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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i JfHIJHHHHHHWl i JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher IKxirrfit allAt foaeflet at Bum Ay m second HHHHHHHHHHHihH eMu mallmatter I VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY lOOt One dollar a year NO IDEAS Our wills determine our work Spiritual strength ia tho stJ ret of strengthTho of our influence depends on the depth of our earnest seas i Its no UKU for n man to pray to his 11 Father so long us he preys on his brother Jlaint horn TAKE NOTICE Tho regular weekly nrtieln on Eastern Kentucky at the Worldn Fair is crowded out thin week other y important matter but will bo resumed next week Local will be found on last page thin week instead of page 6 M usual FROM THE WIDE WORLD Mexico bas iiuutxl a decree forbid thug any persons bearing firearms to cross the border of the country The feeling prevails in London IIKlandand Tokio Japan that war between Russia and Japan cannot be averted The intimation that Japan broke off tho negotiation without waiting for the delivery of the Russian reply is now admitted to be correct and has occasioned no little surprise All it is a stop little short of a declara lion of war- LATCRJape began war Monday at midnight by attacking tho Russian fleet in Port Arthur Two Russian battlHhi were damaged and a cruis er sunk IN OUR OWN COUNTRY General business throughout tho middle West is said to IM better than for many months The Democratic Senators Lave agreed to permit an early vote on tho Panama canal treaty Three thousand Chicago school teachers have been given an iucroam of MO a year in their salaries The National Senate panned the Urgent Deficiency Bill by a vote which left in the bill the provision for a loan of SlfiOOOOO for tho St Louis ExpositionThe Committee on Naval Affairs ks decided to recommend tho appropriation of f000000 for tho navy increasing the marines end authorizing tho construction ofone now battleship and two armored cruisers Secretary of the Treasury Shaw has notified national bank deposition holding special Government deposits t that they may be called on within tho next ten days to py 30000000 in order to moot tho demands of the purchase of the Panama canal Tho most disastrous fire in the tile story of Baltimore Md began at 11 oclock Sunday morning and continu ed 28 hours before it could be gotten under control and oven then it requir ed the combined efforts of the fire departments of Baltimore Washing ton Wilmington and New York to accomplish It Two square miles was burned over and the loss in put at over 1100000000 COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY After being out ten minutes the coroner jury charged William Neal with the willful and premeditated murder of Jamea K Shrader at the Capitol hotel in Louisville The President appointed Maj A T Wood of Mt Sterling Pension Agent at Louisville The appointment of Maj Wood ia considered a Yerkea triumph by the Democrats The Bradley Bill requiring the registration ofall voters in towna from the first to the sixth class in elusive passed the State Senato and is now ready for the Governors sig nature Bloodhounds are said to be hot o the trail of the murderer of Night Operator Rucker at Danville followed by a large pose of oilicero and tilt zens Gov Beckham has offered a rewanl for the arrest andconviction of the murderer The Kentucky Building at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition St Louis Worlds Fair will be fittingly dedicated on Saturday of this week February The State Legislature in response to an invitation will attend in a body headed by Gov Beckham The dedicatory exercises will embrace a welcome address by President Francis himself transplanted Colo nel the tender of the building by President A Y Ford of the Exhibit J Association to Governor Beckha and his acceptance of same l Presltients omen XJ 1 DarelL do- llogoTHE CITIZEN sIThe True Story OF THE EFFORTS TO SAVE IEREA So many lurid and distorted ac counts of recent happenings in Bcrea have appeared in tho sensational let torn correspondents that our readers will be glad to have n brief and truth ful account of what has actually taken place The first intimation of trouble was in one or two newspaper paragraphs announcing that representative Carl Day of Breathitt County intended to introduce a bill prohibiting the atten dance of white and colored students at the name school with the express purpose of affecting Berea Leading Democrats expressed the opinion that the hill would not appear but it was duly introduced on the 12th of Jan and reads as follows That It ahdl be unlawful for any person- troporattou or utodailon of persons to main UII or operate any college or Inilltution lirre ponuni of the white and nrrro new are both mrlrttlaj pupil for Instruction and any taalntalnanrbofinrd tluuo and any Inon or corporation prohloDoImay operate Mid school renege or Inilllullon alter such ronTlctlon 2 That any instructor who shall teach In any school iiillrge or Initltutlon when members of old two race are received u pupils for Inilruc tlunahall be guilty of operatlug and maintaining Mme and lined a provided In the first tertlon hereof 3 It shall be unlawful for any white peraou to attend anr xhool or institution where negroes irerrxtvalaspupIhurreceiveinatructlonandItsball person to attend any school or institution where white ptrtoiii are recelreil ai Pupils orrerrlvr instruction Any person to o udlnl shill hi lined IX for each dar be attends such Institution or school Such a bill if passed becomes ef fective in 90 days from the end of the 00day session of the Kentucky LegislatureNews bill reached Berea on the 13th and the next morning at College Prayers Pros Frost read a brief paper to the students relating to the history of the Institution its prin ciples and the gradual demonstration which it has given that no harm comes from treating each human boo- Ing according to his personal charac ter without regard to the race to which he may belong We have never claimed that it was beet to have white and colored children mingled in the puhlio schools of Kentucky We have never denounced schools which bar out the Negro But for Berea under the Christian safeguards which exist here wo have seen that it was a good arrangement for both race and a benefit to the State A straw vote was taken first byI the colored students and then by the white which stood practically unanimously in favor of the present arrangementsIn it may be well to quote the two bylaws of the original charter which defined Bereaa po sition This College that be under an Influence ittlctly Chrlillan and u such opposed to ace LIIrlahna ilaveholdlng rule and eTtrjr other practiceThe hall be to furnish the taclllllr for a thorough education to all persons of good moral character For some days all was quiet and when it was learned that the bill was referred to the Committee on Education and would be seriously considered Soc Gamble went to Frankfort to consult the members From Madison County Hon C F Burnam R in Senate and HonRW Miller D in House On his return it was decided that Pros Frost should attend the first hearing set for Monday Feb 1st On Sunday night Jan 31 at Col logo Prayers the President gave a brief address saying he was starting for Frankfort and desired the prayers of all friendsof the InstilulionTheim prossion was said to exist in some quarters that President Frost and some members of the present Faculty billnto pass and thus have the colored element eliminated from the school This it was said would relieve the school of some ridicule now heaped upon it and improve still further the business interests of the town The President stated with emphasis that this impression was wrong He re gretted to hear that one or two busi ness men had been said to be writing letters in favor of this bill with the thought of increasing their business gains by depriving the Negro of his rights in BereatlI am humiliated that any man could misunderstand my own position Should thia bill pass which it will not and the Trus tees of Berea College consent to notmI for one should stand by the colored man and all the more in his time of need I could give my lifewhat- Is left of Itto building up a great colored school here near the grave of Brother Fee The President has been in frail health for some time and Mrs Frost accompanied him to Frankfort re turning in the small hours of Tuesday morning On Tuesday Rev Thom son and the evangelist who wad conducting meetings in the Taber nacle called on President Frost and said that there was BO much curiosity and interest over the bill that they thought they could have a better meeting at night if the President would give a report of his mission td Frankfort before the sermon Later when newspapers arrived with reports of the hearing at Frankfort there was surprise and indignation to see that citizens of Berea were reported as present at the hearing andrepresent ing people who opposed the bill as being in its favor Aspersions were also cast upon the management of the College President Frosts effort therefore in his remarks in the Tabernacle was to allay excitement and contradict rumors that the bill had already passed etc He began by saying that in politics men often feel compelled to act not according to their own beet judgment but in such a way as to satisfy the rougher element among their supporters In Frankfort he had been told that some men would not dare to vote against the bill for fear of offend ing some of their supporters The Committee had treated the op ponenta of the bill with entire court esy but had done a very unusual thing in having no public hearing but meeting those favor of the bill first by themselves in private Con sequently the opponents of the bill were embarassed in not knowing till afterwards what had been said According to the newspaper reports Mr McChesney had represented the College as a lawbreaker whereas the opponents of the bill could have shown that the statute he quoted applied only schools drawing rape nue from the State Moreover men were quoted as favoring the bill whose own names were on the remon strance in the hands of President Frost And furthermore according to the reports now published the Committee had been told that there had been failures in College manage ment things hushed upand the friends of the College had had no opportunity to hear or answer these insinuations which were more dam aging than direct accusations President Frost stated that his part had been answer a few questions and read the Remonstrance of the officers of the school which was as followsA REMONSTRANCE To the Educational Committee of the Joule of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Kentucky Gentlemen The undersigned officers and teachers of Berea College respectfully present this earnest remonstrance against the recommenda tion or passage of Housebill No 25 This Institution the only one in the State that is affected by this bill has been in existence for 48 years and has operated under its present charter lately renewed since 1865 During this long period it has been engaged in an educational and Christian work wholly benevolent and unsectarian and has gathered friends and stu dents and accumulated considerable properties These funds were given many of them with the express pro vision and nearly all with the implied understanding that in the words of the charter the privileges of the Institution were to be openlito all young peopl of good moral characterThis provision which is the same as that of the oldest andstrong eat schools in America and all the educational institutions of the Chris tiara world excepting those of the former slave statethis simple pro vision has been carried out in no spirit of condemnation for schools which do differently and with no compulsion for its students to associ ate personally with those distasteful to them We make this statement with emphasis as contrary statements have often foundcurrency The people who have known Berea hare heartily approved Iteven Continued on Pap e or and as as + and The of we and a one is we you Information Painting pricesfor c F K- yIlilIt1IIIIII I I I I I I HI I H OF Arizona Heating Ranges andryour specialty but first SIMMONS +o+o +o +o +o +o +o+o+o +o +o +0 +0 + o +o +o +o +o+o +o +o +o +o +o + o 0 oOur line of and is new and ouro oo+ + cYou it if from o 1 Crutoher Evans o 4Itso 0 to+ Joplin Old Stand K Day Phone 73 Night Plione 4o 0 0+ +00++0 ++++ +00+0 ++0 +0+0+0 +0 +0+0+0 + + t WEDDING II FO thirty wan we have been building our utation ai Jew thereforeI Write lot catalogue and call to see ut when la the eilYIbIO JUrW tnMI Kr II eta byr Douglas atones aM the beN shoe dealers tt C1CTIOII The genuine II II name gad price on bottom A i v11DqH0153 ll l Ioe rain I09 1AA PaIN atrae 11ft=1666720 utlnttt More Thou OouUtil lit rays THE r W L Kiuglai make and aelli more meni 300 ami 1340 shoes than auy other two man ufnctureri In the world W I Douglai 300 and 380 ihoef placed side by side 300 and 600 Ihoe of other make are found to be jut ai good They will outwear two pain 300 a 0ahoei Mad of the tnt Patent Corona Kid Corona Colt and rot flr jMt aa AIJ liana Ie tdW L Gilt edge Use cannot be equalled Shoe h moll u For sale by iR COYLE Berea r l 1iII1ItIIII1t Sixteen Departments ii Eight Pages ii 11 in to to A Family Carriage that combines beauty andcomfort with con venience is one of our well made easy riding buggies surrlea It is unexcelled for work manship durability comfort and will give more satisfaction for general than any carnage made Our prices are low can be made consistent with workmanship superior quality great number satisfied customers that have without dissatisfied proof that can please gladly furnished Repairing and Rubber l KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS HIGGINS Prop Richmond t I111HI111II I111t1IH SEE OUR FINE LINE and Cook Stoves and before yon buy Twork Nothing class work ARBUCKLE Richmond Ky o1 Furniture may depend upon its Sc Good CRTJTOHER EVANS Richmond 4iM 00 00 RINGS hifhclau everywhere Pairs four 1fUI1I ordinary and leathers Including NatlonaKangaroo Douaiaa eloCto R familyuse good THE BEREA- BARBER SHOP H M Ricer Prop Hair cut ISo Shave lOc Shampoo 15c massageIScRazors Razors Sold Shop just atoundthe corner on Center St and across from printing office We want you for a REGULAR CUSTOMER I 3llIt1lthHI I Given Away to our customers Handsome handpainted goldlined threecolor decorated 42PIEOE DINNER IOneother Saturday Call at our store and let us explain our plan to you East End Drug Co Subscribe for The Citizen r r The mu brbld the fit erenamrol bap bit the tbk u tbs enum nerwt AecuA rarr Reliability and J uritbllltr to lb hlffVtt dtffrt atlainabfo hone Flrrartal In IIdhe aatUfactlon bmredr end lavnnbtknowa tbs world around Oar lit a mot steels and vftried or eanhting5 Rifles Pistols Shotguns I YrIerIalMI for It rIratodralalor tpd In shooting roe1lelkdpereeat tnI IOnrtatotMtlnffpaxxleUabardtittorraek tubenapaat- oalpe of wofaatamleeer tIrpmut A I STEVENS ARMS TOOL w r o dos real rChicopee Fall Mam Dry Goods v Notions and i LadiesFurnishings CLOSE PRICES lad A Reliable House to dealwith WHITE GIBSON Main Street Richmond Dillingham Corner Select Dry Goods Notions and Ladies- Furnishings at the New Store Our stock is composed of exclusive patterns io Laces and tEjD designs in La DryGoodsOur plan will be not to a large stock poorly selected but a select stock constantly renewed by all the new styles and designs as fast as they come out Come in and see us Mrs Bettie Mason Main Street Berea Ky SIMPLE HYPERMETROPIC ASTIGMATISM AND MIXED MYOPIC ASTIGMATISM Will atop many from school Ican give relief by making glasses that give a twisting refraction This is the most dangerous of eye troubles If either of your eyes have become squinted you had better be up and looking af ter me at once I can make glasses to order in three days Call at my home or drop me a card and I will call at your room S McGUIRE Berea Kentucky Cured Consumption Mrs B W Evans ClearwaterKan writes liMy husband lay sick for three months the doctors stated he had quick consumption We procured a bottle of Bollards Horehound Syrup and it cured him That was six years ago and since then we always kept a bottle in the house We cant do with out it For coughs and it has no equal 25o GOo and SI bottle at the East End Drug Coa LET HER ROLL I know I know Where streamlets flow And ripples Ring the sun To hollows far Where shadows arc And tinkle as they run I know I do Where me and you Lithelimbed and clad of FOUl Skipped pebbles where The shallows Hare And where the rapids rolL The past was gone The morrows dawn field nothing to affright Nor me nor you Ute8 tildes were blue And kltucs meant goodnight And nights were wee Twixt then nnd me We stretched our days out long Ere sweet Goodnight Was passel from sight Sweet Morrow came along And your two hands Were just the bands That held my world together And held in stress By just a tress My soul neer tugged Its tether Lets live tho then All oer again In mmry to soul The days were glad That we two had 80 let the old world roll J W Lewis In Houston Post THE MISSISSIPPI BUBBLE I BII EMERSON HOUGH Author c1The Story of the Cowboy The GIrl at the EallwaynoweEtca- oplrlght1t by Emtnou Ooaj h CHAPTER IVCovnxiKi Ho cast on the ttblo tho Indian moccasin which had been shown tho sam party at tho Green Lion a few evenings before Eager hands reached for It Treachery cried Castleton I Lid Du Mesno four pounds for the shoe myselfOh ho said Pembroke so you too were after It Well tho long purso won as it doth ever I secretly gave our wandering wood ranger exgalley nlave of Franco the neat sum of J25 for this little shoe Poor fellow ho lilted enough to part with it but he said very sensibly that the JC23 pounds would take him back to Canada and once there ho could not only get many such shoes but see tho maid who made this ono for him tor rather made it for herself As for me the price was cheap You could not re place It In all tho exchange for any money Moreover to show my canniness Ive won back its cost a scoro of times this very night Ho laughingly extended his hand for the moccasin which Wilson was examining closely Tls clover made said tha latter And what a tale the owner of it carried If half ho says be true we do ill to bde hero in old England Let IIB take ship and follow Monsieur du Mesne Twould be a long chase mayhap nald Pembroke reflectively Yet each of the men at that little tablo in the yarning room of the Green Lion coffeehouse ceased in his fingering the cards and gazed upon this product of another world- Pembrokowas first to break the si lence and as ho heard a footfall at the door he called out Ho fellow Go fetch me another bottle of Spanish and do not forget this tlmo tho brandy and water which I told thee to bring halt an hour ago The step came nearer and as It did not retreat but entered the room Pembroke called out again Make haste man and go on The footsteps paused and Pembroke looked up as one docs when a strange presence comes into tho room Ho saw standing near the door a tall end comely young man whoso carriage be tokened him not illborn Tho stranger advanced and bowed gravely Pardon me sir ho said but I tear I am awkward in thus intruding Tho man showed mo up tho stair and bado mo enter Ho said that I should find hereI Sir Arthur Pembroke upon whom I bear letters from friends of his In tho northISir said Pembroke rising and advancing you arc very welcome andI I ask pardon for my unwitting speech I como at this hour and at thisI place said the newcomer for rea sons which may seem good a lIltlI Itter My name is John Law of Edln boro sir All those prcocnt arose Sir responded Pembroke I sm delighted to have your name I know of the acquaintance between your father and my own These aro friends at mine and I am delighted to name yc to each other Mr Charles Caatlcton Mr Edward Wilson We are all hero to kill the ancient enemy time Tis an hour of night when ono gains an appetite for ono thing or another cards or cold Joint I know not why we should not have a bit of both With your permission I shall bo glad to join yo at either said John Law I have still the appetite of a traveler in faith rather