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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i HI H III I d1WW1t1FJAMES RACER Editor and Publlshor- esf std oHAc Portofa of rta is aecoNd- oatt elan mbar 111 vi I 11 H I I I I+H 11 1II void V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 21 lOOt One dollar a year NO HtIDEAS- If you wirth for content do nuach mind tixMft little Flit want of nmiruto knowledg nmktH inont MrfMim opinioimof lilt In value A man continually furgetNso that if ho docH not continually learn lit will know loss and lass TAKE NOTICE Thorn who wish to take part in our World Fair content must hove their iHtiuwttM at THE CirrzEx ollieu by April ilUth or they cannot IK count Ml Old and new cubscrilxsrH have entitled thcniKulvcM to IOO estlinnte fur Kutneiiilxr thero in hut Due week more of this contest IM Subscription Blank pugua FROM THE WIDE WORLD The main forum of tht Japanes army in reitorted to have reach tl Wiju Tim destruction of till royal pulao ut Seoul Korea nuiMd a esti mated at WIXXMKX A KuHMiau torts ulo Ixmt dentrtiye was Hunk at Port Arthur by the Jap wleso with ail on Isslyd Enixror William viMled Mr am Mrx Cornelius Vanderbilt on Intan their yacht at Syracuse Sicily The Iftlillllll at Port Arthur hnvi Ielropuvhv3kThe liviM lot are estimated at H XI IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Capitol Hill Washington City is to have it Ixiiutiful nmv huildinj writing IjJVMXX to ho uwd by incinlMrx of the Smut for ollicit United States District ludKelliniii Knowlcx of Montana him tuftliwc hU resignation and will stuccoed W II Hunt as Governor of Porto Itico The original indictment of Aaron Burr for treason lungsuPlossl to have lx en lout lute Ixen fount in the anrhives of the Federal Court al Richmond Va rh1Ci1 committee of the Senate wltcted to invintigate Sena tor ictrich1IIIht1uttunuectinmi wilhllMt omc patronage in Neb raska has exonerated him The Hotiw lOIN piiKKed the Philip pine bill It provides for thin eon ftttiictionof niilroads hlcrnJhl II lid other internal Improvements and for the taxation of the Filipinos to JMV fur them Cwenty tutu men were killed live of whom wen ollicvn in the IUI h till cxphMion of jxiwder in u t iurel of the battleship Missouri while the tdWIIS engaged III target pnictice oil tho Florida coast Senator Morgan now in his nigh tits occupied the heir for more than two days in a continuous 114ChOil tilt bill for the government of the Panama canal zone The hill passed with one amendment The Knights of Columhu in ses sion at Washington D C lust week left u cheek for r 0XX to endow a claim of secular history in the Cath olic Inivcntity The cluck was painted Oil a Ixwrd ten fuel long mind four feet wide which will In framed for the Institution Washington IX C April W Secial A Republican Caucus last night decided that four territories skull Ixi admit leil as two states Ixfore adjournment of Congress Ten Sena torn nod fifteen Representative have Ixen npointed committee to hole ox n the St Iwin Fair The White House children have mum s Senator Stewart of Nevada will retire from public lift this summer Snowstorm here yesterday- COMMONWEALTH i OF KENTUCKY- All fruit around Middleslxiro line leeu killed by till freezing weather h Cold weather and snow art rejwrt ed from the bluegrass and mountain countieri Tho examination for thin Cecil Ithoden scholarship was laid at the t State College Lexington Dr Frederick Hinitt hits arrived t Danville and will accept till presi dency of Central University For tin first time in soma years the Loumvillo courts in joint session i handed out no divorce decrees Tho Spanish War Claim Bill in which the Fourth Kentucky regi i t ment is interested to the extent of 50OQ is ox ected to eomo up in the house thin week J11 Langley of Kentucky chief clerk in tilt United States Census office at Washington City who has under him JiOOO clerks hits just taken at the Columbian University the working degree of D O Iethe highest attainable in law Isis old cronies in the Kentucky legis lilt lito would have smiled to sew him receive it togged out in u black silk i cup gorgeous gown and doctors hood of purple silk r LtobitlaflIsOIIINu tt J 1aul uI1 W nrU THE CITIZEN + + Jo+ + +O ro +O + 10 +O +O + rO + +010 +0100+O +O +o3o + +O 0 coo Four things a man must learn to doio If he would make his record true o To think without confusion clearlyt sincerelyt o To trust in God and leaven securelyoo Henry Van Dyke +o t ro 1 a+OO + +O +OIO +O +Oooolo +oooOO0010 +010 +001010 0 1INTOLERANCE Thor article ou the tuiiprvMlou of frtlolthlutlirSouih It not from stir Yinlr Krpub llean ourc but Iroin the Islington llrtaM KcnluekIsn1hunt of Intolenncc Cant we of the South learn the value of freedom of siM th lull ex orciso the spirit of stracism and vir u en it when we do nut agree with the views opinions and utterances of others f We subject ourselves to till charge of intolerance to the ac cusation of intimidating those who disagree with tilt prevailing senti ments of any Southern community Tho olitside world declares that the lynching of the South art only mani festations of the general spirit of violent that bnxiks no restraint of law and recognizes no limitations on till action of those who are in the majority In SUn Orleans the other tla tin SupcrllllmlllcIIt of JlIh1ltSdIOOill de livered an address to one or more of the schools and in it he praised Abraham Lincoln tied held him maul hits career up as a model For this ho IIIIH Itetm attacke with ferocious bitternens Tim holy President of the of the Ccmfctlnlt tin oilllrHjaaccause went to lied n tnixlel instead of holding up Jefferson Davis Gen 1e or some Southern timid esxcially some Confetlenito hero We lawn nothing to suggest as to the good taste or wisdom or justice of the praise of Abraham Lincoln we have neither ajxilogy defence criticism approval nor disapproval to 111111or anything said by Mr Wilson This would lx irn levant to the x int we desire to emphasize TIll right of Mr Wilson to hold timid in desirous hingitage to expnNHH any judgment he pleased concerning Mr Lincoln or any tilt else ought to be iiiKjucfritioutHl and when challenged it IMHOIIIIM the cause of every free roan and free woman in the South To hold other wise is destructive of true lilxrtv dud this spirit of virulence of vio lence of intolerance this dcminica tion of thorn who dart to hold timid express their views without asking x rmission must lx exorcised It was intolerable when slavery existed yet there was an apparent defense It plausible excuse for this intolerant and intimidating spirit It was urged that tilt danger of Negro revolt the horroisof slave inxiirrcction made it a crimeof the utmost heinous diameter for anyone to publicly utter doctrines or opinions that attacked the lawfulness or righteousness of that institution Butt since the abolition of slavery there is neither justifica tion nor excuse for this spirit of intimidation We hind it in Kentucky during the campaign of 181W It was rampant during the campaign of SIM and while less dangerous it was annoying in won It is too prevalent in the Southern States Men are ostracized for opinions and attacked for time utterance of their opinions Abra ham Lincoln was of Southern blood as much as Mr Davis or Gun Let III came front Virginia stock and lx rn in Kentucky It is true ho sprang from hunibio ptOllcIIncl was h01ll11l poverty aunt reared in straitened and hard circumstances hortlellSouthinternational fame he is held in the highest esteem by millions of the civilized Hx l1of thu world iii life was full of romance of toil u sacrifice of succrai anti ho hurt lot utterances that posterity will not let die But nil this is irrelevant to the real matter at issue Can a gentle man in public position in the South speak with praise of Abraham Lin coln without running the risk o personal abuse of violent denuncia lion and social ostracism Is sjeecli ill New Orleans free There has grown up in Kentucky and sonic of the Southern States a re suit spurious socalled Confederate lentiment There hiss come into ex istence and prominence n class of professional Confederates Scion after the war the professional Grand Army Federal ccuuio clamor OWl and extremely putruAic Hu iu dulgcd in virulent abuse of the South he wanted the parole granted 4ij Grant violated lie breathed light nings timid lellowcd thunder at the South lulu her living lint he had the excuse that he was masquerading as patriot to eremite a sentiment in favor of enormous xnsioim In recen years his Confederate brother and tvxhas come to the front He finds it imjxwsiblc to sxak well of anyoni who wore the hue he is intent ou the preparation of partial histories ho apjxars in full uniform at mill re reunions timid is as noisyas he was silent as fierce as ho was dwili when war was actually in progress and he hud a haute to sacrifice himself on the altar of his country For the hirer heroic enduring Confederate soldier we have undying admiration to him we uncover witl grateful remembrance of hit sacrifices old his services we clain him with pride as our comrade urn friend of whatever rank or name or cit izcnship To those who got out of tin unity with clean records and in hon oralI Male honor mid pmis are due And IIIIrc never intolerant nor vixiferous nor denunciatory fhiey- fwd that they tutu praise whomwxfvoi they dtwiro They honor courage and clemency and skill in whomsoever found They have Ixvn engaged Ito ibuilding lip a common mid Ixloveil country and to them this country in choir country andmull its glories its traditions and its hires lire dear They tenth their children that today it is tile country one flag one desti ny Can not wo of the entire South stmuUfor freedom of thought ancli freedom of sxech We neither know nor care aught of this Mr Wilson but we do trust that ho was the moral courage to stand by his utterances and make his light fur lilsrtymind we pray that he may win SAD ACCIDENT Tin little sixyearold daughter of lames lludiou who resides two miles north of Berea died last Thursday morning UK IIrtSIIJI of the burns slit nceive We lnesday afternoon at 8 oclock Her clothing caught tires from the OJXMI grtite timid In fore help came the llames had gotten in their deadly works She HtlcIIII alxiut ten hours TIll funeral was conduct ed from the house on Friday by thaw A Thomson followed burial in the family burying ground The Mrtnvwlomli have thin deepest sym pathy of their friends All that medical skill anti helpful hands could do was done to save her lift but it was flit Lords will to take her Oh it is some times so hart to sly Thyt11ll oh Lords dour Why it was His will to take her from us we cannot understand but some sweet day ifwilllH mud known to us We should try to mooch her whirr death nova comes tumid where partings are no more inlu ttue from our home Annie ptnrvAWe hdt the iiinnhlno of thy fur I not tall l will not uy Tout l she l Jint nnity u A LETTER Mt Vernon 0 April W I1HM Kysconvey Bcreu College through you her chief execu tin my sympathies during this seeming trouble litho which her enemies have cast list rorl am a firm believer that Everything works together for gixxl to them that lov God and to the culls according tc His purjKiso fivettho class room tutu tin thin farm I fail to seo nay gnus reason why coeducation of the races is rot of advantage to lx th blacks mid whites ollr frieudf0 E NIxoN The Perils of Mormonism fill daily newspapers rox rt that luring the lain cold snap u Mormon out in Utah was frozen Ixtween two of his wives Later news reveals the fact that one wife lives in Salt Lake City and the other in Brighum City eighty miles uwuyTlie unfortunate man was caught in a blizzard while driving from ono city to tho other that is one made or It is for and will more satisfaction for family than any Our are as low as with good workmanship + and superior qualityThe great number of satisfied customers we have a dissatisfied one is proof that we can please you Information gladly Painting Repairing and 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Yalb Mass 1LfrA WINTER AFTERNOON The sun disconsolate and JIm Uv chilling clouds rebuffed Shines like a brdilma candle left Upon the shelf unxnuffed A little Hock of cliUkudee II plaintive In the liummtetul trees Too little air there Is to sway The dead vine by the door Dui faint sounds stir In tho dry leaves That strew the orchard floor As It the Kurments of the day Sere rustling as the rivals uwny- Alo IK the hedgerows hero and there Slrtne red stems of the brier Anti dusky homestead windows hold A scarlet Hash of tire The bold wing of a crow astray Is rtrnngely black agulnnt the gray Onl bar of rusty red Is all The smothered suneet shows No room there Is for twilights grace- S l swift the darkness grows But on faint harpstrings In the wood Some stray wind Plays an Interlude A ffork of gulls nbov the marsh Within the fleeting light Flits toward the sea where one dark ship Seems bringing In the night And ocr Its Icy masts full soon Hiiigs the blurred lantern of the moon Susan Hartley Swett In Youths Com luiulon I THE MISSISSIPPIBUBBLE I By EMERSON HOUGH I I Author of Tho Storyof the Cowboy It The Girl at the HAlfway House Etc Copyright 19 by Enureon Uoafh CHAPTER XXIV CONTIXUFD Have down your guns SIr Arthur cried Law loudly and gaily We are none but friends here Come In and tell me that It Is yourself and not some miracle of mine eyes The young man so surprisingly ad dressed halt started from the thwart in his amazement His face bent Into ta Incredulous frown scarce carrying comprehension even as he approached the shore As he left the boat for an instant Pembrokes hand was halt extended In greeting yet a swift change 4 came over his countenance and his body stiffened Is it Indeed you Mr Law he said I could not have believed my self so fortunate TIs myself and no one else re plied Law But why this melodrama Sir Arthur Why reject my hand I have sworn to extend to you no hand but that bearing a weapon Mr Law said Pembroke This may bean accident but It seems to me the Justice of God Oh you have run far Mr mean you Sir Arthur exclaimed Law his face assuming the dull red of anger I havcxgone where I pleased and asked no mans leave for it and I shall live aa please and ask no mans leave for that I admit that it seems almost a miracle to meet you here but come you one way or the other you come best without riddles and still better without threats You are not armed said Sir Ar thur He gazed at the bronzed figure before him clad In fringed tunic and leggings of deer hide at the belt with little knife and ax at the gun which now rested In the hollow of his arm Law himself laughed keenly Why as to that said he I had thought myself well enough equipped But as for a sword tis true my hand is more familiar these days with the ax and gun The late Jessamy Law shows change in his capacity of renegade said Pem broke raspIngly His face displayed a scorn which Jumped ill with the na ture of the man before him- I am what I am Sir Arthur said Law and what I was And always at any mans service who is In search of what you call Gods Justice or what I may call personal satisfaction doubt not we shall find my other trink eta in good order not far away But meantime before you turn my hospI- tality into shame bring on your men and follow me Ills face working with emotion Law turned away He caught up the body of the dead buck and tossing It across his shoulders strode up the winding Gray and Ellsworth said Pembroke Get your men together We shall see what there Is to this At the summit of the riverbluff Law awaited their arrival Ho noted In si lence the look of surprise which crossed Pembrokes face as at length they came into view of the little panorama of the stockade and Its surroundings This is my home Sir Arthur said he simply These are my fields And see if I mistake not yonder is some proof of the ability of my people to care for thfTelvl lie point d to the gateway from the loopholes tfiarling which there might now be seta protruding two long dark barrels eled in the direction of tho approaching arty There came a call from within the palisade and the sound of men nnnlim to take their places along tho wall Law raised hIs hand and the barrels of the guns were low ered ThIs then Is your hidingplace said PembroVe 4J call It not such TIs public to the worldTush You lack not in the least of your old conceit apd assurance Mi Law said Pembroke Nay I lack not so much In assur ance of myself said Law as in my patience which I find Sir Arthur now begins to grow a bit short about Its breath But since the courtesy of the trail demands somewhat I say to OUt there Is my home Enter It as friend if you likt but II not com u you please Did you Indeed conic bear lag war I should be obliged to signify to you Sir Arthur that you are my prisoner You seo my people Sir replied Sir Arthur blindly I have vowed to find you no matter whore you should go It would seem vow Is well fulfilled lint now since you deal In mysteries I shall even ask you defin- Itely Sir Arthur who and what are jou Why do you come hither and how shall we regard you- I t am In the first place said Sir Arthur messenger of my lord Hello mont governor at Albany of our Eng lish colonies I odd my chief errand which has been to find Mr Law whom I would hold to an accounting Oh granted replied Law flicking lightly at the cuff of hIs tunic yet your errand still carries mystery You have at least heard of the Peace of Ryswlck I presume No how should I And why should I careNone the less the king of