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I JAMES MILTON Editor end Publleher8- lrkrcd al1Ac IIoII al flew iy aa tau ai nlaU- arH44I + J++ lIt HH+ VlA Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 7 1904 One dollar a year NO 12 IIDEAS IInr111nusrtlirond track A person wlio likes to henr lilnisclf talk iHiit BatlHtUxl to bo his own nu dlvnco I Nearly every mnn thinks lint vroro jtiRtlcu Bonn his hlro would be hlKho A man can always hnvu tho last word by waiting witH tho woman la- ailttft TAKE NOTICE Remember there are only 8 weeks loft in which to guoanoa in our Worlds Fnir Con The ia short make your guess at onco FROM THE WIDE WORLD rrumlontDinz opened tho Moxicnn Congrtfw April Int It ill Htnltsl that tho HimMan fortes in Manchuria nrt Ixjiiifj ro iiforeod nt tho rate of 1000 men daily This years Australian wheat crop in iwtimatwl at 11XX000 bushclo u ovo tho butt proriotiH record Tho Russian J1lwmlltlllT is nnid to lx of tho opinion that no gnnt battle will IKJ fought Iwforu Septum her Soino 000 schoolteachers of Porto Rico will conu to tho U S in July for u two months visit in Hummer schoOls They will Iw brought fund untried h11m government without expense A French court decided March 3 that Columbia had no control over tho Panamn cniinl and tlmt sever eignty was vwtvd in the Republic of Panama This removes tho last olwtaclo for thu transfer of tho canal proiltrty to the United Stales The HtockholdorH of tho comjKiny have Uwn called together to ratify tho sale IN OUR OWN COUNTRYI Tho main buildings Fair nn WJ per cant completer During March taw enormous sum of 331 13500 was coiner nt tho mint in San Frnncisco wreaking nil previous record Tho Panama Canal mil will taken up by tho Senate this week It is underatood that nmcudmonlH will- Is offered from bothsidee of the chamber Ambassador McCormick is negoti rating for a treaty with Russia which will give United State cor onitions the right to sue in Russian courts nnd Russian cor orutionH the right to sue in tho courts of tho United States April 2Tluo situation nt tho cast bank of St Marys reservoir is grow lug worse Tho of St Marys have fully nwnkcneti to tho danger of tho situation nnd arc filling in tho weak places of tho bank with mugs of nnnd It is given out nt Washington that Postmaster General Payne is n very sick man It is wild that tho personal nt lacks undo on him in Congress rut suiting from the reeonl ostnl in vestigation have weighed heavily up on him Dr W T Hnrris U S Com is sionor of Education nt this cap Itolwurmly approves of time Rhodes in tho Univer cityof Oxford England bequeathed to this country gift of tho pioneer Cecil Rhodes tho terms of the bequeht two Bcholarrihipfl nre given to each of our status and territories except tho District of Columbia COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY A lively antipool room wnr has been begun nt Owcnsboro by tho swearing out of warrants against ale leged operators and principals According to n report issued by tho United States Geological Survey Kentucky is included in tho most nctivo center of development in tho oil industry during time year 1002 wholesale whiskey dealer in Kentucky was called to attend n meeting to arrange to fight tho legal ityof tho law taxing singlcBtnmp whiskey fifty cents n barrel and twcntyflvo cents for packages less than barrels David R Francis n Konluckian is to preside over the opening ceremon ies of tho Worlds Fair President Roosevelt will press tho button which will put lifo into tho exposition at 1 oclock on April 30 Kentucky Day is Thursday Juno 2 Mrs Bertha Miller Smith widow of Dr A W Smith of Richmond r has boon elected hostess of tho Ky I Building at tho Worlds Fair Besides Mrs Smith thero will bo two other ladies in tho Kentucky Build 1 tugMrs Fanny A Carothors of Bnrdston as Superintendent of tho Womans Work exhibit Mrs Mary A Burton of Lebanon in charge of tho Information Bureau on tho first floor w- N4TIDE CITIZEN IVOL o+o+o +OIO +o +o Fo o Fo +o +o +o +o +o+o Fo +o +o +o+o +o +o +o +o + t o- t Greatest Temperance Orator + 0 ii1i1 o 0 o Music by the Band Everybody Invited 1- b 1- o Fo Fo Fo Fo o o Fo o t od o+o Fo F Fod o t o+od o4o tod o tot o t o t o Fo LAKE BAIKAL AND THE RUSSIAN TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM Lake Hnlknl the holy sea of Siberia In n serious embarrassment to Iluwiln Just now It cuts the Transalbcrlnn railroad In two amid the thirty seven tulle pip cuuwd by tho lake Is crossed In summer by great ferryboats which carry an entire train Troops are now crossing on time Ice CONSTITUTIONAL IULWARKS OF LIBERTY Btrti Takes Sheller Under the Pro ttotlon of Higher Law At Chapel prayers last Friday morning President Frost reported upon tho recent meeting of tho Trims tees in Cincinnnti Ho said in part II Humanity has lien struggling through nil tho progress of civiliza tion against two kinds of enemies on tho one hand the criminal ele mont nnd on the other humid tho tyrant Time first thing we hum to do is to protect ourselves against thieves and highwaymen This is usually effected by establishing a government But ns soon as n gov urnment is established it tends to become tyrannical nod tho great struggle has Ilea with the tyranny of government Tho chile against such tyranny is in constitu tional law time law which controls legislators and governors To this highest of human laws Boron College makes its appeal It is tho very purpose of tho Constitu tion to curtail heedless legislation Tho law passed against Bcrea College tho post winter does not represent tho best sentiment of the State and it is to be supposed that if it is in real conflict with time Constitution tho great majority of our neighbors desire to see it set aside As a matter of fact tho law is not ono which cuts alone into tho rights of Berea College or tho colored peo plo but ono which invades tho rights of every teacher and of every private P9reon If such legislation can stand there would bo nothing to prevent laws prohibiting Methodists and Bap tists from holding union meetings and other laws which would regulate the affairs of our private homes Berea therefore steps under tho broal1shlulttor tho Constitution nod will continue to do her good work as heretofore Tho Trustees passel this simple resolutionResolved That the Board of Trus tool cause appropriate proceedings to be instituted to test tho constitu tionality of tho net of tho Legislature of Kentucky recently passed and known as House Bill No 25 mild that tho legal rights of Byron College bo determined by action of tho courts It was voted also that there be no further interruption in tho erection of the chapel anti other improve ill meats for which money is provider but that in view of tho losses mud ox euditres occasioned by this hostile legislation limo President and Treas urer are instructed to report to tho Trustees a plan of retrenchment whereby some fifteen per cent of the current expenses of the institution may bo saved Friends in nil parts of Kentucky and in fuel in mill parts of the nation are sending words of cheer TImE CITIZEN will keep its readers informed of each step iu this matter The fact of this agitation will bring together an unusually large number of graduates amid former students nt Commencement which occurs on June 8th ALWAYS AT THE FRONTI The Citizen Appears this Week In New Type Dress Sometime ago tho statement was made by tho editor that constant im provement would be tho policy of time paper This menus tho mechani cal features of tho paper as well that is tho artistic arrange meat of advertisements nUll news columns the better execution of presswork etc All these added me chemical facilities Rim at ono thing time preparation of n clean neat easily rend newspaper Tho now typo selected is No 05 10 point Modern Roman mutt is exceptionally clear and legible Wo have said that ono could rend every word in TimE CITIZEN every weokno poorly printed spots on tho page and with our now typo wo know that such will con- tinuo to ho true in oven greater measure The older people whoso eyes are not quite BO bright as they bnco wore will appreciate our selec tion of this size TILE CITIZEN prints moro news and original matter than any paper of its size in its territory It is tho best printed paper in its territory Ad vortisers gut results promptly whim they use its columns Wo invite comparison with any other paper of this region Noto the neat printing tho various departments for homo farm school stories excellent con demised news features high order of literary merit und see if you can then conclude to do without this grout 8 page family weekly 1 whether for old or now subscribers will secure TILE CITIZEN for ono year and four chances in our Worlds Fair contest Sew particulars on page seven Street Linens Goods Collars A A Mrs 111111 A that comfort convenience is one our made easy riding or It is and comfort and more for general family use any other carriage Our are as row as can be made consistent good workmanship- and superior quality The great number of satisfied customers that we have and without a dissatisfied one is proof that we can please you Information gladly furnished Painting Repairing and Rubber pricesfor KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond KyN t +s J I I I I I I I 111 I I I I +11+ I I I SEE OUR FINE LINE OF i Arizona Heating and Cook Stoves and Ranges before you buy T andryour specialty Nothing but first class ARBUCKLE SIMMONS Richmond Ky J I I I I I 11111 I I I I I I 11+I +0+0+0 +0 +0 +0 +0+0+0 +0 +0 +0+0 +O +o+o+o+O +O +o+O +O +o +C +O + 0S o 1Our line of Furniture Carpets and Mattings is new and ouro o assortment large Prices lower than city prices for the same o + +0 o o You may depend it if its o o OiruLtolier Evans o 1 Its Good o o 0 oM G Brown our undertaker is one of the best in the profoso + sion t CRUTCHER EVANS o- o Joplin Old Stand Richmond Ky Day Phone 73 Night Phone 47C6 ao O Fo +o +o +o +oo Fo +0 +o +o +o4o + +0 +0 +0+0+0 +0 +040o Dry Goods Notionsand Ladies Furnishings CLOSE PRICES t1 I A Reliable House to dealwith WHITE GIBSON Main Ricbmoid Dillingham Corner SPRING DRY GOOD White Goods Waist Patterns Table Curtain New Designs in Dimities and Lawns weaves in Ginghams Bobbinet and all over Champagne Lac- eLadies FurnishingsDa- inty Swiss and Battenburg Butchers linen Cuff Collar Sets splendid line of Ribbons Special silk and lisle thread Hose Millinery complete stock of stylish ready paternrWB IN SHOWING OCR GOODS Bettie Mason Main St Berea Ky I H I+rl+I1 Sixteen Departments Eight Pages Family Carriage combines beauty and with of well buggies surriee unexcelled for work manship durability will give satisfaction than made prices with work work grades upon from Fo of0 New and DELIGHT Experience Counts For a great deal in every line of bus ineas but in few lines does it coun for as much as in MILLINERYO- ur long experience has enabled us to bring together this season the best stock of millinery we have ever shown in Berea A look will convince you LARGE VARIETY CORRECT STYLE RIGHT PRICES Mrs A T Fish Main Center Sts Berea Ky Not too Soon Is it to plan for repainting your House Barn and other buildings withHammar Brand PaintS- old and guaran teed by the East End Drug Oo Main Street B rea Ky Subscribe for The Citizen WEDDING RINGS 1 arhl ur fi juuiion as hi IIla Jtw rlrit ii UB ttirrefnto jici isatIn GfUciiui by mnil frrtn Ui 81 if you ihoiiM all In perorn Write Irr cntal ijnie and calllatet u Then in Hi city I Irlon Glrardel Co 19177 Hirict Ir1l1eJ BEREA MONUMENTAL WORKS- s s McoDiRE PROPRIETOR I have 55 seta of tombstones And monuments Prices range from 10 to 0 in marble in granite f110 to 160 I sell- White Vermont Marble Only All cloudy marble is cheap and will soon fade as it is polished with putty and acid besides it is hard to read the inscriptions on cloudy stones All filled in 2 to 5 days Write for designs and prices S McGUIRE Berea Kentucky BILLY Will make the season of 1001 at Mose Anglins Barn Billy is a black jack 13 hands high seven years old TERMS E5 to insure living colt Mon ey due when maro is parted with Moss Anglin Disputants Ky gold Dy N Douglas store- aattheIw y t ihJvdcalrn everywhere CiCTIOIl TheEPnnlne lureW1 7nongmasname llprlreon bottom a BEST WORLD IN rsIif1f SNOSO S UNION MADE ofale it table eettmi UIIteRtoe pro II1t1tJIIUrIJ o 44tnl i901 =156iS01nlra Batlnuss More Than Doubled In Four Year THE REASONS W U Douglas make and Mil more mcng 300 aml340 tlioo than mi y other tiro man ufacturer In tho world W 11 ouslai 300and 3O apnea placed skis by lido 8301 and eaOO ehorf ot other makes are found to bo Just at rttai- 1ho will outwear two Ialrl ol ordinary- shoal300 and 360 Made of the best leathers Including Patent rangaroartW L DouBlaa S4OO Ollt Edge cannot be equall at any shoes mall SSccxlru utnlor Fee V I Iftmifztjt ilr rktnii MIIM For sale by RIRI COYLE Berea Bring your watch clock and jewelry repair work to W B Robe Co Shop over postoffice Prices low All work guaranteed We have the best outfit in this end of Madison county mnetulbeSloe hai hen on the market ilnce and Is yWeRifles Pistols Shotguns k dater Ia the SaJ Illinttucd Cal Neon These It no tutuUtuta If ail cannot do cannddtalnlhemtelu without If IMrmlcU know dlMeapriJ and a thftll jlaSlllIoTlsn MitM receipt of ice urn rat q1rUft1iIi3 BTBVBNB ARMS k TOOL CO p0aoyeC- hlcopeo I FalU Moaa 1 q61tihll VrEr h THY HANDS ARE TWAIN Thy hands arr twain by one life lame Bout back with blonn blow Ily ore with toll with tin lent moll growWhferhlle rucks unhewn of work await fine hand to war mart pledge Must swing with one tho sledge Thy hrndu BIT twain by nne let pinHeap high thy gulden tore Jly one then glee that Joy may live In lives bereft and poor mlaerlyDutProm rnrrlnhulI1 and deep May feltai Gods fainting tljfcp painSfBy grasphoThy hands urn tviln for Felf In vain Thy hand dfc nlr nhntl Blp but air If both dare clutch the IIky And leave n lirothrr tilt Louts 51 Waterman In S S Times THE MISSISSIPPIt BUBBLE By EMERSON HOUGH AuthcrofTho Story of the Cowboy The GUI at the Hallway House Etc CopjrlEht Hut br Cuitnou Iloafh This boat now lacking Its propelling power drifted on and out Into the clear tide of the mighty stream The padillers were Idle anti silence had tail Ji upon all The rush of this ma Jisic flood steady mysterious ce CIt ecplng created a feeling of aw an wonder They gazed ard gazed again up the great waterway across its farther shore along its rolling course below and still each met forgot his paddle and still tho little ship of New France drifted on Just rocking gently In the rlilmic waves which rut tied the face of the mighty Father of the Water By our Lady cued Du Meene at length and tears stood In his tan framed oyen as he turned tis true all that has been said Hero It Is Me aebe more mighty than an story could have told Monsieur has tis his enough to parry ships Twill carry fleets of them one day Du Mosiie replied John Law Tis a rnndway fit for a nation Ah Du ilosnr our St luwrenc our New Prince they dwindle when compared to this new land Aye and ftli all our own cried Du Meene lAnk for the lost ten days we have scarce seen eron the smoke of a wtpwam and 10 far as I sIn tell there Is not In all this valley now the home of a single white man My friend Dn Ihuthsmar be far north of the Snpnrltir today for aught we know or sopi Hh re among the Sauteur people If here be a man below Ui let one else tell who that may br Sir I promise you whpu see this big water going on to fast and heviiiMt so far away from home wall I admit It causes me to shiver TIll much the same wild lAW where home may be for me Ab but tie different on the lakes tsbl t u Jleene for there we always littw the way back and knew that twos down stream lie says well broke In Mary Con nynse There Is something In this big river that chills me am afraid anlllonam with the contain It matters tint There must always br one traii from which one does not return Oul said Pierre Noir To be sure we have passed as good beaver country as heart of man could ask but never was land so good but there was better Just beyond They say well Du Mesne spote John Law presently tis better on be yond Suppose we never do return Lid I not say to you that I would leave this other world as far behind mo as might bo- 1h blcn Monsieur Las you reply with spirit as ever replied Du II ClIneI ant It Is not for me to stand In the way My own fortune and family are also with me and home Is where my fire la lit- Very well replied Law Let us run the rivet to its mouth If need beITls one to me And whether we get Lack or not Us another tale Oh I make no doubt we shall win hack If need be replied Du Mcsn ILsold the savages know the ways liy the Divine riser cf the Illlni to the foot of Mlchlganon and that perhaps might be our best way bal to time lakes and to the mountain with our beaver We shall provided we rcachI the Divine river as should guess by the stories I have heard ho then blIJow the llllnl the Otlawas and tho salamis with I know not wha tribes from west of tho Mesuasebe Tis for you to say Monsieur Los but for myiown partand tis but a hazzard bestI would say remain here or press on to the river of the llllnl Tls easy of decision then re plied Law after a moment of reflect lion Wo take that course which leads us farther n at least Again tho paddles my ft lends Tonight wo sup In our owl kingdom Strike the song Du Mosne tipI A shout of approval broke from hardy men along tho boat side anti even Jean Breboeuf tossed up his cap upon IIorwardiMesno setting his own paddleblado Jeep Into the flood En roulant ma iboiile roulant Aglo tarn chorua rose and again tho tinI11 heIday the travelers with eager eyes wit nessed a prospect of continual change The bluffs bolder and more gigantic towered roro precipitous than th banks of taco gentler streams wile they had oft behind Korcata rang down to the shores nnd wide green decked inlands crept im view and little timbered valleys of lesser streams came marching down to the Impaling hood of Meseaioba Again the serrated bluffs broke back and showed vast vis Las of green savanna covered with tall waving grasses broUen by little rolling hills over which crossed hcrdo of nut buffalo and deer Tie a land of plenty said Di Meane ono tiny breaking the habitual silence Into which the party had fall en Tls n great laud and n mighty nnd now monsieur I know why tlp Indians say tis guarded by spirits- Sure I can myself feet something Iho air which makes my shoulder blades to creep Tis n mighty land and full o wonders assented Law who In different fashion had felt the same mys terious spoil of this great stream For himself he was nearer to reverence than ever yet he had been In all hit wildyoung life Now eo It happened that at length after a long thought rapid Journo down the groat river they came t that stream which they took to be tjt river of thollllnl This they ascend ed and so finally early In one evening at the bank of a wide and placid bayou shaded by willows and birch trees and by great eking that bore aloft canopy of clinging vines they made a landing for the bivouac which was to prose their final tarryirj place The greet caner du Nord lime to tent at the foot of a timbered hill back of which stretched high rolling prairies iotted with little grows and broken with wide swales and wndlng doughr The leaders of the party with Teto Grts bluffus J BUTWHY and made brief exploration not more as was tacitly imjerMooJ with view to choosing the spot for the evening encampment than with tbl puri oa of selecting a permanent stopping place Du Mesne at length turned to Law with questioning gaze John Law truck the earth WUtl ibis boil Here said he Mere let tJ stop Tin b well as any places There art flowers and trees and meadows antiI hrdlUl like to those of KuIand Heiv let us stay Ah you any well indeed rrod Di M sne and may fortune send happy enterprises nut then for the houses continued Law I presume we must loep clime to this little stream which tlows from the bluff And yet vc must have a place whence we can obtain good view Then with stout wells to protect us we mlsht lit sw What Is that be yond Look Them Is II I mUtaKo not a bongo already Inilldml Ts true ns I live crier Du Mesne lowering hit voice Instinctively as his quick eye caught the spot where Law was pointing Hut good Rod what can It mean They advanced cautiously Into tho little open space beyond them a glade but a few hundred yards across nnd lined by encircling trees They sav Indeed a habitation erected by human hands apparently not altogether without skill There were rude walls of logs reinforced by siakos planted In the ground From the four corners of the Inclosure projected overhanging beams There was ai opening In the Inclosure as they discovered upon closer approach and entering at this rude door the party looked about them curiously Du Mcsno shut his lips tight to gether This was rill house built by tho hands of white men There wore Ch311CljIaround lay the litter of an abandoned campIrofiuols the Mother of 11LooIagain outside the Inclosure He stood kicking In the ashes of what had been fireplace Ho disclosed half burled n the charred embers nn Iron kettle Into which ho gazed curiously Ho turned away as John Law stepped up beside him There must have Leon sallie lure In plenty said Law There are hones scattered nil about Du Mean and Tcte Grls looked at each other In silence and the former at length replied This IB an Iroquois war house Mon sieur Las said he They lived here for more than a month and as you they fed well But these1 bones see are not the bone of elk or deer They are tho bones of men and women and children law stood taking In each detail of the scene about him Now you nave seen what Is belur resumed Du Meino The IroouolH have gene tis true Thpy have wiper out the 1llaros which were hero There are llttie cornfields but I war rant yon they have not teen u lama hawk hoe for a mouth or nova Tine i Iroquois have gone yet till tarot that mayiland what Is your pellet PINTOITetc Grits remninod moment Tts as laonsleur ease replied he at length TU all one to me go or stray as It shall pisses thn otliors There Is always the one trail over wbleli pno coos not rollnnIII And you Pierre sta by ray frlenda replied Pierre Iroolr briefly DlIIIe tlmIwe have elected to come into this weuthat wo may ret assured Let u nit hertother savages For me there seems but one opinion possible The light nlng has struck yet It raa not strike IrulilniIed and they have left nothing to 11 naryy aleRut if the savages return