a better appe Ute than most travelers may claim for I swear Ive bad no moro to eat the last day and night than could be pur chased for a pair of shillings Pembroke raised his eyebrows scarce knowing whether to bo amused at this speech or nettled by its cool assurance Some ill fortuneho began po Utely There la no such thing as for luxe qivclh Jolla Lana Wo tAIL al ways ot our own iiult Forsooth I must explore Roman roads by night England Lath bullied better and the MyIlJrotherplease good friends and is quite na hungry as myself besides laving a pricked finger to boot and I lost what little wo had about us and wo camo through with scarce a good shirt between tho two A peal of laughter greeted him as ho pulled apart the lapels of his coat and showed ruffles torn and disfigured II The speaker smiled gravely Tomorrow said he I must seek mo out a goldsmith and a haberdasher If you will bo so good as to name such to said Sir Arthur Pembroke In tills plight you must allow me Ho extended a purso which ho drew from his pocket I beg you help yourselfThank you no replied John Law I shall ask you only to show mo tho goldsmith in tho morning him upon whom I hold certain credits I mako no doubt that then I shall bo quite fit again I have never in my life bor rowed a coin Besides I should feel that I had offended my good angel dill I ask it to help me out of mine own folly If wo have but a bit of thti cold joint and a place for my brother Will to sit in comfort as we play I shall beg to hope my friends that I shall bo allowed to stake this triflo against a little of tho money that I sec here which I take it is subject to tho fortunes of war He tossed on the board a ring which carried in its setting a diamond of size and brilliance This fellow hath a cool assurance enough muttered Beau Wilson to his neighbor as he leaned toward him at the table Pembroke always goodnatured laughed at the effrontery of the new comerYou say very well It Is there for the fortune of war said he It la all yours If you can win It but I warn you beware for I shall have your jewel and your letters of credit too If ye keep not sharp watch VYes said Castleton Pembroke bath warrant for such speech Tht man who can make sept ct le va thrice hi one evening Is hard company for his friends John Law leaned back comfortably In his chair I mako no doubt said he that I shall make trcnto et le va here at this table this very evening Smiles and goodnatured snoorlngs met this calm speech Trentc et le vaIt hath not como out In the history of London play for TO THE OFFICES OK THE liAXIC OF LONDON the past four seasons cried Wilson Ill lay you any odds that youre not within eyesight cf trcnte et lo va these next five evenings If you favor us with your company Be easy with me good friends raid John Law calmly I am not yet in condition for individual wagers an my Jewel Is my fortune till tomorrow at least Dut If yo choose to mako the play at Landsknecht I will plungo at tho bank to the best of my capital Then if I win I shall be blithe to lay ye what yo like The young Englishmen sat looking at their guest with Eomo curiosity His strange assurance daunted them Good sir said Law let us first all have tho Joint- I humbly crave a pardon sir said Pembroke In this new sort of dis course I had forgot thine appetite We shall mend that at once Here Simon fetch up Mr Laws brother who walls below and fetch two covers and bit to est Some of thy new Java berry too and make haste Wo have much yet to do Now we must to business cried Castleton as the dishes were at last cleared away Show him thy talisman Pent and let him kiss his jewel good by- Pembroke threw upon tho table onco more tho moccasin of tho Indian girl John Law picked it up and examined It long and curiously asking again and again searching questions regarding Its originI have read of this new land of America said he Some day It will be more prominent In all plans He laid down the slipper and mused for a moment apparently forgetful of tho scene about him Perhaps cried Castleton tho zeal the gambler now showing In his eye But lot us make play here tonight Let Pembroke bank His luck Is best to win this vaunt rs stake Pembroke dealt the cards about fcr tho first sound The queen fell John Law won Deux he said calmly and turned a way as though It were n matter of course The cards WIt round again TrolcV be said as hI glanced at his stakes now doublet againWilson murmured Lucks will him for a start said he but tis a long road Ho himself had lost at the second turn Quint Sclx Sept et lo vat in turn called Law still coolly sll1 regarding with little inter eat the growing hens of coin upon the board opposite the glittering ring which ho had left lying on tho tablo Vlngtun et lo vat Good God cried Castleton th sweat breaking out upon his forehead See tho fellows luck PtBbroke sure he hath stole thy slipper Such a run of cards was never seen in this room slnco Hlgby of tho Tenth made his great game four years ago Vingtcluq ct lo vat said John Law calmly Ill lay thee 50 to ono that tho next turn sees thee lose cried Castlcton Done eald John Law You lose Mr Castleton said Law calmly as tho cards came again hid way Ho swept his winnings from tho coin pushed out to him Now we havo thee Mr Law cried Pembroke Ono moro turn and I hope your very good nerve will leave tho stake on the board for so well see It all come back to tho bank ever as the sheep came homo at eventide Hero your lane turns And tis at tho last stage for the next is the limit of the rules of tho game But youll not win It Anything you like for a little per sonal wager said the other with no excitement In his voice Why then anything you like your self sir said Pembroke Your little slipper against J50 asked John Law Why os hesitated Pembroke for the moment feeling a doubt of tho luck that had favored him so long that evening Id rather make It sovereigns but sluco you name the slipper I even make it so for I know there It but ono chance In hundreds that you winThe players leaned over the tablo as the deal went on Once twice thrice the cards wont round A sigh a groan along buath broke from those who looked at the deal Neither groan nor sigh came from John Law lie gazed Indifferently at the heap of coin and paper that lay on the table and which by the law of playwas now his own Trente ct le vat ho said knew that It would come Sir Arthur I half regret to rob thee thus but I shall ask my slipper In hand paid Pardon me too If chdo theo for risking it in play Gentlemen there Is much In this little shoe empty as It Is He dangled It upon his finger hardly looking at the winnings that lay be fore hint Tls monstrous pretty this little shoe he will rousing himself from his halt reverie Dirt heard you not the wager which was proposed over the little shoe Y broke in Castleton Wilson here was angered when I laid him odds that there was but one woman in Ixndoi who could wear this shoe I offered him odds that his good friend Kittle Lawrence Nor had ye the right to offer such 1101Inssyou myself theres no wom an In England whom you know with foot small enough to wear It criod Castleton Meaning to mo asked Law pay lItol To any one cried Castleton quickly but most to thee I lancy slrco tie now thy shoe Ill lay you 40 crowns then that know a smaller foot than hat of Madam Lawrence said law nuvcly Ill lay you another 40 runts that Ill try it on for the test though I first saw the lady this very morning Ill lay you another 40 crowns that Madam Lawrence cannot wear title shoe though her I have never seen These words rankled though they were said offhand and with the license of coffeehouse talk at so late an hour Beau Wilson rose In a somewhat un steady attitude and turning towards Law addressed him with a tone which left small option as to Its meaning Sirrah cried ho I know nt t who you are but I would have a word or two of good advice for you Sir I thank you said John Law but perhaps do not need advice He did not rise from his scat Havo It then at any rate and be clvl cried the older man You seem a swaggering sort with your talk of love and luck and such are sure to get their combs cut early enough hero among Englishmen Ill not tolerate your allusion to a lady you have never met and one I honor deeply sir deeply I am but a young man started out to seek his fortune said John Law his eye kindling now for the first time and I should do very ill if I evaded that foams whatsoever it may bo Then youll tako back that talk of l Mrs Lawrence I have made no talk pf Mrs Lawrence sir said Law and oven had I I should take back nothing for a day mantl like yours Tls not meet sir where no offense was meant to crowd In an olTonslvo remark Pembroke said nothing Tho situa tion was ominous enough at this point A sudden gravity and dignity fell upon the young men who sat there schooled in an etlquetto whoso first lesson was that of personal courage Slrrah cried Beau Wilson I per echo your purpose If you prove good enough to namo lodgings where you may bo found by my friends I shall ask leave to bid you a very good night So speaking Wilson flung out of the room A silence fell upon those left withinSirs said Law a moment later I beg you to bear witness that this Is no matter of my seeking or accepting This gentleman Is a stranger to me I hardly got his name fair Wilson Is his name sir said Pam broke a very good friend of us all He is of good family and doth keep his coach and four like any gentleman For him we may vouch vory well n Wilson cried Law eplgtnK now to his feet Tls not him known to Beau Wilson 7 Why my dear sire hU father was friend to man of ray kin long ago Why sir this Is one of three to whom my mother bade mn look to get my first ways of Ixindon volt laid out These are some of tho way of Ion IIdon said Pembroke grimly lint Is there no fashion In which this mutter can be accommodated Pembroke and Castleton looked at each other rose and passed him each raising his hat ad bowing course ously Your servant er said the 1I1e And Your servant elr said tin other HAFTKIl 7 mEftS tdh01Jtlrn G Of IOHN LAW And when shall I end these gar merits to your lordsWji asked the haberdasher with whom Law was hav ing speech on the morning following the first night In London Two weeks from today nhl Law lln the afternoon rind not later than our oclock I shall have need tar them Sir said ho I shou III grad 10 please not only a friend ofal Arthur Pembroke but olio a geutan if such parts as yourself I h hate o promise But you must promise said JfSi LawWell then I do promise I will have this rpparel at your place on the day which you name Tls most extra ordinary but the order shall be flxo cured Law but half heard him for ho was already turning toward the door w bard h9 beckoned again for tax wailing chair To tho offices of tho Din of En sand he directed And forthwith ho was again jogging through the crowded streets of London The onicos of the flank of England to which this young adventurer now to nonchalantly directed his course were then not housed In any such strto ly edifice as that which now COCrJI the heart of the financial did tho location of tho young and struggling Institution in a byitr ot of the great city tend to give dignity ic a concern which still larked rq or tanco nnd assuredness Thither thon might have pone almost any yomj traveler who uCild1 a Utter of treat cashed or a bill changed after the fashion of the pawing goldsmiths Yet It was not as more tonicnl customer of a moneychanger that young Law now sought the Ban of England nor was It as n commercial house that the bank then cnmiuinel ntrentlon That bank young as it was had alrcaty berome a pillar of the throne of Encaml William distract- er by wars abroad and faUon nt home found his demands for funds over In Pares of tho supply Mora than that the People of Knglnndills covered themselves In puuiMlon cf a currency fluctuating mutilated and unstable MI that no man knew what- was hla schist fortune The shrewd young financier Montague chancclloi of tho exchequer who either by wis dom or good fortune hail sanctioned tho founding of the Bank of England vas at this very time addreniinc hiD self to the question of u roeolnao of the specie of tho realm of England lie needed help he demanded ideas nor was ho too particular whence he obtained either the one or tho other Tn HP Continue PRINCE NOT A CENTAUR IlnrliiK III Military Curorr King Eduard Tool lInT n Vnntj ramble The Intense love for all kinds of sport by the king of England has by no means rendered him anything ap proaching n capable performer In any branch of It himself Ho never could learn to play cricket which strange ly enough was a peculiarity also of both of his brothers tho duke of Con naught and tho lato duke of Kdlnburg Ills majesty has dono more thrn nny man in Europe to promote and cncour ago horse racing yet ho Is notorious a poor horseman and during JH mill tary career ho had many ant jty turn ble In his mibaltern flays In 1io crack regiment te Tenth hussars he was continually falling out of tho saddle and If it had not been for his rank and position the riding master of his cvn pany would have pronounced him a hopeless failure No ono over doubted his courage however and by tho ndvlco of the iii Queen Victoria w ho was made ac quainted with his Incapacity In tte saddle ho was forbidden to nount anthing but the qulctist horso that could ho procured The queen also InslstH that ho must take no part In htintlfi or In any form of sport In which these was an element ot danger The llijnltoos Flea She was a pretty and winsome mill colonial lady of four summers but ells began her first conversation Vilth t bus gentleman just out from England in this unpromising fashion Tho fleas blo mo a lot In the night Dear mo that Is very sad Then wishing to administer consolation onn In these trying circumstances tho gea tlcman from England addod Do they bite you in the daytime too No Why not Well you ace In tho daytime thefts busy biting grandma Grandma lived In England Then little by little tho visitor from that country got at tho little girls theory in which Imagination and gedsrapbr woro queerly mingled Knowing tluit it was night in Englanc when it wan dry in Australia she had pictured tbo flea as a wandering Jew dally hopping tho world In puraut of his laborious livelihood Cornblll Matauoa DR V H HOBSON jt Dcntist j KyWWKK AND iowsriitmitA Corrri ttmlriit Thus Dmrrlliti Illi Kipcrlcnrvi I can strongly recommend IJerhinH an it medicine of remarkable efficacy for indigestion loss of appetite sour taste in the mouth palpitation head ache drowsiness after meats with iHfttressing mental depressions and low spirits Hnrbino must bo a unique preparation for canes such as mine for a tow doses entirely removed my complaint I wonder at people going on suffering or spending their money on worthiest things when Ilorbina in procurable andso cheap fiOc aI bottle at the East End Cos tmn rtf obtsfa 0 H ir sn Trnrh nttdrnenlf ryNapntwustt Ii r tntLe r OpUdPhntaraceiMsUlniosD0 m nriiKK IN ONK IINITK Ono Minute Cough Cure gives relief in ono minuto because it kills the microbe which ticklis the mucous membrane causing the coughand nt the same time clears the phlegm draws out the inflammation and heals and soothes the affected purls Ono Minute Ciugh Cure strengthens the limps wards ofT pneumonia and is n harmless nnd never tailing mire in nil curable cases of Coughs Colds anti Croup Ono Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take harmless nnd ftoodI nliko for young nnd old Sold East End Drug Co R Good Iarestme0I For HlVn will Indby esprr snot iirrpaldi romplrtn New lfpriurn Ttlrcrph with IJrr OH mint with full lu ilruilluni for learning TKLKGUAIMI OIKUATING A Uwln tlne study that will nable IOU to cern- gnat MiffKcnil turmrTrlrcrnph C Ulnc which tiMcUlt a TMItly of HrwcltltlMi or tot the ukleg I will tend a Telephone CaUloc HERMAN C TAFEL VCHTTMINO tlCCTKICAL f4 e w Jtir IT see lOIn Kr When you feel blue nod that every thing goes wrong take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse and invig orato your stomach regulate your bowels give you a relish for your food sad make you feel that in this world is a good place to live For sale by S E WELCH JR Druggist REPAIR THAT LOOM Bereft College has secured market for homespun and homewoven goofs such as bed coverlids linen drew linsey jeans blankets etc at follow lUll prices Coverlids I4 to 16 Linen 40 to CO cents a yard Dross Linsey 50 cents B yard Jeans GO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes f3 a pair White linsoy and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2 yards 00 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homo made dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Bores College should find out what the College wanta before beginning to weave 01 spin For Information apply in per con oMrseHettie W Graham Bores Ky I The best physic Once tried and J you will always use Chamberlajna Stomach and Liver Tablets eaysIWilliam A Girard Pease Vt These Tablets are the most prompt most pleasant nud stoat reliable cathartic in use For Sale by S E WELCH JR Druggist Is your harness In goodrepair Spring plowing will soon be hors Gilt ready for it beforehand by put Mug Tour harness in good shape rromIair splendid line of Collar Tads Collars Dock Hands Bridles haute Chains Breeching Trace Chains llamas etc If you need a Now Set of Harness wo have tho lash Our prices are ex tremely low when you consider the quality TJ MOBRRLYithin Suet Illehmoml Ky n tUlUr Than Cnlil I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debility writes F J Green of Lan castor N II Xo remedy helped ins until I began using Electric Bitters which did mo more good than all tho medicines I overused They have also kept th y wife in excellent health for years Sire says Electric Bitters arc just splendid for tomato troubles lust they brO a grand tonic and in- vigorator for weak run down wonton No other medicine can take itI place in our family Try them Only SOc Satisfaction guaranteed by the Eon End Drug Co MONUMENTS Urns Hedtlons atturr Crash and UcrbU Work of all kinds done in a wnrkmsnlikn mariner nt ran sonable pricm andwith dispatch Allwork gear titixxl b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Cttrnnnt Miin IDIt Collins 51t- AN c KAItfY ItlMKH A strong honlUiy active constitu lion depends largely on tho condition of the liver The famous little pills known as Dewitts Littlo Early Risers not only cleanse tho system but they strengthen tho action of tho liver anti rebuild tho tissues supporting that organ Little Early lliiors nro easy to act they never grip Bud yet thoy are absolutely curtain to produce results that art satisfactory in all cases Sold by tho East End Drug C- oTist the Comfort Line I FREERECLINING CHAIR CARS On the popular HENDERSONROUTE Between LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLEST The WEST AndISOUTHWESTAs oIoJ 4 Free Reclining Chair Car service imtwnfii Louisville and St Louis dont you think it would pay you in traveling to Get the Hon derson Route habil7 It will us xAsk us about it L J Irwin Ornl Pass Agt Oeo L Oarratt Tray Pus Art LOUISVILLE KY IjJIJII1H11+IHI11III1I1H IIThe Home J JENNIE LESTER lULL Editor HHHWHJHHrHHHH TEN LITTLE TOES hby A clad In his tilglilfpmn white filMjrrnt parr u Mil good lilxtit And IIOmellOllr tells for unmobral knows The trrrlMo ale nf ton little toe KlRht toot This big toe took amall toy Hum Into the rii hoiird after the Jam This little toe raid Oh no no Thli Illtle toe wai nnxloui to go Thli little toe Mid Tint quite right This little tiny toe curled out of night Left hat This big toe got lUilileuljr tlubbrd This little toe gut ruefully tubbed j ThUllttlefrrUlitcnrd toe cried out UrarnV This little timid toe Run uptetrs owlIllmll a Jet with a loud elam stem Title little Irony too got all the Jam CLARA O DOIIIVKK Airing the Clothing An unhygienic custom in prevalent in some families of allowing children to sleep in the clothing worn during the day The effete matter thrown off from the skin thus becomes a source of impurity to endanger tho health and comfort of the child When the clothe are removed for the night they should bo hung up with the loiter surfaces exposed to bo thoroughly aired before again being worn Teach the children the neccs city of ventilating their bedrooms