England and the king of France are no longer at war nor are their colonies this side of the water There are to be no more raids between the colonies of New England anti New France The Hurons are to give back their English pris oners and tho Iroquois are to return all their captives to the French The Western tribes are to render up their prisoners also be they French Eng lish Huron or IroquoIs Time errand of carrying this news was offered to me It agreed well enough with my own private purposes J had tracked you Mr Law to Montreal lost you on the Richelieu and was glad enough to take up this chance of finding you farther to tho West And now by the Justice of heaven as I have said I have found you easily And has Sir Arthur gone to sheriff Ing Has my friend become constable Is Sir Arthur a spyt Because look you this Is not London nor yet New France nor Albany This Is Messa sebe This Is my ralley I rule here Now if kings or constables or even spies wish to find John Law why here Is John Law Now watch your people and go you carefully here else that may follow which will be ill ex flung down his sword upon the ground In front of him You are lucky Mr Law said he lucky as ever But surely never was YOU WOULD CALL liEU CATIIA IlINK man so eminently deserving of death as ourselrIYOllr1sordand handed It to the other I did but ill if I refused to accord satisfac lion to one bringing me such speech aa that Tls well you wear your weap ons Sir Arthur since you como titus as emissary of the Great Peace I know you for a gentleman and I shall ask no parole of you tonight but mean time let us wait until tomorrow when I promise you I shall ba eager as yourself Come We cabstand here guessing and talking noHonger I am weary of it They came now to the gato of tho stjOckade and there Pembroke stood for a moment in surprise and perplexity He was not prepared to meet this darkhaired wideeyed girl clad in native dress of skin with tinkling metals at wrist and ankle and on her feet the tiny beaded shoes For her part Mary Connynge filled with womans curiosity was yet less pro pared for that which appeared before heran apparition as ran her first thought come to threaten and affright Sir Arthur site began her tremb ling tongue but half forming tho words Her eyes stared In terror and beneath her dark skin tho blood uhrank away and loft her pale She recoiled from him her loft hand carrying behind her Instinctively the babe that lay on her armSir Arthur bowed but found no word He could only look questionIng ly at Law Madam said the latter Sir Ar thur Pembroke Journeys through as the messenger of Lord Belloinont gov ernor at Albany to spread peace among time Western tribes Ho has by mere chance blundered upon our valley and will delay over night It seemed well you should be advised Mary Connyngo gray and pale bag gard and horrified dreading all things and knowing nothing found no manner of reply Without a word she turned and fled back Into the cabin Sir Arthur once more looked about him Motioning to the others of tho party to remain outside tho gate Law led him within the stockade On onn hand stood Pierre Noir tall silent Impassive as a savage leaning upon his gun and fixing on the red coat of tho English uniform an eye none too friendly Jean Breboeuf his pleco half ready and his voluble tongue half on tho point of breaking over restraint Law quieted with aI gesture Back of these ranged la a silent vet watchful group their weap ons well n hand stood numbers of the savage allies of this new warlord lenmbroktm turned to Law again RIO strongly stationed sir but- I do not understand It Is ray homo Hut yet why As well ttie as any where ono leaves an old Tffe nd begins a new said Law Tls ts good a place as any If one would leave all behind and If he would forget And thIsthat Is to say madam Sir Arthur stumbled In his speech John Law looked him straight In the eye a slow sad smile upon his face Had we hero the plunk of poor laSalle his ship said he wo might nail the message of that other renegade above our doorNous sommes tous sauvagesl CHAPTER XXV TilE DIIEAM That nIght John Law drciimed as lie slept and It was In some form tho same haunting and familiar dream In hIs therudethero appeared a little dingy room smaller than this In which ho lay with walls of stone with door of Iron grating and not of roughhewn slabs lie saw the door of the prison cell twlng open saw near it the figure of a noble young girl with large and frightened eyes and lips half t re ran lous To this vision ho outstretched his hands lie was almost conscious of uttering some word supplicating almost conscious of uttering a name Perhaps he slept on We little know the ways of the land of dreams It might have been half an Instant or half an hour later that bo suddenly awoke finding his hand clasped close against his side where suddenly there had come a sharp and miming pain Ills own hand struck another lie saw something gleaming In the light ol the flickering fire which still survived upon the hearth The dim rays lit up two green glowing venomous balls tho eyes of the woman whom he found bending above him lie reached out his hand In tho Instinct of safety This which glittered In the firelight was time blade of a knife and It was In the hand of Mary Connyngo In a moment Law was master of himself Give It to mo Madam If you please he said quietly and took the knife rom fingers which loosened un dec his grasp There was no further word spoken Ire tossed tho knife Into a crack of the bunk beyond him 1U lay with his right arm doubled under his head looking up steadily Into the low celling upon which the fire mad lagged masses of shadows Ills left arm routrtl full anti muscular lay across tho figure of the woman whom he had forced down upon the ouch be side him He could feel her bosom rise and pant In xheer sobs of anger Once he felt the writhing of the body beneath his arm but ho simply tight ened his grasp andfippKa mv worQ It was not far from morning In time the gray dawn camo creeping in at the window until at length time chinks between the logs In time little squarecut window and the IIIfittIngI door were flooded with a sea light As this light grew stronger Law slowly turned and looked at time face beside him Out of the tangle of dark hair there biased still two eyes eyes which looked steadily up at the rellliiK refusing to turn either to the right or to the loft Ho calmly pulled closer to him so that it might not stain the garments of time woman beside him tho bloodsoaked shirt whose looseness anti lack of definition hud perhaps saved him from a fatal blow He paid no attention to lila wound which ho knew was nothing serIous So he lay and looked at Mary Con nyngo and finally removed his arm Got up said ho simply and the woman obeyed lilm The fire Madam If you please and had been time duties of the Indian woman but Mary Conny age obeyedMadam said Law calmly after the morning meal was at last finished in silence I shall be very glad to have your company for ii few moments If you please Mary Connyngo rose and followed him into the open air her eyes still fixed upon the darkcrusted stain which had spread upon his ttinlc They walked In silence to a point beyond the cabin You would call her Catharine burst out Mary Connynge Oh I heard you In your sleep You believe every lying word Sir Arthur tells you You believe John Law looked at her with the simple and direct gaze which the tamer of the wild beast employs when he gees among them the look of a man not afraid of any living thing Madam said he at length calmly and evenly as before what I have said sleeping or waking will not mat ter You havo tried to kill me You did not succeed You will never try ngalm Now madam I glvo you the privilege of kneeling here on tho ground before me and asking of me not my pardon but the pardon of the woman you have foully stabbed oven as you have me The figure before him straightened up the blazing yellow eyes sought his once twice thrice behind them all tho fury of a savage soul It was of no avail Tho cool blue eyes looked straight into her heart Tho tall figure stood before her unyielding Sho sought to ralso her eyes once moro failed and so would havo sunk down aa he had said actually on her knees beloro him John Law extended a hand and stopped her There said he It will suffice I cannot demean you Thero Is the child You called her Catharine broke out the woman onco more In her un governable rage You would name my chKd Madam get upi said John Law sharply and sternly at us oo your test and took 3 in Hi too ITU chlll shall be cnis i for let chip ibouli havo been her mother Let nose forgive who can That you have rulncO my life for mo Is but perhaps fair exchange jet you elicit say no orI against that woman whose life wo hull both of us Iespollod CHAPTER XXVIInv TIIK JIIUT OF THK swonn law Ills ed on out ut time gate of thi stockade down to tho bivouac vnert Pembroke and his men hall spent tht night Now Sir Arthur said hft to the Ut ter when had found him come am read to talk with you Lot IS goapartPembroke Joined him and tho two walked slowly away toward tho encir cling wood which swept back of time stockade Law turned upon him at length squarely Sir Arthur said he I think you would tell mo something ioncrruod with Urn Lady Catharine I rolls Do you bring any message from TIme face of Pembroke horIlet with Kiuldeii wrath said ho Message from Lady Catla rlno Knollys to you fly God sir her only message could be her hope that she might never hear your naui againYou have still your temper flit Arthur anti you speak harsh ennugn Harsh or not raJolniM IeinbroXe scarce can endure her name upon your lips You who scouted her who left her who took up with tho lewdest woman In all Great Britain as It now appears you who would conott with this crealllroIsimply you art not my prisoner and bog you to speak frankly It shall be man and man between us How you could have RtlOllC to such baseness Is what mortal man CHU never understand resumed Sir Arthur bit tony Good God to abandon t worn an like that so heartlessly Sir Arthur sold John I w hli voice trembling do myself V very great pleasure of tolling you that you lieFor a moment the two atooit silent facing ouch other time taco It each stony gone gray with the eiattloui back of It- Thero In light said Pctitrok and atmnilant AlNICO They turned and Icod tack fSillier toward the open forest glade Yet now and again their stops faltered ami unIt paused and neither man eared to go forward or to return Pembrokes taco stern an It htd boon again took on the Imprint of a growing hosltuUca Mr Law said ho there Is some timing In your attitude which I admit puules me I ask you In nil honor I ask you on time hilt of that sword which I know you will never disgrace why did you titus flout the Uidy CatharIne Knollys Why Gld you scorn her mind take up with this worharj yonder in her stead Sir Arthur said John lAw with trembling hips I must be very low In deed In reputation since you can ask me question sIt at this ITo tie Continued 111 a uta An Inquiring anti aspiring pcrsoa once asked ttoaeoiMfield to tIll liltu tho Mrret of social slzecsss XPHr discuss tIme authorship of tie letter of Junltii wan time reply DeaootMfleUr latest biographer Mr Wilfrid Meynell adds something islye to this witty negative rule Mr getting on In this world A dlntii gmisiusl member of parliament begged the Victorian statesman to tell hli young son something to remember domelhlng that would help to make him an agreeable and popular member of society lieaeonsfleid hedged Model yourself after your rather ho said to the lIThis WAS not entirely satisfactory anti the M P Insisted upon a iloQnIU rule of conduct Well my boy said BenconneM be amusing Never tell unkind sto rics Above all never tell long ones Youths Companioni A Ctirrnn Clnilrrelln In Corea the people tell u Cinderella story that Is much more ancient than that familiar to western people The key of the latter story Is tho slipper but not so theirs Peach Blossom the Corean Cinderellas name was tho raiD fly drudge Ono day as the mother was starting off with time favorite daughter to a picnic she said to Peach Blossom You must not leave until you have hulled a bagful of rice and filled the broken crock with water WbiU lit ting there bemoaning her hard lot aha heard a twittering and fluttering ot wings Looking up she saw a flock of sparrows pecking the hulls off time rlc Before recovering from her surprise little Imp Jumped out of the fireplace and so skilfully repaired tho crock that but a few minutes of work was rtqulred to fill It with water Then she wont to the picnic and had a royal tlmeCbl cago Dally New Couldnt Poruft IK let TliMM Down In Virginia says Thflaifrt NI son Page there was nn oil darhy Ireacher who had preached about In font baptism morning anti night until his congregation couldnt stand It all1Ilonger They told him to preach w thing else or theyd have to find some ono who would Ho promised and tile next Sunday announced his text Adam where at then Die bredern can bo divided lnt fotih heads began tho dominie First every nan Is some w liar Sec ondly most men am whar they aint got no busness to be Thirdly youd better look out or youll ho glttln there youself Fothly Infant baptism Now bredern I guess wo mights wsu pass by tine fust three heads and com Immedlh to tho foth infant bq- UsmZl Y Trlbuo DR V H HOBSON le Dcntist yITho Boat Family Salvo Do Witts Witch Hazel givtw instant relief front BuriiH cures Cuts Bmfaon Sores Eczema Totter and nil nbra lions o tho skin In having Witch hazel Salvo it is only uoce Hsry to mice that you gut tho KBUUUIO DoWittn and n cure is certain Thuru urn tunny chpnpcouutnrfoitfl on tho market all of which arts worthless null quito a few nru ilniigproUH while DoWilts Witch Hazel Salve is perfectly harm letmaml cures Sold hv Hast End Drug Co T p ur4gnistalaswnrt BmeteI tvio h7 5OmUU thisrrsr SWIFT iCO tntLe- vjrSPatntOmcejj 0 C A Groat Sonsntlon Them wax n big sensation in Lees villo limit when W II Brown of that place who was expected to die had hw life HHVtxl by Dr King XuwDis covory for Consumption Ho wrltosj insufferable agonies from 11111enllur4t1 your New Discovery gave mo immediate relief and soon thereafter effected a completu euro Similar cures of Consumption Pneu monia Bronchitis nod Grip are num emu Its time jKMirloHs ruined y for nil throat and lung troubles Trice r0c anti SI 00 Uunianletxl by East End Drug Co Druggists Trial bot ties free II Good InYBSfrnBnt For 817B t III s4bf iprm mot rrtptJdK rompuio w twpwtur Tl fr rh with Dry lutlary 11lnlwllh lull la itfucuaai Inr isnI0g TKLKGItAlH OPUUATING A rdnittnc nodjr thtt will bUroa la rs- 7lgrsph food Bnd fur Cstslnt which huqnlt Ytnttjrof Klrctrlekl Hp cilti or for lbs uk f t will MOI a T rnous Catalog HERMAN C TAFEL IVIRYTIIINU IICCTKICII las w iiST PNQI SSS touiviiit ilvt Dont Tako Any Chancos On having bloodpoisoning or ugly scars from a Burn Cut or Bruise but use Faracamph freely It relieves instantly and it heals quickly there by saving you time worry and money rarncamph heals without drying and scabbing Every mother should keep a bottle in her home every day in the year REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College baa secured market for homespun and bomavroven goods such as bed coYer lids linen drew Hussy jeans blankets etc at follow lag prices Cororlids S 4 to SO Linen 40 to CO cents a yard Dross Linsey CO cant a yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes 13 a pair White linsey and white blankets are not in demand only on order Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2J yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemado dyes- Anywomanwhowants to sell cover lids or homespun V DorM College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For Information apply in per Ion or by letter tc Mrs flcttie W Graham Beraa Kjr JRhoumnllsmTo come a tiara come front exposure on tho battlefield j but no matter what tIme caU8eIit can be instantly relieved by the free UBO of 1uracamph This wonderful remedy opens the pores of tho skin induces sweating stimulates tho cir culation thereby removing the con gestion mind drawing out all fever soreness anti inflamation Try a bottle to day mind be convinced Is your harness In good repair Spring plowing will soon be her Oct ready for It beforehand by putting your harness in good shape front our nplundid line of Collar Tads Collars Buck Bands Bridles halite Chains Breeching Trace Chains Hamus etc If you lletMIa New Set of H fttn ell- wo havo the Ill Our prices mire ei trt1l11llyloV when you consider the quality T J MOBERLY Main StttiI lllehmoDd Kj Good for Chlldron Tho pleasant to take and hnrtnlww One Minute Cough Cure gives im mediate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaOrippu because it does not pass immediately Into time stomach but takes ciTed right at tho seat of tho trouble It draws out the inflam lion heals suit noothos and cures permanently by enabling tho lungs to contribute purn lifogiviug and life sustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take anti it is good alike for young and old Sold by last End Drug Co L MONUMENTS ItIWork of all kind done in a manner at r4IIorkanllk4 ft and ItbIIdlnpntch Allwork gust aute d b- yGOLDEN I FLORA ImCHMOND Ky Cr rI Mitn tod Rnlllnt thI iR u J I AZBILLS r the Place to got your Blacksmith IIs skill done Wo have the tools anti Horseshoeing 50c We are headquarters for good work and low prices come Bio HILL Pun MILE EAST HEBE Tis the Comfort Line II FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS On the popular HENDERSONROUTE BetweeniLOUISVILLE EVANSVILLEST The WEST And SOUTHWESTAs of Free Reclining Chair Car 4service between Louisville and St Louis dont you think it would PRY you in traveling to Out time lIon demon Route habitT It will us Ask us about it L J irwin Cenl Pass AKt 00 L Oarrott Tray Pass Aft LOUISVILLE KY r I THE CITIZEN 21I The School r j loan WIRT DINSMORB Edit- or111It11 1I +HIHHHlHlr 4DOES EDUCATION PAY THAT TELLS A IMPRESSIVE STORY sown years ago my father a nat f t Ural genius in some res ects hilt un educated was n tiny luhorer in n f factory located in n Xorthcrn State htiiiitraiiic laN rir Theyall IcnriUMJ their father nidi 11yItM tlicoIdcKt lion and used aver oplHirtunity lo get a littlo education attending Ihu winter sclux IIH did tuIour ttllllItll Isaid nlKivi Istill gnu tinue l my education largely by home reading But for wvtnil ytiirn i work td at my trod only n few months o I th year and with the money enruui attended hdiool My two broths r y next of agi wcmed not to caro for at education negUcttd thi oplortllllltJif miccetdcd ill encouraging my yoiiiigettt brother to remain in the fR eoimiKJii hchool until he complele ilHcoiirm of Ktudy liiaddilion to t Iii v common xt mining this broths i Kcciired a term or two of normal Kcliool tniining- My IJ IllIIcn ion wxii cnablHl me tiltlorally ifhlltll myself lull lo re lalx ren IHIIIIIMI they lull uo rlIIuin h ilncatioii to take highs From a foreinanH plan fllctorftrl am a director in wveral large 2eorpxnltions My youngeHt bnlhe- y whom kept in school ill one of an foremen and in earning n gcxxl salary My other two brothers now work for inc They are still day lalx rem They can nut get higher IXIIIUM the f have no tHiucatioii DurUig the Iwo ten years I could have put lath of them in KxitioiiHuiying from SlrlOO to 2WK jxir year if they had hnl even n thorough elementary school iilncationTliee litor by request witliholds Iho name of the author of the alxive intcrcHting biogniphy Its autliorn nnd all conccrnetl now live in tilt 1mtll EDITOR II I HHHHM Mil J The Home I tJllflfll LESTER HILL Ultot llMMM IMM K +IH 1111- STUDYIJty lltleii M Ulimhtir Jin trial JOIIJlfi NIIII Tim world in milking much o chililHtiuly in thew des Ixarn nl professors jlvo tlioir time to it nixl lx th intii nnd women are lectur t lug liuforo lurgn auditiiec on thillI itnKrtiint subject AH I Inivo said Ixtforc parents can mould their childniiH wills for fjood by loving ptntlu treatment A child prox rly trained to tho ngo of ten years will have all the reqtiimteH for JII IIIIUII to hint throughout his + lift time Endeavor to buildup a lino character in your child by loving t example find precept for a child who oslt character in able to resist hiltJera thus taught they will preserve lIortlDo not fail to give them spiritual privileges A mother must needs punish in soma instances but teach them first thHpirit of forgiveness After their small lapses from virtue teach them to start afresh with tho hojio that every day is a new l egias uing every morn is tho world now and corporal punishment will IHJ tho exception rather than thu rule i Children aro earths precious jewels I cord like tutu tender Mowers require patient mod loving training 1 lo parents urn divinely up minted guardians and should teach fluid gain ohedilo through love snot force CorjHmd punishment is in bad taste for the average child over five years of age it will detract from the dignity and indeixjiidonco ho is striving to gain yet not make him feelslunuonroontrition for the wrong committed Continued next week A Fair Proposition J If you suffer from Piles Eczema or SkipDieoaees go to your druggist and get a bottle of Paracamph use it an directed If you are not satisfied with the results go backhand get your money Guaranteed by SE Welch Jr Druggist 1ilti1 IIHtfIE1i- iThe Farm SILAS CBBBVBR NASal Editor 1111111111111111 ICHANCES AND DANGERS WliBl Mar lUpprn In CiiHopA Tim to KeeyCool nod llolil the Heine Tlit present high prlcv ot cotton will prove n bloHxIiiK or curse ucconllni to the we ninke of It If we decide tllICIIJtI rite In price The staple no better and the Koodx suede from eottou do oat hint tiny longer or do nay better sere lee The HUM In till natural coinusiiiviiiu trout the scarcity of the cotton from u variety nf canneM wo here pnxlneeil thrve rather short crop One of thece CHUMS that we have gull planting nil cotton nod be tin to plant n variety of crop We url Klvliitf more of our time nnd thought nod loud to prodneliiK fixnl crops anti rattle The rcunlt U that 1we err very much Ixtter off Ve hove KomethliiK to live uu ut home At till IuMtrtMtc ir amount of tattoo on the market If the Htawjim had Urn about the mime nn usual nod the bull w tvll did 1un iluinnp to the cotton we would now tie wiling It at cent IP e can bring the price dowTi to it will HgI111 very vastly All Unit we nml to do Is to plant n very law urea anti buy a Krcal iiiantlty of fen tlllzeni anti have a good Keuiwiu mid It Will be loVIUTlii rna r ullIfurment of the notith If we heed It Some nre advliliiK using more fer tllUerM than ever fhlll le a great uds take We ore already buying more than we am UNUR to profit Jeorgla In particular went wild on fertllUen buyvbuy more economically and wisely We nhould flue wore IItr Here but the acre should II Ixtter preparetl an to Ret morn profit from the tine We nhould not buy any more fertilizer than we CUll pay cauli for Ituylnc fertilizer on tlmo In a hurtful uuftlnm It In not 16ou1 fanning Every note given for n mortgage upon the crop blfore It In plnntnl lhrsu notch hurt us In many wnyN Again the cotton wed from lust year1 crop will pay for tile fertilizer for this year Tim front Mionld be wolf up ortlng Iluylug fer tlllzer on time encourage lnslmss and thrlftletwnei A nalilrn Opp r unl7 Now U the farmers time to seize nod hold the relies If we keep our bend told and do not null madly Into the trop of all cotton then we can continue to pronpcr lint if we go wilt mi cotton because of the jump In price and proceed to plant nn Increased area In cotton and buy Increased iimntltle of fertilizer and pay Increased wages for labor and succeed In raising a large yield then the whole face of the thing will be changed Wo will suave on hand n crop that has cost us more than usual to raise and the price will go down and down ullrruin Viral the cry will be rolled that we have tncrcaned the acreage and the fertilizer anti on that cry the price will be reduced Then next fall wo Iwill see n wild rush to sell Every man be afraid that the price will go 110101Icelptn mid that will cause prices to go down no that at every step we will be whetting the knife with which to cut our own throats Clds should not be done Wo nhoiild appreciate the fact that diversity Is the only safe plan for the southern farmer lvcrylhingaltows verytsue that you are nn exception You are one of the Items that make up the vlmle Southern Cultivator Makes a Cloan Swoop thingth9rollRhlyover heart of Buckleus Arnica Salve in the host It swoops awn and cures Rums Sores Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its nly 2f c and guaranteed to give ctiun by East End Drug Co Druggists WEDDING RINGS I FUR cnLlllidIgourupu- tation thirty wan wo lure n high daw Jewelers You etc thrnlota JuilaiMfe In ordering by youhouldwrite lot eaUloKtie and call lo tee ua when In the cllvI Uirttt Lcdnilll Kr I Nothing Equal to Clmnilinrlnlii Colic Uhm rn mill DUrrlurn Remedy for Dowel Ceinplnlntii In Children We have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in our family for years says Mrs J B Cooke of Nedorlauds Texas Wo have given it to allor our children We have used other medicines for the same purpose but never found any thing to equal Chamberlains If you will use it as directed it will always cure For sale by S E Welch Jr Druggist rh RIOTOUS STRIKERS A Serious Outbreak at the Mines Near Garrett Pa is iHonrly Expected ARMED MEN PARADE THE STREETS They Prevented the Moving of the Household Goods of Incoming NonUnion Miners 0 Horror Connected With the Strike 1A Was the Cremation of Two Women and Four Children In Their Home Somerset Pa April 20An out break even moro disastrous than the riot at Uoswell last January baa been hourly expected at the town of Gar rott the scene of tho mining opera tions of the Garrett CoaJ Co tho Sam orsel Coal Co and other leaser opera lions Trouble has been brewing there ever since the Inauguration of the miners strike live months ago A number of the striking minor at Garrott own homes there but recently tho Garrett Coal Co erected a number of houses and the bringing In of noW men to oc placesIthe mines has work cd the latter up to a high state of ex cltement and resentment and for the last few days the town has been a ver liable mlno 3f Indignation The strik ers have been parading the streets openly armed and they have prevent ed the moving of the household goods of Incoming minors from tho railroad station to the now company houses A horror that may or may not bt connected with the strike situation at Garrett was tho burning to death of two women and four children in their home at that place between the hours of 2 and 3 oclock Tuesday morning The victims wore Mrs Hosanna Mey ers her two daughters Lucinda and Annie aged 30 and 8 years respectively and her son agod 6 years The two other victims were young chit dren of Lucinda The house was a one and onehalf story log building and tho women and children were sleeping In the uppor story The origin of the the Is unknown but rumor connects it with tho troubles growing out of the miners strike Evidence of the fire was discovered on the Interior of the building while It was burning Meyers was a minor and until recently work ed for the Somerset Coal Co Lately he has not been working and it la said ho has been supported by the miners union Tho strikers lay the origin of whoIbut what motive the foreigners could have for such a crime has not devel oped Strikers armed with Winchester rl flea paraded tho streets Tuesday They say this demonstration Is to prevent the Italians from leaving the commu nity beforo tho coroners inquiry has been completed They say that In do lug this they are acting under the In structions of tho township constable When Sheriff Coleman reached Oar rctt Tuesday evening with his deputies he found no alarming condition of at fairs though the people gathered In largo numbers about the station bar- Ing learned that ho was coming The sheriffs first work was to arrest two Italians who were charged with sot ting Are to tho Meyer house Tho only evidence thus far against the two Italians was a statement made by Meyers In which ho alleges that they called at his house several days ago to buy somo butter and that When told that Meyers would not sell butter to scabs they left swearing ven geance Tho ides that tho Italians committed this crime has taken hold of tho people of Garrett pretty generally and tho fooling against them Is running high but there aro those who look upon tho charge against the Hal lane as a move on the part of the strik ers to get rid of the foreigners who have taken their places In the mines Delegates Are Uninstructed demIheld here Tuesday refused to Instruct tho national delegates from Ponnsyl vania to vote for the nomination of Judge Alton B Parker of New York for president The delegates will go to St Louts uninstructed and will be bound by tbo unit rule INoodle Manufacturers Organized repImet con vention hero and organized the Na tional Macaroni and Noodle Manufac turers association of the United States and Canada One Year For Embezzlement Oshkosh WIs April 20 Charles Woodruff McKown actor theatrical promoter and Methodist minister was Waupuniis a graduate of Albion college Mich IPalntera and Decorator Strike April 20Nln hundred painters and decorators went on strike Tuesday for recognition of their union Seventy shops are closed Seventeen shops employing 2GO men have agreed to recognize the union Nominated For Mayor of Denver Denver Col April 2OJohn W Springer formerly president of the Na tional IJVe Stock association was aoI1 1 o rororororororot ororororoKoo o o o SALE NOTES o o x- o 0- o iC xoo o o Xko o o U 0 0- o JrorourotororoKorotKorororofororortotKoYorororooroaTHE COMPANY especially Public blanks NO Y0101Olt01t0 0101OIt01t0et OAOil0i10A0110AOde01e01tOStoi10iA011r0LEADS THE WORLDDr V C Price of Chicago is the acknowledged leader of the world In the manufacture of pure food products Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extracts used in millions of homes have stood purity and excellence for nearly half a century His produ- ctionsM PRICESt7WHEAT FLAKE CELERY J FOODDR PRICES TRYABITA HULLED CORN are rapidly gaining reputation for being the most 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1000 Hear All All persons who have Catarrh Asth ma Bronchial or Throat Troubles should use Paracamph It relieves instantly and contains no opium or morphine sk Buy your Engagement and Wedding Rings From the largest and best stock of gottljewelryCall and see our line of goods A J Thompson Opposite Burdettea Mill Berea Ky BILLY Will make the season of 11KM at Mose Anglins Barn Billy is a black jack 13 hands high seven years old TERMS 15 to insure living colt Mon ey due whoa ware is parted with Mose Anglin Disputaula Ky Bring your watch clock and jewelry repair work to W B Robe Co Shop over postoilice Prices low All work guaranteed We have the beet outfit in this end of Madison county r The Citizen Lx IXDXrXHDENT FAMILY NEWBPATO Pnbltibtd every Thurndtj at Kent Ky JAMES M RACER Editor Iud Publlehe- rIOHICItIPTION UATIW- FATABLl IX ADTAKCB 11EtaliThug mouth Z- bRind money by roitofflc Money to- MM Money Cluck Drift RrtllI- AUtr or one and two cent tamps Tb lint alter your name nhowi to whet paoitd ate within tbpro eeekiifiereendti not nl notify ui Iabserlbers wUhlnj Tni itopped Bait at the expirationoihrwiilefoalpayl all wa shall that thy wish it continued ofiany chanitl In your ad lrii ilrrinrboth old and nw Willing Numbers dot to wrappers coming suppiedfOrleImraticrlptloni reedin 7arIBUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL everyINew Furnishings in room All service firstclass pricesMerchant shop la connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop Woad Street oppoae Court llouwIFRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS in Bulk or in Cans CELERY CRANBERRIES ETC Always on hand at Teuraosa JOES No I Joes Corner Richmond Ky DR M E JONES v Dentisttic c OfficeOver Printing office BEBEA KY Office Days Wednesday to end of the week A J THOMPSON GENERAL MERCHANDISE Fruits and vegetables a specialty OPPOSITE BCRDETTES 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 f or meal R D MASSIE Prop Main Street Berea Ky L nONE No 72- GROCERIES i CANDIES FRUITS VEGETABLES and STATIONERY Lunch counter Agent for Langdon Bread Your patronage is solicted T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Ky TIIONE No 73 Miller House Newly fitted up Meals and Board and Lodging at populai prices Next door to Joes R G Engle Prop rain St Richmond Ky I Williams prepI ia better 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 Berea Ky T The Citizen 1 a year 6 mos bOo The Bicycle and Health By JOHN SMITHSON 1 T has surprised a good many people to see the signs H renewed interest in bicycling The appearance of old time advertising in national mediums is no doubt respon sible for the underlying feeling that the wheel is coming back into more popular use but apart from the business interests which are being forcefully brought to the front there is a silent but very strong influence working for the restoration of an exercise which has accomplished soi much for the human race The past few cars have been marked by the growth and development of what may properly be called the physical culture fad All sorts of corresiwndcncc schools for the betterment of physical condition have sprung into being and some of them have accomplished great good for those whose sedentary habits deprive them of the benefits which accompany most- of the outdoor sports and pastimesITo teach the average man and woman how to preserve health j toI get them interested in proper bathing proper eating and rational hnpIIa From the time I began to exercise and bathe by rule my sleep improved my head cleared and my efficiency as a worker was materially increased The instruction in the course called attention to the superiority of pUI1lPce11intoof physical training in all the public schools of Greater New York It environImcntnerve force while the work which called on the will power courses and the like resulted in a larger consumption of gymnasiumI As my chief ailment had been one pf a nervous nature sequence to unusual fatigue I asttcdvfor and received a special prescrip tion whichwasbicycling I rotlcas a supplement to the courses already referred to and found the results even better than predicted A general inquiry among friends and acquaintances in the medical fraternity disclosed the fact that doctors arc again prescribing the bicycle as the best therapeutic agent yet discovered Mow often we look for the spring of perpetual youth in a far distant land and behold it is nt our dooriIdealism in Education By PROF EDWARD A McDOWELL- Late of the Department of Music Columbia University ill XIL S the students leave their collegesand in this I include tlinse tar womenwithsome trace of idealism and some lover r art the university is not complete and the higher cdnca t m is lamentably lacking in one thing that is