said Du Maine Then we will fight said John 4iw DuIcorrect vole thnt wo build hero our station Myself also said Terb Grts And Pierre Nolr nodded his assoat In si lance CiAPTRt XXft- ylAlyPs Ola Jean reboeuf called out Da Mean to that worthy who presently appeared breathing hart from his climb up the river bluff Know you what has been concluded No how sho1d fuesBV reirtlej Jean Urebceuf Or at least If should guess what else should I gum save that we are to take boat at one oed set bark to Montreal as fat aa we may Dot that what iIlbld Whose house is that yonder Tie our own mon eataat re pltod Uu MUM dryli TWM perhaps the property of the Iroquois it noon a7oA moon before that time the sot it stands on twlonjed to the llllnl Today both hoots aid soft belong ilL See here stood the village There are the coraflclds emu Mid trampled by the Iroquois Here are Ue kettles of he natives But bltwliiwbat to aU tills Why do wo not nisun away broke III Jean Ilreboauf- Pish We do not go away We re mesh n where we are Remain Stay here sad be eaten by the lroquoi Nay not jn Bre toeuf Du Meniemi d broadlymt his ter rare and a dry grin even broe over the features cf the Impassive old trap trTeteCrlnNot with your going away Jean my brother ssld Du Msnn Thourt oer hinting of rome td thn heal no i IIi whf can be done in title ssninH laee cf the 110109 and the Illlp You art gardener fur the lircboeuf HescieitN tsif IOfiIpair Were I pot the hraveet manJn all NW Prance should JlY you ipi thlr moment It In mad quite mad you are every one of you i Jlln tire boettf will remain and if neiveaary will protect Corn and perhsi the bean ye shall have iKrhanv eca tome of those little roots tint the ItVtos dig end oat bat look ycu this Is but bc uim you are with one who brave Knfln I go I bend me to the hoc here In this place like any l eas enL t An excellent hot ears lie made tom the bin la bone ot an elk as time wo man Wabana will pathapt show yna If you like said Pierre Noir derinue ly to his comrade of tho paddle Even EO said Join Hrebooiif I mate me the hoe Could I have but thee old Pierre to sit on a stump al1 fight the crows away milaro no doubt that all would no well with our husbandrv had as lief go cmultalra for Monsieur Ins nt ten any Mlgnieur on tin nicholloit of that be sure uiu Pierre i Filth replied the halter wizen It cornea to frlghionlng cruses Ill oven agree to sit on a stump with my mtiBkct across my knee and watch you work Tla n good place for n fientlrplto keep time crows from pick Ins yet more hone than these which will embarrass you lr your hoeing Jean Urebycuf He says tho Richelieu Du M4smu In John Law musing Very Il1r away it sounds wonder If wo over see it again with Ita little narrow farms But hmo wo kayo our trails end our own suds and let hope that Monsieur Jcsu shall prosper in his belated farming And now for till rest of us we must lode presently to tho building of our houses Thus began Mowly nail In prlmltlvo fashion thn building of one cf tho first rifles of the vast valley of the Mca sascbc tho seeds of civilization taking hold Upon the ground of barbarism the one supplanting Iio other yet 11whltowhich the conquerors of those savages hud Ivfl for thorn Il wMln llttlo tho stet of old England hereelf bulldod upon the races and the ruins of Ilrlton nnd Roman and Saxon of Dane and Nurri J walli with an Inner row of pAllssii iortlng itn embankment of wth mpI stone The overlap of the gtxto was rx tended taro a reentrant angle via riue battlement were erected at the four corner of hl Inclosure Th tsarIn corner fr- loin t the center of the Inclosire Ii 1nliu ns i should there be opportunity for tryc It was In these rate aiianer Law aril his companion eitaWi that whit a n the niirest upiii i Itll 1 homo that either tr the t might tinii lUll It w H thus t bath rju oia ult once ttiorr at oM an Modeis hiiiun exporiniout uf ir RliIni pmn wia Ihls errtwhlle Uulih ben Mary Cunny rigs yet nfoi rnd ofitt Law caught the qucsilou uf her And ofici enough too ho foundIaoI own quiistiiMilaK running trick uIdenrmtiilie yet remained too bitter and tIlt Iroiid to put to the proof by nay meant now within his power Strange enough swage enough hopere enoujh was this wild hOmoTf hli ID the wlldcmoss of the Mesiaieoa The piol e of tbo new reltlemeni rvse eteadtly day by day but It gars signal for ro watcliinR enemy AI al out eirethed the pale green osean of tie gasses dotted by many wll flowers ucddln and bowing like bits of fragile flotsam on tho urioe of a continually rolling sea The little Emves of timber a tiercd here ant there Ihetorotl from the summer sup the eiid cattle of the plains The shorter grasses bid the covey of the lralrio lirnfland on the raarfhxrowr bayou bent a the will duet led hot brood A treat laud a rick a fruit tO one wax this that fay about these id venturer TeaCeu IMd1 VEBSTEH AID J HNY LIND irrlrft IiiiIUiMit of n Coiicrrl In Vliloli Sinner and RtBlraiulill Iltijiil IriimltiiM lnrt It Reims an odd comulHatlon ori talents Webster au9 Jenny Und sins Inc together at apuMIe oonrert The sory ill a good one and Is to be found In a rennt book Washington time Capital City It rhrnc ii that nu the day of Jem Llndn aiiih raao uHr1 ntrabcpj of the cabinet and senate wro guests at dinner of the Itnjilta minister all the cn itt vas half over vrhei aeb Rer and the other Dtnmtlrl of thr laity entered the hall When the ap Manse with which they wrr received had subsided the second part of the concert was opened by the gifted Swede with Han Columbia Deeply mush ly the patriotic air Webster at the close of the fleet verse rose and added his rich i c norots vole to the chorus ills wit who sat behind him pilled at his cort tall to mate him op singing but ft the close of abfrse the ottnt ri brmo Joined tn and none multi tall whether Undo VIOlIN or the stud rare were most rbtrdIAs the lest oot i song away Webster hot In hsnd math profound bow to Ihl sngcr Jrnnj Llnd blushing at the honor crwrtmle while the audience ap landed to Uu echo Webster not to b outdone In politeness bowed again again Line roiutMled the liciuae applauded nnf tide was repeated nine times A Sllllt blunt I shall never oryet an osp srirnci had last winter mid a visitor from northern Michigan It was during time deer season when went out nlone one lay to see what I could get toll IIhunted all duy long without even seeing acer IlnallK I sat town en n life to rest and to meditate on my bad luck when all of n sudden IcoVert up and inw a llg buck making a dead line for mo He throw tip his flag as soon cm ftf scented mo and I dad buck fever ft on Instant There wo wore both million loss each staring it the other and both frightened stilt lhe next Instant though collected iiyreir and brought him down with a shot It seemed a queer thins lo me that after Id hunted nil day long without succe that thatibig deer should cinne walking lain mho no rlo of niy gun Hut Blp pose thats the way with Uin world Detroit lrco Press ali ii clliliiar on IVIilfli tu Count Why dont you get an automobile a man of wealth anti leisure was ached I should never feel safe In one h replied and added that he could no oven feel as safe aa if he More drlvlnj n team of horses Why not Ive known of braes taking fright at an automobile nml run ning away but never boanl of ar atltomolillc tcttlns scared tit n team hones Maybe tot Itnt uptjr n mat who Is driving nn atttomoli to gets ratItied Hes n goner Ho hasnt anItonso and the machine haut any an emergency there Is nothing Ilkf having n little scale ami hiving Itl the head of the ptoccwlon Ycmihi Com tr lonIlniliiur the lnlttrr What Is time habyfl naniof asktt tho gruclouHly condescending aunt woman His name is Kiyln Machini Jackson wait time colored motheri reply How did you come to give him swd an extraordinary name Well you see lat chllo takes mitts his father nn wanted to glen kiln a namo dat were gwlni to be IlilpropriI ate An every time anybody mon lion llyln machine dy ill Its putt pin mist ponltlvely rcfusca to orU YoiulDton Star DR V H IIOBSON Dentist k r ICyTto Tlio Best Family Salvo DoWittH Witch Hazel giviw instant relief from hums cutes Cuts BruiEos Sores Eczema Totter and nil nbrn moiisof tho ikiii In hujlng VHch llnrol Salvo it is only noco Barr to ace that you gut he genuine Do Witts and n cure Is certain Thoro nre ninny cheap counterfeits on the market all of which are worthless and quito n few nro tlangerous tvhilo Do WiUi Witch Hazel Salvo is perfectly loss and cures Sold by East Eud Drug Co ta1I a rorolIn OIOfIr 11JIA Groat Sonsatlon Thorn was a big sensation in Lees villa hid whoa WII Brown of that place who was expected to die hail hits life saved by Dr Kings Now DIs covury for Consumption Ho wrltus endured insutTdrahlo agonies from Asthma but your Now Discovery gave mo immediatu relief anti soon thereafter cffaclcd n comploto cure Similar cures of Consumption 1oeu numIcrou50c and SI 00 Guntnntoed by East End Drug Co Druggists Trial bot tlos free B Good Investment i6 n41bHallrrr tnlalwith IIIIIrurtloni lor tarnteg TELKGILVPII OPERATING A urtnttlnc sale tbtt will enat lOll lo tars Good waasins r r my eataloe whlrlt hagatta Virlrtjrot Klrrtltrtl 111111 vr for tb uk4 Kill Kail a Tilrpuuu HERMAN vmTTMma C CatalolI ale jirr Ir eaaa a tanouf aw Dont Tako Any ChancoB On having bloodpoisoning or ugly scars from n Burn Cut or Bruise Paracamph freely It butI instantly and it heals quickly by saving you time worry and money Parcamph heals without drying aud scabbing Every mother should keep bottle in her home every day in the roar REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured a market for homespun and home woven goods such as bed cororlids linen tires limey jeans blankets etc at following prices Coverlids S 4 to E0 Linen 40 to 60 cents a yard Dress Llnsey 50 cents yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes 3 a pair White hussy and white blanket are not in demand ou1on order Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 21 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must bo old fashioned homemade dyes- Anywomanwhowanta to sell cover lids or homespun to Bores College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 pin For Information apply in per on or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky 5 a u Rhoumatlsm Is Duo To a good ninny onuses It tuny harts como ns n result of your work It tuny have COIIIO front expournon tho battle Held but no matter what tho cause it can ho instantly relieved by tho frui- tufnof Inrncamph This wonderful remedy opens tho pores cf tho skit induces sweating nlimulnteH tho cir culation thereby removing the con gestion situ drawing out sill lover soreness nod iullaiuution Try n bottle to dny aud bo convinccdr Is your harness In good repair Spring plowing will noon UI here Rot ready for it bufoioharil by put ting your harness in good alutpo fronlrsplendid lino of lour Collar Pads Maori HfttitlM CollnrHIhaute Chains Trnco Chains If you veal n Now Sot of llnruost j wo Imo the Iwat Our prices are ox tr muly low when you ooueidor llu quality T J MOBERLY We ftlnwl RlfbMiH KrtI Good for Child ron Time plonsntit to lake and harmless Ono Minute Cough Cure gives im inwlinto relief in nil cases of Cough LIO because it does tIuuttho troublo It draws out the inflam nation heals mid soothes and cures permanently by ambling the lungs to contribute pure life giving and life ntiHtniuing oxygon to tho blood anti tiimic Ono Minuto ouCh Cure ii poasnnt to Inko tutu it good alike for young laud Drug CoiMONUMENTS Urn Hfiditonii IUturI It Granite nd Marbl Work of all lands don in a tvorkmiuiliktt tnnnnnr nt ran enable pricra and with dispatch All work iuur i utned b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky tm rol Wiln ant enthuse ttrrti r E J 2 AZBILLS la the to got your Ing done Wo have tho tools Ulilhftho wkill Horsoshooing 50c IWo are headquarters for good work low prices Everybody como BIG HILL Pigs MILK EAST Relict u Tis the Comfort Lino FREERECLINING CHAIR CARS On the popularIHENDERSONROUTE Between LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLEST The WEST And SOUTHWESTAs of Free Reclining Chair Car service between Louisville and St Louis dont you think it would pay you in traveling to Oct tho Hen derson Ilouto bablttU-will us Ask us about it L J Irwin Canl Piss Alt Go AgtLOUISVILLE THY HANDS ARE TWAIN Thy hands are tnvtln by one lifes bane Itaat back with blow on blow Uf our with toll with tireless moll Make thou elyniim grow MVMiv toralna tleree reverberate AVhi rocks unhiAvn of work awult 0 Land to war must pledge Mu t owing with out the icilia Thu h ls nre twain bjr one let gain linr hlah thy cohltn store lly OK then give that Joy may live In livts bereft and poor Xft no hand dare hI mtwrly lut il at another eagerly I om lotror huge and deep Miy bless Gods fainting tUjftp Thy taads nre twain by one with pain SUM fist tome lofty raK Dy lthen clasp some brothers grasp Who eke may downward ilritff Thy hand are twain for self In vain Thy band drupalr riuill flip but air If both date clutch the sky And leave n heather dlrl Louis M Waterman In 3 S Times PPItI By EMERSON HOUGH I Author ofThe Story of the Cowboy The Girl at the Hall way ooaeEte CopjriEht na4 br Ciutnou Houjh CHAPTERXXl ME33ASEBE Tha boat noW lacking Its propelling power drifted on and out into tilt clear tldo of the mighty stream The paddlers were Idle and silence had fallen upon nil The rush of this ma jwttc flood steady mysterious ce retIoeplns created a feeling of awe and wonder They gazed and gazed again up the great waterway Across to Its farther shore along Its rolling course below and still each man for Kot his paddle and still the little ship of New France drifted on Just rocking gently in the mimic waves which ruf fled the face of the mighty Father of the Waters Dy our Lady cued Du Mesne at length and tears stood In his tan framed eyes as he turned tis true nil that has been said Here It is Mexeosebc more mighty than anj story could have told Monsieur Las tie big enough to carry ships Twill carry fleets of them one day Da Mesne replied John Law Tie tt roadway fit for a nation Ah Du Jlesno our St Lawrence our New Trance they dwindle when compared to this new land Ajel and tis all our own cried Du Mtsne Look for the last ten days we have scarce seen even the smoke of a wigwam and so far as I ran tell there Is not In fill this valley now the home of a single white man My friend Du Ihuthvmn lw tar north of the Snp rkTr today for aught ne Inow or horaewhtro among the vSit Hir people If there be a man below rI it wine one oleo tell who that may ha Sir I promise you wheu ceo this big water going on so fast and he ling so far away from home well I admit it causes me to shiver Tea much the same said Law where home may be for me Ah but tis different on the lakes raid Du Mesne for there we always knew the way back and knew that twas down stream Ho says well broke In Mary Con Tiynge There Is something In this big river that chills me I am afraid And what say you Tate Grls and you Pierre Noir asked Law Why myself replied the former I am with the captain It matters not There must always bn one trail fiom which one dos not return Oul said Pierre Nolr To be pure we have passed as good beaver country as heart of man could ask but never was land so good but there was better Just beyond They say well Du Mesne spoke John Law presently Us better on beyond Suppose we never do return Did I not say to you that I would leave this other world as far behind me as might b01 1h blcn Monsieur Las you reply with spirit as ever replied Du Mesne anI It is not for me to stand IR the way My own fortune and family are also with me and home Is where my fire la lit- Very well replied Law Let us run the rlvy to its mouth It need be Tls one to me And whether we get bark or ttottis another talc Oh I make no doubt we shall win bacx If need be replied Du Mesne IL said the savages know the ways t y the Divine rhcr cf the Illlnl to the foot of Mlchlganon arid that perhaps might be our best way bat to tho lakes and to the mountain with our leaver We shall provided We reach the Divine river as I should guess by the stories I have heard he then be low the Illlnl the Ottawas and the Mlamls with I know not what tribes from west of tho Messasebe Tin for you to say Monsieur Las but for my own partand tis but a hazzard a- tbestI would say remain here or press on to the river of time Illlnl J Tis easy of decision then re piled Law after a moment of reflec tlon Wo take that course which leads us farther on at least Again tho paddles my friends Tonight wo sup In our OWl kingdom Strike up the song Du Moanet- Ai shout of approval broke from tho hardy men along the boat side and even Jean Breboeuf tossed up his cap upon his paddle shaft then mes arms cried Du 4Meene setting his own paddleblado Jeep Into the food En roulant ma Jboule roulant AglD tbn chores rose and again tho hardy craft Inpod onward into the tin exploredDay day following this the Journey was resumed mid tiny after day the travelers with eager eyes witnessed a prospect of continual change Tho bluffs bolder and more gigantic towered moro precipitous than the banks of the gentler streams which they had aft behind Forests ranged down to the shores end wide green decked inlands crept inn viewnnd lit tle timbered valleys of teaser streams came marching down to the Imposing flood of Messascba Again the serrated Muffs broko back and showed vast via Las of green savannas covered with tall waving grasses broen by little rolling hills over which crossed herds of elk and buffalo and doer Tis a land of plenty said Du Meene ono day breaking the habitual silence Into which the party had fall cm Till a great land and a mighty and now monsieur I know why the Indians say tis guarded by spirits Sure I can myself feel something In tho air which makes my shoulder blades to creep TJs n mlghty land and full of wonders assented Law who in different fashion had felt tile same mys terious spoil of this great stream For himself he was nearer to reverence than over yet he had been in all hits wlliUyoung life Now EO it happened that at length after a long though rapid Journey down the groat river they came to that stream which they took to be the river of theIlllnl This they ascended and so finally early In one evening at the bank of a wide and placid bayou shaded by willows and birch reel end by great elms that bore aloft a canopy of clinging vines they made a landing for the bivouac which was to prove their final tarrying place The great canot du Nonl came to rent at the foot of n timbered lull back of which stretched high rolling prairies dotted with little grows and broken with wide swales and winding slough The leaders of the party with Tote Grls and Pierre Noir ascended the bins r UCTwIIYI and made brief exploration not more Its was tacitly unjerstooJ with view to choosing the spot for the even Ing encampment than with the puryoe of selecting a permanent topping place Du Meeno at length turned to Law with questioning cnze John LAW struck the earth wltifhls hall Here said he Hers let ua stop Tim asr well as any plate There Are flowers and trees and niOidow rind hedges like to those of England Nero let us stay Ah you bay well indeed cried DM Mesne and may fortune send happy enterprises But then for the houses continued Law i presume va must 1ocp rinse to this little stream which flows from the bluff And yet vo must have place whence we can obtain good Ie aI Then with stout wclln to protect us we mightCut see What Is that be yond Look There Is if I mUtake not a house already bullde- dTs true ns I llvo cried Du Mesne lowering his voice instinctively as his quick eye caught the spot where Law was pointing Dut good God what can it mean They advanced cautiously Into the little open space beyond them a glade but a few hundred yards across and lined by encircling trees They sav Indeed a habitation erected by human hands apparently not altogether with out skill There were rude walls of logs reinforced by slakes planted In the ground From the four corners of the Inclosure protected ovcrhnngfhs beams There was an opening In the Inclosure as they discovered upon closer approach and entering at this rude door the party looked aboil them curiously Du Mcsno shut his lips tlijbt together This was nIl house built by time hands of white neon There were here no quarters no ahopa no chapel with its little bell Instead there stood a few dried and twisted poles and nil around lay the Utter of an abandoned camp Iroquois by the living pother of God cried Pierre Noir Look cried Tote Gris calling them again outside time Inclosure Hestood kicking In the ashes of what had been a fireplace He disclosed half burled in the charred embers an iron kettle Into which ho gazed curiously Ho turned away as John Law stepped up beside him There must have been game lure in plenty said Law There are hones scattered all about Du Mesni and Tcte Grls looked at each other In silence and time former at length replied MonIfor more than a month and as you say they fed well But ibca bones you see are not time bones of elk or deer They are tho bones of men and women and children Paw stood taking In each detail of the scene about him Now you nave seen vlmt Is bcior- UJ resumed Du Mesno The Iroquot wlpetIThere are litho cornfields but I ware rant you they have not soen it toma hawk hoe for a mouth or more The Iroquois have gone yet till fact that they have been hero proves they may come again What say you Tote Grls and what is your belief Pierre Tote GrU romnlnod client rev come 1111Ito- me I go or stay as It shall pleats tho traillover LO And you Pierre IterreIAnd yell Mbnsleur Las asked Du Memo I awe raised hll head with an oldttmo determination My friends said he- etre have elected to come Into this country and take Its conditions as wo tint them If we falter we lose of that we may rest assured Lot us not turn back because n few savages hive been here nail have slaughtered a few other savage For mo thero Deems but one opinion possible The light ning has struck yet It may not strllo again at the samo tree Tho Iroquois have beon hero but thoy lute depart ed and thoy have loft nothing to in vita their return Now It Is noceixvy that we make a panto and l nlld tome place for our abode Moro Is a post already half bnilded to our hands nut If the savages return said Du Mcsno Then we will fight said John Law And right you are replied Du Mesne Your reasoning Is correct I vote that wo build here our station Myself also said Tcrfc Grls