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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iresidunts OfiicB X Baron Col logo ItlI11i1tIIIt1i1F JAMES MILTON Editor and Publisher Kntrrtti llM Pot opkd at Strta Ay dads man maUtr IHI+H+H+IHIIH+ V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 1901 One dollar a year NO8U IDEAS A lH re lit n fellow who doesnt know when It In tlniu to chuiiKu ami smoke uiiollur brand Hxtrnct of klnilmtts Is n good lotion for Htnilmtl reliitlont- tWhiii l l n young innn froiuentRa HOP iHtH lint till Minfrctlonura It In pretty Jouoluhlcuoo that there 14 Homuthlui sluing TAKE NOTICE Any subscriber to Tin CITIZEN whose HiibHcriptlon is paid up may make ono free estimate in our WorMs Fair ContoRt for each 2f o Rant In and ho will ho given credit on liiR sulwcription from its present explra tion date whatever that Into in for the amount paid FROM THE WIDE WORLD A RiiHHian torpedo bout was lost at POH fho PrcflUlont of Uruguay South A nnrica in dead The ColombiaPanama canal rose in on trial in Paris France Tho Japanese fleet again bombarded the fortifications of Port Arthur The Riisnlan Government haM pro hibited tho exportation of horses from Ruitaia Tho prico of radium in now 12000 000 a pound an increase of 1200000 a pound in two days Martial law IJBH boon abolished in Honduras Central America order having beets restored Tho Russian torpedo flotlla attack wJ thn Japanewtcot off Port Arthur Eachside lost a torpedo boat Colombia has finally divided to do Hint from any further movement to recover tho lost territory of Panama Decorations were ofllowed on tllR commanders of the Run fan waaahlpa Varigaga and Koriotz for heroic con duct Provident Roosevelt directed the transfer of J John Barrett present Minister to till Argentine Republic South America to be Minister to the now Republic Panama IN OUR OWN COUNTRY An Anti Mormou party is being foinwl In Utah The Government Printing Ollico is to be equipped with typesetting ma chines Qujot prevails alSpringeld O Eigh teen companies of militia are patrol ling tho city It is stated that Patti has canceled all of her engagements in this country r and will go to England immediately A storm of unprecedented severity laM cut off California from communi cation with the remainder of the worldOIHcers of tho Ohio National Guard have received letters asking thorn to join a revolution to establish tho inde pendence of Canada Tho Clerk of tho House of Repre sentatives yesterday received six pack ages of testimony from D C Edwards and line from packagoaJohn D Whito in their contest against Congressman HunterAdmiral Walker is of tho opinion that during tho building of tho Pan ama canal tho zone will nontain a population of some 70000 souls about 40000 of which will be imported Chi namenCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Eastern capitalists aro reported to have purchase ton thousand acres of land in Eastern Kentucky The Kentucky Senate Friday passed the bill prohibiting the coeducation of the races in the State and it is now ready to be signed by the Governor Tho State Senate by a vote of 19 to 9 passod tho bill appropriating 120000- for n statue of the late Gov Goebol to bo placed in tho now State House Thorn is a probability that friends of Caleb Powers may soon make an appeal to Governor Beckbam to com mute his death sentence to imprison ment A petition is now circulating n tho eastern part of tho State Mrs J Taylor Ellington is under arrest in Bath county Ky charged with poisoning her husband and causing him to commit sucide two weeks ago at Morehoad Ky Tho warrant was sworn out by her step sonWilliam Newcomb was captured in a barn near Ml Vernon add lodged in jail It is alleged that he and Ansel Wilson who was killed last week at Somerset by on officer had boon stealing horses in Eastern Kentucky for somo time HHITHE CITIZEN IVOL BEFORE SENATE COMMITTEE Remarks Against House Bill No 25 as an Invasion of Personal Liberty and Academic Freedom by Pres Wm G Frost Gentlemen While it is a hardship to leave school duties for attendance here in Frankfort I find n real com pensation in tho pleasure of making tho acquaintance of the gentlemen of this important Committee My errand is to confer with you in regard to a proposed law which would sliest tho Internal management of the College over which I have the honor to preside And besides affecting this in stitution the proposed measure would have a widespread influence upon the general welfare of the Stato and upon the fooling between different sections of our country- I wish to confer with you most frankly as man to man We have common interests You are charged with tho duty of legislating for th general welfare of the whole people of the Commonwealth and tho manager of Berea College aro engaged in promoting this public welfare in the important lines of religion education and morality And the general problem of education and the uplift of belated portions of our population ia one in which the nation as a whole is interested No partisan or sectional foaling ought to come into our deliberations Few men have been privileged to have more friends and acquaintances on both sides of the old slavery divide than myself And I am greatly en couraged by knowing that the ulti mate desires of all patriotic people are alike We use different language in different places and pursue differ ent methods but our aims and asp ra tions our prayers and purposes areI tho same Stonewall Jackson was shot by his own men who mistook him for an enemy It will be a tragedy indeed if good men who desire tho same things for their country shall ever so misunderstand ch other as to attack those who urn their natural helpersAllow mo to toll tho story of tho sturdy Keutuckians who founded Boron College This school is a monu ment of tho antislavery sentiment our own Commonwealth Probably it could bo shown that a majority of tho white people in tho entire South regretted if thoy did not actively Opt pose the institution of slavery As feeling grow more and more intense many Southerners quietly sold their possessions freed their slaves and moved to the free States Kentucky felt this exodus and lost many of her coolheaded and conscientious people lint in Eastern Kentucky a large number of antislavery men of whom Cft88ius M Clay ia an example remained and continued to exercise their right of free speech It was at Clays invitation that the Rev JohnI G Fee of Bracken county first came and settled on the Berea ridge HeI was himself the inheritor of slaves but bad hoard tho call of duty to takeI up tho despised cause of abolition John Hanson and others of like spirit gathered around him and there thICollege was born If ever moo wereI led by a sense of duty to deny thorn selves and undergo hardships for tho sake of Christ it was these pioneers Somo of us know how much moral courage and how much bodily courage it required Mr Foes daughter told mo that in her childhood she thought no more of a mob than of a thunder storm she supposed everybody had mobs A few years ago on our corn mencement stage the Hon John D Harris who was one of tho company which warned the Berea teachers to leave in 1859 publicly shook hands with Principal Rogers and told him ho was glad indeed that he had re turned to the State The original constitution drawn up long before the war begins with the words In order to promote the cause of Christ and declares that the insti tution shall bo opposed to sectarianism slaveholding caste and every other wrong institution or practice and open to all young people of good moral character There was courage there was principle They may have been mistaken or ahead of tho times but they were certainly unselfish and in earnest And we are all glad today that there were some people opposed to slavery and that by Gods good providence that dark shadow has boon lifted from our land At the close of the Civil War the Bereans were able to carry out their plan and admit lIall young people ol good moral character During the next tweuty five years about half of tho students wore colored and in these years the Institution performed a work of incalculable value to the Commonwealth for it wan in those years that white and black were taking their first lessons in the new order of things Tho first colored teachers in nearly every county In the State received more or less education all they hAdnl Berea When the Stato was enabled by tho gift of the United States Government to establish the Normal and Mechan ical School for colored persons at Frankfort there would have been no colored man in the State fit to place at its head If it had not been for Berea College The first principal was John H Jackson of our class of 71 and tho present principal is James Hathaway of our class of 84 When ofeBerea we mention tho men on whom Kentucky has chiefly relied for the stability and progress of her colored populationmen like Williams of Covington Russell of Lexington Bate of Danville Estill of Mt Sterl ing Bell of Middlesboro Brown of Greensburg And we have furnished Taylor for the head of the Industrial School at Man 88all Va Lewis for the colored schools of Cairo III Bond for a great work in Nashville and Battle for a now Tuskegeo in Missis sippi Theso men were sought out Committees men who had served in the Confederate army came to Bores and took colored men out of our lower classes because they were so anxious to get Berea students to manage the colored public schools In recent years the growth of the colored Normal Schools at Frankfort and Lexington have diminished tho attendance of Negroes and we have given larger attention to other inter eats but this record shows that we have not brought up any undesirable type of colored people at Berea And Beroa was the first friend of the white people of Eastern Kentucky From tho earliest years our teachers have studied this territory and we are now famous throughout the world for our educational adaptations for the mountain region Berea understood the worth and prorrX of these people sympathized with their difficulties and has effected a great change in the mountains themselves as well as in the good name which the people of the mountains now bear wherever Boreas influence extends Our school has been a universal civ ilizor We have taught the people how to have a rotation of crops and how to gather chestnuts without cut ting down tho trees The majority of our students are provided with some form of manual labor so that thor acquire at onoo the habit of Industry skill in a useful trade and a little monoy toward their education Gambling liquor and tobacco are prohibited and actually banished Over 800 students signed the temperance pledge one night last week Scores of our young people go out overy summer to teach in the public schools each one carrying a little traveling library and each one expect leg to start a Sundayschool This Is the kind of work gentlemen which lays the foundations of national great rose deep in the hearts and lives of tho people 803 white 174 colored studentsAnd work because of its skill because of its success because of the spirit in which It is administered has attracted the attention of people who pray for the progress of the world Longfellows daughter sends an an nual gift Hamilton W Maine and Julian Ralph make long pilgrimages to visit us But there ia one pointand only one with which people at a distance people who have never visited Berea find fault We are criticized because it is said we do not make enough distinction between our white and our colored students This matter has been made a kind of redrag to in flame people against Berea In a memorial to the Legislature Boron and all its donors have been held up to execration as though we were in some way corrupting the morals of the people Lotus investigate calmly and see exactly what Berea College does and teaches on this point There is certainly a chance for honest differ Continued on page 8 1 that beauty and with is of our is work and comfort and will give more use than any other Our prices low can be made with goal workmanship + and qiiHltj The great number of satisfied that we have and a one is proof that we can please you gladly furnished Painting Repairing and Rubber pricesfor KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKSy c F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky 4WHHHHHJHH +11 IzJ H+ HIHH +I+ H I I + SEE OUR FINE LINE OF Arizona Heating and Cook Stoves and Ranges before you buy Try our Tinshpspouting and general repair and work but first class work ARBUCKLE SIMMONS Richmond Ky I I I loa 11 11 I I 11 I I I I 111 I I I I I I H I I I I I I I 11 t I I + +od o +o +o+o +o +O +0 +o ho +o + +o o +o +o +o +od o +o +o +o +o +o+o + o o 1i+ +o o+ + o You may depend upon it if its from 1 Orutolier Evans o 1 Its Good t+ +o 0 t M G Brown our is of the best in the profeao oaeon CRUTCHER EVANS iJoplin Old Stand Richmond Ky Ihonc 73 Night Phone 46to+o +o +o +o +oa o +odo +o +o+o +o +o +o +o +o +od o +o +o +o +o +o +oo Dry Goods Notions d Ladies Furnishings CLOSE PRICES- A fReliable House to dealwith WHITE GIBSON Main Street Dillingham Corner n Select Goods Notions and Ladies- Furnishings at the New Our stock is of exclus ive patterns in Laces and Em broideries special designs in La DryGoodsOur plan will be not to keep a large stock poorly selected but n select stock constantly renewed by all the styles and designs as fast as they come out Come in and see us Mrs Bettie Main Street Berea Ky F A combines comfort convenience one unexcelled for manship durability satisfaction for general family carriage made are as as consistent superior customers without dissatisfied Information guttering our specialty Nothing undertaker one Day Richmond Dry Store composed new Mason OPPOSITE BICKNELL II EARLY TENDER BEEF AND FRESH PORK Open every day from 4 oclock am to 9 oclock pm Meat delivered any where at anytime Buy your and Rings From the largest and best stock of Call and see our line of goods A J Opposite Burdettes Mill Berea Ky I I I I I I I I I J I I I J I t Is it to plan for repainting your House Barn and other buildings with Sold and guaran teed by the East End Drug Co Main Streets Bares Ky for The I1I1IIII4III Sixteen Eight Pages Chasteen Tankersley Engagement Wedding goldjewelry Thompson Not too Soon Hammar Brand Paint Subscribe Citizen Departments Family Carriage ridingbURgies SIMPLE HYPERMETROPIC ASTIGMATISM AND MIXED MYOPIC ASTIGMATISM Will stop many from school Ican give relief by making glasses that give a twisting refraction This is the most eyetroubles of your eyes have become squinted you had better be up and looking after me at once threodaysa card and I willcall at your room S McGUIRE Berea Kentucky TIME KEEPERS ITs sheer ertnl1lJrlnce m a worthless watch Buy a hlghclan timekeep er at price They save 0 money and are more tatitfaclory I Oun are guaranteed Write lor catalogue or tail GIRAROETCO iM Vert Xuht LrfniSs IT yen bT wtDongtas and the beet Ii tahadeaicn Tux genuine tome and prlee bottom E5T- IN o THE- WORLD JlJqHOa2Q tfolkt incrtaif sales ill fable tttatu I it M uo isle ifM9j airs I 1901 =l5i7aO Pairs Mart Than Doublet In four rear THEREASONS1v and rll more meni 1300 and 53 JO hoe than any other two manufacturer In the world W U ItougUi 3W and 3X0 ho t placed side by ilda with S3UO and fCM shoos of other makes are found to jut as They will outwear two pain of ordinary 300 and J3ZO shoes r Mad tlit bttt leather Including Patent Corona Kill Corona Colt and National Kangaroo Vu fl IlN aad al RIk W L DoUlrlaaJ600 Gilt Edge Line cannot price Mhoritiymull cealraeutnlagfee IIloss ta Ilrockton For sale byx1 R IR COYLE Berea Bring your watch clock and jewelry 7 repair work to W B Robe Co j Shop over poatoiiice Prices low All work guaranteed We have the best outfit in this end of Madison county r 11tENMN IThcrearemanyuusforaShotgunorRlfe 1864 The but and is tWeRifles Pistols t Shotguns eraensa r the to inmtntt Cat no tuUtltute Thend annul snout do oUaln them letwlllt If Intemted LIddirestPol receipt ct Viva rcunt e Try oat sea pull ol oun II will keep guesazeg until you oire amt rIMs Ms rI luuKmcft ae tonrecetplotlwoeoaatamreAdbn COLChicopee Falls Mass nn THE FIRST SNOW The gray cloud blow Young vliutM blnt Soon lUkir of snow Kly ifji uiJ fast The aaktil tree With withered arm Still ineleiwly 1oicfemJs the storm The wood the rule TIll brown hls crttt This tteld the dill ic whltt are dressed With tflltale track Th rabbtt speedo Jljr briar and brake Tbmugu tangled weeds VVhtMv Ihs flower The wnvinx grain Thnt decked the moor Ilnrtchwl the plaint WtocrcB the wren The finch the lurk Thit tuned the glen rum dawn till dart The wind ilea low rho iiUht rilla still A world or snow Spread white and chill That alls not dead Yon robin glow Reveal a world Unchlllcd by snow Thcro contort reigns Theres life and mirth Gray winter run A glowing hearth Charles K Mllroy In Clilrago fl cord Herald THEMISSiSSIPPIBUBBLE By EMERSON HOUGH Author oJ The Staryof the Cowboy The Oltl at tho Hallway nouscEtc f Copyright tm bj Eintnoa cough WIAPTKU XV CoNTlNfKH What cried a voice You Lady Catharine Why how Is this It was the voice of Will hat1 whom oho know but who certainly was not the one who had brought her hither The Lady Catharine accepted this last situation as one no longer ablo to reason She sank down in the carriage seat shivering Is all well asked Will Law eag erly He Is safe said Lady Catharine Knollyb It Is done It Is finished What docs this mean exclaimed Wilt Ills carriage there It Is It gor 3 to the shipto the Pool Ho and alary Connynge are only Just ahead of tis You may hear the wheels Do you snot hoar them She spoke with lead en voice and her head srk heavily What My brother Mary Con nynge In that carriage hat canyon mean My God Lady Cttharlnc tell me what do you mean J do not know sad Catharine Knolls All things nov seemed very far way from her Hei head sank gently forward and she heard not the words of the man who frantically fought to awaken her to speech From tho prison to London Pool was n Journey of some distal ce across tho streets of London Will law railed out to the driver with savagery In IIH nolcc Ho shouted cured Implored promised and betimes held one hand under the soft heavy tresses of thin head now sunk so humbly forward The mad ride ended at the quay on Thames side where the shadows of the tall buildings lay rank and thick upon the earth where tarry smells and evil odors filled tho heavy air penetrat l none the less by the savor of the keen salt air More than one giant form was outlined In the broad stream yes sels tall and ghostlike In the gloom shadowy suggestive bearing Imprint and promise of far lands Across the jwa To tho brigantine beyond cried Will Law to the whcrryman who came up We want Capt McMastcrs of the Polly Perkins For Cods sake quick Theres that afoot must be taught up within the moment