trensur lP trHW Bosworth Attorney Ouru niltvilh N B Hays Secy of State IL V lIwJirs Cheney Col Belliimp is again montioned n for tho Itepublican iiominntion forIi Goonor and is perhaps stronger Hum in IbTO If nominated and olccted- rt Col Hulknapfl only iimbition will bo to advance the interests of the Sin to and develop the inalerial resources of every section Ho will net on Christian nnd business principles UNION CHURCH PARISH- DEDICATIONHOUSE Tho Seventh betiding of tho church Is aJ Kentuoky paoduet thbellin which tier g II Pearce D Dof Danville Ky prpauhed an dle npiritual mrinon The text waa H Kai l 0 U In rrrirct to fire and l vrnw glory ark Iud equipment stead tempi of larael war iufr r to Solomons liit JWIIIB Chrintcoin 14Creo Ohoiit QhenandIeta inakioK reformer Imident Wm Q Frost spoke of the eomruon origin of church aud Vll ge in tba ueoria and faith of tbe Dodlltduring fifty years the church hi held wornhip The ruins of the foun dation of the art log malting where the chiireh was orgNniis i in GIldIw i11ar co pied a while wahrddiHtrictDchool hotine which stood when the flit M rchNIhuuaP for white children Maudn The third building war l old chapel on the tollrge Gawp us ThiN wan burned Jan lKS sad lor- I a ytyr and three monthor until the new chapel the church inot in Due of tIM nodal school buildiugx The a chapel Mrved M a nxteting piaoe for mow than 21 sole Oa Thwndaj Jan m tarsi this chapel was l burned but by the following Suod the Tnbernaele wan fitted up and the obunh sad there fur II montha Wlttting ww held in the prejeiil Parish Rowe Prof S C Mason gave the tory of the Pariah loses with aiwa to aecominodate the ludo mold sod apiriual nerds of Ute IIDOity isle used in iG ronakrnt mina being fut nished from Kaulachra neouroea Iud the work hung dote by Kenlnckiana TrewnrerT J O borne said tN Nub ncrilwr had contributed over 1500 The College had gives a like euro A Cincinnati friend sent S3OO Sixtytwo gave the cbildiena doorway Mr It E Short Utrlbutedaod put in plane the line wire feueing Mit Nourae reodertxl ntluable Mid in i u uuihinga Prof S IV Mnnon jRve the itieandeeconi lighting platit Mrs M Q Maaon preaeoted a beautiful oak pulpit in memory of her lath er Deanon J B Quimby of Wakefield Kin The debt of 11047 ia ex ect to be wiped out befora the Tear via The opening vxercisea and mile mil weie iu uhargeof Rev Win Lodwick The prayer of dedication way offered by UMt pantor line 0 A BurgesD u An Old Friend passed away tSllUootl to Tua CITIMN Hartfonl Coati May 8 UJOIIOne of the oldost nnd purlin m tho old mist douor tj Boron College died in Hurt rd May 2nd or this year Dan iol would have boon 11 soars old had he lived till July Only a few days before his death he sent Sao to tho College for n maintaining ncholar Last sets he gnvo the aamo Ho was greatly iulcroat in the work nt Borwu anti was glad do what he o uhf for it I wonder jj e havo another douor s0 agedire was he when his lost girt spa Hont Ho n titan widely known und hoe ed hi this oily find suction of Conn VIBOIVU IJox ISPECIAL PRIZES MrHHonry Lev of Brookllno Mass given S in priws for the lo Fair Si for lost pattern of msstootled fringe fil0 Ioond for boel patturn of woven triage BOo sec ond 2 for host greon coverlid dyed hickory or other buskscSarah pLllne of Boston Mass n friend of Borea College ami largo puruliiiwr from tho Homo Dopnrtmont has ofTerod two spaniel prizes for bins kuts Woven in n pattern to bo either runt mnddef nul bark green or light wnlout and light indigo lit prize SJOO 2nd prize giOO Wrilo to M rs Hettio Wright Graham Boron Ken lucky for oxnct colors nut slse tcriptionIOn June d 1WM the subscription prtoe of THE CITIZEN will be Incrnfcd to SI per yonr Juno H WOO will b e last day on which you lan sub ribo for fur CITITEJ nt mho old price of Wo per year 1 he enlarged rootllllgKIiwho ftiihRcribe on or before Juno 8 Stkforyou the privilege of raving for HI many years in advance as you may Iire at the old priun of rIDe tier year uo dollar will pay for two years now June 3 It will only pay fur our your Many of our old sulwcritare uhave nlready In ken ndvnnlngo of our offer paid up their arrears RUtlre nowed for from one to Ihreu years iii udvanco Many now subscribers hare Iweii added to air list But here fire still others whom wo runs will lot this greet o fx rtiiuity slip if we do not tirge it upon them As n speoinl in diiremeut to old or now subscribers to IRnand iu their subscription or renewal for THE CITIZEN within the next two weeks we will iuelude absolutely free charge n yenrs siibecription to the HTpflgo mojitldr The American Farm nnd Orehardprintod Moxioo manlyheit back JAME M lltrraltlitor u eNFUN AND FACTS Uiiiiitiioncuiiiont curl lloiiic spun Iulr Iiinu i lxltealTDntggial Dot the ndvortieutnont saya Njiires when all otherx Inll You havent triml all tho others yet WASTED YOTMO MEN lo prepare for Government Positions Fine Openings SalRriuetrisoon Particular free luterState Car lust Cwfcir Rajtids Itl huk t llre MXo matter where I hide sigliod th1 luopnrd Im alwny spotted If you are a progressive studtint or successful uptodato tonchor and de sire position you should at oncoeu roll with the Teachers Co operative Union the most hustling wide awake teachers agency in the Wont Dont rput iton Write immediately to UINKLKT A BAKER Jlnungurs Temple Texns Mr Baker is n graduate of Beren College was lor saran salsa a student hors is n entire Kentiickiau and well known boreiLOI edWhy is a clergyman sometimes tenSICn joiner T A liobnsou Illohmoiid Ky bas employed nn export watchmaker Work suet in by mail will receive prompt attention Whan one n moth grind coast Whan ho is a miller dull SIIII Too It goes without saying nu nutoino bile Yes our George is so food of art Indeed Pea Why ho can remember all tho pictures thnt go with patent rued iclno Bdvortisomonts numb toll whose snub belongs t0Force 10o at Wolohs Obelisk on Flour is soma ns sterling on silvir takerfor Tae CITIZEN on our oiler of llnllnr paper lilt fifty coiits or in combination with the New York Tribune Farmer S2 worth fur c Sue ad in another column Our loutcoohours Write for terms James M Racer Editor u n A lltllii Knrly IUrINow and then nt bedtime will cure oonstipntiou biliousness and liver troubled DoWitts Little Early His era are tho tautens littlo pills that curt by arousing the secretions mOVe lulu the bowels gently yet effectually and giving such tune nail strength to tho glands or the stomach and liver thnt the cause of the trnublo is remov ed entirely rind if their use is Dentin ued for n few dnys thoro will be no roturn of the complaiutl Soldfby rant End Drug Co THE EVES OF M KNT AND IltJi EN OUdilioutoil are generally r iffereut Tbis is caiiRud by difference in work nud W in petit tar ii t GLASSES- to suit tliKW conditions and require male are coatis anti suppllwl hon Tests made by skilful uptUiiuin with tiHtdtrn fcitiitific instriimwits put lilt iu poser sloe of informtition which nnablN ua to furnish just the sigh OJOIIPI T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky lYlONU JllTIVr Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and Marblo Work of all kind don in n workimuilikft iniiHnor nt rtn eoimble prioau rind with dhptitcL AH work gunr nnteed by 4 GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Comer of JJuln Collins 8tNu DR M E JONES f4 Dentist Office Over Printing office Office Days Wednetdny to end of the week- GARNET n HOTEL Newly Pitted up Mania Board and pricesSecond House Richmond Ky R G ENGLE Prop OGG CO GROCERIESand DRY GOODS Fruits and Vegetables a Specialty Sole agent for Banner Cream Bread OPPOSITE BURDETTES MILL TFdi I I i I I I I iI II I i I AFrIFd I PI I I I Li I II Id d I I ir iDO YOUR COAT FRONTS BREAK IN UGLY WRINKLES I Thou try STEIN BLOCH or KIRSCHBAUM I Ilnnd made suit costfrontpaddedsltotttders hold perfect shape through tho longest and hardest wear I JJ hero to fit you perfectly uo umtter what your build r Prices neo 31250 1500 and 1800 t t t madetoorderkiutir II Covington and Banks Richmond t t OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND ROTS If IITYTTTwfrwJ tI1l1LLTt7177TLTrSSl2LT roJI SUBSCRIBEFOR The bi1izer1iiI Ju FIFTY CENTS A YEAR u I Madison County Roller Mills I i Irllanufactnrcrs Fancy Roller Flour i Corn Real Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc i i Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be t hard to beatii PRIDE I OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour i NwI Irti i rJs Whites Station Ky i t1 NNIIIN 1IN NNII INHINi11NIIIINN N INN NIIIIINNNIIINNNN NIN H INNIL THEODORE JR I t SATISFACTION G UAItANTi1 Ei Kentucky I will stand my registered Duroc Jersey Boar at my homo in Beron Ky for the spring season of 1903 at riO cents payable at time of service This boar is n very flue hog duringtheby some of the best breeders in the county and has served in the herd of J W Herudou J M EARLY I Ilf Its From Joplins Its Good A full line of FUJtNITLJMJ nlwayson hand ji tWe invite our Uerea friends to make themselves at homo at TO1LINS whim in Richmond CARIES niulMATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPEOIALTV- HlBDhfphr t I 4J66 JO S JOPLIN RifiMond Ky moe oaooaeoeoaor3ooomoQOOOaoaol teoaaow+ aos DOOOOOSoo emooe oaooa IoII11 flil 1 a Spring Dress Goods White Goods Ginghams etcIIIWo are adding daily now things inn Lawns Allover themethflUlio SET our beautiful line of Ca pels MattiugM anil Hugs The largest assortment and best + values shown in the city I SEE our line of Trunks Tvloscopn lull Valisrs SEE our lien Woiucii anti Clillilrons Shoos nt all pnco and tho best you cnn buy monoyo our Men and Boys Wool Fur and Straw Hats in all the latest shapes at prices to suit rorie If you want clothes thnt fit if you want clothes Unit wear if you want a suit for yourself or wtold want the + Best Clothing at the Lowest Price i DONT FAIL to inspect our stock before buying Orders taken for tnilormade suite and fit guar 1 anteed Only a look and you will bo assured that wo can save you money I i n8UlY an1Ta LACKEy HAMILTONCORN- ER I i MAIN AND FIRST STREETS RICHMOND KY f 8 Goo eOQ c8CO sm tcol owaoo oa+ +ee4o C eeooseoi + oee otso i j a o THE CITIZEN THE HOME SOME EXPERIMENTS FOR THE BOYS I suppose most of you boys hav o been working hard these bright days getting the garden planted If your garden is not all full aUl11alll Hura you can find n loot or two that isnt I want each of you to prepare a little bed for an experiment station o f your own If you dont know wha an experiment station is never mind Some day Ill tell you or better still get Prof Mason who knows allabout them to do so After your bed is nicely prepared take some radish seeds and sort then into two lots In one lot put all th large plump wellrounded seeds and in the other the little ones No plant the large seeds in one row and just as many small ones in another Give them both just the same care and whoa they are ready to us pull them at the same time Perhap- the results will show you why your father is very careful to select his best oats or wheat or corn for seed Here is another experiment with seeds Take a half dozen grains of corn and with a sharp knife cut away the most of the upper and side por tions of the grain Be very careful however not ro injure the lower cen tral part for there is what we call the germ and from it will grow the tiny pant Plant these grains beside six uninjured grains and see what will be Hie difference in the growth fo plants I wonder if any of you can tell me the reason for this difference If you can wont you write and do so and also tell me what is the result of your experiment If you are tired ofexperiments boys you may lot your sisters try this onePick out a growing leaf of a bright green colora maple leaf is good Cut out the first letter of your name from black paper You can make theI paper black with ink or soot from theI chimney or even with a leadpencil Fasten this black letter to your leafI not taking it from the tree The letI ter may be pinned or posted on it must fit close so the light will b shut off under it After several days examine the leaf and you will find under the paper your initial on the leaf in a lighter color Later on you might mark an or a pumpkin as yours in the sam way JESSIE LESTER HILL THE SCHOOL SNAPSHOTS AND NOTES AFIELD Rearing a Family of Blue Birds BY JAMES SPEED Copyright 1903 by Hughes A Outley Loiilirllle Time after time this was repeated and the little fellows in a knot hole in a near by tree began calling for food Evidently the old birds were worried with the noise they were making and several times they flew close by the opening aud warbled a few words ofcaution to them put it only made matters worse The babies knew they wore close at hand and would feed them so they fussed more than ever I was sorry and at length moved bac some distance then seeing that I mad no move toward the precious nesta they again began feeding their young While watching this pair that warm spring day I realized as never before the work blue birds do for the farmer and fruit grower One bird would slip out of the nest and its mate woud be waiting with more food for the hungry mouths which never seemed to