by keeping their windows partly open or by means of some simple device by which fresh air will Ira admitted at all times Precautions To le Taken ly Thou Who Arc Preditpossd to Consumption I Do not Urn in a damp locality in a damp house nor In a house with e damp or foul cellar or surroundings 2 Do not live In a house with defective plumbing or bad drainage 3 Do not frequent crowded or Ibadly ventilated assembly rooms nor sleep In close apartments 4 Adopt an out of doors occupa lion so as to live in the open nir G Avoid as much as possible everything that tennis to depress all excwuwfl should be avoided and keep free from anxiety and mental and physical overwork Those cnuswi by placing the sys tem below par render the poraonr loss capable of resisting the disease if ex tweed to the germs in such a way na- to bring about the development of consumption Antutla of fyytene IIIII11IHHHIIIIIIIIII1JIo 1tl JOHN WIRT DIHSMORJt EaltAt JHHI1IIIIIIIII At be Mullnrr They talked of their tmblta their cloths end heir cellAnd there lint a thing you can think of beneath The sun or the moon that they didnt dli- rtiai With a wonderful din and a wonderful fuse Hut the music wt had sit assembled to hear- The Ihrrr charming mothers of babies so dear The orchestra played that musical dream Of Schuberlahls laatuntll It would seem That a chorus of angel had caught up the theme And 1111 the tweet tune of their voice au t rrme To lift our aoula up but those fair moth era thre Still talked of their babies In Innocent Kite And how the grand chorus rings out through the hall And melody reign auprema over all Over all ave the molhera who seem to forget The charms of the music because they have aet- Thamltlvea for a talk their babies for leI- Wllhoul een a thought for those they have vexed They tell ua that mule will charm till wild breast Of the savage and ut him completely at rest Hut with babIes for text no song ever sung Can stop for a moment a fond mothers tongue Plttsburg Dispatch Prepared For the Worst Dey Is lellln bout de troubles dat de trusts la gwlnter make Dey hints dat bean happy II an Ignorant mistake An dey sometime has me gueailn wheth er drae old eyes o mint la gwlnter see de rose bloom an watch de atars dat shine Pegs cornarin de wheat crop an deys- curnerln de meat De white folks Is awonderln what deys gwlnter hab to eat Hut If dat wolf comes to my do hell nebber break de latch Cause 1se got a coop o chickens an a watermelon patch I lint oWn skyaht bout de way dem makketa go Ise only got to do a little scratchtn wit de hoe Whah do honeybee U workln kin o lazy same as me An all dem Insect folks Is Jea as happy kin be I doesnt dread no panic nor de busttn of a ring I may not mount to much but Ill be hap py as a king Ise made a small invei went dat dem trusts will nebbar catch Ise got a coop o chickens an a watermelon patch q =Washington Star HHHHIHHHHHHW The Farm SILAS CHESTER MASON Editor HaHaaaaaH+ 111111 Farm Buildings One of the most important farm economies consists in having buildings for stock and other purposes within reasonable distance from the house and with a clean plank walk from one to tho other The number of times in a day that the distance be tween house and barn must bo trav eled is so many that they should not bo very far from each other On the other hand house and barn should not be so near thrit the destruction of ono by fire must necessarily involve tho burning of tho other American Glnfsenf Mr William Henry Maulo gives the following directions for growing ging neng from need Prnparo beds from 3 to I feet wide and any length desire ella few inches above the surface A good way to form the outline of the bed is to set up boards G inches wide held in placo by stakes Fill with rich soil and mix all the humus decayed vegetable matter you can got with it Wellrotted horse manure may be us ed to good advantage in preparation of the bed Plant the seed In drills 6 inches apart and 4 inches apart in the drills cowering inch deep After the seed is planted cover the bod with a 2 or 3 inch coat of leaves straw or anything that will keep the ground moist When the plant begins to come up in the spring tho bed should be shaded from the direct rays of the sun by means of a frame placed over it on which straw or brush may be thrown The seed should always be kept moist as they will not germinate after they once become dry A Rod Hot Stovo Burns when you touch it but If you have Paracamph First Aid to the In jured handy and apply freely the pain is relieved quickly and it heals without leaving an ugly scar There is nothing so good for Burns Cuts and Bruises as Paracamph Try a i5c bottle TIT on a of the Dipper When out of the well the bucket Climb cool to the gray atones edge And polled by eager flngeri It ruts on the mossy ledge Then aweeter than harp or viol Or chime In steeple dim la the liquid twong of the dipper Against the buckets rim William llurd Hlllycr In Atlanta Jour nil Aro You Rostlosa At Night And harassed by a bad cough Use Mallards Horehouud Syrup it will secure you sound sleep and effect a prompt and radical euro 25c BOo and 100 bottle at the East End Drug Gos Sonar of the Hnlldfra COLUMBUS Strange terrors of the aea where boats are weak Berg tempest hunger tlilral the final groan And dura of deuthI dared them all to seek Some good to men unknown rnGRIY Push push your prowa out over the wild Huge- And call your strong thanksgiving to tIII the waters utmost verga A home where faith la Aul11NOTON See now there shall no tyrant write his name Allen uncomprehending on our pare Secure we hold her strong lAnd fair of fame Blood bought our heritage Nearly Forfeits Ills Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove 111 For four years it defied all doctors and all remedies But Bucklens Arnica Salve had no trouble to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Erup tions and Piles 25c East End Drug Co The Family Railway officials differ In tho de grees of liberality with which they define the word family when used on a pass An American copied tho In structions of tho Iarls Lyons Medlter roncan railway bearIng upon the sub ject as a lesson In liberality Ou that road a vase for one and fatuity Is good for tattler mother children grandfa ther grandmother motherinlaw father In htw brother sister brother ln law sisterln law uncle aunt nephew niece and servants attached to the family Mysterious Circumstance One was pale and sallow and the other fresh and rosy Whence the dif ference She who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings New Life Pills to maintain it By gently arousing the lazy organs they compel good die gestion and head off constipation Try them Only 25o East End Drug Co CARE OF MIRRORS flow to Clean and Keep Them In loud Condition In the first place it Is well In know a good cleaner This can lie made liy adding to whiting enough cold ten to make a thin unite HIMUOVH the fly specks with warm ten and dry tlm mir ror Then amour souse of the paste on the glass mud rub with n dry cloth A Rood way to polish the mirror U with a soft cloth and a few drops of aqua ammonia says the 1ltttthurK ChronicleTelegraph Cleaning with pa per not effectual unless the best jiml Ity of rng paper In used To scour mirrors makn a paste of Whiting and water Smear the surface with It and let It dry on the glass Then rub It off with tissue paper or with a soft nuwBpuper Hub gently for the particles of grit In the paper may scratch the glattH The following Is n good way to till In the scratches that often appear on the bock of mirrors Scratch nway the mercury fur about u quarter of an Inch around the scratch and wet the place with u clean rug dipped In alcohol Take a broken piece of mirror and murk out a piece of silvering larger than the iriace on the mirror Place a small drop of mercury on the center of this slivering allowing It to remain a few minutes Clean away the silver from around the patch and slip It from the broken glans to the place to be mended prctmliig It Into place with a small piece of cotton batting llotr to rrea Nlrrrr In pressing sleeves which lit the bane of the amateurs life keep a wooden rolling pin for that purpose alone Insert In the sleeve and the proving of seams and wrists also Is ax easily done as though It were n tint surface Cover pin with flannel Keep u heavy piece of flannel to lay over the Ironing board when pressing wool goods This pre vents the shiny spots objectionable In a finished garment Flow to lack a Trunk The secret of good packing U firm ness and smoothnffri and to attain these everything should be put In the trunk In layers Before putting In the dresses have n firm layer of undergar meats and then proceed with the thick est and heaviest of your skirts The skirls should be folded as nearly an possible In the folds they take In wear See that you lay the skirts alternately III different directions that If the waistband on one Is to the left side of the trunk the waistband of the next Is at the right side for thus the level will be preserved Itetween light and dark dresses place a towel to prevent the for mer soiling the latter fold bod Iten Afar as can IK In the lines which they take upon the figure Put stiff lightly crushed paper Into the sleeves and nllll Into bows and puttings to prevent ther being creased and then pack ns tightly as convenient When taken out of the trunk they will be found uninjured How to Keep Milk Sweet A tiny pinch of carbonate of soda or salt Trot Into the milk us soot as It nr rites will help to prevent it from turn ing sour nnd If it seems Inclined to turn and Is slowly heated to nearly boiling point and a pinch of carbonate of soda then stirred In the sourness will disappear Some people also add a tiny pinch of sugar How lo Fill Your Pipe Worshipers ut the shrine of My Lady Nicotine will be Interested In u corre spondents method of filling a pipe a method from which he has obtained results greatly superior to those yielded by the old style He places a wood en match down the center of the bowl Its lower end entering or covering the hole that leads to the step nnd hold- Ing It In position with one finger press es the tobacco firmly all round with the unsharpened end of a pencil The match Is then withdrawn the pipe lighted up and the full flavor of the toe bacco extracted without waste flow to Remove Paint From Glass Splashes of paint on glass If left for any time will become hard To re move them take boiling water and In It dissolve a lump of soda a piece about the size of an egg to n pint of water Wet a cloth or piece of launch In this and rub the marks when they will be found to come off quite easily now to Make Salad A salad should always be properly washed not In one but at the very least In three or four waters It should then be carefully dried leaf by leaf It Is Impossible to produce a successful salad if the green stuff In question Is In the least degree damp Again u salad should never be cut with a knife not even a silver knife When washed cord dried it should bo torn into pieces of a suitable size Thirdly the oil and vinegar used should be In the propor tlon of two spoonfuls of the former to ono of the latter Slow to Clean Silk Dresses A little ammonia In a few teaspoon fills of alcohol Is excellent to spongo Bilk dresses that have grown shiny or rusty as well as to take out spots A sill particularly a black becomes al most like new when so sponged How to Treat a Uralied Finger If In hammering in a nail you by mistake hit your finger or thumb hold tho injured member in water as hot as you can hear for n few minutes This draws out tho inflammation and re lieves the pain In a wonderful way How to Make Orangeade Slice three sweet oranges and one lemon into a Jug with two ounces of sugar candy Pour over this one quart of boiling water Stir at intervals till cold Porfoct Confidence Where there used to be a feeling of uneasiueoBs and worry in the house hold when a child showed Symplons of croup there is now perfect confi dence This is owing to the uniform success of Chamberlains Cough Remedy in the treatment of that disease Mrs M I Basford of Poolesville Md in speaking of her experience in tho use of that remedy says I have a world of confidence in Chamberlains Cough Remedy for I have used it with perfect success My child Garland to severe attacks of croup and it always gives him prompt relief For sale by S E Welch Jr A Beautiful Valentino St Valentines greeting to all who love to snuggle close to Natures heart a beautiful creation in water color with a handsome 1901 bicycle girl for its center her bloom of rosy health happily blending with the sunshine of an opening Spring If you want one free just drop postal to Pope Mfg Co Hartford Conn or Chi cago ill- CIIANCE rOHTIIKClTiyKVH ItKADKItS Coupon Worth Sac ir Presented nt tin Kant End Drug Company In order to test TILE CITIZENS great circulation and its superior advertising value we have made arrangements with the East End Drug Co the popular druggists to offer one of their best selling medicines at halfprice to anyone who will cut out the following coupon and present Hat their store COUPON This coupon entitles the holder to one f0c package of Dr Howards specific for the cure of constipation and dyspepsiaat half price 2f0 Ve willrofuud the money to any dissatisfied purchaser THE EAST END Dnco Co TWENTYFIVE CENTS Dr Howards specific for the cure of constipation and dyspepsia is not an unknown remedy It has made many remarkable cures right here in Derea Ky and so positive are the East End Drug Company of its great superiority in curing dyspepsia con stipation sick headache and liver troubles that they will in addition to selling it at half price refund tho money to anyone whom it does not cureIf you cannot call at their store cut out the coupon and mail it with 25 cents and a BO cent box of of the specific will bo sent ycu by mail charges paid Do not put it off One today is worth two tomorrows Local Correspondents Wanted The Bible Institute Col port age Asssociation 260 LaSalle Avenue Chicago is seeking to widen its con stituency and scope of good to be done through the dissemination of the Gospel by means of the printed page through Christian workers and laymen everywhere especially in the country districts They wish to effect a more or less permanent organiza tion of local correspondents Christians who are in touch with spiritual conditions in the vicinity of their home who know the Christian workers Sundayschool teachers and similar laymen aud who could assist tho Association especially in carefully distributing announcements and cat alogs of Gospel literature Bibles etc Tho local representative will not be required to sell the publications of the Association though orders will naturally and easily come to him and on ucha cash commission will be paid For the work of distribution of printed matter and such other simple service as may be rendered the Association will give liberal remuneration to the correspondent in valuable books Interested readers of this an nouncement are invited to address the Association for further particulars Tho plan is adapted for men and women alike and to those connected with any evangelical denomination Special Discount to Students Students desiring or in need of dental work this week call Dr Truett at tho residence of G W Settle op posite Bicknell eC Earlys WHKN YOU HAVK A COLD The first action when you have a cold should be to relieve the lungs This is best accomplished by the free use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy This remedy liquefies the tough mucous and causes its expulsion from the air cells of the lungs produces a free expectoration and opens the se cretions A complete cure soon fol lows This remedy will cure a severe cold in less time than any other treatment and it leaves the system in a naturaland healthy condition It counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia For sale by S E Welch Jr o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o+o ++o +o+o +o +o +o +o+o +o+o +o +o +o +o++o + + +o 0 n Your Orders for I to oLong Distance p 188 or The CITIZEN office+ o o Plants Flowers and 1- D ofeSlgnswill be filled promptly + oLarge0I o o Richmond Greenhouses Albeit Roichspfarr o Richmond Kentucky PZ t+o +o +o +o +o +o+o +o+o+o+o+o +o 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ger When you conic to the change of life Mrs Webbs mean more to you than it does now lint you ma now avoid the suffering she endured Druggists sell bottles of Wine of Car- duiWINEOFCARDUI +o+o+o +o +o +o +o+o+o +o+o +o +0 + I FREE+ 0 Main StreetI My Breath I Shortness of Breath Is One of the Com monest Signs of Heart Disease Notwithstanding what many physio Zane say heart disease can be cured Dr Miles New Heart Cure has per manently restored to health many thousands who had found no relief In the medicines allopathic or homoeo pathic of regular practicing physicians- It has proved Itself unique In the his tory of medicine being so uniformly successful In curing those diseases Nearly always one of the first signs of trouble Is shortness of breath Wheth er it comes as a result of walking or running up stairs or of other exercises It the heart Is usable to meet this extra demand upon Its pumping powersthere- Is something wrong with It The very best thing you can do Is to take Dr Mlles New Heart Cure It will go to the foundation of the trou ble and make a permanent cure by strengthening and renewing the nerves know that Dr Miles New Heart Cure Is a great remedy For a number of years suffered from shortness of breath smothering spells and pains in my left side For months at a time Iwould be unable to lie on my left side and If lay flat on my back would nearly smother A friend advised using Dr Miles New Heart Cure which I did with good results I began to Improve at once after taking several bottles or the heart Cure the pains In my aide and other symptoms vanished I am now entirely well All those dreadful smothering spells are a thing of th- epastF I DRAKB Mlddletown O youtheAntiPainfor Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your casehtellyou what Is wrong nnd how COLADORATOnIES +0+0 +0 +0+0 +0+0 +o +o +o +o +o fSubscribers of I ooi The l+ 0 AMERICAN FARMER t+ 0 1oa A Leading Agricultural Journal of the + Nation edited Able Writers This 1I1o1tbeprice of ONE 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thanked within three weeks after tending u money notify us Subicrlliera wishing THE itopp must notify ui at the expiration of their tu KTlption paying all arrears we ball tontldcr that wish It continued sour Untonce otiany your ad ere glvlug both old and new addresser MUiln Numbera duo to wrapper combo oft In the malt or otherwise be sal plied If we are notified Agents Wanted In every locality Write tor terms Anyone tending us four new rearly lubucrlptloiis receive Till CITIICN free for sac year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY THE OLD SPEED- WELLButcher Shop I MEATS Tender and Juicy The Famous Jellico COAL at wholesale or retail BOARDING by the week day or meal R D MASSIE Prop Main Street Berea Ky THOSE No 20- GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Lunch counter Agent for Langdon Broad Your patronage is solicited T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Ky ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass pricesMerchant shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop Kvcourt FRESH BALTIMOUEOYSTERS in Bulk or in Cans CELERY CRANBERRIES ETC Always on hand at- TEUPHOXI JOESNo M Joes Corner Richmond Ky DR M E JONES e Dentist e OfficeOver Printing office BEBCA KY Office Days Wednesday to endof the week A J THOMSON GROCERIES AND NOTIONS Fruits and vegetables a specialty OPPOSITE BUBDETTEB MILL Berea Ky Miller House fitUd up Meal and Boar and Lodging at popular prices Next door to Joes R G Eng Prop Main St Richmond Ky Williams is better prepar ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean ing and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Main Street Berea Ky The Citizen 1 a year 6 mos 50c A A X Ar i 1 Irntint CdrJmrrt tIiP f sil do 1imo1l71 adgyorrd yoor CapidMYour l fil1fiiP lrPhodo ut r kfuiynfoF hl a fdPPmPdmore lxP atllirQ fqJtlcl1 P CIIlII1 oo Lf 7hatqm lot rn- rlJirorriOPedLoYP3cy POOLEYS VALENTINE HERE was no good reason why