do you heart Thin wlierry man touched his cap and quickly made ready his Moat Will Law understanding naight of this swift coil of events and not daring to leave Lady Catharine behind him at the carriage made cluwn tho stairway half carrying the drooping figure which now leaned weakly upon his shoulder Pull now man Pull as you never Ud before cried he and the wherry rrnan bent hard to his oars Yet great as was the haste of those who put forth Into the foggy Thames It was more than equalled by that of one who appeared upon the dock even as the creak of tho oars grew fainter In the gloom There came the rattle of wheels upon the quay and UIP pound of a driver lashing his horses A carriage rolled up and there sprang from the box a muffled figure which resolved Itself Into the very embodiment of haste Hold tho horses man he cried to Ua nearest bystander and sprang swiftly to the head of tho stairs where u loiterer or two stood Idly gazing out Into the mist which overhung the water Saw you aught of a man he de Tnandcd hastily a man and a woman a tall young woman you could not nilfitale herY Twas the Polly Green way they should have found Toll me for Gos sake has any beat put out from this stair Why sir replied one of the whcrry imen who stood near by pipe In mouth and hand In pocket since you mon tlcn it there was a boat started but this Instant for midstream They aoutht McMosterc brigantine the Pclly Vrkns that lies Tntla fc younIg woman mledoubt the lady was ill Got nu a boat cried the newcomer A sovereign five sovereigns ten sovcrtii3 a hundred but that ship must not weigh anchor until I board her lo you hear The ring of tho Imperative vlee and moreover the ring of good lag Bah coin sot nil the dock astir Straightway there came up nnothci wherry sign two lusty fellows whir laid her at the stair where stood tin inpatient stranger Hurry men he cried TIs llf e Anti tenth =tis more than life anti deathAnd such fortune attended Sir Ar thur Pembroke that forsooth he went over tho tide of the Polly Porklni oven as the gray dawn began to break over the narrow Thames and even ai the anchorions of the crew struck up CHAPTER XVI WHITHER A few hours later a coppery slowly dispersed tho morning nits above thin Thames The same sun warmed the court yards of the London jail which lately had confined Jolt Law convicted ot the murder of Boat Wilson gentleman It wan dUcovoroc that tho salt John Law had In sons superhuman fashion climbed tin spiked walls of the Inner yard Tht jailer pointed out the very spot wherE this act had been done It was not plain how he had passed the outer gates of the prison yet those were nol wanting who said that he had overpowered tho turnkey at the gate taker from him his keys and so forced hilt way out Into London city Far and wide went forth the proda nation of reward for the apprehensIon of this escaped convict Yet thought the authorities of tin law undo full search In London nm Indeed in other of the principal citlo of England they got no word of the escaped prisoner The clouded dawn which broke over the Thames below the Pool might have told its own story There sat upon the deck of the good ship Polly Green way outbound from Thames mouth this same John Law He regarded Idly the busy scenes of the chipping about him Ills gaze dull and listless Tooled without Joy upon the dawn with Tilt UVKMNO I1IVOITAC out Inquiry upor the far horizon For the lirat time in all his life John Law dropped his head between ills hands Not so Mary Connynge Good sir cried she merrily tis morning Lets break our fast and so sut forth on our voyage So now we are free said Law dully could swear there were shackles on me yS we are free said Mary Con nynpc and all the world Is before us Uut saw you ever In nil your life a man so dumbfounded as was Sir Arthur whim ho discovered twas I ani not tie Lady Catharine had stepped Intrt tho carriage That confusion of ths iiirrlafics was like to have cost m everything I know not how your brother made such mistake He said he would fetch me home the night Gemini It sure seems a long way about And whore may bo your brother now or Sir Arthur or tbo Lady Catharine why tie as mu h confused us though twere all In a play But Sir Arthur cried that my was for France Yet hero they tell m that this brigantine Is bound for th mouth of the St Lawrence In Amer lea What then of thlll other and what of my brother what of uswha of Why I think this said Mary Con nyngc calmly That you do very well to be rid of London Jail and for own part tis a raro appetite the sal air ever gives mc Upon the same morning tide there was at this very moment Just setting aloft her sails for this drat high alra of dawn the ship of McMasters the Polly Perkins bound for the port of Brest She camo down scarce a halfdozen cable lengths behind tho craft which born the fugitives now beginning their Journey toward another land Upon the loch of this ship oven as upon the other there were those who wiled eagerly for the dawn There were two men here Will Law and Sir Arthur Pembroke and whether their conver sation had been roro eager or more angry were hard to tell Will Law broken and dejected his heart torn by a thousand doubts and n thousand pains sat listening though hut hall comprehendingEvery gone wrong cried Sil Arthur Kvory plan gona wrong and out of It all wo can only say that ho has escaped from prison for whom no prison could bo enough of hell Though he be your brother I tell It to your face the gallows had been too good for John Law I ook you below See that girl pure as an angel as noble sad generous a soul as over brcathod what path she done to deserve this fate You Imvo brought her from her home timl to that home she cannot now rt turn unsmirclied And all this for a man who Is at this moment fleeing with time woman she doomed her friend What Is there loft In life for herrIown hood deeper In his lends What Is there left for any of its t said he What Is there left for pies For out said Sir Arthur qlllj tlonlngly Why t next ship bark from Brest or from ary ether port France TIs somewhat different ofIa women You do not understand said Law The separation means somo vhat for me Surely you do not mean you have no reference to Mary Connynge cried Sir Arthur Will bowed his head abjectly and left th other to guess that whtah sat upon hU mind Sir Arthur drew n long breath and stopped hllll angry pacing up and down WillisI had no thought of this Twos I prlsouIShe told me she was but tlio messen gem of the lady Catharine Sir Arthur drew a long slow breath Then I may say to you said he that your brother John law is a hundred times more traitor and felon than even now I thought him Yon der he gooaand he shook Ills flJ Into the enveloping mist which hung above the waters Yonder ho goes somewhere I give you warning whirr he deems no trail shall bo left behind him lint I promise you whatever bp your own wish I shall follow him Into the last corner of the earth but he shall see rao and give account for this There It none of us he has not deceived utterly and like a blackhearted villain lie shall account for It though It be years from now CHAPTKU XVII Tilt won OF TUB WRIT Nearly a league farther Du Mesne and the sun but an hour lilah Core let in Imnten You are right Monsieur Lss rp plied tho one addressed us the first speaker seated himself on the thwart of tho boat In whose bow he had been standing Bend to It rhea anils John Law turned about on the soot iaUnti tack over the length of the little hlp which had brought him and Its comrades thus far on the wildest journey he had over undertaken Six paddlers there wore for this great canot tin Nord and steadily enough they vent tfce thinshelled craft along over the nrlinK blue waves of the great inland sen And now their voices In one ac curl frll Into the cadences of an an ictr boatuong of New France Fn roulant nm boule roulant- Itnnlnnt rouler non boule roulnnt Time ictus of the moamiro marked rime for the sweeping paddles and ender the added impetus the paper shell reinforced a It was by close kid splints of cedar and braecl by the filterfastened thwarts lalrly yielded to the rush of the wavs as the stalwart paddlers sent It ylnR forward A tiny blur of white slowed about the hows and now and teen a splash of spray came inboard or some little curling white cap was divided i y the rush of the swiftly moving iroxvWo shall not arrive too soon my friend rejoined the captain of the voyageurs costing an eye back across the groat lake which lay black end ominous against a threatening sky Ihn sweep and swirl of Its white caps over racing hard after the frail craft an though eager to break through Its paper sides and tear away the human beings who thus lied on so lightly Thla boat mysteriously appearing ns though It were some spirit craft called from the ancient deeps was far from tho beginning of Its wHd Journey Wide as the eye might reach then arose no fleck of snowy canvas noi similarscraft propelled by oar or paddle They were alone thono travelars Be fore them at the entrance of the wide arm of the great lake Mlehi anon lay the point even at that early day known as the Door of the Wet the beginning ledinnfo alluring and so unknown The tyos of all wero flxc1 on tho low white fora5est hand Thin spot so wild so remote FO significant It was hume for antiw woman lay back palefaced and wildeyed among the bales In tho great canoe In time the graceful craft approached wavesstImposing force With the water yet halfleg deep Iu Mcsnc and two of the paddlers sprang bodily overboard and hold the boat back from the peb ilea so that Its tender shell might not bs damaged Law himself was as soon as they In tho water and he waded back along tho gunwale until ho reached tho stern the water nearly up to his hips Reaching out his arms ho pinked up Mary Connyngo from her 1seat and carried her dryshod ashore bending down to catch some whispered word Not no gallant was Du Mesnc tho leader of tho voyageurs Ho ut tered n few sharp words of semi coni ruand to the Indian woman who had beon seated on tho floor of tho canoe 1and she without protest crawled for ward over the thwarts and the heaped bundles until she reached tho bow nnd then went ankle deep Into tho creaming load flee great canoe loft empty and anchored safe from the pebbles of tho Leach tossed light as a cork on tho Incoming waves A little open space was quickly found at the cdgo of the cove In which the disembarkation was made and hero Du Mcsno and his followers HOOD kicked uwny the twigs sad eled out n smooth place upon tit grass Each man produced frnru hi bP n broQdbladed knife nnd for Hi rao meal lunppearcd In the deep funr ofI overgteens whirl lined H fl ire Fairly In the twinkling of at cvr a frame of bent poles was male tjiv n which were spread wtrlp o wnilk birch hark from tin cargo of d M Ilea Over tho spaces left un r rcl by the supply of bail olioe th r e laid down loie main made by In Hsu hands from drift reds and h1isaffording no latciialCerablo p ce ton against time woatitr lnild IIT bales of goods end packages of tn visions wer ludy nrraLsel In i OT fortable fashion Gaudy blniii s w spread ujMin ls s of soft shin t the buffalo Thu Indian WOTJIT J meantime struck n fire whosn fn blue nt nO curled laleward in it evening air Quickly and vili tu system of experienced campaUu ri to evening bivouac had been pnpir and wildly plthRIII It must have Bermed to n bytan v had there UID indeed any prumibic vtcXtor within many leagues Far enough was this Item chi tur moll of London which Law and his companion hind left nearly a year b fora far enough still from tin wlM capital of Now France where they had spent the winter after laiulicc 91 nnitli by chance as through any iia0 at tho burl of the Si LswretiT Ever L demon of unrest drove Is w forward over there beckoned to him that Irro slitlblo Wet of which ho was one of the oarllKt to feel the harm Farther and further westward swift and swifter than over the boats of the lur traders hall made the journey before ho and huts party led by Ot Mesne the cxstalleyslnve and wanderer whom Law hind by rlmre m1 again and gladly at Montreal hi made the long and dangemiB run Ithe lakes past Mlciilllmacklni dwn- the lake of MIhl non hpailpt in ward the Interior of n new continent which was then oa for nratlon after then tho land of wondiois 11 tames of grated enterprises It I9Ca nlUcent promises and fminr e rifr meats The bales and buns i f this bivouac belonged to John Law tw ntby gold from the gaming tai f Montreal and Quebec and veun to th one great Imanl whlih TtiAi to him most irresistibly th haze II f lift anti fortune III a far Ian where I might live tinnelKhboml and wh TO 10 might forget Gambler in Enslsi I gambler again In New France n w trading furmerchant and Miymri r lie was as always on adventir IiMosne and his hardly rrsw hailed n already AS a urn captain of th1 trill a now courour won from flee oil World by the savage witchery of iho New He was ihelr brother and head he Indeed owned longer year of train Ing his keennena of eye his erenh- of arm his tiroheseness of limb t1l1 hardly have been rrwter that Mx seamed In his first oyage to fhe V ttt Teas lee prlutempi Tuft des nouvellw hummnl Du Means na he bualed hu self abut the camp cMiInx the whit- a cautious eye to note the procreii of the threatening storm Tous lea nmnniB Chnngcnt den ranltrouM Jamal4 le bon vln ncndort Lnntour nw reveille To III ConttmirU A CADDYS GRATITUDE II Wa Nlnppri bet III ll jirm luu of It MlKhl Unto llrtu happier A certain Liverpool insurance manager wont nil usual In play golf tie other afternoon fie caddy wa very ragged aud It appealed to tin tender heart of the Insurance Presently ho frtuml manIIng that the boy Will ho lUc the lad thin Inevitable oae thing and bao him go at once and t fool When thin game was over It aVxr the lad to come with him to Ms houe and take one of the Insurance man ngers old suits anti this the Lay graio fully did lilt by bit tho klsdly mJinscr wormed from him the story ot h M pendent mother and before Jo lad had finished it was deckled o send a load of coil und a round of Ii to the motherThe eyes were full of earn He wished to pay something In Hio kindly direction but It WIIB cvldiiil that he could not fashion hits thoughts Into words Please sir ho began Oh noiisenHC my lad Dont men inn It Bo a got lad thats all Then the caddy could no longer re strain himself Tho kindly thought which was nt time bottom of his heart broke through Please sir Im so sorry that you ore such a bad player CaMollf Journal A PnliHi1 llrnrfnrrlr A woman whose husbands Imnni forces them to change their rctildenci frequently tells a llttlo story of herself which Is good enough to record among the kind deeds and generous philos ophic of tho world There Is a great deal of talk nowadays oho aaa about planting good deeds antI cult vating fine thoughts lot me add something to this latcnlay phllantroiy and nltrulrm It h very slrnpia Whenever I find mj elf In a new ro glen I secure permission to plant In the autumn a dozen crocuses tsnally I move away before tho crocuses bloom but tho people who como after me must enjoy thoso dainty hold brave little faces that bloom before the snow has left us f am sure It Is uood foi people to bn host to such guests The cheerful little plants muit Inspire good thoughts and good thoughts ilaplrn good deeds So I plant crOUItI1 I Is my special mission Yciuvn Ow paoloa DR V H HOBSON jt Dentist KvtoJ Wakoful Children For a long time the two year old child of Mr P L McPhorson H9 N Tenth St Harrisburg Pa would sloop but two or three hours In the early part of the night which made it very hard for the parents Her mother concluded that tho child had stomach trouble and gave horI half of one of Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets which quieted her stomach and size slept tho whole night through Two boxes of these Tablets have effected n permanent cure and she is now well and strong For sale by S E Welch Jr tea proa r ty s sd roen JtsoerwmehtwM1p rrs eott 54 rpaoa 5St1St- 1MSWIFTLCO ri1ia Opp 113 Patent otea wesles o C Moro Riots Disturbance of strikw are not near ly as 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 so rtlicient to cure disorders of tho Liver or Kidneys at Electric Hitters Its a wonderful tonic and effective nervine and the greatest all around medicine for rundown systems It dispels Nervous ness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only FiOc and satisfaction guaranteed by the Kaht End Drug Co Druggists 8 Good Investment For 8171 I will sod by ciprrM not prpddf- eompta w lpattury Tlnr ph with Drr lUtlrr onini with rail 10I itructloni cur If irnlni TIMGKAIMI OPKUATING A fascinating itiiilj that will entbUyou to taro I wcns- endfurmfTrleFrph CaUlnr which huquiteI It Islam or for tUo Mk tug win send Tdtphoua Catalog HERMAN C TAFEL CVCHTTHINQ IICCTDICAU u w Jirr 5 PMt He louioint It snvod his log P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffered for six mouths with a frightful running sore on his leg but writes that Bucklens Arnica Salvo wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the best salvo in the world Cure guaranteed Only 2Eo Sold by East End Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM Beroa College hu secured market for homespun and homewoven goods such as bed coverlids linen dress blankets etc at follow log prlcesICoverlids f 4 to 16 Linen 40 to W cents a yard Dross Linsey 50 cenU a yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyesIa pair White Unsay and white blanket are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 21 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who vanto to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For Information apply in per IOU or by letter la Mrs Hettie W Graham irs If Mr J M Alton 109 E Jacob Street Louisville Ky says My wife has for HOIMO thins boon troubled with rough hands und totter After using about ono half bottle of Pftracamph tho trouble has touch to hor satisfaction IIfromgreat relief Parncamph makes the skin soft smooth and healthy J Is your harness w In goodrepair Spring plowing will soon bo hero Got roiuly for it beforehand by put ting your harness in good shape from our splendid line of II Collar Pails llnrIHack Hands llamo Chains Breeching Trace Chains Homes etc If you need a Now Set of Harness wo have the boat Our priers are ex tremely low when you consider the qualityT J MOBERLY Main steel ritbmonit lywDo You Want Strongth If you want to increase your strength you must add to and not take from the physical In other words the food that you eat must be digested assimilated nnd appropriated by the nerves blood and tissues before being expellixl from the intestines KodolIDyspepsia Cure adds to the physical It gives strength to and builds up strength In tho human system It is pleasant to tho taste and palatable and the only combination of digest ants