be satisfied Thus from the gray dawn of day until the last rays drop ped behind the western hills warming the high flying clouds into tender lights this pair hurried and fed thei young If they had reared just this single brood the good they had accomplish ed jpuld have been great But the moment that the young had been lau bed in life the female layed a new set of eggs While she sat patientl- waiting lot the eggs to hatch the male perched nearby andcrossing and recrossing his bright blue wings ho warbled wonderful songs to her When the new set of eggs hatched the parents were as busy and solicitous of this brood as they had been of the first That summer as the fine weather lasted well into October they reared three broods of hungry youngsters and anyone can imagine the number of worms and insects destroyed during tlrat time In the Nothern States this little fellow who carries the sky on his back is the true harbinger of spring and is migratory in the strict sense o the term Further South I hardly know whether to say he is migratory or not because he appears to como and go in rather erratic manner Then too the student of bird life cannot always say whether the birds seen ill winter time are the some individuals noted during the spring and SUl1l1l111r months The winter birds may have coots from the far North oath our summer birds may winter along thl Gulfcoast Thus wo might see blue birds during the whole year aud still they wonld have been two separate lots which simply displaced each other with the change of seasons Probably no questions are harder to answer than those concerning the migrations of some of our commons birds The greatest diihculty is that aesmall territory and quite often thin arewvery conflicting A male blue bird in toll spring plumage is one of the most beautiful amdeshadsing into darker blue and blackish ou the ends of the long wing feathers A warm chestnut covers lhn throat breast and sides of thu body and the abdomen is white The female am young are not so brilliant THE FARM- AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION Secy Wilson Seeking to Have Elemen tary Principles Taught In the Schools Continued from lint weeU Some effort has already been made along the lines indicated with a view to preparing students for entry into the agricultural colleges In New York a system of university extension courses has been established Alaba ma has established an agricultural school in every Congress district for the maintenance of each of which the State appropriates 52500 annually Missouri has wade some progress hy establishing a summer school of agriculture for teachers and pupils in the normalschools Minnesota has n school of agriculture but us yet this does not even prepare students for matriculation at any agricultural col Stateseto a the science of agriculture and simul taneously prepare pupils for the agri cultural colleges by means of short courses in agriculture Secretaryehowever is the teaching of the first principles of agricultural sciences to all the pupils in the schools of the rural districts and with this end iu view he hopes to secure the instruction in the science of agriculturco of all persons preparing themselves to teachThis is the gospel which the Secre tary has preached far and wide and which he is attemting to inculcate by example as well as precept to which end he has invited the students of the District of Columbia Normal School to take advantage of the excellent in struction and the little greenhouse it is within his power to place at their disposal The earnestness with which these young people have embraced the opportunity and the unmistakable enthusiasm with which they pursue the study is the occasion of the great Secretaryedoubt that if the educational author ities of each State will afford similar opportunities to their normal pupils three will be littledifliculty inSecnring teachers amply capable of teaching theelementargprinciples of agricul ture and as a result will secure an abundance of pupils for their agricul tural colleges with an inevitable ulti mate improvement in the agricultural methods of their sections 1903rBEREA COLLEGE Anniversaries Rysos Louisville Sunday May Baccalaureate Sermon IliV F J VAN HORN Worcester Stan l50th ANNIVERSARY OF THE BEREA CHURCH 71lMonday June I Concert by llirmonla Society Tuesday June Zddreas to Literary Bocletlen Addrem by Col Oeo W litln Lexington WEDNESDAY JUNE COMMENCEMENT 9 A M Exhibitions of Jntlulitrlt and Gradual lag Exercises 130 P MAddresnea by leer ROCKWELL J otherstFall Term Openi WednenJay September 9 J r r r t r T TT711 11tt f 11 11 BargaiN f Store 11ICARPET DEPARTMENT rllti The most luscious and tempting fruit of the auction rooms are crowded into this departnwnt That nleau9 this depllrtllllut beenhlet lit come and take tho measure of your room and brighten it up for you with a nice Carpet or Matting If there in one stock in our store that wo are extremelr proud of it is ourMattings Come lord let us prove to you that wo CIII save you from 10 to lc VII the 1111yard Floor Oil Cloth llc to Glo per yard Carpets trots 10 to I tOc 1 In Shoes We Cant Be Beat c11e have a nice line of Shoes Prices to suit every buyer Pen plo aru particular about their footwear will find our now Spring Shoes a delight to the eye and comfort to the foot r Strikingly handsome models of fashions newest creations B they have that indescribable air of sniRrtneHs that gives the well gowned womaii a particular pride in the appenrancn of her foot Ladies fine Shoed 100 to l OJ Mpus Shines IOO to 100 In- fauts Sluts IOc to llbc t Ham burgs and Laces Day after day people swurm around this counter purchasing r Mho wavy bargains thereon Low prices are all right if backed up poIIINMuse1 rallllmolltJY power gives to secure thw best values for the leant mon e can truly say we have no competition on Incu and embroid 4ccry the proof is in comparison Try and convince yourself CURTAINSiIyou any no If so do not t let them go bare any longer when you can buy curtains at etc per 7fic pair for lace curtains Jl yards long good width in atIcant tiltsee thorn Come and let tin show you our lint from Wo to U- Nice line of linen shades all colors to select from from yc to ffite t1rincluding all the fixtures c Our Muslin Underwear Department 1tis full of bargains Can only be appreciated by being seen Gowns Chemises Drawers Corset Covers etc all at very f low pricey We have a uico line of Ladle Dress Skirts of the lilt i est fashion every Skrt was filled on n form when madeNO we guar 4tanlee every onto of thllll to hang well and lit thin boon Iarsols15c to 175 Ltnbrellas 35c to Ri 0G- The Bazar Dress Maker 11which contains over GOO different style or garments also leave your subscription for this magazine only Mc a year including 1 f one free pattern Tho McCall Razor pattenm are sold at 10 ami lfic non lriKht r Ib lonlidellco nro RUNOllltuly cOrrtocl Rlldru 1f commended with the greatest a9 tilt blJllt fittiug most economical of nay iu the market McCalls patterns are NO easily J j understood mid thin printed directions so plain the the most ill experienced can UNO them designated and W perforations ho that there is nnguess working in putting them W together 2rt Don t fail to leave your subscription 1 t Rasp submitted to the Cash Trade tIft yTr J OJa o or or T T rTrTT TVT1TYTT t Will surprise you wlicn you find such good values for such small prices lt r Prices lower than elsewhere and low as to seem in crediblotTALK IS CHEAP it l Our prices urn cheaper tlinn our talk Its for you to 1 prows it to your own advantage by cOIIIlMrillg tho grids side by sits tlmtn the teM and till difference will bur t prino you It you dont al rtsllV know our reason for know ing thin in wo have before purchasing IIlIltiI thoroughly computed it with tlw lowest fiinnti jllllll that ad ding our regular Mimll profit n prolit Mimll that no other Sh competitor would over think 00 wo offer it to you the 1M final and boat value obtainable Great labor IIUH IMHII spout to inako till Spring mid Summer line pleasing to every nun mid the prires will hprnk for tiieniHolvfH mid you that they an ltd IA It1iihtmper than ypu can buy them eWwhero Dont take w rd but cotnti mid provo it to youoelf Our stole in coiihtaiitly looking to tIll iutirrsl9 of iU pm 11Iscomtejudge their values aectirutolr much muni lit loft toThoStom upon its representation Ours in tlio kind when it in unfit to I shop for wo insist thud no gads lx ankle resented our merchandise bucks up cur ttatrtmelltsiffh Clothing Department J Our of m i te Iorrevt fttyle ill high 111frontkind for little flews big lloys and Youths Call mid l tji fhow you through this department Hoys Suits from ito to BOTH Kiiert Pants Ilk to WH 111 Millinery Department Did you visit this department if met do to nee what youI i have miswwl It in impossible to you realize the vitiate thins department offer unites you s1 tint ginU They ant tilt prior Il that Heotu incredible yet mi nil xmcrdil 19 spot cable that it las tho seemingly impoHMibh Our fins is few from out of ditto go xU t j rind trash that our eiistomerri may buywith ronlidewe Cull and convinro yourself tl CORSETS 1 J Wo carry iu stock abut Is different makes of CornilM Among which you will find arm nil good old stand hyM such iw tint KC O 1- 1Ic ii N II V W W B Armor nlIh All of which 3011 will find to lw stiuidnnl goats Call nail HIV theta ffr NOTIONS 1 lien pin Ir ttf UM Ir itariiliiK Imtllm J h ball tape Irj ilHioliUrLlhf 12 t nth Vr Le H rranrl Ipnaa biarlllg tSr gear lair nohIIJlbnlalfOIrMaieq at Mir Bad J1 hnnil innntllii Urnr hnts w l s I I I1 le llumblr i unit Sin heir 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surface SOLD ONLY BY BICKN ELL EARLY f t t t r 3THE CITIZEN n THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VIISECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MAY 17 Text of tier lricun ArU z lv 1010 UUIrr Vrmm ltIU aolil en Test Ia xalll I Commrulur Ircimrrd lir Ilrr II l Hlrnrun tcopyrliht tjr Amerlnn Irtu Anoclillon J 1013 Neither can they prove the thinK whereof they now accuse me live days utter Paul hind been placet under tin euro of IYHx the governor ut tjiHiirtn the high iestml tilt eld ant iniil an orator uanutl IVrtnllux tir rlviil from Jerusalem ami Paul btlnj brought forth the orator ik I1 reel his luillsuilininnd till JWWH iiHHiiitcil to It Iaul IMIIIJ permlttid to spank for him self Joules tholr uiTiisutlonx anil says that they win prove nullilng It U the common Mlory of tlitnpi laid to our chiirgu that we know nut till 11InMI ty of faint wlttipRKUM Is sxxv III The Spirit tbrouKh IVtrr reminds us that IIUIHC for tlmnUxKlvlnj It fur roiiHvliMiit toward Get we endure grief minerlng wrongfully that It whiii wi du well tutu tuiflVr for It wt take It pit tlintly CIM In well tilfiiHiil and thai It U bettor If the will of lixl be thin we suffer for will doing than for evil doing I 1et II ID S III 17 II Hut thin I confrM unto thee that kflrr the way which they cull hrrny w wuralilp I the Gal of my fathers bellrv tug things which urn written In the law Mid In tint prophet It wax hU ctiHtom to expound uud tiHtlfy the kingdom Itsl stud per suede people coneernliiK Jesus both out of the law of loses and out of tin propbetN fits xxvlll ti It wan tin Ill Mom of the Lord Jesus to iMgln lit MiiMfH nnd nil the prophetx std ex pound In all the ScrlptureN the thlngi iMiicvruliiK lllniHclf and to assert that nil things niiiHt be fulfilled which were written In the law of MDKH and In tin prophets and In the pKiilniN cuncerntn Him luke xxlv 27 tl There one to follow fully but the Ionl Jesus and there U no better exnmple of om who followed Him fully thou tin UM tie IaulI- S And have hope toward Gad whirl they Ilitmtrlvri ulao allow that then hall M a rnurrrctlun of the dead boll of the Juat end of thr unjuil When Paul was rescued front tin moll by the chief captain nnd OH tin next day brought before the council part Sadduceeti nod part Ilmrlneon It wai the tulle of the remirrectlon which r0 stirred them that It seemed It they would tear Paul In pieces lad act the chief captain taken him by force from ninong them chapter sxlll II 10 It WUR till Maine night In the castle that the loud npiHaml to huts and miretl him that its lie hid testified lit Jerusalem m he mutit JeMIfy nt Uomr xxlll Hi thus linlondiiK his tetlmonj still nuking for more of It All who stow believe Ood believe In the rvHiirree thou of the dead but not nil believer arcvpt the plant tenclilngof Thesis Iv 10 17 I Cor xv Itev xx fi tl Lute xlv II xrtt nnd other passages concvruliiK the resurrection II And herein do I riercUe mf elf to have ala a conscience void of odenM toward OoJ and toward men it HU aim In plainly slated In such word an these Acvonllnc to my ear nest iIkclotiomi turd m bock tiii III nothing I shall be nihamed Not nn pleaHlni men but Cod who trletb our f hearts Ye are whose sps and Gal I nlrui bow hollly oust Justly nnd tin bhimnbly we behaved ourmlvo unions you that iHlleve Phil W Thiess II I 10 The Iml Jesus and HU ap proval were snore to Paul than the pres ence or approval of the greatest of eurthH grant one The ntoilt of PaulH KiHHih was that Felix said be