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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r H I f RACER end Publisher tEditor opts at Beret Ay at umW 1IIQ1l1llnl rlto+HH+ti1 I VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 1904 One dollar year NO 35 IDEAS Labor In for man ROll not tnnn for labor Ono active virtue In worth ten absent vicesiiA man begins to go down tho mom cut ho ceases to look up The decision for the right is always more difficult than the doing of Ill Jlamt Morn TAKE NOTICE Tho great orator Dr Eugene May will give the third number in tho yFebruaryning at 730 oclock Dr May cornea with strong testimonials from every State in the Union Do not miss this great lecture COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY sfleeraon Thursday Culver roller millRt Warmly valued at 18000 ware destroyed by fire Wednesday night of last week While despondent over Ill healtb David W Rose committed hanging in his stable loft at Morej head Ky Tho now Kentucky Home at the St Louis Exposition was dedicated Saturday by services attended by the legislative party from the grand old Commonwealth Dr William L MuEwan pastor of the Third Presbyterian church at PitUburg 1a was elected provident of Central University Danville ate meeting of the Board of Trustees at Lexington last Thursday LATHR Students of the University have petitioned Dr McJ wan to the presidency of tho InltitutionI IN OUR OWN The President Thursday proclaim ed the neutrality of the United States In tho RUBO Japanese War Speaker Cannon broke tin record in the National OOIIBO Friday by puling through 320 private pension bills in- V IDG minutes Tire United Status Senate in ex cutivo session agreed to take a rote on the Panama canal treaty on or he fore February 21IThe bill to pay 150000 to exQueen Liliuokalanl of Hawaii failed to pass the United States Senate Monday theI vote flIng 26 to JO It Is said that ten thousand people went from Washington City to Balti more to see the firs runes and the desolation Abraham Lincolns birthday RnnlI versary Friday February 1iwan obeerved by banquets and public meetings In various cities of the United States The banks of Baltimore resumed business Thursday The main stn tsI of the fire district have boon clwuod and many property owners havo signed contracts for rebuilding Satisfied that his election was secured by fraud Congrestman Shaf roth of Colorado this morning in the National House voluntarily gave it up to Robert W Bonyngo Republican conteetantJSenator Bannas condition la very serious Ho has lost ground for two days Some of his friends havo ale most ceased to hope for his recovery LATERSenator Hanna died Mon day afternoon at his hotel in Wash ington City FROM THE WIDE WORLD China issued a proclamation of neutrality in the JapaneseRussian warOwing to the war tho prices of silt fabrics made in Japan have boon ad vanced 10 per cent A dispatch from Paris announces that the Dreyfus case has been dell nitely set down for trial by the Court of Cassation on February 25 The State Department has been in formed that the Jiminez rebels are tearing up an American railroad in San Domingo A warship has boon L 1ordered to Puerto Plata A report from Tokio Japan says that In a renewal of hostilities four I Russian battleships and three cruisers were destroyed and that two Japanese warships wore damaged A later reo saytand that the Russian Bank building was destroyed A dispatch from Nagasaki says seven Russian ships were captured jI 6 gpijce 0 5ro111olleKoTHE 1 CITIZEN a 4 Lt11 24t 6tabZr tw4m94i23 i 1 WHICH WILL DROP tm1 I a Eastern Kentucky at The Worlds Fair The Kentucky Exhibit Association has succeeded in raising the full inountlOOOOJfor giving Ken tucky representation at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition 75000 of the amount coming in tho shape of an ap propriation by the Legislature The work henceforth will be under the direction of the Worlds Fair corn byOovernorfifteen members several of whom wore members of the Kentucky Ex libit Association At the first meet l ng of the commissioners the follow- Ing oifioers were elected President A Y Ford VicePresident Chas C Spalding Secretary and Director of Exhibits R E Hughes Mr Ford and Mr Hughes held similar offices in the Kentucky Exhibit Association The entire efforts of the commission will now bo directed towards the gathering of exhibits from every county in tho State It was unanimously decided to carry out without changes interruption the plansof the Kentucky Exhibit Association It had already arranged for displays from all but sixteen counties Of these sixteen counties six belong to the section in which we aro most interested Committees are at work in each of those counties and Tux CITIZEN urges all persons generally to come forward at onco withany exhibits they may think worthy of s pace at tho Worlds Fair and turn them over to the committee Tho six counties with their committees are as follows FLEMISH Geo P Dudley and J H felt Fleiuinaburg R F Marshall Ml Cannel FLOYD Judge B E Stanley and L P Mays ProstonsburgJohnFinlaysonDwalo JACKSON J P Engle McKee Robt Johnson Moores Creek MARTIX J Kirk and W F Cain Inez PIKE ames Swords Pikovillo POWELL John Williams Stanton W A Hos kins Clay City Five other Coun ties in this section are depending stalest exclusively upon pictures for their exhibits which should certainly have displays of forestry minerals etc as well They follow with their committees LCTCHER J W Collins Whitesburg G W Venters Vilas MAQOFFIN D D Sublett and Judge A T Atkinson Salyersville MENI FEB Judge J T Osborne and H N GOBS LVoncbburg MOIUUN Judge S Davis and J W Steele West LIberty J D Lykius Malone 0V3LEV W T Cay wood and H C Combs Booueville J E Wilson Jr Sturgeon It is certainly up to the citizens of each county in Eastern Kentucky to comp forward at once witheverything that would interest a Worlds Pair visitor and be a benefit to their counlvl As at least one month will be consumed in the installation of exhibits all materiel intended for display from Kentucky should be in St Louis by April I the exposition opens April SO This means that exhibits not shipped direct to the exposition from points of origin should be in Louisville where carload lots are being made up by March 16 Exhibi tors are urged to hustle No time should be lost A days delay now is equal to a months delay a year ago All expenses of getting exhibits to shipping points and shipping charges therefrom are to be paid by the Worlds Fair Commission Worlds Fair Souvenir Gold Dollars The late coins 250000 piecoa is sued from the United States Mint at Philadelphia to commemorate the Louisiana Purchase Exposition and known as tbo Louisiana Purchase Gold Dollar have been pronounced the finest examples of modern coining art They are of two types half bearing tho likeness of Thomas Jefferson and halt of William McKinley A number of these going bavtir reached our city and are being shown and sold by the Berea Banking Co The various jewelry mountings that may bo had for this souvenir makes them especially desirable The pro cootie from their sale will be used to promote the greatest of Worlds Fairs the Louisiana Purchase Exposition 1904 Antlkimnli Calendars The 1901 Antikamnia Calendar entitled Confidence is a faithful ro production of Getly s masterpiece and stands pro eminent for attractiveness sweetness aud beauty among the many calendars published this year Tho Antikamnia Chemical Co 1621 Pine St St Louis Mo will mail one taany reader of TUB CITIZEN on rev ceipt of ten cents in postage stamps Lends Democrat In the llouir The new floor lender of the Demo crate In the national house of represent atlves John Sharp Williams of Missis sippi has for many years heen one of the wits of that bOOr of lawmakers Mr Williams Is a native of Tennessee hut most of his life has been passed in Mississippi He Is now serving his seventh term In congress Leadership of the minority In tbo house of repre sentatives In the national congress Is n post of great party rcspouslblllly When tbe 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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 50o and Sl bottle at the East End Drug Coa rr LIFE THE INTERPRETER We look towards the dark perplexing Past And rcarch with hopeless unrevealing cesTho keyless enigmatic riddle vast That untranslatable behind ua lien Mute by our side Life stands close veiled aloof Her flloncc mocking us It seems our doubt That there Is any meaning In the whole Or any chart for feet along tho route ItliiR In our cars the echo of a song A song that mocked the breaking of a heart Across tho cruel wayward lnst la flung A mirthless laugh In which Joy held no pnrt- sought but despair When swift sho urIs her veil And In n moment all la rendered clew Tho Pat redeemed tho harshness s washed away Through tho cnllchtcnliic magic of II tear Yet once again tho shrouding llls raised A gleam of brightness In a vrrary while And all the hopeless enigmatic Past Is lightened by the magic of n smile Author of Miss Molly In Chambers Journal t THE MISSISSIPPIBUBBLE Br EMERSON HOUGH Author ofTho Story tile Cowboy The Girl ht the HUw yHotue Etc Ooprigit Itct by Emenoa Uooflu CHAPTER V CoxnNUKi John Law was in London on no such blind quest as ho had himself declared lie was here by the Invitation secret yet none the less obligatory of Montague controller of tho financial policy of England And lie was to meet hero upon this fair morning none less than lily Lord Somers keeper of the seals none less than Sir Isaac Newton the greatest mathematician of his time none less than John Locke lire most learned philosopher of the day Strcsn company thlsfor a young and unknown man yet In tho belief ot Montague hImself a young man and a gambler by Instinct not too strong for this j tiling Scotchman who had startled the parliament of his own land by some cf the most remarkable theories of finance which had ever been prop sed Ju any country or to any governincn As Law had himself arrogantly an nounced he was Indeed a philosopher end a mathematician y oung as lie was and these things Montague WaIl Uln cclf een enough to know It promised then to be a strange md Interesting council this which was to meet today at the Rank of England to adjust the value of Englands coin Ko two phlolosophers one pompous trimmer and two gamblers tho young cr raid mere daring of whom was now calmv threading the streets of Lon don or Ms way to a meeting which might n rm much to him All thois at the board loosed with some inttnlncss at the figure of the young man from the North who cftns as the guest of Montague With small formality tho latter rose and advanced to meet Law with an eager grasp of the hand He made him knows to the others present prompUy but with a half apology Gentlemen said he I have made bold to ask the presence with us of a young man who has much concerned himself with problems such as those which we have now in hand Sir Isaac Newton this io Mr Law of Kdlnboro Mr Law the fame of John Locke I need not lay before you and of my Lord Somers your need no advice Mr Law I shall pray you to be seated I shall but servo as your mouth piece to the court gentlemen re i turned Montague seating himself and turning at once to the business of the day Vo are all agreed as to the urgency of the case The king needs behind him in these times a contented people You have already seen the im minence of a popular discontent which may shako the throne of England none too safe in these days of change That we must reorganize the coinage is un derstood and agreed The question Is how best to do this without further un settling the times One after another he called upon each of those present fur suggestions leaving John Law to thetestMr Law said Montague by your hAve and by the leave of these gentle men here present I shall tal o the liberty of asking you If there doth occur to your mind any plan by which we may bo relieved of certain of these difficulties I am aware sir that you are much a student in these matters A grave silence fell upon all John Law young confident and arrogant In many ways ns he was none mho less possessed sobriety and depth of thought Just as he possessed the ex ternal dignity to give It fitting vehicle Ko gazed now at the men before him not will timorousness or trepidation His faro was grave and ho returned their glances calmly as he rose and trade the speech which unknown to himself was presently to prove so im portant in his life e My lords said he and gentlemen ot this council I am Illfitted to be present here nnd Illfitted to add my Alvlce to that which has been given II is not for mo to go beyond the pur jjftse of this meeting or to lay before you Certain plans of my own regarding the credit of nations I may start aim lily from establlohed principles of hu xuan nature- S is true that the coinage Is a irtMure of the government Yet I be Here It a be true hat tho government lives purely upon credit whIch Is tti say the confidence of the people In that governmentNow may reason in this mat tor from the lessor relations of our dally life What manner of man do wo most trust among those whom wo meet 1 Surely the honest man the plain man tho one whoso directness and In tegrity we do not do tbt Truly you may witness the nature of such a man in the manner of hit speech in his mien In his conduct Therefore my lords and gentlemen it seems to mo plain that wo shall hest gain confidence for ourselves if WA act In the mot simple fashion Let us tale up this matter direct ly with parliament not stoking to evade the knowledge of parliament in any fashion for as wo know the par liament and tho king are not tho best bedfellowa these days and the ono is ready enough to suspect tho other Let us have a bill framed for parlia mentsuch bill mado upon the deci sions of these learned gentlemen pres ent Above all things let us net with perfect openness As to the plan Itself it seems that a few things may be held safe and sure Since wo cannot use the old coin then surely we must have a new coin milled coin which Charles the earlier king of England has decreed Surely too as our learned friend has wisely stated the loss in any rccolnago ought in full justice and honesty to fall not upon the people of England but upon the government of England It seems equally plain to mo there must be a day set after which the old coin may no longer bo used Set It some months ahead not ns my Lord Keeper suggests but n few days PO tnat full notice may bo given to all Make your campaign free and plain and placo It EO that It maybe known not only of parliament bat of all tho world Thus you establish yourselves In the confluence of parlia ment and In the good graces of this people from whom tho taxes mast ultimately come- Montagues hands smote again upon the table with a gesture of convic lion John Locks shifted again In hU chair Sir Isaac and the lord keeper gazed MeadfnsV at this young man who stood before them calmly assuredly and yet with no assumption In his mien Moreover went on John Law calmly there I this further benefit to be gained as I am sure my country man Mr Paterson has long ago made plain It Is not a question of tho wealth of England but a question of I WAS WORKING A KNIGHT tho confidence of tho people In the throne There Is money In abundance in England It Is tho province of mi lord chancellor to wheodle it out of thoio coffers whore It is concealed and place It before the uses of the king Gentlemen It In confidence that we tired There will In no trouble to se cure loans of money In this rich land but tho taxes must bs tho pledge to your banters This new Dank of En gland will furnish you what moneys you may need Secure them only by the pledge of such taxes as yogi feel the people may not resent give thr people free of cost n coinage which they can trust and tlieclt seems to me my lords and gentlemen the of tho revenue may be thought solved simply and easily nolved too with out Irritating eIther tho people or the parliament or endangering the rela tions of parliament and the throne The conviction which fell upon all found Its best expression in the race of Montague The ycuth and nervous ness of the man passed away upon the instant He sat there sober and thoughtful quiet and resolved Gentlemen said he at mat slow ly my course la plain front this instant I shall draw tho bill and it shall go to parliament The expense of this iccoinage I am sure we can find main tamed by the stockholders of the Dank of England and for their pay wo shall propose a new tax upon the people of England Wo shall tax tho wlndowb of the houses of England and hence tax not only the poor but the rich of England and that proportionately with their wealth As for the coin of En gland it shall ha honest coin mad honest and kept honest at no cost to the people of old England Sirs my heart la lighter than It has basal for many days Tho last trace or formality in the meeting having at length vanished Montague made his way rapidly to the foot of tho table Ho caught Law by both his hands Sir said he you helped un al the last stage of our ascent A mis take hero had been ruinous not only to myself and friends Lut to the safety of tho whole government You spoke wisely end practically SI If I can ovor In all my life servo you command me and ate whatever price you name I ara not done with you sir resumed Montague casting his arm btvjhly shout Im others blwulJ tr as they walked out We must met again to discuss certain problems of tho currency which I bethink me you have studied deeply Keep you hero In London for I shall have need of you Within tho month perhap i with in tho week I shall require you En gland needs men who can do more than dawdle Pray you keep mo advised where you may be found rejLaw If you should think my poor services useful your servants might get trace of mo at tho Groen LInn un less I should bo In knowcth what may cOllieIMontague laughed lightly At the Green Lion or in NeV ate Itself sail he no ready for I have not yet done with you fJHAPTEK VI TIm IIKSOLUTION OF MU LAW The problems of Englands troubled Pnauces