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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r 9t- xJ JAMES M Indepeadeat Weekly Editor and RACERT CAnDevoted Interests to of the fern al the Po frat HE HOME 50 CENTS FARM A YEAR SCHOOL I JVOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 21 1903 Fifty cents a year NO 48InuIDEAS Ideas overloaded with words seldom travel far or long A siiggwitiou in often more eirpotivn Inn nn argument Thu fitrength of man inuruitHcvi ivilh 1 t the knoxvh dgu of hie wmikntvui To scold people when limy innko confessions m thuway to Jlrt t hum from coiifeiwitig again TAKE NOTIC- ECommencement uutl llonic 1111111 Ill I r Iuiiu 51 The Fluid Day contend begin this morning prompt v at oclock at t ho fair grounds Tunnih mulch Him af ternoon at 2JM Ilnrva vHQnorgutown ou thu College campim Prof L V Dodgn will prenclj the Memorial sermon in hit Taliunwcle next Sunday May 24IIt 11111 The I various churches will iinito with till O A It in thin wuvice FROM THE WIDE WORLD It in reported thut MX JOWH have fawn killed recently in Ituwtia Time Chill Hollvin South America boundary dispute IN sell to tutu nettled by peaceable heutJI tnI The AlbnniuiiH it in dtxlnrtd Coimtauliuoplt have nnnonncisl their Biiliniiiwiou In the Turks Tho Czar of Ittmnin dminUflcd tho Governor of KinliinolT the saint of the recent imviHiicru of Jews Rpworth Ixiigiirt throughout UIH world Sunday celebrated till four teenth BiiniviirHarr till organization by appropriitto services IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Almost tlm entire Stnle of Montana comtxl with Know trout two lo ten indiea dwp rlIpractically nuriounded m J New Orleans Itltftdy and waiting for the opening of thu thirtcHuth an nual reunion of Confederate veterans A new oil and gan concern to in clude ftixteun compankw in Indiana Ohio and 1eniiHylTHiiin will Iw incor porated fii PennHylrania ftt once with a capital of WOOOOOO The heroin emit bronzo statue of President McKinley by till sculptor AiiKtiHtm Lukeman in now on exhi bition in New York city It will b- eJunveiled at Adam Mann May 30 Time importation of iron and hteel J 1 for thu mouth of March amounted to r N000000 an agalrwt 52000010 for March 1002 and for lime Winn months ending with March to 18000003 nn against llJOOOOOO for time Hnnio rw vial of thin previous year Tin Unit ed States is now tho largest producer of pig iron III the world her output Iwiug morn than equal to that of the United Kingdom and Germany com illtJIIICOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Gas was struck at Lancaster in a well being drilled for water X The Lexington Pnblio Library has ordered f1000 worth of now looks Alexander Isaac a cooper at the t Hume barrel factory Richmond had three lingers cut ofT by a saw r Twelve hundred and fifty dollars has Iwen mibbcribod for the erection of a new Catholic Church at Millere burg Judge Redwino culls a special term of court lor May 2i at Jackson toiuv atigatatha recent ammiiinatioui in BrealhlttlOuuty The State Encampment of the vet i raus of the Oraud Army of the Re pitbliu waaheld in Louisville Tnemlay nnd Wednesday of this week i James Morritt of LouiHvIllo a coop r employed at the Hume Cooperage Works at Richmoad was struck bJ8 e Quiavillo and Nashville train and so bully injured that he may die Mrs J B Marcum IIOH naked Oov I Hockham for a special judge sheriff mid attorney for the trial of Curtis 1Iglt188110sslnIL Deputy Marshal MulliiiR and Col VI ptor Short made n raid on a moon shine still at Disputanta Rockcastle j i unty and captured time plant and J the alleged proprietor J Croucher Capt Wui J Norton of Louisville Acronlta vi r urn at his birthplace KiiBtwlville t rJt 1 IiItiuI PRES FROST STANDS UP FOR THE MOUNTAINEER He Contradicts Senator Blackburn Time following communication watt recently piihlinhed in the Jto lim Jrser11l relating the conversation of Senator Blackburn touching time mountaineer of Kentucky Presi dent Frost imnifdiatnly wroto theM ter which follows to time TfatiRcrlpt We publish both commiiuicatioiiH in full nnd nHHiiro our readers that the mountain pi ople shall not Iw misrep resented without having Homuthing Maid on their side- Blackburns Statement Washington May 8 Senator Black burn of Kentucky talked freely yes lerday of time situation in Drcmt itt county whore attorney J B Marcum was asHussiuated several days ago lie said that lawlessness in Kentucky was confined to the mountains of thu State where thu moot incomprehensi hlo people in thu world live They are nearly all illiterate half starved and almost naked said tlm senator yet they are tho most hos pitable t x oplo to be found anywhere They arm ii irl eaters and quarrelsome Mummy of their feuds are of a hundred years standing and I do not believe it xxssiblo to stop their fighting no long an the people continue to live They have a peculiar code of honor They never molest a woman nor will they shoot au enemy accompanied by a woman or a child For seventy days Manurn was able to protect hiuiHcIf by simply being accompanied by a woman or a child But they wore de termined to get him and waited their chancre These mountaineera never shoot you except in the back They always shoot from the bushes and never give a man a chance for his life In their way they aro honest A stronger may stop with thou in the meanest hovel and never have any four of being robbed The mountaineer will lie on the dirt floor and give his bed to the stranger Ho will di yule his food with him and will be in sulted if offered any money for his hospitality yet for fii he would not hmitalu to seize his tulle and hide in the hunhet und shoot the first man who came along There have loon various theories advanced to account for the peculiar nature of those people and one is limit many years ago all the escaped convicts frown time adjoining status fled into the mountains of Kentucky lor refuge and their descendants urenow raising the devil It is born iu them and nothing cau eradicate it I doubt whether the men who killed Marcum will ever be arrested and tried Hilt he is a marked man and sooner or later ho will be shot in the sauna way that Murviim was Frosts II 1908 Mn EiwAim H CLCUKNT Boston lassMy dour Mr ClemeutSome one sends me n clipping from Iho 7Viin ficrlpt of May 8 containing report of Senator Blackburns talk regarding thu Kentucky mountaineers Isin cerely hope the Senator has beenlnia reported but thostaUmieuts attribut ed to him are somotiuios heard from tho lips of Southern men The fact is there is a longstanding antipathy between tho oxslaveholders of the South and time mountain people who owned land but did not own RIo cud who as a class stood for the Un ion Some of tho old slaveholders have always been unable t appreciate the condition of their humbler and disadvantaged neighbors white or colored aunt have been sincere disbe hovers in the doctrine of the iuipror utility of Ulan I hope Senator Blackburn did not say that the mountaineer does not shoot oxcept in the back8ml that for fti5 ho will hide In the bushes and shoot the first man who comes along I hope he did not say that the escaped convicts from adjoining States fled into the mountains of Ken tucky for refuge But there are some Southern people who say thesq things and I wish to contradict them The mountain people have their pro portion of toughs and desperadoes The mountain people like people of Senator Blackburns own class are much addicted to carrying weapons and avenging personalinsults instead of appealing to the law This is a relic of feudalism which is too com mon among all classes in t o Southern States The mountaineer with X less culture end opportunities shows a larger percentage of criminality but where ho hiss had advantages he re Stands with surprising alacrity Out of those people whom the Senator is reported as describing as having the devil born In them which nothing can eradicate Bores College is making good American citizens who will he a credit to theirState and a strength to the republic It is as unfair that the whole mountain population should be judged by desperadoes in Breath itt county as it would be to judge the people of Minnesota by time ollieials of MmumeupoltM With all good wishes Faithfully yours Ww GOODEIL FROST GOOD TIMES FOR THE COWS The village council met on Satur day night uud considered the great petition for keeping the cows off the street and unanimously passed an ordinance which arranges for keeping crows confined in thlame way as swine have been confined during re cent years This ordinance however does not go into effect for a mouth and the few people whose cattle are still at large will have due time to provide pasture Time consideration of this cow law has revealed some any prising cowardice and two facedncas on the part of a few persona hid on the whole it has been conducted with good nature and time sentiment in taking this new step of progress is as nearly unanimous as that of any ru form All honor to the ladies who have led BoreR to protect its health reputation and comfort THE LOYAL TEMPERANCE LEGION- I promise to try my best Never to drink anything that can make me drunk 2 Never to use tobacco or cigarettes n Never to use bad words The following ore the names of those who signed the above temperance pledge in ore Titusa school Berea Madison county Ky Cornay Dewitt Joella Bess Honor Digga Reins Dewitt Phoebe J Walker Raymond Carter Oracle Diggs Alvin L Mitchel Gertrude AlcUaiti Luther A Rico Herman Kennedy Prince E Moran Julia Gr Moran Mary Walker Julia Good loo Harriet Martin Bossie Galloway Gurtdu Glascoe Sarah Goodloe Alexander Bess Churley Clarke Laura Holemau FUN AND FACTS A 1rlvnt Naie- I will sell at my house iu rear of Baptist church at private sale small cook stove 4 airtight wood heating stoves bicycle treat Iiilrrrtt Mnitirntrd Our readers are following the story of Jim Dumps as told iu the Force adon last page with much interest A new verse each week T A Robinson Richmond Ky has employed an expert watchmaker Work sent in by mail will receive prompt attention The Giraffe Just my tough luck Invited to another swell bull and eti quette demands that you appear with a low neck That which people sow they shall also reap does not always apply to the pictures ou the sued packages WASTED Yooxo HEX to prepare for Government Positions Fine Openings- in all Departments Good Salaries Rapid Promotion Examinations soon Particulars free- InterStato Cor Innt Cedar Rapids la Which k time ugliest hoodover worn Falsehood Force 10a at Welchs Obelisk on Flour is sumo as sterling on ailvtr Who is the most popular man of letters in the country The postman The trades uf the Italy Every seven days the blood mus cles and bones ofa nn of average size loses two pounds of wornout tis sues This waste cannot be replen strengthkeptthe stomach and digestive or gene fail to perform their functions the strength lets down health gives way and disease sets up Kodol Dye pepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimi late all of the wholesome food that be eaten into the kind of i blood protoollltheand body Kodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles hyJfUtt lr1 J THE EYES OF MEN AND WOMEN- are simitar iu all respects Their con dition mind requirements when exam ined are generally very different Thin is by difference in work mud temperament LASSES to stilt those conditions avid require meats are Hilda and supplied here Teats made by skilful opticians with modern scientific instruments put us in possession of information which ullblM us to furnish just the right eyesPiees T Ae Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond K- yMONUMENTS Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and Marble Work of all kinds done IU8 workmanlike manner at rea sonable pricau and with dispatch Allwork guaranteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner nl Malts and CoUliin Streets DR M E JONES Dentist Office Over Printing officeI Office Days Wednesday to end of the week- GARNET HOTEL Newly Fittcdup Peals Board and pricesSocoud 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 f rw NNNN DONT SAY MUCH Id Iddddddd tdddddddddddd F HtltloItlI Htltltl1 YIt DO YOUR COAT FRONTS I BREAK IN UGLY WRINKLES I Then try a STEIN ILOCH or KIRSCHIAUM Handmade SUIt A piece of fine hair cloth is worked into the inside of each coat toholtlperfectpaddedslmotuldersliars to fit you perfectly no matter what your build Prices are 1250 1500 and 1800 tkindII Covington a Banks OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS I IoIIIhITTTTJTTTt SUBSCRIBE FOR Nl1NN KentuckyI 11The Citizens Iu FIFTY CENTS A YEAR N M t f fafN N Madison County Roller Mills dddddddddd Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc i Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be i beatI Excellent Flour Hdddddddd Potts Duerson I r Whites Station K- yTHEODORE I JR SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Day Phone 73 Night Phone 66 N N tltI t I I will stand my registered I Duroc Jersey Roar at my home in Berea Ky for the spring season of 1903 at BO cents payable at time of service This boar is a very fine hog gave entire satisfaction during the past season and la endorsed by some of the best breeders in the county and has served in the herd of J W Herndou J M EARLY IH nHIf Its From Joplins GoodIon hand We invite our Berea friends to make themselves at home at JOPLINS when in Richmond CARPETS and MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY 47 JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky 1 tNNN OUR PRICES ALKl I Come see and he convinced that your money will buy more and better goods at the Hustling Cash than elsewhere In addition to our already complete stock of 1Store Spring Dress Goods White Goods Ginghams etc adding daily new things in Lawns Allover Embroideries Laces Ribbons etc Ladies are especially invited to call and see them SEE our beautiful line of Girpols Mattings and Itugs The largest assortment and best values shown in the city SEE our line of Trunks Telescopes and Valises SEE our Mon Women and Children Shoes at all price and the best you can buy for time money SEE our Men mud Boys Wool Fur and Straw Hats in all the latest shapes at prices to suit all If you want clothes that fit if you want clothes that wear If you want a suit for yourself or boy and want time Best Clothing at the Lowest Price DONT FAIL to inspect our stock before buying Orders taken for tailormade suits and fit guar I ante d Only a look and vouwill be assured that we can save you money 1 i LACKEY HAMILTONCORN- ERI MAIN AND FIRST STREETS RICHMOND KY NNNNBNNMNNNNN NNNNNM- r i r u n n p w THE CITIZEN THE HOME A CURE FOR TROUBLE Trouble It looting lor N rac one to trouble Who will partake of hit worrisome warts Where will he tarry and whom shall he harry At morning midnight with till burden of card They who he hands that are Idle and empty They without purpow to bullJ and to bleu They who Invite him wltlneowliUjntiltllghthln Are they who hall lu trtM- Trouble li looking for rome one to trouble Ill tell you how all hit plus to eclipse VhenliedrauinearyoubeHirelieihallliearyou Aworklng away with a song on your lire Iook at him squarely and laugh at his coming W Say you arc busy and bid him depart J lie will not lease you to stay It he sees you Have tasks In your hands and a hope lu your heart11 Trouble li looking for tome one to trouble I shall not listen to aught he may uy Out ul llfci duty shall blossom In beauty A grace and II glory to gladden the way I shall hue faith In the gifts of the Giver I shall be true to my purpose and plan Oood cheer abounding and love allsurrounding I shall keep building the best that I can NIXON WATERMAN SEWING OX BUTTONS Tie a knot in one end of your thread using a coarse threadand start the needledowu through the material from the upper side to conceal the knot tinder the button Place the center of your button on the material above the knot which should be a half inch from the edge of the materiai Place a pin across the top of the button over which to pass the thread Sew until the holes of the button are fill ed then remove the pin which will loosen the stitches Put the needle through to the right side of the material but under the button Wind the thread tightly four times around the stitches between the button and ma tonal Bring the needle through to the wrong side and fasten the thread by taking several stitches over each otherNow you have a button whichwill not always ba coming our and if it does will not bring a piece of the cloth with it TO CtKE A KICKING COW When ready to milk place a piece j of rope with ft slip uooss on one end around the body of the cow just in front of the bag and back of the hip hones Draw it tight and tie Repeat this at each milking always treating the cow gently After a time the rope may simply be laid across the cows buck when milking and finaly it need not be used at all THE SCHOOL The following article from the tier aid and Presbyter is worth the care ful perusal of every boy and girl who could by any means obtain an education J W DINSMORG EDUCATION A POWER A college education is considered by a good many people to be a mere luxury which some are able to enjoy but which whether enjoyed or not is still to be classed as a mere luxury Those who know the facts esteem it quite otherwise It is for increase of power the augmenting and even multiplying of opportunity and pos slbilityWe recently seen some statements made by Chancellor Smith of KundolphMacou College at Lynch burg Va bearing on this subject i He has taken the second edition of the book Who is Who in America containing brief biographies of 7852 persons of more than local note in this country and has investigated the mutter of their education Ho has also taken up the census reports of the United States and finds that there are in this country 10782 007 persons over twentyone years of age Ho finds that 4682493 have had no school training and he calls these Class I The large number of 82862 951 have had only a common school training and these are known as class II Those who have had a high school training number 2105357 and this company is known as Class III Those who have had ti college training num her 1071201and are known as Class IV From this it appears that only about one person in eighty has had the privilege of college training If in desirable positions of prominence and power the college man is found in greater proportion than one in eigh ty it will appearthat the college edu cation has given him an advantage over others This very thing does appear Of the nearly 8000 persons of note referred to in the publication just spoken of only 31 belong to Class I only SOS belong to Class II although this class embraces four fifths of the whole adult population Class III favored as it is with a high school training has only 1245 j while Class IV with only oneeightieth of the population has nearly twothirds of the whole list names or 4810 p Of course there are some other ret sous for these things The person who had the college training belong od to favored classes already or had certain conditions favoring them hut after all of this is said it still remain that the training which one receive in college helps him in the taco for advantage and preferment Continued r THE FARM A YOUNG MAN AND A FARM- It surely is not a question of fitulin something to do and getting good pay for it that sends BO many hoys from the farm tothe factory Farmer are everywhere looking for help and are paying more for it than Most fac tory hands receive when board regu lar work and numerous other advantages are taken into the account Il appears to be question of preference and the reason for tho usual prefer ence for the factory does not in mos cases appear to be well founded 1 know one young titan who remained on the farm although his circutustun ces were not the most encouraging He felt that he must launch out into something but being dillidont it wai hard for him to go into a strange fam ily to work and to board Natural one would expect him to go to HOIIII factory in a nearby village as other boys have done where thero are plea ty of okrporluuititstogeteinploymeut- But he said the other boys were suv ing no money besides he wanted to be u farmer some day and it was bes I for him to stay on the farm He hir ed out to a farmer not n very got one either but he was determined to stick and stick he did After shots two yearn of this he bought a farm for 2WO gut a very good ono and pail in about 200 lie has been working out ever since in ono way or auoth er He has just bought fJO aero more laud to go adjoining with hit original farm The farts is rented ot shares to a good farmer cud he helpi plan the work He is saving morn money than he could by working tit farm himself has mi incentive as well as a preference to save his earnings and as he says he in learning how differently men miuiHge their farms Some day he may for ought I know get the housekeeper tutu run the fart himself This may not be the idea way for a young man to do but it il not a very had one 11 II L THE CHURCH What are you doing with Jesu Christ Pilate asked the question of the Jewish people many years ago Matt 2722 and they said Let him be cru cified Friend do you care if Jesus is crucified t 1 Think about Christ for a little while Heis wonderful Is it not a mir acle that the poor man of Galilee whc died of foreign race so far away so long ago is so much thought of und talked about today t Napoleon studied history and Napoleon declared Jesus kingdom of love to be the greatest thing on Earth And it is It is everywhere It conquered the Roman world The uatious that have the most of Jesus Cnrist today are the nations that sire conquering the world 2 Christ natisfleii As long as love kisses the cold lips of death mankind will never let the name of Jesus die Jesus is the only one who bids us hope in the deathless tearless life beyond He tells UH about the house of many mansions He reveals the beautiful city New Jerusalem Jesus just satisfies human needs Oht He is n wonderful Savior He will not turn one away While thu lamp of life holds out to hurt the vilest sinner muy return 1 The beautiful Christ is n very personal fast iu life He comes and lives with every will if they want him The greatest men have lived with Christ the great thinker and statesman There has not been a single president of the United States who did not have u Christian mother This shows the kind of men the peo pie of America love to honor The sweet faces of Christ and his mother have been what the greatest artists have painted When you live with Christ you are living with the beat people How tho promises of Christ will help us to do our duty Friend are you siding with 1iale and Judas Iscariot Or are you smiling with Je sus and St Fault llhat art you dos lug with Jesus which is called Christ G A IkiuiESs Subscribe for THE CITIZEN 50c a yeart rs rrT r Elders Bargain Store l5 4 CARPET DEPARTMENT The motet luscious und tempt lIK fruit of the auction rooms art I1crowded into this department That means this department ia with the most desirable goodH All patterna have been fcarefully selected stud are pleasing to theu lung up HI and let tit come und take till moauro of your room anil brighten it up + for you with a nice Carpet or Matting If there is one stock ill our1 store that we are extremely proud of it ill our Mattiuhll Come and 4l let us prove to ou that we eau save from 10 to lfc on the tit vard Floor Oil Cloth ll c to He ier yard Carpets from 10 to Wa HInShoes We Cant Be Beat We have a nice line of Shoeti Prices to suit every buyer Peo 4 pie who UfO particular alxiiit their footwear will find our new Spring I Slioen u delight to the and u contort to the foot creationsUgowned woman a particular pride in thus appearance of tier foot LudhV line Shoes 100 to SI 00 MOUH Shout f100 to tlOO In fffiutll ShOO lOt to t1Sc gip Hamburgs and Laces lay after day people NWitrm around this counter purchasing iNthe many barguius thereon Low prices are till right if backed up best qualities otherwise there is no value in their cheapness oUlensffmost2tI cry m CURTAINSi T If HO do not let them go bare any longer when you can buy curtains at Jttto per r iris per pair for lace curtains t yards long good width il- lh nnitatiou oralltilJlle lace and striped tlfeds would he cheap at SlW You cant appreciate the value of theae gocxis unless you F +oe tlioin Come anti let tm show you our lino from We to tiW lit Nice lino of linen Hhadtw tall colors to nests from from a to Itlc including all the fixtures w jrOur Muslin Underwear Department is bargains Can only le appreciated by ling seen Skirts OOWIIII Cltemillltl Drawers Corset Covers etc aU at very 1t low prices We have a nice line of Ladies Dross Skirts of the lat est fashion every Skirt was lilted on a form when uiadeHO we guar smite one of thorn to hang well and fit the form 00alpThe Bazarllt1 contains over GOO different styles of garments also leave Ihyour subscription for this IllligaziueolllJ We Ii year kucludiug our free pattern The McCull i3uzar patterns are HOltat 10 and lye none higher These patterns are absolutely correct and re commended with the greatest confidence as the best fitting most At economical of any in market McCull8 patterns are so easjly itl understood and the printed directions so plain that the experienced can use them every part is designated by notchea anti 111 perforations HO that there is no guess working in putting them 4 together pl ttDout tail to leave your subscription 1I Resp submitted to 11 the Cash Trade tl I 8sT YTT T Y CE Halfa cent buys enpugh SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT for two coats on one square foot of surface 6 =T T TT T T TrT Trr Trp- ts O ft4fWill surprise you when you good values for such small prices JIw Prices lower than elsewhere and f t many prices so low as to seem in credible f 4 TALK IS CHEAP J Our prices lire cheaper than our talk Its for you to 1 prove it to your own I lIlItflgt by compiling the goods f 1 side by slut tlmtit the only test ivncl tho difference will stir 4 i rino you If vbii dont inroad know our reason for know lug this is wo tests hofont purchasing nutparticle thoroughly- coulpartsi v it with the lowest quotutioiiH thou 1h ding our regular small profit u profit HO htnall Unit no other competitor would ever think on WtI utTer it to you an the final und beat vales obtaiuuhieiGreat labor Summer line pleasing to every one and the price+ will speak jp + HY FA It twordraRtrousIncome HO fumilitir with all kinds of goodx an to It nbln to judge their values accurately much must IN left tuTlle StOle upon iU representation Ours is the kind whore it it wife to jf shop for we Itibint that no goals le mimoproMontid nn our merchandise bucks up our MtattMiiontH Ip a- p 11 Clothing Department h Our Spring lint of Clothing in romplute Correct ntylwt in high tirade reliable 9IIiUII IriceH to Hiiit one Meuu Salts p from f2 up u are 11 supplied with liofiliy good of 