very important ui the world and that is idealism A great majority of col Ugi courses tends mainly toward fitting students for the mate rial battle of lifit The fine arts with their ideal suggestion are not conIsik red necessary for this and are conscnuentlv neeliHt universities I believe that music should never be treated alone but only in conjunction with the fine arts namely belles lettres literature painting sculpture and architecture The knowledge of these when a man leaves college need not be technical and exact in every way but it should be general knowledge of such a character that he can recog nize the poetic inspiration of the best in art My scheme for the betterment of this condition is to make the entering examination include the fine arts It may be very broad and not at all technical Then again no man should be allowed to get his decree of B A without having taken courses in the fine arts Milkand Tuberculosis By DR WALTER S METCALP Eminent Chicago Physician fJRbecnlscientificallextreme care against the furtherance of this dread disease infected milk should be urged by every physician and com pelled by law- Patients take the milk diet when their power of resistance is at its lowest Few mothers realize that oftentimes they feed their babies and children milk that comes direct from an infected cow For this very reason it has been demonstrated thanIcould have come had the milk from several cows Ijccn mixed tUbcr1culosisanatomically different in man What is to be done to stamp out this source of infection has often been asked One efficient method would be to have every cow giving milk examined annually by the tuberculin test Let a certificate be issued setting forth the healthy condition of the animal and if it is an infected animal let it be isolated from the ther stock and killed Agnosticism an Intellectual Weakness By RABBI SILVERMAN of the Temple Emanuel New York ME Ingcrsollian type has almost disappeared from polite society There is a tacit understanding that religion is an evidence of culture and refinement and that it has a wholesome effect upon the development of man There never was a time when men of all shades of belief were as interested in religious study in worship and practice as today The religious press has in creased and is successful financially Theological institutions have improved and arc better endowed It is no unusual spectacle to sec rich men who devote their energies all the week to making money spend their Sundays in teaching Bible classes These evidences and others that could be presented demonstrate that in our own day the ministers have certainly not failed They are a great social and even political influence for they exert thatsilent ethical force that is effective in all social and government reform THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson In the International Series for April 21 1004 The Mission of the Seventy TIm rRSSO TRXT Iukc 10116 After these thing the Ix ril appointed other also and sent them two and two before IIIx fare Into every city and place whither He Hlmtelf would coma 2 Thereforealdlfuuntothem The liar vet truly la great but the laborers lire few pray ye therefore the lard of the harvest that He would und forth laborer Into Hi harvest 5 Go your ways behold send you forth nil lambs among wolves V Carry neither purse nor scrip nor shoes and solute no man by the way a Arid Unto whatsoever house ye enter first says Pence be to this house 6 And If the Son of Peace be there your peace shall rest upon It If not It nhalUurn to you again 7 And In the same house remain eating and drinking such things as they give for the laborer Is worthy of hit hire Go not from house to house 5 And Into whatsoever city yc enter and they receive you eat such things as uroiet before you 9 And heal the slek that Are therein and Gay unto them The Kingdom of God Is come nigh unto you 1ft Hut into whatsoever city y e en ter and they receive you not gR your waya out Into the atreeti oi the aame and tay Even the very duet of your city which cleaveth on u we do wipe on against ouInotwithstanding eute of thla that KliiKom of God is came nigh unto you biIt Hut I say unto you that It skull more tolerable In that day for Sodom than tor that city 13 Woe unto they Chorasln woe unto thee Hcthsalda tor It the mighty hud been done In Tyre and Salon have ben dene In you they had a workjwhile ago reponUtJ lttlrn cloth and auhe If Hut It shall be more tolerable and Sidon at the judgment than for you XInltEod1C He tbat heareth you heareth me and that deiie th you depU th me and he that deipleoth me depteelh Hint that seat me UOLDBNTUXTtr y therefore the Lord of the harvest that He would stud forth laborers Into His harvest Iuke lvtUfTUNK OP SOIlllTfltK SUCTION DogLuk51itAgnlnf1urlif on lluminttcluk5ea fe Ftnai Departure from Oall1Laka14PMission of the aventyLuk Itt It Hued also the parallel passaa Matt ar and UJO4 also Mark 1111et- TIUNoremWr w December A D t tour or five moiiih before Ike Axlo erucjI PLACBVorthern 1eraen west of the lordM NOTK8 AND COMMIBsTS After these ihlORs The OUHRA told of in Luke 9 the lulwiKrty Interesting lncM tiu of the boejlnnlnt of ma progress to Jerusalem Ssjveat others lutdoa the twelve disciple Mill out on a missionary tour once be lore Luke 914 Two and two For companionship They were u prepare the way fur Jesus own personal ministry The tuirrwt indeed Is plenteous AH true today Re over What 1s there that U more of a burden to an earnest soul than the sight of great opportunities which MUM be neg lected for luck of wonder Go your ways They were to seat ter Lambs In the midst of wolves Jewi had just hen pvaklnc in glow mug lentil of the harvest Now the figure is changed Instead of glad roan era the inlMlonari are spokon of ai defenceless lambs In the midst of u pack of hungry wolves Doth figures were true lie wanted tlioni ID know both the bright and the dark stile of the work they wore entering They were nut children but mon Carry no purse For money i they would not need IL No wallet for provisions a small leather case like a rough knap sack No shoos For Indoor ue sandals would bo enough The shoos were soft and fine and made of bright colored materials They were no more necessary than a mans slippers are today when he li off on a buslnues trip Salute no man on the way Itofer ring to formal salutations which were elaborate and cuplfd ranch timer Tho simple greeting of those who were in hastowould bo enough Into whaUo ever house ye shall enter To find a stoppingplace as a guest This was not a strange thing to do though It seems so to us now U Is still the cus tom in many parts of the east for travelers to depend wholly on the free hospitality of the people Go not from house to house There would bo no time for social engagements such an visiting rabbis delighted In Heal the sick say The kingdom of God Is come nigh unto you The twofold ministry to mens bodies and to their souls a ministry to the whole man Christianity cannot be satisfied to at tempt less Ilecelvo you not etc In case of rebuff they were to move on Woe unto thee Chorazln etc No tice that lie was not pronouncing a reIjecteda condition which already existed It was their rejection of Him which had condemned them It shall be morn tolerable for Tyre and Sldon than for you Why Tho answer out a fundamental principle of bringsI tian cthlca Tyro was living a Chorazln was Ihlng a bad life what was the difference Simply that Chorazln had sinned in spite of greater light than Tyre a light that Tyro had not even seen Men cannot bo classified morally without a knowledge of what their light has been and that God only fully knows tipear Points No mans conversion stops with olmself Gods cssentlaia may be hidden in our incidentals Men reach God by realities and not hy formalities Nothing paralyzes tho lovo of right like lust for riches It is still worth while to be right no matter who Is wrong The foolish bark at truth because its a stranger to them The things that make us happy aro those to which wo have given our hearts Hams Horn nn KATHLEENS PROBLEM now a Little Girl Gave Her Life In Solving It and Saving Her prinking Brother Kathleen Donaho was 12 years old Judging by hor height you would haeIthought her to be not more than but alter a glimpse of her tneoI with its look of care and anxtoty you would have said that she was already a woman for even a little girl lidomen a woman when iho Is wt to solving a hard lifeproblem Kathleen brother Jnmet was her problem She bad ben hb housekeeper for the punt year over since mother tiled The neighbors said that James ought to put the little girl In tome homo where she could bo properly otrwl for She ought not to work so hard they said and that James wa too fond of liquor sometimes coming homo In a dreadful condition Kathleen told her brother the neighbor talk Shall you do It Jlmmle she asked catching hold of hlrarm In tier anxiety For answer ho took her on hit knne You do work too hard KathUCii he laid tenderly Nov I dont Jlmmlo love to work All the forenoon Im thinking how nice itll he when you como homo to dinner and fa tho afternoon I have lots of time to cost Tho evening are the hardest brother she half sotftjed u hif timidly patted his cheek x YN yonro too much alone Kathy teen but your know evening to oonlr time have to got it bit of enjoyment with my friends know Jlnttnfe but It taul being alone Ita hetie trThe fear that 111 cme boss dritak I know Kathleen The neighbors are rifibt Im a brute mud not to take Din TinyuO INTO THY BAIX- J1MMIK gllU WlllfllKRKD carl of you You must grow up a good girl fur mothers sake The tear tilled her eyes Im trying Jltnmle but dont you think you ought lo be a good HUH for mother MkeT You ire good Jlmmle all but the drink she added nestling against hits and dont want to leave you You wont bind me ont will you dear Jlmmle she ptt ouly begged No ho RAawrd itrang with n new resolve Kathleen Im going to try to be a good brother to IHIalld lot rum alone Itll bo a tough tight but you must help me little sister will will she promksod eager ly and Ill ak God to help you too Jlmmio She fulfilled her promlic For two or three days lomo remained contentedly at homo In the evening and seemed to enjoy himself with rending and games then ho became restless nod Kathleen tried In every way to Interest him and InUedIthem lemonade or some other refrc h moat OcraMonally she wont with him to R neighbors to spend the evening still ho grew more and more gloomy and finally ho took to walking nervously about the room after supper 1oor Kath leen How she prayed talking to God its she would talk to her mother nail begging Him to toll her how she could save her brother Two weeks wont by and the time came when the drink craze was at its marl donlng height James lad eaten no supper Ills eyes wore glittering and his hands shook from the strain of the battle lie snatched up his hat IaldItahleI she n shamed face he gulped it down and sank Into a chair whore ho sat for some minutes with his face In his hands Kathleen crept up to him and putting one arm round Ills nerd began to stroke his hair For a half hour ho was quiet then ho suddenly jumped to his feet and without waiting four his hat darted out of the door With a low cry Kathleen raitafter him She must save him She mint The good God would let her save him somehow James was running straight tot the ono saloon which the plan hold Could she catch him She must she must Panting for breath sobbing antI praying on she ran She hoard not the shouts III the street her eyes were on her brother getting nearer and nearer that awful saloon lie wos too frenzied to heed the shouts but a girls piercing cry of agony and despair made him halt and turn about The next moment ho was beside the unconscious form of lit tie Kathleen who had been knocked down by a runaway horse Back to their home ho bore her and laid heron her own little bed nor would he let anyone totlchhor except the sur geon although many ympathotlo neigh bor came to help low le It doctor Baked James huskily There was m reply for R mo ment whllo the surgeon took up his medicine case and opened IL The head ewnitrd miraculously and no bones are broken except tho log Wo might manage that If it were not for these wound and the shock A collnpto b prolwble but cannot positively toll until she recovers consclouineae- Whtm till eyelid at lost unclosed anti Bhe saw James bending over her she mulled though shaken with pain Did you go Unto the saloon Jlnunle shin whispered Oh Kathleen Kathleen ho groaned Did you Jlmmlo she poraiitodlnn weaker whisper No little llcr ho answorod and sow n heavenly imllo light up the pinched tare at his reassuring words God did let me save you door Jim tale she murmured with prophetic Joy There abs drew his hand to hor hits and kissed A few minutes later the tearful watch ers beard her faintly ask as hor eyes again opened What shall I tllItotJler Jlmmlt Tell her he said choking back the tabs that with Gods help Ill never touch another drop of liquor Those who heard him mud know his after life believe that In that supremo moment a new manhood was born within James Innabo- oWithGodshelp the ending lip tried to repent A toy not of earth trans figured her fare and little Kathleen tail gone to her new home Kvelyn M Wood tovejoy in Lnlon Signal A WARNING And how It Led n Traveling Man to Tetal AUfltlnenec and Prosperity Mectotljr a traveling Man entered one of the loading dry good stores ot To ledo and approached one of the proprie ton Introducing filtnself In this wise Mr some six yeses ago I CamO Into your store on day and tried to sell you a bill of goods was slightly intoxicated at the time sod you turned Ise down refusing to look at my samples or buy any goods from ae knew It nos on account in the roadltlos I was la I sent bark to my room at the Moody house and bad seas enough Ml to think the matter over and talk It over with myself I said Vow here U Mr one of the best merchants 10 Toledo and a Wrap to whom I have always sold goods will not buy because of my habit and then and there made avow that I would not touch another drop of liquor sad during all this time I have Kept that vow Shortly after this I went out Into Ike best residence section of mjr home town Detroit and purchased a good building lot The re strictions would not permit the build fog of a boos for less than 4000 cost and put up a four apartment building costing nearly IIOooo which Is all paid for and owe mr Improved condition In every way to you Here Is a business man whose every day principles are opposed to the MM of Intoxicating liquors and Uy Ike con sistent exerrle of this principle he has undoubtedly acompllaked the reform of one man What a wonderful reward this one trophy is for so small an effort Brook Lawrence In American Issue TEMPERANCE BREVITIES The man who us always reedy to ta per off always wears a ruddy tapor on his nIehtatii1 learn Judge John C Crnbtree of DIxon III says Onehalf of tko divorce saga are traceable to the liquor habit The Hepburn Interstate Iliiuor bill alms to teaks It Impossible for liquor dealers to override the expressed will of the people of the different states In favor of temperance The Danish government In filling positions on the stntn railways will henceforth prefer moo who can prove by documentary evidence that they have been total abstainers for nt least one year BasttDespite tho recent decision of tho courts of Florida which declare the now elate Sunday Inw unconstitutional County Solicitor llrynn of Jacksonville asserts ho will enforce Sunday prohibition as ordered in local ordl nancoH and believes public sentiment supports him At a recent meeting of the grand lodge of masons of Tennessee an ac ton was taken which rcqulros charges to ho preferred ugiilnit all ainilnto anti non aliiliatr master masons en gaged In the mnnufarurc or sale of In toxicating manors an a beverage after January 1901 The resolutions adopted by the Ohio AntiSaloon league commended con gross for refusing To repeal tho anti canteen law and asked further to ap propriate for putt exchanges anti fur nish suitable places of amusement anti noIlutlollilhall been driven from the Inltcd States cnpltol rummenilcd Secretary Moody for his action In regard to the better ment of the morals in tho navy yards at Hrnmertnn Washington and urged the prohibition of the sale of liquors within two miles of army and navy posts Farmers Work Against Saloons The Farmers clubs of Michigan are taking an active Interest In antisaloon worn being represented on tho board of trustees At the annual meeting ot the Van Huron County Institute Jan uary 19 resolutions were adopted expressing admiration fur tho determination of Judge Carr In making an example of those who defy the local option law nnnnnn FACTS ABOUT BROOM CORN A Profitable Crop Provided It I Properly Grown Harvested Dried nod Baled That tlio brush may retain a fresh green color after drying it Is nocossary that It bo dried rapidly and not ex rposed to strong light while drying Ti these requirements broom corn Is ordinarily dried In sheds A shed 48 fowl long 1C feet wide and 10 feet to tho eaves will usually furnish auf ficient room for drying the crop from 40 acres If thoru lion Interval of three or four weeks between the liar vetting of ono 40 acroa and a later 40 acres the brush from tho first can be bulked or baled ami tho same shod used for the second The main rcqtil silos re a dry location a good roof with eaves extending some dlstanrq beyond tho sides and good ventilation throughout A common method of con ilructlon