And Pierre Noir nodded his assent In Al ienee c1ArnjtXXU L1lzg Oln Jean nreboeuf called out Da Mean to that worthy who presently appeared breathing hard frum his climb up the river blurt Know you what hiss been concluded No hobo H I mteaj replied Jean Dreboeuf Or at least If I should guewl what else should I guess save that w1 arc to take boat at once ind set back to Montreal as flat as we may But that wont IsUds7 Whoie hoiiic Is that yonder Tls our own mon enfant replied Uu Mune dryly Twaa perhaps the property of the Iroquois a moon 830 A moon before that time the sol it stands on b loosed to the Illlol Today bush home and anti belong to us SH here stood the village There aro the cornflclda cat and trampled by the irtxjuols Here are Ue kettles of the native = nut batwhIwhet Is all tilts Why do we net aart n away broke ia Jean Irooauf- Pi b We do not ito Sway We remain where we are noi main Stay hero and be eaten by the Iroquoli Nay not Jean Ure boufDu Mevne cmilod broadly at hit ter rors and a dry grin even broe ova the fatimi cf the Impawlve old trap ter TeteGrs Not eo fist with your going away Jean my brother ulel Du MWML Thourt otrr hinting of corn td the bean ng JrcTfhrt ran be done In this gardn place cf the Imqios and Use Illlvi You ara appointed hoed gardens Iur the post Mewieur me olla said Jean Breboeuf diopptnf his hand In tie pair Wore I pot the bravoet manila all Now France I should Joavo yeti tat thin moment It in uad n ltc mad you are every one of you I Jean lire hoeuf will remain and JfnelC ary will protect Corn andpsrhapS till Ltl1e shall have perhaps oven tome of those little roots that the save rjos dig end oat but iookryou title Ij but because you ere with one who In brave lInn I go I bend me to the hoe here In this place like sty peas t1nt An excellent hoe can bo made fon the bin le bono of an elk the wo man Wabana will perhapji show you If you like said Pierre Nolr derisive Irto his comrade of tho paddle Even so said Join Ureboeuf I mare me the hoe Could I have but thee old Pierre to sit on a slump anti flight the crows away I make no doubt that all would go well with our litislmmlrv had as lief go ccnaltalrc for Monsieur Las AS for any rclgnicnr on the nichcllou of that be sure old Pierre p Faith reeled the latter when It comes t frlqhienlng crows Ill even agree to sit on a stump with my musket across my knees nail watch you work Tls n good place for R fienttepl to keep tho crows from pick Ing yftrnqre bones than thcac which will tmbarrasa you Ir your hoeing Jean Urebpeufi He says the Richelieu Du Mtino broke In John Law musingly Very far away It sounds I wonder If we shall aver sco it again with Ita little ourIolnprosper in his belated farming And loothouses Thus began slowly and in primitive fashion till bulldlns of one of tho first titles of time vast valley of the Mca sasebc tho seeds of civilization taking hold Upon the groun d of barbarism the one supplanting the other yet availing Itself of that other As the white men took over the crude fields of tho departed cavagoa so also they appropriated tha finiXifect edifice which tile conquerors of tloso savages hail limit for them It was In little tho stet of old England herself bulldcd upon the races and the ruins of Ilrllon lOltIwatlmI with nn Inner row of pAllsttiSiJ up 1ortlnn nn embankment of earth ant stone The overlap of the gate was ex andIfour corners of ro Intlosuro The little stream of unfttiLtig valor was- led through a corner of tile JOITHWI In the center of the Inclosiro tii built the hoiiici n cabin for Law nni for the mon and n larger one to serve as store room and as trading place should there be opportunity for traeo It was In these rude quarters thin Law anti his companion establl e that whoa vas the nearest approa to n homo that cithet for the titii might claim and It was thus tM both undertook once nitro that old nn bootless human experiment of scct to csjp from ones owe self sil n1 now and dutifully obedient enou i was this erstwhile UtiilUh beauty Mary Connyngo yet oflei and often Law caught tho question uf her ga7o And ofton enough too he found own questioning running luck up tin water trails and down the la fir im across the wide ocean In n demtim which fiercer and fiercer ns it grew ho yet remained too bittor and toe proud to put to tbo proof by any moans now within his power Strange enough savage cnousb hopclM enough was this wild humoDf hU ID the wilderness of time MaMaiciia The snake of the new settlemeni rose stondlly day by day but It gave signal for no watching otsnniy Al about stretched tho pale grcon ocean of too fcrassoj dotted by many wile rowers umldlng and bowing like bits of fragile flotsam on the surface of a continually rolling sea The little trnvos of timber skittered hero nnd there sheltered from the summer sue the told cattle of the puma rht shorter grasses hid the coveys of the prairie h mand on tho nmihsrowo bayou banks the wild duet led hot brood A great laud a rich a fruitful one was this that lay about those ad venturers ITa ll Coptlnue11- 1WEB3TER AND J HKY LIND Stirring Inrlilrnt ut n Ionrprl h Vlilrli Sliiurr nand HlnlFainiti- iItnypil rniHitiiriil furl It stems an odd combination of talents Webster and Jenny Llnd King lag together at a public concert Tlw story IB n good ono and Is to be found In a rectal hook Washington the Capital City It chanced that on tho day of Jenny Unas appearance several members of the cabinet and satiate wm guests at dinner of the Hiaaian minister aid tho Otfitt was halt over whet TVeb alter and the other motnlMrs of the party entered time hall When tile ap plQune with which they were received had subsided the second part of thr concert was openexf by the gifted Swede with trail Columbia Deeply rnotod ly the patriotic air Webster at the close of the first verse rove and added hIs rich PC nororu vole to the chorus Ills wit who sat behind him pulled at his curt tall to make him stop singing but ft the close of each rnrsc the voluntert bnaso Joined In und none muM trtl whether Lind Webster or the and race were most doJIghted As tbo last noire of tho song tiM away Webster lull In hand made n profound bow to the singer Jenny hind blushing at the honor courtealc while the audience applauded to tin echo Webster ntrt to be outdone IP politeness bowed again again LIuS courtesied the house applauded ant Ihlll was repeated nine times A Stnir Hunt I shall never forget an csperlcncu had last winter maid n visitor from northern Michigan It was during the deer season wheu t went out alone one day to are what I could ret Well hunted all day long without even seeing n ilcor Final r I sat down on a lot to rest and to meditate on my bad luck when till of n sudden looked up and snw a Llg Luck making a dead Ifnc for mo He threw up his shag as soon as hf scented me and I had buck fever fel an Instant There wo wereboth mo tionlcas each staring st the other and both frightened stiff The next Instant though I collected inyrelf and fcrowsM him down with a shot It seemed a queer thing to me that after Id hunted all day long without success that thnt big deer should cane walking right Into the noMlo of my gun nUt otp pose thats the way with the world Detroit IVco Press iliimrlliliiR on AVIilrti to Count Why dont you get an automobile a man of wealth and leisure was nckvil I should never feel safe In one h replied anti added list he could not even feel as safe aa If he v pro drlvln a team of horses Why not Ive knows of honei taking fright at an automobile ant run ning nway but I never hoard of ar automobile getting scared rt a team a horace Maybe not lint suptose n mat who Is driving un automoblo gets rat tied Hes a goner Ho hasnt any tense and the machine bait any In an emergency there is nothing like haying a little sonic and htrlns it the head of tho proeeudunYeullmtC- Gtnt tLlon KnHiiir the Kultir What Is the babys name nskte tho graciously condeeccndlns yuuoi woman Ills namo Is Flyln Machini Jackson was tho colored motheri reply Hoy did you come to give him such an extraordinary name Well you see that chile takes aftw his fattier nn wanted to give hip a name dat were swlno to be approprl moll1lonspin dst positively wcr WQiblc ton Star DR V H HOBSON Dentist Ie ItvtoroJ- Tho Bost Family Salvo DoWiU Witch hazel gives instant J relief from Burns cures Cuts Bruises abraIlIionshazel Salvo it is only noco airr to eco that TOU got tho genuine DoWitta and n cure is certain Thorn nro many cheap counterfeits on the market nil of which Bro worthless and quito a few nro dangerous whilo DoWilts Witch Hazel Salvo is perfectly hnrm loss and cures Sold by East End Drug Co I A UT PR nPtntOTDraIUIrM koareb a nponOD P1elbI1I1- 1SWI FT CO LnU97mO- IlP us Psttst Del ta u npton R n A Croat Sonsatlon Thorn was n big sensation in Lees villo Ind when WII Drown of that place who was expected to die his lifo saved by Dr Kings Now LadI cover for Consumption Ho III endured insufferable agonies from Asthma but your Now Discovery gavo mo immediate relief anti soon thereafter effected n complete euro Similar cures of Consumption Pneu monia Dronuhilia and Grip nro num erous Its tho pcorlus1 remedy lor- nil throat and lung trouble lrico rOc and SI 00 Guainntoed by El- End Drug Co Druggists Trial bot ties frco n B Good Investment for Alt I will ttnt bj m mJItft41 iuuetlneefttlarnl ultla Cli TELEGRAPH OPEKATLNG A fuctnallnf study thsl will eoaIOIlIo tra good w Bo turinrTflfcr Catalog which his qIM aIIr or Hprrlkltlm or tor the ukwill tend ft T HERMAN C TAFEL tVCHTTMim ICCTHIOl 1a hue ST ronttttt louiKiLU KK Dont Tako Any Chancos On having bloodpoisoning or ugly scars from n Burn Cut or Bruise but use Paracamph freely It relieves instantly and it heals quickly thereby saving you timo worry and money Faracamph heals without drying and scabbing Every mothershould keep a bottle in her home every day in the year REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for homespun and home woren goods auch as bed corerlids linen draw lins y jeans blankets etc at follow lug prices Corerlids S 4 to 16 Linen 40 to CO cents a yard Dress Linsey CO cents a yards Jean 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes 3 a pair White linsey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Corerlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide end 2I yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell coyer lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For information apply In person or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Kj j Rheumatism Is Duo To n good many causes It mny pare come ns n result of your work It may have como from exposuroon tho battlo field but no matter what tho cause it can bo instantly relieved by tho free urn of Paracamph This wonderlul- romedyopens the tams cf tho skit induces sweating ntitnulntes the circulation thereby removing time congestion and drawing out nil rover soreness anti inllatuation Try n bottlo to day nud bo convinccdr Is your harnessS In good repair Spring plowing will noon ba hero Got ready for it bofoiclmctl by put ting your harness in good elmpo front our splendid lino of CollartCollar lads Hack Bands Bridles Hnnm Chain Trace Chains lluinw teIIf you need n Notv Sot of vo have tbolhsst Our prices are n tromoly low when you consider Uu quality J MOEERLY IIT IlKatsNnt gr Good for Children Time pleasant to take and harmlesseOno Miruto Cough Cure gins im medinlo relief in all cases of CouhICroup anti LnOrippo because not pass immediately into time stomach but takes tiled right nt tho seat oritho trouble It draws out the inflam mation heals anti soothes and curt permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lira giving nail life sustaining oxygen to the blood and lisNiicu One Mintito Cough Cure ii pleasant to nko and it in good alike for young and old Sold by East End Drug CoiMONUMENTSJ4 Urns lid stone BUtuirf Gush and MirbUr Work of Nil kinds Clone in norkmnnliliH mnnnor nt rya aIsonnblo prices and wltbtdixpntch 11wOlk guaranteed tbjr t GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Ctonvrol MaiD seC Cnlllnt Stint 1uJ J AZBILLS Is the place to got your Blacksmith ing done Wo unto tho tools and tho skill Horseshoeing 50c Wo are headquarters for good work land low prices come Bio HIIL PIKB 1 MILE EAST BEREA Tis the Comfort Line r FREERECLINING CHAIR CARS On the popula- rHENDERSON ROUTEBetween q LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE ST LOUIS f The WEST And SOUTHWESTAs of Free Reclining Chair Car service between Louisville and St Louis dont you think it would pay you in traveling tolOet time Hen t derson Route habittItw- ill us Ask us about itkrtEL J Irwin Ssnl Pass Oso L hLOUISVILLEfJ h I- THE CITIZEN 3 1 11111111111111111 The Home JENNIE LESTER HILL Editor W HWHtH4HHK f TiE GIRAFFE r I AND Tim ELEPHANT 4 lIlle river Nile It win n wnrin inv and they were both rather out of sorts ned Inclined to III discontented ugre with you wild the giraffe hotly Ue were unite to le perfect tights Win In the iiamo of 001 II Ill we were not miidu better looking I cant for the life of mo we Look nt uglyra society Why cant find a plnco In t all Kgypt where I can gel a Boll it to t noltLuvliin It wimhiil Everywhere go nil It the rude nnlmnli yell out Itubberl declare I dont see why I couldnt have mode right and not with n neck n stcpladder or n flagpole tbeets true nald the elephant widlr Just look what a slglit am Its enough to be covered with n Idles like leather nil wrinkled nail ugly without having to have n lull put on my front end as well ns my rent What f I OBE8S WD wmi MOT UAUB 80 PAULT a bore It Is to hue to carry ones trunk around ovem when not at the seashore but In ones own home i I dont MW cried tho eleph- antrawltchlsg his prottoscls nn rlly why they ear mado us such righter Hut just then It was dinner time and both were hungry Mr Giraffe reached gracefully up with bis long neck and took a mouth 5ful o sweet palm Cards Couldnt have dono that without long neck said Mr Elephant tThen he reached down and got fl q rood wrap of rich grass and put It Into his little uiouth Couldnt Lave dono t that without your trunk said the j Slroffc Tnic sold the elephant I 111111I i we werent made no badly after nil Atlanta Constitution Sciatic Rheumatism Curod aciatioIIIAly joints Sven cliff anti gave me much pain and discomfort My joints tilILave been thoroughly cured Hnvu Dothdn pain or ache from the old f TtninljrFor sale by FE Welch Jr Druggist ofH+l llH1 +II1IHlrI1o J The School IJORK WIRT DiHSMORB Editor +HIMHI +H+1HI + H THE AIM OF THE SCHOOL Tho school ought to hnvo for Its r ultimate nim to assist each child to t grow into tho best BjHcimeu of man millibrilliant examinations or its rapid v promotions hut the growth of its pu pile in knowledge strength and 1 right choico mid nir ow iu all that jKirtniiiH to personal socialand civic righteousness E C HEWETT Meaning of Education righlctraining of every child iu the com monwealth but it means a great deal i more than this It means the asser ii lion of tho community against the fInwllflR individual lio commuuityH against individual million ty The state must tax it must win sCatoAn aristocracy in n 1 mcnnn n group of privileged persons If Outside this group the bully behind thin bully nu ignorant population that will elect the bully to ollico will hold 01 him in honor will acquit him of crime WALTER II PAGE 4z Results of Compulsory Attendance f Statistics of juvenile crimo iu reconllltr tho number of offenses committed by plateaus between tho ages of 8 and 14 1t Idecrellfll moro than 50 per cent f after tho passage of tho compulsory education act k HHHIHHIHWHHHHlf The Farm I SILAS CHEEVER MASON Editor HIII+IHIHIIIIIIH +II AX HANDLES dear nr Sup Wniiil Cnrrnl o HlrnlKlit IlmiKlnic the Ax When buying nn nx hnmllo niwn select 0110 thtit is inrtdc entirely from the sap wood or the heart wood hut never ono that In made partly of each for It will npllt along the hue of union Handle iniulo from sap wood urn inuro elastic and letter for chopping nnd limn will not tiro or get sore quick ly when using one niyA nn Orange Judd Knnnir iorrenponr 4ll I prefer those Hindu from the heart wood for splitting although thoy are not no durable The proper length and curve of time hnndlo depend upon the habit and method of chopping of the user With n long handle n man will Rtrlke n much hurler blow but with n short handle he will xtrlko oftcner M there In practically no difference In the work accuniplltdicd Tim curve too depends upon the molt of till user A curved handle him no advantage over tho one that In per fectly straight Most people prefer ii curvet Iwcaimo they aro aeeiwtomed to KH use An n rule the straight him the U wore durable The nice of the handle dritond upon the inurrtilnr do velopmcnt of the user If It too small It will cramp the fingers and If too large It will lame the panda and wrlM If ono will examine the end of piece of wood ho 111IC that It Is made of layers each layer represent lag tho growth of ono year Wood puts much ntoro cattily along these lines than across them hence when AX HANDLES AND AXIS Meeting nn nx handle always chaos ono In which the layers nrw pnrnllel with tho line of force an shown In Fig If they flit at right anglos as In Fig 2 a few days use will cause the handle to pplll slung time dotted lines shown The dlfTorenrw In quality In this rexjKct In fo marked that many dealers sort their handles and make the price of ono iilmut double that orIthe other In hanging nn nx conldornblo at tentlon tdioiiM be paid to the kind of work wblch la to be done For miml wood hang nn nx lntlng In an tthown In Fig 3 For very large trees hang It nquanly across or at right angles to the handle unit for 11Itt1111IIICCIAIr ly block wood hang It out according twFig I Thin gives ono n clmiuxi rike n henry blow squarely micros- block using tlio whole bit of thc nx and without making n tireoomo wild of time hack with every blow relative position of the blade may Iw changed by Inserting n small wedge In tim eye of the ax t1 HUT above or talon the handle as oc cotton may rc iuln Hoar All All persons who have Catarrh Ash It mn Bronchial or Throat Troubles should use Iaracamph It relieve instantly nnd contains no opium or n lIIorphlnoc 11DIlYEngagement and Weddin Rings Prom time largest and best cock goldIjnndiij piiutill ill uiJlvtl lilCall nnd see our liuo of goalscA J ThompsontlOpposite Burdeltoa Mill Berea Ky Schools A RIOT IN CHICAGO Union Strikers Attacked Non Union Men on Their Way to Work ONE KILLED SEVERAL WOUNDED rIn tho Evening time doting Was yaRenewed time Mob Numbering holly 1000 Men I They Pelted the Strike Breakers With Stone Sticks and Dottles De ilfore Being Driven Off By the Police Chicago April 0 Although It was announced Monday night that tho ctrlko nt tho American Cnn Cos plant In tills city had been Bottlod tlio riot Ing around tho plnco was flatcar Titos day than ovor and ono man John Niciols lost his life Tho fighting began early in the morn ing whop 300 Greeks who have boon employed during tho striko attempted to como to tho factory They wore mot at the galas by union pickets who attacked them with stones and clubs A largo Ictachroont tried to main- o thin ardor but only with moderato sue cess A shot oral from UIO crowd rennet tho Greeks to fury Tho Greeks who had entered the factory cnmo pouring out armed with knives and revolvers and attempted to attack tho union mon mind their sympathizers who were assaulting Utolr countrymen nt tho gateway Tim pollco after a deaporato struggle managed to keep tho two hodloa of men apart and drove tho Orcoks Into tho factory anti dIe parent tho crowd on tho outside In this tight a number of men were bat tored up time most seriously hurt being William Hohrbach who was struck on the head by a atone and Antonio Botiknnbos whoso wrist was slashed by a knife At night when tho 300 Greeks left the place they woro attacked by a mob fully 1000 strong that pelted them with stones sticks and bottles Tim police however escorted thorn to tho train without anybody having boon seriously Jnjurod although quite a number of men on both sides woro the Orooka had reached theirStrain It Is said somebody on tho fired a shot tho bullet killing Nichols Inntantly Tho pollco have made arrangements to have n larger number of men on tho ground Wednesday and expect to avoid limo trouble of Tuesday ECHO OF THE RIOT Damage Suits For Sums Aggregating 95000 Filed at Clinton Tenn Knoxvllle Tcnn April 0 Damogo unite for sums aggregating fOGOOO wore filed nt Clinton Tonn Tuesday by tho widows of the men killed in Ufo riot nt Coal Crook Tonn on Sunday February 7 and also by two men shot at Urn same time Tho suits are brought against tho Coal Crook Coal Co President 13 0 Camp personally nd Jud Itoodor guard and detective ho It Is charged began tho shooting Sharpaand A n Watts a merchant who was shot asks 10000 damages and Moro C6x suns for tho wuno sum The 1salts are a sequel to tim bloodshed when the guard of the Coal Crook Coal Co fired on union minors THE IOWA MINERS They Have Called For a Second Con ference With the Operators Des Moines la April 0John P White president of the Mlno Workers nd Clans If Morris president of e Iowa Operators association have a second conference for next Tho conference was naked by tho miners and It Is taken to nandgWhen President While of tho Mlno ofofa conference the letter replied that there was no uso of conference unless tho miners would ome to tho terms of tho operators he tact that tho mlno workers agreed n conference under thcso torms In dlcatcs a victory for tho operators The University of Chicago I of Law Medicine Theology Education Each school run n special Circular of Information which will bo sent on request Tho Courses in Medicine are given in connection with the work of RUSH MEDICAL College THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO SUMMER QUARTER Chicago Illinois June September i Quarterly Report of The Berea Banking Company AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE 31st DAY OF MARCH 1904 Loans amt discounts wGi 01301 2 Overdrafts secured 8 Overdrafts unsecured 4 Duo from National Bonks S Ifi C93 53- C Duo from Slate Banks and Bunkers 0 Duo from Trust Com panics g r Yr it 7 Banking House and Lot 8 Ol her Heal Estate j 0 Mortgages I f 10 US Bonds 11 Other Stocks not Bonds 12 Specie 1 WI8 00 13 Curruncy IfiSO 00 00HIii Othor Hums carried ns Cash 10 Furniture and Fixtures 2 Oil f2 17 Fund to pay Taxes IS Current I3xpeimcs Last Quarter r29030S127 8173 89 S222 83J 1M f7 Slackholder