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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 MIMliMtH +J 1111 II II3ttItf I Snlertd JAMES at tkt Editor Pottott MILTON clou end nallma- tttrHtHHMHH at Berta RACER1H unu E CITIZENSixteen lilt Departments Pagess VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 5 1901 One dollar a year NO 46y IIDEAS Sloop IB no contrary that It wont conic when you want It nml refuses to go when you dont want It When n man is hnnl up ho In opt to bo cut down When n man linn money what ho BnjH KOCH for wlmlom FROM THE WIDE WORLD Russia is snip to havo succoodid iitKotiiitiiif n loan of 100000000 in 1aris King Udwiird nml Queen AIm nndni of England tveru given nn ovation in tliu streets of Dublin Ire land Tho United Status lnittlRliip Kun lucky took part in tho naval ruvfmv nt Naples Italy in honor of Presi slept IAIIIINtnf Inns Russia has Kvvn ollicial untie to foruiWIPtWntmediation in tho oiiding troubln with Japan Tho Jajmneso after flvo dayH of fllHllalictorrliant infantry clmrgn covering a front ngo of four mills turning till RuM Hinn loft husk and con elling a ro JnpaunokilleiHliuiH killed and woundvd IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Ibo rmort4lcruill4Jr California wan launched at San Francisco A II Floating Clmutaufiiii is to hu established on tin Chicago river for thu iiiHtrnction of schoolchildren President Itoosovilt has npioined Thomas C Dawson of Iowa to IH United States Minister to San Do iningo At tho Grant birthday cvlebration at Galena III Gon Fred rant presented to thu city of Galena tin residence formerly owned by his father fly order of tho President a new xinniiHsioii for Dr Cnun colored as Collector of the part of Charles ton S C has ties nlllllout mill signed as Congress adjourned again np1ointnsenltINow York met in that city lust night and organized n society to lx called Tim Kentuckiaim Tho Hon John G Carlisle who presided an l tillI RlIIOligtllIJt1 Tho St Ixwis Worlds Fair was Opt ncd at stools Satimlay President Roosevelt touched an electric button at Washington nod the machinery won started Tho attendance was nearly 200000 The great Fair will bo closed to list public on S1II1I11IIII Both hounds of Congress adjourned sino the at 2 oclock Thursday sifter noon There wax a notablo ovation in tho HOIIPO for Speaker Cannon Mr Cannon delivered a feeling ad dress of thanks and tho House ad jouniLHl unlit handshakes for tho Spanker and tho Ringing of patriotic sough During tho session 15570 bills went introduced in tho House and 5087 in the Senate Tho ap propriations amounting to over 300000000 shows nn increaw of 23000000 over those of lest session COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY 1rof T Lindsay Blaynoy inn been elected to the chair of modern lass gouge of Central University Superftitendoin Ilerca last week See School ColumnTwo men were surprised while in tho net of breaking into tho wife of OreenupTheyThe safe in tho store of Anderson A Clayat Indian Fiolds Ky was blows open and a largo amount of money was taken The Lexington Chamber of Com source hits raised 7000of tho 10 000 which it proposes to offer as n guarantee fund for the State Fair In tho organization of the eleventh district Republican convention at i London Friday a decisive victory WIIH won by tho Hunter fortes W W Byorly a strong Hunter roan of Knox county was elected State Ceii tral Committcoman S Tho court of Appeals declares tjuit tliu act creating Beekham county from Lowis Carter surd Elliott coun ties is unconstitutional mud void in that it violates Sections 03 and Ot of tho Constitution which prohibit the t reducing of tho area of the cdunticH from which a now county is nmdu to lees that 400 square miles their pop ulation to less than 12000 and milking tho lino within ten miles of nu old county sent All tho provisions have been violated in tho formation of Beckham county tho higher court declares thus reversing thu judgment of thu Curter circuit court tAAhbA rr t tiAAh 4 fitQ V v r afir t s vyvJNOT APPRECIATED f t THE BO IS THEN sT EMTHt ISSTfPITAND t 00 A DONE fOHE INHERE J FEET THERE IS NO PIAEE fOR TilE BOY= SipuTAM SHAW to Mother do tnt slam to know what a trur Iam Chicago RcordHaraldto tH +tNt HtW1H t ioirtNiii iNivNN WHAT IT TAKES TO START AI COLLEGE Letter from President Frost to In In quiring friend ClIl1rrllI1IreralingtheMy Dear hrieadri am glad to hear from you and to express my great interest in tho ooploof polntiytlslsginusual and yet I shall have to tell you MOIIIP discouraging things As you know I havo nude a Htlldof Iho question of lncation for a great ninny years You know also that only n very few of all the educational institutions which art ever started succeed Where an institution starts old runs for n little time and then djes it is a set back to tho whole cuiiso of education in list country Tho eople who hUll worked for it liavo lost their money cud their effort nUll the students who attended it halo received less lencfit titan if they hind ntlcnded n successful school No Tae who has not studied tho great schools of tho world till realize how great n difference there is ho tween a good school and a poor one old how much it takes to niake a really goodore There should IKJ n school in each locality which will provide for tho younger children who can walk from their own homes I boliuvo in mak ing school districts us largo as possS lilt and doing everything wo can to keep up the roads and improving them etc so that the children can walk and it is desirable to have a largo district with two teachers if possible auytlsinglargersomething that is very largo If a student is to mako n journey from Ids hosts and pay loan ho ought to go far enough to reach n really good and well equipped school school can ho good or wejl equippedwith less than a dozen teachers a largo school building and separate dormitories for young men and young women like our Ladies Hall and Howard Hall It is tho general hUe lief of educators that no school has right to invite Imarding students from a distance until it lias properties worth as much as 50000 and an yearAndwould have no right to cull itself a college IIgnOiUlmyiuHlimo bright young pe plo of County IIIIt other counties in thin United States should bo this First mako as good schools as is unitingdistrictshavo enough children for two grades quid two teachers This provides education through tho common branches and tho children and young moplo continue to live at thoir own houses Second Tho brightest timid most energetic of tho young pcoplo must gp away from homo to school It will not do to send thom to n small school whoro tho boarding accom modations are poor and whore bad inUuonccs easily creep in It will cost thom no more to go n little further and timid a really well equip xxl school whero tliero are libraries naps lectures and alcove nil where they CUll meet thin young icoplo from other counties and have nIIII eminent wollelllllplltlltmelllnt a separate teaciier for every subject or every grade If tho nosey which has been vast ed in starting little schools nil through the country which called themselves colleges for a little timo spoutinhome15udinawny to really good institutions the cause of education would havo boon greatly advanced I have tried to Hit you tho reasons for my opinions I should not Iw hove as I do if I had not IKXII ac quainted with dozens of schools and institutions of learning ill Kentucky surd otlwr states and talked with the countryEveryin Boron to offer land and buildings if wo will establish a branch school in some other county Wo havo con sidered tho matter many times but it always seems to us that wo ran do so much moro for a student who conns to heron than wo could los sibly do for II student who wits in a branch school tint it would not ho the lost uso of money or effort to try to establish such schools Let us concentrate our efforts then on two things First to make the most jKissiblo out of our district schools for tho children who Iilithomo And secondly to send the brightest of our young coplc who havo finished tho work in tho district schools to yell tqllipllltlmIl col leges whoro they will snake the most rapid progress and have the largest outlook Wisdom For The Colored People Wo are glad to repeat hero tho bOOtlmhicofromrecently appeared in thoIllpor ho is so ably editing at N IIWO again ergo our people to save their money mud buy homes If they aro in tho country wu urge them possussthoa 0110 room log cabin Is better than a thrcoroom house in a dirty crowded alloy In order to save their money wo urgo them to keep gllmh1iIlHdUll they are not wanted If they are in tho city wo urgo thou as far as JKM Bible to keep out of tho alloys and crowded sections of tho city Ten dollars a mouth will in a few years paIndollars go toward a homo Wo know of people who have paid enough rent to have bought the place many limes buyhonesState Athletic Contests The Lancaster Athletic Association has just completed tho program of contests nml prizes and Mr R W McRolwrts of thnt city will gladly mail n copy to anyone desiring it Tho Association is offering liberal and valuable prizes which assure time largest meet ever hold in this section Time dates sire Jute 22 23 24 IN andcomfort is one of our is for durability for any carriage as low as r Ican lei consistent workmanshiplandwe and without a dissatisfied ono is proof that wo can please you Information gladly furnished Painting Repairing and Rubber e j pricesfor KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS Ie F HIGGINS Richmond Ky fS25 +11 11 r 11 Will buy CORNPLANTER market will buy best Disc Harrow ARBUCKLE SIMMONS Richmond Ky We in can save you if vou will and see us i1O +O +0+o+o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o + o +o +o +o + +o +o +o +o +o + l THE SEASON 0 and housewife wants one or more o 0piecos of new o CARPET or MATTING h oJ 0 Take a Through Our Stock o It will wo cano oJ CRUTCHER EVANS JopllniOMSUnd Richmond Kr Dajr 73 Phone 47C6 0- odo fo +o +0 +o +o +a+o +o +o +o +0 +0 +0 +o +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0+0 +O +0 Dry Goods Ladies Furnishings 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Berea ItI Now is the TimeITo buy your SPRING SHOES OXFORDS and GENTS FURNISHING GOODSt We havo tho most complete and up to date line ever shown in the city Call in and examine our stock and you will be convinced 4 Crutcher Tribble Main Street RICHMOND KENTUCKY BEREA MONUMENTAL WORKS 8 S MCODIRE rnornlaronJ tr- I r have 55 sets of tombstones andI i monuments Prices range from 10 to O in marble in granite 110 to 160 I sell- White Vermont Marble Only AH cloudy marble is cheap and will soon fade as it is polished with putty and acid besides it is hard toIread the inscriptions on cloudy daysWrite S McGUIRE iIBerea Kentucky ISTEVEHSIlFlrcamahn rynkuIupurposesu an l daelr ua saL Tien- ubotdeao iIULfSrnm011 NSiitaoSooT NIII Uthe wen Dent hit to sled Illusteetet lIlow bout aernd- rcrenuemalledfrH upa roqueet Anrouroainruzdnf wtlll slut It1lac sd will tktuk pant atdto sump eat wIII wnenI It 1y tnon roll AideHad IMrnmen- STBVENS ARMS I TOOL CO 1 FOnoes- Chicopee Fall tfar s V y WISH COULD I itund and look In the glass tonight At a girlish form and a face thats fair With not u true or warning of blight Nor hint or shadow of coming cure I feel to Joyous alive and free Growing old la a something thats faraway I seenuaa If I must always be Young and happy carefree and say LVvp down In my heart does a thought unfurl t wish I could always stay a girl I then surrounded with fondest rare Could love my lover and yet not wed Cod keep all my glrlleh dreams so fair Nor ever weep oer Illusions fled should then not grieve as a woman will Over fading beauty with yearnings vain To feel once more all the happy thrill Of love and loves springtime over again Youth Is so fleeting Old Time such a churl I wish could always stay a girl My mother Is near me so tender true I turn to leave her yet long to stay t vaguely wonder If I shall too Look sweet and patient when I am gray But he Is waiting for me below The one I have promised to love and wed Oh what does life hold for mebllu or woe I am filled with happiness mixed with dread Aht cheek of roses Ah shining curl I wish I could nlwny stay a girl lelli A Hitchcock In Chicago Inter Ocean THE MISSISSIPPIBUBBLE By EMERSON HOUGH Author of The Story of the Cowboy The Girl at the EalfwaynoaieEtc- Coprrlgbtlr bj Emerson lloujh CHAPTER XXVIIICSr1Yrr1 Indeed those of the Iroquois who hat remained at home clamored continually that some of the prisoners should be given over to them Thus In dtnibt 1iircrtalnty and terror the party passed through the villages moving always eastward until at length they arrived at the fortified town where Tpganisori made his hone a spot toward the fOil ol Lake Ontario and not widely reamed from that stupendous cataract which from the beginning of earth Iad uplifted Its thunderous diapason here In the savage wilderness Outon cagrea object of superstition awe among all the tribes Time hung heavy on the hands of the savages It was winter and the parties had all returned from the war trails The mutterlngs arose yet more loudly among families who had lost most heavily In the western expe ditions The shrewd mind of Teganl sorls knew that some new thing must be planned He announced his decision at his own village after the triumphal progress among the tribes had at length been concluded Since they have sent us no presents said he with that daring dl plomacy which made him a leader In led statesmanship let those who stayed at home be given some prisoner In pay for those of their people who have been killed Moreover let us of fer to thf Great Spirit some sacrifice In propitiation since surely the Gloat SpIt is offended Such was the con cluson of this head man of the Onon dngus and fateful enough it was to the prisoners The great gorge through which poured the vast waters of the northern bens was a spot not always visited by those passing up the great lakes for the western stations nor down th lakes to the settlements of the St Lawrence Yet there was a trail which led around the great cataract and the occasional coureurs de bola or the passing friars or the adventurous mer chants of the lower settlements now and again left that trail and came to look upon the tremendous scene of the great falling of the waters Her where the tumult ascended up to heaven and where the whiteblown wreaths of mist might Indeed even in an imagination better than that of n savage have been construed Into actual forms r f spirits the Indians had from time immemorial made their offerings to the genius of the cataractstrips of rude cloth the skin of the beaver and the otter baskets woven of sweet grasses and after the advent of thu white man pieces of metal or strings of precious heads Such valued things as these were In rude adoration placed upon rocks or uplifted scaffolds near to the brink of the abyss This was the spot most commonly chosen by the medicine man in the pursuit of his in cantatlons It was the church the wild and savage cathedral of the red menFollowing now the command of their chieftain the Iroquois left their sin tionary lodges and moved in a hotly pitching a temporary camp at a spot not far from the falls Here In a great council lodge the older men sat In deliberation fur a full day and night The dull drum sounded tho council pipe went round and warriors besought the spirits to theI them knowledge The savage little by little yet steadily aroae higher and higher until at length It reached that point of frenzy where naught could suffice save some terrible some tremendous thing Enforced spectators of these curious and ominous ceremonies the prisoners looked on wondering Imagining hesi tating and fearing Monsieur said Pierre Noir turning at last t Law It grieves me to speak yet Ms best tor you to know the truth It in to be you or Monsieur Pembroke hey will not have mo They say tha It joust be one of you two great chiefs for that you were brave your hearts were I strong and that hence you would find favor as tho adopted child of the Great therlbothbabe At least said Law they spare the woman and the child So far very well Sir Arthur we are at the last hazard I have asked then to take mo said Pierre Nolr for I am an old man and have no family But they will trot listen to me Pembroke passed his hand wearily across his face I have behind me so long a memory of suffering said he and before me so small an amount of promise that for myself I am content to let It end It comes to all sooner or later according to our fate You speak said Law as though It were determined Yet Pierre says It will not be both of us but one Pembroke smiled sadly Why sir said he do you think me so sorry a fellow as that Look and he pointed to Mary Uonnyngo and tho child There Is your duty Law followed his gaze and his look was returned dumbly by the woman who had played strange a part in roverlato this Mary Connynge had been afraid to ask nor dare ask even now Besides went on Pembroke later as he called Law aside there Is something to be donenot here but over there In England or In France Your duty Is Involved not only with this woman You trust find sometime the other woman You must see the Lady Catharine Knollys Law sunk his head between his hands and groaned bitterly Go you rather said he and spend your life for her I choose that It should end at once and here I have not been went to call Mr Law a coward said Pembroke aim ply I should be a coward If I should stand aside and allow you to sacrifice yourself nor shall I do so replied the other They say broke In Pierre Noir who had been listening to the excited harangues of first one warrior and then another that both warriors are great chiefs and that both should no to gether Teganisoris insists that only one shall be mierei This last has i LAW SUNK illS HEAD been almost agreed but which one or you tis to be has not yet been deter mined Iaun came through the narrow door and open roof holes of the lodge The rising of the sun seemed to bring conviction to the Iroquois All at once the savage council broke up and scattered into groups which hurried to different parts of the village Presently these reappeared at the central lodge There sounded a concerted say age cLant A ragged column appeared whose head was faced toward the