would wait until he had heard the chief cup tnlnn version of the affair and be cave him In chante of n cvntnrlon with or tiers to let him have liberty stud also II the fellowship nun ministry of hiss ac- tiliialntaneeM verses i and JIJ4 And ai he reasoned of righteous nrp teni rranre and Judgment to come Felix trembled and answered Oo thy way for this time V1int I stave r ionvlitcrt i aaon I will call for tire ThU was hi site of his many tnlkN with Iellx pad on an occasion when Isla wife Drtmlllii n Jewess was press rut altio The words of our Load JeMii In loin xvi 8 are often confounded with these wpnls cuucer hug Paul but our load III Ills word tllitll slot men lion judlput to come That which Paul set iMforo Kcllx concerning righteousness they be easily Inferred from Horn III 10 24 x110 Ill Ill 5 Ihll III 70 He would doubtless set forth our HlnfulnciM by nature nnd practice our need of righteousness to enable us to appear before God Gods abundant provision for that need In Christ Je mw and HU tree other of It to every Pc1I1IIIIelit sinner That whIch he taught concerning temperance we may Infer from Tit II 12i 8 U Cor Iv 11 15 pout vl 1111 Ho would show that when we become righteous In Christ by HU flnlaliofl work then we are to re flounce self stud sin nud the world and live wholly unto God who freely JtiHtllles the penitent nlnner that as dliclplcH of ChrUt we are to deny self and take up the cross dully nnd follow Him Mutt xvl 24 Concerning Judg ment to come He would probably speak us he did to the Athenians In Acts xvll SO 31 He mlebt dwell upon the mighty words of Keel xII 14 aid set fortl the mutter In lions xlv 7111 Cor v 0 10 lie would make It clear no doubt that nil who will not receive Christ amid HU righteousness are abid lug under the wrath of Gad and al ready condemned John III 18 and It they die thus cuts never be redeemed John vIII 211 but will finally come before the great white throne amid bo sNit Into the lake of lire Itev xx 11 A 15 while If saved In Christ the judg ment for sin U past but there will hon judgment of works nnd rewind for ChristJohnL f The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR The Wnntei nf the unity Every seven days tho blood mus elM Hiiil bones ofa tnan of average sire loses two pounds of wornout Us silos This waste cannot bo replen iahetl and the health and strength kept tip without perfect digestion When the stomach mid digestive or gamut fail to perform their functions the strength loll down health gives WRY nnd disease sets up Kodol Dye peptia Cure enables tho stomach and digoNtivo organs to digest and assiui Into all of the wholesome food that nosy IMI enten into the kind of blood that rebuilds the tissue and protects the Vtilth and Btrength ofth mind amt holy Kodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles It in an ideal spring tonic Sold bj East land Drug Co H nn A STUDY IN SCARLET By A CONAN DOYLE PART TWO Time Country of use Saint Me wan ulttliiKnionooiio evening poll Bering dotply over ills trouble nm Minrching vainly for uotuo way out or them That morning had shown the Uguru 3 upon the wall of his house amid the next day would bo tliu lat of the allotted tliuu What was to happen then All Dimmer of vague and terrible fancies Illlod hU Imaglnutlon And hU daugh terwheat was to IKCOIIIU of her sifter hu WON KOIIO 41aI thorn nouscapufroum tin Invisible network which was drawn all round titans He sank his head upon tin table and sobbed at the thought of Isis own impotince What WAS that lu tho silence IK heard a Kontle scratching Mound low but very illstlnct In time quiet of the night It cause from tho door of UK house Fcrriur crept Into thu hall nm listened Intently There WON a pause for a tow inomuntN nud then mho low sidious sound was rcpeateiL Sumo ono was evidently tapping very gently upon one of the panoU of tho door Was It aomo midnight assassin who hail come to carry out the tuunlcrons order of the secret tribunal Or wiw It nome egoist who was marking up that tho last soy nf grace lied arrived lobo Fcrriur full that instant death would bo better than the iufi oiiio which took his nerves and chilled his heart Springing forward ho drew the bolt and threw the dour open Uutildo nil was calm nud quiet The nlghi was flue and the stars were twinkling brightly overhead rime little front garden lay before the farmer eyes hounded by thu fence and gate but neither hero nor on this road won any human being to be seems With a sigh ol relief Fenierlookedtorlghtandtoloft until hnpprning to glance straight down at his own foot ha saw to his astonish mont a nun lying flat upon hU face upon tho ground with crisis and legs all aiprawL So unnerved was ho nt tha sight that ho leaned up against the wall with his hand to his thorat to stifle Ids incline toll to cull out Ills first thought won that tho prostrate figure was that ol sumo wounded or dying man but as ho watched it ho saw it vrritho along thu ground out Into tho hall with tho ra pidity and noiselessness of a serpent Unco within tho house tho man sprang to hut feet closed tho door nnd rovcalwl to tho astonished farmer the fierce face end resolute expression of Jefferson Hopa Goal Gall gasped Johns Ferrler now you scared tool Whatever made you como in like that1 Give mo food a the other said hoarso ly I have lied no tlmo for blto or sup for eight mid forty hours Ho Hung himself upon tho cold moat anti bread which were still lying upon tho table from his hosts supper end devoured It voraciously Dow Lucy bear up well ho asked when ho had satisfied his hUll K Yes She duos not know tho tints ger her lather answered That Is well Tho houso Is watched on every silo That U why 1 crawled my way up to it They may bo darned sharp but theyre not quite sharp enough to catch n Wasboo hunter John Furrier felt a different sums now that ho realized that ho had a dovoted ally Hu seized tho young mans loath cry heed and wrung it cordially Youru a mat to bo proud of1 ho said Then nro not many who would como to share our danger and our trou bias Youvo hit It there peril tho young hunter answered I have a re spect for you but if you were alone in this businum Id think twice before put my head into such n hornets nest Its Lucy that brings nm hero mid be fore harm comes on her I guess there will bo one loss o tho Hope fatally in Utah What are wo to do Tomorrow is your last day and nit loss you act tonight you are lost havo a mulo and two horses waiting in thu Eagle ravina How much money thousand dollars in gold and five In notoI That will da I have as much moro to add to It We must push for Canon City through tho mountains You had bost wako Lucy It is us well that the servants do not sloop in the house While Ferrier was absent pr- eparingiiii his daughter for tho approaching jour noy JntTorson lope packed all the cato bloc that ho could timid Into n small par col nnd filled n stoimwnro jnrwlth water for ho know by experience that the inonntnln walls wero few and far bo twcon Ho had hardly completed his arrangements beforo tho farmer return ed with Ids daughter all dressed and ready for a start The greeting between tho lovers was warm but brief for mill sites were jaeciou and thero wee much to be stoma Wo mnit mnko our start at once It said Jefferson Hope speaking In a lov but resolute voice like ono who realize tho preatnetis of thin peril but line steeled hits heart to incut it Tho front am back entrances aru watched but with caution wt may goj away through tin aide window and across tho fields Once on mho road we are only two miles Iron tho ravino whoro tho horses are welting liy daybreak wo should be half way through tho mountains What if wo are stopped asked Ferrier Hopo slapped tho revolver butt which protruded front the front of his tunic If they am too many for us wo shall take two or three of them with us IK said with a tlnlfitor sinila The lights insiilo the loose had nil been extingulshud and from thu darkened window Ferrier peered over thus fields which had beets his own pod which ho was now about to abandon forever lie hUll long nerved himself to tho sacrifice however and tho thought of tho honor and happiness of his dOIlKh ter outweighed any regret at his rulnix fortunes All looked so peaceful and happy thu rustling trees and tho broad snout stretch of grain land that it was difficult to realize that tho spirit of mnriliT lurked through it all Yet tin white face nUll set expression of the young hUlltor showed that in his ap proacli to the house ho had seen enough to satisfy him upon that head Ftrrlcr carried tho bag of gold and notes Jefferson hope had the scanty provisions and water while Lucy had a small bundle containing a few of her more valued posKcssioni Opening tin window very slowly and carefully the waited until a dark cloud had BOIUO whist obscured tho night and then one by otto passed through Kato tho little garden With bated breath and crouch hug figures they stumbled across it and gained the shelter of tho hedge which they skirted until they came to tho guj which opened into tho cornfield Tliej had just reached this point whoa they young man poized his two companions and dragged them dowu into tho shins ow where they lay silent and trem blingIt was e4 well that his prairlo train lug had given Jefferson Hopo mho ears of n lynx Ho and his friends had harshly crouches down before tho melancholy hooting of a mountain owl was heard within n row yards of them which was Immediately answered by another hoot at n small dUtaucu At the same mo meat a vague shadowy figure emerged from tho gap for which they had been making and uttered the plaintive signal cry again on which a second man ap peared out of tho obscurity Tomorrow at midnight said the first who to bo in authority when tho whippoorwill calls three times It is woll returned tho other Shall I tell Brother Drcbber Pass it on to him and from him to Use others Nine to seven Sovcn to five repeated tho other and thus two figures flitted away in dif ferent directions Their concluding words hind evidently been somo form of sign and countersign Tune Instant that their footsteps had died away in tha distance Jefferson Hopo sprang to his feet cud helping his companions through the gap lost the way across the fields at full speed supporting and half carrying tho girl when her strength ap peared to fall her Hurry on hurry on ho gasped from time to time Wo nro through the lino of sentinels Everything de ponds on speed Hurry on OIIPO on tho high road they tads rapid progress Only once iid they meet any uric and then they managed to slip into n field and so avoid recognition Ucforo reaching tho town tho hunter branched away into A rugged and nar row footpaths which led into the mouu bins Two dark jagged peaks loonies above them through the darkness and tho defile which led between thorn was tho Eagle canyon In which mho horses were awaiting times With unerring instinct Jefferson Hope picked his way among the great bow tiers and along tho bod of a dried up water course until ho came to mho retired corner screened with rocks whoro the faithful animals had bums picketed The girl was placed upon tho mule and old Ferrlor upon ono of tho horses with Ills money bag while Joffurson Hope let the other along tho precipitous and dangerous paths It wise a bewildering routo for any Ono who was not accustomed to face stature in her wildest moods On the ono side a great crag towered up 1000 feet or more black stern and money lug with long basaltic columns upon hula rugged surface like tIA ribs of some petrified monster On mho other hand n wild chaos of bowlders and debris made all advance impossible Between tho two and the irregular track so liar row in places that they had to travel in Indian file and so rough that only practiced riders could have traversed at all Yet in spite of all dangers and tlifflcnltics the hearts of tho fugitives wore light within thorn for every step Inctoadod tho distance between thorn cud tho terrible despotism from whlcl they were lying They soon had a proof however that they wore still within tho jurisdiction of tho saints They had reached tho very wildest and most desolate portion of tho pass when the girl gate a startled cry and pointed upward On n rock which overlooked tho track showing out dark and plain agaiust the sky thero stool a solitary sentinel Ho saw thorn as soon us they perceived him and his military challenge of Who j goes there rang through the Ueut rat vine Travelers for Nevada salt TofTcr son Hope with his hand upon tho rifle which hung by Isis saddle They could see mho lonely watcher fingering his gun and peering down at thorn as if dissatisfied nt their reply By whose permission ho asked Tho holy four answered Ferrier His Mormon experiences had taught him that that was the highest author ty to which he could refer Nine from seven cried the small nel Seven from five returned Jefferson Hopo promptly remembering tho tout terslgn which he lied hears in tho gar den Paw and the Lord go with you said tho voice from above Beyond this post tho path broadened out anti time horses were able to break into II trot Looking back they could see lie solitary watcher leaning upon his gui and know that they hind passed