the questions of the coinage tho gossip of the kings embroilments with tho parliament these things it may again be said occupied Laws mind far loss than tho question of paining audience with his fair rescuer of the morn at Sadbrs Wells This was the puzzle which resolve as ho might not even his audacious wit was able to provide with plausible solution Ho pondered the matter In a hundred different pleasing phases as ho passed from the flank of England through the crowded streets of London and so nt length found himself at the shabby little lodgings in Hradwcll street where- he and his brother had for tho lime taken tip quarters- It startcth well my boy cried he gully to his brother when nt length ho had found his way up the narrow stair into the little room and discov ered Will patiently awaiting his return Already two of my errands are well acquit You have then sent the letters too r goldsmith hero said Will Now to say tho truth I had not thought of that But letters of credit why need we trouble over such matins Theo English are but babes Give me n night or so nt the Green Lion und well need no letters of emd It Will not at your puree boy tlnco you aro the thrifty cashier of our thin like not this sort of gold calrt Will Law MI tint his lips judicially Yet It serms to purchase well a atty said the other Indifferently Out there nmttt bu serious purpose Know then cried the older men fuddcnly that I have found sucn torlous purpose The speaker stood looking out of the window hii rye flied out across tha roofs of Ixuijon There had now fallen froM his faro all trace of levity and Into Ms eye and mouth there cme reflex of the decision of his rpeerh Will stirred in hU rhar anil nt l ntb the two faced ouch other And pray what Is this sudden reso lution Jack said Will Law If I must tell you It Is Imply this I rm rcsilvod to marry the girl Wit ran at Sadlers Wells lionwhatYet what repeated hfci Mother mockingly hit I would auk which 1 There was but one sroid John Lur TIme Uli on with tho brassybrown cporrr i hlr the Might blue eye find tte frre of a queen tier lIUc Jt riot In nil tin world llelhoipl t twui more llltc to he tlv lltr replied Will Yet oIhow dare you think tints of that lady Why Jack twas tho Lady Catharine Knollys sister to the Earl of Dane bury Law did not at once make any answer He turned to the drosslug table mind began making such shift ns ho could to better his appearance Will said he at length you areas over a babe and a suckling I quite despaIr of you Twould servo no purpose to cxpaln anything to faint a heart ns yours Butt you may como with me And whither Whither Where else than to the residence of this Elm lady Loo you I have learned this Sho la as you say tho sister of tho Earl of Han bury and Is for the time ct the town house in Knlghtwoll Terrace More over if that news bo worth while to so whltofenthcreil a swain as your self the other damsel tho dark one the one with the mighty pretty Mlle foot lives there for tho time as the ucst of Lady Catharine They aro rated thick as peas In a pod True wo are strangers yet I venture we have made a beginning and If wo venture morn we may bctlei tho beginning Should I falter when luck gave mo the run of trente nt lo va hit yostcrrtiy Nay ever follow fortune lard antl she waits for you CHAPTER VII TWO MAIDS AimoimruNG Now a plague take all created things Lady Kitty cried Mary Connynge pctnlcnlly Hinging down a siren pat tern over which she hind pretended to bo engaged There are devils In tho tfclns today Ill try no moro wltht Kio For Gharrc Mary Connynge ioped Lady Catherine Knollys re provlrsly So far from hatter ompor nre of speech dldit ever hoar of the virtue of icrscveraace N jw for my own part And what for your own part Havo I no eyes to sea that thourt puttering over tho same corner this last half hour What is it thou art making today Tho Lady Catherine paused for a mo ment and held her embroidery frame away from her at arms lonstli looking at it with brow puckering into a per pleed frown- I was wnriinp a Jinshl utJ the A tnll 010Yea a tall one with yellow ha i warrant Why co It was i was but seeking Rom of the right hue cd ffitinJ II difficult And with blue eyes True or perhaps gray I could nut state which I had naught In my box would servo to mint mo for the egos Dut how know you this Mary Con nyngo asked tho Lady Catharine eccugo I was making some such knight for myself replied tho other Seol Ho was to have been tail of good figure wearing a wIde hat and plume withal But lest I spoil him my knight now n plague take me If do not ruin him complete So saying she drew with vengeful fingers at thi Intricately woven silks until she hue Indeed undone all that had gone bo fore What pantomime might have followed did not appear for at that ma mcnt the butler appeared at thn doo with an admonitory cough If you please your ladyship said ho thcra are two persons walling They ihns 13 to say lieone of them asks for l111shllI James your ladyship Is the name ho tends Ha rays If your ladyship phonic that he has brought with him something which your ladyship left behind If your ladyship please Lady Catharine and Mary Connyngo had both arisen and drawn together and they now turned each a swift glance upon tho other Are these gentlemen wailing with out the street door asked lady Catharine No your ladyship That Is lo say before thought I allowed the tall onn to come within Oh well then you see Mary Con nynRC replied Lady Catharine with the pink flirh rising In her cheek It wore nude to turn them now from our door since they have already been ad milled James you may bring the gentlemen In Inter therefore John Law nnd his brother Will the former seeming thus with case to have made good his prom to win post the door of the Eart1 Bit bury Lady Catharine Knollya said John Law his oico deep anti even and showing no false not of embarrass ment we come RJ you may see to ma o our rerpecti to yourMlf and your friend and to thank you for your kind seas to two Rtrancora To two strangers Mr Law sall Lady Citbsrlno pointedly Yosand the answorlns smile tsar hard to tat Ieuledto two strangers who are still streamers I did but be- thInk me It was sweet to have such Madness Wo were advised that lon den was cruel cold and that all folk of this city hatoti their followmcn S since twii welcome to lo thus kfiidiy entreated believed It but tho act nl courtesy to oxprew our lhnns mop seeming than no mlrlit in that wo were two logsnrs foy the wayside Therefor pay tho first flower of my perpetual tribute He bowed and ex tended as he spoke a deep red rose ills oye though still direct was at much Imploilns as It was bold Instinctively Mary Connynge and Lady Catharine had drawn together rotrcatltig somewhat from this Inlni slon They were now standing man school girls looking timidly ores Iholr shoulders as he advanced lady Catharine hesitated anti yet she moved forward a Ii tIC pace as though bidden by omc unheard voice Twai nth lug what wo did for you and sot brother said she She extended hr hand as she spoke As for the flour I thlnkI think a rose is a swcolprcllj thing To lie Continued AN ATTRACTIVE BIBLE Covers or Ilic innil Ilnnk dntnliiM- ItrnitliiR Will Ifrpt VIIUIIR alas ip MuhtH Wllllant Gordon the Kncllsh urn torlan was suddenly overtaken by ness while traveling and forced to o maIn at tho modest home of an II literate farmer Tho house was fo void of books relates a I jntlon ex change DurIng lie convalescence i Mr Gordon expressed n desire for I cod hook and his host made the with i mown Bibles began to arrive The neighbors apparently had but cm concepllon of what constituted a good book An occasional religious wont added variety Tho farmer soon ob served that one of time Bibles was es pecially favored by tho sick man To all appearances this book resembled many of tho others piled up In a ccr nor Ono day the farmer asked tIll hlatorlan why ho h d selected that par ticular Bible Gordon demanded se crecy The farmer agreed to guard the disclosure and learned that within thr covers ot that particular Bible was contained a charming story not written by saints of old out by ono ot the most popular novelists of tho day Some youngster has succeeded In staying up late by convincing his elders that ho In n Bible student Tho par entn unwittingly sent mo tfad book was the historians version t llunly Voninii of the Alp Somewhere In tho Trench city ol Lyons Is a little cocoa shop kept by i woman who has von a record In lit lips which veteran cllmlorj may well envy Ior years she has followed tit French Alpine troops with her basket marching with them on their maneu vets with her walkiuxstIcK ns sup port and her basket of ocoa as ex cue Within a few days this wonder fill woman has scaled a mountain 250C fast high crossed another covered with snow aitendcd another to a height ol 200 meters climbed with tha troops lo the top of Mont Cents nnd finally cf tho regiment at tho summit of tit Frejai n holght of 2700 meters Sol diet after soldier fell out of the ranks hut the cocoa woman marched ou uj the Aipa and down the Alps DR V H HOBSON Dentist Kto WKK AND IOWSriIIITii A Corrnpntidriit Thtii Ilrtrtllim lllr Kiprrlrnrx I can strongly recommend Ilorbinu as n medicine or remarkable Hicncy for indigestion loss of appetite sour taste in tbo mouth palpitation head ache drowsiness after meals with distressing mental depressions and low spirits Herbino must be a unique preparation for cases such asinine for a few doawf entirely removed my complaint I wonder at people going on suffering or spending their money on worthless things when Horbino in procurable andso cheap fiOo a bottle at the East End COH aamlrorlr tit 1eeigrommuatannriroaearrb lag rerenoa SWIFT CO tlfL pn Opp US Patent OCrb WuhlAjton 0 G iuiiir IN ONK MIMITI Ono Minuto Cough Cure gives relief in ono minuto because U kills limo microbo which tidklia the mucous membrane causing tho cough and at tho same time clears the phlegm draws out thn inflammation and heals anti soothes the affected parts Ono Minuto Ctigh Curo strengthens the lungs wnnU ofT pneumonia and Is n liarmleHi anti never failing cum in nil curable cases of Coughs Colds anti Croup Oro Minuto Cough Curo is pleasant to take hannlciw and Rood alike for yung anti old Sold by the Eat End Drug Co S M iDveslmeot L Fur 8170 will rnit by riprn inol tirrpl d rumplrl w 1trtnrTrlrmph with IHr fell with hilt In iirurlloni lor Irarnlns TKLIGICAI OPKKATING A urlnntlnf study that will eoabtyoa to earn- sendform77PigraphCatatntwhich Va liMijnlla a variety of Klrrlrlcal hpvclalllrii or r are- log I will send TrirpbouB Catalog HERMAN C TAFEL CVCHTTHINO CltCTKICtl tun w Jtrr r Poe aa IBUIKIUC an When you feel blue and that every thing goes wrong take a dose of Cbamberlaius Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse and invig orate your stomach regulate your bowels give YOU a relish for your food and make you feel that in this world is a good place to live For sale by S E WELCH Jn Druggist REPAIR THAT LOOM Beres College hoe secured a market for homespun and homewoven goods such as bed coverlids linen dress linsey jeans blankets etc at follow Ing prices Coverlids S 4 to f6 Linen 40 to 60 coats a yard Dress Linsoy CO cents o yard Jeans GO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes t3 a pair NWIito lincoy and white blankets ore not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2J yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homo modo dyes- Anywomanwhowants to sell cover lids or homespun to Borea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For information apply in per son or by loiter tc MrslIettie W Graham Dorval Kyi The best physic Once tried you will always use Ch RlldJStomach nod Liver Tablets William A Gironl Tense Vt Tnblots are the most prompt most pleasant and moot reliable cathartic in use For Sulo by S li WELCH JR Druggist your harness lIs In good repair J ul riiiir plowing will soon ha hero tit t ntld t for it beforehand by put fart tour luirnes in good shape from ur Hluiulid line of CoIJnr Pad Collars little Hands Bridles llnmo Chains BroechfugyTrace Chains Hiimos etc r If you nerd a Now S t of harness wo barn thn Invst Our prices nre PItlamely low when you consider thlfuality r T J MOBERLY halo Street Itwhmoml Ky llltrr Then Cold I was troublol for several sears nitb chronic indigestion and nervous debility writes F J Qroun of Lsn castor X IL Xo remedy helped mo until I began mining Electric hitters which did mo more good thin nil the medicines I overused They liars also kept my wife in excellent health for yens She says Electric Bitters are just pplundid for lumalu troubles lint they MO a grand tonic and in- vigorator for wreak run down womec No other medicine can take its place in our family Try them Only fiOc Sntiti fact ion guaranteed by tho Eas End Drug Co MONBMENTSUrns Crtnlt end UirbU Iorll of nil kInd dons in n norkmnnlikn innnnnr nt ron sonnblo prime and with dispatch Allyork gusr otccxl b- yGULDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky n mrt nt Main and Cnltlni Street Lu d AN KAIUV ItlSKIt A strong healthy active oonnUlu lion depends largely on Iho condition of tho liver Tho famous little p Un known as DowittM Ltttlo Early Risers not only cleanse tho system but tboy strengthen tho action of liver and rebuild tho tissues fug that organ Liltlo Early Hi 11111jare easy to act they never grips yet they arc absolutely certain produce results that are satisfactory in all cases Sold by the East End Drug C- oTis the Comfort Line FREERECLINING CHAIR CARS On the popula- rHENDERSON ROUTE Between LOUISVILLEEVANSVILLE i ST LOUIS The WEST And SOUTHWESTI ofYAs wo nro the crginntors Fran Reclining Chair Car service botwoon Louisville and St Louis dont you think it would pay you in traveling to Get tho Hen derson Routo baJiLtU- will pa Ask us about it L J Irwin Oenl Pass Agt Goo Girrctt Trav Pass Agt I LOUISVILLE KV I Ji THE CITIZEN 3 t f r 4 HWHHHW MHHHHHx The Home ii JENNIE LESTER lULL Editor 11 HHIHMMIMMHWHHH fIITSOF FEMININITY A dainty collar anil cuff sot in of r white linon with thn scalloped edges bound with bund of vivid bluolinuu Siberian blue n niodiuin tint is ono of fashion favorite l Thoro is a growing liking for situ r lIIultiHUPS Fashion ngHin allows the handkerchief to bo carried in the cuff of the leuvo when occasion does not permit of a handbag Patent leather bollso glossy and alluring in their dainty shaded are r just tho things to wear with shirt waistsi is still very much used as n trimming not only for bodies but I for Mufrtn will Tho plain tailor nntde Hhirtwatat or hlouflo has Lw u rusticated into life once more attar a purlod of almost ap parent oblivion In favor of the more trimmed and embroided bloun Wide high belts of soft leather are worn with these waists uoimly the color of the belt totting in through tho dominating shades of tho waist CrunU girdle bolts and fancy ntooka are iudinponnnble to the well appoint ttl wardrobe Odd bits of silk unlit lace and ribbon are utilized for these dainty trifles which any clover woman can readily Quillti of mlkoIare shown sown of the most attractive are ex cordlugly broad and in dullcolors Tie suntans muff are very largo and ruolon shaped Embroideries of all orts are if ponniblp store lined titan ever and many of the novelties show tilts introduction of chenille fSllhionlPd tOloHIIHIHIIHIIHIHI I The School JOHN WHIT DINSMORB Editort IfHHHHWHH1HHHH Aq Animal Story Por Little Polka A Foolish Pair Mr Mini Mr Googooblrd wore very economical and tuneful crvntunti runt 4 It happened that In n few years tlxy limnugcd to lay by n trice little mini of unary Ono day they ngnid to buy nets clolhii und bcclii to enjoy lift Ho Mr itxK Hblnl punhatted pret ty niniw bat lull tin i tHJulIlnlllllr rluiMil a beautiful nirliii bonnet Then they put on plea lute thing unit view out to tbo road where they perched upon the iilleloiio to wait for the oth er bird and iiiilninU to pass by and J soy nice thing nlxHit them lint nil the Ilinu nobody came their way to hdmlrc them mid they wonder ed Wily that wa They still walled J however Now the truth of the matter was lint there was a Kinnll black cloud In J THEY rrjicHKU UPON TUB HIIKSTOSE eeryInfrnld to venture from their homes un ill titter the storm for they were mire that the cloud meant mill The Goo KooblitU were pleased with them ofror collie It took them by surprise My how It did rnlul And my how their poor huts did suffer Mm Goo Kooblrds feathers were so thoroughly soaked with water that they were sim ply washed off her lust and black dye j from tho band of Mr Goosooblrds hilt down Into his eyes Their flap thing were utterly ruined but they learned n very good lesson and that lesson was that clothes are not every Ithing In this world Good common sense It worth much moreDetrolt Journal I HHHHHHIHHM1HHH I The Farm i SILAS CHBBVUH MASON Editor It11I111lIIII +1I11tiF Warm Water For Cows It has long boen known that tho more water n cow drinks the more milk she will give but it is not ROil orally known that tho cow will give much more milk if alto drinks water at 7fi degrees than at 12 to JW degrees This is the only legitimate way to water milk and milk sellers should remember it It pays to warm water for milk cows in water Money In Raising Squabs At a government experiment station iJu pairs of pigeons reared 1100 squabs in a year making a profit of Jl 50 n pair An Antldot for Poison Sweet oil taken internally is said to be an antidote for the bites of rattle snakes of spiders and other Insects for ivy poison and for arsenic and strychnine ixoinoning It will cure bloat in animals which results from eating too much of fresh clover or similar foods The dose for a man is a spoonful taken internally for a horse eight tulles as much Every farmer should keep a bottle in his house constantly Insects and Frost It is time to atudy the curious effects of frost on insects and to note the remarkable manner in which sons of them will revive after n hard freeze It is a common experience to fluid buttei Hies frozen hard whch when first picked up are very brittle and hantlotl1Ior