cat aract There were tho e who bore fetrlngs of beads and strips of fur even the prized treasures of the tufted scalp locks whose tresses combed smooth were adorned with colored cloth and Nolr was silent yet as the captives look J they needed no advice that the sacrificial procession was now formingThey said began Pierre Noir at length filth trembling voice turning his eyes as he spoke that it could not be myself that It must be one of you and but one They are going to cast lots for It It is Teganisoris who has proposed that the lots shall be thrown by Pierre Nolr falter d unwilling to go on And by whom asked Law quietly Dyby the woman by madame CHAPTER XXIX TUB SAcimicn There was sometimes practiced among the Iroquois a game which bore a certain resemblance to the casting of dice as the latter Is known among civilized peoples The method of the play was simple Two oblong polished bones of the bigness of a mans finger were used as the dice The ends of these wore ground thin and were rude ly polished One of the dice was stained red the other left white The players in the game marked out a line on the hard ground and then each In allIThe game was determined by the Cal- lIng of the red bone he who cast this colored bone closer to the line upon the ground being declared the winner The game was simple and depended much upon chance If the red die foil fiat upon Jts face at a point near to the line It was apt to lie close to the spot where It dropped On the hand did It alight upon either otherI litItIenow rplay He offered to the clamorinR discIi vengeance of the tribe He offered the same time the spectacle of a ati In which a human ifs should be the stake He used as practical executioner the woman who was possessed by of them and who In the crude no of the savages was no doubt lone by both It must bo tho hand this woman that should cast tho dice a white one and a red one each man and he whose red die fe closer to the line was winner In Ue grim game of life and death Jean Breboeuf and Pierre Nolr stood apart and tears poured from thq eye I of both They were hardened men well acquainted with Indian warfare they had seen the wrlthlngs of tortured victims and more than once hall faced such possibilities themselves yet never had they seen sight like ths Near the two men stood Mary Con nyige the bright blood burning In her cheeks her eyes dry and wide open looking from ono to the other God who gives to this earth the few Mar Connynges alone knows the nature of those elements which made her an tho character of the conflict while now went on within her soul Tell such a woman as Mary Counyngo that she has a rival and she will either love the more madly the man whom she de mands ns her own or with equal madness aud with greater intensity will hato her lover with a hatred undying and unappeasable Mary Connynge stood her eye glancing from one to the other of th men before her She hind seen them both proved brave men strong of arm undaunted of heart both gallant gen tlemen God who makes the Mur Connynges or this earth only can tIll whether or not hero arose In tit heart of this savage woman this wo than Bt bay scorned rebuked mas tered this one question Which If Mary Connynge hated John law or If she loved hlmah how must have pulied her heart in agony or In bit terness us she took into her hand those tote which were the arbiters of lit and death Teganisoris looked about urn an1 spoke n few vapid words lie caught Mary Connynge roughly by mho shoal der and pulled her forward Tit twc men stood with faces set and gray the pitiless light of morn Their arms wore fast hound behind their bark Kagrrly the crowding savages pressed i7i to them gesticulating wildly am peering again arid sgnhi Into their fates to discover any sign of weak nss They failed The pride of birth the strength of character the sheer animal vigor of each man stood him in stood at thin ultlmtte trial Ear h had made up his mind lo die Each Imposed not doubting that he would bf the one to draw tho fatal lot to die as a man and a gentleman Teganisoris would play this game with all possible mystery and Impor tance It should be told generations hence about the council fires how he reganlroris devised this game how he played It how he drew It out link by link to the last atom of Its agony There was no receptacle at hand In which the dice could be placed To canlforis stooped and without cere moray wrenched from Mary Connyngos Loot the moccasin which covered It the little shoe beaded beautiful ami now again fateful Sir Arthur smiled as though In actual joy My friend said he I have won This might be the very slipper for which we played at the Green Lio long ago Law turned upon him a face pale solemn Sir said he I pray that this Issue may not be as when w last played I pray God that the dice may elect me and not yourself You were evet lucky In the game- of chance replied Pembroke Too lucky said LawHDul th a winner hero is the loser If It be myself Tcganiaorls roughly took from Mar Connyngos hand the little bits of bone He east them Into the hollow of the moccasin and shook them dra mati call together holding them high above hU head Then he lowered them and took out from the receptacle two of the dice lie placed his hand on Laws shoulder signifying that his wa to be the first cast Then he handed back the moccasin to the woman Mary Conuynge took the shoe in her hand and stopped forward to the line which had been drawn upon till ground The red spots still burned up on her cheeks her eyes amber feline still flamed hard and dry She still glanced rapidly from one to the other her eye as lightly quick and as brit liant that of the crouched cat about to Spring Which Which would It be Could she control this game Could lhe elect which man should live and which should diethis woman scorned abased mastered Neither of these sought to read tho riddle of her set face and blazing eyes Each at he might offered his soul to his Creator The hand of Mary Connyhce was raised above her head Her face was turned once more to John Law her master her commander her repudiator Slowly she turned the moccasin over In her hand The white bone fell first the red for a moment hanging In the soft folds of the buckskin She shook It out It fell with Its face near ly parallel to the ground and alighted not more than a foot f am the line re bounding scarce more han an inch or so Low cxclamaUriit arose from all around the thlcVeicd circle As I Mid my friend cried Sir Arthur I have won The throw Is passing close for you Tegunlsorls again caught Mary Con nyngo by tho shoulder and dragged her a step or so farther along the line the two dice being left on the ground as they had fallen Once more tie hand arose once more It turned ono more the dice were cut The goddess of nrtunt iiil Mood faithful to this old young mesh who had so often confidently isstmcd lul friendship Ills life later to be co In tlmaltly concerned with tits agar now savage country was to ie 119 prvci for an ultimate opportunity The white and the redbono fell to gather from the moccasin been the while thnt counted Sir had been saved for the white ArtbmI actually upon the line Tits almost as close but alighted on Us end As though Impelled by some sauteIIhounded Into the air tell and rolled quite away from the mark Even on that crowd of cruel savages there came a silence Of the whites ono ecnrce treat look at the other Slow the farce of Pembroke and Law turned one towaut the other Would God I coiJd shake you by the hand anal PembroKo Goodby As for you dos and worse than dogs ho cried turning toward the red laces about him murk you where I stand the feet of the white man shall stand forever anti crush your faces into the dlrtl- Whether or not the Iroquois under dnlerhupon him Borne struggling and stumbling by the Impulse of a dozen hands Pembroke half walked and halt was carried over the distance between the village and the brink of tho chasm of Niagara Lntll then It had not been apparent what was to bo the nature of his taco slidingebeyond the thunderous volres of the cataract Pembroke knew what was to VortlonY distance above the great falls a spot where descent ewas possible to the edge of the water Pembrokes toot were loosened and he was compelled to descend the narrow path A canoe was tethered at the shore and the face of the young En llshman went vale as ho realized what was Jo bo the use assigned It levant again hand and foot helpless he was rust Into the canoe A strong arm sent the tiny craft out toward midstream The hands of the great water erasped the frail cockleshell twisted It about tossed It played with It and oxnFor a few moments It was rt It pasted on down with the resitles current of the mighty stream Altnoit 1at the verge of the plunge the oyot watching from the shorn saw at n die tanee the struggle made by the victim He half rallied hliutolf In the boat and threw himself against Its side It was overset For one Instant the cold sub shone glistening on the wet hark otI the upturned craft It was but a mtI meat and then there wst no dot then mho solemn flood ITo Ue Continued A SPANISH HERO Wittril Muniil In III Ciintrnd In Mtltr of nnrlrnii- Mud niiil Mirll Valiant and venturesome were tile American soldiers In the Spanish war and valiant too were tho Spaniard It rejoiced Col Orcene of the signor corps to tell tho story of a gallant Spanish flagman which Ion A W Greeloy repeats In Ills article In thus Century Magazine on the Untied States signal corps In war lime At HI the Spaniards occupied Itnwas the key to the situation on their lineuas a On July the American attack ba outsleft pushing to cut cue mys line of cnmiiiunlnattons occupied the highroad to Santiago almut eight Lc1ock Espying the telegraph wire Sanvtinge the American soldiers obedient to military IriKilncU promptly cut it Hut the bOefr1 fort was no more cut tiff iruui communication with Santiago than was Curse at Allaioona irum Kiienuan at Konosaw muuiu ain In a few minutes a Spanish MaKtiun summitsof El Visa and began signaling to Sm logo Ills figure showed sharp and cleat against the morning sky within rifle range of 2000 keeneyed A merle na who were pouring a fire Into El Vim At intervals the deep nolos of Caproia battery roared over tho shrill music of the bullets Indifferent to shot an1 shell the Spaniard rhythmically warn ids signal flag to and fro until ho hail sent his message In telling the Hory Col Green added How long the flag waved or what It said I do not know but as no signal flag was reported among the trophies at El Caney I hope that ho escaped Heros lo him it alive If not peace to his manes Tlillii1 the SlrniiKi Itinil It IH a wonderful country and a strange people Think of H tract ol land where hot springs abound round which are deposits of sue1 rainbow tints as blue purple grco red and yellow It Is easy to Imagine that the lndtcapo effects of such coloring are voTlroiis The social customs of the people are scarcely less astounding Polygamy Is common where tho men are rich enough for wives seem to br a question of wealth When poverty compels them several men will IuavL one wife In common Brothers jisunll enter Into those strange partnerships The people rarely wash finding II warmer to be dirty The men anoint their faces with butter while the women stain their countenances ma hogany color with wood chips and NrMack Cleanliness Is an unesteemM prattlceLondon Outlook DR V H HOBSON J Dentist J Iwy Tho Boat Family Salvo Do Witts Witch Hazol gives instant DrUi868ISOre8Rionaof the skin In buying Witch Unzol Salve it is only necessary to see that you gotthe 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 DoXVilts Witch Hazel Salvo is perfectly harm loss and cures Sold by East End Drug Co E pac 5 WA rom obtAta V MuiiorrMnmoiuniorn Utllrear SWIFT CO JSJUlk fJOpp US PdLn1011a1 0 A Croat Sonsatlon Thorn was a big sensation in Lees orthntIhis life saved by Dr Kings Now Die covery for Consumption lie writes endured insufferable agonies from Asthma but your New Discovery gave mo immediate relief and soon thereafter effected a complete cure Similar curs of Consumption Pneu mania Bronchitis amid Grip are num atolls Its the peerless remedy for all throat and lung troubles Price EIlLities free 8 Goon InvBstmBnt For 81n will i u not prrptld IirluryTiyrehatter Ontflt wild tructloDt lot Utrulof TKLKGHAPH OIM3IIATINI A tudntllnc flaT that will enbl you to aravco WHTM eaedfurm Ttpph CaUloc which bMqall Torlttrof Klreth for lb MM will Mod Ttpboulatatua HERMAN C TAFEL CVOTTIIIXa ILfCTXIOL I a W111 et LiI1sL Dont Tako Any Chancos On laving bloodpoisoning or ugly scars from a Burn Cut or Bruise but uso Iaracamph freely It relieves instantly Dud it heals quickly there by saving you time worry and money Paracumph hoals without drying and scabbing Every mother uuould keep a bottle in her homo every day in the year REPAIR THAT LOOMi Berts College has secured market for homespun and homewoven rood such as bed ooverlidi linen drew hussy jeans blankets sic at CollaI fag prtces- Covarlids S 4 to 18 j Linen 40 to 60 cents a yard Dress Linsey CO ante e yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dJIII 13 a pairIWhite Uns y and whit blanket- Ire not In demand oulon orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 21 yards 90 Inches long All dyes used must to old fashioned homemade dyes- Anywomanwbowants to soil cover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For Information apply in per SOS or by IttUr tc Mrs Hettie W Graham =eat Kf Rheumatism Is Duo To a good many causes It may have come n result of your work itmay have como from exposure on tho battle Hold but no matter what the cause it eau bo Instantly relieved by the era use of Paracamph This wonderful remedy opens the votes of the akin induces sweating stimulates the sit culation thereby removing tho con gestion and drawing out all rerl soreness and iuflauiation Try a bottle to day anti be convinced IJIs your harness In goodrepair Spring plowing will soon be list Get rosily for it beforehand by put ting your harness Iu good shape from our splendid line of r l Collar Tails Cotta Back Bated Bridles Hamo Chains Breeching Trace Chains Hsuies etc IIf you need a New Set of HarnM areaiquality T J MOBERLY U lnfilrrt Richmond Kf Good for Children Tho pleasant to take and harmless Ono Minute Cough Cure gives im mediate relief In all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippo because it dOts not pass immediately into tho stomach but takes effect right at tho seat of tho trouble It draws out tile inflam mation heals and soothos and cures pormauontlr by enabling tho lungs to contribute pure lifo giving and life sustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues One Miiiuto Cough Curo Is pleasant to take and it is good alike for young nail old Sold by East End Drug Co 0 MONUMENTS Urns H dtonii ttttutrf OrinlU sad MirtaU Work of all kinds don In a workmanlike manner at tea on a bis prices and with dispatch Allwork gust aott b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Anent Mill and Collin HIiMU J J AZBILLS Is the place to got your Hlacksmith ing dome We have the tools and the skill Horseshoeing 50c We are headquarters for good work 1Rnlilow prices come Sic HILL PUCE Vitas EAST lioneL Tis the Comfort Line- FREERECLINING CHAIR CARS On the popular HENDERSON ROUTE BetweenLOUISVILLE EVANSVILLEST The WEST And SOUTHWESTAs of Free Reclining Chair Car service between Louisville and St Louis dont you think it would pay you in traveling to Get the Hen derson Rout habitt It will us Ask us about It L J Irwin Bsnl Pass Art Is L Barrett Tray Pass litLOUISVILLE KY M c1 Rtar w ++ t erg k cz y 4 i4T fM J THE CITIZEN 3 1+H4HIHHHHHIHrW tiTheJBNH1B LESTER HILL BdltorI IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII +IIII IsCHILDJit Hrlnn M Will 11 W in VISION ionitftffrll Cotillnmil fnlllllWoI Wtrkl Each child should HJixlied and governed in the wily that seems boot fitted to his ttIIIH nunuutdilodtion- aril tvnlst1ttlUoII To whip some lrlwltyhlllaughter hardly gives way to tears and till puuishmeut is quickly for gotten Teach a child to consider till rights of others to consider Ills own nut and its effect on others iu the home mid that child will not need cor porn I punishment Nor need a parent fear that lit will ever disgniee may memlxT of Hie fatuity Tench the child to revereueo the laws of the community Nod there will IK no necessity for eoqxmil puuishmeut Continued text week The Annual Berea Fair For Fireside Industries Will be held Wednesday Juno S HKI the liitrea Commeiieeiiieut Day iu Kooui I Lincoln Hall Read our list of premiums thou hlurt that loom Even if you tin not lake a premium you may have a chance to sk something Yak Notice Entries must le made Iwfore WII in Commeiieeiueiit Day All godsq euteretl for a premium must IMCII iiiatle since hint Commeneemeut Day Juno ltk3oOther home pnxlucts uuly Ix fiX liilljtt l itd ulTunll for wile Pfcrnlum Offered ui sa Jin Nr dlu CnteiIhli ea 118 USINmllytlnnkrpnwloa I re mIhaerlotion and Wad W an HI All wool llrru n nn t to o Ilantiunall won nlankrtaa rd IIIIIUIRIIIIIIullriaeI Wad I rn lloiibln un r llnw lOjnriU 2 7t1lallllllI IlkIIMIhtrk1IIIItllll 11 m flIkkorrrAxMmllr IhIIhlIVKnit0Kult1MrorOIlINIIl1mlr ad 31 tit il l tgllit Jml ItxIlKoHluvdirk HJ toth innlllliil YIIOW IJlhl ear h droldrr 1UI Till dew luu t ImiHfiiuJp asl hat ntMmrr rut dra151 the itrflpt ned In 1rrlti Him Ix g tin In lib well color Nudes lhi mninit of a ol riillnl nr ui hlnIhliiintwlll lxKlrrti furcnnhl diw rlliJn when nil ftnl cl n uur liuve imn rplrelrl llMWinrHi lire KI IutiuNl Mr rnklUi jzHHHIIJHIzIHzIrH1 The School JOAN WIKT IJIMSMOhB EJItM HJHJHHHIIHHHWH Superintendents Conferenco Tim Third Annual Coufervntv of County SuperiiitomhMitH of Hastirn Kentucky was held witk of April 2S to 10 liiclusivc Iritlll nlN4 used in vtsilingcIu4Handbuildingx Kridav liijjht u baiiiiitt tells givtu in honor of the vinllorH Faculty und visitors iiinilo ovor eighty jwrnoiiH who part il Ipated HI the toast Prof M Mamh acted as toiistuiastor mid tilt following toast wero roHiHuulcd to AtldresH tif Wilcomo Prof W DiiiMiiKirc Tin1 Mission of tho County prof1IIIprCIIimUllIr of Instill Comity The Fntnro of Ky Dr A D Mayo Tim Ideal County School Ellis Seale Thjf Silent Tongue Dr G A llublxll Tho nun JJiuiii Hull when tho Ilrilliitntlyltghtetl i tiled to thu of trill ocvasioii A yoeal