T the comic valentine should have hurt young Pooley but It did hurt him though he hugged the mortifi cation to his bosom with Spartan for titude and laughed so much at It that no one in the family circle suspected that he did not enjoy it as much as they evidently did The points of resemblance between the valentine clerk and Pooley were not striking Pooleys ears were of normal size and did not flap from tho sides of his head in a manner suggest ive of an alarmed elephant nor was he in the habit of docoratlqg them with quilt pens They would hardly have known a quill pen In the office If they had seen one Then he had rather a good noselong enough to express sagacity but not so long as to smear tho columns of figures In the ledger before him when he was work CALLED FRIENDS ATTENTION TO Ing at his desk nor was It of a bright crimson color He did not wear n grassgreen coat or red and blue checkered trousers and purplestriped shirt cuffs and being a rather modest and wellconducted young the charges of snobbery and bumptiousness In the atrocious doggerel be low the valentine seemed singularly flat and Inappropriate But It was true that he was a clerk and though he had never considered that dis graceful it somehow seemed to him now to afford ground for the sneer At the least Pooley thought it showed that somebody disliked him probably honestly believed that hi was snobbish and bumptlouo so that his maligned ears tingled and hi burned with resentment every time the comic valentine met his eye That was quite frequently for he had taken particular pains to have pinned above his little work table It the sittingroom Just to show how little he cared When friends came In he was sure to call their attention to itIn addition to this Pooley spent much time speculating as to who hat sent the thing He compared the hand writing on the envelope that had con tamed it with the handwriting of his friends and acquaintances and came to many conclusions the result of which was that his friends began to complain among themselves of a certain change in his mannera lack of the old warmth and frank kindness and a cold and distrustful air The evil Influence lasted for exactly one year For some months before the St Valentines day following he had been more than slightly under another influence It had pretty golden hair and blue eyes and its name was Margaret Margaret was a friend of his sister and had been to Pooleys house several timesSo it happened that just before St Valentines day Pooley spent quite an extravagant sum of money in the pur chase of an arrangement of laces ribbons violets and amatory verse which ho directed with his gloved left hand and mailed secretly On the morning of St Valentine day he himself re ceived a modest little card which seemed to give him inordinate delight His sister noticed It and wanted to see what his card was but Pooley firmly refused to gratify her curiosity Its another comic one declared the sister Youre afraid to show it Her remark somehow dashed Poo leys pleasure He was nervously apprehensive for the rest of the time that be was In the house He start ed at the sound of the postmans sec ond knock and felt an unaccountable slnklig of his spirits when be returned home that evening- It was a pleasant surprise to him therefore when he found nothing ul froi DG snal7j oiooFjo9 lsowmy hj ryesVAMidn Ala r2wP jta1 JCiJ iilfJt H M yhro cinAP dm lfPHfPB0YPRAA t- 7lbpraincdoirimy ro Gr Gbbiet SfrSny his bot2 So iotinfho more Ithpralfe 71S o OrOM IdPoSS lips l U hifntj has no fjonrfr SoareaTds rn h3 eyts KCLJ worse than Margaret not that she had the appearance of awaiting him In fact she seemed rather surprised than otherwise to see him though of course It was natural enough that he should be at his own home The sister was goodnatured and she went away and left Pooley to entertain Margaret The talk somehow turned on valentines and she said she had re ceived one that she liked very much Indeed She described It as consist Ing of violets lace ribbons and poetry The poetry she thought was sweet but she blushed as she said It and It sounded better than that Pooley said he had received a valentine too and he felt encouraged to say some things about Itand things In gen eral that put them on exceedingly familiar terms In the course of about fiveminutesWell Pooley at last this Is a different Valentines day to last years to me Did you ever see that thing Do you think it looks like me Id like to know what Idiot sent 1L The last words he spoke In a bitter tone The pentup resentment of a 111S IT man year was In his voice Then he Idoked down at his new valentine She was white and looked shocked and frightenedWhat is it Margaret asked Pooley with much concern Oh she cried bursting Into tears It was I sent that horrid thin- gIi didnt know you thennndnnd- Itwe were sending a lot of them the girls and anyway I know It war silly but I didnt think It would hurt anybodys feelingsand to think that it was you Oh Im so unhappy and Ill neverOh haw said Pooley You dont think I mudded Why i thought It was a good Jokebut Its a better one this year Then he took down tho comic valen tine and gazed fondly on the atrocious cleric then folded It up tenderly and put it Into his breast pocket Chlcagi Dally News Bt Valentines Dny The 14th of February is observed In commemoration of St Valentinus a bishop of Rome noted for deeds of kindness and beneficence Shake speare refers to the day as one on which birds choose their mates From whatever source the day derived its origin It appears that sending friend ly or sentimental messages on the 14tl of February Is an ancient tlme hon ored usage It is a pleasant and harmless diversion if not abused Girlish Confidence You told Charley Chubblna you thought he sent that beautiful valen Unel Yes Charley is a very nice young man with good prospects But you know well enough that he didnt send it Of course But it didnt do any harm to let him know that I shouldn have been a bit angry if he had Washington Star Pupa Kicked Slim Tessle Papa got an awful valentine that said he was an old muleand- he thinks you sent It WillieWhy I dont see how he can suspect me Tessle But surely you remember how he helped you off the front steps the last time you called Detroit Free Press Feminine Comment Bess Tha sending of valentines enables us to secretly reward our friends and get square with our enemies NellSure thing Its a poor valentine that falls to either pious a woman or make her madChicago Dally Newt To an Old Sweetheart Til time for valentine my dear Tou jilted me I think laat year And I should now revive the flame Hut gobdneaa Ive forgot your name Detroit Free Press THE SUNDAY SCHOOL laaoa In the International Serlci tor Kebrunry 14 1UU4 Jeans Koriflvea Sine TUB LESSON TEXT Mark 2112 iOIDKV TliXlWTlie lOon of limn sisal tumor on vurth I o furnlvelnaMark Uiltl- OUTLINK 01 SCnilTCUB SUCTION Irpuchlnc tourMnll 4n H Preaching IlIurMRrk 1331IreachIstg tuurluke Z4Z4I Healing elser Malta 14- HeailiiK a sellerAlark llu4S Healing u leperLuke 6lMd healing n paralytic Matt 9 llttlmg n ISraltlcJlark I 111 muting a lnralttcLuku 517W Time The early summer of A D IS Kurly In The Yeur of Public Favor Ilace Jesus temporary home ut Co pcrnaum probably the house of the former lUltitnan Simon 1ctcr- NOTKS AND COMMENTS Into Capernaum Jesus headquarters for about half of Ills ministry After some days During which lie was on a preaching tour among the towns of Galilee 139 It was noised that He was In the house Or at home is In the margin lie still had a place ale could call home It was probably Peters house Since Jesus had left Ca pernaum He had been much tallied about both by the common people who vcro His stanch friends and the scribes and religious teachers who very naturally looked upon Him with suspi don New methods and teachings is cclnlly If they are religious are usu ally looked upon with suspicion Many were gathered together Thu friendly common people were In the majority tut in the most prominent places were the scribes and members of the rep gious aristocracy They considered Jesus an unauthorized and unsafe teach er and meant to watch His movements very closely lie shake the word unto them lie was In a private house and simply and Informally speaking to them of the kingdom that was at band and of goodness and faith us conditions of en trance Into It The crowd was very dense both In theI house and about it so that those whoI were bringing the sick man to Him and who were likely to be a little late could not even get treat Him They come The relation and friends of the man The palsy A form of paralysis Borne of four Only four of those who came with him actually carried him When they could not they sterns ered the roof When they could not they did there was to way so they made ins there were obstacles and they ant mounted them Such determination Is ajagnlflcent of tours they accom plished their purpose Broken It up Ik member that the roofs of tho Email r trial houses were usually lat end a hcd by a small outside stairway They were made of rafters laid close to a ther then a layer of brushwood and upon that 10 or 12 inches of solid earth This of course could be dug through without permanently Injuring the roof Naturally the scribe who sat undrr the places where the digging was going on were not In the best frame of mind by the time the man was let down Their faith Men who hew out a way for themselves In spite of all ob taclc do rot do It without faith that success U possible and thnt the struggle la worth while Those men had faith In Jesus It was nothing mystical perhaps not religious but real They had good reason to believe lie would actually heal their friend If they gave Him the chance The sick scan too had faith Son A sympathetic word Matthew adds be of good cheer words Mediated to lacroato tho mans assur flee Thy sins ate forgiven Jesus Sw In the man a dcire for more than phyrlcal euro lie knew the mans ifsrl and saw that they were rccon ciled He blasphcmoth Ho Insults lo J Straightway perceiving The crlbes did not speak but Jesus In ttnly felt their displeasure and knew what canted It lie would convince Ills critics of the truth of what lie IIQd about crclvens8A by healing the mans body in hit soul had been healed The Son of Man hath authority to forgive ring When we consider that two ele meats enter into the question of for giveness namely the heart of the sin- n r and tho heart of God and that Cods waiting to forgive the Instant the sin icr Is ready we see that the mean- Ing Is that Jesus could with authority announce forgiveness of sins Ordinary men cannot do this because they have tot the Divine knowledge of tho hearts of men and the heart of God that Jesus ind This incident Is Important as showing he beginning of the opposition of tho rthodox religious teachers As yet the loud was no larger than a mans hand jut within two years It would boa storm vhlch should break above His head and Increase In fury till It had taken the lIfo of the young man Jesus of Nazareth who went about doing good And ho arose A demonstration of the power and authority of Jesus They were all amazed Including the scribes who were probably roost surprised of all nut demonstrations have little effect on those who are most Interested In nalntalning their old opinions than Insetting at the truth And glorified God This cannot Include tho scribes Jesus Influence among the common pee ilo was growing rapidly the opposition of the religious aristocracy was solidify- Ing no less rapidly Spear Inlud Gods love Is not intensified by our Imitation of It You cannot hide poverty of thought with polysyllables- The best in this world never find their teat In this world It Is not necessary to be Irreverent In order to be reasonable Some men are praying God for a big arvest but they dont think It worthwhile to enlargn the barn It Is no use tailing a man brother t the church door If you are not going to ook on him as a brother at your own oor Rams Horn WHAT IS DEATH What Is death and what la dying What thll souring tar anal la the hnppy soul now flying from Ua prison houo of clay Yet tis soul from body parting Ixxtylng earth with all Ita atrlft On the wlnga of light Illt starling for the bright Immortal life Aa the egg contains the blrdltng That In time doth break the shell To cleave the air on atrongplumeit wing In umblent space to dwell So the soul rend mortal holding Mounts with joy through sapphire air And exults In new unfolding In Ua heritage moat fair Death admit ua to expansions Tta the key that aptu the door Of the house of many mnn lont On yon Kloryltghteil shore It la Uoda grand Invitation To the murriagefrast above Where the church In preparation Wnlts In white her crown of love A Van Dirwerken In N Y Observer FROM EARTH TO HEAVEN llopr of liuiiiurtnllly fiiniiiioii to A- IAgeIdtr After llrntb the Uotel Irunle Heaven belongs to the unseen world A narrow horizon limits our view be cause wo live in the material the nature al world to which we are adapted and in which wo continually touch the boun darles of knowledge nnd to which our fellowship Is restricted But though unseen by mortal eyes says the Unites Presbyterian heaven In not far removed from us Indeed the natural and the spiritual overlap each other so that we are not always able to define the boundary between the two They are like consecutive moments with no gap between tho one flowing Into the other The revelation given us Is of continuity of life and consciousness The morta returns at death to Its kindred dust but the soul the Immortal enters Into the full spiritual life The roulii of be levers arc nt their death made porter in holiness and do Immediately past Inn glory Life and Immortality are brought to light In the Go iiol Christ came to give life and lie gives It more abundantly Ho does not narrow but enlarges life lie does not restrict but takes away tb limitations to that In leaving the pre eat conditions by virtue of our untot with Him we enter Into Hlo glory Christian faith no lays hold of the ides of life of conicloutnes Intelligence fellowship and activity that hope bas always thus penetrated within time and rejoiced In the confidence vllII what we call death Is the Imm nnrkInelUland the beyond becomes a gloomy uncertainty but faith recoils and group the hope that has sustained the saints of all ages Of the twveral patriarchs It In written He was gathered to his people The parted from their families not to grout Into an unknown land or Into un conrclouinoM but Into the fcltowshli of their people In the abodes of right cousne and to the companionship of tho spirits of the holy So Moses anti Aaron were gathered to their people Ir his groat sorrow Jacob said I will go down to Sheol to my son mourning Hln comfort now was that In death hfJ would go again to the compnnlonhl of the son whom he believed to have boon rent to pieces So David was com forted This hope of life anti fellowship runs e a thread of gold through nil recorded Christian experience It sr enters Into the hope of life that It needs not to bo spoken but Is breathed In all that is said and done In the New Tosta ment tho hope becomes a bright vision Moses and Elijah came from their glory to talk with Jesus and prepare hUm for ills approaching death Jesus speaks of the friends who are waiting to wel come to their everlasting possession those who had ministered to them on earth In the hour when darkness was gathering about Ills disciples lie gave them the assurance that lie would return for them to receive them Into the place prepared for them In the man slons of his Fathers house To the penitent one on the cross beside him he gave the assurance that not at swine dis tant time but Today halt thou be with Me in paradise Paul rejoiced In this hope and said that to depart and be with Christ is far better The wonderful visions of John reveal the re deemed as In the fullness of life ever praising Him who redeemed them by Ills precious blood Why multiply words This hope of passing Into the blessedness of holy Tel lowshlp Into the conscious joy of the fullness of life In the presence of God and In the pleasures at Ills right hand for evermore Is common to all ages It Is our comfort when our friends die In the Lord As we weep wo think of them as joining with tho spirits of just men made perfect In praising tho Lord who has redeemed us unto Himself and walls the appointed time when lie will open the door and receive us Into Ills glory ToMorrotrai Trouble Imaginary troubles are so much worse than real ones Wo should sari ourselves a great deal of needless suf fering If we would live more In the present and less In the future Said an old man Ive had an awful lot of trouble in this world nni half of It never hap pened It Is amazing how much of our expected tro vanished when tne time cornea for coking It squarely In the fees The utcrest charges on borrowed troub an bigh ttlOs e rimes INESCAPABLE TEMPTATIONS Are n Illr Which nub Off the Itual of SrlfCoullilrnre Truly Mnltl 1cnelon Every beginner In the Christian life Is sure to be surprised and possibly die tressed by the multitude of evil thoughts by which he Is from time to time as tailed sa a Wcllsprlng So numerous and so vigorous are these demons that tho poor bewildered follower of Jesus Is opt to think that his religious pro feu Ions arts only a sham and that his bopo In Christs forgiveness Is a and dangerous delusion It U of fondJgreat Importance therefore that Christian should botold attliu very start that one docs nut on giving himself to Chrtut place himself beyond the darts of tho evil one The New Testament make K clear that every Christian must watch and pray and this too without ceasing and that nothing less than the full armor of God Is sufficient to meet the varied assaults of the hotts of evilThe men who were the closest to tha Lord are tin men who are always reminding that If wo think we stand we must take heed lest wo fall In say- Ing tile they speak out of their own experience knowing how many are tlr pitfalls which Satan prepares for those who desire to live godly In the world nut no nuttier how sorely Satan tries us wo are not condemned unless we fall We cannot escape tempta tlon We cannot prevent evil thoughts darting through the mind Martin Luther expressed a comforting truth graphically when he said I cannot prevent n bird flying over my head but I ran keep It from building Its net In my hair As with birds so with thouGhts We cannot keep out entirely till evil thoughts and feelings which seem to well up In the heart from soma Internal source but we cn absolutely forbid them making their nests In the chambers of the rout We can say Get thec behind me Satan every time W9 appears and an often as we nn hard prmcd we can find If we look for 111 way of escape Temptation then le not a sin but a part of life on earth It has its user one of which U pointed out In this wise sentence of Fenelon Temptations are n file which tube off the rust of self confldence The hymn put the matter right when it says Yield not to tm tatrn For yielding In Hitch victory will help you Bom other to win rFOUNDATION AND HOUSE Jo Hi Mint lie tnrrfiillr ton IOrreit- IB tli llnllilliiir of IVriiinnritt Ill rl t luii IMmrnrlrr When the Lord speak In the Qtrmon un the Mount about a Rood foundation He does not Ignore the building itself All the way along through the great ills course lie has been speaking of the building and telling how It la to tran structed and what kind of material It Ie to be made of Then nt the last as though some one might have failed to understand the whole truth He speaks particularly of the foundation wnrnlufi men that If their house Is not bultt upon the rock It will RO down however twci llful or splendl the building Itself The truth that we need to look to the foundation nnd tho liouse to the flrvththat It will staad to the second It Is worthy of the foundation In the city of Florence are two statues com me morallDR the two architects of the cathedral there Arnolfo who begun the work madoto look down as ihmigli be were examining the foundations of the building while Drtinelleacbl hol- dline n plan of the cupola on his knee In looking up at the completed design Every man should look both up aud- down down at the foundation to see If It is on the rock Christ Jesus and up- to the growing