Is to place uprights eight feet UltUUM tl HN SfcLL IIALKU apart In sch illie Uon and nail to hrs four Inches apart strliM one and onefourth inch wide reaibtun ftlTOki Ute abed POT a said 48 CM- tIHI this plan give six lrnnsverel- oetluas Pack eight feet wide with ends aitn for free circulation Sluts two Incite wide and right feet long ire required In Urge number but ara nOl put Into plate until the II III all af the IbM with brush It begun For r shed of the stie mentioned above 1200 MKh slats are needed Ucglnnlne at the bottom a shelf II formed placing two at these moveable laU across a section resUng their ends In the low tit gsces between the trnnavorto stripe nailed to the upilghti The brush ii then evenly spread two or tfcrtv Inches deep upon these two slats niHi then another alulf Is made four Inchra abovo the first nnd so on till the shed Is tilled If placed more than three dachas deep the brush will not dry quickly and well and may bocomi in u sly or shed burnotl In the shod till crop Is safe from jury by rain although warm dry weather Is desirable to cause It to dry rapidly Just as soon as dry MI that the stems team to contain no moisture when lllIeolOllor twisted the bruin ihoulil be taken from the slats aid piled In straight comport tlors in ordur to prevent bleaching In pressing tho brush into rumx cl bales and binding with wire It Is very Important that It bo well and neatly done for to sonic extent the appearance of the bales dn tcrmtnofl their market value Tho accompanying Illustration shows a bait of Illinois broom corn lint reached t Washington factory In good shape At a meeting held In Chicago on February- s 1902 the Broom Manufacturers1 As loclatlon of tho United State and C ada unanimously adopted a resolution binding themselves not to purchase any broom corn of the crop of 1902 K thereafter which Is not properly denned seeded and baled Haling can bo done at any time after the brush has becomo thoroughly dry but us long as It Is tho least damp or In the sweat It should remain bulked Manu facturers frequently open bales that have become moldy after baling which would havo been good stock lend the baling been delayed till tho brush bo came thoroughly dry Haling Is accomplished usually by a horsepower prctb From six to eight men can work together to advantage and with n lursepowcr baler can bale ten tons or bales per day Where tho press Is drawn from farm to farm two men usually go with It and charge about cents per ton for tho machine and one mnn and JlGO per day for tho other man Rather large Avlre No 9 Is used finer wire cuts into the brush Pralrlo Farmer Trimming Incubator Wicks At this season Incubator and brooder lamps are being lighted up in all parts of tho country and trimmed with the scissors or a sharp knife Much better results can be hail by using n small piece of woolen cloth Iut the light out and turn tho wick up so tho charred stands above the wlckhodcr fAIlortion that portion of llw wick crosswise with the cloth then turn up a lit tlo more and rub from renter to each edge fhe latter method will leave tho i wick slightly higher In tho center and it will burn with a clean oval lame This same cloth will do to clean tho metal parts of tho burner and will last a long while We trim our house lamps In tho same way and never have uneven flame or letters In the candlo effect If you will use this cloth meth od of fleanlG In a thorough manner you will never hair dim lghts and un even neatD E Howatt In Country Gentleman t AGE INDICATED BY TEETH An Official English Table of Rules That Seems to Be Worthy of General Application The Live Stuck Heport recently pub fluted a list of rules governing the determination of ago In different animals as indicated by dental appearances These rules are those governing the Smhhsfield and Birmingham shows In Kng land While there Is more or less va riation In any class of animals and we can see very serious objections to the use of such rules for the above purpose they have a general application and our readers may find them very con venient on frequent occasions Cattle having their central perma flout Incisors cut will be considered OP exceeding one year and six months Cattle having their central permanent Incisors fully up will bo conald ered as exceeding onerear and nine months Cattle having their second pair of permanent Incisors fully up will be considered as exceeding two years and three months Cnttle having tholr third pair of per manent Incisors cut will be considered as exceeding two years and eight having their fourth pair corner permanent Incisors fully up and their anterior molars showing signs of wear will bo considered as exceeding three years Sheep having their central permanent Incisors cut will bo considered as exceeding ten months Sheep having their central permn- nent Incisors fully up will bo considered as exceeding 12 months Steep having their third pair of per manent Incisors cut will be considered as exceeding 19 months Sheep having tholr third pair of permanent Inrlsoifi Pithy up and the temporary molars shed will be considered as exceeding 21 months Sheep having their corner permanent inrlsors well up nnd showing marks of wear will be considered us exceeding three years Pigs having their corner permanent Incisors cut will bo considered as ex ceeding six month Pigs having their permanent tusks more than half up will be considered as exceeding nine months Pigs having their central permanent Incisors up and any of tho first threo permanent molars cut will bo consider ed as exceeding 12 months Pigs having their lateral temporary incisors shod and tho permanent ap pearing will be considered as exceed ing IS months Pigs hAvln their lateral permanent Incisors fully up will be considered as exceeding IS months MEDIUM PRICED HOG HOUSE Description of Structure Large Enough for Six Sows and from 10 to 20 Small Pigs The plans exhibit a good hog house Twenty feet is a convenient width for such a building and It should be six feet high at the eaves for convenience In cleaning This will provide for two rows of pns eight feet wide with a tour foot passage between them Mass PLAN AND USD ELEVATION the floors of cement with a tell of one half an Inch to the foot from the back side to a broad shallow gutter just in front of the trough This gutter should drain toward the end of the house fur chest from the feed room Construct a truck to run on tracks or oven on tho cement fcoor nearly as wide as the passageway On this tho Utter can be easily removed to a wagon placed at time end of time building A separate feeding tntck may also be used If desirable a feed room 10x20 feet will give ample storage room and provide for n kettle llcdillng may boI stored in the loft over tho pens The building may bo added to as desired Each pen will accommodate a brood sow and her litter or from six to ten fattening pigs according to size Make doors between each pen and from each than to the passage If durability is sought after the side walls and pull tons may also bo of cement for one to three feet If tho exercise yards are largo and well drained they need not bo cemented Country Gentleman OOnSOME LITTLE QUESTIONS Why dont you fix that harness you broke the other day and tied up with a deco of binding twltc- Wby dont you get out and clean up those old fence rows Instead of waiting until corn plowing or Harvest tlmet Why dont you haul the wood up neat the kitchen door and not force tho good wife to go to the woods for fuel for every meal Why dont you get wood enough In and water enough up before breakfast to lust tho patient already overworked housekeeper all dnT Uo you shelter your stock nud Imple ments Doyou regularly drain out all the water pools and troughs Maws you plank brick or atone walks to and from the house Midland Farmer FIOWERS FOR WOMEN Michigan Railway Company Gives Thousands Away at Niles Every Year treebougelscompany tins just rebuilt Its hothouse on capacityItor tho blistering months of summer there Is a fragrant shower of cut flowers at this pretty country station as soon as a train stops The new building Is one of the most extensive and substantial that has ever onlyholdsfor the tiny bouquet for tho women folks but In It are stored thousands of plants that In the spring arc shipped to every part of tho system to be usedJii beautifying station grounds ntrucIellowIazaleas colean and everything to delight time gaze of everyone fortunate enough to behold the sight More than a decade ago the officers of the road conceived the idea of raising enough flowers to enable them to throw In till lap of each woman passenger bo she of high or low degree a bouton nlerc of cut flowers An employe in uni form bearing a basket filled with the favors passes through the train dis tributing the fragrant bunches Tho men do not count In this matter and mutt be content to see tho women enjoy the gift WATERCURE FOR OWL Bird In Gotham Menagerie Afflicted with Somnambulism Accidental ly Falls Into Tank As a remedy for jomnambullem from which he has been suffering for a long time Llndford a monkeyfaced owl in the menagerie In Central park New York tried the water euro Ills plunge tnkenIthat for several hours he did not re turn to the polo from which ho had fallen llecnitio of the effect of his experience hneIwhere he has been spending the winter were startled lato In the afternoon by the sounds of splashing water and loud hoots An Inquiry lute the cause of the disturbance showed Llndford struggling- In the water tank and his neighbors several eagles and condors earnestly watching him During his somnambulistic excursions ho often fell from his perch The se vere biimiM whirls ho received when ho struck the floor however rarely failed to arouse him Ills ainirtlon It was explained by his admirers Is due tb worrying over thefts which have been committed In his rage While he has been asleep his provi sions have many tlmos been stolen and he has often been compelled Togo with out luxuries Though birds In neighbor ing cages have been suspected of tho crime tho thief has never been detected Grave Despoiled of Valuables A remarkable case of grave robbing Is reported from Louisville In Pottawato rule county lan Miss Nora was burled In the village cemetery 19 years ago When she was placed In the coffin a gold watch and chain and a valuable ring given to her by nn admirer were on her person Now after 19 years tho grave Is found open and despoiled of Its valuables and the town Is said to be In a great state of excitement over the dis cater MARKET REPORT Cincinnati April K CATTLE Common 12 75 Q 3 75 620CAJIIOGSCh packers 5 3o Q 5 40 Mixed packers 6 15 Q 5 3- 0SiIEIPFxtra Q 4 5- 0LAMBSSpring 9 Q 11 FLOUU Spring pat 6 30 Q 6 C5 WHKAT No 2 red 1 U64 07irj No 3 winter Q 1 0- 5COHNNo2 mixed 534Q 6- 4OATSNo2 mixed Q 4 UYB j No 2 70 Q 78 HAY Ch timothy Gf14 2- 6P011KClear family Q14 CS 37LAI1DSteam iHUTTEIl Ch dairy 14 0 16 Choice creamery 26P APPII SCholco 3 00 3 6- 0POTATOESPar bbl 4 00 0 4 10 TOBACCONew 5 05 Q12 60 Old 4 40 J14 50 Chicago F1OUII Winter pat 4 SO Q 5 0- 0WHEATNo 2 red95sQ 99 No 3 spring 85 Q 90 CORN No 2 mixed 62t1Q 53 OATSNo2 mixed 3S1N3S ltYENo 2 0 70 PORK Mess 12 26 01237 LARD Steam 55 Q 67 4 New York FLOURWin strts 4 95 Q 6 1- 6W11FATNo 2 red 1 00 Q 1 O- DCOHNNo2 mixed 54 OATSNo2 mixed Q43sItYIWestern 0 8- 2PORKFamily Q14 50 LAIll Steam 7 05 Baltimore WHKAT No 2 red Q 1 OlVj CORN No 2 mixed 604th60x OATSNo 2 mixed 43 CATTLE Steers 4 90 tD 5 15 HOGS Western 0 0 10 Louisvill- eWIifATNo 2 red JI 1 02 CORN No 2 mixed Q 5uy HYPOnKMessLARD Steam 0 75 Indltiapolli WIIEATNo 2 red 1 02 CORN No 2 mixed 0 4- 9OATSNo2 mixed 0 41y j RECESS ARY EXPENDITURES FOR ONE TERM ia Weeks SCHOOL KXPKNBEadnt Stet day of term College Aced A A1lIeIN Model La t Norm Bohoolj- A Ura- mloipittrt26 Incidental 125 450 II titlmatedpet225 1l5 120 IS Total schoi Izpeaser 100 109 100 400 For piano stenography sod Uber titrti u Iptcltl Expanses belo LIVIHO BXPEHSESBoM flu ls Whoa nontb Room rest by term- Hoard room fuel sad llhti 121 for fall and tpring 1170 a week Ior winter term IIUG week l Boird In the Tlllitt allowed In approved lacei Tarlei In price according to accommo tattoo furnished Adding these Ihlor expenses M school u past we find To be paid the Stat day Includtnltbell depoill i In Collegiate Department 12020 Academy and Latin Normal 11920 Applied Science Normal tad A Grammar 1172 Medel School I1S20 I staler 1167 more for each No student cm b received who talli to nabs tbla advance pay mint Total Orainiry Expentee for Week are teen be Colleilale Department Academy Latin Normal In Applied Science Normaliand Grammar Model school Hi In winter three dollars more for each Sludenti paring board and room rent IB full tor a term at the beginning receive a dlicount ol ally cents Students duly excused before tbe end of a term rcelve back an equitable portion of tbe money they have advanced SPECIAL EXPENSES Plane Vooal or Special Theory leiiona hour claeaof threej 17 Ot Organ Violin etc U lettoce class of three 6 00 Stenography Typewriting per term 00 Clan work In Harmony 100 VII of Plano or Typewriter It hr a day 2 iMimaterialI 01 rbydtal and Vrirrnamnff l I nArfttAriM term ISO hterlaliln drawing per term 10 lamination escepton appointed day W Oiaduatlon Fee wilhdegrwlthdiploma 1001 SOI We promptly obtain t S and orell1 1 i lnvennonforfreeretnrton nlelleoll t Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States LargeH College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Coors with agriculture for young m- and Domestic Scienco for young Ladies Trade School Ctrpentry Printing Housework Nursing two year eouetpCertificateAcademy Courie Four years fitting for College for business aifor life Colleee Courses Literary Scientific Chubs leading to Baooalaur ate degrees TheoryIa Christian will eation Our Instruction Is a free gift Students pay a small Incidental fee payforbrought within 8400 about S15 to be paid in advance The School ii endorsed by Baptists Christiana Disciples Coogregatloai aliiU Methodist Presbyterian and good people of all denominations Per mrOlMUIO1 III AOVICI Him III lECKTAtT WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Kfi1 Madison County Roller Mills lItllo ItIo M Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Etcthard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour IIoIltloIlfIl Potts Duerson f White Station Ky w OUR WORLDS FAIR CONTEST I opportunityto participate in the Great Worlds Fair Contest in which these prizes are given The subject matter of this great contest is the Total GreatStConditions of this Great Contest OLD SUIlSCmOEKS For each 25c paid on your subscription account to Ton CITIZEN you can make 13000IN 496 CASH PRIZES 1st prize 5000 2d prize 2500 3d prize 1000 3 SPECIAL PRIZES 500 Each for Early Estimates one free estimate It you pay 100 on your account you can make four free guesses if J200 eight free guesses and fo on NEW SUIISCItIBEISNew subscribers sending 25c for a three months subscription can make one estimate free Those sending 50c for a G months subscription 2 free guesses 100 for a year 4 guesses 200 for 2 years 8 guesses and so on CITIZENBerea thefirst30ththoNOW will have a chance to win a Special Prize and just as good a chance to win the Capital Prize of 500000as the one who guesses on the last day of tho contest PressPublishingare equally correct prizes will be divided equally between them Here is the List of Prizes VALUABLE INFORMATION- For the nearest correct estimate or guess 5500000 To aid in forming your estimates we furnish the For the second nearest correct estimate or following figures guess 250000 The total paid admissions during May theFor the third nearest correct estimate or month of the Chicago Worlds Fairguess 100000were 1050037 theguessFor the fifth nearest correct estimate or Exposition were 399430 guess For the sixth nearest correct estimate orDo careful to writo your name figures and P 0 guess 20000 For the seventh nearest correct estimate or 15000For Cut out fill in mail today to The Citizen Berea Ky guess 10000 For the ninth nearest correct estimate or SUBSCRIPTION BLANK guess 7500 For the tenth nearest correct estimate orInclosed find to apply on Subscription acct guess 6000 For the nest live nearest correct estimatesName 10000For ePostoffice or gtlessos10OOeach 5000 For the next 28 nearest correct estimates or State guesses 5500 each 14000 For the next 115 nearest correct estimates orMy estimates of the total number of paid admis guesses S300 each 133500 mona to the Worlds Fair during the mouth of May are 493 prizes amounting to 1150000 In addition to the foregoing prizes there v ill be tho following Special Prizes for Early Estimates For the nearest correct estimate received on or alter March tat and before March 15th f50000 For the nearest correct estimate received ont uuor alto March 15th and beforo April 1st 50000 For tho neatest correct estimate received on o after April 1st and before Vpril 15th 50000 Total 406 prizes amounting to 1300000 ITHECITIZEN I TWO NEW STATES After an Extended Debate the House Passed the Statehood Bill Tuesday VOTE ON THE BILL WAS 147 TO 102 It Provides That One State Shall Be Created of the Territory of Aril ona and New Mexico The Other One Is Formed Out of Okla ho ma and Indian TerritoryThe Name of New States Are ArI- zona and Oklahoma Washington April 20SenateThe question of additional accommodations In the way of office and committee rooms occupied the attention of the senate tho greater part of the day The subject arose In connection with the provisions In the sundry