even placed in tho crown of your list they will rapidly recover from the etfectri of the frerz and upon being released will 11OW8Y as joyously as if nothing had happened A Rod Hot Stovo Burns whop you touch it but if you have Luracamph 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 Iaracamph Try a Me bottle THE MARKETS Flour and Grain ClnclnnaU Feb lSFlollrWlnter patent 48000 fancy U4G4G0t- amly I3S5G4 extra J32CO3CO low grade 27003 spring patent 4964 C20 fancy f42004CO family 335 QUO Northwestern rye 3CO380 Wheat No 2 red quotablo at 1024 103 on track Corn Sales No 3 mixed track 4Gc No 3 white track 46uc rejected white 44c rejected mixed track 44c mixed car track 62c OatsNo 2 mixed quotable at- 1421hf143C on track Fob 1GWheatMay CornIc 39 cICincinnati Fob 1C Cattle Heavy steers choice to extra to good 38C440 UGO490talrI extra 4GOi 47G good to 385- 0440 heifers extra 4160425 good to choice 3700410 cows extra 37504 good to choice 2850365 CalvesFair to good light 575 675 extra 1 Hogs Good to choice packers and butchers 5450550 mixed packers 5250540 light ship pers 4750510 pigs 110 Ibs and less 4150465 SheepExtra 430 0435 good to choice 3750425 Jjimbs Kxtra 6400650 good to choice GG3GI Aro You Rostloss At Night And harassed by a bad cough Use Dollar s Horehound Syrup it will secure you sound sleep and effect a prompt andradical cure 25c BOo and 1100 tattle at the East End Drug Cos- WOOD FOR BEREA COLLEGE Contracts for the supply of wood for Derea College for tho coming year ate now being assigned by the Treasurer 51 7f per cord will be paid for sound body wood delivered at the College buildings Persons wishing to furnish wood should see the Treasurer and secure a contract before it is all assigned Nearly Forfeits Ills Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove III For four years it defied all doctors and all remedies But Bucklena Arnica Salve had no trouble to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Erup tions and Plies 25c East End Drug Co r PASSED THE HOUSE The Measure Which Reshapes the Breathltt Judicial District Frankfort Feb 11SenatoThe George bill providing for a vote ef the people on ft return to tho viva voce system of voting Instead of tho secret ballot was poised yeas 29 nays 7 The refcubllcans all voted no and Senators Campbell Camtnack and Spence voted with them at first but changed their votes The bill provid ing for the resale of 20 year franchises when they expire In cities of the first class was made a special order for next Wednesday Tho senate also passed the house bills appropriating money to Improve the confederate sol diers home and Increasing the per capita allowance from 126 to 175 The democrats and republicans all united on these bills and there was not a vote against thorn Senator Taylor offered a Joint resolution to bavcJ tho names of Capt Don C Mllam and Cyrus Calvert veterans of the Mexl can war who recently died carved on the state monument In Frankfort cemetery with others whoso names aro already there House The house passed bill No 19 which provides that tho director of tho state experiment station upon receipt of foes and a sample shall Is sue to fertilizer companies sufficient number of labels to tag not less than 20 tons of fertilizer on which label shall bo printed the name and address of tho manufacturer tho name of tho fertilizer date of analysis and tho percentage of composition with a cer tlflcato authorizing the salo of such package It Is Intended to prevent de frauding of farmers In tho sale of fer tilizer Frankfort Feb 12SenateThe senate passed a bill absolutely prohib iting tho sale and transportation of quail pheasants and wild turkeys In this state but killed the other gamo and bird bills The Louisville rip per bill authorizing the mayor to appoint and remove his executive boards at pleasure which hM passed the house was postponed till February 25 This does not necessarily mean 1U defeat but It shows the bill will have tough sledding to get through House The feature of Thursdays session was the passage of a bill cre sting a new circuit court district com posed of the counties of Breathitt Ma goflln Wolfe and Knott It Is claimed by some that If the bill becomes a law the Dreathltt county troubles will break out afresh Judge James liar gls and ex Judge D B Iledwlne were both present Thursday and by their personal efforts aided In the passage of tho bill The house adopted a res elution providing for a thorough Inves tlgation of the accounts of tho Agricul tural and Mechanical college The Lochy bill to allow tho clerks to the appellate court Judges 100 a month was passed Frankfort Feb IGSenateIn the senate Monday Senator Carroll moved that tho house bill Intended to cut Sheriff Mclnerney out of hU cxofflcla position of county election commis stoner bo mado a special order for Thursday but his motion was defeat cd by 13 yeas to 17 nays Tho house bill to redistrict the appellate court districts was reported favorably by the committee on rules and made a special order for Wednesday Only two now bills were Introduced as follows No 217 by Senator Bennett Act to transfer town of Hartford In Ohio county from tho sixth to the SonatorIcooporativeliveHouseIn the house tho special or idor was tho Drowry bill amending tho rovcnuo laws of firstclass cities so as to carry Into effect the amendment to Section 131 of Uio constitution It was explained by Mr Drewry that tho hill would substitute a license system for tho ad valorem system of taxation on personal property for purely local purposes Tho bill was passed by a vote of 45 to 7 There was only ono moro than a quorum present The house concurred In tho senate amend ments to houso bill No 57 reappor Honing tho states revenue so as to provide for 2Gi cents for the school fund THE NOTED MIMIC J B Haggln Purchases the English Horse For 97600 Lexington Ky Fob IGTbe noted 10 year old English stallion Mimic by Gallopln Mlmi by Barcaldlno has been purchased by J B llaggln for 7500 and will bo brought to Ken tucky and placed in the Elmendorf studMimic as a 2 year old won the Av ondale stakes and ran second In the Champaign and Hurstbourne staked while hits noted half brothcr St Me Clour won the Lincolnshire handicap Neither Was Wounded Manchester Ky Feb 1GJohn C Marcum brother of Sheriff H B Mare cum of Clay county and Thomas Bird surveyor for the George V Turner Land CO1 fired six shots at each other Marcum told Bird that he was tres passing on him Thoy emptied their pistols at each other without either getting hurt but Birds horse was killed Gen Basil Duke Accepts Louisville Ky Fob 16oen Basil Duke announces Monday night that be will accept the appointment of the commlsslonorship on tho Shiloh park commission to succeed former Con gressman Josiah Patterson of Tonnes see The position pays 5000 per year Elks to Give a Fair Owensboro Ky Fob 16rho Ow ensboro lodge of Elks has decided tq hold a county fair at the fair grounds the first week in October The Elks have had the option on the fair grounds for several weeks- Candidates For Delegate Owlngsvlllo Ky Feb 1GMai W J Seltz West Liberty Morgan coun ty J M Bowling Pike county and H O Garrett Clark county have an nounoed their candidacy for delegate rapidt IPorrect Confidence used to be a feeling of uneasineesa and worry in the house hold when a child showed symptons of croup thorn is now perfect confi dence This is owing to the uniform success Chamberlains Cough Rem ody in the treatment of that disease Mrs M I Basford of Poolesville Md in speaking of her experience in the use of that remedy says I have ChamberIlnlnsit with perfect success My child Garland in subject to severe attacks of promptIor sale by So E Welch Jr Accident Insurance policies should really foe made UNT ILIIEs WEBdivorce aw Hlnls cf a feather Hock to Rctlivr foecntixc they eminot Hock pppnrntoly rue present generation of children uppoar to In turning out n raw of well disciplined parents ClntllrngK from the tat Knil IruK Oir r to Refund Money If Dr HowardS rrlllc Will Not Cure Any Case Cuiiitlpnllon or Dysprpda The East End Drug Co are seeking the worst case of dyspepsia or con stipation in Berea or to test Dr Howards new specific for the cure of these diseases So confident ate they that this remarkable medicine will effects lasting euro in a short time that they offer to refund the money should it not be successfulIn to secure the quickest pos DrugCoage of this medicine at half price25 Yenta This specific of Dr Howards will cure dizzy feelings constipation dyspepsia and all forms of malaria and liver trouble It does not simply give relief for a time it makes permanent and complete cures It will regulate the bowels tone up the wnole intestinal tract give you an Hppetito make fool taste good and digest well and increase vigor Joy Iud happiness will take the place of that care whether I live or die feeling DruKCosDr Howards specific at half price with their personal guarantee to re fund your money if it does not help you i A valentine by nay other name might foe the fouuls for u breach of promise or a libel case- Children have quite well defined no dons ns to what parents should not know A Tight Chest Caused from heavy colds often leads to Pneumonia Paracamph will rev Hove this condition instantly When applied it stimulates the circulation and draws out all inflammation You dont take it rub it on Dont delay Get a battle and use it today Of the Binder Tribe Candidate Sond Barnes out Into tho rural districts lie Is one of our best spellbinders Campaign Manager Judglni from tilt price he asks I would take him for n highbinder Stop Snoring Olen up the nose and head by usug Prtracamph A positive cure for catnrh of the heal and nose Dis charge from the ears can be cured quickly by using this wonderful medicine They Had Fooled Him What are the wild waves saying really do not know But I have seenenoueh of them To bet It Isnt so Mysterious Circumstance Quo 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 di gestion and head off constipation Try them Only 25c East End Drug Co High Something To paint with care the steeple tall That towers oer town and mart And never loso your grip and fall May well be called high art WII KJT YOU RAPE 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 tho lungs produces a free expectoration and opens the so cretions A complete cure soon fol lows This remedy will cure a severe cold in loss time than any other treat went and it leaves the system in a natural and healthy condition It counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia For sale by S E Welch Jr 1to0 Long Distance Phone 188 or The CITIZEN office Plants Cut Flowers and iDesigns will be filled promptly oLargeo I Richmond Greenhouses LLLJT TVTVTVTVTVTVTVTUTUTUTUTUTUTU U U UTU UTU TUTUTUT + 0 +o+od o +o F0 +od od od od o +o Fod o4 od od 0d od o +o+o +o+ot 0 +V a What would make a bettor investment than one of our T 3 it Selfpronouncingf J + 0 i+ Advertisedon page 7 0 o + o oFo Fod od od o Fad od od od od od od a+ood o Fo4 od od o4 o Fod o4 + 1 BLACBRAUGHT THE ORIGINAL LIVER MEDICINE It A dizzinessbiliousness are common indications of liver 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vegetables a specialty OPPOSITE DUBDETTES MILL Berea Ky Miller House tNewly fitted up Meals and and Lodging at popular prices Next door to Joes R G Engle Prop Main St Richmond Ky Williams is better prepar ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Cleant ing and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Main Street Berea Ky The Citizen 1 a year 6 mos 5Oc THE FATHERof HIS COUNTRY Why Vc Dclight to Celebrate Washingtons Birthday parentsBmoment having the old world Instructed according to the modes of his time only In the spare plain but wholesome elementary knowledge which our Institutions provide for the children of the people growing up beneath and penetrated by the genuine Influences of American society living from Infancy to manhood and age amldft our expanding Jut not luxurious civilization partaking In our great destiny of labor our long contest with unreclaimed nature and uncivilized man GEORGE WASHINGTON our agony of glory the war of inde pendence our great victory of peace the formation of the union and the es tablishment of the constitution he is all all our own Washington Is ours The foregoing was written by Daniel Webster In regard to the Father of Ills Country the anniversary of whose birth occurs February 22 an occasion that Is ever freshly remembered by American hearts He was the first man of the time In which he grew wrote Rufus Choate His memory Is first dnd most sacred In our love and ever hereafter till the last drop of blood shall freeze in the last American heart his name hall be a spell of power and might There Is one personal one vast felicity which no man can share with him It was the dally beauty and towering and matchless glory of his life which enabled him to create his country and at the same time secure an undying love and regard from the whole American people Undoubtedly there were brave and wise and good men bee fore his day In every colony But the American nation as a nation I do not reckon to have begun before 1774 and the first love of that young America was Washington The first word she lisped was his name Her earliest breath spoke It It Is still her proud ejaculation It will be the last gasp of her expiring life About and around him we call up no dissentient discord ant and dissatisfied elements no sectional prejudice or bias no party no creed no dogma of politics None of these shall assail him Yes when the storm of battle grows darkest and rages highest the memory of Washington andIrelllume that Promethean fire that sub lime flame of patriotism that devoted love of country which his words have commended which his example has consecratedThe of George Washingtons life Is an old one but the salient facts will bear repeating He was born at Wakefield Westmoreland county Va February 22 1732 lived from 1735 to 1739 at what Is now Mount Vernon and when he was seven years old he was taken to an estate on the Rappahannock almost opposite Fredericksburg The father was one of the prosperous olant ors of Virginia able to give his children what education the times could The first teacher of George Is reputed toIhave been a convict whom his bought for the All of Washing tons fchooltnireihded before he was 10 His long and brilliant career as a sole tiler and statesman has given to history some of Its most Interesting pages It was strange wrote Thackeray lenn5Ianlalashot and waken up a war that was to last for 00 years which was to cover his own country and pass Into Europe to cost France her American colonies to sever ours from us and create the great western republic to rage over the old world when extinguished In the new and of all the myriads engaged In the vast contest In leave the prlie of the greatest fame with h nl who struck the Urt bow As to the er cm and affection In which the name and character of Wash ington were held one cannot do better than quote Lafayette who wrote from CollowIII such a man as Julius of Prussia should sorry for you at the end of the great tragedy where you are acting such a part Hut with my dear general rejoice anl bltrslngs of a peace when our noble rncit have been secured Remember our Valley Purge timer and from a recollection of past dangers alull labors wo shall be still more our present comfortable situation cannot but envy the happiness of my grandchildren when they will be about celebrating and worshiping your name To have one of their ancestor among your soldiers to know ho had the good fortune In be the friend of your heart will be the eternal honor In which they shall glory The poet Shelley aboard nn Amen Iran ship drinking to the health of Washington and the prosperity of the American confmonwealth remarked As a warrior and statesman he was righteous In all he did unlike all who lived before or since he never used hU power but for the benefit of his fellow creatures GGOUrit itnvisns IIISTOUY Teacher The first thing the Puritans did after landing on Plymouth Rock was to fall upon their knees What was the next thing they did Little George Washington They fell upon the aborigines Demon Budget The Chrrrfnl Vtrir Joel GrumpWell see our boodlln common councils gone an toted UOO fer Washington birthday dolris an other sheer waste o good money Hiram Pond Mebbe Itll turn out a lucky investment Joel like three years ago when the cannon busted an killed four on emJudge The Maul Mrnilarloui Iaillmr WathlngtonMade lie must have missed a lot of fun Uy never coin llihln Washington Star A Sew balm Washington each year remind us That It realty sublime To departing Inkyour hatchet In the chrry tree et time Puck THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lemon In liar Interiuitlotinl Series fur lebrunry SI UIUtJIIII mid liar Mililuilli THE IKSHON TKXT Mutt lea I- SGolnll I1It limful In tin Atilliin thruhtnttitbttlattlalOI- TLiNR OK SlIIITII SlilTloV Calling of Jlatthrwtatt J Ialllnu uf Matthrw Mitrk XI3I Calling of lltlllwIuk 5 Z1- 1ZQUtIItlolIbOUlllhKlh1I 01417- Qllfilton About KaillnK MnrK itl fi Question About funtliiic Luk aaate IUukltiK Oruln on SnlilnithMiitt 1111Ii Plucking Gruln on tlIb llhMIHkU MuiklliK drain on SubUitli luke SI llrul on the Snbbulhtittt IMMI Heal on the lIhbllthlIRk Sl iIliHl on the SabbtUh 1llklIU II Ti MiThu sunnier luirvmt the of A 011 purl of The Yuan of Iubllc Ku vor rUAtUA country road near Caper nil nod u SnUollllt III u of the linlieun town NOTH3 AND COMMUNTH Jesus IfacliliiRs and methods and those of the orthodox religious leaders were jo different In every particular that trouble was curtain to come Many ofI the scribes and PhurlietH may huvn been perfectly sincere but their point of VIHW was so entirely different from thntI of Jesus that they could never see ax Ho did and of course they considered Him n heretic and a dangerous man In UK first place In teaching If not In chllrI acler Hi seemed to them to bt an upstart Ho poki without authority And then Ho hind made n publican ono of ills disciples 