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Brrnksitln L Hot Ii4HtIE11VOL V A Family PaPer BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 31 1904 One dollar a year NO 41 IDEAS The bout things in the world aro t thou hut arc xlvcu uwuy Nobody likes to bo used nit a stepping itoue by Ills friend Some pwple uro mcli bad tulsllts that they wear cured on the UHyosltlous of t their friends and rilutlvuH TAKE NOTICE The advert noment of our Worlds fair Contest appears thin week and hereafter on page 7 Kemombcr thorn aro only four wookii left in which to mako your guesses in our Worlds Fair Contest Thu time la short make your gums at onco Old and nun subscriber to TIn CITIZEN Imvo already entitled tbom selves to 112 RueflACt in our Worlda Fair Contest which proves its popu larlty lion John O Wonlley the greatest temperance orator In the world will speak in Iloren on the IHtli ulAprll ICeiuoin ber the day FROM THE WIDE WORLD I The veaiiola of tho Panama navy are offered for sale Prof Carl Schumnnn one of Ger many moat famous botanists is load Sir Edwin Arnold poet Hx rUman r and traveller died March 21 lu I LondonPremier Combs of Franco denies that he Is to resign as a result of recent Cabinet reverses Tho Japanese are reported to have merchantrhabor A detachment of American troops has killed the self styled President of the Filipino Republic and captured his followers There Will no loss of 4 life on the American side Representatives of churches with missions in the Congo country called on Secretary of State Hay this week and told of atrocities practiced on 4 natives They showed photographs of children whom hands and loot had been cut off because their parents failed to make the contributions re quired by the authorities IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The total cotton ginnage of 1903 was 10 nOuT 8 baHagainst 12715105 in 1102 The Confederate Veterans of Miss issippi have started a crusado against t the burning of human beings by ir responsible mobs Oov Vardaman of Mississippi ve toes a bill providing for tho training of colored people to give instruction in elementary branches to their race It has been determined that com morcial trusts like labor unions cau be hold liable for wanton injury to individuals and may be prosecuted and compelled to pay damages Dr Georgo R Parkin representing the Trustees of tho Cecil Rhodes scholarships has reached Amorica to arrange for the examinations todeter applicantsefree to Oxford Univer ally The examinations will bo held on April 13 A number of Indian chiefs and membera of their tribes called on President Roosevelt this week and wore advised by the President that a cessation of horse racing and gambling would conduce to their advancement t as citizens of the United States They were urged to turn their attention to agricultureICOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The Gideons an organization of Christian travelling mon will hold their State convention in Paducah May 8 The constitutionality of the law signed by Gov Beckham to tax single stamp liquors will bo contested in the courts by the wholesale dealers of tho State t AttorneyGeneral Hays is preparing a response to Governor Beckhams r answer to his protest against the Governors veto of the bill providing for assistant attorneys The Proctor Bill providing for tho purchase of tour army camp silos and an addition to Chickamauga was fa vorably reported to the Senate this week after Senator Blackburn had wade an Ineffectual plea for tho sub stitution of West Point Ky for ono of tho sites l a CZAR NICHOLAS II REVIEWING A DEPARTING REGIMENT The cur who baa iwttetl wlncu bin nccvnulon to the throne us n nwn of peace la iiiM to be iiiucb Inwii8iil because his uilvUors have plunged HiwMn Into war lie It also said to be angry because be hull been assured that the country was well prepared for hostilities POLITICIANS IN POWER Some of our readers may bo inter ested in the further light upon the factionICourier Journal and one from the Louisville Post Tho Governor Makes Good So the Govenor has signed the Hargis Gerrymander Bill a measure in justification of which no pretext was offered other than ono that was pettily and contemptily partisan Wo have known almost from the day tbat HarRis and Rodwino arrived in Frankfort and 0 enod their cam paign for a judicial district gerry mander that the Governor would interpose no opposition to their schemes We know this and said as much before the outraged sentiment of the State intimidated tho General Assembly into gauging at tho first Hargis bill and compromising on the second So much for politics as it is played Within less than a year after all Ken tucky was aroused to demand the putting down of Hargimam in Breath itt county and within less than six months after the Governor made as part of his campaign for reelection the plea that ho merited public con fidence and reward because ho had TRUSTEES IN SESSION Good News for Baraa- The Trustees of the College are in session in Cincinnati including Bur nam of Richmond Bolknap of Louisville Bond of Nashville Barton of Chicago Rogers of Brooklyn Wright of Michigan and others At the opening of the meeting President Frost announced the pledge of Mr Andrew Carnegie of thirty thousand dollars for a library build- Ing for the College This would bo a fine start toward a now sot of buildings in case tho School is forced to re move from the State A large number of plans for meeting Lefi8lahneTrustees will do their boat to safe guard all interests The village of Boron will be a chief sufferer in al most any case but we shall hope for the best At the hour when the Trustees con vened student and citizen prayer meetings wore held in Borea GRAND OPENIN6I At our store Corner Main and Center streets Berea Ky Friday and Saturday April let and 2nd whore you can receive correct hints on StyleInpride We will show count lean sbapea of pretty designs Every hue that the rainbow could hope to boast of finds place in our I put down Hargiaism in Breathitt county he turns up as nu open ally of Hargfc in that desperate plotters plans for continuing his evil power in mountainsHargis help the Governor very materially in his political undertak ings and the Governor has already helped Hargis as no other man could in Inn judicial undertakings with what politics that these undertakings imply on the side The fact that the most sacred tights of the people of Kentucky are betrayed lu this littlo arrangement counts for nothing Few things except to wiucount for much with many players of tho political gamo Louisville Courier Journal In his campaign Mr Beckham claimed the prisons were self support ing now it seems that they have con sumo t 300000 from the tax fund to supplement their own receipts in order to keep their prisons in proper condi tion Mr Bockham boasted of an increased school allowance and now it is said there was no revenue available for such a purpose Ho boasted of public economy and now the State revenues are exhausted He asked support in maintaining tho law in Broathitt and now he signs a bill creating a new judicial district for the benefit of Hargis and Redwiuo A striking contrast for tho consideration of the State Louisville Post superb gathering and clamors for your attention The choicest and richest gems of the old world looms vie with the creation of American ingenuity In futile attempts to exceed ono an others beauty Nothing has been omitted to complete title most elaborate style show of beautiful head gear and nil will bo surprised at the extremely low prices Dont fail to como Mns A T FISH The Jupanrio Minister Few members of the foreign corps nt Washington have had n wider diplo matic experience thou logon Tnka blra tho Japanese minister who through press of business line been compelled to forego n contemplated vie it to his native land with Mine Tafea hlro who recently salted for the land of cherry blossoms alone Mr Tnka Lira began tale dlillo matte career iu IBiD as attache of the Japanese legation at Washington re maining until 188 He returned to this yearsIlator 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fl QLiUNION S owide ill table hl- 1Itelfoetl rIjsao 8UM83 Pairs = airs i 901 =l5GG7aO 1airs vtlnea More Than OeuUct in tour tear THE 1fUIJOIIS WL nouglae makes and ell more mens 300 and 83JO hoe t hn n an jother two man ufacturer In tbe world W JViiglM 300 and flto shoot plated aide bj with 53W and 8000 shoes of other makes are found to bo u oil onlluary53u1Haiti of tat test leathers Including Patent Corona Kid Corona Colt and National Kangaroo rot rI abt Id Alwy HIUk IMh rd-w L Douglas S4OO Gilt Edge Uno cannot be equalled at any price Mhit aluloic eUnu eeDsCW T lim For sale by R R COYLE Berea Bring your watch clock and jewelry repair work to W Be Robe Co Shop over postoilice Prices low All work guaranteed We have the beet outfit in this end of Madison county ITIII CUM4 Tae apo 11n it limekccp Ittedpuutebekerdalmenekhot alptof IMprtea- eekl STEVENS ARMS ft TOOL lass P ttBojJUVt HWJ Chicopee Falls Haw A BOYLANDItHE TRAIL TO Whrrv IK mapl leaven are yellow And th Apples plump and mellow And the purple grapes arc bursting with their rich autumnal wine And the oak leaves redly llumlng All the blaze of sunset shnmlnK de a trail that wanders Idly tc a land of yours and mine II EOCS through the grassy hollows And across the hills It follow All the playful tunes and curving of the eversinging streams Overgrown with tangled Brasses All the olden haunts It panwos Till It fades Into a vlata that la cherished In our dream Past the pokcweeds and their brrricB And the dance halls of the fairies Over Held and through the forest It goes ever on and on With the thrush and klldec singing And the redbird madly winging Var ahead of us to somewhere where the sunset meets the dawn Up and down the hillside lugging With the hazel bushes tuning At our arms and blushing sumach holding spicy berries out And the hawtrees and the beeches IIJc orlet and plums and ptaches Just as young and just an plenty all our thuUKhts of age to flout So It stretches and it glistens Kfcr away and he who listens Hears the fcho of the halllngs and the murmur of a song Thit comes through the silence throb blltKUalr with laughter half with sob MnR T1Q It clutches at the heartstrings and would hold them overlong This Is the trailthe Trnll to Boy InndKow It spans the miles to joy land Passing leafy lane and blossom tangled vine and bush and tree Coaxing bees till they In coming Fll th hush of noon with humming And the wondrous way to Boyland e flus fair for you and me Chirac Daily Tribune t THEMISSISSIPPIBUBBLE I Oy EMERSON HOUGH AnttoTOfTkaStoryof the Cowboy 21o GUI at the Hill way BOSM Etc prrlgbL1 by Lmtfon noseh CHAPTER XIX CoXTlMtxn She stood erect her eyes Hashing fcer arms outstretched her bosom untlng under the fringed garments her voice ringing as it might have been with the very essence of truth and passion Law looked at her stead ily But the shadow did not lift from his brow though he looked long and ponderedCome said he at length gently None the less we are as we are In every game we take our chances and In every game we pay our debts Let us go back to the camp As they turned back down the beach Law saw standing at a little distance Ills lieutenant Du Mesne who hesl rtatrd as though bo would speak That is it Du Mesne asked Law excusing himself with a gesture and Joining the voyageur where he stood Why Monsieur Las said Du Werae I am making bold to mention art but in good truth there was some i question in my mind as to What might foe our plans The spring as you Jinow is now well advanced It waft your first design to go far Into the west and there to set up your station for the trading In furs Now there have come these little incidents which have occasioned us some delay While I have not doubted your enterprise monsieur 1 bethought me perhaps It might be within your plans now to go but little farther on perhaps indeed vti tarn back To go back said Law Well yes that Is to sal Monsieur Ias back again down the great lakes Have you then known me so 111 as tftls Du Mesne said Law It has not been my custom to set backward Toot on any sort of trail Oh well to be sure monsieur that I know quite well replied Du Mesne apologetically I would only say that 1C you do go forward you will do more than most men accomplish on their first voyage nu large In the wilder ness There comes to many a certain shrinking of the heart which leads them to find excuse for not faring far ther on Yonder as you know monsieur lie Quebec and Montreal some what better fitted for the abode of monsieur and madame than the tents af the wilderness Back of that too ns we both very well know monsieur lie London and old England and I Iliad been dull of eye indeed did I not recognize the opportunities of a young gallant like yourself Now while I Jtnow yourself to be a man of spirit Monsieur Las and while I should wel come you gladly as a brother of the trail I had only thought that perhaps yon would pardon me if I did but ask your purpose at this time Law bent his head In silence for a moment What know you of this for ward trail Du Mesne said he Have you ever gone beyond this point In your own Journeylngs Never beyond this replied Du done and indeed not so far by many hundred miles For my own part I rely chiefly upon trfe story of my brother Oreysolon du Lhut the bold est eoul that ever put paddle In the St Lawrence My brother Greysolon by the fire one night told me that some years before ho had been at the mouth of the Oreen bay perhaps near this very spot and that here he and his brothers found a deserted Indian camp Near It lying half In the fire whore lie had fallen in exhaustion was nn oLd a very old Indian wno had teen abandoned by his tribe to elletor that you must know monsieur is one of the pleasant customs of the wilder nessGreysolon and hU men revived this savage in some fash on and meantime had much speech with him about this unknown land at whose edge we have now arrived The old savage said that he had been many moons north and west of that place lIe knew of tho river called the Blue Earth perhaps the same of which Father Hcnnepln has told And also of the Divine river far below and tributary to the Mes sasebe He said that his father was once of a war party who went far to the north against the OJIbways and that his people took from the OJIbways one of their prisoners who said that he came from some strange county far to the westward where there was a very wide plain of no trees Beyond that there were great mountains taller than any to be found in all this region hereabout Beyond these mountains the prisoner did not know what there might be but these mountains his peo pie took to be the edge of tho world beyond which could live only wicked spirits This was what the prisoner of the OJIbways said He too was an old man I The captive of my brother OreyI solon was an Outagamle and that the Outagamles burned this pris oner of the OJIbways for they knew that he was surely lying to thin Without doubt they did quite right to burn him for the notion of n great open country without trees or streams is of course absurd to any one who knows America And as for moun tains all men know that the moun tains lie to the east of us not to the westwardTwould seem much hearsay said Law this information which comes at second third and fourth hand True said Du Mesne but such Is the source of the little wo know of the valley of the Messasobe and that which lies beyond It None the less this Idea offers interest Yet you ask me If I would return Twas but for yourself monsieur It Is there If I may humbly confess to you that It is my own ambition someday I to arrive Myself this west an I said long ago to the gentlemen In Lon donappeals to me since It Is Indeed a land unoccupied unowned an em pire which we may have all for our selves What say you Monsieur Las John Law straightened and stiffened as he stood For an Instant his eye flashed with the zeal of youth and of adventure It was but a transient cloud which crossed his face yet there was sadness In his tone ss he replied My friend said