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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ttI 11 IftHt JAMES MILTON RACER Cdltr and Publisher maknd w roltefet a Sma ky uooad- alai alaU4atf r H JvH J I I I I H I+IJIIIo I VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 28 1901 One dollar year NO IDEAS Moral aiinslon In much more effective It the child knows that thero In a bnr rcl Btnvo in the corners A man does not next n magnifying glass to see tho dluiplel on the checkH ut on helrce- aJ Money will not buy everything but It will buy the thlugti that you want FROM THE WIDE WORLD About 0110 hundred Miners were buried by nu uvnlanchu in Italy King Edward and Queen Aluxnn drln of England left Monday to visit Ireland Tho lews by thu fire nt Toronto if estimated to Ixi 0000000 Over 2M firms were put out of husiuetM Six ollkialu of tho Honduran Coy ernment of Control America have been found guilty of n plot to awum hiiiate President Arias President Loulxt of Franco leas arrived at Rome on n visit to King Victor Emmanuel of Italyand wits given a grand ovation by the public Great bitterness has lien aroused throughout Manchuria agaiiiHt Aineri eons and British localise it is Ixilioved American and British vessels assisted thu JaNiiawo fleet in tho tombard meiit of Port Arthur Thu contract by which tho owner ship of tho Panama Canal passes to the United States has been signed sealed and delivered in Paris TIll transfer was formally ratified at n meeting of tho stockholders of tho Cumin Company Two more JapnneHo worn arrested as Bpiea by the Russians Russia in wild to Iw negotiating with Greece nnd Argentina for the purchase of warships It in re ortcd that Riiwia is negotiating for n 150000000 loanNew Chwang is retorted to have b been iondanlel by limo t It Is reported that an Englishman was arrested In Port Arthur n spy and hanged IN OUR OWN COUNTRY- It is Mated that tho Klondike will product at least 10000000 of gold thin season President Roosevelt has selected William IL Hunt as Governor of Porto Woo It is Milt the Standard Oil Com any is planning to lay n pix line from Texas to Now York PlOploIMltlltLawrence yesterday at Kvansvillo Thu opulatioii of St Louis accord lug to its now city directory is 15113072 nil Increase of 37203 over hist year President Roosevelt hits sent word to hula friends in time Senate that time nomination of W D Crum colored us Collector nt Charleston must Iw confirmed Moro than 1400 bills love been taased during tin present session of Congress The estimate of tho total amount carried by the supply bills is 507812321 Angus M Cnnnon patriarch of the Mormon Church told the uiPinlwni of thu Senator Smoot Investigation Committee that ho would have to Im prove if hu dill not contiuuu to live with his plural wives- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Margiu Duncan who was over 100 years old died nt Winchester Disastrous forest fires are raging on tho mountains III Lctchor county Tho girls nt Caldwell College Danville had it flag rush of their own Saturday morning Gen D L Adair n Mexican War veteran was stricken with death while working in his garden at Iluwesvillo Ky Tho storm Monday wrecked or un roofs many buildings lx th In Paris mind Cynthinnn entailing a loss in each of 30000 Former Commonwealths Attorney John L Isaacs of Manchester Ky was robbed of 300 in tho tenderloin district of Frankfort Tho taking of testimony in tho Eleventh district congressional con test among Hunter Edwards nnd White will login nt Washington May Tho Court of Appeals today affirm tho judgment of tho lower court t by which Jim Howard wax sentenced to life imprisonment for tho murder of Gov Cobol William Miller was sentenced to penitentiary for two years at Harbour yule being tho third man convicted of perjury as the result ofn gait hung game two years ago Hugh Mulholland formerly postmaster at Paducah was sentenced to twentyniuo days in jail at Brooklyn N Y hnviug l11e lled guilty to oaang of 25 worth of stolen troll fag stamps a J t wr XnArdll THE CITIZEN 11a 45 f 1 MRS JOHN ALEXANDER DOWIE Mm Dowlc who him been n conspicuous flRure In Zion Citys affairs Is now In All tnlUa tier former homo and It Is rumored that die will not return hue line IKCII of great nwlnlunco to her liuubnuil UIIJuli the Hestorcr In hU riigluua work 1IlSe Mall Probably tho lost bail amino over plnyed In I5cri was played Satur iuninhrKCordefeat tho College team by tho wore of 5 to 2 Tho score stood 2 nail 2 up till tho eleventh inning when beinghiltloinghitthird mud Nail on second Irath woro forced ofT tad should have IMXJII do umpirefaillocJheard to say I wont chango my youbrimmgheron nmintnineti that tho Ride was out Cincinnati went front ono con elusion to another nnd finally Korea WOH flecceM into giving them the gauze by till decision of ono out and threo on liases Bnlzhisor got in n good lino hit to loft field which brought in three runs Keren came to bat fillwl time Ixisefl but failed to hit Pofithnvnits pitching is to to com mendcMl Ho struck out ten men nnd allowed but two hits Attend ance 230 Tho score tinuniutl ab h po r terra h t o r Schmltt u lOG Knul c 111 12 0 0luoUItobfrt o 6001 Tltlll ft 4000 0Wright0MontsShafer p 0 M 41105ITotalTotal UI13 42 7131 TcXilHtrrClncln 0001100000 a 6 narerlmand thirty minute Struck urlIr Icutlewalt 10 br shaferO Iliue on llalli Br ioitlewalt IIr Shakl I The Mormon Senators Cast Spcclit to the CltUc- uWnshiugton D C April 25 Senator Burrows committee has roo sumed tho investigation of the Reed Smoot case Mr Smoot ii tho Mormon senator from Utah who it is hoped will lx ousted from his sent in tho Senate Eight or ten witnesses are already here nnd four or five who wore summoned have taken to the woods Briglmm Roberts oxM 0 acknowledged having than wives and fifteen children and calm bythenno law Angus Caution confessed to six wives mId said ho intended to live with thong hereafter an ho laud done hitherto Ho had served sixmonths in prison for polygamy ills voice shook and ho exhibited much emotion when compelled to tell all about his domestic affairs The Hood Atonement That tho Utah Mormons believe and teach tho doctrine of blood atonement is above doubt and be yond question By that they mean that you must kill a man or woman wine commits corthin sins in order to save hind Thu following piotat ion from Pros II C Kimball is to It isI tholOlnttaken from an by him in Salt Lake City I have no doubt but there will ho hundreds who will leave us and go to our enemies I wish they would go this fall it might save us trouble for if men turn traitors to God anti his flervttutn their hlooclwill sorely 1x5 shed or else theywill lx damsel and that too according to tho covenants This is time whole horrid doctrine in n nut shell kill them or they will Ito damned Morehead Mount anircr Mormon Creed In Brief Gal in a perron with tho fonu nnd flesh of nom Man is n part of the sulistanco of God and will himself lecoitio a got Man was not created by God but existed front all eternity amiduvill never east 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PROPRIETOR I have 55 sets of tombstones and monuments Prices ran o from 10 to 50 in marble in granite 140 to 150 I sell 14 Whit Vermont Marble Only All cloudy marble and will soon fade as it is polished with putty and acid besides it is hard to read the inscriptions on cloudy stones daysWrite S McGUIREkBerea Kentucky ISEHNS fl RibelbutbeStevens hat tern on the market since 184 and is TWemauulacturcacomllrtelineof Rides Pistols Shotguns Alkyour dntrr the SI hlllUllnlol Cat itstevenb If rw 1w met do taedbuhlhemttus rItMmtItititercltel Mattddlredrrupoa receipt of rrk Ju goat aapwgoalumV ctcimnMow t Set oa It Kent st- aAdlsreNe ir Ileremmnt J STEVENS ARMS ft TOOL CO IO Chlcopco Fnlln Maw 4 4TnTHE LITTLE BOY THAT DIED Poor little dusty clothes nil torn Jly ruthless hands of brier and thorn And tranches that hi scrambled past When tame bright rulnbow led him last With pockets overflowing measure Of lIfortrll grimy treasure llutton and tall and stick and Btrlnc A little bit of everything And stains that show how lacking room lie brought some spoil of betties homo Dear telltale garments Slow I lay With trembling hands cacti one way I may not put my tears aside Ah Little Boy that died Thw restless feet that went to God Iloly many eager paths they trod 1 find their truces everywhere Thi happy roads he used to tare Here Is the line Hint led him far Irate the wood where wonders are Grim beasts that hide In dens and lairs Indians creeping unawares Strung torts thrown up In oaktrees shade And snares and weapons strangely made And yonder where the grass Is bent I find a happy WI he went To reach the orchards cool content While herethis path he used to go To gain a certain place I know Where once we found him fast deep 1lalf hidden In the daisies deep All sheltered safe anti satlsiled Dear Little Hoy that died The house Is oh so still so still The sudden laugh that used to thrill The rooms and make the quiet ring Is silent now past echoing At every turn the vanished Joy Comes back to life In some old toy Tho rockinghorse thut could not rest For riding on an rndless quest The voltllermcri who had to fight In grim battalions day and night The slate with letter partly done And left for other task begun And here tile little empty bed For all the nights untenanted The wlndfll lat deserted there And by the hearth an empty chair Oh things forevermore denied My Little Buy who died The world Is full of pain like mine Tonight when stare come out to shine How many a mothers soul will know The anguish of this selfsame woe This strange half cornprehended lack Thn little wanderers coming back At evening from Ills nil of play With the long nnnals of the day The twilight talk then close to her Tha small white robed petitioner And after ull Is done and said The tender tucking Into beds How many a mothers heart will beat Faster for fancied found of feet For fancied touch of fingertips And rough caress of childish lips And when the midnight dark Is dep How many a mother stir In sleep And wake and call with arms held wide Borne Little Roy that died Fannie llyrd Turner In Youths Com HU P panionTHE MISSISSIPPI I BUBBLE By EMERSON HOUGH Author orthc Storyof the Cowboy The Girl at the Halfway House Etc tooprrigat15J2 Eintnon UougW CHAPTER XXVlCoXTJStKii But you must answer cried Sir Arthur and you must swearl If you would have my answer and my oath then I give you both I did not do what you suggest nor can I conceive how any man should think me guilty of It I loved Lady Catharine Knollys with all my heart Twas my chief bitterness keener than even the thought of the gallows Itself that she forsook me In my trouble Then bit ter as any man would be I persuaded myself that cared naught Then came this other woman Then well I was a man and a foola fool Sir Arthur a most miserable fool Every moment of my life since first I saw her I have loved the Lady Cath arine and God help me I do now Sir Arthur struck his hand upon the hilt of his sword You were more lucky than myself as I know said he and from his lips broke half a groan Good God broke out Law Let us not talk of it I give you my word of honor there has been no happiness to this But cove We waste time Let us cross swords Walt Let me explain since we are In the way of it You must know that twas within the plans of Montague that Lady Catharine Knollys should be the agent of your freedom I was pledged to the Lady Catharine to as sist her though as you may perhaps see sir and Pembroke gulped In his throat as he siwhe twas difficult enough this part that was assigned to me It was I Mr Law who drove the toach to tte gate the coach which brought the Lady Catharine Twas she who opened tho door of Newgate Jail for you My God sir how could you walk past that woman coming there as she did with such a purpose At hearing these words the tall fig ure of the man opposed to him drooped and sank as though under some fear ful blow He staggered to a nearby support and nank weakly to a seat his head falling between his hands his whole face convulsed Ah said he you did right to cross teas In search of me God hath indeed found me out and given me my punishment Yet I ask God to bear me wltneps that I knew not the truth Come Sir Arthur Come beseech you Lot us fall to I shall be no mans executioner for his sentence on himself I could not fight you now Ills ore fell by chance upon the blotch in Iaws bloodstained tunic And here ho said seel You are already wuunded Twas but one womans way of showing hf r regard said Law Twas Mary Connynce utahbed me But why Nay I am clad of It since It proves the truth of all you say even as It proves me to be the most unworthy man tn all tho world Oh what hall ft m ant to me toYnow a real love Cud dolt could I have been o Mlnrt Irl31i Vis the ancient puile t Yes cried Law And let us make an end of puzzler Your quarrel sir I admit Is just IAt us RO And acaln tell you Mr onIreplied Sir Arthur thut I will not light you Then sir said Law dropping his own sword upon the grass and extending his hand with n broken smile Us I who am your prisoner CHAlTEK XXVII Tug IROQUOia Even as Sir Arthur and John Law clasped hands there came a sudden In terruption A halfscore yards deeper In the wood there arose a sudden half choked cry followed by a shrill whoop There was a crashing as of one run ning and Immediately there pressed Into the open space the figure of an Indian an old Ulan from the village of tho llllnl Even as his staggering footsteps brought him within gaze the two startled observers saw the shaft which had sunk deep within his breast lie had been shot through by an In dian arrow and upon the Instant It was all too plain whose hand had sped the shaft Following close upon his heels there came a stalwart savage whose face hideously painted appeared fairly demoniacal as he camo bounding on with uplifted hatchet seeking to strike down the victim already impaled by the silent arrow Quick cried Law In a Hash catch- Ing the meaning of this sudden spec tacle Into the fort Sir Arthur and call the men together Not stopping to relieve the struggles of the victim who had now fallen forward gasping Law sprang on with drawn blade to meet the advancing savage The latter paused for an un certain moment and then with a shrill yell of defiance hurled the keen steel hatchet full at Laws head It shore away a piece of his hat brim and sank with edge deep burled In the trunk of a tree beyond The savage turned but turned too late The blade of the swordsman passed through from rib to rib under his arm and he fell choking even ns he sought again to give vent to his war cry And now arose in the woods beyond and in the fields below the hill and from the villages of the neighboring Indians a series of sharp undulating yells Shots came from within the fortress where the loopholes were already manned There were borne from the nearest wigwams of the llllnl the screams of wounded men the shrieks of terrified women In an Instant the peaceful spot had become the scene of a horrible confusion Once more the wolves of the woods the Iroquois had fallen on their prey Swift as had been Laws movements Pembroke was but a pace behind him as he wrenched free his blade The two turned back together and started at speed for the palisade At the gate they met others hurrying In Pem brokes men joining in the rush of the frightened villagers Among these the Iroquois pressed with shrill yells plying knife and bow and hatchet as they ran and the horrified eyes of those within the palisade saw many a tragedy gate cried Pierre Noir from his station In the corner tower As he spoke there came a rush of screaming Iroquois who sought to gain the entranceNow Pierre Noir discharg ing his piece Into the crowded ranks below him and shot after shot fol lowed his own The packed brown mass gave back and resolved itself In to scattered units who broke and ran for the nearest cover They will not come on again until darksaid Pierre Nolr calmly lean Ing his piece against the wall There fore I may attend to certain little mat terslIe passed out Into the entryway where lay the bodies of three Iroquois abandoned under the close and dead ly fire by their companions where they had fallen When Pierre Noir re turned and calmly propped up again the door of slabs which he had re moved he carried in his hand three tufts of long black hair from which dripped heavy gouts of blood Good God man said Pembroke You must not be savage as these In diana Speak for yourself Monsieur An glais replied Pierre stoutly You need not save these head pieces if you do not care for them For myself tin part of the trpde- Assuredly broke In Jean Breboeuf Wo keep these trinkets we voya geurs of the French Make no doubt that Jean Breboeuf will take back with him full tale of the Indians he has killed Presently I go out Zip goes my knife and off come3 the topknot of Monsieur Indian him I hilled but now as he ran Then I shall dry the scalp hero by the flue and mount it on a bit of willow and take It back for a present to my sweetheart Susanno Duchene on the selgnleury at home Bravo Jean cried out the old Ins dian fighter Pierre Nolr the old bare sark rage of the fighting man now ris ing hot In his blood And look Hero come more chances for our little ornamentsPierre for once head been mis taken and underestimated the courage of the warriors of the Onondagos Lashing themselves to fury at the thought of their louses they came on again now banding and charging iu the open close up to the walls of the palisade Again