9911 The Plmrlscoa saw In the publicans or lux collectors a sot of contemptible unpatriotic morcp- nnrlrf who had sold themolvos out to the hated Roman tyrants Jesus eat Ing with publicans and sinners con vlnccil the Pharisees that Ho was a man of decidedly qncstlonablo character 1119 Again Jesus anti Ills dlsclplen braved all criticism and misunderstand Ing of tho bent ptopl by Ignoring the weekly fasting I and the rabbinical lawn enjoined and which all religious people nbfcrved Jesus was directly opposed lo asceticism on principle This OllpolIlI lion was considered an affront to the whole religious sstrnt of the Jews These four Ihlrps without the ono we take up next were enough to insure the hitter oppnultlon uf olllclal ludnlsin Matt 1218 flue of Jeniis most ohI nnxlnur horislcs was III rrtinnl lo Ihr Jlwlllh Sabbath The Fourth Cninnianri men Ho always revcroncMl and obeyed lint the nlwurd ri lrlrllinii with which the hcrlbi hid surrounded It Ho JIIIIod IwJdlly Ulrrliilrii were hungry What the rilftclples did wes to meet Iho phyilcal neeettliy for food Megan lo pluck ears and local This was pr milted by Irwlsh law nn week days ltIIon the Sabbath nn till ground Hint lo pick the heads of grain WAS barveiitliiR to rub thorn In the hands was thronhlnR and to blow out the dial was wlnriiw Inp which things were unlawful 111Imst his own aced fI Sim 21 61 They IlrllIdid what ho did with the Function the prloM In his case nrcesFltv was seen to bo above ritual Era the law Stint 28310 rfroenlxcd that certain work conneriori wllh the fncrlflcis was ricces tinny aid Ihorefnro right 2 He slows Ili iiniiprlylaK prlncjpltn CS The Pharisee won men nf rules nOIIlIIIII pasIrianrtnieo Ono srealor iban the timple Commonly taken ns a refn ncr in Hi- mIf but the Greek read Hut any tfo on n prraler thing than the tern in f rrf The man nindr regulations d ioTi wry before the claims of the n svite thin lesser Inlenst glv orronter A proator Inter Mt tt Mitt of Irepltip up thin temple rir tru vi Involved here It was the irr er Hntriom Itself This InlprI IInllon the more natural pacrl1nrlm was con trnolns for wis Scriptural The Son or moor lord nf thin Sabbath Mark notf Him assaying lu this connection The Sabbath was made for man and not ruin for Ir Sabbath The real rntd of the Sabbath hall peen lost Chr rmrrnfo was to restore V 914 Is It lawful to heal on the Sabbath day Jesus does not answer the Question directly but wllh an Illus tration tries to appeal to their common sente and humane feelings The discus sion over the picking of the heads of wheat madn ills position plain on works ofISabbath To refuse to do good none who needs It Is undo evil no mall what the day of the week Jesus was unylcld Inp HU Influence was Increasing and the Pharlfces saw that the only way to silence Him was lo kill Him and II oust be silenced Good DeeiU and hind Deeds are seeds Men come before measures Greed Is the devils seed of need Death Is the only escape from dents Spiritual forces cannot oe vet down In figures God can only lead us as tong aa we walk In tho light We do not deter to days punishments by tomorrowt promises Wickedness is n plant that In most likely to die if we cease to water it Goil Is not likely to trust truth to the keeping of the man who cannot kop hula temperA our duty to God will not be accepted M a substitute for doing our duty to man It is a good Idea to have some everyday virtues III your possession before you pretend to have uncommon ones Rams Horn THE PRICE OF A DRNKI Rive cents drink nol nnrorr think drlpkThive1111 that Isnt very much to Ah no Indedlls u very small sum You urn passing It over twlxt uingtr sod thumb And If that were all you RSVP away it wouldnt b very much to pr The price of a t rnk Lot that one tiVhj Leis lonlRlt In a Irisonrra volt lloncr anil virtue avoaud truth Ml the gory and pride vf youth Hop ol manhood the wealth of fame Hlich emlrnvor and notili ulm These ore thu treasures thrown aaT- Iur the price of drink Irotn day y live cutuaglass lion Satan laughs A over the tsar the young man qunfftttl The b ndnl liquor lor the demon knew The icrrlli work that drink Mtjukl ta The price If you want to know What rain art wllllnflio par for It Through the wretched roei uhtrt With ding windows and broken stair crawlI11ithMadsI Innocent ones are there ecuml To ply the price of unotUern thin live cent u gins U It that uev alt The acrl1t would Indeed h small Hut the monrji worth U the 111 amount We ply und whosoever will keep noUII Will learn the terrible waste and bright That logos the ruinous appetite 1Ite rrnt a gasa Dees anyone think That that to reathe pllce of a drink- Wolfe In National Advocatu FINDS MANY WOMEN DRUNK llurkrfrllrr Ilrtelnitil Inttur 1rruehreanhul tlitur Itnlill SrtiI tell you this question of drunken DtU among women that confronts this country Is a serious problem titclartd Rev Charles A Eaton In his sermon at the Euclid Avenue HaptUt church Cleveland 0 on a recent Sunday night pastorjgrillroom of the leading hotel of the city ho continued HI taw more women there than men and every woman was drunk There was not a sober we man la the place there there tome girls and tern 1Alld famlllm there There was oce parr brautlful girl with a woman 11I KVIIUY WiMAN VA8 DItfNK par Ian who was tatunKu with fin CcmtUow or other this JOIILI ilrl hid come to that prlllroom J lIft tor that onto And she was Intoxicated Wi are dead ml all The country is i3ralt In a strtttglt Cor money It It lad enough for men to RO tea tar la thU direction but when even women step over the line and po icw rr the king of death they strike a blow at the rjcc as deadly at has ever bttt dealt It Us bad cncuili when a man jutt trunk lie In often bill a brute but In a woman we look for lomethlrr btttcr and It Ii a sorry day for the country when the women btilnthltthlrp 1TEMPERANCE NOTES If every person would IK half as good as he expects his neighbor to be what a heaven this world would be National AdvocateSometimes the very dust of our hur rying feet rises up and blinds us to the great ends that we must constantly keep In view Lady Henry Somerset Treating sociable drinks and friendly Rlasecs were named ns most potent factors In the filling of Inebrl ales homes nt the fortieth anniversary of the Washingtonian home Tho papers of Clcarfleld In report that a decided temperance movement Is sweeping over the entire county He monstrances against liquor license ape plicants will be pushed with unusual vigor For every ministers that die there are 1C3 deaths among farmers S20 among carpenters 890 among coal miners 1202 among plumbers 111 among brewers lfiUl among Inkcoiws and 2205 among bartenders- A license tee of 200 a year will have to be paid hcrealtcr In Chicago for moving picture machines and mutoscopcs In saloons and dance halls This Is cal culated to do away with machines con taming Immoral pictures Vermont passed a license law In 1848 by a majority of only 13 votes In the state but after a year of the licensed saloon voted It out by a majority of 13000 votes From the rapid change In public sentiment It begins to look as If history might repeat Itself The Ameri can Issue Drnmml Temi ornt Entptnes In line with the movement to enforce stricter regulations against Intoxicating liquors the Northern Pacific will practi call demand teetotalism on the part of Its employee The Northern Pacific will be doing only what all great systems regard us a necessary guarantee that the Ecrvirea of their employ ea at all be up to the standard MISTAKEN CALCULATION Show Thnl America Irr Cnplta lUIllItI of Ihllllli is Jiute Vliun IMfleeti Diillnrn IIY ilO1tO1 MAYrowniu A recent tistiH of a promlrtnt tem iterance paper gave the ptr rajla ot annual liquor consumption nt 13 In the InlloJ States of America and 35 pr capita la the Icrman empire Tbelat 4 ter flgurvt It probably nut far from two Its right That of our country In not half high enough It h evidently batted on the J900000UOO of liquor con iump Ilea to generally and erroneously aCe cepted by prohlbltloulsti and deputed Its too htfth by the liquor dealers The 930 iODOtH can te thuwn to bv about right by analysis of the United Stattt government customs and Internal refofnui returns on malt Cermcmlll111II1 tllled liquors lint this represelutioaly- the approximately pure liquor This Is Iocs than onethird tho manufactured and the adulterated liquors retailed at tilt bUll of oust country The extent of this has been emphasized In the recent protixutlonr for ndulterntlonii liquor on a f1 anlir Inlf Add to this tbe vail amount of Illicit distillation and w have n startling grind total of sot lees than 3s billion dollarr IIICI that by thn total of our population U shown by the last renmif and It will be area that the in per capita falls fnrnnlcrn Tho view of thus huge consumption which the liquor ring dreads to have prestatrd to the builno men of the land shows what a tremendous sponge It is to nn nually suck up the money that our mere chants manufacturers and farmers should set for honest work Viea our commercial captains do get this Into their heads liquor makers and sellers will he driven from chambers of com merce and boa rdp of trade asJesaa drove the money changers from the temple market Incomparably the best market In any land This market the pirating liquor trade has 10 utterly In Its poiietflon that It gels more of the actual cash of our people than all the legitimate trade and Industries of our people put together Thus hard time and money lIGnin come to us from Ibl1trillUh Box of Pandora Then after this wholriale rubbery theesaeyeratloa of thlo mischief Is intensified by mil lions of dollars bring rolled In oa the tax payers for crime insanity pcupor tern etc created by this trade la In toxicants It le also the compound lever of tile devil In delmueblnit our pcltflrt rothit franrhle wblrb should b worth rllUi1 rust that crush by roraertef food sail feel re matter who starves cr- t r erd that sell nut the aatloo to aiL at htire and abroad t elzrLa of til pfrtlrs rbcutd lee In all this a peril to the financially and otherwise of omlaousek prciK rtlon8- POSSIBLE a RESULTS OF DRINK Tit 1110 rn r Thnl Are ltrlliulntilr lo lie ltitirohauAn the crtaklDK season la n fr oa U U wel to reflect that the fcllonlsg JU K tIIl1CPdAcute gastric catarrh chronic gastric tae tarrh gastric dllatJii lalaMlttal IfiO icstloa constlnaCoa gout thorn morbid chronic ptrlioaltli drxpsy ot the abdomen ratarrbal Jautdlc Oil aectloR of the liver cirrhosis bubbail 1liver raronlc tujal ncpurltta oblIle iirlxbta dlMaic diabetes jtrilltu chrctclc bronchitis rongt atl n of tba lungs ocdemn of the lungs lobor pestle goals fibroid phtblsiH InUratlrlal pafjmotli chronic valvular dlseate- f the heart dilatation of the heart chronic fibroid heart tatty degeneration cf the heart palpitation of till heart arttrlo sebrnslt accurltn of the aura metlailtU brain fever apcplt ty fan Htetlon of the brain brain thrumbofilt and embolUm In youth ccrvous verti go temuhntla Ia plain drunkard mania a polu delirium trcnicw dip somania alcoholic Insanity Imbw idly and dementia often result from dipso maniaAlcoholism predisposes to sunstroke chronic pleurisy Inllammatlun of the I nerve trunks spinal congestion spinal meningitis spinal sclerosis four form ontO of which locomotorntaxla diasrni Hated neuritis melancholia mania sanity delusional insanity phagcdealu ulcer various Inflammations a delirium that sumetlmcH occurs after Injuries and surgical operations If an old drunk ard sustains a fracture of a bone he Is liable to go Into delirium tremens he may In this state attempt to destroy himself or those around him erysipelas blood tumor fatty tumor urinary ciuluH from excessive use of malt paralysisImindedness acne rosacea whisky ruse and cheeks trlfaclal ncuralpla Med lest Student In Washington Star llurrnn of Temperance llneiircb The Bureau of Temperance Ilcsearch In a new organization established In Boston Its object as explained by its secretary V W Clark Is to furnish to nil Inquirers any Information ea peclally of a statistical nature which may be sought It will endeavor to arrange and correlate all figures perItaining to both sides of the question The bureau will aim to keep In touch with the sales of liquor In the United States and otber countries and to keep temperance orkcra Informed of all the movements of organization of both liquor dealers amP employes Mr Clark Is just the man to fill auc i- an office A Vlllnn earned Teetotal A SomcrsetEhiro Innkeeper who hud become bankrupt gave as the nuson for hla Insolvency at ills public emml nation the statement thaVtha whole ol the vlllau had turned teetotal ttrmmuummumnmmumuuumummmmnumnuunmmmnn pSTATE ODDS AND ENDS I is wnmmuwmuuuu a PASSED THE HOUSE The Measure Which Reshapes the Dreathltt Judicial District Frankfort ICy lob 10Senato- Soretor Ornily moved to make his bill pronlhltlng liquor wiling within four tulles of nay country Hchoolliouio n special order for next Tuesday lie inntlo a speech In which ho said ho- I was loath to believe that nil rcnatom about him could have their bills made tjspeclnl orders Ills motion carried Tim bill appropriating 3600 annually for additional clerical nsKlHtanre In the State Auditors olflcc wits passed YWIR 31 nays 1 Tlio bill to reimburse certain clerks In thu AudltorH oinco for unpaid salaries the annual amount appropriated being exhausted by the number of extra clerks noccstary to conduct tho bust nUll was called up Tho amount asked for was 14600 Amendments In creasing the amount to J5SOO so as to include two other clerks wero adopt eil and thu bill paused Yeas 31 nays ilIouReTho house passed a bill after a hard struggle redistricting the nppqllutc court districts mi that six of them will bo certainly democratic and one overwhelmltiKly republican Tho Drewry bill to pension superannuated policemen In Louisville was reported by the municipalities committee and adopted The committee on ORrlcull urn reported favorably on thu bill ap propriating llOOO to thu mate experi ment station at Lexington to provide for the examlnallun of foods to detect Impurities Tim bill appropriating 15000 annually to revive the state geological snit topographical survey was adopted The appellate court re dlMrlctlng bill was recommitted to the committee on legislative redistricting The committee on sudragi and elec lion reported a bill to prohibit organ ization oRlccra of any political party holding ome- eFrankfort Feb 1IScnateThe George bill providing for a vote of the people on a return to tin viva vooo system of voting Instead of tho secret ballot was phased yuan 29 nays 7 The republicans all voted no and Senators Campbell Cammnck and Hpuncc voted with them at nut but chaqgeil their votes Tho bill provid lag fur the resale of 20year franchises when they expire In cities of the first clatd wni made a special order for nixt WudnoMday Tho senate almi poised thu hoiiMe bills appropriating mon y lo Improve the confederate sole Biers homo and Incronslng the IHT ifititta allowance ruin 126 to tS Thu democrats and republicans all united on these hills and there was plot a vote against them Senator Tay lor offered a joint restitution to have HID names of Cupt fen C Mllam and Cyrus Calvert veterans of the Mexi can wear who recently died carved on tho state monument In Frankfurt cemetery with other whose names nro already there lloiiso Tho house passed bill No 19 which provides that the director of the state experiment statKn III IOn receipt of fees and a nample shall Is Suit to fertilizer companies sulllclent number of labels to tag nut less than SO tons of fertilizer on which laiel shall bo printed the namu nail address of the manufacturer the namu of the fartlllzer date of analysts and the perruntagu of composition with a cer tificate authorizing the sale of such package It IK Intended to prevent de forJFrankfort Fob 12SonatLTho senate pasted a bill absolutely prohib fling the sale and transportation of quail pheasants and wild turkeys In this state but killed the other game and bird bills Tho Ioulsvllle rip per bill authorizing the mayor to appoint and remove his executive boards at pleasure which has panned tho house was postponed till February S6 This does not necessarily menu Its defeat but It shows tho bill will have tough sledding to get through House1 The feature of Thursdays session watt tho passage of a bill cre ating a new circuit court district com posed of the counties of HreathUt Ma Kolfln Wolfo and Knott It Is claimed by some that It the hill becomes a law the HreathUt county troubles will break out afresh Judge James Mar gin nail exJudge n II Hedwlne Wero both present Thursday and by their personal efforts aided In the passage of the bill Tho house adopted a resolution providing for a thorough inves tigation of tho accounts of tho Agricul torn and Mechanical college Tho levity bill to allow tho clerks to tho appellate court judges 100 a month witH passed A Kentuckian Missing Clovcrport Ky Feb HWord has been received here from Ixiulsvllle of the disappearance of Virgil Wilson who with his wife formerly lived here He was expected homo Decem her 10 He was In Chicago tho day of the Iroquois fire and It Is said had announced his Intention of attending that theater It Is feared by friends that ho was a victim of that days disaster Governors Reception Frankfurt Ky Feb 11lov anti Mrs Ilcckham gave a reception at the executive mansion Wednesday night from 830 to 10 oclock to the legisla ture and state officials and It was largely attended riceOwcnsboro Ky Feb 12Tho mil lore of Western Kentucky anti Southern Indiana hold a meeting here and transacted considerable business tho most Important of which was advance ing the price of lour 2G cents on tho barrel Fell Dead In His Shop Sholbyvllle Ky Feb 12J Wash- Ington Adams aged 60 years one of the hest known citizens of Shelbyvllle dropped dead In his butcher shop Be shies his wife be leaves five children all grown AN EXECUTIVE MANSION It Is Proposed By a Dill Introduced In the House of Representatives Frankfort Ky Feb 11Mr McDonald of Ixiulsvllle