character that be Is not only hearing but doing the commands of ChrUt Northwestern Christian Advocate RELIGIOUS TRUTHS tnguordcrt ways are generally unholy ones HfccdlcsB Is another name for graceless C H Spurgcon Tho best preparation for trials is a life of faith and a constant course of selfdenial Ulchard Baxter The greatest sorrow In life for beings like ourselves would bo to have no Bor row William U Watklnson A mans business Is Just to do his duty God takes upon Himself the feed leg and the clothing George MacDon aidGenuine greatness is marked by elm pllclty unostcntatlousncss twlfforget fulness a hearty Interest In others a feeling of brotherhood with the huma- nfamilyChanning I was tempted to cheat my neighbor I thought to gain a dollar by hiding the truth by giving bad measure or poor quality What I really meant was to aim a deadly blow at the security and larder of the universe I O H Every day should be sacred There should bo no break between Sabbaths Tho cable of divine motive sbbuld stretch through seven days touching with Its sanctifying power every hour of every day Ulshop Vincent Never trifle with one sin It Is like a little cloud which us a poet has said may hold a hurricane In Its grasp The next sin you commit may have a mighty effect In tho blighting of your life Youtdo not know the streams that may from that fountain for sin Is a four tain not a mere act but a fountain of evil Andrew A llonar Why It is asked are there so many snares That wo may not fly low but may seek the thinGs which are above rot just as birds so long aa they cleave the upper air are not easily caught so thou also as long as thou Iwokest at things above wilt not easily be captured whether by a snare or by any otter et arlL Chrystistoa t f r ipaaaat STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST I tmnUn unnn THE LEGISLATURE Senate Pastes the Bill Extending Reg istration Lows Frankfort Feb 2lt Is likely the death knelt of Horca college as a mix wa ed school for white and Negro pupils was sounded Monday afternoon when the hoiuu committee on education re ported unanimously In favor of tho Carl Day bill which prohibits the op 6erlltlon of such schools In this state On tho call of committees tho Adams bill regulating the employment of children In mills mines and factories WRIt reported favorably Tho senate bill to revlvo the stato geological topographical survey was favorably roport id The Hargrovo bill providing that where there Is In any county a town larger than tho county scat and 15 miles from tho county seat court shall bo held In both towns was taken up and Mr Hargrove explained that the measure affected Fulton county only whore Hlckman tho county seat was moro than 1C miles from Fulton a larger town After somo discussion the Mil wan adopted by a voto of SO to 23 Thu senate Monday passed a lull at the attorney generals oNce laving him two competent assistants and a stenographer Frankfort Feb Feb 3SenateTho resolution to reimburse Senator Edwards end John Fcland for ex penses of their contest decided last session was passed unanimously by the Bcnato Tuesday Tile capitol ap propriation bill was read as enrolled and signed by President Thorne The Catron resolution providing pay for committees for paupar Idiots for tho time elapsing because of tho failure of committed to havo the ward exam fined was unanimously passed The flvo bills amending the present gamo laws and creating tho elate flab and game warden system came up as a spe cial order Senator Richardson fought the bills because ho said If tho bill paused tho rabbits would run the orchards In his dUtrlct and ho could never be reelected to tho senate HOUM When Representative Hoflln in thn house Indicated tho hour for tho fpecLiI order House 1111 No Cl by himself placing an educational liiallllcntlon on Negro voters Mr Klalr of Lexington moved to Indefi nitely postpone action on tho bill and tho motion prevailed fly a vote ot 61 to 30 tho A J Thompson bill rcg ulatlng tho charges that may be made liy tuck yards was defeated Mr Hcflln bill No 05 defining due dill genre In the collection of drafts checks etc to bo tho usual commer cial way was passed Thn house pass ed the Weathers bill which declares that a town ot the sixth claw lying on n county boundary line shall for town election purposes be deemed to be In that county In which the larger part of the town lies Frankfort Fob GSnttTht pen nto Thursday puwnd tho house bill drawn by Ituprvnentntlvo llradley ox tending to fifth and sixth class towns tho law requiring registration of voters and also requiring a registration certificate to ho Issued to Mel regis tered voter Tho bill will now go to Thect8paS5erl but with an amendment that of tho bill think will In a rnenxuro cripple Its usefulness In pro tenting game and fish The Joint com mittee on charitable Institutions derid ed Thursday night to report favorably tho bill appropriating I7GOOU for ad ditional buildings at tho Hopklnsvlllo RIII IlIolllltOlr Johnsons bill to regu late the packing nnd selling of flour anti meal fixing weights for tho fartional parts of a barrel of flour and of a bushel of meal and providing for printing on each package tho number of pounds contained therein was de tented by 41 to 33 but a motion to reconsider was entered The committee cm redistricting secured unanimous consent to report a bill with a substl lute The substitute Is tho bill of County Judge Jim Hnrgis of Dreathltt creating the 31st Judicial district com posh of tho counties of Ureathltt Knott Magollln nnd Wolfe Convict Assaulted Eddyvllle Ky Fob 5Whlle tho convicts were marching from tho din ing hall Robert Pnrkor struck Charley Pool on the head with a stool fray turing his skull Tho Injured convict was carried to tho hospital where pieces of tho skull bono wero lifted ftom tho brain Pool Is thought by th- oiprllon physician to bo fatally Injured Applied For a Receiver Louisville Ky Feb GAppllcatlon- Willi made In the fedora court for tho appointment of a receiver for Uio Fed oral Asphalt Co Incorporated In Maine which has extensive holdings In Qrayson county Tho proceedings nro similar to those filed recently In West Virginia He Pleads Insanity Louisville Ky Fob G11le defense In tho case of Georgo D Warner who i killed Pulaskl Leeds superintendent of 4the Loulsvlllo Nashvlllo railroad made tho plea of Insanity o tho ground that Warners brain had been affected by a shock of electricityrr Relict of Lincolns Adviser Louisville Ky Feb GMrs Sallie II Alexander aged 81 widow of Col Ludwcll Alexander an adviser of President Lincoln died Thursday Senator George Alexander Gerard AI oxnnder and James N Fetter arc tho surviving children No Kentucky Chautauqua This Year Lexington Ky Feb 2The Ken tucky Chautauqua which had been an annual feature of social nnd religious Ufe in Lexington for tho past 15 years will not give a meeting this year ow ing to Woodland park being transferred to the city SHOT HERSELF TO JOIN LOVER Nora Veal the Affiance of Ellis Kin kead Who Took Poison Suicides Lexington Ky Fob 4 Desiring to join her lover In tho othor world Miss Nora Veal Wednesday morning sent two bullets Into her breast and Is thought to be dying She Is tho daugh ter of J 11 Veal a prominent miller and was the affianced brldo of Ellis Klnkead who last Monday ended his life with a doeo of strychnine She Is a decidedly beautiful girl and recently moved to this city from Jessa wino county Monday night she ac companied n young man to tho opera house sho said with no thought of of fending Klnkead Tho latter took the matter to heart and killed himself She was nearly crazod by tho news of his death and as the hour approached for his funeral Wednesday decided to join him in death Should she die It Is possible that the beautiful dress prepared for her wedding will bo her burial robe They wore to have been married In n few days One Killed and Two Hurt Columbia Ky Feb GJbo boiler of Julius Callahans saw nnd gristmill In tho northeast part of tho county exploded with terrific force killing Delta union 28 married A 12 year old boy was blown across a hollow and Is not expected to live Callahan was thrown wino distance Into a pond ot water and was severely Injured Aged Citizen Dead Bowling Green Ky Feb 5Finis- a Cox thought to bo the oldest cltl zen of Warren county died at his homo near Galloways Mill as tho result of paralysis Ho won stricken only a few days ago Ho was ono ot the largest landowners In this section and had amassed quite a fortune Coal Stealing Justifiable Lexington Ky Fob 4Judge J J Riley In police court from tho bench declared that the poor people ot Lex- Ington who resorted to stealing fuel In many cases wore justified Ho said there slated here a coal combine which had put tho price beyond tho reach of porter classes Whitney Well Known In Lexington Lexington Ky Fob 3rfho death of W C Whitney was received with genuine regret hero whore ho was popular and well known Ho leased Lnllclle stud which now quarters 300000 worth of his horses Including some of tho most noted stallions and brood mares In tho country Candidate For United States Senator Kllzabcthtown IC Fob 4Con creflBitmn David II Smith of tho Fourth district has just rondo tho formal announcement of his candidacy for the toga of Senator J C S Mack burn nnd is already active In his cam paign Large Land Owner Dead Hopklnsvllle Ky Feb 4Robert V Pendleton a prominent farmer and leading citizen of tho Pembroke neigh borhood died of pneumonia Ho was 76 years old and ono ot tho largest laud owners In Christian county Seriously Dunned By An Explosion Plnovllle Ky Pet 3Olr Hosklnn of Wnsloto was seriously burned by the explosion ot a glass fruit can of boiling liquid over which she was bonding Her taco was badly scalded and her right arm blistered from wrist to elbow RailwayLlne Lexington Ky Feb 3Now York and Cincinnati capitalists will finance the building of 12 miles of railroad from Mt Sterling to Indian Fields Clark county to connect with the Lex- Ington Eastern railroad Another Capitol BUI Promised Frankfort Ky Fob 2Wlthln tho next week a now capitol bill will prob ably be Introduced Its object being to repeal that section ot the new law which requires tho erection of the cap Itol on tho present site as provided by tho Guffy amendment New Kentucky Corporations Frankfort Ky Fob 2 During the month ot January 71 now companies with an aggregate capital stock ot 81 490600 wore Incorporated In the secre tary ot states office and paid the state 91490 organizations tax Worlds Fair Commission Organizes Louisville Ky Feb 5Fbo Ken tucky Worlds fair commission mot Thursday afternoon and formally organized electing tho following officers A Y Ford Loulsvlllo president Charles C Spaulding Lebanon vice president A Verdict For 2469015 Bcattyvlllo Ky Fob CA bitterly fought suit In Now York resulted In a verdict of 2469015 In favor of H Hermann Sawmill Co against James Swanu and Floyd Day for poplar logs delivered in this place After Wildcat Insurance Companies Frankfort Ky Feb 5Stato Insur once Commissioner Henry R Prowltt is preparing to go after tho represent tives In Kentucky of wildcat Insur ance companies which have already been Invading this field A Candidate For Delegate nusscllvllle Ky Feb 2Postmas ter Isaac G Mason of Adalrvllte Lo gan county baa announced as a candi date for delegate to tho national rep- Ublican convention from the Third congressional district FIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS Regular Session Washington Feb 2SenateIn the senate Monday Mr Dietrich Neb made a request for an Investigation Into charges on which ho was tried recently by a federal court In his own state and tho senate granted tho re quest tho president pro torn appoint ing a committee consisting of Messrs Hoar Platt Ct Spooner Cockrell and Pcttua to mako the Inquiry The remainder of tho day was devoted to an argument by Mr Morgan In sup port ot the resolution Introduced by Mr Stone directing tho senate com mlttee on foreign relations to make an Investigation Into the Panama rovVriu tlon Mr Morgan again criticised the conduct of M BunauVarllla In con nection with tho revolt House The proceedings In the house wero enlivened lit a spirited dls cusslon of tho Panama question Mr Thayer dem Mass declared the course of this government In Panama to havo been contrary to the provls lone of the treaty with New Granada Mr Grosvcnor rep 0 made a vlg orous defense of the administration While a bill proposing relief to an In dividual from tho operations ot tho act restricting ownership of lands In the territories and tho District of Columbia to American clU was un del consideration Mr Hepburn asked the minority If they had changed front on this question and why they were now willing to support exemptions from tho operations of that act In view otr the attitude they assumed at tho time of Its enactment Mr Bartlett Ga asked Mr Hepburn it the legislation In question was not passed when they had the Cleveland brand of democracy rather than tho Bryan brand as Mr Hepburn had suggested whereupon Mr Hepburn advised tho democrats to return to tho Cleveland brandWashington Fob 3SenateMrClarke tho now Democratic senator from Arkansas made his first speech In tho senato Tuesday Ho spoke for two hours and announced his endorsement of every position taken by the president In connection with the Pan ama revolt and In tho negotiation of the treaty with the new state Ho provocatlonmight have been expected to go far ther than he did In advancing tho cause of Panama Ho declared that there was more popular support of tho course of tho presidents policy among democrats than among republicans and said that the democratic votes neces sary to ratify tho treaty were assured Mr Fairbanks also spoke In support of tho treaty contending for the regularity ot nil tho proceedings of tho administration on the Isthmus ot Pan ama The proceedings of tho day were opened with prayer by Rabbi Philip son of Cincinnati Ilouseply unanimously agreeing to a resolution amending tho rules of tho house tho resident commissioner to congress from Porto Rico was given additional authority equal In all essen tial respects to that of a delegate from a territory tho action not requiring tho concurrence of tho senate A bill which provided for a delegate from Porto Rico paused tho house during tho last congress but was amended by the senate to such an extent that It failed A bill duplicating tho action of the house at tho last session Is now pending but meanwhile Porto Rico will receive under tho action taken Tuesday practically all of tho benefits extended In the measure Several hours were spent by tho house In pars Ing five private claims bills and tho be ginning of consideration of the omnibus claims bill- Washington Feb 4SenateAfter Almost allowing tho amendment to the urgent deficiency appropriation bill providing for a loan of 4000000 to the St Louis exposition to get through without any discussion whatever the senate Wednesday changed its tactics just as tho voto was about to be taken proithe senate adjourned for the day House Indiana and Kentucky locked horns In tho house Wednesday The debate which Involved nearly every member of both stato delega tions was fast and furious from start to finish Kentucky demanded of In diana tho return of W S Taylor that he might bo tried for tho assassination of William Goebel Tho attack was made by Mr James Ky and the de tense was led by Mr Crumpackcr Ind Partisan feeling rose to an ex treme tension Tho diplomatic legis lation bill was under consideration at tho time Mr James fired both sides of tho house to Interest and feeling by declaring at the outset that tho rough- rider president was ridiculous in his message to congress favoring international extradition treaties when ono state could not get from another fu gitives from Justice- Washington Feb 5SeuteThosenate chamber again Thursday was the arena of an Interesting political debate with tho provision In the urgent deficiency appropriation bill for a loan of 4600000 for the St Loula exposi tlon the basis for tho discussion Tho exposition amendment had not been disposed of when tho senato ad journed House Tho animation of Wednes day was completely lacking in tho proceedings ot the house Thursday Tho principal feature of tho day was tho rivalry between republican leader for tho honor of moving Mad journment Tho diplomatic bill carry- Ing 1093600 was passed without amendment Everything but tho bill was discussed during its consideration Mr Morrell Pa led with an argu ment for some system ot building up the American merchants marine A democratic political speech by Mr Hamtnan Mo followed Agricultural Appropriation Dill Washington Feb 5Tho agricul tural appropriation bill reported to tho house Thursday carries a total ot 15 711240 an Increase of 233000 over the current law Only two salaries are raised by the bill and these only tem porarily Are Opposed to the Bill Washington Feb IiA large delegation of manufacturers Thursday op posed the bill requiring Inspection and licenses as engineers or operators of gasQllno launches before the house committee on merchant gripe THE LITTLE HEART A little Heart hid a thought of spite Deep In its Innocent white away And It whlsptrtd when it knelt to pray Nobody knows tor its hid from sight Out the little Cwt was wide awake And the hence spoke to it and laid 0 dear little Heart the thought II red Like a danger rign for sirftlys sake The little Heart heard but heeded not And It nursed tile thought and kept It warm Safe from the temptit of Inward storm And thought In the morn twill be for got But the blue sky wept the mn was sad And the roses hun weir dainty head Dropping tears on the vlbttt beds And the little Heart was far from glad So the ugly thought was thrown away And a lovely one came in IU place Chen smites arose In each flower tace The sun came out and the Heart was guy Etta Wallace MIUr In Youths Companion CARLO THE DOG HERO Broke Away from Tramp Who Had Stolen Him and Saved III Muster from Drowning Carlo was Frank McMillans dog and a line specimen ot the canine he was Mr McMillan had brought him from Scotland lie was a Scotch collie and was only a few months old when he landed In America Carlo was a favorite with the whole family especially with the two boys William and George who had not yet reached their teens They delighted to speak of Carlo as a gift from Uncle George of old Scot nd The pup was strong and healthy and soon developed into a large muscular dog Ills Intelligence seemed to be above that of the average No pains were spared to teach him and as a result his training almost equaled that of a performing dog Mr McMillan lived near a river and the boys great est delight was to throw ticks and other small objects that would float Into the water and have the dog swim In and bring them to the shore Carlo was about two years old IWhen went to visit their Uncle Harry who lived about 30 miles dls tnnt When on the point of starting they each extended a hand to Carlo and he In return extended his paw to shake as Intelligently as n human being would have done The boys charged their parents to keep him company while they were gone Now It was midsummer and as Mr Raymond had a Eon between the ages of William and George they spent a great deal of their time In outdoor sports The river was only a few hun CAltLO WHO SAVED illS MASTER Fred yards away from the house and the boys had a boat in which they took n row each day One day while they were out rowing Georges hat dropped Into the water and In trying to reach It he lost his balance and was preclpl dated into tho stream lie could not swim and the other boys set up a great pry for help but were so excited that themselvesIwater but as the stream was of no great depth at that point he almost In ThenIthing resembling a dog seize their drowning companion by the collar of the coat so as to keep his head above the water and make for the shore which he soon gained never relaxing his hold on the boy till he had him safely on terra firma Then he bound d a few feet away and vigorously shook himself It was Carlo George was badly scared and some what the worse for being strangled but he soon recovered The other boys hastily rowed to the shore In their joy to see Carlo William and George almost forgot their adventure Carlo was a