the little party or whites maintained a steady tire and again the Iroqnold bailed and enraged theyIagainst the walls the I am sorry sir said Sergt Gray to Pembroke but tis all MP with me The poor follow staggered against the wall and In a few moments all was Indeed over with him A chance slot had pierced his chest Poatot If this leens uo said clone noir tncre will sat be matt of us left by morning I never them fight so well TIs a good WRIChI well need this night In fact all through the night thin hoquols tried fvery stratagem of their savage wnrfatc With earsnllUIn yells they came close up to the stock nde and In one such charge two or three of their young men even man aged to climb to the tops of the point cd stakes though but to meet their death at the muzzles of time within Then there arose musletsI of firs from wliiout the walls clea which terminal at last In little jarring thuds where blazing arrows fell and stood In log or earth or unprotected roof These projectiles wrapped with lighted birch bark served ns lire brands and danger enough they carried Yet after some fashion the little garrison kept down these incipient blazes held together the terrified llllnl repulsed each repented charge of the IroquoIs and tlO at last wore through the long nod fearful night The sun was just rising across the tops of the distant groves when tin Iroquois made their next advance n came not In the form of a concerted attack but of nn appeal for peace A party of the savages left their cover and approached the fortress waving their hands above their heads Om of them presently advanced alone I1W1WhatI care not what he wants said rej1r111IngIll wager you a yet is pay ho never pets alive past yonder stump Stay cried Pembroke catching at the barrel of the leveled gun I believe he would talk with us What does he say Pierre asked Law Speak to him If you He wants to know said canIthe messenger at length began a harangue whether we art English or French lie says somethlnc about there being a big peace between Corlacr and Onontlo by which li means gentlemen the governor at New York and the governor at Que becTell him cried Pembroke with n sudden thought that I am an officer of Corlaer and that Corlaer bids tin Iroquois to bring In all the prisoners they have taken Tell him that this French are going to give up nil their prisoners to us and that the Iroquois must leave the war path or my Lord Bellomont will taKe the war trail and wipe their villages off the earth Something in this speech as convoyed to the savage seemed to give him a certain oonrern He retired and presently his place was taken by- a tall and stately figure dressed In the full habiliments of an Iroquois chieftain He came on calmly and proudly his head erect and In his ox tended hand the longstemmed pipe of peace Pierre Noir heaved n deep sigh of relief Unless my eyes deceive me said he tis old TeganlaorU himself ontl of the head melt of the Onondagos If to there is some hope for Teganlsorlj is wise enough to know vhen peace id host It was Indeed that noted chieftain of the Iroquola who now advanced close up to the wall Law and Pem broke stepped out to meet him beyond the palisade the old voyageur still serving as Interpreter from the plat form at their back He says listen messieurs ha says he knows there Is going to te a big peace that the Iroquois are tied of fighting and that their hearts aH messIeursthaitl men of our he will since hl1friendlion In his eetThere must be something done Eald the latter In a low tone W were short enough of ammunition her even before Du Masne left for the settlements and your own men have nonHF too much left- Reflect Bethink yourselves Engj llshmen he says to us continued Pierre Noir We came to malts watt upon the llllnl Our work here Is done TIs time now that we wen back to our villages If there Is to- a bi big pence the IroquoIs must bt demanditgentlemen I beg you to remember It la an Iroqucls who la talking and that IroquoisIthe fight hero there can be but onci cnd TIs true said Law and therq- UfO others to ue considered It was huiricdly thus concluded Law finally tdvnnced toward the talf figure of the Iroquois headman and looked bin straight In the face Tell bm said he to Pierre Noir that wr are all English and that wq- are not Afraid and that If we arc harmed time armies of Corlacr will do itroy the Iroquois even as the InX quols have the llllnl Tell him that Iwe will go back with him to the set Icmcnts because we are willing to go bat way upon a Journey which wq had already planned We could fight forever If wo chose and ho can see for himself by the bodies of his yorag men how well we are able to mun war It Is well replied ToganUorln You have the word of an IroquoiS that this shall bo dens as I have said The woid of MI Iroquois cried Pierre Noir slamming down the butt of his musket limn word of a snake say rather Jean Breboeuf barken you to what our leaders have agreed Wo are to go asrlsoners of the Iro whatolly paura petite tint infant to young Fly God Wore it left to mo Pierre Btrthlcr would stand here and fight to the end I know these Iroquois CHAPTER XXVIII 1itlSONKHS OK TUB tUOQI OI3 The faith of the Iroquois was wont than Punic nor was there lacklun swift proot of Its real nature Law cud Pembroke tho moment they hail led their little garrison beyond tin Late found then Olhe surrounded b n ring of tomahawks and drawn bows Their weapons wore snatched away from thorn and on the Inutant tme louul themselves beyond al posslbll Ity of that rcslsJMti whose glvluri over they nuw bitterly repented Tet anlsorls rogaitifJ them with n sa uonlc mnlle ne you are all English said hl though soiC of you wear bti coals Those we may crhaps adopt Ino ouv tribe for our bolt grow up but slowly and some of the blvp coats are KUOI fighters These dogs of mint tiro shall of course burn AH for your we r house you will no longer need It slnra you are now friends of the Iroquolv and are going to their villages You may say to Corlaer that you well kntw the Iroquois have no prlsonrra The horrid significance of this tin cat was all too soon made plain In ep hour the little stockade was bvl mass of embers nna ashes In nnohci hour the little valley had become Gehenna of anguish and lamentatlona with whose riot of grief and woe thor mingled the ravage exultations of n foe whoso treachery was but surpassed by his cruelty Again the plantings ground of the llllnl was utterly laid waste to mark It naught remaining but trampled grain and heaps of ashes and remnants of blackened anti Incln crated bones fly nightfall the party of prisoners hail begun a wild Jourito through the wilderness whose horrors surpassed any they had supposed to be humanly endurable Day after day week after week for more than a month and much of the time In winter weather they tolled onIpart of the way by boat tho der of the journey on foot crossing nowclogged forest and tangled thicket and frozen morons yet daring not to drop out for rest since to lag might menu to tile It was ns though after tome frightful nightmare of suffering and despair that at length they reached thf villages of the Five Xn lions located far to the east at the foot of time great waterway whiih Law and his family had ascended mor thin a year before Yet If that which had gone before teemed lile some bitter dream mirlv the day of awakening promised lit lit tie better hope From village to vil tape footsore and they were hif tied without rest at each nw itoprili place the central figures of n barlmr oqs triumph and nowhere did thet meet tho representatives of elthrr the French or the English government hOll expected presence had conttl muted tholr one ground of hope Where U your big peace asked Teganltorls of Pembroke Whrie art the head men of Conner Who brings presents to the Iroquols and who It to toll lie that Onontlo has carried the pipe of pence to Corlaer here are our villages as when we loft them and here again are we save for the absent ogee who have been killed by your young taco It is no wonder thi my people are displeased To lie ContlnufJ1 CONVINCED BUT UNDETERRED The nhk 1Ya Apparent hue llrillrlrr 1n lent iiu Inililllnir There are some children who like to know the reason for orders and are then content to obey but time majority of small folk are admirably represented by two girls of 10 aid 12 who once honored a writer In the Fortnightly Review with a long visit and with whom he attempted an occaslanal dose of reason The autumn morning waa cold yet paddling In the water along the bich vas In ijieaiin No its too cold lo paddle today said the host Oh but were nol bit cold Maynt we paddle You said the water was cold ester day TJ wM lo Lmh crdsr today Besides its beginning to rain CJtlIteeny weeny spot ii go and paddle now Look here Beatrice do you remem ber last week when you both had colds and had to stay in bOIl for breakfast tad cried and said it Was hateful Yes of course Well paddling about in Icy grid water catching crabs would glvo you another cold exactly like that and you would have to stay Indoors and cvot If it got quite hot again for two or three days you wouldnt ho able to paddle Surely theres no sense In risking all that just In onler to go Into thIS sea this morning when you wouldnt enjoy it n bit bf nuto Its too cold and no other cbilden would bt there for you to play vlth Surely you must see lie seats or that Oh yes And nuw my we go and paddle tine Infill Hoard of llrnltli Visitor You must have a remark ably efficient board of health in this town Shrewd Native ono of manyYou- are rljhtnbout that I can tell you Composed or scientists I pro sumeNo sir Scientist arc too thcom cal Physicians perhaps Not much We dont allow doctors on our board of healthno slrnol indcrtokera either Hum What sort of men have you chosen thou Life inauin agateN T Week y DR V H HOBSON ls Dentist j lytoTho fast Family Salvo DeWitts Witch hazel Rivoa instant robot from Burns cures Cuts Bruises Sores Eczema Totter and all nbra siousof tho skin In buying Witch Hazel Salve it in only noct asrv to see that you get the genuine DoWitta and a cure is certain There are many cheap counterfeits on the market all of which are worthless and quite a few are dangerous while DoWiUI Witch Hazel Salve In perfectly harmless and cures Sold by East End Dnig CoI trCU Apro e strait7rm10mastMO SWIFTCO aLm 1aWJ i 01 Plant OIlMlaflotl D0 A Croat Sonsatlon Them was a big sensation in Leea Tillo lutlt when 1V II Brown of that place who was expected to die had his life saved by Dr Kings New Dis covory for Coiinuniption Ho writes I eudurod insufferable agonies from Asthma but your New Discovery gave me immediate relief and soon thereafter effected a complete cure Similar cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis and Grip are num erous Its the peerless remedy for all throat and lung troubles PrIce COc and SI 00 Guaiantoed by East End Drug Co Druggists Trial bot tles free D GoOn iDTOStlDfiDt 170 I Will JILt hhprsph tp twithDtqn tr ou 10 111Dlo TELEGRAPH OPEItATINQ- A fMrfntUnc lost tbtl wilt Dbl you 1451 pod v 1 MillHERMAN C TAFEL I fHTTIII SltOTIIICtl lrr ss t lusw Dont Tako Any Chances On having bloodpoisoning or ugly scars from a Burn Cut or Bruise but use Paracamph freely It relieves instantly and it heals quickly there by saving you time worry and money Paracamph heals without drying and scabbing Every mother hould keep a bottle in her home every day in the year REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for homespun and homewoven goods such as bed oorcrlids linen dreg Hussy jeans blankets etc at follow lag pricesj- Covarlids S 4 to SO Linen 40 to 60 cents a yard Dress Linsey CO ants s yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dye S3 a pair White Hneey and white blankets ate not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 12 Inches wide and 2f yards 00 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College want before beginning to weave 01 spin For Information apply in per lOa or by letter tc Mrs Hettie W Graham Ssrssr Ky Rheumatism Is Duo To a good many causes It may have come as n result of your work It may have como from exposure on tho battlefield but no maltor what tho cause it can bo instantly relieved by tho free use of Paracamph This wonderful remedy opens the pores of the skin induces sweating stimulates the oir culation thereby removing the con gestion and drawing out all fever soreness nUll iuflamatiou Try e bottle tOday and be convinced I Is your harness L In good repairI Spring plowing will soon be here Got ready for it beforehand by put ting your harness in good shape frora our splendid line of Collar Pads Collar Buck Bands Bridles flans Chains Brwchlng Trace Chains Hams eto If you need a New Set of Ilarnew wo have the beet Our prices are ei trcmoly low when you consider thgl qualityT J MOBERLY Street ItlcbmODd Kf IWIQ Good for Chlldron The pleatinut to take and harmloM Ono Minute Cough Cure gives im mediate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LnGrippo because it dON not pass immediately into the stomach but takes effect right at tho seat of the troublo It draws out the inflam mation ideals and soothes and cures permanently by enabling tho lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and life t sustaining oxygnn to the blood and tissues One Minute Cough Cure U pleasant to take and It is good silk for young and old Sold by East End Drug Co MONUMENTS t H4iUni SUtuirf Ir rcnlU M Mtrkl Work of all kind don lo workmanlike minnnr at rroniibU prices and with dispatch All work guaranteed by GOLDEN do FLORA RICHMOND KyItAnr l rats sd nolllnf IttMU J JAZ6ILLS II the place to get your Blacksmith lag done Wu have the tools anti the skill HorseshoeingJSOc We are headquarters for good work and low prices comoIBio HILL PUtt 1 tILE EAST Beau Tis the Comfort Line FREERECLINING t CHAIR CAR On the popular HENDERSON ROUTE BetweenLOUISVILLE EVANSVILLEST The WEST And SOUTHWESTAs of Free Reclining Chair Car service between Louisville youthlnktraveling to Get tho Hen derson Route habltIt usAsk us about It L J IrwIn Ginl Pits Ag- tIe L Sarrtt Tray Put Alt LOUISVILLE KY I THE CITIZENIHI I I I I ll HHHMHlK The Home JBNICIK 1B3TBR RILL E4itm ofIHJJ H IIIIJH HIJHH CHILD STUDY 7ty 7ppH M Window in Union Gul cl New weekIr errs Ira 1aR Kollc l Mitt Blade to BOO thu enormity J rofhiM net ho ulioiild tinderHtmid that somehow nnd nomw t lino ho iniiHt undo that wrong it would Ixnvoll to adviso hind that lifo ix all jmtchtw that th- bravest wen nnd women are thin who mend tlio brenkn and IKHXHIIU purified by mifTorin CHIIHIH bysit rigforof through fear If paruntH llitmwlvoH conform to the rules love and truth IMCOIIIO Uorthymu uoimiaiiloimlilo in short live th revelation there would hl no fen nothing but IMIICU and a delightful wrurity that limey would lieu ag pure HxllcHrt lives in theirolfsprin Continuc l nuxt week The Annual Berea Fair For Fireside Industries Will ho IwMChltIII Juno 8 llKllh Ibreu Coinmentvmeiit Day III Koom 4 Lincoln Hull Read our list of jiremiumH then shirt that loon Kven if you do not e take a jircmiiiin you may have a chanco to hell MomotliiiiK TIc Ntle- Kntriet must IW male Ixforo 10 n in Commencement Day All entered for a premium immt have Ixen made lInt lunt Commcmvmoiil Day Juno UHW Other homo product many lon liiliited and offered for sale Premium Offered ht 1oflloinnpunroreillds ticnfioii JlllmllrtUiuntrrNiiiAU wool Jrani yards 2 W Ill ljIJuUnwr Hilton ami 10 yards 100 ro 100IIUDIPUQ1I0mIunsi wool 00 M 4UouhI wrare Linen yard 2 Ol in Flcurr1 IInel yards I M allln yard I fiI iu elrj ct a web 2m I IU Wollurirjrf Uu1l M town lluik lulu 110 ro bra Hint Mat ta y Hickory or lIt Spill llukili Aohuulk t5 Wooden Fork and tlpwn tu lUnd mule ChIlI 17 7Hand made Xwldlrs I70 7a IndlnoblueKnilMIIwaIlomepun yam lullio toO WFor x Ilirrads wool yarn crane enough tar iiirerlld weailnc and rpun on hand who the following prrmlums are offurnl lit Jn InIo dIrk 12 m I 00 mrdlura fellow I Mlhl Orrtn Hmwn Waldrr Ited Tlio trr mutt b homemade ami not commer rill djrra and the rrcelpl used In dyrhiK mint IK Klven In writing with rach rotor Kollre the amount artfunds rllr for In pritnluin IliL Tlttff tha lengths Ir which prehumlit flnl elus tan hue been entered Mrs K V Iulnsm Nra Frank Hays III1ltlllMII131IThe 111F JOHN WilT D1HSMUHB Editor IIIl l lIdTHIRD ANNUAL CONFERENCE COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS Ikiuu KY Ami 28 TO 30 1W04 pno J HAMIThursday Jamil to time mountaiim or alwut grounds l Friday A M and P NtVirtitiiifj KchXlH buildings etc is Friday Night Banquet New Dining Hnll Visitors and Faculty Prof M E Marnli touHtmaHter Saturday Phl 0IU Hill Murniny Se8Hion UM oclock I Any or nil of tho following topics stay IKI diBcassetl as they are called fur Discussions nru oMii to all lPrlRlut system of County ox amination 2 How shall standanls of schol plttsb among teachers 110 mont wisely I raised f 3 To what extent is it wise to leuvo the program of nu institulo in tho hands of the instructor 4 Will it bo wiso to ever attempt Bolidiiication of school districts In Eastern Kentucky Inliortantdutitrtof0 What nrq tho most effectiveW wires to pull1n order community interested in tho school P 7 What CUll tho Superintendent do to get tho best ability in his county educated buyond what is giv en in tho public schools f SlIperllltendcntHhno condition in time jKxirest districts What hero you donor AJIcrnoon SCMIOII 730 oclock When should the schools begin SliporlllIjxwfliblor 8 an tho Sii orntcndont exert any largo inlluenco on religious and Hocial lifo of