solo by JUss lithtl Piltlimii WIIH mud tlijoyuil Saturday night u varied pingr51nt was rtiidorttd at thu Tiiburnnclo- SjKpches by students mid visitors and music by the College Hand tutu Glen club Were features of the won lug On tutu whole till conference an exceetliiigly valuable 0110 Tim following are extracts from the Saturday morning meeting The suasion Saturday morning opened with nu interesting discussion as to what are the mast effective wires to pull iuonler to get the lCl iIIIUIlIt interested ill till school Get a teacher who is so interested in thu scliool himself that he rouses m1 thusinsm in others just its u match a kindles a lira among dry sticks was n suggestion offered by Pres Frosi such a teacher let him visit fartIdaMinterested Thin out the poor teachers and tho children iu the out oflhowity ports of the district will brought lulu school interest will aixMised even iu the most hadwaitl families Another suggestion was that the teacher show to the parent that school work has u real money value to his prattieitlProve that education pays consider it on a dollar laid will basis em phasize the brood unit butter side of tilt advaiitageH of school training Have less of theorixiug and more of practical work which trill Ixar on till every day life of till childn nlllltl tilt work of the parents Give exhibi tions frc gut the parents to visit the hchool as often as i ossihlo and try to interest them iu the prog ress of their children Make thin Khoolrooin u 1IIIIIIallt111Ill to which the scholars will Ix eager to cniiuC live an xiosiUon at the end of the year exhibiting till work of sash scholar iu ouch brunch Htudied- In discussing this question How uttongHachunt manylalcbtcertificates instead of to teach school This IiI of erammliig for an ex amination may Ill overvalue to a degree by the examiners iu grading tmN rs Lnwliolarly npplieants who ilinvo tilled thoinsolvtti teiiijwnirily with fiielH for till purlxru of getting it certificate may graded out Supt Garret suggestetl that till dis honest clit ril lit lioll of examination uestions Ixfore till examination could le done array with by careful on the port of the examiners Iltltionstrliustrlwar to improve tinexamination questions so that they should it t il of scholarship mid ability to tetiuh than of the iipplicantV ability to hearts a tint of dry facts nod deatl rules It was suggested that If itwolunWIrn Ixttcrpald mid morn eneoiinigviniiit given them to donate their llvt s to their profession as the doctor does to his we would have III higher gmde of teachers in n very short time Teaehers Associations enabling 1ittih teacher to eompart helpIn0 the standard of allas was very forcibly illustrated by Supt Garrett an incident which occurred iu hits county liy an unfortunate mistake the Conference wiis nilletl fur an surlier dale than till one Helecttxl by the SiqmrinteiideiitK lost lur vhich iircvenliNl Hie luerualstriutleudautr liojKKl fur The Coiifereiiix how yetholdWWWWSWHH HHHlHi fThe Farm SILAS CHKUVER MASON Editor 1111111111 111+ IIo H Dmlrnlili riim Small flares The 1olMi are n chins of poultry very lunch llkttl by fancier stunt limnlcr who Inn Miuiill placet and tutu give tliPin tlio atliiitloti says Anurl can lrhlIt1urlllt In IIIVMCIIUIIK the neI cainpiinyliiK out They urn pmtialily WIIITK Qntsr4n 1ILACK loq filBll CWK tholrInrjoiniiWiiK tinin very attractive Thu Wliltn Crojttnl Ulitik tire wild blnck ttilur fxcopt tliu topknot which 1s pun white Tint fowls are medium In size mid lay beautiful white eggs llnnOnliiK the Hhnbarb Give tho rliuliarli plants In the gar don a heavy tlrcssliiK of tine old corn- stalkspost If you wish a few early place kegs or boxes over some of the plants and heap over them some horse tunnnr Cotton Note Foreign nuthorltlcri sly the 1003 cotton crop of Uusslnn Turkestan Is unusually large but will be InauUldciit for till KiiRsInu cotton mills AccordliiK to a statement of a Qet tumult nurlcuHural wttWldQI1 to extcnifcotfoii ctifttiro In Igypt arc IUl tlllK wills success Jorto HIcn cotton Is Hiild to bo of eX ccptloimlly tine quality Hnnto UoinliiKO has n small Insect called tho cotton bug that seems to Imvo put a powerful damper on ex porlmiMitnl tattoo Rrowlni there Kami mid Itanch nays some Inventors provltlIcap llnl for the inaiiufuctiire of the mast elilnex nod the companies thus formed are now HcllliiK inrclilneH i AfconlliiK to nilfioes from Jamiilca the Kovcriiinent or that Inland Intends to make extensive cxporlinrntx lu col tort growing unit lo pitsli that ladnetry BIG BATTLE RAGING Combined Japanese Fleet Engaged the Russian Forts and Warships at Tort Arthur THIRTY lAPS TAKEN PRISONERS Three Fire Slips Were Sunk by tho Russian llatterlea Iu the Eu trance theIIurhor Four Were Blown Up By Coming U Contact With a Mine and An- 04ther One Was Wrecked- on tho Shore Port Arthur May 4Censored Another naval battle In In progress at this writing with the result In doubt The combined Japanese fleet under command of Adm Togo appeared oft Port Arthur at dawn Tuesday morn- Ing and at onco engaged the Russian torts and warships in the Inner bar bor Thirty Japaneso havo been taken prisoners At I oclock Tuesday morning five Japanese torpedo boats wero sighted And the Russian land batteries and the gunboat Glllak and tho coast defense Vessels Oremlshlhi and Otvashnl open ed flro and compelled them to retire Immediately afterwards other Japanese ships wcro sighted on tha horizon They were headed by a flrcehlp which was sunk near the entrance of the harbor at 120 a m After an Interval of 25 minutes two more flreahlps coma on and were sent to tho bottom At 225 four moro flreahlps ape proached Three of these blew up on our mine Two of theso sank Immedl ately and tho other two flrcshlps wero sunk by tho batteries and warships The protected cruiser Askold partlcl paled In tho firing Fifteen minutes later three moro flrcshlps arrived One of them blew up on a mine the second vessel was wrecked on the shore and tho third was sunk by the Russian shells The Japanese attack still continues The crows of the Japanese flrcshlps which wero sunk Tuesday morning while attempting to block the channel tried to save themselves by boats tn which they put out to sea A majority of thorn wero killed by the Russian machine guns and rifles Some of the survlvprp were picked up At day lirpak a number Of Japanese were seen clinging tp the masts and funnels of the sunken vessels and these wero rescued by tho Russians Thirteen of the wounded Japanese havo since died The Russians supplied tho survivors with food and clothing and tho wound td wero token to tho hospital ship Mongolian St Petersburg May 4lIIgh Adm Grand Duke Alexis has received tho following official telegram from Vice roy Aloxleff reporting the Japanese attempt to blockade Pot Arthur early Tuesday morning I respectfully report to your high ness that a fresh attack was made by the enemy Monday night with the ob ject of obstructing the entrance to the port and that It was successfully re gelled At 8 oclock Tuesday morning five torpedo boats were perceived near tho coast from the eastern batteries Un der the fire of our warships and tho batteries they retreated southward- At 1M5 oclock tbo first flrcshlp escorted by several torpedo boats was sighted and we opened fire upon It from the batteries and tho warships Threequarters of an hour afterwards our searchlights revealed a number of flreahlps making for tho entrance of the harbor from the east and south west Tho coast defense vessels Ot vaahnl and Gremlcshchl and the boat Slllak repulsed then by A wlj directed flro- Altogether eight ships wore sunk by our vigorous cannonade by White head torpedoes launched from our tor pedo boats and by the explosion of several submarine mines Further ac cording to the reports of the officers commanding the batteries and tha torpedoeAfter 4 oclock a m tho batteries and warships ceased fire subsequent ly firing only at Intervals on the one mys torpedo boats which wero visible on the horizon All the flreshlpa carrledqulckflrlng guns with which they maintained a constant fire Up to the present 30 men Includ lug two mortally wounded officers who took refuge on a launch or were res erred from tho flreshtps by us havo been picked up Tho Inspection of tho roadstead and the work of saving the enemys men tree hindered by the soo1manirojrer BptoJ On tho nppearanco of tho first flre ship accompanied by the enemys tor pedo boats I boarded a launch and proceeded to tho Otvashnl to take Im mediate measures for repulsing tho flroshlps With mo wero Lieut Gen Zallnskl and Capt Kbcrhardt of the naval general staff Lieut Gen Sloes sol was on tho fortifications at tho same time and Gen Loschinsky chief of tho rlefchso force of tho forts was onboard tflo Glllak Captured Russian Guns and Men Seoul May 4Later reports of the Russian reverses on UIO Ynht river are to the effect that the Japanese captured 28 small rrplJflro guns and 20 field guns Thy also captured 30 Russian officers and over men many of whom were hiding 00 REPUBLICAN CONVENTION Threatened Contest Between Bradley and Yerkee Did Not Take Place Louisville Ky May 4The threat erred contest between former Qov W 0 Bradley and Commissioner of Internal Revenue John W Yerkes for the control of the republican state and central committee failed to rotv teriallzo at the convention Tuesday In two speeches which won him ova lions Mr Bradley declared for hare mony lie moved that the rules and order of business be suspended before the report of the committee on creden tials should be announced and that Mr Ycrke the temporary chairman he unanimously declared permanent dials man Tho same motion applied to the retention of Samuel J Roberts anJ Young H Allison as permanent sere tarts Tho motion was carried unani mously after It bad been held up for some time by former Congressman John D White who was finallyhowled down Tho platform adopted endorses the administration of President Roose velt which following as it has done the policy of William McKinley hill continued with unabated force the marvelous prosperity with which our country has been blessed since the re turn of tho republican party to power In P Ernest of Covington and Oeorgo M Long of Leltchfleld were nominated by acclamation to servo with Mr Bradley leaving one more delegate at large to bo selected Tho practice of previous state con ventions having been to name a No gro delegate at large the remaining position on the delegation was contested for by several of that rue Dr B E Underwood colored ot Frank fort was nominated A Family Pet Attacks Child Newport Ky May fIrene the 4 yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Wil liam Smith of 638 Robert street attacked by a water spaniel blongIn- to the family Tuesday morning and verely bitten In the taco near the left eye The flesh was terribly lacerated r THE CITIZENS CLASSI FIED AD COLUMN linefirtlineNo t your wants ore advertise in this col umn and get result Canh must ac company order WANTED saddieprice Inquire of Troamner O borne ANYONE WISIHNU TO SELL pewter or iron greaso lamp please see Mrs Frauk Hays ou Jackson street Berea- YOUNG MEN WHO DESIRE TO earn their education can secure work on the College farm or brick CGambleonce OAK ASH WALNUT AND POP BeresKy TheCollege theBuckeyegood corn and other crops the past season For price etc apply soon FOR SALE FIRST CLASS BUILDING BRICK havohardIhruaCollegeBrick RIIlIinJ P Bicknell Berea Ky CLEAN OLD NEWSPAPERSA thoPrinting BALED HAYExtra quality at the College Barn- BICYCLE ready for instant use all bearings and nickeled party good as now gear 100 weight 20 pounds prilltingoillcPI Low Rates to Frankfort Account of State Meeting Grand truly of the Republic the Louisville triltickets ThlR1 return S21U Tickets good return big until May 27th IRION GIRARDET CO HighClass Jewelers and Diamond DenIer 404 West Market Street LOUISVILLE KY ESTABLISHED OVER THIRTY YEARS jWrite For free Catalogue and call to oofll see us when you are In the q ftttcity trtA01I1 N wsY 15pCkNo t s o UStd2A Nt tlcoe 1RIOH OIRflRDBT Ii GO Louisville Ku tCured His Mother of Rheumatism My mother has been a sufferer for J sunny years with rheumatism saji W H Howard of Husband Pa UAt times she was unable to move at all while at all times walking wee painful I presented her with a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and after a few applications she decided it Will the most wonderful pam reliever ah had ever tried in fact she is never without it now and is at all times able to walk An occasional application of Pain Balm keeps away the pain that she was formerly troubled with For sale by S E Welch Jr druggist Wm Lunsford General UillhGrade Pianos and Organ Instruments repaired and tuned Drop mo a card sad I will call promptly Berea Ky When you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to tak sad pleasant in effect For sale by S E Welch Jr druggis- tLOUISVILLE I NASHVILLE RAILROAD Tim Table In Effect May 24 IMS Going North Train 4 Da1l7 Leave B rOB 3 20 a m Arrive Itiehnlo d362 I m Arrive PariMn 505 I sn Arrive Cineiuuati730 a m GolncNorlh TralaS Dolly Leave Boiea12 55 p m pmArriveArrive Cincinnati 600 p m l fining South Train Dally Leave Berea 111 p m Arrive Livingston 2 05 p m lining Mouth Train 6 Datl Leave Berea 11 24 p m Arrive Livingston12 30 am Trains No1 and No C make connection at Livingston for Jellico and the South with No 24 and No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Af enL WANTEDFAITHKlk VEIISON TOTKAVKL for well cttabUilirU house In a few counties rail on retail mcrchnnu unit gems local imltory Ha arr ttum per week with rxpeim Willlloiialall bl In caih taoh trek Huouj for ezixnKi atlvaiireil liMltloa rruiuirtit Bui new iiucrcMful lid ruihlnx hauufcwtrea and Wholtulen Slept third floor Si ncr born St ClilcBKo No 2000 Solid Gold Vateh nooi5124 Solid Maionk Charm 325 II 15 Solid Heavy Gold Riot 500 II 12816 Pearls Ruby Doublet 500 II I77J G r 1667 7 Full Cut Diamond Hoe FOOD FOR BOYS AND GIRLS The more natural diet is more palatable invigorating and strengthening to body and mindright contrary with unnatural improperly prepared food which stunts the growth dwarfs the mind totheIlack of will power and of nerve No doubt that fifty per cent of the failures in life traced to improper diet when young MPRICESk WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOODTis a natural food and is healthy for growing children Let the children try it and note after continued use the mental and physical vigor it imparts I PaiatabioNMtriHouEasy of DitMtim awl RwJy to bt aeryyaekagEif M IIOr Price the creator of Dr Prices Cream Baling Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extract faHTMl fcy POE OEKIL fOR CO FtMl MI TATTLE CREEK WCIL wed tfflNt SIC Sold by S Ee WELOHJrBereat Ky t n v The Citizen Av ImrjcNDEirr FAMILY NEWWATO PiblUhtd every Thursday at Beret Ky JAMES M RACER Editor and rubllrh- ersvnsonlraor IIATKS- FATABLI ADTAMC- 103xirta month 26 lend moue by PcitoBee Money orbMH Honey Order Check Drafs Riiurt4 Utttr or one and two ClInt stamps The Vale alter your Dame shows to who gu lubicrlptlon li paid II It U nor UUf d within thra sendl nl oner notify ui wlhlD Till CmiM utolPtlontpalln Kotlfr m at too of Ian ohanxetln your ad It u giving both old and new addreuei Mixing Numbers due to coming supitcsprmsblcrlpUon receive Iear BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY BT CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service flretolase Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop IB connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop ConrtrellouwRichmond IBESH BALTIMOHEOYSTERSin CELERY CRANBERRIES ETC Always on hand at TELXTBOMB IDESXo II Joes Corner Richmond Ky DR M E JONES Dentist Office Over Printing office BEBU KT Office Dayi Wednesday to end of the week A J THOMPSONu GENERAL MERCHANDISE V Fruits and vegetables a specialty OPPOSITE BOBDETTES MILL 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 E D MASSIE Prop Main Street Berea Ky Ph ONE No 72- GROCERIES j CANDIES FRUITS VEGETABLES and STATIONERY Lunch counter Agent for Langdon Bread Your patronage is solicted T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Ky iPnoNE No 73 Miller House Newly fitted up Meals and Board and Lodging at populai prices Next door to Joes R G Engle Prop lain St Richmond Ky Williams fo better prepared than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean ing and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Main Street Berea Ky The Citizen 1 a year 6 mOl BOo Some Problems ofthe NegfoiB- y BOOKER T WASHINGTON lRACE like an individual that learns to examine frankly into the weak and strong points of its life is the race that will succeed We must face the fact that ours is a child race partially developed when com pared with some other races This statement carries with it nothing discreditable t For myself I have the most profound bclief that no race in ancient or modern history has ever equaled the American negro in development in all directions and because of his progress in the present and my belief in his future I was never premier than I am today of being a negro and of being identified in bale slight degree with the struggles and triumphs of a people in which I feel so much confidence The majorityof our people as is true of any race must live by the labor of their hands Unless the negro learns to dignify and love labor and to put into it the same degree of skill and intelligence and conscience that the white foreigner puts into it the day Will come when we shall be on the outer edges of many of the industries that we now control Freedom is not a bequest but it must ever be a conquest I out a man once who was ready to die for the race but when he was asked to go to Tttfkcgcc to do something practical for the race the nran refused because he would be compelled to travel in a secondclass coach this man wanted to die for the racehe wanted to die mind youbut b of these cursed conditions which require a man to pay the same fare and ride in an inferior coach he refused to go down there and mingle with those poor people What we want is men who arc willing to go among them and help to lift them up and better their condition The time has come when our young men should receive an educa tion that will enable them to return to their homes from school and col lege