he you ask rue for my answer I have pondered and I now decide We shall go on 1Vr shall go forward Lct us have this west my friend Heaven helping us let me find somewhere In some land a place where I may bo utterly lost and where I may forgetl- C1IAITER XX TilE PATHWAY OF THE WATERS 7 he news of the Intended departure was received with Joy by the crew of voyageurs who on the warning of an Instant fell forthwith to the simple tasks of breaking camp and storing JOHN LAW nOSE IN THK BOW the accustomed bales and bundles In their places In the great canot du Nord La voila said Tete Grls Hers she sits this canoe eager to go on Tls forward again rues amis For ward once more and glad enough am I for this day We oh all see new lands ere long For my part said Jean Breooeuf I also am most anxious to be away for I have eaten this whitefish until I crave no more I had bethouGht me bow excellent are the pumpkins of the good fathers at the straits and In deed 1 would we had with us moro of that excellent fruit the bean Bah Jean Breboeuf retorted Pierre Noir Tls but a poorhearted voyageur would hang about a mission garden with a hoe in his hand iPKtead of a gun Perhaps the good sisters at the Mountain miss thy skill at pulling weedsNay now I can liv2as long on fish and flesh as any man replied Jean Breboeuf stoutly nor do I hold myself Monsieur Tete Grls one Jot in courage back of any man upon the trail Of ceurso not save In time of storm grinned Tote One Then It Is Holy Mary witness my vow of a bale of beaver It is Well so be it said Jean Broboeuf stoutly Tis sure a bale of beaver will come easily enough In these new lands andthough I Insist again that I have naught of superstition in my soul when a raven sits on a tree near camp and croaks of a morning be fore breakfast an upon my word of honor was tire case this morning there must bo some III fate In store for us as doth but stand to reason But say you so said Teto Orb t pausing at his their with his face as suming a certain seriousness Assuredly said Jean Breboeuf Tls as I told you Moreover I In sist to you my brothers that the signs have not been right for this trip at any time For myself I look for nothing but disaster Tho humor of Jean IJrcboeufs very gravity appealed so strongly to hit older comrades that they broke out In to laughter and so all tell again to their tasks In sheer llghtheartedncss forgetting the superstitions of their clans Thus at length the party took ship again and in time made the head of the great bay within whoso arms they had been for some time encamped They won up over the sullen rapids of the river which came into the bay tolling sometimes wnlstdeep at the rordelle yet complaining not at all So In time they camp out on the wide expanse of the shallow lake of the Wlnnebagoes which body of water they crossed directly coming Into the quiet channel of the stream which fell In upon IU western shore Up this stream In turn steadily they passed amid a panorama tilled with constant change Sometimes the gentle river bent away In long curves Ylth hardly a ripple upon Its placid si face save Rlartllellfishsport or In the rush upon Its prey Then tho stream would lead sway Into i nelllwithof the graceful wild rice plant In these wide levels now and again the channel divided or lost Itself In little cut do sacs from which the paddlers were obliged to retrace their way All about them roes myriads of birds and wild fowl which made their nests among these marshes and tho babbling chatter of the rail the highkeyed calling of the coot or the clamoring o the himebuildliiK mallard assailed their ears hour after hour as they rncsed on between the leafyshores Then again the channel would sweep to one side of the marsh nnd give view I to wide vistas of high and rolling lands dotted with groves of hardwood with here and there a swamp of cedar or of j tamarack Little herds of elk and I drovefl of deer fed on the grasscovered slopes aa fat as sleek and fearless of mankind as though they dwelt domes II cat0 in some noble park It was a land obviously but little 1 flown oven to the most adventurous and as chance would hue It they met not even n vanderng party of the na tive tribes Clearly now the little boat wax climbing climbing slowly and gently yet surely upward from the tool of the great Like Mlchlganon In time the little river br iadencd and flattened out Into wide ihnllow ex panses the waters known as the Lakes of the Foxes and beyond that It lJe came yet more shallow and uncertain winding among quaflng bogs and unknown marshes yet still whether by imtlcnce or by cheer Mines or by de termination the craft stool on and on end no reached that end of the waterway which In the opinion of the more experienced Du Manor must surely ho the place known among the Indian tribes aa the place for the carrying of boats Here they paused for a few days at that mild summit of land which marks the portage between the east bound end the went bound waters yet Im pelled over by the Mr spirit of the adventurer they made their pause bit sort In time they Ininched craft on the bright smooth flood the river of the Outecanslns ofI coppeiyred by Its faroff course in the north whuro It bad lathed leagues of the roots of pine and tamarack and cedar They passed on Madily westward hour after hour with the current of this root stream unions little Islands covered with tim irr passed along bars of white stand and flats of hardwood beyond forest covered lnolls In the openings of xvblrh one might now cud again sr- i ral t istas of a scenery now peaceful and now bold with turreted knolls and sweeping swards of green 114 ihojsb some noble house of old En eland were set bact secluded within these wide nnd wellkept grnunda The country now rapidly lost Its marshy character and as they ap proached the mouth of tho great stream It being now well toward the middle of the summer they reached suddenly and without forewarning that which they long had sought The sturdy paddlers were bonding to their tasks each broad back swinging In unison forward and back over the thwart each brown throat hared to the air each swart head uncovered to the glare of tho midday sun earl nar towbladcd paddle keeping unison wltn those before and behind the hand of the paddler never reaching higher than his chin since each had learned the I laborsaving fashion of thin Indian ca nocman The day was bright and chicory tho air not too ardent and across the coppery waters titers stretched slants of shadow from the embowering forest tries They were alone these travelers yet for the time at least part of them seemed carefree and quite abandoned to the sheer zest of life There arose again after the fashion of tho voyageurs the measure of the paddling song with out which indeed the paddler had not been able to perform his labor at tho thwart Dane mon chemin Jnl rencontro chanted tho leader and voices behind him responded lustily with the next lino Troll cavaliers blen monies trots cavaliers bIen montes chanted the leader again Lun a choral et Iautre a pled came tho response and then tho chorus Lon Ion larldon dame Lon Ion larldon dail The great boat began to raovo ahead ctcpdlly and more swiftly nnd bind after bend of the river was rounded by the rushing prow Note Vn r iMi country our wln how far the jcmrnoj might carry him None know an of certainty that bo would ever In this way reach tho rent Mcssuscbo or even If he thought that such would b the case did any ono know tow far that Messasobo still might be Ye there come a time In tho afternoon ol that day even as tho chant of thi voyageurs still echoed on the woodcO bluffs and even as tho great birchbark I ship still responded swiftly to gaiety when on a sudden turn thelI arm of the river there appeared wltlI before them a scene for chlch they I had not been prepared There rip ding and rolling under the breeze as though Itself tho arm of some great I sea they saw a majestic flood whoso I real nature and whose name each man l there knew on the instant and In I MlnctlvelyMessaiscbe Messnsebo broke out i the voices of the paddlers Stop the paddles cried Du Mesne Vollal John Law rose In the bow of the boat and uncovered his head It was n noble prospect which lay before him His was the soul of tho adventurer Thlrctstood and gazed out upon Mr solemn romIsay lie gazed and gazed and It wt long before the shallow crossed hit face and before ho drew a sigh Madam said he at length turn I inc until ho faced Mary Connynge I tbU is the west We have chosen and we have arrived iTo He CoiitlntjrJl V HOME THRUST lolorcil Mnu Whit Wan ol lit 11 I nu fur un AiiHtvrr mi Orrii IullIJerome S McWatU said lk el- T Washington jceinod t 1 Then i was a boy to be tho nmriaat colon1 ntan In the world Jerome was a alive lie lived Ir Virginia at Males Ford Oc day In apr arl in a red velvet waUioat an itmUhiuav he was seized and to lO- Co tht mire for this wnl loiJl tvai the miners property The none had worn It on his wedding laj Well Jerome managed to prove ihi tie had not stolen tto waistcoat Cal Noun Hamilton had stolon It and Je roes tail boafht It from Cilbom fn a small wire Now Jerome the master Mid I admit youre not a thief tint youro II receiver of stolen property and that just us bill No no air said Jerome That s not just M had by any monlI Why Inut It Just as had said tits master Hocatuc you wonldnt ror lvi stolen Roods yourself sir If It vat bail What ilo you moan M u reset ci- of stolen Bonda Explain yonrtrU the mfostur commanded Why air said jtronic you bough and paid for mo the same u I botch and pall for that red waistcoat Nell wosnt I stolen snmo us the tralstmn was Wasnt I stolen out of Africa fonlilnt 1llilrrnlnlnl II The exv riflnc s of rlerns with thou mstowerj are very rrnllir but ribest that I have yet heard was relate to me yesterday by a clerk In one u our toal stores One day last ren fIlarge healthy looking man whose would give cne to undentc1 that bf was a north of Kn lander came nItjo store and wanted a stiff hat VVher rk asked him what sue Iwanted he said that ho did not htI 118 never worn a hat The rlcr him tint ho would tac nbirr slz seven which proved to be the rihJ1 size After buying the hat he told tti clerk that lp wanted a stiff cxllnr b he said that he did not know what bIto should require as he had nrrtr worn a blah collar In his life nit dept told him that ho would rofjnln about n size 16 What xclalmnr the astonished purchaser t I hi dickens do you make that rut ire havi to wear a silo 1C collar inii a sly lint Do you think my uek Is large than ray headLowell Citizen rinnil Cresi Ire il nflnn Owing to a disagreement belwco1 Austria and Scrria the folk who haY taken up their residence on a curtail little Island in the Danube pay no taxo and acnovvledgo allegiance to nobody the island which has very npim prlatcly been called Nobodys Island was formed many years ago by tht accumulation of mud and sand carried down by the great river during a flood Since then Austria and Servla Invi boon quarreling about Its poaicsMnn At low water the island Is nlmott eru nectcd with tho Sorvlan rliore by i narrow tongue of sand while at hit water It lies nearer the Austrian Islam of Oaztrovaer Consequently io art can decide to whom It really hfont3 and as the Island Is not worth enough to male It advisable for the Scrvlat or the Austrian government to fight over Its possession the Inhabitants art left entirely to themselves Struj Stories To Roar tsrs During the siege of Mafeklns one o the ofllcers organized n concert u singsong to keep up the spirits o1 the men Ho discovered according t tho story as It la told In V C that tit men had cause eiidiigh for low spirits Hearing of a sergeant In tho High landers who was a said performer hi ashed the man to contribute to ski concertIm sorry sir but I cannot Why asked the officer You pla some Instrument dont you- I dldjlr What was It The bones sir but Ive caton ra DR V H HOBSON JI Dentist JI KytoWakoful Chlldron For a long time tho two year old child of Mr P L HoPheraon 59 X Tenth St Harrisburg Pa would sloop but two or three hours in the early part of tho night which made it very hard for tho parents Hoe mother concluded that tho child hadstomach trouble and gave her half of one of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablots which juioted het stomach and she slept tho whole night through Two boxes of these Tablets have effected a permanent euro and she is now well and strong For sale by S E1Vleh Jr plEN714CU- 5pR1C ntPwatwsraiiptB pct broom Nhew rrrree oat rTporln pkUaUuhlvrtrm- qBWIFTaIco rl- op p U Patent Ode ttialhingtea 0 C h Moro Riots Disturbance of strikes are not near ly aa grave M an individual disorder of tho system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be follow ed by utter collapse unless n reliable remedy is immediately employed There in nothing so efficient to curt disorders of the Liver or Kidneys ei Electric Hitters 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C- oMONUMENTS atateatPiOrnlte sad Marbl aiworkmanlike manner nt rrn oimble prices andwith ilixpntrh Allwork guar StltlHXi b- yGOLDEN FLORA I ItlCHMOND Ky benaot u lralooerollinRfetaMothors II Protect your babies from that tirtouled disense Croup by applying toIis safe and sure It does not contain ally Cocaine Opium or Chloroform IH mothers remedy and should bo lit every homo every day in the year Ask S E Welch Jr Druggist 1Tis the Comfort Lino FREERECLINING CHAIR CARS On the popula- rHENDERSON ROUTE BetweenLOUISVILLE j I EVANSVILLEST The WEST And j SOUTHWESTAs of Free Reclining Chair Car service between Louisville and St Louis dont you think it would pay you in traveling to Get the Hen derson Route hobltfUwill us IAsk us about it L J Irwin Genl Pass Agt CliO L Oarrett Tray Pass AltLOUISVILLE KY i ITHECITIZEN I HHHM+MI HtMHIMH The Home JBNH1B LESTER HILL Editor H+HHIIHHI HH CHICKEN RAISING MTTKK Tilt TnlltlMK rAKMK- spring drawn near wo turn our tluJlIHhtlllllJlIollurgy towiml chickon reining HO perhnpn n tOW miggiwtionn would not come mutes First Hoe that the lion IIOUHO IH kept Close anil wliitowiiHliml both in nine mid out If you nro troubled with lico or nlU use coal oil mid carlx lia acid lu whitewHHhitig UHO crude car holio acid freely thou spray tho IIOUHO noels and coops with nn ninul hion made of coal oil and Hiidn Paint tho roots with puro coal oil evoy few days Got a ilimon worth of mothballs nut koop one in each nont When netting a lion put two or throe under her with thu eggs aud you will not be bothered with lien Altar tho chicks hnvu been hatched and taken from tho iiivil grease the hoe on brnant and under wings not too much however or you may kill tome of the chicks alwut onco a week This killn vermin and saves the chicks from bocoming iufiwtod It in a good plan to have a wjtarnto lot for young chicks but if this cannot bo had make n snail lood coop for each brood of fhtckeun This will koop thu older oats away To make tho coop saw the lath in two and nlat throw sides and top Placo the open Hide unit the rooming coop This givos tho clack eun a chance to gut out anti the hen n little 11RlllIII which to exercise A euro cure for gn oH in a peck of air alackod lime throe poundn of sulphur and about IIIUn pint of crude carbolic acid mixer thoroughly When the chickciiH begin to nncczo placo tho aiTectod OUCH iu n tub or box and oovor Thou raining tho cov or a little throw HOIIIO of the mixture over thorn being guru you creato a good dust an the dust of the limn cauiuvi thorn to IIONX the worms out after they hnvo boon killed by the carbolic acid Another way is to place a foe cou In of fire in the box no the chickmin cant Rut on thorn and pour carbolic acid on thorn I tine tho first ocipe nnd know it will curo if tho chickens are taken before they are too romodyIMrs ORAII OIJAIR Fillmorn Ind HhHHHHHHHIHllllll i The School i iJ JOHN WIRT DIHSMOKB Editor WHHHHWHrHHHHlJHH i IA Catastrophe A tntby rat looked In the sky And saw the lilnli there rUlng Then whlrud this very wul retrain To sly Im almost dying He climbed unon a fence and thoucht 111a brain craw tired and ttrcamliii Ho dreamed of arllrlclnl wings And locumotor vchcmlni My dream