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repairing outfit composed of threw lasts Due melt of eg R grog and sOWing und one bones of tacks atilt one ham 4 P suit r ami the price will aurprise 0IlouI1 ro rents k r E V ELDER RICHMOND 1tIta a o i z i j y- Y 7 T T T 3 rTor rT or rT VT T TV y With your reach which Inn gushfl IIof I6ehPaintiliitn Highest Qualities You cannot hesitate to decide ut once where to buy your paint for the Slierwin Williams paint fa Best of all Paints HYISOLD ONLY LBICKNELL EARLYt 1 r J r r 1 i I T THE CITIZEN 3 i THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 4 ILESSON VIII SECONDQUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MAY 24 1 M of hr lrniun Aeln il 11111I ISInaury Venire UTUli liolilrn I US fHiiiiiiFiitury lr 1Alrrd lir llev II M Strum Cu7rUhl ty Amrrlrsn Prrtu AuocUllon I Whereupon 0 lUng Agrlppa I wan I not dUoliedlent unto the liruvrnly vision Our lust lesson gave us Pauls trail I IIIUII before Felix nnd his wife After 1t o 3IirM 1ts111t4 snreee4IetI LvItx ulill IluI wns huh prisoner Tim haired I tho high prlesl und the Jewish rill ers wus imulmled und they were Htlll- longing to kill IlKll 1VHtUH tout them to coiiie to CicHurra nnd Klvo their tc- tlinony iigalnst him which they did INCorl could prove nothing 1eHtUH uitked him If ho was will IWllell go to Jerusalem und lit tried thero ho appealed to Ciiniir III duo I time King Akrlppit und Hernlee como iu Iifsarca In visit lVntuM und ho tolls them of rntil tho prMoner and how till whole trouble between him und his uc cll ers seemed tu be about one JeHll who WIIH ilcutl whom 1iiul atllrmed to It nil ve xxv Ill King Agrlppu de lrliiK to hear him und he with Her nice unit till tho Kitill mien being UKI nembled rutil brought lefuro them ioU U permitted to upeuJrfor hlnwclf I If told of lila early lift lug will In tho JCWK religion tho appearance of thu Iird JesiiH tu him on tho WilY to Iii ljsiiotlh and Ills cummUiilou to car ry to tho gcntllcH the knowledge of tho forglvcne of ulna und Inherltanev in lift kliihdoni through Jesus Christ SJ II That they ahoutd repent and turn to llod slid du works meet for rI nlance 1liosi thing hi preuehiMl an ho WIll mmlHlomtl nt DnmaHeiiH JerUNit Itm throughout Judiiii und to the gin tIles nnd bifntiKu of thIs ho said the JCWH waiitiil to kill him Well they bail killed tilt Lont JCHU nnd Stephen mid Jniiif nit ulliiTK and Ilitil him Kulf bad Inken n bund III of It MI hi knew jiixt what It meant and t why It wan und no ono knew Inttrr Hut hIs Iyen had beeu opened and now tho HMMI Christ wan to him tile Krcut cst rvnllty In the tinlvcrm lUvlnic therefor obtained help of Oudl runtlnuf unto liii day wltnmnlni will to amnlland Kreat caylna none otis J er IhliiK than those which the prophet and Mosr slid wiy should come All could tut that them were certain r wrllliiKi and n certain nmn jMkcii of III tbiiHc wrltliiic Inwhleb mid In j whom Puul hnd nbioluto contldenco It wan ivrtnlnly u Krcat privilege thiw to permlttetl tu bear Wlllllllll to Ibrlnl und lli KcrlplurvH before stitch n iiiiiKreKiillnii hut It wan u very tterlotiii mutter for tbt coiiKrcKiitlon Metier for thins never to have heard the Kood iiws than to hear nnd reject It Yet we ort commUnloncd to priKlalm It tot t1Ir cmtttin und Cod will take tart reHultn n That Christ ihould suffer nnd that lie ahould IJe the fiat that should rlso rum the dead nnd ahuuld stow Ilifht unto this people and tu the krntlltn- OhrlKt HIiiiHelf tntiKbt that It be hooved Him tu suffer and to rllll frtxii tIe dead the third till und that repent mice nnd remNsloii uf sums Hholllil IK preuchetl III I Iii name among nil im rChrltVtloiH Itike xxlv 11 47 The Rospil vrltittirH and Unit lie WIIH burled nUll that lie rune uKiiln the third day nccordliiK tu the Scripture mind that tbrouch Him In preaelutl till forglve iKim uf nluH and by Him sill that U llfve nre jiiHtllled from nil tlitngH ICur xv It 4 AcU sill U8 81- 1it Anti a he thus pake for himself Kritu piJ with a loud voice lul thuu sri txnlde thyself Much learning doth make timer mud Paul nnld that bo wan not tiind but bad only xpoktii wonln of truth and olnrtiei und WIIH ien uaded that AKrlppa knew the truth uf the tImings whenuf he hud npoken In INI llx 15 inarKln It written Yea truth toilet and lit that depurteth fruits evil U uciuiinle l mad III tins Ix 7 wo nail The prophet U u fool the nplr Itunl until omit They said to time Lord JCHUH Thou art it Hamarltan and a devIl Julius vll IS vlll M J1IIIIItutisl not wonder when bunt thing sari mild of or to for CbrlatH nuke 57 Kljut Agrlppa behieveit thou the prophet I know that thou btllevei- tInul Will perntnuled that the king WHH not ignorant of time events which hud recoutly tranxplntl at Jerua lem or of the prcdlelloiiH thus In part rtillllleil It till iUCHtlon should bo imkiHl of iKllovern now l llcvtHt thou till pruphtftH tIme unHwera mlKht bo wry varied hut no doubt ninny would have to plead Ignorunco of what time prophets hau written SI Then AKrlppa aald unto Paul most thou perauadeat me to be a Chris thin Tho revised version says With but little persuasion thou wouldxt fain Tuuke mi a Christian minis reply that ho earnestly wlnbwl before lOll that till who heard htm that tiny were not almost but altogether Chris 1tllIlIt seems to mo to Indicate that was much moved thereto Hut alas uliuost it Christian Is to bo lost Haluam and Judas Iseariot were per 1 fill 11 as near tu teIn ChrUllans as- jueu could bo yet wo jiavo ito tlaOll tu think that either was savwj Thero Is great reason to rear hint mUll church meinben moral rellglptm peq pie In good standing uro pnly nlwost Cbrlslluns JhIMo corllily Is trite that If any are depending oil their mo Irllllt church membership baptism d of Serlpttiro or nnylhln 11I0rt of actually receiving Christ they that bath thoare saved for lit Son hath life uud ho that hath not tho Sou of God bath not life I John v iiy BO YEARS- EXPEfllENCE Tiiftoe MAnllsI nitti it 4 n 5I pi- It Iil liii it I41ty Ii Ifl II jOIIII1pt it 0I Iriisi nr tn Aui n It li II I DMlMmtihoivi In kit Scientific Jimeiican t4lIIf llliidritiHl wrrklr IJITBMI 15f liii nr Hl Isui IVrnit a mr iuinllKil r ilcilirik iKtKwluMvra Ygp4ICtu DeWItts ftffl Salvo For Piles Burns Sore A STUDY IN mm By A CONAN DOYLE PART TWO Time Country of time Saints Married yesterday Thats what those Sings ore for on tho Kndowment house Thero wore nomo words hetwren young Drebber null young Stangeinon iu to which WIll to have her Theyd both Mien In tho party that followed them and Stangerson hind shot her fa ther which seemed to give him time host claim but when they argued It out In council Drohbcrs party was thu niton ger so the iiropliut gave her over to him No ono wont have her very long for I saw death in her taco yesterday She in more liko n ghost than u woman Are you olf then Yen Im off tald Jefferson Hope who hall rlMin from his seat hut fact might havo beets cliUulLHl out of marble hard and so net was its oxprexHlon while huts eyes glowed lthII balutul light Whero are you going Never mind ho answered and dinging hU weapon over his shoulder htrodo olT down tho gorge and away tutu limo heart of limo mountains to Ilia haunts of tho wild boasts Among them nil there was none florco and danger ous M IIIIIIMI3tr Tho prediction of tho Mormon was only too well fulfilled Whether it was time terrible death cf her father or tutu effects of tiiohuntefulzusarriagtilmutowhsichu- 1w had Ixcn forcod poor Lucy iwver hold up her head again hut pined away and died within n month Her uottlsh hutband who bail married her princi pally for tho stake of John Furriers property hut not affect any great grief at hU bereavement but isis other wives mourned over her and sat up with her titus night buforo the burial as in tho Mormon custom They wero grouped around tho bier III the early hours of tho morning when to their inexproiwl bio fear mid astonishment the door was Hung open andii naviigo looking weather beaten man iu tattered gar ments htrodo into tho room Without n glunco or II word to the cowering women ho walked up to tho white silent tilloro which had once con tallied thu puru soul of Lucy Fcrrier Stooping over her ho pressed his lips reverently to liar cold forehead and then snatching up her hand ho took tim wedding ring from her linger Situ Hlmll not bo buried in that ho cried with n flerco snarl and before an alarm could bo ralKd sprang down tho stairs and was gone So strange and no brief was thus episode that tho watchers might have found it until to bcllovo it them solves or jxrMiado other people of it had it not boon for tho undeniable fact that tho circlet of gold which marked her as having boon a bride had disap peared For somo months JolTorson Hope gored among thu mountains leading a Ktrango wild life and nureing in his heart tho fierce desire for vengeance which possessed him Tales wero tqld in thin city of tho weird figure which wan seen prowling about tho suburbs and which haunted the lonely mountain gorges Onco a bullet whistled through Stangcrsonn window nnd tlnttened itself upon tho wall within a foot of him Un mother occasion as Drebber passed under a cliff a great bowlder crushed down on him and ho only es caK d a terrible death by throwing huh self upon hits face Tho two young Mor mons wero not long in discovering thu reason of those nttompts upon their lives and led repeated exjiodltions into tho mountains III tim hope of capturing or killing their enemy but always without NUCCCSS rlueui they adopted tho pro caution ot never going out alone or after nightfall antI of having their houses guarded After it time they wore able to relax these measures for noth lug was either heard or seen of their op ponent and they hoped that tlmo had cooled his vindictivcncss Far from doing so it hail if any thing augmented It Tho hunters mind was of a hard unyielding nature and the predominant Idea of revenge had taken such complete possession of it that hero was no room for any other emotion Ho was however above all things practical Ho soou realized that oven Ills iron constitution could not stand the incessant strain which hu was putting upon it Exposure want of wholesome food wore wearing htm PtIf lie thou liko it dog among the moun talus what was to become of his ro vongo then And yet such a death was suro to overtake him if ho persisted Ho felt that that was to play his enemys game ho reluctantly returned to tliQ old Novada mines there to recruit IsIs health uud to amass money enough to allow him to pursue his object without vrivatlousSills intention had boon to bo absent it year at tho toast but a combination of unforeseen circumstances prevented his leaving the mints for nearly live At I limo end of that time however his memory of his wrongs mimi his cravings for rovengo wore quite as keen as on that memorably night when ho hail utood by John Forrlors grave Dipguis cd antI under an assumed name ho re turned to Stilt Lako City cureless what becamo of isis own lifo as long as ho oh tained what ho knew to bo justice There ho found evil tidings awaiting him There hUll been a schism among tho chosen pooplo n few months before some of tho younger members having rebelled against tho authority of the idders and the result lout been tho se cession of u certain number of tho mimi contents who hail left Utah und become gentiles Among these utah lieen Drob her and Stnngerson nnd no ono know whither they had gone Rumor reported that Drebber had managed to convert a largo part of hits property lisle money and that ho timid departed a wealthy whim Stangerson was compara poor Thuru was no clew at all however its to their whereabouts Many a man however vindstive would have abandoned all thought of revenge III tho face of such a difficulty but Jefferson Hope never faltered for a moment With tho small competence ho possessed eked out by such employ ment as ho could pick up ho traveled from town to town through tho United States in quest of his enemies Year passed into year hut black hair turned grizzled but still ho wandered outmi human bloodhound with his mind wholly set upon the one object upon which he haul devoted his life At last hits persovcrcnco was rewarded It was but u glance of II face in a window but that otto glance told him that Clove laud III Ohio poHsessed tho man whom ho was in pursuit of Ho returned to his miserable lodgings with his plan of vengeance all arranged It chanced however that Drobber looking from isis window had recog nized time vagrant in tho street and had read murder III his yes Ho hurried before a justice of tho peace accompa nied by Stangerson who hind become his private secretary and represented to him that they wero III danger of their lives front tho jealousy and hatred of an old rival That evening Jefferson Hopo was taken Into custody much uot being ablo to fluid sureties was detaineil somo weeks When at last ho was liber ated it was only to thud that Drobbors boum was deserted mind that ho and IsIs secretary lout departed for Kuropo Again the avenger had been foiled mutt lignin his concentrated hatred urged him to continue tho pursuit Funds wero wanting however for some time ho hud to return to work saving every dollar for hut approaching journey At last having collected enough to keel life in him ho departed for Europo and tracked hiss enemies from city to city working Ills way III any menial capacity but never overtaking tho fugitives When ho reached St Petersburg they had departed for Paris nUll when ho fol lowed them thero ho learned that they had just set oil fur Copenhagen