the outlying post of tho chosen people nm that freedom lay before them CHAPTER V All night their course lay through intricate defiles and over irregular amid rock strewn paths Moro than onto they lost their way but Hopes iutimat knowledge of the mountains enabled them to regain the track once more When morning broke a scene of miser rebus though savage beauty lay before them III every direction tho great snov capped peaks hemmed them in peep ing over each others shoulders to the far horizon So steep wero the rocky banks on either side of them that the larch and the pine seemed to bo sun pensielover their heads and to need only a gust of wind to como hnrllui down upon them Nor was tho fear en truly an Illusion for tho barren valley was thickly strewn with trees niic bowlders which had fallen in u elmlla manner Even as they passed a great rock came thundering down with a hoarse rattle which woke tho echoes In the silent gorges and startled the wear horses sumo n gallop As tho sun rose slowly above tho eastern horizon tho caps of the greaftuanu talus lit up one after the other like lamps at a festival until they wero all ruddy tend glowing Tho magnified spectacle cheered the hearts of the three fugitives anti gave them fresh energy At a wild torrent which swept out of a ravine they called a halt and watered their horses while they partook of a hasty breakfast Lucy and her father would fait have rested longer but Jef ferson Hope was Inexorable They will be upon our track by this time ho said Everything depends upon our speed Once safe in Carson wo may rest for tho remainder of our lives During tho whole of that day they struggled on through tho defiles and by evening they calculated that they wero moro than 30 miles from their enemies At nighttime they choso the base of a beetling crag whcro the rocks offered some protection from the chill wind and there huddled together for warmth they enjoyed few hours sleep Before daybreak however they were up amid on their way once more They bad seen no signs of any pursuers and Jefferson hope began to think they Nero fairly out of tho reach of the ter rible organization whoso enmity they had incurred Ho little know how far that iron grasp could reach or how soon It wits to close upon thom and crush thorn About mho middle of tho second day of their flight their scanty store of pro visions began to run out This gave the hunter little uneasiness however for there was game to bo hind among the mountains and ho hued frequently be fore had to depend upon his rifle for the needs of life Choosing a sheltered nook ho piled together a fow dry branches and made a blazing fire at which his companions might warm themselves for they wero now nearly 6000 feet above tho sea level null the air was bitter and keen Having tethered the horses cud bade Lucy adieu he threw his gun over his shoulder and sot out in search of whatever chauce might throw in his way Looking back ho saw the old man and the young girl crouching over tho blazing fire while the three an imals stood motionless in tho back ground Then tho intervening rocks hid thorn from hits view Ho walked for a couple of miles through ono ravine after another without success though from the marks upon tho bark of the trees and other in dications ho judged that there wero numerous bears in the vicinity At last after two or three hours fruitless search he was thinking of turning back in despair when casting his eyes up ward ho saw a sight which sent a thrill of pleasure through his heart On the edge of a jutting pinnacle 300 or 400 feet obovo him there stood a creature somewhat resembling a sheep in ap pearance but armed with a pair of gigantic horns The bighorn for so it is called was acting probably as a guardian ovor a flock which wero invis ible to tho hunter but fortunately it Was heading in the opposite direction and lied not perceived him Lying on hits back he rested his rifle upon a rock and took a long and steady aim before drawing the trigger The animal sprang into the air tottered for a moment upon tho edge of the precipice and then came crashing down into the valley be u6ath The creature was too unwieldy to lift so the hunter contented himself with cutting away ono haunch and part ot tho flank With this trophy over his shoulder bo hastened to retrace Isis steps for the evening was already drew hug in Ho had hardly started however before ho realized the difficulty which faced him In his eagerness ho had wandered far past the ravines which wore known to him and it was no easy matter to pick out the path which be hultakeu The valley in which ho found himself divided and subdivided into many gorges which were so like eabh other that it was impossible to dis inguinh oua irons tho other Ho follow u ed ono for n mile or moro until ho canto to n mountain torrent which ho was euro that he had never seen before Con viuced that ho had taken thin wrong turn ho tried another but with the same result Night was coming on rap idly anillt was almost dark before beat last found himself in n defile which was familiar to him Even then it was no easy matter to keep to tho right track for the moon had not yet risen and the high cliffs on either side made the oh scnrity moro profound Weighed down with Ids burden nud weary from his es ertions ho stumbled along keeping up his heart with thus reflection that every step brought hint nearer to Lucy and that ho carried with him enough to in sura tl rn food for tho remainder or their journey Ho hind now como to tho month or tho very defilo lu which ho lead loft them Even In tho darkness ho could recognize tho outline of tho cliffs whic bounded It They must hu reflected bo awaiting loin anxiously for ho line been absent nearly flvo hours In tin gladness of his heart be put Isle frauds to his mouth std made tho glen ro echo to a loud halloo an a signal that he was coming Ho paused and listened for an answer Nouo camo save his own cry which clattered up the dreary silent ravines and os borne back to his ears In countless repetitious Again he shouted mm louder than before and again no whisper came back from tho friends whom lie had left such ashore tlmo ago A vague nameless dread camo over him and ho hurried onward frantically dropping tho precious food in his nglta tiouWl 2ii ho turned tho corner ho chine full in sight of the spot where the fire hud booms lit There was still a glowing pile of woad ashes there but it lad cvl dcntly not beets tended sluice his doper tore Tltusatnadeadsileucostillreiguell- all around With Ida fears all changed to convictions ho hurried on There was no living creature near tho remains of tho fire animals man maiden all were gone It was only too clear that some sudden and terrible disaster had occurred during his absence a disaster which embraced them all and yet hall left no traces behind it Bewildered nod htuuued by this blow Jefferson Hopo felt his head spin round and hind to lean upon his rifle to save himself from falling Ho was essential ly a sums of action however and speed ily recovered his temporary impotence Seizing a half consumed piece of wood from tho smoldering fire he blew it late a flame and proceeded with its help to examine tho little comp Tho ground was all stamped down by tho feet of horses showing that n largo party of mounted men hind overtaken the fugi tires and mho direction of their tracks proved that they had afterward turned back to Salt Lake City Had they car- net back both of his companions with them Jefferson Hopo had almost per suaded himself that they mutt have done so when his eyo fell upon an object which made every nerve of his body tingle within him A littlo way on one side of tho camp was n low lying heap of reddish soil which bad assuredly not been there before Thero was uo mis taking it for anything but n newly lug grave As tho young hunter approached it lie perceived that a stick had been planted on it with a sheet of paper stuck in tho cleft fork of it The inscription upon tho paper was brief but to tho point JOHN FERIUEK i FOHMIULT or SALT LAKE CITY L DledAng419i j The sturdy old man whom he had left so short a timo before was gone then and this was all isle epitaph Jet ferson Hope looked wildly around to see if thero was n second grave but thero was no sign of one Lucy had been carried by their terrible pursuers to fulfill her original destiny by becoming ono of flee herons of tho elders son As tho young follow realized the certainty other fato amid his own powerlessness to prevent it he wished that he too was lying with tho old farmer in his last sited resting place Again however his active spirit shook off the lethargy which springs from despair If there was nothing else left to him he could at least devote his lifo to revenge With indomitable pa tience and perseverance Jefferson Hopo possessed also n lower of sustained vhs rilctiveuess which ho may have learned from tho Indians among whom ho lied lived As ho stood by tho desolate fire he felt that the only one thing which could assuage Isis grief would bo thor ough and complete retribution brought by his own haul upon his enemies His strong will and untiring energy should ho determined bo devoted to that one end With a grim white face ho retraced his steps to where he had dropped tho food and having stirred up tho smoldering fire he cooked enough to last him for n few days This he mado up into a bundle and tired as he was he set himself to walk back through the mountains upon the track of tho aveng ing angels For five days ho toiled footsore amid weary through tint defiles which ho bad already traversed on horseback At night ho flung himself down nmoug the rocks and snatched a few hours of sleep but before daybreak ho was always well on his way On thu sixth day he readied Eagle canyon from which they had commenc ed their ill fated flight Thence ho could look down upon tho home of the saints Worn std exhausted ho leaned upon his rifle and shook his gaunt hand fiercely nt the silent widespread city beneath him As bo looked at it ho ob served that there wero flags In somo of the principal streets and other signs of festivity Ho was still speculating as to what this might moan when he heard tin clatter of horses hoofs and saw a mounted matt riding toward him As he approached ho recognized him as a Mor mon named Cowper to whom ho had rendered services at different times He therefore accosted him whon ho got up to him with the object of finding out what Lucy Furriers fato had boon M 1ThnMormondisguised astonishment Indeed it was difficult to recognize in this tattered t unkempt wanderer with ghastly white face and fierce wild eyes mho spruce Havinghoweverhis identity themans surprise changed to consternation You are mad to come here cried It is as much as my own life iseworth to be teen talking with you There is a warrant against you from the holy four for assisting Ferriera away I dont fear them or their warrant Hope said earnestly You must know something of this matter Cowper I conjure you by everything you hold dear to answer a few questions We have always been friends For Gods sake dont refuse to answer me 1easllears and the trees eyes What has become of Lucy Ferried She was married yesterday to young Drebber Hold up man hold apt YOUthavo no lifo left In youIDont mind me said Hope faintly Ho was white to tho very lips and had sunk down on the stone against which he hall been leaning Married you sJlfTO BX CONTBTCZD The Keystone of Coot Health is pure food LionIis till coffeeno glazing of eggs or glue to conceal de fects and cheapen its quality richinsealed packages never in bulk Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Tenons who board themselves can spend a much or little u thej choose on living expense- sItpayeto hire a little extra money forded ium boob and otherthlnn But the neoeeary- espeusee are only ai follows To pay the drat day lrotsa eathoolEx HapttalFeee 25 25 perucs Book etc about 7 00 Z XI ieneral Deposit 00 I 00 Furnished Room fuel 4 25 I 25 Flat Months Board Sot 500 Wgepause Laundry 160 Beginning 2d Mo Board 6 00 6 00 Beginning Id Mo Board 6 00 6 00 28 M 21100 IGenl Deposit returned 00 oo Total Rxpni IS Weeks S7 00 ST OO For those belowJA Grammar deduct the S2 for boob and II from incidental fee making the otal only Sit When four girl room together each urea f2 or more on room end fuel making the total only 3980 If classed below A Grammar Room and fuel COlt one dollar more In the Winter term Two roomi for housekeeping with stores etc can usually be rented for from N to K a term The price of a big calf a little tanbark or a few home paa bed eeovrewUigive a term of school which win change sae whole life for the better DtW ItistThe famous littlepWs Weak HeartsAre e of every one hundred people who have heart trouble indigestiononlytraceablegestion All food taken Into the stomach which raIls of perfect digestion ferments and aeainsttheheartthe heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased stomachtroublewith It took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for boat tour mouths and It OIled me Koeloi Digests Whit You Rat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only MeltiePrepareeJ by L O OeWITT CO OHIOAMb