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JAMES MilTON RACER Editor and Publisher ItrtUfflf of tAt PoMeitt al fermi Ir QI second tlau etal matter t11+tlIt11IJ1tI11It11II I VOL V A Family Paper BElt EA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 14 lOOt One dollar a year NO 41 t IDEAS The ConjjrtMHlonal Ihtortlla light lit eruturu In Unit It makes goal kin dlliiK It dole not require n reader to discern when a wonmn uieuim It when l she nays no No couutcrffltor believes that adrcrt- UlUg pays lU lllH bUHllHBH TAKE NOTICE Remember there are only 2 wook left in which to make your guosara In our World Fair Contest The time is abort j make your guess at once FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho Anglo French colonial treaty web rllgllcd SpainditvlGreat dumngo tens done byearth ijuiiko in Macedonia in Europe ThomiiH McGovoru n Nationalist uitmbor of the English Parliament in dead in Ireland King Christian of Denmark wat ekghty Nix yearn of ago Friday I tin stated that there are now a liout 4X000 ItuKxian troops in Man chnria A St IVtentburg correspondent u Paris paper rungs n French agent iH negotiating for the Halo of ArgtMitiiu warwliijw to Russia Priiict Pu Lint nephew of the Enik n r of China III on lain way to represent tho Chinese Government at the St Louis WorM Fair AH u result of an ice gorge the vii lag not Verdun near Montreal Cana da in several feet deep in winter forcing three thoimand peoplo into tho upper tttorieH of the houses According to disp aches from Seoul n part of tho Japanese fighting line huN crowed the Yalu river and JIIIIUIIWI tnumjwrtH are landing supplies uninterruptedly on thu nhoren of the Yalu IN OUR OWN COUNTRY A blizzard with snow and sleet parted over Missouri Secretary Innyand the Cullen tin ifiter HignM a treatyof extradition Tho big hllttllHhll Virginia was Ruccorwfully launched at Newport XOWN Vn Thin heaviest snowstorm of tine sea HOII prevailed in South Dakota and railroad true le came to a Htandstill l A storm destroyed tho Japaniw bazar building at the Worlds lair grounds in St Louin No other buildingH were damaged A general strike of tho employer of tho National Dciiit Company in Now York just ordered will throw ono thousand men out of work Tho gutil ont Nanhvillo and tho tor pcdolx at destroyer I nwruncu will represent the United States naryat tho WorldH Fair John D Rockefeller linn given V00000 to Johns Hopkiim Univere ity to restore tho institutions income an realized before the Baltimore lire Tho Louisville until Nashville rail road Friday purchased n block of river front proper in Cincinnati for terminal purposes Tho prico was about 1000000 Jowjph F Smith president of tho Mormon Church stated at tho Bovontyfourth conference that plural marriages were prohibited1nllli thud violation of this ruling woudl lw punished by excommunication Tho members indorsed President Smiths statement COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho Kentucky Court of Appeals reassembled Monday for tho April term Thomas Martin n prominent young man of Morebond Ky was acciden tally shot and killed by Arthur Frank Dr Frederick W Hinitt president of 1arnoim College of Fairfield la WUH elected president of Contra Uiiivoniity by n unanimous vote to succeed tho hale Dr W C Roberts James Molntosh n returned sol dior was slot and killed on Big Crook in Porry county Friday morn big by Joo Milliard who is believed to bo hiding in tho mountains The honors of tho Hovcnteenth an mutt intercollegiate oratorical contest among tho colleges of Kentucky wero won at Georgetown Friday nightly Homer W Cnrpentor of Kentucky University The Waahburn Crosby Company ori Minneapolis Friday purchased tho Rabboth Milling Companyfi plant of Louisville for 54000 marking tho beginning of greatly expanded oivorutious in tho South 1- N tresBeru tycollogo Ne nr THE CtTIZEN OIOOIO +OlO +OlO +OIOlO+O +OolOlO aO olo +oo+ olo +o+ o o o 1 Greatest Temperance Orator 1 1 1 JOHN G WOOLEY i t Will speak in the Berea Tabernacle 1 1 at 3 p m t Monday April 18 o 0 1 Music by the Band Everybody Invited o 0 010 +o +o +00 Fo4 00+01010 +o ++00010010000100 +00l0 RUSSIAN SOLDIERS ENTERING PORT ARTHUR AND JAPA NESE SAILORS ON THE MIKASA la dub and during the Japanese Jack Tar linn already node a name for h11n elf during the present war He Is tniclont and enduring and U thoroughly ninenabte to dlsdpllno The upper picture shows a roliium of Itutwlta tnx t a entering Tort Arthur One of the citys torlll Is to c seen nt the left PARKER PROBABLE NOMINEE It looks very much now nit if Judgtt Alton It Parker of Kmv York would IK the Democratic iiomim for till presidency when the convention sleets in St louis in July His recent endorsement bIX President Cleveland huts created n sensation in political circles cold culled forth niacin comment The concciimm of opinion Keeiim to lx that this indorxemiiit will help Tudgo Parkers candidacy s1xcinllysine Senator Gorman of Maryland inns nisi advised his friends to support Parker The Hcarftt boom hints spent itself ninth it is doubtful whether he can enter tho convention with moro than 2X1 votes instructed for him A recent lolo gram Rent to his agent nt Indiana lapis after his defeat in both tho Kansas and Indiana conventions is Iwlieved to indicate thud ho in ready to abandon his candidacy This leaves Parker with practically clear field mull good pros cctH for tho nomination IS CRIME INCREASING- Few social questions aro asked moro frequently than What is tho increase of crime The national Census Unreal is seeking an answer to this inquiry It is undertaking to secure u record of all tho persons who ore sentenced to various jails penitenti series 11111 other prisons in time Unit ed Slates during time year 1001 TIll wardens of tho state prisons and tho sheriffs of tho counties are being requested to net as special agents to report certain fuels concern big every jwrKon delivered into thoir cestody Some counties have not been heard from In BOIIIO perhaps thero aro no jails in others perhaps the lo cal jails are no longer used iu still others the sheriffs have possibly neg lected tho matter nut tho records of the Census Bureau and tho resulting statistics will not bo complete until all are heard from and it is hoped thud tho pressure of other business will not catmo thofihorifT of any count ty to block this most Important in quiry Headquarters Changed Tho headquarters of tho Kentucky will bo moved this week from Louisville to tho Kentucky Building on till Expo sition grounds at St Louis The Sec rotary and Directors of Exhibits will open ollices in tho Kentucky Build big with assistants and therefore from this date nil exhibits for either the Kentucky Building consisting fino arts womans work relics etc or for the different exhibit daces consisting of minerals agri culture educational displays forestry etc should lo RhipJIl1clirtCt to the exposition The railroad companies freiJhthipnltntllbuilding for which they are desig nated in time exposition grounds Any railroad agent will compute these charges for exhibitors DEVELOPMENTS IN PETROLEUM DURING 1902 Time most active centers of bevel dllrinJIpluints report on the Production of Petroleum published by till United States Geological Survey ns pert of its manual volume of Mineral Hesourc es were West Virginia Kentucky Kansas Indian Territory Louisiana and California The Kentucky Field Tho year was a notable ono in tho development of southeastern Ken tacky as an oil region of importance It was the projection and almost tho completion of u trunk of pipe lice extending from ParkersburgW Vato Somerset Kywith brandies to tho BarlxHirsvillo Haglnnd and Preston burg fields This menus that tho crude petroleum developedalong the length of tho lino or within n reason able distance north and south of it can find a ready market without any additional exjenso to the producer A vast amount of development work wits done in Kentucky in 1002 but tine year can hardly bo called a profit able ono The total production of oil in Kentucky und Tennessee so faros hints been ascertainedlWII8 185331 barrels or a gain of 34 per cent val lied at 111011 Low Rates to Frankfort Account of State Meeting Grand Army of tho Republic tine Louisville II Nashville will sail roundtrip tickets to Frankfort on May 24th and 2uth at ono fare plus 25cents This will make the fare from Berea and return 210 Tickets good returning until May 27th Hear All- AH persons who have Catarrh Asth ma Bronchial or Throat Troubles should use Paracamph It relieves instantly and contains no opium or morphine of of that and comfort is one of our is for durability comfort will more for general family use than any made Our prices are as low as can good workmanship- and+ quality The great number of satisfiedcustomers that we have and without a dissatisfied one is proof that we can please you Information gladly Painting Repairing and Rubber pricesfdr KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C t C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky 25 t1ii11IttI 1I11l tiIf+ buy the best II +I CORNPLANTER on the market will buy the best 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cam roll Aildtrti PuriU 1111- J I 8TBVKNS ARKS ft TOOL CO POUDg2 4Chlropo Fall IliaM h 0 Jp t BYEO DAD Pops gut tj gj to town llyoby Popt got to put you down Dont you cry heft evening shadows fan- then we hear nlffbtMrd call rhea well forgot II all My Oh my epI not to kin yu now Kin tae by Ufti a such a rawdr dow Jly oh my opa got to go away Pop fat to work nil day out h come home to play By and My While the slow minutes R- OHyeeblM Pop wUl just ilrvum you Itrow ner of yon Dream of the evening sweet Druun of the girt hell meet Hell Lear your Ituchler sweet Sweet and true Hrfl UI will romp again Jut as glad forget the parting pnln- Ve hnve hal 3e drarle kiss me liy So dearie ilont you cry NuW wave mi flye nlye- ByooI Dad J M Lewi In Houston rAnt THE MISSISSIPPI BUBBLE J By EMERSON HOUGH I Author ofThe Story cftbe Cowboy to The Girl atlfceHaliwajr Boat Etc Coprlbt IMi by Kiutnou lioueM CHAPTER XXII UiNTixrEii A soberness had come over the habit Df the master minI of this little colon His hand took up the ax nnd forgot the sword and gun Day after day he stood looking about him exam ining and studying In little all the strange thIns which he saw seiklns to learn us much as might be of the timorous savages who In time began to straggle back to their ruined vii lages talking at best he might through such Interpreting as was pos sible with savages who came from he west of the Messasebe and from hoe south and from the far southwest hearing and learning anti wondering of a land which seemed as large as all the earth and various as all the lands that lay beneath the sun that went so glorious so new so hoard lets which was yet to be the home of coanUess heaithnres and the sites of myriad fields of corn Let others hunt and fich and rob Oil Indiana of their furs after the accepted fashion oft ho Sine as for John Law he must 1101- about him and think and watch this t rowing of the corn He saw it fairly frog Its beglnniss this growth of the maize this plant pt rn SY itilbroodbladedblem of all fruitfulness He saw hero and there dropped by the carelesti hand of some departed Indian woman the little germinating seeds just thrusting their palegreen heads up through the soil half broken by the omahawk HA saw the clustering green shoots numerous In the sign of plenty all crowding togethei and ilaaiorlng for light and life and air nnd room He saw the prevailing of the tall and strong upthrusttng stalks after the way of life saw the others dwarf nod whiten and yet cling on at the base of the bolder stem parasltea worthless yet existing after the way of lifeHo saw the gnat central stalks spring boldly up so swiftly that It al most seemed possible to count the successive leaps of progress He saw the strungribbed leaves thrown out waving a thousand hands of cheerful welcome and assurance these blades of the corn so much mightier than any blades of steel He saw the broad beckoning banners of the pale tassels bursting out atop of the stalk token of fecundity and of the future He caught the widedriven pollen as It whitened upon tit earth borne by the parent west wind mother of Increase He saw the thickening of the green leaf at the base Its swelling Its growth and expansion till the Indefi nite enlargement showed at length the incipient oar He noted tho flint brown of the ends of the sweetlyenveloping silk of the ear palegreen and often underneath the sheltering and protecting husk He found the sweet and milkwhite tender kernels row upon row forming rapidly beneath the husk and saw at length the hardening and darkening of the husk at Its free end which told that man might pluck and eat And then he sew the fading of the tassels the darkening of the silk and the crinkling of the blades nnd there borne on the strong parent stem he noted now the many fullrowed ears protected by their husks and heralded ter the tassels and tho blades Come come ye nil ye people Enter In for I will feed ye alJ This was the song jf the maize Its Invitation its coun sel Its promise Under the warped lodge frames which the fires of the Iroquois had spared there were yet visible clusters of the ears of last years corn Here under his own eye were growing yet other cars ripe for the harvesting and ripe for the coming growth A strange spell tell upon the soul of Law Visions crossed his mind barn In the soft warm air of these fecundating winds of this strange yet peaceful scene At time he stood and looked out from the door of the palisade when Ibn uralrlii mists were rUIux In the morning at tir i rn to of the sun and to his eyes thoiti waving leas cf grasses all seemed beckoning fields of corn These smokes coming from the broken tepees of the timid tribesmen surely they arose from the roofs of happy and contented homes These wreaths and wraiths of the twisting and wide MIlkIng mists surely these were the captains of a general husbandry Ah John Law John Law Had God given theo the right feeling and contented heart happy Indeed had been these days In this new land of thine own far from Ignoble strivings and from fevered dreams far from aimless Ecu files and unregulated avarice far from oppression anti from misery far from bickerings heartburnings and envy lags Ah John Law Had Rod but given theo the pure and wellcontented heart For here In the Messasebe that Mind which made tho universe ant set man to be one of Its Mtln inhabltarts surely that Mind had planned that man should come and grow In tMs place tall and strong and fruitful useful to all Clio world oven as this swift strong growing of the maize CHAPTER XXIII Tin imiNic OF CHANGE The breath of autumn came Into tho air The little flowers which had dotted the grassy robe of the rolling hills had long since faded away under the crdent sun and now there appeared only the denuded stalks of the mul leins and the flaunting banners of the goldenrod The wild grouse shrank from the edges of the little fields and joined their numbers Into genera Lands which night and morn crossed the country on sustained and strong winged flight The plumage of the young wild turkeys stalking In droves among the open groves began to emu late the Iridescent splendors of their elders The marshes above the village became the home of yet more numer ous thousands of clamoring wild fowl cod high up against the blue there passed on the southbound journey the harrow of the wild geese wending their way from north to south across an unknown empire A chill came into the waters of the river so that the bass and pike sought out time deeper pools The squirrels busily hoarded up supplies of the nuts now ripening The antlers of the deer and the elk which emerged from the concealing thickets now J CAUGHT A QUillSK OK SOMKTHlNO showed no longer ragged strips of velvet and their tips were polished In thu preliminary fitting for the fall season of love and combat There came nights when the white frost hung heavy upon bro2d1lEaCedmaize leaves andset aflame the foliage of thin maples all along the streams and decked In a hundred flamboyant tones the leaves of the sumach and all the climbing vines As all things now presaged the com- Ing winter so there approached also the time when the little party so long companions upon the western trails must for the first time know division Dti Mcsne making ready for the return trip over the unknown waterways back to the lakes as hall been deter mined to be necessary spoke of It as though time journey were but an affair of every day Make no doubt Monsieur Las said he that I shall ascend this river of time Illlnl and reach Mlchlganon well before the snows Onre at the mission of the Mlamls or the village at the river Chlcaqua I shall bo quite safe for the winter If I decide not to go farther on Then In the spring t make no doubt I shall be able to trt our furs at the straits If I like not the long run down to the Mountain Thus you see I may be with you again some time within the following spring I hope It may be so my friend replied Law for I shall miss you sad ly enough Tie nothing monsieur you will us well occupied Suppose I take with mo Katalklnl and Kabayan perhaps also rote Grls That will give us four paddlers for the big canoe and you will still have left Pierre Nolr and Jean to say nothing of our friends tho Illlnl hereabout who will be glad enough to make cause with you In cass of need I will leave Wabana for madame and trust she may trove of service See to It pray you that she observes tho olllces of the church for methlnks unless