and create a business for themselves The problem is to find an opening for the use of their education We have to become creators of positions for ourselves We have to go back and begin at the bottom I say lay an industrial foundation Graduate my young man and go out here ten miles I know it is hard to get some of you ten miles from here But go out there and start a chicken farm Get there before the white man docs for as soon as there is a white and a black man together then we have a race problem Raise your chickens and dont be afraid to carry your eggs to market in a basket THere is no color line mtpqul try products and continue in this Way until you have built up a busi ness and given employment to others of your family and race 1We need not only the industrial school but the college and profcs sional school as well for a people so largely segregated as we arejfbj reason of race lines from the main body of the people must have licit own professional leaders who shall be able to measure with others in all lines of intellectual life Whatever faults the south may be guilty of when it conies tc affording an opportunity for people to make a living by common Ot skilled labor or in the field of business or education it is not to be despised t When we arc inclined to grow discouraged we should contrast our condition with that of the Russian Jews a people who in many parts ol Russia arc not permitted to own land or to engage in agriculture or In skilled labor or in the professions The Authors Responsibility By PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT It seems to me that we of the United States can not keep too fresh in our minds the fact that the men responsible for the government arc not the rcprcscn tativcsof the people but the people themselves and that therefore heavy is the responsibility that lies upon the people and upon all those who do mot toward shaping the thought of the people Now in the days of my youth I was a literary man I have recently in reading a book been inv mensely struck by the thought developed in it by olie of our greatest scholars who was speaking of freedom and of the fact that freedom could not exist unless there went with it a sense ofreapon sibilityThere must be more than good laws to make a good people A man whose morality is expressed merely in the noninfringcmcnt of the law is a pretty poor creature Unless our average citizenship is based upon a good deal more than mere observance of the laws on the statute books then our average citizenship can never produce the kind of gov ernment which it must and will produce So far from liberty and the responsibility of selfgovernment being things which come easily dnd to any people they are peculiarly things that can come only to the most highly developed people capable not only of mastering others but of mastering themselves and who can achieve real selfgovernment real libertII trust every man of you feels the weight of responsibility that rests upon him The man who writes the man who month in and month out week in and week out day in and day out furnishes the material which is to shape the thoughts of our people is essentially the man who no e- than any other determines the character of the people and the kind of government this people shall possess- I believe in the future of this people I believe jn the growth and greatness of this country because I believe that you and those like yoti approach their tasks in the proper spirit The Days of Simplicity Past BY ROBERT B ROOSEVELT- Uncle of the President and an ActiveDemocrat irJ HE days of Jeffersonian simplicity are over I have a sympathy with them but I am far from quarreling with theman who thinks and feels otherwise and sometimes I have had doubts about the sincerity of the simplicity of which we have heard so much Was there not a little too much in riding up to the capitol hitching the horse to a post and stepping into the court room to take the oath of office Would our citi zens approve if the chief magistrate of this great and power ful nation were today to so disregard the ordinary proprie ties and amenities as to follow these examples The simplicity of the days when few had a dollar and no one cared whether he had it or not have passed on Can anybody say this is altogether bad Can we have any better test than the power to accumulate and better government than the wise selfinterest of wealth I am not childlike enough to suppose that the world is going to pause x n account of my prejudices or going to stop getting rich because we dont know how 1e t THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson In the International Series for May ii 1004 Watchfulness Temperance Lesson THE LESSEN TEXT Iukt 12XHS- IS Let your loins tie glnlcd about and raur lights burning 36 And ye yourselves like unlo nun that wait for their lord when he will return from the wedding that when he cometh Immediately and knockMh they may open unto him STIllrfsed are those tcrvnnts woo the lord when he cometh shall lint watching IlrdIor come Rn them so blviitd are those servants 33 And this know that if tbe good man pf the house had known what hour the thief would cone he would have watched nnd not have suffered his house to be broken throuRh Ue ye therefore also for the Son ttlinkIpeakrst Thou this jwruble unto us or even to all ftt And the Lord said Who then Is that faithful and wise steward whom his lord shall mnke raler over his household to give them their portion of moot In due season UleMed Is that servant whom nllt lord when hr romMh shall rind to doing Ot a truth say unto you that he will make him ruler over all that he hath 4S nut and It that servant say In his heart My lord delayvth his coming nm shall begin to beat the men servants and maid servants and to eat and drink and to be drunken 48 The lord of that servant will come In n day when he looktth not for Mm and at an hour when he Is not aware and win cutIhim In sunder and will appolntliltn his tion with the unbelievers And that servant which knew his lords will and prepared not hlmxlf nel ther did according to his will shall be beat en with many stripes 4S Hut he that knew not slid did commit things worthy of stripes shell be beaten with few stripes For unto whomsoever much Is Given of him shall bvmueh rev quired and to whom mn have committed much or him they wilt ask the more OO1UKN TEXTlllesied are these comUhIWarnings Against lharueluke IM11 Parable of Itlch oollukt UJI3 KxhorlRtlons to WatthIUT-UI U November or December ol A U S About lour months before the erutrt llxlonlOACK1eraea NOTES AND COMMKHTS Let your loins be girded A Syrian even today U not In commlMloa sot to speak without his girdle Tho loo a flowing robes make action of any kind awkward and dlfllcitlt Your lamps burning The servants expected their Lord to return In the tight Without lamps they could not do their work and that was tho one thing In the world for them to do at that time Blessed are those servants whom the Lord when lie cometh shall flail watch ing Not simply waiting ready tu do their duty but doing it and it wat hardr too let those who have dune night watching testify lie shall gird himself and servo them Because of Ills gratification over their faithfulness What of the satisfaction God must feel In seeing such tine alert faithfulness now The second watch The night was divided Into tour watches If the master of the house hail known Dill he did not know he never does and never can The only way Is to be ready all the time Lord speakest thou this parable unto us There was no answer but another question Who then An ewer for yourself Notice that the wise Stewart was faithful to his work the reward for duty well done was more duty to do more and higher work The steward who was unfalth ful because there was no one there to watch him made a great mistake No one can sin with Impunity whether ho Is watched or not Cut him asunder A very strong expression Komutlinei taken literally but better figuratively cut him up as we Adeneyflail terrific scourging so Bruce That servant who knew many stripes but he that knew not few stripes The ethical principle seen before In these lessons that men are judged and rightly according to their light Nothing can be duty In the sense of morally binding upon in at any time which we have not at that time the means of knowing The idea oblaItlonthat Ignorance of the law excuses no ono Is simply an expression of gen eral expediency In the administration of human law Still It is not rigidly applied In any civilized society Sails factory proof of entire Ignorance will mitigate or set aside the penalty M utIterlyjudges us according to our light We are often to blame for not having found more light but it Is In that rather than In the act done as n result of our Ignorance that the sin lies Tho messenger boy who takes n valuable bundle to his own house Instead ot to the purchaser because under the influence of llqudr Is guilty In Gods sight of what 1 Simply of putting him self knowingly Into a condition which he knew U was dangerous InI therefore wicked to come That his sin tho rest was done as It were In his sleep In the sight of the law however he Is guilty both of drunken ness and theft j Terse Sayings The conquest of truth makes a man a king Mdst people are caught by sin trying to take the bait without the hook Better a bare board with the bless ing of God than Ills curse on a full ont Sin Is a straight line away from God and not a circuitous route back to Him The most painful things about this world teach us the most precious things about another Though lifes labor leads us to turn many ways the compass otthe soul turns ever to Christ Rams Horn KNAVE ALCOHOL Ties a knave and only a knave This fellow culled Alcohol They cull him a king but hes no such thing No bread has ho to the work to tltne No hope or Joy to the heart to bring Theres nothing about Ida true or brave Knave Alcohol ever a knave Oh a sorry monarch he Tile fellow called Ateofcol He shares with hk own the cutterhls throne Ills palace a prison his bnnnuet a bone Deepalr sad dishonor UteurH and groan Ile bee nothing to give but a paupers grate- Knave Alcohol this gtnerou knavel Ads a reward wurrr anti eheixt fib fellow railed Aleobol He prate of wealth yet robe by stealth or love of honor of trut self Of every bleMlH of life and health ThJI noting honest about him or brace is ever always only a knave Then give him the title his due Thin fellow called Alcohol Ins tinsel ernwn sail his false renown Ileptare by the ean amt bells of the Blown From his meek authority pull him down- Y give him Ms title however he rave Knave Alcohol ho alcohol knave Mr 8 It Graham Clark In National doeateITAKING HIS PHOTOGRAPH How a Practical Wife firelight tier Recreant Husband to Ills Senses Oh wad tome power the Kittle Kle ut To M ourss ns litters e us It wad roe motile a blunder free us And foolish notion lobby Ilortu Moat t i le at one into or other sit for a photograph and they are initially anxious to bo properly arrayed anil so pored JIB to secure a respectable looking picture nut there are nowadays flashlight and snapshot contrivances by which persons are liable to have their picture taken 1n vary unlikely and unexpected ways Persons are HiraedmrH found In poUlon and eon ditions In which they would not be willing to ho photographed and It Is poMiblo that if soma of them could 1118 STEP TOOK 1US IlCTUIlE really see themselves as others see them they would very soon change their course and conduct One woman determined tnat her hus hand should know how he looked when he was drunk She knew how ho looked well enough and needed not that any man should tell her Her children also knew by sad experience but the man himself had a very impcr feet Idea of the stale of the cnso So once when ho came home and fell Into a maudlin slumber she sent for the photographer to come forthwith and on his natal she set before him its work Lass resolute perhaps than another woman who under similar cir cumstances called a doctor and ordered him to shave her husbands head and put on blisters while she applied mustard poultices to his feet she simply ordered the photographer to photo graph her husband as he sat In his chair The photographer did his work and did It well and when the photograph was finished and laid beside tho hus bands plate at breakfast It was a revelation and the sobered gentleman ex perienced n decidedly new sensation There was no need of explanation the noIIdoIage and sense enough to do It How many there are who If they could only get one view of themselves in their tipsy maudlin idiocy would lance and forever change their course life National Advocate iln Feeling Versus Doing After Ive had a quart of good heir said one man I feel as if I could knock a house down That may be said his friend but slice Ive been teetotal Ive knocked two houses up It benefits trade a good deal more to knock houses up than down unless it bo the publicans If that were knocked down numbers of other houses would be knocked up- Teetotallsm pays tne tradesman National Advocate Want Temperance Instruction The German Kotnnn Catholic congress at Its molting In Cologne recommended that temperance instruction should be given in the public reboots and that at parties dances and other similar occa sfons nonalcoholic beverages be substi titled for the alcoholic beverages now In Wi8 CRIME OF DRUNKENNESS The Untold Suffering and Expense Which the Liquor Tronic En tails Upon the Country One of the most Interesting too dons of the report of the state com mission of prisons which has just been nmclo public Is that In which the com mission criticizes the ordinary meth od of dealing with drunkenness lur Ing the past year tho report says there wore 28 C19 commitments to Jails and 3315 to the penitentiaries for Intoxication making a total ot 32134 commitment fur the single of tense of drunkenness Tho total com mitments during tho year for all of fonscs to the penal Institutions ot tile state were 102G8I Thus It appears that nearly onethird of nil commit monts during the year wore for Intox IcQtlan Those figures do iioLJncltido man thousand other convictions for tho same offense punished by a fine which was paid before commitment- It Is well known that many thou sands are arrested annually for this offense convicted lined anti dis charged without Imprisonment Thero aro no flguron at hand showing tho number of those but giving them n reasonable oatlrnato It would appear that onehalf of tho convictions In the criminal courts of the stale aro for this Mingle offense While It Is not to Ixj supposed that each conviction rep resents a distinct personality as re pealed commitments are frwjuonlly made of the same Individual It Is neverlhele trim that the taxpayers of the state are annually subjected to largo ox poiiso In the arrest and re arroflt of perrons charged with this of tho limo of our criminal courts U occupied In their trial and about onehalf the expense of main taming our Jane penitentiaries and workhouses Is caused by the main tenance of this claM ot offenders Many at those offenders are laboring men having famllle depending on them for support nail except when under the Influence of liquor are hon Pat and Industrial providing for their famltle Wh n such a man It flood anti Imprlwnul his family slit tests rather titan himself Then again the punishment In flirted Is often unequal The man ol means pays a fine fend suffers no In convenience while the poor man whether he lays n fine or goes to prison brings privation to his family Whets a man kt Intoxleatml his reason la dethroned for tko time being ho mitT bo harmless or ho may be dan Rrrous a menaco to the safety of 1 other It may be nccowary for tho protection of the public that lIe betaken Into custody and receive treat meat at tho hands of Ute stateSara toga IN V Sun- TEMPERANCE FACTS The Virginia AnilSaloon league has cloned MOO barrooms In Virginia In two years Prohibition Maine ranks twentyninth in imputation fifth In the numberof tar ings bank depositors and sixth In the amount of deposits Dr John Wallol1 Ian Maclartn rev conlly preached a temperance sermon advocating that the keepers of drinking places In England be called i Increased poor rates and police ratesrlord Roberts when head ot the Brit Ish army In South Africa never heal titled to express his temperance prlncl plus One ot his first actions after en tering one of tho captured towns was to take the chair at a temperance meet ingTen thousand St Louis women Invoked Divine assistance recently In their cam paign against the Sunday saloon Tho members of the omens Christian Temperance union met dally from 11 a m to noon for prayer while others prayed at their homes The Panther Creek Valley Mln Islcrlal association ot Pennsyl vania has succeeded In closing all saloons and business places In Lannford on Sunday and compelling saloonkeepers of Summit to sign papers agreeing to abide by the law As a result of Us work In Coaldale remon strances were filed against granting licenses to five new and live old appli cant v German Temperance Reform In one of Ihe popular magazines the author deplores the fanaticism of a few medical men In this country who urge the danger of the uso of alcohol and the disease of Inebriety Ho then cites Germany as a country whtro the subject tines not attract attention among scientific men and that the common people aro not disturbed but continue their usual libations utterly oblivious to any Injurious effect These and other statements seem to be un known to the leadingGerman organ of the brewers who In a recent number called attention to the dangerous agi tation against tho use of spirits and beer which has provoked tho printing and circulation of 871 books on the temperance question printed during the last 13 years It also describes 37 newspapers magazines and annuals de voted to the temperance question and nit published In Germany It Is evi dent from this that somebody must be concerned In studying tho dangers In the use of alcohol and that this author has evidently not heard from the Fatherland very lately Journal of Inebriety On the Increase Temperance sentiment Is on the In crease the world over but the mOlt re markablo manifestation comes tom Gemany The German socialists are actually considering the propriety otl placing a temperance plank In their platform and are declaring themselves