that will digest the food and enable the system to appropriate all of Illt health and strength giving quail ties Sold by the East End Drug C- oMONIIMENTS tttutYraa Hdtton Granite end Mrbl Work of all kinds dOM in a wnrkmanlikH manner at roa satiable prices and with itinpatch Allwork gear- anlexi by GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky fbrn nf Miln and roIlIIIHIa Mothers Llstopll Protect your babies from that dreaded disease Croup by applying Pnrncatnph freely and giving ten to fifteen drops internally Parncamph is safe and sure It dots not contain any Cocaine Opium or Chloroform It is mothers remedy and should bo in every home every day in the year Ask S K Welcb Jr Druggist Tis the Comfort Lino FREERECLINING CHAIR CARS On the popular HENDERSONROUTE Between LOUISVILLEI EVANSVILLEST The WEST And- SOUTHWEST As we are the orginators of oJ II Free lleclining Chair Car service between Louisville and St Louis dont you think it would pay you in traveling to Get the lIeu demon us Route habitItw- ill IAsk us about ItIL J Irwin Oenl Piss Agt 0o L Garrett Trav Pass Art LOUISVILLE KY r I THE CITIZEN j I4nHHlHMHlHtMMlIll t t1It tNIIIItIMti1 1II 1 Eastern Kentucky News No omeipondence publlihed unless signed In full by the writer The name li not for publication but a an evidence of good faith Write plainly HH111IEit fIIH 111111IIH f1IItfIH H+1H Hi111I1 + ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE March 8RovJW Lambert anti Henry Haniblcu Jr wept to Cillclll1 nati Tuesday ou business Mr Mm J II Coyle visited Mr and Mm 4p J H Lambert Sunday John Ham bleu and family moved from Boron to Booues Gap last week Hisses Amandia and Sallie Weaver visited their grandparents Mr and Mrs Eden Wren last Saturday and Sun day Bethel Wren who Lies been very nick for several days ia Homo better Tom Wrrn and family of Solder Switch visited friondn bore Sunday Rev J W Lambert wont to Clear Creek Monday to olliciato at the marriage ol Mta Jennie Kowlette of that place to Mr John Simpson of Big Hill They have our best wlihoa Mm Margaret Simms of Snider Snitch vaited Mrs J W Lambtrt last weok Mlllard the small child of Mr and Mrs B L 1ovntor has been very sick for the last few dayNr Lue Siugloton w who has been visiting relative here kai returned to her homo at Hock fordMary Singleton III visiting friends at Fell Lick this week LIVIN6STON March lOClrll Mulliui was in y Berea Monday J as Cooper U C Wade and W B Slgtnou were in Mt Vernon Monday W FI Soden the asstant freight agent is able to work again John Quinn and Miss Talitha Mullins were marric Iai- tTbureday1re Juinu Leer died with smallpox last week It is reported that there am several cases in this county W B Simmon bought of K C Wade one store house and lot for tOODid Griffin wen in Stanford last Friday Mrs Emily Mullins is visiting relatives here this we kMarch 15JIV Baker visited in Mt Vernon Sunday David Owens died Friday morning alter a brief ill ness with pneumonia His wile and t two of his boys are in a very bad condition with pneumonia Supt 0 M Ballanl was here repairing his pro perty Friday There was n wreck ou the Louisville and Nashville railroad near Maretsburg Sunday night but an one was hurtSam Mullins line the mumps Emit Quinn and wife visited friends at Mullion Station Sunday A N Brntly has completed a fence around his yard which adds greatly to tho property Loth in beauty 4and value ROCKFORO Mcurs I L and Carper Martin visited friends in Madison county SuullaUrllull Mrs 1111 Step hens visited friends on Clear Creek last week Miss Virgin R Martin is visiting her sister Mrs Bottie Ogg in Madison county thiwook J K Hammond and wifo visited friends near Boren Sunday and Monday Robert Shearer left for Illinois on th- e14Died March the 13th Mrs Sarah A Rector aged about 77 years OISPUTANTA March 16Diedon the 10th James Loman and ho loaves a wife and five ikildreu to mourn his loseJ W Auglii and family have moved back from Hamilton 0 Miss Lucy Ab- ranis who has boon visiting her sister Mm Shearer has returned home Urn Ellen Abuoy and Miss Wilniouth Owens were over from Orlando on business this wook Robt Shearer will start for Fairlaud 111 this week Rev W J Chasteen the newly oilled pastor at Clear Crook preached as interesting aormon Sunday Squire O V Owens was called to Climax last week to hold an inquest over the body of Robt Reed who was found dead at his barn The hogs had almost eaten him upI C Sharp will move back to Berea this week SIAFFOLD CANE March HJames Howard and family were visiting friends in Madi Ion County Sunday Sundayschool is progressing nicely at Dog Walk Isaac Wilt visited friends on Dog Walk Sunday He is planning to at L tend the Worlds Fair at St Louis H E Northern is having lumbered to enlarge his house for an Orphans Horn Miss Vergil Martin visited friends in Madison county last weekMrs Mary Reynolds and Miss Addle Abrams visited Misses Sallie and Dellie Shearer Sunday Dalton Waddle visited Jas Daugh fr 7 erty Sunday Colonol Baker wlrn has been in Indiana for the past year is homo nRalnJ S Waddlo is very sick with grip Rollio Davis and wife visited homo folks Friday Daddy Todd was in Madison county Sunday Robert Shearer of this place has gono to Arcola Illinois fora yoar OWSLEY COUNTY TRAVELERS REST Farmers in this vicinity are getting ready to make cropMr Loe Con glotou got several of his logs to tho Kentucky River during tho recent tide in Sturgeon creek Stephen Craudell of Stanton is visiting his many friends at this plneoJ D Creech has closed his school at Row lands Chapel Ho taught a good school there old made many friends in that districtJ D Cieoch and P M loro are the examiners in Owsloy county this year- MAOISIN COUNTY DREYFUS Mar 12Mil1l Cyana Young of Redlick has teed visiting friends hero this wlOkMIIIII Hnttin and Jessie Young of Kingston attended church at this place Sunday Speed Mo Ke hanand wife were tho guests of J C Powell and family Sunday J C Powell made a business trip to Livingston last weokUev Jas Young and wire wore the guests of J K Snndlin and family Sunday Miis Sallie Young has returned from Jackson Brenthilt county where she has been visiting her sister Mrs Lu- Is UftukllW P Snndlin is visiting his father LewisSandliu in Fayette county this weakDied on tho third little Unos Sandlin ago seven months Tho bereaved family have the sympathy of all WALLACETON March 14Miss Katie Wylio has loon very sick tho past weekRev Sturgill is holding a series of meetings at time M E church Nssisted by Rov Young Binntn Pitts and Bige Estridge will start to Mansfield III the first of this week Chnrlio Rogers line rented his farm out to Rev Lunsford and moved to the city of Wallsceton and retired from business Oscar Haitt who has been in Clove land for twenty mouths working in a stove foundry CHIIIO home last Wed nesday for a two months visit with his parents Miss Addie Baker of Boron was the guest of her undo andaunt Mr and Mrs Wallace last wtOkM- J Gabbnrd is visiting O B Gnbbnrd this wooklillll Mary Todd who has been visiting Miss Mattie Keen at Mansfield III for a month returned last week reporting a nice timeEb Brockmau was thrown from a horse Tuesday and sprained his ankle Oscar Gabbnrd and R U Sopor and wife will start for Tuscola III Satur day MissesSarah and Alice Lawson were the guest of Misses Sallie and Lucy Cado Sunday night MASON COUNTY MAYSVILE Mar 1LMrs Amanda Brooke ridge is quito ill at her homo on Fifth St William Butler and Mrs Fnnnio Jackson wore recently married at the homo of her sister Mrs Mary Straw der on Lawrence Crook Mrs Joseph inn Brady and her daughter Nannio attended the Annual M E Confer ence during the past wPlknev E Combs of Grave Alley is quito ill with rheumatism Fourteen converts were immersed in the Ohio river nt the foot of Limestone mtreot Sunday morning Thro worn twentysix accessions to tho Bethel church dur ing tho revival Miss Mayme Bell teacher of Murphysvillo schoolspent Sunday at her homo In this citv Miss Odessa Adams formerly of this city died in Ontario recently The young men of Maysvillohavoorganiz od a club known as the Y M S S club The following are the officers Win Brown President Arthur Whaloy Secretary and Wm Hinton Treasurer TILE INDUSTRY AT WACO Madison county la justly proudof her different industries and none are meeting with more success than the tiling factory at Waco One of the lar gent owners and in fact tho promoter of this industry is Hon C L Searoy Last week a shipment of clay was made to St Louis to be used in build ing tho arch for the Kentucky build ing This arch will bo covered with somo of tho clay shingles which are receiving PO much attention Bomdes this Mr Soarcy will ship a lot of brickd tiling clay shingles jugs and other pottery to bo exhibited at tho Fair Lexington capitalists aro inter ested in this wuterpriHo and they pro POHO to slake it one of the first concerns of the country An order was recently received by the company from Now York for clay to ho used in making models and works of arts by Mr Barnhart We are proud that ths industry is meeting with such success and we will bo glad to sen its continued growth Richmond Cli max OPENING OF SPRING TERM The Spring Term opened yesterday Several improvements have been made for the transaction of business that tho throngs of students were duly registered and assigned to c asses with less trouble than over A consid erable number of new students ap peared as well as students of former years who return after a long inter val of teaching Among the new stu dents we notice L L Shadoan one of the best teachers of Pulaski county Mr Creel Whismnn of Tor rent C B Woodard of Nelsonville 0J W Kinner of Uansford Ky J A Mills of Whitosville Margaret and Pnttie Moyers of Clover Bottom Mrs Eva Godeby Bethelridge Ky Martha Lake is back from Evergreen and Eva Click is back from Kerby Knob Anona is the hit o the season Hear it at the Band Concert March 22 Kentucky Patents GrantedlthiPl week Reported by C A Snow Co Patent Attorneys Washington D CS E Foreman and R T Lightfoot Paducah water filter S W Ludlow Covingtou non refillable bottle B T Milliken Epperson bed or cushion W Shan non Louisville bedbottom Fur copy of any of above patents send ten cents in postage stamps with date of this paper to C A Snow it Co Washington D C TAKE NOTICE Any subscriber to THE CITIZEN whose subscription is paid up may make one free estimate in our Worlds Fair Contest for each 25owiut in and he will be given credit ou his subscription from its present expiration date whatever that date is for the amount paid Like ALof the Others Ve lucid Rival hopes that John would do soiiie thing original but he has sadly disappointed us What has happened now He has vented n Hying machine A Favorite Romody for Bablos Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Rent edy a favorite with the 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 the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack For sole by S E Welch Jr WOOD FOR BEREA COLLEGE Contracts for the supply of wood for Boron College for the comic year are now being assigned by th Treasurer 175 per cord will be paid for sound body wood delivered at tho College buildings Persons wishing to furnish wood should se the Treasurer and secure a contract before it is nil assigned A Slight Reservation So Jenkins lost everything when he failed 7 Ves All was lost bur honor and what he luid In his wifes inline Misses One Trial True Moses was tho meekest man Perhaps that ever waa nut then It never was Lila lot To drop a nickel In tho slot And got the busy buz- zWarning When you ask a druggist for Para camph be sure you get it There is nothing just as good Paracamph is guaranteed to cure Piles Eczema Tetter Itch Salt rheum etc Re member tho name Puracumph 25 cents FOR SALE FARM AND TIMBER LAND 130 Acres yougfruiting about 100 trees 10 acres in light timber good for firewood etc Limestone npriu r water suilieient for two or three CamiI lies all the Small harnImated to produce about 00 cords of tanbark tend 4000 railroad crosstieh or 200000 feet lumber All tracts joining so as to make one complete farm- LOCATED on Mt Zion 0 miles southeast ui Panoln Railroad Station and 7 miles southwest of Irvine Estill KyFor callon J R Smith on tho form For price and deed call on or address W D Smith Box 204 Btrea Ky Azbill Azbill Are headquarters for STUFFfOf all kinds W e are closing out a lot of china and tin ware afro a lot of mens Pants and Hats for less than cost For 1fJO you can get nice Hat and a pair of rants Work Shirts from 20c to 30c regular SOc and 50c shirts Ono Mlle Kust of Boron ou tho Big Ulll 1lko SHE MUST HAVE BEEN A KENTUCKIAN Where aro you Rolng my pretty maid To the Worlds Kalr at St Loulnilr herald Over what line will you travel my dear wild hI- Over the Henderson Home of router said rho Why over that road ilo you got he Bald For Free ICcrllnlng Chair Corn air Ibo said And where tiles thus Palace ol Travel said he Irma KuntuckylhroiiRh Krunivllle to St Louis ho Mid You Menu to be pleas t with thnt line he said they lire Good Service originators sir she Mild Im traveling another route titan good Mid he- Youll have to show me kind alt said she ill lines look alike tome herald can only tea one The Henderson she sold I need mo a helpmate my dear said he Wont you travel to St Louis my wife with me Idahe11Iutfor IThen will you not come my way ho said So Im forthe Henderson any day she eald Is myloveNo but the Cholcal of Routes It dear sir wild she How then can I wed you fair maid he saId Ort tile Henderson Route habit lint theuld MORAL TO MEN This lady wan undoubtedly accusomed to the teat and would have no other Therefore If you would wedded and happy be Get Tho Henderson Route Habit Tls a good habit to acquire Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little worker Dr Kings Now Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day curing Indi gestion Biliousness Constipation Sick Headache Rndall Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25c at East End Drug Co Berea Ky un to participate in the Great Worlds Fair Contest in which these prizes are given The subject matter of this great contest is the Total Paid Admissions during May the first month of the Great St Louis Worlds Fai- rConditions of this Great Contest Old SUHSC1UUKUS For each 25c paid on your SI 23 55 00 be 1st But Yourself Well Sick All we can Is Of easy But our Is a to most for we offer to you the first of our free If It falls to not afford to this our was on the kind of put a In the poor Dr as Is a medi cine that cures tho It than one in ten to All ask of Is to try Dr for your If sleeplessness nervous muse loss poor St etc will to or your You are the yearbecameso that we were compelled to him of school had to him gave Dr a trial Ten with and Pills our boy to healthMR S Co Co Mo FREEWrite us will mall Free Trial of Dr the New for Pain Also Symp for our to your case and tell Is and how to Absolutely Free DR MEDICAL ELKHAKT AZBILLSI- s the to ing are headquarters for comet 1 OUR WORLDS FAIR CONTEST I opportunity account to THE CITIZEN can ono If 100 on your ou can free if 200 eight free guesses on subscribers sending 25c for a can one estimate sending 0c for a ti months 2 100 for a 4 200 for 2 S and on estimates in the Blank below and to TilE CITIZEN The of the Secretary of the showing the attendance during the first of tho determine are to the prizes the awards bo by a disinter a chance to win a a chance to the Capital of 500000 the one who guesses on the of contest The to pay prizes is deposited in the Savings Detroit Michigan the Association and can used for no In case of a tie or two estimators equally will be divided equally Here the List of the nearest correct estimate or 500000 the second nearest estimate or time third nearest correct estimate 100000 the fourth nearest correct 50000eor For tim nearest correct estimate or guess 20000 For time seventh nearest estimate 16000tguess 10000 For the ninth nearest correct estimate jr guess 7600 the nearest correct estimate guess 5000 the next five nearest correct estimates or guesses 20 each 100 00 tho next fivo nearest correct estimates or guesses 000 each 5000 For tho next nearest estimates or guoasas each 14000 For tho next 415 nearest estimates guesses 300 each 133500 193 prizes amounting to 1160000 In addition to the foregoing prizes will the following Special Prizes For the nearest correct estimate received on March and before For the nearest correct estimate received on or March and before 1st 60000 For tho nearest correct estimate ou or after April Ibt and before April 16th 50000 190 prizes amounting to 1300000 Blame No One You Dont Get When do give advice course thats advice really worth little more you than peoples give bottle medicine help you We could do unless medicine good Such an offer wrong medicine would merchant prince house Miles Nervine years of have proved sick Those whom cannot benefitless thousandwe prefer refund their money we you Miles Restorative Nervine complaint you from exhaustion dizziness headache cular twltchlngs melancholy of memory weak stomach blood troubles epilepsy Dance we guarantee benefit you refund money doctor serious take After several physicians failed relieve wo Mlles months treatment Liver restored perfect JOHN WILSON Deputy Clerk and we Package Mlles AntiPain Pills Scientific tom Blank Specialist diagnose you what wrong right Address MILKS IND J place get your Blacksmith We the tools and the skillHorseshoeing 50c We good work and prices Bia HILL PIKE MILE EAST BEHEA S130OOIN 496 CASH PRIZES 1st prize 5000 prize 2500 prize 1000 3 SPECIAL PRIZES 500 Each for Early Estimates subscription you make free estimate you pay accoun make four guesses and so NEW SU1ISG1CIHC1CS New three months subscription make free Those subscription free guesses year guesses years guesses so Write your name address and Subscription mail today Boron Ky Worlds Fair total paid May month Fair will who entitled and will made Aprit30thtbANOW will have Special Prize and just as good win Prize us lust day the money the Central Bank by Press Publishing be other purpose that or more lure correct prizes between them is Prizes For guess For correct guess 260000 For or guess For estimate or guess 30000 sixth correct or For tenth or For For correct correct or there for Early Estimates or after March 15th 50000 after 15th April received Total if however experience suffer bilious Vltus Nervine Nervine Dallas Remedy CO- LADORATOlUES J done have low 2d 3d ollicialrecord VALUABLE INFORMATION To aid in forming your estimates we furnish following figures theIThe total paid admissions during May the first mouth of the Chicago Worlds Fair were 1050037 The total paid admissions during May the first month of the Buffalo PanAmerican Exposition were 399430 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 on Subscription acct I y Name Postoffico f1 