offered a bill In the house of representatives provid ing for an appropriation of 50000 for the building of a new state executive mansion hero at tho capital The house of representatives by a vote of 53 to 27 defeated the Spald bag resolution providing for sine dlo adjournment on February 24 next Senator Brent Spence of Covlngton offered a bill In tho senate Wednesday providing an amendment to tho char ter of second class cities so that mem hers of council will bo elected by wards Instead of by vote of the entire city CENTRAL UNIVERSITY Rev Dr W L McEwen of Plttsburg Unanimously Elected President Lexington Ky Feb 12Rev Dr W I McKwen pastor of the Third Presbyterian church Plttsburg was Thursday unanimously elected presi dent of Central university of Danville at a full mooting of the board of trus tees to succeed the late Dr W O Hoberts Tho church of which Ilev McEwen Is pastor Is said to be tho finest Protestant church In America He has not yet Indicated whether ho will accept or not Ho was born and raised In Frankfort Ky and gradu sled from Center college and Prince ton theological seminary Among those who had been mentioned for tho presidency was John K Yerkes THE RUCKER MURDER A Suspect Placed Under Arrest at Frankfort Ky Frankfurt Ky Fob 10 Deputy United States Marshal True Tuesday night arrested a man who first gave the name of James Warwick and a Ixnilsvlllo residence and who later said he was Serdlno A Pauk of Iron ton 0 as a suspect In connection with the murder of Telegraph Opera tor Itucker of Danville An uglylook Inc dagger was found on him Goes to Manchuria Owlngsvllle Ky Feb IThl hewn report that Maj Henry T Allen ot SharpHburg this county had been ape pointed military attache for tide roan try at the United States legation at SL Petersburg was a mistake Maj Allen has been appointed official observer for the United States government of tilt Ituxslnn and Japan war with headquarters In Manchuria where he now Is Maj Allen will at once go to the scone of hostilities CapturedI10John- Rhito tho Negro who killed OlrUtr Hums has been captured and lodged In Jail here Tho streets are full of blltIjail and the men seem to need a lead er to that no violence Is expected Blew His Head Off Petersburg Ky Feb 11Richard Sleet a wealthy bachelor living at Verona committed suicide by blowing his head off with a rifle lie lived with his bachelor brother on a farm till the last few weeks when they moved Into a fine residence purchased In town and ho seemed despondent from that time- Missing Cashier Left Note Ixmlsvllle Ky Feb 12W F Ogden cashier of tho Kentucky and In diana hank at West Point Ky who has been missing since Sunday left a letter In tho vault saying he was going to a nearby town and would re turn when tho banks directors as sured him he would receive justice Ills accounts so far seem all right To Live In Corea ML Sterling Ky Feb JOA mes sage from Nagasaki Japan says Miss Fanny Hindu formerly of this place and a missionary to Corca under tho auspices of the Kentucky conference of tho Methodist church south was married January 1C to Her M C Sand wick Their homo will be In Cores Will Erect a Big Distillery Lexington Ky Feb 10Col E Pepper announced Tuesday night that he will Immediately erect a big dls tlllery on old Pepper farm near Mid way which ho bought Tuesday He will oppose the trust Robertson Given Four Years nussellvllle Ky Feb 11The Jury In the case of Dock Robertson charged with murder returned a verdict of four years In tho penitentiary Rob ertson killed Ross Estes a confederate soldier Officers Elected Sebrce KyFcb 12Tho Kentucky Truck Growers association at Its meeting here elected the following of ficers O F Jones president Boyd Jackson vice president O H Bryant secretary George Parker assistant secretary It H Callls treasurer Bentley s Indicted Mt Vernon Ky Feb 12An Indct ment was returned by tho grand jury Wednesday against A N Bentley for willful murder for the killing of Mas tel of Trains B N Roller at Living ton last October FIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS Regular Session Washington Feb 9SllInteArter listening to speeches by Mr Hopkins and Mr Clay In support of tho Pana ma canal treaty the senate Monday passed the bill granting assistance to tho proposed Lewis and Clark exposi tion nt Portland Oro Tho bill was amended so as to closo the exposition on Sundays and the provision for a permanent memorial to Lewis and Clark was eliminated louseThe house debated nt length tho proposed loan of 4600000 to tho Louisiana purchase exposition at St IMils as provided for In the senate amendment to the urgent deficiency bill and It was still pending when tho house adjourned The house noncon curred In all other amendments except that providing for coal tests at the St lollis fair 10SenateTheIand consular appropriation hill with out debate and then renewed consid oration of tho Isthmian question Mr Fulton spoke In support of tho course of tho administration In connection with the Panama revolt and Mr Care mack anti Mr Overman In opposition thereto Mr Overman tad trot hith erto made his position on tho treaty known and his speech revealed tho at tltudo of probably the last doubtful member of the senate The speech was Mr Overmans maiden effort in the senate enIresolution reported from elections committee No 3 unseating Mr How ell dem and declaring Mr Connell rep who contested the election to have been elected from the Tenth Pennsylvania district Iy agreement- a vote will be taken at 3 p m Wed tuesday afternoon Washington Feb IIScnnteTho- major portion of the time of the senate In open session Wednesday was devoted to a speech by Mr McCumber who suported the Panama canal treaty and justified all the acts of the administration In connection with the recent revolt A number of private pension bills were passed House Tho house disposed of the Connell Howell contested election case from the Tenth Pennsylvania district In favor of Mr Connell The republic ions with tho exception of Messrs lemming N J Shlras Ia and Parker N J supported tho resolu tlon unseating Mr Howell and giving the seat to the contestant The dem ocrats solidly supported Mr Howell Mr ShlraH and Mr annlng spoke In opposition to the unlcnlln of Mr Howell Mr Connell was promptly sworn In and took his seat The house then resumed consideration of the senate amendment proposing a loan of 4600000 to the Louisiana purchase exposition on which a vote on the question of concurrence will be taker Thursday Further opposition to the proposition developed In the debate Feb 1SennttThePanama question was under dlscusslor In the senate Thursday alter which tin senate went Into executive session fo four hour- shousoRy a vote of 17C to 103 the IIOURO concurred In the senate amend approiCOOOOO by the government of the Lou Islana purchase exposition after amending It with respect to the man nor In which the money shall be piM opposedInof three days TIll house also con curred In tho senate amendment to the urgent deficiency bill authorizing test of coals and lignites at the St Louis fair and nonconcurred In all tho oth er amendments proposed by the senate A number of bills were passed among them measures ratifying agree- mends with Indians In Minnesota and Montana INSANE SCHOOL TEACHER IShe Brained Her Mother and Drowned Herself In a Cistern Des Moines In Feb 12Miss Hul da Nelson a young woman school teacher of Fort Dodge In In a mo went of Insanity brained her mother with n hatchet while the latter was sleeping and then jumped Into a els tern drowning herself The young woman was about 26 years old She had been teaching In the Wahkonsi school at Fort Dodgo and had to relinquish school work on account of Ill health After braining her mother tin young woman tied three flat Irons about her own neck and then took the fatal leap to tho bottom of the cistern Coroner McCrelght of Fort Dodge ts Investigating THE RUSSIAN EXHIBIT The Question of Abandoning It Is Un der Discussion St Petersburg Feb 12The goes lion of abandoning Russian partlclpa tlon In the St Louis exposition is un der consideration The merchants ol Moscow Thursday notified Commis sioner General Alexnndrovsky that they would devote the money Intend ed for the exposition to the Red Cross society and to assisting the war orphans and widows They Intend con tributing 600000 If It Is decided to abandon the Rus sian exhibit the government will fol low tho example of the Moscow mer chants and appropriate the St louts fund and tho remainder of previous exposition funds amounting altogether to 225000 to the Red Cross society Will Accept the Position Washington Feb 11 Cameron For bes called upon Secretary of War Wil liam Taft Wednesday and while ho has not yet formally accepted the post of Philippine commissioner tendered him he let it bo known that he would do so Maj Gen S M B Young III Havana Feb 11Mal Gen S M B Young U S A retired Is confined at the homo of Maj Runcle here suffer- Ing from liver trouble The attending physicians say his condition Is not considered serious A MODEL When I lay Dolly down to seep She shuts her eyes up tight She never gives one single peep However dark ve night She doesnt link of booger men Or bears or flags like vote Or kick ve cover oft her when Shes once Ueneaf ve cloei An when my Dollys wide awake An tettln up abed She doesnt cwy at nil or make A naughty fuss Instead Shes Jest as quiet as can be- An lets me comb her hair- An wash her face I link vat she Cant really truly care IIShe sea a zample to me vouch am her muvver dear always ought to have I know tearItry stirI why- I might be good like her Chicago Dally News HE KNOWS THE TIME fair Canine Atlnclie of flee Ioit Office nt SniiiiTvlllr Innsis Womlrrful flog Iamascot of the Somerville stands according to his friends absolutely without a peer In the postal service The worth of the men In this branch of the government employ depends In a large measure upon the promptness and precision with which they attend to the details of the dally routine In fact this may be said to be the very essence Of the service But says the Boston Globe in the whole force at Somcrvllle there is not- a man who can equal this small fox ter ter In devotion to hula dally duty tallIHill carrier late one afternoon lie lIn- Gered about the office for a day or two and It was soon noticed that the dog was beginning to catch the spirit of the regular routine He at once made friends with Assistant Chief Clerk Griffiths who took him home with him and fed him Lodging he refused He was accordingly released and went directly to the office where he spends all his spare time Today when off the route and not at his meals Pete Is always to be found at the office lu Union square According to regulations all carriers must report at 6MO each morning and ring In Promptly to the minute Pete takes his stand under the eachrman as he comes up and inserts his key The next operation Is the sorting of the mall While this Is going on Pete ills by watching every one like an over 1KTK POST OFFICE Doa seer or occupies himself with carrying papers from one man to another tel lowing In each case the directions given as to the destination of the particular paper or parcel After a time the bell strikes as a sig nal to begin tying up This Is soon followed by the bell togetsuch firstclass matter as has come In since 6 40 and add It to he sacks In this Pete takes no part but as soon as the bell to leave sounds he hurries to his place under the each man rings out he surveys him carefully until the one comes along whom ho chooses to make his companion for the trip This man varies each day Pete seeming to desire to keep himself In touch with every route emanating from the Somervllle office Perhaps the most wonderful ot all Petes many teats is the fact that he can keep track of the time of day All carriers are supposed to ring In at a cer lain time when the trip Is done Pete Is always on hand If his companion Is late It makes no difference to the dog It Is necessary that he be present and present he la- The day before Christmas all the men came In considerably late on account of the extra work required of them The time for reporting from the afternoon trip is 445 On this particular trip Pete accompanied Carrier Rehlll When 430 arrived the route had been covered as tar as Perkins street Pete- promptly disappeared and at 445 was sitting under the clock waiting the ar rival of the tardy force Here he re malned until every man had reported- A general favorite with the men they have taken the trouble to provide him with a license and a splendid collar which beside the number bears the words Pete Somcrvlllo Post Offlce Union Square How to Read Plus Color The colors of a flag are read from the post out a red white and bluo flag has therefore the red text to the otllFrace CHILDREN OF JAPAN They Xcver Shell Tears and Cre2 When Tlier Have aToolhaclt Knee low to Smile For Gods sake stop that crying To hear this good missionary English In a nest of Japanese houses and Jap aneso houses are thin that everything the neighbors say is easily Heard was startling In four months we had never heard any scolding or seen a child punished This unusual event proved to be In one of those International households not uncommon In the east It was tho AngloSaxon half of the child that roared and tyrannized over its submis sive Japanese mother His English fa ther had bought him a bright blue ulster with brass buttons In this he strutted up and down Neglshl1 Mura bossing all the children of the quarter A plainer instance of heredity and racial traits is rarely seen No one was more shocked at John Tashlra San than 0 Tara tho little niece of our maid 0 Yen The Honor able Miss Dollar Even when 0 Tara had the toothache she smiled through her painBad boy said 0 Tara His rude nesstollonorableforelgnladyls Evil mattertorespectedearsoftheAugust lyKonorableone Is with great dig nity and bowing her little bead down to the floor Even Japanese babies are popularly supposed never to cry This comes pretty near the truth for the land and all there Is In It seems to be theirs In any country where Shlntolsm or ancestral worship pprevalls the children JAlANESK GIHIS AT PLAY are bound to have a good time A son Is necessary to carry on the worship of his parents and to keep the ancestral fires lit If a man has not a son he adopts one or takes another wife If a woman has not a son she knows what to expect Polygamy finds Its excuse in religion Japanese girls are by no means to highly valued but as can be seen they work Into the general scheme Children being a religious necessity their place Is fixed Supplementing this Is the natural joy of parents In their own progeny and the sense of possession Curiously enough pampered as they arc the children are never caressed The Japanese regard kissing as vulgar animal anti unsanitary Even foreign children would willingly give up being kissed in return for never being scolded orwhippedA wears layers of those long easy slips we know as klmonas which cover Its feet and Its hands Consequently It has no cause for crying when It Is dressed Even the poorest baby has Its dally hot bath Hot in Japan means 1110 degrees Fahrenheit a temperature gives even a grown person lively recollections Its head Is shaved with the exception of a small tuft until It Is three years old One of the few repulsive sights in Japan Is the number of sore headed children seen on the streets These sores are not allowed to heal the theory being that In this manner all the evil humors of the body are expelled Louisville CourierJournal TRAPPING A WITNESS low a Smnrt Inwyer MnnnKrd to Slick n Dishonest Claimant Drtrn lllniielf A lawyer who became celebrated for his success as a crossexaminer had a strong contempt for the bullying methods resorted to by some of his learned friends at the bar The best way he said to deal with a witness was to seem to agree with him and flatter him until he forgot that a trap might be prepared for him and gave himself away As a proof of the ef ficacy of this milder process he related the following experience- A railroad company was sued for damages by a stalwart fellow who claimed that his right arm which looked well enough had been so in jured in a collision that be could not raise It above his waist You say youre unable to move your right arm freely I asked him pleas antlyYes sir- What a pity said I Now Just how far can you raise IU Only high said he lifting It to his waist with a painful grimace Too bad too bad I sympathized And before this accident Ill wager you were physically a match for any manYou bet I was he assented warmlyAnd could swing that arm around as well as the next fellow Better he declared Just show us how high you could raise it then I asked quickly Away up here he answered hoist lag his arm straight over his head with unwary enthuslaamN V Weekly Gave Ample Direction A little fellow In saying his prayers one night entreated a blessing on his aunt who was dangerously ill and gravely concluded With these words And please God dont forget her address She hives at 99 Blank street on the third floor to th right A CUHK roil KCZK3IA My baby had Eczema BO bad that its head was a solid mans of scabs and its hair all came out I tried many remedies but noco seemed tc do any permanent good until I used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The Eczema is cured tho scabs are gone and the little onos scalp is perfectly clean and healthy and its hair is growing beautifully again I cannot give too much praise to DaWitte Witch Hazel SnUe Frank Farmer Bluff City Ky In buying Witch Hazel Salvo look out for counterfeits DeWittu is the original and the only one containing pure Witch Hazel The name E C DoWitt Co is en every box Sold by the East End Drug Co Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky Cnpitaland Suiplua 180000 IWo 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bottle of DrKings Now Discovery for Consumption duced mo to try it Results were startling I am now on the road to recovery and owe all to Dr Kings Now Discovery It surely saved my life This great