Cores When Doctors Fall Mrs Frank Chiasson Patterson La writes June 8tk 1901 I malaria v r in very bad form w8ft1under treatment by doctors but as soon as stopped taking their medicine the fever would return I used a sam pIe bottle of Herbine found it helpedsme Then bought two bottles which completely cured me I feel grateful to you for furnishing such a splendid medicine and can honestly recom mend it to those suffering from mala ria as it will surely cure them Her bins 50o bottle at East End Drug Coa OM Mhi teuyhCrFetr CUfllM CwMc ami Group I r THE CITIZEN SAVANTS TO GATHER International Congress a Fea ture at 1904 Worlds Fair WILL ASSEMBLE IN SEPTEMBER Men of Science Front All Ports of the World Will Convene In St LouUniidliiOnn Week Will Deliver 30O Addressee A series of international congresses will be held Sept 1925 1904 at the Worlds fair The sum of 1200000 Is appropriated to cover the expenses of the international congresses Such scholars as accept invitations to par ticipate In the congress and do a specified piece of work In accordance with the plan adopted will receive an honorarium for papers and traveling expenses The authorities of the unl versal exposition have from the first recognized the desirability of provid ing for a congress which should ex ceed In its scope anything heretofore attempted Such a series of con gresses is particularly appropriate for the St Louis exposition where for the first time the educational Influences of an exposition are made the dominant factor and the classification and In stallation of exhibits made contribu atoryto that principle The administrative work was organ ized in November 1902 by the appointment of Howard J Rogers as Director of Congresses and the election of the following administrative board Nicholas Murray Butler Ph D LL D President Columbia university New York chairman William R Harper D D LL D President University of Chicago R H Jesse Ph D LL D Presl dent University State of Missouri Henry S Prltohett Ph D LL D President Massachusetts Institute of Technology Boston Herbert Putnam Litt D Librarian of Congress Washington D C Frederick J V Skiff Director Field Columbian Museum Chicago Frederick W Holls D C L New York member Hague tribunal Dr Simon Newcomb of Washington D C will be the presiding officer of tho International Congress of Arts ART PALACE and Sciences and for vice presidents will have the assistance of Professor Hugo Munsterberg of Harvard university and Professor Albion W Small of the University of Chicago The Congress of Aria and Sciences will have one definite task to dem onstrate the unity of knowledge and thus bring harmony and interrelation into the scattered scientific work of our day Leading scholars from the whole world are to deliver lectures The widest group will be the Sci t once of Knowledge divided Into the oretical sciences and practical set ences The theoretical sciences are divided according to purposes and phenomena into four main divisions Normative sciences absolute pur poses historical sciences individual purposes physical sciences absolute phenomena mental sciences mental phenomena Tho practical sciences are divided into three main divisions Utilitarian sciences regulative sciences cultural seven main divisions are then subdivided Into the following general topics- Normative Sciences Philosophy Sciences Politics Law Economics Language and Literature ReligionI Physics and Chemistry Astronomy Geology Biol ogy Anthropology Mental Sciences Psychology Sod oloRy Utilitarian SciencesMedical Sci ences Practical Economic Sciences Sciences ItRegulative SciencesPractical Po litical Sciences Practical Social Sci ences Practical Legal Sciences Cultural SciencesPractical Educa tional Sciences Practical Aesthetic Sciences Practical Religious Sciences On Monday the congress will be opened by ono address on the Rela tion of the Congress to Scientific 0Progress another on the Unity of i Theoretical Sciences The seven main divisions will also be discussed duHng the afternoon by an introduc tory address on the Fundamental Conceptions of each special division Tuesday will be devoted to consid eration of tho twentyfive departments of the congress upon each of which two official addresses will be deliv ered ono on the history of that spa cial department of knowledge during the last century and one on its meth ods On the remaining four days ot the week two official addresses one on the relation to other sciences and one on tho problems of today will be delivered on all but one of the one hundred and thirty sections Into which the twentyfive departments aro divided Sunday the 25th will be given over to tho remaining section and three addresses made on the Influence of Religion on Civilization This will provide for 321 offi cial addres r ALPHABET 3VILVIJVG GAME ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXTC 1239567890 l A New York Evening World artist has taught hs baby the alphabet tu an Interesting way four strips of colored cardbourd each four and u halt Itches by threefourths of an inch two small semicircles of the suns and ono largo semicircle ns shown In the diagram were employed The child played with these as It would with building blocks making each letter by coinlilnlnK the cardboard stripy With these trills It Is possible to make every letter In the alphabet A THOUGHTFUL BOY How HP Tried to Learn the rims Without Wakening Ilia Father Kenulboy Is sometimes r thought ful of other peoplescomfort although sometimes he is not He Ins one very bad habit his papa says which In waking up nt half past C oclock or ear lier every morning and Insisting upon making remarks Ills pnn Is usually- the one to whom these remarks are made and of course listening to what Kennlboy has to say makes It neces sary for him to wake up and brush the cobwebs off his wits Once or twice Kennlboy has been scolded for Inter fering In this way with other peoples sleep He has been told that he may talk all he pleases but that It must ill ways be In u whisper so that his papa and mamma shall not be disturbed Having this lesson In mind one morning Kennlboy having waked nt the usual early hour was rather curl ous to know Just how early It wan Leaning over his papas oar he wits pored softly into It Papa what time Is soft was the whisper that papa never seemed to hear 1t but slept peacefully on and so Kenulboy tried It again Pupa look at your watch and tell me what time It Is please he whis time papa was awakened Oh dear Kennlboy he said rubbing his eyes sleepily Ill never grow beautiful If you wake me up out of my beauty sleep thin way every mornlnc I didnt mean to wake you up said the boy Rut you were talking In my ear returned papa How could you expect to do that without waking me I wasnt talkln I was only whlv perln said Kennlboy I wanted you to tell me what time It Is und I whispered sos you could tell me without wakln up Svrla sleigh In Switzerland three kinds of sleighs are usedthe so called Swiss sleigh the skeleton sleigh timid the bob sleigh The Swiss tilelgh la of the same type as the ordinary German sleigh and Is used for practical purposes on well for pleasure As a rule only one per A SWISS COASTElt son rides on it but when there nn races each of the competitors is gen orally required to curry u lady In front of him on the sleigh The skeleton sleigh Is also Intended for one person who however does not sit on it but lies down and steers it with the tips ot his toes to which are fastened strong trOll jilkcs The Swiss sleigh oil the contrary Is steered with the hands ff with small sticks that are tipped with trod These sticks moreover frequently do good service in enabling the sleigh to sur mount such obstacles OB it juuy 1Pl on its way A Dog That Asked For Aid Nero was walking up Harder street East Boston limping badly When be got to Masons lumber mills the doors of which are always open lie entered approached one of the men and held up his Injured paw Nero has not a very pleasant looking fate und the man did not offer tu touch him but called on him to go outrfhe dog walked as far away ns the door and turning around came back and again held up his wounded foot The mUll stopped his work and gently taking hold of the paw found a safety pill Imbedded deeply In the flesh He extracted the pin the dog wincing at the pain und when he got It out the dug licked his paw and then fawned about Ills surgeon Shortly afterward he took his departure as if nothing had hap r pened Uoston Herald Grandma Trees Toms grandma hud a number of ceo dar and pine trees In her yard One day Tom could dot bo found but after a lung time put In an appearance and to his mothers Inquiry of where he bud peen answered Ive been playing un der grandmas Christmas trees Youths Compunlos t THE WHITE ROBIN An AIMmi Illril Tlmt Illrd llrrnuar It Cuiililiil Fred Itself In the summer of 1000 some friends of mine conic to mo with n story of a strange white bird that hud been seen several times among the trees of a small grove In southern Ohio the slate III which my home county Is Finally another friend told rue that he had seen n pair of robins feeding It and between us we agreed that It must be u white robin nn albino An albino among mince Is a person whose skin timid hair are unnaturally white Among birds und animals an al blue Is one which Is white differing from others of Its species A birth or an imal the normal color of which Is white or which changes to white feathers or fur for winter not an albino The perfect albino has pink eyes and no color about It The white robin I saw was a perfect albino The rest of the brood of which the albino was one hind scattered and were looking out for themselves but the parent birds were still feeding their white fledgeling The other birds In the grove took a great deal of Interest In the strange Inhabitant especially the purple grackles As the white robin sat on u bough the grackles would perch near It looking at It with their heads turned shrewdly to one side or hopping from place to plate us though to get a better view All the time they kept up a blackbird conversation nlxwt the object of their curiosity clucking and chuckling away at n great rub The white robin did not hunt food for Itself although It was fully old enough to do so but depended on Its parents When It flew It did su awkwardly and blunderingly and generally seemed to prefer staying In one place A day or two afterward two boys brought to my olllce the white robin dead One of the local papers had said that an albino robin might be sold to a museum timid I accused the buys of having killed the bird on the chance of selling It This they stoutly denied saying that they found It dead I took off the skin for the purpose of mount pug It timid found that the boys hind been telling the truth for there was no sign of an Injury The llOOr robin was very thin and Its stomach was utmost empty except for the remains of one bug I wondered If Its parents had grown tired of feeding It I found also that the reason It Hew so poorly was because Its eyes were defective and tout It must have bran almost blind Had its parents fed It until the time of time fall migration southward the white robin could not love gone with the rest and must have starved The robin was entirely willie with pink eyts n pinky willie beak and pinkish legs Albinism by the WilY Is caused by the lack of pigment or coloring matter In time quills Birds nllllcted ore ally not well dovelojRd send suffer from attacks of Individuals of their own species Henry Holconib Hennett In St NicholasTongue Twisters One who wants good tongue exercise may get It by reading or by attempting to read rapidly tho following sentence published In the Atlanta Constitution For those who may have to speak or read In public there Is more In such exercise than mere run Six little thistle sticks Flesh of freshly fried Hsh Two toads totally tired tried to trot TedburyThe but sulllceth us Give Grimes Jims great gilt gig whip It Didnt Work Nervous Lady There Ive hud some ashes put on the dill outside und now I guess those noisy cou8ters will go some where else Hoy outsldcnll All of you Heres a bully place to shine yr runners Good News Hi Final limtlnw place A teacher was addressIug a small class of little boys and she asked them how ninny could tell where the home of the swallow was One little fellow named John said I can The home of the swallow Is In the stomach Following the Rale Eight and Nine went out one day And wandered down the woodland way They found some nuts upon a tree And Eight wild Olive the Ort to mtTho flrat to me for they are mine Since I am Eight and you are Nine Then on they went In merry mood And by and by they left the wood And reached a pleasant meadow green Where cows with lengthy horn were seen Then Eight remarked right timidly Now you must go In front of me Ill walk behind you through the gate Slate you rue Nine total I am Jilght For Thoe Who IUxOn Fiirmi Dr Bergin Pann Ills writesIII have used Bnllimls Snow Liniment always recommend it to my friends its I mn confident there is no better made Itisn Jandy forhuniH Those who live on farms are especially liable to many accidental eats burns and bruises which heal rapidly when