hero but they could not unravel the mystery surrounding his appear ance upon the scene lie had a leather strap around his neck as If he had been led by It They went to the house and related their adventure Mr Raymond told them that he had seen a tramp passing by an hour or two before leading the dog and going In the direction of the river Then they believed that he had been stolen and this belief was con firmed next day when they had a letter from their father saying that Carlo was missing and that a tramp had been seen a few miles away with a dog answering his description What If the tramp had not stolen CarloF M Bav erly In Orange Judd Farmer Where Bride Are Bought sUbstan1tlalIt the girl jilts her lover the engagement gift has to be returned unless the parents have another daughter to give U a substitute BRANDING THE THUMB11 Slow Malefactor Were England for Committing Minor OtTrnic Those good old days How slmplt and direct were their methodo In aU things relating to the preservation tthe social system especially that part relating to the punitive some hundred years or more ago If you dont believe It look nt tho picture of the holdfast with a band In position that secured a malefactor condemned to have the for ever disgracing M brand on his thumb and near It hangs the terrible branding Instrument These articles are to be LAND IN HOLDFAST seen to this day hanging In the doct of the crown court at Lancaster castle In England The prisoners left hand was thrust Into the holdfast and there locked while the Jailer seized the redhot Iron and pressed It with might and main on the malefactors thumb thus marking him for life and preventing honest men from giving him employment on his rev leasePrisoners appearing In this court were Invariably compelled to hold up their left hands In order that the Jury might see whether there was a previous conviction against them It Is 100 years ago since this barbarous punishment with the branding Iron was meted out lu Lancaster oostleN Y Herald A CITY OF PIGEONS Constantinople In the Home of In numrralilr Flock of GrAY Willie lllrtlc of This Specie Constantinople Is sometimes called the City of Dogs but it might be called as well the City of Pigeons for the pretty gray white birds are there In In numerable flocks They are protected nnd fed by the Turks who hold them and the spider In great veneration The reason they give Is this When Mohamet the great prophet was fleeing to Mecca he found one day that his enemies were In close pursuit so ho hid In a cavern on the road to Medina After he got In a pair of doves Immediately built their nests and laid two eggs at the mouth of the cave and a spider flung his web across It When the pursuers came along they stopped but teeing the nest with the eggs and the spiders web they said No human being has been here and on they went This accounts for the Turks veneration for the dove nnd ten derness for the spider which they never 1111These doves Lave a creat kindness for the mosques whtre they form great garlands of black and white along the cornices and about the platforms of the minarets One reason for this may be that In the courtyards of the mosques there are always fountains and trees while the Imams or priests keep a bag of corn or millet teed on hind to feed them Many of the sultans as well at private individuals have left money In their wills for tho maintenance of these holy birds One mosque In particular built by Sultan Bayezld II Is generally called Pigeon Mosque on account ot the specially large number of birds that make their homes there Tlie tradition about this Is that when the mosque was building a poor widow wished to help She had no money but she had a pair of pigeons so she gave these the best she had The sultan was so pleased with the gift that he decreed that no one should disturb the birds and their de scendants and so they have Increased and multiplied beyond calculation These pigeons know a stranger and as soon as they see one enter the court yard down they come a feathered whirlwind with a sound like the roar of a cataract ready for the corn which they have learned to expect A Turkish Imam stands under the archway with a basket of corn which he sells to the visitor for a few cents just as the children here buy peanuts to feed the ani mals at the circus or zoo At the mosque of Eyoub which the Turks consider too sacred for Christians to enter there Is In the courtyard the fountain called Pigeon fountain Close to the fountain Is a beautiful plane tree which Is something like our buttonball and when It Is a hot day the pigeons leave the roofs and minarets and settle under tho thick leaves of the tree until It looks as though there were more pigeons than leaves An old gray woman Is employed to feed these birds Milwaukee Sentinel Monkey Caught by Stratagem Ringtail monkeys one of the most valuable and expensive of the smaller animals are caught In an Interest ing way A cocoanut Is split in two and a banana with a piece of wood running through It placed lengthwise through the nut the two halves of which are drawn together by wires Then a hole is cut large enough for the monkeys paw to enter The mon key spies the tempting nut from nil tree He hops down looks U over sees the hole and smells the banana Inside He Is fond of bananas Put ting his paw In he grasps It but the wood prevents It from coming out Thus tile catchers appear and the mOD ke runa for a treeDut he cannot climb because of the cocoanut on his paw and he will not let go of that so he is captured pawing wildly at the ne Wok A CUBE FOn ECZEMA My baby had Eczema so bad that its head was a solid mass of scabs and its hair all came out I tried many remedies but none seemed tc do any permanent good until I used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The Eczema is cured the scabs are gone and the little ones scalp is perfectly clean and healthy and its hair is growing beautifully again I cannot give too much praise to D Wit Witch Hazel SalveFrank Farmer Bluff City Ky In buying Witch Hazel Salve look out for counterfeits DeWitts is the original and the only ono containing pure Witch Hazel Tho name E C DeWitt Co is on every box Sold by the East End Drug Co Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky SurplusJ and 18000 We solicit your patronag 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will continue to suffer until you do try it There is no other combination of digertants that digest and rebuild at the same time Kodoldoa both Kodol cures strengthens and rebuilds Sold by the East Mao Drug CatI ITHECITIZEN I THE TRUE STORY Continued from Pugo those who feared evil results frot this ono regulation As decade alto decado has gone by however oval those most inclined to hostility hare found no scandal or collision in connection with Bereas work and hare freely admitted that our instructors devoted to lofty ideals have excelled in character forming power and tha our students are distinguished Cor sobriety and earnestness Within the radius of Bereas influence is to bo found a standard of social purity I which is not excelled in any other part of our commonwealth Its edu cational methods have made this school favorably known throughou the nation It is because of this good repute that the number of students especially white students has in creased until last year 803 white and 171 colored students were enrolled Funds have been accumulated unti the Institution now has the largest college library in the State buildings and grounds worth 200000 and ai endowment fund of 150000 Be sides the income from this endowment the College receives am expends above 80000 a year whicl comes in personal gifts It is evident that this large and beneficent work ought not to be inter nipted or hindered and that any forcible change in its coustitutioi would be like violating the faith oC the Commonwealth which has allowed donors to give these funds for work upon the present basis Some have supposed and said that Berea College pursues this policy be cause it was laid down by the sturdy Kentuckians who were its founders but that those now in charge would be willing to have a change which should remove the coloredelement and free us from the finger of scorn sometimes turned toward the school We wish by our individual signatures to refute this supposition andreport We who today have immediate charge of this work do not oppose but favor a general separation of the races it the public schools of the State we dc not favor but absolutely oppose any thing which could tend toward inter marriage of the races we do not condemn other institutions for the course they may pursue But on the other hand we consider it for the best interests of both races and the good of the State that in some institutions white and colored young people meet in the classroom Such associa tion as we know it here has been only for good and we are uuallerably opposed to any forcible change Not only Is every dollar of Bereaa property inextricably dedicated to both races but our own hearts are so dedi Icattd We trust you will believe that we are actuated in this matter by motives of conscience and patriotism We do not of course ask you per sonally to approve of the internal regulations of this or any other private institution The internal management of an independent school rests with those who sustain and conduct it We simply refer to our long estab lished rights under our charter and the wellknown spirit of Kentucky in favor of toleration free speech and libertyWith appreciation for the labors of this Committee in behalf of universal education faithfully yours WM GOODELL FROST Irestdent EUIHEMIA K CORWIN Librarian LOLIH C IIIN IAN Director of Printing M E MABSII Irofeiwor of Latin T II HORTON Machinist DeptLF K GRAVES Prof of English Literature T J OSliOIlNK Treasurer Etc etc The speech of Major Burnam showing Bereas rights and the good it had done was reported as well as that of MrMallon and the impromptu words of a lady whose brother had been the former member from Madison and who knew the mountain boys who went to Berea with revol vers and came back with testaments Citizens Remonstrance Citizens who felt that they and the College had been misrepresented had already starteda paper of protest and at the close of the sermon and inquiry meeting this paper was numerously signed It was headed as follows Fearing that erroneous and unjust impressions to an extent unknown to us have been made upon the Legis lature by representations privately made and partly published we the undersigned long time residents of Berea and vicinity wish to testify that we know the Faculty and trustees of Berea College to be honorable and upright people eminently qualified for their work and devoted to it with the highest spirit of conscientiousness and patriotism We testify that they have boon devoted and watchful regarding the manners and morals of all the young people under their charge and emi L nently successfulnot only in gunrdiu against any improprieties or misconduct but also in instilling the princ pies of honor and religion We earnestly remonstrate against any action which could hinder the great and growing work of the Institution Sensational Reports And now comes the event which fired the imagination of newspaper correspondents In the quiet hour of the moonlight night some stealth hand hung from a telephone polo an effigy of the citizen whose words be fore the Committee at Frankfort as reported in the newspapers had seemed most full of misrepresents tion It was a gazingstock for an hour next morning and then cut down and removed This was the extent of the outrage so widely heralded there was no cruwd no noise no excited throng of negroes in the public square no race war no tension between town and College Probably only three or four people quite possibly only one was concerned in the affair Nevertheless in our amusement ant indignation at the newspaper stories we must not forget that it was a rea outragea barbarous way of express ing disapproval And every one was mado to feel that it was such by the remarks at College prayers next morningPresident Frost took time to call upon the abused man to express hit sympathy and his disapproval of the forms of censure heaped upon him and to say that he was loath to believe he lead realized the impressiot which would be made by his worth before the Committee in Frankfort Possibly he repented of this act of kindness when he found that a Beret correspondent had taken advantage of this call to write up an alleged interview in which the President was represented as saying many things which he had never even dreamed of The Outleok But the Press soon began to help as well as hinder The Courier Journal whose first report of the hearing was very fair published President Frosts statement in good shape the Cincinnati papers began to seek better correspondents and the really great papers of the country sent words of editorial cheer A conference of such Trustees as were in reach was held in Cincinnati st which two points were settled First the proposed bill will be opposed by all possible honorable means in the Legislature where sundry sturdy Democrats are rising up against it and later should it becomes law in the courts At present there teems good prospect of its being de eated in the Legislature And second we are not prepared to open any discussion as to what our ourse would be in the event of ultimate defeat except that we assure all the young people looking to Berea tbe colored the northern students and the mountaineers and other Ken uckians that we shall be true to heir interests Somehow somewhere Berea College would go on rippled perhaps for the moment but strong and resolute SKETCH OF BEREAS HISTORY The history of Berea College is part of the story of the forward move aent of the world The nineteenth entury was marked by four things In religion a revival of spirituality and the missionary work which recognizes the brotherhood of man in education a movement toward teaching what is practical both ideal and lanunl and for making education the right of every child in science the spirit of inquiry which led to freedom or thought and inventions which brought wealth in politics the American ideas of human rights realized in a large extension of liberty And lerea College was born of this for ward movement The institution of slavery which ame to the South by inheritance and not by choice prevented that section Crom sharing to the full in these movements After the tendency to mancipation of Washingtons time had declined and slavery was supposed to be more profitable the advocates or slavery became so intense that the antislavery Southerners who were very numerous grew silent or quietly removed to the free States Kentucky however was more liber aI and a large number of her leading citizens retaining their antislavery sentiments remained in the State hii was especially true in Madison and adjoining counties and men like assius M Clay proposed to maintain Cree speech in their native commonwealth In his fight for liberty Clay took note of the fact that the mountain 4 people owned land but did not own slaves and he undertook to establis a rallying point among them It was at his invitation that John Q Fee came to the mountain end of Madiso county and established auti slaver church and an antislavery settlemei in a nativoof Bracken county and the inheritor of slaves But he had come in contact with the Cour great elements of nineteenth centur progress at Lane Seminary where Dr Lyman Beecher was then President and had consecrated his life to the work of preaching the Gospel of impartial love in his native State He was soon supported by man stalwart Kentuckians men like John Hanson who when his mill was wrecked and himself hunted from place to place declared that when he though upon his persecuting neighbors it only made him weep and love then moreProf J A R Rogers was the CirKt Principal of the school and he made it so attractive that many proslaver people sent their children 96 pupils were enrrolled the first term The constitution of the school drawn in these early lays though not made oC record till 65 says In order to promote the can eof Ohrlit we John 0 Fee J It Roger John Hanson etc a e e e The nbtCt of thlscolcce shall he to urnM the facilities for a borough education to pereonaof Rood moral character and at the leu povlble ul ense to the fame To promote tht all the acllltlet and Induce menU for manual labor which can rraonebly he sopuetehallbuonendtotietudentaIn Board teachers etc no sertarlan test shall l e This college shall be under an lnthtencetrlct- dy Christian and ai such opposed to sectarianism lUvehoMlnc cats and every other wrong Insti tutlon and practice The school made friends in spite of all opposition The people of the region came to think that vengeance pursued Brother Fees enemies for in many cases the men who dragged him from the pulpit or burned theI house in which he preached speedily came to violent deaths they fell from their horses or shot one another But in 1859 the South was so excit ed by the John Brown raid that a company of more than sixty men came to Berea and warned twelve leading families to leave the State Gov Ma joffin said he could not protect them and they went into exile The teaching remained however and during the war this region furnished stalwart recruits for the Union army Returning the Berea workers were a second time driven out by the battle of Richmond in 1862 In 1865 God had wrought for the Bereans and slavery was abolished They came back to their homes which they never for a moment thought ol telling and repaired the school And now for the first time they were able to carry out tho principles of the institution and admit all persons of good moral character It made flutter when three colored children ame in and many white students withdrew We quote from Dr Rogers The Principal showed that it was the work oC nobility to treat those having loss culture with kindness expanding the old adage Noblesse oblige and showing that the more privileges a person has the greater is his obligation to extend them to others Especially was it shown that if one would lave a Christian spirit he must be gentle and loving and never by word ur act show scorn or contempt for hose seeking to become wiser and letter They were reminded that in the best colleges in the Cnited States olored students were received and hat it was a duty and privilege even at the cost of some selfdenial in all suitable ways to encourage and help the lowly This reception of colored students was certainly undertaken conscien iously and it was followed by every token of Divine favor The school grew and flourished as though by a succession of miracles It moved from tho schoolhouse to its present oak rowned campus The catalog for 1867 shows 150 white and 151 colored students At the coming of President E H Fairchild in 1869 the Institution had erected Howard Hall by help the Freedmans Bureau and was worth about 10000 Pres Fairchild gave great attention to the mountains sending Prof Dodge and others to conduct institutes in remote counties But he was also engrossed inthe problems of reo instruction His services to the State in helping through this transi tion and adjusting the colored people to their new conditions were of the ighest value He was a courteous nnd affable gentleman welcomedat the beet homes in the State and more than once called to preside at the leetings of the Association of Kentucky Colleges During his long administration tho colored students were in a majority with the exception u of a single year He secured tho erection of the thief buildings of th College and left the Institution with an endowment of 100000 and nn educational plant of buildings grounds apparatus etc worth as much more Pres Frost 1892 found large debts accumulated during the old age 01 Pros Fairchild and the period follow ing his death and fated the financii panic of 1893 But the sameprov dential care attended the institution One or two timely bequests tided owe the first year and he was soon able to strengthen tho Board of Trustees the teaching force and the attendance oC studentsPres Frost has introduced no new policies but by great energy and devotion he has carried the plans am purposes of the founders to large realization