limo County f I Effect of tho six montlm term required by the now law Other roo cent public school enactment Suixrillendeulsexhibitions 0 How can tho COllllt erin 0tlIllhIllHlxHIWIIIIIIIIIIIGItllthl1Cldei to teachers1 orlellItlr IIItytitNRlel7aoclock Tnlcrnaclof u It Mayorof arc invited to remain over Sunday and iccgiiKnimvinit classeH Monday forenoon ttlIt1IlttIlti The FarmI SILAS CBBBVBR MASON Editor l1Irl H I I Jolt I I I I I I I I AlUlfn In Western Mebraak- An yet alfalfa In a new thliiK to InrKO percentage of limo utockmcn n Cherry cniinty but the ncreolu III crnwfl every manon J II Bntcliclor n hug stockman ptwlctl forty ncrefl to ntnlrn a year ago Inftt timy cut hire tlmia durlni the scnrmt and trot a ton to tho acre each time IJe believes nl falfa Krowlni will be one of the Imiwr ant actors of time llvo stock business wetitcni Ncbrunkn within time next few yearn In upvnklnK of his rvuturu Ir Hiitchclor pays clue lint ctwntlnl Itn success U loose will Those who tried It and that It thrives on blue ground and elves time ttoat of sat Ufactlon When a ninchmnn Ret thnns tour of fern off ono here of Kroinul ho s tnnklnc two blniloH of gross RTOW where one grew before and more Those who have grown It are more than pleancd with results and pnnllct that It will cut n bug figure In the range countries In tlino As n result of experience Inlu going to llrelIk IIII hunilrtxl acres for alfalfa next I am KoliiB to InvcMtlRato luotlintln e iMMHlliifr and If and that It can Kucceflsfully grown on nod I will tee ground right after It la turned range JUtlll Tanner Echoes From the Prraa When scalding n hog put It In n cask or trough end throw throe or tour hnndftils of air slaked lime over It then put In your lulling water It will inaka time hrUtleH fly says an Oraugo Jtidd Kanner convspondent CannlbalH of Africa are xald to pre for Mork to loan meat Savage prac calrturn mctlKMln and the pig attracts ntItentlon as the greatest clvlllzor of the age Fourteen ounces of pins welder Into a ralhl muse were found In a cowsI Btoumeh at ono of the Chicago pncklu- huuwr That cow must have lean full of JootillOlntKIThis going to n farm for a living serious business with tho chance- ngahtst any one who thinks that turn- lug Is a soft job or nit easy business to IlnrllIoccupy a ie ground between capital and methEPure tool laws should not be objec tionable to the Imnest citizen whllo thu practices of the dishonest class should IM checked by legislation Farmers who fall to rend regular think In ruts- Makes a Cloan Swoop th1l1gtborouover hoard of Bucklena Arnica 921 the best It swoops awav nnd Burns Sores Cuts DoIIRI Ulcere Skin Eruptions and Piled Itsonly Jr o sruarnntood to give HAtisfactiou Druggists by East End Drug CoI 0 WEDDING RINGS I FOR thin fUll have en buildin our reputation a hlghcuu Jew therelnreI I Write lor catalogue and call lo ice u when la the city IrtsaSirsrdetCa401WIWtStZ Lotlirlllt Kj NotlilnB Equal tn Cliainlierlalna Colic j Uholrra wnil Dlarrhonn llvmnljr for Dowel Cainplulnta Children We have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in o family for years says Mrs J Bstole Cooke of Nederlands Texas W e given it to allor our children e havo used other medicines for theII 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 Jrl Drugglata FORGED A PASSAGE Two Companies of Japs Crossed rchl1ugdjlouI HEAVY FIRING NEAR TATUNGKAU 11It Is Jlellevcd the Japanese Made a Feint in Order to Distract 1this Enemys Attention A Rumor II Current That Japan In tends to Occupy a Portion of the Fuklen Coast Oppo site Formosa Llao Yang April 27 Between Monday night and Tuesday morning that Japanese forced a passage of tho Yalu two companies crossing between Teh Hooyfiringwhich It Is believed tho Japanese made n telnt In order to distract attentlor from tho real point of passage So far belaneso bridges Paris April 27A dispatch to tho Petit Parisian from Its Shanghai cor respondent says JapaIntondlklen coast opposite Formosa with tho object of preventing tho Russian Hal tic squadron passing through the For moan strait Paris April 27The St Petersburg correspondent of the Matin says I learn from a suro source that tho Vlad- Ivostok squadron yesterday sunk four confSt Petersburg April 27Tbe en franco Into the scrvlco of tour subma rlno boats at Port Arthur menus the addition of now and formldablo wcap ons for tho detenso of that stronghold The dispatch of tho boats In sections over the railroad has been shrouded In secrecy and oven Tuesday many In St Petersburg are Inclined to doubt the report by officials of their presence at Port Arthur or to accept the Intor motion as trustworthy An effort now to close or blockade Port Arthur will bo dangerous It Is thought for Vice Adm Toro to attempt The defenders of tho port will be able to guard against Japanese submarine vessels entering the harbor and attacking tho Russian ships at anchor eertllllthatloafs as they possessed none before tho war but since tho beginning of laidtTho Russian submarine teats may nlsoon have an opportunity to demon strato tho value of their typo In war as tho Japanese newt is reported at Che Foo and tho Interval of time it Is usually absent from Port Arthur has about expired IN THE JAPAN SEA A Squadron of Armored Cruisers Ob served Making Its Way North Chicago April 27A special cable from Kobo says Under full steam a strong squadron of Japanese armored crullers was observed Tuesday morn- Ing making Its way northward In the Japan sort It Is beloved that time ves sols are on their way to attempt to apeKon Korea Monday It Is feared how mesrolenthets stat that the Japanese have succeeded luring the Russians from protection of tho Vladivostok guns and that there betweenalaro more rumors RUSSOJAPANESE WAR Stepsbj London April 27 Inquiries hero roe veal no traces of any effort or Inten Japaaesuqr6tlemont conflict has taken foreign ofllce nor BO tar as known In Downing street by King Edward himself Those who havo discussed the war with the king within last few days say that such a step the tart thing ho contemplates Such a stop however Informally taken BO it Is hold hero might seriously endanger tho vital negotiations now progressing between Russia and Groat Britain with a view to the settlement of outstanding differences between tho two countries Japanese Judge Shot at a Spy London April 27Tbo Toklo come spondent of the Times says that ono of the Japanese epics shot by tho Rus stone at Mukden was identified as Sonde a Japanese judge and not a rotary man as has boon stated To Buy Torpedo Boats In France roeuto verify tho sum of 105000000 roubles has been appropriated by RUB eta for tho purchase of several torpedo in France Will Double Track the Road St Petersburg April 27It Is stated In railway circles that the government has decided to double track the Trans railway This work can bo accomplished in about 18 months SALE NOTES L4 fo 100-I THE BEREA BANKING0 ft COMPANYo Has Notes designrd especially for If you aro about to hold a sale call and got a supply of blanks u s0 THEMo FOOD FOR BOYS AND GIRLS thecontrarylack of will power and steadiness betracedM PRICES y WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD a i is a natural foodand is healthy growing children Let the children try it and note after continued use the mental and physical vigor it imparts Palifablt Nutritious Easy of DigMtiin and Rudy IIT Ea ftrllDrnfstsf by PRICE CEREAL FOOD CO Fill Miller IATTLE MEEK WCH Mils OHbM CMCMO Sold by S E WELCH Jr Berea Ky 4 5000000Cash LION COFFEEWe are going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion Coffee Not only will the wehaveIn Addition to the Regular Free Premiums the same Lion Heads will you to estimates In our 5000000 Prize Contests which will make some of our patrons men and women You can send In as many estimates as There will be TWO GREAT CONTESTS TotalVoto4000000 on the two and to make it still more Interesting in to this amount we will give a I Grind First Prize of 5500000 Five LionHeads I cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 2 cent stamp entitle you in addition to the reg ular free premiums to one vote in I either contest Blank Public Sales o for entitle Grand rich desired addition to the one who is nearest correct on both contests and thus your estimates have two I 11 opportunIties of wlnnln2 abl2 cash prize Printed blanks toI lJI1vote on found every Lion Coffee Pack age The 2 cent stamp covers the expense of 1 our acknowledgment to JtilltlmateisWORLDS FAIR CONTEST PRESIDENTIAL VOTE CONTEST votesWorldPairi3resocorpanygive first price lot the nearest correct eitlmatc second prize to the on or before Nov S9IJIwellltrhO lint prize hoe the nearest cor next nearest etc etc as follows reel estimate aecond pro lcalbeneatrleaeltelcetcaa follows 1 First Prise 250000 1 PlrstPrlse S2BOOOO1 second Prize 100000 1 Second Prize 1000002 Prliei IOOOOO each 100000 2 Pzlsei tfioooo each 100000 10000010Prlaell0000iooooooo iooooooo260000lUOO2130 PRIZES TOTAL 2000000 3139 PRIZES TOTAL S20OOOOO 4279 PRIZES 4279Distributed to the Publloaggngatlng S45QOO00liialtiitwliliwa skill tlve 5000 I to Bracers Clerks set particulars In LION COFFEE eases making i grand fatal et 1000000 COMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS IN EVERY PACKAGE OF LION COFFEE r WOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO L I The Citizen 4a ImiriNDEirr FAMILY Nxwawm Jt tlMliliKl every Thnr d r at terra Ky JAMES M RACER Editor and Tnbltsha- IVBIORiPTTON RAPE TAVaata rn DTi- iQs a IUIO entbi 0- I months e n- aad mealy by Poasoci l4oaq MM Money Dr411 Cfcsok Drsft faftUnt Uttr er ons sad two ont straps The Late alter your nun shows to whet feu roar subscription Is II II to Ml aa ed within tnr weeks attar stndiaf IRf notifjU- Saberlbrs wishing THI CJTIW stoppd st the of hatfkctIdSiihaieJwith ITetlfr ns St oa91 ofsaayoh44Vlayonra- btNglvtng both old and nw UlL Jflsslnt Number dllt to wrappers comlnf or otberwlM he sup Bd ifws an Aotlfle- dAt al ir ntd In Try locsllty Writ t r scndlof us tour new TStrly inscriptions will noel Till Cirutx tiN tot so year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY BT CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room AHservicc flratclasa f Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop la connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop lyCourt TBE9H BALTIMORE OYSTERS In Bulk or In Cans CELERY CRANBERRIES ETC Always on hand at ftLuBon JOES II JcVa Corner Richmond Ky J DJR M E JONES Dentistsac Office Over Printing office BZBEA KT Office Days Wednesday to end the week fI A J THOMPSON i GENERAL MERCHANDISE Fruits and vegetables a specialty OPPOSITE BUItDETTEs Mitt Berea Ky TOE OLD SPEED- WELLButcher Shop MEATS Tender and Juicy The Famous Jellico COAL at wholesale or retail BOARDING by the week day or meal R D MASSIE Prop Main Street Berea Ky THOSE No 72- GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS VEGETABLES and STATIONERY Lunch counter Agent for Langdon Bread Your patronage is solicted T R PETTUS- I Dalton Bldg Beres Ky I THONE No 78 Miller House fitted up Meals and Boar and Lodging at populai prices Nqxt door to Joes c R 6 Engle Prop Main St Richmond Ky n Williams III better prepar ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL BEPARING promptly Clean lag and Pressing a specialty t Work guaranteed W A Williams Main Street Berea Ky Tile Citizen J 1 a year 6 mos 500 i WHEN YOU GO TO THE WORLDS FAIR Suggestions That Should Be Helpful to the Stranger in St LouisNo Trouble When You Get Your Bear IngsThe Greatest of Worlds Expositions It will be worth all the selfdenial that one may practice for several years to eeo the Worlds Fair of 1904 at St Louis Money caved earned or bor rowed cannot be better spent than In getting acquainted with the worlds progress as revealed at this latest and greatest of expositions AU of us can not travel around the world to tale note of what the nations are doing but the nations from all around the world desire us to know and have sent their best works to St Louis to be placed on display Within the two square miles of the Louisiana Purchase exposition at St Louis there is more to be seen than ever was brought together In ten times the space before It is a great collec tion of expositions massed into one It is nearly twice as large as the Columbian exposition at Chicago nearly ten times larger than the PanAmerican exposition at Buffalo Every exhibit palace offers the equivalent of a splen did exposition each covering many acres of space The largest of these is the Palace of Agriculture with its 23 acres under roof and filled to the doors with the most wonderful agricultural collection ever assembled upon any occasion The important states and nations of the world are all hero alongside great numbers of Individual exhibitors Five great staples have been chosen for ex traordinary display Corn cotton sugar rice and tobacco are here arrayed as they have never been before and undreamed possibilities are re vealed to Inquiring minds Such a dairy display was never attempted and such a collection of farm machinery and tools was never placed on exhibition The Palace of Transportation is next LIBERAL AND MINES WITII TilE STATES GOV ERNJIENT BCILDiNQ IN DISTANCE In size covering 15 acres One may only hint at the wonders It contains The historical exhibit of locomotives Is one of the features It shows the development of in Iqcoraotive construction Strange indeed Is the person who Is not yet Impressed with these evidences of mans long struggle with the problem of rail transportation the most civilizing of modern Influ ences next to the newspaper which always stand first To describe in detail this exhibit would be a long story In Itself The exhibit is made com plete by the Installation of the largest locomotive ever built and by some magnificent Imported locomotives We cannot leave the Palace of Transportation without a reference to the automobile show the motor bats and other water craft and the great carriage display Now let us cross the flower gardens to the Palace of Machinery just south of Transportation The huge power generators are the hrst things to arrest the eyethe AlllsChalmer of 5000horse power the Curtis steam tur bine of 8000horse power the Parsons steam turbine of 5000 kilowatts the four Westinghouse generators of 3000 horse power each and each as high as a house And then other generators great and small of all kinds the most wonderful display of engines ever as sembled But these are not all Think of ten acres of glistening machines of every kind and you some idea of the contents of tho Palace of Machin tryWe cross the lagoon to the eastward and come to the beautiful Palace of Electricity with eight acres of exhib- Its from many countries which show the marvelous development of elec trical science To the north again over one of the arched bridges we approach the Palace of Varied Industries view ing Its wonderful grace and splendor as we go Here are 14 acres of exhibits from all over the world The Palace tt Manufactures is the same size and stands on the opposite side of the Plaza of St Louis It Is equally Interesting In the variety and newness of its Here again the nations of the world and the manufacturers from all parts of the United States dis play their best products Opposite the Palace of Manufacture to the southward is the Palate of Edt cation this being the first time that education has been allotted a great building all its own A variety of schools In dally session are the feature of this eightacre display TDe two ex hibit buildings In the eastern part of the main group are Mines and Metal lurgy and Liberal Arts the Department of Mines and Metallurgy has a 12acre outdoor display In addition to the nine acres under root The United States Government building Is on a broad terrace half way up the hill In the extreme eastern part of the grounds Uncle Sam never bad exIposition style of an old Roman house standi upon lower ground directly southwest from the larger building The outdoor display of ordnance Is not the least In teresting of the government exhibits The Palace of Art at the Worlds Fair gallerlIsand filled with the choicest works All countries of the world In which art replresentcdwhich house this magnificent display represents an expenditure of more than 1000000 The group is situated upon high ground south of Festival ball The Festival hall Is the center piece of a rich architectural work crowning the hill which rises above the Grand Basin and upon whose slopes are the Cascades and gardens Here another million dollars has been expended to produce a decoration that will distinguish this exposition from all others In a short article such as this one can only refer to such great as the Philippine exhibit covering 40 acres and containing more than 1000 natives from those faroff Pacific is lands the United States government Indian exhibit covering many acres and occupying a large building the ex hjblt of the United States bureau of plant industry consisting of an out door map of the United State cover lag four acres the great athletic field where the Olympian games of 1904 will PALACE OF ARTS UNITED must engine have contents features be held the Aerial concourse where the airship and balloon contests hav ing prizes aggregating 200000 will take place the anthropology exhibit the 40 or more state buildings the outdoor exhibits of the departments of agri culture and horticulture covering many acres the Palace of Horticulture 400 by 800 feet containing the largest exhibits of horticulture ever brought together the