cure is guaranteed for all throat sad lung diseases by the East End Co Druggists Price GOo and 1100 Tpal bottles free EARLY RISERS TBC FAMOUS UTTLC PIUS For quick reBef from Biliousness Sick He dche Torpid Uver Jaundice DlzineuandD trouble art Inc from InInacIIorslurctsb liver DeWltf Uttl Early Risers art un ct promptly and never trlpc They rlso dainty lhatlt Is a pleasure la lake them Oae to two act ai a mild lutfvo two or four act M a pleasant ai 4fcttve cathartic They arr putty vegetable and absolutely harmtea They pale the liver 1MIl lULU CAR somi TM causal ItC DWU Co Cbtcgto HAYI5 TOO INDIOKWION t If you have Indigestion Kato Dyspepsia Cure will cure you It bas cured thousands It is curing people every day ttrerr hour You owe it to yourself to give it a trial You will continue to suffer until you do try it There ia BO other combination of digeataaU that digest and rebuild at theN time Kodol does both Kodol cures atrrngthens and rebuild Sold by the Jut End DruiCo IITHECITIZEN t HANNA OBSEQUIES Order of Services Prepared by Senate Committee in Charge of Arrangements TilE BODY IN THE SEriATE CHAMBER President Cabinet Justices Congressmen Diplomats Army and Navy Officers Will Be in Attendance I All the Galleries In the Senate Will B Reserved For the Occatlon the Admission Being By Bps clal Cards Only Washington Fob 17The offlcla orders sotting forth tho order of tbo services at tho funeral of Senator Han na has boon prepared by the senate committee in chorgo of the arrange racnts as follows i Tho senato will moot at 12 oclock j Inoon Wednesday February 17 1904 Tho body of tho lato Senator Mar cus A Hnnna will bo placed in the senate chamber prior to the assem bllng of tho senate Tho president of tho United States and his cabinet the chief justice am associate Justices of the supreme court tho house of representatives the diplomatic corps the admiral of the nary and tho lieutenant general of tho army havo been Invited to attend tho services In the chamber and will occupy tho seats on tho floor ot tho senato as assigned thorn by the eergeant at arms The president and hit cabinet will meet in tho presidents room The supremo court will meet in the supremo court room The houso of representatives will enter tho chamber in a body Tho diplomatic corps tho admiral of the navy and tho lieutenant gen eral of tho army will meet in the sen ate reception room The committee of arrangements will meet in tho marble room The vlco presidents room will be reserved for tho members of the tam ily of the lato senator and the om lat ing clergy whence they will be escort ed on tho senato floor Seats will be reserved for those en titled to them upon the floor to which they will be shown by the attaches of the senate Upon the announcement of the president pro tem of the senate the i clergy will conduct the funeral care moniesAll the senato galleries will be reserved for this occasion admission be- Ing by special cards only iAT THE WHITE HOUSE 1 President and Attaches Shared In the General Sorrow Washington Feb 17At tho whlto house Tuesday the president and all the attaches shared In the general sor row over tho death of Senator Hanna President Roosevelt the members of his cabinet senators and representa then in congress and callers of all classes sadly paid tribute to the memory of the dead statesman From the entrance of tho lamented McKinley into tho white house Senator Hanna was a conspicuous flguro at tho execu tive mansion Both before and after be became a member of tho senate Mr Hanna was a frequent caller at the white house and his visits hue been frequent since Mr Roosecelt sue ceeded to tho presidency President Roosevelt entertained a cordial regard for Senator Hanna and the senator cordially reciprocated that feeling Their personal regard was based on the firmest respect While they differ ed at times as strong men may differ their personal relations never wore endangered by the differences Indeed so high was the regard in which the president held Mr Hannas ability as a political manager and as a potent force In national affairs that a few months ago he requested him urgently 1n the event of his nomination for the presidency to assume again the cares and responsibilities of directing the I national campaign While it was fear ed Mr Hannas ill health might induce trim to decline again to accept the I chairmanship of the republican national committee ho bad not returned at the time he was stricken by his fatal I Klckness a final answer to the presi dents request A TOUCHINGINCIDENT Had the Distinguished Senator a Pre monition of Death t Washington Feb 17 Representa tive William Alden Smith of Michi gan related at the white house Tues I day a touching Incident of a recent conversaUon ho had with Senator Han BA Ho went to Senator Hanna in the senato chamber one day and invited I him to attend as one of the distin guished men of the country tho semi centennial celebration of the founding of the republican party to be held at Jackson Mich on July G next I dont know where I will be then was tho senators pathetic reply to the wvltatlonIWhy you will be right here ofj course returned Representative Smith reassuringly No replied Mr Hanna Im afraid I wontI to the roar ot the IIOnato chamber said Mr Smith and look- Ing back at the senator wondered it ho had a promotion that he might not vo long The impression made by us- da never loft mi Speaker Cannon left the presl 1 offlco JTupsdfcXjbo d dsot iG I tempt to disguise the sorrow he felt at the death of Senator Hanna Yes Mid he I know him very well and I liked him very muchvery much remember I told Mrs Hanna one tlmq that I liked her husband us much ar it was lawful for ono man to like an other But he got no further His voice choked with emotion and unrestrained tears streamed down hIs cheeks At the meeting of the cabinet Tue day the death of the Ohio senator was lamented deeply All the member entertained for him the profounder regard and respect The opportunltj afforded by tho meeting was embrace by all present to pay personal tribute to their dead friend Little buslnes was transacted The members decld ed to assemble at the whlto house 01 or about 11 oclock Wednesday to ac company the president to the capitol to attend tho senate funeral services IN CLEVELAND The Funeral Will Be a Magnificent Display of Affection Cleveland 0 Feb 17At the con fercnco of representative citizens held in the city hall Tuesday afternoon II developed that the funeral of Senator Hanna Is likely to be one of tho mos magnificent displays of affection that has over been shown an individual Veterans of the civil war working men Spanlsh American veterans and perhaps all ot the several milltarj companies of the city will participate In the funeral procession During tho time the body remains in the chamber of commerce audits rlus the guard of honor will be alter nately of civil war veterans and mem bers of the Fifth regiment The committee appointed by the Hanna family at Washington consist Ing of Samuel Mather Judge W D Sander Gen George A Garretson Caesar A Grasselll and J D Zerbe met Tuesday night at the Union club and took tho following action To request Mayor Johnson to Issue a proclamation that all business In the city be suspended during the hours of 12 and 2 oclock on the day of the fu neral Friday February 19 that the residences and business houses along the route Euclid avenue from the sta tlon of the Pennsylvania railroad to the chamber of commerce building be draped that a detail of 50 poilcemen be stationed at the railrOAd depot 100 along tho line of march and 60 at the entrance to the chamber of commerce that Adjt Gn Crltchfield at Comm bus order Troop A of Cleveland for escort duty from the station to the chamber of commerce that a delega tion of the chamber drape the Interior and exterior of that building The catafalque that was used In the lying In state of tho late President McKinley at Canton bas been secured for a similar purpose for Senator Han na and the catafalque will arrive here Wednesday morning The burial will be In Lakevlew cem etery the final ceremonies being held In Wade Mortuary chapel a beautiful structure In marble and Mosaics but with such a limited seating capacity perhaps 30 or Othat the cemetery services will be private The body will I ie placed In ono of the receptacles In the chapel until spring Bishop Leon ard will conduct the services at the chapelThe church funeral services will bf arranged by Rev George II McGrew DD pastor of St Pauls The seating capacity of that church 800 will limit the attendance outside the family and public officials to probably 400 The Ohio state legislature Is expected to attend In a body The committee suggests that throughout the state on Friday afternoon for five minutes 1 p m until l0r all business railroad traffic and street car service In every city and town be suspended as a mark of respect to the deceased DR MANUEL AMADOR Unanimously Elected First President of the Republic of Panama Panama Fob 17Dr Manuel Ama dor was unanimously elected first pres ident of the republic of Panama Tues day Dr Pablo Arosemena Domingo Obaldla and Dr Carlos Mendoza wero elected to fill respectively the positions of first second and third deslgna ion or vice presidents Great preparations are being made for the Inauguration of the president which will take placo on February 20 I Permanent Military Camps Washington Feb 17The house committee on military affairs Tuesday heard Representative Olmstead of Pennsylvania In favor of the Conwago Valley Pa site as a permanent mil- Itary camp and Representative Pearre of Maryland in favor of the Oakland Md site- Another Chicago Theater Reopened i Chicago Feb 17Wlth the reopen ing of tho Studebaker theater Tuesday ChicagoIwblchforms called latastropho very nearly resumed its normal aspect Printers Exchange Building Gutted Minneapolis Minn Feb 17ono- ot tho biggest tires that ever visited this city started Tuesday night in tbo Printers Exchange building a six tory brick structure gutting the en tire Interior and incurring a loss of lover 120000 Land Temporarily Withdrawn Washington Feb 17Tho general and office ordered the temporary withdrawal of 130000 novel of land in the San Francisco land district pending Investigation of the feasibility of es tablishing the Rro od Monterey for teal ropyg d fiiUi i 11 t- r11 11 lIi tjl I I i H I1 I IIiIIIl li il H4 it1GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Il IIIIlllilHHiIIlll 1111 Every body eats Mothers Bread We sell it Irestonn Prof L VDodge was a Richmotu visitor on Saturday Try our Diamond Brand Roastet Coffees 15 to 3fc a lb Trentons A social for the young converts oC the Union Church was given Mouda night at the Parish House Principal A S Hill of Williams burg Academy was a Boron visito the latter part of last week We offer to our customers free lIlt rest of our Bank vault for deposit ing their valuable papers ttcDorea Banking Co Tho infant child of Mr and Mrs ft E Boii h Scaffold Cane Street died last Saturday TIlt mother is still seriously ill John Fuget and wife of star Brod head are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs P J Pauloy and other relatives and friends here this week Judge T J Coyle of Jackson County is back from his three weeks visit to Florida with glowing accounts of the climate and countrj thereProf M E Marsh is attending the Annual Conference at Tuskegee Insti tute Tuskegee Ala this week Ho willalso visit other institutions oC learning in the South before hit returnThe fare from Berea to Bowling Green and return on account or Y M C A State Convention will Iw JG7S Rate applies via Livingston Tickets on sale February 18 1J and 20 Good returning until February 22 The funeral of little Nannie Boggs whose sad death we noted in our lost weeks issue was hold from the house on Scaffold Cane street at one oclock Thursday afternoon conducted by Rev A E Thomson The funeral was followed by burial in the Berea come teryMr Josiah Burdette after being chased into a corner of the lot by a cow which ho was inspecting with the intention of purchasing one cold morning last week left without mak ing the purchase saying that he was looking for a cow that didnt light The owner of the cow claims that she simyly wanted something to eat On Monday morning at about ten oclock Judge Coyles house caught fire from a defective flue and burned to the ground Nothing was waved except the books piano and a small part of the rest of the furniture Judge Coyle had one of the best houses in Jackson county and his loss will doubtless not be less than SU000 There was no insurance The great naturalist James Speed reached Berea Tuesday noon and spent a portion of the time in the afternoon and on Wednesday visiting- laeseaand giving them some insight into the habits of various members of the feathered tribe Last night he delighted his audience at the Taber nacle with his new lecture The haunt of the Blue Heron which he illustrated with fully a hundred views Berea will always have a welcome for Mr Speed The following representatives of Berea College and the local Young Menb Christian Association left last night for Bowling Green Ky to attend the Y M C A State Conven lion T P Gabbard C E Cartmell A E Percy R E Hatch W C Gamble C M Canfield Arch Clark Willie Hopkins Charles Bender H Jones James Napier James Godsey M H Holliday Arthur Daily Arthur untK H Becktell and John Van ierpool The party will take in Mammoth Cave before returning to Berea next Tuesday The local telephone company now las 68 subscribers and orders from several more will bo filled A3 soon as the weather permits Recent ad ditions to their list with telephone umber are as follows J J Azbill tore No 62 J M Benge residence tfo 03 Mason Dunn livory stable STo rG W C Gamble residence No 6U CAKing residence No 02 ings Rev H M Shouse residence No 63 rings Nichols House No 65 Seorge Reynolds residence No 5 3eo W Settle residence No 26 Parish House Pastors Study No Zl The pie supper given by the Boys Club on last Friday night at the t 1 ilHIilII11llIIIIrParish House was a decided success About 300 people partook of tho de licious pio and cocoa served by menu bers of the club easily disporing or the 7f pies and quantities of oocoi which had boon provided The boys thoidrum corpsbut so pleased their audi i once that they had to play again and again The club is composed of fifteen boys as follows Kid Richard son Clyde Mehaffey Harold King Walter Dizney Maurice Yocutn and Earl Hays tenor drum Albert Os borne Alvin Todd Aden Ogg Howard Dizney Lester Hill Ton j Baker and Osborne Graves le- I Howard Harrison base drum Rich and flange cymbals The boys have AiThe supper netted the club 11 above I expenses which will pay ofT the larger part of its indebtedness The crud in under the general supervision of W C Gamble The funeral services of Miss Helen Lewis occurred from the Parish House last Thursday afternoon at three oclock The service were in charge of Rev A E Thomson and H J Derthiek The Normal depart ment in which Miss Lewis was are spected and beloved student attend ed in a body Burial in the Berea I I Cemetry followedResolutions IThe following resolutions were by the Normal Department I of Berea College Whereas it has pleased our Heaven Father to take to Himself our friend IlY fellowstudent Helen J Lewis be it resolved I That the Normal Department of Berea College express its appreciation of the sterling qualities which wade Helen such a womanly woman 2 That while we feel the rodwe own the Fathers chastening hand and thank Him for the memory ora beautiful life 3 That as we cherish her virtues we will follow as did she the Master who has transformed the dread Angel bf Death into a glorious Angel of Resurrection I That we extend to the bereaved family and friend our loving sym pathy 5 That wa attend the funeral in a body 6 That we send a oopy of those resolutions to the family and publish them in Tilt CITIZEN I HHHHH HIIHIHIH College Items HERE AND THERE President Frost made a business trip to Lexington this week By invitation the Utile Dulce lit erary society held Its regular meeting last Friday night at the home of Mrs J W Dinsmoro Light refreshments were served Mrs S L Hoag entertained a num ber of friends at Ladies Hall on Fri lap evening Flinch was indulged in as were also ice cream and cake There have been no new developments this week in the status of House Bill No 25 which so vitally concerns Berea College By vote of the House- it was made a special order to come up for consideration at noon to day It is useless at this time to make any statement as to what desposition the house will probably make of the bill The proceeds from the sale of tick eta for the intersociety debate between Alpha Zeta and Phi Delta which will occur on Friday night of next week will go toward helping to liquidate the debt of the Athletic as sociation The admission is only 15c The subject Free Trade vs Protec tion ill a popular one andshould draw a large crowd There is added interest due to thofaot that tbo names of the debaters will not be made public until tho very night of the debate Come and cheer your favorite society on to victory Wheat reached the dollar mark at New York Monday for the first time since June 1893 Loving Cup or Athletic Assn Prof and Mrs A W Chez of the University of Cincinnati have sent an a gift to the Athletic Association a most beautiful loving cup this nip is to bo contended for annually on tho regular Field Day by opposing teams The events milking up the contest urn to be ton in number viz 100 yard dash d 10 yard dash mile run milo relay taco four men 220 yard low hurdle race 30 in running high jump running broad jump shot put lti lb and polo vault Thn last oooooooooooooooooeooooooooo I Prices Right Groceries Fresh II0o o o 0We carry a full line of groceries o overo o stock so always havea fresh lino o o During the S 01110E 31 RE3STONSMI Sr BKHKA oooooooooooooooooooooooo WANTEDIPURCHASER for an extra good wad die new for twothirds the cost price Inquire Tn amu r Olornn LOOM AND FLAX WHEEL Mrs H W Graham Bcrea College Berts Ky would