Bal Inrdri Snow Liniment in applied It should uhvujH be kept iu the house for cases of emergency 2i e tOo and SI 00 at East End Drug Con r brVWNMMNVK IM- J We promptly obtain U K atul lumen I Send model sketch or photo of Intention for rfltJf iilow IInl lu an4TRADEMARKSwtnte Stylish Washable Serviceable Prices 2 to 4 Dollars each RICE ARNOLD Main St Richmond Ky Sprluc Ailmen- tThere is nn netting null tired feoliiif the liver bowels and kidneys become sluggish and inactive time digestion impnirLHwithlittln or no appetite no ambition for anything and n fooling that the whole hotly and tninil IIIHHU toning up Tho trouble in that dur ing winter there has been an nee u in Illation of waste matter hi the system Elerbino will remove it secure to the secretions a light exit and by its tonic effect fully restore tho wanted tissues and givoslrenglb in place of wonknosH 50c at East Rod Drug Coo n Boll kmgla htnrn and the Itdoe draiera- rrrrywtere Urriattf 41haeetIJ aleabottom a N t1Ex SJIIffIbt Increase oialtt in IaN httui MSI Itntu rain KIH4 Ialnu iio = r4971ta1- rs1t101 i7U U Pairs Burl nes More Than OouUttl In four roars THE REASONS 1 W UliouBlamiinkeii and tells more mens gl anil3iolioo tlinu any other two manufacturer In tho world l31Osbneplaneddde other makes are found to bo ni good ordinary5300aud30Mad of the but IQt Patent Corona Kid Corona Colt and National Kangaroo rt 1Inrrd sdhltulnl e W U Douulu atOO OUt Edlrll I4n cannot bo at nnue DymwI Oar earndnln free RIR COYLE Sole Agents for Borea Next door to postollico i T JI A fJiED10RDs BLACKDRAUGHTTHE LIVER MEDICINE Ate + uAS1 A sallow complexion ilizzhic bilumsncH aim II coated lull Ile are common imliratiuns of liver ami kiilnoy diseases iSlomnch nml towel trouble seven tat they uroI julinbuttill start are- niucimhanlertocurt nunlfunls lilackDratiuht never foils to brut fit diseased liver nod weakiwxl kid neys It stirs up the toriiiil liver to throw oil the UITIIH of fever nml attar It is n certain preventive of cholera lad llriulits disease of tin kidneys by Thulfor tllack Draught thousand of er m lucre yrllowperfect health and havti no other tutor than Thedford Illaik Iriui ht It is always on hand for UO iu an emergency mid saves many vxpemivo of n doctor Mulllni S c MArch 10 1901 UllckOrlughtlor lo a doctor iliue have Keen taking 7t It li the bit medicine let me that It kldneytroublecomplaints Kev A G LEWISI 1 ill U DR HOBSON Dentist Spoclal Discount to Students Uichinoml Kentucky Vnrlil Will llrplf ll lYiiitrVtt Cnwm Vermifuge linn nrhipveil n worldwide repiitntioii HN lx lng limn Ixjut of till worm destroyer nml for its touio ill lit Ctl on weak niul unthrifty children it neutral zun the acidity or noiiniPHN of lint stomach improves their digeatiou mid nHsimilntioiiof food fttrongthmiM their nervous Syetelll and restores then to the health vigor nntl Hwitii itj cf npiritH natiitnl to childhood 1int Kant Hud Drug COM Vote for Your Choice FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID FchonI children stud public tntlttd to Yule to popularIntents tatli lea call at one tune All moue over at 4 above trip n Du of trtcb ere to go Into erection of the Kentucky llulltllug at the per II voter thus htD the tatubrtlon of knowing a worthy ouoe and ImnorUPt object lute buallied at the tune time a motile teacher hit tealved- rrcogntllm Contest cue ducted under ampler of liilocallontl Cora insure of Kentucky Kihlbit AuocUlion the oll luUoD formal to rilie f Imr u for a Kmtixlty UiiilJInr and full produesInlr the lcl Uture ha lnc approprlalion pubhe ndualluulrolahbtlntheKeatuckynulldingatthehpodllonlalaeeofltducallo the ipnlualtot IU ttnlln thI hll lory The lrchtluhOilrll wlll mucky indeed tenderrllhatNptotile Ilr Jhe eieettiiownmoatpopaurrduator 1hecnunlvouuldeoJrdrtwncasting ihelatteat- numierof VUIU Lc to leu two mot jKjniUr I weal popular TUB TOTES WILL HE TEC COTS EACH TEX tOSSTITCTISO A IULLOT At ten cents each rrcnr choot child In the State wilt tot able ti IIIIor her frome teacher liut the rotmK will not be confined to achuol cblldreaiPImu TI or pfiiLS on ANT OP Tttirirt rntrji s MIT VOTE The purpose of the Mash pullilcItpay toe altaDrN and each BlvlnB ten rents e ciedltnl with nU or her vote ironetxriunle nebywcilinghsorhernameononeofthelrreandrrmittdngnnedollar lhKentuckythe etodgutheirnamesptaluiytotheballotALL This win include rIIrotd traoiportatl n front ljulirllle lo SI Lonli and return board at one ol the b t hotel In tripmorethe city for sit days and admiitlon to the upotltloa grounds fur ate days AIItO1rum IhaC euulltyJellenou eaptcrlwhiff casts the greatest numberofvotu la the contest ThetuclllThepublkwill TbhymoreidohtarsTllaltttPfrLAeCASTS IIiTY VuTIiS TIN II Aaa CASTS A HUNIJRUD 1OTltal oNll mUNU1tIU P01 LARSCVTSONKTHOUSANUVOfKH ofthetiuncaXentukylmuildiagutltee etI fO every voter in thla Contest roiy hare the addi lie hat aidvd a worthy came TIP STANDING OK TilE CONTESTANTS WILL ns PHIXTED rnrorEXTiT in each to forpourfarodteschoolteacher IIronellloulllIr JuIdentLeaInIIO1111ioulsnlietMrltmtlyItIlreckentouiavlileandMtah116Tucker this contest HEMEBBEB EVERY COCSTI ELECTS ITS 0 TX PATOIIITB TEACIIEU Competition between thelargesttOalrraluIlloryJulyotAugula1CLIP OUT TillS BALLOT PILL UP ULANKS AND MAIL WITII SI 73AlVc I ofJ as the most popular teacher in county ONE IOrjAK KNGLOSKIX loc- I tug tea tOc- aA eW- 10c 1Lc- t 100 100 110crlOcVoters ere pot required to alga their namellbut the soclattonwant alp school children young to do an as will them In Voter the option of sending ballot dliect to the Secretary of the Aisoclatlon or to the pII Ircm which clipped rKemlllalllCII poltare cape or pottlll woneyorder orincurrency to- H It HUDIIIW Secretary Ky I a t 1 5 i THE CITIZEN p P u The Power of Truth Lying the Most Popular Vice of humanity Studied In flatly Life 0 By WILLIAM GEORGE JORDANFrom The Power of Truth Publiihed by llrrntnot Jt tIJr la the rod rOllluln till II ot every great rharacter It tH Titloyalty to the right as we It It Is courageous living lit our lives In harmony with our Ideals It Is nlwuys power Truth ever defies full definition ujjii ihitrlclty It cull only bo explained by noting UK manifestation It Is the impass of the soul tho guardian of conscience till thud toiiehstono of right Truth the revolution of the Ideal but It Is nlso nn ln plratlon to realize that Ideal n constant Impulse to live LyliB N one of tho oldest In till world It mado Its debut In the lINt recorded convcniatloti In history lit n fnnioiM Interview In the Rtirdcn of iden Lylnc the sacrlfUi of honor to civile n wrong Impression It masquerading In misfit virtue s Truth real Ntniiil nlono tilt It needs no chnp run or esci4t Lies nre cowardly four mime thliiKS that intiNt tnivel in hat liilloiis They nro like a lot of dnntken men one vainly nwklng to Mipirort tin other Lying Is till partner unit ac complice of all the other vans It U the miuvr of monil Ill generacy In an Individual life Truth Is the oldest of all till virtue It antedated innii It lived before Men win man to perceive It or to accept It It le till Illiehangeilblo the eoimtunt Iaw Is the eternal truth of naturo the unity that nlwnys indoors IdontlcMl rx nlti under Identlcnl condltloiM When n man dimoven u groat truth In nature lu has tho key to the under sbnulhig tit it million pliciumifiia When he grasp n grout truth III tmiml ho Imn In It the key to lila silrltual nv ireiitlon For the Individual there no such thine ns tlusiritlc truth n great truth that Is not absorbed hollr whole mind and life and bus not bit roint un liiMpnniblo part of our living lit tall u ronl truth to If we know tho truth nod do not live It our lift Is lie III speech the limn who make truth bin wulehwonl 14lareful In his wonls IIH NMks to ln nwnrnto neither under fctutiiig nor ovenoloring lie never iilaleH n fact that of which ho t4 nut sum Wllnt ho say linn till rinK of kliuiTliy tho hall mark of putv Jl11i1 If ho prulwn you you noifl Ids slnh incut net you do nut loco to work out u problem In menial antis metic on tho Kdo to MI what tfltciiunt you ought In make Infore yon weeept Ida Judgment Ills promise ixmuts for omclhlnt Von ncctpt It ns lining goixl as Isis bond You know that no matter how much It may cost him to verify und fulfill Ills wonl by lila dinil ho will du It Ills honesty la out Pol Icy The time who In lionent inoroly bi canm It Is the best indlcy Is not milly honot he Is only NIC Isu ally such a mnn would forwike lila Mtomlng loyalty to truth nnd would work overtime fur the devil If lie could got Idttor terms Truth meant that which one trow rth or believes It Is living simply nnd Hquurely by our belief It tlh fVlernalUlng of faith III a series of tutloni Truth N over sniig nuns geoiK virile though kindly gentle aim nnd restful There Is n vital dllTer once between error and untrnthfnlness A man may Is In error nnd yet live bravely by It Ho who Is untruthful In Iii life known the truth sat denies It The one Is loyal to what he be lieves the other Is traitor to what he titan who makes tho acquisition of wealth the goal nod ultimatum of Ida life Koclng It us an oust rnther than n menus tn nn end Is tint true Why docs the world usually make wealth the criterion of success unit riches the wynonym of attainment Heal NUcceix In life means the Indl vldunlH conquest of himself It weans how he linn bettered himself not Mow IIIIB he bettered Ida fortune The great question of life Is not Wlmt hart I f but What am IV Mnn U usually loyal to what he most desires The man who lies to save n nickel merely proclaims that he es teems u nickel more than ho does Ids sonar lie who sacrifices Ids IdenU truth amid character for mere money or position Is weighing his conscience In one pun of n scale against n sag of I t WIUllIIIThe tradesman who lies clients lends and overcharges and then seeps to nquure himself with hk nniemle conscience by snylng lying Is nb o lutely necessary In business Is ns untrue In his statement ns he Is In his nets He Justifies himself with the petty defense us the thief who says It Is necessary to ateiil In order to live The perniunent business prosperity of nn Individual n city or n nation rests tlnnlly on commercial Integrity atone despite all that the cynics may slay or nil tho exceptions whose temporary success any mislead them Jt Is truth ulono that hints The politician who Is vacillating j temporizing shifting constantly trim mInI his sails to catch every putt of Wind of popularity Is n trickster who succeeds only until he Is found out A lie many lire for a tine truth for nil time A lie never lives by Its own F vitality It merely continues to exist hivaiiKo It simulates truth When It Is unmasked It dies When oneli of four newspapers In ono city puts forth tlio claim that Its circulation Is larxor than all the oilier lIIIIIIJIIIIIlhrl must IA an error some where Whero there In untruth there Is always eontltct discrepancy IIIIIMH Hlblllty If the truths of lift and experience from the llrst second of time or for soy section of lenity were brought together there would Ile slulonIeach other It Is In the trilllit Rally life that truth should bo our constant guide and Inspiration Truth Is not n dress suit eonsocratei to upeelnl occasions It Is Ihtf shrug well woven durable homo for dally IIiimug Die mini who forgot his promlsus H nntrii We ninly lose sight of those promises mnde to ns for our Individual benefit Theso wo regard ns checks we always seek to mils nt tho earliest mo ment The miser never forgets whom ho hides huts treasure ways one of the old philosophers Ut ns cultivate that sterling honor that holds our word MI supremo so sacred that to forget It would ere m a crime to deny It would be llnportflllilc The who says plitisnnt things nnd makes proinlm which to him nro light ns air but to ROIIIO one else Helm till rock tiiMin which n IlfeV hope Is built Is cruelly mil rue Ho who hoes not regard hula appointment carelessly breaking them or iRiiorlng them Is the thouBlitli islet of anothers time It rorwiN culDiilimms carelessness and lax liiislwi tuoraU It untrue to the Hlmplmt JUAet of life Men who split Imlrs with their cots BCleiKv wlm mlslmd others by duff shriw l phniKlng which may be Isle In letter yet lying In spirit and designed ly iillortHl lo proliiiv n false Impres sion are untruthful In the toast cow artily way Such toots would client even In nlltalro Ilko murderer thy 1111ITlic IMIPIII pmtrbni to rlitld ami rues false statlalloH almut lki rkil4r aiie to niP conductor to ave a nl krl In tad nilITlir man who kiopi Ids rellffhin IIIj itIInn Tho man who has lo slug lulls hloM to Isis contMIcncc iHfon ho himself can slonil Is taut true Ge Chiseled Flattery on Tombstones III WILLIAM GCOPvGE JORDAN Them art more ihMipln In this world liuiiRtirliix for UliulncsH synipntliy nuiirntUiihlii anil lure limn lire hums c rliK fur Immd Wo oftin rofrnln from jjlvliiK a lutirty wonl of Iliwtur nuiUHiit pnilsi or coiiKmtnlntlon tu Homo oriii wluin we niiimilzc that our ft lluKs fin kimwn fur fear ofninliliiK lilm cols eIted or overconfi dent 1t iw tear down tllle dikes of rwwrvo these wiillH of potty niivssion sad let In the 11or our feelings There have IKOII fear nioiuiiiuMiU