If out ho crlnl nlouiL Ill fly just like n blue jay Ho found two palm leaf fnfui ant tItS Them to nil front paw straightway A feather duijtnr too ho tied Upon hie tall fur steering Then climbed he high upon a root Not for an mutant tearing TIXO JIb TO BUI FRONT lAWS The cat looked down and cried aloud Look out His heart then thumping He Jumped oiled but an Instant then Upon the ground fell bumping Alas alack my lef has snapped lly Jaw I think Is broken Run for a doctor bring him quic- kThuwer the cat words spoken The doctor came and tied him up He aays Im feeling splendid And mean to fly again somo day Aa soon aa I am mended Henry LlpplncoU in Pittiburi Dla patch h H IiHfH +HH+HIHE11 The Farm SILAS CIIEBVER MASON Editor HIIIIIIII111IIHIiIHHPLANT nrvlfm Fur Rlilrltllnir barb Ilnnle From Iroil Wind and linK Get your plant jtrotcitorn ready for there will be little time to do later on T Jrelnur gives deigns and de HcrlptloiiH In Kami nnd tlrellltlo for Mine useful homemade devices for pro tectliiK early plants from frost and cold wind nnd from IIUKS First In the Hlmple lax frame a lox without top or bottom say a foot square and four to six lncliH high A HOX WITH UtlHLlN TOI1 UVHLIX COVEn WITH Est 1IOA1IIW square piece of cloth or netting may be tnckiil over the top A Hlnilliir device In music of stiff palter with a plow of cheesecloth sewed or pasted right over n square opening cut Into the lop the side being lieu down by pieces of wire bout lu double pin Hlmpe Ior another device a piece of nutting may be tacked lu two end boards each end bound be leg provided with a small sharpened stake nailed on the outside which whcu pushed Into the ground will hold the end board In place with the cloth stretched tightly between them over the plants liven n large piece of cloth or netting and a few sticks will do the bualncBfl We can tike seine piece of willow twigs or other pliable wood and stick a couple of them crosswise Into the ground In the form of n bow over the top of plants or n single plant anti place the piece of cloth itI over this frame holding the edg es down by bank lug n little soil WILLOW TWIG AM up over them or UIHLIV we nay simply push OIl or snore little sticks slantingly Into the ground and over the plant or plant and cover with netting or the netting may be simply island directly over the plants In loose fold Cheese cloth may he considered preferable to ordinary mosquito netting The latter Is rather mane and would nut prove an effective barrier to thrips and other moll Insects that might do damage All these devices are simple and per hops as effective as any snort elaborate or more costly cues WAS JUSTICE FOR SEVEN YEARS Now It Is Discovered He Is Not a Citi zen of the United States Kenosha WIs March lOAftrpresiding da a jUdgo over a Justlco court for seven years hearing cases brought for trial solemnizing mar rlagoa and attending to all tho duties of a Justice William Evans of the town of Halcni In this county discov ered Tuesday morning that ho was not a citizen of the United States and that all of his acts wero void The Justice came to this country from England when ho was 23 years old but It was discovered Tuesday that ho never took out his naturalization papers In order to legalize his acts as a court ofll clal It will bo necessary for the state legislature to pass a bill Conflict Expected Soon St Petersburg March lOA corro spondent of tho Novostl at IJao Yang under Tuesdays date reports that tho Japanese have moved on tho Yalu river and that a conflict between them and the Russians la expected about April 2 A Missionarys Views La Crosse Wla March 30Rcv Mr Bunker a former Methodist mis sionary to Korea declared hero Tues day that If the Russians were victori ous In their fight with tho Japanese all missionaries will bo driven oft of Korea Will Assist Vice Adm Makaroff Paris March lO1bo St Peters burg correspondent of the Echo do Paris says I learn that the czar In tends to send Vice Adm Chouknln dl rector of the naval school to Port Ar thur as assistant to Vice Adm Malta roff The Boer War Exhibit Washington March 30Tho steam sblll Donecastlo from Cape Town will arrive at Newport News Va on Tuesday April with the South African Door war exhibit en route to the Worlds fair at St Louis ldltLLlaoof Illdzcvo 60 Cossacks encountered a strong band of Chlnceo bandits and charged upon theta killing 23 and cap turing six Threo Cossacks wore kill ed and six wounded FRANK I MANSON DEAD Last Survivor of the De Long Arctlo Expedition Save One Manlstlque Midi March GWith the death here of Frank B Manson it te believed there Is but one survivor pf tho Illfated Arctic expedition com manded by Do Long This is Ilr Adm George W Melvlllo Matrsons death was duo to his experiences In the Arc tic Long crippled with rheumatism since five yoara ago when ho was stricken with paralysis ho had been practically helplcoa Aside from a medal of honor congress some years ago granted him a pension of 30 which only a tow weeks ago was in creased to 12 a month- ASSAULTED A GIRL The Jail Was Unsuccessfully Stormed By An Angry Mob Ia Crosso WU March 30Follow ing an alleged assault by Charles Pow ore a Milwaukee road brakeman upon Inez Drake aged 10 years at Lance born Fillmoro county Minn a mob of 200 Infuriated citizens stormed tho vII logo Jail In an attempt to drag forth and lynch the prisoner The mob was dispersed by Marshal Calllgan and a band of armed dopu ties Tho girl la reported to bo In a dying condition Powers had a preliminary hearing In Jail and was bound over to tho cir cult court without ball IN CARE OF HIS BROTHER Frank Coe Brought to His Home In Lima O Lima 0 March 30Frank Coe roo cently arrested In Washington for his persistent efforts to gain admittanc to tho white house was brought to his home here Tuesday by a deputy Unit cd States marshal and is now in th care of his brother George Coo Coet dementia which has been growing moro violent In form Is thought to be due to a fractured skull Ho will b0 taken to Chicago for a trepanning operation In tho hope that his norma mental condition can be restored Arkansas Democratic Primaries Little Rock Ark March 30Re turns have been received from 71 out of 76 counties and these show that Gov Jefferson Davie carried 63 and Judo Wood IS counties In the demo cratlc state primaries last Saturday Death of Burton N Harrison Washington March 30 Uurton Nor vlll Harrison a lawyer of Now York and husband of Mrs Burton Harrison the autbort e and father of Congress man Harrison of New York city diet here Tuesday night aged 65 years To Be Placed on the Retired List Washington March 30To hous committee on naval affairs Tuosda authorized a favorable report on a bill placing George E Phillips on tho re tired list of tho navy as a warrant of fleer Phillips la totally disabled Mills Starting Up Plttsburg March 30Throe of the coven mills of tho Plttsburg works 01 the American Shoot and TinPlate Co located at Now Kensington were start ed Tuesday Tho other four mill will be started this week Wallace H Ham Sentenced Roaton March 30 Wallace II Ham embezzler formerly Boston man nger of tho American Surety Co was sentenced Tuesday to servo not less than 16 nor more than 20 years In the state prison at hard labor Instructed For Judge Parker Buffalo N Y March 30or the 21 delegates to tho democratic state con ventlon chosen at tho Erlo county pit manes Tuesday 21 aro Instructed tn vote for Judge Alton D Parker for the presidential nomination Convicted Murderer Escapes Mauch Chunk Pa March 80Mar tin Lavltekl a convicted murderer es coped from tho Carbon county prisoi Tuesday and up to a late hour Tuesday night was still at largo Ho killed hl boardinghouse mistress Machine Shops Burned Plttaburg March 30The machine shops of the Plttaburg Valve Foundry and Construction Co at 26th street were destroyed by fire Tuesday night The loss will probably reach 200000 THE MARKETS Flour and Grain Cincinnati March 29FlourWlnt- er patent 5103i6SO fancy 4753 480 family 4100435 extra I345Q 375 low grade 3330 spring pat ent 530566 fancy 4600490 family 420 450 Northwestern ryo 380tf4 WheatNo 2 rod quotable at llDCQil07 on track Corn No mixed quotable at 48y49c on track Data Sales No 2 mixed track 42to No 2 white track 45c ro Jected white track 43c Chicago March 29WheatM- a9797c July now 8989 c old 9090 4c Corn May SSViOSSftc July 6262Vic Data May 40fl 41c July 38jg39c Live Stock Cincinnati March 29 Cattle Heavj steers choice to extra 4605 fait to good 40460 butcher steers oxtra 4604S5 good to choice 410 0460 halters extra 4250435 good- to choice 3900420 cows extra 37504 good to choice 30365 CalvesFaIr to good light 62506 extra 625 Hogs Good to choice packers and butchers 5760580 mixed packers 5650575 light ship pore 5260560 pigs 110 Ibs and less i 4850520 Shoop Extra 4350460 good to choice 3850425 lAmbs JI pJitj o o +o +o +o +o040+040 +o +Ol o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o+o +o +o+o +o o o o o o n +o o o o o o + iiIo + o OUR MOTTO ISUNDER BUY AND UNDER SELL 10 0 I 0Yotl can rest assured your dollar if invested here buvs better and moro valuo than is obtainable 0 gonoot9 tho same old ones im we bought long bo fore the unsettled state of the market We will tIpractically Linen at fi 7J 8J JO I2y1518 20 and 2fic per yard See our nice Voile Melange at 15e lo roOt1 IN OUR Departmento over 1The neat dresser will gratify his wan to when once eye rests upon our mammoth stock of Cloth actualoe1 at such low prices Meus Suits from 13 50 up to 1260 ploys Suits from USe up to 1376 Johno+ o 1 Shoes 1 Our Shoe Bargains are great Mens and 1LRdiOHShoos from 89c up to 4 a Notion Hardware o Files 3 5 8c Tacks lc box 0 6 Tea spoons 4c 1 6 Table spoons Go + Hair brushes 10 to 85c beo1Mchiue oil Be hooks DC doz 0 Dover 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R G Engle Prop Main St Richmond Ky Williams is better prepar ed than over to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean ing and Prossiug a specialty Work guaranteed of W A Williams ha Vain Street Berea KylJ The Citizen tl to 1 a year 6 mos 50c IIIoveDriumphsmv rIOOooth love i a Spirit IJxrdboInd Jlvrouek all life U J tferAnceieyicafe The rill1carer lpowerDeteJtestrife fJ And UowomycAdk in the darkeiT how fJ qiadtllvln4 Love 4otide ft3 p Iking j laughl by ct5 Iii form And colorg in chosen cell C = J TIlAt itm te1Y l7Aab the gteof kel 3fin thAt narrow tomb it must abide Until Ike force of Love shall break fke hell axJeJkj to Love A kindlYdoor ikat lead c To clearer vision Artd To rEJ9 scene Eetthou8h the cross of Sorrow stand tetween JfitrenOk unlb lifes utmost iJ- fP And knowing tkij I SO nj waycrene- r tr 09 A ttCbTr Lana j THAT CITY TENOR An Easter Story Which Proves That Love Will Find a Way By MANDA L CROCKER Who ever heard of an 1B5AA being sung at Hams And what do I care for that city tenor It Isnt much of a singer who would condescend to sing at the Cross Roads church I know and Ive a good notion to not go homeI BO there Rena Waring gave a freshly laun emphaslslIas an open flushed and tearful After a moments loveIlrworn on a far different occasion than prosaic homegoing to hear a botch an oratorio at Earns But Judge Waring had his daughter should not spend Easterl week with the Burns family Good people to be sure he had said but not aristocratic Of course exclaimed Rcna hotly as the silken folds of the beautiful dress glinted In the April sun hint- Ing at the prospective good times from which It had been so rudely divorced of course papa alms all his protests against Welcome simply because he hasnt a million In his own right and because he worked his way through college But 0 dear I will have to go home after all Mamma expects me now and besides I have sent my regrets to the Burns But she added maliciously I really should itjolce with exceeding Joy If Papa Warlngs city tenor broke down right In the middle of that Waring oratorio 0 fudge Max Hesslnger tossed scrawl Into the wastebasket nod eve A NOTION NOT TO GO ache icurled his aristocratic lip I wasnt born to ting among the mossbacks hE said disgustedly Fancy the lead- Ing tenor of Grace Street church wad Ing through an oratorio with n lot of country gawklcs without n lifepre server all for the magnificent sum f50 Of course I shall not KO Ha But stop I have an Idea and he went quickly to the phone 0 yes you cnnhe said assurlng as the fellow at the sliver end raised objections Of course you can TaK j that old oratorio that the Pllrrlm Fathers considered stale with you They have been practicing on it for a month llayceed Informs me lake It and go out Saturday Youj ita Max Jlesslnter now tots week mind and are perfectly welcome to the ISO and all the fun you can get out of GOOdIbIIthreeInto the arms of paterfamlllas IultIi RENA CIIASGE9 HER MAKEUP case and all and tho train crept away as if ashamed of leaving such a discontented budget of girlhood at such a contented crossing Como right over to the church Rena said her father after the usual greeting and see the decorations be fore we go up to the house I tell you Earns has simply gone beyond all for mer efforts and that professional singer will be surprised to see the Cross Roads putting on real city airs He comes at four oclock he continued confidentially and I want you I to meet him Rena they do say he Is fineA queer little disdainful pucker played around Miss Renas mouth as f she crossed the street and followed her paternal caretaker Into the church Truly the modest little auditorium was a marvel of floral beauty Ferns smi lax callas and real Easter lilies adorned tho simple altar and nodded from every Imaginable nook and re cessOn any other occasion but this particular one Miss Rcna would have gone Into ecstasies over the really exquisite picture but as It was she merely said quite tine and stepped from the vestibule with an air of all this Is but common and a very elevated chinThe judge was puzzled and dlsap pointed more than he was willing to admit knowing that his daughter was so fond of flowers Never mind he said to himself Its that beggar Burns comfftg In between Up at tho house Rena found her mother and Kitty in primp attire and the rooms in gala dress The singer IB to stop with us ex L plained Mamma Waring The suitcase and Its owner disap peared upstairs as If by magic Heavens she exclaimed with re jelllous Inflection papa Is determined that I shall meet this musical prodigy whether I will or not Then after a little consideration she added mis chievously 0 well Iwlil meet fo him 1a1lnl hasty bath Mlw Wurin twisted her wealth of hair Into aver unbecoming pug and donning an old faded gown without ribbon or urns went descended the stairs At the foot she met her expectant father Good gracious he exclaimed IYoU are a fright Rena Mr lies Is now In the parlor and I want you to meet him but I wh never In troduce such a dilapidated ragbag as my laughter Did your mother tut tell you that the tenor was to stop with us Yes papa but The parlor door opened slightly find the guest was heard saying should be pleased to train tho young peopl after tea If Miss Rcna had meant to offer any demur It was suddenly put to flight As bird tiles to the covert so did sht seek the privacy of the blue and white boudoir sacred to the presence of tbe eldest daughter of the judge What can It mean she gasped staring at the dimpled reflection lathe mirror which between a cry nril a laugh presented a ludicrous appear ance Papa never prevaricates hes always right out with everything but that accomplished personage down stairs Is not Max Hesslnger whoever else ho may be Thtres some mistake there could bo a substitute theres something queerly luckily happily wrong somewhere mercy me andn little hysterical giggle ended the tils connected confidences Tho very unbecoming pug came down at once and a very becoming coronal of wavy rippling hair sup planted it the old gown was hurried back Into the closet and a pretty airy makeup enveloped Miss Rena as If by magic and all the while numerous MysjMeantime the judge fidgeted In the hall Shes always on the contrary part ho growled now If ht gaily Burns had half the prestige of this accomplished tenor she and I