like to communi onto with anyone having a loom or good lax wheel for sale GOOD WEAVER understanding the weaving of coverlids will ho- given work at the Weaving house on Jackson Street U W Graham Lteroa College Fireside InduitrieH Berea Ky FOR SALE FIRST CLASS BUILDING BRICK constantly on hand We also have bard burceu brick and bats for cis terns very low price Berea College Brick yard WHO WANTS BIO CROPS The College Farm ProC Mason can spare quantity the Buckeye Fertilizer which made such tall good corn and other crops tho past season For price etc apply soon GOOD MILCH COW 10 years old Will bo fresh in this mouth Feb 141001 WJ Tatuni ALSO lUlmIES Tim RLooh ST VITUS DANCE twun winning cup is to hold it until i won by another team liter ten rtKiilnr annual contetttH the team that I IIIIH won the greatest number orlOI tosis of nil teams competing shall hold till cup forever Uoren College Thu Athletic Association certainly appreciates and is very grateful to Irof andMrsChuznot only for their helpful visit holiday time but also for this additional token of their interest Bud their great desire to per i potuato interest hero in athletics and healthful exercise o o 0 Fruits and Vog etables always o- oIl o hand o 0 See our fine line u of Candies I We Deliver Any Time Day O o 0 0o 2 u oo 0 of A at Department a of lit at u O l O t 0 HO 901 onorororovorororo-o t- I 11 Real Estate j o 0OalS 1 o o u o a o 0a v 0oi Thin bank in prepared to 0 ofo r- k o ooc ilowo o a 0 A o o o a THE BEREA 2 A o BANKING COMPANY JSo BEREA KENTUCKY 2 o a o- pi 0ir0it0A0A0A0il0A0i1O110A0A0i1 DR FENNERS hU 1 Kidney Backache All DUdXiti of the kijnoji Midler tad urinary organi Au burt duellt rheumatUn backache Krtrel dropsy smile CureDont become discouraged There U a cure for you It nucruarr wrlu Ur FeerrerrIIn hum spent a lifetime curing just euchcases as yours All coniultatloui ere FREEj1 was afflicted with kIcIDI1IUpa and gravel and growing conslsntlworan one of the gravels In tny lilu lcli r and I was IC aiiirxlcal oprallon tu remove It I way Induced to try Ur Farmers rind backache Curt and slier using- a few bottle I rd a atone halt ai Urge as it marble The modlclnn nrtttentod further tormatlonsandeITecledacure W1uAKFMUrns Va ti Sold by DniirgliiU SOe and II Auk for Dr Femurs Almanac or Cook BonkFrFenuerSLVlloaIlaneeai It U a bliMlng ALLIMCLIHK liRcoGoAkrouO G Gi 1 IWrite or Call on IHARBER and HUGUELY t Main Street Richmond Ky g for prices on Oats Clover Timothy 1 1 and other Field Seeds and t GrassesPhone 35 I Je J131tal111amal1 1t Wellselected stock of Q1 C Izca to Groceries Dry Goods and Notions liens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers 1IraPrices right Agent for Naven Laundry cip hc Defects in City School Systems By PROP WILLIAM E WATT Principal of Graham School Chicago I Wi ITIKHT laying the blame of all our shortcomings as a people at the door of thesclioolsoncwho investigates the conditions tinder wHch children m educated in cities cannot hut wonder that there are as many sound men and women as we actually have It is a rule with us that a sound man is a rare bird It should he theI rule that the sound man is a common gild the unsound unfortunate is the exception 4Ifwe reared our sons and daughters with the the farmer exercises when he raises pigs or colts there would he far more sound men and women among us sitting in a bad position all day breathing air contaminated by 40 or more sets of lungs working there by the hour and scolded more or less onethird of the time as the teachers average easy or hard to please the child gets used to submission He sits quietly while he knows that wrong is done all about him Me learns to cheat in examination He practices sly conduct lie sometimes docs worseWe proclafm against wrongs done by other people against the lower classes and our politicians buy votes and rob the poor We askvisitors to admire our public buildings built tp look like leaven and burn like hell We demand of all officers of our government an oathof fidelity and we permit them to shift the blank among them selves We have a fine code of laws we do not enforce them Let us bring our children up so they will grow naturally Let us instruct them incidentally and not primarily Let the school exercises he planned to meet the wants of the childs mind rather than try to make the mind conform with the prearranged system The moral fiber of the nation slay be unproved by taking from tIll children the incentive to lying cheating and concealing wrong A system which will cause every child to he dangerous to the wrong doer through the proper channel of the law will improve our system of justice Let there be a campaign agnint the liar the sneak the thief the Impure the undeveloped and the envious and let it be begun before they arc matured and hardened Get them in the making A View of tIle Divorce Question By MRS MARY E TEATS Nations Evangelist lor the Womans Christian Temperance Union l lIVuKCK ao an institution it justifiable The only way tc handle tax divorce question is to make reformatory moves m th qutNtion of marriage Marriage is the second stage nf life anlnt imcs divorce is the next There are thou san of families today that should never he allowed to fjfv If the marriage law were different the divorce tjiies tilln we mill he different Under certain conditions divorce tanii ho too strongly urged The exceptions in the marriage law should be far more numerous and their enforce ment should he rigid In many cases a couple discover they do not love rich other after a few weeks or months together The revelation stay conic after some years even In that case their living together is not a state of clean perIon When toleration takes the place of love the step towards infidelity and general immorality is one which is easily taken yes invited tropic should he educated for mnrried life as well as for a business life or professional pursuit Educate the children inform then of the sanctity of their own lives as mothers and fathers and do not let them exist in ignorance Do not let them remain strangers to the most im 4J portant parts of their lives and the lives of their ancestors Knowledge of that sort if properly taught incites morality and morality is the se cret ofa Imply marriage lirePulling in Women Clubs By MRS MARY HOBARTKERCH Prominent Clubwoman ol Jancsvillc III lITE club life of women us we now see it is a scheming wirepulling organization which would shame a conven of our husbands and brothers So far it is a failure and willcontinue to be so until the mere society features fivc way to time more important ones of intellect and cult lire until our federations cease to he Magnificent political organizations through their whichought to be a disgrace to womankind until we learn that the only two keys that unlock lifes olden doors are serving and being kind Hail the movement that demonstrates the womans ability to ban dlc a pocketbook Until recently the control of the finances for the limes has been in the hands of the father or husband Only recently through the practice received in womens clubs women have proven themselves greater financiers than the nice lor the past ages woman has had to justify every step in her progress and so it is not strange that she continues to analyze her self and account for her motives To overcome this I believe is the work laid out for the club to do It can broaden her life she can learn to feel for others to bear others burdens forItunatethat a church fails to accomplish One Man Power in Schools By PROF JOHN DEWEY construe EducallonI conditions mental of power and to adequate responsibility for its use undemoIcraticchange it have as a rule conceived of but one remedy namely the transfer of authority to the school superintendent In their zeal to place the center of gravity inside the school system in their zeal to restrict the prerogatives of a nonexpert school board and to lessen the opportunities for corruption and private pull which go with that they principlehead of a school system the oneman principle is autocracy u SIMPLE WATER SYSTEM UculKiiPil by n IlKPiin Knnnrr lint Ailiiplnlile In ICtrry Klllil of Orilliiiirr 1n rin luilnntr After carrying water three limes dally for 1000 breeding pigeons for a tlhic I decided would mule It carry Itself so procuring about 200 feet of secondhand 11e lnch Iron vivo I set about It and after a few hours work I had tho pleasure of seeing tho watering done as before without tho work of carrying about 12 buclietfuls of water dally They would not drink this IMlltOVlSKU WATKIl SY8TKM amount but It Is quite ncccsaary that pigeons should have fresh water each tlmo they are fed and plenty of It for bathing In afterwards The pump that furnished the water was some distance from tho yards and the piping hail to pass two doors that were used several times dally so that It was ncccsiary to lower the tripe to the ground passing tho doors then roiling about two feet above first water pans and giving It a gradual fall to about one foot above wateringIInrh hole In pipe directly over each pans the pipe being connected with pump trough which would hold enough water for all pant Wo would only have to pump tho water and the piping would do the rest and at the same time rat the attendant somewhat To prevent fronting put a small valve at lowest point near pump to lot water out of pipe on ground llural New Yorker THE FARM TELEPHONE Dnkiiln litprrlrnrp Irotm Tlmt II lln n Ciiiiinirrrlnl n AVrll im Siiclnl V n Inc InInlily are neighborhood sociability making appointments for meeting and calling the doctor Communication with dealers in produce Is also possi ble and ninny n farmer is thus enabled to decide just when to deliver such merchandise to advantage at the near est market A North Dakota taper declares that such means of keeping posted ore especially valuable to the wheat growers of the northwest This is tho way In which that journal tnlUs The encroachment of modern fa cilities on older methods of doing business Is strikingly exemplified In this part of tho northwest this fall These days of IIrh ate telephones and telegraph lines to every station and almost every big farm throughout the state have brought the farmers Into touch with tho terminal grain markets of Duluth and Minneapolis In such way as to euchre tho country elevator lines out of all chance of profit by ad vanco Information Often the changes In quotations at either Duluth or Min neapolis arc In tho hands of farmers at their homes within ten or 20 min utes after they have been made and In some cases elevator companies having country lino houses have found It llillcnlt to keep even with the farmer This Is especially tho case with a long continued advance or decline A farmer will store his grain In the country house nearest his farm and as long as prices advance or re main stationary ho will let it stay there taking a storage ticket which he leaves with a friend In town or at tho bank Uelug in close touch with tho terminal markets by telephone he knows at onco of any change In price and ft It Is a decline ho at once tele phones to tho bank or his agent to sell at tho old price and this Is done so quickly that tho sale Is often made be fore tho country elevator has received word by wire from Duluth to make a change In quotations In that case the elevator line Is out thq difference In price as It has to sell Its grain on the terminal market at once IV York Milk Supply Fow people have the least Idea of how much milk Now Yorkers consume in a single day Here for Instance are tho ofllclal figures for the mouth of September 1903 These give a dally average of 30618 cans or 1321930 quarts of milk and lCOD cans of cream and fresh condensed milk or C43CO quarts making In all a total of 12SC2SO quarts of milk and cream which come In by 12 different lines of railroads ever morning Cultivator flout nn tore itf Trpen Did you over think how valuable an acre of ground can be made by planting it thickly with trees thus forming a grove in which to feed hogs Plant it Into trees that grow rapidly anti form plenty of shade The most valuable acres on some farms pro handled In this manner Catalpa and locust are very suitable and when a few posts are need ed they may bo cut from besides tho hogs can bo fed away from tho sum mers sun Farm Journal Wheat bran is better for the production of milk than cornmeal GROWING ASPARAGUS Time fu Mnrt n Ptilcli In In Ilir rrlIInj of Mirlnu when iron rirnt Mar In A grower of asparagus writes Firs of all I have to say that if I had a piece of warm sandy wcHdranrd loam avail able fortheTurpoto I would think the best time to start an aspargua patch bat once without more delay than necessary to secure a lot of good plants after the spring growth starts Usually would prefer to grow my own plants and grow them In good rich loam and properly pushed and thinned In order to get good large oneyearold plants which think are far better than the av erage run of twoyear old plants that one can buy- I make the ground very rich In fact it cannot bo made too rich I give each plant plenty of room not less than n dozen square feet I plant them deep so that a shallow running plow will not in jure the crown To renew an old plantation ploy it over shallow applying manure or any good commercial vegetable or potato manure containing a good percentage of potash Any of our standard varieties may bo used- Palmetto seems more liable than other to resist the rust attacks Columbian Mammoth white Is good If you wish to raise your own plants next year sow the seed thinly In drills the drills being n foot or 14 Inches apart by hand or with a garden drill Do this early In the spring while the ground Is yet quite moist The seeds are large and hard and require a good deal of moisture to germinate In a dry time the seed may be soaked for a few hours In hot water It will then sprout much more promptly Clip ping a corner of tho hard shell off each ce d will serve to hasten the process of germination N Y Farmer UNIQUE TREE TRIPLETS Our In n SlirllIliirk Illckiir the Mrunil n Wlilli Onk nnil the third n Miitnr Trcr Mr 0 W flatten of Egypt W Va sends a pencil sketch of throe trees growing as If from the same root He saw the account of the twin trees near Philadelphia mentioned In the New Curiosity Shop two r three weeks ago In his letter he says These trees are found on the farm of Strother Hatten on Elijahs creek In Wayne county W Va There are three distinct trees of dlfferen varieties The one on the left Is a shell bark hickory that In the center Is a white oak and VinaiNIA TREE TUnLETSI the one on the left Is a sugar tree The trunks are joined firmly for a distance of about three feet from the ground where they fork In three distinct trees Near the ground they present a fiat trunlcabout three feet broad and about 12 or 14 Inches thick The hickory and sugar trees are In a thrifty condition and are gradually pressing the oak so firmly that at some future day the oak will surely die be tween the grip of Its rivals for existence The curiosity of the combination is that tho hickory Is bearing tho choicest nuts leldSIItsREGARDING PEAR BLIGHT Rrnillrntr thl Crrm by Cutting anti horning All infected Twig and Ilrunrlira The New Jersey state horticultural report gives hints In regard to pear blight which those who are Intending to plant out pear orchards or who have them will do wall to bear in mind The first caution Is to manure and cultivate tho tree so that It will not grow too rapHly Trees that are highly fertilized with nitrogenous manures are especially llcbie to Might This would bar out heavy manuring with horse sheep or hen manure and the plowing urder of clover cow peas rape or almost any green crop Manure only sufficiently to secure a rood crop and no more Exterminate the blight germs by cut ting nnd burning all Infected twigs and branches as soon ns seen Do tit rams by any blight seen on apple quince crab mountain ash service berry and hawthorn as It Is the same disease nnd will spread to nearby trees and some times a quarter of a mllo at least In fa vorable winds Cut them out when and make thorough Inspection seenI clean up before spring Then sharp outlook when the leaves start for any place missed or where cutting wns not deep enough Then cut two or three Inches below any wood that seems diseased and keep tho knife sterilized by dipping In a diluted solution of car belie acid Midland Farmer A cow Is profitable Just as long as she gives a profitable return for the food she consuirfs Berea College 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Oror 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States I Largoil College Llbraryln Kontucky NO SALOONS Aitpllfil Bdeneo Two yearn Course with agriculture for young mea amt DIIoutil Sciooce for young Ladies Tn School Ctrpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years countyCertificateAcademy Course Four years fitting for College for business and for life College Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaurs ate degrees MiiHlc Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fos to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction soil must also pay beIIPa U1IO1 ii FIIEAOLY ADVICI iMrtu Of SKKTAtT WILL C GAMBLE Bcrea Madison County Ky The International Bible Seriesle TNf LARGEST LINE Or 6ELFPRONOUNCIHG DIDLC9 IN THE WORLD THtT aaI HtNUMNCe ION TMIIH CLEAR PRINTSCHOLARLY HELPSSUPJRIOR BINDING ted Letter Testament DO YOU NEED A BIBLE Tiea tend for this Trench Morocco ClrlDlty Circuit Cooed Corner iced Under Ovid Edfti SILK SEWED Large Typo Minlo- aSELFPRONOUNCING TEACHERS BIBLES ICON The Cenblnttloa Concordance the Mot Satisfactory In Existence niBitratloni Map In color and tilt most COMPLETE HELPS T0 THE STUDT OF THE BULK ChrhtPrllluaDletaityCircuit Poatplld Only DDRESS THE CITIZEN DEREA x KENTUCKY s u u Y lMadison County Roller Mills I d41i14f144e14 I Manufacturers Fancy Roller Corn Meal Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our DUST Roller Floor will hard to beat PRIDE MADISON is another Excellent Flour- H4I AI IF b Duerson Stitlon Ky NECESSARY