I State a My estimates of the total number of paid admissions to the Worlds Fair during the month of May are The Citizen AN INDEPENDENT FAMitt NcvrsrAm Publlthcil every Thunxtiy at Reran Kjr JAMES M RACER IMIinr end Publh- esausculrTloc HATES rAVAIJLE IN ADViNCK One ymr 100 six At Tlirro months tI Nand money hr 1oitofflce Money OnlT Ki Money Check Prufl Itegt ttr ed Utter or one llIll two rent mmp Th ilnte lifter your name shows to w- httu Dllr mliKTlptlon paid II It li n teamed within three JweeU after rendlnf usItmoney 1I0urnlf- oIlIhcrlrflu wlihlllR Tae ClTIirS eropp nolll ua at the of Ihelr sub IIsrlpllonronrldcr that they wii Notify un nt one ofinny cliMiuretln your ad erIIlnloolh old nod new ddllllt8 MUitne Number due to wrapper romlrag tf In the mllli r mhorwlie be 111 filed If we are loilfled Ant IVnntril In every lortiliiy Write for terms Anyone xnillru n fnr new ymriy ub rlltlDDI1I1 receive TUB emits free lor me year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORT- ILE OLD SPEED- WELLButcher Shop MEATS Tender and Juicy The Famous Jellico COAL at vLolesalo or retail BOARDING by the week day or meal R D MASSIE Prop Main Street Beroa Ky PRONE No 20 GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Lunch counter- Agent fur Langdon Bread Your patronage is solicited T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Ky ST CHARLES HOTEL New FuruUhings in every room All service fin lclass pricesMerchant shop in connection q CHARLES JACOBS Prop ec- ocdonsrlreihotc Richmond Ky FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTER- in Bulk or in Cans 10CELERY CRANBERRIES ETC I Always on hand at y TZUPHONC JOES SOU Joes Corner Richmond Ky DR M E JONES Dentist c a Office Over Printing office BEBEA Kv Office Days Wednesday to end of the week A J THOMSON GROCERIES AND NOTIONS Fruits and vegetables a specialty OPPOSITE DUBDETTEB MILL Berea Ky Miller House Newly Meals and Board and Lodging at popular prices Nut door to Joea to R G Engle Prop Kiy Mr 4illiamsbetter prepar ed thin over to do your WATCH r CLOCK GUN and GENERAL it REPARING promptly Cleaning it and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Main Street Berea Ky me by The Citizen thiL A CONFESSION Ive been down to the city an Ive tetn the Jectrlo lights IThe twentystory bulldlns an the other stunnln sights Ive seen the trolley cars arushln mud down the street An all the place aIookln like a fairy land complete But Id rather see the big trees thats aKrowIn up to home An watch the star atlnklnln the an lofty dome Au Id rnlhcr hear the wind that goes lns1ti pest the door Than the trntllc of the city with IU bustle an Its roar I reckon Im peculiar an my tsetse Is kit olow Cut whats the use enyln things that cc r tainly Is soT 11ratIe sounded like angelic harps a Aoatl MelIts glory an the gladnesn an acclaimnIf I sick jes the same An I couldnt help confessln though It seems a curious thing That 11111nInWashington Star n r A I IYJULIA TRUITT BISHOP Copjrigbt bj Dtllr Story PuU txn ARE fairly settled now and I WE send you a few lines tlr as I am Mamma is delighted with the little old sleepy town and am delighted that we are out in the country dont live in the town and that have a pony and buggy and can drive to town when we like and that dont have to go there unless we really wish to go Personally I would be willing not to see a town again In hundred years I want to sit under tbe pine trees over on that hill or lie the hammock and read and let t June sunshine soak in all summ longI have just read that last line over It sounds poetical but it wont be June youknowIn other words t am going to take the rest cure Nell and when you see your little sister again you wont know her Think of Itnot a glimpse of pen and ink or of that blessed typewriter except the few lines I am going to write you No more of the coldness and indifference of the city not even a thought of the faithlessness of those in whom I trusted I am going to live with nature and try to grow strong and well and forget that I ever had a sorrowOh by the way I received a letter from Mr Grosvenor this morning He tries to explain that affair about the Ferrand girl at the Wlllongby recep tion last week I wonder If he thinks I care Really the letter made me laugh It certainly Is absurd for him to think that it matters In the least to me what he does This place Is too delicious for letter writing The hammock calls me CATHIE June 10c yKS was quite unnecessary as the Incident you mention had entirely escaped my mem Dry until you recalled It I am sorry cannot enter upon the correspondence for which you ask as I have come out here for a complete rest and cannot burden myself with writing to any bartman intimate friends Sincerely yours- CATHERINE TRAYNOR Dear Nellie July One i of our neighbors came to se 2 us yesterday She Is a Mrs Ford andeshe told us that Mrs Jennings who lives on the other side pt our place Is wellmeaning woman but very Imprudent In her goingson with her husbands nephew and there isnt any thing in the world wrong shear herrbut she ought to be more careful bencause people will talkIndeed ASyFord herself had heard them As Mrs Ford was going away Mrs Jennings dropped by on her way from town and they met In the gate and greeted one another as sisters should Mrs Jennings told us after wards that Mrs was one of the besthearted women she had eTern nandwlessstables she sent them the year round she believed in her soul theyd starve gdoeshbutairy manner about one another 0Grosvenorone being so persistent It seems dlffl be cult to convince him that I dont care know him any longer If he couldsonly understand my complete t terence I am sure be would not writeJagain July 6 John Grosvenor In Dear Mr Grosvenor I dont know why you should dwell upon too incident at the reception when I haveT told you that I had entirely forgotten Surely you had a perfect right to take Miss Ferrand out to supper eve tree escort had not been called away and left her in your carp as you con lions to assert She Is a very beautiful girl as every one knows Please accept my compliments on your evident good taste There will be no need for to write again so I will say goodC With best wishes C L TRAYNOIU July 11 Nellie At least 16 women from town have driven out here to see us and the inrze I have learned I cant tell you all of them but every woman has eared us that this Is the greatest town for gossip that she ever saw and from nil of them collectively I have gleaned Harrisllfancy a leader of 1lnevlllo society but one who has been there and knows brought back tho report that che Jewasnt much thought of back oIs she came from Mss Lawson is al- I ways making herself olflclous about church work but every one knows e U trying to catch tho young tacodseason got the conso enldhuwprize was Invariably the handsomest of 11the lot the whole town knew wh- rs relotStuarts new diamonds came fro her husband was gambling every ight In one of the rooms over his store up to all kinds of unearthly hours e hnlythe rest J G has written another ter How I detest that man slate I have learned to know him as he lafi July 12 thonghenht w h ed tho correspondence but It seems I must write ngaln I find It very 1r TIle atcalyou mention baa whatdangrythateto angry about that gheeor nny 83t1I1octory1You attention than It deserved way they talk out In this hecountry I heard yesterday that I was geatlcre man name was GOY crnor which Is really a close guess f these people Please dont write any 1CATJlERNE TKAYNOR AtJt I Dear Nellie No news of any ltlnd to write We are both well have you seen John lately I am having A delightful time Isnt it strange what a long summer this has been When looked at calendar just now to tee what the theI was I was astonished P teems to that we have been in this lovely ca three years CATHIE August 10 Mr John Grosvenor Dear FrlendI have had no letter from you in days and days and even If I did ask you not to write It shows that you were very willing to drop the correspondence You are develop- r ng your acquaintance with too pretty Fe rand girl I suppose That Is the way with men they are all alll t I would nt have dreamed a few months ago that you would leave me agonizing out hero In this wretched plate and not even take time to write an occasional letter When I see people I Lear gossip and scandal and when I dort see pco pIn sit In the hammock and pity my welt for hours at a timeITho latest scandal is about uie One of those goodnatured friends Byron talks about came nnd told me It seems that I was engaged to a really lovely In the city but I was so haughty and Indolent and so set up II goodness knows what I had to be r etII up about that he broke the ment and wont matte friends though have written him letter after letter n begging and Imploring him to be rcc How can you be so hmlhenrteftI lovely man August 11 Dear Old JackJust after I had sent letter oft yesterday yours came me to make up Oh Jack If OU only knew what an awful summer this has been how I have suffered from this estrangement It was all prywar fault Jack dear You neednt blame It your August 15 b Dear NellWe are coming home week Jack came up yeateN took me by surprise while I riting a letter to him He wasI the dearest old fellow We are to bs married this time next monthheI wouldnt walt any longer and Im re he wouldnt There never was lIch a dear old faithful fellow as be been We are going driving tbls- eveningaU about town He says well set these people up In talk for the rtllt their natural lives But this la a little old townyou wojld so fond of Isnt It thln ItIunreasonable as to quarrel with CATHia Mother and Child Mother and Child There Is no hotr f Irht all the realms of mornIng and of night And all the meaning of that word Divine signeIn ewe o Seeing n mystery knowing a mlKhty law Sin cannot live In pretence of this grace ninesnul Doubt For Love and Loveliness would cast It out Were bruit prophet voices still the beavenlI Here would a new Kvangel come to rail Qut from the dark a roscltnf hand wouldPleap to the Fterna Throes the ancient keepCentury Something Else Necessary a A St Petersburg paper says Woe Japan It Is almost certain hdweve- says the Chicago RecordHerald tb this war Isnt going to be won fol either side by the uewepa or THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Leanu In Ihr IntrrtiHlltinnl erta for Miirfli lilt ItHH Jcu V on tit Ilvr Tliouuuil TUB ItSSCt TEXT Matt H1J3 dJpartsdleastCrond whtn the erupts had hmtd iltrtUttry Coluwni 11lI1l1n toot out at the llIuU And JtxUN tvtnt lurch and sax n urcut multitude anil our movta wltli cumin IierAnd when It ate evening Ills Ols Clpiea cuitu to Him tajliiu Thl isu drkeri ullihedv vlliayt mid uuy U iuHtlv rx victual Hut JtNUw sold unto 1Ltm1ht art UtMit nive ye Hum to tut htunIk le rum UIIIIK than tither to ale 1J lid He commundtU the multitude to lit aluxu on the anus und took the It loaves and the two nn ono looking to Heaven He bltutd und brake und rats the loaves tu Hlk dlswplex anal Ui altwrlple to the multitude IlIel1tt Itinaintd twnlva btutketa lull And lilt y tliut luil trim were abut ve thouiund teen bvuldo weintn und ihtl linn = And strRlghtnay Jesus cunstraln Ills dbalplrs m tin mat a ship und lu before Him unto the olhr ct while H tent the inultitudcv unuy 8 Anit wlirn Hr Lad am the inullltuJf awe 1U utrt up liita the tnounium upurl pray and when the evening uuHcuiut was Ihrrr alone t iOIIIKN I11rJcetts old lint thrill I mil tliv bread r lile Jiilni llllU OLTIINE OK SCIJIITt liB HKCT1ON 1Feedng Fly Thowusdatatt I4IM3 flv TlouwudAlurk U3U44- KcrdlnK Five ThourandLukeaAWl KetdlnK Five ThousandJuhn dlllT- IMKAprll A U a lied ut 1 allyer illtElaytrnaum U thin a gee grassy plain rlstns from lhs northtalull shore or the lea uf tallies very likely tht plain uf lluUlhu sot lur Irom lleth ulua NOTES ANl COMMKNTS Matt U13 141 Now when Jcius heard It The story of John the Bat- or tlfctt death Ho vltStJrew to Jetert plat apart As to the rcaicrs for tiff wHhdInlcc bt lure to read tho accounts of the otter three Ccpcli li tbetenly miracle related by all oar Grief over the fate of the noble ousIpray The murder of John meant much to Him inevelyrcaylheahatowottho- trots was beginning to fall across Jill own path within a year lit was to fol low the UaptlT Thle was Hit flm rra tea A second reason as Mark hOWl was time return of the dkclplcs from their mission rnthuilaitlc hut weary They needed sadtfeeaadcruccelbutIanything lllo possible at Cspernauai the only thing todowastORctnway It li poulble too that the stir the nor movement VtsIincklnp ltd Jcstfs tu fear that 1rpbelltontars and the dltclples went aurora the lake the crowds vvul by sad none the head of the lake It was a fix o clRhtmlle walk Sea a great multitude He mutt have been both 1a and sorry to tea them That they cam r at all indicates he excitement that wsi broad In the land Vs lii The plane In dtstrt Unlnh bUrd the nearest town was n long way oft The time Is already past The time for the evening meal IStud the multitude away For their that they mlcht Ret food clples were thinking of their fhedlsIsources they bad nothing to people JIIIII Tat never iOhe ye them to rat A puzzling comI to the disciples Obedience teemed Impossible but Christ neverI commanded what we cannot do n IHt commands we may be cure cither wrcan make a wayor lie will make one for us- Vs M 21 The first three Gc pels tell us that after the miracle Jesus spntI the disciples away hurriedly to the r side of the lake and remained behind Himself to dismiss the multitude Thl ctrlkcs us at once as being strange old oak Why John 141i ma all plain the people thought becaaa- eyth had been mlraculoutly provided with rood that the golden age foretold y the prophets was at hand ana the lust Messianic King they hall thatI rayexpecting was come They were to poclalm Him king Jesus taw purpose know that inch action would disastrous and that He mujt take bI slant measures to prevent It a single Tynawlse move and their enthuslazm would flame up and It would be too lateIHe preferred to manage the crowd 1tlrely alone and then the departure of thedlsclplee next toJosus tlto mod Im portent persona therewould show the people that no political move had beep planned and would turn their thoughts theyfnot for a moment lower His own conccp lion of tits mlwlon to make It agreei with the Messianic hopes of prophets alld- peoplp IIo put the crown troll Rim It was not hard now that trod all been fought out In the wilderness before His niItapart to pra and when the evening was como He was there nlonv firnpra from Ortnnun Mans horizon depends oh bite heart The poor In spirit are rich In poulbill a I God never gives Hs power to feed out It talus a crave man to retreat from temptationTo the fires of lusrls to furnish hell In the heart thetocattalosratHoliness Is walking In the humblest rasa hand in ifand with God A DRUNKARDS VISION haunting Memories of Dotter Days Turn Hla Dying Moments Into IOnes of Intense Agony A bundle of nithy rugs taco Hwol tdlea and dltflgurcd by vice eyes ofIecreatures Ho lies stilt and quiet dead to all round him deaf to trio pulse and bun totie of this Now Years eve this season of Joyousness and of mirth There are no children In hU mockery of a home no wife to toll the prattling little ones of what Now Years should moan Ilto them no pleasure for him save In bottle which has helped him to forget the past Housing himself ho rahs0eg again but this time not to forget God why can I not forget is Ids dlapalrliiK cry One more drink I must forget Once moro he sleeps anti one lot there falls upon his ear n pattering of tiny feet In the dim light stands a beautiful fairhatred boy with a bright merry taco An the man htllooks he says Who are you nnd why do you come when I would for atget r IIThn the boy answers In his sweet childish tones Uo you not know nit I am tho spirit of your childhood days I am of the time when wn played our Ramos of marbles and Loll Our days wore spent In frOlc an d IIn glre and at sight do you not roI II AM Tim s iDA19 wtro us arms ntr song sue h r1soft swat lullabies that we can seer to hear thorn yet And on Now Years eve do you not roaiombcr M she tucked tu Into bill she told us llttlo Notr Year and when she heard our evening prayer shu odd this jtotltloii O God kelp my boy pure and upright Ilea her bar lapt himself pure and uprlghtta sikhIa for his boon comprnlon tho bottlo As he does PO he hear a boyish whl tlo and pear him where the little chit hail stood Is a boy of perhaps 14 yea re Iof age IJko the llttlo child the boy wears a familiar look and to him the drunkard puts the fame quostlon which lie had addrcstod to tho younger child A Then the boy makcj answer Itlll the oplrlt of your schooldays prepasr n e going away to school You eknow mother said site wished to keep st us at home awhile longer but wo said we did not with to stay all our days in the dull old place Do you re member on our last night at horn when she came and knell at our bet side and prayed 0 God keep my boyIIcptho not learn to smoke to bet to drink while nt school Did ho keep himse pure and upright as his mother prayed he might be kept Onco more the drunkard reaches for Ifstandllalwartseems av first Glance but closer epectlon shows lines of dissipation t alAstwo the young man spenkr r1thIshave just won for your wife Ohl wo were proud of Mary you and L U 0 you remember that night when aha promised sho would give herself to U3 to keep forevermore What n KlttITho love of a pure good woman Wo dranl again and again we were so happy The two spirits passed on and wit moan the drunkard mutters Can never forget Oh for a drink to drive away these memoreslalTho fire dies down and blazes up again and in Its brilliant glow he BOSS a beautiful room Great palms ard costly flowers are everywhere Under a canopy of roses stands a young for and beautiful woman the Mary of his youth and himself Ho can hear the in bridegroom promise to love and ther ish his beautiful bride Would noth to ing lake these pictures from before Is Ills eyes Where Is hIs bottle Hark fee They arc drinking the health of tlli young couple and Marys soft hand touches his as sho whispers gently I would rather you would not lake nay more wine dear He hears tho bridegroom say You did not know me did you man I am rho spirit of your young manhood anti you and am happy tonight with the happiness of a lifetime Happy cchoia the drunkard Oil for ouo drink to drive away those visions of my youth- A tiny hand touches his a babys hand and ns the llttlo fingers grasp his u babys voice cooes sweetly iu Its ear Inpu 0 papa Who calls mo papa Take her away cannot listen to that voice I cannot look upon that taco JtanThe woman Is worn and weary the child Is inon n ng a neak pitiful wall Its tiny hands aro thin and emaciated nnd Its lips are blue with the cold The door opens and a man stinger In The child stretches out Its little hands and