At thin Danish capital ho was again u few days Into for they hall journeyed on to Lou don where ho at last succeeded in run ning thom to earth As to what occur red there wo cannot do better than quota the old hunters own account as duly recorded In Dr Watsons journal to which wo are already under such ob ligations CHAPTER Our prisoners furious resistance did not apparently indicate any ferocity in his disposition toward ourselves for on finding himself powerless ho smiled III an affable manner and expressed his hopes that ho had not hurt any of us iu tho scuffle I guess youre going to take use to tho police station ho re marked to Sherlock Holmes My cabs at limo door If youll looso my legs Ill walk down to It Im not up light to lift as used to be Gregson and Lustrudo exchanged glances as if they thought this proposi lion rather a bold otto but Holmes at onco took tIme prisoner at his word and loosened tho towel which he had bound round his ankles He rose and stretched his legs although to assure himself that they were free once more I remember that thought to my If as I eyed him that had seldom seen a more powerfully built and his dark sunburned face hero an expression of determination ami energy which was as formidable as his personal strengths If theres a vacant place for a chief of the police I reckon you are time stunts for it Iso said gazing with undisguised admiration at my follow lodger Tho way you kept on my trail was a cnu tion You hind better come with mo said Holmes to tho two detectives I can drive you II said Lestrado Good and Urcgsou can como inside with me You too doctor You have taken au interest III the case aunt may all well stick to us I assented gladly and we nil descend ed together Our prisoner made no at tempt to escape but stopped calmly into the cab which hind been his and wo fol lowed him Lustrado mounted the box whipped up tho horse and brought us in n very short time to our destination Wo were ushered into n small chamber whero a police inspector noted down our prisoners mime ami the names of tho men with whoso murder ho had been charged Tho ofllcial was awhitofaccd unemotional man who wont through his duties in n dull mechanical way Tho prisoner will bo put before thq magistrates in tho courso of the week hn said In time meantime Mr Jeffer son Hope howe you anything that you wish to say I must warn you that your words will bo taken down nod njay bo used against you Ivu got a good deal to say our prisoner said slowly I want to tell you gentlemen about it Hadnt you better reserve that for your trial asked tho inspector I may never bo tried ho answer ed You neednt look startled It isnt suicide I am thinking of Are you a doctor Ho turned hisjlerco dark eyes upon lime as he asked this last question 1 t Yes I am I answered Then put your hand hero ho said with n Miillc motioning with his man ached wrists toward his client I did mid liecaiiio nt once con scions ot nil extraordinary throbbing and commotion which was nolim on III ulilo Tlio walls of his client wumed to thrill and quiver as a frail building would do itiKldo wliun sonic imwurf ill en Itio wKfl at work In time Hilenco of thu room I could hear a dull hninniliiK and buzzing noifo which proceeded from thu Fame source Why I cried you Imvo nit nortio IIIOU ThatH what they call It ho said placidlyI to a doctor last week about it and ho told mo that it was bound to burst before many days passed It has been KctfiiiK worse for yours I Jot it from overexposure and underfeeding among thu Salt Lake mountains Ive done my work now and I doit care how soon I but I hord like to leave scn ST IM t cf th iiunliici lie lilnd me I dont want to bo remember ed iiHn common cutthroat rise inspector and tile two detectives hail n hurried difcuKsion as to thu ad vlxalitllty of allowing him to toll his story Do you consider doctor that there iHimmediatu danger tho former asked Must certainly there IIIIt I answer 811 tmIut that case it in clearly our duty III thu interests of justice tq take his statement wild tho inspector You uro at liberty sir to give your account which I again warn you will bo taken down Ill down with your leave tho prisoner paid uniting time action to time word This aneurism of mine make mo easily tired and the tusslo wo hind half an hour ago has not mended matt ters Im on time brink of tho grave mid I am not likely to lie to you Every word I say Is thu absolute truth and how you use it is n matter of no conse rquence to mo With these words TeTen on Hope leaned hack III chair and began the following remarkable statement lie spoke III it calm aunt methodical man user M thought thu events which he nar rated were nommonplaen enough I can vouch for tho accuracy of tho nubjoined account for I have had access to Los traduH notebook in which time prisoners words wero taken down exactly as they worms uttered It dont much matter to you why I hntvd theso men hu saul ieusonghs that they were guilty of tho death of two human bohuugsa father and i- sdaughsteramsul that they had thereforo forfeited their own lltts After tho lajwi of timu that passed Mneo their crlni It was impossible for to secure ii cots victlon against them In any court I knew of their guilt though and IIlu termined that I hliould lio judge jury and executioner all rolled into one Youd liavo dono the namo if you have any manhood III you if you hail been III my place That girl that I spnko of was to have married mo SO years ago Shut was forced into marrying that name Drcblier and broke her heart over it I took thu mar riage ring tWill her dead linger and J vowed that dying eyes should test upon that very ring and that his last thoughts should be of tho crlmo for which he was punished I have carried it about with mo and have followed him and his accomplice over two conti nents until I caught them They thought to tire mo onto but they could not do it If I lie tomorrow as Is likely enough I die knowing that my work In this world is douse and well done They have perished and all by my hand There is nothing left for mo to hopa for or to desire They were rich and I was poor so that it WM no easy matter forMno to follow thom When I got to London my pocket was about empty and I found that I must turn my hand to something for my living Driving nUll riding are as natural to mo as walking so I ap plied at n cab owners office and soon got employment I was to bring n cer tain sum a week to the owner and what ever was over that I might keep for myself There vivs seldom much over but I managed to tempo along somehow Tim hardest job was to learn my way about for I reckon that of mill thu maze that over were contrived this city is the most confusing I luau a map beside me though and when once I spotted tho principal hotels timid stations I got on pretty well It was sonio time bcforol found out where my two gentlemen wore living but I inquired and inquired until at last I dropped across them They wero at ft boarding house at Camborwoll over on tho other stile of thu river When onco I found them out I knew that I had them at my mercy I haul grown my heard and hero wan no chancu of their recognizing mo I would dog them and follow them until I saw my oppor tunity I vas determined that they should not escape mo again They wore very near doing it for mill that Go whero they would about Lon don I was always at their heels Some times I followed them on my cab and louietlmes on toot but the former was tho best for then they could not get away from mo It was only early in tIme morning or late at night that I could earn anything so that I began to get be hiudhand with my employer I did not mind that however as long as I could lay my hiuid upon tho men I wanted They were very cunning though They must havo thought that there was some chance of their being followed for they would never go out alone timid nev er after nightfall During two weeks I drove behind them every day and never onco saw them separate Drobber him self was drunk half tho time but Stint gcrsou was not to bo caught napping I watched thorn lato and early but never saw tho ghost of a chance but I was not discouraged for something told mo that time hour hind almost come My only fear was that this thing in my chest might burst a little too soon and heave my work undone r At last one evening I was driving up and down Torquay Terrace us the street was called in which they boarded when I saw a cab drive up to their door Pro ently souse luggage Will brought out and titter a tlmo Drebber and Stangerson followed it and drove ofT Iwhipi ed up my homo and kept within sight of them feeling ill at ease for I feared that they wero going to shift thick quarters At Knston station they got out and I left a boy to hold my horso and followed them on to the platform heard them ask for thu Liverpool traits and tho guard answered that onu had just gone and that thero would not bo another for some hours HtangorKon seemed to bo put out at that but Drebber was rather pleased than otherwise I got soclosoto them III thu bustle that I could hear ev cry word that passed between thesis Drebber said that ho had a little bush ness of his own to do and that if the other would wait for him ho would soon rejoin him Ills companion remonstrated theyIwas a one and that hit must go alone I could not catch what Btangerson said to that reoithan isis paid servant and that ho must not prtsumtt to dictate to him On that the secretary gave it up as a bad job and simply bargained with him that if ho missed the last train lie should rejoin him at II JJIla1I Private hotel to which Drebber answered timatje would be back on tIm platfonii befoifT II ian made his way out of tho station TlioinoMent for which I laid waited so long had at lust come I had my ene theyIIU mercy 11Ifender has tlmo to realize who it is that strikes him and why retribution has nrrnllg6l1bof making tho man who hUll wronged mo understand that his old sin had found him out It chanced that some days before a gentleman who had been engaged in looking over fomii houses in tho IJrixtoii road haul dropped rim key of Otto of thorn in my carriage It was claimed that tamo evening and return ed lint in tho interval I hail taken a molding of it and had a duplicate con tttrncted Dy means of this I limit access to at least ono spot In this great city where I could rely upon being free from Interruption How to get Drebber to that house was tho dlfllenlt problem which I html now to solve Ho walked down tho road mud went into one or two liquor shops staying for nearly halt an hour III tho last of them When ho camo out ho staggered in his walk and wits evidently pretty welt on There was a hansom just in front of me and he hailed it I follow ed it so close that tho nose of iuy horse was within a yard of hU driver tho whole way Wo rattled across Waterloo bridge aunt through mllea of streets un til to my astonishment we found our selves back in the tmaoo in which he 1111JOardlt1 I could not imagine what his Inteutioivvras in returning thero but I went on and pulled up my cab a hun cited yards or so from tho house Ho uswayliveMy mouth geta dry with tim talking I handed him tho glass unit ho drank it down Thats better ho sall1 Well I waited for n quarter of an hour or more whets suddenly there camo n noise liko people struggling inside tho house Next moment tho door was flung open and two men appeared ono of whom was Drobber and tho other was n young chap whom I hind never seen before This fel low had Drebber by tho collar nUll when they camo to tho head of the steps he gave him a shovo nudII kickwhich sent him halt across thu road You hound ho cried shaking his stick at him Ill teach you to insult an honest girll Ha was so hot that I think hu would have thrashed Drobber with his cudgel only that tho cur staggered away down time road its fast as his legs would carry him He ran as far as tho corner aud then jumpedIntel caid ho When I had him fairly inside my cab my heart jumped so with joy that I feared lest at this last moment my aneurism might go wrong I drove along slowly weighing tn my own wind what it was best to do I might take him right out into tho country and there in Homo deserted lanu have my last inter view with lilni I hind almost decided upon this when ho solved tho problem for me Tho craze for drink html seized him again and ho ordered me to pull up outside a palace Ho went in leav tug word that I should wait for him There hu remained until closing time and when ho camo out ho was so far gono that I know time game was in iuy own hands Dont imagine that I intended to kill him in cold blood It would only have been rigid justice It I hail done but I could not bring myself to do it I hind long determined that ho should hare a show for his Ute if ho chose to take advantage of it Among tIme many billets which I havo fillet III America during my wandering life I was once a jnllllorl1llllswollcrollt of tho laboratory at York college One day the professor was lecturing on poisons aud ho show ed his students souse alkaloid as he called it which ho timid extracted front somo South American arrow poison and which was to powerful that the least grain meant instant deaths I spotted tho liottlo in which this preparation was kept nUll when they wore nil gone I helped myself to a little of it I was a fairly good dispenser so I worked this alkaloid into small soluble titus and each pill I put III a box with a similar pill made without poison determined at limo time that when I hunt my chance my gentlemen should each have a draw out of ono of these boxes