would get on better I have never Ie himI dont want tobut Ive hear- drnnughhes one of those threadbare gentry which makes me sick Ibuthere comes Rena I hope she likes Max Hesslnser After rehearsal there was still time fur f song at the Warlngs Miss Rrnas dignity thawed out satisfac torily and she presided at tho piano while the handsome musical director sang a solo In the most approved style of quiverquaver extant Easter night the silken gown shim lightysmiled happily as If no city tenor hall broken up her plans for Its debut The large appreciative audience fairly held Its breath as the wonder ful oratorio began then sank back Into blissful content to drink In the harmony of an oldfashloncd Resurrec tlon numherI rfnorIhome together Anden the judge entered the parlor the two were conversing In low tones but his daugh ter came forward at once saying There has been some mistake about the tenors name papa How Interrogated the judge a sudden premonition of defeat seizing him Max Hesclnger sent a substitute papa judleIIntroducIiAnd I hadnt the heart to unde ceive you until the oratorio was over apologized the handsome tenor II conflIaffect the audience sir I humbly beg your pardon my name Is Welcome Burns perhaps you have heard Miss Rena speak of me For once the judge was circumvent ed but he was game He extended his hand saying I hid you a kindly welcome to my home I have almost hated you sight unseen And I hated the city tenor con fessed Miss Rena laughing a little Seeing Is believing smiled her fa then ndw we shall agree Mamma cried the daughter through the open doorway papa and have agreed at last HE WAS SORRY HE SPOKE I had such a horrible dream I night remarked Mrs Smartie at IheI breakfast tableJOh ou care Dreams always go by contraries you knowlI your 35 to pay for my Easter bonnet and you refused to 11VI U to me l A LITTLE MISUNDERSTANDING AN EASTER BONNET COMEDY did you patch your IH1OW ster asked the young In gray I need not nsk however for any woman with a hat suck as you wore mutt have Keen happy sighed tho young woman In green Well I wean tDoes not somebody or other say Un easy lies tho head that wears a high priced hate No7 Well ho have then makeiI Humph a hat like that would me comparatively happy I myself got rather an expensive hat but was so becoming that I knew Tom would say It was all right as soon as Ihe noticed It heI It yet deer and most constant cor respondent I have How perfectly horrid Well you see I just couldnt ask for a cent over my allowance this Easter If I had Jack would have declared It Impossible to go abroad this summer Naturally It Is my belief that th first phrase a toy baby learns II I cant afford It At any rate ho says It often enough through lifo Well I had spent SUE IS SO ECCDfTSIC every cent of my Allowance and of course I meant to have an Faster hat Naturally tear Yes THe only question was how Now It happens that an old friend of Jacks Is to be married this month and Yrs Marie Van Smythe Why how did you guess who It wasIcrwell I remember Jack seemed to like her rather well once suppose that was while I was at school Well he said we must give her a handsome present I thoucht one of our duplicate wedding presents would do quite well I told him I was economizing and =You poor thing Yes and weerhad a little difference of opinion Of course you did Yes and I kept on feeling worse tad worse almost The next day was the day before Easter and Jack telephoned from the oinoc to say that he IIItoucant speak your mind over a tele phone First I told him Id meet him at the office then at tho restaurant where we usually lunch then finally at Smllhsons Perhaps I was a lit tie too much excited to make my slf quite clear but he should have understood A woman would Im sure When I reached tho offlco he was gone he hadnt been at the restau rant and I knew It was no use to go to Smlthsonn lie had evidently gone oft alone to select that present Meaning to tell you that It cost less than ho paid- Perhaps I was ready to go tome for a good cry when I met Jacks sis ter Sue She had bought her hat and actually hail money left She Is so eccentric Yes Well before I came to mv senses I had borrowed tho money from Sue to buy that bat I meant to show It to Jack while I was still In a rage so hed give It to me as a peace offer ing What a clever Idea Yes but later Jack telephoned he had waited an hour at Smlthsons Ho also said Marie had Invited us to dine Informally with her bridal party that evening and would I meet him at her house And did Yes I could talk on tho way homo At the table however Jack publicly praised my economy Ho said ho haul telephoned for me to meet him mean h ing to go with me and select a hat hut that wo had missed each otherlHo added that he had stopped homo and found my hat already there marked paid Oh my goodness Everybody praised me and before thought I had read Marie a matron lecture upon keeping within sacs allowance After that I couldnt matte ack pay for that hattMercy no Oh nothing only Ive 19 cents toI SIlYSIftell Jack tho whole story KLIZA ARMS1 nONa BENGQUCW THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson In tho International Strloo four April 3 1004 Jeaus Vls1 JITyre and Sldon Tit r IF8SOX TEXT- Murk724fM An l from thtnrt lit arose and sent Into tin burden of T rr nod Hldtin pad entered Into nn hounf aiiU would hacn man know II but He could not lf hid It Fur a rrrtiijn woumn whoa loam daughter hud nn uncltati spirit brunt irf Him and ramp and tell ut Let IS The woinun wnt a lrck a fiytont nlrliin by nntliin andahe IHWURM Him that HP would vast forth tht droll out f lirr diughlrr i7 Hut Jesus uld untu her Lel the hijIAran acct br fllltd for It In not meet to take children brand end to curt It unto the doss tr ndshe nnswrrrt anil n lJ unto Him TV Lord yet the dogs under the Inbeett of the children crumb And Hr add unto hr For this a 1nif tAri30 And when she win come to her hwn rive fbund the droll aetx put urU lirr daughter laid u on the ltdAnd nunln Jtiwrtlnic hemthreatsof Tyrt und Hldon nt um unto the n ot Julltir through the midst ft the counf m lkeawlltt ih 1 y bring unto film onr that deaf mid Imtl nn linpullnifnt In hOIh1- t1 f thy brrnch Him to put HI Land upwi Mm a stud lie took him m Mt term the iraMI tudt mid put III dater Into hi ltra stud Hr ill and touched lln lofltfue OdkMaofntJX And slraahlway Mi earswreapesed- And the airing of hi toniiue use loosed and lie ipnk ialn 111411hul s ihnrxcil thin KI much the man a great ItIHii fiir arteaalet- lalha II hath 101 Must well Ho initkrlh both Ihr Jraf to bra and liP dYear to lak- IOI1IN TKXT tftitiout fiUMlUlm pnnlble to pleas Illmnrt 1116 ANAIVHIH OF SCHIITIltK KKCTIOK Jeu Wnlklne oft Ihf Uateralarkdg ie 363LtpIIramxJlritlnt ixut u4 Dumb Stun M fK Till i7 itradaw iHtrnlrl iwmiliir Matt HS t IITIMi iMlr in list uinmrr 8f A ll at IlAiK Tr riKlun uf The and tthswi furricn tnuuir NOTKM A roMMRNTf From ih nce From ealrrJDm The borders of T rr HP That U Iliofnlrlu Jetuk and his dlrrlplrs wore II c w In the latd of foreigners Tory artyt- here for several riBHOii I They tuvM not stay where they were Ills follower- hill manyof them left Him and jtopuUr feeling against Him was running hlph In Calllct It wu I reaction C lie hid had a controversy with the Pharisees from Jerusalem lu which He laid talked to theta with a pUlnnns they had probably never hoard melon calling them bjpotrlliti of routte ntkUnc Ibilroj Furtherfthe question 31 A foreign country Wilt rhoicn because of its distance from oho went of thus troublf and beaus IU yarn pie were not likely tukaoworesrealahlt- the contention between Jesus and the IharlHcos He entered would have po man know It Title was not a preaching tour but a muchnctdrd tMpItt from a wearing ministry Knf ty rest and the training of the disciples wen MiugUl An unclean spirit Ptobibly epllrpoy Avery ilUtrmrlng dlicaio and one which Jesus frequently nick In those days II was tupixMicd hike favors and Insanity to be reused by dllnunltThe symptoms were Intense lUfftrtBg falling Matt 17 16lb KDddau mroxycins dumbness foaming m thu mouth and other acroinpanlmuulB of what wo call ipllt py Mark 9 1715 A Greek That Is a Jentlle urns n Jew would be apt to say a dogsThe Jews were an arrogant race and elmiMt always ngd uiicompllmentary namm for foreigners A Syrophoenlclin Or a Syrian Phoenician t the childna furl bt flllnl etc sentence which wo say at first does not sound like Jocue Compare Matthews account Hy the children Jvstu meant the Jews The does He used In tliicomtnoii way for Untiles It was not harsh as It would be to cull a petfton a dug today He did not think the Gentiles of less Importance thnn the Jews or taro rasa for their sufferings but In planning the great work of salva tlon Ho hud to begin lornewhere Thu plan mutt ho the wisest one possible and then He must stick to It The plan was to beglrythe cnnuucst of the world ot home own people They bring unto Him After He reached Galilee again Took Him aaldn privately It Is not an easy thing to communicate with one who In practically dfod and dump Jesus might have healed him offhanded In therrowd but Hi wanted to make a splrlttjal impression on him at well tee how the Master u 8 the sign language In dealing with title man touches his ears and his tongue He spat saliva was suppose to have healing power the man received nn Idea Thru he looked up to Heaven and signed the mans lira was enlarged line rams Into the transaction and Jeans spoke the word and he was healed and had learned the mot Impressive lemon of his life as wall Grapes front Cnnann evoryIbanThe religion of the Son of Man will surely ho manlyvThe ardentThe pearls of truth lie deep in the ca of patience Love hover joins In the chorus when malice sings The man who Is willing to work la not Kept waiting There cnn be no sympathy where there Is suspicion Idleness and riches furnish time and for the devils shipsRams The Chlet Thing characterUnited Immmmmmmummumuummmmuuzmnzuzznmunzzzmunmun I nmm f tU nm r TORNADO IN LOUISVILLE Houses Drown Away and General Havoc Wrought 1oulsvlllo Ky March 2GA torI undo coining from thu south struck r tho Casters part of oulsvlllo al 1015 1 oclock Friday night toro the rote from houses blew out windows flood id cellars and played havoc generally Increasing In vlolenco as It travel ixl Ono mill Houth of tho city It struck tho residence of Henry nil on tho Eighteenth strrut road Ibourgblew tho entire two tory frnmu nwny tho family of eight parson barely escaping with their lass Malt n mile from tho homo of Duhourg tho house of Alexander Lawson was down down and Mr IJIWBOII WUH caught In tho debris being badly wounded Tho residence of William Wlnns n tulle south of the city was greatly damaged by tho Htorm horns and outbuildings of nil kinds In tho neighborhood were blown away treat damage was Bono to stock nnd In ono place morn than 100 trees wore twMcd up by their roots and mold tint on the ground At the MuHonlr Widows and Orphans honyi the roof of tin apart inrntft occupied by both boys nod girls was llftid and whirled through tire air Windows were blown In and tho window of the chapel costing 250 a gift from Jerusalem Lodge No 9 was de InlltlltUIHIviTR of water swept through Nine truth Twentieth and Twentyfirst Main Market nnd Kowan streets It tame no quickly rind with no much form that sewer caps were carried aWRY HeMdenceH were flooded many to the depth of six Inches and nt Nineteenth and Main streets the IIjnondrl1THE MISSING PALMIST Rings Valued at 800 Lot by Mrs W H Harrison Islington Ky March 2GNo trace of the milling palmist Charles Hud ton who Is wanted In this city has yet bran found but the police mndn It known Friday night that one of hits victims wait Mm Harrison wlfo of W H llarrlfon general passenger agent of tho Ixiulivlllit Ie Nashville unit road Co who lost two rings valued at J800 Among the papers and fetter fount In the room which ha hnd hurriedly vacated was n letter from n prominent he hlllljIlnnelmen She promised him several clients from Frankfort If ho could succeed In such an undertaking SCHOOL WRECKED BY WIND Many Residences Dlown Down and Property Losses Reach Thousands Mayklng Ky March STho pub tic school building at Wrights Fork Chapel above pure waa blown down In a wind storm Saturday night Lose UooOIber of residences wore blown down A dozen families are homeless Loss ot Hnydeu 15000 Seven Cadets Punished Lexington Ky March SSeven of the cadiU who aro attending tho Ken turk state collegefront tho mountaIn districts of thin Mnto have been found guilty by thojhonrd of discipline of ills orderly conduct and Insubordination and summarily dismissed from their quartern In tho dormitory although they are permitted to attend the school Shot Himself In the Temple Lexington Ky March 2Gl Rolv fOrt lion Dunlop who was engaged In tho rent estate business In Washing ton P C but whose parents reside In this city commuted suicide at the Phoenix hotel hero by shooting him Holt In the right temple with a re solver Slot Machines Suppressed Covlngton Ky March 2Thon sands of pennies were deposited In the hanks of CovIngton Thursday by sn loon men as n result of Mayor Ilcnchs antislot machine order of Wednesday The order went into effect nt midnight Wednesday Tho Jury Failed to Agree Ixiulsvllle Ky March iTho Jury failed to agree In the case of Louis A Darnnl of Meado county charged with sending obscene totters through the mnlln to Miss HoSt M Allen of thu same county Tho case will he tried again nt the next term of tho courL Rendered Unconscious By Lightning Rock pori Ky March 2SDIIIlng a storm tho small daughter of John Mc Cain wan struck by lightning Sho was rendered unconscious but finally recovered Green river Is out of Its Lanka and has flooded many business houses In this and surrounding towns Merchant Has Smallpox Harboiirsvllle Ky March 28WII llnm Lockart n merchant has a well developed case of smallpox Tho dls tOe has broken out In all tho neighboring towns and there aro many oases scattered Ibroughput tllo country JUMPED FROM A BRIDGE An Unknown Man Committed SuIcide at Frankfort Frankfort Ky March 28 An un known man jumped from the Ixmls vlllu Nashville railroad bridge Into the Kentucky river Sunday night and was drowned Two ladles who were crossing the bridge at the time saw him jump hut were not close enough to Identify him except to say that ho was rather an elderly man The po oleo have a clue and nro scouring the city endeavoring to locate an elderly man who was Mtlll missing from his homo at 10 oclock They soy ho Is quite a prominent man but decline to give his name The river has risen several feet In the past two days and the current Is swift that it will like ly carry the hotly of the suicide several idea down stream nnd It may ho weeks before It recovered Capt W T Havens eonfederat roldler newspaper owner and exdeputy clerk of court of appeals Is missing from hits home having left just alter supper without his shoes or lint and hits friends are looking for him everywhere A CRUEL DEED Hung a Little Son In a Bag and Kin dled a Fire Under Him Iadurah Ky March GOranl Howard a Negro committed tho most cruel deed early Thursday ever recorded In local police circles here He took his 10yearold son leroy and placed him In n sack and tied the sack with Its contents to n rafter In the stable He apparently kindled a largo fire under tho hanging hulk and left for the city The trays screams at traded people He was cut down and was unable to talk for flue minutes Then he explained that his papa had treated him so barbarously because ha wanted to sleep with him The rather Is charged with malicious assault with IntenMOjVill and attempt ed arson Howard Is heing closely guarded as he Is In danKer of being lynched WAR ON SALOONS It Will Start In the Louisville Rest dence District Next Friday IxHilsvlIlo Ky March tWar on the saloons In overt precinct Inlxiu Invllle has been begun by the State AntlHaloon league and the first gun- of the light will be fired on next Fri day when the temperance advocates will file three petitions asking Judge James Gregory to fix a day for the holding of an election In three pre darts In around Clifton to