Liability 2i 000 00 Give description location value null how longowllctlnllnnlOiltnte ex Copt hnnking house and lot if nay owned longer tlmti lire years r Total8t1s y if 190 CJ TATE OF KENTUCKY County of Madisonsa us B C io 3 Go ii 5 10 x Ic 25 25 1 Capital in cash25 000 00 2 Surplus 1 00 Deposits on interest is on is Demandcortifcatesofde posits on which posits on 0 Banks Bankers 7 Companies 8 Cashiers Checks 00 9 rediscounted Unpaid unpaid Capital not Stockholders Liability 00 l LUMUNTAI Y Illgl cst Indebtedness of stockholder nl or linn Ilftb or Indirectly If inch IndebtodneM cxeee la 2il Kentucky Slat Indchtednem or If of 4 How Is tame Does nf Indebtedness of No II to of such than 10 rent final Mid 113 190 09 Dereinof the the close business on tho March to tho his knowledge andthattho March as tho on report shall be PORTEIIOashiertltoK Public J BortDETTE Director J W DINSMORE Director 00+o i ed 0100 +o +00+o +o +o +0101010 + +o+o +0000010 +o +000 + o+o +o +o +000 + oei+ + + 4 4e 4 e + + + + ++++ b 1n01t0 MOTTO ISUNDER BUY AND UNDER SELL o j t2tup other houses say so for if you our in lepnrtmeut you 0 prnclicnlly tho old ones ns wo bought before tho unsettled the market We sell Indian nt r 7J HJ 10121618 20 25c per See Melange at lfioIt i ier do not fail to purchase n tilt of goods Wo to ask you inspect our + Y 0 Goods before purchasing lot us before you White d o White Victoria Persian Nniusooku Dimities beautiful of White Madras tgoods nro money but owing a before the advance we o I oi+ o IN OUR Departmentp ever onceHactual Ot ly surprise you when you find good values at low prices Mens Suits from 3T up to SP250 Boys from USe up to o Whmi you purchase n let in n John Stetson for only 53 75 oShoes andaNotion Hardware 7 Files 3 fi 80 0Tacks IB box spoons fHairYCurling irons l it DC cans Go biMachinooil 5odozo y Shaving brushes it 100 IScIRubber to GOo rlOJ Go o 5x6 bracket lOc 12 Shelf bracket 25c 9 Fish hooks doz 0 Lb spring balances 7c ISco 2H 31 39it Stock paid in Fund 000 3Jsubject to check which 1CDepositswhich interest paid inter pailTime catoR of do which inter 896000Savings paidCertified 1CIiDuo State and Duo Trust 23 Bills 10 dhideudstJ11 Taxes 12 Stock paId 25 000 SUl amount nf any person mm lnlII lng In the thollAbllllrthereof paidInNoneYItem nePtired 1 lllyistnmonnt any director officer amount percentKonogeececiimlT t amount IinoItlfllltheIndividual capitalandlate irnount indeb twlnetti 9X1000Tbeforenuns per of net periodaimedthe Mirplus before divi YesSTotal said Batik at of 81st day of IIHM best of nail belief MIst dny of IXH day which such made T FISH Notary od 01010 ododc + 4o 1OUR 0 0o will get prices this will find them same long state of will jt Linen Iud yard our nice Voile yard suit this want to nnd India Linen and Lawn and nnd lino Tho above worth more to 0 such such Suits 375 Suit put lInt toys Shelf at y tScrubMouse traps So o 01 o 01 tPinsTape Ic 11Icmommlutl1 tLNlger200 tinges 7Gc Dolls lG it IOCooPnperotteJW Sheets paper Go 0GO envelopes Co S to 2ro o oTrunks0t R G Corsets If your gowns proved disappointing or woro ta 1Ifdid itoccur to you that tho fault might bo not so much in tho gown as in tho cometoRQ Corsets makoa foundation over whichogarments are mado with style and fit of are oNohip produces most successfully the slender long 0- Fefeet which the now style costumes dewanc 0 Come and see our Mattings Carpets and Oilcloth 1 t l EP V ELDER Richmond Ky n t4 ++ + + +OIOIOIOIO +OIOIOIOJOIOlOiOIOIOIOIOIOIOlOhOIOIOIOJOIOIOlOhOI 0 0 000 o ot = rw a v 41 41tiwr yc wriald aq t ww n ayaocrz 1iii The Home Jeanie LESTER HILL Editor ITIDE GIRAFFE I AND Tim ELEPHANT One tiny tin Klrnffe and the clc plintit niit on n jilnln by tlir aide of tc river Nllo It wns n wttriii tiny raid they were both nilljcr out of sorts Incllmti to bf illHcontiiilid I unrr with yon snld the RlnilTe hotly We WIN toads to hI perfect lights Why In the name of comlm aa we wore not nntdo better looking cnnt for the life of mo one Look nt uglyrlsociety Why I cnnt find n place all Kcypt where I ems gel n collur to fit tuo nnd even If I could I could not got money enonnh together to pay ror bavin It wnubwl Everywhere I go oil the rude animal yell out Itublierl I declare I dont see why I couldnt hare been rondo right and not with n neck like a stepladder or a flagpole True tnie paid the elejihant undly And Just look what a sight am Its bid enough to lit covered with n tilde like leather nil wrinkled nod ugly Without having to have n tall put on my front end as well at my rear What er OCEM WB WERE NOT VADB SO BADLY bore It U to have to carry ones trunt around eraa when not at the seashore but In ones own borne- Ii dot r cried the elephant wltchlig his protracts onyrlly why they ever msdo us such frights Dut Just then It was dinner time and both were hungry upJI ful of sweet palm fards Couldnt have done that without year long neck old Mr Elephant Then be reached down and got o good wisp of rich grass and put It Into Ii lit little uioutb Couldnt bare dono I that without your trunk Raid the l giraffe UtIIlIt1 Sciatic Rheumatism Curod- I have Iron subject to sciatic rheumatism for snrs nays E H Waldron of Wilton Junction Iowa My joints wore Miff anti avo me much pain and discomfort My Jolnlll upIhave been thoroughly cured have nothad a pain or ache from tho old trouble for many months It Is cog tainly n most wonderful liniment For sale by PE Welch Jr Druggist tiIIMtttIIIHIJhl11 h1l 14 The School JOHN WIRT DIHIHORK Edit- orI11t1I I I THE AIM OF THE SCHOOL Tin school ought to have for its y ultimata aim to assist each child to grow into tho last f ociincu of mnn t or woman that native endowment nnd necessary circumstances will allow Tho supremo test of its vnluo is not high percent of its scholarship phi brilliant examinations or its rapid promotions lint tho growth of its pu pits in knowledge strength and right choice anti puqxwo in all that IKjrtniiw to personal social nnd civic righteousness B C HEWETT MMnlng d EdueatUn I Education stoats the freo right training of every child in tho com monweulth but it means n great deal moro that this It menus tho asser lion of tho community against the lawless individunl tho communityfl authority against individual nuthori ty The state must tnx it must edu cute 5 II An aristocracy in n democracy menus a group of privileged persons Outside this group the bully behind tho bully nn ignorant population that will elect tho bully to office will hold blmin honor will acquit him ol crinieWALTER H PAOK Results ef Compulsory AtUndinoe Statistics of juvenile crime in Now York furnished by tho records of tho department show that bykIdecrensctl more than 50 jwr cent ISaltertho passage of tho compulsory act 11111+11 +111111 ++111111 HI JSILAS AX HANDLES Heart or asp Wood Carrrd or SlrnlKhl UntiKlnK the Ax When buying nn nx handle always select ono that Is made entirely from the sap wool or the heart wood but never one that Is motto portly of cnch for It will split along tho line of union Handles made from Kip wool lira moro elastic sal better for clapping and a qUickIIJudd Knrmer correspondent I prefer those madu from tho heartwood for splitting nllliotiKli they nro not so durable limo proper length nhd curve of tho Imndlo depend upon tho habit nnd method of chopping of tile user With n long handle n man will strike n much harder blow but n short handle ho will strike withIthere Is practically no the work nccoinpllKhcd Tim curve too depends upon the hlU1noore to Its use As n rule the straight han die more durable The site of the handle depends upon the mnreular di velopment of tlm user If It IK too small It will cramp time fingers and It too large It will lame tho hands and wrists It one will examine time end of n piece of wood he Mil see that It Is made of layers each layer represent Jag tho growth of one year Wool splits much moro easily along these llnts thnn across them hence when AX IIA DLTA AND Axle selecting nn nx handle always choose olio In which tho layers am parallel with the line of force us shown In Fig 1 If they are at right angles ns In Pig 2 a few days use will cative the handle to split along time dotted lines shown The difference In quality In this rcsixxt Is so marked that many dealers sort their liandlc and make tho price of out about double that of tho other In lianglng nil nx considerable at tention nhould ho paid to the kind of work which Is to be done For small wood hang nn nx minting III nil shown In Fig 3 Ior very largo trees huns It squarely across or nt right angles to tho handle and for ppllttlngtwpcclnl ly block wood hang It out according to 1Ia Thin gives one n chance to strike n heavy blow squarely across tho block tislng tho whole lilt of limo nx and without making it tlrtomo bend of the hack with every blow Time relative position of tho blade nml handle may Iw changed by Inserting n small wedge In the eye of thin nx ei timer abovc or below time handle as oc- casIon nay require Hoar All All persons who hnre Catarrh Asth ma Bronchial or Throat Troubles should URO Iaracamph U roliovoa instantly and contains no opium or morphino Y Buy your Engagement and Wedding Rings From the largest and boat Flock of guarautofd gold tJed nnd solid gold rightCtIIA J Thompson Opposite Burdottoa Mill Boren Ky of A RIOT IN Union Strikers Attacked Non Union Men on Their Way to Work ONE KILLED SEVERAL WOUNDED In tho Evening limn Rioting Was Renewed tho Mob Numbering Fully 1000 Men They Pelted the Strike Breakers With Stones Sticks and Bottles Be fore Being Driven Off By the Police Chicago April Although It was announced Monday night that tho strlko nt time American Can Cos plant In this city had been settled tho riot- Ing around tho place was fiercer Tues day than ovor and ono man John Nichols lost his life Tho fighting began early in the morn ing when 300 Crooks who have boon employed during tho strllco attempted to come to tho factory They wcro mot at the gates by union pickets who attacked them with stones and clubs A largo detachment tried to main lain order but only with moderate sue cols A shot fired from tho crowd aroused tho Greeks to fury Tho Greeks who had entered the factory came pouring out armed with knives and revolvers and attempted to attack taw union men and their sympathizers who wero assaulting their countrymen nt tho gateway Tho police after a dcsporato struggle managed to keep the two bodies of men apart and drove the Greeks into the factory and dill persed the crowd on tho outside In batIa sOllkn boB whoso wrist was slashed by a knife At night when tho 300 Crooks left tho place thoy wero attacked by a mob fully 1000 strong that pcltod them with stones sticks and bottles Tho police however escorted thorn to tho train without anybody having boon seriously Injured although quite a number of men on both sides woro tho Greeks had reached their train It Is said somebody on tho cars fired ashot tho bullet killing Nichols InstantlyThe have rondo arrangements to havo n larger number of men on tho ground Wednesday and expect to avoid the trouble ot Tuesday ECHO OF THE RIOT Damage Suits For Sums Aggregating 95000 Filed at Clinton Tenn Knoxvlllo Tenn April 0 Damngo suits for sums aggregating 05000 were filed at Clinton Tonn Tuesday by widows of the mon killed in tho riot at Coal Crook Tonn on Sunday February 7 and also by two men shot at tho samo time Tho suits are brought against tho Coal Crook Coal Co President C Camp personally and Jud Kccdcr guard and detective who It Is charged began UIQ shooting Widows of James flack Jacob Sharp and W W Taylor sue for 25000 each and A n Watts a merchant who was shot asks 10000 damages and Moro Cox sues for tho samo sum Tho suits aro a sequel to tho bloodshed when tho guard of tho Coal Crook Coal Co fired onunion miners THE IOWA MINERS They Have Called For a Second Conference With the Operators Des Moines la April OVohn P White president of tho Mine Workers and Charles H Morris president of tho Iowa Operators association havo called a second conference for next Monday The conference was asked for by tho miners and It is taken to moan that tho strikers will givo in and tho strike will bo settled Monday When President White of tho Mine Workers asked President Morris of tho operators for a conference the latter replied that thero was no use of a conference unless tho miners would como to tho terms of tie operators Tho fact that the mlno workers agreed to n conference under thceo terms ins dicates a victory for tho operators I The University of Chicago I Schools CHICAGO LawMedicine Theology Education Each school has a special Circular of Information which will o sent un request The Courses in Medicine are given In connection with tho work of RUSH MEDICAL CollageTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO SUMMER QUARTER Chicago Illinois June il September i a Quarterly Report of The Berea Banking Company AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE 3Jst DAY OF MARCH 1904 Loans and discounts G5 913 01 2 Overdrafts secured 8 Overdrafts unsecured 4 Duofrom National Banks 16 593 03 5 DuoCromSlatoDanksludI Bankers 6 Duo from Trust Corn panicsOf g 7 Banking HOIIBO nnd LotOf8 Other Heal Rotate 0 MbHgngos 10 US Bonds 11 Other Stocks nnd Bonds 12 Spicio fiM8 00 18 Currency 1510 00 2t10108 M Fxohatigo for Clearings 15 Other Items carried as Cash 15 Furniture amid Fixtures 2 ill 52 17 Fund to pay Taxes IN Current Expenses Lout Quarter 290 30- S127 55 173 89 S222 83 1 114 57 Stockholders Liability 25 000 00 010 description location vnluo nnd howJollltownOlInllrlnlOlltnto cept banking house and lot ifnny ownwl longer than five fear Total SU3 lUG CO STATE OF County of Madisonf a a 0 a o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 0 a 0 a a t wo 0 good Mens S3 So o 4u f v 1 oil Go hooks egg lOYfc 6 o 12 hooks 1 Capital Stock paid in in 000 3 Undivided Profits 1 187 63 4 Due Depositors as viz subject to check on which interest not 070 16 Deposits subject to check on which interest certificates posits which deposits oti est 3 960 00 Savings deposits on 1 0Gl 036 Duo National Banks 1 Due 7 8 Cashiers Checks Bijls 10 Unpaid to 11 Taxes due 12 Capital Stock Liability 25 Hlgliwt mount nf IndcbtiilncM of any rom or linn Including tho liab or firm thool the liullvlJual thereof or It inch Inclcbteilnofs exceeds 2u the hank f How In Indebtedness stated In slave Hem l 8eo Kcntuckr Blat I t mount of of any or if Indchtcdncm 10 j cr rant of np Mock of bank None See Section Kentucky Stat now In loe amonnt of Indebtedness of crtoii or firm clnd In the liability tho or firm the of the Individual ex ro per of INlIoIUIHypltal and actual It to tate of such lunch 0 7 all cxpcn interest and taxes therefrom be declaring and notlcMi than 10 per cent of net the batik the period covered by the tho fund before deudwaadeclaral YesS-ee SwtlonRjO G9 W II Potter Cashier of limo Bcren Banking Co located and doing business in tho Town of Berea in said county being duly sworn Bays that tho foregoing report in all respects statement of the condition of thin said at the of business on tho 31st day 11K the best of and belief and further says tbnt time business of said bank has transacted nt time location med and not elshere and designatinglimaSubncribed and sworn to below me by W H Porter W H PORTEB Cashier the 31n of March 1901 P CORNELIUS Director E T FISH Notary Public J BonnETTE Director- J W TORE Director 10do Fo + i od Fod + bo +o +o + + +o3 o +o + + + +o + + +o + + orboELDERS BARGAIN I STORE I j 0 i OUR MOTTO IS UNDER BUY AND UNDER SELL 1 You ran rest assured your dollar invested better and more obtainable elsewhere Our customers not take it for granted that in Cotton Goods has o o because other houses say for if you will get our prices in this department will o the old ones ns wo long before the unsettled of the market will + sell Indian Linen at 5 7 810121618 20 and 25o pr yard our nice Voile Melange at ICo per do not fail to purchase suit off of this goods Wo to ask you to inspect our of White Goods before purchasing and lot us place you our retty Sheer White India Linen Victoria and Persian Lnwii Nainsooks nUll Dimities and beautiful lino of White Madras goods nro worth more money but owing to largo purchase before the advance we 9 enabled to sell at money saving prices to purchaser We will sell you Ginghams at 5 fJ 7J 8J and toe yard Draperies 8310 and 12 up to 85o per yard OURoo Department have ri larger stock to select from ever The neat drcnsor will gratify his wants when once eTo upon our mammoth of Cloth London fashions and the prices will actual 1ysurprise you when you find such values + at such Jow prices Suits from 3T0 up 76oo B Stetson lint for only 75 o Shoes andoFNotionFiles 3 ct Tacks le box 1 6 spoons t 6 Table spoons Go w 85oa f Machine oil cans Co + Machine Picture ficdoz o Dover boater 90 100o ICo 6oohOe o Padlock 16o 1rx Shelf bracket lOa x Shelf bracket 25c V Fish lo doz i 25 Lb spring balances 7o 16aoat 25 2U 31 39 r cash25 00 2 Fund 1 000 00 follows Deposits is paid57is paidDemand de on inter paidTimo of which inter is paid paidCertified G State Banks and BankersNoustauding23 00 9 rediscounted dividends and unpaid not paid Stockholders 00000- SUlPLKBIKNTAHY In iiltynltheeompnny mcmbura Indlrvctly timlljrialilIn None I ecnrc lliihe n Indcbkdncw ofllccr ainountof- nidi cxrords paid capital mmu UTiiredT any romiMiiy line Ill of company liability memlien thereof Ct1 cent Mirpturf No amount tedncsf Amount ofOO00 Were eii loam detluetrl fore dividend wax protllKOf for dividend cnirlcd to raid dlvi Kentu- ckyatatTotal113 196 bank is true Bank close to his knowledge been tiny DINS if here buys value than is must everything gone you find them fpractically some bought state We See want stock aWhite before are 10 them per every Clothing than his resin stock Hardware Tea director ToI 0Mouse+ 0 Notions 0 Pins lo Needles lo fle 1lIemOrRl1dllU1Day books 10 up 0 Ledger Journals heavy bound loather tipped 0 200raJtes 75o 0 lOa + 6 Lead pencils Go 0 Decorated crepe paper 15o o Paperetto boxes 10 15o t30 Sheets paper Go o foenveloppesfibWindow B to 255 o tTrunks0 R G Corsets 0 If your gowns proved disappointing or were i a little less right stylodid much in the ns in tho corsetioR G Corsets makoa foundation over whichogarments aro made with style and fit Discerning women of fashion say that they are a necessary aid to good form and correct dress o deephip u ollect which the new style costumes demand 0 it Come and see our Mattings Carpets and Oilcloth 0 01 0 V ELDER Richmond Kyo tEP+ + + + + + + o +o Fod o4 o +od o +o +o Fod o4 o+o4 od o +o +o +o4 o +to o o o o o o o o o o 0 0 The Citizen All INDEPENDENT FAMILY NKWSPATO Pnbllihtd nUT Thursday at B ita Kf JAMES M RACER Editor and rubUsh- ersvnscnrrrON UATKS ADrascnOnettli months 60 Three monlbi 25 XXjfrtUTh Vat your name late tubicrlptlon li paid It It li not canted within throe weeks alter tending ui Money notify ui Bulxcrlliera vrlihln TUX Cmiix topped putt notify ui at the expiration of their iiib Krlptlon paying all sneers otherwise we shelf tonitder that they with It continued Jfotlfr ua at ones ofiany chance In your ad Iroi giving both old and new addrcuti Missing Number due to coming Iff In the malls or otherwise wilt gladly be supplied If we are Aotlfled Agents Wanted In every locality Write lor um sending us tout new yearly inbicrlptloniwtll receive Tin CITIZIN true me year lorI BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass iPopular prices Tailoring shop in connection PropJecond KyCourt UOUIII FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS in Bulk or in Cans CELERY CRANBERRIESIETC Always on hand at TMJtrnoNi JOES No U IJoes Corner Richmond Ky DR M E JONES Dentist tz OfficeOver Printing office BEREA KY Office Day Wednesday to end of the week A A J THOMPSON GENERAL MERCHANDISE Fruits and vegetables n specialty OrrOSITE BUnDETTEs MILL Berea Ky SrEEDWELLITnc OLD Butcher Shop MEATS Tender and Juicy The Famous Jelli o COAL at wholesale or retail BOARDING by the week day or meal R D MASSIE Prop Main Street Berea Ky PlIONE No 72- GROCERIES a CANDIES FRUITS VEGETABLES and STATIONERY Lunch counter Agent for Langdon Broad Your patronage is solicted T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Ky i TIIOXE No 73 Miller House Newly fitted up Meals and Board and Lodging at popular prices Next door to Joes R G Engle Prop Main St Richmond Ky Willianis IB better prepared than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean Lug and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Ifilo Street Berea Ky The Citizen 1 a year 6 mole bOo The Source of Poor Citizenship By EDWARD P BAILEY President of the Young Mens Christian Association UR average city boy ol today is born into an en vironment calculated to stillc any natural impulse to obtain by his own effort the essentials and COin forts of life These arc provided by menus out side of himself and he accepts them much as he accepts the sunshine and the rain and grows t 0of manhood expecting them astiraitcrs of course mud acquiring the habit of gambling and blam ing someone if the supply is interfered Vith So is developed the citizen immctsed in business and social life intent in the pursuit of personal welfare and happiness who gives little or no thought to civic affairs content to leave the machin cry of government to any sort of representative so long as his moncy gctting or social prestige and pursuit of individual happiness is not dis turbed Thus the path is cleared and an inducement offered fbr the birth and growth of the professional politician the ward boss and the grafter These arc shrewd enough to rccognirc the strength there is in unity and theIadvantage of and profit by average to evasions of law and violations cf trust on the part of public servants When asked to give of his time and thought to the promotion of the public welfare it is considered quite sufficient by the average citizen to excuse himself on the plea of absorbing business family or social affairs It seems never to occur to lint that he is an inseparable part o the public that it is of paramount importance to him his family and his business and social interests that the city government in all its details should be honestly and efficiently administered that Iris life is endangered by insufficient police and fire protection that the character of his boysyes his girlsis menaced by public disregard of law and order that his own health and that of his family is imperiled by Filthy streets and alleys defective drainage impure