roar oil to the inoiiiory of those who have tonal In lift Ixcnuso of ovcniraUo Tlioro Is moro clilsclod llattcry on totuli Btoiiprt thou WIIH over liuiird In life by- he dead those HtoncH nuts gnash Man docs not link for flattery ho dlss not IOIIK rill fiilsomo pralxu lie wnnla the lionist rliiKliiK son tot of rocoRiiltlon of what lio huts dune fir npiiroclutlon of what hu Is doing and Hyinpathy with what ho Htrlvlng to do Why Is It that death makes un slid donly consolouH of a hiindrod vlrttios In a iiiaii who Hevmcil coiiiiiionplnco and faulty In life Then we speak as thoiiKti nn angel had boon living In our town for years und we had Buddonly dlHcororul Illus It he could only lust hoard these wont wvlille living If ho could host discounted tho eulogies nt Say even 00 per cent they would have hilts an Inspiration to him wholl weary worn and worried by tho problems of living Hut now tho ears are stilled to sill earthly music and even If they could hoar our praise the words would ho lint useless mctmcniors of love that nun too lisle It Is right to speak well of tho loud to remember their strength nut to forget tholr weakness and to render to their memory the expressions of honor justice love and sorrow that hill our hearts hurt It Is the living over tho Ifrlng that need It toast Tho dead have passed beyond the helpfulness Our wildest cries of agony nod regret bring no answering echo twin tho sir lences of tho unknown Tlioso who are facing the battle of life still seek lug bravely to do and to bo they need our help our companionship our love nil that 11 best In us setter Is thin manliest flower placed In our warm living hands than mountains of roses banked round ollr eaiskethrouu The Tower of Truth Published by linen tacos H CARE OF JEWELRY How lo ricmi and PiilNIi Rold nnd sllvrr Tlio livtilns and taro of Jewelry la n matter that ofliii porplixcH UK woman wbo riiKllilloiiH iiliont till ilotntlrt of her liillct iiiul her house says the Xiw York Trllium rullmvlng nrf wmio ill rootloiiH null fiiriiitiriiK Unit will lie tOlllulI iixcmilnxly valnulili They were furnished tlirmiKli the courtesy of Wlllliuu T Lewis of the Imctlffll Jeweler null Oitlclm 111111 rill III the IliiuiliiK f illniiioiiil Jewelry Mr Lewis sways Klrnl wasli iHlirlllO Illlll III CSlHtlll1 WHIP Illll- livntiT to wlilrli a Illtlu aiiiiiiiiulM liax hwii milled Uliipc III Iliiir will IT dli In alcohol stud dry on jewelers cnv iliixt TlilH torso n la hold for all Jew elry IontiilnliiK procloiiH shows other tliiiu pPiirlN If tin gold has lost Its luster tliroiiKh usage or N taniltdied wniii further treatment In nefenwiry how ever Malic a dilution out of a imirl of water nod mi ounce of cynnlilc of IKIIIIIIIIII tad dip the Jewelry III It Theo rinse In clear wntur nod proceed us before from thlx point A woisl ol caution rccunlliiK the use of this twin lion niiiKt Ill lidded Cyanide of putns Hluin In a deadly JlOIOIl Too iniieh isire therefore eiinntit he exercised III Its use and the moment the clonnslnu pnH4s Is completed It should lxj thrown out rlllIlrlIKJIIhhlli piiinllty of jewelers rouge 11ns4olt the roiiKe with wrap mntll and wa ter then rinse In clear water tills In alcohol and dry In Jewelers sawdust Iearl Jewelry may be cleaned In the SHIIIO immiier an that colitis luliig dla inomK except that the benzine liiith must be omitted and all the operitlona trust bo performed very ipiloUly an bawds are often wminted In place and fluids hnve a tendency to soften the cement henco the need tar spud Tlic ruts given IIKIVI rill the clean lug of Kold iippllos to nil sorts of gull and silver trtidiets It Is or ought to- Is needless lo add watcher are nut to bofubjevtod to this Iwitiniiit HIMT tii Cliirlfy Simnr- Ilrwik the sugar Into n supper pan nod to ewes Kiund nllow two tflls if witter flan cm the store slid crnd uallr allow It to boil inrrfnlly if stove the atom us It naps IHIW throw III mi Nddltloiint half pint of water and allow It to boll agony Skim very thoroughly Iliad Mmlii IIi rutlgbs inusllii Hun til Mil Meal A clam cherry ml dlftlnsiilsheM beef Pnss It with the tinker HiHl It It risen quickly It Is a sigh of fruiilUKM Should the dent remain or else slowly the nient Is Inferior Should the pleat KllpM ry In surface or con lain tiny giwiiluli lists do nut buy ft at tiny price Lamb nnd mutton ought to Ile a bright reel anti veiil line crplned Stud pink In color the tilt white and rh sr The llmh of fat anlnmls Ismore tender timid Juicy Own that of lea ii ones IMXIIIIB the latter contains a gutter nnmuut of water III proportion to the fibrin ullmiiuii and gelatin The most expensive entH are obtained from those parts of the animal where the muscles are but little used nod the unit Is ac cordingly lino grained anil tender How to halloo Yunr Conl Most jieople start buttoning their lOt from the tap which Is the wrong way nnd must more or less pull tho stint out of shape The majority of women too dont know that a new coat should al ways be worn buttoned the llrst few times of wearing so that tho collar play ct properly llnw to Tnkr Curr of n Vnlcli Alwnys wind Iii n watch us nearly ns possible at the same time every tiny nnd do It as smoothly as possible to scold sudden Jerks Most watches strut now made keyless lint If n key has to bo used It should be kept perfectly clean and tree from grit or Hue ways mi exchange If n watch Is hung up It unlit lore souse support nt the back nnd If laid horizontally It Is well to place some soft Milwtancu under It for IhoIdulous motion of till watch stud cause much variation In time The watch pocket must bo kept ns free Trout dust and nap ns possible How tn Clriiu lnt fC llnrellrB To clean lace collarettes whether coarse or tine lay the collar on n largo nheet of whit paper on the table Sprinkle tlilcMf with dry Ilea Hub this well tn with thin lingers Leave it on for fifteen minutes then shaky well anti brush off with a soft brush How to Mnkc KiiKllili lend Vlr The veal and huh pre which Is n common English dish should bt better known here The hone end of n pkee of veal is titowcd till the went Is tender with an lllnallllllllnlllllt smoked ham Take out the bone strain the stock nnd separate tho veal and ham pieces Cut each In strips nnd lay In alternate lay ers hi a deep baking dish Season cot er with the clear stock and finish the dish with n flaky crust that will bake quickly The dish Is eaten cold and when cut like any pie It will be found that the mesa Is set In n delicious Jelly How tii llpvlve lllnck Clillli- To revive black cloth rust It with this solution nnd It will be restored to Its orlglnnl blackness loll together fur two hours halt n pound of bruised galls n pound of logwood n quarter of n pound of green vitriol and three quarts of wnter lluw tu Slmriirn CurTliiir Kulvri When knives ami earverujireliliint rub them n cross III troulmpn Brown rnrthunwnru dish rough niuTyou will obtain a good tnlgc l St Louis Worlds Fair Notes Educators Interested During the past week fortyoighi KenttwkyExhihit Kge nt Lexington represented the mibicriptiori of twenlrlwo memberi of the College faculty and six mom here of tho experiment station stall to the fund of thu Association Dr W 0 Frcst of IJcroa College has eon tributed 25 For Agricultural Exhibit Tho Kentucky Exhibit Afsociatior has received 1200 from thuStaln Do pnrtiiHMit of Agriculture for use in collecting the exhibits of agriculture mid horticulture The Kentucky Live Stuck Breeders Association IIIIH sent in 2r 0 to help ulllkII good livestock dinplny nt St Louis Other AsFocin tioiiH sire expected toconlributo largo It THE MARKETS I4 IlttlOkTII kY n NOUMAN A CINCINNATI Nr CATLTE l5mnlOn12i5 BIO t BIItchit rs125 i Tii Shippors 110 W 49- 0CALiivChoice500 flj fino II Large ComuioniJr fa 15- 0MonsCoutmou175 y fiii Fair good light tf 15 g 7 Oi Packing 000 fi 07C SHEEP Good to choice 125 ft Hill Common to fair ilOO Jlfl LAllHsOootltochoico fi85 tt 0 iiTi Coininou to fairl 00 M 57r ViiEATNo2Ked 54 7j Cons IG I oJ1 OATsNo 2 mixed Itl 3U UTBNO 2 Iii hs3 Ffonn Winter patent I MILL FKKD Family si fancy nfiiiit 1IATNorI io2 TittlotllyIG No Clover l to No 2 10M rg 1100 POOLTRT Yoking chickens If 104lloostarsTurkey 10 Ducks 10 Eons Fiesh near by 1lk Ihl1Fs WIt salted i No dry salt 4 Hull 7 Sinop skins 50 70 TAUOW Iritnocity 0 Jit Country 5J 5 The Gtna Recent xpuriment by practical tostH an examination with thll aid of the X Rays establish it nil a fact that Catarrh of the Stomach is not a dis ease of itself but that it results from repeatcdattacknofindigestion How din I Curo My Indigestion f Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is curing thousands It willcure you of indigestion and dyspepsia and prevent or cure Gar tarrh of the Stomach Kodo digests what you oat makes tho stomach sweet Sold by East End Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM Beroa College tins secured market for homespun and homo woven goofs such nsy bed coverlids linen dress liusoy jeans blankets etc at follow ing prices Coverlids 4 to ffij Linen 40 to 50 cents a yard Dress Linsoy 50 cents a yard Jonas 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes 3 a pair White linsey and white blankets sure not in demand ouly on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2J yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to soil cover lids or homespun to Bert College should timid 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 Prom u Cnt Nrrnlcli On the aura to the worst sort ofn burn sore or boil DeWitts hazel Salve is a quick euro In buying Witch Hazel Salvo bo particular to got DeWitts this is tho salvo that heals without leaving a scar A spe cific for blind bleeding itching nod protruding piles Sold by East Eud Drug Co- Telephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer r Berea College 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young men nnd Domestic Science for young Ladies lrn11 SchoolH Crrpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years countyCertificateAcademy Course Four years fitting for College for business and for life Colcfjo OourflOH Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalauremute degrees TheoryIa Christian edit incidental fee poyforbrought wIthin t24 00 about 15 to ho paid in advance Tint School is endorsed by Baptiste Christians Disciples Congregation filial Mothodisb Probytorians and good people of all denominations For mid address she WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky PATTERNS 1 IFashion Sheets There are no failures wheniButterick Patterns are Home andipublished The Delineator 15c a BICKNELL EARLY Berea KyiJII wWJ fflL5cffit JriJ J7 AN ACCIDENT MAY HAPPEN TO YOU sure for sat ever it it for use after and 100 r NO 188 u u rHl Dentistry University tICentral Avenue anti Court St 0 Founded Free used The best copy I i So always keep in your home office shop factory a bottle of paricamphFIRST The only quick relieving and healing remedy Burns Cuts Bruises Swellings Inflammations and all hurts Paracarnph will give you more isfaction than any external remedy you used If fails money will be refunded So try Excellent for Chapped Hands and Shaving At aU Drecifcts Cie BottlesIs For sale by S E WELCH Druggist iI IRichmond of of t Richmond Ky LONG DISTANCE PHONE Plants Cut Flowers and Designs ALBERT REICHSPFARR Prop Ohio College of Dental Surgery Department Cincinnati Cincinnati Fashion Magazine and your This College was organized in ISm and the f 8Ui Annual Session begins about October 1903 Three sessions of seven mouths each are required for graduation This is tho first Dental College established in the West It is coeducational and has a teaching corps of twenty in structors Its buildings are modern and well adapted to the requirements of modern dental Optioualtion are also given J3fFor further information and announce ment address H H SMITH D D S Dean lit Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio it r r THE CITIZEN LOCAL AND PERSONAL f 4 I ANNMNNNNNNHIL Louisvillo las week on business State Senator Geo F Farris or Lon castor was a visitor in Horeo Tuesday Mrs A H McFarlaudof Kockoastl Co was n visitor in Boron this week Caleb Todd wns baptized in Silver Creek Sunday at 3 p in by Dr Bur gessMrs G F Spencer loft Monday for a three weeks visit with her sister at Cumberland Gap Tenn C C Coylo and bride left last week for Franklin Ky where they will wake their home for the present Mr Casper Williams a popular and successful lawyer of Mt Vernon was in Berea Saturday on legal business Rev J Robert Boatman of Lexington who is making a study of tho forests in this vicinity preached at the Glnde Christiau Church Sunday Mrs George T Johnson and flies Cis Gudd of Wildio were guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Coyle the first of this week- J J Brauuaman was confined tot his room a portion of last week threatened with rover but is attend ing to his usual duties this week Mrs S B Cowgill who has been making a tour through the South stripped oft hero Friday for a weeks visit with her daughter Miss Jesse CowgillChandler School Glee Club of Lox ington will givo a concert Friday nightatthoTabernBcle TheClubwill be assisted by James A Myers tenor