The religious life of the college has been marked and the work of all Christian bodies has boor greatly assisted by the young people who haIe gone out from Bereft In dustrial education has been introduced and made popular and practical The public schools of all Eastern Kentucky have felt the encouraging influence of this center Thrift enter prise temperance obedience to law neighborly kindness honesty religion these have boon the things taught most effectively at Berea And they have been taught largely to people otherwise unprivelegod and unreach xl And tho fame of Bereaa good work has gone out so that thousands of friends in all parts cf the country are watching its progress There has been a natural falling oil in the colored element since the establishment of the colored Normal Schools at Frankfort and Lexington but no falling oil in the quality ol the colored students or the work the college does for them The colored race has encouragement for progress- because of Bereas recognition of the value and dignity of character and manhoodThe of the mingling of thE races troubles some good people ht a distance but gives JftW anxieties under the conditions at Berea A proper consciousness of race is maintained while caste prejudiceis dimish sdono is made more ready to recognize and rejoice in character sndability regardless of race Each race has its own distinct social life The acquaintance between white and colored young men is like that Between the boat white and colored itizens in a Christian villagethere Is mutual respect and confidence and readiness to cooperate for the public good In all this long historythere has not been a single serious scandal or collision The very sane anti easonable position of Berea is shown by the Remonstrance of its teachers published elsewhere President Frost and his fellow eachers have many personal friends hroughout the State He is a mem ber of tho State Y M C A Committee Prof Dinsmore is a noted con ductor ot teachers institutes Prof Mason is an authority in Forestry anti many others are men of distinction And many eminent people like Pablo Mabie Julian Ralph and Jane Addams have come to Kentucky for the purpose of visitingBerea- The Institution now includes the Collegiate and Academic department which numbers among its students representatives of families outside the mountains and student from a dozen Northern States the Normal department and numerous Industrial curses This is a history of conscientious ndeavor and providential care The Berea workers have sought no worldly dvantage but by Gods help they lave benefited thousands of humble tomes and made the college H very juntain of blessing A Tight Chest ausod from heavy colds often leads to Pneumonia Paracamph will relieve this condition instantly When pplied it stimulates the circulation and draws out all inflammation You ont take it rub it on Dont delay Oet a bottle and use it today Dont think you can eat too much spInach lettuce water cress dandelion and carrots They are splendid com- plexIon beautifiers Dont stuff a cold lest you bo obliged to starve n fever Dont eat merely to save food Over atlnj will give you n red nose and a allow complexion Stop Snoring Open up the nose and head by sing Paracamph A positive cure for catarrh of the head and nose Discharge from the ears can be cured uickly by using this wonderful medicine i NOW RUNNING I It It no orerprsls to say that In literary uilltr sustained dramatic Inter stand that In Its pithos arid humor It Isftr beyond all sithreeboostwo or that hive been pub lished within the lot halt dozen reinThe Boston Tran script Here Ii one cf tha truly treit romance- sinourEntltshtoniie It has dramatic force and poetic nullity It stirs the emotions and sitlllles tha intellect In The Mississippi Bubble the 181hcentwTmell and women stem emrinely flesh and blood The book Is truth and art com bined Tha Boston Journal ay- EMERSON HOUGH an of a or A at on H Y u on on Un a of M K Ufi on MlullllpplBubbl recalls of tha ountScotchmln us In financehe has down by traditional a wind ury end of Mr him uitk by Ie liar the true story of the rill lave the novel Ita end so futlof andllartllnllnclmleIhlt and well sustained Ne w Era tic NOT ONE OF OUR READERS CAN AFFORD TO LOSE A LINE OF THIS REMARKABLE HISTORICAL NOVEL4 IN WHICH THE LOUISIANA TERRITORY PLAYS SO IMPORTANT A PART 1IC + + The Publishers price of this story in book form is 125 Now subscribers will receive back members of CITIZEN containing opening chapters Subscribe now See our special offeni pages 3 and 8 WANTED- PURCUASElffor witrngood sad die new for twothirds tho rout price Inquire Treasurer Onborno LOOM AND FLAX WHEELMrs gPBereRcate with anyone having loom good lax wheel for GOOD WEAVER understanding the weaving of coverlids will be given work the Weaving louse Jackson Street W Graham ImlustriefllBorea FOR SALE FIRST CLASS BUILDING BRICK constantly hand WA also have hard burned brick and bats for cis terns at low prico Berea College Brick yard WHO WANTS BIG CROPS The College Farm Department Prof Mason can spate quantity the Buckeye Fertilizer which made such tall good corn anti other crops the past season For price etc apply soon FOR RENT EVEN ROOMS and Farm Lands Pasco Berea ALSO lUltlFlrs Tm Ili00D 395 315- 245 Shoes Boys 250 150 Underwear Mouth from sneicltlnt period Frtnch history been hsndsd ttheprivate fortunes Mouth does tntarprlsa which romantic scltlaf novel The Mata TilE sale very r FOR SALE FARM AND TIMBER LAND 130 Acres younKCruiting about 100 trees 10 acres in light timber good for rrlngwRterlion all the Small cottage and barn BO acres commerical timber esti mated to produce ttt cords of tanbark and 4000 railroad crooatios or 200000 feet lumber All tracts joining so M to make ono complete farm- LOCATED on 111 Zion mite Statlonjicounty Ky For examination call on P C Cox on tho farm Box 204 ZtttM Ky DR FENNERS u I Kidney Backache adI V All DUai of the kidneys bladder aid organs Also dUa backache gravel dropsy feast Cure 1 Dont become discouraged There It a cun for you If necessary write IIr Feistier He has spent a lifetime curing Jtlit such case as yours All consultations are FREE I hue antlered for Ute rut ten years with backache and kidney trouble and tried many of the moat prominent physicians In Roaton and Omahu and all the patent medicine I heard of In the hope of obtaining relief Finally seeing your ad I procured a bottle of Dr Fennar Kidney and Backache Cure and with to thank you for the benefit I received therefrom Tuna bottles entirely cured me aid I havent a pain or ache of any kind cheerfully recommit It to all suffering friends Most sincerely ounrMiss ALICE McDONALD Fold by Druggists say and II Ask for Dr Kvnnera Almanac or Cook iiook KHM G IWrite or Call on HARBER and HUGUELY Main Street Richmond Ky for prices on Oats Clover Timothy 2 and other Field Seeds and Q GrassesPhone 35 nu Great Reduction Sale J Of Shoes Hats and Mens Furnishings for the next 20 days for cash This sale includes the famous W L Douglas shoes I Mens 500 Shoes 400 Bootees JBO Shoes 2 itOO Shoes 175 lIlShoes 215 II 200 Shoes 166 1 Shoes 120 Dont forget reduced prices Hats T thousands year about 6 urinary heart rheumatism I exceptQueen 245 II JCO Shoes 2 1C 1 160 Shoes 120 plisses 200 Shoes 165 125 Shoes Childrens 150 Shoes 106I125 Shoes Rice Arnold titlbutLswscareerwas Main Street- Richmond The American Woman By WILLIAM VON POLENZ Distinguished German Novelist IitMIl ORE than anything else the women make it evident that a new race is forming In the United States different from all the peoples of the globe Nobody will ever mistake an American woman for an English woman or a French woman or a Ger man woman She has developed decidedly typical traits in her outward appearance in her walk tier carriage her speech her toilet Today no other woman on earth understands how to dress herself so becomingly Sport scrupulous clean liness and exercise in the open air have strengthened her hotly All triumphant qualities of the sex arc strongly levelyo oped in her But on the other hand the unrest of life the exertions of society or of study have left traces of ncrvosity and even of ennui on her featuresFemininity in its manifold versatility brings color and diversity into the monotony of American society life The men in the swallowtails whose lusterless black is never relieved by a uniform or some mark of rank display their prosaic business character but too plainly The nor mal American is a business man i he even treats politics from a business standpoint Science is of interest to him only if some practical results may be achieved by its help Me is inclined to mistake his newspaper for literature He cultivates art chiefly as a cqllector All the finer shades arc missing in the male world American men arc often excellent com pany hut in the long run they produce the same impression as the American newspaper If you have read about a hundred of them you will find out that they all tell the sane thing Here is the great future mission of the American woman She must not stop at merely endowing herself and developing her own talents shc roust also help to refine the man she must lead him to the treasures of culture in science and art which in their highest sense have as yet not becn unlocked for this nation She must drag him out of his onesided ness and teach him how to live a life full of value The Boy Needs a Chance By HON LESLIE M SHAW Secretary of the Treasury There is no place for the boy I think that most of us that have been boys and those of us that have watched the boy will haw found and recognized that he is all things considered the most valuable thing on this earth The boy is worth more than any ollirr creature that tread the earth yet more than any other being in the world think there it Us place for him Now dont misunderstand me he is loss wcl conic anywhere than others there Ire less kinG wtlyls for him than for anybody else I am not saying that the lad measures up to the standard of the girls life itwill grant you that we arc raising a much better type of young womci than we arc young men But we arc none the less interested in the young man none the less interested in the boy From morning till night it is Stop it and Ion t do this and dont that and Dont come in here with your muddy feet There is no place for him and it is time to find a place for the boy He never sees much of his fatherthe father is gone in tlw morning and the boy is in bc l when his father conics home All he sods is other boys and some most excellent and competent wumcti teachers nut you cannot rear a min without bringing the bdy in contact with men just as true as the world That is what the fam ily is for That children should be brought into the world and just left to flitthe mother to rear is the darkest error He must conic in contact with his father and his mother fl Better World By PROF J H CANFIELD- of Columbia University 1mII U WORLD has never been so wellfed and wcll housed with rcRard to general sanitation as today general movement the grand total the balance of things is on the side of great advances throughout the whole world On the physical side of mans welfare the world is growing better There is more to cat it is distributed better cooked better men arc better housed better clolbcd There was a time when Saturday night or Sunday morning was the only cleaningtip time because of general inconveniences but now the rural districts all have their bath tubs and the introduction of the bath tub has been a great civilizing influence After the physical side domes the mental sideor believe that a well balanced keenlyappreciative intellect stands at the threshold of the use of all mans faculties A mail who has the moral nature well developed will naturally have his spiritual nature developed The world is growing intellectually and the whole average of life is being lifted higher and higher We have never taken as high ideas of life as within even the last 15 years There is no people that equal us for this and that is no spreadeagle declaration The Smart A11ZericClZW011Za1ZBy WellKnown London Writer American woman is she who has intro I TlHEsmart social doing of England notions which arc for the nursery but eagerly welcomed by who set society to prancing and fool ing over the ecstatic delights of the gymkhan contest In which women arc blindfolded and driven in ribbon harness by men over a lawn outlined with champagne bottles To the American smart woman society owes other exciting pranks Her hen luncheons her surprise parties her bathing dress picnics her floral teas and color suppers her novelties in cotillon figures have been eagerly seized upon and imitated She has an inventive brain and a mania for organization She has shown us how charity can be made a playground for riotous display how social functions can be turned into a wild orgic or an undignified rpmp To fancy dress a charity to flaunt a bazaar to selfadvertise a hospital these arc the things we have learned from our transatlantic smart neighbors for with them advertisement is an absolute craze and the first law of their nature Wisely and well have they engrafted it on to their smart sisterhood BUILDING A LIMEKILN The Klnil Here Dricrlbrd Can lies Constructed Clicnply unit For nlahra Its Own Draft Limekiln are built from 20 to 30 feet high on tho sldo of a hill as high as convenient to get up to similar to a rave or root cellar the top coming up level on the back to drive there and then fltl It from that point the front of the kiln to be built perpendicular the full height of limestone or any other stone about 18 or 24 Inches thick On the back or bank tide 12 or 1C Inches Is suf ficient thickness Tho Insldo Is lined with fire brick or red rock or of such material as will not burn tho opening should be 8 to 10 feet In diameter and in funnel shape tho throat of It not too rFRONT OP LIMEKILN small so as to choke The opening at the bottom on the face tide la made the shape of an inverted V running to the back of the opening They build two of these side by side only having a partition between them then draw one While tho other Is burning and that keeps tho men employed all tho time One single arch costs about J175 or a double one 300 There Is wood laid In the throat sufficient to start the flre then put In a layer of coal and then of limestone continuing until it gets to the top of the opening This la worked In this way when it Is done for a general business but It It Is only for a farmer who owns his own stone and wants lime for his own use he can do It much cheaper and without bullldng tho kiln by laying Upon tho ground a floor of logs and timber enough to mako a good bed then lay on the wood and stone the same as In the kiln and build it tip as a hay stack but flatter at tho top as you IteanIThis Is the way for home uee 5000 to 10000 bushels can bo burnt In a heap of this kind People use coal buckwheat here for the purpose but I suppose the tame can be accomplished In using wood and will bo cheaper If wood Is handy The cut shows the mode of building The kiln built as I describe will furnish Its own draft and regulate Itself It takes about two or three days and nights to burn it and needs little attention JrI burned In a heap It Is saving of stone or burns up more of the stone by covering tho entire heap with clay or roll of some kind except the extreme top Rural New Yorker HOW TO HANDLE SKUNKS Try SlrlhoH llrrr Drucrllicil and Sec IIIMT Knar It 1i I n Avoid tn plfounl llrmilta Fruiuently skunks will take up their abode about the arm buildings where for various good reasons they nro rot welcome guests It Is often a puzzling question how to get rid of them without a very unpleasant experience A writer In lice Gleanings gives tho following In formation relative to trapping them Fasten tho trap chain to the end of a tenfoot polo or board heavy enough so they cannot drag It away Then Instead of putting them In a nail keg In which cases you would have about 99 failures out of every ICO skunks or shooting them In which case If you try It oUi would think there were at least 200 failures out of 100 cauItlouslfeet in length Then start oft slowly dragging skunk and all after you You can drag them any distance you see fit and there will be no odor Then OUI can dispatch them In any manner you wish Out kill them as you will unless you take hold of the polo and dip them in water deep enough to submerge them there will be odor Tho object of this method Is to get tho odor If any a rare distance from the house or bco yard Try this and see how easy and aura It Is Dry Soil for Poultry A sandy dry soil Is best for poultry as such EollsIt very porous will be cleansed by the rains carrying down tho filth Into tho soil and because there lit less mud and dampness In winter says P H Jacobs Nearly all of the large duck farms are on sandy soil and as tho use of such soil for the raising of poultry Is profitable thcro should be an opportunity for those who have farms composed of light toll that cannot be made to pay otherwise to devote them to poultry especially If near mar lids that can be conveniently reached Starting Steer on Grain In starting steers on feed there are several methods in vogue Some feed ers glvo a heavy grain ration right from tho start using a pound of meal for every 100 pounds of live weight dally Other men start tho steers on a third of a pound to every 100 Increasing gradually until twothirds of a pound Is reached The latter plan usually gives tho cheapest grains and a half cent gained on every pound means a considerable profit for a big bunch of steers Midland Farmer OPEN RANGE FOR HuG Vwnda7a Tlili In a le lil rpnm ill Vital Importune to Pork takers 1cr where Tho value of corn for pork pro duction was long since recognized but changes In economic condi tions have Increased the price of corn during the post few years and made it necessary for the farmer tn consider what grain crops he can grew or feed as a substitute for a portion of the corn as to cheapen the cost of productionand at the same time Im prove the quality of the pork writes John It rain of the Tennessee Experi ment station The cheapness of corn In the pact has In one sense been a detri ment to the progress of swine husbandry It has encouraged a too gen eral use of this cereal for the develop ment of the choicest quality of hams and bacon or for tho good of breeding ani mals When corn was very cheap It waR a common practice to shut the hogs up In a filthy pen and feed them an unlim ited quantity without regard to cost This made fat hogs of rhat Is general ly known as the lard tje Close confinement and heavy feeding Impaired the stamina and vigor of the animals and undoubtedly resulted In undermining the constitution of the brood sow ang this with the unsanitary quarters caused the destruction of large numbers of hove by the dreaded cholera Hog breeders new rsillzs thitaa open range with grass and forage crops s a desideratum of the greatest Importance to them Under such conditions a su- perIor qualt of pork la obtained with a better admixture of fat and lean As can factsiduced conditions with regard to swine feeding have materially changed Hence It be omes necessary to determine what grains may be substituted to atvantage for a part of the corn formerly fed and to utilize fully such byproduct of the farm as slops and sWmmlHr which were frequently allowed to go to waste and which are now known to have a high feeding value LIVE STOCK FARMING Men jVVIo Stuck to lceillnir ind Did Nut Sell Their Corn Rude the 31unt Moucr Regarding the value of live stock farming as compared with the growing rnd selling of grain Prof L II Pommel of the Iowa agricultural college says It has been demonstrated loth by experience and practice that iho farmer who sells beef pork and mutton that he has produced from tho corn and grass raised and fed on the farm makes mow money per acre of his land and ver dol lar of his capital than the one who grows only wheat or corn or cotton at d sells litIt la not necessary to entirely dis raising these crops but If we- are to produce a surplus 10 be sold In torclgn markets It is best to export that marlas acts rather than In the original crude and bulky state In the long run the farmer will make the most money who devotes his Melds to the growing of