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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4HHHIHHHWHHHHI MILTON RACER and Publisher 1Editor at terse Ay cu mOM clou manmatter HH1HHH1H +H +1I HJo V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 1901 One dollar a year NO 37 IDEAS It scorns queer that doctors should choose to go to health resorts when they take u vacation People who are always right may bo the most admirable but they nru very uncomfortable people to lire with The woman who rrfrulim from say IUK I told you no Ifs wonderful sell control TAKE NOTICE Soo our aunoucoinout tins week on pogo 3 of the Worlds Fair contest In which we give our subscribers an opportunity to take part Iteinutnber wo give you full credit on your sub ecriptiou account for every Grout you Head in The estimates are abHor lutely true and Bocuro for you any prize which your estimates entitle you to claim A special prize of ff00 is given for the closest estimate made Iraforo March IB but this does not lenfwn your chance to secure the 5000 prize Send money and guesses to day Use blank on agelf FROM THE WIDE WORLD- A Russian torpedo boat destroyer stopped a British ship Twelve thousand Argentino railroad men are on atriko for more money The arbitration treaty between Spain anti Great Britain bas been signedA of arbitration between Franco and Spain was nlgnod in Paris on FridayMore disorders aro rcportNlI in South went Africa one report saying that the natives are gradually driving the Germans Into the sea A skirmish is reported to hero taken place between a Russian cavalry do both sides claiming to have gained a victory The situation was quiet at Port Arthur on Monday LntRA dispatch from Yin Kow says that fifteen Japanese warships bombarded Port Arthur from 10 tillI 12 oclock Monday morning the RUN sian cruisers Novik and Askoid and ItI torpedo boat being badly damaged It is also claimed that the battleship Rolvizan was again damagedI IN OUR OWN COUNTRY M fiunauVarilla Minister from Panama to the United States has tendered his resignation Mrs George W Cable wife of the well known Southern novelist isdoad after a surgical operation Fire destroyed the State Capitol building at Madison Wis causing a loss estimated at 800000 Thu postoilice robbers wore convicted Friday evening at Washington City after a fortyseven lays trial Thu oxhibit shipments for the St Louis Worlds Fair aro largely in ox COM of those at the Chicago Exposi tion at a similar period before thoI openingThe worlds record with 13inch guns has boon broken by the gunners of the battleship Wl contht who made nine bulls eyes out of ton shots fired inside of ten minutes There Is a National Convention of Builders of the United States and Canada now in session In the Halls of the Ancients at Washington City Of all building materials brick and iron stand a conflagration best The Senate has ratified the canal treaty and the President has signed it but the Colombian Government has sued the French canalcompany anti while that suit is pending it will be impossible for this government to obtain a clear title to the property COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Danville Ky wants a Federal buildingThe in the Monarch coal mine at Madisonvillo said to bo spread ingDepositions wore taken Monday in the HunterEdwards congressional contest Senator Blackburn arrived in Frank fort Monday night to look after his interests for reelection The bill appropriating 75000 for extensions at the Hopkiusvillo Insane Asylum was passed by the Senate without opposition A 0 Marklein and a companion named McCarty killed a mountain lion that attacked them in MagoIDn county Marklein was so badly mangled by tho beast that he will t die McCarty was also seriously wounded T k r XDOIOIl THE CITIZEN r IIVOL 8 Iioncampod t ifdfi M444 vrMAi 1 Bernrr rrr yrrrrf nev 2h2 r ONE REASON WHY WE NEED GOOD ROADS I THE ANNUAL DEBATE After music by tho band and prayer by President Frost the chairman of the evening Mr T J Onborne an nounced to a crowded audience In the Tabernacle the question for debate RESOLVED That free trade would boa letter economic policy for tho United States than a protective tariff Alpha Zlta upheld the affirmative and Phi Delta tho negative of tho ques tionMr Wolsey Frost beginning with calmness and deliberation which he carried well into his argument made the first speech for the affirmative No violent change is advocated by his side Free trade is the natural eco nomic condition while Protection is unnatural Protection diverts capital into unnatural and artificial channels and restricts free exchange If ono nation has Protection all must adopt- it thus alienating nations Protection Is unAmerican Liberty of speech and thought and action aro tho foun dations of our government Why should there not be the sumo freedom- In trade Development of industries can be better accomplished by bounties find subsidies We aro two thirds free tradA already Go the rest of the way Thu argument was logical and clear throughout and lore tho marks of skilful forensic Mr J R Young then answered for the negative His speech showed him thoroughly familiar with his sub jet Tho argument was lucid and forcibly stated Excessively rapid speaking made it difficult to follow the argument closely and bada YellIthaving a thorough grasp of tho sub ject in hand The question is not what Is tho best theory but what policy best moots the demands of the people Protection does meet the demands of the people heat Trusts are not the out growth of Protection but of labor conditions Free trade increases the power of tho trusts Protection by reserving tho best markets gives profits to producers who in turn are able to pay higher wages to employees In the production of goods Protection works for pbrmanent cheapness while Free Trade only works for temporary cheapness Next folluwed Mr II M Ernst with what was in many respects the boat speech of the evening While somewhat crude In delivery ho never failed to drive his argument straight home The audience was made to feel that the speaker was uttering convictions This won him tho closest attention of tho houseHigh wages are the result of labor unions and tho high standard of living demanded among American laborers UnderIProtection the consumer tariff This is class legislation thing that restricts supply aids in the formation of trusts Protection does restrict supply It is true wages are nominally higher under protection but Free Trade raises wages by reducing prices Mr H H Clark the second speak er for the negative presented one of the strongest and most logical speeches given The full force of which was however lost by a too rapid delivery which created tho appearance of ox cessive unnaturalnessHomo com petition Is eutlicient to keep prices down The tendency of Free Trade is to specialization of industries Pro tection diversifies industries Capital is moat widely distributed in times of security Under Free Trade depres Mon is universal by reason of the few industries Protection better level cps Internal industries by utilizing every natural product This gives employment to the mass of citizens Under Protection wo have an assured market Under Freo Trade we must seek a market This speech was answered by Mr Geo Pow of tho affirmative Free Trado increases and Protection do creases the protection of national wealth Whatever increases trade increases national wealth Free Trade increases trade Wo improve our rivers and harbors for trade and then build up an artificial wall in tho form of a Protective tariff Protection does not accomplish its aim which is to strengthen Many of our industries have been protected for a hundred years and are still weak They seem to havo discovered the fountain of perpetual youth Mr Pow delivered his argument in a tolling way His style was vigorous and vivacious and succeeded in winning for him tho sympathy of tho audience Mr C L Pholpa in closing the main argument for the negative pre sented a masterly and carefully pre pared address which hall not hesita tion and tho need of prompting work ed against him would have ranked him among tho boat speakers of the evening Results aro the test of a policy Tho industries of Turkey Ireland and India were ruined by the removal of protective duties England placed no article upon tho free lust until she could produce it cheaper titan any other nation The ptriods of high protectiro tariff have been tho periods of greatest prosper ity in our own country Tho fruits of Protection havo always boon prosperity constant employment and a high standard of living Mr Young then closed tho argu ment for tho negative and Mr Ernst for tho affirmative After music by the band tho chair man of the evening Mr T JOsborne announced tho decision of tho judges to bo unanimously in favor of tho affirmative Tho judges were Prof Arthur Yeagor Ph D Professor of History and Economics of George town College Dr Geo A Hubble and Prof L V Dodge of Berea Somo lack of calmness deliberation and pleasing bearing highly com mendable in tho orator was evident But whatever adverse criticism wa bo offered those six men showed that they know how to debate and what is hotter showed that wo have in Berea debating material that can face the best in any institution of similar rank SONS OF JOHN G FEE PROTEST Wo desire to say to our fellow countrymen and citizens of the commonwealth of Kentucky wo with deep regret that there is before tho Legislature of tho State a bill aimed to prohibit the education of mankind together in any or all schools whether private or public We are appalled at the thought of the groat wroog and injustice this ma inllict upon a portion of the citizens within tho Slate and the cruel JUQV this will bo to one of tho greatest educational civilizing Christianizing institutions in all the South Wo fool that we who wero bred and reared whoso fathers and grandfathers ter born and bred in this State having share in building up this Commonwealth havo a right to appeal to tho present generation and beg of them not to bo hasty in passing an act that Contliuicd on pogo 8 that and with is one of our made or is work and and more satisfaction for use than any are as low as n 1can be I with workmanship quality The great number of satisfied wo have and a dissatisfied one is proof that we can plonso you Information gladly Painting Repairing and Rubber pricesfor KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS c P HIGGINS PropRichmond Ky iltArizona Heating and Cook Stoves and j- ji Ranges before you buy i Tour h andp workf Ky tH 11+ 11111 1111111 11+11 H 11111111111 H Ilot III Hl +0 +o +o +o+o +o +o +0 +0 +0 +o +o4 o +o +of 0 +o +o +0 +o +0 +o +o+odo + o 0 o lino of and Mattings is new and ouro largo Prices lower than city for the same o p fr grades o + 01 depend upon it if its from o 1 OruLtolaer Evans 1 10 Q It 01s+ o v o M G Brown our undertaker is one of the in the 01 o to ion a o CRUTCHER EVANS o t JopUni OM Stand Richmond K jr flay Phone 73 Night Phone 46 t0 0IIDry Goods- Notions x i an- dLadies Furnishings CLOSE PRICES JI A Reliable to deal with- y WHITE GIBSON Main Street Richmond Dillingham Select Goods 1Notions and at New Store Our stock is composed of exclus ive in Laces and Em special designs in La Collars novelties in Dry- y Goods etc plan will be not to keep a large stock poorly selected but a select stock constantly renewed by all the new styles and designs as fast as they come out Come in and see us oMrs Bettie Mason- a Main Street Berea Ky Tltttrtrtn 11 I I HIH trlHr Pagese II + + I I I 1I11 +11 I I I+I+H A combines beauty comfort convenience woll easy riding buggies surrioa It unexcelled for manship durability comfort will give general family other carriage made Our prices made consistent good and superior customers that without furnished i Tins Our Furniture Carpets assortment prices may best profes House Corner Dry the patterns broideries dies Our THE BEREA SHOP H M Racer Prop Hair cut 16c Share lOc lcFace massage15oR- azors sharpened 152f o Razors Soil Shop just around the corner on Center St and across from printing offic We want you for a REGULAR CUSTOMER iibI ++44t1JIIll Not too Soon Is it to plan for repainting your House Barn and other buildings with I Hammar Brand 1 Sold teed by the East End Drug Co i Main Street Bares Ky 1lIi I41HIII 1HII4 Subscribe for The Citizen Sixteen Departments Eight Family Carriage oYou Ladies- Furnishings BARBER Paint 11lbYOIIrd1rhdlotlhoI IIlralJratalor Ij Lt1Lt STEVENS ARMS TOOL orChlrol SIMPLE HYPERMETROPIC ASTIGMATISM AND MIXED MYOPIC ASTIGMATISM Will stop many from school I can give relief by making glasses that give a twisting refraction This is tho most dangerous ofeye troubles If either of your eyes have become squinted you had better be up and looking af ter me at once I can make glasses to order in three days Call at my home or drop me n card and I will call at your room S McGUIRE Berea Kentucky rl TIME KEEPERS IT It iheer e ravFinee r buya worthless watch nay a hI limekcep rat the right price They eve money and I are more tatuUctory I Oun are guaranteed Write for catalociie or calL GIRARDEr ctwrti bt tarlrrLy gold IMnglI Stnlte beetI The gri nine f tome pdaon bottom o tHE WORLD S1floIlGl 50 S M mi INqgrin rain Bnlra1J01 01altw Business More Than Doubled In four ream THE REASONS I and sells more mens tjioo amijJib Mioei than any other two wan ufactur rs In the world W U Douglas s3tc mild S3D ahoei placed elite by nlda OJU nnd slioef other maktv are found to bo Jut M nab They will outwear two pairs ordinary s3o0 and S3m lilies the beat feathers tntfudtng Patent KangarooVSW1o Douelae cannot be eHtiora h m1I1I3xcrntlItutu fire I 1or lie on For sale by I RR COYLE Berea tiring your watch clock and jewelry repair work to W B Robe Co Shop over postollice Prices low All work guaranteed We have the best outfit in this end of n Madison county fr SEA FLIGHT My little cabin window Stood outward to the sea And Fmlling thro the narrow space The moon Iookea In at me The moon I wondered much how fair A deeert moon may bo- Oiitoltlc my cabin window Lurked Danger sad and grim All but the sen gull at tho matt Mere Ire afraid of him All hu the seaMril and the wen So oung no fair Pi sum JJ little moon I whispered Are you not sore afraid liny said the moon the things that fear Arc such as creep and wade The bird hath wingsthe bird and I For safety we were made Then to my heart I whispered 0 heart lean close your ear Havo we not any wings my heart 1 O listen heart and hear soft came the answer Love and faith 1 Arc wings child do not fear Ida Vhlpple Itcnham In Youths Com rctnlon THEMISSISSIPPIBUBBLE By EMERSON HOUGH I fAuthorofTbeStory ol the Cowboy IIIJfwy BolUt Etc Cor rleht tier by Emerson Udajh CHAPTER XI ron FELONY Late in tho afternoon of tho day following the encounter In Dlooms tury square a little group of excited loiterers filled the entrance and pas rage way at DO Bradwell street the ioimcr lodgings of liiotwo young gen tlemen from Scotland The motley as rcinblage seemed for the most part to niiiv9 merry at the expense of a rev lain nnssongor boy who bore a long ilcr Lox which presently he shifted tunn his shoulder to a conveai ant resting place on tho Do oe look at un curlJIini dame iIel he Tno ciothas for the tall Benlennn vx tr in third door He Ile Vothos tr ir Law intfred i mne clothes cli crieJ anou r i L dame ot ertuln years Miit till riothcs hell need where hoc iMirVYes Indeed that he sill na Bal Jticl twas to Mary Cullen IIi tool un into her house Now shes na lodging money for her rooms and her lodspra tr both In Newgate least was one Ml rn Ai now tin a pity for Mary Cullen rhe do need the money no much Shut ye all your mouths the lot o fun c led Mary Cullon herself ap rvrrlng it tho door Tls not she la eroding the little money for she has Jt right her In the corner of tier apro I Kvcry saver Mary Cullsns young mn veld theyd pay they paid like the ITBtlcmcn thtr were Ill warrant tl r Kto of ye wvild do well to mae 01 i Cna ns Mary Cullen hath Oh now Is that true Mary Cullen nil a voice Twas said that thea to were noble folk come here for th- eroa of It What else Tut true Ho yoi never VrfV the tool of gentry My taker Ill warrant the young gentleman N Ire within a fortnight Ills brothel Iho manner ope said to me hlsself but that very morn his brother was hln accent 12 a child that he was obliged to strike the other man for fear of his inn life Now what can judge do but trn un loose Four sovereigns he gave mo ths very morn What else can judge do but turn ua free Tell me that nowIWell sold the apprentice withI certain superiority in his air I dare wait no longer My master said the prnf lemon was to have the clothes this ury afteinoon So If to prison he ba I rane to prlon must I go too Upon thlch he tII off doggedly and so re toved one of the main causes fur the ufreinblage at the curb Tho apprentice was hungry and fcry enosli before he reached the KJirbcr pOI lls yet bin Insistence won fit gate cjpor and turnkey one hr another till at length h toadied ttc idler wtio adjudged himself fit tot tc upon rite stolid demand that the zrenger t admitted with the parcel iur John IW Esquire late of Brad ric street marcd itrgent and col l rt flftj sovereigns The humor of i this opalcd to the jailer mightily Send him along ho said And the YVJ came Iu much dismayed but still faithful to lit trust Some ciithes said the apprentice Some very tine clothes They are of clr best Ha hnV roared the Jailer Hero l deed be a pretty Jest Much need hhl have ul tine clothea here Holl yon take Iii clothes oil the racc like the rest and happen it fits him well- S ry well Tithe back your box boy Or stay les have a look Int The jape v as a man not devoid of wisdom Iiic clothes sometimes went th a Ions 1 urse and a long purso nilght do wun lors to help the comfort of any pr oacr In London as well as the comfoir or his keeper Truly his f roe opptie1 wide as he saw the con tints of t bon He felt the lapel of the coat gassing It approvingly be tween his iiimb and finger Well C rt set i down the box lad said Jf and lath li I see where Mr Jnu has ttie Hum hum What with the rocorJ Charged that said prln trir did lhll11 hum Taken of tuld John flllW six sovereigns three billings and sixpence Item one snuff l4ix gilt Hour of admission five oclock oi the afternoon We shall see we shull we br said the Jailer approaching the prisoner and hiu brother who boUt remained ift the detention room a lad hath arrived baring a parcel for John Law Esquire Tin not within possibility that you have these goods lint wo would know what disposition wo shall make of them Hy my faith cried Law I had entirely forgot my haberdasher The jailer stood on one foot and Rave a cough unnecessarily loud but tufflclcntly significant It was enough for the quick wit of Law There was 60 sovereigns on till charge list said the jailer Sixty sovereigns I heard you say distinctly replied Law Will give mo thy purse man Wilt Law obeyed automatically There said John Law to the JalP er I am sure the garments wilt l very proper Is It not all very proper The turnkey looked calmly into till face of his prisoner and as calmly re plied It Is sir as you say very proper Will said Law to his brother who had scarce moved during all this come cheer up One would think twas thyself was to be Inmate here and not another Will Law burst Into tears God knows twerp better myself and not thee JAck he said Posh boy no more of that Twas as chance would have It Im never meant for staying here Come take this letter as I said and make haste to carry It Twill serve nothing to have you moping here Fare you well and see that you sleep sound Will Law turned obedient as ever to the commands of the superior mind He passed out through