watched Wabtna Is disposed to become careless and un Christianized This I wlll look to said Law railing Then all is well resumed ju Meanc anti my absence will bo but a little thins as we measure It on the trails You may find a winter atone in the wilderness a bit dull fur you may tall duller than were It In London or oven In Quebec Yet twill pass and In time we shall meet again Perhaps tame good father will be wishing to rome back with me to set upa mis Ion among ho Illlnl These good fathers they so delight In losing fin per and oars amid noses for the Cool of the chiTfU tNiugjv here the thvrch he glorified therein I some times cannot say Perhaps some leech mayhap some artisan Nay ts too fur n spot Iu Mosne to tempt other than ourselves Upon the contrary rather Monsieur laa It Is matter 5ur laughter to see toe efforts of Louis and his ministers to keep New France chained to the S Lawrence Yet my good Icrd governor might as woll puff out his cheeks against tho north wind as to try to keep New Prance front pouring wet into the Messasebe and as much inlgtft be said for those Rood rulers of tlio Kngllsh colonies who are seeking ev4r to keep their people east of the khi ghanlej TIs the old world over again there In the St Lawrence said Law night you are Monsieur Las exclaimed Du Mosne New France Is but an extension of the family of Louis The Intcudant reports every thing to the king Monsieur Soand so is married Very well the king must know It Monsieurs eldest daughter Is making shecp3 eyes at such and such a soldier of the regi mono of the king Very well this is weighty matter of which the king must be advised Monsieurs wife becomes expectant of a fan and heir Tie meet that I nuls the Great should bo advised of this Mother of Go TU a pretty mess enough back there on the St I awronre whore not n lion may cackle over Its new Iald egg but the king must know It and where not a family line meat enough for Its chil dren to eat nor clothes enough to cover them My faith In that poor medley of little lords and lazy vassals hqw can you wonder that the best of us have risen and taken to the woods ettis we who catch their beaver for them and If Got and tho king bewlll ing some time we shall got a ctrtalt price for our beavor provided God aud the king furnish currency to pay us and that the governor the priest nud the iiUondant ratify the acts of God and the king Law smiled at the sturdy vehemence of time others speech yet there ttl5 something of soberness In his own reply Sir eald he you see here my fit tie crooked rows of matzo Look you the beaver will pass away but the routs of the corn will never be torn out Here Is our wealth Du Mcsne The sturdy captain scratched his mead I only know for my part said he that do not care for the settlements Not that I would not be glad to see tho king extend his arm further to the west for these sullen English are Crowding us more iind more along our borders Surely the land belongs to hint who linda It Perhaps better to him who can bath find and hold it But this soil will one day raise up a people of IU own Yet as to that rejoined On Mesne as the two turned and walked back to the stockade we are not here to handle the attain of either Louis or William Let us een leave that to mon sieur the Imeudact and mouftent time governor and our friends the tern owls and the black crows the Uerollets and the Jesuits I mind to call this spot home with you If you lllp I shall bo back as soon as may be with the things we need sail we shall plant here no starving colony but one good enough for tho home of any man Monsieur I wish you very well und I may congratulate you on your daugh ter A heartier Infant never was horn anywhere on the water trail between the Mountain and the Messasebe What name have you clinton for the young lady Monsieur I have decided said John law to call her Cathnrlne CHAPTER XXIV rocs SUVAIKS Had nature Indeed Intended Law for the wild life of the trail and had ht Indeed spent yenta rather than months among these unusual scenes he could hardly have been hotter fitted for the part Hardy of limb keen of eye tire less of foot with i hand which any weapon fitted his success as hunter made his companions willing enough to assign to him the chase of time bison or tho stag so that he became not only patron but provider for tIll camp Sonic weeks after the departure of Du Mesne Law was returning from the hunt some miles below the station His tall and powerful figure har dened by continued outdoor exercise was scarce bowed by the weight of the wild buck which ie hare across his shoulders Ills eye accustomed to the Instant readiness demanded In the voyageurs life glanced keenly about taking in each Item of the scene eaglet movement cf the little bird on the tree the rustling of the grs where a rab bit started from Its form the whisk of the gray squirrels tall on the limb far overhead The touch of autumn was now in the air Time leaves of the wild grape vne were falling The oaks had donned garments of somber brown time hickories had lost their leaves while here and there along the river shores the flaming sentinels of time maples had changed their scarlet uniform for tine of duller hue The wild rice In the marshes hind shed its grain upon the mud banks The acorns were loosen- Ing In their cups Fall In the west gorgeous beautiful had now set In of all the seasons of the year that most loved by tho huntsman tall lean man clad In buckskin ITbls savage brown almost as a sav active and as alert seemed to fit not ill with these environments nor to lack either confidence or content ment He walked on steadily follow ing the path along the bayou bank and at length paused for a moment throw Ing down his burden and stooplnsto drink at the tiny pool made by the lIUlc rivulet which trickled down the of the bluff Here he bathed his faceI and hands in the cool stream for moment abandoning himself to rest which tho ranter earls if as when at length he lId his orn1 MU turned to resume nls burden ha h tuiplclotis eye caught a gllmisc oi something which sent him In a flal below time level of the tjr iiM anc thence to the cover of a tree trun As he gaiud from his hldin ptvc ho saw this tawny waters 01 he bavin broken Into a long series of uiv mInt ripples Mussing the fringe cf wli rice swimming down bencvh tti heavy cordage of the wild grapcvj s there carne on two canoes rut rlj whichIman full proof of their western or n In the low of the foremost boat at Law could now clearly see sa Mender young man clad in tho rat iorrt now soiled and laded of a cap lain vu the itrltlsh army His ioai was IIPi by four dusky lucaicra Indians of tie east Stalwart put rrtl sllimt they sent the croft nn down stream their keen eyes glanrhi Il ly from one point to the other of the overchancing panorama yet llridltij nothing that would seem to arrant pause thick of the first bust t n short distance iame a kindred craft ts crew comprising two white men ahdwo In then paddlers Of the while teen one might have been n potty ntlloer tin other perhaps a private soldier It was then as Du Moane had said livery party bound Into tho west must pass this very point upon the river at the Illlnl lint why should these be present here Were they friend or toes So queried the watcher tonna and eager as a waiting panther tint crouched with straining eye behind tits shelterlnRttree As the leading boat swung clear of the shadows the man In time prnw turned his face scanning closely the shore of the stream As he tlllsoLaw half started to Ills feet nnd a moment later stepped from his or41- mlnt He Hazed again and again doubting what he saw Surely Ihost leancut handsome features Could bo long to no man but his former friend Sir Arthur Pembroke1 Yet how could Sir Arthur be hrro1 What could be his errand and how had he been guided hither There Bidden Questions might upon the instant have confused a brain ready as that of thin observer who paused not to rifled hat this meeting seeming i Im possible wan In fact the most 1at lira thing In the world Indeed could 5catvf have been avoided by anyone traveling with Indian guides down the waterway to the klMMscbe The keen eyes of the red pa Mlon caught sight of the crushed grass at the little landing on the bayou baik even as l aw rote from his hid tit place A swift concert sweep of iipaddles sent the boat circling out int midstream and before Law knew I he was covered by half a dozen guns He hardly noticed this ills own fart he left leaning against a tree ant his hand was thrown out high In Ron of him u he tame on railing out tc those in the stream He hevj Uii command of the leader In the W1t and a moment later lath caning swung Inshore ITo Ne Continued Stiinliy n Plulilrr A thoroughly good ran was heft M Stanley whom first met in the Askiiml expedition No noise m danger ruffled his nerve and he ittoit- ai cool and ctlfpnasvMcd as If In had been at target practice Tin after time aa I turned In his illwiior I saw him go down to n kneeling pc ltlon to steady his rifle us lie plies the nest daring of the enemy with i neverfalling aim It la necrly n years ago and can still nee l efoi in the closeshut lips und trllllnHrepression of his manly fare which when he looked In my turn lion told plainly had near me ar Englishman In plain clothes whom u danar could appal Had I felt In dined to run away the cool firm ua flinching manliness of that tare WOJ1I have given the realm course bad been previously somewhat prejudice by others against him but all match feelings were slain nnd burled al Amoaful From lord WoUeUyi Recollections A Illrrt Irlrmttlilp The rector of Woolstone Mr Gilbert Coventry has just told mo of a tllt rockdove which one of his stable boys had reared from the nest II slept In the open however and ttsf full liberty Soon the good things ot time rectors table attracted It and would appear through the open window at meal times take hot soup with much zest and even sip sherry from the wineglass At night It otter iillppcd In and slept In time rectors led m Its back under the coverlet On Sunday morning during time rending o the lesson the dove law swiftly thrrugfc nn open window nto time church oat settled on time rectors head Hroai fmlles spread over the faces of tin elders and audible titters came fruit the youngsters A gentle touch cent the bird down to the edge of the clerks desk below where It sat undisturbed Pall Mall Gazette SiinirtliiifN II SriMirwIrx A teacher In our graded uchools wa Impressing upon the pupils In her claw tho great value of the Atlantic cabl In bringing time different countries closer together keeping thiin In touct with each outer thus promoting theli social and commercial relations filu dwelt at length upon her explanation and when she had made hoi point very clear by way of summing up whit shy had said she asked time queslon Nov how many can tell me what one thin upltcs more people than day uth v timing In our uurld One hand rose higher than the rest Bertha you may tell u class listen said the teacher Matrimony said lies tha Woa aaa Home Companion DR V H HOBSON to Dentist to TvvtoroitoniL Tho Bost Family Salvo DoWitta Witch Hazel gives mutant relief from Burns cures Guts Bruises Sores Eczema Teller and till abrasions of the skin In buying Witch hazel Salvo it is only uooesarv to ace that you get I he genuine DaWittn and n cure is certain There am mnuy cheap counterfeits on the market all of which are worthless and quito a few are dangerous while DeWitt Witch Hazel Salvo in perfectly harm less amid cures Sold br last End Drug Co m wur M Ck J p Wl mpttr obtID rsad r a eftIkrorraOIlwla2yDPP IAGroat Sonsatlon way it big sensation in LltfI ville Inil wheu W H Brown of that plnco who was expected to die had his life waved by Dr Kings Now Dis covert for Consumption Ho writes endured iuiufTdrable agonies from Asthma but your Sow Discovery gave tne iunnedinto relief and soon thereafter effected n oomploto cure Similar curve of Consumption Pneu monia Bronchitis and Grip nro num erous IIH tho ptforltttM remedy for nil throat and lung trouble Price fiOc and SI 00 Ouainiilued by East End Drug Co Druggists Trial bot ties free fi Goon MesiBDl For 87n I will sine br ipiw snot prpsld TIrrb rompltt Hnwith Clt ll ttrr lIlftt with itratotTELEGIwIII A faetnamnt nodr tint will rat Uroa to ears- good eata- ad lof MTTIjtph C Ulnr which buqalU s varltr tact tprilii or tJr tli ukhM wtli seas k T Catalog HERMAN C TAFEL VIDTTIIIna CL1CTKIC1L H4tWtttltt PnOMCtti LOYtt ar Au Dont Tako Any Chancos On having blood poisoning or ugly sears from a Burn Cut or Bruise but use PHrncnmph freely It relieves instantly and it heals quickly there by saving you time worry and monoy ParC8mpb heals without drying and scabbing Every motherfihould keep a bottlo in her home every dog in the year REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for homespun and home woven good such as bed coverlids linen tines linsey jeans blanket etc at follow log prices Covorlids 14 to 16 Linen 40 to 60 cents a yard Dress Linsey GO cents a yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brows wool or bark dJM13 a pair White linsey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Corerlida must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2I yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned home made dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what time College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For Information apply in person or by letter tc Mrs Hettie W Graham Beret Ky Rheumatism Is Duo To n good many causes It mny have cottiu as a iitfliilt of your work It stay i have COIIIO from exposure on time battle field hilt no matter what limn cause it can bo iuBtantly relieved by thn free UHO of Paracaniph This wonderful remedy opens tho pores of tho akin induces sweating stinniliiteH the cir culation thereby removing tho con gestion and drawing out all fever BoreueHH and iuflamatiou Try a bottlo today nod be convinced Is your harnessp In good repair Spring plowing will noon bw here Out rowdy for it beforehand by put ting your harness in good ahiipe from our splendid line of Collar Tads Collars Hack Bands Brills Ilntuu Chains Hreoching Trace Chain Humes etc If you need n Now Set of Harnw wo have tbn best Our prices are ex Iromely low when you consider tin qualityT J MOBERLY Lain Street IKfhmoMil gy Good for Children Tho pleasant to lake and harmless Ono Minute Cough Cure gives immediate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LuOrippo because it does not pass immediately into thostomach but takes effect right at the seat of time trouble It drawn out tho inflam mation heals smut soothes nnd cured permanently by enabling tho lungs to contribute pure lifo giving and life sustaining oxygen to tho blood and 1 tissues Ono Mi nil to Cough Cure ia pleasant to take and it is good alike for young mutt old Sold by Hut Hud Drug Co MONUMENTS taluryinraelle end Marble Work of all kiniU dons in a workmanlike manner nt tea enable prices sadwith dispatch Allwork gun auti ed b- yGOLDEN FLORA f RICHMOND Ky xbtnrf Hiln sad Colitis Stre atL h J J AZBILLS Is tho place to Kt your Blacksmith f ing date Vo have the tools and the skill Horseshoeing1 50c IWe are headquarters for work low prices ICverybouy tome Bun HILL PIKE MILE EAST BKRFI jIFREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS On the popularNHENDERSON ROUTE BetweenILOUISVILLE EVANSVILLEST The WEST And SOUTHWESTAs ofrFron Reclining Chair Car service between and St Louis Louisvillolthink it would traveling to Get the Hen dorson Route habiLfItw- lUus Ask us about it L J Irwin Seal Pass Agt- See L tarratt Tray Pass Art LOUISVILLE KY uiLI CITIZENI I faaiaaaaaafiaaatttirliaa The Home JBHNIB LESTER HILL EdItor 11111111111111111111111 Thn luclnilrlul Itrrnlallan They spun anti knitted the nun wnYIIAnwnysTheround The uptiidle hummed and the laughter runi Ah lioiirit work had a merry sound Will n the world win young They whirringloom daysFardOIIThey by one No Pang li SUIIK and no tale In tout And Ihrrra little mirth beneath the sun For the wottd II old Harrold Johnson FALSE IDEAS OF EDUCATION trmn TII ttat nr E r iR the education of our children let IIH Ixi careful to give them right irons of the valuoof an education Too many young men Red women lookUpOIl education IIH a nn aiin of escaping hunt work lint lit ono over attained nary ainotint of HIIIVCHN in any calling without a great deal of IaIMlrtIlllt boys or thud girls edu cation in nil wrong which teaches him orher to feel almvo those who are lalxir infill Home hlllllhltr piItrt than them stlvtMlI honest work whether it tilt work of till President ofour land or till work of the common day lul xirer is nohlo if nobly dontfhtrt an not xjsilions for Ir one p111erMIttt fillwith credit till smaller jKjuitioim tliun only half creditably to fill the higher ones TIll education of our daughters whether wo are ibis to give them 0111II common sehxityl iiiatinn or a college education should include a thorough training in till duties rtaining to tilt euro of tit homo If wo keep them from till homo dntiori in order that they inay Ixcomo proficient in music art or literature whun they como to take charge of a homo of their own thtywill fool the lack in their education TIlt world Reels gcxl rooks homo kttJIIIrH warts anti mother as mulch as it needs good olhcors at tho head of its affair MnsI M DAVIM Mansfield Penn ttHH1lIlMlliHW IrH r I The School JOHN WIRT DINSMORE Editor HHHIHI IIKIHHHH THE SCHOOLHOUSE AS A STANDARD IfWO not n building that in nttrac r tint with tnvx moist it nud with poinn rccoii sal tend llowor lxvhs in Mimmortiino nut withII