while I ate tho pill that remained It would b quite as deadly and a good deal less noisy than firing across a handkerchief From that day I had always my pill boxes about with me and the time had now como when I was to use them It was nearer than 12 and a wild bleak night blowing hard and raining in torrents Dismal as it was outside I was glad within so glad that I conld howe shouted out from pure exultation If any of you gentlemen have ever pined for a thing mind longed for it during 20 long years and then suddenly found it within your reach you would under stand my feelings I lit a cigar and puffed at it to steady my nerves but my hands woro trembling and my temples throbbing with excitement As I drove I could see old John Ferrier and sweet Lucy looking at mo out of tho darkness and smiling at mo just as plain as I see you all in this room All the way they were ahead of me one on each side of tho horse until I pulled up at the house in tho Brixtou road Thero was not a soul to bo seen nor n sound to be heard except tho dripping of tho rain When I looked iu at the window I found Drebber nil huddled together in a drunken sleep I shook him by the arm Its time to go out I said All rlohL cabby said he 1 TO nJ COTTCTUXD 4 II Dmnt Scan felks to be told the truth about Lion Coffee Time scarecrow coffees are those that hide under a glazing of factory eggs glue and olsomeal lrehINecessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Tenoni who board themselves can spend a expenseItpajntosires booki and other thing But the necessary expenses are oolr u follows To pay the flrrt day Limn HALLSchoolKx loipitalFee peiuea I etc about 2 03 2 W 00FurnlAhedFirst Month Board 6 00 5 00 Living i7OO i8pe l termLaundr O Beginning Sd Mo Board 5 00 6 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board 6 00 5 00 28W 28 00 Genl Deposit returned 00 00 Total Expense II Week 87 60 17 00 For those belowA Grammar deduct the 12 for book and SI from incidental fee making the otal only X4BO When four girls room together each UTM tl or nor on room and fuel making the total only 8900 If classed below A Grammar Room and fuel coat one dollar more In the Winter term Twd rooms for housekeeping with stoves etc can usually be rented for from 4 to 16 a term Tha price of big calf t little Untmrk or a few hornsspan b dcoYrs with glatrm of school which will chant on whole life for the better Dtrltts Early Risers IThe famous little pills ONE MINUTEOn- eMinute Cough Cure gives relief li ene minute because It kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane causing the cough and at the same time clears the phlegm draws out the Inflammation partsOnelungs wards off pneumonia and Is a harm less and never falling curs In all curblo cases of Coughs Colds and Croup strangulattasdumthg giveItemmastered and our little darling speedily recovered CIMOt praise One Minute Cwgh Cure too much for what it hiss done our tenilyA L Spafford Post master Chester Mich Prepared by E 0 DWITT A 00 OH- IOAQOCROUP Cur When Doctor Fall Mrs Frank Chiasson Patterson La writes June 8th 1901 I had malaria fever in very bad form was under treatment by doctors but as soon aa stopped taking their medicine the fever would return I used a sam pIe bottle of Herbine found it helped me Then bought two bottles which completely cured me I feel grateful to you for furnishing such a splendid medicine and can honestly recommend it to those suffering from malaria as it will surely cure them Her bine 50o bottle at East End Drug COs OH Minut C uhCurtFor Couth Calds and Croup THE CITIZEN i i r j An Animal Story Per Little Folks The Foolish Hares a Nobody had any idiii Unit tin two lures would be bright scholars wliiii they went to school but It certainly was the opinion of every one who knew them that they would at least II bo able to keep up with their class tiny during the geography hour IIOlltencher snowed till class n Mg glum representing the earth mill told how It turned on Its axis and how dur III fog the day we are all on top of tilt globe while at night we are nearly upside down The little hares looker on and wondered and when they got f home thy got to talking the whole tblug over Im much afraid that we will full i off tonight when the world gets upside down wild Jimmy Hare So am 1 said Charlie Hare It How nre we going to prevent It ltllmyit answered Charlie Ill tell you what well do sold Jimmy What nsked Charlie Teacher said If we stood on our feet we would be upside down lets stand Oil our heads And 10 the foolish little fellows agreed to do so and soon us It got dark I LETS STAND ON OUR HEADS every hurt stood on end And there they stood until they got blue and red in the face and their eyes popped out and their tongues hung out By and t by Jimmy could not hold on any Ion gar and he just sighed a little sigh and tumbled over on bis back And then Charlie tumbled over on his back They lay there a few moments walt lug to tumble but somehow they stuck just as tight to old Mother Earth as they ever had Have you gone yet asked Jimmy without looking up No not yet answered Charlie Well I dont believe we are going to fall said Jimmy And neither do I answered Char lie I guess we misunderstood the teacher 4 I guess we did said Jimmy Chi I cago Tribune j j Ao Animal Story Port Little Folks 14 I I rye Bear Looks Pleasant j iIi to u traveling showman who was to have his photograph taken then The man set his camera up In middle of the road and the waster I handed H long pole to the hear and told him to stand up straight and hold per 1featlystill for u few moments bear did just us he was told to do but the man was dissatisfied nod walked around and around trying to find a better position I Hurry up said the master Very well Ill soon be ready an iIrswerd the man Hut somehow or oth DIGIT UPON HIS NOSE UK CRACKED THJ MAN f i er he could not get things In shape aud the bear was getting wore and more restless all the time After awhile however he said he thought that ev erything was all right nod he said to thebearNow v look pleasant pleaser And that was more than tbe bear could stand Mr Hear took a lira hold ou tbe pole that be held in bis paws and made ti dash for the wan Itlght upon him I nose he trucked the man and sent him groundRhurt that man cried the waster And with that the bear started after the master This fellow fell on his knees and begged not to be hurt Very well sold the bear But you must do one thing you must both stood up here together and look pleas ant while I take your pictures They agreed to do this and tbe bear stood up and kept them standing there fur threw hours Then he said he thought he had better go to dinner Her trotted off into the woods and never did return St Louis FontDinoatcb I r 1 H BRED IN KENTUCKY UNDER ELECTRIC GLOW Electricians Produce Magnih Live Stock Will Be a Feature Exhibitcent Effects at Worlds Fairof States ALL PREVIOUS DISPLAYS SURPASSED ABLE COMMITTEES ON ALL CLASSES Science Transforms Night Into flay- rudAttention to lie Given llor M Mules sr llllli of Wttlr AMUUI Cattle Sheep fcwlue anti Poultry1arled hue null Sometime Chief CobiminferoimlKMend Appear to lie Riven of SilverVarietylie Shown The President of the Kentucky Live Stuck Breeder association Mr L L Uorsey of Anchorage Is chairman of the Live Stock Exhibit committee of the Kentucky Exhibit association which tact In Itself Is suflUlent assurance that the live stock interests of the Dlue Grass state are not to suffer lu comparison with the display made by any other state at the Worlds fair Mr Dorsey proposes to make exhib its In every classification of the live stock department at the exposition This will put Kentucky in eight dif ferent groups as follows Horses unit mules cattle sheep goats swine dogs cats ferrets etc and poultry and t L L DOUSKY Chairman Live Stock Exhibit Com mlttee birds He has appointed a committee consisting of about 150 prominent live stock breeders and has divided them Into the different classifications with a chairman at the head of each sub committeeT of Eminence will di rect the display of Shorthorns J W OBannon of Louisville the Aberdeen Angus Colonel D 1 Moore of Har rodsburg the Poll Durham W H Qlltner of Eminence the Herefords Professor M A Scovell of Lexington the Jerseys On horses Mr S De Udder of Prospect in chairman of the harness class I Major David of Pleasant Hill the saddle horse com mittee George Graddy of the John T Hughes of the coach and Mr W T Chilton of burg Is at the bead of the sheep committee F O Hogan of OBannon of the on hogs James Tag gart of on Jacks and mules- J L of on Bel gian hares J H Good of of the State Poultry asso ciation on poultry and R H Young of on pigeons There are ten classes under the head of horses and mules Draft and coach horses will be shown with trotters and saddlers while hunters and ponies are to come in for their share of In the cattle group will be of beef dairy and cattle for general purposes and also oxen Under sheep will be made of the fine wool variety the wooled the middle wool ed and mutton sheep Swine of all breeds are to be shown along with methods of raising feeding killing and All varieties of dogs are to have a place I the exhibit hunting cours- Ing coach watch and pet Under the group of poultry and birds there are classes for all breeds of poultry and all domestic birds One class Is for chickens and turkeys another for ducks geese and swans a third for pigeons a fourth for guinea fowls and pea fowle and still another for pheas of the of the mittees above have asso elated with them expert live stock men In their classes Mr F D Cobdrn the Chief of the Live Stock exhibit at the Worlds fair Is a friend of Mr Dorsey and has given him the assurance that Ken tucky will be well taker care of dur ing the The night effects of the at St Louis will be a In color The exhibit will be bathed lu a pure white light which will bring out Into strung relief their beautiful outlines and the richness of the tints and mural ou their screen walls Chief Henry Kustln who Is head of the of design bus charge of this feature Acting in the saute at Omaha und Buffalo he set no high a standard there that his effort to outdo It at St Louis will be the supreme one of his life By contrived lights the whole picture will be Hooded at night with hues At one time the scene will be a of violet Into amber emerald crimson and the whole gamut of color so that the hardly will be conscious where the color leaves off and the other begins But through all the changes of col ors thrown on the It will be for the cascades to retain a tint Mercury vapor lamps will be cleverly in the bases of the lining the sides of the cascades the rays being thrown front reflectors through small win dows at an angle that will not meet the vision of from any point of view In this light the waters will have the at one time of s ghostly phosphorescent torrent at an other moment of floods of opal gems and again of a cataract of living flame Every source of the effects will be hidden It will be to pick out different parts of the hlil and Its structures In different colors Thus while the hall In the center will be a rose color one arm of the orange the other violet and the twin emerald the whole effect will be attained without contu lion of colors The night effects on other parts of the site have not been An elect Ic fountain that will be a thing of beauty and a riot of color of the kind ever will occupy a point of vantage on the The exhibits at eight will appear to bo giant cornices ELECTRICITY BUILDING committee Castleman Versailles thoroughbred committee Lexington highsteppers committee Campbells committee Flnchvllle Sballcross Anchorage Louisville Secretary Louisville together thoroughbreds attention displays displays combing fattening breeding packing Including antsAll chairmen subcom mentioned distinctive personal exposition it Louisiana Purchase exposition symphony buildings paintings department electrical Important capacity Ingeniously changing harmony changing amethyst running combinations skillfully spectator buildings possible distinctive concealed sculpture concealed spectators appearance wonderful kaleidoscopic Ingeniously possible colonnade pavilions splendid forgotten surpassing anything designed grounds buildings of white light snpported at the four corners and the centers by Immense pavilions of light The rest of the facades will be so treated that their massive columns will be silhouetted against the screen walls which will be banks of blazing white light DISTILLING INTERESTS Products of the brewing and distill ing Interests Is being made one of the features of the Louisiana Purchase ex position at St Louis Space for exhibits for this Important branch of the Worlds industry has been reserved on the main floor of the Palace of Agriculture Kentucky ex hibits of brews and distillation are planned to be extraordinarily compre hensive The Palace of Agriculture in which a choice location has been appropri ated for the brewing and distilling In terests Is the largest exposition build other building at the exposition The cost of this structure was 529940 It sets on a high hill overlooking nearly all the other portions of the grounds and Is the center of the 69acre tract appropriated to the Department of Ag riculture all of which Is under the personal supervision of Mr Frederic N TaylorThe of Agriculture contains 800000 square feet or nearly 20 acres of floor space A walk of threequar ters of a mile Is required to pass around it All the breweries in the state of Missouri would have