ascertain the sense of the voters on the ques tion of saloons In those precinct The election will bo menly the first move In thin war to rid the residence sec lions of the city of saloons and a fight will ho made In each and every pre cinch In which saloons aro found It M said MaJ H B McClellan Resigns Lexington Ky March 28Maj If II McClellan who for ninny years has been president of Sayre Institute ono of the oldest educational Institutions In thlii state has tendered his resigna tion to take effect nt the close of tho present term Advanced all is given as the call of his resignation The Fight Over Rectifiers Tax Louisville Ky Morcn 2STholen tacky Distillers association may bo disrupted owing to the fight which will bo made to break down the con stitutionality of the law passed to levy n llcensetax of 50 cents n barrel on all compounded rectified blended and adulterated whiskies Involves 40000 Acres Ixxlngton Ky March 26 Negotia turns were closed hero by represents hives of a Ietinsylvanln syndicate involving 40000 acres or timber and coal lands In Knott nnd Perry coun ties Fred J Andrews of Condors port In representing the syndicate stated here that something like 1260 000 would change hanllllINoted Singer Dead Ivonlsvlllo Ky March 25 Joseph Sinuous for 10 years the most prom rent tenor singer of thus city and a womlvr of the LIcderkrnnr tiled here Thursday night He was years old 11111Jlrl1tlived until 1870 Twenty Years In Penitentiary Urookvllle Ky March 2jThe case ngnlnst Peter Lnughlln charged with assault on Tullle Hardy a female under 12 years of age came to an end Tho Jury brought In a verdict of guilty and fixed the punishment at 20 years confinement In the penitentiary Many Barns Blow Down Owcnsboro Ky Marsh 2STlils section was visited by tho worst storm in years Morn than barns were blown down Much stock was killed Every wooden bridge was washed away Onefourth of tho wheat In FU vlcss county Is under water Cut His Wifes Throat and His Own Louisville Ky March 2SAlex Ore lice a bartender stabbed his wife nine times and cut her throat Then he cut his own throat Creller died Ills wlfo Is in the city hospital She may live Creller was undoubtedly Insane r FIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS Regular SessIon Washington March 23SenateTho senate spent the greater part of tho Jay on the Indian appropriation hill Mr Lodge took exception to the provision exempting candidates for the position of Indian ngenry farmer from civil service examination and on his suggestion tho amendment was passed over without action Other features arousing discussion were those relat ing to the designation of Indian school superintendents as Indian agents and authoring tho payment of claims made by Indian tribes on account ot the difference between tho value ot payments made them in greenbacks hytrltllselect flick of Ohio appeared In the senate chamber the first time since his election He went direct to Seca tor Forakers seat and was cordially greeted House OuUldo of a tow routine matters tho house of representatives devoted the entire day to further dis npproprlntlollof tho bill Mr Butler Pa endeav ored unsuccessfully to have passedan amendment designed to transfer hack to time ofllco of the first assistant post muster general jurisdiction of the free delivery and rural delivery services TawneyUllnnits tho postmaster general from order lag out of post offices telephone com panies other than the Hell Co An amendment by Mr C n Lnndls Ind prohibiting tho further rental of cnn ceiling machines was adopted after a spirited debate- 1Vashington March 2lSenntlTho ncnato again spent the greater IndlIIIthe Choctaw Indians It finally was eliminated for the Indian bill The civil service debato was renewed and there was considerable discussion of the policy to bo pursued In sccrlig employes for work on the Panama ca nol adjournefVcdnesday made In tho reading of the post office appropriation bill for amendment but only six pages were disposed of The appropriation for tho railway mrll service was carefully scrutinized ant In the case of Inland mall transport tion by star routes Uio appropriation awns scaled down from 8100000 to 17 50000 Washington March 25Slnatf-Tho senate Thursday passed tbo In than appropriation bill After the rout tine features of tho bill had been dIll xw ert of Mr Uacon again raised the question of civil service appointments basing his remarks upon the statement made by Mr Hoar Wednesday that senators from states of political faith different from that of tho president should be consulted In time matter of appointments of office Mr Bacon contended that tho southern states were practically disfranchised under n saltlIspoko In support of his bill for tho repeal of time desert land the timber and atone laws and of tho commutation clause of the homestead lawIlonseThe house again put itself on record against any Investigation of the post office department Eight ages of tho post office appropriation bill were dlsjmscd of Tho question 04 an Investigation of the post ofllco department was brought up by Mr Williams 410 minority leader who proposed on amendment providing for n select committee of five members of the house nnd three senators to make n complete Investigation of Into the alleged frauds In that department Ho taunted tho republicans for their fall uro to order an investigation and sold the party was opposed to It The chair sustained n point of order by Mr Over street against the amendment and when Mr Williams appealed tho chair was sustained 133 to 99 Washington March 2GSenatlSenator Hansbrough charged In tho senate Friday that the movement to sfxuro the repeal of tho desert land law tho timber and stone law and hOlllcIlobby composed mainly of the hold Iractsithereby to increase tho demand for their property Senator Dubois in tlmatcd that tho pressure for repeal was due to largo holdings of forest lieu lands by the railroads Senator Gibson Thursday advocated tho repeal of the laws In question Senators Hansbrough and DuboIs contended that the repeal would be unwise Senator Nowlhnds favored modified lions of tho law Tho bill making ap proprlatlons for tho support of tho District of Columbia was considered for several hours but without com upthoa largo number of bills During tho day former VIce President Morton ap poured on tho floor of the sonato where ho was warmly greeted House The houso passed the lost prolongedfecting rural letter carriers which Thursday was stricken out but which Friday was Inserted with enthusiasm under a special order of the commit teo on rules Every amendment and substitute offered to this paragraph was voted down Mr Moon mado an unsuccesful attempt to recommit tho bill with Instructions to strike out tho appropriations for special facil Ides over trjnlc lines south of Washington and west of Kansas Mining Laws of Alaska Washington March 2C Senate committee on territories authorized a favorable report on n bill to modify the mining laws of Alaska The most pereonany one creels- Exempted From Paying Taxes Washington March 26The son ate committee on territories Friday authorized a favorable report on time bill to exempt tho Western Alaskan Construction Co from paying the tax on railroads of 1100 a month IA SONG Cf SATURDAYS Sing a song of Saturday Hunt of tlftytwo Joining hands about the year What a merry crawl How they make the hours dance Mow they hout with glee Tes the happy Saturday Is the day for me Sing n song of Saturdays Pearls upon a chain lIuiiK about the New Years neck When the comes again All a moil the other bead Pink or blue or gray How you love the shining gleam Of it Saturday Sing a jonff of Saturday Iots In a wreati Fiftytwo ro big and bright Who would look beneath Other days may he as green Others bloom as fair Tit u ilnslc Saturday We could never Spare SinK n SOUR of Saturdays firsts along the road Hire we halt to tOKe a breath Hase the weary load Ho Another milestone passed Toward the goal we OHk Then refreshed we travel on For another week Abbie Farwcll Brown In Youths Companion NIGHT WITH HUNGRY LION Welt Known Traveler Tells of Thrill Ing Adventure lie Once Had in Central Africa Lions ft seems take to maneating only as a means of selfdefense or when they become too old to be a match for the wild prey the flavor of which they so much prefer Old bunters declare that they never knew a lion really to stalk a man that as a rule they rather turn up their noses at civilized flesh and are more or less easily diverted from the scent In Days and Nights by the Desert Parker Gilmore tells of a trick he once played on one of Jhese animals I was hunting ostriches he says At a bend In the ravine the bird dIs appeared and I was about to follow it when by the merest chance I looked behind me and to my surprise and horror saw that a largellon was not over 70 yards behind mo and evidently stalking me as carefully as I bad been talking the bird If I could have gained a tree should certainly have climbed It In a hurry but no tree was near To make a run for U would have brought the lion upon me at once I kept steadily along the edge of the ravine till came to a place that promised shelter It was a drop of four feet toa ledge arterwardIfeet terminating in a quantity of broken bowlders and jagged stones With as little appearance of alarm theja see where my foe was About 20 rods be hind mo were a few ragged bushes Behind these the lion had taken shel ter and was keeping a careful survey upon my every movement Darkness was rapidly coming on when slipped from my seat and dropped down to the ledge Instantly slipped off my coat and hung it on tho muzzle of my musket and shoved It up over the upper ledge where had so lately been sIt- ting Scarcely was this done when my coat was torn away and my gun hurled to the boom of the gully Hut they did not go alone No my assailant was with them and there he remained all night grumbling over his disappoint ment nt not having me for supper- A colder night never passed but I had to make time best of 1l In the hadImusket was not much Injured and I soon ended his suffering IAN ALBATROSS CAKE WALK Aquatic Birds Perform Curious An tics on the Sandy Beach of a Pacific Ocean Island Sallow visiting the Island of Laysan In the Hawaiian group aro greatly amused by tho curious antics of tLc Laysau albatross or gony There bIrds sometimes perform In pairs a kind of dance or as tho sailors call IDOING TilE CAKE WALK 1L cakewalk Two albatrosses ap pouch one another nodding and mak log profound bows cross their bills produco snapping and groaning sounds rise on their toes putt out their breasts and finally dart with more nodding and bowing only to coma together again and repeat the performance Oc casionally three engage at once In this singular amusement Tho sportators are always Impressed with the extreme politeness of the blydtoutha Companion FUN FOR THE YOUNGSTERS How They Can Make a Kaleidoscope Which Produces Really Beau tiful Results Leave two small strips of looking glass with their long sides against one another at an angle of degrees and join them with the help of a email piece of linen and glue The third side of the triangle Is formed by a strip of black cardboard of the same length and width as the pieces of looking glass When these three pieces ate glued together see Fig a paper tube a trine longer than the strips of looking glass has to be made wide IMritOVJBKD KALEIDOSCOPE enough to admit the triangle of looking glass Close one end of the tubo with paper and make an opening In the center to look through while on the other end of the tube you Insert a round piece of common window glass and fasten It Strew all sorts of small objects such as fine gravel pieces ot colored glass etc on this round piece of glass and place a second round piece of glass over It in such a way that the small bodies have sufficient space to move freely After everything Is In order and well dried look through the opening on the other end of the tube and you will see the beautiful patterns Every time the kaleidoscope is turned the figures vary In form and the lhsults are beautlful Cincinnati Enquirer LOADS OF MIDWINTER FUN Buffalo Boys Have Invented a Jumping Jack That Catches Fish While They Skate The problem of how to keep warm and enjoy yourself while engaged In the ancient pastime of fishing through a hole In the ice has been solved In very ingenious manner as the accom panying sketch indicates Several bright American boys skating on the lake at Buffalo are believed to have originated the Idea of the jumping Jack fisherman as It is called The northern boy used to sit over a hole In the Ice and Walt for the 3sh to bite but that became too slow and bcslfes It detracted from his pleasure at skating So his inventive genius set Itself to work and the Jumping Jack was the result The string which has to be pulled to make the Jumping Jacks Joints move Is tied securely to the fishing line The hook Is baited and lowered into the water through a FISIIINQ THROUGH ICE hole In the Ice The JumpIngJack Is fastened to a small stand placed at the edge of the hole and then the boy goes skating occasionally casting a glance at his JumplngJack When the hungry and unsuspicious fish comes along and swallows the ball the JumplngJack waves his arms and legs frantically and also a small nag fastened to one arm Then the youngster stops skating long enough to pull In the fish and bait the hook for another catch A simpler signal Is called the Ue up pole This Is made with two short light sticks tied together at right angles in the way shown In the sketch To one of the poles a nag Is fastened When the fish Is not biting the nag lies flat on the Ice but as soon as a fish has gulped down the hook or even taken a nibble at the bait that fact la signaled by the flag As soot as the flagpole stands upright wafting its brightcolored nag to the breezes It is time for the fisherman to haul In hI- sIIneN V Journal This Dog Died of Grief A bulldog owned by Edgar Cave Llb ertyMoadeputy sheriff who is In Kan gas as a witness in the Dewey murder case died of grief Whenever Cave had heretofore been absent more than a day the dog plainly showed his uneasi ness His masters absence this time was too long for him however Disappointed Young Miss A small piss who had but recently mastered her catechism confessed her disappointment with It thus Now I obey the fifth commandment and honor my papa and mamma ypt my days are not a bit longer In the land for Im put to bed every night at seven oclock just the same Proper Treatment of Pneumonia Pneumonia is too dangerous a die ease for anyone to attempt to doctor himself although he may have the proper remedies at hand A physi clan should always be called It should be borne in mind however that pneumonia always results from a cold or from an attack of the grip and that by giving Chamberlains Cough Remedy the threatened attack of pneumonia may be warded off This remedy ialso used by phyal cians in the treatment of pneumonin with the best results Dr W J Smith of Sanders Ala who is also druggist says of it I have been sell lag Chamberlains Cough Remedy and prescribing it in my practice for the past six years I use it in case cf pneumonia and have always gotten the best results Sold by S E Welch Jr Berea K- yFarmers National Bank Richmond Ky 000Surllu We solicit your patron g JAMES BENNETT Pres- S S PARKES Cashier Colds Cause Pneumonia One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She saysi The coughing and straining to weakened me I ran down in weight from 148 lo 92 pounds I tried s 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 lung and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by East End Drug Co r we promptly obtain 0 B sad rwrtni t rrw o I1fPCt1 ITragedy Averted of time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played sad havoc with him and a terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated him but he grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Everybody ought to know its the only sure cure for Coughs colds and all Lung dis eases Guaranteed by Eaat End Drug Co BerealKy Price BOc and X100 Trial bottles EARLY RISERS