EXPENDITURES IFOR ONE TERMuSCHOOL EXlENSiadut lint dA ol tttm College Acal 6 Sclct MoJel Lat Norm Kormil School Gum Incl ctJalIe o TolalichoolIfzpcnses 100 400 month Room rent by term B ird room fuel and llgbtt Kl for rail end iptlnc nil W a week 7J for winter teim 120 week DoirJ la the TlUrgeillowed In approved pltrei rirlri In price according to tccommo tattoos rurnlbed- AdJIII these tiring expenses to school ix pens s w f find paid the lint iajrllncludlnf theft depotlt In Collegiate Department 12020 Academy end Latin Normal f 1910 Applied Science Normal sod Oralllmarl172 Stdel School 11520 In winter I181 more breach No student can IRetired who falls to mitt ibis adritnc pay meat Ordinary Expenses for II Weeks art teen to bo Collegiate Utpirirjcnt tae Academy and Normal 1J Aprlliii Science Normal and AOiammartr MoJcl School tJJ In winter thre dollar n ore for each Students raying board and room rent In lull tr a term at the beginning receive a discount of lily cent Stu lent July extuwl b tort the end of a tend receive buck nn equitable portion ol the money they liavo advanced SPECIAL E3PHNSES Piano Vooil or Special Theory lessons I hour clan of three T 00 Drsn Violin etc U lensoui clan of three 600 Bteiii xr uliy or Typewriting per terra e Clan work in Harmony 800 Use ol 1lnno or Typewriter 1 hr a day 250 lot of or tun 1 hr a a 00 Rent cl Mmlo Library per term H Cuenilrut laboratory accord Ing to material and breakacebout and Mlcro coplcal r term 100- Ekterlabin drawing per term W exeepton dl U Uradiiitlou Feowlthdegreogwnhdiploma a The Citizen Founded Price 5115 to Pl7- resuee tins 1111- 11FUllhles With Patent ThBcblndaa Icr SOc- tAdditions Price only 85 cts Flour Ship GOLD be OF tPottsIWIIU Weeks icelSpeda Tote Total Latin 100- tfcyilciil Laboratorlei examination 60 YhARS t I a T Tnrot nO iiS V Irrrp OOPVT8 40 Ano iir t iietcti nl lIon Ickly our opinion fret whether ntaDa Com manic lions anetl1onnaaontIcL Uudbnok oa Iaieau tacorlngpfMnuPatentaiptrul notka withoutC- hiliScieftlific in RUI rlanea handomeiy tllonrad waty Lrnt et en Alton fthf nlenilfio tunal Trm5 a earl iuldbaanoednatere raa Nrcr 011 Coi w NeWlOik LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Tips Table In Effiot May 14 190 Train 4 belly Leavotrtnrns 3 JOa m Arrive Hichmond 8 W a m Arrive Paris 505a ru Arrive Cincinnati am lljLeaveArrive Richmond Arrive Pari t I IS p m Arrive Cincinnati 6 00 p m Ninth Train Da- llyLeaveliereuiII p m Arrive Livinguton2 05 p av lUllfLeaveArrive LivinKstoD11mlm Trains No and No 5 miikn con nection at Livingston for Jnllico and LhQ South with No2 and No 27 W Ha BOWER Ticket Agent from now until January 1905 with picture and special numbers EXPEHIENCgA MAHK ajoartaln 7m l2i pw Oolns =1 1 THE CITIZEN I Dont forget the old man with the fish on his back For nearly thirty years he has been traveling around the world traveling e bringing health and comfort goesTo he brings the and flesh he so much ncedsII To all children he gives rich ancl strengthening food personsherich red bloodrChildren who first saw the oldman with the fish are now grown up and have children of their own He stands for Scotts Emul sion of pure cod liver oiladelightful food anda itaral tonic for children for old folks and for all who need flesh and strength SCOTT Si BOWNE Chemist York50c100 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 pene Crating to the seat of the ailment draws out all Fever Soreness and In flammation Try a bottle today Guaranteed by S E Welch Jr t Druggist EDITORS COLUMN Bargains The following bargains are for either old or new subscribers to Tug CITIZEN If your subscription is paid up you will be given credit for one year from its present expiration date whatever it is Bargain No One Citizen HOO American Farmer See ad on page 8 50 Toledo Blade 100 S260 Our Bargain Price H25 Bargain No Two Citizen 100 American Farmer 50 Union Gospel Nows 60 Driven Back to Eden 125 326 Our Bargain Price 160 i Bargain No Three Cincinnati Post Daily except Sunday 300 American Farmer Weekly 60 Citizen Weekly 100 450 Our Bargain Price 2 50 This is a presidential year and you will want a good daily newspaper one that is nonpartisan and gives both sides of the political situation The Cincinnati Post answers that description As a newsy uptodate daily newspaper it is too well known to need comment It wears the collar of no political party it is the news headquarters for the ScrippsMoRae Preen Association which sells news to hundreds of dailies throughout the country it is published every day except Sunday and contains from ton to pages each issue Our pricp jtwelve above for the three papers a a weekly and a is f pnceSendAddress James M RacerBerea Ky CUT OUT FILL IN AND MAIL TODAY COUPON I enclose for Bargain No Name Foitoifice State yHHH MMMMHMMIM H+I IHHHH I I H H H Eastern Kentucky News Ho correspondence published unless signed in fun by the writer The name li not for publication but at an evidence of good faith Write plainly zHH +l II MHMHIH JACKSON COUNTY LITE Feb 12James Gabbard from Berea College passed through this vicinity last week on his way home on a visitThe subscription schoolat Oak Grove is progressing nicely with over forty pupils in attendance Silas Hoskins had a fine barn burned down a few weeks ago It contained GOO bushels of corn two horses a cow and a lot of farming tools and machinery which were alllostR A Dyche of Moore Creek has sold his farm and removed to London where he will make his KNOB Feb 16W J Dougherty of Valley View was here last week on businessW F Powell andson were up at their old home on Owsley Fork last week for another load of plunderMr and Mrs Albert Powell have just returned from Louisville where they have been the last few days selecting new spring goods Rev Griffith preached at Oak Grove Saturday and SundayThe infant child of Mr and Mrs Jtif Murphey will be buried at the burying ground here todayThe many friends of Mrs Cora A Smith were made very glad last Friday by her return from an extended trip to her old home in Now York State Mrs Smith has been away for the benefit of her healthand comes back much stronger than when she leftThe recent storm did much damage around here even taking the roof off of some barns and one dwelling house- OWSLEY COUNTY VINCENT Feb 11We are having some nice weather at this writingPeople have begun work to make a crop of corn for next year Burgoyno Botupr of this place is doing a thriving business in the storeWe all had a nice social at Rufus Jackson Saturday night There were about twenty persons presentMies Mary Isaacs and Mr General Price are to be married to day They have our boat wishesI will give my best wishes to Berea College Every one ought to take Tug CITIZEN Harrison Turner and Grant Spivy havo just started a new store on Sturgeon CreekJohn New man will get his first check from Uncle Sam soon He was in the Philippine war three years and was engaged in the battle in which Gen Lawton was killedWe had an awful storm here the 7th It tore down a great deal of fencing and blew down a mill shed Thomas Bond of Clay County was the guest over Sunday of Miss Rebecca Mninous CONKLING Feb 15 The people of this section and we believe all unbiased mountain people would rejoice to hoar of the defeat of Mr Days bill Houso bill no 25Doc Mainous of Buck Creek will soon bring his family and make his home on Doe CreekRev Culton of Richmond preached here Satur day and SundayMrs Laura Taylor has gene to Ohio to her fathers Her husband expects to go soonOur shores are once more infested with lie inspectorsWe have several artists in embryo at this place Their prin cipal work is in oilcolorsOur news is short this week as we have not had either a birth or a fight in this vicinity PERRY COUNTY DWARF Feb 13 Rachel Owens who has been teaching at Dwarf is attending Williams College Robert Lee Ow ens who has been travelling for his health for some time is seriously ill at a Louisville hospital Miss Nannie Cornett and H C Combs are attend ing Williamsburg Academy this win terThe boys are busy filling the icehouse hereMr and Mrs Austin Godsey recentlybad a child who was left at home alone seriously burned Miss Cadwell of Williamsburg is teaching at Hazard nowJ G Combs has gone into the goods busi ness at Hazard and now resides there Miss Sarah Richie is in school at HazardElijah Holliday of Ball has moved to the Trace forkG W and Ervin Richie have cleared 14j acres of land for H Owens The writer had a letter from Miss Patch at Chicago saying she would be here in MarchMiss Samantba Cornell visited friends at H Owens recently So bL Richie is continuing his r 4+llHIttfl+ItHHIHHHft1 studies at the Louisville Medical College this wlnterD B Patrick is attending the Bowling Green Business College this winterBorn to Mr and Mrs Mellin Miller a baby girl The Richio brothers are partners in the goods business at the mouth of ClearCreekROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Feb ttP S Callahan is on the sick list George Michael was in Scaffold Cane neighborhood last week buying cattloG LWren is putting out a fine lot of lumber for J W Todd and othersMiss Ella Labes is visiting her sister Mrs James Ham mond Samuel Croucher who was recently taken to the asylum is reported as being no better Feb triM B McGuire went to Brush Creek Saturday on business Mr and Mrs I L Martin visited Mr and Mrs T M Ogg of Walnut Meadow Saturday and SundayJ- J Martin and son IL were in Berea Tuesday on business Henry Abney got his arm cut very badly while barking spokes last weekMr and Mrs J S Waddle went to Rockford Saturday on business W H Steph ens went to Berea last week Charley McCollum and Jim Owens are making spokes on J J Martins farm this weekIFeb 16 Gardner the little son of Mr and Mrs J S Waddle is very sick at this writingJ W Hawkins of near Berea was on Scaffold Cane Monday looking after some cattle Mrs Nannie Hammond and baby Morris visited friends in Madison county Sunday Vena the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Charlie Davis who has been very sick for a few days is convalescent Robert Shearer visited friends on Scaffold Cane SundayMessrs Luther and Willie Roulett of Disputanta visited in Madison county Sunday W A Hammondand daughter Nora made a flying trip to Berea Friday The Revs Pasco and Dougherty filled their appointment at Bear Knob Fri day nightMr and Mrs Isaac Mar tin visited friends in Madison county Saturday and Sunday Bent David son and Willie Purkey of Clear Creek are visiting friends at Moores Creek Jackson county this weekJ W Toddour hustling merchantis on the sick list this weekMinnie Waddlo visited her sister Mrs Mina Davis Sunday night Alfred Gadd attend ed Sundayschool Dog Walk last Sunday MADISON COUNTY DREYFUS Fob 12John C Powell made a trip to Jackson county last week Sandlin and Sparks have just got in a now supply of goodsW A Powell of Jackson county visited friends here this week The storm last Sunday morning did great dam age to buildings and fences in these partsLightning struck the house vacated by T J Sparks damaging it considerably The smallpox scare is overW C Lewis has purchased a farm of J W Herndon near Berea and is moving this week Mr Lewis is an excellent citizen Joseph Rid dle and family are moving to the Clifton Benge farm Mr Bengo and family are planning to move to Ohio soon We regret the loss of Mr Benge and family as they are good neighborsLEE FINCASTLE The snow has been too deep for farming much So we are kept busy filling our wood housesDr Noe of Powellcounty was at Fincastle on business FridayJohn Plumer of Browning Ky who has been sick with fever for several weeks is re coveringBrice Ingrim and Cleveland Rogers of Millers Creek were pleasant guests of Walter Kincaid last Saturday and Sunday The have just completed their new store at Beattyville Rev Wilson of Browning Ky filled his appointment at Bethlehem church SundayWood Shumaker is contemplating going to Wisconsin this spring for his health There is one new case of smallpox at Beattyville and several other per sons have boen exposed MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Mrs Mattie Smith of Cincinnati came up Sunday to visit her sister Miss Alice Simms The revival RtI the Bethel church is still growing in interest Rev N H Talbot preached- a soul stirring sermon Sunday after noon There have been about fifteen accessions up to the present time Mrs Lizzie Mundy left WedneJlayII afternoon for Dayton to WilliamThe rally of the Bethel church was very successful A large sum of money was realizedMrs- Mary Self whose critical illness was mentioned in last issue died Wed nesday Her funeral was hold at the M E church Friday conducted by Rev N H Talbot Tutcola III Fob ItTho winter here has been very cold with a great deal of snow but just now we are having a thaw and plenty of wind S L Todd J1 TullIcolaonly recently came to Illinoisbut says ho is going back to Kentucky to live and die there Corn is 37o per bushel hero but the roads are so muddy that none can be moved Four horses could not get an empty wagon into town We certainly hope that Brownlow bill giving National aid for building wagon roads passes and that our county hero gets a slice of the money WANTS GOOD ROADS The Xmlonal Grant Indories IAe Hrarrnlonr Dill rile furuiers life a clnss conservative lu their views and slow to move They do their thinking flrnt and their talk lug afterward For some reason the farmers of this country have been read Ing and thinking about road Improve ment and tile best way to secure that much desired result They have con sidered local taxation and labor as till means of building good ronds and have found this lung tried plan to be a fail ure except In limited localities They have studied tbe state aid plan and ob served tile great advance made under It Finally they have twit studying the question of national aid and they appear to have concluded that It the way they long have sought and mourned because they found It not At any rate that One conservative old farmers organization the Patron of Husbandry commonly spoken of as the grange lu Its national meeting came out with the following strong and unequivocal declaration Whereas The United States government hat expended vast amounts of money In the Improvement of transportation facili ties by river and harbor appropriation and has donated vast tracts of valuable land In aid of the conitnictlon of rail toads therefore be It Resolved That the national grange fa yore the Inauguration of a national potter for the Improvement of highways and the appropriation by congress of a liberal amount to establish a comprehensive eye tern of road Improvement through the co operation of the federal and state goy ernments suggesting that the general features of what la termed the llrownlow bill embody with some modifications tha essential features of such a policy Resolved That we call upon all state Pomona and subordinate ranges to take prompt and vigorous action upon this Im portant matter and we hereby authorise the legislative committee of the national grange to Inaugurate and conduct an aggressive camoalgn In securing federal aid for ImproveMent of highways also that our legislative committee be authorized to gather alt the Information possible re garding the road laws and systems of road building In the several states and that such Information be published In such form as the committee deems best These resolutions will set In motion a vast force that moves slowly but Ir resistibly for It must be remembered that the national grange usually gets what It lOCI after whether It Is a state freight rate law the creation of a na tlonal department of agriculture or the passage of an oleomargarine bill This Is by far the most Important Indorse ment the lirownlow bill has yet re ceived SALT MILL For Sale Russell manufacture heavy double saw rig with 18horse compound trac tion engine Out five years every thing in running order Also a good team and road wagona bargain if sold by March 1st For further information call on or addressP S Dearborn BKBEA KT Another Case of fllieumittlim Cured by Chamberlains fats Halm The efficacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm in the relief of rheumatism U being demonstrated daily Parker Triplett of Griaby Va says that Chamberlains Pain Balm gave him permanent relief from rheumatism In the back when everything else failed and he would not be without it For sale by S E Welch Jr Bring your watch clock and jewelry repair work to W Be Robe Co Shop over post oflice Prices low All work guaranteed We have the beat outfit in this end of Madison county rr+ + + rr+ + + + r+ + + + + Usually Needed t 1Ntlto buying aud Rolling real estate the services of 01Ibank aro usually needed IhiselfnuBactions wo money on mortgages 1 f10anRatlmuco blanks and otherwiso 1 up deals you buy or sell prop Iortylet the business end of it pass this bank Wo are confi + dent will bo pleased with our tlIunlcu j1 t t t The Barea Banking Co t r t t + r + + r 00000000000000000000000000o IIi Wisdom moans food judgment Good judgment means when you apply your wisdom to business prob olame that is why it pays to trade where goods are bought i5 right and sold right nnd you always get a square Meal ju o o 0 Granulated Sugar 4c0 Obelisk Flour 60c iElephant Corn 0 2 for 15cS 3 bars ofLenox or Clairetteo 0 soap lOc 4 lbs Package Gold dust 16c iNice per lb 6c i Potatoes per bu 100 i One gallon bucket syrup 25c o 0 0 S Stockall the way through in proportion thin In why it a looks like everybody trades a- tWELCHSIi f- o 0 ooooooooooooooooooooo1ooo o 4 This space has been purchased by The Students Job Print Printers of The Citizen 0 +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 + i it Why Pay High Prices t t t t+ + tArbuckles Coffee per lb 124c 1 4Granulated Sugar44c t0 o o t 1- t PRICES THAT WILL OPEN t- io F YOUR EYES ONi1 IClothing OapsI t Shoes Hats and i Gloves Ladies Capes and Jackieta Dry Goods etc + o 0- i Get our prices before you buy 10I i 1 I R a R COYLE II Main Street Berea Kentucky 1 1 + 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 +o