the heavily guarded door as the turnkey swung It for him passed out turned and looked back He saw his brother standing there easy calm Indlfterent a splen did figure of a man- CHAPTER XII TIlE MESSAGE To Will Law as he turned away from the prison Rate ui on tho errand assigned to him the vast and shaplesa shadows of the nightcovered city took the form of appalling monsters relent Icss remorseless avage of purpose He passed as or in some hideous dream along trroa hat wound and wound until lis iriiIISI ditnro an direction It rirV hiven an hIT ITunI s rt 711 K uClan ITO hours and the clock might have registered after midnight when at last 10 discovered himself In front of the dart gray mass of stone which the chairmen assured him was Ills destination It was with trepidation that he stepped to the halfMghtod door and fumbled for the lnaeker The door slowly swung open and he was con fronted by the portly presence of a lackey who stood In silence waiting for his word CatharineIiio srn IJmcnTis impor lance I mate no doubt For It va to tho lady Calhirlna that John Law land flrat turned IIU heart craved one mere sight of the face 10 beloved ono more rom front the voice which so lVo bad thrUJcd ills caul Away from there an that was the prison for him these were the Lara which to him seemed imperatively nsodftl to be broken Aid le did rot think of nit log Only across London in the night he had coat the cry of hU heart Come to IDC The Lady Catharine Is not In at this hour oats the butler with some ni perity cloeins the door again In part But Us important I doubt If twill tear the clay of a nlht Indeed Will Law had hitherto hardly paused to reflect how unusual was this incs sane front such a person to such ad dress and at such an hour The huller hesitated and so did the unbidden guest at the door Neither heart at first the light rustle of gar ments at the head of the stair nor saw the face tent over the balustrade In the shadows of the hall What Is It James asked a voles from above A message for the Lady Catharine replied the rcrvant Said to be Important What should I do Laxly Catharine Knollya Is sway said the soft voice at Mary Connynge speaking from the stair Her voice came nearer as she now descended and appeared at the first landing We may crave your pardon sir said she that we receive you so 111 hut the hour Is very late Lady Cath arlne Is away and Sir Charles Is forth also as usual at this time I am left proxy for ray entertainers and per Itaps I ma 7 incite you In this caso Therefore rray step within Sir I nm in some hesitation said Mary Coirayngc There Is Indeed none In the house oKccpt the servants You say your reemgo Is of Impor tan Cit has hidccd taiiortanco teapond ed Will It COM from my brother four luwthJit Jdr Law r From my brother John Law lie I a In trouble I message will set all 1lnlnIIn that cue her voice cool b1weltmessage In Lady Catharines absence You say your brother Is In trouble i The glri tore upon the Inclovure She i saw but three word written boldly firmly addressed to no ono and signed by no one Conic to me Thus spoke the message This was the summons that had crossed black London town that night Mary Connynpn rose quickly to her feet forgetting tor the time the mir who stood before her The Instant demanded nil tho resources ot her soul She fought to remain mistress of her self A moment and site passed Will Law with swift foot and gained again the stairway in the hall tho letter still fast within liar hand Will Law had not tlmo to ask its contents There Is need ot haste said she James have up the calash at once Mr Law I crave your excuse for n tune In a moment I shall be ready to go with you In two minutes she was sobbing alone her face down upon the bed In five site was at the door droned cloaked smiling sweetly and ready for the journey And thus It was that ol two women who loved John Law that one fared on to MO him for whom he tail not sent CHAPTEn XIIL- lIUSONFBS They passed through tho heavy gates down a narrow and heavyaired passage and finally Into n naked room It was hero In such somber surround lags that Mary Connynge saw again the roan whose Image hid been graven on her heart ocr since that morn at Sadlers Weis How her hesrt coveted lin how her blood leafed for him ihco things the Mary Connyngos of the world can tell they who own the prlncval heart of womankind When John Law himself at length encrtd the room he stepped forward at Cm confidently eagerly though- witheurptise upon Ms taco Then viih a sadden hesitation ho looked slirrply at the Ognre which he saw VAiIiing him in the dingy room till rvU came sharp and ended In n j gii For a half moment his face Vvifcjd hit brow showed question and i ioy nie Yet rapidly alter his fault i 1 to mattered himself Will said 19 calmly to his brother kindly sak tho coachman to valt for this lady He stood for a moment gating after the form pf his brother as it leap peared In the outer shadows Madam said John Law In deep and vibrant tone you will pardon me if I say that It gives me surprise to see you here Yes I have come said the girl not loyally You bring perhaps some mea ae 1I brought a message It Is from the Lady Catharine I MIme from the Lady Catherine said Mary Coanynge slowly but I bring no message from her of the sort which perhaps you wKIied It was x desperate reckless IIs a lie almost certain of detection yet It was the cnly resource of the moment and a moment later It was too late to recall One lie must now follow another and all must make a deadly coll Madam I am sorry w lI John law quietly yet his face twitched iharply at the Impact nf those cut ting words Did you know of my letter to her Am luot here said Mary Con nyn e- Tre and I thanl you deeply Dm I how why pray you understand that I would be set right I would not un jergo more than is necessary Wilt I vou not explsla There It but little to explain 111 tie though it may moan much It must be prlrate Your brotherlie- must never uow Promise me not t tbsThe to ice I doubt not my dear lady std John LAW I trust I may keep my counsel In n matter which comes so close to run Yes truly replied Mars Coonyngc if you had set your heart upon n kindly answer What You moan then that she Do you promise I promise he cried And now tell mo what answer had the Lady Catharine Knolys Sho declined to answer said Mary Connyngo slowly and evenly De clined to come She said that she waa 111 enough pleased to hoar of your brawling Said that sho doubted not tho law would punish you nor doubted that the law was just John Law half whirled upon his lice smote his hands together and laughed loud and bitterly Madam said he I had never thought to say It to a woman but In very Justice I must tell you that i- Lea quite through this shallow false hood Sir said Mary Connyngo her hands clutching at tho arm of her chair this Is unusual speed to a lady But your story taadam IK most unusualTell me then why should I bo here burst out thr girl What Is It to mo Why should I care What the Lady Catharine says or does Why should I risk my oyn name to come of this errand In the night Now let mo pass for I shall leave you Tho swift Jealous rage of Mury ronnyngo was unprcmcdlatcd yet nothing had better served her real purpose Tho stubborn nature of Law was over ready for a challenge Ho tvught her arm and placed her not unkindly upon the chair Iy heaven I half believe what you ray ls truo said ho as though to himself Yet set just eWtvac Mir UU idd In tne IlllshtnI must message bo bo I did since It no fell out But you did not road the real mls sage 1 asked no ail of any one fat my escape I but asked her to IJml hi steer truth I wished but to r Irr And IT what right could you ex peel the tisltMl hrr as my afllane d wlfV rnpllcix ht Law Mary Cximynao stood an itirh tulle cs sits sprang to her feet In mullfj scorn and bitterness Your affianced wife cries she What So Soon Oh rare indvc most by my opinion of this Lad Catharine It was never r way to wast m- In a Journey said Jotn law cooli Your wife your nliliuceil wife As I salt Yet crIed Mary Connynse b t terly and again unconsciously end Sh sheer auger falling upon that cots which best served her purpose Ab4 what innnnur of nmallcell wife la l would forsake her lover at the first breath nf trouble My God tie then it seems to me a woman would most swiftly fy to the man sho loved John Law turned slowly toward hir his eyes scanning her dosey from top tn tot noting tho heaving of her Itwom the simrkllnic of her goldcol ored eye now darkened and halt rwiJj U dlolve In tears Ho stood n though he were a judge wolshln tin f llenre before him calmly ditai innately Would you do to much ai that Mary Connynge asked John Law I sir she replied Then why are I lucre tonight myself But Gal pit mo what have I said There I 9 noth ni bt misfortune in all my Wr I It was on1 reMlious unsubli l ni lure eptallng to snottier anti f ti two each was now having Its ow her fuffcrlnp I be instant of daub IN th tne of tlanwr Then comes rn i sior bitterness despairfolly Jol at tied a stp nearer By Cod madam crlcl II r 5nttd I might blte you i I might Irlkve tint you tl iU women would tome to mo it hn time Hut tell meaod I r r my message was not adlr i 1T I- fOHn unsigned whom lh n inv I Mast If this woman scorns n- at i such a tine tell me whom iiii t bold faithful Who would m i n f- At AUY time if coy tae In my in i Suppose my Riossaxa were to oa Mary Ccnnync stirred softly under her deep cloak Hw tread wits lift I fliKhtly the ctre of cheek antieln showing In th1 light that fell from the little lamp The muses of her Carl hair lay plied about her face tumlltsl by the sweeping ot her hood lire ayes showed tremulously soft and drrj now u the looked into them Her U tic panda half twitched a trifle film her lap sad reached forwanl and ui kardr lYlmltlvo she might have b r i wicked he was sinfully sweet mfr yet she was woman It was with the intro rf tears that she poe If on might calm orallzatlon for he1 speech lave I not come whispered ht- Hy God Mary Connynge yes you have come cried raw And thong thore was heartbreak In his voice h rounded sweet to the oar of tier whc heard It and who now reached up bet arms about hN nock Ah John Law said Mary Con nynse vhcn a woman loves when a woman loves she stops at nothing ITo lie Continued J SHEEP OR SWINE I The Parsee lvua Itrnily Co Id form lllii ling llPKiirillr of linrnpo Cliarnclrr An example of the humor of t Puritan Tln In New Unjland comes frtm old Ni bLty n town which war I Inorporatc to long arC as 1C3V A I though it was altaid rommunllj rather then a frivolous roe there trot Cornopanon an caublUhcd town jet vhli was repeated in tara meeting will unimpaired relish ci often as its Io a ofltecrs were to be elected Tits lowest office In tho gift of the people being that of town hogpnvc the person whose duty it is to herd nail Impound stray hogsthey had made r the custom to elect to that unonvlabl Iio ltlon the latest married resident rl the place rot or unlit willing or tin mine Oncethere musf have been an PJ peclal spirit nf audacity rife at tows meeting on that occasion the over went EO far as lo olct Rev Dr L son ard Withlngton then newly setllei over the parish and a commlltoe act lag In a spirit of mirth yet perhaps with a dash nf inward trepidation war sont to notify him of tho honor whir of course It was expected lie would net accept Hosrecvc he repeated though fully It Is true I came to this pbr expecting to act as shepherd of a flo r but If my sheep have changed thIl character I see In that no reason U decline the task The reverend shepherd led Arm and exhorted his flock In tho way tftj should go for tho rest of his llfetlrVi with notable SUIij iiu nil niiouicli I dont understand your mettoj nt all said Miss Obesity somewhat irately to tho professor of phyalciU culture I havo Just been talking lo MIsa Skinny Bones and she says that your Oiivlco to her Is exercise and diet Now you have told me that diet ntd oxorclEo Is what I need How can you possibly hope to accomplish such diJV parent ends with tbo same meanal1 Simplest thing In tree work nadam answered the professor Vour cases are exactly lovorsed A mere reversion nf + ho raedlclcea Is all that u necessary Detroit Free Press DR V H HOBSON as Dentist iKyKtotorl Wakoful Chlldron For a long limo tho two year old child of Mr P L McPherson 59 N Tenth St Harrisburg Pa would sloop but two or three hours in tho Inadelbmother concluded that tho child had stomach trouble and gave her half of one of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets which quieted her stomach and she slept tho whole night through Two bozos ot these Tablets have effected a permanent cure and she is now well and strong For salts by S E1tolch Jr UT p 1 ToutPatw4yr OppU- rPr1PstsntOCcowstelnpten Moro Riots Disturbance of strike are not near ly es grave as an individual disorder of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be follow ed by utter collapse unless a reliable remedy is immediately employed There is nothing BO efficient to cure disorders of tho Liver or Kidneys as Electric Bittern Its a wonderful tonic and effective nervine and the greatest all around medicine for run down systems It dispels Nervousness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only roc and satisfaction guaranteed by the East End Drug Co Druggists r J I if Good Investment For 81n 1 Illnt llrparoryTelesrph itructlaot for Icarnlof TELlmUAPII OPLItATIN GIA trlnatlna study that wilt enable yon good wase- seendformy TletrsphCatatnewhich tiuquits- avrietynf JtrlralllJWCIAUIp or the uk 1IIrl will send a Tclfpuoua OUlog f HERMAN C TAFEL tVtFITTHINO IltCTMICtt tHtviJitftr PMOXIOI louovini Kr d h It snvod his log P A Danforth of LaGrango Ga suffered for six mouths with a fright ful running sore on hill leg but writes that Bucklons Arnica Salvo wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its tho best salvo in i tho world Cure guaranteed Only 25c Sold by East End Drug Co i REPAIR THAT LOOM- i t Berea College has secured mark i for homespun and homewoven good such as bed coverlids linen dreti limey jeans blankets etc at follow- Ing prlco- Corerlidfl S 4 to 96 Linen 40 to Mt cents a yard Dress Linsey CO cents yardIa White llnscy and whit blankets are not In demand only on ordsrs Poverllds must be 2 yard 72 Inches wide and 2h yards 00 Inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman wbo wants lose coyer lids or homespun to Berea College CollegewansI spin For Information apply in per ion or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham BJII Ity I Mr J M Allan 109 E Jacob Street Louisville ICy BSU My wire has for sane titnn boon troubled with rough hands imuti totter After using about onohalf bottle of Pnracamph the troublo has disappeared much to her satisfaction I used it also on my sore foot tender from much walking and it gOO mo grant relief Paracatnph makes the skin sort smooth Dud healthy l 1 Is your harness 1w In good repairIISpring plowing will soon be here Got ready for it beforehand by put ting your harness in good shape from our splendid Hoe of Collar Feels Collars I Back Bands Bridles llama Chains Breeching Trace Chains Humes etc If you need a Now Sot of Harness 1 wo have the best Our prices ate ex t tremely low when you consider the qualityT J MOBERLY IIaln Street ltiebmon1 Kj IDo You Want StronGth If you want to increase pour strength you must odd to and not take from tho physical In other words the food that you eat must bo digested assimilated and appropriated by the nerves blood and tissues boforo being expelled front the intestines Kodol DysM p ia Curo adds to tho physical It gives strength to and bullets up strength In tho human system It is pleasant to tho tasto and palatable and tho only combination of digest anU that will digest tho root and en able the system to approprialo all of its health and Btwngth giving quail tiM Sold by the East End Drug Co u MONUMENTS j Br ltdstons Ititutff Orssttnd HtrbUI IWOlli of all kinds done in a meaner at rea sonable prices and with I dispatch Allwork Cuar- aDteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky t r Cn r el Mtlo Dd Colllni StiMU Mothors Llstonll Protect your babies from that dreaded disease Croup by applying iaracamph freely and giving ton to fifteen drops internally Iaracamph in safe and sure It does not contain any Cocaine Opium or Chloroform It is mothers remedy and should bo In overy homo every day in the year Ask S E Welch Jr Druggist Tis the Comfort Line FREERECLINING CHAIR CARS On the popular HENDERSONROUTE BetweenLOUISVILLE EVANSVILLEST I The WEST And I SOUTHWESTAs tors of T Free Reclining Chair Car service between Louisville and St Louis dont you think it would pay you in traveling to Got Hen derson Route habltfU- will ua Ask us about ittL J Irwin Gsnl Pass Aft Oso L Osrrett Tray Psss Aft LOUISVILLE KY r I THE CITIZEN JI IIl1t111i1lllltt111111t The Home J JENNIE LUSTER HILL Editor WMMHHHHMHHHMH RENOVATING FEATHERS cUlhlfnr frnn n renovating OHlablihmmit 1IIIto empty tilt feathers into n wnxli Ixiiler of strong suds with half n cup of washing soda dissolvix in it Lot till feathers hallor two or throe flours fre inontly stirring anil tent l ing them with tho clothes stick Tho object of thin in to froo thorn from any Biiimnl matter that may ronmin and which ill tho CIIIINC of tho disagreeable odor often observed in these aril clew Whoii done throw in sufficont cold wator to admit taking out tho feathers with tho hands pick them out n frw at a time carefully remov big any quill that lomnin Ordinary feathers by carefully taking out tho larger quills may ho mndn almost ns andj1omit UIHIII with thin shams or sharp knife Tim former In munch thin quick er way but tho Inter gives tho Hotter material Leave only tho merest tip of tho quill and the soft fluffy pillows that will Ira tho result nro enough to connote any woman for tho time COn HUniod Common chicken feathers niako the most exquisite cushions and pillowy if treated in thiH way but it ill well to wash thou thoroughly before using and to riuso carefully When ready for drying put a shad or largo cloth into a tub pour tho feathers rinsing water arch nil into it then slowly WIHO the cloth allowing the water to drain through When it all removed lay the fenthorn ia some dry place out of tho Will or they will blow n wny When nearly dry heat them with n cane nnd shako and rub thom thoroughly through the hands In this WilY all of the MUCH are loosened and the material becomes an soft and downy ns ono could imagine This la some trouble hat it pays and no this agreablo odor will over again role into feathers treated in this way tin loss they are very carolowtly used A few drops of oil of pino thrown into the rinsingwater will giro tho fonth ere n clean fresh delightful odor that can bo acquired in no other way oIIIIIIIIIIII +II1III+IIIIH The School WIRT WWSMOHB Editor tJOIlIfiHJHKHHHHtJIHlHHlHl SCHOOLING IN THE SPRING It thin oldfashioned notion that the timo to go to school is during two or three winter months Rut that lOrrICtIi to ho gained by attending school in tho spring In the first plus for lenchnrh this Is tho time to prepare to secure tho highest gmllof tenders certificate and fresh Impulse mid inspiration for teaching in the public schooln in tho summer In the ocoud place the general instruction received by our Normal clashes in the spring spreads throughout tho school BO that urea those who are not expecting to teach the coming summer receive largo benefit well Spring is the senttou for good health for outdoor exercise n time when tho College can provide more work for those who wish to earn a portion ol their expenses and a timo when many distinguished visitors nnd public events ndd to the pleasure and profit of student life A student who