cried Papa 0 spa The man with an oath p mi KIM for word and with one blow strikes down the mother and child The drunkard starts to his feet Who are you man Tho man answers am the spirit of yourself and those are your wife and chill Today lit election daya- g glorious day with tyro liquor for all who will partake The woman llets still and quirt The little one inonns and cries but tho mother will never again In this world hush Its cries It ceases monolog and all U still for the surds of mother and child hon gone to their Maker The Now Years hells ring their mel ody of hope and cheer but to the drunkard they seem to echo the word of the mothers prayer of long ago Oh God keep my boy pure and up right They found him dead tightly clutch lag In hlr hands the picture i a swcctfaccd woman In her bridal robiw and wound about tho picture was A rurl of oft baby hair They rorlil not loose his fingers from the pic tore Thus he lies unknown and on mourned but shall one My that to run at last forgetMel J T Crowley In Inloa Signal THE DRINKER Ills Chances In the Various WnUtinm PelnUona of Life Are Rap Idly Narrowing TJO temperance cause Is receiving aid from various directions inure cnleCIlal1d to produce good toll tasting influence In deterring men rom drink than all tbo laws In the world 1or Instance we find that Araerian Insurance conipanlcx aro low agitating whether they shall not follow exam pie of the English rompanleti and make better rates nbftalners A number aro ratingtwhich U founded upon sound prttare SfatlsCrs proje runrlulvey that ttntob Isartto current adiseases and tho mrchanlrm of hU body undergoes lets friction The drinker hoe tower chances of re munerative cmplojmcnt Corporations ir mare and more refuting to fllL re drinktlends tu the downward path Men Wile Indulge In this practice ore uncertain fattorn and are not wanted In a va trodeathrmnnrolrnrnfngd Ialntcr carpenters hodcarrier and others whose calling 1IIOI os them to certain dangers requiring clear head In avoid have learned to let drink alone man who works all day on a swaying platform many fret above thngroundor climbs n ladder carrying n heavy load does not want his faculties befuddled his balancn destroyed or his limbs made heavy and clumsy by drink The ab ainer enjoys better lentil than the drinker The drinkers appetite Is ca pricious digestion Impaired nerves on edge Ills kidneys are overworked 11I ofeurine Inflamed by the agency of alcohol oxer the prostate gland causes swelling and thickening of that organ which cuts short the period of sexual vigor and ex quota the unfartniiate tippler to all Iho Ifhorrors of catheter lire Unquestion ably the man who lets drink alone pro longs the period of sexual activity at least ten years The time Is coming when men will bo by EClflntcrcst and observation of deleterious effects of drink to let It It Is the plain duty of the doctor desirableno and professional Influence openly and against the practice This he to mankind as an offset for tho Ir harm dnnc by dead and gono of doctors who were accus to sanction the use of spirits ns tunics and appetizer Karm and Fireside FACTS AND FIGURES Reports show that Chicago drank 7B thanhboxes of cigarettes As a result of the Increase of temper sentiment among the anthracite miners nearly onethird of the 1100 sa loon keepers of Schuylklll county Pa ill go out of business next year The highest amount charged yearly a liquor license is 3COO In Louie lana The lowest Is five dollars charged the same state The license tee varies between these two extremes according the amount of business done llllnoU under local option with a mlalmuav off 500 li tSrJi rJ fGiG34rv44 rog1rJ lgr4i4Q 4QQE41 Q Q n404 erp 0a STATE NEWS PICKUPS 4 Q oNHoQtc gm4JC a tYvOtQTerDto it3s0a0ar0 t7t CDltt p KENTUCKY GENERAL ASSEMBLY There Will Be No School Book Legls latlon at This Session o1rnnkfort March 9HCnnttTho Kcnatft Tuesday by a vote of ltl to J passed the Ilyron lilll making nn np proprlatlon of 120000 to build n inonu ment to Oov Goebel on Urn Htntchoiiso Hqunro In Frankfort Thu bill to rreose tbu per rnpltn of tbti state reo IlnllKedl1ficit In tho funds of the reform school passed na did tho bill appropriating 20000 fur new building at tho saw school A resolution was adopted d colkwIho legislative committees this re stun to tho legislators who dcslro themIlduaeMr Thompson of Bourbon called from tho clerks desk and the houso by unanimous vote passed a rcn dllellnliontlonal pure seed bill Mr Weathers of the criminal law committee report ml by unanimous consent the senate bill IKS and It wax advanced In the orders The bill Increases tho for safe blowing hank robbery penRItIcgnynlttco on rules called lou bill 2 Bi providing ties for SiMfiiiHS p a den coathlIhuschools In common school district passerllousocertification of land titles was adopted SenateTliern j k legislation at thin session At leant thu senate said au much by a decided vote Wednesday when It refused take up Senator Campbell bill toI proposed to amend tins Cautrlll which la now a law by doing away with tho right of tbe county boards to vote on book adoption and pisdng thaj wholo matter In the hands of a state board rompoced of the attorney gen oral secretary of state superintend pftRIelllItaand M college The committee on ed ucation reported favorably the houso rolIIlucationproIdlnlpension law for secondclass rideawl It paaied without objection House llllla passed IrovldlnR that when a railroad company organ Iced under the laws of this state wishes IIhalllelomarket price Instead of at par as the approprlattn51OOQO j nt 1Mdyvllle and appropriating 000 for Improvement at the SGI prison Senate bill 192 providing state asylum funds may be deposited In national bankx on well as state banks was reported adversely by III romnilttoo on Kentucky statutes an- was killed House bill No JAG by Mr Nnwroml was passed It provides for 11111lerlllt 1IflclerFrankfort March tlSenaleThhouxn bill providing that missing cop II 1 ICH of Kentucky reports In the circuit rllahoelwas Passed It watt nlllertteI that this bill will cost the stale 20 OliO If nut vetoed by tin governor The house bill appropriating 22000 for Im provement at the drat and dumb In Htltuto nt Danville passed House bill Nil 210 to prohibit the klllllll or rat rllH and squirrels with tho gun from September IS to November IS each year Intended to protect quail from 011111IlIlItenllyou begins Missed 18 to 13 Rabbits and pqulrrels may bo snared of caught with dogs during that i crlod however The bill to fixa special penalty for celling or buying registration eertl rata was postponed till Dlonda which kills I- tllouseRllla passed Taking Iho control of tho printing for the appel pratInga of the judges of the court of appeals 101okore ut tho stab e shall replace copies of thoIKentucky Reiwrtn and certain other books belonging to any county when said books aro deutroyed by flr re moving the license tax from mineral water No 193 which proposed to raise tho salaries of the state pris on guards front tGIi to 71i a month wits collell up Mr Oliver offered nn amendment raising tho salary of lhu deputy wardens from 1200 to 1500 a year This was derenledI How to Identify HimeOwcnsboro Ky Mardi 11 = To Identify me telegraph No 53714 Bos ton Mats They will care for me This III the remarkable entry found In tho notebook of a man who had lived under tho name of George L Gray and who died in tho city hospital Thursday morning Jubilantr Lum her rrien In the mountains are jubilant over tho prospects of getting out so many logs The recent rains have mused a good tide In all the mountain streams and all the logs along the water courses will be set adrift Dr Traylor Drops Dead Lancaster Iy March nUr O A Traylor of Bryautsvllle this county dropped deal while visiting a patient lie was about 70 yearn of ago and the oldest physician In tho county Ho was never married KENTUCKY MINE WORKERS The Western District Met In Louisville and Elected Officers IxHilavllic Ky March aThe Unit ed Minn Workers of the Western Ken lucky district Tuesday elected the fol lowing ofllccrs President C W Wells Central tice president W K Hicks secrcus and treasurer n Wood The convention which held Its first session Tuesday Is expected to remain In session until next Tuesday when operatorsIimportant matters before the conven tlou are the wage scale for 1904 to Biibmltled to tho operators next wro and tho consideration of plans for unionizing the Hopkins fields An olDcer of the organisation stated Tuesday that be was practically atImired of an Increase In the press wage scale to 8211 cents a ton for min Ing and 32 to 20 a day for general operaJa surplus of 10000 In the treasury THE OFFICERS SURRENDERED They TheIlWere Somerset Ky March 10W II witi llIr n s county for the purpose of arresting him shot and killed Wilson about two tulles west of hero Wednesday morning Wilson was charged with having stolen two mules In Lincoln county Policeman lalr and Win Huston mounted on horses were giving Chas to Wilson and camp up on link on Fishing reek about two miles fro Somerset Wilson attempted to escape and was shot twlco by Officer Ijilr the shots proving fatal 1The officers of Lincoln county cam n to this place and surrendered to the officers here telling them what had oc rurred They were placed In the cus tody of the sheriff and the coroner Is now gone to the scene of the IIWERE WITNESSES kllllnll 0 Doard osiers the Investigating Committee Frankfort Ky March ITho com miller Investigating the public print Ing had before It Tuesday as witnesses fSov Bockham Secretary of State Me Chesney and Audlto linger of the printing board which allowed tho 2S r prlnllI g They testified that they had no Inter adreasonable but not being expert IrllelorGar Beckbam naked to be allowed to muko n statement regarding n mot u ber of tho smote but the committee ruled that evidence rotating to that matter could not properly be heard by 11hll committee Man Shot By a Woman IiIPatrick ft Is alleged was perhaps f tally shot by Mrs Taylor ingrain 1a rick entered her home nail It Is claim cd mado Improper proposals Ho left but later returned and attempted tc enter the house when It claimed Mrs Ingram fired on him with a shot IIIIarrested Aged Woman Beheaded Louisville Ky March prYi Tuesday evening she tall her head on the Loulsvlllu Nashvlllo railroad track at tho Seventh street crossing sad K moment later a passing train bo headed her HorseseLexington Ky March nTho first good sale of light harness horses was consummated by tho purchase of flu a head of youngsters the get of Jay Mo Gregor by Connelly 8 McLaln Klngman county Kan from W Spears of tills city Price private The Ripper Bill Signed Frankfort Ky March 11 Oa lsockham has sIgned the bill known ns Iho Loulxvlllu ripper bill giving tho mayor of Ioulsvlllo the authority ppoint 0 and remove members of xecutive 1aoutboards A Dig Deal In Tobacco Mt Sterling Ky March 9Tholargest single tobacco solo ever mad In this city was closed by J N list for tho Continental Co purchasing tho crop of the Hamilton Farm Co about 285000 pounds at 9 cents a pound Farmer Died From His Injuries Hopklnsvlllc Ky March 11lllnStephens a Trigg county farmer IlledI at his homo near Caledonia WblloI driving late his stable on a load Ittbaled lay ho was taught between top of the door and his wagon and hisI chest was crushed Fatal Saloon Row Wllllamstown Ky March 11Ka- rrettG a mulatto was killed In a ro Lure and George Woodhead Is held In Jail for the crime Tho owner of the saloon Jack Reddy was shot by Ca rett Reddya injuries are nut fatal FIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS J Regular Session Washington March SScnateTbo senate Monday passed the propriation bill which has been It for tho past four or five tlnyberoroI then took up tho army bill clpnl question debated In with the naval bill related connectionI plalo10ramendment suggested by hl r Patter eon providing for a government armor plant Ho ultimately withdrew the amendment but offered several others all of which were laid on the table House Postal affairs engrossed she attention of the houso Monday proctl rally to tho exclusion of all else Tho OverqrniltalAo f tbat roads nmitteetn certaInInrormatlonfluence by members of the house to atsecure increase In salary for postmaa untllandkminority member of the post office IIYStcgeneralInvelllntlonpartment Without debate tho house rcsolutlon1Irsecretary of commerce and labor to Investigate tho causes for the differ ences which exist between live cattle and dressed beef- Washington March 9SenateThsenate spent almost the entire day tll8 atr4slne the S4mmttee pmeadmenta 10 the oiJny concerning provisions eOI1solldotlon objected to by democratic senators as militaryform ThYso as an Increase In the engineer corps It was still pending when tho senate adjourned House Tuesday In the house set apart for consideration of etas bills Thirtytwo bills of this chaise Utmthe ship Beaumont gave rise to con sldcrnblo debate Mr Stevens Minn ensile the point that to admit such ships Into reglstery would be delis mental to tho Interests of American Workmen Ile was seconded by Mr Humphrey Wash Tho friends o the bill which woe Ilnslled were Messrs Fordney William A Smith McMorron Mich Thayer Mass Dunwell N Y Shortly after 1nnll house convened Speaker Cannon ruling on the conference report o tho legislative executive soil judicial appropriation bill stood by a former precedent holding that conferees could not Insert new matter Washington March 10SenateDuring consideration of the army a provrlatlon bill In the senate day Mr Bacon protested against tho acceptance of the statue of Frederick yEmperortho former German king was not In institutionsIgainst what ho characterized as Mr gross misrepresentations The passedTheshipping bill after speeches in 0111101 sltlon by Messrs Culbersoti and Pat terson JlolIFIThnt an Investigation of tho oCIpublication of the report Involving members of congress In that connec lion was Indicated by every expire Plan possible short of a vote In that body Wednesday 11Senateien fittedbelectli or n delegate In congress from that territory Mr Platt Ct oppos id the Jill and because of his opposl Hon nail his dcslro for time for Ills cusslon It was not pressed The Alas ken him passed Included those for thetImprovement of roads the ounce of schools the appointment of nn additional judge and the extension of the coal laws to tho tcrritoiy See Includluh t tolallyblindof Representative Croft of South Car ollnu was announced a committee op pointed to attend tho funeral and n n mark of respect tho senate at 0412 neprepCntalheCroft nounced A committee was appointed to attend the funeral and out TO atljtJlllnedr Senator Tlllman Condition 10SenaoLfering from throat trouble A thor angle examination was made of the illsvformed on tho left tonsil It Is said phIIIdnllsgreat dlfllculty An operation sea performed Thursday night Washington March 11 Senator Tlllmans condition continues favora bio Thursday tight and he IB easily If tho Improvement continues as ot pro itlit tho family hope tho son sine may take his protected trip soulIn a foa days Representative Croft Dies Washington March ItAs the re suit of blood poisoning caused by a splinter In his hand George William representative III congress from he Second district of South Carolina died at his boarding place Thursday morning Canal Commissioners Salaries 11Presldcnwt Isthmian canal commissioners at 12 000 per year and In addition therctc thrIII HORSE COT HIS REVENGE By Pretending Friendship Tom Got- a Good Nip at the Hand of the Man He Hated Tom one of tho team of horses used by the San Francisco Cal police de partment for patrol wagon service M a wise animal Hour after hour every day he stands near tho city ball await ing a summons to rush to tbe aid of some person In need of medical at tention or to bring to the prison some malefactor Ills waits are not te spentIndriver and other attaches of the prison nail hospital always have for him Some time ago lie took particular de cityhallthe horse hit him a resounding slap on the back Tom tried time and again to kick his tormentor but his harness prevented him Then the janitor com Japane eRUoSaSan War CERTAIN small boy asked his ra- therA at the breakfast table a few mornings ago What caused the war between Japan and Hussla Many people think boys ask too many qUI thingsm canosuch excellent ones as this boy asked Indicates that the Interrogatoror boy asking questions has a good foundation to start building his education on Now this boys question was sent to the New tofhe would ask an easier one How Is one to tell about the causes of war when ono does not know allot them To be sure like two boys who have got Into a toIgive but one cannot tell whether either sid has told all of tbe truth Roth Japan and Russia have given their sides outpof Asia or betT to a map on which eau be found a slice of Siberia the upper A BELOVED MOUNTAIN part of China end and the Islands of Japan by themselves Siberia every ono knows by this time belongs to Rus ola Running along the lower edge of Siberia and crossing the claw of It near the sea of Japan Is a big river called the Amour On the lower side of this Manchuriad intoesea of Japan U a tongue of land called Korea on some maps and Corea on the others Now closely A river will be found running part way across this tongue of land between Corea and Manchuria sorIs Now Russia for several years has been building a railroad from Europe across to the sea Of course the rail road In order to be of use ought to end near the water where ships could bring to freight and also lake freight from It Slbsrla Is so near the north pole that winstar time In so therwinter and no can or out with their freight It was planned to UYethe long town Is at the dead of a bay opening into the Sa of Japan nt the foot of the claw of Siberia The czars ministers thought It would be much better to build therail road to a bay which did not freeze over at any time of the year so somehow he Sot an opportunity to build It across Manchuria which belongs to China to a place now known as Port Arthur This place be found at the end of a small tongue of land extending out Into the gulf of PeChlLI This gulf Is at the head of the Yellow sea to the left of Corea and on a level with Peking the capital of Chlr Two or three years ago a lot of bad Chinamen called Boxers who wanted get the foreigners out of China chut P the foreigners In Peking and would menced making peace overtures He brought the horse sugar and occasionally a carrot but the animal refused to take them from the stick on which tho Janitor held them out to him Then he tried other tempting morsels but still Tom was obdurate and refused to make up Then he apparently re lented and ono morning greeted tho janltdr with a whinny of pleasure Kmboldenedthe janltoroff ered the horse a lump of sugar on his hand Tom ac