civil ap propriation bill one for an extension of the east front of the capitol build- Ing in accordance with sketches left by Architect Walters and the other for an outside senate office and com mittee building Much variety of opinion was expressed and the ques tion was still under consideration when the senate adjourned Several minor bills were passed during the dayhouseAfter a debate extending through the entire session of the house Tuesday passed the bill provide ing for joint statehood of Oklahoma and Indian territory under the name Oklahoma and of Arizona and of New Mexico under the name of Arizona The vote was 147 to 102 In discussing the rule which bad been reported by the committee on rules providing for Immediate consideration of the bill Mr Williams the minority leader declared that no republican had any Idea that the bill would become a law at this session Delegate Wilson of Arl zona opposed the bill It was favored by Delegates Rodey of New Mexico and McGuire of Oklahoma Mr Spalding N D of the territories committee explained the condi tions which led the committee to recommend two states out of the four ter ritories and Mr Sterling Ill also de fended the bill In a brief speech in support of the bill Mr Curtis Kan Insisted that the Indians of the five civilized tribes and the whites of Indian territory were ready for statehood and that 90 per cent oftho Indians were in favor of joint statehood with Oklahoma While stating that the bill did not exactly conform to his Idea of what was wanted by the people of Oklahoma Mr McGuire Okla declared that should it pass there would not be a vote against It either in Oklahoma or Indian territory The debate was closed by Mr Rod ney N M who said that while the bill did not suit the people of his ter- ritoryt they nevertheless acquiesced in It He explained In great detail the resources of both Arizona and his own territory and Inquired If agriculture alone was necessary to support a popu lation He obtained applause when he cited New York city with Ita great population which he said did not produce a potato SPANISH WAR SOCIETIES Articles of Incorporation For Three of Them Have Been Signed Indianapolis Ind April 20 Articles providing for the consolidation of three Spanish war societies under the name of United Spanish War Veterans were signed Tuesday by the following com manders In chief Maj H C McOrew Indianapolis Spanish War Veterans Capt W E English Indianapolis Spanish Americaa War Veterans Gen George M Moulton Chicago Service Men of tho Spanish War The new Boclety embodies COO organized camps located In every state including Ha wall Porto Rico and the Philippine Islands with a membership of 100000 ANTISALOON CONGRESS Ways and Means For An Active Cam paign Discussed Atlanta Ga April 20 Wayns and means for an active campaign In the Interests of temperance and the ques tion as to whether league methods work well In the south were the subjects discussed at the two meetings Tuesday of tho AntiSaloon congress in session here Rev P A Baker of h Columbus 0 Dr E E Folk of Nash yule Tenn and Rev A J Hughes of Atlanta took tho most prominent part In the discussion- Attached to North Atlantic Fleet Washington April 20Secreta Moody Issued an order Tuesday at taching the ship Mayflower to the North Atlantic fleet In order that she may accompany that command on Its practice cruise to the Mediterranean this summer To Investigate High Price of Coal Washington April 20 Representa tlve McNary Introduced a resolution instructing tho secretary of commerce and labor to investigate the causes for tho high price of coal in the United States since January 1903 Naturalization of Porto RIcans Washington April 20lime house committee on insular affairs Tuesday authorized a favorable report on a f senate bill providing for the naturalize tion of Porto Ricans u citizens uC the United sta1elLh i Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES iI MH1tIIti 9It11tIIF Miss Anna Hanson is again able to lo out after a ten days illness Mrs J J Brnnaman is just recov ing from a three weeks attack of IIgripMiM Pennington of Corbin Ky is visiting the Misses Jennie am Hallie Hill this week John and Will Richardson leftI Saturday for Red Lick where they will be employed in peeling tan barkLittle Frank Benge left Sunday for Hamilton Ohio where ho will Ix with his mother for tho rest of flu summerA of dwelling houses and stores in town are looking much the better for the new coats of paint they have reccntlrecehed The revival meetings being held al the Baptist church are growing in interest Rev Green preaches at 330 and 730 pm daily Mr and Mrs J W Fowler of Livingston were Berea visitors last week Mr Fowler is proprietor of u thriving hotel business in Livingston P M Frye who has been sick for two weeks at E M Silences his boarding place on Jackson street was seen on the street again Tuesday of this week Mrs W W Bales of near Rich mond and Mrs J W Hagins of Jackson Breathitt County were the guests of Mr and Mrs O T Sjen cer over Sunday Substantial railings have been placed on both sides of Chestnut street opposite the foot bridge in the East End which greatly lessens the danger to travelers On account of the announced lee ture for April 20 the social at the Parsonage of Second church was deferred until Tuesday night April 20th All members of the church are invited When you want Lion coffee dont take some other brand because the grocer is out of the brand you wish Mullins Goforth the new grocers have a large supply of Lion coffee on hand at all times Mrs G M Patterson and little daughter Helen of Lancaster and Mrs Pattersons niece Miss Muriam Patterson of Thorndale Texas were the guests over Sunday of Mr and Mrs J J Branaman Miss Bohnof Chicago Illa guest at Pres and Mrs Frosts sustained a fall Monday evening which resulted in a seriously sprained wrist Under carefulmedical treatment however the injured member is becoming much less painful It has been definitely settled by the citizens of Kirksville and vicinity that they will hold another fair the coming summer July 22 23 are the dates T J Curtis is president of the fair board John Simmons secre tary and D L Fry treasurer There has been something doing here the past week in the moving line E T Fish moved to his farm on the Walnut Meadow pike two miles from town Joe C Coyle moved to the house vacated by Mr Fish and Hardin Golden took possession of the Coyle property For the first time in many months a tramp was seen on our streets Monday He gave Iris name aa M K Trainer of Washington Louisiana He was a tailor by trade and the last work be did was eight years ago in Booneville Mo He is now traveling for his health Mark S Peckham of Kirksville this county took the examination for a Cecil Rhodes scholarship heldat State College last week There were only three other applicants from the State The result of the examination will not be known for some time as time papers have to be sent to Oxford England to be grades Tho will of Cassius M Clay made bequeathedlarge a childwife Dora Clay Brock has been byJudgeGen Clays mental condition at itncase the Court of Appeals yesterdayKentuckyBuilding spend a few days in Louisville Wo feel sure that Mrs Smiths charming personality and graceful welcome will render our State Building one of the groundsRichmond Tho Big Hill Coal Co with mines Countyliesfurnish 180 tons of fetal daily for the year beginning May 1st to tho Cin cinnati waterworks A number of citizens of Madison County are iu terested in this company and are to lx congratulated upon the rapid development of their property The Republicans of this county will meet in mass cuiivenliun in time Courthouse at Richmond Saturday April 23 at 2 oclock p m to elect delegates to the Republican State convention which meets in Louisvill May 3 The Republicans of time soy end precincts of tho county will meet at the sumac place at 11o clock a us on the same day to elect their precinct chairman Principal A S11111of Williams burg Academy at Williamsburg Ky who in conjunction with F P Blakelyas business manager has Ixtn editing the Whitley News has secured control of tho Williamslmrj Times also and will consolidate the papers under time name of the Times Prof Hill was CoruwrtII teacher in the College here anti is well amid favorably known In such skilful hands the future of tho Times is brightThe longlooked for mind impat iently awaited illitIf our nations greatest teni cameo orator John G Wooley occurred Monday and al though much was expected no ono was disapKintcd An immense nude ienco greeted Mr Wooley at the Tabernacle 1oudav afternoon mud listened earnestly amid attentively to his eloquent words on Christlai Citizenship Ho spoke again lit night on Personal Cleanliness and again greatly pleased his audience The visits and addresses of such good and great teen are certainly to be counted among our larger blessing in Bereu Fortyfour invited guests ossem bled at the pleasant home of Mr aiu Mrs W C Gamble on lust Friday night to enjoy n musicals A carefully prepared program land leer arranged mud was carried out in II pleasing and highly artistic manner Time following were the numbers rendered Piano Solo a Nave letto bIIButterfly Miss Han son Voce Solo Creole Love Song Prof Weaver Piano Duet Part of 5th Symphony Miss Loer II UtI Mrs Gamble Vocal Solo When the Lindens BloonmDIr Wells Violin Solo Brindisi WaltzlrPeckham Vocal Solo Elizulwtht Prayer Miss Putnam Light refreshments were served Mr Murk S Peckham of Kirksville was the only guest from out of tow- nf1I11II1tIIIHI1III1 College Items HERE AND THERE Mr G T Spencer tune home from London to spend Sunday Dr G A HuhbeH mud Jrof JW inftmoro visited Cumbcrlund Gill and Lincoln Memorial University time past week The work of installing steam heat in all tho principal buildings is now Icing pushed vigorously The pipes for Science Hall lire being put in place thiwlCk Tho second ball gamu hero willoc cur Saturday between the Bereu temp and the University of Cincin anti team Tho weather promises to be warmer which insures a snappy ante The boys of the bricklaying class who went to London Monday of last week to work on tho new brick hush tress block wing erected thero are doing excellent work and are receive hag tve11 merited pniise- Mr und Mrs Beauchamp of Lexington spent the first of the week here the guests of Pros and Mrs Frost Mrs Beauchamp mantle n short address at the Wool meet dug Monday night and Mr Beau champ addressed time students at hapel Tuesday morning The College boys played their first fame of base ball Saturday They wore beaten by Georgetown eleven to nothing Tho visitors outplayed EJerea at every stage of the game Boron failed to hit and wade costly errors Tho score Innings 123450780 T Georgetown 1040203111Korea 0000000000Bat- teries Browning and Florence for Georgetown Postlowaito and Ernst for Berea Umpire Burdette The boys hopo to redeem them selves next Satunlay when they meet the strong University of Cincinnati team Bonta will put n much stronger team in the field at that time Everyone should lie out A YOUNG FILIPINO Much Rejoicing Among the Member of the Negrito TribeISt Louis April 20 There Is much rejoicing among tho members of tho Negrito tribe who form port of the Philippine exhibit at tho Worlds fair over the birth of a threepound baby to Mr and Mrs Fayna the former the chief of tho tribe The mother and father arc not more than four feet tall and the baby Is considered quito largo for a Negrito It has been named Louis F Francis Elhlnaug Tho last name Is Its mothers which according to the custom It assumes In stead of Its tathersIRichmond and representative gathering of Riche mond Negroes hero Tuesday night formal protest was mado against the law providing for separation of the races nn street cars which Is to bo put Into effect here Wednesday Charged With Robbery Philadelphia April 20 Kdward S Armstrong wellknown produce corn mission merchant this city commit ted to prison for trial on a charge of robbery preferred by J U Coogan Mss Keo Now York a bookmaker at tiltS Acoueduct race track iY WANTKDKAITlim 1KHSOS TOTKAVKL for well iTtnMUIieJ hoiue In s trw rounllltl cst IIKOII retail men hunt n l IKVIIK Ixxtl tmlla r Sa sty IJOW per srrk with rlIIIItI a dlllollalalllyaiih hi null rucliWrk JlonfJ forriiMHw ulvsncd IMnlllon vruinni in Itiinliiion and niolilne nnlnurtnsad WholrMlen Dr t third none 311 Dear hum lit Clikufo Low Rates to Frankfort Account of State Mooting Grand Army of the Republic the Louisville Nashville ti iiise1 roundtrip tickets to Frankfort on May 24th and Uith at one faro puns 2ntouts This will make tho faro from Benin and return 240 Tickets good rvlurn ing until May 27th THE Red White A Blue Store Is full of Bargains for YOU R J ENGLE Prop Chestnut Street Berea Ky THEIRBANK rotations existing between THE bank and its customers are close and cordial We esteem it a compliment to have people lay claim to the institution as being THEIR bank Is it YOURS THE- BEREA BANK BEREA Ky Sciatic Rheumatism Curod III have been subject to sciatic rheumatism for years ft E II Waldrou of Junction Iowa liMy joints were stiff and Kao me much pain and discomfort My joints would crack when I straightened up I used Chamberlains Pain Bblm and have been thoroughly cured Have not had n pain or ache from the old trouble for mouths It is cer tainly n most wonderful liniment For sale by FE Welch Jr Druggist LOUISVILLE fit NASHVILLE RAILROADI Time Table In Effect May 24 1903 doing North Train 4 Dully Leave Berea 8 20 a m Arrive Richmond 8 02 a m Arrive Paris ftO6 a m Arrive Cincinnati7 80 a m Golnc Jforl Ii Train 0 lHUIj Leave Berea1266 p m Arrive Richmond 125 pm Arrive Paris 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati 000 p m going Honth Train 1 Unlljr Leave Beroa 1 11 p m Arrive Livingston 205 p m doing South Train a Dnllj Leave Berea 1124 p m Arrive Livingston 12 SO a m Trains No1 and No C make connection at Livingston for Jellico and the South with No 24 and No 27 W H TOWER Ticket Agent t Letter Testament t c FARMERS e We want live fat Poultry Eggs Hides and Feathers We pay highest cash prices C F GOTT CO Sticrowofn In lUrc Irmliiro Cmnpnnjr Depot Street Bores lip q w The U International Bible Seriesb Is LARGEST LINE OF SELFPRONOUNCING BIBLES IN THE WORLD TMCt MINOWNtD lON THCIft CLEAR PRINTSCHOLARLY HELPS SUPERIOR BINDINGS ted DO YOU NEED A BIBLE Then tend for this French Morocco DlTlnlty Circuit Ronnd Corners Red Under Gold Urn SILK SEWED Lure Type Minio- nSELFPRONOUNCING TEACHERS BIBLES CONNII tile1II0tIllnitritUu Mars In colors red tile most CONFUTE HELPS T- OTal STTJDT OF TIE BIBLE With tilt WordsSMhea by Christ 1IIa411r1I1T11I1t DDRESS THE CITIZEN BEREA X X I Clothing Helps to Success A well dressed man is a credit to his town and his business Our Suits Help A carload ofTminesseoWafjoiiH to arrive this week will Ira what many farmers want at tho low price I will moko Cell Phone No color Qrorcrir play Corn and ahiptut A P SETTLE JR Depot St Bores Ky C M Mullins B F Goforth The New Grocers We hare an entirely New Stock of Groceries which in guarantee of tho FRESHNESS of our goals Our Line is Complete Try our fine Breakfast Bacon D DL Kerrys Seeds grow Wo soil thorn Goods delivered at 10 n m anti 3pm Phone 70 Mullins Goforth Main Street Berea Ky ALSO PURIFIES TUB GOOD Price Only 20 cue to ray- Postage Same Ilble- rsrnlebed Wilt tor Jo eta 85 els I Set the a0 OX Tots ST vlllo on SCASOX TICKETS on Sold Daily 25 LtmltI SIXTT DAT TICKETS uo SoldDaily 2f Limit TEX DAr TICKETS Sold Daily 2f Limit 10 days ftlt Srccut COACH Dates of Sale to be limit6 days not good in Sleepers IMJ good for the FOR COMFORT ir woes TICKET yor Certainly ASK flro t UamtTT K M U JIawni I the kidneys bladder and urinary organs Also heart disease rheumatism backache gravel dropsy female I Dont become discoursed a cure for you It necrwurjr wrlto Dr Feuuer Ho liai pent a llf etlnio curlnx cues an your All consultations are TREE I had suffered for a long time threo weeks wu down In bed unable to more with out great pain because of palm In which several doctors pronounced lumbago They failed to give me any relief sample bottle of Dr Kennels Kidney and Backache Cure greatly relieved me I two more bottles and was completely cured ale though my occupation as a dyer to be ranch about water and often my clothing becomes damp or very wet I b no return of the trouble nor any signs of rheum atlsm Yours truly BRANDT 213 N Elbrlght St Mnncle Ind Sold by Druggists We anti II Dr Fcnncrs Almanac or Cook Hook Free i Necessaryto 115Plu ruitThimblidtx AdditionalPrice Popular RoundTrip Coacb1xcursion KENTUCKYAll IDR Kidney Backache Cure GOOD CROPS I We soil you the good SEED CORN and igood MILLET SEED and IYou raise the GOOD CROPS ISEE I PALED HAY BALED STRAW tf and HUGUELY q IMainStreet Richmond Ky 1 Ge See Our Want Ad Column Page 3e r F re bileG3 4rbFGFi FtF4GG 4f 6 l trlMtFlnt 6GtPGtsFQ4aFGGGEE6GGG GQpR STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST o q NEW COUNTY OF DECK HAM Glaring Errors Have Been Discovered In the Creating of It Krnnkfort Ky April HTio case of Carter county vs Brooks and Am morman which Involves tho lon tltu tionality of tho net creating tho now county of Ileckham was argued In tho court of appeals Thursday Tho point urged In that tho now county does not contain 400 square miles of territory as required by tho constitution and that the counties of Lowls and Carter will bo left with fewer than 400 squaro miles of territory It tho now county Is created that tho new county lino is loss than ten miles from