TILE FAMOUS LITTLE PILLS For quick relief from BUIouinetf Headache Torpid Uvr Jaun IISick DIulnMf and ell troubles ado an Inactive or lurjlih liver ilDeWltl UltU Euly Risers art un They act promptly and Dover gripe They are 10 dainty that It la a plaaaur to take them One to two act aj s mild laxative two or four act aj a pleasant and effective cathftttlc They art purely vegetable and absolutely harmless They tonic the liver tiui DCUZI tAm SUPL111- 0ruruso er- L C D Wltt a Co Cfclcrfo lIAlly HEALTHY CIULDIIKX Any child can take Little Early Risers with perfect safety They are harmless never gripe or sickea and yet they are so certain in results that robust constitutions requiring drastic means are never disappointed They cannot fall to perform their mission and everyone who uses De Witts Little Early Risers prefer thentto all other pills They cure bilious sew Sold by East End Drug Co ITHECITIZEN III I 1 I I N IN + I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 I H I I HI r Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOUR- CEStI 11 I H I I I 111 JI 11 11 I I I HrInIlo + H IHHJo Easter Sunday April 3 Miss Rachel Bales is having a severe attack of the mumps Editor Racer loft Monday morning on his trip into Clay and Owsley The Many friends of Dr Lusk are pleased to see him again on the street Miss May Richardson is recovering from a two weeks attack of the grippeMr and Mrs Joe Adams are re joicing over the arrival of a fine boy born on the 21th Mr and Mrs H C Burton moved this week from Center street into Miss S A Davis residence on Chestnut streetMiss Bessie Bales of Robinson Ky is visiting and aiding in the care of her aunt Mrs G T Spencer who is improvingMr Boucher of Richmond the county Y M C A Secretary will speak at the Tabernacle next Sunday night The closing number of the lyceum course set for Friday night of this week Is necessarily postponded Full particulars will be furnished the peo ple as soon as possible- J E Dalton closed a deal last Monday by which he transferred his home on Center street to G C Hos kins for the sum of 1000 Posses sion to be given in SO days- A number of Rev Shouses con gregation gave the Rev and Mrs Shouse a surprise by visiting them unannounced last Saturday night After pit and flinch tames a light luncheon was served Thomas J Todd son of William Todd of Garrard and Miss Margaret Chasteen daughter of N B Chasteen residing near Berea were married March 23 Rev R R Noel of Stan ford officiating Our best wishes go with tho bride and bridegroom Mrs Zaring of Richmond and Mrs Carruthers of Bardstown Ky were here last Friday in the interests of the Womans Department at the St Louis Worlds Fair Mrs Car ruthers is the State superintendent of Keutucky in this department While here arrangements were made with the College for a display of homespun and with Mrs C I Ogg for a display of her work in photography Rev Wm Ewing of Lansing Mich and Rev Gilbert Walton of Harriman Tenn Congregational Sabbath School Superintendents for their respective states will give ad dresses on Sundayschool Work at the Congregational Church on Thurs day night directly after the prayer meeting All are invited These gentlemen will visit Pine Grove Combs and other Congregational churchesMrs Chasteen agedsixty nine wife of Jesse Chasteen an old soldier died at her home in Berea on Saturday last of grip and a com plication of disorders Funeral ser vices were conducted by Rev Hiram Hatfield and burial took place in the Berea cemetery Mrs Chasteen was 4esteemed as a generous Christian woman having joined the church at the age of thirteen years She had eleven children all of whom survive her College Items HERE AND THERE H J K Caldwell Pueblo Cola for mer student is looking forward to re turning next fall to take up college workRalph Parlette writes a three column article about Berea in the University Herald of Ada 0 which is highly complimentary- As the CITIZEN goes to press the trustees of the College are gathering in Cincinnatti for the purpose of planning the best course for the Institut ionJ Thompson Baker is winning golden opinions at Temple Texas has large part in an eight weeks Normal Institute this summer and expects to attend Berea Commencement and the Worlds Fair Miss Pettit of Lexington and Miss Stone of Louisville founders and promoters of The Log Settlement lo cated at Hindman Knott Co were College visitors Monday The enroll ment of students of the settlement now numbers 200 Prof Dodge returned Monday from an extended trip in the interests of the College having visited Covington Louisville Cairo Ill and other points He found a widespread interest and a variety of opinions as to the course which will be pursued Those present at the convocation held last Friday night in the reading room of the library listened with prof it and pleasure to the address given by Dr Hubbell on Horace Mann and also to remarks of great interest by Jenkins Lloyd Jones Pros Frost alsogave a short address to his fellow workers Jenkins Lloyd Jones of Chicagolll visited our institution last Friday and Saturday while on his return trip from a lecture tour in South Carolina andvisiting institutions through the South Dr Jones is pastor of All Souls Church in Chicago and also editor of Unity being also a former trustee of Antioch College Yellow Springs Ohio These who knew Wallace A Battle as a student will be pleased to know that the College of which Jie is Pros in OkalonaMis starting from noth ing a year ago now has 60 acres of land houses etc Ihreestory build ing just completed costing over 5000 nine teachers BOO students and is now placing wagons and buggies on the market liMy hopes my prayers my faith are all with Berea The Worlds Greatest Fair Mr J M Studebaker of South Bond Ind president of the Stude baker Bros Manufacturing Co says in a letter addressed to Chint Willard A Smith and Commander A C Baker of the Department of Trans portation Exhibits liMy son and I desire to convoy to you our sincere thanks for the courtesy shown us dur ing our recent brief visit to St Louis We are interested beyond all manner of expectation St Louis is plainly to have a Worlds Fair far surpassing anything the world has yet seen Its present promise challenges the wild est flights of the imagination No one can conceive of what has been accomplished without seeing it The scope of the enterprise is gigantic its detail is bewildering and the beauty and artistic combination of buildings grounds and water make of the place a region of enchantment The visitor to the Worlds fair at St Louis will find himself in fairyland in wonder land and this without reference to what his experiences in sightseeing have heretofore been My fear is that this impressive fact is not going to be sufficiently well known either at home or abroad The press should blaze with the subject from this time forward OUR WORLDS FAIR CONTEST The advertisement of our Worlds Fair Contest appears this week and hereafter on page 7 Remember there are only four weeks left in which to make your guesses in our Worlds Fair Contest The time is short make your guess at once Old and new subscribers to TimE CITIZEN have already entitled them selves to 112 guesses in our Worlds Fair Contest which proves its popu larityIf make one or more estimates or guesses in our Worlds Fair Contest you will receive certificates for all guesses made These certifi cates will secure you the payment of the prizes your estimates entitle you to claim by being presented to the Press Publishing Association Detroit Mich through your nearest bank withid 10 days after the winners are announced Allholdereof certificates will be furnished with a list of winners within 10 days alter the results are knownSee our annoucement this week on page 7 of the Worlds Fair contest in whichwe give our subscribers an opportunity to take part Remember we givo you full credit on your sub scription account for every cent you send in The estimates are abso lutely free and secure for you any prize which your estimates entitle you to claim A special prize of 500 is given for the closest estimate made before April 15 but this does not lessen your chance to secure the 5000 prize Send money and guesses today Use blank on page 7 SOUTHERN INDIANA Great Damage Being Done to Farms and Buildings by the llaging Waters s SEVERAL MINES FORCED TO CLOSE Tho East Span of the Dig Steel Bridge at Dloomflold Was Swept Away Tuesday Steamboats and Rafts Are Being Used to Rescue People and Live Stock In the Vicinity of Mt Carmel Ind Indianapolis Ind March 30An rivers tributary to the Wabash and Ohio are overflowing and great dRill age has been done to farms and build ings throughout Southern Indiana At Vlncennes tho danger seems greatest Every precaution is being taken to prevent tho possible breaking of levees All sanitary sewers havo been stopped with sand bags Nearly oil of tho large manufacturing plants havo been forced to close and it is thought that the city gas plant would bo closed Tuesday night Tho electric light and power plant Is also in danger Several of the city bridges aro In danger and the Evonsvlllo Terre Haute railroad has suspended operations In the White river bottoms 10000 acres of wheat are Inundated At Petersburg tho river has backed Into several mines forcing them to close Hazelton Is completely Isolated Tho gauge at Evansvlllo registers 35 feet S Inches which is almost a foot above the danger line Between Ev ansvllle and Terre Hauto several lev ees have broken flooding hundreds of valuable farms Tuesday the east span of tho big steel bridge at Bloomington tho only remaining bridge across tho White river for a distance of 50 miles was swept away No trains aro running through Greene county ML Carmel Ind March 30The Wabash and White rivers are still ing The government gauge registers 247 feet abovo tho low water mark There is a strip of land through this county varying from two to six miles in width which is covered with water Many houses barns and grain sheds havo been carried away and a great deal of live stock has been lost All of lower Mt Carmel Is Inundated and 100 people aro homeless Steamboats and rafts are being used to rescue pee ple and live stock Many factories have been forced to close The wheat crop In this county Is ruined Evansvllle Ind March 30A special from Carml Ill says tho Llttlo Wabash river Is rising at the rate cf- an Inch an hour and the gaugo shows a foot less than tho highest water ever known Tho entire east side Is under water Ilundrodx of families aro homeless and the loss will reach hundreds of thousands of dollars Thu flood is expected to be tho greatest ever experienced by Canni people Sullivan Ind March 30Ibe break In the GUI township levee is now 135 feet wide and tho water is flowing through the gap at tho rato of 1000 000 gallons a minute Throe hundred feet of tho Illinois Central tracks to the west of Rlvorton bridge forms a dam over which the water is flowing Into the bottoms at a rapid rate Much live stock has been killed Maysvllle Ind March OTho- Whlto river has passed tffb record stago and is still rising at tho rate of an Inch an hour Tho Baltimore Ohio Southwestern tracks aro washed away near Loogooteo and trains aro being run by tho way of North Ver non and VIncennea Tuesday for the first time since Friday the E I railroad ran a train through to New berry THE MICHIGAN FLOODS Five Lives Were Lost and 5000000 Worth of Property Destroyed Detroit Mich March 30Ftve lives bavo been lost and probably upwards of 5000000 worth of damage to prop erty has been done by the flood which has devastated many parts of Michi gan during tho past flvo days Tues day night tho Indications were that the end is In sight although conditions are still very bad at Grand Rapids and along tho course of the Saginaw river Awarded An Oxford Scholarship St John N B March 30The first Oxford scholarship to be awarded an American under the terms of the will of the late Cecil Rhodes was an pounced by the faculty of tho Unlvcr lity of Now Brunswick Tho recipi ent is Chester Martin of this city One Killed Two Fatally Hurt Ashland WIs March 30 Engineer Edward Hanlon was killed and his fire man named Thompson and Brakeman White were fatally injured in the wreck of a fast freight on the Chicago Milwaukee SL Paul road between Bpooner and Eau Claire Tuesday Union Teamsters Indicted St Louis March 30 Indictments wore returned Tuesday against six general officers of tho International Brotherhood of Teamsters charging them with being accessories before tho Fact In connection with tho assault on i nonunion teamster Unknown Young Man Murdered Norfolk Va March 30An un known young titan was found Tuesday afternoon murdered near Humphrey lie was well dressed 22 years old had 735 In his pockets and a card Ucjrlufl J 1IlmI of q r J h A RUSSIAN DEFEAT An Important Engagement Took Place Neat Town of Chong Ju on March 28 RUSSIANS RETIRED IN GOOD ORDER Japs Fought Gallantly Hut Owing to Heavy Loss Were Unable to Oc cupy the Abandoned Position In the Battle Cavalry and Infantry on Both Sides Were Used The Combat Lasted For About Half An Hour St Petersburg March 30The em poror has received a dispatch from Gen Kuropatkln giving a lengthy rit port from Con Mlshtchcnko dated at 10 p nv March 28 which says that nn Important engagement took place near the town of Chong Ju In which tho Russians were defeated retiring In perfect order Tim Japanese suffered heavily but tho Russian losses are not stated Cavalry and Infantry on both sides wore engaged The Russians occupied a commanding position The Japanese fought gallantly but owing to their heavy losses were una ble to occupy tho position abandoned by the Russians Gon Kuropatkln In his first report to the emperor from tho scene of war announced that offensive land opera tlons had taken place against the Jap anese upon the sixth anniversary of the occupation of Port Arthur by the Russians These operations took tho form of a cavalry attack Monday by six companies of Cossacks led person ally by Gen Mlshtchenko against four squadrons of Japanese cavalry which tho general believed to be beyond Chong Ju but which ho found to bo In occupation of that town Despite a cross Ore which Gen Mlsttchonko cloverly directed against the enemy ho pays a tribute to their tenacity and bravery the Japanese only conning to fire after a combat which lasted for half an hour Before the Russians could follow up their oil vantage threo Japanese squadrons galloped toward the town which two of them succeeded In entering while the third was driven back in disorder men and horses falling Tho fire maintained on the town was so destructive that tho Japanese were unablo to mako an effective return Further Japanese reinforcements ar rived an hour later and In view of the superiority of the enemy Gen Mlsht chenko determined to retire doing so without embarrassment although he carried with him three killed and 1C woundedGen Mlshtchonkoa Cossacks have been endeavoring for some days to como In contact with tho Japanese pa trols but the latter refused tho com batTho skirmish of Monday will have tho effect of encouraging tho Russians to retard as much as possible the ad vanco of tho Japanese army Gen KuropatktnB dispatch reporting Gen Mlshtchenkos operations as pub lished does not give the place of its origin but It Is presumed that the com mander ln chief IB either at IJao Yang or en routo to Now Chwang LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 24 1901 Going Ourth Train 4 Dully Leave Bereu 320 a m Arrive Richmond3 fi2 a m Arrive Paris 505 a m Arrive Cincinnati730 a m Ooln North Trnln 0 Dally Leave Berea 1255 p m Arrive Richmond 1 25 pm Arrive Paris 318 pm Arrive Cincinnati 600 p m fining Sooth Train Dully Leave Beroa II1 p m Arrive Livingston 2 05 pm doing south Train 0 dally Leave Heron 1121 pm Arrive Livingston 12i0 n m Trains No 1 and No5 make con section at Livingston for Jellico and the South with No 21 and No 2iIW H BOWER Ticket Warning Whnn you ask a druggist for Para camph be sure you got it There Is nothing just as good Paracamph in guaranteed to cure Pills Ecznmn Tetter Itch Salt rheum etc Re member tho name