has boon in school during the winter can easily accomplish twico as in tho spring term ns ho did in IImucb A student who attends school but a single term almost nl ways receives greater benefit by at tending a fall or spring term than by n attending in tho winte- rIRESWn G FIIOST A Favorlto Romody for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Rem shy a favorito with tho mothers of small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any danger of pneumonia or other serious consequences It not only cures croup but when given as soon as tho I croupy cough appears will prevent the attack For sale by S E Welch Jr J +11111111 +11111111111 11 The Farm SILAS CUEEVBR MASON Editor IHHHHHH 111l1 BEDIA WAGON tcfnl For Cnrrrlnir Stuck and In Other Farm Work Koine of Ids ntlKhbors built a wagon for carrying sheep and hogs which pnived so convenient Unit a correspond ent given its dimensions and plan In New KiiKlanil Hoinesteud The frame for the Ixtl In 14 feet tong and 3 feet HI Inchen wide The sldepleces are 7 by 2 Inch stuff and the end pieces of WillON 1IKK 0 by J Inch allowing nn inch differ eats for tongue mid groove flooring There should be four crowpleces to cure the bottom of tiM bed Take an old buggy tire und have straps made with n hole In each end Five of these should be bolted on each Hide und two on such end Mhowii In cut Stand tints which ore to slip Into these are iniiilu of Iby 2 Inch stun 40 Inches bong For sluts get poplar tour Inches wide by tllrttlllIlIrhrllllieb thick Holt those to the standards tour Incite apart The tub railing in made extra strong by putting on nn extra strip which has a quarter loch groove A tenon should be cut In the top of each uprltsht to lit Into this The corners at the tub should be tic t with ordinary strap door fasten lug bent around till comer fastened ut sue end and with a staple over which to slip the other These can be held In pluce by small wooden wedges to Ut tile Maple Hy menus of this fctrup fnstcner nt the corner the sides and aids cats be quickly unfasteui 0 nnd taken off and the bottom cull then IH removed with earn The wagon will curry twenty sheep or bogs nt n loud have muse found It most useful In faun work Taking off the sides have a good bed for holding folder to halO and other thins Aside from your own labor It In very Inexpensive Inflammatory Rhoumatlsmwas Curod William Shatter a brakeman of Dennison Ohio wax confined to his beet for several weeks with intlnmma tory rheumatismtli used many remedies he says Finally I sent to McCaws drug store for u bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm at which tiuio I was unable to uso hand or foot amid in ono weeks time was able to go to work nfl happy as a clam For sale by S E Welch Jr THE MARKETS Flour and Grain Cincinnati March 1FlourWlnter patent 5200540 fancy 14750400 family 4100435 extra 3450375 low grade 30320 spring patent 5300565 fancy 4600490 family 4200450 Northwestern rye 380 Wheat No 2 red quotable at 109 0107 on track Corn Snlos Mixed cnr track 6Oao No 3 mlxe track 4Cc rejected white track 44c No3 yellow track 46c Data Sales No 2 mixed truck 44y4c Chicago March lWhtIlNo 2 red 10106 No3 do 10105No 2 hard 9597c No 3 do S6096c No1 Northern 98ct1021r No2 Northern 93c0l No 3 spring 90c0 1 CornNo3 4344c No 4 380 43c OatsNoe 42c No3 4iyc Live Stock Cincinnati March 1CattleIleaty steers choice to extra 4250475 fair to Rood 3650415 luitchor steers extra 4350450 Rood to choice 375 0425 heifers oxtra 4 good to choice 3400385 cows extra 350 0375 good to choice 2750340 Calves Pair to Rood light 56000 extra 625 Hogs Selected henvy shippers 5550560 good to choice packers 5450550 mixed packers 5250545 light shippers 4750525 pigs 110 Bra and less 4150460 SheepExtra 4400450 good to choice 3850435 LnmbsiExtra 6100625 good to choice 56506 Tho Namo Witch Hazel The name Witch Hazel is much abused E C Do Witt C Co Chicago are tho inventors of the original and only genuine Witch Hazel Salve A certain cure for Cuts Burns Bruises Eczema Tetter Piles etc There are many counterfeits of this salvo some of which are dangerous while they are all worthless In buying Witch Hazel Salvo see that the name E C DoWitt Co Chicago is on the box and a cure is certniu Sold by the East End Drug Co When truth Is disagreeable It Isnt tho fault of truth Warning When you ask a druggist for Para campb be sure you get it There Is nothing just as good Paracamph is guaranteed to cure Piles Eczema Totter Itch Salt rhoun etc Re member tho name Paracamph 25 cents Kentucky State News Items DOINGS IN THE LEGISLATURE Resolution to IrwMtlgaU Exp rlturM of Commissioner of Agriculture Frankfort March 2Senatein the senate Tuesday Senator Caxnmck of fered a resolution stating that the report of the state commissioner of agri culture ihowed there had been a reck less expenditure of tho money set apart for that office In the years 1902 oommltItee ndimenlcities the house bill regulating the sale of fertilizers the house bill to correct an error In the statute relating to licenses to hotels that operate bathS rooms Senator Spence Introduced a bill providing for a pension fund for crippled disabled or retired policemen In secondclass cities House Tho house passed the sen ate bill appropriating 3000 annually for additional clerical assistance In the auditors office The joint session of the senate and houso convened at noon and the following was the voto In the state librarians raco Miss Pauline II Hordln dem 101 Miss Iearl Hlndman rep 20 For prison commissioner Quo V Green dew 98 Henry S Howes rep 23 Sena tors Durham and Shadoan republic ans voted for Miss Hardln on tho ground of personal friendship SHINERS AND REVENUE MEN Unconfirmed Rumor That a Battle Raged Between Them Owlngsvllle Ky March 2An un confirmed rumor reached hero Tues day night that a battlo was waged Tuesday In thu mountains of Knott county between moonshiners and rev onus men According to the rumor William and John Haddix moonshine ers wore killed and Jack Combs moonshiner was fatally wounded The moonshiner wore said to be working In a cave when surprised by the revenue mon and resisted arrest One deputy marshal way reported killed The report has not yet been definitely confirmed GUY M DEANS LOCATED The Mining Man Is In Waco Tex In Good Health Tex March 2ouy M IWaco of Owenaboro Ky Is here In visiting relatives Mr Den politely declined to talk to re porters Tuesday night as It was late before they located him Ills absence has caused uneasiness to those of hla friends who did not know ho Intended visiting Texan hut explanations wholly satisfactory are said to havo boon sent by wire and moil Juror King Acquitted Cynthlona Ky March 2Attor bo lag out 20 minutes the jury in the case of ex Sheriff Jap King juror la tho JottWhlto loud trial who was ac cUlled of perjury returned a verdict of not guilty It was charged that King prior to tho trial had expressed opinions In tho case and that when examined for tho jury ho sworo otherwise Engineer Killed Two Others Hurt Princeton Ky March 2North bound Illinois Central passenger train No 104 was wrecked In tho yards Tuesday morning George Tagg en glnoor of Louisville was killed Fireman Jack Jones of Louisville escaped with bones broken and crush ed Conductor McKinney received tae tal Injuries The Legislators Dined Frankfort Ky March 2The cIU sons of Frankfort as a token of their appreciation of the state pride of the present legislature which prompted It to provide the funds for a new and modern state house gavo the legisla ture a dinner at the Capital hotel Tuesday night E D Thompson Rearrested Paducah Ky March 2 Released February 2 K D Thompson was roar rested In Marshall county and lodged In jail hero on the charge of passing counterfeit 20 bills an Issue on the First national bank at Mayfield New evidence has been found against him Shot His Wife Then Himself Richmond Ky March 2 William Turner a farmer who lives In Need more a settlement In the southern part of this county shot and fatally wounded his wife Tuesday and turned tho weapon on himself Ills wife la not expected to live His Case Haa Been Appealed Paducah Ky March 2Bela B threatened with lynching Lawrence D Willis under sentence for tho murder of his undo Lieut Johnson was brought hero and lodged In tho county jail for sato keeping Ills case has boon appealed Death of Joseph Rhlnock Sr Covlngton Ky March 2Josep1i Rhlnock father of exMayor Rhlnock passed away peacefully Tuesday morn Ing at tho St Elizabeth hospital aged 92 years Mr Rhlnock came to Amer- Ica when 15 years old locating In Ow on county An Aged Couple Marries Bowling Green Ky March 2John Allen Cole 82 years of ago and Mrs Nan Davis 75 years of age sister otI Mr Coles former wife were warded hero Both hallo greatgrandchildren The bride Is quite feeble FOR SALE FARM AND TIMBER LAND 130 Acres younfruitlog about 100 trees 40 acres in light timber good for firewoodetc Limestone water sullicient for two or three fami lies oil the year Small cottage and barn 50 acres commerical timber psti mated to produce about GO cords o tanbark and 4000 railroad croHstien or 200000 feet lumber All trfcts joining so as to make one complete farm- LOCATED on Mt Zion 6 milt southeast of Panola Railroad Station and 7 miles south wont of Irvine Estill KyFor call on J R Smith on tho farm For price and deed call on or ad dress W D Smith Box 204 Serca Ky Azbill Azbill Are headquarters for CORN HAY and FEED STUFF Of all kinds We are closing out a lot of china and tin ware also a lot of mens Pants and Hats for less than cost For lfiO you can get n nice tint and a pair of Pants Work Shirts from 20c to 3Ckj regular 30c and We shirts One AIIlo East of Borou on the lUg lull IMko un 0 THEDFORD9SBIAtltDRAU6lfJ THE GREAT lAMELY FBEBJON Thedfords lilack Dranght hay saved doctors Lulls more than sixty ears Fur the common fame constipationIntligestlon and fever bilious fness headaches and other like complaints no other medicine is necessary It invigorates and ulates the auriits tlilestion- stimulalcs action of purifies the blood arid the bowels of foullICCumulations It indigestionlrheumatic pains sidcachc back constipationdiarrhma colds nail headache Lvery druggist has Thedforda Black in cent iKickoges and in main moth size 8100 Never accept a substitute InaiEt on ChattanoogaMedicine BlackDraughtIs good for any and everything have a family twelve children and for four years have kept them on foot and heallhy wlih no doctor rut Black Draught A J GREEN Illewera U a Working Ovortlmo Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workersDr Kings New Lifo Pills Millions are always nt work night and day curing Indi gestion Biliousness Constipation Sick Headache nnd all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 2f c at East End Drug Co Berea Ky n Every subscriber to Tim CITIZEN will have nn oppor tunity to contest for these magnificent prizes if he wishes to participate in the Great Worlds Fair Contest in which these prizes are given Tho subject mntter of this great contest is the Total Paid Admissions during May tho first month of the Groat St Louis Worlds Fa- irConditions of this Great Contest OLD SUBSCItIHEItSFor each 25c paid on your subscription account to Tim CITIZEN you can make years Blank below mail Fair who contest 550th before opens Those good money correct Prizes guess 00000 the correct nearest correct guess For correct guess 50000 fifth correct 30000 nearest guess 20000 correct For the ninth correct 7600 correct 20 each next five correct estimates- or 1000 each the next correct 500 each next 145 each 1SO5 amounting to the the after 1st before 15th after 15th before let For on after 1st before 15lh 5000 Total May Be Weak Person in Four Has- a WeaK Heart Ono tho surest signs a weak heart shortness breath after exerolso heart not ablo pump tho blood last your lungs Some tho other symptonm Heart Trouble Pains tho Side Hack and Shoulder Weak Spells Dry Cough Swelling Feet and Ankles Cold Feet Hands No ono can afford allow a weak heart without medicine because weak heart means poor circulation and poor circulation means weak lungs liver kidneys etc therefore you suspect heart trouble begin taking Dr New Heart Cure Tho Heart Cure will you a tonic for the blood nerves and will revitalize your entire system Finally Mlles New Heart Cure sold under a that the first bottlo will you good your money back I was amictcd with heart trouble for three years I would apparently right and without a moments warning would fall though shot attacks were posdwhere nor under what conditions I nttacked whether I would survive them I consulted and was 1 treated by some tile most the state Not eminentftakingDrImprovA once I used ten bottles which entirely cured I have not yearsMISJOAN FREEWrite for Free Miles Anti Remedyforwill your caste toll you what wrong right orel DIl MILES CO LABORATORIES ELK1IAIIT IND 4 J J AZBILLS Is the place Ret your Blacksmith ing done We have tho tools and the 60c We headquarters for work and low Everybody come Bio HILL PIKE EAST BEREA OUR WORLDS FAIR CONTEST 1 IN 3 one free estimate If you pay fclOO account you make four free guesses if 200 eight free guwHPS and NEW sending 25c for a three mouths can make one estimate free Those sending f0c for a mouths free guesses 100 for a year guesses 200 for guesses and Write your name address and estimates in the and today to Tile CITIZEN record of the of the Worlds Fair showing the total paid during May the first of the will determine are entitled to the prizes and the awards will bo made by a disinter ested committee of judges during the first week in Juno As this will close on April the day tho Fair all will have an equal chance to win those who estimate guess NOW will have a chance to win n Special Prize and just n chance to win the Capital Prize of 500000- as the one who guesses theJR8t day of the contest The to pay the prizes is in the Central Savings Bank Detroit by tho Press aU can used for no purpose In case of a tie that two or more estimators are equally prizes will bo divided equally betweeu them is the List of For the nearest correct estimate or ff For second nearest estimate or 50000guessFor the or lCOOOO the fourth estimate or For tho nearest estimate or guess For the sixth correct estimate or For tho seventh noarest estimate or guess 15000 For the eighth nearest correct estimate or guess 10000 nearest estimate or guess For the tenth nearest correct estimate or guess 6000 For the next five nearest estimates or guesses 10000 For the nearest guesses fiOoo For 28 nearest estimates or gueases HOOO For the nearest correct estimates or guesses 300 00 493 prizes to 1150000 In addition tho prizes there will bo Prizes for Early For nearest correct estimate received on or March and March 550000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or March and April 50000 the nearest correct estimate received April and April 490 prizes to 1300000 YourHe rt One of of Is of Your Is to enough to of of nre In Fainting or of or to to go stomach If Mlles do good as It Is splendid and remember Dr Is guarantee do If It doesnt be all ns The would be and of physicians of to at ns to us Trial of Dr Specialist diagnose Is nndhow to MEDICAL to skillHorseshoeing are good prices 1 MILE S13SOOO 496 CASH PRIZES 1st prize 5000 2d prize 2500 3d prize 1000 SPECIAL PRIZES 500 Each for Early Estimates oliyour can on SUBSVUIltERSNew subscribers subscription subscription 2 1 2 8 so on Subscription KyTho Secretary attendance mouth prominent prizes or as on deposited Michigan Publishing Association other or Here nearest foregoing following Special Estimates or amounting me VALUABLE INFORMATIONe To aid in forming your estimates we furnish tho following figures The total paid admissions during May the first month of the Chicago Worlds Fair were 1050037 The total paid admissions during May the first month of the Buffalo PanAmerican Exposition wero 39J130 Be careful to write your name figures and P 0 plainly Cut out fill in mail today to The Citizen Berea Ky SUBSCRIPTION BLANK Inclosed find to apply ou Subscription ncot Name PcstoUice State My estimates of the total number of paid admis sions to the Worlds Fair during the month of May are r The Citizen Att IHDEFENDEKT FAMILY NEWSUM IoblUheJ vvcry Thnrsdty at Bert Ky JAMES M RACER Editor and FublUhcr wmscniiTioN UATKS- rATAULI IN ADVANCR E- tloAinThree uiontbt money Iontofflre Monty Order Ex Money Order Check Itrali Jleshtcm Letter or one and two cent etemp s The Dale titer your name bear s to what late our subKrlptlon pall It II It not ib nte l within three reek ftrt wncliug us nonry notify ut fjnbertlei vlthlng TilE CRWFN topped nun notify ui al the niherwlehwerihallicrlptlon vtyinr all arruf rcntlder that they with It continued Notify ui i t nneeol chlnnln our ad tresglvlug bath old aud new aMrtntt- Mlulnc Number due to wrapper coming off In the mulls or otherwl e will sup piled If we are notified Aj11I1a Wanted In every locality Write for terms Anyone tending lie four new nearly ub cdpIIotu receive Tux CniiEK free for oeyear BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Tnt OLD SPEED- WELLButcher Shop MEATS Tender and Juicy The Famous Jellico COAL at wholesale or retail BOARDING by the week day or meal R D MASSIE Prop Main Street Berea Ky THOSE No 20 GROCERIES CANDIES J FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Lunch counter- Agent for Langdon Bread Your patronage IP solicited T R IPETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Ky ST CHARLES HOTEL IiSew Furnishings in every room All service firstclass Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop ItCouI FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS in Bulk or in Cans CELERY CRANBERRIES ETC Always on hand at TzLxr1loxa JOES XoM Joes Corner Richmond Ky DR M E JONES t Dentist c OdiceOver Printing office BEUEA Kr Office Days Wednesday to end of the week A J THOMSON GROCERIES AD NOTIONS Fruits and vegetables a specialty orrostTE BCRSJETTES JJILL Berea Ky Miller House Newly fitted up Meals nod Board and Lodging ut popular prices Next door to Joes R G Engle Prop stain St Richmond Ky Williams is better prepar ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Cleaning and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Main Street Berea Ky The Citizen 1 a year 6 mos 60c 1 TWO TREES Trireus tarrcljr jrrnn lsHta Mo0- 4Jhr only company the wMtfrlnc wind And oft she toad Ilu creen Vouch toward the wood And dreamed that HeaVtn was fellow tship of kind One happy day the tolltary one Awoke to had a little palm tree near Whore waving leaves Were ebbing In the pun- Rhose stately grace that moment made It dear Through months and yean the tIngrew unafraid And for the palm trees need the other save The shelter of her boughs their film haile The storms they faced as comrades true and brave Together drank the sunlight and the dew And ever when the twilight winds did blow They whispered each to other all they knew Of life and love and waxed In btuty so The gardener came their mingled leave ke taw Too wellbeloved the young tree and ttralght Lest nil unmindful of Its Inner law The palm be dwarfed he moved it from Its mate Again the nlgnroba Ii atone The pangs of parting still are unforgot Hut love sings song of joy In place of moon For she can tee though far his glorloui lot O only one dost sorely mis thy friend Itnyal his state shall see when life doth end Too close thy love did cling about him to Oed took him for his pool had need to grow =Edith Eddy Lyons In Chicago Advance HOW THE SERGEANT FELL IN LOVE By F H MELOON CttpjrlcbtIMIt7 Deny Story rut b SERGEANT JAMES BIIY POLICE the humorous twinkle of tbe ancient OBriens In his eye sat fac- Ing me In a restaurant stall- I was younger once than I am now remarked the sergeant