whole anti bright Aintrinin flag lloatin uvar it 1wasxlmll Iw llkily to find that things nro nlNiiii as tlioy should IK inniilt If tilt building lookII I1It1 tho grounds nro unkopt ami the Hag rag glClwo Hhall lo likely to nntl that f this Hchoolhouso is dirtyauad healthful V 0 shut also Ixi likely to find that tho teacher is lazy tho pu hills lUtleHH and llio work of little ac count Thorn may cases in which this is not Clothes do not make the man it is true hilt in normal bus ness conditions clothes indicate the iiiilitics of tho tuna A business who is cleanly nut neatly dress ed is probably a much letter ami stronger tuna than ono who looks shabby Ixscalutu tho hotter man will usually look well So a rickety and particularly dirty schoolhouse is almost its curtain proofof a weak School Peoplo who know tho valuo HlxxlIWowiThe Teachers Reward citjjM Dear Teacher When I left wont West and 1m vo tntveletl over tho Kockics I was in tho mines Rpectillgilltho Alice Jfroirn mine Enclosed is a cheek for five hundred dollars tho first gold taken from tho mine Take it It is yours You earned it get lung tho bail oit of mo I have been fifty thousand dollars for tho mine When it is sold I nit coining to sea tho woman who made a man l out of a bad boy I remain as over Yourse1Jg HUOOLES II WEDDING RINGS I FOR llltly years wo have Lui our reputation III highcuts Jew Irs You are therefore jnitastafe In ordering by man horn us III II you perwnWiil and roll to ice us when In the City Irlon Clrardet li Co tM W JJuiit tcttotllft Kj 11111111111111111111111 The Farm SILAS CIIEEVBU MASON Editor 1111111111111111111111111I FARMERS INSTITUTES AccomplishtInn =Till Indriiriidml IbtltbtIThe Ifinnnil tor farmers Institutes lit Kiiiulno whoa local communities sire wlllliiK to pay all txpinwn In owe the Htnte tumble to Kraut their rojuuHtii ruse Alvn Apt In National Stocktnnn In the Hint week of Jiinuary I nttundiM two such nuttliiKtt In Indiana while on my way to Mlniiccota The nit out wan at CartlinKi and It lists nut boon my privilege to l e present at a more cntliuuliiMtlc iiuftliiK anywhore thU unison There a clout number of tho FrkMlfl at CurtluiK to remind one conxtantly of towns In Cheater county Pa Kvliloiices of prosperity are on cv Imntl The lust tow years have 1Bern exceptionally profltahle ones III the corn belt unit the fannera tire very Kind that thy are on earth At thIs Itmtlluto we haul Mr S l McMnlmn and Mrs Virginia Meredith two veteran limtltute ln tnictorn of the state Mr McMiihan probably knows an intich about rom In known and that men tin a great dent It has been n revelation to me to learn how thor mushily these breeders of corn have Htudltil nod developed tbU grain They are sifter an ear of corn that to ed that It contains a high rillI of grain that rich In protein vitality and very prolllle That means deep winlge shape thick grains with big geruiH nil plaecdxon a cub tint holds HH thlcknenH to the tip and that tll covemi with grain to the very tip- Then are Htatc farther east whose corn growers would be pleaRcd anti profited by the Information Mr McMn him had about our great Anurlcan real Mrs Meredith la a farmer and n breeder of Shorthorn cattle whose np ntatton extends over many states She has been Riiccessful because she has ability tutu a love for her work From her example we do not Infer that worn en should or should not turn to farm management for n livelihood All de pends upon the Individual We do learn however that If an Individual has ability and natural Inclination that person may win In practical fanning whether man or woman The other Independent Institute wnllI at rittsttoro Inu In the corn where hogs have been adding to the wealth of the inople Many ladles at tended the meeting and the Institute committee arranged early In the non to secure Mrs J W Hates ono of tho well known Indiana workers to discuss topics of special Interest to housekeepers Tho Interest of the plO isle In all subjects on the pro nIllItrH was of the sort that should cause all speakers to An their txxt work Buy your Engagement and Wedding Rings From thin largest and boat stock of guaranteed goldfilled and solid gold riJbtCIIA J Thompson Opposite Htirdetton Mill Bores Ky Sciatic Rheumatism Curod- I have benn subject to sciatic rheumatism for E 11 Waldron of Wilton Junction Iowa My joints wore still Mid gave me much pain and discomfort My joints upIhave been thoroughly cured Have not had n pain or ache from tho old trouble for ninny mouths It is cer tainly n most wonderful liniment For sale by FE Welch Jr Druggist BILLY Will mnko tho season of 1901 at Mose Anglins Barn filly is n block jnck 13 hands high seven years old TERMS 1C to insure living colt Mon oy duo when mare is parted with MORo Atiglin Disputnntn Ky Bring your watch clock and jewelry repair work to W B Robe Co Shop over postollice Prices low All work guaranteed Wo have tho best outfit in this end of Madison county NothliiK Kiiml to Clnunlmrlnlna Colic Cliolern Mini liUrrliuon llnnr ly for bowel Ceniilnliit In Children Wo have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in our family for years says Mrs J B Cooke of Nederlnuds Texas We have given it to all of our children We have used other medicines for the same purpose but never found any thing to equal Chamberlains If you alwayslcuro VESSEL WRECKED Steamer Colon of Pacific Mail Steamship Co Went Ashore on Point llcincdios LARGE NUMBER OF PASSENGERS Reef Where She Struck One of tho Most Dangerous mi the Central American Coast The Colon Was a Sister Ship of the Collma Which Was Lost Off Manzanlllo About Seven Year Ago Panama April J3Tho steamer Co lon of the Pacific Mall Steamship Coos Yale went ashore on Point Komedlos at the same placo where the American steamship Nicaragua and the DriUsh vessel Cherhoon wero lost Capt vine managed to steam out from Poln- Ilemedlos and tho Colon Is now lyin on the beach close to tho Acajutla wharf three miles from Point Iteme diM No other facts arc known by the agents horo- SlIn Francisco April 13Tho steam or Colon Is In command of CapL Wil- Liam A Irvine one of the oldest mast ters In the service of tho Pacific Mall Steamship Co Ho has for years been in command of steamers of tho com pany on the Panama route and he Is considered ono of the most careful navigators of tho lino Thoro warf a big list of passengers In the cabins of tho vessel when she went out of this harbor but most of them wore bound for j orU north of Acajutln Those however who wont from here on tho steamer were going through to Pana ma and would have been aboard th craft when also struck wore Miss C N Powell Miss II Oln on- O A Rowan W S Vincent Miss K Schmld Ueut B W Wood M T DcChassa Rev and Mrs J II Prime- and r Rev and Mrs S V Dille The vessel had left Acajutla Monday afternoon bound for Panama and she had only gone about 15 miles when she hit on the rock Tho reef whoro th vessel struck Is considered ono of the moat dangerous along tho Control Am erican coast and many vessels have found graves on It According to sea faring men who know the root tho steamer was unfortunate In getting afloat after striking and getting back to tho harbor of Acajutla Tho Colon was built In In 1873 and was a sister ship of Collma which was lost oft Manxanill- about seven years ago Tho Colon w ono of tho first Pacific mall to bo taken as a transport when th ships wero needed by the United Statue to send volunteer soldiers to tho Philippines She made many trip noose the Pacific In Urn transport service A largo number of vessels have been wrecked on Remedies Reel cm which tho Colon struck SHOWS SIGNS OF LIFE The Funeral Services Over the Body of a Young Girl Postponed Toledo 0 April 13 Funeral aorv lees which were to have been held Wednesday over the body of an 18 yarold daughter of Jacob Warnlmont a farmer residing near Miller City Putnam county have been postponed as It Is believed tho girl may not bo dead Sho was taken suddenly ill Sun day and three hours later apparently died Tuesday whllo an undertaker was preparing tho body for burial ho discovered signs of life It Is thought tho girl Is In a trance INURSES TERRIBLE MISTAKE She Used a Bottle of Carbolic Acid For One of Sweet 011 f Duluth Mlnn April 13 Mistaking a bottle of carbolic acid for ono of sweet oil a nureo employed by Frank Hoyt of this city bandaged a three daysold Infants stomach with a cloth saturated with the poison from tho effects of which tho llttlo ono died In awful agony When tho woman dis covered her mlstako sho attempted to swallow what remained of tho drug In an effort to commit suicide but was prevented The Governor Vetoed the Bill Annapolis Md April 13Oov War field Tuesday vetoed tho bill recently passed by the Maryland legislature abolishing spring elections In the city of Baltimore Tho system of holding municipal elections In tho spring has been In vogue In Baltimore city for the past six years Killed Sweetheart and Himself Batavia N Y April 13Clydo Ore 35 years old who halls from Wisconsin shot and killed Addle Blossom 23 years old Tuesday and then killed himself Tho couple were to have been married two weeks ago when a rival appeared Changed the Date St Louis April 13Tho executive committee of tho board of directors of the Worlds fair Tuesday decided not to close the exposition gates until next Sunday night It had previously been decided to close until opening day April 30 Will Be a Feature of the Exposition San Francisco April 13Tho bat talion of Filipino scouts under com mand of MaJ Carrington which has been here for some time left on a ape vial train for St Louis where they will bo ono of the features of tho cx fioalUon n 5000000Cash Given Away to Users of LION COFFEEWe are going to be moreliberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion Coffee Not only will the LionHeads cut from the packages be good as heretofore for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers but In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums the same LionHeads will entitle you to estimates In our 5000000 Grand Prize Contests which will make some of our patrons rich men and women You can send in as many estimates as desired There will be TWO GREAT CONTESTSThe first contest will be on the July 4th attendance at the St Louis Worlds Pair the second relates to Total makingt400005500000g1I Five LionHeads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a cent stamp entitle you In addition to the reg ular free premiums to one vote in I either contest WORLDS FAIR CONTEST What will be the total July 4th attendance at the St Louts 3273oploys office Toledo Ohio on or belore June 30th we will give tint price forth nearest correct estimate second price to the neat nearett etc etc ai follows 1 Pint Prize 2BOOOO 1 second Prlie 100000 2 Prizes joooOO each 100000 sooOO1O lOOOOO OOOOO 20 Prliei 6000 100000DO Prliei 2000 100000 250000lUOO 2000000e to the one who is nearest correct on both contests and thus your estimates have two Iopportunities of winnlnga big cash prize Ivoteevery Lion Coffee Pack age The 2 cent stomp covers the expense of our acknowledgment to ItimatelsPRESIDENTIAL VOTE CONTEST- What will be the total Popular Vote cast for President votes lor all candidate combined at tho election November 190J la 1900 election 139J96S3 people voted lor 1resldent For nearosttcor rect estimates received In Woolson Spice Cos office Toledo 0on or befoYo Nov 51 I we will give tint pure the nearest ror rect estimate second prize to tbe next nearest etc tcai follows 1 First Prize J26OOOO 1 Second 100000 2 Prizes 100060 each 100000 5 Prizes 20000 100000 10 Prizes 10000 100000 20 Prizes 6000 100000DO Prizes 2000 100000 26O Prizes 1000 250000180O Prizes OOO OOOOOO r1 2 13O PHIZES TOTAL S2OOOOOO 55000to4279 PRIZES 4279 I COMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS IN EVERY PACKAGE OFia9LION COFFEE 1 01NOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO Y o +o +o +o+o +o +o +0+o hod o+00+o +odod o +040 +o +o +o+o +o +o +o +o+o +o +o +o+o +o +o+o +opod orrou 0 h1 M 3 M 1 ltif s o i+ 0OUR MOTTO ISUNDER BUY AND UNDER SELL t OFOa You can rest Assured your dollar if invested bore burs better and more valuo than is obtainable 9 + elsewhere Our customers must not take it for granted that everything in Cotton Goods has gone o- of up because other houses say so for if you will get our prices in this department you will Hud them ipractically tho same old ones as we bought long before the unsettled state of the market We will sell Indian Linen at C 7J 8i 10 12 J 15 IS 20 and 25c per yard See our nice Voile Melange at ICc 0 per land do not fail to purchase a suit off of this gooos tit0 want to ask you to inspect our stock of o o before purchasing and let us place before you our Sheer White India Linen + i White Victoria and I Nainsooks anti Dimities and a beautiful line of White Madras + Tho above goods are worth more money but owing to a large purchase before the advance we are 0 0enabled to sell them at money saving prices to every purchaser We will sell you Ginghams at o- o 8j and lOc per yard Draperies 8J 10 and 12J up to S5c per yard i+ o IN OUR Brass head tacks Gc t+ o Clothing Department 0Mouse+ wo have a larger stock to select from than ever 1 + Tho neat dresser will gratify his wants when once 0 t his oo rests upon our mammoth stock of o o ing London fashions and tho prices will actualNotions 1o ly surprise you when you find such good valul1IPins lo Needles Ic r+ at sucn prices Mens Suits from lro upTapo Ic d t to S12flO Boys Suits from 98o up to 375 curlers 3 4 G 8c 1- o When you purchase a Suit let us put in a JohnMemorandum io B Stetson Hat for only 1375 Day books 5o upl+ q Ledger C Journals heavy bound loather tipped o 200 7Gc +pages 0Shoes Dolls 6 lOc Ouro Shoe Bargains are great Mens and G Lead pencils Gc t o Ladies Shoes from 89c up to W Decorated crepe paper IGo 0 Iaperette boxes 10 IGc 1- o + 30 Sheets paper Gc Notion Hardware 0+ GO envelopes Go i Files 8 6 80 Window Shades 8 to 25c o 0 Tacks Ic box Grandpas Wonder Soap 4c i- o + 6 Tea spoons 4c Trunks 25 to 1000 + + 6 spoons Go 2 00Hair brushes 10 to 850R o G Corsets oI IMachineo 0 hooks Go doz If they lacked the grace to give them style + oDover egg beater 9o did it occur to you that the fault might bo not so o Shaving brushes G lOo much in the gown as in the corset 0o Metallic hair brushes 10 15c R G Corsets make a foundation over which to Rubber rings Go garments art made with style and fit + + Rubber toys to GOc Discerning women of fashion say 0Toy hatchet f o are a necessary Rid to good form and correct dressoo 610 IGo No 827 Price 100 Straight front deep t+ 6 x 6 Shelf bracket lOc hip produces most successfully the slender long + i 10 x 12 Shelf bracket 25c eflect which the new style costumes demand o Fish hooks 10 doz o 6 25 Lb spring balances t 70C+ Pools cottage barometer ome and see our Mattings + oBeautiful osst of jardiniere at 26 29 M 39 Carpets and Oilcloth o 0 0 tt E V ELDER o RichrnondKyt + ou o4 o4004 04 ao4 OlotO +O oo ot OIOJOz010101010 000 o 0 o o o O +oo J The Citizen in 1 iirxsi ire FAMILY Nzwsuna PnblUhed every Thnrsdtr at Beret Rf JAMES M RACER Editor and Pubibher- 10Se0RIPTION RATIH rATABLB ADVAXC- pale Mz nonthi Three soothe nand money bT Post one Mow g title loner Ur a Cheek rah UtMl Lstwr a one and two act suuaps- Tk bat tray your name shows to whet yonr subscription ti paid U It b DM Ihrss rests skier Mndtog M bszeoberlben Ul wishing THl Cintx the of their tab ahaloo0diyHotify ni at egos ofiany dunnCln yonr ad INM giving both old cud ntw addreuaa- IflMlBS Knmben due 10 wrappers ooralni in the salt or otherwise b sup lied II we are otlOtd Aget Want4 In every beauty Write 1- 0lenil undlni us four sew yeer rabsertpnooswlll reeeife Tae CITIIIK Iris III year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firatclaaa Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop IB connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop IyCourt PBESH OYSTERSIio CELERY CRANBERRIES ETC Always on hand at Skssraoss JOES ice II Joea Corner Richmond Ky DR M E JONES tie Dentist Office Over Printing office BEau KT Office Daya Wexlneaday to end of the week A J THOMPSON GENERAL MERCHANDISE Fruits and vegetables a specialty OPPOSITE BURDETTES MILL Berea Ky THE OLD SPEED- WELLButcher Shop MEATS Tender and Juicy The Famous Jellico COAL at wholesale or retail BOARDING by the week day or meal R D MASSIE Prop Main Street Berea Ky THOSE No 72- GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS VEGETABLES and STATIONERY Lunch counter Agent for Langdon Bread Your patronage is solicted T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Ky THOSE No 73 Miller House fitted up Meals and Boar and Lodging prices Next door to Joesi R G Engle Prop Main St Richmond Ky Williams Is better prepay ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean ing and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Main Street B rea Ky The Citizen 1 a year 6 mOl 60b Married Women in Commercial LifeB- y MRS ELLA F YOUNG of the University of Chicago InIIY do married women work Why do women work Wily do men work To earn money for specific needs and to satisfy their desire for accomplishment More married women arc now working than was once the case for a variety of reasons Chief among these we may place the changing trend of the times and the restricted financial con ditions of the last few years Who was it said that womans work has been taken away from her and she is following it out into the world Many of the ways in which women once earned a little money inside the home have been rendered impossible because of absolute