to work overtime more than five years to pro duce enough beer to fill stank having the cubic capacity of the building Commander BoothTucker of the Salvation Army accompanied by Col onel Marshall and Captain Scott Salvation Army officers In St Louis vis ited the Worlds Fair grounds and an nouneed to the management that the Salvation Army would make an Inter esting exhibit of the methods of ther k rrS vW I Ift for Those Who Live On Warm Dr Bergin Pane lilt writes I have used Ballardu Snow Liniment always recommend it to my friends as IIun confident there is no letter made It is a dandy for burns Those who lire on farina are especially liable to many accidental cuts burns and bruises which heal rapidly when Hal lards Snow Liniment is applied It should always a kept in the house for eases of emergency tile fink and 1100 at Fast End Drug Cos n l We promptly obtain U a and Foreign I Bend tnodeliketcn photo ol invenuun for reerlln on tree book i I llowtuHocun I IlnIaNIIMFor 1 nu1- atentenband to Stylish Washable Serviceable Prilt8 2 to 4 Dollars each RICE ARNOLD Main St Richmond Ky Spring Alluivala There IHBU aching and tired feeling the liver bowels and kidneys become sluggish and inactive the dilution impaired with little or no appetite no ambition for anything and a feeling that the whole body aud mind needs toning up The trouble in that dur ing winter there has been an accumulation of waste matter in the system Herbiue will remove it secure to the secretions a light exit and by its tonic effect fully reetore the wasted tissues and givestrt ugth in place of weakness roc at East Had Drug Cos n I td by y Itoagla Stone i andtb UM t thoxlralm Vi evtrjwliert- Vk dfTlallThe It l hvwllgahl luudPrlrOa butlom THE yVORLDt s ASp0UNION MADE Nltict incriau tVkltl in taili tttmt tut u la r leg dew 1 JU =1500720 Pair 7rt wo kmn DouUtit In four rears V L Douglas make and trlla more men eeandi35utboe titan any otbertwoaan ufaoturera In the world 5140hoeplsedtide ordinaryf3e0Made of the aft Italian Including PatCorona Corona Colt and NatlosaAastaea- V rIr 17 taA1aysInu a aaraVjo Douatea Lan Una bpuaa alleieealrwrlalow p rvyhto RgRf COYLE Sole Agents for Berea Next door to postolhce w 1 r f vcvTpJy fJJ b 1 MRS L Se ADAMS 111 UrllrotoiltrenaW- ine ol Cardul It Indeed a hltisln to tired women llaviiig tulfcrcd for seven ea with wcakncii and barI- ngdown palm and having tried sev- ersl end dllkrent remedies with no sutra your Wine of Cardul w i the only thing which helped mend eventually cured me It lo up the week trtn thcn- the system and corrtit ImgularltlM 111htlntl wnineii Mrs Ailains meant iirrvoiin wonirn who have dlionlrivtl niciuoi falling of the womb ovariuu trouble ur anyof these ailiiientl that women haw You can euro yourself lit hOllllth this great wuuteus i M toe of I Wine of rurdut line cured thousand of CUt which doctors have failed to leurtit Win nut to well today All- IIn11lilub have 100 Wtlc For any atomach liver or l ow1llilOOr tier Thed fords Hluckl mUUt should be used rodoIIIrtltIIrIInltriowrt tOolki 1- eltia ter 1n WIN EoFCARDUI I DR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount to Students Richmond Keiituuk Vtiiltl Whl lUpuliitluii r Whites Crenm Vermifuge hatIachieved n worldwide reputation ai being the bust of all worm destroyers and for its tonic inthieiici + on weak and unthrifty children HS it neutral izes the ncidity or ftouruewt of the steamed improves their digestionfsuit VKiitiilliition of food their nervous system and restores i them to tilt health vigor anti entitle ity of spirits natural to chlhlllludII 2ro at lust End Drug CO 1 Vote for Your ChoiceM FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID nooicnuafva lad public Invited la vv la popularIniruli tact ten seal at one lime All tnootjr over tad above trip eipenteiol teach rrt In 0 Into election of the enlucayliulldtutatheUa voter ofknowingawotthycauem laipurtaul object hive II alilrd at the me time a roeltu has reatvN recognition Goutrat eon ductnt under ampler vf Educational Hzhibll cons mice of Kmluell Itablbit AtMxiatioiulbe oixtiilullon nonmed to retie fiwv fora Kentucky IlillJInr and full ilUpUy ol the slate pro dui u and mourcea at the hartngfaclelllou Ive rduratur In the pubIncNetenuttheEduationiprotestanttotnraltf done nelLtiauiea ol all Kboul children to be enrolled In the Kentucky Building at the Itpo Itlou Kentucky will hate an eduratlonal eitilblt ijuo tout feet ot apace la tit1aUceof Kdvcatran Tbe Kipocltlun It to tit the rralnlntrrnatlonalhint In 1Iturld bit lory The Ira tracbcra chose will be ludenllu being tendered ihta lu the Hair Itvery COllul elrtlis owe usual edaiator oulttdeufyesrrwcasuogthlatgrlu- umbcrof notes will be allowed aeud two tethertit uol tMiMilir the pulutar TIC TOns WILL RE m COTS EACH tea coxsTirrrixu i BALLOT f I- Attenceataeachenq v hool child la tbe IIIte1II be able II nt It hue one yol tbr corhtrfaronteteacher sat the poling will but be coufincJ to chuotcblldren v PARENTS or pcriu ou AST or THEIR FUIE N MAT TOTE The purnow ortbe Lund publlemaytrmittinytbeJCeatnclLftbccouUiU rui iUarea keathfufoieto ljutUclr name plainly tothcballoti ALL EXmsrS OF THE TUCKCRS WILL BE PAID b the Antoclatlon Thl will Include railroad tranfponatlon front Ioul leto St tx ul and return board at one ol tbe but hotel lathe city for U day ant admlulon to the eapotltloo gioundf for ala days tripmoreWOllll nuke total of uo tfacben but n theft artonl its counties In Kcnluckythe Acla goIromabalcountyJeferou Theteacherpublicwill1oteamaybe cut for uon who taurht chool of or U Irclo now This olllUrtllolIImordoiIanTllllintDOILAtUOtIAaSIrgrepensesoftheaddlUObllMIIracUoDthmantytohowteacher The vole will be counted under the supervision of the Kducatlouat lUhlblt Commute of the IClIUon The peraonnel of IhU a fullowat lrof vlllr Chairman Irof ILV McChe nev Frankfort Jrof K I llalleck JoulnlllIrorw II kiPiesWentLntnKtollKhoadi Oweniborotl rof T0 Alley Bellevuet ITof C C Cherry Howling Green t Fist Knot spencer LOUM llle j Mil II Tucker LoulivllU lemWrsoftheltducationa1Committteearenotellgibletoelection lu thiscoutcitREXEVBEB irrar corny ELECT ITS ons FAVORITE TKACIIKB competition between thelargestI be result wilt be announced In every paper the tlatr and hi In Ihla a congratu latorT Inr aiair wilt to the teacher elected eacli comity Later the detdlaofthe trip will be arranged each tnclier chosen being glen the tirlvllege aclcctlng the uioulh June July eJ August iori4 In which he or she wants to make I Ie trip CLIP OUT THIS BALLOT tILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH II 73AWeI of as the most popular teacher in county ONE DOIJAR KNCLOSHI roc tOcrr rw 10C too 100 100 ion too 10c 100 Votes Ire not required to alga their names but the Association wants all school children voting to do 00 rllt them In the Kentucky Building Voter hive the option of lending ballot direct tolls Secretary of the AMoclatlon or tu the Tettlogealncopleoflhbpaxftaemlltauce poitagt eapret or postal money orderI or la currency at K H iiLiuiito bcCTCiiryLoulivlUe Ky 4 G t Y j1r i wvx wwwLiagtL r THE CITIZEN 5nn The Things That Need Not Happen Throwing Uie Ultwme For the World 4Prinand Sorrow on Providence a 1 By WILLIAM GEORGE JOR AJFrom The Power ol Truth Publiihtd by Brenltnoi world would b n delightful c to llvn In If It woiv not TIIiN tbn people They really j till thu trouble AlunH- wiirnt 1iieuiy Is alwiiyn rosin Ile bcKnn In hone tin reiMiiMlblllty ut lilt triiiiHKressliiii on Home one elm In the garden of Kden uiiii be lets been dolns MI ever shoo Tin greater part of the pall sorrow and III lit ry III life Is purely u tinman In viiitlon yet man with cowardly Irrev ireiuc dares to throw tilt renponslbll Ity on brtaktuting lawnlawn natural pliyKleal clvlo mental or moral 1liene are lawn widen UIIOWM but III dNixKimlH He liiktH cliniiiv He tbliikH be can diMle leniiltN In NUIIIU way hut nutiiru miyK He who break pays Ilieru are no fend letter lawn on thu divine Htatute bookn of life When n man penults u lurolillulil proceoxlon to parade tliroticli u mwder inuKiizliie It U not tslltrltltls fur lilm to refer to the Miilie iieiit ex plonlnn uhe of the myHterlolH vorklnut of Irovldeiuv- NlnetentliH of Hit worlds wirrow mUfortune nnd unlmpplnex In pre ventablt The dolly newnpapern tire the grout chroiilclcnt of till domlniincu of the iiiiiieceiiiary IariiKrupli after udiIldeiit dlniNttTM crime Hcundul liu nsahweaknessuud nlnmlulit bocluvk tnj off with the word preventable In earli Instuiict were our Inforinatlon full enough our amilynN ke n eiuiUKli t we could true ouch back to Its CIIIIKC to the wcukiu or the wrong from Which It lUll 111 SometlnieM It In CHrelw iieim Inattention negltvt of duty nvnrlce auger Jealousy dlnilpa tlon betniyul ut trnot KellUliiieitM uyiiocrUy revenge II hundred phiiKe of tau 11tIlIllIlIltI That which can prevented should IK prevented It till rent with thou In dividual Tin prvventable exluu In thne degreeslint that wlilch In slue to the Individual xolcly cud directly ret ou1 flint which Ini uffen thniiigh tilt wrongdoing of those anitind hi III other liidlrldnuU thlnl tho t wherein he In the hullmctsII of the wrong of MHlvty the legntet of the 011ut Immunity nnd koclely In but thu tuilNnlng of thotlitaudi of Individual with the herltagu of luunnerH ciiHtoinn lull laws they Imvu retvlved tram the punt We noinetlmeH feel hinrtnlck and weary In facing failure when the for tune Hint iMvmed almoxt In our llngeni MIL own l eciiii e of tin envy mallcu or trvjichery of want one cant Wu law under the weight of a Morrow that innkeM nil life grow dark nnd tho star of hoN fudu fnnn our vlolon or we inert mime unueewary with n dumb lielplenn IIIIIICurlllllOI nil wrwiig we II It r r 11111111tillhalf iiiieoiiHclonsily repeat the wonln over nnd over again In monotonous It erntlon an If III Home way the very rep etition might tiring relief might smut hull MMithe tin Yet III niont Inntnticc It iinild be prcvitilitl No suffering Is tinned In the world by right What tier sorrow them In that In preventable rumen from Inhiirmony or wrong of mime kind In the divine anon of the mil stillerlugruled for good cud perhapn If our knowledge were perfect it would be Keen that none In Decennary that nil In preventable Tho fault In muse or yours or the fault of the world It ls 1always Individual Thu world Itself In cuhunlvt united teas of the thoughtx wonln nnd feels of nillllonn who linvu ilveil or who are living like you and me Ily Individual lint the grout wrong that cannon our pruvent ulile sorrow ben unlit np by Individ unlit iiiunt It tm weakeiud nnd tninn tunnel to right And tn thin too it U to a great degree our fault wu euro little about rousing public Hcntlnient of huhlng It Into activity UIIOH it con cents nn Individually The old Orovk fable of Allan tho African king who supported the world on Ids HhoiilderH lists a modern appli cation The Individual In the Allan upon whom the fete of the world rents today Let each individual do his IIIretl tho result U foreordained but a matter of thu IIUIOIIIIIWrulIllI manning of tho units vidual bear ids part faithfully us tlioiiKh sill the rcHpoimlblllty rested on him yt nit rulmly1M gently and ai tiuworrliHl as though till the rtDnousI blllty rested ou others Most nccllt nts fvicvcntnbU as at Iliilakluvn Viiio ono lies blundered Due of the great disasters of the nlnu jeentli century wan the Johnstown Hood where thu bursting of n diim 0011rdent It was a crime A leaking dam t for luon thou n year known to be un safe known to bo unable to withstand uny lncrcaueU pressure stood at the brad of the valley Holow It lay a chain of villages containing over j persons In the direct line of thu OOOI When the heavy rains came the i reed dam gnve way thud there been one Individual ono member of till do South Fork Fishing club brave enough to have done merely his duty ono member with the courage to move bis fellovrt and to stir up public action Jj to nnike the barrier safe over UOOO murders weld here been prevented When a tired engineer sleepy trout overwork clue no longer client nature of her needed rest nod drowning fur n moment III his cab hills to we the nil Igmil light of danger or to hissed the exploding of the warning tor edo tho wreck thit follows Is nut clmrgcnhla to the Almighty It Is but nn awful n railroad corporations 11I1I11IIlulut f2 One ounce of pre six iKiimds of coro It In u crime to balance the wifely and KJicrcdnenn of human life In the scales with the Htty saving that lupus from transforming a man lute n mechanism and forgetting hu hUM either a soul or a hotly Trilif Just wife labor laws are part of cletys weapon for lighting the pro ventable When n terrible fire makes n city dcAolaln and n nation mourn the Inves tigation that follows lInll shows lint a little human foresight could have pre vented It or at least lessened the hor air of It nil If chemicals or dynamite tire stored In any building In excess of what wine legislation declares Is safe wime one has IMVU cruelly ciiruless Perhaps It Is wime IIIIJlItltlr who has IMCII disloyal to his trnit by permit ting bribes tn chloroform hits sense of duty If the lack of lire escapes adds Its iiiotu to thu list of deaths or If the nvarkv of the owner ins made hln building n lire trap public feeling be slaws Intense the newspapers are Just ly loud In their protests nod In de mands that Hie guilty ones bo pun ished If the laws already on thu statute tiooks do not rover the slum lout we hear from day to day new laws will bo framed to make n repeti lion of