suddenly This was a truth I could not deny though anyone who saw the sergeant at 65 would have placed his age a score of years behind what It really was With a half laugh the sergeant who never hesitated at telling a story on himself proceededThe when I first got accustomed to life on the force were full of fun and frolic Some hardship of course but for the most part I was about as lighthearted a chap as could be picked out In any county in New Hampshire I was the same sort of fool that many a young man had been before me and has been since and when I looked up to the sec Essexidown at me my heart went faster than ever and I walked giddily for a quarter of a mile thereafter I should have stopped stock still right on the spot but as soon as I caught a glimpse of her blackbrown hair combed up In a great wave over her forehead and saw her pret ty lips part In one of the most taking smiles of pearl Ive ever seen the vision vanished behind a curtain and I saw It no more for three or four days In the meantime I wore my back col lar stud In front mixed up my cuff but tons went without my suppers and all that sort of thing trying to get off to catch another glimpse of Blanche I had learned her name within an hour of the time I first saw her looking down at me and learned too that she lived alone with her mother in the upper part of the tenement As pretty as a picture didnt express anything in speaking of her unless you added that it was a picture one of the old masters sir But sir if you could see her today aa she was then you would understand AB it is I can hardly tell you any more chow she looked to me and not to me alone sir but to others as well who gazed upon her in the old days In the next week I passed her on the street two or three times and she did not so much as deign to glance at me I began to think I must have been mistaken In believing I was the object of her smile the week before But one night as she was walking home unescort ed Blanche Stirling was accosted by a halfdrunken fellow In an Instant as It were I had him by the collar and he was thrown into the street with no gentle band I can be tolerable rough at times sir And Sergeant Bryan smiled as he bent his right arm In the manner pecu liar to youngsters who show off their muscle Then came another of those entranc ing smiles and I tell you slr1 actually felt faint all over Just the way Elijah must have felt when they lifted him up to heaven in a golden chariot Branche thanked rae very prettily and invited me to call at the house theJol lowing day if I were off duty in order to allow her mother the opportunity thanking me more fully You maybe lieve that I accepted the invitation with an eagerness that she saw was too real to be assumedThe who wouldnt have yielded to that Invitation under the same circum stances would have had to have a harder heart than the folks In Seabury of wham tis current rumor that they stone the funerals that pass their doors so that In that place no undertaker can be hired to use an Ordinary sort of hearse sir The next day the Widow Stirling re celved jrae pleasantly and I might say al most overwhelmed me with her effusive thanks for what I had done for her daughter which was a mereuotblng sir and all In the way of my duty as an offi cer not to add as A man sir The days passed on and I metDlanche frequently going with her to theaters and dances and such like and ell the while getting deeper and deeper in Jove calf love mind you for Id never loved beforeand I felt just like a rat lava feather mattress that cant tell where be at till nei come out or It sir One night when I passed the house and saw Ned Remlch in the sluing root beside Blanche I grew nearly frantic with jealousy had not counted on a rival and the appearance of Ned on the street after that always acted on me like a red rag on a goose sir Dont look IU If Id made a slip I use the word advisedly sir Ned I can say now was a good look ing fellow with black curly hair cut so that It seemed as If he had a cap on when his hat was off if you came up behind him The next time youre back of an orchestra see il you cant pick out some fellow that looks like that air At that time I would have told you Ned Hemlch looked like a peach orchard out of cultivation but naturally I see things clearer now Ned was really a good looking fellow and a good hearted one too as Ive found out many times since then Between Ned and me the rivalry for Branche Stirlings heart waged fast and furious We hardly spoke to each other although we hall been pssslng acquaint ances before Blanche never invited us both to the house the same evening and so a direct clash was avoided Every time I called the Widow Stirl Ing sat there as calm and collected as you please with a pleasant nod for mo always and an occasional word ortwoin the conversation She neverleft us alone In the room and gave me no chance to speak to Blanche on the subject of which my head and heart were full I paid both the ladles all sorts of pretty compliments I could think of but that wai about the limit Several times when Blanche and I were out together at social affairs without the chaperonage of her mother I had started to ask her for her hand but she had always stopped me one wayor another before I could make a direct avowal of my love Usually she pretended petulancy and If that ape peared about to fall tears Against the latter I was powerless She explained the tears by nervousness and hysteria to which she was liable Ned Hemlch and I used to glare at each other as youve seen bulldogs do across the street when some ones hold- Ing them from each other It was Blanche Stirling that held us back while at the same time she unknowingly Incited us to commit a serious breach of the peachWhen my passion had about reached Its height I found another chance to dis tinguish myself In the eyes of the Stirling household Passing the house late at night I was astounded to see a man trying to fit a key at the front door I hadnt heard from Blanche for two days but 1 knew she was at home The man acted as bold as might beand I whispered to myself Theres a pretty case of sneak thievingthat dont go on my beat With that I up and grabbed him lIe started to yoU but I put my handover his mouth I wasnt going to let him arouse the Stlrllngs at that hour of the night The man fought and struggled but when he tried to enter into explana tions I was feeling that savage I hit him with my club until at least he had to come along q6jetly At the station J booked him as drunk and what with the clubbing Id given him he acted It too I didnt want to be hard on the poor devil after the way Id beaten him and I judged that hed think himself lucky to be let off with a charge of drunkeness after what hed been attempting to do The next morning when I went down to the station there was a good sized drama waiting for me The central fig ures were the Widow Stirling and her pretty daughter Blanche As I entered their backs were toward me and my prisoner was just being led out of the cellBlanches arms were around his neck in an Instant and she was saying something I didnt understand I was thunderstruck At last they broke away and she looking toward me gave a sudden startYour father Miss I asked No my husband was the reply You could have knocked me down with a chunk of fog I was that weak The floor Beamed to open under me and I rubbed my eyes to see If I couldnttvake up It was no go I coughed violently and went into a side room to get a drink of water to clear my throat When I came back the Stlrllngs were gone And I was called on for explana tions which I gave The captain of the night watch laughed heartily and long until tears came to his eyes I looked on but saw nothing to laugh about How got out of it I dont know but I was the recipient of many a rude jest for a week or so until I threatened to kill on sight anyone that said Blanche Stirling in my presence- It seems that Jier husband had arrived the day before and was coming in late that night when I mistooK him for a burglar Ned Hemlch was almost as bad oft as J was but the matter soon grew quieter as the Stlrllngs loft town before many days on account of the notoriety theyd gained and Wero not heard of again by me at least Pulling out his watch the sergeant exclaimed that we had but five min utes in which to reach the theater and we rose hastily paid our bills and went to watch Rosalind In her Dr Vary Wal ker suit work out the tangle of a clever skein Slicked LJf save Dote A story comes from the Wichita mountains In which It Is stated that John Jackson a homesteader leaped Into a den of panthers where one of his faithful dogs was being torn to pieren to save his pet dog from death The dog was killed though Jackson badly Wounded succeeded in stabbing to the heart two of the old panthers and then made his escape from the den German In Urn About 5000 of tho 240000 Inhabitants ot Sao Paulo Brazil are Germans Unlike the Italians who go back to their native country after earning a competence the Germans make Brazil their Permanent home and help to pay the tAxes THE SUNDAY SCHOOL tiemon In the Intornnllonnl eel fur Mnrrh U IIMII Jrtui Cnlm the storm Till IKSSON TEXT stunt JiU faUn 1l1iNTllr niuUrtli the Monti n mint no thnl the MUtm thereof nrt stillI UlTtUt OrrUNE OF HCUUTfUli SECTION Itulilnc of Wlilovi Son tuke 71117 John the lla UiriMt iiiMutt l1nJohn the llnpllsts Me ugeIuke 71835 Jeaj Anointed by a Woman Iuke 75CM Second 1rrnrlilng rourLuke 811 lieu lug IlllnJ ana Dumb Man Mutt lSK37 hvribrs and Ilmrlsceii Wiirntd AUlt 12515- Jeua True FltldredMatt174040Je- sua True Indred1ark S3l Jeiua True KlnllrdLulu BIV n JuriibUN by the Seatall 1J1U Ianib by the aallIrloo 41 J4 Iuralu by the Sealukt kMi Htiliihe of rfmptII kI3T- Sllllni of Tempestaurk 454lb SUMnn of Tcmpeit Luke lUIITht Salt of A U 2 tart ol Tae Ycur or 1ubllc Favor 1lACU The tea of UnllU- NOTUS AND COMMENTS Mark 435 3G On that day A day of teaching ou the lake shore duo scribed lu tho first part of this chap ter It was the day on which Ho hail spoken the parables of the sowur the lamp the wheat and the tares the leaven and other parables of the nature of the kingdom and how It should grow When even was come It was at the close of a long hard day Jesus was too sensitive tenderheart cd and sympathetic to reach the close of such a day without being thoroughly tired there was the speaking to the crowdnot altogether sympathetic and the listening to the stories nf the poor and friendless who always thronged to 111m the healing of many who were sick and the constant sight of degradation sin aud suffering Ills mil was not an easy one even at the height of Ills popularity Let us RC over unto the other Hide To get away from the crowds when lie was with thrm Ho could not rest and HU hUe tuna endurance had been taxed to the ulinont flu must have rest and quiet And time to think and pray In order to be ready for another day of son ice Vs 37 SS A great storm ol wind Small lakes especially If they are surrounded by high hills are always subject to sudden squalls Tho Sea of Galilee lay at the bottom of very deep valley 680 feet below the level of the Mediterranean sea The rugged hills that rise tibmptiy on both sides of the little hale arc broken by huge gorges through which the wind sweeps down In whirls and eddies upon the water Tho tropical heat of the valley partly accounts for the sudden ness and fury of these storms The waves heat Into the boat It In hard er for a boat to live In a sea of choppy whitecapped wavrn on a little lake than on the ruountalrous swells of tho nurnIlhllermen and Knew every inch of the lake from years of life upon It but the boat was not largo sad was hearhy loaded and could not afford to ship much water In the stern asleep on the cushion Mark awes not say on a cushion but on time nihhlnn ho naming a part of Ue ship perhaps III small deck itcrojs tho stern on which the steersman sat but certainly no soft pillow Ttnt Jesus could sleep In such a place and under such circumstances shows how utterly weary He must have bum They awake Him and any unto Him etc They were fishermen and their home was on tho sea hut they wore helpless in such a Mann ns bin anti thorough ly frightenedand fishermen aro not quirk to admit that thoy are fright ened Carint Thou not that we parish An appeal with a touch of re proach In It Vie 3941 Marks account of the stilling of the storm Is most Impressive In its simplicity The wind reared and there was a great cairn What silence is there that can compare with Ilhe silence that follows the raging The waves sink back like tired creatures grown drowsy after their madnessthat moaning Is In the word translated ceased there IK abso lute stillness on the water broken only by tho dlEtant mutterings of the flying storm There was n great calm This was the most Impressive oed awe Inspiring moment lu the lives nf the astounded disciples The words that broke the silence they could never tor Ret Why are ye fearful An It Ho worn surprised and disappointed that they had been afraid He would not lave wondered at a panic In some of tau other boats hut these worn litdisciples His closest friends Have yc not yet faith Not yetlow long would It takehow much would they have to see of Him to learn to trust Him perfectly Of course they did trust Him In a way and tIe knew that but It hurt Him to see that the trist was not complete They feared ex ceedingly fhey were awestricken never before had men seen what they had just seen and what did It mean Who was this who was Master of the elements themselves They realized that they hall not begun to fathom the mystery of His being What did nil mean they asked themselves and they probably never fully understood till after the resurrection Trout In Suit Practical Infidelity may go with a pro fessed fidelity- A mans faith may be known only by his faithfulness Gods responsibility begins where mans ability ends When a man denies God in his heart hr will den GunUlnltln his life You CAnnot expect God to honor your drafts when you refute Htm your de posits The cloud that hides God it often but the smoke from the tires of passion ID the beuru Hams Horn THE OUTCAST BABY A true Incident Upon a llltl pallet In the childrens ward phe The doctors wulchrtl her tenderly and the nurse night and day Iollcemen brought her cnrefully twnn Just two night before rhoy found her lying In the snow outside her fathers door And when we plcUed her up and saw that wound iiK n her head AVe thought said they that surely he wits tlylnit or was dead Her buck In Injured that M sun and one poor little arm And to wu brought the Infant here to save from lurlher hnrm Her parental Yei theyre lodged In Jail they both were drunk you know And so till hurl to say who gave the child that dreadful blow The nrlRhbors hoard u Kutlllnn sound and then they beard her cry And tome one oiwnrd wide the door and threw her out to die Taws one or other of the two but which we cannot tell So both are lexical In l rlun now sure they deserve It wet Their only rhlldT Well yen she was but all the nelRhborH think That such n deed theyd not have done mi lens twas through the drink She won a tender little babe of scarcely four years old Her wounded head was rippllne oer with guldJlut the little face and closed the sunken eye And doctors came and gently said The little one muK die The nuneM strove with tender care le route the tout within For never wont or cry was her since llril they brought her in At length she moved upon her couch and heaved a weary ltb And then n little sob they hear and next a babycry The doctor comet with tender words her aUI1KtUtt and shows the pictured page SilK IMIKS NOT SIJ1C1t 1r IMIN She doe not suffer any pain he says aimed In lean lIe has u little mall nt home of Joel such tender years And then they gently question her but tar too young to she To tell the story of her home In all Its mla cry She smiles Into thedortrfaceheaemst- o love him wen Hut dddy mute me try Is all the fAnt lips on tell And soon the weary ejvihls ctoie again she ii asleep Cut ah II is a number tar too heavy and too deep They gtntly chafe her tiny limb and bathe her fevered brow Hut while they strive to keep her here Heavens gales are opening now And irilylnK angels spread their wings and cleave the midnight sky And in their arms the outcast hobs goes to her home an high Thank nod for childrens hospital and for the loving care The skillful hands the tender hearts that little ont find there When laid upon their tiny beds the kind newt that given Mutt be to weary suffering babes a fore Unite sweet of Heaven D Ian In National Advocate REGULARS AND PERIODICS London Temperance Lender term with Medlrnl Aulhnrltr Tim I latter Is the lesser Kt II When the question of accepting a gift of 90 gallons of beer from a local brewer for the use of the London work house inmates on Christmas day came up before tho Ilrlghton guardians one member said a great medical authority hail declared that drinking regularly was bad for the health but to get drunk once a fortnight did good Mr Plnhorn the secretary of the London United Temperance council was there upon Interviewed on the subject I remember many years ago said Mr Plnhorn that finding me run down and In uncongenial surroundings my doctor advised me to go up to town and get dunk I need hardly say that I did not take the hint but I do say that If I had to choose between the man who soaks every day and the man who gets drunk once In a while and pays for It the next day I should unhesitatingly choose the latter Yes I have also heard that doctors can be found tu recommend a person to get drunk to get rid of a ball cold In other words the ddctor no doubt means that tho man will perspire freely In that way but there are a hundred other and better ways of getting rid of n coM The temperance man takes a pipinghot bath and goes to bed wrapped In a blanket Saloon Ilmllnllnn In irrnmnr Increase of alcoholism In Germany has led to a movement for the better control of the liquor trade It will require saloon keepers To keep for sale at all times food and nonIntoxicating drinks especially lemonade milk coffee and tea 2 That no liquor may be sold on credit and that the number of women attendants shrill be strictly limited to legitimate IMnJce DRUGTAKING AMONG AUTHORS Utldenre of HIP DeinornllBlnK and DrulrilltUr habit Konud lu Their AVrlllnu One Is astonished at the frequent antI unmistakable signs of spirit and drug addiction of popular authors Uncon nclounly these writers describe their own condition In the characters they portray and the theories and statements which the heroes and heroines are matte to express are the Inmost thoughts of the authors A recent popular novel manes tIle hero most brilliant and sagacious after using wine moderately True to life the supposed brilliant state nens are Jumbles of words and rhet rode which tho author clearly wrote while under the use of spirits Ho also Justifies Immoralities of conduct by childish excuses the personality of which reflects his own experience In another popular book the author Is clearly a drugtaker The vaguo dreamy illusionary style and manner of thought and conduct of the diame ter described Is clearly that of n mor phia or opiumtaker The uncertain ties and the alternately confused tend dogmatic thoughts are marked charac teristics The writer IIOIKH by Invest ing Ills subjects In mysticism and lead Ing them through an Irregular unuiuM line of conduct to produce a book out of thin common order In reality he revealed his secret drugtaking and his own vague uncertain mentality Much of this work wits written while under the Influence of drugs Probably the cocainetaker stamps his habits more vividly In his writing than the alcoholic or other dntg alters Several