inability to compete with the large manufacturing interests the children arc growing the social and intellectual de man s of the time are more numerous varied and costly than ever many of the husbands and fathers earn less money than of old Given such premises viewed in conjunction with the enlarged opportunities and broader education for women the case is clear Many teachers have gone back into the schools of late years to earl the money to send their children to college to keep them out of business until they reach a suitable age My husband will never earn much more money than at present they tell me and my children must be educatedwell started in life Who can blank them Although some times the inevitable question and problem of what well started really means and how dearly it should be purchased must intrude Atldall the way down the line the case holds good The Mission of Nations By HON GEORGE H UTTER Lieutenant Governor of Rhode Island N unmarried Meanwhile ATIOXS have their mission to fulfill The time may come when this nation shall pass away lint it will not be until the idea of liberty has been established Can any man look at what we have and think it was an accident It is the com posit blood in the American nation that makes it the na tion it is The right of the individual to make the best use of the powers with which God has endowed him is the great est idea for which we stand I do not bdicvc in war but I believe that God intended that this country should be the great big policeman among the nations I sometimes fear we are losing the proper sense of our own responsibility for what we have inherited How many of you men here have been too busy to vote on election day Youve been a traitor to your country You arc no protecting the heritage of the sacrifice of your fathers Arc we not also turning away the right of the individual for the sake of the mass We say he is only one of the many and ask him to sink his rights Dont drop your ideals if they seem sometimes far re moved God Almighty will judge nations as he judges individuals He has a work for this great people to do and in time hell work out his own plans We have extended our influence to the Philippine Islands but I do not wish to see those islands become a state of our union I hope the day will come when wo shall give to the people of those islands their liberty Our country stands for many things but it stands for one thing more than others and that is liberty Causes of Cringe IncreaseB- y DR HENRY HOPKINS President of Williams College rnHE foundations of the personal character of our national life are seriously threatened by ugly features of the present time There is abounding evidence of an alarming increase in crime of every sort but particularly of the kind that undermines honesty chastity and respect for law There is n growing infidelity to financial trust and consequently a visible loss of confidence of man in his fellow men Defalcations continue and multiply in disheartening succession The proportion of divorces to marriages is astonishing and sickening Disin tegration decadence and often destruction of the family and lowering of the home ideal go on increasing But most disheartening and startling of all is the lawless spirit in towns and cities where have grown up crowds of hoodlums where there is an increasing population who break out into reckless violence at times of strikes and lockouts Of the same nature arc the worse than brutal exhibitions in defiance of all authority and decency in the lynchings and hideous burnings that dishonor human nature itself One of the most potent most ubiquitous most constantly operative causesis the vast volume of criminal suggestion flowing in upon the pub lic mind through various means but especially through the public press In the daily recital of criminal actions In the average instruction in crime as a fine art The reader is taught both how to perform the crime and how to avoid punishment The Curse of IdlenessB- y MAYOR JONES of Toledo Ohio 1m T is a sad reflection that present day civilization is largely poisonedwith the idea that an idle life is a desirable life and that this delusion should enslave the American mind or indeed that it should find a dwelling place among us at all Somehow sonic way some time we must grow out of this stupefaction for of all the deplorable things of all the pit iable objects that incumber the earth today the most deplor able according to the teachings of all history philosophy and religion is the Idle man or woman IJthink you will understand that my pity is for all idlers make no I cannot understand how either possession or position of any sort can justify a human being in leading anodic life In the sweat of thy brow thou shalt cat thy bread is the Divine decree written in every atom of mans being Our faculties must be quickened strengthened purified perfected by use but they must all he used God never designed one being for brain work exclusively another for hand work exclusively neither has He ever intended that a select few should have no more trying occupation than to loll around absolutely lost in a slough of sofa pillows wondering what they shall buy next and I may add nature has wisely provided that this sort does not long cumber the ground for they arc not of the kind that obey the scriptural injunction to multiply and replenish the earth THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson in the International Series for April 17 1004 Jesus Transfigured TITS LESSOR TFXTIMark L And alter ilx days Jnu tnketh with Him Peter and James and John and trad eth them up Into nn high mountain newt by themselves and lie was trenstlKurtd before them 8 And Ills raiment became shining exceeding white u snow so as no fuller on earth can white them And there Appeared unto them Ella with Moses and they were talking with Jesus Ii And Peter answered and said to Jesus Master It Is Rood for us to be here and let u make three tabernacles one for Thee and one for Motes and one for Kilns tt For lie wit not what to say for they were sore nfraJd 7 And there wa a cloud that overshad owed them and a voice came out of the SonhtarB And suddenly when they had looked round about they MW no man any more save Jesus only with themselves 9 And all they came down from the moun lain He charged them that they should tell no man what things they had seen till the Son of Man were rln from the dead 10 And they kept that saylnr with w anolhtrhntAnd they asked Him 1IIIJr Why say the scribes that Ella must first come thmElJuthings and how It Is written of this Son of Man that He must suffer many things and be set at nought 11 Hut I say unto you That Ella Is In himIOOIDEN TEVTA voice came out of SonhtarTHE SlnilTLIIK SECTION Jesus TratnflguratlonMale 17111 MJJeusTIMEA week later than the tail lew son Lute summer A nI Part of the OpfosItlon uptheNOTES AND COMMENTS aboullelothttions of a clay In any case the mean Ins is plain about a week after plain talk Jesus hail with his IheI about lIla death Peter and and John The three who were near est to Him In heart and purpose A high mountain Some eminence In the foothills of Ml Hermon He was transfigured before them Changed In appearance What the change was we can gather only from the Impres slon made upon the dlnclptea Matthew speaks of the marvelous radiance of Jesus face It Is something which cannot be explained Wo may think oi It as the nivlnc nature shining out through the human body at one of the crises of the Savolurs life Elijah with Mo es The latter representing the law and the former the prophet They were talking with Jesus Luke wyii they were talking of his decease which he was about to accomplish at f Jeru alemILuke tells us that He went up Into IIhl mountain to pray And as lie war praying the fashion of Ills counten ante was altered We shall not do the Mutation justice unless we realize what the last few weeks had meant to Jesus He was In a sense an exile lie given up hope of being able to win hadI In any numbers by the good He had come to bring lie law that unless lie gave up the work and kept away from Iris people they would not rest till they had taken Ills life It was a time of mental struggle for Jesus and of the deepest perplexity for the disciples Rabbi It Is good for us to be here and let us etc It was a most won derful experience was It to last Were the heavenly visitors to stay At any rate here It was night upon the mountainside with no shelter Without stopping to think Peter sag Bested the booths For he knew not what to answer This Is Marks apol ogy for or explanation of Peters Ill considered words A voice This Is my bcjeoved Son hear yo Him The whole scene ending with this voice gave the faith of the poor trusting yet perplexed disciples the confirmation It needed One of their great puzzles was that Jesus said one thing about the Messiah and the prophets seemed to say another From this time on there was to them but one authority Jesus himself The voice said Hear ye Him Should tell no man Till after the resurrection when It would not be misunderstood Jesus was constantly on his guard against popular misunder standingIs written of the Son of Man Jesus reminded the disciples that not all the prophets had thought of the coming Deliverer as the sort of Messiah popularly expected some of them had raid that Ho should suffer many things aril he set at naught Read the fiftythird chapter of Isaiah Even as It is written of him Elijah Not prediction but history I Kings 19 Jesus Interpretation of the Elijah pro phecy was not the same as that of the disciples who thought It was fulfilled In the vision they had just seen lie wanted to show them that suffering and persecution had been the lot of the worlds prophets so points out likenesses between the treatment of Elijah John ani himself Figs and Thistles The biggest interest comes from what we give away You cannot do Gods work with the devils wages There are many kinds of Christians but only one Christ There can be no living Christianity without a living Christ The man who In winking at Iniquity today will be working with It tomor rowGood works is nut the price of a ticket to heaven but time proof of the right to enter there Hams Horn N THE TWO WORKMEN One n Teetotaler Saved n Competence While the Other Drank Up Ibis Income Thomas Drown lived next door to Robert Smith and both worked at the pame factory Hut though they stood side by side all day they lied very dif ferent ways of spending their evenings Smiths pleasure was to spend the hours with companions In tho saloon while Brown thought his own snug chimney corner plcasnntcr and cheaper Brown was a stanch teetotaler as he called himself lie was hale and strong and he found he did not need beer or whisky he saw many of his fel lowworkmen and their lads slipping down Into the habit of spending a great part of their earnings In drink and every now and then breaking out In drunken revels So Thomas resolved to keep clear of the temptatlop to take too much strong drink by taking none at alllie was surprised himself to find out how much money this resolve saved him He found that he had about I 2 a week to spare after paying all house hold expenses lie consulted with his good wife what to do with this 12 anti they settle to put it In a building so rlety which had lately been formed So Thomas Brown took ten 100 shares and paid his I 2 a week to the society while his neighbor and shopmate Rob ert Smith spent his surplus 2 In the saloonSeveral years passed over Thei build ing society of which Thomas Brown was a member was wound up and Thomas WIIKItE SMITH SPENT 1118 BITlPlrs received a cheek on the bunk for J2000 with which he bought a house which brought him JJ80 a week for rout As he still had surplus Irons his wage and these 250 bcsliloe ho thought he could not do better than Join another building society and so he took 30 StOO shares and paid In his 40 a week More years paused User and the building society paid Thomas i1AOO- with which he bought morn houses which brought him In about SIO a week about 521 a year About this time work began In h slack at the factory and the master sent for Thomas and Robert and told them ho was very sorry that he could no long er find employment for them Uoth returned home Thomas was a little sad to think that he should not go to the old place where he had worked for so many years but Robert had a heavy heart and when he told Lila wife she pictured a dismal future and bunt Into tears After their cheerless supper Robert went out but Instead of going to the sa loon he looked In to sco his neighbor Thomas and ask him what ho was go ing to do for Thomas like a wise man had not boasted about hlfv savings or his property and few of his shipmates knew anything about It Thomas was at his supper when Robert came In and he asked him to sit down and Join him but Robert was too cxrltrd to do that What Is to be done Thomas said Robert this Is a desperate bad Job Well said Thomas for my part I dont Intend to work In the factory anymore I cant take to a new place now after I have been so long used to the old shop How do you mean to live then naked Robert Han anyone left you a fortuneNo answered Thomas but I have Income enough to keep me without working III the factory I wish said Robert thatyou would give me a leaf out of your book Nay said Thomas I fear It Is too late now You know I have been a tee totaler for 20 years and more and many a Joke you and the rest have had at me for ItWell you have the best of us now at any rate said Robert but you dont suppose I hove been a drunkard do ou1 have always made my wife comfortable and given her what she wanted for the house know you have answered Thor as but my wife and agreed to put 2 n week we could spare Into a building association amt now we have loa week coming to us without working for It Robert looped surprised and said sad ly as he put tip to go see my mistake now though have not been drunkard have squandered away with out thought what might now mtke my wife and myself comfortable for the rest of our lives Instead of having to set out and loolc lor work In a new place amongst strangers National Advocate A TERRIBLE INDICTMENT Tart Christian Nations Play in De bauching Native Tribe Through Liquor Traffic Referring to the devastating ruin brought upon native trltfca by the Intro duction of Intoxicating liquors on tho part of Christian nations Rev Mark Oily Pvarne saaI- Po Englishmen HI proud of our country mutt bow down with an awful nhanic at the thought of It All that England line done and Is doing to ad vance the welfare of tho nations Is undone and worse than undone by tho 1lncurse of strong drink It hurts one In deed to think of It but tt Is Just tho awful and terrible truth that in spite of our Bible societies and of all our great missionary societies the world would be better today If there were no England In India It Is said that for every us tlve converted to Christianity 100 na Itvea are made drunkard When the natives see n drunken man they are accustomed to say He has left Mo- hammed and gone to Jesus Now that Iliirmah Is annexed says a missionary It has become a place of cheap drink and great crimes I have only once been near a Mohammedan town and tbls Is what I saw I had not landed nYe minutes be fort I was surrounded by R group of Arab boys carrying bottles of spirits Mohammedan lads whose religion for bids them to drink strong drinkand we were assailed with cries In broken English Master buy bottle brandy threesix1 Mss nice bottle brandy threeilx My heart prayed God that these lads might bo kept sober Moham medans rather than become such Chris thins as they are accustomed to we Llttlo wonder that one of the roost en lightened llrahmlns cried Oh that we had never seen a European face oh that we load never tasted the bitter sweets of your civilization rather than that It should make usa nation of drunkards and brutes Thus writes Arnold White who has lived amongst the natives The Indians of America and Hln UxiMnn the wild races of Australia the Kaffirs the debated Hottentot the Wc t Coast nrgroe the effeminate Cln galese and the sinewy aborigines of Canada have bitter reasons to me the first day of their communication with the Anglo Saxoiu rare England hanpol listed with drink and honeycombed with foul dlwaie the live of those races who still survive a contact all unsought by then When our countrymen return from eastern lands they tell us that for every missionary sent out there go also some 3000 gallons of rum that It Is hotter to carry out Mohammedanism than Christianity because Mohsm medanltm Is temperate and Christianity Is Markay of the Nyaua ralMlon writes Oh how often shall I write In my Journal as paM through many tribe Drink Is the curse of Africa Go where you will and you will flat men women and children reeling from the effects of alcohol The vast heat of Africa Is ruined with rum Few men had such opportunities of seeing the world as Sir George Grey His life has been spent In constant con tact with savage races In Africa withtZulus and Kaffirs In New Zealand with the Maoris He declared that when he carne home to london he taw In a tin gle week sights more shameful than he had seen during all those yearn among the savages and It was all through strung drink Rev P J Ritchie of QiitcntJnwn In an address delivered as chairman of tho Congregational union said Ms It not clear that the spread of drinking habits amongst the natives mum Inevitably tend to render them un fit for any useful service to deprive them of the means of honest livelihood and consequently to drive them Into criminal curses