openly In favor of temperance as a ro form measure HOW TO CATCH MICE Sere Is a Trap Which Has Stood the Test of Forty Years on on Ohio Farm Of course wo have n cat and a dog but they cannot always get at the mice whenever and wherever they wish The corncrlb the smokehouse and tho col tar are places vhcro wo cannot leave R cat or n dog for any length of time Therefore we must use traps Them are several kinds of traps manufactured of more or lose clllolcncy of which wo have used only one kind tho round wooden trap with holes In the sides and tho choker arrangement = 1 OUFRONT VIEW OP THAI They are to a certain extent fairly ef ficient but last only n short time as tho wire springs rust easily The best thing we have In tho way of trope Is a homemade contrivance which has been In use for about to years and which hog caught Its thousands of mice Aft er so many years of use tho trap Is omewhat tho worse for wear and has been repaired many times and also shows the parka of many mices teeth Fig I Is n front view of the com pleted trap Fig 2 shows tideview of the trap doors and triggers Fig 3 ghee tho triggers In detail The trig gore and levers are made of ordinary bale wire If han wood Is used for top ildesand doors tho mice will not gnaw very much when inside of It but TRAP DOORS AND TinaoEns If soft wood mutt be used It Is well to line tho covers and doors with tin which needs only to bo tacked on The doors mutt slide very easily or they will swell up In wet weather and ren der tho trap Inoperative Tho weights for the doors are bolt nuts about one half Inch bolts and must bo heavy t enough that no mouno can lift them slut the main thing with catching mice Is the bait Wo uio either corn ears cut Into discs bacon rind or cheese according to where wo wish to set the trap Wo use corn In tho smokehouse or cellar and bacon rind In tho corncrIb The trap has been In use since November 1901 and was balled with bacon rind and set In a corncrib adjoining the barn where It has caught mice up to this time January 4 1004 We let the cat or dog take the mice out when they ore caught Joseph n nell In Ohio Farmer THE IRRIGATION PROBLEM Experience Proves That It Should De Studied with Care In All Part of the Country Wo have usually considered till very recent years that it paid to Irrigate land only In thoso countries In which tho rainfall was Insufficient to supply the crops with tho needed molnturc slut It Is being learned that Irrigation pays even In lends where the rainfall Is sufficient in most years Illinois has an annual precipitation of about 35 Inches and Italy an annual precipitation of about 10 Inches Few farmers In Illi nois would think It profitable to Irrigate yet In Italy many thousands of farmers arc Irrigating and consider It money well spent as a crop Insurance The lending crops In tho Irrigated regions are corn wheat and oats Mulberry trees are also Irrigated and tho Irriga tion Increases tho yield of the mulberry leaves about onethird Tho farmers there declare that Irrigation enables them to grow h crop of corn after the wheat and to Increase the yield of al nun and clover 100 per cent Most of tho Irrigation work there la organized on the cooperative basis Tho largest of these cooperative ntsoclntlons has 14000 members and controls tho Ir rigation of 123500 acres of land Tho system under tho control of this aiso elation comprises 7000 miles of canals and ditches Tho main society Is divid ed Into 40 subordinate societies each of which elects a member to a general as sembly which directs tho policy of the association The farmers there pay about six dollars per year for the water ing of each aero Under such a condi tion a crop failure Is Impossible Formers Review It Is not advisable to give a mate more than ten females to take core of ordinarily althoigM more than this number can be given an extra vigorous male EVOLUTION OF THE CHICK A Study In Embryology Which Can not Fall to Be of Interest to Poultry Raisers Ono of tho best means of studying embryology Is tho egg of Uio fowl any breed will do So alllle ore the embryos of such vastly different br ings as the nib tho fowl reptiles tbj horse The man at certain correspond- Ing stages In tholr prenatal career that only a skilled scientist can tell other from which All animals start life as a single cell none larger than tho slzo of a pin point and although the proc eases of nutrition are dissimilar the principles are practically the same Tho Incubator has scarccly gone on Its hatching career or the hen has scarcely set on her eggs 12 hours be Toro some lineaments of tho head and body of tho chicken appear The heart may be seen to beat at the end of the second day It has at this time some what tho form of a horseshoe but no blood yet appears At tho end of two days two vesicles of blood are to bo dis tinguished tho pulsation of which is very visible One of these Is tho left ventricle and the other tho root of the great artery At the fiftieth hour an auricle of the heart appears resembling a noose folded down upon self Tho beating of the heart IB first observed In the auricle and afterwards In the ventricle At tho end of the lev- entieth hour the wings are distinguish able and on tho head two bubbles are seen for the brain one for the bill and two for tho tore and hind parts of the head Towards the end of four days the two auricles already visible draw nearer to thoheart than before The liver ap year toward the fifth day At the end of 131 hours the first voluntary motion is observed At the end of seven hours more tho lungs and stomach become via ible and four hours later tho Intestines tho loins and tho upper jaw At the one hundred and fortyfourth hour two ventricle are visible and two dropsof blood Instead of the single one as seen before The seventh day tho brain begins to have some consistency At tljo one hundred and ninetieth hour of Incubation the bill opens and tholleshappearson the breast In four hours more tho breastbone Is seen In six hours aftvV this tho ribs appear forming from the back and the bill Is very visible us well as tho gall bladder The bill becomes green at the end of 236 hours and If tho chicken be taken out of its covering It evidently moves Itself The feathers begin to shoot out toward the two hundred and fortieth hour and the skull becomes gristly At the two hundred and sixty fourth hour the eyes appear At the two hundred and eightyeighth the ribs are perfect At tho three hundred and thirtyfirst the spleen draws near the stomach and the lungs to the chest At the end of 365 hours tho bill frequently opens and shuts and at tho end of the eighteenth day the first chirp of the chicken Is heard Wllcox Review COOPS FOR SMALL CHICKS Models Here Described Have Dun Used to Advantage for Quite- a Long Time Tho coop 1 use shown In sketch Is much better If made of pine It Is made In three separate pieces the roof and bottom being removable Tho root pro jests over the coop on all sides but much farther In front and back This is to keep rain from beating In Tho root boards are nailed to two narrow pieces which are just the length of the Inside DETAILS OF TIlE COOP of the coop and are placed far enough from tho front and the back to fit Inside tho coop The cracks are battened Tho floor d is made to slip In at the back like a drawer This coop is very easily sunned and leaned on account of tho removable loom and roof The eight Inch board at the top In front has holes bored In for ventilation A wood en button on top board and a twoInch strip at tbo bottom holds on the frame of wire screen which la used stormy days when the chicks are too young to run out and on warm nights At oth er times a slatted wooden front b Is usedI this coop In two sizes a single coop 20 Inches square 24 Inches high In front and 1C Inches In tho back and 1i double coop Is 30 Inches long nnd 2IInches wide A removable lath pant lion fn divide ItOrange Judd Farmer Poultryman Is Independent With all our modern facilities and conveniences tho poultrymau Is among the most envied of all men You may find him on five acres of tho poorest most hilly and unpromising soil in the remotest part of the states and when you do you will wonder how it is possible for him to make a living but If you will open your eyes the chances are that you will find a rural route mall box by tha roadside near his home then It you will open your cars you will hear a call over a telephone line and In a little while you will hear such a cackling among the chickens as to convince you that you have found one cottager who needs none of your sympathy Inland Poul try Journal With hogs clean beds and clean pens will do much to ward oft lice and disease OCTOPUS IN TIDE GAUGE MarIne Officials nt Port Simpson D CI Find EightyPound Monster In Their Register A devil fish has been caught under re markable circumstances at Tort Simp son U C by George Iludge the officer In charge of the tide gauge there Tho gaugo is a small selfregistering Instrument placed in a sheltered box on a wooden column or tide well made of a plank placed against the side of the wharf This well Is about flfteen Inches square and extends from about three feet above tho top of tho wharf to five or six feet below the level of low water Tho well is made water tight to keep out the wave motion with the exception of a small Inlet In one sldo near tho bot tom onehalf Inch In width This ad wits tho water and also keeps out all foreign matter that might Interfere with tho working of a sixInch copper float which Is suspended Inside This float is attached to one end of a copper cord which posses over the pulley wheel ot the Instrument and on the other end Is a counter weight of lead For several weeks this cord was continually breaking and much of the rec ord of the tides was lost Thinking that something must be catching tho float as it rose and fell with the tide the ob server In charge was ordered to open the top of the column and ascertain the trouble Instead of finding something projecting from tho tide of the well lie discovered a devil fish tryingto climb up the sides This at once explained the breaking of the wire The octopus was evidently catching the float and break ing the copper cord After two hours hard fighting the oc topus was finally fished out onto the wharf by means or spears Its weight was SO pounds and the arms were from eight to nine feet In length The ques tion Is How did the octopus get there The only opening was the one half Inch Inlet at tho bottom of the well The devil fish must have got In when very small and kept on growing until he became strong enough to do the damage mentioned The gauge has only been In operation one year and supposing the fish to have been washed In when first placed there Its growth at that rate Is about eighty pounds a year Another puzzle Is what the devil fish lived on TWO NEW LIFESAVERS French Motor Boat That Cannot Sink and Belt That Is Always- in Place Tho first motor lifeboat ever built In France has just been launched at Port La Rochelle and Is now the subject of no end of discussion among sailors The boat Is propelled by a 12horsepower en glne In which petroleum is used for fuel and In an ordinary sea Is credited with a speed of 25 miles an hour Tho lines of the boat are like those eta racer and It Is equipped with airtight compartments that the builders say will keep It afloat In tho heaviest seas Part of the boats equipment consists of a lot of new life belts These have Just experiinentssuperior to the oldtime life belts made of sections of cork sewed In canvas bag Tho new belt consists of a broad sash In pocketsItlast month and In every case has given the best results Men wearing the bens Jumped Into the water head first but Invariably came to tho surface head at the top and re mained thus without the least movement of the body Experts the buoyancy of the new belt It sufficient to keep anyone above water for many days MARKET REPORT Cincinnati April CATTLE Common 3 00 400 Heavy steers 4 50 5 00 CALVES Extra 4 75 5 00 1I00SCh packers 4 95 ffp 5 00 Mixed packers 4 SO 0 4 90 SHEKP 4 35 4 LAMBSSpring 8 FLOUK Spring pat 10 6 40 WIIlMTNo 2 redr 0 1 05 No 3 winter 102 CORN No 2 mixed 5214 OATSNo 2 mixed fro 4- 1RYENo2 75 76 HAY Ch timothy f4 75 PORK Clear family 14 15 LARD Steam 6 75 IJUTTERCh dairy 14 16 Choice creamery 25 APPLES Choice 3 00 3 50 POTATOESPer bbl 3 75 4 00 TOBACCONow 510 12 00 Old 460 14 25 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 4 70 4 80 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given The suboct 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 SUIJSCltmEIlS For each 2fo paid on your subscription account to TIlE CITIZEN you can make IN 1 Each 3 r ono freo estimate If you pay SlOO on your account you can make four free guesses if 200 eight free guesses and PO on NEW New subscribers sending 25c for a three months can make one estimate free Those sending 50o for a 6 months 2 free guesses 100 for a year 4 guesses 200 for 2 years 8 guesses so on Write your name address and estimates in the Blank below and mail today to TUB CITIZEN KyThe record of the Secretary of the Worlds Fair showing the total paid attendance 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 prominent judges during the first week in June As this contest will close on April 80th the day before the Fair opens will have an equal chance to win these prizes Those who estimate or guess NOW will have a chance to win a Special Prize and just aa 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 pey the prizes is deposited in the Central Savings Bank Detroit Michigan by the Press Association can used for no other purpose lu case 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 745500000 For tho second nearest correct estimate or guess 250000 For the third nearest correct estimate or guess M 100000 For the fourth nearest correct estimate or guess 50000 For the fifth nearest correct estimate or guess 80000 For tho sixth nearest correct estimate or guess 20000 For the seventh nearest correct estimate or guess 15000 For the eighth nearest correct estimate or guess 10000 For the ninth nearest correct estimate or guess 7500 For the tenth nearest correct estimate or guess 5000 For the next five nearest correct estimates or guesses 120 each 10000 For the next five nearest correct estimates- or guesses 1000 each 5000 For the next 28 nearest correct estimates or guesses 5OO each 14000 For the next 445 nearest correct estimates or guesses 300 each 183500 493 prizes amounting to 1150000 lu addition to the foregoing prizes there v ill be the followingSpecial Prizes for Early Estimates For the nearest correct estimate received on or after March 1st and befdra March 15th 150000 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after March 15th and before April 1st 50000 on0P 50000 Total 496 prizes te Ie 1300000 Colleget WORLDS CONTEST 13000s 496 CASH PRIZES 1st prize 5000 2d prize 2500 3d prize 1000 SPECIAL PRIZES 500 for Early Estimates SUBSGlMBKItS subscription subscription Subscription Publishing amounting 19V 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 tho first month of the Buffalo PanAmerican Exposition weret 399430 Be careful to write your name figures and P 0 plainly Cut out fill in mail today to The Citizen Berea Ky SUBSCRIPTION BLANK Inclosed find to apply on Subscription acot Name Postoffice State My estimates of the total number or paid admls sions are to tho Worlds Fair during the month of Mayr1 iJi u f t 7Vr I fi THE CITIZEN COURTS FINDINGS The Itejiurt on the Cause of the Accident on the Battleship Missouri BLAMED ON SMOKELESS POWDER An Unexpected Ignition of tho Tno Sections of the Charge Then iu the Gun Rr Adm Walker Declares That the Properties of the Explosive Have Not Becn Fully Understood By Those Using It Washington May 4By order of Mr Darling acting secretary of tin navy the full findings and opinion ot tho court of inquiry which Invest gated the accident of April 13 on boar the battleship Missouri wero made pub licat tho navy department Tuosdaj With tho announcement that action br the department Was postponed pendln g careful consideration of Ufa ifinllngi s by IJr Adm Georgo A Converse of tho bureau of ordnance who vii make a full report on them Textu ally tho finding of the court reads That the causo of said accident va the unexpected Ignition of the two see clans of tho chargo of smokeless pow der then In the gun by what is term ed throughout tho proceedings a Flare bad aflame resulting from tho Ignition In some manner not yet known of residual gases attendant upon the combustion of tho smokeless powder now in use That tho flame from these sections Ignited tho two other sections then in the ammunition car and that a showoi of burning powder grains from those sections In the turret was projects down tho open trunk which connects tho turret with tho 12Inch liandlin room igniting thero eight other se tions of the smokeless powder two charges of which had been taken out of tho magazines and woro In that place That said accident In said yo sel was on occasion named In no r spect duo to fault or negligence on tho part of any of tho officers or members of the crew of said vossol Tho court further finds that every officer and man In said vessel did his wholo duty and in circumstances probably tho most trying that can come to men afloat Rr Adm Barker commandorln chief of the North Atlantic fleet in his review of tho findings declares that tho navy has a smokeless powder tho properties of which Have not beo fully understood either by those usln Iton board our ships or by thoso w h make and issue it for service- SRapid firing ho continued ha brought to light some of those hith erto unknown or dimly perceived properties but an exhaustive Investigation In laboratory and in experimental fir Ing on shoro is still needed Adm Barker says In the bravery displayed by tho officers and mon of tho Missouri Tho disaster was appalling but it developed heroes History records no more heroic act than that of Monsson who crawled through a hole Into the burning magazine to put out the flames He calls attention to those points brought out in tho testimony 1 Exhaustive Inquiry as to the na ture of the gases given off by smokeless powder which remain in the gun or cartridge cases and whether or not these gases can bo prevented 2 Whether it bo possible to ar range the Interior of turrets so