the tragedy Impossible We nn promised all kind of reforms the nor iMems fljled with n spirit of regen eration the mercury of public Indigna feverjThen as the horror begins to fade In the perspective of the past men go quietly luck to their own personal elms duties and the mighty wave of righteous protest thai threatened touch dies In gentle lapping on the shun What lias nil nuns rOil ecru wems HMIII to concern no one The tremendous energy of the authorities ncvnm like tilt gesture of u drunken man hint starts from his shoulder with u force that would almost tell nn but when it reaches thr hand it lens IXI pended Itself and the hand drops list lessly In thu nor Vllh unruly power enough to disturb till serenity of n lint terily There U always a little prog ress n slight advance and It Is only tau constant accumulation of these steps that in gluing In the world greater do minion over the preventable I The Worlds Need of Tolerance By WILLIAM GEORGE JORDAN ot 111111 nut seek tu lit the whole world with shines from our ImllvUltml lust It we think that all nuiHlc ccuxitl to he written when Wagner lid down the lot not condemn those who thin Ilijoymcnt In Unlit opera Perhaps they may KOIIIC tlint rise to our lid gut ii of rll Ill appreciation and learn the proper piirtn to apphiud If their light er music KatlsllcH their souls III our Wnicner doliiK more fur asP It U not fair to take from a child Its rue doll In order to raise It to the appreciation of the Venn de Mllo The rug doll U VeniH It may tvtiilre n hint series of lncriulnnly httter dolls to lend It to niillru the iKiiutltS of tie marble wo muii of Melon- Itimlernnrt Snakes Its great mistakes III meaxnrliiK the oasis of others from UK own standpoint Intolerance Ig mores the pYraoiiul equation In life What would an excellent book for a nine of forty might he worne than nm less for buy of thirteen The flue of activity In life that we would choose an our highest dream of bliss as our pariidlMt might If forced on another bo to him worse than the after death fate of lie wicked according to the old fash toned theologian What would be very acceptable breakfast for a sparrow would be a very poor meal for an elephant When we sit In solemn judgment of the acts and characters of thone around nod condemn them wllh the easy nonchalance of our Ignorance yet wllh the iiHMiiniptlon of omniscience wo re viial our Intolerance Tolerance ever leads us to recognize and respect the illffcreuciB in the natures of those who lit near to ns to make allowance for dllTerttncos til training In opportunities In ideals In motives in tastes In ojiln tons lit temperaments and in feelings Intolerance seeks to live other peoples lives for thou sympathy helps us to live their lives with them Wo trust accept humanity with all its weakness slit and folly and seek to make the best of It Just 1s humanity must accept us We learn this lesson us we grow older md with the Increase of our knowledge of the world we see how touch happier life would have been for us and for ollu era If we had beets more tolerant moro charitable more generous Krotn The Power of Truth Published by llren tauoa L u MENDING OF CHINA Slow to lInk Waterproof Slue and Other IVuirnt For nieiulltiK broken crockery there It notlilnn better than wliltw lend It In one of tIll few cenifiltri taut rislnt both water anil lent Smear In thinly on the edges of the article press them together mid set It aside to dry A waterproof glue for repairing nwr lilt or porcelain may he iniulo by mix IIIK plain white jjlne anil milk says the Huston Pont Into two quarts of Hklin tnllk put half a pound of the best white glue Iut the hash con taining thin Into another biixln of lot water Cook until tilt milk bas i n rated to Htrh an extent that the mix turn In like ordinary glue or even tuck er When dry thus cement In one of the hnrdiHtwlth the clearness of Ivory UmlukiMl lime mixed with the white of an egg ls a simple and u good ce ment It drlen very quickly even luiv hog a tendency to dry before the bro Iplldlthrnlrndcdkllalllwlllllaslnull and wally for use within a tow hours Many other consents need III be left to their work for days fwd weeks be fore the dhdi can be used A very good cheap vment that may be uxcd In many whys In patchliiK crockery ware and mcndlnic leaks may be made with planter of purls Mix thin with the white of an egg to n cream mud tmicnr It on the article AH In nil cemeutx thin limit be left to dry thoroughly lit furs unlng A heat and molxtiire proof cement Is ii handy thing to have IIIlrl one that warranted to cracks In kettles close KOIUIH In pours hind mend nil nortu of things remain ing perfectly Indifferent to mibneciuent ttlllhi by heat or water Gct some pow freed litharge mud mix It with glycerin thick and soft an putty After these two elementH have thoroughly blended the cement U ready to be ap plied row to think Ilrm In banking the lire at night It Is n good Idea to WIt the sifted nshes on top tuff ulfi to add to the water n lib eral Hiipply of common or even rook salt The latter Ingredient not only keeps the under llro alive but In ink lug off In the morning tie wilt make It Mwrklo nnew mud give out much lent on n new supply of coal Iliiw o lake Culrlutliif One iiound ut uncolored Relatln glue m free from gniim an possible is xonketl over night In cold water Kiilll dent to cover the IhIIn1I the Ialnt ors Magailn Thirty pouniU of lug Huh cliff Htone PHIIK white Imltttl or lust bolted glldern whiting also Koakcd In milllclent water to make a paste over night and next morning Itoth art heated with Kteum or over a moderate tiro In a water bath to till lolling point and when the glue In fully dUnolvcd the two materials aril thoroughly mixed In hummer time on cooling n small portion of carbolic sold nay about oneeighth of an ounce diluted with water In added for each pound of glue used III the aforesaid formula to keep It from touring and III thin way the calcimine will keep for Home weeks It U surd that tilt work men rather like thin preparation be cnuxe of Its good working properties How la lrrirr llomrntmdr Sirup- A good homemade sirup Is quickly prepared by lulling two cupful best quality of soft brutal sugar with one cupful of water until a clear thick sirup result As brown ougar Is not always available white sugar may be used In till name way How to Mtikr a Touch lows Trnilrr Truss thus fowl us usual and then In fold It completely In two thicknesses of wrapping paper securely fastening the paper with plea of string The fowl may now be put In the oven and roasted for threequarters of an lour At till end of this time tilt paper Is re moved and the chicken returned to tilt oven and rousted as long as would have teen necessary lad It been ten der In the beginning It must be bust ed often stud turned occasionally When dote It should bo as toothsome an a young chicken Stow to Improve Ilulled starch llollcd starch Is much Improved by the addition of little salt or dissolved gum arable A useful thing to remem her Is that the iron will Slut stick to the clothes If the starch used has been mixed with soapy water How to Make each Cobbler Peach cobbler may be made with canned peaches especially those made ut homo In rather heavy sirup Line u deep dish wllh pastry halt an Inch thick and slice into tic dish tom pouches sweetened and flavor to taste Cover with n crust of puff paste half nn Inch thick and bake In a moderate oven Before serving break tIt top crusty with u fork and mix slightly with the trout Serve hot or cold with whipped cream or hand sauce How to Waul DeoornlPd China China that has borders and decora Jons of gold should be washed In hot water without soup Thu mildest soaps will In time dull tie gilt and wear It iwny How to Clean Oil ralntlnK To clean oil paintings take a peeled raw potato and rub it with the addl lots of a very little water over the minting until It begins to lather vVIpe this off with a soft wet epoftftf Continue this until the painting looks lean Changu the potato If necessary this wash with tepid water and wipe perfectly dry with n soft silk rug Slow to llrmove Machine irvaie Cold rain water and soup wilt re moo machine grease trop washable abrlct r I853I903 Berea College Anniversaries Saturday May 30Mrt11orlal Day with o I- tIut Addreaby hut Aldiwiri IL AVllJ wv IoiiUvllle Sunday May 31Il4mitiiiirrnte Sermon llev J VAN HORN WorceotiT Xlni Seth ANNIVERSARY OP TUB BEttEA CHURCH Addrroby Illv J U HOOCH D DAnt 1rlnrtpsl Monday June Conmt lijr IlnrmotilnPocIfty Tuesday June AiMrrm to Literary Hoclillri AilitrvM h y Col ito wlSalu LexInxUm WEDNESDAY JUNE 3 COMMENCEMENT 9 MshlllllolIl of IndutrhI end Uradunt lug Kicrdtui- t30 1 MAcMmMi by lliv KOCKWMI J INirrKK lUrtfonl Ciuiii m Jollier Full Term lirn WiiliiduUy yseplrmbery THE MARKETS as Rxroarru1T A n NORMAN LIE CINCINNATI May OATLTB Common 1275 J310 II Butchers315 7ii II Shippurs1hO 1Y- JCAIvasClioice5X fiM II Largo Coniinoiiit rU tq 15- 0loosConuuou175 fh dfir- Kiiir good light6 t5 ti 70r 1ackinglit0 ct It70 StiEKr Good choice 25 r liO 815jLAUesGoal iiCdtnmon to fnirlK ri7fi VllKATNo2 Red71 iiCORN H5J Q 49 2inixedltd W 11 IlliKNo 2 57J 8j FLOUR Winter patent 305 ft 385 1810IIrNo I Clover 1125 i1150 No2II 1050 0 too POULTRY Young chickons Ii Heavy lions 1O Itooitersi il TurkeyI 10 Ducks 1- 0linosFeuds near by 13i HIDES W tBaltwl i No dry Halt II Hull 7 Shfop HkiiiH 50 70 TALLOW =Prime fi ii Country 5J il IThRiHcnt oxpurimentH by practical tests uiiii examination with the nillIthe X Rays establish it as a Catarrh of the Stomach in not a dir ease of itself but that it results from repeatedattncksofiu1igestioh II How Can I Cure My Indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Curo is curing thousands It will euro you of indigestion and dyspepsia anti prevent or cure Ca unit of the Stomach Kodo digests what you eat makes the stomach sweet Sold by East End Drug Co LOOMIREPAIR THAT Beroa College has floourwl a market Isuchlinsey jeaus blankets etc at follow lug prices Coverlids f 4 to J6 Linen 40 to 50 cents a yard Dross Linsey 50 cents a yard Jeans 60 cents n yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes t3 a pair White liusey aud white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inclion wide and 21 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must lw old fashioned homo mado dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Boron College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Burea Ky From n lint Srrulcli On the arm to the worst sort orn burn sore or boil DeWitts Hazel Salvo in a quick euro In buying Witch Hazel Salve bo particular to get DeWittBthis is Hut waive that heals without leaving a scar A spe cific for blind bleeding itching and protruding piles Sold by East End Drug Co Telephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer a 4 Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES TIlE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS menandTrmJo HchoolH Ctrpeutry Printing Housework Nursing two years countyCtlrtifllllteAcuilemy Conr eFour years fitting for College for business aud for lifo BaccalaureateMtiHlcClioral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory ationtOurinntructisanfreegifthtudentsvpayanmllGiincidental edu fee payrorbrought wltlilu 24 OO about lf to bo paid in advance CongregationlilitH Fr rod FRIENDLY lUrtii Ibc WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky r PATTERNS 1 ICI Free Fashion Sheets There are failures lim- aButterick Patterns nre used Home Fashion Magazine published The Delineator 16c a copy BICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky I i1 w Instantly Relieved Quickly Cured By the o- fParacampll p A Soothing Cooling Healing RemedyIReduces the Swelling Removes all Soreness Draws out Fever and Inflammation Prevents Bad Odor Stimu lates the Circulation Keeps the Feet Warm Comfortable Policemen Motormen Conductors Clerks all those who are their feet a great deal should always keep a bottle of PARACAHPH in their homes for use at night Gives Instant Relief Corns Bunions Frost Bites We Guarantee every bottle to do What we claim for If falls your money will be refunded cents cents and 100 bottles At All Good Druggists For sale by S E WELCH Druggist I r Richmond Greenhouses 1Etl I LONG DISTANCE PHONE NO 188 Plants Cut Flowers and Designs ALBERT REICHSPFARR Prop Ohio College of Dental Surgery riDeportment of Dentistry University of Cincinnati riCentral Avenue and Court St Cincinnati U no The best and is us and and on to and it it 25 50 This College was organized in 1845 and the IiSth Annual Session begins about October 11 1903 Throe sessions of seven months each are required for graduation This is tho first Dental College established in the West It is coeduca tional aud has a teaching of twenty in structors Its buildings are modern and well adapted to the requirements of modern dental Optionaltion are also given 53fFor further information and announce ment address H H SMITH D D S Dean 116 Garileld Place Cincinnati Ohio FTHECITIZEN i LOCAL AND PERSONAL ji i i W H Porter is spending the week in Owensboro Ky W H Robe near his home at the Hill Farm caught rattlesnake alive It is three feet long is kept con fined in a barrel Miss Grace Shrock of Ashtabula Ohio came yesterday for a visit at tbe home of Miss Anna Hanson Mist Shrock is a sister of Perry F Shrock Wm G Best formerly a student here but who is now taking a cour e in dentistry at the Ohio College o Dental Surgery at Cincinnati was a visitor in Boron this week The Berea College baseball