water and the unsanitary disposi lion of garbage that his business interests and social standing arc at stake in the reputation of his city somcjthing prinjcipletion to get another In the same way the careless sclfnbsorbcd citizen one day will find himself repudiated by the government he has helped to form find himself robbed of his rights shorn of his power and his peace and prosperity jeopardized by the professional politician who has been created by his indifference and supported by his vote The Unity of Mans Life By PROF FREDERIC TRACY I of ths University of Toronto 9 E have learned that the intellectual and the moral and the ligious are strands in the single cable of the inner life ret and religious education arc not concerned exclusively with will or with the affections or with all of these in the closest relation There arc two vicious extremes one whichmarred much of the religious teaching of the past and is not yet ex tinct while the other interests threaten to mar a great deal of the religious teaching of the future The first error is that of regarding the religious life as aI sort of separate compartment having no necessary connec tion with the other parts of a mans fife By way of recoil from that extreme we arc now hearing on all sides the voice of the religious teacher emphasizing the doctrine that godliness is profitable for the life that now is for there Ire some who do notI hesitate to lay emphasis upon the fact that other things being equal the Christian is the successful man in his business or professional enter prisesNow that is in its best form a healthy reaction but obviously it may unless carefully safeguarded become a still more vicious onesided and demoralizing view than that to which it is opposed Jt may pander to the basest materialism and the most paralyzing skepticism of our age The true view emphasizes the unity of mans life The human be ing is capable of dominating instead of being dominated by the ideas feelings and images that crowd and jostle upon the arena of his conscious life The ideal inevitably takes the form of personality Those ethical systems that seek to dispense with personality and build with no other material than an animal organism and a variety of natural forcesI leave unexplained the very thing that most of all presses for explana tion viz the recognition of personal identity continuity and responsibility Property Rights Are Sacred By REV JOHN LANCASTER SPALDING Bishop of Peoria Inequality is a law of nature asserting itself in the ultimate elements of matter as in the mind of man If in the universe all were the same all would be nothing to human thought at least Sameness implies differ ence difference sameness The social organism would not be true to the unending variety of existence if i1I failed to include inequality of possession The individuals right to property is fundamental and so therefore is his right to increase his wealth by honest means Property rights arc sacred hutnot ab solute they do not imply that a man may do what he likes with his possessions He may not do what he likes with himself but only what is becoming and worthyIA decent physical existence for those who labor for employers should be considered a first charge on the business and the wages should be sufficient to make it possible that they found a under conditions compatible with right human life and favorable therefore to mental moral and religious improvement The doesnt constitute the sole relationship between master and workman for in all humanassocia tions rights and duties are involved of which money can never be tllfI equivalent THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson In the International Series far April 1CV DIMPeter Con fosses the Christ Tilt rESSCOJ TEXT Mnrli 1S27 And Jus went out and life rlpti Into the towns of Caciurrn Phlilpjil and liy the way He risked Hl disciple saying un to them Whom do mtn say that I amt IS And they niuwcr d John the Hap list but acme ray Ullui und others Out the prophet 2 Ani lie tallh unto them nut whom say y e that amt And Peter un vttrthand mlih unto Him Thou art the Christ JO And Ho charged them that hey should tell no man of Hun And lit btKtin to unch them that the Son of Man must cutter many things nnd be rejected of the elders and of the chief prints und rcrlbtt and bi killed and after three days rise aealn Anl1llEtrrt Hut when lie had turned about and look d on Ills dliclplas lie Itbuktl1ltcrIn lng Get thee behind me Satan for thou oovoreit not the things thut be of Owl but the things that be of 31 And when He hall cnlll IIItnIpeople unto Him with Ills 11uk unto then Whcpotvtr come after mo let him deny lilmmlf and take up his cross and follow me U Iur whosoever will snve hit life shell lose It but whosoever thull bee his life for my aiike anti the dorper the same shall mv J6 For what shall II prowl a man If shall nul n the whoe world and last heI Only IT Or what shall a man give In for his eulT however therefore shall be ashamed cf ml and of my word In thlIadulterous and sinful generation of him whenfthe holy angils- COIDIJN TLSXT Thou art the Chrttt the Son of the living Ood Matt otTMNB OF tfciinrriMiit 1616IFeeding of Four Thousand Mark Ml Iharhen etc Demanding a Sign Mark Sll 12 Warning Against leavtu of Iharlfte etc lark 113r1 Illlnd Man lleairdIlarkPe-ters kESt CunhdonMark snas Itfwtf also Matt UrlGJS aitd Lake 9 U27 111161tliPI1CILOsethuuay b tu tenaalllreaiid llttJlj Tho halt been Its re suits He bad come to the conclusion that Hr was pntrlrally without tillable following outside the iltcljile circle and that conviction Is the key to oil that fol lows In this memorable ICenlUruejlie knew that nil tho hostile He knew that the commonpoo pie fell kindly toward Him were glad to eat of Ills bread and be healed of their diseases but anything more He did Wlll1lhemjbut question John the tappet So Herod Murk It BIIJsliMalachl Gi had preached that he sbottld return One of tht prophets Matthew adds Jeremiah Hut sledge that no ono 10 much as Mats that anyone believed Jems to be the Messiah It was much to think Him a good man and prophet but not enough nut who say ye that I am With the emphasis on ye Think of tJie Im portance of the answer to Jesus Peter answcreUi We are nOt surprised It was like him Thou are the Christ Christ In Greek Jlcwlnh Hebrew both mean Anointed Tell no man The announcement would have been under stood to refer to the Mctslah of popular expectation and of course would have made trouble The Son of man must suffer Even to the disciples this news was a blow And bekllled That the Anointed Ono had to do His work at such coft to Him self and then be cut off by a violent death In the very midst of It was iilmott unthinkable to them Spake the saying openly He wanted the disciple to be forewarned It would be lest enough ol their faith even If not taken by ktirprltc Rebuked Peter Who was spokct man for 011 Get thee behind me Satan The words Jesus Is said to have used In the wilderness temptation In both cases lie was putting down real tempta tion Satan figurative In both Thou mlndeEt not the things of God Peter was tempting Jesus to avoid death by avoiding duty was thinking of Messiahs work from the human point of view If any man would come after me That Is become my follower Let him deny himself Not for the sake of denying hlmeelf there Is no virtue In self denial per se but for the sake of living for his fellow men and for God Take up his cross There can be no reserve no limit to the principle If the service Involves the giving up of life itself It must be donethat Is If one would Lea follower of Jesus Whosoever would save his life etc Ills life Is himself The person that Is niggardly of himself his energies his service for others or refuses to put them to worthy uses wastes them That lICe Is aa good nolott Shall Jiavo It Not shall escape death but shall make life worth living and what doth It profit a man to gain the whole world If he fall of this When he cometh Taken by some as referring to a spectacular physical return of Jesus to earth for a glorious Mes sianic reign siih as the Jews expected others take it as oriental Imagery de scribing the wonderful coming of the winning Spirit of Jesus Into tho world Rams Horn Blasts The obedience of the heart Is the heart of all obedience Thb standard of cash is not the standard of the kingdom- A mans title to Heaven does not earthyDoingbest way of singing Glory to God It is no use being fervent in spirit you are nut fair In business The man who makes others live In sty Is the worst hog of all The road to Heaven Is lined with the tries of Gods planting THE BIG WHEEL Dec now the wheel of the trafllo kvepn grlndln- Oiodly noisily whlrllnl awn Hound the limbs of the Umpire all alenllh fly winding A chain wI crows longer and strong er each dfcj RiiMMnir and heedlees the crowd onward rushes Ducking at pleasure and matching at ROM And tho great whttl grind on all un checked while It criiflhts The lives that were fair and the hearts that were bold Mangling and maiming them ono by one The whrvliof tlB tratlle grinds cm and out On whirls the wheelIrem the rushing crowd snatching Tile gifted the rlchwl the fairest and licit Tn to tin spikes with a cruel laugh catchingI song amlthin kerof Jew Blrelchlng the dlmpetInmtetnt gladness Into a grlraac groan or a tear Whtrilsiif ibt wag into fhrltkhws of mad the eauMge to shllntttng and 1neu and catching tlxm fit by enTi wheel of tbInrtlcgrtndeoa and on In guts thus grnln wbkh the summer eau ripenedi Uusgory tbeart odln Out MntfOl the Ihtuereta wsrklniraans stipend Which ratei him of manhood of pkasa r M fctallh urhIfIOut sews the Tlltt where tbtr tncwth a readerOf death which lieu lOW la Us babble as MINA Rtrnltng eke laodJrwtU one br oar fht wheel of the tame grinds en and e In tumblts wealth with a xlram and u gilt ur Great nags of IIOkI that are full to the rim Out mows black poverty healbeone and inter rrw 1elr Outint staring hunbr al raked and grim In crtepcih genius wlih nob thought wal log The heights of the mighty the MOean of fame Out rushes made with rurernd wan Idl- eGreat intects shattered and brain an- a aame TirlgKt lalrois blasting one by one TIN wheel of the tniltlr grinds os sad on In gnu a niMhlKg mold spnrkilng with built l fS fair with Innactncft brew smooth with youth Out comes n hag keel to virtue and duty Cursing at Inn0c0nee railing at truth In lIOu n boy true of heart and oltan handed Horn Jo Inherit the treasures of right Out sneak u thief with his name thickly hniDdcd To walk In the shade of dishonor block night Youths bhwiem withering one by one The wheel of the tralllo grinds on and on Ira goes the mother her gtntlc eyes lighted With tote for her little ones rosy and sweet Out comes Uic fiend and the children af righted Ehlvtr nnd shake at the round f her feet In goes the father the sturdy breadwinner Whose worth and affection the long years have proved reratutIhe onceloved Crushing lads Xttln lambs one by one The wheel of the tiilllc grinds on and on In gore tM patriot warm with ambition The lover of country the valiant and strong comm the schemer all black with sedi lOut tion worker of evil the npreader of wrong goes the preacher all pure and nod fearing llenvenH zealous servant with faith In his breast Out comes the Infidel scolllng anti sneer Ins At faith and religion und ull that Is blest saying Ocds holy souls one by one the wheel of tho trnlllc grinds on und 014 On nnd itlll on through the march of the ngu- DottlnlC the land with the sulrWe- sgraver Tracing bnck Maries on historys Pages Clanging the frecmtn to cowards and Ever staves and ever that shameful chain wind Inc Till one day the nation shall turn from III play To had In the whirl that keeps grinding and grinding The glories of Umpire have rotted away Wcaknlng our countrys powers one by one The wheel of the trnlllc grinds on nnd on Mary Magdalen Forrester In National Advocate A Temperance Crusade Plans for the Epworth Leagues tem perance crusado Include a revival of moral tuaslon methods and an effort will be made to definitely pledge as many as possible to total abstinence A Noble Queen- I cannot content as your queen to take revenue from that which destroys the souls slid bodies of my subjects Quocu of Madagascar WHISKY GIVEN AWAY One of the Methods Used by Liquor Houses to Encourage lha Uca of Whisky Some time ftgo this editor rocalvgd 1Icommunication front a curtain rtoalor In Ilquora which ho learned win nisi soul to most of the clergymen of Cln cinnati We reproduce It Sure Pear Sirtoit have no doubt given a good deal of ntlcntlou to tho evil arising from time use of IntoxtnttliiK liquors and Jl It a fact that It smalls from the unwholesome MUGs rail poi sonous Ingredients put Into whisky to make it palatable 1elltlon alter peti lion has been forwarded to elate IcKlb lattices every year to make such laws as will remedy the evil INltlusit have fi4also been sent to congress and It hit puzzled our Icplsliiors At Washington how to proceed Finally In order to partly check thin trouble caused by 1m pure and cheap liquors and to give the consumer a chance to obtain for medi cal purroioa n bottle of pure whisky ron roes passed a law providing for the bottling ofpurv and old wlilnKV under the supervision of piivcniment olllilala nt ft distillery bonded ware house each bottle to be sealed by A Kovorniiicnt itnini stating tho nile ItItthe whlnky It contains and ptaruntcc lag thin purity of Its contents Th i the public In now provided with a aura moons of gutting atMotulrly pure old whisky Wo desire that the ionniin era should be acquainted with thes3 facts Wo Inclose two tickets whlcli explain thenuoIvoM It may ho that In your community there are some who cannot afford to pnrcbase the stlmu Unls required during stcknec In which ease we leave It to your jmln ment to place thorn wHtre thy will do the most mMid The Ittter was accompanied br two coeds which toad fide ticket en titles the holder to one bottle of bond whteky fro of charjio The InMiltliiK effrontery of web a proriodlnji Is beyond aaretartl lIon hut tHlrball the whisky ittwi art too morally obtuse to know how their Kncron prti osltlon would re cowed nut It Illunirato tllO cunning devices and dovlllih H1rks by whkjli they continually try to extend Ute sat of their wares anti to placate an routed public optnlan Aa to their Mithlstlml claim that their bittilwl In bond whisky Is any ter InjurtoM In the long run than that Impure land rhi ip atuffrempoarded of unwbol + some dnns nail oolcunoiu l ujrwll rills eves the reports of Unlleil utala tpcrlllM III vital statistic af Inn that prnrtivmllvln ihrtr ejffiw there Is little illffortnre between Uma highpriced drink of pure and olt whisky at the l4 nt tar Bad the low price drink of retgalal fb dotr ry TIll wIlt end IR dlseaae an rflrsrc And what n sly Inslnuiilou that Is at the eat about sMtnalsn a required In slcknm Par mMtrs1 purposes forsooth lUtl WQ opine Ui protrkvni made no rush tu the coun ten of IVU supply company to Let either ante or two battles of their llqnld damnation anti so wirnproinU theinsclvn sffeetwillf In their etiii Hlstent tight ngolist the dUbollrsl liquor trsfllc In any nml nil of Us pluses If they place this tlcboU wherr they will d4i the most good they f throw thorn Into the flroi Western Christian Admen TEMPERANCE ITEMStIntemperance Is decreasing beoaut It pays to be temperate That lit tai anature provides a very effective gold cure of her ownfuck Judge Charles of Ottawa III says The liquor habit Is the proximate cause of more crime pauperism and miller than nil other evils combined A prize of 60000 rubles Is offered by thug Russian Koverniiicnt for the discov cry of the best method of making al cohol unfit to drink while not Injuring It In any way for commercial use Speaking of the overworked hospitals we notice that the alcoholic ward nt nrilcvue Is especially crowded Wunder whet they get It In this virtuous city National Advocate New York Y The clergy of the state church of Sweden assembled In national conven lion unanimously petitioned tho gay eminent to stop the sale of beer at all military establishments and camps e fttred fIsulation In Maine Kansas and Noh y Dakota they have prohibition by state tlaw in 38 other states they have It by V local option ithetime ho made an Investigation 85 per cent of the entire number came here directly through limn Influence of liquor and that five per cent of the remainder Icame there Indirectly from the tame cause That Is 2000 of the convicts In r the Missouri penitentiary are the result of the llcensedhiquortraffic In A Most Hopeful thallateJjOno of tho most hopeful rapid growth of clearer conceptions of the danger of alcohol and tho Ilre alence of disease which follows from 1tJIs seen In the Intensity of discussions on Its various phases Thus the can teen question the alleged errors In schooltooka teaching the dangers from the ufe of alcohol the stringent rulea m adopted by railroads and other cor porations in discharging moderato drinkers and nil the various questions of license prohibition and legal puntishment of Inebriates have been far more prominent during tho past year than ever before Like Uanquoa ghost this subject will tot down pa pers and discussions follow each other with Incrcntlng frequency and the subject becomes wider with each tud Journal of inebrietyr yarrsax w E FOR LIFTING BIG WEIGHTS r A Contrlvnnca Which Is EnMly Mndc at Homo and Strong Enough to Do Heavy Work Tho Illustration show what I term my lltllo Sampson a contrivance for Jilting heavy weights fly studying tho carefully nay handy man can tJmalco tho woodwork whllo tho Iron can ho left with tho blacksmith No Should bo Just feet high 1lanbi for ulilo pieces nro 2x8 Hocks At the ends arc 3x318 and firmly se oared by four bots S Inches long Now comes tho Important part Tho two rows of holes shown must ha exact Lay oft pUnks with two Btralght linen just Inches apart Now lay square on the plank so that small bind J will cross the two long lines sad v 8UUSONI 1DhTILS OP MTTM mark tho entire length In 114Inch tpaccs or Jut tho width of tho square blade Now provide yourself with a Jtlnch bit and boro straight through nt every other Junction of sectional lines this being finished wo win star on the other lino and bore on the crone lines wo skipped before thus leaving tho holes nt an tingle as shown In cut There should bo 20 holes In each row The next will br two steel pins n measuring 12 Inches long and Inch In diameter They should bo slightly pointed at one end and llattencd at the other as shown In No 3 For No 2 the main Iron should be rk Inch thick and 4 Inches wide nnd 21 Inches long Inches wide from point and extending back 8 Indies where It should be made just 3 Inches wide On tho lower edge nt b ts shown two pin raddles which should vbo just Inches from center to center Upper hole fo clevis pin Is la Inclioa beck of front Mddlt Clevis Is made of M Inch slid pun of Hlneh host Iron Clcvltt Is 9 Inehw long Main hook n 21 Inohe long and Is made of steol r Inch thick by J2 IneliM wide and t ilnt should be liberally reinforced Wo art now ready for the lover This U made of JxX stuff and Is 7 feet lung Measure oft 2 feel and commence tapering and rounding the remains 5 feet leaving small end 2 Inches In diameter Now cut mortljq In square end Inch wide and back JG lixtias Around square end place a tnugflltlng collar a made of Iron Ux 1 Inrh Now drive largo Iron In mortUo and boll as shown In No 2 In No c shows pins properly set for work Our machine Is now finished All of the wood used In It should be of the If toughest kind procurable Mine Is made of rock elm The machine works equally well In pulling stumps Or nngc Judd Farmer WHEAT BREEDING HIS FAD Interesting Tests Conducted by J N Harper of the Kentucky Ex perlment StAtion An experiment which If It proves a success will be of the greatest value to the whole United States In now being conducted at the Kentucky experiment station J N Harper of the station Is using In the railing of wheat tho same principle that Is all lcd In breeding nnd Improving horses and cattle and talks Interestingly of his experiment The successful cattle breeder said Mr Harper selects his Individuals with tho greatest care taking Into consldcra tloYi many points From those produced be again selects with equal care the best Individual mating them and to on ad Infinitum producing with each genera lion a better Individual until the per fect animal U the result The same rule applieD to the breeding of horses sheep and hogs and It Is this mule that I am endeavoring to apply In tho growing of wheat After the most careful chemical analysts and examination under tho micro tcopo I have discovered the butt variety of wheat and the variety richest In pro tel I have alto examined tbo wheat under the microscope and photographed trots sections of the grain I wilt select the Individual gralnsand plant them Next year I will select from the grains produced the finest spcclmcnn F and on the following year will plant 4 bent In this WayI hope after several years to produce a very flno quality of wheatI hope to produce a grade of wheat which will not degenerate We get owr supply of seed wheat from the Pv western Mtcs In a few years It degen crates and we are compelled to secure a new stock I hope to produce not only n fllcndld quality of wheat untpno that will not degenerate and which under proper care will constantly Improve The experiment Is In Its Infancy and several years will be required to doter mine what Its value will be Other experiments have veers made with wheat t but with methods Different from that whJch Mr Harper is following Should the effort prove all that Is hoped for It It will be of the frwtcst value to the agricultural word BEEKEEPING FOR THE BOYS Work That Affords Much Gain and Causcs Much Pleasure to Those Engaged In It To the painstaking boy with small capital and a little spare time there are few localities in which beekeeping will not only bring profitable returns but much pleasure The popular notion that the bee goes about like a roaring lion seeking whom It may devour Is entirely false In fact It seldom stings tinlcrs hurt or UK stores arc molested then It naturally uiea Its only means of self defense Tho successful beekeeper dons his veil and keeps cool no matter how many bees alight upon him honey on tho hands will often so tlcklo tho palate of a very mad bee that It forgets to sting and goes to eating the sweets If stung brush the sting away instead of