very popular books proved the rivalnlsm of the authors TbtallY tow of words and Ideas like a quiet stream of water progresses noiselessly without Jar or change One thought suggests another and one situation is followed by many others equally lint matic and each Is described without purpose or plan Through It nil run snatches of poetry rhetoric ftguri of speech and sonorous adjectives The characters art moved up and down the stage In a hazy twilight nf words with out plan or purpose and dlsapi nr to snake way for others equally mysticit Other stories give evidence of hnvlaic been written In a coffee or tea dt ltrnm The assertiveness of the characters their brusque entrance and exit their prurulre of great things which only fade away Into uncertainties show this conditionIn drug nnd spirittaker the childish efforts of the authors to conceal their personality and habits of life make more prominent their condition In the tea and coffee drinkers there ii state of mind nt the time of the writ- Ing It Is assumed that the mind is perfect and Intact In some of the books written by these persons there has been evident n well thought out plan the execution of which has hens- adly marred by the attempt to force the brain by tea or coffer No clear consecutive hralnwork ran over be done under the Influence of spirits drugs tea or coffer A tired warnout man or woman attempts to do literary work under the Influence of these nnrcotlcg and fails The critical student finds unmistakable evidence nf the failure In the abnormal state ol tho authors mind The vagaries of lit erature nnd time number of strange sto rice anti theorleft advocated are ex plained In many Instances by the drug psychoses or disordered minds of the authorsThis most interesting study will tonish and surprli time render nt It mi veils tho personality habits of fits and thoughts of the author in the pa pers and books of Ihe IlaT D Cro timers M D In Union Signal THE PULSE OF REFORM Illshop Kmard of Valleyflold Que bee has Issued a strong pastoral letter upon tho liquor question practically condemning the use of liquor In voting contestsThe It authorities of Little Hock Ark have under consideration a prop osition to Increase time annual saloon license In that city from 3CO to 1000 payable In advance Tho total license then city county and state would be 11821 per annum on each license The common council of Grand Rap Ids Mich has taken a firm stand against the refunding of saloon licenses originally In the names of employes and afterwards upon tho discharge ot these employes taken out In their owri names Incidentally the aldermen have Indorsed the notransfer principle up on which the committee on iutiiuu has been acting for some time past In California there are only 20 voters to every liquor dealer in Louisiana the proportion Is even greater there being one liquor dealer to every 1C voters Illinois has one liquor dealer to every 51 voters The proportion is smallest In North Carolina where there are 124 voters to every liquor dealer In Utah the proportion Is ono liquor dealer to every 114 voters which would seem to Indicate that the Mormons whatever else their faults are not greatly given to drinking liquorI Iemoiinl IteiponilbllUr Carlylo writes Brother thnu host a losslblllty In thee for much the possibility rof writing on the eternal skies the record of an heroic life Let each Individual total abstainer seek to real- Ize the greatness and Importance ol temperance work the absolute necessity of personal service and tho splen did sphere of work offered and then with the determination and persever mce apply himself to this work I am only one nut I am oneII cannot do everything nut I can do something What I can do I ought to do do3National ItInteresting fl State News JtM h 4U1 tPb ilrhM + l+a4m6 Db e + t4 D3 404 HOPKINSVILLE ASYLUM 8111 For An Additional Building Passes In the Senate Frankfort Feb GSllIateAt tho afternoon HCHHOII of the stnmto the 1rowltt bill making It a felony to itIItml poultry to tho value of 2 wax S by 20 yeas to nays The Far Jrill bill to amend tho local option law no that If a whole county votes dry It shall remain dry but If tho whole county votes wet tho precincts or ills tracts that were dry before tho elec thin uhall remain dry created notch illtirtiiEloti nn It was reported adverse ly by tho committee The Edwards revolution asking congress to empow er growers of leaf tobacco to sell It to cnninimerB free of tax was passed the bill to more clearly authorize lute band and wlfu to testify for or against Inch other au to their property rights but to prohibit their teatlfyliiR In dl vorce cases was passed unanlmoimly Tho IIOIIBO resolution to furnish each Irgliilator with ICO copies of tho governors message was adopted The IMmvpti bill to prohibit the selling of toy plitol guns torpedoes or other explosives tiiied by children In cele brating holidays was defeated by ID to 11 requiring 1C votes to pass a bill HOIIHO The houso passed the bill prohlbltltiK the shooting of rabbits and squirrels from September 1C to No ember 15 with an amendment per milting the snaring of rabbits The llradlry blip repenting that part of the revenue law Imposing a graded license tax on tobacco manufactured In Ken tucky wiia taken up and was under dlsciifislon when tho house adjourned The senate bill allowing the attorney general two assistant was favorably reported Frankfort Feb RRlnatoThe In vestigation of public printing by tho special Senate committee seems to bo assuming proK rtlon Tho commit tr notified a number of witnesses to appear but none have been examined yet The senate PIXSXH what Is known M the Ixiulsvlllo rlpiHT bill but on ly after a hard light The senate also countWhitley and Wayne Tho territory In the county Is but sparsely settled and property values aro extremely low Tint bill to create a new circuit court district out of the counties of fagot fin Knott and Floyd wan passed by the senate as a substitute for the homo bill which Included Ilreathltt county In a new district blouseThu house passed the hill repealing too graded tax on manufac timid tobacco Mr Itennaker offered a resolution requesting that Kentucky nKnwmntii secure adequate compen ration for rural rev delivery carriers It was laid over Ttio bill prohibiting the charging of rent for natural or ar tificial gas meters was reported ad tersely and killed The Mueller bill allowing sparring exhibitions with flvoonnco gloves WRII reported favor ably and advanced Frankfurt Feb 2Tfitta Bills trios house bill ppproprlatlng 75 lIopklnnlllllog the collection of checks and drafts liy bank by providing that It shall be construed to bo dun dlllRenco If tho shank or draft Is collected through a banks regular correspondent Instead of sending It to till bank direct upon Atwhlrh It U drawn allowing the treas of the state charitable Institu lions In select the depository for the money In their hands regulating tho norvlcos of summons by providing that n numinous may bo left at the real cicnco of the ponton to bo summoned with any goon over 14 years of ago to authorize tho organization of trust cornianUTi with 25000 capital stock in onus of 25000 population In town of fourth fifth or sixth class Adjourned until Monday House Hills passed To Increase tho maximum tine of road overseers for allure to jwrform his duties from 915 to K5 appropriating 122000 for tho deaf mutt school at Danville changing too flute of holding court In the 26th circuit court district Tho tllller bill making an appropriation for a monument at Iloonontioro was madti a special order for Monday Mr Wells offered a resolution to ap t point a committee of six with the speaker nl chairman to Investigate the charges of grafting and blackmailing Alleged against tho legislature In a Ixxilsvllla republican newspaper Fri tiny morning Tho resolution was unanimously adopted Adjourned until MondaySDrtten By a Mad Dog Antilnnd Ky Feb 27 Thursday Afternoon Dr J II Wntson little boy was bitten by a mad dog on the left arm Dr Watson loft Friday morning for St Ixmlx to place the boy In the Iasteur Institute Free From Smallpox ShnrpsburK Ky Feb 7Iho two smallpox patients In tho FJat creek neighborhood tills county have recov erect No new cases have developed and this county Is again froo from oho disease Distillery 10 Resume Petersburg Ky Feb GIl Is sold the lloone county distillery will resume oiicratloiui Ute middle of March con verted into a iiplrltH house uud will turn out 250 barrels a day and give t employment to 100 hands Held on a Serious Charge Kllznbethtown Ky Feb 27Luther Stlth colored was Rivet au examining trial before Judge Rider upon tho charge of poisoning his wife Melissa and two stepsons Leslie anti William Carpenter Stith was held over to tho March term of the circuit court Took Paris Green Versailles Ky Feb 27 Almont Vowell about 65 years of age a well known resident of Cicero thin county committed suicide by taking a IIlJuldI solution of jmrls green He left no ox jilajmtlon for tie deed OFFICIALS INDICTED The Men Are Charged With Subor nation of Perjury Cynllilnim Ky Feb 2GAt the morning session of the circuit court tho grand jury returned a true bill of Indictment against Judge II F French of Winchester Ky and Ed Callahan sheriff of llrcuthltt county charging them with subornation of perjury In allegedly compelling and requesting A C Adams to perjure himself In the Jett trial lost summer In behalf of Jett French Is a prominent lawyer of Winchester Ky and represented Jctl In tho trial last summer A C Adams was convicted Tuesday of per jury Ho pleaded not guilty to the In dictment No evidence was given and tine jury found him guilty Ho made a most sensational speech for himself In the case Tuesday Implicating French und Callahan Jasper King Is now on trial for alleged perjury In court lie wns n juror In tho case of Jett and White last summer who re fused to vote for tho death penalty as tho other 11 hind agreed and tho trial resulted In a life sentence- INCENDIARIES AT WORK The Home of Amp Miller Visited Three Times In 24 Hours Somerset Ky Feb 27 Incendiaries have visited tho homo of Amp Miller In Wayne county three times In the past 24 hours burning his house and two largo barns Miller Is ono of tho wealthiest farmers In Wayne county and lives near tho Tennessee border Thursday night about 8 oclock his residence nail the entire contents were burned A few hours later a barn was found to bo on the and was de stroyed Al 8 oclock Friday night his other barn was destroyed apparently by action Tho loss will reach about 112000 Insurance not known lllood hounds have been sent for but can not reach the house until Saturday after noon as It is over 40 mlleu from a railroad A Bad Fire at Ashland Ashland Ky Feb 25Abad fire In tho Ventura drug store occurred Wed nesday morning This store omiplei one room In the Ventura hotel build- Ing and a panic among the hundred or more guests was narrowly averted many of them llcelng to the street halt dressed Loss to Druggist Melnhun wn about 7000 with 3COO Insur ance Loss to hotel company noth ing May Appeal His Gate Cynthlana Ky Feb CTho mo lion for a new trial made by Attorney J I lllanton on behalf of A C m given n years sentence for per jury In the Jltt White feud trial was overruled lllanton claimed tho corn monwealth neglected to introduce any testimony after his clients confession It ii yet uncertain whether Adams will nppal the case or not Coal Mines on Fire MadlRonvllle Ky Feb 7TheMonarch coat mines are on fire within the limits of this cityIt Is not known how the firo started as there was no one known to be Inside Tho extent of the damage In not known all the shaft can not be entered owing to smoke and liuit No loss of life Is reported Big Ground Hog Catch Versailles Ky Feb 27 William Combs living near Mortonsvlllc this county has captured 58 of the famous wcatherwlse animals the ground long with tho aid of only n dog a shovel und a lung piece of wire This is the largest ground hog catch ever made In thlll section Wants to Dissolve Partnership Jackson Ky Feb 25 Senator A H Horgls filed a suit In blue Ilronthltt circuit court against his partner rod brother Judge James Hargls for die solution of the partnership of Hargls lira which hu existed for nearly 20 year Law Against Loitering Frankfurt IC Feb Gtn the house tho Alverson vagrancy bill for whiten ho has made such n strong fight was taker up and passed after strik lug out the emergency clause Tho vole was 55 to 5 It makes more strin gent the laws against loitering Sold the Stock Henderson Ky Feb 2tiThe lIen thereon Grocery Co composed of F II Frayper F N Frayser and others Thursday sold Its wholesale grocery stock to Charles W White of touts vvllle and II Mann of this city The Doctors Bill Passed Frankfort Ky Felt 7Tne house of representatives concurred In the senate agreed doctors bill It recog nines the allopath homeopath wJectlc anti osteopath schools on the state Uiarfl of health examiners Crushed Under a Piano FranWort Ky Feb 7Nathul1 Whallen was fatally wounded He Is a representative of the Montegro Hhelm Music Co of Lexington and was moving a piano The wagon tilted and threw Whallen out and the Instru ment fell upon him Fine Farm Sold Sharpeburg Ky Feb 7The Van Thompson farm near Judy has been purchased by Abner Hall of Powell Igumery FIFTYEIGHTH Regular CONGRESSI Washington Feb GSerateThsenate spent the greater part of Wed nesday discussing an amendment toI the agricultural appropriation striking out the house provision giving authority to the secretary of agriculture to Inspect Imported food products when misbranded or suspected of Impurity The discussion was closed by substituting the provision of the act of 1900 bearing on the same point This solution of the problem was suggested by Mr Proctor and wee accepted by all Consideration of the bill practically was concluded but final action on It was postponed until Thurs day In order to allow an Inspection ot It as amende- d1I0uleTwo storm centers were en countered In consideration of the na vat appropriation bill In the house First the great lakes training station went out of the bill on a point of or der after a word battle The build lag program proposed In tho bill then met criticism and blocked further pro cress of the measure for the day Mr Burton 0 the echoes of whose Ben sational speech for peace on Monday had hardly died out moved to strike out the provision for the single battle ship njithorlzed This motion Is now pendingWashington Fob GSenateTho- senate Thursday passed both the agri cultural and legislative executive and judicial appropriation bills An amend ment to tho agricultural bill suggested by Mr Hepburn Ja caused an ani mated discussion It contemplated su pervasion of Interstate commerce so as to prevent the transfer of plants or seeds fraudulently marked from one state to another The amendment started a debate on paternalism It was ruled out on a point of order House The building program of tho navy contained In the pending naval bill occupied the attention of tho house throughout the day and the fight is by no means over The minor ity members of tho naval committee under the leadership of Mr Meyer La first gave their endorsement to tae measure aro campaigning for IJ reduction In the number or ships to be authorized The amendment to strike the ono battleship made Wednes lOUt by Mr Burton 0 was donated cruisers then were put to the test and enough friends for them were found for their retention Construe lion of the ships In government yard proved to bo a fruitful topic for discussion nail an amendment by Mr Bell Cal requiring ono collier to be built In a government yard was adopted A proposition for a preferential of 4 pee rent In favor of bids from the Pacific roast was defeated after Mr McDer molt N J had delivered a humorous speecu In which tho shipbuilding trust and the state of Now Jersey were put conslderaIsenate Friday considered at somo length tho hill requiring tho use ot American ships in carrying govern went supplies but without action ad journed for want of a quorum The senlIa sidy but Mr Hale who was In charge of the measure defended It against this attack and championed It in the Interest of American shipping Early In the day an agreement was reached to take up on Monday next the hill JointIdeotoIof Alaska namlIIIlrollO on an effort of different minority memo bers to secure an amendment to fix tho price of armor plate at the figure bid by the Mldvalo Steel Co Several amendments were ruled out on joints of order and the republican leaders by skilful parliamentary tactics left the matter of armor plate In the ills cretion of the secretary of tho navy toIIwhich leaves tho question of the typo of boat open but Increases tho amount or till nppropriation for such boats THE CANAL TREATY Exchange of Ratifications of the Convention Were Made Friday Washington Feb 27President Roosevelt Friday afternoon signed tho proclamation announcing the ex change of ratifications of the Panama treaty Tho urinal exchange of ratifications of the Panama treaty Wok place at the state department shortly before 11 oclock Friday morning between See retary of State Hay and M Philippe lUtnauYarllla minister front Panama CueIInves aubIsenate Into the status of Senator Reed Smoot arrived Wednesday and a num her of them were served by United States Marshal Heywood It Is un derstood that 19 Biibpocnues In nil will be served here Apostle John Henry Smith was among those summoned It Is stated that President Joseph F Smith will also bo served with a sub poena to appear before the committee In Washington Resigns at Committeeman Natchez Mss Feb 7Judge H C Turley postmaster of Natchez un der tho McKinley administration and a warm personal friend of the late Senator Hanna Friday tendered his resignation as republican national com mltteeinan First installment Received St Louis Feb 27The first Install ment amounting to 1000000 of the 4H government loan to the Worlds fair was Friday deposited In the sub treasury by Worlds Fair Treasurer W E Tpompsoui i 1F PLAYING HOSTESS When Maggie takes her Thursday out I have a lot of fun And up and down I IiI about Till everything Is donel Urniute we mtv that on that day Tho house btlongs to tne ujk lO such a lovely pluyl Sty pa and ma to tta Now maHvl I say Dont let me make Your cup ff tea too sweet And doctor take a piece or cuke Its from a new receipt Then pa replies My dear Miss Drown Your cake U always nice You make the very best In town Ill have another slice Then mamma uiks what luck I had With my last raspberry Jam And pupa says he should be glad To try my cold boiled ham And then I tom the cut about Its such u lovely paIf only MneKles Thursday out Came every tingle day- sInaneheTrennurlltath In Good House keepIng WHEN ZOZOKA COMES the Story of she FUh llunkn llfr sad Way Cold fur the lip n rill of Our VUUIIK llruilm Near the river mouth three children were at play on the sand an Indian lad a small American girl and her brother Suddenly the Indian etood up and shad- Ing his eyes with his hand gazed long toward the southward Xozoka comes be salt plenty fish Where cried the white children eagerly scanning the sea and sky Ills wife too It Is good said the Indian The Great Spirit smiles on my people He sends Zozoka to tell us that we shall have big catches of fish all we can eat and plenty to dry for the cold moons The children could see two birds com- Ing from the southward Fascinated they watched till over their heads swept a pair of magnificent ospreys Fish hawks they cried In the same breath Zozoka said the Indian lad They go to their old home up the river A gleam of silver showed just beneath the rivers blue Like a shot the fish hawk dropped and was half hurled In the water before he rose holding