beautiful Temple of Fra ternity the magnificent buildings erected by foreign nations the great Inside Inn where 0000 guests may find accommodation at rates from 150 to 500 per day the extensive live stock pavilion the great landscape clock made of flowers 112 feet In diameter and giving the correct time of day the intramural railway which gives a sevenmile ride for a single fare and many other things of Interest to vis itors Even to the timid traveler St Louis presents no complications It is all as plain as a b c when once you get your bearings The streets all run east and west or north and south with rarely a confusing diagonal Market street and its western extension Laclede avenue are the dividing line which separates the northern and southern sections of the city All streets north and south from Market begin their numbering at Market so that No 2024 South Broadway for example would be 20 blocks south from Market street All east and west streets begin their numbers at the Mississippi river so that No 3120 would be 31 blocks west of the river Sometimes In a long block 200 numbers are allowedAll Into St Louis arrive at Union station one of the finest rail road terminals in the world The feta tion Is on the south side of Market street between Eighteenth and Twenti eth streets so that when the Ultor emerges from the station he finds him self at the beginning of the city num bering both north and south and 18 blocks from the river Standing on Market street with his back to the station the downtown or main business section of the city Is to his right about one mile The Worlds Fair Is to his left westward about five mites All the street cars are so la beled that he may taslly know which cars to take Cars running north on Eighteenth street at his right intersect the several car lines running between the Worlds Fair and the business sec tion of the city By walking one two or three blocks to the north the via itor may get a car east or west or if baggage laden he may take a car on Eighteenth street and get a transfer without extra fare to any of the Pout andwest lines except the Suburban which Is a separate car system THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesion In the International Series for May 1 1004 Prayer and Promise TIII Iukell113 TKBOX TEXTIAnd It came to I that nil II was praying lit a certain place when litceased onl of Ills disciples mill unto Him Lori ttach ui to pray u John also taught hU- Jlfdplti I And lie paid unto them When ye pray my Our rather which art In leaven hallowed be Thy name Thy Ktnitdcm come Thy will be done ailn heaven to In earth 3 Give us day by day our dally bread And forgive ui out sins for we also forgive every one that U Indebted to ui And lead us not Into temptation but deliver us from evil- S And He void unto them Which of you hall have a friend and shall go unto him at midnight end say unto him Friend 101nnI In Ills journey Is nothing to Kt be 7 And he from within halt answer and say Trouble nwnot the door Is now shut and my children are with me In bed I can not rise and give thu I say unto you Though he will not rite and give him because he li his friend yet because of his Importunity he will rise and give him u many u he neerfeth- 9 And I say unto you1sk and It shad be given you reek andye shall find knock youIrrcelveth and he that Mekolh Hndeth and to him that knocketh It shall be opened If a Son shall ask bread of any of you that Is a father will lie give him a stoner or If he ask a fish will he fora fish give him a terpentT Or If he shall uk an egg will he offer him a scorpion IS If ye then being evil know how to Rive good gifts unto your children how much more shall your Heavenly Father give the JIImIspas Luke- be 119OUTLINEParable of Rood Samaritan IukelOsJ7- Jesuf Visit to Mary and Martha Luke 10364 Discourse on PrayerLuke 11111- TIME Soon after Jesus Return from the Fut Of Dedication and about four months Iwfore His death ILACK Not known except that It waj somewhere In Verses NOTES AND COMMENTS As he was praying One of the most Important phrases In the whole section for any today who are troubled by tho philosophical problems of pray er Jesus prayed He needed to pray At all the great crises of ills life we find Him spending not minutes but hours In prayer Lord teach us to pray etc The request was prompt ed lby Jesus example and 2 by by the custom of John the The rabbis frequently taught prayers tb their followers When yc pray say etc This does not mean that the disciples were always using the same words but rather Indicates the class of things to be prayed for and the spirit of prayer The time devoted to this lesion Is not long enough to make a careful study of each phrase of the Lords Prayer and also of the teachings which follow It We give here Stevens and Burtons analysis afI the prayer and then go on to the next paragraph The elements and objects of a Christians prayer Judging from Jesus model are 0 A universal ree ognltlon ofGods presence and torso CraternalIre lations of men to God 3 the satisfac tion of legitimate physical needs U personal fellowship with God through the forgiveness of sins 5 protection from temptation Compare this pray er with the similar one given In Matt 913 The first of Jesus Illustrations teaches by a contrast not by a compari son If the lazyand lazy almost always means selfish neighbor would JrantI his friends request because of nest and persistently expressed desire was It not reasonable to think that Infinitely kind and Infinitely theI ful Father of us all would regard earnest prayer of His childrens Ask and It shall be given you seek and ye shall find etc A truth that applies to all life as well as to answers tholleIwills who ask till they do receive who seek till they find who knock till the door Is lung open to them wnslnotHim had always been those that spoke of Ills power majesty rlRhteoullneSlI or Ills special relation tion Jesus knew God as no one else had ever done Others had had partial views of 111m some had seen one thing and some another Jesus saw Him as He was He saw that the relation of God to men was more like that of the true human father to his children any other relationship known to thanI Jf ye then being evil know give good gifts etc Is It reasonable tp think that God Is less loving or less able to do for Ills children than the earthly father How much more shall your heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to them that ask Him The Holy Spirit Is spoken of as the best of all the good things that the Father could bestow Wheat and Chaff Success at the price of the soul it failurePrayer for others leads to care for othersWithout eternity life is an eternal enigma God never forgets the man who can forget himself- Better an honest Lazarus than a successful Dives Darts of Satan may be used to drive us to God They who know enough to sin know enough to be saved- Youcannotynake progress toward Heaven in the pathway of sin The ttractlveries8 of Heaven de pends on the treasure wo have there Tho darker the sin the fairer the name the devil will select for It Rams hors PICTURES FROM LIFE How the Devilish Hand of the Drink Demon Was Revealed at an Auction Hew Is a beautiful diamond engage ment ring Who Is going to make his best girl happy with It What am I offered Come on dont be backward folks everything has got to go today wordBias mat on the auction block announced that the sale of unredeemed pledges held by the State Pawners society was on In full force The audience of buyers was com posed mostly of professional specula tors In Jewelry rhea men were cold and hard not much sentiment In their makeup The beautiful diamond ring had once Sparkled upon the slender finger of a rosychecked fairhaired girl She was oh so happy the night that Ned slipped It upon her hand and extracted a prom leo In the cozy little parlor A short time afterward the promise was kept Iin the brick church around the corner a broad gold band was put on to keep the diamond company The rosy fvorThingsfor awhile Life was a sunny dream Iat day a dark cloud appeared on the horizon of wedded bliss Ned com menced to drink Not at first but more and more as the days went by Drinking leads to more drinking and more drinking to expensive vices of all kinds Soon Ned was going with a fast crowd and to provide himself with funds to keep up the pace sot by his companions he commenced to cash BALK LMIEDKUMKO ruuxius fraudulent chock The end of suet pursuits Is disgrace and darkness and before the weak erring youth could well realize It he was headed toward Juliet one fine spring morning with five other unfurlunatM The roses soon faded from the cheeks of the girl wife left almost destitute and unprovided for Large cities are not kind or merci ful they crush out Just such lives as hers every day The struggle for the necessaries of life was a hard one and before long tho diamond ring found Its way Into the pawnshfop while tho fair owner tolled sort and late for bread The bidding was brisk for a time but a gentleman with a largo wallet gradually wore down the other bidders and tho ring became the possession of a Chafkllitrect haired old lady with the sweetest face In the world What tales they could tell of opening nights at opera and theater Had they not helped bright eyes to gaze upon lapis lovcllneas when veIthe greatest of them all Mary Andvr son at her best and once when very new and shiny they had been taken along In their little leoU er case the JennIa strange awe and tenderness But that was In the long long ago They had had their day just as the great tars on whom they had so often fixed their admiring gaze and now old nicked and tarnished they had fallen Into the dirty hands of commerce No one seemed to want them and they went for a song to a man who said he had children at homeNow a tiny locket with a golden curl Btlll In it was put up The little curl headIevil ways and drink crazed hud Parted with this last tender token of his dear one to buy more liquor with Tho Interest was so low he would come and get It out within tho next Saturday night or two he reasoned to himself That Saturday night never came around and hero It was with hawkeyed men bidding briskly for Its possession They saw no sweet childs face heard no patter of babyfeet felt no warm clutch of Infant fingers It had no significance In their eyes It was Just so much old gold to them A long black box Is now passed up to the leatherlunged auctioneer He opens It and takes out a violin and bow The violin had been brought In by a woman who kept a Doming house One of the roomers had died and this musical Instrument was the only thing he left In the way of worldly goods which amounted to anything The original owner had onre been a miner and when the day wile done and night had flung abroad her mantle over the land he would sit by the window of his little room and raze dreamily up at the moon as she passed along her silvery course It was then that ho would woo as of old a departed wife with the weird beautiful music of his violin The lIla In the far far west where the mines had given him gold was his once more the life Into which she had como to out shine the gold Tb1life out of which she had gone leaving it as cold and des olate as tho moonkissed mountain peaks And so one night she had como to him tangible real and regal as of old when he had crowned her queen of his happiness With tcndcrest love she had listened to the ebb and how of the stringtold story of his sad lonely existence Then as Its 1eetneBs died away on tho starry night she heck oned him to come Tho next an early coming milkman found himNlying In the back yard with a broken t neck The fall had been a long and fatal one They saw no happy little western home did these stonyhearted men of affairs no sweetfaced woman waiting a miners return when the shadows hall crept up from valley to peak and tho blazing snow tops had signaled the passing of another day They saw only a wornout fiddle In t black box worth butbiding dollars at tho most So tho went on brisker than before for the rivalry be tween buyers was becoming exciting Chicago Advance THE DANGER SIGNAL Plea to Young Manhood to Heed the Danger That Lurks in the In toxicating Cup Here aro some facts to show that strong drink Is the cause of so much ruin No man can link any business with drinking and make a success of it Sooner or Inter he will see his ruin die grace and downfall How many a drinking man who does not stop to think of the awful ruin before him soon finds himself penniless and friendless Even those who stood with him at tbo bar drinking the belongings of a drudg lag wife and little ones now turn from him These are not single caws but thousand bear out the statement Ninety per cent of all the destitution IB rauecd by strong drink alone When a- frontyoung moan starts he never knows the beginning where the end will be It U not enough for a man to say ho cannot ttiip drinking It Is only the devil that urges on Stand firm and pro ourIcontrol your life IX not let evil men who Insist on your drinking entice you lIt every man fully study the evil and knew for himself the depravity that comes from Mich n course Instead of feeding and clothing It demonizes It rot its victim of Intellect and respect of self and friends It ruins morally so daily and financially Slop look listen Think of the danger signal and promise nod and men to go no further It will make you a bettor man a better rllli n a better husband to your wife and father to your children stow many aro tramping out their life upon a rail rood track who mltjht be riding In a IKirlor car had they left drink out of their lives Liquor tins started many a man on the tramp or In other words given him a tip pass unit he Is now II homeless wanderer because of this besetting sin- Sonio lire ready to excuse the saloon but I should like anyone to stand up endpoint out a single redeeming quality r Would you look for thr evil You have not far to go It Is the feeder of divorce courts and an Incentive to murder prison and the gallows When the poor vlcltm has spent his last dollar will the saloon stand up for him 1 Is he welcome then to the old haunts No no when there Is no prospect of pay there Is no proffer of drink I am glad to see offi vials of railroads take a decided stand against employing men who use liquor any form not that railroad men uo lit more than others but this altitude blcuscs mankind In theconfldcncowhlch It gjves and the example which It sets Then take heed The red light warns Bo wise Beware of the dangernlgnal J E oellln Evangelical Herald BREVITIES Burlington Vt In 1902 under prohi bition had only 110 drunks before the courts In 1903 from May to Decem her the doors of the county Jails closed upon 379 The Oakland City Ind temperance people are gaining in their fight against the saloon Tho colored people are falling In lino for the Anti Saloon league One of the leading colored men has come out for temper ance and Is getting others of his race to sign the remonstrance- In prohibition Kansas tho annual consumption of liquors per capita la less than two gallons aa against 19 In tho country as n whole Forty counties in tho state of Kansas do not have a pauper The Jails In 37 Kaiv sas counties are without a single in mate Prohibition in Kansas prohibits more than 95 per cent The fire commissioner of New York rejects all cigarette smokers who apply for places In his department It Is tho same with men who drink to excess even occasionally no matter how well they may stand the examinations At 4man without nerves fireman says the commlsllonerIandl cigarette and whisky are not good fort the nerves In New Zealand where a threefifths vote Is required to Imperatively pro hibit the liquor traffic the requisite vote has been given In several districts while others have given a ma jority but not a three ffths majority against licensing In several of these latter districts the licensing authorities have exorcised their discretionary power by refusing to grant or renew any liquor licenses on the ground that a majority of the people are against their issue J i it 1 A HOMEMADE STONE BOAT It Dumps Its Own Load and Can Be Used for the Heaviest Kind f Work Make the boat In two separate parts a right and a left halt Each halt has a double floor ono level tho other In 7iPcllned to tho middle of tho boat Tho lower hoer must bo at least two Inches thick the upper may bo slightly lighter The latter Is supported at Its higher lido by a cleat on the lower floor Hinge tho two halves together by DITTAIL8 OF ItlNQi means of heavy Iron straps bent forward at the hinge as shown In Fig 2 The axis of the hinge Is wrenchshaped at f the top and Is fitted with a flat Iron rod shown at a In both drawings bent at right angles and so fitted that It may bd turned up or down Fasten the chain at the sides of the boat At tho rear Instead of heavy woodea pieces bolt the boards of tho floor together by means of flat iron rods pro TUB HO AT COMlKKTU Tided with a hook and ring for hold fog tho two halves together When rrady to dump unhook tho rear throw A down so as to catch In tho ground and when the team pulls up the sides will be drawn apart and the load will remain on thu ground Very heavy stones may bo loaded on behind to avoid the rather high edges Orango Judd Farmer SOME ROADMAKING HINTS While National Agitation Is Going On Some Practical Work Might Well Be Done at Home Tho air Is full of talk about good i rroada It Is good roads good roads you go Rut Isnt it about time something practical was coming to pawl All talk with no result amounts