tho county of Carter which is also contrary to tho constitution When this COM was led tho alleged mistake In making tho sur vey of tho now county had not heon discovered but In the argument before the court of appeals Friday the glaring errors In tho survey will bo discussed and exhibited to the Judges by plots und maps which show that tho lines as called for In tho bill run over Into tho state of Ohio and Include Vance burg In tho now county IMPORTANT TAX QUESTIONS Germanla Gymnastic Association Does Not Have to Pay Taxes Frankfort Ky April lC1ho court of appeals decided two Important tax questions Friday Tho first WAS tho Ocrmanla Gymnastic association vs tho city of Louisville In which tho city sought to make tho association pay taxes on Its building which was resisted on tho ground that It was an educational association Tho court of appeals decided for tho association Tho second case WILl tho common wealth vs the CltlronV national banks from Poylo county Tho court holds that tho bank must pay taxes on Its hares of stock for tho years 1896 to 1899 Suits against other national banks are dependent on this decision HE WILL CO TO PRISON A Roy of Eleven Years Was Prose cuted Dy His Mother Owensboro Ky April 15Willis Kelly aged 11 was Thursday sentenc ed to servo two years In prison for tho theft of a watch Ills mother nppoarcd against him and said that ho had boon stealing eve erything that wits looso slnco was five years old Tho boy admitted his guilt and sold lio can not help stealing when nobody Is looking AGREED ON A COMPROMISE Suit Against the Receiver of a Build Ing Association to Be Dismissed Lxnilsvlllo KJ A prIl15Tho touts vlllo Trust Co has agreed to accept a compromise of the suit against W II Logan absconding rooolvor of the Ken Lucky Building and Loon association Tho American IondlngfCo of Baltl moro will pay 37500 and tbo suit will bo dismissed Logan who Is said to bo In South Africa Is expected to re turn house Awarded a Verdict of 15000 lAwrenceburg Ky AprlllGln tho Anderson county circuit court horo C It Adkinnon was awarded a dam Ago judgment for 115000 against tho Southern railway In Kentucky It was the second trial of tho case the former hearing resulting in a verdict in his favor for f 3000 New Opera Hous at Versailles Versailles Ky April 101bo stock company organized by tho KnlghU of Pythias for tie purpose of building an opera houso in this city has raked a sufllclent amount of money to guaran too tho completion of the building which will cost between 110000 and 12000 Pacer Sold Louisville Ky April 15 Morning Star a green pacer was sold by Davo McClory to Alonzo McDonald of Now York for I9BOO Morning Star paced a milo In 205 flat at Douglas Park bo fore ho went Into winter quarters Ho Is a son of Star Pointer and Is five yeara old For Hearst Newspaper Louisville Ky April 16Max Ihm son Wn Hoarsta representative is said to bo negotiating for tho purchase of tho old Masonic Temple building site for tho purpose of erecting a building for a now Louisville nowspa per Tho property Is hold at 420000 Bitten By a Mad Dog Olive Iy April UMnI David Lake who rosldos in OroonUp county was bitten by a mad dog and her right hand terribly lacerated She was taken to Chicago for medical treatment N A New Military Company Eorllngton Ky April 10Tho now Barllncton company of state guards was mustered In by Capt Walter Pow ors of Mndlsonvllle Capt Paul P Price regimental commissary of tho Third Kentucky regiment was oloctod captain I Wedded In New York Mt Sterling Ky April lC1ho marriage In Jamestown N Y of Miss Salllo McClure a pretty 1B yalr old hello of this city to D A Harris is Just announced hero Mr Harris is a wealthy business man FEMALE DETECTIVE Dragged a Shoplifter Through the Streets to the Police Station Loulsvlllu Iy April IGrll Martha teed private detective for Her man Straus Sons Co escorted a struggling Negro woman accused of having stolen a quantity of merchan dise from Klrbys five and tencent storo to tho police station Friday afternoon All tho way to tho lance headquarters she hold her prisoner by the neck and half dragged and halt carried her Tho woman Suslo Trahuo was lathe act of boarding a car at Fourth nvenuo and Green street when Mrs Heed overtook her and dragged her by sheer force from the platform of the car From that tlmo on until tho po lieu station was retched Uio two women fought At Sixth and Jefferson streets a policeman offctod his assist ance but ho was Informed that it was not needed ESCAPED UNHURT Two Louisville Men Had Very Narrow Escapes From Death Louisville Ky April HIleut Kenneth Castleman a son of den John n Castloman of this city and Lieut Clelland II Davis formerly one of the most prominent young society men of oulsvlllo had a narrow escape from death by tho explosion of tho tur rot gun of tho battleship Missouri Gen Castleman Wednesday night re ceived a telegram from Mrs Kennth Cartloman saying that although home her husband and Davis wero near the turret at tho time of tbo accident they cccapod Injury CUNDIFF GOES FREE He Was Acquitted on the Testimony of His Sitter Fannie IouUvllIo Ky April ICA a re sult of the testimony of Fannlo Cun dill who declared that she fired tho shot which killed her uncle Tom Ulshop for whoso murder her brother W T Cundlff was on trial both the girl and her brother go tree The jury accepted her statement and acquitted Cundlff after bolng out four minutes Tho commonwealth can not prosecute tile girl because all Its witnesses testified site was not present when tho tragedy occurred Powers Mothers Visits Him Louisville Ky April HCalob Pow ors under sentence of death for tho murder of Gov Gocbel was visited at tho jail Wednesday by his aged moth or Mrs Elizabeth Powers who sat with him In a private room for two hours Sho declares that her son Is Innocent Price of Burley Tobacco Advanced Louisville Ky April 1C Within the lost three weeks all grades of bur Icy tobacco have boon enhanced in price from 5 to 10 per 100 pounds Burley Is generally used In making plug tobacco and ono sale of 2550 for 100 pounds the price Is higher than It has been since 1887 Found to Be Not Guilty Owensboro Ky April 14Emmett Fulkemm and Mike livens were tried hero on a charge of whltecapplng W H Dowdcll and Uio jury returned a verdict of not guilty John Webber Is In the penitentiary for tho crime and four others aro to be tried Lewis Wilbert Wolves Examination Madlsonvlllo Ky April 15The preliminary trial of Iwls Wilbert charged with Uio murdor of Gus McIntosh at Mannlngton last week was called In tho Hopkins county court here Ho waived trial and was re manded to jail to await action by the hlghor court Shot Fired By His Sister Louisville ICy April 15Fannlo Cundlff testified In the criminal court that she fired the shot that killed Tom Bishop for whoso murder William Cundlff her halfbrcthor Is on trial in tho criminal court Sho said she killed Dlshop In defense of hor brother and herself New Hospital Building Lexington Ky April lCA now hospital building Is ono of the Im provement planned at that InstltuUon which will shortly bo made Tho pres emit hospital quarters at tho county in firmary are onUroly too small to nx cdtamodato tho patronage Edward Llndseya Will Hopklnsvlllo Ky April 1C Edward Llndsoy formerly of TrIgg county Who recently died In Tuna loft an es tate valued at 150000 to tho Christian ohurch Ho was unmarried but loft numerous relatives all of whom wore out off with 1 each Painter Fell From a Scaffold Newport Ky April 1bHenn chub a house painter foil from a scaffold on one of OSbaughfiesaya now houses Friday morning Ills left arm and log woro fractured and it Is reared that ho sustained Internal in luriosChief of Police Wilson Is Out Mt Sterling Ky April 16 Charles T Wilson who has been chief of pc lice for a number of years tendered hIs resignation to tho city council which accepted It John A Conroy was elected to succeed him FIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS Regular Session Washington April 13SenatlA sharp colloquy occurred In the senate Tuesday between Senators Toller and Hopkins growing out of till reading by Mr Teller of a letter written by tho late Gen H H Thomas of Chi cago attacking tho civil service admin 1st ration of tho treasury department Mr Hopkins took exceptions to the quoting of the letter and declared that tho Colorado senator would bo willing to accept authority from tho slums whereupon Mr Teller declin ed to yield further declaring Mr Hop kins reference to the slums to bo In suIting Tho Incident occurred In con nection with tho discussion of the post once appropriation hill That meas ure was under discussion during tho lint half of tho session and was ed all amendments offered by thoI democrats being voted down The bill providing a form of government for tho Panama canal zono was taken up but debate on It bad not begun when tho soimto adjourned Houso Tho race question again was Injected Into the proceedings of the house of representatives when Mr Scott Kan delivered a long address In which he referred to his provloiw statement that It was current in Kan sas that oxPrcHldont Cleveland hall dined C H J Taylor a Kansas Negro politician Ho rind several letters from Kansas citizens that It had been Taylors boast that ho had received such social attention from Mr Cleveland Ho also said that Mr Cleveland while governor of New York had sign ed a bill providing for mixed schools In a spirited reply Mr Williams Miss tho minority leader defended the attitude of the south toward the Negro and said that discussion of the race question by tho republicans was an old game by which when the republican party found itself confronted with Issues that threatened its su premacy It began to wave tho bloody shirt At the Instance of Mr Bartlett On a letter from oxPresident Cleve land was rend denying that ho had over dined a NeKr- oWuhlnlton April HSenntcTbll senate Wednesday began considera tion of the bill providing for tho gov eminent of tho Panama canal zone Tho greater part of tho tiny was occu pled by Mr Morgan In support of amendments offered by himself None of them was accepted and tho reading of the bill was nearly half completed Mr Morgan attacked the now Panama company and contended that tho Unit ed States should proceed to carry Into effect tho provisions of the treaty with Panama rogiirdless of tho demands of that company House Under a special rulo tho houso devoted itself to consideration of a bill tho law relating to the Philippine Islands Tho provision In tho bill In reference to tho granting of railroad franchises anti tho guaran teeing of five per cent on tho cash capital actually Invested In such rail roads was opposed by Mr Jones Va who alleged that British and Belgian capitalists were ready to build the roads without such guarantee Messrs Cooper WIs and Crumpacker Ind In urging the passage of tho bill de clared that it properly safeguarded the Interests of tho Filipinos Washington April 16SenatoTho senate devoted tho entire day to con tidcratlon of tho bill for tho govern ment of tho Panama canal zono and Mr Morgan again occupied tho floor most of the day Time discussion re lated principally to details of govern- Ing the canal but some consideration also was given to Mr Halos amendment requiring the uco of American bottoms In tho shipment of canal sup plies to Uio zono Consideration of the bill was not concluded House Tho house of representa tives posited tho Philippine bill following which there was an extended debate over a resolution to permit Col Thomas W Symons of tho engineer corps of the army to servo on tho ad visor board of consulting engineers in connection with internal Improvements In the state of Now York It was adopted by an overwhelming vote The general deficiency bill was taken up and Mr Hamilton Mich discussed capital and labor Washington April lCSenatoAU- or n day devoted to quite routine pro ceedings the senate was treated to a spirited speech by Mr Bailey Just bee fore adjournment on tho question otI civil service Tho subject came up In connection with a paragraph In th sundry civil appropriation bill Mr Bailey announced In plain terms that ho had no sympathy wlUi tho ride scent dream of civil service Ho de Glared that each party should control the patronage while In power and avowed himself a spoilsman Mr Halo was In accord with much that Mr Bai Icy said but cited that congress could not bp Induced to change the law even though convinced that It should bo changed Tho Panama canal bill oc cuplod the major portion of the day and was passed without division Mr i Bpoonor made a vigorous speech in support of tho bill and was replied toIby Mr Morgan The civil service propriation bill was taken up when tho senate atijournod about halt of It had been rend goneml1dehouso Friday after a number of minor bills had been passed The presidents recent order regarding service pen lions was attacked by Mr Underwood Ala who contended that there was no warrant In law for It Tho presi dent also was crIUclsod by Mr nay Va because of certain suspensions of tho civil service rules dons General dcbato on the deficien cy hill will close Saturday and the bill will bo ready for amendment Japanese to Be Released Washington April 1C Ambassador IcCormlck cabled the state depart went tram St Petersburg that the Jap neso at Kharsakob Siberia are to be released and that n transport can call hero to got them as soon as navlga Hon is open Will Compliment Lieut Chandler Washington April 1GThe secre ary of tho navy has decided to com pllment Lieut Lloyd H Chandler for his highly creditable management ot the torpedo boat flotilla just arrived at Cavlto from Hampton Roads FUN IN THE GARRET Were having a lovely time lodayl Were all of us up In the garret at play We have three house under the eaves Not rent you know but makebellcvea Two we live In and one Is a stereo Where a little out screen makes a truly door- Warren keeps store and Joe is his clerk And llelty and I stay ot home and work Joe comes around and Knocks or rings And order potatoes and steak and thlngi And sometimes we go to the store and buy Or rend the children for ribbons or pie Its lots of funJim try It tome day When it rains too hard to go out and play Emma C Dowd In Youths Companion TWO VERY SMART PARROtS One Called Folly Chews Tobacco and the Other Is Afraid of Old Glory When It Waves Within a blrdseye view ot the Eagle offlee at Brooklyn N Y are two as remarkable parrots as could be found In years of wandering One chews toe bacco but does not swear She Is owned by Henry Eberhardt who runs a hair dressing establishment In the savings bank block at the corner ot At lantic avenue and Clinton street She rejoices In the simple name of Polly and never occupies a cage except at night All day long Polly can bo seen on an open perch through the big plate glass window on Clinton street In the summer time Polly flies just out side the window when a thunder storm comes up and greatly enjoys a shower bath Polly although nine years old has never made an attempt to escape and probably never will Whenever site sees a man In the shop eating she follows him around and teases him to the best of her ability She likes can dy Is fond of coffee and will pick a meat bone clean If she sees a man take a chow of tobacco she wants a little too turning a bit of plug around In her bill as she would a nut Polly Is a pugnacious bird If an Animal seeks close acquaintance Mr Eberhardt once owned a bull terrier who attempted too great familiarity one day Polly made a rush and slit the dogs nose from top to bottom with her beak Ills dogshlp never ventured near her again This parrot whistles and talks and sings a little In Span Ish She Imitates the crying and laughing of children In addition she has a sizable vocabulary saying Hello lien ry her owners name and Hello Doctor with startling distinctness She rolls on her back and does such odd stunts ns picking among the hairs of Mr Eborhardts head as If they TIllS PAmiOT CHEWS TOBACCO neverAnother parrot equally remarkable In its way Is Hopkins owned by Mr Williams who keeps a furnishing goods utoro at 100 Court street He Is- H called Hoppy for short and Is 17 years old lie eats potatoes broad and butter and sunflower seeds regularly and has walnuts and cranberries for delicacies Ho does not like the water except to drink and bathes only under compulsion Some yearn ago he was Ill but was brought around with a mixture of whisky and paregoric The whisky by tho way made huh so tipsy that he kept falling off his perch Hopkins does not like small boys and If he sees them coming will hustle Into his cage as If It was a cyclone cellar While liking his wire prison he looks forward to the hour when the gas Is lighted for then he is ale lowed to walk along one of the glass showcases If the corks delay In tak Ing him out ho will yell Hurry up be Quick Pcek n boo Pussy cat- and Goodbye are among the plain est words he repeats Whenever he hears the fire engines tearing by he will cock up his head and Inquire Whats that Ho also repeats tho words bad naughty boy occasional ly particularly when he has done some piece of mischief A knocking or any strange noise causes him to screech pussy cat It takes him about a year to learn a now word lie does not hesitate to attack a cat or dog coming near his cage but Is rather afraid of a United States flag if waved in close proximity although there Is red silk on tho screen around his cage Brook lyn Eagle Caught at It Tommy Smokln cigarettes is dead wire to hurt e- rJlmmOonl Where did yer git dat notionFrom pop