picking It out the latter method presses tho poison Into the flesh Am monla or onions applied to tho wound are standard remedies but neither must bo used until through working with tho bees as they serve to emcee tho Insects Hundreds of pounds of honey go to waste annually In seme localities because there are no glean ore When clover barswood fruit bios Mrati buckwheat goldenrod or other honey plants abound a few swarms of byes will accomplish much with very lit tie trouble Even In a village a few maybe kept vltlioutnnnoynnco toothers nnd It Is raid that one of our most successful women apiarists restricts her colo nies to a roof garden In tier metropoli tan home It pays In this os In all other live stock to raise the best Iur bred queens are now offered by all re liable dealers at reasonable rates and will prove In the end more profitable than the mongrels for sale cheap In almost any community A good book or periodical on tho subject Is a great assistant to the beginner though not an absolute necessity One or two swarms are enough to commence with These If rightly handled will supply an ordinary family with honey and yield a little surplus With a year or two of ex perlence one can learn the extent of pasturage and regulate the number of colo nlcs accordingly Study the site and situation Hut above all study the In matM of your hives They will provo more and more Interesting as you be come better acqiiilnhd with their ways Their methods of work relations to plants and man show how exquisitely tho entire plan of the creation Is bal anced by Mother Nature The bee keeper who know his pets finds as much pleasure In their ways as the average boy finds In ballpI4lngDt8110 L Putnam In Kpltomlit POULTRY SHIPPING NOTES Packages of Attractive Appearance Should De Used Wherever Pos sible or Practicable I have a good chance to observe Jtht different styles of packages and methods In shipping poultry sent in from lh west anti other sections as to grading marketing etc There Is no better package than the box that holds 12 24 or 3C chickens or fowls and 12 to 20 duck turkey or geese according to site of birds Poultry packed In secondhand strawberry crates are qulto often In poor shape when received as the weight U too much for such frail packages Sec ondhand shoo eases are better A regular poultry box sawed and jointed with the ends nil ready to nail together Is the cheapest In the end as the poultry will look better and bring a little more Th barrel to my mind Is a poor park age especially when going Into cold storage for n few month When a sales man wants to show a tiitomer the goods he removes the ttjvcr and you see not more than four or live chickens or two or three turkeys with morn or ess dust on them that has elf ted through the burlap Now take the box lined with parchment paper dray nails fold back the paper and you can see 12 birds clean nnd all uniform that will sell on AgjrlcultllrlatWATER DISH It Cannot De Tipped Over Nor Can the Lively Little Chicks Be Drowned in It A useful drinking fountain for young accompanyingIllustration WATKIt DISH FAR CHICKS wood plank two Inches thick four Indies wide and eight inches long A three Inch hple la bored nearly through This fountain cannot bo tipped over nor can the little chicks get Into ItEthllo Brooks In Farm and Home How to Manage Incubators For success with Incubators remem ber Test on tho seventh day Temper ature 103 degrees Fill lamps every evening Cool eggs after fourth day Never cool below 85 degrees Turn eggs every 12 hours Do not turn dame up too high Keep machines out of sun light Put In a new wck for every hatch Keep doors closed during hatch logiDe sure tho Incubator Is standing level Discontinue cooling after eight eenth day Afd moisture only when air cell is too large Dont let temper ature run down after hatching Die continue turning after eighteenth day Hinds oft while the else art iuUcblng JJJdland Farmer PEOPLE AND EVENTS IJmll Ktchncl of Manchester N H has a clock which was used In the days of Columbus It Is marked Anno H92 Joseph lanlon of Colebrook N H recently trapped a silver gray fox In tho CoIebrooV district Ho values the skin of the animal at 200 and refused an offer of 125 for It Don Luis Terragas governor of Chi huahua Is tho cattle king of Mexico Ills grazing grounds cover millions of acres his cattle number nearly 1000000 and his sheep about half as many In a small way ho Is also a farmer Lila Irrigated land takes In about 100000 acres and his reservoirs would be a fortune to a water company In other directions he altoIputed to boa millionaire 300 times over Davidson tho former University of Pennsylvania football player who was recently married played professional football after leaving college Mr David son Is a goodnatured curlyhaired giant Ho had courted his present bride some time and had made but little pros tees Finally In a fierce football scrim mage his note was broken Now Mr Davidsons nose was never his strong point In personal beauty so he seized the opportunity and so say his friends sent his girl the following telegram My nose is broken Shall I have It set Greek or Iloman P The reply came back Greek It was set Greek Shortly afterward the engagement was an flounced Ills friends salt that Mr Dav bison had won by a nose CURTAIN CALLS JThreo Parisian apaches or hooll cans recently set on n man who was taking Ills wife homo after a perform theiand foot boxlnganll the roughs were Insensible when the police took them away Charles Krohman the theatrical man ager was talking to a friend about tbo lliiMOJnpnncse war recalling that Putnam Urndlee Strong and May Yoho had gone to aid the mikado Putnam might get an encaseucnt from you after the war Is over said the friend but what about May Mr Frohmnn reflected for a moment and then said We might bill her to sing Way Down Upon tho Yalu River Far From the Old Floks at Home How would that do composIer now on a stands pure English fairly well but finds difficulty In keeping up with the elusive quality of American slang I am greatly puzzled he says to understand the principle that makes a thing slang to an American that would be qulto regular to n German No one seems surprised when Ilarl dont think he can play It but there Is a laugh when I say precisely the same thing In the same words He can play it I dont think ABROADIITho republican municipality of nil boa ItySpaln has passed a law prohibit ofIcanIIshe received 51000 votes A specially constructed covered var containing 2S cages Is to make the daily rounds of the Paris police stations to pick up stray dogs that have been cap lured and convey them to the pound Royal automobiles are exempt In rtgulaIauto registered and numbered be cause he thinks It will be less conspicu one that way MARKET REPORT Cincinnati April 2 CATTIn Common J3 00 0 4 00 Heavy steers 4 0 5 00 CAiXESExtra 0 6 25 HOGS Ch iwckers 5 45 0 5 50 Mixed packers 5 30 0 5 45 SJmEPExtra 4 35 0 4 50 LAMIISSprlng 10 0 12 KIOtM Spring pat 6 30 0 5 1VIIEATNo 2 red 108 0 1 09 NOI winter 0 99 COItN No 2 mixed 0 64 OATSNo 2 mixed 0 43U HYK No 2 It 78 0 S- 0IIAICh timothy 014 2riI PORK Clear family 015 80 1AUD Steam 0 7 12ij llUTTICllCh dairy 14 0 16IChoke creamery 0APPLESChulca 3 00 0 3 50 POTATOKS Per bbl 3 25 03 40- TOIIAcCONew 605 STIS 50 440 014 50 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 4 80 l1 6 00 WHEAT No 2 rod 95 0 100 No 3 spring 88 0 100- COnNNo2 mixed 560 CC OATS No 2 mixed 410 U1J RYE No 2 0 72- P011KMess 13 25 013 3711 LAIlD =Steam 95 0 6 Siaj New York F1OUK Win BtrtH 4 90 0 5 15 W11RVT No 2 red 1 07 0 1 10 COKN No 2 mixed CGi GrlevyWesternPOIIK Family e15 0- 0LhRDSteam 740 Baltimore Wl I RAT No 2 red 0 106 COJIN No 2 mixed 61fcJ OATSNo 2 mixed 0 43 CATTKB Steers 4 90 0 5 15 HOGS Western 0 6 10 Louisville WIIEATNo red 0 1 00 COUN No 2 mixed W 6- 4OATSNo2 mixed 0 44J4- POIIK Mess 1350- IAHD Steam I 0076- lndli poll WHEAT No 2 red 0 1 03 CORN No 2 mixed 0 46- VOATSNo 2 mixed i D 4W rRECESS ARY EXPENDITURES FOR ONE TERM la Weeks SCHOOL EXIEKSEddu BrK day of trrm College Acid A Apacle xfodet Ltu Norm Bchooli A Gram IneldrttUIX IM I M 4 50 leG HoiPlWl Ft 21 rd 23 21 atlmatedp an 140 is IS Total ichool Iapearer tOO 109 100 e00- FcrplanoienoSesphy Iud cthtr iiUti IM bII out lit h time by nontb Room rent tjr term Board room fuel and llghti til for fill and rpringIII73week524or week vlattr tam llCO Botrd In Iht Tllltff allowed IB ajiproTtd- Macci Tirlei In price according to accommo- latlont urnltbed AdJln these llrlof eiptnita I tcbool az IIndI flnt day Includlnf tb dtpoiH Department IMJO Academy ana 1120 Applied Science Normal end A Grammar 1172 Il del School 11620 In staler 118 more for each No student eta recelrcd who allf to make thla advance pay meat j TotAl OnSlcary Expenses for II Weeks are teen to be Colletlate Department ts0 Academy and Latin Normal 19 Applied Science Normal and Grammar Model schools 12 In winter dollar more for each StudcnU paying board and room rent In toil fcr a term at the beginning receive a discount ol Shy cents Studinti duly excused before the end ol a term receive bark an tlltable oilfn of the money they have EXPEnSES 1lIonlI1709 400 IV 00 Lte of piano or Typewriter I far a day M Cieot ortan II a day 7 00 heft rlMu lo Library per term W malellaI 101 per term fee Lhierlaltln drawing term 10 Kxtrjlnuoo nf1 on appointed days U diplomai tM We promiitly obtain U a aivd I ortljii 11IHow entantaand Secure1 rlle TRADEMARKS 10 Berea College 1855 I PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 28 States j Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScfencerTwo years Court with agriculture for young fees and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade 8cltoolCarpentry Printing Housework two years eoumtyCertificateAcademy Conrae Four years fitting for College for famines sad for lifo College Couraea Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baoealaurer ate degrees Vf usto Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian edit cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee payforbrought wltblu 2400 about SIS to be paid in advance The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation alisti Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denomination PM INfOKMMION dl SRIEMOLYtoviciuretkeCRTAare WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Kjr n a Madison County Relief Mills toltIoftMI Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be I hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour HI 1TX141 t Potts Duerson Station Ky JWhit OUR WORLDS FAIR CONTEST II opptrtInilyto participate in the Great Worlds Fair Contest in which these pr233 arc given The subject matter of this great contest is the Total GreatStConditions of this Great Contest OLD SUBSCRIBERS For each 25c paid on your subscription account to TUB CITIKV you cau make 1 i one free estimate If you pay ou your account you can make four free guesses if 200 eight guesses and co on A NEW sending 25c fcr a thtee months can make one as the one who guesses on the last day of the contest are equally correct prize will be divided equally between them Here is the List of For the nearest correct estimate or guess 500000 For the second nearest correct estimate or guess 100000 For the fourth nearest correct estimate or guess COOOO For the fifth nearest correct estimate or guess 80000 For the sixth nearest correct estimate or guess 20000 For the seventh nearest correct estimate or guess 15000 For the eighth nearest correct estimate or guess 10000 For the ninth nearest correct estimate or guess 7500 For the tenth nearest correct estimate or guess 5000 the next five nearest correct estimates- or guesses m each J 10000 For next five nearest correct 5000 For the next 28 nearest correct estimates or guesses 5500 each 1 14000 For the next 445 nearest correct estimates or guesses 300 each 133500 493 prizes to 1150000 la addition to the foregoing prizes there v ill be the Prizes for Early Estimates For the nearest correct estimate received on or after March let and before March 15th 50000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after March 15th and before April 1st 60000 For tho nearest correct estimate received on or after April let and before April loth 50000 Total 490 prize toIt to 1300000 Founded IN i 1st 3d 3 500 Each for Early Estimates 5100 freerSUItSCltIBE1tSNew subscribers subscription guessesf200CITIZENDerea thefirst80th1L1guessNOWFreesPublishingPrizes 2rooOOFor estimate- sorguessee1000each amounting followingSpecial amounting S1300O 496 CASH PRIZES prize 5000 2d prize 2500 prize 1000 SPECIAL PRIZES 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 399430 Be careful to write your name figures and P 0 plainly Cut out fill in mail today to The Citizen Berea Ky SUBSCRIPTION BLANK i Inclosed find to applyon Subscription acot I t Name i Posloffice I State My estimates of the total number of paid admissions Urihe Worlds Fair during the month of May are i i to i N Li u v I i THE CITIZEN s1sctslfsI +sH1+ 3+H+sIHH1 + H- Berea r and Vicinity J l GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES WJI1jji414lrl d + Mrs Sallie Burns has returned from a short visit in Kichinond Miss Grace Cornelius and brother Bert are homo for a short vacation frown their studies in Louisville Miss Jonnio Hanson is assisting in the post olfico during the illness of Miss Anna whom we lire glad to ro port as improving Boy Mason Jones of Moriland Lincoln county attended the meeting of tho Sundayschool workers at the Congregational Church Grover Fish returned Tuesday from St Louis whew ho has boon employed Ho is suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism Mrs McBain anti daughter Gor trude returned this week from an ox tended visit with her daughter Mrs Park who lives in Richmond John Welch Misses Dooloy and Hilda Welch who have been attend ing school in Louisville are sending thoir vacation with their parents Mr mid Mrs S E Welch There will be a change in tho regular morning hour of service at Second church for next Lords Day Sundayschool will be held at same hour but the preaching service will be hold at 2 p in This change is for noxt Lords Day only Mr and Mrs S S Williams and family together with Mrs Williams father M J Gabbard left Berea last Wednesday for Tuscola 111 where they will make their future home D C Gabbard M D Gabbard and Greon B Gabbard also left for Indianapolis where they will he em plo cd in tho Interior Hardwood factories EASTER EXERCISES Boy Derthick gave a special ser on Resurrection and Second Coming of Christ at the Second ChurchEaster was observed at the Congregational Church by the use of floral decorations together with ap propriate recitations by the Sabbath School scholars Four jKrsons wore received into the membership of tho church Communion was administer ed with the use of a new individual communion service Tho Baptist Sundayschool observed Easter at tho hour of morning service by well rendered anthems and recitations songs by the congregation prayer responsive scripture and songs by the primary classes and Junior Union Tho song by the primary class deserves esiecial praise as does also the solo work by Misses Mary Blanton Nina King Nora Welch and Sallio lUchardson Groups of slotted plats great buncehs of narcissus mum daffodils mind the bright faces of happy chil dren made tho Parish louse an at tractive place ns tho Sundayschool gave its Eastor concert last Sunday night Songs and recitations by mem hors of tho School filled the hour At the close Mr Gamble gave ouch child who had not been absent more than twice since CJiristimis a rooted go ranium Professor Mason with soil mid pots showed tho children how tho plant should ho potted The three who bring tho best grown geraniums on Childrens Dayare to receive a prize OUR WORLDS FAIR CONTEST The advertisement of our Worlds Fair Contest appears this week and hereafter on page 7 Oldand new subscribers to TImE CITIZEN have already entitled themselves to 232 guesses in our Worlds Fair Contest which proves its popu larity If you make one or more estimates or guesses in our Worlds Pair Contest you will receive certificates for all guesses made These certifi cates will secure you tho payment of tho 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 Allholdersof certificates will be furnished with a list of winners within 10 days after tho results are known Soc our annoucoment this weekon page 7 of the Worlds Fair contest in which we give our subscribers an opportunityto take part Remember we give you full credit on your sub scription account for every coat you send in Tho estimates are abso lutely free and secure for you any prize which your estimates entitle you to claim A special prize of 00 is given for the closest estimate wade 0111 before April lf but this does not lesson your chance to secure the 5000 prizo Send money and guesses today Uso blank on page 7 Low Rates to Frankfort Account of State Meeting Grand Army of the Republic time Louisville it Nashville will sell roundtrip tickets to Frankfort on May 2lth and 25that one fare plus 25cents This will make the film from Bona and return 5240 Tickets good return ing until flay 27th The Weather March was a very mild month Tho only Jiigh wind reached Beroa on the night of the 18th One thunderstorm passed over on tho 23d The snowfall was exceedingly light Only linch fell timid none of this lay on the ground for 24 hours while in 1002115 inches fell in March and 10 inches of this fell in a single day The rainfall for the month has been Increasing for tho past few years This year it reached 580 inches A min in this section is proceeded 12 to 85 hours by southeast to north east winds with a falling barometer which generally reaches 2000 in the spring and summer Tho mean temperature was l iwhich is about tho normal for March The lowest temperature was plus 10 on tho 4th This is however a rather high min imum for 1001 gave plus 111mill 1002 gave plus lOll in March A few frosts hue occurred but were not killing Frosts are most likely to damage our furit crops from March 20th to April JOth + +if+ f1 + rCollege Items IHERE AND THERE IHHIKHIHHHHlIHH Einmett McGiunis has returned for school from Clear Creek W Va and brings his brother Miss E K Corwin librarian leaves Friday morning for an extended visit at her home in Now Brunswick N1 Arthur Sulleni a former teacher and student now of Williainsburg Ky is spending his vacation with Boron friends The Band will give another of their popular o enair concerts next Sat urday night at 030 to 730 p III from Ladies hull balcony Miss Anna Maiden returned last night from Cincinnati where sue had been at Christs Hospital for soma weeks She will re enter school here Time Junior Class hold an enthusiastic meeting Friday Ullllected tho following ollicors President Goo Pow Vice President Lotta M Os horne Secretary and Treasurer F M Livengood Poet Wesley Frost Prophet Miss hunt G T Spencer has closed a contract with E L Farris of London Ky to huild a large brick business block in that city The work will be done by members of tho Berea College bricklaying class under Mr Sponcers personal sujxjrvision anti will ho started the first of the week Miss Margaret Letitia Caldwell died March mlit tho homo of her parents in Pueblo Col This any nouncement will cause genuine sorrow in Berea whero she had n large circle of friends For threo years she was a student and during that tune by her winning ways endeared herself to many hearts While enjoying her regular college w fkmusie for which site possessed unusual talent was her espccjal delight Sho was a tireless worker with a boundless ambition that overtaxed her strength No entertainment was complete with out her assistance and those who listened to her intelligent and sympathetic interpretation and faultless execution of tho works of tho best composers predicted for her a bril liant musical career But it was not to hOtA year ago Margaret contracted a heavy cold which lid sot yield to treatment and finally developed into that dread disease consumption She- Ila always hopeful of recovery and her one intense desire was to como back to Berea to complete her music al course Only a few days before her death she asked hor brother if ho thought she would be able to return in the autumn Tho faculty and students of Berea College unite in extending sincere sympathy to the iKreaved family and in assuring them that tho beautiful character of Margaret will not soon ho forgotten RUSSIAN TACTICS They Seek to Draw tho Japs Only Sending Small Troops Across tho lllver ARE BUSILY ENGAGED FORTIFYING Southern Manchuria is Strikingly Full of an Unusual and Active Life It II Reported That the Population Is Friendly to Russia and Full of Faith In the Rut clan Arms Paris April GllIo St Petersburg correspondent of tho Echo do Parts says that tho Russian general staff Is convinced that the Russians will await a Japan eo attack on tho right bank of tho Valu They aro now busily en gaged fortifying the mouth of the rlv er A remarkable bridge has been constructed on the prolongation of tho WIJu line connecting it with Pin Hu Jan The correspondent says tho Rus slang are seeking to draw on tho Jap anese only sending small troops across tho river St Petersburg April GA press correspondent at Port Arthur who ro turned to the fortress Monday from an Inspection trip through Southern Manchuria telegraphs that country is strikingly full of an unusual and ac five life that tho troops are vigorous and healthy and animated by a do sire for active operations and that tho entire naUvo population including that of tho commercial world is friendly to Russia and full of faith In tho Russian arms Tho correspondent says Russian money which was shaky at tho beginning of tho war is again firm Tho Chinoso volunteer militia form ed there present a good appearance wearying a special uniform with cqau lottes bearing tho Russian national flag Tho natives provide provisions freely and aro selling horses brought from tho surrounding country The mandarins aro an exception to this general rule as thoy aro cautious and are trying to carry water on both shoulders As their conduct is pas sive it does tho Russians no harm The railroad holds out splendidly and works regularly all the attaches of the rood being imbued with the high Importanco of their task Sentries aro posted at tho boundary and aro doing duty In tho neutral zono dividing China and Manchuria The weather Is warm and the rivers are open In Port Arthur all Is quiet and the Inhab itants have become accustomed to