a fish In his strong talons Mounting with a few graceful sweeps of his splendid wings which spread over five feet he seated himself on his favor ite branch and tearing the fish into pieces devoured It with great relish For a fortnight this devoted couple spent many a busy hour searching for material to repair their home A few rods from the bank was a dead tree and Mr Flah hawk decided that some of Its forIproppingupthe HAWK WITH FISH be performed a wonderful acrobatic feat something no other bird ever dreamed of doing He rose In the air to a great height and dropped straight as an ar row to the branch he had selected break lag It with his weight and catching It before It reached the ground While Zozoka was busy breaking the tree branches his mate searched the shore and river banks She brought long streamers of seaweed red and brown green sea grass and a wisp or two of salt hay from the marshier With these she wove a now lining for her home and soon it held two spotted eggs n little larger than a hens When the babies appeared there was work Indeed Zozoka would swoop down dive into a wave and come out on the opposite side with a catfish In his claws Before starting for his home up the river ha always turned the fish edgeways to the wind for he was a wise bird and knew that if he carried It broadside out It would present a larger surface to the winds resistance Before a week had passed they were famous flyers To learn to fish successfully was very dlfllcult Indeed First the young hawks fished almost wholly In the river not venturing to try theIfarther than he had ever been before Suddenly there was a splash and ho- saw a great fish gamboling below Paus ing a moment to take a good aim he shot downwards struck the fish and firmly Imbeded Iris claws He attempted to rise but to his dismay was drawn down down deeper and deeper beneath the water He struggled desperately to die entangle his claws but now his lungs were tilling with water his strength was ebbing Ills struggles grew more and more feeble Ills ambition had cost him his life The next morning when the hawks flew seaward they saw a great codfish lying on tho beach with a dead young osprey grimly clutching its backBos ton Globe ALBINO DEER KILLED It Coat Wai fore While lU Era Iluk and IU Fur of Modest and silky Trature An albino deer with a coat as white u the drifting snows eyes a delicate pink and with a tread as soft and Ills creet as an elk fawn was killed In the Canyon mountains of southern Oregon recently It was one of the very few al bino deer ever seen In the mountains of the west Old hunters tell of seeing them usually separate from the main herds and at various times during the early days but they were too shy and discreet to be approached near enough for a shot The deer shown In the accompanying Illustration from the Scientific Ameri can and which was killed In the CanI AN ALBINO DEEnj yon mountains was with four other deer at the time It was found and had not this been true the hunters would not have taken It for a deer Its white coat made It far more conspicuous than the remainder of the herd and it Is per haps for this reason only albino dOer are shunned by their mates The albino deer bears exactly the same relation to the deer family that the albino of the African race does to the human kind Aside from Its white coat and pink eyes It Is like all other deer possibly Its fur Is softer and more silky Tho specimen found In the pine forests of the Canyon mountains will be made a part of the exhibit of albino animals at the Smithsonian Institution JOKE PLAYED ON HAWK nird Warn Very Cnrloui at PInt Slat Inlrr Oa Ilepnin lrlihtrued and Dropped III Vtrf Hawks writes the author of Travels in a Treetop have an unusual amount of curiosity They are trapped he says almost as often through their curiosity as through their fear Sometimes In winter when there Is little to attract their attention an unbalted trap If of a new shape or variety Is quite as likely to land a victim as If It held a most appetizing mouse Once a trick was played upon a splendid black hawk that had been mousing over the fields for half the winter It often perched upon aI straw stack Instead of In the lone hickory tree that stood sentinellike In the center of the field Early ono morning a plump meadow mouse with an Inflated bladder attached to It a string was placed on the top of theIstack The bladder and cord concealed by the straw The hawk was apparently a little suspicious when he first noticed the mouse He was not used to seeing a mouse remain perfectly still In that way especially when he began to circle about with his great black wings close down tothe stack Presently he alighted In a wary way on one end of the stack then he walked nearer eyed the mouse sharply and pecked at It At last he seized It in his talons and made oft for the hickory Halfway there how ever he noticed the bladder attached and gave the mouse a violent jerk to free It from the strange appendage This only served to make the bladder bob up and down more furiously and with a scream of terror the hawk dropped the mouse and all and fled to the woods It was some time be i fore he was again seen in the neighbor hood of the straw stackilieu Vnrloan Frappe Sleep In the tropics men sleep In hammocks or upon mats of grass The East Indian unrolls his light portablp charpoy or mattress which in tho morning is again rolled together and carried away by him The Japanese Ho upon matting with a stiff uncomfort able wooden neck rest The Chinese use low bedsteads often elaborately carved and supporting only mats or coverlets A peculiarity of the Ger man bed Is Its shortness besides at It often consists In part of a large down pillow or upper mattress which spreads over the person and usually answers the purpose of all the ordinary bedclothing combined In Eng land the old fourposted bedstead Is still the pride of the nation but the Iron or brass bedstead Is fast becom ing universal The English beds are the largest beds In the world Tho ancient Greeks and Romans had their beds supported on frames but not tint like ours Tho Egyptians had a couch of a peculiar shape more like an old fashioned eoaychalr with hollow tack and seat Leaning Tower of 1Un The famous leaning tower of Plea has a rival In the Temple tower at Bristol In England It Is a square tow er of early Gothic architecture All IU parts still preserve their normal rela tive positions without cracks or fie sures The tower which Is about 111 feet high Is five feet out of perpendicu lar at the suiaalU Proper Treatmont of Pneumo nia Pneumonia is too dangerous a die ease for anyone to attempt to doctot himself although he may have the proper remedies at hand A physi clan should always be called It should be borne in mind however that pneumonia always results from a cold or from an attack of the grip and that by Riving Chamberlains Cough Remedy the threatened attack of pneumonia may be warded off This remedy is also used by physi cians in the treatment of pneumonia with the best results Dr W J Smith of Sanders Ala who is also a druggist says of it I hays been sell ing Chamberlains Cough Remedy and prescribing it in my practice for the past six years I use it in cases of pneumonia and have always gotten the best results Sold by S E l Welch Jr Berea K- yFarmers National Bank Richmond KyIt 180000rp We solicit your patronage JAMES BENNETT Pres- S S PARKES Cashier Colds Causa Pneumonia One of the most remarkable cases of scold deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use o One Minute Cough Cure She saysIThe coughing and straining ea weakened me I ran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tried i number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Foulnbottles of this wonderfulremedy cured me entirely of the cough 11 strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by East End Drug Co r wa ttab obtain U 8 and Forrliii f II1rM Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Wat kins of Pleasant City Ohio Pneu monia had played sad havoc with him and a terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated him but he grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Everybody ought to know its the only sure cure for Coughs colds and all Lung die eases Guaranteed by East End Drug Co Berea Ky Price 50c and 1100 Trial bottl- esEARLY RISERS TIE FAMOUS LITTLE PILLS For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Uver Jaun dice Dlulness and all trouble aria InC from In Inactive or sluggish liver DeWitts Utll Early Risers are un equalled They act promptly and never gripe They are so dainty that It Is a pleuur to take them One to two act as a mild laxative two or four act as a pleasant and effective cathartic They ass purely vegetable and absolutely harmless They Ionic the liver TIOI DEALEI UN SUPPLY rt- Urpa n It C D Wltt 6 Co Chicago HAlPV HEALTHY CIIILU1CKN Any child can take Little Early Risers with perfect safety They are harmless never gripe or sicken and yet they are so certain in results that robust constitutions requiring drastic means are never disappointed They cannot fail to perform their mission and everyone who uses De Witts Little Early Risers prefer them to all otherpills They cure bilious uses Sold by East End Drug Co I 11 THE CITIZEN I fitSeENE1iFWARWires Practically Silent For the Past 24 Hours USE OF TELEGRAPH DISCONTINUED This Silence It la Thought Indicate That Japans Great Attack em Port Arthur la On Japanese Transport Carrying Troops Continue to Arrive at Chemulpo at the Rate of Ono a DayPro vlaiona Being Landed London March 2No conflnnaUon of the report published Tuesday In the Dally Telegraph that the Japanese had bombardod Port Arthur Febraury 291 has been received from any point The wires from the scene of war have been practically silent for tho past 24 hours and in some quarters this aUonce Is supposed to Indicate that Japans great attack on Port Arthur Is actu ally In progress and that consequently the use of tho wires has been dis continuedIa from Shanghai a ear respondent of the Dally Telegraph re ports that the Japanese military au thorities object to the installation of wireless telegraphy apparatus on newspaper dispatch boats The correspondent of the Dally Mall at Che Fro who has just returned there from Chemulpo Cbrea cables I THE JAPANESE HOBSON HOME- rI iWHN e ifBr UcCutcheon Tribune A that Japanese transports carrying troops continuo to arrive at Chemulpo at tho rote atone a day while pro- vIsions aro being landed near Hwang Ju 94 miles northwest of Chemulpo at the head of the TalrDong river where a largo force of Japanese Infant ry has concentrated dlSClosledIs feared that most of the Japanese horses are unserviceable The Japanese squadron at Chemul po has been strengthened A fleet of 12 battleships and cruisers has been stationed permanently in Prince Je rome gulf between Chebldo island and the anchorage Yesterday I saw a cruiser of the Nlitaka typo beached at the entrance of NamYang creek She was deserted J except for a Japanese guard The Coreana are hostile to the Yap anew and they are assisting the Rue sians in Northern Cores Yin Kow March 2Ltso Hang Manchuria Is now essentially a Mili tary city An area comprising three and a third square miles adjoining the railroad has been enclosed for a military camp and mtgnxtno purposes There is also a military camp at Hat Qheng Manchuria 32 miles fronrNew Ohwang which with 1U defenses covers 1000 acres St Petersburg March 2A Rus sian correspondent at Shanghai tele graphs that it Is reported at TienTiin that 4000 additional Chinese soldiers have been posted In Northern ChinO and that the Chinese government baa recently placed large orders for guns and ammunition ON COREAN SOIL jThe Japanese Have Landed at Least 80000 Troops Victoria D C March 2The royal man steamer Empress of India are t rived Tuesday night from Japan The most interesting portion of her news from the Orient was that Japan was shipping vast numbers of troops by night across to Cores No troops moved by day and no man knew when he would bo called away Officers were missed from the club and men from their accustomed haunts and the explanation was that they wore sum monad during tho night and shipped aboard transports and destined for Cbi yea It is said by passenger who have been observing that Japan had at least 80000 troops landed on the Co reM shore when the Empress of India t sailed and thejj JWM gwja uji night many tl1 Sand at a time id la understood that the dispatch of troops is to continue until 200000 men are at the disposal of the Japanese generals at the front- AMERICAN VESSELS Bill Passed Requiring Their Use In Transporting Supplies Washington March 2 Senate The senate Tuesday pawed tho bill requir ing the use of American vessels in transporting government supplies and took up the bill prohibiting tho uw of other than American vessels in ship ping merchandise to the Philippines and relieving the Intorlsland trado of the Philippines from the exactions of the coastwise laws of tho United States Ttoo first mentioned requirement of the latter bill is already In force in effect but this measure enacts it la different form The bill now pending as Introduced provides that it shall co into effect July 1 next Mr Lodge In charge of the measure in dicated a willingness to postpone the time for a year The senate adjourn ed however without acting on either the bill or the amendment HouseThe house concluded gen eral debate on tho District of Colum bla appropriation bill A variety of subJects other tban tho bill were dls cussed Mr Sheppard Tex spoke against the tariff Mr Adams Pa in favor of restriction of immigration Mr Powers Mass urged beautifying the national capitol and expressed the opinion that there would be disarma ment by the nations of tho world dur ing the century Mr Williamson Ore made his first speech In the house He urged an appropriation for the Lewis and Clarke centennial ox position Mr McDermott N J ARRIVES In Chicago Dally made an antitrust speech and assort ed that the price of raw sugar had decreased since the passage of the Cu ban reciprocity bill without a decrease in the price paid by the consumer Mr Micro lad discussed ship sub sidy Relief for the southern tobaccc raisers was advocated by Messrs Hopkins Ky and Flood Va througt the repeal of tho six cent per pound tax on stemmed and twisted tobacco MAKING WAR ON AMERICANS Wants United States to Assume Protectorate Over San Domingo New York March 2Qen Francisco Leonte Vasquez formally Dominican consul here and a brother of former President Horaclo Vasquez of San Domingo asserts that he line documentary proof that tho Jlmlnez revolu tionists are deliberately making war upon Americans in the island In order that the United States government may be moved to Interfere and assume a protectorate over the country Gen Vasquez who has Just returned from San Domingo asserts that this policy of the revolutionists explains the killing of the machinist Johnstone of the United States gunboat Yankee and the firing on the Clyde line steam er New York by the revolutionists Attacked the American Consulate New York March 21A dispatch from Santo Domingo reports that the insurgents who are operating in tho vicinity of Azua have attacked the American consulate there They are levying upon foreign merchants and business is paralyzed Returning to Vladivostok Vladivostok March 1 Certain Rus sign newspaper correspondents and residents of Vladivostok who left here a short while ago have returned They found the conditions of living nt Nlkolsk and Harbin to bo less favor able Offered Its Services Washington March 2Mlss Clara Barton president of the American Red Cross society called at the Russian embassy Tuesday and offered the serv- Ices of tho society to the Russian government Sailed For tho Philippines San Francisco March 2The Unit ed States army transport Sherman galled Tuesday for tho Philippines via Honolulu She carried the 12th Infantry commanded by Col J WJJubb ittO inlAV3 aadtMfl cavalry rocrulta mttttamHlI1 M1d3I1H141133Ihd I +HHIJIo Berea and Vicinity 00 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES HIffffffIIfIIIrlIttItIIMr S L Clnrk is out again alter a ton days illness Mr 0 n Shepherd of Kirksvillo was n Boron visitor on Tuesday of this week Mrs Bottle Mason is in Louisville this week buying her spring stock of millinery dry goods and notions Judge T J Coylo and family move ed this week to Boron nud occupy their residence on Big Hill street A F Honsy of Kentucky Univers ity Bible College was over from Lex ington to attend the annual debate Mrs Edwin Anderson near the depot has the smallpox and the house was quarantined Tuesday morning Secretary W C Gamble was con lined to the hoiiRo for several days the past week with thoClgrip but is again able to be out S B Combs hind a now set of buggy harness taken from his buggy a few nights ogo This means that another thief is lurking about Mr and Mrs Chas L Hanson and daughter Mario returned Saturday from an extended visit with Mrs Hansons mother in Celina Ohio- J A Toddand family left Tuesday to make their home in Indian Terri tory They havt lived for some timo on the farm now owned by E T Fish Gilbert Wyatt night operator at the sin1 ion here is suffering with a severe attack of chills and foyer Mercer King of Fulmouth Ky is filling the posiioa during Wyntta illness Tho Ladies aid society of the flap tilt church gave a measuring social Saturday night which was a decided success Light refreshments were served Quite a neat little sum was realized Leonard Peters arrived in Beren Monday and spent n fow days at Mrs Smiths opposito the depot His health la very poor and ho left yesterday for Flat River Mo where he hopIs to regain his wonted health Tho post house at liichmond has been closed tho last patient being dismissed last week The citi zone are rejoicing that the disease is now completely stamped out and hopo for a return of business to its normalstate W H Porter returned Monday night from a weeks trip for the Central Securities Co examining banks at Corbin Middlesboro and Whitesburg Ho was accompanied by Mr Wayne Wilson an employee of the Beren Banking Co Sam Bales tho Richmond boy who was shot last week died Tuesday morning at1 oclock H fl Harves charged with the killing has been confined in the Richmond jailsince the shooting His examining trial was set for yesterday evening Ralph Parlette the noted humorist who has twice before so acceptably filledappointments on our annual Lyceum courses will give the fourth number of the present Course on Monday night at the Tabernacle It goes without saying that he will be greeted by a large audience Chester Erwin who has been em ployed in the printing office hero for the last two years left Tuesday for Danville whore he will take post graduate work in this Kentucky School for the Deaf to prepare himself for tho entrance examination of Gallaudet College Washington D C in Juno Prof Anthony W Chez who has been physical director and coach at the University of Cincinnati for the past three years and who has many Friends hero made during his several visits to Borea will go next year to the University of West Virginia at Morgantown to fill a similar position He has done much for 0 U in the iepartml nt of athletics and they will find it difficult to fill his place FEBRUARY WEATHER In temperature February was only an average February Tho minimum was 2 degrees above zero the coldest day this winter by 2 degrees occurring on3guvo us 12 degrees below zero on the 10th of February On the 29th the highest reading was made 70 degrees The mean temperature for the month was JJ5 degrees which somewhat above the normal I The totalrainfall was lR inches This is nearly tho average fall for tho mouth