cepted the lump of sugar Ho also asqueezocaused the janitor to yell with pain Then Tom whinnied again thin tlmo with a great display of pleasure The Stone Cutters Blunder A small headstone In a cemetery la the western of Pennsylvania Is pointed out to visitors as one of the sights of the neighborhood It was placed over the grave by a widower who while not lacking In love for tbo departed one was penurious to a de gree He ordered a small stone be cause It was cheap and told the mason to engrave on It this inscription Sarah Hackett Aged 90 years Lord she was Thine The stonecutter said there was too much Inscription for so small a surface but was told to go ahead and squeeze It on somehow Here Is the Inscription as squeezed Sara Hacket Aged 90 Lord she was Thin tl Siberia not let them leave the city The soldiers of a number of different countries In cluding Russia marched to Peking and made the Boxers go away Russia left some of her soldiers In Manchuria In stead of taking them homeas some of the other countries did Then the czars ministers when asked If their soldiers were not going to leave poor Chinas land of Manchuria said they would go when China had done certain things and a day was set for them to go The day came but the soldiers did not go Peo pIe began to believe that the czar In tended to take the country for himself because be had built a railroad across it Japan Is only a small country as one may see by looking at the map But there are a lot of blgand little Japs with bristling black hair end their Islands are getting too small for them They want some more land to spread out upon Corea would just suit the Japs and every one has thought that some day the little man who calls himself emperor of Corea would be obliged to give up his country to Japan Manchuria and Corea are separated only by the Yalu Japan at least has as much riverI IFCSIfAM WELL OK TILE JAIS Corea look It name may part Corea as the czar had In Manchuria and many people have thought her right was a little better than Russias to Man churia Japan had not tried to gobble up Corea while Russia apparently hind tried to get Manchuria right out from under tbe noso of China which was un able to defend herself As Japan and Russia were likely to be such near neigh bars tho ministers of the mikado ell cided last year to ask the ministers of the czar to tail the matter over and settle how they would get along together So the two sent notes to each other saying what they would do and what they would like to have the other side do They disagreed on about four things at least Japan asked Ruslsa to sign a paper called a treaty saying that she In tended giving Manchuria back to China Russia on the other hand asked Japan to promise to let Corea alone to build no torts at the lower end of Corea where the tongue comes down near the lower end of the Islands of Japan and to marl out a strip of land on the Corean ilde of the Yalu river on which neither ot them should go The czar declined to say In writing that he would return Manchuria The Japs could not see why they sliould be obliged to do iu regard to Corea what Russia would not do In regard to Man churia Nor could they understand why they should promise not to put up forts on ground which did not belong to RUBI sia It was hardly fair either to ask the Japs to give up their right to land on ono side of the Yalu river when Rus alit would not do the same on the other side Russia had been claimIng the right to cut dbwn trees in the valley of the Yalu river on both sides of the river The mikados ministers thought Russia was not treating Ultra fairly and when the czars ministers did not answer their last note for a long time apparently because the czar wanted to get ahead of Japan and be rends to fight Japan decid ed not to wilt rot the note and sent helj warships out Proper Treatmont of Pneumo nia- Pneumonia is too dangerous a dis ease for anyone to attempt to doctor himself although he may have tho proper remedies at hand A physician shouldalways be called It should be borne in mint however that pneumonia always results from a cold or from an attack of the grip and that by giving Chamberlaina Cough Remedy tho 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 Smithof Sanders Ala who is also a druggist says of it I have been sell ing Chamberlains Cough Remedy and prescribing it in my practice for the past six years I use it in cases cf pneumonia and have always gotten the best results Sold by S E Welch Jr Berea Ky Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky Cnpllal Surplus and 180000 We solicit your patronage JAMES BENNETT Prt S S PARKES Cashier Colds Cause Pneumonia One of the most remarkable cases ot- a i cold deepseated on the lunge causing pneumonia is that of Nis Gertrude E Fenner Marion led who was entirely cured by tho ase ol One Minute Cough Cure Shosayu The coughing and straining MI weakened me I ran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tried v number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure FoUl bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health Ud1 strength Sold by East End Drag Co tY We promrtlr obulu U Q and Foreign ATtentrAf Tragedy Avortedt Just in the nick of time our little WatIj Doctors treated him but he grew worse every day At length we tried a Dr Kings New Discovery for aIsumptioD and our darling waeeavea Hes now sound and well Everybody ought to know itsjhe only sure curs for Coughs colds and all Lung da eases Guaranteed by East Ead Drug Co BereBKy Price 60c and 1100 Trial bottles EARLY RISERS TIE rAMOUS LITTLE rILLS 1 For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Uver Java dice DiutneM end ell troubles all Ing from in Inactive or sluggish liver DeWitt Utile Early Risers aro UD i equalled They let promptly and never CrtpaIThey ire so dainty that It is a to lake them One to two act as mild laxative two or four act as anpleasant and effective cathartic They- are purely vegetable end absolutely harmless They tonic the liver Tips lULU ux surrir no riiritio I- T1CCDWIttCoCktss IIA1TV HEALTHY CHILDtUQC Any child MB take Little Earlj Risers with perfect lately They ara harmleM never gripe or sicken and yet they are to certain in result that robust constitutions requiring drastic means are never disappointed They cannot fail to perform their mission and everyone who uses Do Witts Little Early Risers prefer theca all other pills They cure bilious ness Sold by EaetEnd Drug Co THE CITIZEN j +1H ++H+1HH+++++ IH II+HHHIH I j1 Berea and Vicinityt+ Eh GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES f+ I + 11 lH HI+IHHIH+H I IH+H1 +11I See our classified want columns this issue MM G T Spencer is suffering this week from 5 very severs attack ol tonsilitisC Hanson of London Ky evade a business tripto Berea Tuesday of this week Miss Vessa Moore is visiting her aunt Mrs Lizzie B Cross at Mt Sterling Ky M B Ramsay is out again and able to attend to business after four weeks illness with grip Dr J P Settle formerly of Big Hill has removed to Kingston where he will continue the practice of medi cineMiss Grace Cornelius came bome front Louisville Thursday for a short vacation before continuing her study of music in that city Mr M1 Broughton magistrate at Brass field this county was a Berea visitor on Saturday of last week He was accompanied by his daughter BerthaBicknell it Early have added great lv to the neat and attractive appear ance of their large stores by the rearrangement of their stock which they have recently made County Judge T J Coyle of Jackson county was in this city Sat urday He is residing temporarily at Berea until Le can rebuild at Clover Bottom Jackson countyRichmond Pantayraph Miss Sibyl M Noble of Williams burg is the guest this week of Mr and Mrs J J Branaman Miss Noble has resigned her position as matron at Williamsburg Academy and goes Monday to her old home at James town N Y- Several new cases of small pox have developed in the family of Edward Anderson who lives near the depot but as yet the disease has not extend family and with the Lprecautions that are being taken it is that it will The wreck of a freight train near Hazel Patch six miles south of Liv ingston on the K D division of the L N railway delayed traffic for ten or twelve hours Tuesday Morn I ing passenger trains transferred their passengers and baggage around the t wreckMr C M Mullins and Mr B F Goforth both formerly of Valley View have become residents of BereaI and during the past week have open doorsrnorth of the printingoffice The style of the firm is Mullins and GoI forth and as they have an entirely new stock of goods well displayedand well selected they will draw their share of the tradetMr Wayne Wilson who for some time has been in the employ of the Berea Banking Company here spent a few days this week at his home in Louisville Yesterday he went to Henryville Ind to take the position of Cashier in the new Henryville Bankwhich will be opened there to day W H Porter also left yester day for Honryville where he will spenda week superintending the opening ol the bank andassisting Mr Wilson to give it a good start The musicale given by the LadicsI Aid Society of the Union churchat the Parish House last Saturday night furnished those present with one of the most delightful entertainments ort the year The vocal numbers included solos by Mr Wells duets by MissI Putnam and Mr Wells and Misses Jones and Osborne Bristol Taylor sang the Swapping Song accompany inghimself on the dulcimer Besides these tho children who took part gave additional interest Burley Lanehart singing a solo and Della and Lucy Holliday a duet The instrumental numbers consisted ora piano solo byj Miss Losr violin solo by Mr Louis Hinman and cornet duet by Messrs Simpson and Wheeler Readings were given by Mr Wheeler and Miss Shultz Each participant deserves special mention but suffice it to sayI that every number was wellrendered a Wm Newcomb an account of whose capture at MtVernon appears In our first column turns out to be the same man who was arrested here Saturday night March 6 by Marshal Tatum After tho arrest Tatum went into the depot to send a message leaving Newcomb in charge of Goo Dolt and L A Wntkina During Tatum s absence Newcomb broke away from his guards and ran Five or six shots were fired after him one of which it transpires took effect in Newcotnbs shoulder This wound led to his final capture When arrest ed here Newcomb was very anxous to learn the cause of his arrest and vouchsafed the information that he knew nothing of the Danville murder though he had not been chargedwith the crime of killing Rucker This and ether incidents have led to tho suspicion that Newcomb and his partner Ansol Wilson who was recently killed by an officer at Somer set are responsible for the Danville crime THE BAND CONCERT Can you afford to miss the rare musical treat on Tuesday March 22 On that night tho Borea College Band will present the program which they now for some months hive had iu preparation Those who have had n chanco to hear tho Band this year know the great progress made underthesecotul year of director Simpsons manage ment The BaudH ability to play first cl ss music inn firstclass manner will be thoroughly demonstrated next Tuesday night Besides the regular numbers by tho Band the Symphony orchestra will reader two select ions which we predict will be all the rage within twentyfour hours after the concertThe Bands special soloists upon the trombone cornet violin piano etc are sure to receive large ovations and they all have encores So we say again can you afford to miss such la brilliant program when the price of admission is but 15 cents I11II 3iitiIH+ iriI3 t College Items 3t HERE AND THERE l HHHIHHHIHHHI Hay is getting scarce and for theI first time instead of buying hay College Farm has hay to sell The College Farm Department has a quantity of the Buckeye Fertilizer which has done such wonders for the College fields which it can dispose of to farmers who apply soon to Prof MasonEdward E Flanery a student here 1897 to 1900 enrouto from Frankfort to his home in Owsley county stopped off here a row days this week to visit relatives and incidentally to revisit the school He lied been to the capitol city on a visit to his parents who now reside there ALPHA ZETA ANNUAL BANQUET On Friday evening March 12 oc curred the annual banquet of A Z members and guests No previous year has equalled tho success of this The Parish House furnished an ideal place for the nine commodious tables set for ninety eight persons The guests of the evening entered the banquet hall to the strains of music from the or chestraThe several courses of good things finished all were in thit peaceful frame of mind conducive to ones best expression of thought Miss Robinson Profs Dinsmore and Dodge for the guests and C Hinman Townsend and Barton for the society fairly spar kledwith wit and pleasing language Howard Ernst was toastmaster The profuse room decorations of society banners and colors the sparkle of the tables under the shaded lamps the animated assembly all made a pleasing picture to the onlooker from gallery We safely assert that this occasion raises to the dignity of being the social function of the year No one with 16 cents will be kept out of the Tabernacle on March 22 the Grand Band Concert night If its a bilious attack take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick recovery is certain For souls by S E Welch Jr RULE OF THE WORST Berea College Like Many Other Great Public Interests Outraged by the Legislature Just Adjourned Kentucky must have reached that dark hour which is said to come just before the dawn The legislature just ndjnurned hits been a plague anti a disgrace to this Commonwealth not because it With Democratic by nu overwhelming ma jority but because it was controlled by tho worst elements of tho Demo cratic party Democrats who have regard for the principles of their party iu its best days have suitably charao teriz d tho spirit and action of the element now iu control The erection of a new judicial district for sake of enthroning the famous Judge Hargis of Breathitt county the violation of tho constitution in tho districting of the State and in the milking of thin new county of Beckhaui and the prostitution of the school fund for political purposes are examples of the absolutely unprincipled course of the reckless majority Elected as this legislature was no other kind of action was to be expected Yet it seemed till the very last that the proposed action against Berea would be defeated by tho quiet men who were trying to save what they could of the public interests from tho wreckage of the faction iu power The argument before the Senate Committee wo print in full this week President Frost was buttonholed by more than one senator who came to him a perfect stranger to say that he abhorred the bill and yet felt that it could not be defeated if it came to a vote and should vote for itI for the simple reason that if ho failed to do so he would b stigmatized as a friend of the Nigger and hindered in all his future political aspirations Major Curtis F Burnam gave what was acknowledged by all to be the greatest speech of tho session when he spoke iu opposition to the bill The presiding officer of the Senate Thorne who was almost abusive inI his advocacy of tho bill said ho would rather be able to make a speech like Major Burnams than to ho Lieuten ant Governor But constitutional arguments and appeals to conscience or the principles of democracy have no effect upon the votes of certain kinds of men The bill passed in its crude and ruthless form amendments being do bated for roar that a delay might prevent its passage altogether The College will continue faithful to its principles and God willnot allow it to be permanently injured because of its regard for the poor and the despised All young people who are looking to Berea for education and help may be assured that they will be fully provided for The Trustees meet to consider tho situation on the thirtieth of this monthI HIH +HH1IHtII HHI IThe Home l2Ir The Cat School Front IltttUirg and fnm lIstnIInm Cprlnjteld too as will The cats came tu the cats fclijol To Itorn to rwul and spell UB kept by Nr Scratch A rat of mlt nty brainlWho teaches tLem Well aided by her CAneIBeneath her cage tuition In course of time youll BIO The maljefie If he studios A clergymen will lie TO LEARN TO HEAD AND filKLL Young Tub will be a soMfor A captain bull nnd true And Jack will be n lawyer And make a good judce too 8TheAlthough severe she looks She males them pay attentlen And sUck well to their books Detroit Journalt m WKKHHHHHJHHIWH t The SchooltJOIN W1RT III +1II + IGive the Children a Chanco IXIIK IATIKH Til TlIK TnlBlSK rAIlMEK Sir Do wn not owe to our children the best supply of capital toward lifes struggle which is within our power to give thetnt A good education is bettor titan money and is something they can never be robbed of Whoa once gained it forms a solid foundation up on which they can build and thus fitI themselves for almost any position life Teach tho children to enjoy good books and keep trashy ones out of tho house Teach them to enjoy and study the beauties of nature Why take thorn from school at fourteen or fifteen years of aRe Thoy are just beginning Let each child follow its own bont as much as possible If you have six chil Iron dont expect all six to have the same tastes and talents If at four teen a child shows a tasto for one particular branch of study encourage this help him to ronccmrato thought and ambition on this one point to learn all ha can on this subject that he may became master of it If to reach this point wo are deprived of the childs services about tho home remember that wo nro helping him or her to build tho foundation for a high position and good pay If thin taste runs to farming be it lay or girl push that inclination Direct tho studies in that line help tho child to become expert in that branch and how much better fitted he or IIhwill he to take charge of homo affairs or to superintend the farm of some one else at a high salary Is that not better than to plod along just able to read and write content to do this with no ambition no hope and probably no money but instead a dull and listless face and mind to pans down to posterity J MART A WHALES Spring Valley N Y ++++ojH+ H +II+HI+IIIIH lTheT T FarmIi I SILAS CBBBVER H 1IHH 1 IIt FEEDING EXPERIMENTS t etrh Conpea and Soy Ilene liar ns Suhtilutcs Fur Wliriit Ilrnu Fettling experiments to ascertain whether hay inutlu from miry vetch eowpcus and soy beans could bc ndvan tiiKfously substituted for must of the wheat bran in the ration of dairy cows led the Alabama experiment station to conclusions of which the following U u Nummary The following values per ton were used In calculating the cost of food Wheat brim SIM vetch hay 10 cow pea buy 10 cotton seed