Paracamph 25 cents Any subscriber to TilE CITIZEN whose subscription in paid up may make one fren estimate in our Worlds Fair Contest for each 25c sent iu and he will ho given credit op his sub expirationdateamount pai- dInflammatory Rhoumatlsm was Cured William ShatTer a brakeman of Dennison Ohio was confined to his bed for several weeks with inflnmma tory rheumatism I used many remedies he 8aysIIFinaUy I sent to McCaws store for a bottle or Chamberlains Pain Balm at which time I was unable to use hand or foot totosale by S E Welch Jr FARMERS e We want live fat Poultry Eggs Hides and Feathers We pay highest cash prices We pay 40c per doz for Goose Eggs C F GOTT CO SnmMnon lu hens rnxluro Company Depot Street Boron Ky 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checking of Htiggnge FOR COMfORTfOR SERVICE Ir YOlR TICKET HK1I4 Till Popular Henderson Route rot Certainly Well Fortified ASK US tarn lAimnt Travelling Ia i umr Atrnt WOMACK CllrltIolrr Antlit J UWIN itll LOUISVILLE KY S 11 soonKidney Backache PUItIFIES WORLDSFAIR All Diseases of kidneys bladder and urinary organs Abo heart illieaaa rheumatism backache gravul dropsy female troubles Cure I Dont become discouraged Tbere U a cure for you If necessary write Dr Ho lion spent a llftitliuu curing Just such enoaasyours All consultation aru FREE ollDorII havo boon n sufferer from rheumatism for 10 and havo often boon confined house and sometimes to my led for several days I commenced taking Dr rcnners and Backache Cure when I was suffering Intensely It afforded relief at once I now well as I over havo In my life ADA BLACKWELL Kansas City Mo 1l1li1Isuffered from kidney and bladder trouble until life was not worth living I began Dr Fanners Kidney and Backache Cure and In a short time noticed a great I was soon permanently cured HOWARD MITCHELL Kansas City Mo 4tw ImiBKlnU We aol1lt Ask for Dr Fcnneri Almanac or Cook nookPHaaw 1 Ei EiEi jJjJM = J IWrite or Call on IHARBER and HUGUELY m Main Street Richmond Ky 1for prices on Oats Clover Timothy PIPI and other Field Seeds and e- I GrassesPhone 35 or ItIOItIgIItTOIItT IiT allIkJt iiH It In qnnfldcnt every answer to that 0ioKion older than this pyramids If a mnn die shall ho llvo again 1 Wh n tho most eloquent divine of Franco mood before tho bier of Ixnils XIV to pronounce fin eulogy upon that great rulor he remained Bllcnt for some time overcome by his emotions Finally rccovcrlnx himself In part ho said In n voice half chokcd wiT sobn There nothing great hut death This was the utterance of a mina ron I quered of grief at the death of a loved muter It was but Iho repetition nt a wall that has been heard throughout all tho fiRcs In every nation The di vine In King Louis panegyrist was swallowed tip of thn thought that his royal master greatest anions men hind been defeated by tho archking1 of ter ror Death Yet the preacher wan wrong and al together wrong There In that far greater than death and It Is Immortal- Ity Don Is great In that It overcomes all living things plants birds beasts and man Yet Heath ends with life on earth for John the Divine In his mag nlllront description of the new heaven hiss declared And there stint bo no rnnrtt death Death doOR not end life It dors but transform It Into life that U unending It Is but mode of changing mortality Into Immortality It Is as the sundered roroon which release thocroalure onre n dull chrysalis now a gloriously tinted butterfly that may roam among tho In hllOIlIAfter the 40 days of fasting ptnancn and prayer begun when winter lies a dying and ending after the warming sun lau klssod Into new life grasses and trees and flowing plants this resurrec tion day dawns In commemoration of that long ago day when the man Jesus left tho tomb of the Arlmathean to es tablish the consoling truth that He who gave life can take It and restore It againTrue lie had brought from the dead the son of the widow of Naln the daughter of Jalrus and taxarim whom y AN EASTER WEDDING A COMEDY VITH A MORAL u TELL me all about your wed 1D0ding cried tho friend from a distant city faIU tell you all about It said the but Do I remember you always said you meant In marry a man who could civs you at least everything you II wanted and also thht your wedding should bo the swollnst affair the town land over known and ns your husband pas douhllcas already discovered you Are a girl of your wor- dlII bollcvc I did say something of the kind Well you see It was this way Oath Ted end hit cousin Arthur wanted to marry me and of ILL TWo YOU ALL ABOUT IT course no one who really knew me would Imagine for a moment that I accepted Ted because their decrepit uncle Intended to make him his heir merelyImoney How well you understand me iJIllWhen the wedding day was set made all my plans for a brilliant affair Everybody save Ted and papa onoiWcllerTed said ho had no ob jection to a big church wedding If I was willing that he appear by proxy Oh my goodness As IfIt Ive an Idea somehow that he thought that was funny I didnt Perhaps Butt your father didit Ob papa wus qultebrutal Ho said ho was perfectly willing If I could get some one else to pay the bills r r Ho loved Yet there was needful to the completeness of Ills mission that lie Himself dlo as common humanity dies and return Himself from tho dead In order to afford unbreakable evidence of Ills power over death and the grave It was this first Easter day evidence that caused Paul In his eloquent essay ujKin Immortality to write defiantly O death where Is thy sting 0 grave where Is thy victory and then to add gratefully and reverently Thanks be unto God which glveth UK the victory through our lord Jesus Christ It Is meet and right then that Hast er day shall bo hailed with joy by all Christian peoples that the shall put on their gayest Appartjuthat flowers shall bedeck thoch ncels of tho churches and that the grand organs shall peal forth triumphant song Christ has risen and there Is Ills promise that all they which arc asleep In Him shall arise from tho dead to meet Him In glory that shall endure forever and forever Tho mystery of death Is unsolvable that greater mystery of resurrection from the dead Is still farther from mans knowledge lint unfathomable things sometimes aro the sweetest and most comfortable blessings men enjo- In this life Faith demands no proof further than la contained In Ills words In my Fathers house are many man lIon go to prepare a place for you beIof Job when ho said I know that my Redeemer llveth and that lie shall stand at the latter day upon thn earth woItabernacle were dissolved we have n building of God n house not made with hands eternal In the heavens First among the great festlvnllfoly days of the church It Is also one of tho oldest It Is preeminent because It Is the keystone of the arch of Christianity Without It Resurrection l1- yIthl gospels lire a lie the writing of a lie and the life and death of a mockery St Paul boldly de cleares that preaching Is vain and teaching Is vain except It be hissed up Christs death apd resurrection from Ion death WIIUAM IIOS8RR CODHB rOh how dreadful I didnt worry much about papa dear Ho and mamma hove been mar riot 4i years and she wanted tho big wedding I see Rut you and Ted were not roI I cried twice refused to speak to him for theo days before he yielded So he did yield Why of course I had made up my mind nut after the first cry I added afterIcided to have a bunch of Easter lilies tied with white ribbons to the corner of each pew In the church Humph It seems to me that Ted was wise to give In when he did- I thought so too but Well It all happened this way We had to have nine rehearsals before ho rocov ered his presence of mind sufficiently to remember that I was the person he was to promise to love and cherish and not the nearest bridesmaid Well then It was all right after It was not Two hours before thoj wedding wo received news of the death of the rich old uncle Wo had to be married at home with no witnesses save the Immediate family Oh well there Is no loss without sumo gain Tho rich old uncle There was this time Ho had left every cent of his money to Arthur be online ho said It was no use to leave anything to Tlda girl who was J fool enough to insist on ssuch a wed ding was sure to bring him to beggary anyhow RELIC OF THE REMOTE PAST Old Maid Boarder I declare I neve- saw such beautiful Easter eggs Tits coloring must huvo been done by real artists Tho Crusty Bachelor The one I jus opened IIIIilthno been painted one y of the old masters SUBSTITUTE FOR XRAY Fluorescln May Do Away with Pres ent Mode of Treatment of In ternal Diseases In a recent number of the Medical Journal Dr Robert Coleman Kemp con sulting physician of tho Manhattan state hospital of New York city tells for tho first time tho result of n series of experi ments with II n or esc In which may tore ever do away with Xray treatment of Internal diseases Ily the use of the fluid thocntlrcintcrnalorgans of tho body become at once exposed to the naked eye clearly as It through a transparent film or glass The membranes of tho stomach are so distinct In their outlines that they can be traced on the outside of the body In a dark or light room Tho new use of the fluid In of Incalculable value In the treatment of abdominal diseases and its ef ficacy was demonstrated before a body of students at a clinic In the College cf Physicians and Surgeons Fluorcscln is a nontoxic absolutely harmless and Is token by the patient on an empty stomach In a gloss of water In which sodium bicarbonate glycerin and fluorescln are dissolved According to Dr Kemp tho fluorescent medium In creases Its activity on exposure to light and can be prepared a long time ahcad It can be drunk in large quantities with Impunity MAKES AMUSING MISTAKE Madrid Newspaper Describes a Great Wrestling Match at Olympia as a Boxing Event An unconscious but amusing howler It perpetrated by El Heraldo one of tho chief Madrid newspapers In ItIpin Hackenschmldl and Mndrall being described as champion boxers It was says the Spanish paper a strenuous and thrilling contest Some theIsic landed his opponent a terrific blow stretching him on the floor and breaking his elbow whereupon the prize was awarded him The same paper also recently in formed Its renders of the suicide of Whitakcr Wright la the followlus manner News has been received In Paris that Mr Whltamcrwrlght a prominent Transvaal banker has committal sui cide After referring vaguely to sonic legal prosecution In which Wright was In volved tho journal states that Mr Whltamcrwrlght confided to a friend that should he be convicted ho would never leave Pretoria alive 45 YEARS ON THE BOX London Omnibus Drher Renews Ills License at the Age of Sev entyFive Mr James Sleap has been an omni bus driver In London for 45 years and Is nearly 75 years of age When the former proprietor of tho omnlbusses on the Barnsbury and Drlxton route turned his business Into a company a clause was Inserted in tho agreement that James Sleap was to be allowed to drive nn omnibus as long as bo was capable of doing 10 SIcap has just renewed his drivers license In spite of his age he Is a first class coachman and most of the young horses are given to him tc break In Tho whitehaired ruddyfaced old man Is a familiar figure on the Barns bury road and works six days a week In all weathers MARKET REPORT Cincinnati March 26 CATTU Common 3 00 4 00 Heavy steers 4 tl 4 G5 CALVESExtrq 6 00- HOOS Ch packers 5 75 Gf 5 80 Mixed packers 7- 5SHEEPExtra 4 35 4 50 LAMOS Spring 11 P 12 KIOUR Spring pat 5 30 j G5 WHEATNo 2 red 1 03 1 or i No3 winter 97 2 mixed 49 2 mixed 41 1OATSNil 2 76 78 timothyt1714 00 POHK Clear family Gf 15 60 LAUD Steam 6 G2ia BUTTER Ch dairy 14 16 Choice creamery 26 APPLESChoce 3 00 3 POTATOES Per bbl 3 00 0 3 10 TOBACCO New GOG 1250 Old 4 40 14 50 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 4 80 0- 0WHEATNo 2 rod 95Vd 1 01 No 3 spring 86 p 98 CORN No 2 mixed 3Y 58 OATS No 2 mixed 3S1GPP 39 RYENO 2 lC ca PORK Mess 13 10 13 12li LARD Steam S2t 85 New York FLOUU Win Btrts 490 0 1- 5WIIEATNo 2 red Gl 1 0- 7COHNNo2 mixed 54v OATS No 2 mixed 46 RYE Wostorn 81 PORK Family 1G 0- 0IIAltJSlc11U 7 40 Baltimore 2 red G8 1 03i jCOHNNo 2 mixed 51 i 2 mixed 43 CATTLE Steers 4 90 15 HOGS Western 6 10 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 0 102 CORN No 2 mixed 41 G2 44yrMesa LAUD Steam 7 25 Indlcapplls 00tOATS =No 2 mixed tf Uy NECESSARY EXPENDITURES FOR ONE TERM la Weeks SCHOOL EXPENSEHdua Bret day of term College And A Ai SelM Model Lab roam Normal BaboolJ A lists taeldettal F ISO HO 451 laO Jo Tee U 23 U Jooti piper utlmated 22a 725 123 O rout boot expense 100 100 100 400 For plsno slenoaraphy and other extras Iperlal Kxpamei I low tlVIHO BXPBlfSESBurl has Is sdriBM ty- nontb Room rut by term hoard room fuel and HthU 121 for fall Sad rprlng 1174 a week 7or winter tilts tlCO week Bverd In tbe Tlllift allowed IB approved placesvarlein prig according to accommo Utloni furaiihfd Adding thus living expenses to school n- ftaift wa find To U pU the Brat day Ineludlnglhef depoitl In Collegiate Department 12020 Academy and All Normal 11920 Applied Science Normal sad A ralll mar 1172 Medal Schools I15M Is- slater 1151 more for each No student can tie reeelf menu ed who hill to make this tdroBM pay Total Ordinary Impasses for llWeeks araieen tot la Colleglata Department 130 Academy and Latin Normal 129 Applied Science Nortsaband- aOrammarlfl Model Schooli 115 In winter this dollars more for each Studenta paying x ard and room rent la lull fer a term at the beginning recalre a dtaeount of Oily cents Students duly excused before the end of a term reeelTO back an equitable portion of the mossy they bars advanced SPECIAL EXPENSES IrllOlIII 700 Organ Violin tttIH clue of three 1 00 Stenography or Typewriting per term 400 CUM won In harmony 800 vie of Plano or Typewriter br a day M Cat ot ortan II hr a day I 01I Rent of Miiulo Library per term Chemical Laboratory according to material and breaker about Sol Itiyilral and Mlcrctcoplcal Laboratories r tern 110 Vhterlaliln drawing per term xiiulnat on Graduation reswQthdsgrwwtthdlplomla We promptly obtain U S and Foreign tend model i ketch or ol Invention frccrtpnrton totentabillty For free i fOri11ow latcm and TRADEMARKS Berea College Founded 1855 a PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Count with agriculture for young mum ant Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Bchoola Ctrpcntry Printing Housework Nursing two yean countyCertificateAcademy Coarse Four years fittiag for College for business u4 lifeCollege Courses Literary Soieatifie Classical lading U Bassalaun degrJfullcsChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian edtt cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from fastruction and must also ply for board in advance Expenses for term 12 Woks say b brought wltbla 2400 about SID to be paid in adranoa Coegregatlofsealiat IV WUtlON tU rtlCNDLT ABTICI aMreta lie IBCttTAJT WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County 1Ci Madison County Roller Mills eIe1IsIIsII I 1 Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flout Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc beIPRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour tieIsldeleI IeiQ l iPotts ihltaStatloc Duerson Ky I u lOUR WORLDS FAIR CONTEST I opJXlrtunityto participate in tho Great Worlds Fair Contest in which lheseprizesaregivou Tho subject matter of this grant contest is the Total Paid Admissions during May the first month of the Great St Louis Worlds Fa- irConditions of this Great Contest OLD UnSCItIDEUSFor each 25c paid on your subscription account to TUG CITIKN you can make S13SOOO IN 496 CASH PRIZES 1st prize 5000 2d prize 2500 3d prize 1000 3 SPECIAL PRIZES 500 Early Estimates Iono free estimate If you pay 100 ou your account you can make four free guesses if 200 eight free nnd FO on NEW SUIiSCltlKEItS Xew subscribers sending 25c for a three months pubscription can make one estimate free Those sending Soc for a G months subscription 2 free guesses 100 for a year 1 guesses 200 for 2 years 8 guesses and BO on Write your name address and estimates in the