Last year however 7 inches of water fell during tho month The usual February thunder storm made its appearance oil tho 7lh Tho 23th holds the record for the appearance of this storm in other years Sleet fell on the 10th 18th and 10th There were 0 days in which more than 01 inch of water fell Only 2G inches of snow full while during the same month last year G incline of snow fell Every northeast wind occurring before tho 23rd brought with it snow or sleet No snow appeared with the wind in any other direction- C F HTJIOLU Local Observer After A Forestry Exhibit William nOR the field rnproBou tativo of the Kentucky exhibit com mission of tho department of forestry was in this city last week on his way homo from tho mountains whom ho has been for tho past two weeks soliciting the lumber dealers who are owners of largo tracts of timber land in Eastern Kentucky He has secured so far tho promise of forty exhibitors to send their products to tho worlds fair for exhibition They will south altogether 72 varieties of woods all of which are indigenous to the soil of the State There will bo none but the cotnmerical woods exhibitllUich month Kentucky Jl yi ler WOOD FOR BEREA COLLEGE Contracts for the supply of wood for Dorea College for tho coming year are now being assigned by the Treasurer S17B per cord will bo paid for sound body wood delivered at tho College buildings Persons wishing to furnish wood should see tho Treasurer anti secure a contract before it is nil assigned IHIHHHHIII IIJIIII jj College Items HERE AND THERE H1HMHM M I HHHHH Mr E D Lucas Stato College Secretary Y M C A addressed the local association Sunday night Ken tacky Day on Young Mens Chris tian Association work in Kentucky Tho C D anti E Rhetorical classes gave a very creditable exhibition Monday night at the Tabernacle The exorcises were varied including orations essays recitations debate etc Both students anti teachers are to bo congratulated upon tho showing made Rev Philip Bauer a student hero 03 to 06 is doing excellent work as pastor of tho Calvary Baptist church Piqua Ohio His services in giving Bible readings before tho Young Mons Christina Association and in holding gospel meetings in tho vicin ity of Piqua are in great demand Evangelist Robt L Jones a stud ent here in 96 recently held a series of revival meetings in Minot North Dakota in which ho was singularly successful in loading people to Christ The meetings had to be held in tho Opera House as no other building there would accommodate idle largo audiences often numbering ono thou sand people Tho College steam laundry located in the Industrial Building is now in operation There is tho automatic washing machine whore soiled clothes are washed without tho clothes being rubbed either by machinery or by hand but by the action of tho soap and water on the clothing Near are the sudsing and rinsing tubs The wringer is an automatic rotary ono in which a small washing is wrung quito dry in 2 minutes by the rapid turning of the inner basin which makes 1500 revolutions a minute From the wringer the clothes are placed On drying racks in a steam beated drying room where they dry in five minutes ready for ironing There aro ironing boards and flat irons besides the largo mangle through which all plain smooth clothes are passed on a hot roller which irons them nicely If its a billious attack take Cham jerlninH Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick recqvery is certain For sale by SE Welch Jr FARMERS We want live fat Poultry Eggs Hides and Feathers We pay highest cash prices We pay 40c per doz for Goose Eggs C F GOTT CO HiicrtMori to heirs Irmluro Company Depot Street Boron Ky r oooooooooo o o o o o o o o o o o o o o oo o 0 1 Prices Right Groceries Fresh i I a o o o We carry a full i line of groceries o We never over o stock so always o have a fresh line U Deliver Any 0 O Pilose 33 o THE CITIZENS CLASSIFIED AD COLUMN WANTED PURCHASER for an extra good wad till now for twothirds the rout price Incjuirnof Treasurer Oahornu FOR SALE FIRST CLASS BUILDING BRICK constantly on Band Wu also havo cillIBrick yard- FOCNTAIN PEN tWllut y cents each and uptIml10UII are gold with lJOHtpaidN HOMESPUXcoverlol linen linen suit patterns etc I B Ambrose Conkling Ky WHO WANTS BIG CHOPS The College Farm Department Prof Mason tan spare quantity of tho Buckeye Fertilizer which made such tall good corn and other crops thin past season Fol price etc apply SI hr11Rnd ALSO PURIFIES TUB BLOOD o o Fruits and o o on hand 0 See our fine line o We o o a 0 0 0 0 o o o o 0 0 o S r o o FE I AND Backache Vegetables always CandiesCure DR I Dont become discouraged There it a cure for you It necessary wrlto Or Konuor Ito hat spent a lifetime curing just such cale sasyours All consultations Ire FREE have been a sufferer from rheumatism for 10 Tear and have often been conned to the hones and sometimes to my bed for icreral days I commenced taking Dr Kenner Kidney and Backache Cure when I was suffering intensely It afforded relief at onco I now feel as well u I ever hkvo In my life ADA BLACKWELL Kansan City Mo I suffered from kidney and bladder trouble until life was not worth living I began using improvementIv VdliY IJruKKliU We and Ask for Dr Feuuer Almanac or Cook UoolcKHH IWrite oi Call on HARBER and HUGUELY IMain Street Richmond Ky I for prices on Oats Clover Timothy Iand other Field Seeds and f- I Grasses Phone 36 I I I J Brannaman Well selocted stock of Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Navcn Laundry Savings Banks and Trusts By JUDGE PETER S GROSSCUP of the United States District Court Chicago During the last 23 years the capital deposited in the banks of the country has increased nearly 10000000000 This capital largely has conic from men in the ordinary circumstances of life It measures the capital detached during this period by this class of our citizenship from active proprietorship in the industries of the country It marks a tre mendous shift in the personnel of active proprietor shipa shift as significant as if in that short period nearly onehalf of the farmers of the whole country had sold out their lands and goods to a few men loaning back to these with which to carry on their enterprises the larger part of the purchase money The shift is due to the sense of insecurity the people feel in the ownership of corporate property as corporations under existing stale policies arc now permitted to be organized When we recall that outside of the country and city real estate more than one llhlf of the property of the country is now corporate property the ultimate effect of the existing state policies respecting the organization of corporations the freeforall goasyouplease policy upon artier proprietorship by the people at large is clearly discernible I Here then is the other paternalism a paternalism more dangerous to republican institutions than the labor unions the paternalism that narrowing active ownership to the few who by acuteness or ex perience can fathom the intricacies of corporate organization leaves to the ordinary run of people no choice respecting their savings oth tr than to spend them as they arc gathered or to loan them to the iiiaMer of the corporate machinery- In wars between nations the victor lays indemnity for his losses upon the vanquished Uitt in wars between employer and employe the losses fall neither on victor nor upon vanquished When a truce comes and indemnity is laid it falls not on the belligerents but on the outside public the great neutral who up to that time supposed it had only a moral interest in the conflict It has come to pass that instead of peace the standing relation between them is that of war flhcy look upon each other not as neighbors or copartners but as belligerents When they sleep it is upon their arms The employer deals in this day not with men but with republics of men not with individuals but with governments selfconstituted governments in side the greater government called the state Employment of labor as no longer a matter of bargain and contract it is a matter for treaty lor diplomacy or for war The Strap in the School By PROF LYMAN A BEST President ot the Brooklyn N Y Teachers Association IIITlUK spanking of boys redounds to their good No man has a greater love for children than Iand it is this love which I hear treat that prompts the desire to save them from them selves Most boys arc good lays but every class in the pub lic school has its bad boys Reproof has no more effect than water on n ducks back You cannot control a naturally obstinate boy unless he knows there is some force behind the orders directedagainst him A good spanking will serve to make him avoid infrac tions of the school rules because a boy will dodge not only the pain of the punishment but the humiliation that it entails- I advocate spanking only as a last resort I do not believe in slapping boys over the palm of the hand with a rattan There arc delicate nerves and fliers in the hand that arc likely to sustain permanent injury Thc ideal punishment is a strip of rubber hose from which the rubber covering has been removed leaving a canvas and composition back This t J is light enough to warrant its use and there will be no injury At the same time it carries an unmistakable sting that will last from five to 15 minutes Time proper way to apply it is to place a boy across n desk with his face down and let it land with medium force on the part of the body easiest to reach under the circumstances Character In a Girls Room By MRS JOHN B SHERWOOD Formerly Chairman of Art Committee of Illinois Federation of Womens Clubs IrnI YOL want to read a girls character do not look to ser it expressed in her face but in the taste displayed in her room nod dress A girls room and dress not her face reveal her character The most artistic room is not time room that cost a great deal but the room in which there is simplicity and harmony no matter how cheaply obtained Simplicity and harmony arc the first principles of beauty and in many cases there is less in art in the rooms where a great deal of money has been eeetr spent than in the more economically furnished The proper way to proceed when unwelcome gifts arc received is to gradually remove them front time parlor to the back room from the back room to a bedroom from the bedroom to the spare room and from the eparc room to time attic By the time they reach the attic the donor will Have forgotten all about it j Red is symbolic of welcome hospitality and love and should be used on the walls of time reception hall Blue is symbolic of truth and purity and it is an excellent color for a girls room In fact most girls choose it of their own accord Every girl should be allowed to select the color and furnish her own roo- mQuitters Are Not Wanted By JOHN D ROCKEFELLER JR Nearly every business house is looking for a man who cannot be tempted to do wrong Time reason there arc so ninny men looking for positions today is that they arc above performing honest labor They want higher positions The man who is always com plaining that he has not had the opportunity of others nmt that the success of this or that man is due to luck that never comes to him never will make a success He always wants a higher position without possessing the ability to master the one he already fills The world has no use for a quitter If you start on your course and quit at the first high hill you encounter the failure is your own fault and you deserve it Every man has an opportunity to assist in the uplifting of mankind TALK ABOUT HOTBEDS They Knnlilr Inrilrnrri tn Ilnlie 1nrllrr Vrnrlublr nt nut MluhllX Illif her Coat Hotbeds are frames covered with glass and heated by some artificial means usu ally by fermenting manure placed un der the whole structure They are used for several purposes but mainly for the purpose of starting plants for trans planting earlier than they could be started out of doors and for the forc- Ing on a small scale of some of the more common and hardy vegetables such as radishes As a result It Is but natural that they should be made and used largely In the late winter and early spring months The frames may be made of various materials but when they are to be used for several years they should be made of twoInch stuff so fitted together as to be easily taken apart for convenient storage These frames t e commonly made 6 by 12 feet so as to tine room for four sash each of which IsSbyCfeet The south side of the frame Is usually made to six Inches lower than the north 14 us giving dralnago from rain water as as a better exposure to the sun v CltORS 8BCTION OK IIOTUHD Frames should be planned so that the glass Is as close as jwsslble to the plants without crowding them about a foot or a foot and a halt above the soil on the average The sash Is so placed upon those frames that the lower end may be raised for ventilation and for whatever work and care may be necessary They should also be so arranged that they ran be completely removed In hot prepared the frames and the sash the next thing Is to find a location and to furnish the heat Preferably hotbeds should bo located In some place sheltered from winds and slightly slop Ing to the southwherc they will receive the full benefit of the suns rays Con venience Is another thing which should not be overlooked for the beds require considerable rare and so should be handy to the house and to the water supply Having chosen our location we should dig the pit which Is to contain the manure for heating This should be done In the fall before freezing weather By filling this pit with some manure or rub huh the ground may be kept from freez ing to that It Is warmer and more eas ily worked when ready for use In the springThe best manure for heating Is fresh horse manure containing about half straw or Utter This should be plied so as to allow heating for about two or three weeks before ready for use At first the manure ferments unevenly and so It must be piled several times tak ing care to distribute the heating ma nure evenly throughout the pile When It has heated evenly throughout it Is ready for the hotbed Care should be taken to have the manure firmly and evenly packed In tho pit and to get it In this condition It Is best to put It In in lay ers and allow each to settle somewhat be fore tile next is put in When the ma nure is all in level oft tho top and place about six Inches of rich light loamy soil preferably with considerable humus upon After the manure has been placed In the bed tho temperature will rise very rapidly for several days until It reaches amaxlmumtcmperaturcaftcr which the temperature gradually recedes When It has fallen to about SO or 90 degrees it is ready for tho seed The depth of ma nure depends upon tho climate purpose for which It Is to be used and the length of time heat Is required L IL Bailey says Hot beds which are supposed to bold two months should have about 244 feet of manure For a light hotbed to be used late In the season or 8 Inch es may be sufficient Uy bearing In mind these general directions and tho crosssection shown here one may easily construct a hotbed that will make possible earlier and bet ter vegetables at but very slightly In creased cost and trouble M L Merritt in Prairie Farmer CARE OF DAIRY ANIMALS Tho milk of any animal suffering from disease should not be used for food In any form Tho milking stable should bo as free from dust as possible at the time of milking Feed dry fodders after the milk Is removed from the stable Brush tho udder and flanks with a stiff brush to remove tho dirt and loose hairs Sponge off the udder thoroughly with clean water leaving It moist but not dripping wet Ensilage turnips etc should only be fed Immediately after milking so as to allow time for the elimination of tho volatile products of those feeds from tho system of the animal Use only clean tin milk palls Reject all rusty or patched tinware In tho milk business Unless scams and joints are extra well soldered It will pay to have an extra cutting over all tho seams and the joints well flushed Farm and Fireside FGOOD DSQUESDION Thnnllhl fill IV- Tliut l tverrthere A ree It Henri as InO0111 lIe Intlnn to VatlonuV tAte TUe following communication to the president signed by more than 60 of the prominent men of the stale of Maryland comprising county schoO and road commissioners touches upon some vital points In the problem of road improvement The elements that have hitherto constituted the American race which has mado our country great are the ones most likely to keep it great To leave tho fruit of our toll to be enjoyed by our chil drens children Is a more pleasing pros pect than to look forward to a time when they shall vanish from the homes we created and their places be taken by tho progeny of those who may come into tho house after we havo swept and garnished It Now large families are bred in the country The city kills them It has been proved that five generations of city life suffice to wipe out any family that receives no now infusion of country blood Wo therefore applaud your statement that it Is a good thing to encourage In every way any tendency to check an unhealthy flow from the country to the city To that end ypu point out the most effectual means No one thing can do so much to offset the tendency toward an unhealthy trend from the country Into the city as the making and keeping of good roads nut why are country roads bad Because tho entire burden of building and repairing them has In most cases been thrown on the farm ers whose means are not sufficient for the task This Is unjust Good roads benefit not only tho farmer who hauls his produce over them but also the city to which it Is hauled Every large city far exceeds In wealth the country area which supplies It with food and withmanufacturedthe two partners city and country has to bear the expense of keeping up tho highways of communication be tween them What can bo more evI- dent than that the cost of a public necessity should bo shared alike by those who profit by It Above all the paramount need for large families is a national need and hence every section and every class of the nation is Inter ested In having prolific families kept prolific by Inducing them to stay on tho farms Under an equitable sys tern therefore tho state and the must cooperate with the country nntlonI care of roads This principle bodied In the IJrownlow bill which provides that tho national government Is to bear a portion of the expense of road Improvement It is certain that this aid Instead of lessening will greatly Increase the amount which farmers spend for roads since they can get Increased aid only by Increas ing their own expenditure Moreover a given amount of money spent under this system of cooperation will pro loco far greater results since It will bo devoted In large sums to permanent Improvement under expert direc tion Instead of being wasted by Inex perienced men In annual patchwork annually swept Into the ditches There can be no question that as here pointed out and as stated by the pres ident In his message to congress the road question bears an Important re lation to our national life Our graded school system and our free rural mall delivery have undoubtedly come to stay In no other way can the rural population bo given the educational advantages now enjoyed by the cities or be supplied with a proper means of communication Their rights to both are unquestionable and their main tenance will necessitate better roads Iralrio Farmer LIQUID MANURE TANK A Mrthnil of Mnvlnir anti DliitrlbnllBB- II ii hi Jornr That In Illjth- Iy Hecoiimenileil A largo cistern is used by George L Clemence of Worcester county Mass to catch and hold tho liquid manure from his cow stable When the cistern L THE DARnEL ON THE WAGON Is about