as to separate one gun from another but both from the handling rooms making accidents from exploding shell or burn Ing powder improbable It not Impossible THE NAVAL ACADEMY List of Candidates Who Passed a Suc cessful Examination Annapolis Md May4Thc naval academy authorities announced Tues day the names of the candidates who were successful In tho recent examina tion for admission totlio naval school here as midshipmen Among the list aro C W Adair Ohio II A Badt Texas D W Bradfute Indiana F Cannon Texas S Cochran Texas II U Cooder Ohio 111 Donavin Ohio E J Foy Arkansas F G Hamilton Indiana Hugh Henry Texas O O McCauley Texas J II Madlgan Ohio C II Nichols Indiana P J Peyton Mississippi J n Shoemaker Ohio 0 L Spiller Texas C W Sproul Ohio P It Vandeber Ohio C G West Ohio N D Willet Ohio Vf W Wuest Ohio Congressman Gardner Renominated Battle Creek Midi May 4Con gressman Washington Gardner of Al bion was renominated hero by thoI Third district republican convention The delegates to tho national conven tlon aro Lucius M Wing of Coldwa ter and F A Itoctblls of Hlllsdale Roman Catholic Chaplains St Petersburg May 4A Roman Catholic priest has been assigned to service 01 a chaplain with the army and others will bo appointed to serve in tho far eat It Is estimated that thcro aro 10000 Roman Catholics among tho troops Assistant Attorney General Washington May 4JudI0 Good win of Aurora hurts been selected by Postmaster General Payno for the position of assistant attorney general for tho post oraco department Mr Goodwin Is a constituent of Senator Hopkins tHHI+ +Jarc+ aaJaJ JaaaaaJ1JaaJaaateasetatiJat 1 1i+ aa t3LfaiIaa aF JJ J1 Ihi 1laaaat A P Settle Sr and wife of llich nand ware in Horen over Sunday and ntknded services nt the Ilnptisi church Buoy Woggs rutnriied IMondaj from Hamilton Ohio whore his hue Iweii eiiiployed for alto last two months Shfrmnii West mid Will Dalton wont Tuisday to St Louis when they exjdct to tied jrolitnlle em ployu1flIt J P Uicknell is traveling jn West ern KeutneUy introdueiugtheStimp sou in scales inamifncture in Efkhurl Ind miss Ethel Piitnain went to Nut York City Monday where she will continue her studies in voice culture under a celebrated teacher sighlt quarter miles east of town on tills Big Hill pike and will remove there stall P M Vtv accompanied by Supt G W Ganott who hind beer here attending the Superintendents con ference loft for Owfiley county Mon day Mrs Florence Gosiiey of McCor milk Ity came Monday to visit her sister Mrs T K Tuft Jr who has IHHII sick for somo time but is now improving Kliliu BOgS after spending11w winter horn with his son John Hoggs left Sunday for Jane llnrlau county Licy suns l1isholunllrthur Prof L V Dodge has accepted nn invitation to make the Commence hillselain College o which Institution ho is u graduate Miss 1 McHurney of Flint Mich was the guost hero last week of Tutor and Mrs Diznoy Miss Mc Uurney is doing valunble work in llnrlnn County under the Trashy fetter Hoanl Claude Witt of iitir Kirksville was killed while working in the field Inst week by the accidental discharge carryiiio t shooting squirrels The boys of the bricklaying class with SuiMrinlendent 0 T SjxMicor returned from London Friday after having completed the brickwork on the building on which they were engaged there Work on the Uo- 1clllllIJlIn has now begun again and will Ix pushed vigorously nLouis C Hinman was at lonie from JSO to OOoclock yes term afternoon to nine of her lady Hernia The ladies brought their fancy work and spoilt an exceedingly ileasant two hours 11111 u half with their hontefiH and ouch other Miss Mariah Monm daughter of Mrs Sam Monm lied last week in Madisonville Ohio where slit had utii working for the the last year TIll remains wore brought hero Friday cord interred in the Henja Cemetery after funeral services in the Glade Baptist Church T K TuttTTnd family hope to IK well enough to go hack to their mountain home at Gosnoyvillo Wolfe county the coming week but before they depart desire to thank the good people of Berea for their undnesrt to thom during sickness and to assure thom flint it will nub IH orgotten Little Nellie Moore the sixyear old daughter of Mr and Mrs Rich ard Moore died April 23 of measles Time funeral services were held at the home of airs L C Gabbard on Cen ter St Sunday Eve by Km Derth ick followed by burial in the heron cemetery The Ixireaved have tho sympathyof the comiiiunity Dr Jones thin dentist hUH arranged with S It linker to assist him during the spring midsummer This will enable the Dr to keep open ollice all tho week instead of n part as hereto fore Shield has just completed his junior year at LouisviHe College of Dentistry where ho IIl1ulII line record not only receiving a high grade on all thin required branches for his junior hat securing enough points on Orthodontia to meet the require ments for graduation in thud branch Off Spencer received a telegram Saturday morning announcing tho death of Mrs Bales tho mother of Mrs Spencer nt her sons home in Pennington Gap Va where she was visiting Mrs andMrsSponceraccom parried by their neice Miss Bessie Bales left at once fur Cumberland Gap Teim whore they met the funeral party thin funeral and burial occuring there HIlccsI Mr Spencer returned Mrs Spencer nnd voice will remain at Cumberland Gap for It few days MISS DAISY CODDINGTON The funeral of sties Daisy COtl dingtoii occurred Thursday aftenioo li from the Parish House the tuner pastorHI f Norman Frost Gilbert VeimcrGet Dick Ralph Oslxmio and Eugen Thompson members of sties Daisy s s011wl class of whitrrtln A E Thomson is teacher acted as pall hearers Time numerous lKnuti fill floral tributes attested the bit 7t esteem in which Miss Dais was held by all who know her Burial iu th o Berea cemetery followed thin funeit stiltsDaisy Coddington was burn Jul d1S5q and died April 27 1001 She was brought up ill the Methodis church and professed Christianity nt the earlyago of eleven Wllni last winter slit lecamo n meinher of tin j Union church hero Site was a trio dent in Bena College for five year s Imlll11 advanced to the Junior yen l in the Academy She was foml games and last toll and winter wa s an enthusiastic member of the girl iKisketball team Card of Thanks Mr and Mrs Bert wish to express to till citizens Boron their appreciation and heart felt gratitude for the universal lovi cold loop sympathy tint have lxt extended to theta ill their Inretive ment of the death of their datiglitei Daisy IMrs Jane Kimbrell of Mrs Jane Kim broil notice of whose death apjllarltl in our last issue were inferred in tin Davis Graveyard in nock sole County near the place of her birth Jane Kimbrell thin with of John K Kimbrell was horn Feb 27 1S2S nod died April M lOOt Of tin eleven children born to Mr and Mrs Kimbrell five had passed on Ixjfon her The six who survive to mourn the loss of n loving mother arc Mrs Nan Daugherty the oldest child who huts leen keeping house for her par cuts for over four years Mrs Mar garet Shearer of Kockcastlo Mrs Patsy Dixon Topeka CountI W Kimbrell of Arkansas Kimbrell of near Boron Mary Clark ofGarrard County She iris n good mud loving mother lived at jKace with her neighlwrx mid hind n great love for home TIm story of the conversion cold baptism of Mr und Mrs Kimbrell las August is familiar to iiil the readers of time CITIZBN Why they putofT confession until so lulu inlifn unknown to all but God It is hard to bid farewell to tho dear faces we have loved so long hut Gods will be done not ours May we till strive hard to meet time loved gilts who lade prone at the Masters budding May Gods blessing res UJKHJ the Ixtreaved husband mu father and children who now feel so lonely M C- College +1H+II+JIII+IIHIiHi11I1 I Items HERE AND THERE tit aJaeta3aaaaa HIH+ Rev Thus L lloutt Clays of 17 is pastor of n Congregational Church at Brcwton Alabama Tutor Karpinski as he is to tneinlxired in Berea is now Dr liar pinski nnd Professor in the State Normal School at Oswego XY having returned from his long slim met residence Abroad Ho ifogive instruction iu Mathematics in the Summer SculOlof Now York University W J GrilHn died at tilt hospital hero on Friday night of consump tion In reHjonse to a telegram the remains were sent Saturday night to his homo at Lexington Miss where his parents and brother live On Wednesday morning memorial services worn held at the Lpx Chapel at tho regular Chapel hour at which resolutions of respect adopted by Phi Delta his library society were rend Dr Hubbcll led in prayer anti Prof Graves rend a sketch of tho lifof time deceased Mr Grillin came hero last fall from Ol erliii College Olwrlin Ohio min entered the senior class Ho was carollIest HockIholof her brother Our brother Joseph B Berry sad gotten tho best of n young man Will Floyd in n joke about a week previous to Jill death and afterwards both hat talked it over and thought no more of it On Wednesday night April tills Floyd came to time house drunk and called him Floyd seized him breaking his watch chain mind Joe struck him A mint front iRhind called Too who turning dropped his pistol When lie stooped to pick it up Floyd shot him in tho buck time bullet Ringing around under his heart He snatched his pistol how ever amid shot Floyd Too never rose from his knees hut sank mind died instantly Floyd diet at i u m the next morning Joe leaves n mother father two brothers mind two sisters to sustain his loss Ho hclcd his brothers and sister in- schoolauQ leaves Ixhind many friends Ixith young and old Mr Joseph Pominville of Still water Minn after having SpeLt over 2000 with the lost doctors for atom ach trouble without relief was advia ed by his druggist Mr Alex Richard to try a box of Chamberlains Stonlac and Liver Tablets Ho did so end ita well man today If troubledvith indigestion bad taste in the moat lack of appetite or constipation give these Tablets a trial and you are cer lain to be more than pleased with tho result For sale st 25 cents per box by S E Welch Jr druggists Duyyo- urEngagement and Wedding Rings From the largest and best Mock of irohofCall and see our line of goods A J Thompson KyrTIME KEEPERS ITIuhrtr tatpregacetp t11y a vctlblcM Hay a tlcnckxp ct the tight put They care moiwy Ire mute lacly- Ourlll suar11teed Write tot Catalogue milt CIRiRDET a N Wut Kirirt Lrye If Bring your watch clock and jawelry repair work to W B Robe Co Shop over postollicp Prices low All work guaranteed We have the heal outfit in this end a Madison county An Open L ttr hromtbeCbapiuQCNeweEart taken with diarrhoea and so severe Phyius s medicines failed to giro any relief A friend who bad a bottle of Cham berlains Coho Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand gave each of us doso and we at once felt the effects usingIcured It is a wonderful remedy and should be found in every household H C Bailey Editor This rttnedy is for sale by S E Welch Jr Drug gist Go to the Rea White Blue Store Bargainsin Inloo hue of Groceries always prlcoWeuntil 1 p m Phono 60 tR J ENGLE Prop Chestnut Street Berea Ky EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY The Sentences of Three Condemned Murderer Commuted Springfield III May Gov Yates Tuesday commuted to 20 years the life sentence of Frank Walker sentenced ofjJohnrcounty Edwardtsentence of Reuben Lacey sentenced for lifo from Vermillion county for the murder of George Kelly Elected Captain Duniwas day elected captain of the Princeton gymnastic team for next season Dun ning has won tho university champion ship as tho boat all around gymnast Riotsitfrom Vienna says It is reported there that there wero serious antiJewish riots In Lomberg Austria Saturday last In which five persona wero klo4 and many were injured tc FARMERS fc We want live fat Poultry Eggs Hides and Feathers We pay highest cash prices C F GOTT CO HnrcKMin la Horn lrixluro Company Depot Street Boron Ky The University of Chicago J Law bMedicine ofb Theology Education Each school hi a special Circular Ir Intonation which will be tent on request Tbt Courses In Medicine are given In tonnMtton KUi u well of RUSH MEDICAL College THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO SUMMER QUARTER Chicago Illinois June il September i n Just Arrived A carload of extra nell bnilt TennesseeWagons BARGAIN PRICES Also I harroU Queen mid lirnxf lan Sweet lOtlttl Phono 10 A P SETTLE JR Depot St herds Iy rC M Mullins D F Goforth The New Grocers Wu have nil entirely Now Stock of GroivritH which In u guarantee of time FIIESHNES8 of our good Our Line is Complete UntOnI AH IYirvn Seeds grow fiWe sell thorn Goods delivered nt 10 nl1 timid 8 pm Phone 70 Mullins Goforth Main Street Boron Ky IIGOOD SEEDS Get the HENDERSON ROUTE Habit OX vats TttlP TO ST LOUIS RoundTrip rntoa from Louie vlllo on account of tho WORLDSFAIR Swox TKKICTK 11oSol-d Dally Cointnonuiui April 2T Limit OfcouiberJfi 1801 IIIUOSolttLimitGOtlnys TEV DAY TicRUrx1001S-old Daily Commencing April ST LimithOtlys including dnto of sale SfccuL COACH Excss 7OO Dates of Solo to bo announced lato- rLlmitG davs including tints of sale Coach Excursion Tickotn nro not good in Sleepers noitliur will thoy bo good for tho checking of Baggage FOR COMFORT FOR SERVICE IF Tuts TH1I RK1M eras THR Popular Henderson Routs vol Alii Certainly Well Fortified ASK US inn I itRBKrr Truvcllliiz lwnr r Agent It rwrnrrr Annit I J IKMIX driiwnl lniYuner Agrnl LOUISVILLE KY DR FENNERS I Kidney BackacheALSO All DUoues of the kidneys bladder and urinary organs Alto heart tllioano rheuinatlim LacVcLoi grsvel drop fep Cure IDont become dlscouraeed There Is a cure for you If nccouary write Dr Punncr lio lm pent a lifetime curliiK JIIMt inch canes ui youn All consultation aro FREE I had suffered for a long tlmo and for three weeks was down In bed unable to more with out great pain because of rain in my back which several doctors pronounced lumbago Thvy failed to giro mo any relief whatever A sample bottle of Dr Fonner and llackachu Cure greatly relieved me I bought and used two more bottles and was completely cured though mr occupation 01 a dyer requires me to bo much about water and often my clothing becomes damp or very ret i hv suffered no return of tho trouble nor any signs of rheum atUm Yours trulrRED nKANDT 213 N Elbriaht St Muncie lad Bold by Druggists Wo Icnncrn Minutiae or took Hook Jrco Aro Nocossnry to GOOD CROPS VI Wo sell you the good SERD TOILS and Clifod MILLET SEED antii1lIotho GOOD CROPS SEE I BALED HAY BALED STRAW i t I HARBER and HUGUELY Main Strrwf liichmoiid Kr See Our Want Ad Column Page 8 F44QttGRG6QG6F4ttrti6E6 iF6FiPr46CCfi4 6GQ Ff6GE6t14r4GC Pa 1 INTERESTING STATE NEWS b DECKHAM COUNTY The Court of Appeals Sweeps It From the Map Frnnltfort April 30Tito now county of HeclUitrm was given a knock out blow Friday by the court of up poala The governor killed tho bill creating Thorno county by vetoing t and now tho court of appeals practl colly vetoes tho governor by putting Hock 1mm cbunty to sleep Tho cases Involving the legality of tho Ucckhara a county act were Zimmerman vi Brooks and Zimmerman and Urooks vs Carter county In reversing tho judgment of the lower court and ore daring a now trial and full bearing JUdgo Hobion nays tbo conktltutlonal provisions must lio strictly complied with k t First be assorts no old county car bo reduced to 1M than 400 square shallMsquare third thb boundary line of tho now mileold counties from which the new anti Is created and fourth that no county A nhall bo reduced to less than 12000 population by tho creation of the new county JAMES ELLIS ARRESTED IHeIs Charged With Delng Responsible For Death of Wife and Dabe a Frankfort ICY April 9Jnmes Hi lls 40 wan arrested Thursday on the cbargn of being responsible for the death ofbee wife and Infant child It v is charged by neighbors that lolls pre 3vented tho filling of prescriptions anti the giving of proper medical attention f to his wife and that before abe died Hills tried to Induce her to sign a tie M I f to her property Mrs Kills was the daughter of Lewis Mitchell a well to I cdo farmer HUNTER CAPTURES ELEVENTH His Candidate For Chairman Wins By Large Majority London Ky April SODr W Got fri y Hunter rule everything In tho Illaventb district Friday hU candidate for chairman M Ray Yarborry of Adair winning by 191 to 165 Judge James DL Denton of Iulaskl and J O Footer of Harlan wore elected del egate to the national convention W It Ilamkay of London was chosen elector New Interurban Line IjulsvIlle Ky April 8W At bill of Columbia left for Frankfort Wednesday to Incorporate tho Colum bia C Lebanon Interurban Railway Co with a capital of 1 1000000 The road will be 44 mlle long and will contrect with tho loulsvlllo S Nash villa In Ixriianon Died on His Way to School Covlngton Ky April 9Sbortly after with convulsions IdlersUornnrd IS of 207 Front street Itotlovuo Ky died Thursday despite tho efforts of physicians who worked to save his life Tho lad with com rades was on his way to school when suddenly ho fell to tho sidewalk AttorneyI White Louis wom Central law school whoa she will deliver an oration on Civil HighU She will Immediately apply for admtaslon ao the bar Armour In Kentucky Lexington Ky April 29 Among the Industrial and commercial possibil ties of this city is Ute reported con struction of a mammoth mOLt packing establishment which Is to bo used as a distributingCenter for Kentucky and southern points by tho Armour Pack Ing Co College at West Liberty West Liberty Ky April 28The Presbyterian college Is a sure thing for West Liberty as the required amount has been made up and the site has been bought The church naked for 14250 and the site which has been secured Boycott Case Settled r Louisville Ky April 28The suit of tbo Homo Tobacco Warehouse Co against the Louisvlllo Tobacco Ware house Co and the Louisvlllo Leaf To baoco Exchange for 35000 damages for alleged boycott was compromised Wednesday for 22GO toad costs Burglars Plunder Store ML Sterling ICy April SODuglare rifled tho general store of A A Clay at Indian Fllods Thursday nlghL Tho safo was blown open and sovoral hundred dollars In money secured and some goods taken Mayor Advises nnexatlon Newport Ky April 29At the moot- Ing of tho board of aldermen In this city Thursday night Mayor August Holmbold sent in a resolution provide lag for the annexation ot tho cltlee of Dayton and Dollovuo to NewporL Tho resolution was passed unanimously His