to nothing so let us get down to the root of tho matter How ago we really to have good roads Well I have seen many plans tested but this Is the best of All Slako good deep ditches on each side of tbo road to carry off all water In digging the ditches throw all dirt Into tho road and add enough from oth er sources to elevate the roadbed to a good height above the ditches The roadbed should be 18 feet wide and should be highest In the center and sloping slightly each way to as to drain all water Into the ditches Cut down tho hill and nil up the hollows As a railroad company had rather pull a train four miles over a level road than a halt mile up a steep grade so It Is a vast deal better to observe this ruin for wagon roads And now to make tho roads per manently good gravel them good Bet ter macadamize them If at all practical But at least gravel and that with thor oughly good gravel If parts need til ing be sure to tile them and do this properly Let every hours work be well dono There Is vastly more truth than poetry In tho old adago that what Is worth doing at all Is worth doing well Fill up all small ruts when they first appear It Is much easier done then than when a foot deep Dealdcs It might save a wagon or a buggy wheel from being broken or a horso from being crippled It might even save a human beings limb or oven his meT E Rich y In Epltomlst Dust Spray or Liquid Spray Tho contest Is still on between the dust spray and the liquid spray In Illinois and other states to tho east and north tho dust spray has made little advance but has obtained a good share of tho attention of the orchardltts In Missouri and west Tho men that stick to tho liquid spray say t that with the liquid It Is possible to get a uniform spraying material but that there Is no possible way of get ting tho polsynous substances equally distributed through dust We will have to walt a little and see how this problem Is to bo settled by the dust sprayers The men In favor of tho dust spray stay that they can take advantage of the dew on the trees In the morning and this saves the haul lag of a great amount of water over the ground especially after rains when thj ground Is too soft to bo driven on Farmers Ilevlew Milk Is best warmed by placing the San In warm water PLANT SOME GOOD TREES Elm Catalpa and Locust Are Rapid Growers and Require But Little Care The American or white elm is a large tree and when full grown often attaint a height of 100 feet and a trunk diam eter of six feet It forma a round or broad and spreading top It Is a rapid grower and adapts Itself well to all kinds of soils The trcels hardy seldom attacked by Insects and diseases and casts an Ideal shade It Is a flrstclass tree to plant about the house and yard The catalpa Is a rapid growing tree often attaining a height of feet and a trunk diameter of three to four feet It grows best on a deep rich soil and a satisfactory growth can seldom bo so cured on light thin soil In a pure planting the trees will completely shade tho ground In three or four years It sprouts well from the stump when the trees are cut In tho winter There are two species of catalpa catalpa specloEa commonly called hardy or western catalpa and catalpa catalpa commonly called southern catalpa Tho western catalpa Is a tall upright tree with but few large branches It requires close planting to develop a good trunk The southern catalpa Is a low growing tree with a broad top These characteristics are Influenced by soil and location On poor loll in open planting both kinds form low branch- Ing heads Tho western catalpa as a rule produces only one to three seedpods In a cluster and each pod Is from 14 to 20 Inches long and onehalf Inch In diameter Tho southern catalpa produce from four to eight pods In a cluster and eah pod Is from eight to ten Inches long the seeds are small and tapering at tho end Black or yellow locust grows rapidly and attains a height of feet and a trunk diameter of thrto feet The top Is of good form with a main central stem when grown In clot e plantings but It frequently branches and forms a large round head when grown In the open It grows fastest when set In mixed plantings but does not form as good a trunk It usually grows wore rapidly than the other trees and branches and spreads over the tops of other trees It casts a poor shade and Is slow to occupy the ground to tho ex clusion of other plants and sprouts vigorously from the stump and roots broken by the plow or spade Midland Farmer TRELLIS FOR SWEET PEAS For Flower as Well as Vegetables the One Here Described Has No Superior The framework for trellis should be made when tho trench is first dug Posts of 2xMnch stuff 8 feet long are set 2 feet In the ground Set them so the Inch side of the post will extend across the trench Nail strips 2 Inches wide by 1 Inch thick from one post to the other both at top and bottom These boards should be nailed to each tide of AN EXCELLENT TIIHLLIS the posts so as to provide a double trel Its Do not use wire netting for the trellis It Is very expensive the wires tend to burn tho vines during midsummer and It IB very troublesome to remove tho vines from It after they have died down In autumnTwo of ordinary gardeners bunching twine at 6 cents each will make a trellis feet high and 25 to 30 feet long Nails are driven Into the boards at top and bottom of frame also on the posts Inches apart letting them project about threequarter Inches Those In the top board should be driven so as to slant upward the ones on the bottom board to slant downward while the ones on posts should slant outward A study of the accompanying diagram will show how 4he trellis Is woven Mrs J E Morse In Farm and Home Outwitting the Wireworms This Is how a farmer got ahead of the wlrcworma Several years ago he broke up an old meadow and planted it in corn but tho wireworms destroyed all the young plants He replanted but to no avail and could not get a stand that year The next year he planted tho Held again but the corn was ruined The third year by the advice of an old farmer he let tho ground remain un broken until the 1st of May then plowed deeply and crofsharrowcd He then put on common salt sowing It broadcast as ho would have sown grass seed at tho rate of twothirds of a bar rel per acre Ho again crossharrowed and planted the corn upon tho salted ground tho first year and tho one fol lowing Recipe for Grafting Wax I will give a formula for wax which I have used for years In grafting and find It satisfactory Rosin six pounds beeswax ono pound linseed oil one plat Put rosin In iron vessel and when melted add beeswax Bring nearly to boll then add tho oil stir well to mix While cooling pour out in vessel and cake same as you would maple sugar What Is not wanted Immediately can be laid by for future use To soften the wax 1180 tepid water When soft pull same as taffy If weather ti cool when- used keep wax in warm or tepid water This wax will not crack In the coldest weather and the hot dayn of summer will pot make It ruuP W Snoke U Ohio Farmer TOCO IS JAPANS IDOL Famous Admiral a Great Lover of Home Life Was Educated- in England Vice Admiral Togo tho naval hero upon whom tho eyes of all Japan are now centered and who Is the Idol of his coun try was educated In England where ho still has mahy friends among the navy contingent He was born October 14 1857 and spent two dears on the train Ing ship Worcester 1873 and 1874 Reports on his conduct made to the powers were that It was excellent and that ho showed good ability for his chosen the ChineseJapanese war Togo commanded the Nanlwa which sank the troopship Kowshlng a steamer belonging to the IndoChina Naviga tion company which was carrying Chi nese troops The commander of the Kowshlng was Cpt Galsworthy who also received his training on the Wor cester Ho would have been drowned had not Togo sent a boat to bin rescue Togo Is a Satsuma Sa ura a true blooded Japanese and has all the traditions of those desperate fighters to uphold but ho Is also a great lover of his family and homo life Ills countrymen have full confidence In his courage and resourcefulness especially since his brilliant exploits it Port Arthur DECLINE IN BIRTH RATE Testimony Before Australian Commission on Smallness of Families Among All Classes The commission appointed by the New South Wales government Inquire Into tho decline of the birth rate reports that the rate has fallen off 30 percent In 20 years and calculates that it will take 4GV4 years at the present progress to double Australias population of 3750 000Incidentally the commission recom mends a vigorous policy of encouraging immigration It states that Its findings apply generally to the whole of the com monwealth and not merely to New South WalesA of expert evidence has been collected to account for the emallness of families among all classes Reference Is also made to the extraordinary In fantile mortality which is encouraged by the loose system of burying alleged stillborn children Further the commission declares that grave disorders are sapping the vitals of the new population A drastic alteration Is recommended In certain branches of the criminal law The concentration of population In the towns regarded as partly responsible for tho diminished birth rate- FINDS MONEY IN BELLOWS New Jersey Nan Discovers Wad of Bills Secreted Years Ago In Odd Place Edward V Jochem of Carlton byibills Tho money was sent In return for a wad of bills which Mr Jochem found some time ago In an old blacksmiths bellows In the lgft of a building he beside the paper money were 20 trade dollars a dozen nickels and a number of oldfashioned copper pen nies The money Is supposed to have been secreted by James D Benson who kept a blacksmith hop in the place a number of years ago The news of Mr Jochems find has spread throughout the towns adjoining Carlton Hill and as a result every black smiths bellows In the lower part of Ber gen county Is being examined MARKET REPORT Cincinnati April s CATTIB Common 276 0 3 85 Heavy steers 4 75 0 10 CALVES Extra 5 HOGS Ch packers 5 15 5 20 Mixed packers 4 90 5 1- 5SIIEEPExtm 4 50- LAMBSSpring 7 0 10 FLOUR Spring pat 6 10 0 5 40 WHEAT No 2 red 1 05Stll 1 06 No 3 winter 0 1 04 CORN No 2 mixed 0 fi- lOATSNo2 mixed 41 0 41Ya KYE No 2 76 0 78 HAY Ch timothy 014 BO PORKClear family 14 45 LARD Steam 0 6 22ft BUTTER Ch dairy 14 0 16 Choice creamery 4I 25 APPIESCholco 8 00 0 3 50- POTATOESPer bbl 4 00 0 4 10 TOBACCO Now 5 10 12 00 Old 460 14 25 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 4 70 0 4 80- WHEATNo 2 rod 93 0 94ft No3 spring 85 0 99 CORN No 2 mixed 49 0 49y OATSNo2 mixed 3ty 37 RYENo 2 0 66 PORK Mess 11 95 12 LARDSteam 6 65 m 6 5n4 New York FLOUR Win strts 4 90 A 616- WHEATNo 2 red 1 04 CORNNo2 mixed 6- 6OATSNo2 mixed 0 HY RYEWestern 0 77 4 PORK Family 1460 LARD Steam 669 Baltimore WHEATNo 2 red G 99 CORNNo 2 mixed 61 OATSNo 2 mixed 0 41 CATTLE Steers 4 90 0 5 00 IIOGSWestern 6 40 6 90 Louisvill- eWHEATNo 2 red 0 1 02 CORNNo 3 mixed 0 5- 3OATSNo2 mixed 0 44J4 PORKMess 13 60 LARD Steam 06 G- 2Indltapolls WHEAT No 2 red 0 1 03 CORNNo mixed 49 OATS No 2 mixed 41ya ITECI38ARY OBOOL FOR ONE ItXPI1fDlI1JJtElI Cofege Acid A Modal AoSeraLaU Nova Sek OO of Grall- llaeldnta1 1 I I 6SIII II IIRookpaper IIUmateeS 1 UI I N Fetal chel zpesIeat t01 100 601 460 rot piano stenography sad ttb r Hint See BipaoiM below X4TIH KXPBH SBSBMrt des U show ty Booth Room ml kjr term Board room fuel lid llihU 121 for Ml tad iprlDf 1171 a IIII24or wlnUl tern week Sward to till Tillite llowtt Im pprer4 ltoM varUi In prlM ecordloi to acoommo Uttoni furnished Adding the Uriel expense to acboel as pee wa findi- To be pale tile Int day Including the II dtpatlt In Col a tats Ptptttmtnt 12020 Academy sad Latin Normal 11920 Applied Iclcnca Normal and A Grammar 11724 Medal School IUJO In loUr 1181 more for each No student eta ba NttlTid who lalli to make this adraaet pay meat Tow Ordinary lipaatM for It weeks are ten to bet In Collegfat Department 130 Academy and Utln Normal 2t Applied Science Hormahand a Grammar 177 Model School 124 In winter IhtM dollar more for Sub Btudenti paying board and room rent la lull era term at the beginning recalT a discount of lily teat students duty excused before the end ol a term aoeeytheySPECIAL EVanS Has Vocal or Special Theory lesion I boor elate of three 17 Ot Off au Violin etc U leuoLe clan of three 600 Stenography or Typewriting per term 600 Clue worala Harmony UM of Piano or Typewriter br a day 3 60 Uceof organ 1 hr a day 900 Kent of Muilo Library per term M Chemical Laboratory according to material andbreallaIIJatoou SO Laboratories term Itof- chtertalc In drawing term 1- CItxamlnattoD cietpt on appointed day N on itt IMir1 1nmmMlnlA1n 11A M tnmin freeeonkelentoph lIowloSecureRIDE 01 IDTeDUOnfOli Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers anti 900 Students from 26 States Largest Collate Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS youagslMsadTrade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two yean Normal Courses For Teachers Three courses leading to eeuatf Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy Coarse Four years fitting for College for buslneme set for life College Conrsee Literary Scientific ClINIcal leading t11salaerrate degrees Music Choral free Reed Organ Voeal Plano Theory We are hers to help all who will help themselrea toward a Christian earl eat ion Our Instruction la a free gift Students pay a small Inotdental fee payforbrought within 3400 about S15 to be paid In advance The School is endorsed by Baptists Christian Disciples Congregatles aUatilbthodil Presbyterians and good people of all denominations M VUTION sa4 FIIENOLV AOTKI Mreta Ike tKHTAtT WILL C OAMBLEa Berea Midiioi Cooity KIlt Madison County Roller Mills I Manufacturers Fancy Roller Floor Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be bard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON II another Excellent FIotIrj Potts walta Station Ky rsonI II OUR WORLDS FAIR CONTEST opportunityto participate in the Great Worlds Fair Contest in which these prizes are given The sub eet matter of this great contest is the Total Paid Admissions during May the first month of the Great St Louis Worlds Fai- rConditions of this Great Contest OLD SUBSCRIBERS For each 25o paid on your subscription account to THE CITIZEN you can make 3 one free If you pay 5100 on your account you can make four free guesses if eight free guesses and fo on NEW New subscribers sending 25o for a three months can make one estimate free Those sending BOo for a G months 2 free guesaeaj a year 4 guessecj 1200 for 2 years Sguesaes and so on Write your name address and estimates in the Blank below and mail today to THE Cmzsy KyThe record of the Secretary of tho Worlds Fair showing the total paid during the first month of the Fair will determine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will be made by a disinter ested committee of judges duringthe first week in June As this contest will close on April BOth the day before the Fair opens all will have an equal chance to win these prizes Those who estimate or guess t NOW will have a chance to win a Special Prize and just as good a chance to win the Capital Prize of 500000 as the one who guesses on the last day of the contest The money to pay the prizes is deposited in the Central Savings Bank Detroit by the Frees Publishing Association can used for no other purpose la cue of a tin or that two or more estimators are equally correct prizes will be divided equally between them Here is the List of Prizes For the nearest correct estimate or guess jq500000- For the second nearest correct estimate or gUMS 260000 For the third nearest correct estimate or guess f 100000 For the fourth nearest correct estimate or guess 50000 For the fifth nearest correct estimate 01 guess 80000 For the sixth nearest correct estimate or guess 20000 For the seventh nearest correct estimate or guess 15000 For the eighth nearest correct estimate or guess 10000 For the ninth nearest correct estimate or guess 7600 For the tenth nearest correct estimate or guess 5000 For the next five nearest correct estimates 10900Foror guesses 1000 eacho 6000 For next 28 nearest correct estimates or guesses 1500 each 14000 For the next 445 nearest correct estimates or guesses 1300 each 183500 493 prizes amounting to 1160000 In addition to the foregoing prizes v ill be the following Special Prizes for Early Estimates For the nearest correct estimate received on or after March lilt before March 16th 150000 For the nearest t correct estimate received on or after March 15th and before April 1st 50000 For tho nearest correct estimate received on or after April let and before April 15th 50000 Total 496 prizes amounting to 1300000 X13000IN 496 CASH PRIZES 1st prize 5000 2d prize 2500 3d prize 1000 SPECIAL PRIZES 500 Each for Early Estimates 1200 SUBSCRIBERS subscription subscription Subscription attendance prominent Michigan there VALUABLE INFORMATION- To aid in forming your estimates we furnish the following figures The total paid admissions during May the first month of the Chicago Worlds Fair were 1050037 The total paid admissions during May the first month of the Buffalo PanAmerican Exposition were 899430 Be careful to write your name figures and PO plainlyr Cut out fill in mail today to The Citizen Berea Ky SUBSORIPTION BLANK Inclosed find to apply on Subscription acot Name i Fostoffice I State My estimates of the total number of paid admissions l to the Worlds Fair during the month of May I are i t rU b s I THE CITIZENILAST SUPPLY BILL The