Ah ho wuz Jlst strlngln yen No he wuznt stringln me he wuz strappln me Dats how I know it hurts Caltollo Standard KOREAS LITTLE EMPEROR lIe Has Put Little to Say About the Government or the Future of His Country The little emperor of Korea Is neither so powerful as tho czar on one side of him nor so wise as the mikado of Japan on the other side Ills country is little so when his big and powerful nelghtbors on eIther side begin to fight each other as they are doing now he Is like a grain of whent between millstones- A look at the map will show how easy It is for the soldiers ot his neighbors to tramp across his small country And this Is what they are doing without feeling badly about doing It Surely the little emperor Is in a peck of trouble He might as well bo a plain everyday American as an emperor because as an emperor ho is no more able to stop them than It he were ari American When we think ot an em pire we think of a great powerful nation like Germany and not a little weak land like Korea but Li HI LI Hsl LI Haul Yl HIeung Tl Houl or whatever the emper ors real name is likes to think of his little country as an empire No one needs to bother about learning to pronounce any of these names because so little is known about his true name In this coun try that all of them might be wrong According to the New York Tribune there are many queer things about this ruler who Is said by those who have seen him to be short and stout and to look as if he were not well They say he always looks good natured but does not look as If he knew a great deal When persons are allowed to see him they always see him alone In the mldatof a big room and that makes him seem smaller still Like the mldako he asks many ques Lions and knows a great deal for a man THE EMPEROR OF KOREA who has never been further than 1C miles beyond the walls of his capital Seoul In those eastern countries like China and Korea to be ruler means to be shut up In a palace seldom leaving it and when a ruler does go outside It is only onI some great and Important journey when all the business In the streets must stop and everybody get out of the way Only once has the emperor of Korea traveled beyond the walls of Seoul That time he visited the graves of some ancestors 15i miles away One would think that a ruler could leave his palace whenever wished to but it Is not always so as weI have seen Only five times a year does the ruler of Korea go outside his palace prison Then he goes through the main street of Seoul to visit the temple Tho emperor does not even know the streets of his capital He thinks he docs On the days he goes through the main street It looks like a nice wide street That is because it has beep cleaned up for his coming On other days It is crowded on either side with street pedlers and their goods lie docs not know that all the other streets are narrow and dirty As one would think being emperor ot Korea is not all fun He became ruler when he was 12 years old Then how ever be became only a king for that was what the rulers of Korea were called at that time which was 1SC4 He was not tho son of the king who had died and whoso place ho was taking The old king had no sons so they took this boy who was his nephew Now boys of course aro not able to rulo countries themselves so they did justas they did In Spain when tho present king was a small boy chose some ono to rule for him until hesbouldI be old enough to do It for Spain it will be remembered the boys mother was what is called the regent In Korea it was the boys father Tal WenI Kin was his name He was said to wicked old regent He tried to drive the foreigners out of the country and not stop until some other nations wou11I him Little can be told about as him a boy because little is known ab01lI In course of time he became really king but ho had to pay money to China nor and then as China claimed to have charge of Korea Afraid that bad men might want to hunt him as they did his wUeI whom they killed he sleeps In the time and is awake at night Once to was obliged to run away from the palaoeandi bide for safety It was Korea that Japan went to war with China in 1895 and beat her Then the little king would no longer pay money to China and he told the other countries ot tho world that his country was an empire and he an emperor It Is clear that the proverb Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown would tell how the emperor of Korea feels The Tattooers of Samoa Tatoolng is largely practiced by the natives of Samoa Those who follow art as a trade have an effective way securing their pay The decoration ox tends from the waist to tho knees no other part of the body being marked In the small ot the back the design shades oft to a point which Is never finished by the tattooer till his hill has been paid As the Incomplete design is public evi dente ot the wearers Indebtedness the artist seldom has to watt long for nil aodey Best Cough Modlclno for Children When you buy a cough medicine t for children you want ono in which you can place implicit confidence You wantono that not only relieves but cures You want one that is un questionably harmless You want one that is pleasant to take Chamberlains Cough Remedy meets all of these conditions There is nothing so good for the coughs and colds incident to childhood It is also a certain pre ventive 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 dis ease with perfect success For sale by S E Welch Jr Drug- gistFarmers National Bank Richmond Ky 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boat friends a visit Miss Nettie Lynch of Itoyul Oak visited Henry Prices family lust Saturday anti Sunday Jack Kidd bought 7 Lead of cattle last week Grant Price of this County purchased fine farm in Lee Co last week Burgoyne Bother has a now stock of goodsC J Recce of Trav oldiand Mrs Lulu Pride wore guests of Mrs Bertha Botner last week Steve f Gum Jr paid Beck Board a flying visit last Saturday night Oat sow ing is about over in this vicinity CON KLIN0 April HIo The 0 K Lumber Co are bringing prosperity into this local ity They also stand for morality as they discharge any one hoard swear lugJed Bowlos has just finished spreading fertilizer for Jesse Wilson TIll neighlx rs met last week and sowed Doc Mainous oats for him Doc has leon very sick the past month but is improving Walker Tirey 1visited his best girl SundayR P Ambrose sold n fine buggy horse last week Vol Taylor and wife have returned from Ohio where they have been for some time Rev James Anderson filled his appointment at Macedonia Sunday Your corres ndent sjHitt the dayon Sexton Saturday e STURGEON April 10W W Wilson passed down Island Creek Saturday on his laity to Buffalo looking out for a school W B Roberts was at Heidluburg on business Died on lust Saturday Joe Brewer son of John Brewer from near Berea at his sisters house on Island Creek He wus buried Monday The news of the death and burial cues as a sad blow to his parents Morgan Bryant and wife of Jackson countywere visiting his mother and friends in our vicinity last week June Moore 1Cow Creek is visiting home folks week James Moore died at his i home on Island Creek Monday the 1of cancer He had been at sufferer for some time He was mined near his home Tuesday with Masonic honor The bereaved family have our deepest sympathy When von want your plow sharpen ed or your picture taken call on W J Blake John and Paddie Gub r hard of Lee countywere visiting friends on Island Creek last week H L Becknell und family were visiting on Sturgeon Saturday and SundayDavid Hill will start to St Louis soon to visit the Worlds Fair Ho will travel for his health the con ing uThe I 00 F lodge of Travelers Rest will dedicate their new building April 27th William Becknell and Tom Venable will start the now saw and grist mill soon at the mouth of McGuire- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD April 18Next Saturday and Sunday is the regular meeting at Macedonia Casper Roy und Bert Martin visited Sam and Garfield Shearer Sunday Mr and Mrs J C Grimm were at Rockford Sunday Mr Culliham who has been HiclI nearly all winter huts gone back to Knox County to stay with his laugh terJ S Lambert has moved to BereaW C Oggs baby is very sickwith pneumonia and is not ox pected to live It is the pet of the u family Peaches are not all killed yet Criss Woods was at Rockford Monday after shingles LIVINGSTON April lUrs Robert Nicholas is visiting relatives here this weekJ Mrs Mary Williams of Hazel Patch cans visiting friends here lust week Mrs George Miillins who was burned two years ago died last Tuesday morning She leaves a husband and two children to mourn her loss Theo ligg was hero n few days lastII week Charlie Mullins and wife were hero Sunday Sonic of the boys have caught very nice fish this sea sondiet Geo 0 Barnes preached two very interesting sermons here last week Rome Adams was at Mullins Station Sunday I S Stowl art who hall his foot mashed with nnt the ard is slowl ingIMASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE April 18 Rev P T Gorham visited time Fifth street school Mon I day morning und brought his two a little daughters whom he added to i j wa the school He made noun very en couraging remarks to the school The New Era Institute held at tin conductdsucoess Mrs Josephine Brady wa indisfxxsedwith the grip during the past week Miss Anna Berry who has lxen quite ill with fever is mucli better now The funeral of Mrs Frances Jackson was held ut Bethel church Sunday mornill conducted by Rev Win Priceher remains were interred in the Washington cemetery Charlie Brooks of Lexington and Miss Hattie Long of this city were happily married Tuesday nt high noon at the residence of tilt brides sister Mrs Annie Moore on E Fourth St Revs White und P T Gorhum officiated They left on the 120 train for the Quern City Mrs Mary Nelson of the East End is ill with symptoms of pneumonia The Bethel Baptist church will have a one dollar rally Sunday Rev O A Nelson will preach in time afternoon Everyomit is invited Basil Davis is quite illat his home on Maddox Stlrs Susan BtlIof Madisonville Ohio is visiting her mother Mrs Lou Morrison on Mud dox St JACKSON COUNTY KIRBY KNOB April 10 Frank Hatfield took his camera to Berea last week and has now u lot of picture work on hand Laura Hut field is having measles at Bereu sad will come home to stay until her eyes get strong when she will return to school Daniel Sparks has moved his parents from Drixp Rock to his home here County Jailor Cash Johnson passed through here last week11nm Clark of McKee was here last week in the in terest of Republicans who are nom inating Chairman for the count and the several districtsCharlieJones is improving rapidly and hoi os to IH strong enough to return home soon Aunt Polly Leinheart went to stay with her sons awhile on Rock Lick Ellen Click an old Berea student who is now teaching in u mission school in Athens Alabama writes that slat will le at Berea for com mencementESTILL COUNTY COMBS April JOC M Rnwlings is on the sick list this week Rollie Kilt well of Jackson Co spent Saturday and Sunday here time guest of Miss Julia Singfeton Mrs Martha Lam ttlInltldayMaryJunesome time is now better G L Wren und his brother Lee passed through here recently on business It is feared that the fruit is about all killed by the frost There was preaching at Lane Oak church Satur lay und Sunday of last week by Mose JonesBREATHITT COUNTY JACKSON April 10 There is a protracted meeting going on at the Baptist churchwith several conversions Farmers are very busy at present S H Stidhum nndS B Stidhum Bcattyvillolusting in Jackson E C Jones timid Thomas H den were in Lexington several lays last weekSam Jones of Troublesome met with u horrible death u few days ago being in runs pany with two Conchs lays After partaking of a few drinks they all went off together where as the story goes they built up n fire to warm themselves and Jones dropped into deep sleep and his companions went away und left him and on their return found him burned to n crisp Mr Jones was a son of John Jones an elisor in the famous Jett White case andu cousin of E C Jones body of Carl Dayvas brought from Lexington where he died lust week und buried at time Day burial ground on Frozen Creek E C Jones has shipjHd quite u lot of fruit trees here and to different purls of the country from Knoxville Mr Mrs M E Combs of Louisville lIre visiting Mrs Combs father here Cinnl Cod For Worlds Fair Jackson Ky AprillfJTho Kentucky Block nnd Cannel Coal Com pany shipped through Jackson today eighteen tons of cannel coal enroute the Worlds Fair grounds at St Louis us their exhibit The coal will built into an arch eighteen feet highIInd seven feet wide at the en trance of the Kentucky exhibit The coalcomes from the companys mines in Mqrgan county This is from the section that furnished the premium coal at the Worlds Fair in Chicago in 1003 i SOFTCORE Like the running brook the red blood that flows through the veins has to come from somewhere The springs of red blood arc found in the soft core of the bones called the marrow and some say red blood also comes from the spleen Healthy bone marrow and healthy spleen arc full of fat Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with the richest of all fats the pure cod liver oil For pale school girls and invalids and for all whose blood is thin and pale Scotts Emulsion is a pleasant and rich blood food It not only feeds the bloodmaking organs but- gives strength to do their proper work Send fur free sample SCOTT at llOWNlt ChemUl- iroytl Yorkjuc WILL TAKE ONE DAYS REST Sunday Shaves Will Be Cut Out In Newport Hereafter Newport Ky April 20The Barbers union of Newport has decided to close shops on Sundays In the future The new order will go Into effort next Sunday April 24 This means that there will be no Sunday shaving In Nowport hereafter All shops will bt closed and the probabilities are that the cases pending against several bar bers for keeping their shops open on Sunday will be dismissed In the courts at the cost of the prosecutors The union shops will keep open on Saturday night until 11 ochtck COURT DOCKET IS CROWDED Impossible to Try 150 Cues at Bar boursville This Term Barboursvllle Ky April 2aIt will be Impossible to try any of the 1M common law cases now on the court docket here until the legislature gives reliefThe court has worked day and night for more than two years In the vain effort to clear the dockets of the ills trict but there Is no hopo of getting any common law cases In Knox Lau ref Jackson or Leslie counties to trial The court tins been able to keep up with the equity causes- REMARKABLE PHENOMENON Mock Suns to the North and South of Old Sol Seen Owensboro Ky April 20A mOBtI remarkable meteorological phenome non was seen here late Tuesday afternoon in the form of a parhelion or mock sun The false sun was about 22Yr degrees south of the true sun and was so bright that It could not long be looked upon with the naked eye It lasted for an hour and when It disappeared another to the north of the sun appeared and lasted for twenty minutes Cleans Up Garrard County Lancaster Ky April 220Local to bacco warehousemen received orders from their headquarters In Louisville to consign the remainder of their stock on hand to the Continental In Louisville This means the Continen tal has bought the remainder of tho countys crop which Is about 1GOOOO pounds Sudden Death of Gen D L Adalr Hawesvllle Ky April 20Oen n L Adair died suddenly Tuesday while working In his garden lust below this city IHs death was a shock to tho community as he was seemingly In splendid health Gen Adair was an officer In the Mexican war and was 80 years old- Bought 1000 Tons of Tobacco Owen ton Ky April 20The Conti nental Tobacco Co has purchased nearly 2000000 pounds of tobacco In this county The largest sales were made by P D Leech 900000 pounds at 15c J S Claxon 100000 pounds at 12ic and William Marston 100000 pounds at ICc Oil Land Leases Sold ML Sterling Ky April 20A Floyd Dyrd has sold to Now York capitalists oil leases on 3000 acres of land In Morgan county for 25000 cash On the land are two producing wells of 10 and 50 barrels capacity dally Time sale one of the best ever made In Eastern Kentucky Humane Officer Graff Dead Newport Ky April 20John II Oraff who for many years held the po sltlon of humane ofllcer died Tuesday About a week ago he was removed to Speers hospital his health both phys ically and mentally being very much broken He was 73 years of age The Will Filed For Probate Owensboro Ky Aprll20The will of Hon A C Tompkins was filed In the county court here His entire es tate valued at 200000 Is devised to his wife In fee simple except that hla son Samuel W Tompkins Is given hiai watch and diamonds A disordered stomach may cause no endof trouble When the stomach fails to perform its functions tho bowels become deranged the liver and kidneys congested causing num erous discuses the most fatal of which are painless null therefore tho more to be dreaded The important thing is to restore tho stomach and liver to a healthy condition and for this purpose no better preparation can be used than Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by S E Welch Jr Druggist YourHeart May Be Weak One Person in Four Has- a Weak Heart One or the surest nlgns of a weak heart Is shortness of breath after exercise Your heart Is not able to pump the blood rant enough to your lungs Some or the other symptoms At Heart Trouble nro rnlni In the Side Back and 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