until they are good for nothing but to be cast out and trodden under feet of mIll The voice of their blood will cry from the ground unto heaven against their while destroyers Our boasted civilization lugs given them the IJIble with one hand nail the brandy bottle with the other It brings all heaven before their eyes In the mission church and opens hell for them In the canteen It gives the missionary the opportunity to put upon them the pres sure of moral suasion for their salva lion whilst It gives Its legislators power to take off the excise duty on Cape bran dy for their damnation I NEWS AND COMMENT Whisky Is ninetenths profit to the denier and tentenths poison to the drinker Rams Horn The AntiSaloon league has formulated plans for a vigorous local op tion campaign In Pennsylvania during the next It months Alcohol kills only the unfit says an Oregon doctor noel It never first make unfit those whom It would de stroy N Y World The Northern Pacific railroad lies Is sued an order rcqulrlcc absolute prohi rofProhibition Is clearly gaining ground In Canada In December last a poll taken In Ontario the largest province gave the enormous majority of 100000 With the exception of Quebec every province has now declared for prohibition by a large majority rA German Doctors Opinion Beer Is brutalizing wino Impassions whisky Infuriates but ultimately un mans Alcoholic drinks cooblncd with flesh and fat diet totally subjugates the moral nature unless their Influences be counteracted by violent exercise Dr Bock Leipzig Germany BURNING OF COB CHARCOAL Its Use Is a Material Insurnnco Against DiseAse in Hog nnd Poultry Especially Cholera Cob charcoal U made by burning dry well preserved corn cobs under a nmotliccd Ore The simplest method IB to dltf a funnel shaped pit as shown in the cut starting fire at the bottom and so adding cobs that the Ore will bo gradually drawn to tho top of the pit when completely tilled Over tin mouth of the pit place a sheet Iron lid or other fireproof covering making thi CHO88 SECTION OK PIT edges of this perfectly airtight by seal ing with earth After this mass has smoldered for 10 or 12 hours a very rood quality of tUb charcoal will be found upon removing tho cover when the mass should be shoveled out soil spread to prevent the possibility of combustion and burning to asides Charcoal Is as valuable for poultry on fur pigs because of Its cleansing and absorbent properties being a most effi cleat Internal antiseptic Its use Is a material Insurance against disease es pecially cholera Farm and Home GREAT NATIONAL HIGHWAY Good Road Association Urges Build fog of One Between New York and Chicago Tile first annual meeting of the New York and Chicago Good Hoods assocl ntlon at Brie Pa closed with the adop tion of a resolution favoring the build- Ing of a national highway between the two cities named through the southern tier of counties of New York and west vardly along the lake shore through Cleveland and Toledo to Chicago hllharstructed to go over the proiM Md route and estimate the cost of construction The association asks national and state aid for wads The meeting next year will Im In Elmira N Y John Farton of Chicago one of the delegates pleaded for an Interstate sys tem of highways The people of this nation are losing hundreds of millions of dollars annually from failure to provide ordinary good 1road for the movement of farm produce said Mr Farnon We may well ask ourselves If the federal government has acted wisely In lending Its aid to great railroad systems In asslstlng4he manufacturing and commercial Indus trios of the nation with a prodigal hand and at the same time withholding Its support from the development of country roads The tonnage of farm produce on country wagon roads Itself reaches the enormous sum of JGOO000000 yearly Every penny of this Is added to the price of the products and It Is the dwellers In Idtles nnd towns as well as In rural fill tricts who pay the added cost GOOD ROADS A NECESSITY Quite as Essential to the Development of a Government IA Upto Date Railroads Good plain roads arc as necessary as good railroads to a wellordered state j These are the words of a statesman and not of a goodroads specialist They are the deliberate utterance of M J J Jus hcrand ambassador from France to theI Unltcdtilates In the twentieth century Such words ought to go ringing through the length and breadth of thoI land heard and heeded by selectmen road supervisors county commissioners and legislators state nnd national A Second La Fnyctto Is come to save us l peace as the first great Frenchman did in times of wur Here Iso paragraph written by M J J Jnsgcrnnd In Wash ington for publication on August 8 1903 Whatever be your profession cycllsm will teach you some of theI virtues which will Insure your fillIcess There Is no exception to diplomats cycllvm tenches to be prudent to move peacefully and noiselessly and to mind their neighbor Cycllsm has lessons even for governments To gov irnmcnts It will teach that good plain roads arc as necessary ns good railroads In a wellordered state y Improve Main Thoroughfares Frequent complaint Is made by pro vIe who live at a remote distance from the villages and public centers that nothing Is done to Improve the back rouds on which they live and that they are taxed to benefit other roads In the more populous parts of the town There teems toJic tonic justice In this plea ant yet It would be poor policy to expend suite money upon any but the main roads or thoroughfares These roads be long to all The persons will live In the most remote parts of the town have n greater profitable interest in main roads than they are apt to realize The near cut village U their village and all pub Ho Improvements there made enhance the value of their own property W A Thomas in Farm and Home I COWS ARE VERY SENSITIVE A Few Incidents from the Diary of a Dairyman Which Should Teach Others n Lesson It tales very little to reduce tho dally milk yield Time cow Is a sensitive mother more 6u than the human moth er because devoid of understanding Giving milk is n motherly act It is n function of motherhood and the more milk the uore maternity Is expressed and Implied The other evening I lost five pounds of milk front six cows by delay and worry In giving the cows their meal ration As I went out to give the cows their grain I found that our Tamworth sows had got Into the cow byro during the day and payed sad havoc with Clio meal boxes As we consider no place even the houseyard or lawn too good for those ixirclno mothers they occa sionally get Into places whore they had better not go It chanced on this day the sows broke several of the meal boxes In splinters so here was with the meal and the cows after coming to tho byre and got Into their stakes on top of me and I had no place tii feed the meal to four of them I had them staked however but could not give them their meal until I repaired their boxes with hammer and nails and meantime milking rom menced without the meal ration Two of the cows had received their tfteal and the others began to raise Cain and could not understand why they too did not get their usual ration By the time I got the boxes fixed to receive the meal the cows had ceased worrying stretching out their necks bawling and what not and at last settled down on tho assumption that they were to get no meal When they eventually got their ration the harp was done and the result In the milk yield was an stated above A loss of five pounds of milk from four of the cc ws last summer we drove the cows to a Muncwhat outoftheway pasture where there was n fine growth white clover and not an animal ha taken a bite out of It md where then was also n promiscuous growth of trees and undergrowth an Ideal place for town on a hot day As the road to this field Is quite cir cuitous there was some difficulty iu getting the cows to It and Into the Geld There was also some difficulty In getting them out of It all of which caused the cows a great Jal of worry and some excitement They were takeout n of the field at noon and permitted to go to their accustomed pasture That evening however notwithstanding be ins to their horns In clover they fell off ten pounds of milk for the six cows Country Gentlema- nSEEDTESTING MADE EASY Two Ordinary Plates and a Piece of Flannel Cloth the Only Mate rials Required A simple germinating apparatus can be made from two ordinary plates and n piece of flannel cloth as shown In the cut Fold the cloth a and lay It In one plate placing the seeds between the folds of the cloth which should Ixs moist hut not dripping Cover the whole with another plate Inverted and filMPli 8KKIJ TK8TKU stand In a warm place If the test Is made during cold weather care must be taken to stand the plates where the temperature will not fall much below degrees at night and will be about 65 or 70 degrees during tho daytime The seeds that have sprouted should bo removed every day and the number recorded When the teat Is completed the number of seeds sprouted can be compared with the number put In the test and tho percentage of germination determined Cereals and alfalfa should be tested for about ten days while grass seeds need 14 toO days Farm and HomeIDisease That Is Carried Over from Year to Year on the Surface of tho Tubers Potato rosette Is a disease that seems to bo spreading rapidly and many rc porte are received as to the damage done it The tops are attacked but tho tops are the parts of the plants that elaborate the food to make the tubers Of course if the tops are Injured In the growing season the tubers themselves will also be Injured It la therefore necessary to taKe precautions to save the crop from this deteriorating Inllu ence It seems that the disease Is car rite over from year to year on the sur face of the tubers The teed can be treated however very effectively One pint of formnlln In SO gallons of water will prove a strong enough fungicide to destroy the spores referred to The seed potatoes should be put Into this solution and left there for two hours The potatoes should then be taken out and dried and cut for seed The expense of this treatment is small and should not be neglected Formalin may be obtained at any drug store It Is told under the name of formaldehyde which consists of 30 per cent pure formalin and 70 per cent water That combination Is the basis for the solution above No al lowance should be made for the water already combined with the formally at time of purchase else the solution will be made too strong Farmers He view SCIENCE SIFTINGS There Is now no pitchblende from which radium Is extracted for sale at the Austrian mines English medical journals look upon the proposed law which would make It a penal offense for a registered prac tltloner to supply medicine to lain pa tients as too childishly absurd for serious consideration It Is stated in a message from Rome that the Academy of Sciencesal Turin has divided the Dallaurl prize of 6000 between Signor Marconi and 1rof Grass of Rome and has awarded the DraMa prize of 17GO to the duke of the Abruzzl Prof Agaiilz of Harvard has been elected a foreign member of the French Academy of Sciences to take thin place made vacant by the death of Sir George Gabriel Stokes This la con sidered n distinct honor stare there have been only four Americans honored with n similar membership One peculiarity of the sleeping sick nets which Is causing such havoc among the natives of Uganda Is that for n year or longer the victim may seem perfectly well and often tho die ease makes Itself first known by undue signs of exaltation on the part of tho patient who instead of sleeping Is very much awoke- Excavations on the site of an old Roman castle near Wrlsscnburg middle Franconla have yielded valuable finds such as tiles buckles rings and coins The most Important object found however Is a jointed Roman measure ex actly a Roman foot long made of bronze It Is said that only oven other specimen exists which was unearthed at Pompeii and Is now In the Naples museum FOYER AND GREEN ROOM The manager of a Viennese theater of fers two prizes of JGOO and 400 for good librettos for operettas Miss Mignon Palmer a daughter of Emma Nevada the opera singer has en quitedsent the rare spectacle of appearing on the stage together It In said that Pauline daughter of the selfexpatriated William Waldorf Astor has announced her Intention to go upon thestnge There was talk ofthcsame kind about a year ago hilt It was set down as Idle chatter This time however It is believed that there Is something In It Miss Astor Is well known tochcrlshaspi rations histrionic Mme Emma Calve the famous sing tr IR one of those people who like to have their tombs ready for them In case anything should happen Somo four years ago the great actress and singer pave Instructions to a well Imown French nculptor to prepare a design for her monument and though at first he thought the was In jest and hesitated to begin the work he soon found out she was In earnest He set to work therefore and modeled a sketch- MILITARY MATTERS Russia has 150 regiments of mounted Cossacks Canadas standing army averages 25 000 effective men The British military force no v In South Africa costs 400000 a week it Is officially stated The military tribunal at Konlpaberg Prussia recently had before It a lieu tenant only 20 years old who Is accused of maltreatment of soldiers in 70 lledI fled cases Renewed efforts are being made to raise money to complete the fund forthe erection of a monument upon the grave of Hear Admiral James J Jouctt U S N at Arlington 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prizes there v ill be the following I Special 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 50000 I For tho nearest correct estimate received on I or after April let and before ipril 15th 50000 I 1 Total 49G prizes amounting 1300000 y THE CITIZEN JAPS SURPRISED Nearly 50 of a Scouting Party Shot Bayoncttcd or Drowned and Their Boat Sunk THE RUSSIANS SUSTAINED NO LOSS Four Russians Were Betrayed by Koa reaus and Were Chased by a Squadron of Cavalry The Latter Were In Turn Attacked By a Boat Which Had Come to the Rescue and All Japanese Were Killed St Petersburg April 13oen Kuro patkin In a dispatch to the emperor bearing Tuesdays data says that Gen Krasnallnflkl on the night of April S ordered a detachment of sharpshooters r to cross to tho left bank of tho Yali opposite Wlju Tho sharpshooters landed on the Island of Samallllnd and surprised a patrol of 50 Japancs scouts Just as tho latter were approaching the east side of the island In throe boats The Russians allowed tho Japanos to land and then fired on them Nearly all the Japanese were shot bayo netted or drowned and their boats sunkThe Russians sustained no losses NonCommissioned Officers LouchJ klne and Souhaschonov distinguished themselves In tho fight On the follow Ing day the Japanese lowered their flag at WIJu and their outposts which lately have been seen and fell back On the night of April 9 four Russians crossed the Yalu to Ycnamphi Yongampho and mado towards a Russian village where they found a squadron of Japaneso cavalry They remained there 12 hours when they were betrayed by Koreans and found themselves obliged to swim tho river their boat having struck on a sandbank One soldier lost his life The Japanese pursued the Russians In a boat but were in turn attacked by a Russian boat which bad come to the rescue of tho swimmers The Japan ese wore all killed and their boat sunk London April 13Tho Times New Chwang correspondent cabling under date of April 11 says Last night a lf pilots flare was mistaken for the lights of a Japanese fleet and tho Rus Elans fired and sank tho junk with 35 hands besides killing three persons and wounding seven in another junk The native population is panicStrieker and leaving the town HEAVY FIRING HEARD It It Believed the Long Expected Sea Fight Has Taken Place Che Foo April 13A press corre spondent at Tung Chow 40 miles northwest of hero telegraphs as tot lowsSounds of very heavy firing wore heard at halfpast oclock Wednes day morning Tho firing evidently was being done between hero and Port Ar thur It is believed at Tong Chow that tho long expected sea fight among the Mlaotao Islands has taken place Tho Japanese battleship Asbal flying an admirals flag was seen oft Che Foo Tuesday going to the west and there is no doubt that tho remain der of tho Japanese fleet was In the vicinity of Port Arthur The Russian fleet also was seen outside Port Ar thur Tuesday Tho captain of the steamer Lock shan which arrived Wednesday from New Chwang reports that ho heard heavy firing between 6 and 7 oclock Wednesday morning in tho direction of Port Arthur Tho firing was continu ous but no ships were visible From the direction of the sound ho judged that there was fighting at tho entrance to Port Arthur The Locksban was tho last foreign merchant vessel to leave New Chwang sailing at tho same time as the British gunboat Espieglo at 1 oclock Tuesday afternoon Gen Toral Not Dead Madrid April 13 There Is no truth in the story published in the United States that Gen Toral who commanded tho Spanish garrison at Santiago de Cuba at the time of the surrender of that place to tho United States forces had died at an insane asylum at Leganes Tuesday Gen Toral Is etlll living at tho Esquerdo hospital Col Marchand Resigns Paris April 13JIhe resignation of Col Marchand the hero of the Fasho da incident was officially confirmed with an explanation that It was not duo to pique because ho was not ap pointed to follow tho far eastern war operations Will Start For the Front