Resignation Withdrawn t Lexington Ky April SOAt a meet tug Friday night of tho directors ot tho Kentucky Trotting Horao Breeders as sociation Senator J W Bailey who was present It Is reported withdrew his resignation M member 6 THE KENTUCKY DERBY The Classics Will Have Seven Sure Starters In the Race Louisville ICy April 30Unler the Intlucnco of fair weather tho muddy track at Churchill Downs has Improv ed rapidly and with a coritKuanro ot Fridays favorable conditions the Ken tucky Dorby which Is the feature of tbo opening day of tho sprint meet- Ing beginning next Monday will bo run over a fast track Tie classic will have according to Secretary Price 7 sure starters Conjurer ono of tho thrown entry has been withdrawn Kugllsh Lad the favorite up to a few days ago was found too high in flesh and has been shipped to Chicago Japans work has not been satisfactory and ho IB not regarded as cetaln to start The names welgais and jock eye of tho colts making up tho Derby field as It slants Friday night are Proceeds 122 Hclgcnion Khvood 117 Prior Urancas 117 Lyric Ed Tier noy 117 Dominick Prince lIver wings 117 LIvIngston Hatts HO Heftier Marquis do Carabas 110 SETTLED AT LAST A Case That Has Been In the Court For Fourteen Years Cairo III April 29Judgo W I Clark of Smlthland Ky sitting as a special judge In tho case of J C Du poyster vs tho Fort Jefferson Improve ment Co at Wlckllffe ICy affirmed tho commissioners report dividing the land anti ordering ono hpif of a largo tract of land at Fort Jefferson sold to pay tho judgment In favor of tho Im provement company amounting to about 17000 This case tins boon In tho Kentucky courts for 14 years and In tho court of appeals four times Tho Fort Jefferson Improvement Co was organized to lay off and build a city nt Fort Jefferson Ky about 1C years ago but became Involved over tho title to tho land IN THE KENTUCKY MINES Work to Continue at Old Wages Until Agreement Is Reached Central City Ky April 2STho minors and operators of district No 23 reconvened hero The miners olllclals reported that Jhoy were not in a post tlon to accept either proposition sub milted and tho convention ad Journal to give tho miners oindals opportu nity to tako tho vote ot tho men as to whether or not any of tho propositions should bo accepted After this vote Is taken the officers of both sides will meet to fix a wage scale In the event either proposition Is accepted If all proposition aro rejected tho miners officials will notify the operators on or before May 16 Work Is to con tlnue In the mines at tho old wage scale of 1903 tho wages to bo adjust ed to tho now scale It a settlement Is reached dating back to April Face Anotier Term Frunifrrt ICy April 30 Judgments of the Mason circuit court In tho case of Thomas Mann and Edward Morns against the commonwealth was affirm oil by tho appellate court Judge Hob son writing Tho appellants are tho Negroes who two years ago entered the house of John II Farrow and shot and robbed him They will bo arrested upon tho expiration of tbo first flvo years sentence and rclncarccratod for tho tenyear terns The Kentucky State Fair Lexington Ky April 30A com mittee of five appointed by the cham ber of commerce to raise subscrip tions to guarantee tho State Fair as sedation against loss should tho pro ject bo held In Lexington this year line mot with much success In Its under taking and when the committee makes Its report to Uio chamber fully 6000 will have boon subscribed Distillers Deny It Louisville Ky April 9lhat the distillers ot Kentucky do not contem plate war upon the wholesale dealers Is stated In letters received by mem bers of tho Kentucky Distillers qsso elation from tho executive committee of that organization Will Ride Conjurer In Derby Lexington Ky April 28 Writing to his parents hero from Nashville Jockey Lucien Lyno says ho will ride Broncos for William Qerst In the lean sas City Dorby on Saturday and Con juror for Capt Drown in tho Kentucky Derby at Louisvlllo on Monday Louisville Tobacco Louisvlllo Ky April 29 Burley continues firm but showed no further advance Thursday The offerings Thursday were hhds of which 261 hhds were burley and 244 hhds dark Burley sold from fT10 to 24GO Dark ranged from aGO to 770 Insurance Rate Cutters Tire Lexington Ky April 39The Insur anco rate cutters In this city have grown tired of tho war and stops were taken Friday afternoon to put an end to tho competition A committee was appointed to confer with the nou board companies and patch up a truce Delegates In the Balccny Louisville Ky April 30There will be so many delegates to the republican stato convention nxt week that the Fifth Elxth and Eleventh district del getlous will have to take seats In the balcony at Macmley a theater FIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS Regular Session Washington April 2iSenateTht senate passed tho military ucadomj appropriation bill the last of tho supply measures The amendments sug gested by the committee on military affairs for n reorganization of the med ical and ordnance departments of the army and for the establishment of a number of camp sites wero thrown out on points of order Mr Bacon con eluded his tariff speech begun Monday The senate took a recess until 10 oclock Wednesday Mr Allison In moving tho recess expressing tho hops that a final adjournment might be cured Thursday SIHouseThe heavyweights had other bout In tho house Tuesday with Mesnrs Dalzcll and Cockran as the combatants Tho speeches wero a re nowal of meat Saturdays debate but were personal In their character At on Saturday the speakers were greeted with vociferous applause by their respective colleagues and tho bitten noss of party feeling ran high At times tho house wrtS In an uproar Mr Dalzcll had Mr Cot kran on tho for nearly two hours during whlrbI time ho dealt largely with that mans political history which he said showed him to have been consecutive 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 hind accepted money to support campaign of McKinley and read theI tracts from several newspapers show that was tho general Impression at the time A man ho said who trould 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 hi arraigned for making statements which could not bo substantiated II what Mr Dalzoll had said were truo he declared he was unworthy of mem bership In emphatic and positive Ian guage Mr Cochran denied that ho had received money from tho Palmer and nuck er committee or thai SUPIportingagainst him It was nothing but a con feeslon of tho republican partys cor ruptlon anti proof that tho presidential clllmoxproviding for the appointment of a 800I Sect committee of five members of house to Investigate tho charge which had been made against hlm by Mr Dalzcll Ho and other democrats In eluding Mr Williams tho leader demanded Immediate mlnorltrI atlon hut tho speaker declined pas on n point of order against the resolution until ho had examined precedents Washington April 2SSennteThQ attention of tho senate was devoted Wednesday to consideration of report of conference committees set es passage of bills to which speecllj little or no objection and an lye session Tho session at oclock In the morning and continued until 8 In tho evening Final confer cnco reports on tho sundry civil gen oral deficiency post office and tho mill tary academy appropriation bills were agreed to practically without opposi tlon A resolution authorizing the continuation during tho recess of the In query Into tho right of Mr Smoot to his scat In tho senato was favorably con sidered during tho day House In tho presence of crowded galleries and of almost a full membership Messrs LUtleflold Mo and WII lams Miss made speeches intended for the coming presidential campaign Tho two speakers woro wildly applauded by their respective sides but there was an absence of personalities such as characterized tho clash between Messrs Dalzell and Cockran Indeed Urn best of humor prevailed Washington April 29SenateWIUI brief announcement nnd a sharp rap ot his well worked gavel President Pro Tern Fryo adjourned tho senate sine clio at 2 p m Thursday the hour fixed by resolution of tho two houses of congress The occurrence was devoid oi unusual incident and tho final close ol the session was but slightly different from mho end of an ordinary days sit tfng Tho senate begun Its days work at 1030 n m but tho greater part o the time was devoted to a political do bate participated In on tho republican side by Messrs Allison and Aldrich and on the democratic side by Messrs Gorman and Culberson The discus sion was based on a statement by Mr Allison of too appropriations for the session comparing tho figures for this year and for tho administration o President Roosevelt with those of oth or years and otter administrations Tho president and his cabinet wera among tho most Interested listeners to the criticism and defense of their chief House Tho closing of tho second session of tho houso of tho GSth con gross was made notable by tho demon stratlon which was evoked by a reso lotion offered by Mr Williams the till norlty lelil r testifying to the cour tosy and Impartial manner In which Speaker Cannon had presided over the house Tho resolution was not of th prcfunctory kind but was expressive 0 tho kindly feeling which men In th houso of all parties entertained towar- him In a graceful speech tho speaker declared his appreciation of tho reso lutlon Many conference reports wero agreed to on bills which had been In dispute between tho two houses Tha only debate of any Importanco was on tho bill providing for the restorationito the naval academy or who had been dismissed for hazing the houso voting overwhelmingly against It Tho members after tin speaker announced final adjournment joined In singing patriotic airs and slowly filed out of tho hall utter shale ing hands with tho speakor- Congressman Nevin III Washington April 29 Congressman Nevln of Dayton 0 who has boon in bad health all session was taken with another attack of stomach trouble as is in bed at tho Cochran hotel Ill condition Is sufficiently serious arouse tho apprehension of friends Isthmian Commission Washington April 29The members of tho isthmian canal commission have returned to Washington from I tour ot inspection of the recently acquired canal property on the isthmus and will meet here next week THE CUNNING MOUSE A tiny mouse on pleasure bent Of human wiles all Innocent Away from home exploring went Allured by Biddys tempting bait Dinned Its greed to stimulate It started to Investigate Whats this I we Miss Mousey cried As soon as she the trap espied A cunning house with cheese tnsidel I think Ill take a little bite But wait she said with sudden fright Im not quite wire thaLlfs all right may be like those horrid trap IIt mother warned me of perhaps And when you nibble it quickly snaps ISo first of 1111 climb on top pull the catch to make it drop And when thafs safe then down Ill hpp And this was how the Httlo bandit Secured her prize contrived to land It lllddy couldnt understand It lAnd MOUAU danger It were nt That we employ both care and wit 111 we should prove the biter bit Hosnfeld in St Nicholas IHector KING CARRIED EGG BASKET How Denmarks Venerable Monarch Once Upon a Time Helped a Peasant Woman King Christian of Denmark dean of the worlds monarchs likes to move about among his people without ceremony Frequently during his dally walks about the streets of Copenhagen he has been known to hall a common cab and drive to his castle His plain quiet habits he has always maintained from the time when he was only an ordinary officer in the Danish army and had no thought of over bee kinglone Christian sat on a bench near Frcdensborg smoking his cigar and whisking the fallen leaves with his cane when an old peasant wom an tame along carrying a basketful of eggs She took a scat beside the king plalulyIs10u are from the neighborhood here I Bpoe kingIIcastle Is far from here I thought of selling my knowj the other side of BAT DOWN BESIDE TIE KING this park my good woman he an swered neighborInattily Yes am replied the king I thought so Then you might be a sergeantHave been maam said the plug smiling captain beeniNow the woman looked at the king very suspiciously Youll not tell me you are a colonel Have been the king said once more Then the woman folding her hands and rolling up her eyes sighed and said Dear me dear met I have seen such things before You have lost your posl tlon I guess and I know the reason It Is always whisky Dont taste It any yout the castle thedloss where to go the vhtehalred man from the wood stood smiling before her again You are stronger than h You can womani both de partment The cooks of course stared as they saw the king with the egg bas hot One of them having more presence of mind then his fellows ran toward him seizing the basket Your majesty he stammered Yes the woman said the eggs are for tho king Is ho at home As I am hero now I should like to see him Look at me then laughed King Christian I am the king backsuniformL0so that your people could recognize you Pleoso dont put me in jail You can take the eggs I dont want any money But King Christian laughed aloud or dered tho chef to pay her well for the eggs and left her a very muck amazed old woman Chicago Inter Ocean DOG KILLED BIG WILDCAT New Hampshire Foxhound Encountered a Fierce Opponent and Came Out Victorious In a fight between a foxhound and a wildcat the betting man would be inclined to place his money on the latter and feel that the percentage In favor of his winning would be great enoifeh to satisfy any reasonable man looking for a gamble Nevertheless a good husky wildcat was put to the bad bya foxhound In Charlestown N IL a few days ago which shows that It Is no cinch to bet on the wildcat No one saw the fight In which the wildcat In this particular Instance camo out second best but the results were very much In evi deuce William Swan proprietor of the Eagle hotel In Charlestown recently went out on the hills east of the vll Jage to see If he could start a fox Ills dog Sport had not been running long before he gave tongue and as Mr Swan thought was In hot chase after a foxIn the course of 15 or 20 minutes Mr Swan got sight of the dog and the ante SlOHT AND HIS MASTER mal he was chasing but at too great a distance to take a shot at It It was near enough however for him to see that It was no fox the dog was follow ing It looked formidable enough too to make the hunter think It would be well for him to fix himself with ammu nition different from that which he used to shoot foxes lie went to where he had left hit horse drove to tho hotel got satisfac tory ammunition and was half tray out to the hills again when he met the dog limping home Despite his lameness Sport appar ently was quite willing to go back again and piloted Mr Swan to where he only a short time before had had very strenuous and Interesting time There was a dead wildcat inthe middle of a plot of ground 20 feet square All around the space were evidences that there had been something doing The light brush was broken and scattered abqut indiscriminately was a lot of hair and numerous bloodstains That was all Sport could not tell how things happened to be that way but he seemed to bo pretty well satisfied with his own part In the mix up and the way he had come out of It He had been bitten In the right fore leg at the first joint an his nose and cars were scratched somewhat but there were no very serious Injuries The wildcats back had been oroken and one ot its shoulders was lacerated It weighed 20 pounds and certainly looked as If It might have been able to put up a fight Killing domestic cats is a mere pas time for this dog Sport and perhaps in his experience in this line he picked up a few points that were of use to him in his fight with the wild one Except a temporary lameness he suf fered no ill effects from the encounter and Mr Swan Is afraid that he Is likely to get a swelled head and worry the pet cats In the neighborhood more than ever Boston Globe STORY OF TWO SWALLOWS They Built a Nest In a Gentlemans Bedroom and Made Them selves at Home One morning two swallows flew Into the bedroom of Mr Chapman of Fro cestemourt Gloucester apd after several other visits at last built a nest In the room In due course four eggs were laid While the mother was sit ting the maid was never allowed to attend to the room but whenever she went near the nest the bird flew off If a stranger or any other member oi the household entered the room she flew away at once Mr Chapman how ever was especially favored Just as II they knew that he was the landlord and might press them for rent He could remove the hen from the neat place her back or handle the eggs and they never said a word The eggs having been hatched Mr Chapman noticed that the father always fed the same two youngsters and the hen ale ways the other two He tried to puz zle them by mixing up the babies but the parentsnever mistook ono pair for the other When the fledglings were able to fly the whole family went out for the day returning nt night One morning however they did not BO out but Instead all perched on the rail at the head of the bed and kept up a ceaseless twitter for fully an hour Then they took their leave for the year Mr Chapman kindly took means to prevent the window from ever being closed The Oldest Bell In America The first bell to ring in this hemis phere at Isabella San Domingo 1493 Is of bronze eight Inches high and six and a half Inches wide Best Cough Medicine for Chill JWhlnfor children you want one in which you can place implicit confidencetYou want ono that not only relieves but cures You want one that is un r questionably harmless You want one that is pleasant to take Chamberlains Cough Remedy meets all of thesefconditions There la nothing so goodrfor the coughs and colds incident to preIis no danger whatever from whooping cough when it is given It has been used in many epidemics of that dis ease with perfect success For sale DruggistI Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky 000Ourplus We solicit your patronage Jt 3 JAMES BENNETT Pra S S PARKES Cashitr j Robbed the Gravo A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver Philadelphia as follows 1 was in an awfulcondItion My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetiteIIgrowing weaker day by day physicians had given