forage crops to feed stock making use of all the raw products at home thereby saving nonsnty butIfly doing so corn belt farmers will maintain their preeminence in agilcul aral lines Experience of the past few months has shown that the men who stuck to feeding end were not tempted by I ugh prices to sell their corn have made the most money Anything that will en hance the productive capacity cf our rolls for tho productlcn of forage condi tions will the farmer ICONVENIENT HOG PEn Its Arrmmrmrnt la Cnlrnlntril to Hnkr Proper llnnillliiK of Ita OCclWnstt Lnay I have Just finished a hog house 50 feet long by 20 feet wide with a 3foot alleyway down the enter and six pens on each side These are 8 feet square FLOOR SPACE OF PICO ER Y with door opening Into thcalloy The doors are 3V4 feet wide so when open will close the alley and turn the hog in the pen where he Is wanted For sows and pigs I have small door at low side mine Is 4 feet to let them out In a small lot for sunshine and exercise K Howie In Farm and Home Good and Had Coinpoit Composts aro necessary In the finer processes of gardening but they should be made in a clearly manner and be kept tree from contamination There Is nothing better than compounds of clean cods free from weed seeds and manure from grain or foragefed animals mixed In Varying proportions and well worked together as decomposition progresses It takes about two years to make a first class article but much may bo accom plished in one season by frequent turn If you start such a compost do not decade tt with doubtful organic wastes keep them separate burn where possible or bury deeply The ounce of preven tion In this matter Is worth whole tons of the disease cures our scientists have to far provided Rural New Yorler The man who la down a well realizes that there Is always plenty of room at the top Berea College Pounded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from Zt Stets Largest College Library In Kentucky Nti SALMONS foryoungmMaslutT o thnltlCrpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years oountyCertinoatAenrtoiiijr Cunrae Four years fitting for College for business sad for lifo College Conraea Literary Scientific Claaaical leading to Baooalaur degreesMustsChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We ere here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian eda cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small Incidental fee payforbrought within 2400 about 16 to be paid IB advance The School ia endorsed by Baptists Christians Dieoiplm Congregation aliata Methodists rreabyterians and good people of all denominations Nr WO WAI IBS lid ransom ADTKE iMim ate s mAlt WILL c GAMBLE BerN Madben County Ky The International Bible SeriesfNs LARGEST LINE Or SELrPRONOUKCIRO BIBLE IN THE WORLD 11 amssma r istCLEAR PRNTSCUOLARLY HELPS SUPERIOR BINDINGS fed Letter Testament DO YOU NEED A BIBLE 1 Then Mud for taU rrtaeh M racaa r DdrlsttyCirccltleudCoursesled SILK SEWED tar t79 Idlala- SELFPRONOUNCING TEACHERS OIBLEB OOAIITbd CeaUaation Concordant tka MOlt Satisfactory in Sxiataoca sadIVIE STUDT OF TEl BB1 With the Wer4 peteR y Cnrirt Dlvlaltycircuit MKOeco Postpaid only THE BHREA x tI J tiItotIoloft Fancy Roller Flour Meal Stuffs Corn Etc DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat I PRIDE O1 is another Flour Whites Station Ky i KECESSARY FOR ONE TERM 12 Weeks 8U1IOOL KXlENbEadue ant dAI of terra Colleie Asa t A Mndel LauXuiiu Kurmal Buhoola A liran tneldettal uo I 50 M i M Hnjilial Fee 25 15 25 pip ittnlatra iJ3 125 125 U era sox too 400 Furdsno stenography mod other eztraa se a Special Kx eme4 below ilVIKO flat In ldesso by Booth Room rent by term li ard ram fuel and lights HI for rail and spring Ill 71 a week 124 for winter trim lUG w Donl In the vlll te allowed In approred ilacet Tirlei In pries accord to accnmmo tattoos furnlhnl- AitJIngthrH itting apenx to reboot n pen wr find Ta be paid the drat day liitliMtQfthMt depoil in Collriilalr Pe HitUicnt roe Arailrmjr end lane Normal tllJO Applied FcleniV Normal and Orarnm rS17U del ool IJS10 In Inter 111 more lor each No ituitrnt ba rerrlred who falls to make this adrnnc par tnriit Total Ordinary Expenses tot tl Weeks run tn toI ullrnUte Jv anuirtit I1U Arartemy ridIIjttlli Normal t1 Applied Screen Normal Uiannnar IT MoJcl SvhftoU Ii5 In winter thin douses core for Students pajrlnir bosol room rent fir u term at the txgluulng recolva a dl couut of lltycrnt Student duly ezrined bvlore be cud of a term rteviva bifl an qillulil portion of lb money they have advanced SPECIAL EXPENSES Piano Vootl or Special Theory lesson I hour rlas of three ITOfl Organ Violin etc M lettoua claw threa d 00 Clau wort In 11111011 a Isle of riano or Typewriter 1 hr a day 1 M Iicof orcan I hr a of Mu Llbrar term matatlat and tireakatre about Itiynral and Mlcrowoplcal Laboratories per term lOG crlata In drawing P r term so Elimination ton appointed days U Oradiiatlou F w1114WI11 diploma a PrIce Only SI15 to IlaDPrice 85 cts IDDRESS CITIZEN KENTUCKY Madison County Roller Mills Manufacturers Corn Crushed 1Our pOlD MADISON Excellent ofIttoltolillolt Potts Duerson EXPENDITURES ApSetw BxPBIfSBSBoarC richI StellugraphyorTypetrrltluaperterm ChemlesiLatKUatorraaurdtngto The Citizen eXPGRIENCBl 00 7feKS I TMADC MAMa DCCIONB COPYRIGHTS 40Anroaa otln a tkn h and derlpttnnW5 tell aarartain ear wpinwn r whaihar aa Tavanlinn probably paivnlAhl CoinManl liana UaolhookoolaiaiiM uptnlLPatnta ttftcttt oollea wltbflol a sees In tho Scientific Jltncricam A handaomN5Illelnld waoilt tot we anUtlna nf mt artanuoo hiarnal Twaii U iUrNii CO2etawmdwdr Newt da odd T eL w ILOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD TIM Tablln enact Mop 14 eel OotnpNnrlh Trait 4 Itally ai JO n m Arrive Kicbrnoad H fK D- ArriYalJltriNliO a oat Arrive Cincinnati 1 ith to Onlnc Nnrth Train 8 11M- IJI2rLeave Berets r p ui Arrive Richmond 125 pm ArrivM Iari H IH p m Arrive Cinciunati- Oolat K 00pm Niiath TrAIn D llf Leave llertlsI 11 pm Livmguton- Quins 2 05pau Booth Train un- LItv Utrolt II l1 p m Arrive Livingaton 1230 a m Trains No1 and No 6 make coo at Livingston fur Jellico and tho South with No Vf Hn No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent now January 1905 with picture and special numbers pp- surd Ship Arrive nectlon front until 1 F THE CITIZEN ill EDITORS COLUMN Bare lnsi The following bargains are for either old or new subscribers to Tnc CITIZEN If your subscription is paid up you will be given credit for one year from its present expiration date whatever it i- sBargain No One The Citizen 100 The American Farmerou 50 The Toledo Blade 100I Total regular price 250 Our Bargain Price i25 Bargain No Two The Citizen 100 The American Farmer 50 The Union Gospel News 50 Driven Back to Eden 125 05Total regular price 160IAddress James M RacerBerea Ky CUT OUT FILL IS AND WAIL TODAY COUPON I enclose S for Bargain No Name Postoffice State Bring your watch clock and jewelry repair work to W B Robe Co Shop over poet office t Prices low All work guaranteed We have the best outfit in this end of Madison county S1OO In Cash You need it every day You also need Paracamph if you suffer from RheumatismNeuralgia Sore Feet or Sore Muscles Paracamph opens the pores induces sweating and by penetrating to the seat of the ailment draws out all Fever Soreness and In lamination Try a bottle today Guaranteed by S E Welch Jr Druggist PROFIT The matter of feed is of tremendous importance to the farmer Wrong feeding is loss Right feeding is profit The uptodate farmer knows what to feed his cows to get the most milk his pigs to get the most pork his hens to get the most eggs Science But how about the children Are they fed according to science a bone food if bones are soft and undeveloped ofle hand muscle food if they are thin and weak and a blood food if there is anemia Scotts Emulsion is a mixed food the Cod Liver Oil in it makes flesh blood andmuscle the Lime and Soda make bone and brain It is the standard scientific food for delicate children 4 Send for free sample tic sure that this picture the form of a label it on the wrapper of every bottle ol you ScottBowneCHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y 5 eind h all dnijjUU I t tt I t IHHH I Eastern Kentucky News l Ho correspondence pabliihed unless tinned in full by the writer The name it not for publication but as an evidence of good faith Write plainly tLLLLLLL T 11 I 11 MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Feb IMr M J Gabbard of Berea was the guest of G B Gab bard and family Saturday and Sun dayMiss Lizia Weaver was the guest of Miss Ratie Wylie Sunday night Samuel McColum died at the home of his parents near here of con gumption Wednesday Burial in Cartersville cemetery Thursday Mr and Mrs Robert Gentrys littl daughter Dora is very sick with throat trouble DREYFUS Feb LMisses Sallie Lain Bertie Holland and Sallie Young and W P Sandlin Will Herd and Lawrence Powell were the guests of Misses Merica and Annie Kimberlain Satur day nightJames Hudson and wife are preparing for housekeeping Died on last Friday of consumption Mr James Golden near Speedwell He had been sick for eight months He leaves a wife and one child His funeralwas preached at the Speed well church last Sunday Mrs Poly A Sandlin formerly of this place died at her home in Fayette county January 26 She leaves a husband and ten children besides a host of friends to mourn her death Mrs Sandlin was a Christian lady and loved by all who knew her She was the mother of Mrs Catherine Mc Colum McKee Ky Mrs Ellen Powell Dreyfus Mrs Clara Farmer Madison 111 Mrw Marion Sandlin Valley View John Sandlin Dreyfus Dr H G Sandlin Richmond Palistine Sandlin Dreyfus Mrs Fannie Sparks Dreyfus Lewis Sand lin Oneida and Mrs Martha Ogg Dreyfus The funeral services were conducted at her residence Thursday morning at nine oclock a m by Revs Stackhouse followed by burial in Richmond cemetery 1 p mJames Baker of Jackson county and Pallie Powell of Estill county were the guests of J E Powell and family Monday night MOTE Feb b0 P Jackson Jr a student of Berea College last year is now teaching penmanship at White Hall in Garrard CoMr Joe Law son of Paint Lick has moved to ths T J Moody farm near this place Charley Rogers Jr left Friday for Hot Springs Arkansas where he will be treated for rheumatism Mr Wickand Floyd Campbell of King ston are very low with fever Uncle Sam Alicorn has Removed to his new home near BrassfiedMat Moody has a new store near this place HICKORY PLAINS Quite a severe wind and rain storm passedover this part of the coun try Sunday morning Lightning struck the eldest son of Sam Lackey near Whites Station killing him in stantly Pearl Adams is visiting her sister Mrs Maud Tisdale at Whites StationThe Misses Johnson and brothers entertained several young people at their home Thursday night Wm Johnson and Eli Cornelison took Mollie Bogie to Richmond to be tried for lunacy The Misses Powell gave a social at their home Friday nightPitt Benge is having his new barn under construction Miss Bessie Roberta of Tenn is visiting her aunt Mrs Thana McKeehan ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Feb 8 J W Lambert filled his regular appointment at Clear Creek Saturday and SundayMrs J B Coyle is very sickNora Coyle a student of Berea College visited home folks Saturday and Sunday One of the worst storms in years visited our locality Sunday morning It blew down a sheep house for J W Lam bert and quite a lot of fenceJ H Lambert and wife visited the letters parents SundayJ B Coyle went to Berea on business SaturdayThe Clear Creek church called Rev Wm Chasteen for their pastor on last Saturday Joseph Griffin who has been sick so long is some better There will be meeting at Fairview Saturday and SundayMrs Annie Poynter visited Mrs Daisy Lambert SCAFFOLD CANE Feb 8 Martha McQueen is on the sick list this weekRosa Evans of Berea visited her grandparents on Clear Creek Saturday and Sunday Dillard Griffin made a business trip to Berea Friday Mn J S Waddle tt t t t I I IJIIi4MIJiII1 I and Misses Katie and Dinksoy Lakes were guests of Mrs Mina Davis Fri dayDaddy Todd is running his grist mill anti shingle factory on full time and will fill orders for shingles on short noticeBradley Lake of Bearknob visited Mr and Mrs 0 M Payne at Disputanta Saturday and Sunday Mr Sill Shearer and Miss Martha Abrams of Buckcreek were married at the home of the bride Feb Rockfordeon business SaturdayThe worst wind and hail storm in years visited this region Sunday morning Fences and timber were blown down outbuildings unroofed and hay stacks and fodder scattered MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE IFeb 8 Mrs Belle Gray teacher at Helena spent Saturday and Sun day with Mrs Pricilla TaylorMrs Mary Self is critically ill with lOU sumption at the home of Mrs Delia Carlisle on WNst Third StMIIUI Alice Simms teacher in the city school is ill with pleurisy Mrs L D Henderson is acting as substitute Prof C W Reynolds entertained his pupils Friday evening witha social at the home of Mrs Dr Stev ens During the evening Prof Reynolds was presented with a writing folio by his pupilsvery enjoyable time was spentMr William Hinton left last week for Detroit Mich Mrs Pearlie Clark of Covington is visiting her mother Mrs Louisa Commodore of the East EUlllre siding older E A White held quarterly meeting Sunday at the Scotts ChapelBorn to Mr and Mrs Henry Jackson of the East End a baby girlMrs LD Hender son entertained Friday evening in honor of her friend Mrs Minnie Ritcheson of Cincinnati MrsRitch eson is visiting Mrs Sallie Robertson of Lexington St LOCAL AND PERSONAL W II Porter is on a business trip to West Point Hardin county- J E Daltou sold his horse and buggy Monday to Mr Tisdale of Wallaceton Elmer Woolf of Salem Ky was a visitor at the house of his sister Mrs W H Porter the past week Plo Social at Parish House Fri day night from Ii to S under the auspices of the Boys Club Admission freeGrover Fish and Robert Dunn left Tuesday for St Louis where they expect to find employment on the Worlds Fair grounds Work on the new chapel and on all other improvements connected with Berea College has ceased pending the outcome in the present crisis The Drs Cornelius successfully used the method of intubation last week in saving the life of Mabel the little child of John Will Johnson during a severe attack of membranous croupPersons knowing themselves indebted to J E Dalton for black smithing for 1902 and lJO3 will confer a great favor by calling and settling at Lewis daughter of Mr and Mrs P B Lewis died Tuesday at twelve oclock at the age of twenty two years She had been sick two weeks The bereaved family have the sympathy of the community The fare from Berea to Bowling Green and return on account of Y M C A State Convention will be 1678 Rate applies via Livingston Ticket on sale February 18 19 and 20 Good returning until February 22A posse of twentyfive men have been hunting this week in this county for the murderers of Station Agent Wm B Rucker at Danville Mr Rucker was formerly a resident of Paint Lick and was well known in this county The two weeks series of Union Gospel meetings closed Sunday night with a meeting pronounced by many of the best of the series The evangel ist Rev J O Buswell left on the early train Monday for his home in Waukesha Wis Dr G A Burgess formerly pastor of the Union church here but now of Foster R I is engaged to supply his old church in Toledo Ohio for ten weeks while the pastor Rev JI Bourner Allen goes ro the Worlds Sunday school Association at Jam salem Mr C F Higgins of the Kentucky Carriage Works Richmond was in town Saturday setting up a drummer wagon for Mason Dunn the new liveryman in charge of the stable formerly owned by Bogie A Johnson Mr Dunn also purchased five other fine rigs from Mr Higgins During the severe storm Sunday morning Ladies Hall was stripped of a good portion of its tinroofing by the wind allowing the rain to beat In for a time The damage was all repaired before noon however A number of trees were also blown down The storm seems to have been general the adjoining counties to the west having suffered severely A letter from Miss Hauls Embree dated Dec li states that she arrived safely at her destination in La Plata Argentine Republic S A on NOT 24 She and her companion Miss Harrison of Brockton Mass who is to be her assistant in missionary work are now studying the Spanish language under a competent teacher preparatory to entering upon their active duties as missionaries Xannio Boggs aged seven yean daughter of Mr and Mn John Boggs died Wednesday morning at oclock from the effect of burnt sustained Tuesday night at about 7 oclock Nannie with her little brother Reed had been left upatain for a few moments and according to little Reeds story they put some paper in the stove which fell out while burning In attempting to put it back his sisters clothing caught fire The parents hearing a noite hastened up stairs and met the child enveloped in flames which she doubt lee inhaled Mr and Mrs Boggi were badly burned in their efforts to save their child The family are stricken with grief and have the sympathy of many friends About 50 Mn Speck for Mdlses County The much heralded matsmeeting of citizens favoring the bill against Berea was attended by some fifty persons anda fow spectators and passed resolutions rather less fierce than the petition published in the Courier Journal The Remonstrance of Bern Gillian has been almost universally signed Some citizens who are away have tent in their signatures by mail Any who have not had the opportunity to sign may find a paper at Preetont store or the Treasurers office The Press of the Country for Brsa The comments of the grew newspapers of the Unt0dStatea upon the attack on Berea College it very grati fying not only in ita stand for Aca demic freedom and the rights of the case but also in its complimentary notices of Bereas great work Not only independent papers like the Evening Post and the Springfield Republican take this stand but also a very considerable number of Democratic papers headed by the Brooklyn Eagle WOOD FOR IEREA COLLEGE Contracts for the supply of wood for Berea College for the coming year are now being assigned by the Treasurer fl75 per cord will be paid for sound body wood delivered at the College buildings Persons wishing to furnish wood should use the Treasurer and secure a contract before it is all assig- nedSAW MILLFor Sale Russell manufacture heavy double saw rig with 18horse compound trio tion engine Out fire years everything in running order Alto a good team and road wagon a bargain if sold by March 1st For further information call on or address P S Dearborn BIBIA KT Another Cae of KhcmnaUim Car 4 by Chamberlain Pain Ualrn The efficacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm in the relief of rheumatism is being demonstrated daily Parker Triplett of Grisby Va says that Chamberlains Pain Balm gave him permanent relief from rheumatism the back when everything else failed and he would not be without it For sale by S E Welch Jr 00000000000000000000000000 0- o o u i o THIS MEANS Ss to you iu o 0- S 0 0- i If you arc not trading at theoto datC store ofciiBICKNELL EARLY o i iYouare making bigmistake S in and we will prove it a 5toyou i 20 lbs gran sugarii i o oooeooooooooroooooooooooooon JeJe Brannaman IwGroceries Dry Goods and Notions Yens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Naven Laundry oeooeooeooooooeoooooooooooooo o IIT PAYS TO TRADE I AT WELCHS io Wisdom mews jood Good judgment meanso probUnittold right and you always get a square Irijrblaad dlISugar 4c iObelisk Flour 60c 2 Oorn lOc 15cSsoap lOc i 4 lbs Package Gold dust 16c i Nice Crackers per Ib 5c o Potatoes per bu 100 One gallon bucket syrup 25c o ItiStock all the way through in proportion this it why I looks like everybody trades at I oeo WaeoeoaaoooaaoaooJIo o o o o r This space has been purchased by The Students Job Print Printers of The Citizen i p r j +o+ooo+ o+ ooo +o+o +o +o +o +o +ooo +o +o+o +o +o +o+o iWhy Pay High Prices i toI f fOrapulatad o fPRIOES THAT WILL OPEN t 1YOUR EYES ONIIIOlothing Shoes Hats and OapII Goods etc Capes and JaokIe buyI0 I t t +O +o oo +o +o +o +o +o+o + o+o+ o + o+o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o