Paris April 13JIho correspondent of tho Echo do Paris at St Petersburg says that Mme Pousop of Riga who was recently enrolled in tho first regl ment of riflemen by order of the war minister will start for the front this weekRussians Fortified Chou Tien Cheng Seoul April 13 Japanese advices from Northern Korea state that the Russians havo strongly fortified Chou Tien Cheng a walled town on tho Man churian side of tho Yalu river about ten miles north of Antung Swept By a Heavy Storm Vladivostok April 13 Vladivostok und tho surrounding country has been swept by a heavy storm whlcb crop pled the telegraph lines and destroyed buildings Tho telegraph lines havq lbeen rgaalrciA LLL t I I Jot II IIH11HHHIHHHIIHMHI 1I 1IIt Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURC- ES1tt1IIil1IIWI IIIIIIIIIIIHHI HHILLSIDE COTTAGE BURNED In the afternoon of Monday last this neat residence known as the Eugene Fairchild houso for the past year belonging to Berea College was burned to tho ground It was oc cupied by Prof M E Marsh At 845 just ns the college lectures were closingthe ono in upper chapel being given by Prof Marsh tho bell bane tho alarm of fire and crowds were soon drawn to the scene led by tho smoke beginning to issue from tho south end of tho house Tho origin of tho fire seemed to bo in tho basement and its progress was so slow for a few minutes as to give hopes that the building might be saved The fireladders were there as if by magic and tho buckets from College buildings and private houses were brought into requisition Failing to oheck the devouring do went its ravages were much delayed and most of tho contents of the house removed while the little group of adjacent buildings collectively known as Model Cottage was protected bywet blankets and drenchedwith water Men and women served efficiently in tho bucket lines while the young men on the buildings and the ladders performed prodigies of valor For an hour tho fight was sharpwith the result uncertain Tho building burned formerly stood in tho park in front of where Lincoln Hall now is At first it was the Ladies Hall and boarding hull Then for over fifteen years it was usedas the general Recitation Hall On tho completion of Lincoln Hall 1887 it was sold to E P Fairchild torn down and with some changes made into tho convenient residence closing its history on Monday Watch our classified ad column every week Page 0 Hear John G Wool at the Tabernacle Monday afternoon at 3 oclockMrs Howard Switzer is very sick this week duo to a relapse from the mumps Oscar Preston is sending some weeks at Hot Springs in tho hope of improving his Tonnnio B Baker son of J L Baker has been sick with pneumonia for two weeks and is still seriously ill The first 150 excursion to Cin cinnati and return will bo run April the 17th Train leaves Berea 82C a in Arthur Yocum left early Tuesday morning for Caspar Wyoming where he will enjoy ranch life for tine coming year R R Cole who ran a nail into his foot two weeks ago is just able to be out again and attend to busi ness All menders of tho Secondchurch are invited to Bi end Wednesday evening April 20th from 730 to 030 at the Parsonage Rev and Mrs A E Thomson go Monday to Pleasant Hill academy Pleasant Hill Tenn to conduct specialmeetings for a week Lizzie tho wife of Joe Adams on tho Richmond pike died at 7 oclock yesterday morning Besides her husband she leaves a threoweckold infantC Combs who has been attend ing a medical school in Louisville stopped off hero a few days last week on his way to his homo in Jackson Breathitt county Rev 00 Green of VersaillesKy will assist Pastor H M Shouso in a 12 days revival meeting beginning Sunday at the Baptist church All are cordially invited Members of tho Union church en joyed a church supper at tho Parish House Thursday evening which was immediately followed by tho regular prayermeeting service Carl Day tho member of tho Legis attire from Breathitt county who in trouced tho bill against Berea College which has become a law died at Lexington Tuesday morning Mr and Mrs C W Johnson form or residents of Berea but now of Huntsburg Ohio are rejoicing over the arrival in their homo on Easter sabbath April 3of a nine pound girl baby This end of Madison county is again free from smallpox Edward Anderson and family who furnished time last cases in Berea havo sustained no permanent evil effects from the disease Maggio A Overly and daughter Kathleen of Hamilton 0 after a three weeks visit with her father Win M Adams Sr on Richmond pike left Monday to visit her brother E E Adams at Richmond Rev mid Mrs S 0 Bryant of Charlotte lich left Tuesday morn big after a weeks visit hero the guests of Tutor and Mrs Dizney Rev mid Mrs Bryant art stauncl friends of Heron and have been for 35 yearsJohn A Todd who recently start ed to Indian Territory with tho view of buying a homo there hit took sick on till way and returned has given up tho project and with his family is removing this week to time Tatuu place now owned by C L Hanson Little Mary Kirby tho nineyear old daughter of Frank Kirby of Richmond Kywhile gathering coal on tho L C X tracks there last Sat nrday was knocked down and run over by a freight which was switching in the yards Her hotly was Utterly cut in two and death instant The new house of J L Baker in process of erection on Big Hill St tho framework and chimney of which had been completed was blown down Monday evening and many of the timbers wrecked Tho work will han to be begun again from the founda tionHon C M Rawlings County Chairman and Hon U J Clay represented this county in the meeting in Nicholasvillo Tuesday to fix time for county conventions in the Eighth Congressional District for the pur pose of selecting delegates to tho district and Stato conventions Richmond Pantngrapli Tho tadof tho Woolson Spice Co of Toledo Ohio giving details of a plan by which they will distrib ute oO000 to users of Lion Coffee during time few months appears on page 3 This most excellent coffee can bo bought in Berea from till new grocers Mullins t Goforth whoso aduulso appears in another column Mr II II Hawes charged with the lamented death of Mr Sam W Bales who at his examing trial some weeks ago was held to await tho action of the grand juryuppxaml before that Ixxly yesterdaywhich heard his testimony and failed to return an indictment Mr Hawes was thereupon released from custody and is today a free man Richmond Kentucky Register Those who sustained injuries at tho fire Monday are all getting along nicely Dr P Cornelius injuries are perhaps tho most serious his nose being crushed byit falling bucket Will Dalton in his effort to lodge a trunk which was thrown from upstairs fell on n nail which passed almost entirely through his hand Bert Cod dington had his neck quite severely burned dud several others received slighter cuts and bruis- esCollege +llIItIIIIHIIHHHHHH Items HERE AND THERE IHHIIIHHInI1 John G Wooley at tho Tabernaclo Monday afternoon at 3 oclock Time College carried SluOO insur ance on Hillside cottage and Prof Marsh 500 on household goods Mr and Mrs James Madison Combs aro now located at Flat River loand Irath are improving in health Tho music department received splendid new piano last weekwhich will addmuch to tho facilities of that department Prof M E Marsh and familywill find temporary quarters in Model cottage and annex while tho girls there will remove to tho Nichols HouseSome of time bricklaying on tho now chapel was done last week but tho work has been suspended for a few lays owing to certain building material not being ready Of tho students rooming nt Hill side cottage Ching Wah tho China unmet was tho heaviest loser by tho fire His loss was total tumid is esti mated at 200 collection is being taken to reimburse him Miss Clara Dogget of Xenia 0 graduate of tho Normal Department class of 01 has accepted a position is governess in a childrens Industri al homo in Cleveland 0 and entered upon her duties lost week This is tho birthday April lt of Dr Pearsons and observed by addresses in chapel and a Ball Game Time students send him a congratula tory telegram To know that God sometimes makes a wise and generous man docs us ill good- Will Anderson Arthur Hunt Howard Clark and Henry Bingham of tho bricklaying class accompanied Mr G T Sxncer Monday to London whoro they will work on tho new brick business block to IM erected thereby Mrs E L Farris TIll first baseball game of time season will occur Saturday afternooi on tho athletic field beginning at a oclock Tho opposing team will b Georgetown They havo a strong leant but till Berea Ixiys who aro in line form will try to take another fallout of them Everylxxly eomo and see this first game Admission lie A fine exhibit for time education display at tho Worlds Fair was ship ped to Louisville Tuesday where it will bo added to a car load to go for ward to St Louis today Every tie parhnent in tho College was represented in tho exhibit consisting prin cipally of pictures sjxcimens of shim dents work and outlines of nurses A supplenuntarydisphuysvilibeship ped later direct to St Louis The students were treated to a surprise at Chapel Monday morning As till hill stopjxnl tolling tilt Junior class of id memliers marched to time platform They carried cants dec orated with class colors black and dark red Several yells were given The class was intorducod by Geo Pow mind a short RIItlchon the class motto Climbing was given by K M Gentry The Juniors have a limit class and made a good impression WASTKDFAlTllrTL PERSON TOTKAVK1 for well oUtillihnl house In few counllri all hug on retail merchants and gent 11 lorrllc rr Pa er7 f 0liO per week with tx ctwii ad 1I110nal alllahl In rain rnch wrck Monr for IIlIlIttI IoMtlon permanen- tIluaincasaumufularolnmahhg Miaufacturr and WholrMlen Rcpt third lour 3U fIfborn SL Ililengo THE CITIZENS CLASSI FIED AD COLUMN WANTED u PURCHASER for nn extra good sad mile now for two thirds time cast price Inquire of Treasurer Ofilwrno YOUNG MEN OR WOMEN as local rpprewntativss for McClures Mnga zinc Liberal commissions cash prizes Write J N Trainer Ml East 2T th Street Now York N Y FOR SALE GOOD MILLET HAY nt 35 emit per hundred S L Clark Boron Ky ANYONE VIS11ING TO SELl powter or iron grease lamp please see Mrs Frank hays on Jackson street Beroa BALED HAY Extra quality at th College Barn FIRST CLASS BUILDING BRICK constantly ou mud We also have hard burned brick and bats for cis terns at very low price Beren College Brickyard WHAT HAPGOODS HAS DONE During time year 1003 Hapgood hits placed in high grade positions over MX young College University Technical School garduatos Ourcam paign for 100 is now in progress More firms than ever are looking to us for capable graduates and we wish to get in touch at onco with every senior who will IHJ looking for a position in business or technical work Write nearest office for hook lets Hapgoods H09 Broadway New York Hartford Hldg Chicago Pennsylvania Hldg Philadelphia William son Hldg Cleveland Pioneor Hldg Seattle Colonula Hldg Washington Minn Loan li Trust Hldg Minneap olis Chemical Hldg St Louis Park Hldg Pitlsburg Makos a Cloan Swoop Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the Salves you ever of Buckleus Arnica Salve is the best It away and cures Hums Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only25c and guarantoed to gives by East End Drug Co Druggists LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Tibia In Effect May 24 90S doing North Train 4 nods Leave Btrott 320 a in Arrive Richmond8 f 2 a m Arrivo Paris f 05 a m Arrive Cincinnati 7 30 a m doing North Trnln fI Dnlly Leave Borea12 5 p m Arrive Richmond 25 p m Arrive Paris 318 p m Arrivo Cincinnati 600 p m erring South Trnln 1 Daily mlArrivedoing South Train Flap Leave Dereal124 p m Arrive 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IVuwcniccr Agent K WuMACK IUMKtiKcr Agent U J I IX meaeraf IAJTIISIT Aurnl LOUISVILLE KY IDR FENNERtS I Kidney BackacheALSO All DUoaiei of tho kidneys bladder and urinary organs AUo heart diicaao rheumatism backache gravel dropsy female Cure I Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary wrltu Ilr IVnuer Ho has pcnt a lifetime curl Just such cane an your All consultations FREE Flnallyonercnlovu It I was Induced to try Dr Kunncrn Kidney and IIlIclillcho CUrt and utter uilnc turlhurtorlUltlolIlIlUldSold by DrugglsU SOc nnd tl Ask for Dr Fnnncrn Almnnnc or Cook Hook Frnn Wo harn sold many dozonsof Dr IlmnerIIL naneo HpcclUc and ovcry caso has blllIcur U II a blusilnK ALLINULAIIK VltuI Write or Call on IHARBER and HUGUELY Main Street Richmond Ky for prices on Oats Clover Timothy and other Field Seeds and t IGrassesPhone 35 I 71WltItII li 111Yt1k ilklladlY41t6111ffYl451lFtiKhii111k11XIftl01fA1tfp ISTATE NEWS ITEMS g JWWXWWttWwVmWWWdWv1 o1ll ttiLtiiLalltiSALtTil1 llltlGcr WiI1l lit SHOOTING DURING A BALL GAME Coley Hayden Wounded By Lee Anderson State College Student KxIiiRton Ky April JColey Hay din n inyoarold town tiny was shot nt tliu State college baseball park Fri day afternoon hy Ixo AiulorMon n q State college HtudiMit who wits acting nt guard at tho park TIll Inillul on tored llaydpns led shoulder and In 1fl1Ctetl a serious woundtCapt Drown and Detcctlvn Bavngo wont to tlio park In arrest An demon KnowliiK the reputation of the student body of the Ktnto collcgu they Intruded to matte tint arrost aa unoxtvfitatldUH an po xlblo end save tho tt who wore citizens clothes went Into tlio park aloui As noon an An derson luarncd Ids mission hu pulksl his ruvolvur and declared that ho would not submit toitrrent A crowd of 200 Stale college students hacked him up In his refusal Capt Brown rushed In boforo he could Hhoot how ever and after u tussle disarmed him Hi was played under arrobt and Ihu Htudonts made no further attempt to capture him from the police He win later released on bond Tho Central university and State eollogo wore etc gagod In a mime and Hayden wall looking on through a crack In the once Anderson ordered Ida away and IIP curled AndiTKim The ride dent guard thereupon shut him with out further words Anderson attempted to shoot a fel low tttudont by the tonne of Bradford nt a football game two years ago with Hypo lows provocation llradford hunt edged his way too far to the front and Anderson acting as guard cursed hint and ho rvtortml with a sharp remark Anderson knocked him nenseletm with Ii club and started to shoot him A student by limo name of Menlfee grab tied the pistol and the hammer wnt through Monlfeos thumb The pistol was at the limo pointing directly to thin stomach of Ur Iryor professor at the college Andcrvon Is a powtirful man 21 years old and came from Nlcii olas county The game Friday rtdull oil C to 2 In favor of State college A BRAVE GIRLS ACT She Saved Her Little Sister From Death In a Creek IloeKport Ky April 7While re turning to their Ion from school nsnr Stanley Stella Mlltus and her small sister had a remarkable OII al- Ta bons drlve by them ran away sad they together with the vrtilcle wNre thrown Into the creek Tie young child wan caught under the ve hide The older girt was also In great iwrll list thinking only of liar sister who had already kret consclousnewi he mawiRvd to pull her from beneath the huggv and carried her toel neighs bor whrro she was revived VANDALISM AT LEXINGTON Scratchern Disfigured lxllllllon Ky April9t pleeo of vandalism extending ovor practically the entire business district of the city was discovered by the police Friday night when SO plato glass windows worth approximately JI300 wore found to be disfigured by scratches made apparently by n diamond A dean sweep was made In the business district Some of the plato glasses were rut deep that they wilt have to be replaced No clew Martin Guards Win Frankfort Ky April 7ln the an aunt lnn ecllon of the Kentucky state guard the Frankfort company Martin guard was awarded the flag of the Second roglnnmt for tho brat competi tIe examination and appearance on Inspection dipt William Lutfcemlor Is commander Child Swallowed a Nail Nowport Ky April SThe three yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Au gust Schweld of Tenth street swal lowed a nail about an Inch and a halt long Tuesday and It lodged crossways In tho bowels Tho nail was removed by physicians after a delicate operation Tho child will recover +War Declared By Distillers Louisville Ky April 8 Tho straight whisky distillers of Kentucky have declared war on tho rectifiers and blenders Should the lotto attempt to Invalidate tho law taxing rectified whisky the former will attempt to have a low passed making rectifying illegal in Kentucky Declared For An Open Shop Ixjulsvillo Ky April STho mas ter printers of Louisville have broken oft negotiations with tho printers union and declared for an open shop Tho printers still declare their faith in a successful strike George Miller Paroled Lexington Ky April 9Theo state prison commission paroled George Miller of this city sent up three days ago for ono year for gambling All tho trial Jury 12 preachers and many other prominent people of Lexington sign ed the petition for the parole Injured In Explosion Newport Ky April SAn Incandes cent lamp exploding In the hand of Er nest Mariner son of L A Mariner of this city Thursday night may causo him to lose hit hUM and tnt eight of one eye I THE TOMPKINS FUNERAL The Most Impressive One Ever Held In Owensboro Ky Owensboro Ky April 7Tho most Impressive funeral ever held In Owens horn was thai of Col Alox C Tomp ling it the Cumberland 1resbyterlan church Wednesday afternoon It was conducted by the Knights Templar and Confederate Veterans Col Tom