full If is pumped out Into a large cask which is placed on a wagon as shown In the Illustration Attached to the rear axle is a fan shaped board with a number ot grooves Tho liquid Is let out through a gate and flows onto this board where It Is distributed over an area six feet or more wide The barrel Is fastened to the wagon by a heavy chain which goes around It Orange Judd Farmer FIritClnia Farm Dotter Better butter can be made on the farm than at the creamery if the same care Is given The advantages possess ed by the farmer who makes dairy but ter are that ho can feed his cows on the best foods use more care and work with cleaner surroundings A largo proportion of creamery butter Is not uniform as the milk comes from many sources but dairybutter Is Injured la the churning and manipulation of the product by Inexperienced peraottv Midland Farmer Berea Coifere IPLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REAOF ALt flver 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 Statdbjr JLirfMt Collogo Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS r r foryt7odgnandTrade 8clioolaCrrpentry Printing Housework Nursing twO yearl tIOuniyCertificateAcademy eJtonr years fitting for College for business aR4 Goursea Literary Scientific Classical leading to Bsocaltwate degrees ThsoryWeChristian eds cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay o small incidental ft payforbrought within 6400 about SIC to be paid in advance The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation alists Methodists Ireabyterians and good people of all denominations vie INFORn iri FBICNHT A5TKI allrtu III t WILL Co GAMBLEa Berea Madison County Kr- J The International Bible Series 1 IC TMI LARGEST I4NE Of 6CLFPRONOUNCINC SIDLE IN THE WORLSt THey af CNNI rOW THUD CLEAR PlUlfTSCHOLARLY HELPS SUPErUOR BINDING ted Letter Testament S DO YOU NEED A BIBLE 1 Thea tend for thti Yreae Marocc Divinity Circuit Round Coraara Red Under Quid Xdre SILK SEWED Large Type HInton SELFPRONOUNCINGTEACHERS CONTAINING The Combination Concordance til ExlatellClJnlllltratlolli the aeit COMPLETE KELPS TO THE STUDY OF TEX BIBLE With the Worn S Okea by ClinIC Price Only ThanblniM DDRESS THE CITIZEN BEREA x X KENTUCKY t11 J Roller Mills 4IoIolI4IlltIt Fancy Roller FloutIMeal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be IOur hard to beat PRIDE MADISON is another Excellent Flour tHNldddAI41B Potts Whites Station Ky i NECESSARY EXPENDITURES FOR ONE TERM is Weeks SCHOOL EXlCNSKddu lint day ol term College ACII Setce Model Lat Norm Normal Boneoil A Gram Incidental JIIoott uaner ntlmatcd223 IJS 123 23 809 100 400 For piano itenozraphy and other extra sac Special Kxpenni below LIVING EXPEnSESBoard doe la adrane by =oath Room rent by tern Hoard room lucl and llshta 121 for fill and iprlng tin 7J a week 11l1r winter teim IJC9 week hard In tb vlUFge allowed In approved plsaavarleatn price according to accommo dalton urnUhed- AdJInL theo llTlng expenses to school ix- pens we find To be paid the lint day Includlnsthetl dtpodi- In Collr late Department IMIO Academy sad Latin Normal 11920 Applied Selene Normal rod A Grammar 1172V Mcdel Bcboolt S1J2S la Inter 1181 more for each No student eta b ecelred who falls to make this adraac HIment ToUl Ordinary Bxrenae for II Weeks sissies to be In Collegiate Department t30 Academy and Latin Normal l Appltrd Science Normal and AfliammartTT Model Schools fA Is wlotei Ihree dollars core for each Students paying board and room real IB tall tcr a term at the beginning receive a discount ol tyeenti Students duty excused before the end of aterr recelro beck an equitable portion ol M moa y they have advanced SPECIAL EXPENSES Plano Vooal or Special Theory 24 reuona hour clan of three fM Organ Violin etc 4 les oca elau of three S Stenography or Typewriting per term Clan worlt In Harmony 8W fitot Plaijo or Typewriter U hr a day t Iteol organ a 390 Rent olMimlo term 60 Chemical iabcasmrysaordtugtomaterial and breakage about byatai sod St lcrolCOplca Laboratories term Llterlalstn drawing per term bExamination excel on days Bradiatlou iOOJ r- The Citizen IIll1dllllIII 7 f Founded 1855 i lifoCollege SJ15 to plyIableParntehed Patent tor 33et AddlUeaal Price only 85 cts Madison County Manufacturers Cora I OF Duerson 00 vortlhdegrewthdlplomaea iiIeo YEARS Jill TRADE MARS L111D QNa aIaIa ttonntrICt mnfldantrkl l nD sent Ire takenlurouch ecuespatnts iftAtl nolle without cb to the Scientific Jlmerl an- A bn4Inm ly weedy largess en cnlitlna of ear adnlaoirymLbarmeRO as n fnar rnontba IL ia orm n i HUNH COaalerad New luuok UoeM Waatetut1iLOUISVILLE NASHVILLE- RAILROAD TI Table In Effect May ra Iola OolBB North Train 4 Dally Leave Beioa 8 20 am Arrive Richmond 3 52 am Arrive Paris B05a tm Arrive Cincinnati ItttOnam Onto a North Train e nep Leave Berea1255 pm Arrive Richmond 125 p 4Arrive Parh Of 8 IB p ra Arrive Cincinnati H 00 pt am Qatar anath Train IHUlI Leave DenseI IL paArrive Livmngaton20op au- flulnc RnMlh Tralna Halls Leave Keren lit2 t ptB Arrive LlyiuKatoal HO a ta Trains No I and No Vmnkn cou ooction at Livinmict r Jellico Bad the South with No HmJ N n 27 W Ht TOWER Ticket Agont from now until Jar4aryi I9C5 with picture yac SDecial numbers L- Ii f y 11THECITIZEN I Proverbs II When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever told why When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sionIt is like the penny in the 1milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it l Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphitcs especially prepared for delicate stomachsChildren take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly ad-apted4to their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat tlent We will send you the penny 1 c a sample free Re tare that thfe picture h the turn of a libel a on the wrapper of every Louie ol you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y jocandoo all rlrulRlm A Good Thing- Is to get just what you ask for in the drugstore so insist on having Para I camph for Catarrh or Cold in the Head Paracamph contains no co caine as many socalled Catarrh reme instantlyAdestroying the germs which cause the trouble So dont suffer Try it to day Every bottle guaranteed by S E Welch Jr Druggist EDITORS COLUMN Bargains The following bargains are for either old or new subscribers to THE CITIZEN If your subscription is paid will be given credit for one year from its present expiration date whatever it is Bargain No One Citizen 100 American Farmer See ad on pageS 50 Toledo Blade 100 5260 Our Bargain Price 125 Bargain No Two Citizen 5100 American Farmer 50 Union Gospel News 50 Driven Back to Eden 125 325 Our Bargain Price 160 Bargain No Three exceptSunday 5300 American Farmer Monthly CO Citizen Weekly 100 SlCO 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 uptodatedailyto need comment It wears the of no political party it is the news headquarters for the ScrippsMcRae Press Association which sells news to hundreds of dailies throughout the country iii is publisheqevery day except Sunday ten to twelve pages each issue Our price as shown above for the three papers a daily a weeklyand a monthlylis only 260 or a over halfprice Send in your order at once Address James M Racer Berea Ky s OUT OUT FILL IN AND MAIL TODAY COUPON I enclose for Bargain No Name Postol ice State r aik lIlittl1IttH1111t1tIItIHI +++++++ ++++++++++++ MH Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence publithrd unless signed ta lull by the writer The lAme Is not for publication but as II evidence of good foitn Write plainly tIIIIJ+WIiJJrAIuJ IJI ii1IiiI+ H11I1I1liIi111iIIHIIl JACKSON COUNTY KIRBY KNOB Feb 29Judge Coyle went to Bear Wallow last Friday Lovi Dur ham who is an old Berea student is now at St Louis whore he willremain until after the FairJas Hyatt our assistant Pcstmaster expects to go to Ohio soonJohn Hatfield made a business trip to Borea last week Miss Laura Hatfield has been in schoolat Berea this winter but came home Saturday Miss Maud Hatfield was a recent visitor at Berea the guest of her sister who is there in schooland other relatives and friends D M Click who has been very sick for a few days is now better Religious services were held here Saturday and Sunday by Rev Jas ParsonsJohn Baker Jr who was in California several mouths of last year talks of going back this spring Miss Eliza Hurley of South Fork attendedchurch and Sundayschool here Sunday MADISON COUNTY FARRISTOWN Feb 25Our winter school taught by Miss Kennedy is progressing Finely with 13 pupils in attendance MOTE Feb 29Mrs Sinda Gilmore died at her home at Kingston and was buriedat the Boller Graveyard Sun day February 2SLouis Ferrell of Kingston died at his home with the fever and was buried at Richmond Cemetery O P Jackson Jr who has been teaching penmanship in Garrardcounty for two months has returned home He will start to Berea College at the opening of the spring term Miss Agnes Rucker has returned home from an extendedvisit with friends on Red LickJoo Lau son and wife visited their parents at Kingston SundayWillie Noe and While Moody of Garrardcounty were the guests of 0 P Jackson Sunday Mrs Mattie Moody of Kingston ltd daughters Ollie and Edna visited Mrs Lillie Lawson FridayLittle Nannie Powell the daughter of Mr and Mrs Curtis Powell who has been very low with spinal afflictions is thought to be improving Miss Laura Compbell is very low with fever WALLACETON Mar IMr Reuben Gabbard and wife visited friends at Big Hill Saturday and Sunday Wheat crops are not looking well in this part Henry Wylie and family visited Mrs Fannie Baker Saturday Mrs Jennie Rogers wife of Goo Rogers died Tues day Fob 23 after a lingering illness of six months with consumption Mrs Rogers was a Christian woman having given her heart to Godearly in life She was 25 years of age She leaves a husband and two little chil dren to mourn her loss The entire community extend their sympathy to the sorrowing family Funeral ser vices were conducted at the Baptist church by Rev Bryant followed by burial at Wallaces chapel Wednes day evening at 4 oclock Two more hands are gently folded On a faithful mothers brea t Two more feet lure ceased to wander Through the stormy wlldcrnof One more head has coated to ache One more heart lice reaped to beat One more rout tae gone to heaven In that wife retrea- tLAUREL COUNTY CRUISE Feb 2iThe series of revival meetings at the Fairview Baptist church Cruises old ferry conducted by Elder Dillard Parker and others closed on the 14th inst They result ed in 22additions to the church Eleven were baptized at the Ferry Elder Parker administering the ordin ance ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Rev J W Lambert filled his ap pointment at East Scaffold Cane Saturday and SundayHenry Ham blon Jr has sold his saw mill to a man at Wisemantown for 680Mrs- J B Coyle is sick at this writing Mrs Lou Singleton and Mrs Annie Poynter visited Miss Etta Lambert SundayG L Wren is talking of moving his saw mill to Estill county We wore sorry to hear that the Legislature of Kentucky is prejudiced against Berea Our deep sympathy is with Berea Rev J F Phelps is at Macedonia to begin work on the church house Rev D Parker has been called pastor at East Scaffold Cone church MrsDaisy Lambert ran a nail in her foot recently which gave her considerable painThe few warm days have changed the conversation of the people hero Thos Young has the Illinois fever on him again LIVINGSTON Fob 25Mrs Elizabeth Sigmoii of Witdie has been visiting Mr and Mrs W B Sigmon this woo1cMiss Cora Adams has entered school at Mt VernonR B Mullius of Mt Vernon was hero last Saturday Mrs Emily Mullins of Mullins Sta tion is reported1very sickThe new Livingston Coal Company is calculat ing to open up a business here soon Business in general is beginning to open upDuring court at Mt Vernon Livingston was almost left without people All had gone to Mr Bentleys trialS- CAFFOLD CANE Mar IMrs J W Todd is on the sick list this wookMr and Mrs A T Abney were the guests ol Mr and Mrs J S Waddle SaturdayThe- Rev J F Phelps held services at East Scaffold Cane Sunday and Sun day night anti expects to hold a few days meeting hero Rollio Davis and wife visited friends at Disputanta Saturday and Sunday Daddy Todd attended services at East ScaffoldI Cane Sunday for the first months Mrs Mary Davis visited friends on Scaffold Cane Sunday The repair work on East Scaffold Cane church house is expected to commence soon Messrs W T Lin ville and Robert Shearer visited friends in Madison county Sunday 0 M Payne and little son Stanley made a business trip to Berea Satur day Willie Shearer and wife of Brush Creek visited friends at Clear Creek SundayMrs Isaac Todd is very sick at this writingMr and Mrs T C Halt were the guests of Mr and Mrs Sill Shearer Sunday OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD Feb 28We have had some very nice days the past weekYour cor respondent has thoumumps William Duff Jr is making time count hauling goods for II H Rico Dr Kash is erecting a dwelling on the lent he recently purchased Corn and feed stuff are very scarce in this vicinity There are two new cases of smallpox since last report Misses Jane Moore and Lucy Rey nolds of Cow Feb 29G M Troadway of Levi has sold out his store to Price fc SonsThe winter here has been very cold with a great deal of snow James Combs says he is going to make his tiving this summer Bolliutj gar fishAllie Dalton has been sick Lewis Brandenburg of Madison county near Union loft hero Friday with a nice lot ofcattleVo all went to a social Tuesday night and wore fooled there wasnt any social MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Feb 29Mr William Mundy of Dayton Ohio is visiting his mother Mrs Lizzie Mundy of the East End The funeral of Mrs Lucy Brecken ridge was heldat the Plymouth church Tuesday afternoon Rev 0 A Nelson conducted itMrs Serelda Green who has boon quite III with asthma is much improved at this writ ingMiss Alice Simms has returned from Cincinnati much improved in health She has resumed her duties as teacher in the city schoolThe revival of the Bethel church closed Friday evening with a large number of accessions And still they are joiningDr Prudett has his office on the corner of Sutton anti Third streets lIe will be glad to see those in need of a physician WORLDS FAIR NOTES A very handsome art design piano has been donated by D H Baldwin Co of Louisville for the Kentucky building This instrument has been given outright All those wishing to add to the beauty of the interior of the Kentucky Building by contributions are asked to write to R E Hughes director of Exhibits Kentucky Worlds Fair Com mission Louisville Every exhibitor will be given full credit and every thing returned to the owners Plans are on foot to hold the 1901 encampment of the Kentucky State Guard at the St Louis Worlds Fair the latter part of May and the first part of June so all the soldiers will bo on hand for Kentucky Day cere monies Thursday Juno 2 Over two hundred Stato College cadets will bo encamped at the St Louis Worlds Pair ground from May 20 to Juno G They will help to make Kentucky Day Thursday Juno 2 memor able Kentucky was the first State out side the Louisiana Purchase Territory group to dedicate its building at tho Worlds Fair- Kentucky Day Thursday Juno 2 will be the first State day of the big FairAbout 800 will bo spout on the Worlds Fair exhibit from the Ken tucky Institute for Blind at Louisville Kentucky University at Lexington is planning a most comprehensive ed ucational exhibit Models of the college buildings are to bo shown including Transylvania the foun dation of the school system of Ken tucky dating from 1793 The Kentucky School for the Deaf at Danville is arranging an exhibit to cost 300- SONS OF JN G FEE PROTEST Continued from raIN may not only bring an injustice to the Institution now at Berea but in flict a great wrong ou the whole poo plo of Kentucky and be a backward step in the cause of Iruo advance ment and progress- If this great school had been a violator of law if its instructions had been immoral if it had been a hotbed of strife or of treason resulting in lawlessness or evil influences around about or abroad it might well deserve this blow from the hands of the law givers of the State but tho very re verse has been tho fact Bores Col lege has been a tower for good M almost all men now admit who know anything of the real workings and influences of this Institution Borea College has not boon a lawbreaker There is no disposition to interfere with the common school system We concede the right of the lax payers to legislate upon a school system that may be supported by the public fund This fact cannot be made too em phatic There has never boon a dis position to force this school upon the public or public charity Like tho varied religious denominations that we so freely tolerate in our laud Boron has grown UD not even sectari an hoping to do the people good and offering a liberal Christian education to all persons of good moral charac ter occupying the same platform as most of our best and largest institu tionsA portion of Beroaa charter roads The object of this college shall be to furnish the facilities for thorough education to all persons of good moral character This charter was granted by the laws of the Stale and has been in existence for more than 10 this understanding of the nature of this school good men from allover the land have given of their means Thousands and thousands of dollars have been expended in the county that has brought prosperity to the whole land round about Hundreds of young people who have al ready gone out from this school are showering grateful blessings upon their Alma Mater and are now a power in the land Berea was found ed by warmhearted Southern men The noble men from other States who came to help upbuild this grand good work have proven their devotion in that most of them have laid down their lives with their follow workmen and now peacefully sleep in the beautiful little cemetery by this great school they so faithfully toiled to establish At one time one of the earliest founders had perhaps more enemies in the State of Kentucky than any one man oven though he was a native of the State When death came to him it is safe to say he had not one enemy and was known and honored by many of the best citi zens One of Kentuckys most able men saidof him then Strong but just and merciful ho lived and worked and toiled and suffered for his follow man This was the character of the men who gave this Institution life and this same spirit lives on In the name of all that is honorable and just in the name cf God and humanity for the good of the whole State as well as the individual we beg of you do not let this bill become a law HOWARD S FEE EDWIN S FEE + + N4 + Usually Needed t I N IImalloans advance money on mortgage T I TIlIIIiHtWhenever you buy or sell prop erty let the business end of it pass through this hank We are confi I service dent you will be pleased with our tThe Berea Banking Cot M + 00000000000000000000000000o ii0O 5 Wisdom moans rood Judgment Good judgment means 0 probgo you get a square 0 0o 0 o o Granulated Sugar 4cObelisk Flour 76c Elephant Corn lOc S 16Cio soap 0 i 4 lbs Package Gold dust 15c a Potatoes bu 110 0 ioo 0 0 0 Stockall the way through in proportion this In why It o- o looks like everybody trades at 0af This space has been purchased by The Students Job Print Printers of The Citizen JOJO +O +O +o +o +O +O+O +O +O +O +O + 3 +O +O +O +O +O +O +O +O +O +O would make a bettor investment than one of our ioWhat + 0- o + 1 Selfpronouncing i o H Teachers Bibles i tAdvertised ton page 7 + 0 0 earlyi2 Regular 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