andreador of the famous Fisk Jubilee singers Admission loc Children lOc A large crowd of students and towns people from here attended the Commencement of the Colored High l School at Richmond Friday night Rev Joshua H Jones D D President of Wilberforce University gave the address and it is reported to have been of the highest order The exer cises were highly commendable Mr H S Clark father of Miss Grace Clark of this place died Fri day morning at his home on Clear Creoktal the age of 78 years Mr Clark was a native pf New York State but came to Kentucky to live in the spring of 1899 Mrs E Fi Dizney is a niece of the deceased The re mains were taken to Climax Saturday where the burial took place At their last business meeting the Berea Baptist Church called the Rev- t Mr Shouso as pastor It is undor stood that Rev Sh use will accept the call He has been far some time prin- cipalj of the Baptist school at London Kentucky and is a man of good judg ment and scholary attainments The Church is to be congratulated Early Saturday morning at their room in Cincinnati 0 John Henry killed Will Easloy by stabbing him in the neck Tho boys got into a quar rel over the closing of a door land the killing was the result Both wore formerly of this place Easley was tho son of Eliza Easley and the remains were buried hero Tuesday Henry is still at large Miss Jane Addams one of the most distinguished women in America came to Berea yesterday and was tendered a reception last night at the homo of Prof H M Jones Sh speaks today at the Tabernacle at 915 a m Miss Addams is at the head of Hull House Chicago which is doubtless the oldest and inmost cole brated social settlement in America She is also a celebrated lecturer and writerThe Berea College baseball team was defeated by tho Georgetown team at Georgetown last Saturday in a hotly contested game by a scorn of 5 to 2 Up to tho seventh inning I Qeorgetowu had made but one hit and one run oil Ramsey but in their half of the seventh Georgetown made four hits and four runs winning the gamo The Berea boys are loud in praise of their treatment by the Georgetown team Iimlnss tt S 4 li 8 9K Here 000000200 2 Georgetown 0000101 0 xr Struckout by Ramsey 10 by Browning 12 Base ou Balls off Ramsey off Browning 2 Stolen bases Berea 0 Georgetown G Base hits Burea 10 Georgetown 11 Umpires L A Davis and J W McMeokiu Jr- COLLEGE ITEMS The exhibition given by the Model Schools at tho Tabernacle on Monday night ns usual drew a largo audience A very creditable showing was made On Monday night President and Mrs Frost assisted by Miss Volch gave a reception to the Collegiate students at their homo A delightful hndtThe baseball team will cross bats Saturday wijh a team from the Ken Lucky School for the Door ntDnnvillB The K S D toniu is much stronger then last year and a splendid game is promisedA of persons wore much alarmed yesterday by tho immense amount of smoke which was skyward from the vicinity goingI brickyard thinking that the brick plant was going up in smoke A telephone call to Supt Clark however brought us the assurance that they wore simply burning a kiln of brick Rev Joshua II Jams D D Pres ident of Wilberforco University in Ohio with Prof Russell a former Bo ran student now Principal of tho Col ored Schools at Richmond Ky were visitors hero from Saturday until Monday Dr Jones preached an eloquuut and soulstirring sermon at tho Tab ernacle Sunday night and gave a very helpful talk to the students on Monday morning The closing recital of the Muslo do partmontofBorea College given Tuesday night at the Parish House reflects grunt credit upon the conscientious accuracy and elliciencr of Prof ard Mrs Lodwiok Selections from thus Classic Music of Mozart Kubeustein Mendelssohn and others weio render ed with great precision and spirit The songs were artistic Hoiunrku prefatory to each number by Prof Lodwick added much A large audi once listened throughout with marked interest NNNNHN NNNN- I 1 CORRESPONDENCE i N NN NN NNINNNNN NNNNNN ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY J K Mareto is visiting relatives boroH Yautz of this place is very sickat Brodhead His friends think his recovery is doubtful B n Bolt eraon of heron was here Friday load ing logsMrs Shockley of Boron visited relatives hero this weokG N Jones wont to Richmond this week on businessB Northcut ol Nioholnsville is here on business this weokThe Democratic primary passed off quietly Saturday but n light vote being polledJohn Blazier of Scaffold Cane was hero Saturday A roll steor belonging to Dr Lewis was killed by the train hero Vednes day nightJ J Wood sold toll Chenault G head of young cattle weighing 1100 pounds for ISO Farmers are doing lots of worksince the rains some laud however is get ting very dry and hard to plowI Row J F Phelps preached at time schoolhouse here Friday nightA- T Stewart Vm Fiah W H Jones and E Sexton wore hero from Wildio to participate in the election ROCKFORD Thero was preaching at the Clear Creek Baptist Church Saturday and SundnvJ W Todd wont to Gar rod last weakI L Martin and wife visited Rev J W Lambert and wife last week Mrs J W Cope is visit ing Mrs J F SimsMr Frank Jones visited relatives in Boron Sat urday and Sunday Master John Stephens called on Hugh Linvilln SundayMrs W R Stephens andI Mr and Mrs W II Stephens were in Berea SaturdayMr MAjor lost his flume calf Joo last woekMr TC Holt and wife will leave for Hamilton Ohio this week Look out girls Squire J M Reynolds says ho la go iug to get Bins a cook now 1 L Martin wont to Brush Creek Monday VALLEY VIEW Born to Mr and Mrs David Per kips nfine girl Ban Davidson has loft Valloyview and gone to Rookiiastle county to work for his brother Brent Your correspondent swapped hors es last week Jambs Carr wont to London last week to visit his sick daughter who is improving Potto Hayes was in our town last wook Tho Government has started work n gain on the lock Iud dam at this place Francis Howard has bought hig wife n now sowing machinoOn Saturday Urwiu Turner hnda fine hog oripplod by n passing train The colored boys enjoyed a line game of baseball yesterdayLyonsWilsoah- ave purchased a flue horse with which to deliver goodsN A1Jur key is slowly improving Pearl Rho dus and Mollio Sours were married in Nioholasvillo last weekRov Brooks is in Lexington today on business Mat Bamb and wife went to Silver i t n Creek Sunday to visit thoir dtuightbi Mrs IongBy tho brooking town of ono of tho largo saw mills hero men nro thrown out of employment for n few days BOONE Rev J W Lambert of this pluro wont to Son Hold Cane Monday to we hues mother who is very sick nnd not pxpectpd to live Mm Rosa Grunt mind baby RliiQjc of Boron visited hor parents Mr and Mrs John Wrsn of this place Saturday and Sunday Mrs Nnnuio Lambert and two little reimiItivosdayFartncrs are v ry busy planting coruHov1 F Phelps of Carters villo filled his uppoiutinont at Fair view Saturday and Sunday The funeral sermon of John Owens was preachedat FnirviowSunday by Revs Phelps Lambert wad King A huge crowd was present Mrs Chassis Martin of Roekfoul visited her sit ter Mrs Etta Lambert of this place last weekMrs Ida Wron unit Mrs Annie Poynter visititfd Mrs Etta Lambert Suoduy 3lr Henry John soil is visiting Mr and Mrs M M Sims Miss Hattie Bush visited Mrs Kllun Lambert last Thursday Mrs Martha lAmbert nntl children vinitixl hor father P Kill well Sunday DEE LICK Uncle Jones Cummins isoonvnloec iugEldor J L Davis flllwl his ap pointment at the chiiruh of Christ Providence Sunday11 D Cum minsot Louisville is with his wrmiln Mr and Mrs JOUIH Cummins of this plncoIttl Eugene Suoggruss wife and little daughter of Lexington IIrtI visiting the farmers mother Margaret Collinr GarfieUl leano of IIchoollhtlroof near Mt Vernon sprat Iiswf k with her son Dr D B Southard Mrs H G Suttou who huts IJeotl sick for some time is rep rtedbetlerMrs Pattie Perkins who sold hur farm some timosinoe will snake her future home rut Eubnnks Morris M Porkiua of Crumb Orchard was in this section last weekA letter from E 0 Goorh who is traveling in eastern Kentucky says he will be at hound in tim near fnturcNioholas McKenzie ia wjlow with heart trouble MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Th memorial noivices of Revs T J Johnson and E 1 Auilerson will be held at the Plymouth Baptist church Sunday afternoon nt two oclock Rev R Butter will conduct them Mte Estella B Jones teacher in the city tchbol of Louisvillevisie Miss Julia Young Saturday and Sun doyfr Abe Stewart whoso critical illness was mentioned in last issue died last weekMiss Florence Stew arlof Willmingtou O is visiting her sister Mrs Luella Harrington of Forest AvtlTho Rebeka Lodge of the U B F Order will hnvothair annual sermon pro chud Sunday afternoon at Scott Cbappl M E church MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Mr George Carter of Blue Lick hits moved to his farm near Carters villeMr Palistino Ballard who lute boon very sick with bilious fever is slowly improving Farmers in this locality are very busy planting corn Misers Lucy and Sallie Cado were the guests of Miss Bottio Elkin Mon daylIr Grant Abrams of Big Hill was tho guest of Ebb Brocknmu Wednesday night Miss Xannio Gabbard has gono to Hammack to nurse Mrs WoodllA number of young pooplo visited Misses Lucy and Sallie Cado Friday night and had a delightful timuMr and Mrs Tom Kinnard of lierea wore the guests of Mr and Mrs Warren Elkin Saturday und SundayMr GibbGaffuoy and fain ily who moved to Lowol in tho winter have moved back homo GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE Very few formers are done brenk ing corn landMr J B Carter and wifo mire in Louisville for a few days Mrs Tom Green visited her sister Mrs B F Lear of Pt Lick ono night last week Walter Hammackand sister of Pt Lick visited their parents Sunday Walter is improving slowly Mrs Mary Hammack is very poorly Married by Rev F P Bryant May 6 Mr Leslie Mason and Ninnie Kuy kendul Wo wish thorn n happy journey through lifoDied May 3 of bilious fever Daniel Royston lIe loaves a wife and five small children to mourn his lossWo were glad to see Mrs W1J Wolls able to ho at church Sunday She is very Ceo hI- eyotUr Rodwine is talkingof plant fag several earns of henna JACKSON COUNTY KERRY KNOB A party of sixteen studootH oliitp craned by Miwi Bong oamo out from Beroa to visit the Hiuos loot Satur dayMr and Mrs Ram leases took dinner at Mm Jsaacn sister h8i W J Duugherty Rav rotIlhfd at thn atfhool louse 1hOUI1ORItt to Bema lest Sntnrdny mind Park1hobusiness at that place The tho Jim had tried some vain o ease him his belt And filled his with now cant him For has made him Jim ForceA Toe to Indigestion summer I have bAtl- In take monks hilt now I Foiw urn xwl IIa alccp It builds up SMI0 s cad In plea wit In ear and to to twit rmtiun Mas KTW IV Dow t 1V3 LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE- RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Nov 1902 IMllyLoaveArrive Richmond 3 M m Arrive Pnrfet 605 n m Arrive Cincinnati n in HiilljrLCIIVUArrive Richmond 1210 a in Arrive Parts 3 IS p in Arrive Clnninnnti I 00 pm UMlljrLOAVOArrive Livaugeton2r IS p m HotlyLonvuArrive Livingston 12 30 in No HIM No 6 make eon nection Rt Livingston for Jellioo and tho 0 amid No 27 J Stephens Ticket Agent IE LOYAL TEMPERANCE protnlw to try my host Novor to drink anything that arum mak mo drunk 2 Newer to two tobacco or uignrcttofl U Never to use had words following nro the unities of those who aignud above tompor mice pledg in M V Roberts sohool at Major Owalpy county Ky Cheater tiny Luther Hamilton Levi Bowman Klora Swlo Pearl Siwto Mary Wlllio Ray Cassia SlRlo Mattio Hay 1nura Ray Willlo Bomnan Hit tanl Kay Robert Long John Wilson Coin Swilo Dumps time in an nflcrdlancr pain Which gnawed at below world Indigo Dyspepsia bother Force Sunny Every ute cnJKTlnK me rrattul 780 Trains South LEGION- I gives work to weal digestions antI supplies the energy WE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIER CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works C F IIHIQINS Prop J J j3ttannaman WelllIIILCtcd took of Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Navcn Laundry THINGS WHICH YOU OFTEN BUyI llclLouorBovolopesToilet axle Iockot kll GoodsUnzoraDrugs and Patent Fruits and Caudiuc- Medicino Breakfast Fouls Ice Croam Soda Groceries Tho best place to buy thorn ih time EAST END DRUG CO WAIT FOR THE WAGON t And if it is a STUDEBAKER I We can all rido This is tho highest priced road wagon built yet with all its excellent qualities and high grade finish wo sell them as low as others offer tho common It is on suet goods the STUDBBAKKIl Wugon OLiVER Plows OBELISK Flour and BANN13K Paint wo got our big business Respectfully S Eta WELCH JR tit t FI14x t 7A Regal Shoes Wittoh nnd clock repairing urn tho ciiltiiH of Willlnnm whop Agency Laundry Take nil your troiihloti to him Work guaranteed 4 REASONS Why 4 Mrs A T Fish rain bust plenum you in MILLINERY AND NOTIONS Largest Stock 2 lowest 1rlets U Ixmgttst ICx lori 71Io I test Stylus perfbnnlly eoliolod in tho host mnrket Now York City COR MAIN AND CRNTKH STe But 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