cotton seed meal 20 cottonseed hulls fl Vetch hay has proved fully equal In feeding value to a similar weight of wheat bran Ily this substitution the cost of the food required to make a pound of butter was reduced 3 per cent With the vetch ration the cost of food for a pound of butter averaged 10 cents In contrast with ISA cents when wheat bran was fed ihe waste In feeding vetch hay was with most cows about per cent of the amount offered and with cowpeu hay about 10 per cent The latter residue being useless Is charged ns a part of the ration That portIon of the cowpeu hay actu eaten proved fully equal In feed ag value to n slmllnr weight of wheat bran Charging cows with all the cow- pea hay offered them we found that cowpea hay had SO per cent of the feed lug value of wheat bran a ton of this hay being equal to 1720 pounds of wheat bran When wheat bran was worth 20 per ton cowpea Lay was worth 1720 and vetch slay 20 The monthly profits per cow were 4CT on the vetch ration and 133 on the cowpea ration One of the Jersey cows used In this test produced butter at a cost for food of only 813 cents per pound when fed on the vetch ration Running cowpea hay through a feed cutter did not decrease the waste iu feeding this food Four and a half per cent more butter was produced with soy bean hay than with cowpea hay if we tuke account of the portion of each actually eaten However a larger proportion of the coarse stems of tho soy bean hay was left uneaten When corn hearts were substituted for wheat bran the yield tit hotter was increased by 8 per cent 91000000 Worth of Cotton Ier DOT The total value of the cotton export ed during the fiscal year ended JUlie 0 1003 was 310180429 and if the all products of cotton exported be added thereto the figures are raised to 370708048 or an average of more 1000000 per day during the en- ire year Crop Reporter FARMERS We want live fat Poultry Eggs Hides and Feathers We pay highest cash prices We pay 40c per doz for Goose EggsC F GOTT CO Stuvvwori In llcrrn Produce Company Depot Street Bares Kr r00000000000000000000000000 oI Prices Groceries Fresh 1 ioo g o o We carry a full u line of groceries u We never over o stock so always o have a fresh line o stables handa Candies 0 We Deliver Any Time During the Day i PHONE 13 PRESTONS ST BSREA- o oooooooooooooooooooooooo THE CITIZENS CLASSI FIED AD COLUMN- Ads in this column 5c per line first insertion 2v nor linn each subsequent insertion flix words to line No matter when you live or what your wants are advertise iu this col umn and get results Cash must ac company order WANTED PUHCHASEK for an extra good waddle nOW for twothirds the cost CI co IHLmrLo Treasurer 0 l orne TENANT to cultivate JO acres of KoociaHerndon White Station Ky FOR SALE IJOUSK AND LOT oti Big Hill street Boren Gallon or address W L Flanery nt ren Ky SEVEN GOOD JACKS or will ex change for cattle or turtles J W llerndou Whites Station Ky FIRST CLASS BUILDING BRICK constantly on hand Wo also havo hard burned brick and bats for cisterns at very low price Berea Collego Brick want ALSO PURIFIES THE BLOOD Cook or Seo our this week page of tho Fair which wo our subscribers an take part you full credit your ovary cent you Tho estimates free and for you 0 oFruitsU always g on oSeeu of 0 o o v o g o g o g u H FOlNTAiN 1ENtwentytentseaeh- and upu Nrtlens ere gold with EmetpeidN UOMKSPUNcoTerlet linen suit patterns etc I B A brows Coiikling Ky I WHO WANTS BIG CHOPS ThetprorMROnBuckeye ltrUzr which made tuck tall good corn and other crop the past season For price etc soon SEVERAL TONS of good baled balIamt W B Jones Paint Lick Ky Inflammatory Rheumatism was CurodIWilliam Shaffer a brakemen Dennison Ohio wan to hU bed for several weeks with Hun id a tort rheumatism I uwwlweny he says Finally I sent i McCaws drug store for a Chamberlains Pain Ileum which time I was unable to IIM band or rootjand in ono weeks tiiiiw xu able toga Ito work as happy as n clnm For sale by S E Welch JrIDR FENNERS j Kidney Backache All Dlieuet of tht bladder ud urinary organ Also hurt digest rbtumatUm backache grand dropsy feat trouble CureDont discouraged There U a curl for you If necessary writ Ur Keaaer Ho line spent a lifetime curing Just such cases as yours All cooiultatlous are FftBX rat16onoudagaformations and effected a cure W T OARKS Orris Sold by DntireUti and tt Ask for Dr Fonnnrn Almanac or nook Free ol a manydozensofHrFeneralVituaVITUS I Write Call on IHARBER and HUGUELY Main Street Richmond Ky I for prices on Oats Clover Timothy and other Field Seeds and IGrassesPhone 35 It annoucoment on 3 Worlds contest in givo opportunity to Remember we givo on subscription account for send in are absolutely secure any linen apply straw of conflnM In remedies to bottlof at kldntji j become Va youtogiven for tho closest estimate made before April but this does not lessen your chance to secure the 5000 prize Sendmon91 and guesses to day Use blank on page 3 j More Than Books NeededB- y PROF L E COOLEY Su atIntendantoltkChlusolubtleSehoelt IffiJ p E arc ninkiiifT place for Je boy in the public schools of liicago making place for the boy and the whole hoI i or instance I have three boys mill three girls at my house and should he able to judge of a few things re garding the two scxe4 I recall a scene this morning before I left home which ought to he slIggc the ofa good deal concerning tin boy This boy of mine had been in bed with a cold for several days and came up smiling for the first time in a week The first we heard of hint was in a noisy rumpus with one of his sisters At home wo regard these small bickcrimrs as in considerable part a portion of cd ucation When the trouble had blown over the young1 sUr light solace in the operation of a lathe and jig saw that had been nggul up for him in the basement Hut with the usual luck of a con vakocrnt boy lx th lathe and saw got out of order past working them There is a husky sort of bulldog in the house which is part watcher of the premises and in part the playfellow of the children The animal got loose and had come into the room when the boy went after him The bulldog retreated hastily backing into a dark corner under a table and hugging the walls refusing to he dragged out or coaxed out Andall this on the part of the toy could he regarded only a indications of his returning normal good health and spirits of which so many parents and teachers in all times have complained From the point of view of the school in Chicago it may be said that 80 per cent of the children assembling in the tchoolrooms of the city are tint of the hook loving types These must ft given something more than a book anti a task out of the look There arty ninny persons making time charge of fads against the schools when they are ignorant of what a school needs to he for the boys of a great city Let these people recall for instance that tin term dunce has not been used in the modern public schools anywhere in the last ten years The dunce as we once knew him has gone not to return while the only child that suggests the classification has been discovered to he deflective and in need of an altogether different treatment than is provided in time average public school In the old days the dunce might be set down as the boy who never had been reached as we arc now reaching him through the encouragement of piny and playgrounds and in modern methods generally We took up the boy years ago to interest him in science work It was good in its way hut it was disowned that it did not go far enough The boy wanted to cuter into the experimentations with his own hands and from this beginning have come our manual training schools some of which lire open nil the year through school terms and through vacations nftke The time was when it was considered that there was no value iit ninmml training that laboring with ones hands cuhurej wen the opposite effect upon the child limit it is not true of the is full of animal spirits often you can reach his brain only through hisI hand As an animal he has a pair of legs and a pnir of arms that need alldIManual training will give time necessary exercise to his arms and hntidf while the impetus that has been given by the school teacher to play and to the results of playing have given the toy a new life in the school Oitcr the playground in the school premises was regarded as something only to be tolerated by the teacher now a teacher encourages playing by MR own presence on the grounds provided there be a need for him there Public playgrounds in the city have done much for the boys of the growthitivities and depredations of which a nci hhorhooll1l1ight have occasional cOll1plainILet the domestic side of Chicago look to the opportunities of the hay before we get him and I think we shall be able to prove that there is n place worthy of his efforts in the public school system Make the Boy Respect LawB- yI JACOB A RIIS Author cf How the Other llslt Live file It is an old observation based upon hard experi ence that no clTort to better the lot of time poor amount to much in the long run unless in oiye way- it takes the form of education The experience in camp that enables a young tough to figgcr out that it costs more to be bad den good and starts him off on the other track reaches dot n throughall theories and good intentions to hardpan and heads off the jail and workhouse It solves lime problem of society as embodied in that tough Only so will hat problem let be solved by individual Tort one tough at a title 1 believe thoroughly in the plan ol the Junior republic as applied to the slum I believe in it as a practical effort to fit the boy to the things that are rather than to such as might be in a millennium neither he nor we will live to sec 1 believe in it above nil as a means of teaching the boys what boys most need today in our country respect for law If our plan of gov ernment is to endure that must be the next great issue It is the con tempt for law wfich the fellowship 01 politics and legislation has brought upon us that makes toughs and largely slums Contempt for law is the beginning of barbarism In the issue with the forces of barbar ism the Junior republic has taken its stand on the side of patriotism alid good citizenship Smoke Without HarmB- y PROF FURST i of the llniversltyot Loi iii m r T is possible to smoke without harm resulting to time smoker if he is careful to follow a few simple rules This fact I have demonstrated to my own satisfaction at least after careful and scientific investigation When smoking be careful to observe the following precautions i Use on Imild tobacco 2 smoke only good tobacco 3 do not smoke the last half of a cigar or the end of a cigarrette 4 if a cigar or a cigarrettc goes out do not re light it 5 do not sit in a room filled with the fumes of tobacco 6 do not chew the end ofa cigar 7 use a cigar holder or a cigarette holder with a bit of cotton to catch the nicotine 8 at home smoke only pipes with long stems and preferably nargileh USEFUL FARM STRUCTURE Barracks Arc to De Preferred to Stacking Because Convenient and Cheaply Built I rtccntly saw In a book for the Information of farmers plans and do rcrlptlon of a arrack laving built them and livIng In a section where every farm has them warm greatly 1m pre 8ed with what the writer did not know about those useful farm structures The diagram herewith showa tho true way to frame around tho corner post and the manner of arranging tho sweep for ruining and lowering Four straight chestnut poles 22 feet long lire selected from tho woods and Gored with holes ono foot apart to receive HARRACK FIt3Mlv bractplateA P root board the bolts which support tho roof They are set four feet In tho ground and IS feet apart as that Is a convenient size to make a barrack Tho plates are four by six Inches made of white pine or some other light wood as Is all tho material of tho roof Lightness Is Im portent nail the root boards are made on onehalf Inch material Tho braco across tho corner Is made of 2 Inch plank rplkcd strongly to time plates It In of such a height that the rafter which rctti on It If projected through tho corner post would meet the frame at Intersection of tho plates The roof boards are cut around tho corners leaving a bolo a few Inches larger than the corner posts A little rain that gets In at tho corners or through thin roof does practically no harm as the open condition of tho barrack fa vera quick drying Barracks are much to be preferred to stacking are con venient and cheaply bulltG Davis In Ohio Farmer MAKING THE ARMY USEFUL Agricultural Paper Suggests Em ployment of Idle Soldiers in Con struction of Highways Gen Mile has been developing a scheme whereby tho army when not In tervlco which most of the time may be relieved of the monotony of a life with nothing to do but out and sleep and at the sumo time bo of tome practical use to the country Ho proposes that they bo supplied with modern road machinery and yet to improving tho roads of tho country There Is much good hard tense In this proposition There has recently been considerable effort made to restore to the soldier the privileges of the can teen on the ground that In his enforced idleness there were other aid worse evils which were liable to tako posses sion of his time whoa tho canteen was refused him We bolevo tho proposi tion to give him something to do will re hove the monotony of his position In a way that will far better for him and for the country in general and certainly moro to the credit of the nation So long as these regiments must be main tained at public expense why not have them employ their time in a way that would b9 for their good and of practical value to the general public While our army U vastly smatter than that waft tamed by most other countries of similar proportions and tho expense of main taming it la consequently less burden some yet if It can be employed at some useful occupation this burden will bo still farther reduced Every little helps in cutting down time expenses and with the large nnd increasing demands for public Improvements along various tines ull over tho country It Is certainly ad visable to adopt economic changes wnorcvcr practical Prairie Farmer Dry Dust for Spraying Mr 1 A Goodman stated recently that spraying was today a necessity with tao progressive apple grower He had been testing tho merits of dust spray anti while ho did not feel qual ified to atato that It was altogether an improvement over time old liquid form yet he had seen lit to uso it exclusively on an orchard of over 400 trees Thor oughness seemed to be the keynote t success As to tho dust he pru nounccd it sate cheap easily applied and no water hauling necessary Ills formula Is as follows Lime 20 pounds Paris green ono pound try Bordeaux ono pound sulphur ono pound con centrated lye pulverized one pound The dry dust spray is without doubt rapidly gaining friends and wo will all know more about It a few months hence Midland Farmer Luck of color In hutter usually tells tlmb story of dry feed and often abides In poor butter although sometimes really iood hotter lacks color WORLDS OLDEST BUTTER Jar Which Was Buried on a Nebraska Farm Fifty Years Ago Just Drought to Light Tho age of butter has always been a fruitful theme for the wouldbe humor ist but tho most exaggerated statement hardly exceeds tho actual facts con cerning some butter on exhibition in San Diego Cal Mrs M A Qctatur mother of J W Thompson manager of the IostalTel egraph company In dint city is In re ceipt of a sample jar of butter made In 1858Fifty years ago Mrs Decaturs name was on a Nebraska farm near DecaJr Among other natural advantages of tho farm was a neverfalling sprint the root shallow of which madennldeal placo for tho storage of milk and but ter At various times small jars of butter that were placed In the spring mysteriously disappeared and tho Indiana who were numerous at that time were credited with having appro priated them The mystery was solved however when a large Jar of butter became Imbedded in the sandy bottom of the spring and In spite of all efforts to recover it sank from sight and was given up for lost Tlmo passed the homestead was given Into other hands and the spring fell Into disuse- A few days ago a party of hunters discovered on the old farm the rim of a burled Jar which they fondly hoped might be a pot of gold but which proved when unearthed to be the longlost Jar of butter When exposed to the air the jar crumbled to dust but the butler remained Intact Although covered with green mold the main body of the butter was of the original color and consistency A small piece was sent to Mrs Decatur while the large part has been placed In cold storage and no doubt will find Its way to the St Louis expo sltion as the oldest butter In tho world BUTTER A GOOD MEDICINE It Is the Most Delicate of Fatty Substances and Quito as Valuable as Cod Liver Oil flutter Is so common a commodity that people use it and scarcely ever think what wonderful value lies atI their hand In the parts of dainty yellow cream fat says the American Cheese hIusefuland that without its mild the table would be bare of Its thinly rolled bread and butter Its delicate cakelets and Its other accessories Beyond theso uses the value of butter is a thing only vaguely thought of But this delicate fat is as valuable as the dearer cod liver oil for weakly thin people and doctors have frequently recommended tho eating of many thin slices of bread thickly spread with butter as a means of pleasantly taking Into the bodily tissues one of the purest forms of fat It Is possible to get Butter Is a carbon and all excess of It Is stored up as fat in tho body It gives energy nnd power to work to those who eat heartily of It So it Is not economy at table to spare the but ter even to the healthy folk For any one aflllctcd with consumption butter cookery If plenty of fat can be digest ed Is one of the best ways of curing the disease If It Is In Its early stages or of Keeping It at bay If advanced Butler Is not a simple fat composed ofIno seven sorts of fate and no more complex oil can be taken than this Is CURE FOR A JUMPING COW A Contrivance Which Cannot Fail to Work Complete Reformation in a Short Time Here Is a suro cure for the jumping cow Take a pole eight or ten feet long tie ropo around It nearly In the mll He big end at back have ropo fast CURE FOR JUMPING COW to a halter on the cow Fasten the rope to the pole so when tho cow lifts her head and walks along the back end of the pole will drag on tho ground and tho forward end will lift up she comes to tho fenco the end lhenI vole will run under the fence and hold her head down she cannot jumpltu ral New Yorker Cruelty to Veal Calves I want to protest against tho cruelty practiced In slipping live val calves to market They arc taken to the calf pen at the railroad station earlyto the morning sometimes and in the coldest weather left there