Senate Tuesday Passed the Military Academy Appropriation Measure A HOTOLD TIME IN THE HOUSE Representative Dalzell Charged That kCockran Had Accepted Money to Support McKlnley8 Campaign The Latter Offered a Resolution Providing For the Appointment of a Select Committee to Investi gate the Charges Made Washington April 27SenateThes- enate pawed tho military academy appropriation bill the last of tho supply measures The amendments sug gested by the committee on military affairs for a reorganization of the med- Ical and ordnance departments of tho army and for the establishment of a number of camp sites were thrown out on points of order Mr Bacon concluded his tariff speech begun Monday The senate took a recess until 1Q oclock Wednesday Mr Allison In moving tho recess expressing tho hops that a final adjournment might be se cured Thursday HouseThe heavyweights had an other bout in the houso Tuesday with Messrs Dalzell and Cockran as the combatants The speeches were a renewal of last Saturdays debate but were personal In their character As on Saturday the speakers were greeted with vociferous applause by their respective colleagues and the bitter ness of party feeling ran high At times tho houso was In an uproar Mr Dalzell had Mr Cockran on the racli for nearly two hours during which time he dealt largely with that gentle mans political history which he said showed him to have been ponsecuUvo ly a greenbacker a sound money man and a free silver man He reverted to his statement of last Saturday that he had been Informed that Mr Cockran tad accepted money to support the campaign of McKinley and road ex tracts from several newspapers to show that was the general Impression at the time A man he said who would not have replied to Mr Cockran as he did on Saturday would have been a poltroon and a coward Mr Cockran thoroughly Indignant at times denied the accusation of Mr Dalzell whom he arraigned for making statements which could not be substantiated If what Mr Dalzell had sold were true he declared ho was unworthy of mem bership In emphatic and positive language Mr Cockran denied that he had received money from the Palmer and Buckner campaign committee or that he had ever received money for supporting McKInley In 1898 If Mr Dal zell he said believed the charges against him It was nothing but a con fession of the republican partys cor ruption and proof that the presidential election had been purchased The cli max came when he offered a resolution providing for the appointment of a se lect committee of five members of the house to investigate tho charge which had been made against him by Mr Dalzell Ho and other democrats in eluding Mr Williams the minority leader demanded Immediate consider ation but tho speaker declined to pass on a point of order against the resolu tion until ho had examined precedents EN ROUTE TO THE EXPOSITION Eighty Natives of the Philippines Arrived at Tacoma Wash Tacoma Wash April 27The Ori ent HnorTromont arrived in port Tues day She brought an unusually largo passenger list including a number oft persons who havo boon in tho military or educational department at Manila also a number of passengers from Yo- kohAma and Kobe There were 80 na twos of different tribes of the Philip pine en route to the St Louis exposition Will Sail May Washington April 21Rr Adm Barker Commanderinchief of the North Atlantic squadron telegraphed the navy department that he does not expect to leave Pensaoola with his pquadron for the European cruise be fore May Countess Casslnls Fair Washington April 21Ihe fair glv en by the Countess Casslnl in aid of the Red Cross fund in the war now In progress between Japan and Russia was held Tuesday afternoon at Bel mont the home of Mr and Mrs A 1Barber Dewey Favors General Board Plan Washington April 27Adm Dewey placed himself on record in favor of the general board plan of Secretary Moody beforo the houso committee on naval affairs Tuesday The present aval board the admiral said was too large EightHour Bill Is Postponed Washington April 21By a vote of 4 to 3 two members being absent the senate committee on education and labor Tuoiday decided to postpone fur tier consideration of tho olght hour bill until next December u An Exposition Station Washington April 27 Acting Poet master General Wynno Tuesday issued an order establishing an exposition station of tho st Louis poet oMco to be located in the government building pa tote BXPOfI9 tVliAVbatLLJ i 11 Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURC- ESIIIiI11F1I11IfIiII11 HIIHlHHH Miss Daisy White of Richmond is visiting Miss Versa Moore John Boggs is out again after a three weeks attack of the grip Miss Mao Richardson has recover ed from a long Beige of the grip Several members of the family of T K Tutt Jr are down with the measlesRev and Mrs A E Thomson re turned yesterday from their trip to TennesseeThe court convened nt Richmond Thursday presided over by Judge CochranIMiss Louise Yocum returned Saturday from Lexington looking the picture of health A freight wreck at Mullins Tues day night caused a number of the passenger trains to be late on Tuesday nod Wednesday Bert Cornelius left Monday to roo sumo his studies in the Louisville medical school after a ten days va cation spent here- TheOtterbien Quartette gave the closing number of the Lyceum course at the Tabernacle last night to a good audience despite the ruin They were wellreceived Mrs Jane Bronston of Richmond died Friday April 22 aged 07 years She was a faithful Christian Simpson Gentry and daughter of this place attended the funeral Dr M E Jones our dentist is again able to bo regularly at his of Pico from Thursday until Saturday of each week after a three weeks ab sence due to an attack of rheumatism- J S Lambert has movedwith his family from Rockford Rockcastlo county to the Glades near Berea where he has set up a saw mill and will turn out considerable lumber in the next few months We should have said last week that MrsG M Patterson and laugh ter of Lancaster with Miss Mariam Patterson of Thorndale Texas also visited with Prof and Mrs L V Dodge during their stay here Near Stanford in Lincoln County has been discovered what experts pronounce the finest of blackmarble and it is seemingly in large quanti ties A stock comimny with 50000 capital is being organized to put it on the market The night man at the L fc N station hero has been taken off for the present and as a consequence the night mails have been discontinued The citizens of Berea are vigorously protesting and it is hoped and even expected that arrangements can soon be made by which the night mails will be put on again Thoseventeenth birthday of Ralph Osborne was very pleasantly celebrated at his homo Tuesday night Games and refreshments oc cupied the evening The party con sisted of the Misses King Marsh Putnam Murphy and Cook and gentlemen Frost Marsh Thomson Postlewait and Osborne The five months old of Mr and Mrs C M Mullins died Sunday afternoon at 1 oclock and was buried at the Scaffold Cane graveyard on Monday Mr and Mrs Mullins desire to sincerely thank the friends for their kindness during its sickness and death The others of Mr Mul lins family who are sickare improving I What might have proved a disastrous conflagration Saturday night was happily prevented by the pros once pf mind of Sheriff Wagers The gasoline lamps used by H M Racer in his barber shop got out of order and the gasoline taking fire almost filled the shop with flames Mr Wag lampsjerkinginto the street whore the flames were quickly extinguished by means of wet towels RopublicanConvention Court House Saturday afternoon in strutted for Hon B J Clay of this city and G W Welsh for delegates to the National Convention from the Eighth District subject to the action of the district convention at Nicholas ville on April 28and for W 0 Bradley M B Bolknap and John W Yerkes for delegatesatlargo to time ChicagoRichmond Mrs John Kimbroll died last week at her home three miles south of fUteondaysduration goodhealthsides her husband who is the same largofamilymembored that she and her husband wore converted and baptized at tho age of 82 and since that thimo it has been n great joy to them to have preaching in their homo often Wallaces Chapel the newly erected churchhouse where tho Methodists of Wallaeeton and vicinity worship will lx dedicated Sunday May 8th clear of debt There will bo sermons at 1080 oclock a in and 230 p in with a basket dinner on thin grounds The Chapel is a neat wellbuilt building timid the congregation is to bo congratulated upon dedicating so handsome a build ing without debt The church is composed of about 100 mcinlerH over whom Rev J L Sturgill is pastorIt with the deepest sorrow that we chronicle the news of the death on yesterday morning of Miss Daisy Coddington daughter of Mr and Daisyhadweek but was thought to IKJ getting along all night Tuesday afternoon about two oclock sin suddenly became seriously ill passing into convulsions which lasted an hour after which she remained unconscious until her death Her parents are distract ed with grief and the whole com munity is thrown into sorrow by the sill death WHAT HAPGOODS HAS DONE During the year 1003 Hapgotxl has placed in high grade positions over 500 young College University Technical School garduates Our cam paign for UK I is now in progress More firms than ever arty looking to us for capable graduates and we wish to get in touch at once with every senior who will bo looking for a position in business or technical work Write nearest office for hook lets Hnpgoods 309 Broadway New York Hartford Bldg Chicago Pennsylvania Bldglhiladi lphia William son Bldg Cleveland Pioneer Bldg Seattle Colorada Bldg Washington Minn Loan ft Trust Bldg Minneap olis Chqmical Bldg St Louis Park Bldg Pittsburg IIIHIHIIHMH College Items HERE AND THERE HHIHHHHH1HHHH N Time last of time display for the Fair was Hhiped lout week direct to St Louis The Institution has reason to be proud of the showing made Mr Geo Makejeaco loft Tuesday for his home in Indian Orchard Mass after three months spoilt lucre in charge of the plumbing mull tin work of the Institution Dr A D Mayo of Washington D C arrived Tuesday Ho will ad dress tho Superintendents Conference remaining over until next week when he will make several addresses before studentsThe exhibition of the Model schools occurred Tuesday night timid as usual drew a large audience The exercises consisted principally of class songs and recitations One of hoopdrillhibitions always call forth tvell tie served praise for their excellence As wo go to press the county sup erintendents are convening here for their Third Annual Conference under the auspices of the College A largo attendance is expected and tho con yetheldpublished this week in tho school column Tho Powells Valley Visitor has tho following to sayof the recent visit of Dr Ilubbelland Prof Dins GapTwo Dr Huhlxjll and Prof Dinsmore visited TheyinspoctltlLincoln Memorial University on Saturday Sunday morning Prof BaptistChurch gtiallongone knew of its length until it was done Dr Hubbell spoke for Fresh dent Larry at Avery Hall in tho afternoon on time text Keep thy heart with all diligence for out of it life tho issues of Life lIe made an interesting theme of an old proverb agmimiifHear All All persons who have Catarrh Asth ma Bronchial or Throat Troubles should use Pnrncamph It relieves instantly and contains no opium or morphine A Fair Proposition If you suitor front Piles Eczema or Skin Diseases go to your druggist and get a bottle of Pnracniuph use it as directed If you are not satisfied with the results go backand got your money Guaranteed by SE Welch Jr Druggist Buy your Engagement and Wedding Rings From tho largest and beet tock of giiarnnterd gold filled and solid gold jnwolryahowiriu Bores Prices right Call see our line of goods A J Thompson Opposite Uunlotlos Mill Borea Ivy Bring your watch clock and j wolry ropnir work to W B Robe Co Shop over potollli Prices low All work gnnranlocd VYu IIIIVH tutu heat outfit in this end of Mad sou county- wANTEIFAITHFI1IEltttN n TO TItA VII or will mubllthiil tinux hi n tow rounlic ep luon retail KirrrlmiiU unit Laid lrrrlti w tk whit expcu rs dlunualnillnyable In twin rneli week Money forc s dnlllim inu iiriil IIIIIIIcaIltYtalul all riuliliig Matiufurliirvn all1 WhulII Dept third floor Il lies horn St 1lilntKO Low Rates to Frankfort Account of State Meeting Grand Army of the Republic tho Louisville t Nashville will sell round trip tickets to Frankfort on May tilth ami 2ith at ono font plus 25 cents This will make the faro from limit and return 2U Tickets goal return ing until May 27th Go to the Red White Blue Store For closing out Bargains in Shoes and Clothing A nico lain of Groceries always fresh at the right price Wo deliver from 10 a m until d p ni Phone GO R J ENGLE Prop Chestnut Street Beren Ky THEIRBANK relations existing between TilE bank and its customers are close and cordial Wo esteem it n compliment to havo people lay claim to the institution as inning THEIR bank Is it YOURST THE- BEREA BANK BEREA Ky Sciatic Rheumatism Curod h I have begin subject to sciatic rheumatism for years sa n E II Wnlilron of Junction Iowa liMy joints were still and gave me much pain and discomfort Myjoiula would crack when I straightened up I used Chamberlains Pain Balm and have boon thoroughly cured Have not had a pain or ache from tho old trouble for many months It is cog tainly a most wonderful liniment For sale by PE Welch Jr Druggist LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD TimeTable In Effect May 24 1903 doing Norlli Train 4 Dally Leave Bireu S 20 in Arrive Richnlond852 a m Arrive Paris fcOfi a m Arrive Cincinnati7 30 a m- loingNorlh TraIn a l nlly Leave Betea 1255p m Arrive Richmond 125 pm Arrive Paris 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati 600 p m Going Routh Traits Dully Leave Berea i11 p m Arrive Livingston 2 05 p m fining South Train 0 Dally Leave Berea 11 24 pm Arrive Livingston1280 a m Trains No 1 and No C make connection at Livingston for Jellico and the South with No 21 and No 27 W H lOWER Ticket Agent FARMERS We want live fat Poultry Eggs Hides and Feathers We pay highest cash prices C F GOTT CO Succcwori to Iloron Iro liice Company Depot Street Borca Ky I TheU International Bible SeriesT H THc LARGEST LINE OF SELF PRONOUNCINC BIBLES IN TilE WORLD nut RCNOWNCO fOH THUD CLEAR PRINTSCIIOLARLY HELPS SUPERIOR BINDINGS DO YOU NEED A BIBLE Then send for this French Morocco Divinity Circuit Round Corners Red Under Gold Edges SILK SEWED Lure Type Mllllo- lISELrPRONOUNCING TEACHERS BIBLES Co NTMNNOD The Combination Concordance the Most Satisfactory la Existence llloitrittOQi Maps In colon tad time mOlt COMPLETE HELPS TO THE STUDY OF THE BIBLE Price only 85 cts THE BEREA X X to A well drcBHPil luau is H credit to La town and hula bumnona Our Suits Help A car load ofTonneiweo Wagons to arrive this week will bo what ninny fanner went at the low price I will make Cull rtioueSo 40 fur Inxvrlf llr Com anllihllIUIf A P JR Depot St Dtroa Ky C M Mullins B F Goforth The Vo have an entirely Now Stock of Groceries which inn guarantee of tho of our goods Our Line is Try our turn Brenkf est Bacon D M Forryfl Scotia grow Wo flll thRill Goals delivered at 10 a m mind H pm Phone 70 Mullins Main Street Korea Ky Price Only SI15 to pay- Postage Same Bible- furnished With ratcit Additional CbrltfedDDRESS CITIZEN KENTUCKY Clothing Helps Success SETTLE New Grocers FRESHNESS Complete Goforth Tllamll1ll4extor lost the HENDERSON ROUTE HabIt ON Toes TRIP TO ST LOUIS RoundTrip ratos from Louls vlllo on account of tho WORLDSFAIR SEASON TIesrsul itOO Sold Daily Commencing April 2T Limit December I r 1SOI SIXTY DAT TICKETS 1OO SoldDaily Commencing April JTi Limit 00 days TEN DuTICKETSljHOOUSo- Il1 Dally Commencing April 26 LimitlU days including date of sale SrEciAt COACH ExcNslkiOtD- ates of Salo to lxt announced Inter Limit 0 days including unto of sale Coach Excursion Tickets are nottgood in Sleepers neither will they bo good for tho checking of Baggage FOR COMFORTFOR SERVICE IF TtCKCT agate OVril Till Popular Henderson Route cur all Certainly Well Fortified ASK US Oro I Umtrr Trntclllim Iuotgrr ArI- t IoMncrr Agent mJIawIN ncncNl IViwrniirr Artnl LOUISVILLE KY IDR FENNERS I Kidney BackacheALSO All Diseases of the kidneys bladder and urinary organ Ainu heart dUeaae rheumatism backache gravel dropsy female CureDont become discouraged There It a cure for you K neceaaary writs Dr Kennor Ho liu spent a lifetime curing Just such ciuo selouts All consultations are FREE I had Buffered for a long time and for tbreo weeks wu down In bed unable to moro with out great pain because of palm In my back which several doctors pronounced lumbago They failed to giro mo any relief whatever A sample bottle ot Dr Fennors Kidney and lIackacbe Curo greatly relieved mo I bought and used two more bottles and was completely cured though my occupation M n dyer require mo to be much about water and often my Clothing becomes damp or very wet I htvn suffered no return of the trouble nor any signs atiim Yours truly FRED IWANDT 213 N Elbrlzht St Muncie lad Hold by Druggists We awl ft Ask for Ur Fvnuvri Almanac or tuck llookKrco eff jg- jg GOOD SEEDS AoNr88ay GOOD CROPS IWo sell the good SEED CORN and ffi good MILLET SEED andJag You raise time GOOD CROPS SEE D i BALED HAY BALED STRAW f- I and HUGUELY I IMainStreet Richmond Ky 8 See Our Want Ad Column Page 8 I tetFtlit GtttlMttllMMielf teW14il iSTATE ODDS AND ENDS Dg 1 99 J ig 9999 p1 9 D39JiW 99i19i IDJ 