team t suffered the worst defeat of the season Saturday when a team from the Kens tucky School for the Deaf at Danville h shut them out with a score of 11 to 0 John Henry who recently killed Will Easley at Cincinnati was arrest wl hero Tuesday night at the home of his mother by Marshals Tatuui and Watkins Henry will be taken to Cincinnati for trial C W Johnston wife and little boy formerly of this place are visiting Mr Johnsons brother and sister in Ros coe South Dakota South Dakota says Mr Johnston is fast becoming an important dairy and cattle State Miss Ethel Todd is in receipt of a souvenir postal card postmarked Rome May B It comes from her aunt Mrs M M Spaulding who is traveling in Italy The card contains a good picture of the Cathedral and leaning tower at Pisa Dr W B Boon of Kingston a re cent graduate of the Louisville College of Dentistry paid a visit to his friends Mr and Mrs Branaman and the professional men of our town on Friday Dr Boon received first lion or and a gold medal at Louisville He will travel for a time and then settle in Central Kentucky At the Berea public schools last Friday evening appropriate temper ance exercises were held participated in by pupils and friends anti ladies of the W C T U The boys and girls signed the pledge and received badges as members of the Loyal Tem perance Legion The list ofsigners will be published next week Twenty years ago on May 14 1883 Mr E T Fish the genial manager of the Berea Telephone Co was in the habit of smoking three cigars a duly at a cost of 15c Being solicited by an insurance agent to take out a policy he then and there gave up the habit took the policy and thefifteen cents a day saved more than paid his J annual premium of 4782 Last Friday May 1C Mr Fish received check for 110024 This incident speaks for itself Perhaps the most important meet ing in Madison county this year is that to be held on the afternoon of graduates Sunday May 31 when Father J A R Rogers first Principal of the Berea school is to give an ad dress commemorative of the fifty years which have passed since the founding of the Berea church Mrs Rogers also is to be here her first vis it since leaving Berea in 1879 It will be a special occasion for the gathering of all old settlers the venerable men and women who remember Father Rogers and Brother Fee and the stirring times before the war All the old people of the region and especially all who were pupils of the school or otherwise connected with Dr Rogers as neighbors or acquaint ances will be present After his ad dress there will be remarks by others who can speak of the early days of Beroa I t COLLEGE ITEMS The College Band is in fino shape Prof Dodge BUggestfl that if the ball team could arrange a match with a team that was deaf dumb and blind they might win a game Prof J W Dinamoro goes this week to West Point Mississippi to deliver the annual address at tho Mary Holmes Seminary at that place Henn Klima is now engaged on tho Dally Eayle of Butler Pa as operator of a linotype typesetting machine Butler is a thriving and progressive town in the center of the oil and gas fields of Pennsylvania James Ed Ewers for five years a student here but now studying at Yale is suffering from an attack of typhoid fever though it is not consid eras a severe case Tho closing weeks of the Spring Term are especially pleasant The girls are enjoying themselves in the great swing in the yard of Ladies Hall tho bays are busy in the most r f agreeable kinds of farm and garden work and the interest in all the stud ies grows intense as we approach the end of the school year The students and general public- are very grateful to the College anti Prof Dodge especially for such a splendid musical treat as that fur nishod by the Chandler School filet Club on last Friday night Tho pore feet blending of the voices and the excellent expression in the songs were remarkable One hearing James A Myers of the Fisk Jubilee Singers staletment that he is the finest tenor they thefpublic He also reads Paul Laurence Dunbars poems in a most realistic and charming manner The program was stretched to nearly throe tinit its original length by encores rho teachers of these boys certainly have reason to feel proud of their wor- kCORRESPONDENCE I L I FREE SCHOOL BEGINS JULY 6 Every parent Hud every teacher should remember the resolution of the County superintendents that our free schools should open uniformly the first Monday after the Fourthof July except when Use Teachers institute begins at that time More children can attend iu July than at the end of the term when the schools begin late Let everybody get ready niul him the schools start promptly PULASKI COUNTY BEE LICK Jr L TotttMi of Stanford was here last week Edgar Goooh of Albin attended church hereSuudny Hugl Mullins and sinter Maggie of rod head section Spent Thursday and Friday with their sister Mrs J M Reynoldn A welding to report next week Walter Hays was here Satur day and Sunday Gnrfield Isaaci and sister of Woodstock passed through taste Thursday euroute to Stanford where the latter will take the teachers examination Dessit Albright of Albright attended church here Sunday Kev Thomas Smitl filled his appointment nt the Baptist church Sunday GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE No rain yet Quit grumbling you cant make it rainMr and MrlT B Carter have returned after a pleas ant visit to Louisvlle Mrs Toni Green Mrs Mary Hammuck std Mist Milda Napier paid a visit to Mrs W P Wells last wookIrs J C Xapi er and Mrs Hammack visited Mrs Dr Montgomery and Mrs W A Myers Saturday Tom Green finish ed planting corn Saturday morning Then he and his brother John took in Crab Orchard in the evening There was a box supper at Good Hope church Saturday night The young folks enjoyed themselves very much Did Eph get the prizesSamuel McCollom is very low at this writing and is not expected to livoMrs A J Hammack continues very poorly Mrs W A Myers has been quite sick for several daysWIII Gairuey lost a very line cow Thursday Born to the wife of J D Carter on the night of 14th a daughter Neighbors send TilE CITIZEN to some of your friends and it will be appreciated be Hides building up a homo paper OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD We are listing very dry weather und as a consequence farmers ara behind with their plowing Circuit Court is in session ut Mooueville th- iwt6kH C Gabliunl Js very sick with heart troublu ut this writing Elmer Oabbard and his Muter Pearl visited relatives ou Cow Creek Saturday and Sunday H II Hicois it London Ky this week serving on the federal juryW 0 Caliban is U Booneville this week serving as jurymanW N Duffs family has the measles Tom Miter of Boone rillevisited relatives at thus pine last week MADISON COUNTY VALLEY VIEW John Vnndererpool and family have moved to High Bridge Bergin Howard manager of tho company store hero made a trip to Ford this week George Herald hiss returned from Breathitt couuty where ho has boon visiting As Joo Dewey was riding across the bridge in front of the post office a plank gave way un der his horse and he was thrown tho horse falling on him and seriously Injuring him Mary wife of Newton Muncey died at her lipme on tho 7th 1a inst of dropsy She loaves a husband and small children to mourn her loss Jamey Baker has returned to alluy View and is painting for Mr Miller N A urluywho has been down with fever iU long is able to be out aHninM King who lives a mil down tho river from hero caught a INh last week which weighed tI poundsROCKCASTLE COUNTY QOONE Forest fires are raging in this vicii ity nowHorn to Mr and Mrs John B Coylo on May 17 a fiuo girl Mrs Annie Poyutor of this place vie ited relatives at HOI kfonl Saturday and SundayRuv1 W Lambei visited friends at Hickory Grove Situ day Hattio Bush who has been visiting in this neighborhood for soum time has gone to ltkhimoudhI Yuutz who was taken sick at Broil head died Sunday Mrs Pntti Montgomery and Mrs Elmina Huff visited Mrs Etta Lambert last wool J H Logston of Hichmond visit ed ricotta hero Sunday Born to Mr anti Mrs A Nuklus a tine IoyV Lambert and family will move to Hr rea in the near future ROCKFORD John Albino of Richmond visited in Scaffold Cane Saturday and Sun dayMrs John Linvillu visited W M Rich MondayTho young folks appreciated the farewell social given May 10 by Elln May Harvey Curt Baker called on Thomas Linvill SnndayThero will bo preaching It Hast Scaffold Cane Sat urdy lull SII- IIday1 L Martin and wife visited TMOgg Sunday MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE WH are sorry to know that henry BiiKcom is seriously ill ut his homo Oil East Fourth St1ho funeral of Mrs Julio Williams an honored and re Hpected citizen was largely attendi from the Plymouth church Thursday She leaves n huMxtnd anti live chil drenThe munorial services of ROVH Johnson and Anderson will bo holt next Sunday nt tho Plymouth church instead of last Sunday ns was an uounced in last suoThe Lewis burg school taught by Prof R Davis hall its closing Friday afternoon Rev n1I Porlor nUll Dr Harry Tarlorol this city wore out and delivered interesting addresses The way the chil dreu acquitted themselves reflects quito a good deal ol credit on the teacher Mies Izfttu Berry is iudis poses at home in tho East EUlIOII the 27th of this month there will lw ii concert at the Bethel church undei thin supervision of Mrs Anna John son This promises to bo a grand musical treat SPECIAL PRIZES Mrs Henry Lceof Brookline Mass has given 55 in prizes for this Homespun Fair SI for best pattern of knotted fringe Mo second SI for best pattern of woven fringe TOe second S2 for bewt green coverlid dyed wits hickory or other barks Mrs Sarah D Lane of Boston Mast a friend of Berea College nUll a largo purchaser from the Homo spun Ddpartmenl has offered two ipecial prizos for plackets Woven in n pattern to bo either real madder and bark green or light walnut and light indigo tat prize SIOO 2nd prize 200 Write to Mrs IleUm Wright Graham Boron Ken ucky for exact colors and size A Mlllr Kiirljr ItUer Now mid then at bedtime will cure sonstipatiou biliousness und liver troubles DoWitts Little Early Ills ors are the famous little pills that cure by arousing tho secretions moving the Iwwels gently yet effectually nod giving such tone anti strength to the glands of tho btomiich und liver that the cause of till trouble is reinov lid entirely and if their use is contin lied for n few days there will bo no return of the complaint Sold by East End Drug Co If you tare a progressive student or successful nptodato teacher und du- Hire a position you should at once en roll Teachers Cooperative Union the most hustling vide awako teachers agency in the West Dont put it ofT Write immediately to IINKLKV BAKEK Managers Temple texas Mr Bakor is a graduate of heron College was for seven years a student hero is n nntivo Kentuckian atud well known heroEnV- ANTEnAgents ut once to take subscriptions for Till CITIZEN on our otter of i- tDollar paper for fly ccntc or in combination with the New York Tribune Partner S2 worth for Be See ud in anothor column Ono gent inadu 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Clraaroar Time Table In Effect Now II I102 I G2 a m Arrive a m Arrive 780 u m Arrive a ui Arrive 818 p m Arrive p m Arrive p ui Arrive 12 a m Trains end No fi make Lh for with o 27 J Stephens Ticket of re newed for new them a npecial new for weeks n Missouri are it RACER A hot a Gut It WE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIER CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works- C F HIOQINS Prop J J Brannaman WellMlectixl stock of Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agcnt for Naves Laundry unTHINGS WHICH YOU OFTEN BUY ICnlT and Collar buttons Pocket looks anti Tooth brushes and paper und Enoloppsallte Plwket knives anti Cannel Goods RazorsPerfumesDrugs and Patent Fruits and Candies Breakfast Foals GroceriesTheEAST END DRUG CO WAIT FOR THE WAGON And if it is a- STUDEBAKER Wo can all ride This is the highest priced road wagon built yet with all its excellent qualities and high grade finish we sell them us low an others offer tho common It is on such goods aa tho STUDEBAKER Wagon OLIVER Plows OBELISK Flour and BANNER Paint we get our big business Respectfully SNE WELCH JR rr1 yQR IO 1eRT14 Y ta pR tv- t LTct 1 Regal Shoes theIp Agency for M N Laundry Take nil your troubloM to him Work gunrantccd 14 REASONS Why 41 Mrs A T Fish eMil Invtl please you iu MILLINERY AND NOTIONS Largest Stock 2 Lowest Prictvt 8 lxHK flt llltIrielllt 4 Brat Styles personally Mtilectml Iu tho tHt New York City 1I11lutICon MAIN ANn CKNTUH Without HarnessIITho liortt house iu the world U of lit tle use n With well made xrfect fitting harmss on ho Unoniia both useful and oruttinental If style Is dortinxl our 10 BUGGY HARNESS will fill this bill to a dot It in light handsome and very durable If strength is the niitin coiikidura lion our 20 TEAM H ANESS will uioet all rixiiiruiin nlM C uldut bo Ntrougor if it was nil iron T J Moberly J Richmond KyI 11 WHEN IN RICHMOND Call at Covington Arnold Bra + For QiitHinswfxrt Glassware Crockery LampH etc etc MAIN Sun iniiuoMi KT SAVE MONEY Bj buying NEW AND SECONDHAND FURNITURE AND STOl S of R H CHRISMAN rb mu Huu Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky 180000surplus We solicit your patronage T JAMES RENNET Pres- S S PARKS Cashier 4 Sewing Wanted We are prepared to do all kinds of Sewing at reasonable terms For particulars enquire of Mines Myrtle or Joe Lewis Biraa t