pktue made two re uetta before he died One was that ho be hurled In n cot federate uniform Tho other was that Sen Bennett II Young of Ixiulsvlllu his commander during the war deliver the address at the funeral Hoth re quests woe compiled with Roe Keuiu Hyan of Chlnigo who was edu entail for till ministry by the preached the funeral dltlallldI said Alex Tompklns was Martini of Owensborti Tbo burial was at Elmwood cemetery ON ROLLERS A Church Will Be Moved to Accommodate the Congregation Hockport Ky April STlm Methodist KpUcnpal church In Yelvlngtou will be placed on rollers and hauled to the town of Powers 10 miles dia tent Tho change Is to bo made bP cause the majority of the congregation live In the vicinity of the latter placo and have requested that the church bo located there The work of moving the building will begin at once anti It Is estimated that It will cost 1000 to complete the Job An tho building In a largo nail handsome structure Its moving will he attended with some dif ficulties but It U exitocted that these will be happily overcome REMARKABLE CASEIt Son of a Judge Says He Is Unable to Resist Temptation Jreonup Ky April 8A remarka ble ease of juvenile criminality was before till circuit court here Thursday Heath Temple only 14 years old the son of Judge and Mrs 00 Temple of IlUKxclt was Indicted for burglary All efforts on the part of the parents to stop his wild career have proved futile Tho boy says that he can not resist the Impulse to do wrong Ills tether n stern Jurist hRs hoped of reform by allowing tho law to tako Its course notwithstanding the miffer lugs thus Inflicted on himself and Mrs Temple Miller Taken to the Penitentiary Luxlnglon Ky Apr117GeorgoMl ler convicted over a year ago for running a faro game In this city was Wednesday taken to the penitentiary to serve ono year It was the first tlmw on record of a man ever being convicted In this county for gambling whore the penalty was a prison son tence Convicts Paroled frankfort Ky April 7The board of prison commissioner paroled thof- Ollllwlll1C convicts Willis Allen HockcaMltt county manslaughter three years vent up January 1903 Marshall Caldwell two years housebreaking sent up June 1H3 William Cunaghln Jackson two years man slaughter Abused Dy White Caps Hopklnsvllle Ky April 7A band of white capiwra visited tho home ol Wash Chlldreas colored at Hubbards vllle near this city unit accusing him of recent menUiouso robberies dragged him out of led beat him ducked him In a pond and partly ranged him He will recover State Capitol Commissioners Frankfort Ky April BTho state capltol commliwloners composed of the governor and the four other prin cipal state officers met with Auditor Hager absent C M Fleenor of Uowl Ing Green was elected superintendent of construction at 2000 por year Henry Temple Acquitted Paducah Ky April 8lIlnry Tem pIe A prominent miller of Masons thin county was acquitted of murder In the circuit court He stabbed Rob ert Btcalmnn his engineer The dead mans widow has sued him for 10000 damages To Construct a Branch Road MU Sterling Ky April 9S M Trimble W H Nunnelly J C Wood- S M Neumoyer J W Hedden and Judge H Clay McKoe wont to Louis vllle Friday to raise a 10000 bonus for the Lexington Eastern railway to construct a branch to this city Decided In Favor of Price 1alnUvlllo ICy April 981Iecla1 Judgo R T Burns decided that Jos M Price democrat Is tho legally elect ed clerk of this county He Is given a majority of 1C votes over Jethro Preston who contested Tho case will ba carried to tjlb court of appeals Escaped Into the Mountains Hazard Ky April 9James Mcln tosh was killed by Joe Mlnlard on Big creek Friday McIntosh who had Just returned from tho army and went to work upon a piece of land which Mln lard claimed Mlnlard has escaped to tho mountains John Greasy Killed By John J Combs Hazard Ky April 9John J Combs shot and Instantly killed John Greasy Friday In 187C John J Combs watt cut by Greasy Combs In a light crippling him and causing partial pa rsJrsls FIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS Regular Session Washington April 7SenateAfterw- aiting with much patience for many days Mr Hepburn Wednesday found opportunity to speak to time senate on the subject of pure food Technically the speech was In support of a reso lution railing on till secretary of ngrl culture to srnd to tho senate the re stilts of the Investigations made by his department Into adulterated foods but In reality It was In support of tho pure food hill 1111150111 a flvo hour session the house passed 17 bills relating to the District of Columbia Including ono Incorporating the Carnegie Institute It also passed the Itowmun omnibus clnlnm bill carrying approximately 228000 for mho payment of small claims agreed to tho conference re port on time fortifications hill and In stead on Its disagreement an amend ment on that bill providing for the purchaiut of n submarine boat Tho Alaska delegate hill was taken up and Mr CiiHliman Wash rondo a long explanation of the mcuRiirc setting out necessities of the territory In the way of representation In con prows Washington April ISlnaloThedenato Thursday listened to eulogies of the late Senator Hnnnn The gal leries were will tilled and the speak ers were given closo attention Thoo who spoke were Messrs 1orakcr Scott Cockroll Platt Ct Ciillom Illackburn Klklns Knlrbanka Daniel Perkins Dcpow Hcvurldgu Dolllver Kearns and Dick House Tho Swayne Impeachment proceeding which has been looked up on on the only possible block to an early adjournment of congress was dls posed of In live minutes by tho house Thursday by thin adoption of a resolu lion making tin case n special order for pccomber 13 next In the mean time tho judiciary committee Is to tako additional testimony In tho case In disposing of n conference report on the army appropriation bill the house took up tlutMII extending tho coast- wise laws to tho Philippines and by a vote of 123 fo 100 adopted n special rule to vote on this hill after a de hate of two hours This debate was exhausted save live minutes when the house adjourned Washington April 9SenntcThe contracts for cancelling machines used by the post olllco department was de bated at length In the senate Friday In connection with thin mast olllco ap propriation bill Mr Culberson Intro duced an amendment reducing tho ren till of the machines and tho demo cratic senators charged that the rental now paid was the sauna as paid under the contracts made by George W Ilea vent when ho was chief of the salary and allowance division of the post of flee department and that they were excessive Mr Lodge denied the charge saying that there was no prouf of Its truth The first hours of time session were devoted to a discussion by Mr Patterson of the Chinese goes lion In which he maintained that trite exclusion laws would be Ineffective after December 7 unless thcro was ad ditional legislation IlouseThe house ixtssed n largo number of bills Including the Philip pine shipping hill and Uio bill for ap propriating 475000 In aid of the Ixw le and Clark centennial exposition to be held In Portland Ore In 1105 Tho only amendment made to the Philippine shipping bill was one extending until July 1JOC the time when the law shall become operative The bill provides that no merchandise or pas sengers except supplies for the army or navy shall bo transported by sea under initially of forfeiture between ports of the United Status and the Philippine archipelago directly or via a foreign port or for any part of time voyage In any except vessels of time United States It does not prohibit however the sailing of any foreign vessel between time United States and tilt Philippines nor between ports or places In the Philippines The Philip pine commission Is authorized to issue licenses to engage In lighterage or oth er exclusively harbor buslncoH to yes ads or other craft actually engaged In such business at the date stated and to vessels or other craft built In the Philippines or In the United States and owned by citizens of the United States or Inhabitants of time Philip pines Tho law does not Impair or affect any privilege guaranteed to Spanish ships and merchandise by the Paris treaty of peace LEWIS AND CLARK EXPOSITION The Action of Congress Makes aRe ality of the Project Portland Ore Alrll9Tbo passage or the bill appropriating almost 500 000 for the Lewis and Clark exposition by the house of representatives at Washington mattes a reality of the plans ot tho citizens of Oregon to have n celebration of International propor lions commensurate with the events Intended to commemorate Director General II W Goode In an Interview said Tho allowance of tho federal government makes the Lewis and Clark exposition International In character anti makes certain tho recognition and acceptance of foreign governments Every citizen In tho Pacific northwest congratulates himself on tie termina lion of tho efforts of President liar vey Scott and others for the recogni thorn at the hand of the government Tho preliminary work on the grounds Is already practically completed anti work on tho main structures will also be at once pushed along with all possi ble vigor Negotiating For a Site Havana April 9A R Thomson of Now York and others are negotiat ing with the government for the site of tho Colombia barracks situated to the westward of Havana with tho ob Joel of erecting thereon a hotel andes tablishing a race track Died of Asphyxiation New York April 9Rev John lon 70 years old pastor of tho Pine Rush Methodist church died Friday nIght of asphyxiation at a hotel In Vest 25th street where he was staying dun Inic tin New York conference A NURSERY WONDER I have been a cattle And a balky horse I have been on engine 1ufflnesteum of course I nave l etn n fortress And an army mule have been a cradle And a Sundry tchool I have hen a desert Ana n spreadlug rlmAf a IJengal tiger have caused alarm I have been a venol Hound for foreign porn Hut In spite of changes Of eo many sorts Anyone run and me In the evening where I was left at bedtime Just a bIg old chair Elizabeth Cloutd In Youths ComiKitilon THE WHALEBONE WHALES Their Baleen Is the Most Valuable Product Obtained by Arctic Sea Ilshcnnen Another group of whales have no teeth but the mouth is provided with several hundred closely packed horny flexible plates or slabs suspended from the roof of the mouth and hanging on each side like a curtain so that when the mouth Isopened as wide as possible their ends are received within the lower Jaw These platen which In some whales are nine or ten feet long Late pointed frayed extremities and are lined with longstlff hair This peculiar substance in tho mouth of whales which Is called baleen or whalebone although It Is not bone Is now the most valuable product which U yielded hy these creatures and to obtain It thousands of men brave the dangers of the seas of the Arctic Ice and of time chute lilting the whales by hurling har peons and shooting explosive bullets Into them from a small boat Among the various kinds of whalebone whales Is the right whale which reaches a length of feet and yields 200 barrels of oil and 1000 pounds of long valuable baleen the humpback whale which Is sometimes 75 feet long but has short MOlTJl 01r anHKVLAND WIIALK Showing Strainers or IInln Which liirnl h the Whalebone bone and little oil the flnbacl and sulphur Lottom whales of large size but comparatively little value and the bow head Greenland or polar whale The ast Is at home among theIcefields and Is now the most sought of all the whales on account of the excellent qualty and largo quantity of Its baleen The maximum length Is Co reel and ifs bulk Is Immense the huge head represents a third of the length and the tall Is 1C to 20 feet across The largest bowheads produce several thousand pounds of bone worth live to six dollars a pound and 6000 or more gallons of oil worth 40 cents a gallon In feeding the baleen whales drop the lower Jaw and swim forward rapidly and all kinds of small floating animals fish shrimp winged mollusks pass Into the yawning mouth When the lower Jaw Is closed the plates of baleen are forced upward and backward the water rushes through the sieve formed by the hairs the food Is left behind and Is swallowed by the aid of the tongue Some of the baleen whales are said to attain a length of more than 100 feet and there are authentic records of examples measuring between 90 and 100 feel The largest species of whale and therefore the largest of all living animals and the largest creature that ever existed so far as we know Is the sulphurbottom whale of the Pacific coast One of these was 95 feet long and 39 feet In circumference and weighed by calculation nearly 300 000 pounds The sulphurbottom whale Is further distinguished by being the swiftest of all whales and one of the most difficult to approach It glides over the surface with great rapidity often this playing Its entire length and when It respires the immense volume of vapor Which It throws up to a great height Is evidence of Its colossal proportions St Nicholas Game Bird Won the Day A game cock and a bull terrier pup had a few rounds all to themsel res on the side walks of New Haven recently The bird was walking up and down In a stately manner now and then Inspecting an apple that lay on the sidewalk when the pup spotted It He looked time situation over carefully and drew near to tho bird Onco or twice he circled about and then after having Indulged In a round of look Ing Jumped forward Tho game cock met him fairly and rutting up his teeth erh made a jab at the dog The terrlerre treated Again he repeated his maneu vers but the bird went up In the all a foot or two and landed on the dog who re treated hastily By this time the game bird WAS become quite txclted and was forcing the fight while the pup seemed to brefer to remain OA the defensive BURIED WITH ALL HONORS Deep Canine Naval Veteran Had a Record of Which Any Dog Might Bo Proud Many an old matt o warsman remem bers Deep of the OssIpee and tho Alli ance the Intelligent black poodle who passed her long life at sea cruising around the West Indies and voyaging to China and Japan with her master Deep was a good sailor but she had a truly feminine horror of guns and when she observed preparations being made reltired BEE1 PET Or THE NAVY was over and all was still again While tho Alliance was In the China seas Beeps master received his discharge but as the crew had become greatly attached to the dog he left her behind with his messmates when he returned to America She was however a dog of deep affec tions and pined for him so much that she sickened and died while the ship was at Nagasaki to the great grief of all on board Owing to her 20 years In the navy I was decided to bury her with all tb honors accorded to a dead comrade s the tiny body was borne to a grave In the public gardens by a guard of sailors and marlnesandburledtothe mournful nofes of the dead march A volley was fired over the grave and taps were sounded by fhe ships buglerN Y Herald SURPRISED WIDOW BROWN True Story of How Some Boys Had Real Fun Which Made Several Persons Happy Now boys I will tell you how wo can have some fun said Frank to his playmates who had come together ono bright moonlight evening for sliding and snowballingWhat asked several at once You will see said Prank Who has a wood saw- I 1 have So have I replied three of the boys Get them then and you and Fred and Tom each bet an ax and I will get a shovel Lets be back In tehmii utesThe boys all started to go on their several errands each wondering of what use woodsaws and axes and shovels could be In play But Frank was much liked by all the boys and they fully believed In what ho said and they were soon together again Now said he Widow Brown who lives in that little house over there has gone to sit up all night with a sick childA man brought her some wood today and I heard her tell him that un less she got someone to saw It to night she would not have anything to make a fire with In the morning Now we could saw and split that pile of wood Just as easily as we could make a snowman on her doorstep and when she comes home she will be greatly surprised One or two of the boys said they did not care to go but most of them thought it would be fine fun It was not a long and tiresome Job for seven strong and healthy boys to saw split and pile up the widows hall cord of wood and to shovel a good pathWhen they had done this so great was their pleasure that one of them who had at first said he would not go proposed that they should go to a car penter shop near by where plenty of shavings could be had and that eacb should bring an armful They all agreed to this and when they had brought the shavings they went to tholr several homes more than pleased with the fun of tho even IngThe next morning when the tired widow returned from watching by the sick bed nad saw what was done she was indeed surprised and wondered who could have been so kind Afterward when a friend told her how it was done her earnest prayer God bless tho boys was enough ot Itself to wale them happy Our Dumb Animals Monkey Acts as Shepherd An African shepherd living In a but on the African veldt once caught a monkey when he was out with his flock and took it home with him He took care of it and fed it and the monkey used to go out with the shepherd every day until at last It got to know the goats so well that It could be trusted to tako care of them all alone Ea when the shepherd did not want to go out the monkey could remain with the flock all day and then drive home to the kraal at night riding on the