a state of war though some of thorn are impatient that tho enemy has boon for so long a time invisible GEN GRANTS GRANDSON Ha Will Wed Mlle Qermalne Ceclle Noufflard In Paris Paris April GTho civil ceremony of tho marriage of Capt Algernon Sar torts grandson of the late kin Grant to Milo Oormalno Cccllo Noufflard a nleco of Charles Hallo tho artist di rector of tho now gallery London will take place April 26 and tho religious ceremony April 27 In tho Church St Honoro DEylau Tho witnesses for the bride will include Mr Hallo Tho grooms witnesses will be the Marquis de Lalglo and Maj Bentloy Molt tho United States military attache Among the bridesmaids will be Miss Lllllo an American girl who recently made her debut at tho grand opera The brIde is a granddaughter of Sir John Hallo of England whose estate joined tho Sartorls estate Agree to a Reduction of Rates Chicago April GTrame officials of the western roads agreed to mako a reduction of 25 cents a ton on all coal originating In Colorado Wyoming and other western points and destined for Kansas Nebraska and Oklahoma and Indian territory The rates will be come effective April 1C and last until July 81 Small AntiJewish Riot St Petersburg April 6 Rumors have reached hero which however aro unconfirmed to tho effect that a small ontlJowlsh disturbance has ta ken place at Gomel In which about 100 Jews wore attacked There wero no fatalities War Vessels Sail For 8t Louis Pensacola Fla April GTho gunboat Nashville and torpedo destroyer Lawrence sailed from Pensacola Tues day afternoon for St Louis to ropre sent tho navy at tho Worlds fair The vessels will roach New Orloans Wed nesday Their Resignations Accepted Washington April GI1ho president bas accepted tho resignations of First Llout Ashton H Potter 12th cavalry and First Llout William M True 28th Infantry Lieut Potter Is a nephew of Bishop Potter of Now York To Be Court Martlaled Washington April rdors have been Issued for tho trial by courtmar tial of Capt Amos H Martin 14th In fantry stationed at Manila on tho charge of having duplicated his pay accounts Convicted of Conspiracy San Francisco April eIn tho United States district court former Deputy Sheriffs William T Nosha and Thos Dompsey and How Teen a Chinese were convicted at conspiracy against govarameilt PUACKEMCOY FIGHT The Former Was Knocked Out In Lest Than Four Minute Philadelphia April GHerr Placko tho champion of Holland rondo a sorry spectacle of himself Tuesday night In a fight with Kid McCoy at the Len ox club Standing six Inches taller and weighing over 70 pounds more than his palo faced opponent ho was beaten almoet Insensible in less than four minutes Placko never laid n glovo on McCoy except when tho men clinched and tho cool calculating McCoy darted In and out and around his burly opponent almost like lightning Ho would feint with his right and then drive his loft to the taco viciously scarcely over falling to bring tho blood Before tho first round ended Placko was covered with blood from his nock to his waist and both eyes wore almost closed WINDOW GLASS PLANTS CLOSE They Are Among the Best Equipped Factories In the Country Plttaburg Pa April 6 Officers of the Window Glass Workers associa lion woro surprised Tuesday upon re ceiving Information that tho two largo plants of tho American Window Glass Co at Newcastle had been closed They aro tho Shonango and Lawrence factories and are among the best equipped plants in tho country No compmytorofficers of the company In Plttaburg will make any statement concerning the shutdown A Consolidation Effected New York April GA consolidation was effected Tuesday between tho Am oilcan Automobile association com prising In Its membership thirty or more loading automobile clubs of tho country and tho American Motor league with 8000 Individual members Oldfleld and Suspended New York April GBarney Oldfleld and E 0 Hausman who havo been racing autos In the south wcro sus pended for an Indefinite period by tho racing board of tho American Auto association because they competed In an unsanctioned meet A Fair Proposition If you suffer from Piles Eczema or Skin Diseases go to your druggist and get a rattle of Paracamph use it as directed If you are not satisfied with the results go back and Jet your money Guaranteed bj S E Welch Jr Druggist WHAT HAPGOODS HAS DONE During the year 1003 Hapgoods hits placed in high grade jKwitions over 500 young College University Technical School garduatcH Our cam paign for HHI inow in progress More firms than ever are looking to us for capable graduates and wo wish to get in touch at onlO with every senior who will lw looking for a position in business or technical work Write noimst office for look IctH Hapgixxls 80t Broadway New York Hartford Hldg Chicago IVim nylvania BldgPhiladelphiaVilliam son Uldg Cleveland Pioneer Bldg Seattle Colorada Hldg Washington Minn Loan A Trust Hldg Mi uncap otis Chemical Bldg St Louis Park Bldg PittHburg Makos a Cloan Swoop Theres nothing like doing a thing 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jeers says Mrs J B Cooke of Nedorlandd Texa8IIWe have given it to allor our children We have used other medicines for tho same purpose but never found anything to equal Chamberlains If you will use it as directed it willalways euro For sale by S E Welch Jr Druggist tJC FARMERS 5e We want live fat POUltlyIEggs Hides and Feathers We pay highest cash prices We pay 40c per doz for Goose EggsC F GOTT CO sumwvro In Itarvn rn luro Cowpnny Depot Street Boron Ky ooooooooooooo o 0 oooooooo O 0 o u 1 Prices Right Groceries Fresh i 0 0 0 0 u o We carry a full o line of groceries o We never over o stock so always o have a fresh line S S Pilose tJ DIAIN ST DUEl o u- o o THE FIED AD Alfa in thin column fie per lino first insertion 2c linn each sub insertion six words to lino No matter where you live or what your wants two in this col umn and get results Caste must ac company order for nil extra good sail tile now for tho cost price o Onl oriio to cultivate JO acres of No corn land on shares good 3 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torn TRIP TO ST LOUIS RoundTrip ratos from Louis vlllo on account of toIWORLDSFAIR SEASON Tlcgnrs18OOSo- ld Daily Commencing April 25 Limit December Ifi 1801 I SIXTY DAY TICKETS 111100 Sold Daily Commencing April 25 LimitGo jdnyH TEN DAV TICicETsI OO Sold Daily Commencing April 25 LimitID tlas including data of units Snxiu COACH ExcNs700Dn- tew of Snit to bo announced litter Limit0 days including tate of sale Conch Excursion Tickets mire not good in Sleepers noither will they bo good for the checking of Baggage FOR COMFORT FOR SERVICE ir YOIR TifKrr Rele OVIH THE Popular Henderson Route Toy Certainly Well Fortified ASK us AgentII J InwiM Urnrral rnnriiKir Alit LOUISVILLE KY S I H soonKidney Backache All DlMMoi of the kidney bladder and urinary organ Also heart disease rheumatism backache gravel dropsy female troubles Cure I Dont become discouraged There IB a cure for you If necnwary write Dr Inner Hu laM spout lifetime curlnit Jut such cmius M your All consultation are FREE I have suffered for the past ten years with backache and kidney trouble and tried many of tho most prominent physicians In hosted and Omaha and all tho patent medicines I heard of In tho hopo of obtaining relief Finally seeing your ad I procured a bottlo of Dr Fennert Kidney and Backache Cure and I wish to thank you for the benefit received therefrom Two bottles entirely cured mo and I havent a pain or ache of any kind cheerfully recommeoJ It to all suffering friends Most sincerely yours Was ALICE McDONALD 2954 Barney St Omaha NeV Bold by Druggists Me and II Ask fur Dr 1cuuorn Almanac or HookKin IWrite or Call on IHARBER and HUGUELY M Main Street Richmond Ky eM for prices on Oats Clover Timothy and other Field Seeds and IGrassesPhone 35 I 4 ive +tNI + s YOr Fd iiINfHqN I ii1HN+r ie Hio1 I Interesting State NewsIe + +iIo +N +t+ IfJ+ rfA ts +M THE WHISKY MEN Will Organize to Test the Tax La Recently Basted Ioirtirlliti Ky April 1ICry wuolessvlu whisky UcnUir In the State of Kentucky DM been notified of u mwtlntf which will tt hold In Lout i 0 vllta Turday Measure will be lake n V lo light the legality of the law Mfrs M by the last session of Ibe legislature taxing all compotiiulera reel Ifle- rbtrndenaad i ndultpraters of whisky 60 cents for every barrel of the prod net which they turn out and 25 enl for every package containing lets tbn a barrel Options have been lOt red on prop erty In New Albany sad JcfferaoBvllle iind the Imdlng irma declare that they will move actors the river loss beer waklnic proposition for tb rectlflen to move to that city ALES WERE LARGE aittert SaW te Contain Whisky Wa Sold In Kentucky lFxtmrton Ky April ITh gun Airy of Morgan county sitting In West d4l arty returaetl Indictment IdaftKttniit every merchant In the tow Mho baa beta riling a certain brand of bitten The basis of the Indict meat Use In tn allegation that td lilitrni eMilaln a large proportion u Icnhnl and are really Intoxlratlng- In hit of the prlgtnfll article th p opl9 of this community have ber using tINt bitten M a beverage It I sill sad large qunntllUw have been sold LICSNSSO TO PRACTICE LAW She la the Daughter of Attorney Wai ISM MeCuIro of Jackson ttBjrton ICy April 4 The lint woman la the mountain districts of Kentucky to be given V llrente to prar law la Miss Heretic McOnlre of IJalk KV daughter of Attorney McfJiUre the waa granted Ikem Saturday in the Mora circuit rant ttloarat West Liberty She la 23 yean of axe ami Intenda to prnc tire her profKMtoa In the courts of Fasten IXrotorky Ta Hold the ftonitemen rrankfort Ky April 4 Jodgo Cnn trill hrgss the Aiirtl term of the cir rust court Monday sod a judgment will probably ItInterfd Tucty tjralMt the bondsiM of William Cut ton charged with cnnsplrarjr ID the Cbobel murder and who bit disappear ed In the WMI The bond la for 10 with Cullona father It R Hugo I bit brother lalav and eereral others ILifPOI Mia Cewntry CovlnatMi Ky April tilea PcrgM no la dead After aervlng Uncle lam for over gds year he was drowned In ii mall river near Rantao a village In the province of Mindanao Philip Witpj t n eral members of Company O of the JM Infantry he Vaa ensuing a band at Invurrectoa Two New Rank Are In Sight Mt Sterling Ky April BOorts tri Mng Hade to establish two new banks In the mountalna one at toe Martin county and limo other at Sal vmvllle Maattltln county It la eeb- that JoJiv 0 C Mayo In ln lilnd both Tht pllnl of the new banks If eitnli tlubnd will be JlBOno Heavy Rainfall at Owentboro Owtnaboro Ky April LAnuthc hnvy rnlii Is fnllliiR at Owoiwboro throughout DnvUMw and mirroumllnK counties Small streams In the low Inndd which nrn already flooded will be sent on a rampage again Tho Ohio In falling very Blowly nt IhlsIpoint but Green river tributaries arcIriMing rapidly Much valuable land Is under water Decided Against the Bank Toulsvllie Ky April ITh stank of Kentucky will have to pny thu Hlato And county nhout 25000 back taxeM If a decision originally rendered by County Judge and ulllrmwl by 1udf Miller In uphold In the supreme court ot the United Gtotoa whero It will lie carried Representative Day III Lexington Kr April 1Thin condi tips of HepnMentatlvo Carl Day of nrcnthllt culo y nil reported from tho hospital Sunday In mich as to cause anxiety to his relatives and friends lJxtrwne nervous prostration hind Hot In and his brother Walter Day was Riled to his bedside Kentuckian Disappears MadlKonvlllo Ky April I IOUH Johnson of Will to Plnlnv left homo several wctikH ago leaving a youni wife and child nnd hen not been hciinl c of wince It li feared ho has met with foul piny Tobacco Factory Destroyed S Greenville Ky April ITho tobnc co factory of Fl Hlco was destroyed by fro early Thursday morning About 150000 pounds of tobacco were bunted together with the inachlnury bringing the loss up to about 20000 with only 3000 Insurance Suet For 10030 Damages llondcrson Ky April 2S W Chili ran sued tho National Life anti Accident Assurance Co of Nashville Tonn and N N Nicholson local man apcr for 10000 damagcti for allowed mnllclous prosecution e REED EXONERATED He peat His Drotherln Law Simon Williams to Death Owenaboro Ky April 4Sltno Vllllama war bastes to death with n club by his brother Inlaw lets llecd OB tits street here Heed hail Induced bis alvlerto leave Wllllnm and when tits latter asked whcro his wife was he struck him wad Itcod came to hhn with n club They wets In a aaloon Mt tits time and William ran Into Ibn atrr t tired followed and knocked IIhhn down after Wtlrh lie continued b Iheat him on the head He then stampI ed the proatrato mnn with crushing out one of hla eye Wll llamn war taken lo the hospital when he diet Tbi coronert Jury cnoitiir tlsled Reed oASMALL RIOT Five NapUnion Butchcrn Were Dadly Used Up By Strikers IIonlulllf Ky April IA small riot occurred Friday nlRht near vliJin slrlklnIInRen their places lu the plant of the sonaa mar slot by a grog of strikers hf waylaid them ai they left the filter tabtIIUIIItmet la1U recover FIVE MILE WIDEiThe Mile River In Same Places Near Podwah Ky PAdocab Ky opril I Friday alst- there was over 41 feet on the gauge and meal rivermea are predicting that the Ohio will go to 42 or SO lest be cause of tbe frisk Miesaaol hoary nuns up the river la places the 041 Ig five gills wide Wheat crojta inrre abeen submerged and thousand o leers will be ruined Illty test put water over most of the city Tho marine ynya have steely slat down Toe high water la preventing Mad bs Ing taken from the ban and building la generally suspended here Tried to Oet Even With a Railway Newport Ky April I Louisa Kane woo llvea alone In a little cot tags near I be Cheapeke A Ohio railIwry track In John street war iio for dumping garbage on the tracks The woman said she wna only trying tot spas because she says the rail way drainage rasa Into her cistern Ake was unable to pay her flne moll went to Jell ManjNe Trace ef a Missing retoMbunt Ky April IA C Potter the wealthy young famer who went to Cincinnati lust Saturday an l wan last sera on Vine street Sunday mowing Is still missing It la implies ed that he was robbed then uturdored and his body disposed of us he al ways carried a largo amount of money with him He was related to ox nor Ironer of IndianaIWill Make a Test Case lx ul vllle Ky April IAu agree FrankIIailurHh who has sued the stele banks for rcoro limn 1000000 hock taxer and Juilsc Alex IV Humphrey of coon- eel for the banker to mnke a test t AS of the suit sled against tho Hunk Conmerc0r u Kentucky Corporations Frankfurt Ky April 2Tho IIIR companies flied lncor onitlon artll Iles with the secretary of state Wl nona Coal and Coke Co of Hell coun ly with f0000 capllnl stock The hour Mile Coal and Coke Co of Ilcll county Increased Its Ktock from I 000 to riooo Killed Her Son Mt Vornon Ky April 2Thr newt reached hero that Mrs Tom Hullln of near Wlldle fists county had gone hr anise and klllod her IS year ohl son who WiLl n cripple by HpllttliiR hltI head with nu ax She escaped to wixxls and ctliens of that section ara HcourlnR the tountry for her Bound Over to the Grand Jury Wont Liberty Ky April 1Raney Burton of Caney this county charg ed with robbing tho post office nt Ca nay hall his examining trial before United Hlntes Commissioner Cisco alillI was held to answer In tho United States circuit court In the sum of 500 Asphalt Is Discovered In Kentucky MadlHonvlllc Ky April 4Asphalt has been discovered near Mnnnlngton The discovery was made by eastern cnpltnllHtH who lave been hero a1 weulc prospecting for oil Conductor Beauchamp Is Dead jjxliiKton Ky April 4 Conductor Jack DnIlChal11ll of the Queen ft Crescent who wait phot by Town Mar shil Will Daniels nt Uurgln last Man day died nt the Hospital In this city Sunday His wife who had returned to her friends wan notified by wlro An Insurance Rate War On Lexington Ky April 4As a re suit of tho blacklisting of n number of local fro Insurance agents It Is an nounced that in Insurance rato sourtwould bo Inaugurated and that a gen oral cutting of rates would take place FIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS Regular Cession Washington March 31 Kinst The senate Wrodnp lIar besun coast eratlon of the pent office appropriatlnn bill and It was th signal a corrllP1UOIIdebate was Initiated by Mr iormnn who spoke for almost two hours in criticism of time course of the repub lican party In tho senate In refusing chargngnhull In reporting the bill as he did tho republican party with R desire to adjourn congress at an exceptionally onrly lets In order to meet the wishes of the president Mr Clay contended congressionalotile charges against Mr Heath exfirst assistant toIand Mr Ixidge spoke for the republic an wide of the chamber defending tbe coramlttco on post olllcus ngalnrt tho charge of hnsteIHouse progrrsu was made by tits house In the conMdera PAlIto MODIflat the Massachusetts member had lectured the south for dlarexnrd tIviolation of Ute law whereas in tho whog trIlie believed that tho people of the south ere entitled to work out the Nfl npro prtjlilem As God shall will It Mr Cruinpaclier Ind declared thnt 1001 pernoiM have been mobbed anit put to death In the last 25 year In the United States- 1Vasdingtou April 1SenateThe dividedIrduntlayleslof Ole dearrt land Use timber and atone and the lomcstoad commutation laws nnd the poet office appropriation Llbill The repeal bill was taken up only Mrlitakentgreat fraiMls In the administration of the land lawn III tho west The general debate on the poet olllce bill was Ion Awed largely to a speech by Mr Me republicoan senators Mr McCrcary elargrul that the policy of an early fadjournment of congress had been adopted In order to avoid legislation not deolrcil by the republican lenders House Consideration of the sundry civil appropriation bill was concluded In tbe house wad the bill was about toIbe passel when Mr Sulser forced roll call on n notion to commit the bill with Instructions to strike out the ragrnph appropriating 136000 for housejpresent was token until Friday The right of board of directors of state hornet for disabled volunteer soldiers to retajn certain purr lion of peualon money received by the Inmates was dlcuss l at length Mr Hell Ci1J aaaalted his own state for permitting a canteen to be estab llsbeil In tits California state home and charged that the old soldiers were at mooeyfromthrough canteen cheeks After ex tended debate an amendment by Mr Hell to correct the evil complained of was adopted Washington April 2RpnatGoool Friday was devoted by the senate to almost continuous discussion of poiltl cal questions The time until 2 oclock was devotod to consldcrntlon Ior the Cnrmnck resolution proposhis an Inquiry Into the legality of the re cent executive old age vonsion order Mr Mallory was the principal speaker huh he woe frequently Interrupted IIIrepubllciin senators He contended that Hriretnry Hitchcock had trans cendoil the limit of executive author fly In issuing tho order The latter half of the day was leveret to the pout olllce appropriation bill hot no appro stable progress WOK made with that measure the speeches on It being In the main political nail of general chur ndcr There was n spirited debate be twefit Mr Simmons and Mr IleverhUo 1Iaffairs the post olllco department IloiifiC Tho IIOIIBO passed the sun dry civil appropriation hill after vot tog down a proposition by Mr SuUcr lo rofoiiimlt It with instruction to utrllio out the appropriation of 136 for rent of the New York custom house fie remainder of the day was devoted to discussion of the confer ence report on the army appropriation bill With the exception of one amend mont providing certain Increases In the signal corps the IIOIIKO disagreed amendrn proposition to con Eolldate the otllce of the adjutant gen era during which the prospective pros Idcntlal nominees uf the two political parties In the next campaign were freely 1I111IIR8111I Paris April 1The drat civil trlblli nal of tho Selno Thursday decided tho case of tho republic of Colombia against thin Panama Canal Co In favor of tho defendants ibo decision hold that the complaint of Colombia Is not rccotvnblo null condemn tin plain lifts lo pity the costs of else action This decision has tho effect of r1moiIng legal obstacles In the way transfer of the canal concession from tho company to tho United Slates To Investlnate Post Office Department IIhlr80nto the post olfi c appropriation bill providing for nn Investigation of the II1I111t10boa of tho house The Impeachment of Judge Swayne Washington April 2n agreement has bum reached whereby n resolution to Impeach Juilgo Charles Swayne of he Northern district of Florida will bo culled up for consideration In tits house next Thursday QUERY When fcmpny com to visit us We Mllu makrs lot o fuss An ut our baited china ref An iwlldtllver forks you lIeLl An nothing Is too nice to batNot euniurU pie nor angel cake Its jest bccui theyre round Hut say Why aint H it us KOOJ III they Ma r 4 puts on her rutly drew An ItI shave twist day gueis An hints Ids shoes an mus wear My Sunday red tie ev rjWhtrs Vetre all polite us u ran An no ones croii or putchcky Its dlffnnt when thryv gob a way hut mint we JU HI good a they- I doiri rff why the compny So b ttrrn we oursMvagee whlzzl ISr wty we have to go an treat Them with a lot o stud to eat That we dust have when they alnl beret What mskis us Save It up OT near- 1Vbf dunt we allut live that way theyltdwtnpanion HORSE SAVES TWO LIVES Intelligent Train IwithA Maiden physician had nn adven Lure some time ago which he hoes not care to repeat although It gave him a ranch higher appreciation of the In telligence of his pet driving horse than ho had previously entertained He was returning home from patient late at night In company withIn clergyman when the horse short at one of the most grade crossings within tho elanlernusI Absorbed In lively hit clerical friend nnd no down he mechanically touched galeI horse with the whip and urged his voice to go forward but the ited Animal for onco would not re spond nail Instead of obeying stepped briskly aside and turned his head as tar as potilblo from the train which just then whined by at the rate of 40 milt an hour It was a close call for the ocri pints of the carriage who sat brcatf loa through the moments of terrible tupense but the horse maintained Its altitude of a half circle until the danger was passed It seems that tho gatekeeper was asleep at his post and had neglected him duty but the dell Cite