19119ig ADJA9TpQ ILUCKY KENTUCKIANS They Are Entitled to a Fortune of About 1500000 San Frnnclsco April 22WIic Samuel David oiled on Allrll 5 In Iano hospltnlhero was no ono at his bell uldo who dreamed that tho soptuago narlan had an estate of 1COO000 He lived In ono room at No 408 California 5street Ills most Intlmato friend wore Jullu Ibis and Attornoy J K Cowdrey Davis left a will In his owa handwriting executed In February 1896 It does not contain tho name of a slnglo devisee or dispose of any of his efltato and simply names HHi an executor Tho estate worth 1500 000 and the only relatives ot tho testa tor aro Jane Davis a ulster Mrs Ma ry Stone his niece and Henry W Da vis a nephew all living In Church vllle Ky KNOCKED UNCONSCIOUS Harry Welman Seriously Injured While Playing Ball Lexington Ky April 23State col lego defeated University of Cincinnati 4 to 0 lu tho closest baseball game Been hero this season All tho runs woro made In the eighth Inning Harry Welman nhorUtop for Cincinnati was seriously Injured In tho eighth Inning Ho wan trying to reach homo when his head struck the ground and ho win knocked unconscious He will recover but was In bad shapo Friday night DUY MANY KENTUCKY ACRES New York Capitalists Acquire a DIg Tract In Knott and Perry Counties Mount Sterling Ky April 3NfvYork capitalists have purchased through C B Smith real estate dealS er 61000 acre of fine timber land In Knott and Perry counties for 1525 per nero Mr Smith has gono to New York to close tho deal A largo plan Ing and saw mill will be erected on tho property as well as a barrel and stave plant Train Wrecked the Station Loltchfleld Ky April 2Thenols Central railroad station at thin place was wrecked by a freight train that was switching Four cars put beyond control and crashed Into tho station wrecking tho freight room oOlco and passenger room Several persons were Inside at the time but escaped Injury Sleighs For April Wedding Owonsboro Ky April 2tSnow fell eight Inches deep Wednesday Pa ter W Manning a prominent railroad mAn and Mss Mattlo Thomas wcro married and tho order for carriages was countermanded and sleighs sub Htltutcd aa a novelty for an April wed ding Four Men Killed In a Mine Somerset Ky April 22An explo iilon occurred at tho Stearns Mints Coal Co at Stearns several miles be low here on the Cincinnati Southern railroad In which four colored moo wore killed and several others Injured Only meager details ate obtainable at this time English Lad Will Not Start Louisville Ky April 22t dont think I shall start English Lad In trio Derby here said Trainer Billy Phil lips Thursday morning nt Churchill Downs I shall undoubtedly send him to the poet during tho meeting but tho chances aro that It will not be In the Derby She Played the Races Paducab Iy April 23Mrs Jessie 13 Lynn a wotl crossed and beautiful woman was arrested Friday on the charge of stealing a 1100 brooch from a private boardinghouse She says hor homo Is near Louisville Ky She admits playing tho races recently at Memphis Child Gored By a Bull Lexington Ky April nHenry Rush jr aged four years while play Ing In a vacant lot on Seventh stroot was gored by a savage bull and only for the prompt arrival ot Mrs James Nickerson tho child would undoubted ly havo lost his life- Prescbyterians Meet Owen boro Ky April 21IhoMuhlonbcrg presbytery ot the Presby tartan church representing all tho churches In the western halt of tho state Is In session here Tho opening sermon was preached by Roy B F Boll of Oroonvlllo Fruit Killed In Hart County Munfordvlllo Iy April 23The thermometer registered 17 degrees above zero Thursday morning The fruit Is all killed and fruit trees and Umber greatly damaged by the freeze The snow still covers tho ground but pIs molting rapidly- Accidentally Killed By His Brother Olive lull Ky April 28 Chester Tabor 10 was accidentally shot and e killed by his brother Harry Tabor who was playing with a rovolvor when It was accidentally discharged tho bul let striking the younger boy In the ab domen Taken to the Penitentiary Bowling Green Ky April 20John Campbell who was convicted of mur i der at the recent term of tho Warren circuit court and sentenced to lit Im iprlsonment was taken to the bruab penitentiary at Ilalp- yvlilpiIi ONE WAS KILLED Shot While Fleeing From a Posse of Officers Mldlesboro Ky April 21At Cum bcrland Gap Wednesday one man wa killed and another seriously wounded In a fight following an attempted ar rest Silas Ismon and John Wright wore sefen to Jump from a train with sacks supposed to bo booty and make for the mountains 8 A Williams led a posse and catching up with the men was met by a volley ot shots none of which took effect Ho returned tho lire with a shotgun fatally wounding Wright and shooting Israan In the arm ON SHORT ACQUAINTANCE A Want Ad Inserted For Fun Lead to a Marriage Franklin Ky April 21 Bertha Dunn daughter of a well to do farmer and Kugeno Zimmerman a locomotive engineer of Peoria wore In this city Somo time In Januar Miss Dunn for fun Inserted an ad vertisement for a husband In a Detroit newspaper She received 58 replies Zimmerman being ono of her corre spondents The couple had never see each other until a tow hours before tin ceremony was performed A Deserter Arrested Midway Ky April 23Clty Mar shal Edward Stephens of tills place left for Fort Thomas In charge of Thomas A Lanier a deserter from tho United States army Lanier deserted from his post at Fortress Monroe and belonged to Company 41 ot tho coast RrtllleryiHowards Sentence Affirmed Frankfort Ky April 3The Judg ment of tho Franklin circuit court sen tencing Jim toward to life Imprison ment for the murder of William Goo bol was affirmed by tho appellate court Friday Judge Settle delivering the opinion and Judge Burnam and ORear dissenting Town Faces Double DangerI Owlngsvllle Ky April 22 from Salt Lick nine miles east of heroI say that a magazine containing about 400 quarts of nitroglycerin has btcni surrounded by forest fires and danger of explosion Salt Lick Is a town of about Inhabitants Options on Land For TermlnallILexington Ky April wero obtalned by tho Lexington e Eastern Railway Co and tho Chess peolco Ohio upon property adjacent to their terminal In this city The price to bo paid Is J 3500 The Pal ace Hotel Is Robert IncludedICovington Ky April 21Robert Brown uxpollccman convicted ot vol unlnry manslaughter for killing Depu IIJhard labor by Judge Shaw In tho cir cult court Frightful Double TragedyIBurkeavlllo Ky April 21A report from Cumberland county Tennessee says that Ben Harris aged 90 former ly of this place was beaten to deatbI with a club by a 10yearold boy and that tho latter was subsequently killedI by a pursuing posse Miss Castleman Wedded Louisville Ky April 21Miss Epee CasUeman and Charles Elmer Bailey ot Lexington were married Wednes day evening In the homo of the brides parents Gen and Mrs John B Castle man in tho presence ot a small gathI Bring of relatives and close Covered With Slush and Sleet Bowling Green Ky April 21Aheavy sleet foil Wednesday morning and the ground was covered with slush and sleet two Inches deep The tem peraturo was two degrees below freez ing Horticulturists say this finishes the fruit crop Wife Seek Freedom Newport Ky April 23Mrs George W Rosier lied suit In tho circuit court hero Friday for a divorce from her husband They wero married In Owen county Ky July 9 1893 and she says Rosier abandoned her April 12 1902 They have four children Gold Discovered In Union County Sturgis Ky April 21I P Oil chrlst of Sullivan has received certifi cato ot assay from Sonora Cal show- Ing that he has discovered on his farm bore Iron pyrites carrying to tho ton gold ot tho value of 3SG Tollgate Keeper Dead Covington Ky April 3Mrs Ja cob Northcutt 72 who for years had charge ot a tollgato on tho Indepond once pike and who is known by all persons traveling tho plko died at her i late homo of pneumonia Robards Tobacco Plant Sold Henderson Ky April 23Tho Ro bards Tobacco Ooo plant was sold un dor orders of J A Dean referee In bankruptcy It was bid in by Carl P Schlamp president of tho George Del her Co The consideration was 11 000 Suits For Back Taxes Ellzabethtown Ky April 23Sixty two suits have been filed In the county court by tho auditors agent on mort gages notes otc which wore not listfed on the sMossors book On somo them taxes ftro duo for several years FIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS Regular Session Washington April IJSenatcTheQuestion of additional accommodations In tho 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 tho sundry civil ap propriation hill ono for an extension of the cast front of tho capitol build Ing In accordance with sketches left by Architect Walters and the other for an outsldo senate office and com buildings a debate extending through tho entire session of tho houso Tuesday passed the bill provld ing for joint statehood of Oklahoma and Indian territory under tho name Oklahoma and of Arizona and of New Moxlco under the namo of Arizona The vote was 147 to 102 In discussing the rule which had been reported by the committee on rules providing for Immediate consideration of tho bill Mr Williams tho minority leader do clared that no republican bad any Idea that the bill would become a law at this session Delegate Wilson of Ari Bona opposed the bill It was favored by Delegates Rodey ot New Mexico and McGuire of Oklahoma Washington April 21SenateThe senate Wednesday listened to a set speech of almost two hours duration on the trusts by Mr Dolliver and aft erwards completed consideration of the sundry civil appropriation bill proyfront of tho capitol and for an addi tional office building for tho senate The office building amendment was agreed to as reported from the com paragraphnwas so modified as practically to pro vide for plans only tho appropriation being reduced to J7COOO HouseTho house after an extend ed debate sent tho naval appropriation bill back to conference the only die puted senate amendment accepted be ing that providing for tho construction In navy yards of two colliers A bill providing for allotment of the lands of tho New York Indians was passed un der a resolution of tho committee on rules for Its Immediate consideration 22SenatoThoItho emergency river and hector ap propriation bill which carries 3000 000 wore passed Thursday by the sen ate leaving only the general deficiency and tho military academy bills of tho entire list of supply measures still ThoitojcbarborIGorman sharply criticised tho failure to bring In a general river and harbor bill Speeches were made on tho penS sion bill by Messrs McCuraber and Scott the latter declaring that ho fa vored a service pension of Uti per monthIlouaeThe house Thursday gave evidence of approaching adjournment by passing a largo number of bills among them being ono to provide n temporary government for tho Panama canal zone A rulo was adopted after the democrats had forced a roll call for the consideration nt any time of tho bill creating a commission to vestigate tho merchant marine of tho United States and tho bill was then laid aside Washington April 23SenateThe- general deficiency appropriation bill tho ot sen tajkonlength on tho tariff policy nt the re publican party While the reading of the deficiency bill was In progress Mr Cullom delivered a speech on tho Chi nose exclusion rider Ho expressed tho opinion that there should be ex pllclt legislation reenacting existing exclusion laws but opposed tho re maining portion of the houso provision and moved to strike It out During the day the attention of the senate was brought to tho amendment of the houso to the bill for the government embllrmsslment ot tho senate In place of Mr Morgan who IB the senior democratic member the committee on Interoceanic ca nals with tho result that both sena tore declined to servo House Tho chip subsidy bill was considered In tho house Friday Consideration of the Alaskan delegate question was resumed after having been sidetracked several days Heavy Fighting Rumors Unconfirmed Seoul April 23Rumors concerning heavy fighting on tho Yalu river are still unconfirmed Beyond admissions concerning constant skirmishing noth- Ing Is obtainable from the military nu thorities here A vaguo Idea prevails that a frontal attack la Imminent Boilermakers Strike Now Haven Ct April 23Two bun dred boilermakers employed In tho lo cal shops of tho Now York New Haven Hartford railroad went on strike as the result of too companys refusal to grant them a ninehour day and a 16 per cent Increase Indicted For Murder Oran Mo April 23Intha final ro port of the Scott county grand jury submitted Indictments were returned against Dr Warren Smith and Mrs Lydia Miller charging thorn with bay ag murdered Mrs Millers husband Henry Miller Bill to Amend Postal Laws Washington April 23Representa the Thomas of North Carolina introduced a bill amending tho postal laws by providing that one copy each of all newspapers or publications of tho seC- ond class may be sent through the malls free to actual subscribers Substitute For Chinese Exclusion Bill Washington April 23Senator Teller Friday introduced a substltuto for the Chinese exclusion provision of the deficiency bill The substitute amends tho law of 1902 so as to make It indouendent of treaty obligations TIDING FROM PAPA Papas comings Little Grace Hum to hide her baby face Shall It be behind the door No he found her there before Nor within the curtains tare He would surely and her there preue4JlMd liesPlainNow ho1 9 talking In the hall Wheres my baby hear him call Where li papa little Grace plnceJNo shes not there any more Is she underneath the chair Dear menoeheo lint there Itabjr KlKKici In surprise Papa turns to where she lies placesOh rhymeIGood Housekeeping COW AND PIG WERE CHUMS An Odd Animal Friendship Which Led to All Sorts of Trouble and Mischief A lady who has a large estate in Brookline Mass tells an amusing story of an odd friendship between two ani mals that lived on the place The cow had been a resident for over two years when a pig was added to the stable quartersgrassContraryseemed very uneasy feeding a little and then uttering a serious of mournful bel lows like a cow deprived of her calf The pig in the stable too kept up a series of shrill squeals Disturbed by the noise the lady sent for the stableman to ask what was the trouble Sure maam I dunno said he The cow do eeem most unhappy An the pig too Put the cow back In the stable the lady said I cannot endure such noise This was done and quiet prevailed for the rest of that day The following morning the cow was again turned out The lamentations began again Again Aaa the cow returned to the stable and thence reigned The third day the tableman quieted the tumult by putting piggy out In the field too Both animals fed In peace and quiet And since the pig did good to the orchard rather than harm by his rooting he was allowed the freedom of the field with the cow If the pig got a fewrods away from his friend he would throw up his snout and squeal his loudest and then seamper bark to Net as fast as hl81egshould- carry him When they slept the pig lay beside the cow Their affection was mu tualThe friendship continued In this wise until spring when the cow had a calf She had then small Interest In her friend the pig and he poor creature was consumed with jealousy He rooted the boards of his pen so persistently that he broke it down and got in with the cow Then he rooted and bit the calf viciously The maternal wrath of the cow was roused and there was trouble In the stable The cow was hooking and trampling and the pig was rooting and biting cow and calf Indiscriminately The stableman went to the rescue He drove the pig back into his own quarters and repaired the pen Piggy sulked for two days refusing to eat and then ho apparently recovered his spirits and accepted the new conditions At times during the summer however he turned jealous and rooted viciously at the divid ing boards and squealed forth his hurt feelingsWhether the cow and pig would have resumed their former friendly relations cannot bo told for the luckless porker being now In good condition went the way of his kindYoutha Companion BEET LOOKS LIKE A BIRD Vegetable Freak Found In California Dears Fairly Good Resemblance to an Owl Out In California they grow vegetables which frequently bear a remark able resemblance to birds and beasts Some time ago we published a picture ODD CALIFORNIA DEET of a mammoth beet which had curious ly enough assumed the form of an eagle including beak eyes and oven talons This photograph as will be seen Is a fairly good likeness ot an owl but it Is really another beet of what IB known as the Yellow Tankard variety and was grown by a farmer In Los Angeles county Recognizing Its resemblance to a bird ho completed It by placing buttons In its head to represent eyes then tied a ribbon around its neck and placed it on exhibition N Y Herald A PRETTY INDIAN LEGEND Old Cottonwood Tree Tells a Little White Boy of the Birth of the Oxeyed Daisy OB the western prairies far from others of its kind stands an old cot tonwood tree where It hiss stood for tIl8SIOUXjbut their faces with carmine Near the old tree a little village has sprung up peopled In part brightfaced boys and girls who withI tho ancient landmark as did the red men Up Into the branches climbed one day a little darkhaired boy with eyes large and round- I wish youd tell me a story said the little boy to the old tree for they were fast friends The old tree loved the little boy and this Is the story It told I see you