back of ono of the goats Travels 3t a Reindeer A reindeer In Inland costs only about 1720 One of these animals roc ntll traveled 130 miles In a day Bost Cough Medicine for Children When you buy a cough medicine for children you want ono in which you can place implicit confidence You wanllone that not only relieves but cures You want one that is un questionably harmless You want one that is pleasant to take ChamberlainsICough Remedy meets conditions There is nothing so good for the coughs and colds incident to childhood It is also a certain preventive and cure for croup and there is no danger whatever from whooping cough when it is given It has been used in many epidemics of that disease with perfect success For sale by S E Welch Jr Druggist Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky Capital end Surplus 180000 W0 solicit your patronage JAMES BENNETT Fr1rJti S S PARKES Cashier Robbod the Grave A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as fol lows 1 was in an awfulcondition My skin was almost yellow eyes 1I sunken tongue coated pain continu ally in back and sides no appetite growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided improvement I continued their use for three weeks and am a well man I know they robbed nowIgrave of another victim No should tail to try them cents guaranteed at East End DrugjCos drugstore t 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE t TnADrMARKBIAnyone landing a tketch end description mar InTontlon Isprrobablr ppatentb l Commnnlea aa ttonsetrtcttytonseentmL 1landbonkoneatwG sent tree eidet forecunnaDatentsr Iatenu taken through a eo receirrt- pectat notice without charge la the Scientific American AhandiomerUliiitrttd wertlr LarsestNn culation of an iclentiOe journal Tcrmf M a eartfmrmonthLaoldbysitnexsdealserI- IIUNN CO381BrodrNeW IBranch roes O6 F BU WathluTon rI Are You a Dyspeptic If you are a dyspeptic you owe it to- yourself and your friends to get well Dyspepsia annoys the dyspeptics friends because his disease sours his disposition as well as his stomach Kodol Dyspeptic Cure will not only cure dyspepsia indigestion and sour stomach but this palatable recon structive tonic digostant strengthens the whole digestive apparatus and sweetens the life as well as the stomach When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure the food you eat is enjoyed It is digested assimilated and its nu trient properties appropiated by the blood and tissues Health is the result Sold by East End Drug Co- EARLY RISERS TIB UMOUS LITTLE PILLS IIor quick r Uef Item Blllousne Headache Torpid Uvtr Jaw dies DtulMU sad all frovbls axle Inr from an Inactive or sluggish w DtWUts UtlU Early Risen are UB eqUlItd They sot promptly sad Mvsr tripe Thy are 10 dainty that II U a pUtsur to take them One to two act u a mild Uxstlvo two or Your act u a t pUsMnt and sffMtlve cathartic Thy- an purely TtgtUbU and absolutely harmless They trio UM liverITIIA ILAt1 tall rPIL1 tut nuttm Pt Lc aWUS A Co Cktse- tf A Cure for HeadachoiAny man woman or childsuffering from headache billiousness or a dullIdrowsy feeling should take oneor two of DeWitts Litte Early Risers night and morning These famous little pills are ramous because they are a tonic as well aa a pill While they claense the system they strengthen and rebuild it by their tonic effect upon the liver and bowels Sold by East End Drug Co I f ITHECITIZEN 1 I I I I H I I I I 111 11 I I I I I III I I I I I I I I I I J I I 11+11 I 11 Eastern Kentucky NewsiE correiponience published unless slpied In fay by the writer It not for publication but a an evidence of toad faith Write pLtinlyi I 11 H I I I III I I I I I I 11 H I r 11 I I 11 H HIHMIHHIH OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON Apr 7We are having some lino weather for farming at present Editor Racer gave his com si ondent hero a friendly call recently There has been a good raft tide in the rf v ers and those who had timber made good use of the timeW R Rob ertu our merchant was in Beattyt hl le a few days ago on business Win Mays our U S Marshal went to Frankfort last week with more pris oners The remains of Leonard Peters wore sent home from Flat River Mo last week the funeral and burial occuring March 31 We were all sorry to hear of the death t Leonardwas a fine lay and loved all The bereaved parents have o deepest sympathyMiss Nannie al Betty Shanks of Lee county are vi iting relatives in OwsleyLeo Co gleton is very ill with something If measles Elisha Peters and wife Jackson county are in our midst vis e iting parents and relativesSm pox in our county has about passed away there being no new cases present W T Bowman anti hlnnl who have been in Indian Territory f some tine returned MADISON COUNTY DREYFUS April 4Rer James Young has been visiting his daughter in Cincinnati this wookMiRS Berta Holland has returned from Jackson Ky whe 0 she has been visiting her brother f the past two months Mr S C Young has returned from Elkntawa Ky where ho has been at work for the past year Misses Lillie and Muliu Mcwhorter of Brassfieldwere the guests of Mr and Mrs W C Ogg Saturday night and Mrs Luther Kimborlain has visiting her parents at Hugh Ky the post weekMr Rose Lain and Mrs Julia Hill were quietly married at the residence of Rev A G Caak Wednesday tho new couple returned at once to Mr Lains home where refreshments were served and the crowd delightfullyentertainedMr Calvin Gabbard of this place died of dropsy Tuesday night His remail were laid to rest in the grave yard at the Christian Church Wednesday evening Miss Sallio Lain accompa nied by her brother Zada visited Miss Cyanna Young of Redlick Sat night and Sunday Mr F MJames and L C Powell were at church at Beech Ooovo Estill Co Sunday and report a nice time- WALLACETON April 11Mrs J Fannie Baker is slowly improving Jessie Clark and wife of Berea visited Mr Tistl 0 Wednesday and wife were the guests of his brother Saturdaylast of e housekeeping for George Ballard G IL Gabbard David McCollum and Alice Lawson were the guests of Da Gabbardand family last Sunday Dan Botkins is building an addition to his dwelling house Mrs Fannie Brockman was the guest of George SundayGeorge to Hugh Conn Friday for one hundred dollars MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE daughteris quite UI with measles Dr and Mrs Stevens entertained Saturday evening with a social in honor of her cousin Miss Nina Pettiford teacher in the Maysjick schools Quite an spentMrsLizzie home in the East EndRev P F Gorham the new pastor of theM E Church moved his family to our city last week Every one seems to l pastorHazelMrs Alice Jordan died Saturday of pneumonia at her home on E Fourth Street James Mundy wishes to kindly thank those who contributedI getting out his Mr Mundy possesses rare musical talents and deserves all the assistance and encouragement he may receive The Leap Year wedding entertain uncut given at the Plymouthchurch Friday evening was a decided suc cess The duet sung by Arthur Kendall and Everett Anderson de serves special mention Tho measlesf epidemic has somewhat this placoMrs Serelda Green con tinues critically illat her home on E Fourth StreetsJACKSON COUNTY CLOVER 10TTOMcApril 8 Farmers are busy sow ing oats There isa good deal of sickness among children such us IVftttyl 3i t of Mr Ramseys children is very sick George Crawford has moved to tho John Fowler turnAunt Jutlo Martin has sold her buggy horso to Mrs Juke Simpson for 115 Ol of Bill Harrisons sons Jim Gla Harrison of McKee died in ti Frankfort prison one day before h IS sentence expired They stet him to McKee for burial lust Saturday We fear this last cold snap has injured tho fruit crop here Farmers are complaining of tho scarcity of farm hands Turp Abrams has bought the Adam Couiu place und moral to it Mr Couin has gone to Bcrea KIRBY KNOB orApril 12It is greatly feared injured Itsnursery pass deliHer h ifreczingChas Jones is getting Aunt Polly Lain heat is growing worse 3r an- i girlJJris staying with her sister here Workings are tho vogue now Perhaps the winds and storms aro re sponsible Since spring has opellt the attendance at Sundayschool hero is so much better that two now classes had to IK organized with Anna Powell and Nora Click as teachers orRev Griffith preached at On Grove Saturday and SundayRc l Jos Parsons preached nt Drip Rock Saturday und Sunday Benge and Viola Baker visited Muu Halt last week Elmer Click and Nora also B N Williams went to McKee Saturday Martha Click ol beenBerea Hospital taint to see her bro ther Willie who broko his legn week Sho was accompanied by 31i Conlon also of tho Ilospitala esnit Hatfield came inert Thursday to see her sick father She will probably return to school soon Green Dur ham bought a new buggy tho other day most likely ho will IHJ seengoing to WL Pow ells frequently Will isHacs of Cloverlx ttom is prep a ing to sill goods this year at his homeScemlof tho farmers are planning to peel tan bark soon ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE April l2Rer L R Rowletto 0 Disputantu filled his apjxiintment at Fair View Sat and Sunday Died with measles April 5 the three yea old daughter of J B Coylo Rev J WLambert and hoary Hamblin Jr went to Berea Sat on business Mrs J B Coyle is visiting friends at Bo rea this week Thos Wren and fum ilaro treeing to Copper creek lhi weakJ R McCollum has moved to Scaffold Cane on the R D Cpck farmTho measles are slowly ahatI 1ing in this part of thocountyBL Poynter who has IXHMI down with tho measles so long is no hetterCIH Hulman passed through here on his way home from FullickG L Wren went to Estill county recently on business Bunk Mnbley is tune ingto the place acutedbyThasIVren- Mrs Daisy Lambert visited you correspondent 1onduTho cold- weather has killed most allof tli fruit here and tho farmers are greatlI behindwith their farming J II Lambert went to Mt Vernon on bus iness last week Consumption TIle only kind ofconsump Ition to fear is neglected consumption People are learning that con sumption is a curable disease It is neglected consumption l that is so often incurable At the faintest suspicion of consumption et a bottle ofI Scotts Emulsion and begin regular dosesrThe use of Scotts Emulsion at once has in thousands of cases turned the balance in favor of health Neglectedconsumption does not exist where Scotts Emulc ion isfiPrompt use of Scotts Emul checks the disease while it can be checked Send for fret sampleBSCOTT k UOWNK ChtmUti 40415 Pearl Street New York Soc sadroo all druggists Kentucky PickUps STATE SENATOR BYRON He Brought His Bride to Covlngton and Was Married Covlngton Ky April 13State Sen ator William A Byron of Urookvlllc Bracken county Ky came to Coving ton Tuooilay and was married to Miss Jennie Staton also of Brookvllle whoso father was master mason of Kentucky for yeses Mr Byron secur ed tho license at Urookville pnd then Covingtons1Uto Bishop Macs performed the cere mony After the wedding Mr and Mrs Byron wont to the Palace hotel In Cincinnati where they expect to re main a few days before returning home Mr Byron was a candidate for attorney general of Kentucky a few years ago DROWNED IN A RAIN BARREL MII John Harper Wife of a Farme- Ends Her Life Cynthlana Ky April 13 Mrs John Harper olio of a well to do farm or of Shady Nook committed sulcldo after two attempts while temporarily Insane by tying a brick around her cwneck and plunging headforemost Into a barrel Mrs Harper first attempted t drown herself In a watering trough ardprepared dinner for the next day and where It could bo found She gave no reason for killing herself KENTUCKY INCORPORATIONS vdNew Companies Filed Articles With the Secretary of State Frankfort Ky April 13The fol lowing new companies filed Incorpo- k ration articles with secretary of slat Tuesday Kenton County Land Co o Covington 15000 Halo Key hum 40000tCodl i nal Publishing Co of Bowling Green 10000 the Hawesvlllo bank of Han cock county 15000 qtWIII Be Fewer Delegates- s Lexington Ky April 13Tho re conunlttete con ventlon shall bo held hero on April 23 Delegates to tho district convention that will meet In Paris April 26 will be selected Tim rules were amended BO that there will be only one comImltteeman from each precinct of two as heretofore and the number of delegates reduced- Representative Carl Day Dead Lexington Ky April 13Carl Day representative In the Kentucky legis laturo from the Brcathltt county district died hero Tuesday morning of In thtcollege where colored and white pu plls were educated on an equal foot ring Insurance War Starts InsurIunto oper atlng throughout Central Kentucky bo gun a rate war hero Tuesday mornings FIre rates have gone to rock bottom Tho fight w111 extend to other cities and some companies threaten to withdraw from the state Shows a Decrease In Gross Earnings Louisville Ky April 13Jfhe state meat of estimated gross earnings of tho Louisville Nashville railroad for tho first work of April Is = C55925jB decrease of 42500 aa the same week last year The grain In gross since July 1 1903 amounts 1812699r S ICruhed By a Wagon Covlngton Ky April 13Whtlo driving near Madison avenuo and 13th street Tuesday afternoon Willie Ware aged 10 of 1238 Ho man street jumped from his wagon and sustained a num ber of bruises and serious Internal Injuries Two wheels of the wagon pass ed over him Ended Life By Drowning Orccnup Ky April 13 Nathan Stephenson aged 71 walked Into the Ohio river at Mt Zion this county and ended his life by drowning him salt Ho had been married three Umee leaves a widow who had been mar four times Murder Cue Continued Dowling Green Ky April 13The case of Mllburn Simmons colored charged with tho murder of Joe Phil- ips in this city in January 1903 waa continued until the second term Simmons is in jail and la too ill to stand trial Death From Smallpox Harrodsburg Ky April l3Fredose an electrician at the city light ing plant died here of smallpox lie was taken in a very violent form a tow days ago and his recovery was considered doubtful from the first A Resurvey Made Frankfort Ky April 13The offi of Carter and Lewis counties had a resurvey made which con rms the first report that Vancoburc and a portion of Lewis county are within the Bockhun county lines Alfred Bradley Shot and Killed Hopklnsvillo Ky April 13John arber a tenant on the farm of Perry Bradley near Trenton shot and killed Bradleyte brother Alfred The men were in a fight over Barbers cows bor uof la Bradley wheat geld j A disordered stomach may cause no ptul of trouble When the stomach fails to perform its functions the bowels become deranged tho liver and kidneys congested causing utitn orous discuses tho most fatal of which are painless nud therefore the moro to be dreaded Tho important thing is to restore tho stomach mid liver to u healthy condition nnd for th1I per pose no bolter prunarutiou can be used thou Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablt lH For hno by S E Wolch Jr Druggist Blame No One But Yourself if You Dont Get Well When Sick advicerBut our nJvIco Is really worth a little more to you than most peoples for we otter to glee you the nnt bottle of our mrtllclno free If It falls to help you We could not afford to do this unless our medicine was good Such an otter on the wrong kind of medicine would put a merchant prince In the poor house Dr Miles Nervine however as years of experience have proved Is a medic cine that cures tho sick Those whom It cannot benefit less than one In ten thousand we prefer to 1refund their money AH we ask of you Is to try Dr Miles Restorative Nervine for your complaint If you suffer from sleeplessness nervous exhaustion dizziness headache mus cular twltchlnga melancholy loss of memory weak stomach poor blood bilious troubles epilepsy St Vltus Dance etc we will guarantee to benefit you or refund your money You are the doctor yearbecameso serious that we were compelled to take him out of school After several wetmonths treatment with Nervine end ptthealthMItDeputy Co Clerk Dallas Co Mo FREE IouDr Mlles AntiPain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Tain Also Byrnp tom lilank for our Specialist to diagnose your case and tell you what Is wrong and how to right Atwolutely Free Address DR MILKS MKDICAI CO LAliOllATOUIES KLK1IAKT L rD- A Thoughtful Man M M Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to do in the hour of real His wifo had such an unusual cafio of stomach and liver trouble physicians could not help her Ho thought of and tried Dr Kings Now Lifo fills and she got relief at onco and was finally cured Only 2T c at East End Drug COA drug store Azbill Azbill Are headquarters for CORN NAY and PEED STUFF Of all kinds We are closing out a lot of china and tin ware alFo a lot of mens Pants and lists for less than cost For 150 you can get a nice Hat and a pair of Pants Work Shirts from 20c to 30c regular SOc and roc shirts Ono Milo East of JJoreu on the llllf 11111 Plko The best physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take pleasant in effect For sale by E Welch Jr Druggist LIVERTROUBLES lflndThedfordtsBlMVDr Ofht 4a food medicine for liver disease spentrleewlthdoctoe Iclne I tahMJt8 CAIIOLINK MARTIN Parkersburg W Vs If your liver does not act go to your and secure a of Thedfords- BlackDraught and take a dote constipatebowels and causes a healthy secretion of bile Drauthtwillpurities and strengthen the kidneys A liver invites biliousness chilland fever and all manner of lick ness and contagion Weak kid neys Drighta disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent of Thedfords Black 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