ears of the horeo limo detected the sound of the coming train and had rightly Interpreted it as the signal of a daage to be avoided Dots men were firmly convinced that they owed tlielr live under Providence to the lit telligent use tho animal made of Its former experiences with grndecroMlngs acd nothing but a farm down east with a radium nine on It would now tempt Its owner to part with IIDost- on Transcript How Different People Laugh Frank hearty folks laugh In u phlegmatic chuckle Jn Gi children nnd simple smuts express their merriment In I the bold and rock leas laugh In 0 and the misanthropists In 11 A Native of America The turkey 18 a native of North th01ollrlm u u beautiful little toy can bo made and demonstrates the power In just a ray of sunshine It Is made as follows says the Farmers Review First empty an egg shell of Its ron tents which may bo done bv burins a small hole In each end of It and thou blowing out Us contents with your mouth Afterward close rn both holes with scaling wax While tho Ktlck af wax li still soft lance plenty it on the large end of the elf aid before It hardens stick five pennies Into it and hold thorn there until firmly fixed In position Now cut out two delicate sticks of wood very den catc each 12 Inches in length and fasten these to Ihe small end of tho egg shell with scaling wax and In po sltlon as shown In tho picluru Do sure to fasten these on In their ex water you may Oll tour pieces of cliff writing i pcr nod A TRICK WITH DOMINOES- It Is Jolly and Perplexing and Yet1 So Simple That Any Day or Girl Can Learn It tire one you can point out any domino he thinks or This It the way to do It Tell him you will count around the circle touching various dominoes each touch counting one Ho must count your touches and when the number of touches plus the number at spots on the domino which ho has thoughof equals 20 he must say Stop The domino last touched Is suro to he the one he hadln mind faro Is nn example Suppose he selects the double two You begin touch Ing various dominoes with your linger silently conning 2 14 7 DI you go When you come to S he sere to touch the doublenix domino and then count to the right without skipping a single domino The stx Ave domino will bo 9 you understand the doublefive 10 tbI ARRANOKMKNT OF DOMINOES fivefour 11 and so on until you reach doubletwo There you will be told to stop for the number of times you have touched the various dominoes 1C times plus the number of spots on the double two domino four spots equals 20 you seeNow all you have to do Is to say This the doubletwo Is the domino you thought of He will say Youre right and he will wonder how you guessed It He sure not to count aloud nor even to look as If you were while you are do ing the touching Chicago Inter Ocean MONKEYS THAT WORK HARD In Some Parts of India They Are Mode to Keep in Motion Fans to Cool the Natives Monkeys actually are made to work In Malabar India which IE perhaps the only place hi the world where they earn their salt The Malabar monkey is of the flne species known as the langur It Is very warm In Malabar and there isa fan called the punka which used to be kept In motion by a slave It required a slave to work each punka but now every punka In Malabar Is worked by a monkey It was an English officer who conceived the idea of making the langur work In that manner The fan Is a movable frame covered with canvas and suspended from tbeceillng The motion Iscaused by pull Ing a cord The officer tied the hands of the langur to one of the cords and then by means of another cord put the machine In motion Of course the monkeys hand went up and down and the animal wondered what sort of a game was being played Then the officer patted Its head and fed It with candy till soon the langur thought it fine fun to work tbe punka The experiment was successful and now thousands of monkeys are In harness The Sunshine Whirlabout c3 Pretty Toy for Bright Boys TillS wtlllbnlanco wllili IIOSIItlouyour sticks I say these should bo nearly upright but as a matter of fact If you place them perfectly per pendlciilar nail then tip them slightly forward all In the same direction you will cone very near to having them arranged properly- If properly made your toy will ba gin to revolve as soon as It floats on water If however It should noi bend all the paper a little more slight ly forward when of will be sure lo meet with success Much better re suits are obtained when this trick is performed In quite a cool room Those who would succeed In making the top so far may advance to ho next stop Cut out small figures of very thin cardboard and fasten these with scaling wax to the ends of the sticks ia place of the paper before usedDo not forget It Is of tho utmost Importance that your whirlabout should be ptrfecUy balanced r Boat Cough Mocllclno for Chll dren When you buy n cough medicine for children you want ono in which you can placo implicit coufidonce You want one that not only relieves unIgocdIchildhood It is ulfo n corria pro ventive and cure fjf croup Gild IheroIis no danger wlmtevit from whooping cough shun it is given It has boon used in many epidemics of thnt dis enso with perfect success For sale by S E Welch Jr Drug- gistfarmers fL v National Bank IRichmond f Ky Capital and 1SurplusWe JAMES BENN S S e A startling Robbed 11 by I JobnOliver of fat lows was in an My skin was 18000015o hiiukni tongue ally in back and growing weaker physicians haj given I r was advised to uso to decided my great joy tho a their uso for three IIa well man I know the grave of another ono should fail to try 50 cents guaranteed at COH drug store EXPERIENCE III t THADC MARKS DC3ICN3 COpy nIGHTS C Anyone tending n sketch and arscrintton m f our opluiin trod whether an Invention Isprobablf ratrntadle rummanlra lions MrtcHrcoiiHilentral Handbook on 1atcnU lend iree UMeat ones for ccutinaisteel Talent taken Jlnm Co recelr- tptflal notice without charco la Lila St ntific Rn rI auIhandsomely Illustrated weeklr cir culation of tinT clentBn Journal Terms W a sour four months t4ad l by a1 ned Je Yorknrsuch Aro You a Dyspeptic If you are a dyspeptic you owe it to yourself aud your friends to get well Dyspepsia annoys tho dyspeptics friends because his disease sours his disposition as well as his stomach Kodol Dyspeptic Cure will uot only curo dyspepsia indigestion and sour stomach but this palatable recon itthesweetens the life as well as the stom ach When you tske Kodol Dyspepsia Curo the food you eat is enjoyed It is digested assimilated and its nu trient propertied appropiated by tho blood anti tissues Health is tho result Sold bv East Eud Drug C- JALitiTHE FAMOUS LITTLE PIUS For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headsche Torpid Uver Jaun dice Dinlneii and all troubles aria lag from an Inactive or sluggish liver DsWIIIs Utlle Early Risers are unequalled They act promptly and never gripe They are so dainty that It Is a pleasure to take them One to two act as a mild laxative two or lour act as a pleasant and effective cathartic They are purely vegetable and absolutely harmless They Ionic the liver TVI OEAIZK SUrttY TID ruelueo If CCDoWltt CoCblcado- A Curo for Hoadacho Any mau woman or childsuffering from lioadache billionsness or a dull drowsy fooling should take minor two of DdWitls Litto Early Risers night nUll mbrniup Theso famous little pilla are famous bacausa they are a touiu as well as n pill While thoy claenso the system hay strengthen aud rebuild it by their tonic effect upon the liver and bowels Sold by East End Dru Co I I F IIIEastern Kentucky News No oonespolence pnbUlhed UDleaI signed In tall by the writer The name Is not for pubUcaUon but u an evidence of good faith Write plainly +11 I IJ I I I I I I I I I I I OWSLEY COUNTY OABBARD April 2lYe are having nice spring weather nt presentA severe thun der storm swept over this section last wlOkJ D Lander the sowing nmcliino agent was in our vicinity recently C B Mooro has recovered from an attack of la grippe Samuel Colo has moved into his new house that ho has recently had erected There are no now cases of smallpox reported at this writing and it is hoped that there will be no more Hurrah for TUB CITIZEN and its ninny readersIsaac and Edward Gab bard of Cow Creek are hauling logs on Indian creekMrs Barbara Minter and her children returned homo Wednesday from Booneville whore they had been visiting rela tives Marion Chandler has moved on to the farm of R W Minter at this placeHarry C Eyersolo of London Laurel county was hero Thursday on business Farm operations have begun and tho farmers are sowing their oatsWork has begun toward a new schoolhouso at this place James T Wilson is doing the work It is to be completed by tho first oftiTuly CONKLINO April 1The voice of tho plough boy is again audible frdm the valleys tad hillsides of this vicinityBriggs C Fuller members of tho 0 K Lumber Co firm who purchased tho timber on the Jack Bowman land near tho head of Island creek are building a tram road from their timber to the mouth of tho creek Tho tram road will be five miles long and tho estimated cost is 3000 This means employment to a largo number of laboring men in this coun tyHenry Jennings visited Jesse Wilson this weekDoc Mainous is quito ill at this writing Thowifoof Elijah Thomas died last week The bereft family have the sympathy of all in this vicinity The editor of THE CITIZEN James Racer is with friends in this vicinity at this writ ing Claud Anderson paid his best girl u flying visit Sunday luck to you ClaudCharlie Eversolos telo phone lino is not quito completed N F Ambrose and others bagged a fiuo lot of game Ham Taylor paid Lucy Holcomb u visit Sunday ISLAND CITY April4Tho farmers of this vicinity are sowing oats at this writing Sheridan the son of Mr and Mrs A S Pettus who was shot a few days ago is thought to be improving Rev Albert Bowman of Walnut Grove preached to the people at Oak Grove SundayA quarterly meeting is in progress at Binghams Chapel and much good is being done Thirty persons are to receive bap tisms Thomas Gentrya very earn est and energetic young man of this place who last year was mustered out of tho United States Army has just recently enlisted in tho Army of God May ho be successful in lead ing a largo army onward and upward to tho Giver of LifeJames Milton Racer editor of THE CITIZEN is with friends of Island City at this writing Wo hope ho will como againT H Kidd of Sturgeon is visiting his daughter Mrs Win Becknell of this placeP M Fryo was tho guest of Miss Mattie Gentry Sunday James Kelley was very pleasantly LucyPettusMASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE April 4Prof 0 W Reynolds principal of the high school of this city delivered tho commencement ad dress Friday evening for Prof A L t Garvin principal of the high school of Harrodsburg Ky His subject ablyf1 daughter Arthur have gone to i Flemingburg to set her uncle who is critically illThero will be an enter tainment at the Plymouth church Friday evening Rev 0 A poison will preach for Rev W M Price the fourth Sunday afternoon in this mouth instead of firstTho Easter exercises rendered at Scotts Chapel were a rare treat Prof C W Rey Holds Miss Julia Young Rev E A White Mr Clarence Jackson Rev P Gorham and other distinguished speakers participated Misses Sadie and Jessie Bell spent Sunday in Mayslick Miss Lida Braxton of Cincinnati is visiting her aunt Mrs Celia Robinson Tho Sowing Circlo entertainment given at the Bethel church Friday and Saturday evenings was a decided success financially One of the interesting features was tho song service rendered by tho choir which was highly enjoyed by all presentMiss Kattio Jones had j g her school closing in Aberdeen Friday afternoon Sho will leave for her t Ga rr c I I I I I I I I I I I I N I I I II I I I I I I homo at Riploy 0 during tho com ing week Miss Anna Berry is very JosephineItutzell Talbott is indisposed with measles at tho homo of Mrs Josephine Brady Mrs Anabel Lane left for Dayton 0 Monday morning Miss Elizabeth McAllister is recovering from an at tack of tho measles- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD April 4Wo are having a cold Easter this year It seems as if spring is not coming Will Richs TheyhadP againVirgieis some betterElyBullens tho crippled boy son of Thomas Bullen was found dead with his head very nearly severed from his body His mother was found in tho woods Nothing can be found out from her about it Sho is thought to to crazy and is being guarded at Mt Yemen and will have a trial Tuesday They are all a nice family She is a daughter of Mr Eli CofferWillie Stephens was at Mt Vernon last weekon business There was preaching at tho new church at Scaf fold Cane Saturday and Sunday by Bro BryanJ W Todd is suffering with rheumatism in his arm Samuel Crouchor is expected to come home this week Measles are all tho go and are very bad Thomas Martinis visiting his uncle J J Martin this weekMrs J W Todd has about 40 little chickens and this is badweather for themMrs Cook is visiting her sons this week BOONE April GBorn to Mr and Mrs Win Kerby a fine girlRev J W Lambert sold six young cattle last week for 78Rosa tho little daugh ter of Mr and Mrs J B Coyle is very low with measles and not ox pected to live but a short time Evans C Terrel passed through hero last week with a nice bunch of cattle Rev J W Lambert and son J H were Berea visitors Saturday evening Mrs Mary Singleton of this place left last Tuesday for Springplace Ga whero she will make her future homoH Lambert of Combs Ky is hero visiting his childrenB L Poynter who has been very sick with measles is slowly improving Mrs Pnttio Montgomery visited Mrs Etta Lambert Monday Boss Robinson of Berea is hero loading chestnut wood- JACKSON COUNTY SAND GAP April 2W S Brackmau paid Jacob Hellard visit Sunday Tom Alcorn and wife passed through our correspondentG and a good days work was done Miss Sarah Brackman took dinner with her grandfather Jacob Hellard Sunday Berry Martin passed through our town Saturday on his way from Joseph Burkes whore lie had been on business Jim Fowler is talking of moving down on South ForkJ F Murcum and family visited his father T P Marcum Saturday and Sunday Bob Day has moved on to the farm which John Morris bought of John Jackson finelyfromglad ho is improving Hurrah for TUB CITIZEN and its many readers Tuscola III 3J W Todd visited I G Taylor last week Clarence Wil liams was a guest of R H Sopes this weokCurtis Martin was seen on our street last weekIt is reported that H Wylio of Wallccton and family aro coming to Illinois to live Those who have farms of their own in old Kentucky had better be content higherheroyears with much damage done to bridges No oats are yet sown and farmers are feeling bluoOats art 41 cents per bushel and corn 42 cents perbarrelMADISON COUNTY WALLACETON April 4Miss Lenea Rogers was FridayMrsrsick for tho past weekMiss Radio Wiley visited friends in Wallaceton for the past week Frank Corner returned from Illinois where ho has boon at workMiss Mary Caldwell died Thursday March 31 after a lingering illness of eleven months Miss Caldwell was a member of tho Baptist church Tho entire community extend their sympathy to tho sorrowing family Funeral services were conducted at tho Baptist church by Rev Bryant followed by burial Young Plants Every farmer knows that some plants grow better than others Soil may be the same and seed may seem the same but some plants are weak am others strong And thats the way will children They are like youn plants Same food same home same care but some grow big and Strong while others stay smalland weak Scotts Emulsion offers an difficultyCluld starvation not because of lack of food but because the food docs not feed Scotts Emulsion really feeds and gives the child growing strength Whatever the cause of weak growScottsit and rightSemi3o4t ft nowne ChIt 9 fend St New York juc anti Icoall drullltJi at Wallaces chapel Friday evening Tom Todd and Miss Maggie Chasteen were married last Wednes layWillio Rogers intcrtatucd u nuuder of young folks at his home Tuesday night Dan Bodkins sold to Steve Halcum u farm near Will laceton last weekJars Fannio Baker is very low with In grippe and mieasleshiss Susio Smith has openedn new millinery shop here Farmers are behind with their work in this locality on account of wet weather PEYTONTOWN March SOfic R II Monday held his regular church meeting hero SundayJars Ella Chcnault and Mrs Blaster Miller attended the funeral of Mrs Mattie Miller at Richmond MondayRev George Miller is visiting in Lexington and Paris this week Miss Maggie L Smith who has leen hero visiting loft to visit her sister in Cincinnati this morningJ C Burnam attend ed meeting hero Sunday Easter exercises were held at the church Sunday morning after which Rev G L Campbell preached the Easter sermon BUMMER 8PICER ARRESTED He Is Charged With the Killing of James Johnson UochBon Ky April 6 Bummer Spl cor confessed slayer of James John Km was ted by Doputy Sheriffs Hiram Centers and Sam Deaton Tues day at tho homo of Sam Callahan brother of Sheriff Ed Callahan Sill cot mado no attempt to escape and submitted to arrest quietly Johnson was killed lost Friday and Bplcer had been in hiding slnco that time John son was a nephew of J D Marcum who was assassinated last May Spl cer 15 a member of one of tho most prominent mountain families and U distantly related to Congressman South Trlmbla His pooplo will mako a strong legal fight for him sludge James Hargta will conduct tho exam ining trial CULTON8 BONDSMEN A Motion Will Be Made In the Circuit Court to Discharge Them Frankfort Ky April GTho ques tlon of forfeiting tho bond of Will Cul ton tho fugitive Ooobel conspirator was postponed In tho circuit court Tusdoy till Wednesday when Ills un derstood a motion will bo made to discharge tho bondsmen on tho ground that It was never tho Intention of tho commonwealth to try Culton but ho was brought hero from court to court for over three years to testify as a witness in tho trials of the other Goo bet conspirators Tho case against W B Taylor Charles Flnloy John Powers and others were continued because the defendants could not be found Increased the Assessments Frankfort Ky April Grho state board of equalization has accepted tho assessment of 13 counties In tho first appollato district but raised tho as sessment in five counties as follows Bollard HIckman and Crlttendcn 10 per cont on farm lands and 6 per cont on town lots Fulton 3 per cent on farm lands Trigg C per cent on farmhands Representative Day Is Worse Lexington Ky April GIt Is feared that the wishes of Carl Day tho Brcathltt county representative who Is dangerously at the hospital In this city that ho might bo permitted to dio In his homo county will not bo gratified Ho Is gradually sinking and unablo to recognize thoso at his bod side Purchasing Tobacco Carlisle Ky April GMr Towat tcr for tho Continental Tobacco Co was hero and purchased for local buyers a little over 2000000 pounds of tobacco at prices ranging from lOo to 10yc per pound This leaves only about 00000 pounds In tho countynot owned by the Continental Co disordered stomach may cause no IA of trouble When the stomach to perform its functions tho bowels become deranged the liver and kidneys congested causing num crone diffuses the most fatal of which aro painless and therefore o more to be dreaded The important thing is to restore the stomach and liver to a healthy condition and for this purpose no bottor preparation can be used than Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sno by S E Welch Jr Druggist For PainTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like Magic Not by paralysing the nervy and glands like opium morphine cocaine and other dangerous drugs but by In creasing tho natural secretions This action Is obtained as a result of modern discoveries In medicine making It possible to rellevo pain without bad aftereffects You can safely depend upon Dr Miles Antirain Pills to relieve and cure such pains aa Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc They will also by their calming net lod on tho nerves almossinstantly re hove such an DU ilncsi CarSickness Indigestion Irri tability Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by perse vering In their use you do away with the Muse Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills arc guar antccd that first packaco will benefit or your money back Never sold In bulk DrMllesh3vhndache mused by catarrh until six 1 cars Illsthemo relief Since then have not had one hard nttnck bccau o I take n rill OEOSAFREE Write to us for Free Trial Iarkngo of Dr Muss Anti itetnalyrorSpecialist will dlagnoi your tell you what Is wrong find how to right It COuuiortATomiis A Thoughtful Man M M Austin of Winchester Iud knew what to do in tho hour of need His wife had such an unusual caso of stomach and liver trouble physicians could not help her Ho thought of and triod Dr Kings New Lifo Pills nd she got roliof nt once and was finally cured Only 2f c at Fast End Drug Oos drug store Azbill Azbill Are headquarters for CORN HAY and FEED STUFF Of all kinds We Ire closing out a lot of china and tin ware alto a lot of Incas Pants and lints for loss titan cost for LW you can get n nice Hat and a pair of Pants Work Shirts from 20o to 30o regular SOc and 50c shirts Ono Milo Enst of Boron ou the lUg 11111 1lko Tho best physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver 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them with our reputation Como in and got our prices Thoy will persuade you to buy Bicknell Early Berea SyI000000000000000000000000000 0- i IT PAYS TO TRADE i WELCHSo 0 0o Wisdom means root Judgment Good judgment tnrana i0success when you apply your wisdom to business Viol lomn that Is why It pays to trade whorl Xllllue bought o j right and sold right anti you always got a square ideal 0 o 0- o Granulated Sugar 6c o Obelisk Flour 76c Elephant Corn lOc 3 lb Tomatoes 2 for 15c i3 bars ofLenox or Clairette soap 10c 4 lbs Package Gold dust 15c One gallon bucket syrup 25c Northern Seed Potatoes 125o 0 o 0 0 0 0Stock nil the way through in proportion this U why it 0 looks like everybody trades a- tWELCHSi i o U Ioooooooooooo010 +ad o Eo +o +010 Fo had o +o + 010 +o hod o ho +o ho Fod o +o +0o +01 + 0 f Flowers Flowers Flowers I o + i+ Hoses Carnations VSolcits etc Bwldlng Plant 0 in endless variety Palms and Ferns at all prigs J ohDesigns executed skilfully 1 It1o All orders tilled promptly 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