hold In your band a bunch of oxeyed daisies It began They remind me of their birth which hap pened here on the plains many years ago I am very old you know Just how old not even the red men can tell Out under my shade these wild chil dren of the west used to gather and hold councils of war and smoke the pipe of peace I was always glad when they smoked the pipe of peace because there was to be no war but I shudder ed when they painted their faces and dipped their arrows In new made poi son for I knew the wall of the wound ed would be brought to my ears by thewindsOne there was a great camp of Ogallalas around tho range of sand A COUNCIL OF WAR dunes back of you They were a peaceable and happy lot until one day the medicine man warned thsm they mustI go out to fight the Arapaboes or all the wild game would be killed or driven away from the hunting grounds All that night the south wind brought me sounds of bustle and hur ry and next morning Juat at break ot day I looked out and Saw the warriors going away The moaning of the squaws the walls of the children anf time howls of the dogs foretold grief Half the day passed and then little Waunee the favorite son ot the chief was missed tie had followed his fath er Again the moaning and walling was resumed for It was feared little Waunee would never come back alive Next day there was a terrible bat tie and many Indians were slain but the Ogallalas had been victorious And yet at what a cost for among the others found with his face to the foe and a tiny bow In his hand lay the pride of the chlefWauneeC- arelully the body was lifted and brought back to camp where for three days and three nights he and the others were mourned Even the old chief shed tears perhaps the first In his life and In his Indian tongue vowed that up from the heart of the little boy should spring a flower which would spread all over the west and prove to the Arapahoes that the race of tneI Ogallalas was immortal Then they burled the little India boy digging a deep grave by my side and over the mound they heaped rochIbrought from the banks ot the hide leagues a1ayISummer passed fall waned and the plains were covered with a mantle of snow Under the snow slept the lIWeI red boy Then spring came and south wind melted the snow I watched and one day saw a green leaf coming out of the little red boys grave Day by day It grew and then I saw a bud forming and I was so pleased that I dampened the grave with dew AnothIer day passed and the bud the first wild oxeyed daisy had IU birth Still another season passed and spring came and the little oxeyed dai sies scattered farther and farther from the little red boys sraveThey crept up hill and down dales far out on the plain and now you can find them growing everywhere but as the old chief said they would they all sprang from the heart of the little red boyEugene O Mayfield In Chicago RecordHerald Funniest Kind of a Party Hero is an amusing idea for a chil drens party an Idea too which may bo carried out with a very trifling out lay Invite the young people to a sheet and pillow case ball To convert these Into wearing apparel suited to tho occasion presents some difficulty for they are not to be cut In any way Two girls pretty children of about 16 attending such a party showed a good deal ot Ingenuity In arranging their costumes one going as a Japanese with chrysanthemums at either side atIher head tho other appearing as apIArab The ball was a great success and a wonderful amount ot variety was shown in the costumes Englands Gold Supply England receives every month about 5000000 worth of new gold from Africa and about 7000000 worth from Aus tralia Bost Cough Modlclno for Chll dron When you buy a coughmedicine for children you want one in which you can place implicit confidence You want ono that not only relieves but cures You want one that is unquestionably 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 preIcough when it is given It has been used in many epidemics of that dia ease with perfect success For sale by S E Welch Jr Drug- gistFarmers National Bank r Richmond Ky Cftpltalaad lurplWl 180000 We solicit your patronage JAMES BENNETT Pro j S S PARKES Cashiir Robbod the Gravo A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as fol lowsIII was in an awful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continu ally in back and sides no appetite growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Then I was advised to use Electric Bittorsi to my great joy the first bottle made a decided improvement I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only 60 cents guaranteed at East End Drug Cos drug store BO YEARS1 uEXPERIENCE TRADE DESIGNS MARK 11 OPVRICHTS Ac Anyone sending a sketch sod description matsickly ucerlaln our opinion uInfection Kprobablr ptentable Communion atenUn4tPatents taken thronth Mann A Co reclY8 tftetat notlct without cbanra In the Scientific JUtierican A handaomelr Illuitrated weeklr mttea auon of any eclentiao journaL Term M a l rear i tour month IL Sold br all newtdealei iUNiCoJIraI1 Olllle t Newt Are You a Dyspeptic If you are a dyspeptic you owe it U yourself and your friends to get wells Dyspepsia annoys the dyspeptics friends because his disease sours his disposition as well as his stomach Kodol Dyspeptic Cure will not only cure dyspepsia indigestion and SOUl 5 stomach but this palatable recon structive tonic digestant strengthen the whole digestive apparatus and sweetens the life as well as the stom ach When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure tho food you eat is enjoyed II is digested assimilated and its nu trient properties appropiated by the blood and tissues Health is the result Sold by East End Drug Co J EARLY RISERS TIE MHew LITTLE nut trot quick rUf role MlteuMtWM Sole HtadMh TwpU Uv r Jaw dlot Dizziness sad all IroublM sits lag from an laaMiv orlagaleh Sw owHtl UllU larly Risen an ua 4 iAJI TK y set promptly aa4 a w fit Tasy art to dainty that U U a pluan- N taka thom OM to two MI u a mlU laaatlv i two er four ut u a tauMut and Muriv MtharMo TMr are partly v fUM and abMlut 4r ktfmlM They tech tM liver TtWKAUtCiltBmTTM rsau ee ls flw s III Ce Cks t A Cure for Headache Any man woman or childsuffering from headache billiousness or n dull drowsy feeling should take oneor two of DeWitts Litte Early Risers nightIand morning These famous little pills are famous because they are a tonic as well as a pill While they claenso the system they strengthen and rebuild it by their tonio effect upon the liver and bowels Sold by East End Drug Co rwH I tl srTHECITIZEN tl1111111101111111111111111111 Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence published nnleu aged to tan by the Writer The urns Is not for pllblicatlon but a all evidence of good faith Write plainly IHIW JllIIllll I 111 +Jo1 r II N 11111 I 1111 HIIIJlIIH ROCKCASTLE COUNTY LIVINGSTON April 23Mrs J W Fowlor has heel sick for several daysIkoS- tewart who got his foot crushed by the train had to have it amputated but he is still improving The Liv ingston Lumber Co is putting in new machinery and willsoon have employment for the people Miss Birtecn Mullins gave a social at her homo Tuesday night to a number of invited guests was enjoyed by all present Refreshments were served and all bade adieu at 1030J F Cooper was at Mt Vernon last Sa- ttlny1I J Mullins is visiting rela lives heroMiss Corn Adams has re turned homo from Mt Vernon whore she lias been attending school W B Sigmon anti wife visited relatives at Mullins Station SundayMiss Mary Dyehouse returned homo Wed nesday Livingston is on a boom Every one seems to be improving their homes Rome Adams has added a new veranda to his residence Will Carpenter and Miss Mullins wore married last week Sudgo Lear of Mt Vernon visited his daughter Mrs George Cook last week- CONWAY April 23Two or three teachers have applied for the public school hero but the Trustees have selected no onoThe election for Republi kcanDistrict Committee is warming up among Republicans Mrs Elizabeth Sigmon was in Con way FridayMeasles seem to 1x3 making a clean sweep here Little Flay May Sigmon daughter of Mr and Mrs J H Sigmon who has been very low with measles is now im proving rapidly W T Short U S Marshal of Richmond raided Crooked Creek Thursday night de strayed a Moonshine still and cap turgid the proprietor taking him to Richmond Friday Miss Mamie Jones closed her school here Friday with very interesting exercises by herself and pupils Miss Mamie is an excellent teacherJ R French has sold his entire stock of merchan diso on Copper Creek to Win Wren Mrs Pearlina Shockley of Berea who was thrown from a passenger I train hero last week and badly hurt is slowly April 2There was preaching at the Baptist church at East Scaf fold Cane Sunday conducted by the- Re Dan PhelpsMisses May and fleecy Todd visited their cousin Miss Vergie Martin Saturday and Sunday Isaac L Martin and wife visited friends in Madison Co Sunday Isaac McCracken of Crooked Creek was on Scaffold Cane last week on business Mrs Jennie Harris and baby Ethel visited JEHammond and wife recently William Rich and family who have been sick for some time are betterBOONE April 2Dorn to Mr and Mrs John Vaughn April 12a fine girl J B Coylo and family visited J H Lambert and wife SundayMr and Mrs Alex Wren of Lincoln Co visited relatives hero Saturday and SundayMrs Susan Wren Ida Wren Rosa Grant and Dovie Poyn ter wore the guests of Mrs McClure last Tuesday Mrs Pattie Mont gallery visited Mrs J W Lambert list Wednesday Henry Hamblen Jr went to Paint Lick on business MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS April 26Joe Adams is visiting his brother Ed near Richmond Pattie Maupin has returned from a weeks visit with relatives at Whites Station Jeff Wilson has returned from an extended trip in Bell county Miss Flora Green has returned home after a weeks visit with her sister Mrs Tom McKeehaw The smallest child of Mrs Minnie Mitch oil fell into a kettle of hot soap and is very badly burnedOwen Durvall of Preachersville visited John John son mid family Saturday and Sunday Bcttio Moseby Herndon assisted by her sister Sallie Garner and her brother John B and Jake Jr enter tamed Minerva McKeehaw Mary Louis and brother and Luther Mau pin with games in the yard and an elegant supper in honor of her sev enth birthday i DREYFUS Apr 23 Willie Rogers of Wallace ton was the guest of L C Powell Wednesday nightHudson Powell has been very sick with malaria fever but is thought to be improving Miss Sallie Lain was the guest of Miss Bertie Holland SundayJ C and Lawrence Powell have just returned from Jackson county with a nice drove of hogsTim Lakes is in Mt Sterling this weokMrs Fan i ny Sparks Mrs Martha Ogg and- 1- jj N 1 Mrs Annie Golden were the guests of Mrs Ellen Powell Sunday Hur rah for Powell and Todds wire fences thingMrsDob PEVTONTOWN withIMaryVfew days at Sterns Pulaski Co last weekOur pastor R H Munday will preach at Maupin town school house Sunday May lstLittle Es tilla Miller is visiting her aunt Mrs Paitio Daughty in Richmond this weekMr and Mrs John Gentry birthdaydinnerlost a gold watch on the train last Thursday It was found by the LOn ductor and returned to her Saturday WALLACETON Apr 26Mrs Mattie Wiley has returned home from a few days stay with her sick mother at Gum SulphurMrs Fannie Baker is yet improving Solomon Taylor and Radio Wiley were the guests of Tom Ballard Wednesday nightMrs Fannie Brockman has been sick for the past weekA S Smith went to Berea Saturday on businessFar morn are catching up with their work JACKSON COUNTY KIRBY KNOB April 20 Circuit court at McKee next Monday Lawyer Alison Baker of McKee passed through hero ye- sterdayEli Sparks has returned from Hamilton OhioIsaac Sparks has gone to Wildie to work Sallio Kimberlin Lake was here last week Allan Keetron and son Will of Rockcastle came to see Elisha Hat fieldwho is now recovering very ra- pidlyP S Dearbon of Berea was hero last week on business Miss Rose Parks of Berea and friends here visited some caves hero last week People are making every effort to get through peeling bark and getting it cared for while it is dry weather John Parks bought a boundry of bark from Lafo Will iams and has placed his son and a number of other hands here to work it Albert Powell bought a largo boundary near Chestnut Flat and is now at work at it Most all of the bark goes to Berea for shipment Clark Powells house caught fire while the family was away and burned down before scarcely any of the contents could bo saved There were services at the church hero Saturday and Sunday Nannie Hatfield was baptized MCKEE April 22The Rey C A Van of Berea Tilled the pulpit at the Christian church here Saturday night and SundayAfter a two weeks vacation Miss Kerkhoff is again teaching in the public school John Former Jr and family old citizens of McKeo but who have been away for the past five years have re turnedwith the intention of making their future homo here Mr Fa rmer has formed a partnership with his brother in the mercantile business A baby girl came to bless the union of Mr and Mrs John Fowler Sunday night Fiscal Court is in session this week Judge Coyle had an order made to have the Courthouse and Jail repainted which will add beauty to the townGeo C Moore of Lon don was in town this week on legal business SAND GAP April 25 Corn planting has begun hereJames Marcum and family paid L T Morris a visit Sun day Frank Hellard and family spent Saturday and Sunday with his father Jacob Hellard Airs Mary Morris of Birch Lick visited his sister Margaret Day Saturday and Sunday Morris has returned from Indian Creek He reports a good time Jennie Brockmann has gone to Madison county to stay with her Uncle Edgar Brockman The church at Sand Gap has called Nim rod Smith of Rockcastle County as pastorL T Morris and G W Hellard are pooling tanbarkMrs Larroy Reece of Big Hill visitedat Shalt Harrisons Saturday and Sun dayIt is twins at Will Isaacs Ho- is stepping about his store very proudly MASON COUNTY ManVILLE April 24James Woodof Charleston W Va spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs George Wood his parqnls Rev CC Goines of NicLolasvillo preached for Rev W M Price Sunday The funeral of Mrs Mary Jordan was largely attemled Sunday afternoon form the M E Church Aunt Mary will be greatly 0a rtAptctcdT Gorham officiated at the funeral Rev 0 A Nelson brought his congregation and preached a soul stiring sermon at the Bethel Church Sunday afternoon Andor Davis and Miss Mary Briton of North Fork spent Sunday with friends Wo are glad to note that Mr Basil Davis who hiss loon ill for several days is up and aroundagltinTllo remains of Mrs Harriet Dascour formerly of this city were brought from Dayton during the past week and laid to rest in the Maysville cemetery Rev O A Nelson preached her funeral from the Plymouth church Rev E A White Presiding Elder of this dis trict left this week for Los Angeles Cut to attend the general conference L D Henderson who has IKHJII in disposed with rheumatism is about to bo out again GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE April 25 The farmers are taking advantage of the fine weather Hen derson Green is the first to plant corn here this spring Mrs Tom Green has leen visiting her sister Mrs B F Lear at Paint Lick for sever- aldaysDr Redwino will move hack to the Mountains this week We regret giving him llp1Irs W H Hammack will join her husband in Terro Haute Ind in a few days Joe Boian is drilling a stock well in his barnlot Jnck Hammack bought a load of corn from H Green at 300 per barrel Tom is or low llgainOltl man Jack IfnnImack- has been very poorly for 2 or 8 weeks but is improving The Republicans of our County held their convention Saturday Gov W 0 Bradley sweeping everything The conven tion indorsed Roosevelt and his ad ministrationC S UOllp has moved to county Joo Rog ers Jr lnOvelto Hamilton 0 but he and fatallywere back in two weeks Editor J M Racer of the Citizen was calliugon his correspondents last week with his estimable and accomplished wife Come again OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON April 220 are glad to see Mr Leo Congleton out again after an illness of a few weeks with the al- lesBorn to Mr and Mrs Wm Wilson a fine girl Bill is all smiles Miss Martha Brewer visited time home of Miss Lena and Ethel Wil son Sunday James Smith has purchased n tine team of mules and a wagon Mrs Lillie Brewer is very low with consumption There are numerous oases of measles and much other sickness in this vicinity The doctors are kept busy day and night Mr Livingood of Travis enter tamed quito a number of jxjoplo at Win Hartsocks with his Grapha photo Wednesday nightTho Botner and Minter Mill at Royal Oak Is progressing slowly with jho lutnlxsr sawiugA now school house will ho erected as soon as possible In Loving Remembrance Mrs Lizzie Foley Adams wife of Joe Adams whom God in his wisdom saw best to take was a noble Chris tian woman having been taught to servo God from childhood She was a member of the Baptist church and strict in her religious views Al though it is hard to part with her wo know that today silo rejoices with the angels and is praising Him who called her and said Como thy work on earth is ended We can only prepare to follow her Another life lays down burdens Another sleeps the silent sleep While Owl m hit Infinite mercy A tender wstchf ulneiw oer hn keeps eplrltWhoAnd though our tcliliu heart are throbbing We say O Lord Thy will be done MeoolOah 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