me up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided improvement I continued their use for three weeks and am now a welLman I know they robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only 60 cents guaranteed at East End DrugICoos drug store 1 14 EXPERIENCE t MARKaITRADE DESIGNS CGFYRGNTs tire Anyone rending sketch and description mu qnlckly ucertaln our opinion tlOnlllrlctl1oonadeDtftUandbOOkon Patent sealringpetentaiatentaIpfrtaj notice without charge In the Scientific JlmerltalIA handiomelr lllnitrated weekly rnt cIIo culation of any ctentlflo Journal Term SI eartroarmonths 4L Sold brail newideuenk Branca Ufflo OB V BU WMknxtoa 11 Are You a Dyspeptic If you are a dyspeptic you owe it le yourself and your friends to get well Dyspepsia annoys the dyspepticIfriends because his disease sours 1Kadolcure dyspepsia indigestion and sour stomach but this palatable recon structive tonio digestaut strengthens the whole digestive apparatus and sweetens the life as well as the stom ach When you take Kodol Dyspepsia iIs4 F EARLY RISERS TIE riMOOt LITTLE PILLS IPor ulck relist from Pillewnae Hctdseh Torpid Liver JIII din DlitlMM and sll troubles arts tag from IA iesottvsr sluggish tlwr MWIIfs Utile sUrly Risen ra us IIITlMrtot promptly led never grips Thf are M dainty the II U a ptawn U Uk thom On to tWI set u a mUd luall1 two or leer act as a pIsiMnt asffodvstharu They m purtly vepabl sad abohately kamls They tonic the ftvw TtU UUII IDmTTM eassua n zaNdu11eoata A Cure for Headache Any man woman or child suffering from headache billiousness or a dull drowsy feeling should take oneor two of DeWitts Litte Early Risers night and morning These famous little pills are famous because they are a tonlo 4 as well as a pill While they claense the system they strengthen and rebuild it by their tonic effect upon the liver 4 and bowels Sold bj East End Drug Co i 9r FM M I lruCITIZEN ItHHHHK +11111111 I I IIIII I II I HH IluH t1HIHK Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence published anleu signed in toll by the writer The name It not for publication but as an evidence of good faith Write plainly + H I I+H H I I 1111 I I I r I+H l+I 1HHHHHIHHfr OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON Apr 30Tho farmers aro hustling plowing and planting cornJohn and Paddio Gabbard of Cross roads aro visiting friends gull relatives o Island Creek Louis Cerlo our asses Hor was killed last Saturday eronill g by Price Moore causes unknown tt tho writlT B Venablo anti II L lkckuell have been working for the 0 K Lumber Co for the last week Steele Cole of Lower Buffalo has been visiting friends and relatives in our neighborhood for the last few tinysTeorgo Bowman who IJeeu working at Ileidleburg for tin last year has returned home to work the coming sUl11nllrThe small child of Curtis Burch whilo its mother was washing by accident caught on fire and was seriously i f not fatally burnetLsomo days ago Sheridan Peters who was shot some few weeks back is able to be 01 againHadle Frankling a sped peddler is visiting on Island Creek T Harvey and John Blake con template going west soon on a tou- for healthChurchat Walnut Grovt Sunday with large attendance and two members taken into church W J Blake is out into the picture business Win Mays the U S Marshal is homo again after a two weeks trip out among the moonshine ersTho school teachers are hustling now looking for schools There seems to be two teachers for each school showing n good increase in education so much for the advancement of our County ISLAND CREEK April 30 Elick Collins has pur chased a new cowTho Tramway of Island Creek is progressing nicely Miss Mattie Gentry the daughter of H D Gentry is just recovering from a slight attack of scarlet fever Tie tie hauling on Island Creek will soon be finished The 0 K Lumber Co has just finished sowing odeH D Peters lost two fine lOWS Saturday night AV S Pete and family are down with measles There were five persons baptised at Walnut Grove last Sunday Tho Free Masons of Sturgeon had n picnic the 27th iust GAB BA- R0May2J K Gabbard lost a fine ox recently Some other citizens also have lost stock Stephen Baker is postmaster at Floyd now Ho also planning to sell goods Stephen Gabbard has been appointed Asses sor of Oivsloy county to fill out the remaining two years of the term of Lewis Cole deceased James Gab bard was at Boonevillo last Saturday James T Wilson is getting of right well with his work towards building schoolhouse heroFee stuff is getting very scarce in this section Some preparations are being made toward building a school houso on Lower Wolf Creek Our vicinity is once Moro free of swell pox measles and mumps Uel Wilder got about 100 panels of his fence burned last Friday Price Moore had his examining trial Mon tiny Ho was bound over under a bond of 2000 JACKSON COUNTY SAND GAP May 2J K Morris of Birch Lic spent Friday night with his grandmother Jennie Morris Mrs Marti Lakes is visiting her gran1motho- Jacob r Hellard John Day and spent Sunday with his brother Bob J H Morris and family spent Sunda with John Brockman It is reported that John Alcorn has gone to parts unknown Tan bark is all tho talk Rebecca Morris and Mannio Hel lard spent Saturday and Sunday with their uncloJames Marcuin Born to tho wife of J W a bouncing boy Jim Will is a smile While Geo Brockman splitting rails tho glut bounced out and striking him in tho lnoutl- kliocke1 out six of his toethCircuit Court commenced at McKee KIRBY KNOB May 3Yillio Becknell is with relatives heroMrs Cora A Smith passed through hero last week on her wayto Berea Sue stoppedat tho Parks Sundayschcolon her wn back giving a very interesting talk on tho lesson Miss Ida Hayes went to McKee last week John Deano i still in McKee assisting J T Englo in his oilice Miss Mary Sparks is attending tho now school at McKee but gave her folks a pleasant surprise Wednesday by visiting them She returned to McKee Saturday Eliza Hurley an old Borea student writes n friend hero that she expects soon to assist in organizing a Sundayschool at Chestnut Flat churchTwo weddings occurred hero last week Goodt 1 r wt Abner to Miss Martha Gabban and Andy Leinheart to Miss Stella itose1C L Powell went to Alcorn last week and visited his brother Supt Alien owell1he three earolll child of Alice Norton died IIInst week and was buried in limo cemetery here Elisha lint ficld is still improving Chas Jones is able to stir out some BROADLANDS III tatter From a Former Kentuckian May 2llen are out at work in their shirt slevees this morning Heretofore they hero worked in theirs overcoats and walked to keep warn even when they ownedriding plows Most of the formats hero taro finished sowing oats but judging from the ponds in tho fields some will have to sow them over I see where someone writing to TilE CITIZEN advises those who have ferns in Kentucky to stay with them goalkyou dont work hard Thorn are too many pooplo in Kentucky who spend- r too much time in squirrel hunting and fishing If people would stay at homo and work as hard in Ky its men have to tern in Illinois they would do better There would not bo so much shooting and people would work together for the develop ment of their towns and neighbors God helps those who help themselves ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY May 2J H Sigmon was at Mt Vernon Saturday D C Pullins is very busy fixing up his bee hives and transferring the neighbors bees in to new hiresJ F Griffin of Mt Vernon was here Tuesday in the interest of Johnson candidate For Republican Committeeman of this districtD P Bethnrum was here several days in the interest of tin oppositionJ II Sigmon sold to Sam Lambert a cow and colt for 3 OOA car load of hogs was shipped frond here this week Price rspaid 5130Iicr filler Richmond preached here Saturday night Sun lily and Sunday night Ho is to Breach hero first Sunday of eac- hmonthA Sundayschool was also organized hereDISPUTANTA 1Ialllimd April 22 James Anglin of Climax Kyaged 70 years He leaves a wife and tens children He was a good Christian a good citizen and a bravo soldier in the chilwarSma11 pox is not so lentiful but there aro WinO cases yet in ClmaxDiedou April 22 Wesley Abnoys little boy of peen monia feverMrs Mary Gadd who- has been sick so long is no better George Baker and Miss Iattie Crou Ichor were married last wlCkJ W Auglin has just opened up a now store at Climax Thomas Hichmond had his fingers cut oil a fort days ago He is getting along very well Miss Mary Shearer is very sickwith that dread disease consumption G J Wild of Jackson County was over on business this wedltG V Owens went to Berea Saturday on business R A Swinford was elected District Chairman this week by the Republicans of Scaffold Cano Dis trictThero wore services at Clear Creek Sunday conducted J y Rev J ssifokSundayL R Rowlett and son Luther went to Richmond Monday wasiSharp is setting up his mill at R J Abnoys to saw logs for himDied on April 30th Wade Morgan Ho was buried at tho Witt Cemetery Mrs J E Croucher has a cow that found win calves this week George T Payno is very sick with measles Born to tho wife of W S Jones DrAAMADISON COUNTY BRASSFIELDt April 30Tho farmers in this vicinity are getting somo rest now on account of tho rain Some had bo gun planting cornMrs Nellie wife of Anderson Lakes is on the sick listW D Logsdon is restock ing his old store at this placeJ- y W Dalton is the busiest man hero Ho is an iron and wood mechanic and doesnt havo to look for ajobDI- A Logsdon of Panola has got rid of the old gray mare and has tho lime young mare known as tho S B BatesMaro H P Pearson has just returned trout a visit to Jackson County JI Broughton and wife mid E S Baker and wife of Panola were tho guests of Mrs Annie Owens Sunday rum glad tho case of Caleb Powers is docketed in tho Court of Public opinion sand truly hopo that God will interfere in behalf of this o x scents Eight cents a pound is what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh She was thin and weak and paid one dollar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by tak ing regular doses had gained twelve pounds in weight before the bottle was finished Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable ma terial Some pay more some less some get nothing for their money You get your moneys worth when you buy Scotts Emulsion We will send you a little free SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street New York coc and Sioo all druggists young tallented and innocent mm and deliver him with his life ut of the handy of these cruel iHirstrut ors who have no regard for him his mother or his innocenceMiiy Berea College keep on rolling the wheels of progress educating till poor with the rich teaching then moral religion and the cultivation of good principle and every good habit that they may enjoy the blessing of life thus slaking the Institn tion great factor in the historyof civilization in Kentucky DREYFUS May 2Dry It A Hudson who has IxHti sick for some time is im jroving Mrs J C Powell and son Charles made a trip to Kiehmom Thursday Tom Lakes has returned from a two weeks stay at Mt Sterling KL 0 Powell and Lewis Sandlin Sr were Heron visitors Tuesday Bro Jnines Parsons will preach at the Baptist church Friday night before the Mrd Saturday in this month EverylxxlycomeDhow Lain and Miss Laura Campbell of Kingston attended church hero Sun day11 S Brockman of Sand Gnp pasMil through hero Sundayon his way to Hichmond L C Powell and Miss Sallie Lain of this place were married at liichmond Saturday Judge Turpin oiHciating The newly married couple went immediately to Cincinnation a pleasure trip fay their future lift bo n long aUlI happy one WHITES STATION April 30Mr mid Mrs 111 Twiggaroat homo from Florida where they have lieeu flj ending time winter W M Shelton has gone to Cincinnati to live Robert K Hewlett for merly of this place but now of Canton 0 was married to Miss Nettie Brissel of that city on April 2ith Geo D Barclay is now doing busi ness in his now blacksmith shop Dudley II Hewlett mettle a business trip to Cincinnati last week T B Dunn has lost a flue colt II S Morgan attended Court last week WALLACETON May 3 Fargy Collwell is salter ing with an abcess in his hip and back Drs P and L Cornelius op erated on him last weekllr Tread way anti wife from Owsley county ire here looking for a farm to pu- rchasllliss Bottle Elkins has been visiting Miss Hadie Wyley tIlt past iveek Mack Maupin anti wife were the guests of B B Gabbard and Family last Sunday George Italian returned from Cincinnati last Friday where he had been with a carload f hogs WHAT HAPGOODS HAS DONE During the year 1003 Hajgoods Mans placed in high grade positions over 500 young College University Technical School ganluatcs Our campaign for 1901 is now in progress More firms than over are looking to us for capable graduates and wo wish to get in touch at once with ivory senior who will be looking for a position in business or technical work Write nearest office for hook ets llapgooils 800 Broadway New York Hartford Bldg Chicago Penn ylvaniaBldgPhiladelhiaVilljain son Bldg Cleveland Pioneer 0 Seattle Colorada Bldg Washington ilinn Loan tC Trust Bldg Minneap oliRj Chemical Bldg St Louis Park Hldg Pittsburg Quick Arrest J A Gulledge of Verhona Ala was twice in the hospital from n severe case of piles causing 21 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Buck lens Arnica Salvo quickly arrested further inflammation and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain 2iic- at the East End Drug Co Made Young Again One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put mo in my teens again whiles D II Turner of Dompsoytown Pn They aro the boat in the world for Liver Stomach and Bowols Purely vega table Never gripe Only 2fc nt the East End Drug C- oBlame No One But Yourself if You Dont Get Well When Sick All we can do la give advice Of course thats easy Rut our mlvio Is rcnlly worth a little moro to you thnn most peoples for we offer to Klvo you the tint bottle of our medicine free If It tails to help you- We could not afford to do this unless our medicine was good Such nn offer on tho wrong kind of medicine would put ft merchant prince In tho poor house Dr Miles Ncrvlno however as years of experience town proved Is a modi clno that cures tho sick Thoso whom It cannot benefit loss than ono in ten thouwind wo prefer to refund their money Alt we ask of you Is to try Dr Miles Restorative Nervine for your complaint If you suffer from sleeplessness nervous exhaustion dizziness headache mus cular twltchlnca melancholy loss of memory weak stomach poor blood bilious troubles epilepsy St Vltus Dance etc wo will guarantee to benefit you or refund your money You are the doctor yearbecameto serious that wo were compelled to take him out of school After several physicians had failed to relieve him we lr Miles Nervine n trial Ten months treatment with NervinG and Liver Pills restored our boy to perfect healthant JOHN S WILSON Deputy Co Clerk Dallas Co Mo FREEWrite us gait wo will mall me Trial mckn o of Or Miles AntiPain Plllf the New Scientific llrmctly for Pain Also Bymp tom blank for our Specialist to diagnose- your case and tell you what la wrong end how to right Alwnlutcljr Address DR MILKS MKDICAI CO LAUOltATOlUEd JiLKIlAKT INDo A Long Walk Is often followed by Sore Tired Aching Burning Feet Inrncnmpli relieves Soro Feet quicker than any other known remedy It draws out tho fever and inflammation It cools it soothes it cur- esAzbill n AzbillA- re headquarters for CORN HAY and rEED STUFF Of all kinds Wo aro closing out a lot of china and tin warn nUo n lot of inona Pants and Hats for loss than cost For a00 you can get a nitro lint and n pair of Pants Work Shirts from 20c to- Me regular SOc and f0c shirts O11o Milo East of Boron on time HK 11111 Plko Good Advice Is to tell your neighbors to use Par icamph for Cold in tho Head or Chest It relieves Colds Catarrh and Sore Throat quicker than any other known remedy because it opens tho pores induces perspiration and removes con cation It drives away that stop pod up fooling and draws out all fever and inflammation Try it It vont tako n minute and it will re hove you in less ti- meDragging Pains 2825 Kcelcy St CIIIOAOO Oct 2 1902- I tuffered with fallingand congestion of tho severe tho groins I Buf ferret terribly at the of men struntionlhnd blinding headaches blood to tho brain What to try knew not for it seemed that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wine of Cardul that blessed remedy for sick women I found it pleasant- to take and soon knew that I the medicine New blood seemed to course through veins and after using eleven bottles I was a well woman II II Mrs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak lag Wino of Cardui in her home Tho first bottle convinces tho pa tient sho is on the road to health For advice in cases requiring special directions address giving symptoms The Lobes Advisory Iepartmcnt The Chattanooga Chattanooga Tc- nnWINECARDUI RESULTS COUNT II huyorhowAnd thirty are tho thins that guide us always in the buying of our vehicles First wo consider IEAfIhow the vehicle is built tho kind and temper of time springfl tho material in tho wheels the lifof tho vehielo tho trimmings of the seats hacks and tow tho system of pointing lined Thou wo look lor STYLli style lull slmpo stylo in fiuialrstyin in nppesrnnooIf want n ntyllrtli lung wnring noel thoroughly satisfactory vl ttlclotno Hotterwhat kind youll timid it in our rt Xsiiory BICKNELL EARLYChe- stnut Street DEUBA KY u DISTRIBUTING DEPOT FOR iifALL GALVANIZED STEEL WIRES FOR FIELD FARM AND HOG FENCING i THE ONLY ELECTRICALLY WELDED FENCE KVKUY ROD aUARANTKICO PKRKECT The DURABLE Fence None so STRONG S5 All large wires 4J I S I i Highest EFFICIENCY J IJI LOWEST COST alt NoT ipsfto hold jt t Moisture tv and cause sA t RustZZ =Urtsuvaumt Essacr Pcaoixu tlcctalstla- tAbsolutely STOCK PROOF Wa cm SAVE YOU MONEY en Finelng CALL AND SEE IT Wo buy in Car Ioad lots In order to make you the lowest priers possible S E WELCH JRBorea Ky n +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +O+O +o +o +od o + o + 0o I Flowers Flowers Flowers Io + Roses Cnrnntionn Violets till ItalilinK Plants t t f tDesilnA+ 1 9 All orders filled promptly Telephone 183 10 t Richmond 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