Subscription Blank below and mail today to THE CITIZEN KyThe record of the Secretary of the Worlds Fair showing the total paid attendance during May the first month of the Fair will determine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will be made by a disinter ested committee of prominent judges during the first week in Juno As this contest will close on April BOth the day before the Fair opens all will have an equal chance to win those prizes Those who estimate or guess 500000Iare Here is the List of Prizes For the nearest correct estimate or guess 500000 For the second nearest correct estimate or 2OOIguess 50000 For the fifth nearest correct estimate or guess 30000 For the sixth nearest correct estimate or guess 20000 For the seventh nearest cjrrect estimate or guess 15000 For the eighth nearest correct estimate or guess 10000 For the ninth nearest correct estimate or guess J 7500 For the tenth nearest correct estimate or guess 5000 For the next five nearest correct estimates- or guesses 20 each 10000 For the next five nearest correct estimates- or guesses 1000 each 5000 For tho next 28 nearest correct estimates or guesses 500 each 14000 For the next 415 nearest correct estimates or guesses 300 each 133500 493 prizes amounting to 150000 4 In addition to the foregoing prizes there v ill be the following Special Prizes for Early Estimates For the nearest correct estimate received on or after March 1st and before March 15th S50000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after March 15th and before April 1st 50000 For tho nearest correct estimate received on or after April 1st and before April loth 50000 Total 490 prizes amounting to 1300000 Each for VALUABLE INFORMATION To aid in forming your estimates we furnish the- following figures The total paid admissions during May the first month of the Chicago Worlds Fair were 1050037 The total paid admissions during May the first month of the Buffalo PanAmerican Exposition were 899430 Be careful to write your name figures and P O plainly Cut out fill in mail today to The Citizen Berea Ky SUBSCRIPTION BLANK I Inclosed find e to apply on Subscription acct Name Postoffice State My estimates of thA total number of paid admis sions To the Worlds Fair during the month of May are eo 1 THE CITIZEN er ill For PainTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like Magic Not by paralyzing the nerves and glands like opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drugs but by In 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have not had ono hard attack because I take a Pill and It overcomes the IIltIlcultyolO SAUNDKUS Qreensburr Ind FREEWrite to us for Free TriAl of Dr Mlles Anti Pain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your cueltenyou what Is wrong and how Free PIt MILES MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES ELKUART IND Working Overtime bjthoseNew Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day curia Inui geation Biliousness Constipation Sick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25o at East End Drug Co Berea Ky EDITORS COLUMN If you wake one or more estimates on guesses m our Worlds Fair Coutestlvou will receive certificat for all guesses made Thess certificat es will secure for youthe payment of the prizes your estimates entitle you to claim by being presented to the Press Publishing Association Detroit Mich through your nearest bank within 10 days after the winners are announced Allholders certificate will be furnished with alistof winners within 10 days after the results are known Bargains The following bargains are for either old or new subscribers to TOE CITIZEN If your subscription is paid up you will be given credit for out year from its present expiration date whatever it is Bargain No Ont laSToledo Blade lX f200 Our Bargain Price f125 Bargain No Two Citizen flOC Union Gospel News Driven Back to Eden 1217E Our Bargain Price 160 Driven Back to Eden is a charming tory of several hundred pages by the famous author E P Roe and U beautifully bound in cloth Bargain No Three j Cincinnati Post Daily except Sunday J30C Citizen Weekly 100 400 Our Bargain Price 1250 Bargain No Four Citizen Weekly 100 American Farmer Monthly fi- QsTEc Our Bargain Price 116 With any one of the four bargains above you can make four free guesses with any two 8 guesses and BO on in our Worlds Fair contest described on page 3 In writing please use the following coupon Address James M Racer Beret Ky CUT OUT FILL IN AND MAIL TODAY COUPON I enclose for Bargain No Name Postoilice State My guesses in the Worlds Fair contest are n It 11 1t t WEEDS Consumption is a human we best in weak lungs Like other weeds its destroyed while young when old Sometimes lni possibleStrengthen the lungs as you would weak land and the disappearThe is Scotts Emulsion Salt pork good too but it is very to digest The time to treat consump yourselt7Others Dont wait until you cant deceive yourself any longer Begin with the first thought to take Scotts Emulsion If it isnt really consumption so much the better you will soon forget it and be better for the treatment If it is consump tion you cant expect to be curedat once but if you will bcin in time and will be rigidly regular in your treat ment you will win Scotts Emulsion freshair rest all you can cat all you can thats the treatment and thats the best treatment We will send you a little of the Emul sion free- sure that thh picture la the form of a libel u on the of every bottle ol Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE- Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y and Sr all druggists 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 today Every bottle guaranteeby S E Welch Jr Druggist Any subscriber to THE emus whose subscription is paid up may make one free estimate in our Worlds Fair Contest for each 25o sent in and he will be given credit on his sub scription from its present expiration date whatever that date is for the amount paid The Name Witch Hazel The name Witch Hazel is much abused E C DtWitt Co Chicago are the inventors of the original and only genuine Witch Hazel Salve A certain cure for Cuts Burns Bruises Eczema Tetter Piles etc There are many counterfeits of this salve some of which are dangerous while they are all worthless In buying Witch Hazel Salve see that the name E C DeWitt Co Chicago it on the box and a cure is certain Sold by the East End Drug Co Azbill Azbill Are headquarters for CORN NAY and FEED STUFF Of all kinds We are closing out a lot of china and tin ware also a lot of mens Pant and Hats for less thancost For f150 you can get a nice Hat and a pair of Pants Work Shirts from 20o to SOc regular 30c and BOc shirts One Mlle East of Berea on the Big Bill Pike A Favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Rem edy a favorite with the mothers of smallchildren 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 sale by S E Welch Jr I J AZBILLS Is the place to get your Blacksmithing done We have the tools and the skill Horseshoeing 50c We are headquarters for good work and low prices Everybody come Bio HILL Pits 1 MILE EAST BEBEA u I for Hllll1rll1 11 fur 11 I H HH rt 1II 1II Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence published unlest ilgned In toll by the writer The same II not for publication but at an evidence of good faith Write plai- nly1Itli1IIIMt1lIll1I11H1FIlHHHIlH +111 I fur I+ + ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE March 2SBorn to Mr and Mn G L Wren March 23 a lilt daughter which lived to be only a few hours oldB L Poynter is ver sick with measles at this writing J H Lambert had three nitro hog killed by the train Saturday evening Mrs Daisy Lambert visited her parents Mr and Mrs J B Coyk Sunday Joseph Moore and famil have moved to Laurel countySan Lambert has moved to his farm Some of the boys went fishing Wednesday night for tho first time this spring Mrs Lue Singleton or Rockford is visiting relatives at this placeJ J Wrons family who have been down with measles are improv ing nicely SCAFFOLD CANE March 28C H Todd of Garran county was iu Rockcastle county last Thursday on business Misses Minnie and Diuksey Laks were the guests o Miss Minnie R Waddle on Saturday Mr and Mm WH Rich visited friends at East Scaffold Cane SundayMrs Mina Davis was tin guest of Mrs J W Hawkins last Sunday Daddy Todd is running hii shingle factory every day with market success Mrs Sarah W Trimble is very ill at this writingMr Tom J Lake visited J S Waddle recently J S Waddle is still very sick with gripTlie roads are in a very goof condition now in this locality all ex cept tho road up Scaffold Cane Hill Bert Coddington of Berea visited friends in Scaffold Cane Friday and Saturday of last weekThos Daug herty and son James made a business trip to Berea SaturdayMr Hoatal is still pooling bark for Daddy Todd anti Daddy hauls it to the mill as fast as it is peeledLIVINGSTON March 2SMiss Sallie Cotinghatr was visiting relatives here last week Mrs Penningston was visiting friends in Pittsburg this weekMrs Smith Kelley died very suddenly at her home yesterday morning H J Mullins was in Frankfort and Somer set this week The ladies of the Christian Church gave an oyster supper at the Hotel Tuesday which was enjoyed by allRoy Mulliui and Miss Nora Tubbs were married last Thursday Rev F R Gates officiating The Lewis Brothers gave an entertainment at this place Mon day and Wednesday night of this week which was largely attended and appreciated The people ol Livingston extend them a cordial invitation to return and make merry againDied yeaterday morning the infant child of Jas Erve Owens ol fever There has been three deaths in the Owens family in the last twc weeksThere is more sickness in the county than has been in many years The doctors are kept on the go day andnight MADISON COUNTY DREYFUS March 25Perry McCollum and wife of McKee were visiting relatives here last weekMiss Mannie Me Collum who has been with her uncle Louis Sandlin of Athens Ky went to Berea Monday to enter school L 0 Powell purchased a fine organ last week now is the time girls If you are a musician Geo Herd is on the sick listTom Lakes was in Mt Sterling MondayWm Ogg who has been sick for some time is slowly improving Miss Georgia Belle Powell of Speedwell was here last week in interests of school work Miss Powell is an excellent teacher we welcomed her back again T J Coyle of Clover Bottom is hav ing a house built on his farm near here under the management of JaR DennyEverett Warford is erecting a residence near Bear Wallow on the Adams farm Mr Warford is from Noland Estill county MASON COUNTY MAYSVILE March 28 Measles is an epidemic at this placoWe are glad to see Airs Lucy Davis out again after an illness of a few daysRov 0 A Nelson will preach for Rev W M Price Sunday afternoon Misses Louisa Randolph Katie Young and Lizzie McAllister are on the sick list at this writtingMr William Hin ton has gone on a business trip to Dayton 0 Richard Robinson and Charlie Fox are sick with measles Mr Bon Savage of E Fourth St iR quito ill with pneumonia Rov G DL Moore of Lexington and Rev G W Hord will preach for Rov W M J Price during the woekMr Spencer Hinton and family have moved the house lately vacated by Mrs Alice Anderson on fifth St Mrs Anderson has moved to the Port house on E Fourth St KILLED FROM AMBUSH Richard Jenkins Shot By An Unknown Party Near Plnevllle PtnevlUe Ky March 30 Richard Jenkins known as Dead Dick was shot and Instantly killed ou Duck creek 20 mllea from here by unknown parties from ambush Jenkins played a prominent part In the mountain feuds which raged so desperately In the mountains several years ago Hi 1s credited with having killed clgh men but for the last fees years hall been living a quiet and peaceable life lie was woll known throughout the mountain ecUon of Southeastern Ken tucky DEMENTED MANS DEEDS Broke Wifes Jaws and Then Drowned Himself In a Pool Grayson Ky March 30Joseph Burton aged a farmer living three mile east of hero slipped behind hit wife while she was washing the din nor dishes and struck her with a wag on spoko breaking her lower and up per jaws Ho then ran to a pool of water and drowned himself His mind was affected by an attack of la grippe The woman Is In a critical condition To Stamp Out Smallpox Petersburg ICy March aODr J M Grant baa received his comtnla Blon from Gov Deckham as chairman of the Boone county board of health Ho baa called a meeting of the mem born of the county board at Burlington for tho purpose of taking some steps toward etatapine out tho smallpox elli deride in that place and vicinity Douglas Park Trotting Track Louisville Ky March 30A deal will possibly be closed next wok by which Douglas Park trotting track will pass Into the hands of W J Sny dor secretary of the Detroit Driving club who represents an eastern syn dlcate TOe price Is said to be about 160000 Rev George O Barnes Mission Irvin Ky March 30Rev George O Barnes tho notod evangelist of East ova Kentucky is In a series of meet ings here Ettlll county Is the Gist county ha baa preached In on this tour and it Is his purpose to preach in each county of tho state May Call In Mitchell Louisville Ky March 30John Mitchell head of the United Mine Workers may bo called to LouIsville to settle tho wago scale for the West ern Kentucky coal miners There is an inability to agree and a general strike Is Imminent Child Burned to Death Sobrco Ky Starch 30At his home near here in tho Dell Court country Wllllo the 4yoarold son of W J Prln gle was fatally burned by his clothing taking flro from tho grate Ho linger ed for several hours when death re lieved him Died of Heart Trouble Harrodflburg Ky March 30Abs MoMordle ono of tho bestknown and most prominent men in Harrodsburg is dead Ht had been ill only a abort time of heart trouble Mr McMordle was formerly chief of police of liar rodsburg Mules Kick Caused Insanity Henderson Ky March SORoll Mel ton aged 20 grandson of Elijah Sel lira one of the wealthiest srmers of this county has been adjudged insane His Insanity was caused by a kick from a mule five years age Weed bum fdr Letted Lexington Ky March 80Got Charles B Ewlag proprietor of Wil lamette stud this oUT bat hued for gracing purposes 100 toret of the far mono Weedburn fair owned by the late CoL A J Alexander Wounded Conductors Condition Lexington Ky March 80r1her1 little or no change In the condlUon of Jack Btauobentp the Queen ft Cres cent might conductor who wat ehot Tuesday night at Burgta by Town Marshal Daniel Whisky Crop Short Louisville KV March 80The whisky crop of Kentucky tor 19011604 it estimated at 20221868 allons as compared with the prevleus year year Prices are expected to advance The Work of Experts Clinton Ky March 30 OrMksmen entered the post office In this city blew open tho safe and stole 11966 In stamps and money The work it evi dently that of experts Beckham Goes Home Frankfort Ky March OGoT Beckham left Tuesday for bit tld horns BardstowB where ha will nxf ml1 dim J Tth A NEW CARLOADTHE FARM WAGON in built for service rather than for style You want it to he strong durable and light running Those are tho potato we considered in purchasing the lino we handle tho foment H WEBER WAqONS =Thor combine all those qualilira in the highest degree We can back them with our reputation Come in and get our prices They will pt rnundt you to buy Bicknell Early Berea Ky 00000000000000000000000000-o 0- f IT PAYS TO TRADE i AT WELCHS a- o 0 Wisdom moans oat judgment Good judgment mUM tj 0success when you your wisdom to business prob 0Isms that is why it pays to trade where goods are bought 0 and sold right and you always got a square final 0- o o 0- a 3Obelisko Elephant Corn lOcF3 lb Tomatoes 2 for 16c 3 bars ofLenox or Clairette soap lOc 4 lbs Package Gold dust 15c One gallon bucket syrup 25c Northern Seed Potatoes 125a 0 o 0 o Stock all the way through in proportion this is why it 0 looks like ovuryhody trades at 0 f WELCHSI i- o 0 0000000000000000000000000 O +O +O +O + +O +O +O +O+ o +o +O +O +OHO +O +O +O +O +O +O +OfOfOfO +Of + 0 Io0 We can fill your orders 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