exposed for several hours often until late In the afternoon Then they aro hustled into tho car and tent to somo distant city there to hunger and shiver with cold several days longer Their mouths are some times tied shut to keep them from making a noise I know of no other animal so shamefully treated It Is enough to melt a heart of steel when passing a pen to hear their cries After such suffering they become feverish sad their meat cannot bo wholesome It Is much more humane to hogdresi them and ship their carcasses This can easily bft done Ir cool weather Farmers Wifo in Farmer Journal Berea CotePLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Owor 40 Teachars and 900 Studonts from 26 Statos Largest Colleco Library n Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Coursi with agriculture for young men Anil OormBtic Science for young Laiiins Tri lo KchoolH Ctrpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years countyCerlifientrAcuUeiny Course Four years fitting for College for business and for lifn COMORO Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baecnlaur ate dt fMo- aJWuHle Choral free Recd Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to help nil who will help themselves toward a Christina education Our instruction is II free gift Students pay a small incidental f payforbrought within 2400 about SIC to be paid in advance The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Con greg itloy allele Methodists 1resbjteriana and good people of ill denominations L 1r INrORHtl01 n FRIENDLY iMrtU III SfCRTAEY WILL C GAMBLE Bcrcaf Madison County Ky eJ f The International Bible Seriesis Ts LARGEST UNE Or BIBLES IN THE WORLf THEY IINOI NID fOK TMIm CLEAR PlllftTSCHOLAIlLY HELPS SUPERIOR BINDING DO YOU NEED A BIBLE 1 Then send for this Trtacli Mariec Divinity Circuit Soait Corner Red trader Quid Edges SILK SEWED Large Tjfi BIBLES CONTININa The Combination Concordance the the most COMPLETE OlM T1 THE STUDT OF TH SOU 85 ctsDITllllt7 Circuit rotpat t J 4 n H tIIIIItIIi P Corn Meal Ship Etc Our Floor hard to beat OF is 1IIIIItltI IdH F I i Whiles Station Ky dJ FOR ONE TERM 12 Weeks BC1IUOL tint day of term College AcsdA ASctee Modell L6 Norm Kormul School A ram eM I 10 4M IM nOllAl Fee U JS IS u 1Ji IIS Jtt J2S lotal school Ezpeaset arc so0 100 400 For pluno and other ezuai as Special Xlltnlta below LIVING CM la sdvaas ky month Room rent fcy term Bird room fuel and llxbti 121 for taU and prlng 1175 a week Vtot winter term WM In the villageallowed In approved placet Tirlei In price according to accommo dalloni furnUbed To be paid the fist day Including the depoi It In Collegiate I20SO Academy and Latin Normal f1910 Applied Science Normal and A Grammar I172J Model Schools I1JM In winter f more for each No student N received wbo Ullji to mike this advance pay Ordinary Expenses for II Weeks are seen to be In Department J30 Academy and Utlu Normal Applied Science Normal and Grammar Model School r 5 In winter Ihten dollars more for each Students paying board and room rent In fun cr a term at the beginning receive a discount ol Slty cents Students duly excused before the end of a term receive back an equitable portion of the money they have EXPENSES Piano Vooal or Special Theory pi leuoni hour elan of three 1700 Organ Violin H lea class of three 8 00 or per term 100 Class work In Harmony 100 Use of Ilano or Typewriter 1 hr a day 2 tae ol organ 1 hr a day a 00 Rent cl Minlo Library per term W Chemical Laboratory according material and about O- Jttayslcal and term 10 Bradustlon H with diploma iOO 1a Citizen Mlnlo- iSELFPRONOUNCING TEACHERS EzhtencebBlutrations 1855 PrIce 115 is t With Iaesat cis l ChristtedDDRESS THE BEREA x X Madison County Oilyno Manufacturers Fancy Stuffs Roller GOLD DUST Roller PRIDE Potts MADISON another Flour NECESSARY EXPENDITURES KXPENSCddu peper- unmated itrnorrtphr BXPBSBESBttart nlpenDepartment can Collegiate etc Stenography Typewriting 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The walking sick what a crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sickenough to go to bed- Chronic cases thats what the doctors call them which in common English means long sickness To stop the continued loss of flesh they need Scotts Emulsion For the feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion It makes new flesh and gives new life to the weak systemScotts Emulsion gets thin and weak persons out of the rut It makes new rich blood strengthens the nerves and gives appetite for ordinary food Scotts Emulsion can be taken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the time Theres new strength and flesh in every dose We will be glad to send you n few doses free sure that ttdt picture In the form of a liWI iun the wrapper of every bottle ol EmulSIon you buy SCOTT d BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N w1Vie rnlet A Good Thing Is to get just what you ask for in the drugstore so insist on having Para camph for Catarrh or Cold in the Head Paracamph contains no co caine as many socalled Catarrh reme dies do but it relieves you instantly by soothing the inflamed parts and destroying the germs which cause the trouble So dont to day Every bottle guaranteeby 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 up you will be given credit for one year from its present expiration date whatever it is Bargain No One Reg Price Citizen 100 Toledo Blade 100 200 Our Bargain Price 125 Bargain No Two Citizen 100 Union Gospel News GO Driven Back to Eden 125 275 Our Bargain Price SlGO Driven Back to Eden is a charming story of several hundred pages by the famous author E P Roe and is beautifully bound in cloth Bargain No Three exceptSunday 300 Citizen Weekly 100 100 I Our Bargain Price 250 Bargain No Four Weekly1100American 160 Our Bargain Price 115 With any one of the four bargains above you can make four free guesses with any two 8 guesses andso on in our Worlds Fair contest described ou page 3 In writing please use the following coupon Address James M RacerBerea Ky CUT OUT FILL IN AND MAIL TODAY COUPON I enclose for Bargain No Name PostoQlce State My guesses in the Worlds Fair contest are a f Before Senate Committee Continued from page enco of opinion as to just how tar the races should be kept apart Sam e good people think the Negro should be sent back to Africaan ocean is not too wide a separation My friend John Temple Graves of Atlanta thinks the races should bo separated by State linesthat the colored people should be set off in certain territories all by themselves Not many of us go so far as that It is a question of degree and judgment There are scarcely any two Southern citiep where the limitations are exactly the same First of all Berea favors a repara tion of the races iu the public schools of Kentucky It is not a law of nature that the races should be separated In Ohio it is probably bettor that they should be united But for Kentucky this is the best arrangement and this was put into a law by men who were good friends of Berea But what is good for public schools where all attend without any partic ular sifting as to moral character may not be best in every private school We all agree that there should be friendly relations and a good under standing founded ou mutual respect between the races Such understand ing now largely rests upon acquaint ance based upon the former relation of master and slave As time goes on such acquaintance lapses and the Negroes get really less contact with the better element of the white race than in the days of slavery So it has seemed to us a good thing that selected individuals teachers for the most part and the children of teachers should have the instruction ol white men and women and measure themselves in the classroom with white students It has also seemed good that our white students should take nn interest in the prog ress of their colored neighbors and really meet in official relations at school some of the better representa tives of that race Certainly if the two races are to live side by side and cooperate for the general welfare some training is desirable on the part of some leaders in the art of getting along with mutualrespect and good feeling Certainly much depends upon the spirit and regulations of a school where this is done You have been informed of the devotion and missionary spirit in which Berea was founded As for our regulations each race has always had its own social life We have always been too poor to provide shelter for all our students and the majority find homes with selected families in the village There is less intimacy between the races in Berea than in many other Kentucky towns but there is more respect because our selected colored students are more respectable than the average of their race We have not always known or Followed the etiquette of caste but our arrangements have been such as to prevent any tendency toward inter marriage or moral contamination The advocates of this bill say that their men desire is to keep the races pure Gentlemen that is certainly one of the main desires of Berea College We may differ as to how this is to be done but we can shake hands in friendship because we desire the same result- I amacquainted with the old abolitionists as they were called andI with their children throughout the country and I can say to you that II do not know half a dozen persons in the United States who have expected desired or admitted as possible aI mingling of the races If there should be a tendency toward race contamin ation in Berea it would require no act of the Legislature to stop itwe should attend to it effectually our selves We believe that today there is less race contamination in the sphere of Bereas influence than anywhere else in the State and we will give you some evidence The Berea way of preventing the mingling of the races is not by repressing the NegroI and calling him by humiliating namesthat may do for a slave but It ia not the method with a freedman but we put such character andself respect into the Negro that he keeps himself in order Here are two bits of evidence of the most interesting and unanswerable character The first is a letter from the Hon John D Goodloe a former member of this Senate He says I am as you well know thoroughly Southern in my tastes and opinions and in politics a life long Democrat of the most thoroughgoing kind I have lived within five miles of Berea for more than twenty years and hadI the amplest opportunity of personally knowing the prominent men connected with that institution and of ob serving its work I have uniformlyI been struck with their piety and devotion to the uplifting of the classes least able to help themselves It was impossible not to note their cleanness of charac ter and purity of motive and the wonderful amount of good they were doing not only in placing a splendid education in the reach of thousands who otherwise could not have attained it but also in the great religious moral and lawabiding influences which emiuate from that center In deed I am quite sure that in freedom from scandal Berea College will compare favorably with any other college in the laud And in the second place let me quote one of our coloredstudents An assembly of about fifty persons iu favor of this bill was held in Rich mond and at its end a colored man named Jas White asked permission to speak and is thus reported by the stenographer I was educated at Berea as far as the sophomore year I had an opportunity to meet white young men iu class but 1 never got the idea that I ranked with thorn socially That is not what the colors man wants But this is the advantage I got at DeroaI learned how to approach a white man and do business with him I learned my busi ness manners at Berea And as a third bit ol evidence here is a testimonial and remonstrance signed by four fifths of the white voters of Berea and by some hundreds of other voters and property holders near us which testifies to Bereas eminent success not only in guarding against any improprieties and misconduct but also in instilling into the pupils the principles ol honor and the spirit of true religion Gentlemen a tree is known by its fruits Berea must be judged it is willing to be judged as to this matter of race by the character of its colored students If they are immoral or impudent then we agree that Bema ought to be radically changed But if we have trained for you a class of colored men on whom you depend very largely for the guidance of that race today then it must be that Berea deserves your approval We have not succeeded according to our desires but we have certainly sue ceeded to some extent Kentucky has been glad to take every colored student we could even partially train andset them up as models and leadI ers for tjie freedmen Facts mustI speak We are doing according our o meats and ability something to ward making the colored population more virtuous efficient law abiding respectful and selfrespecting exact ly the thing which the best people of this State desire to have done Not on the other handcan it be shown that cur white students have been in any way injured any more than tho numberless Kentuckians who have met colored classmates in Johns Hop kins and tho other great schools o the world This bill was recommended by the Educational Committee of the House under the false accusation that Berea was already violating the laws of the State and had simply been allowed to run on because no penalty had been specified The same claim was mad before the House of Representatives at the time this bill was passed The honorable members of thisCommittee and of the Senate are now fully aware that this charge was untrue A slight attention to the laws of our Commonwealth shows that where they forbid the attendance of white and colored- at the same school they refer solely and only to the schools supported by State funds With regard to prh ate institutions however it is certainly very questionable whether the Com monwealth has the right to interfere in the internal management To say that I may not teach a white and a colored boy at the same time may well be considered an invasion of personal liberty Bereas cause there fore in this matter is the cause of academic freedom in the whole land But above all technicalities of the law I present to you the moral wrong which it would be for Kentucky even if she had the powerafter allowing donors and friends in good faith for a period of nearly fifty years to invest not only larga funds but large efforts involving years of life this institution now to allow it to be harried by crippling legislation Moreover it should certainly bo a motive with the legislators to do all that can be done towards effacing rather than intensifying sectional lines The Northern States have adopted as a general policy the education of white and colored in the same schools The South has adopt edas it had reason and right to doE the contrary policy Well and good Let neither claim that the others conduct is immoral or wrong No Northern State has invaded tho aca detain freedom of private institutions by requiring that colored people should be admitted to all colleges mud universities and an n matter of fact in most Northern States there are now institutions which plainly state in their advertisements that one or the other race is excluded by the charter of the school In other words the North whilst adopting for its public schools the policy of mixing the tacos tolerates us perfectly right and honor ablo the contrary policy Now in it not reasonable that a border State like Kentucky should take the saran attitudoand allow thesamo toleration especially when this is tho custom of the whole civilized world outside our old slave States and whim it is n usage which grow up naturally ou our own soil and has flourished without evil fruits for so many years For 10 years everyone know Bureas position Senator McCrary lives in our county He has always knowu Borea and disapproved of this ono point But when hn was governor he never thought of recommending that tho legislature should undertake to pass a law against freodomof teach ing It is too lato a day to undertake such an invasion of private rights Perhaps I should rest tho matter here desire to be a helper to every friend of education in this region And as I Mars said before it is my belief that the things I desiro aro the things which my neighbors all desire to sod the white community and thin colored community living cull by silo with mutual confidence andre spect each with its own social life and its own guides and leaders and both cooperating for tho progress of the State Let me however take up one other aspect of the situation In case you should for reasons to mo iucompro hensiblo deem it necessary to pass some law interfering with tho internal management of Heron College let me oak that tho bill or law should bu framed with a consideration for the work Korea has done and may do I am sure you will fool that the service which has been performed by Bores College to this Commonwealth on titles it to large consideration And moreover you demro to appear to tho thousands of friends of this Institu tion who watch your action you desire to appear to them to act with some degree of justicoaud moderation Of course any act of doubtful constitutionality throwing us into the courts would seem like persecution entailing expense and uncertainty So any act impairing a charter would make donors and capitalists hesitate to invest in this State The bill as it now stands has peen twice amondexli doubtless with kind intent but yet inconsiderately It would require us to select a now site twentyfive miles buildingsfpensive machinery of a new institu tlon in tho short space of six months Compliance would be impossible I cannot tell what course we should adopt in the event of hostile legislation but you would certainly desire to leave our trustees the largest liberty to moot hard conditions in the way they should find host and least expensive We cannot andwould not as some have suggested treet tho colored man as Abraham treated Ishmaelgive him a bottle of water and turn him adrift in the wilderness Ths Negro is in need and we think of the time when Christ shall say Inasmuch as ye did it unto one of these my brethren ye did it unto me On the other hand the require ment that we should remove the white students to some point twenty five miles away would cut down the advantages of each division of the school onehalf It would amount to a confiscation of half our properties But gentlemen I do not dwell on this point for I believe you are fully convinced that it is safe and just to allow an Institution which has for so long a time been doing much good and no harm logo forward unhindered and not uncheured by the patriotic people of Kentucky Tho Narno Witch Hazol The name Witch Hazel is much abused E C DeWitt 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