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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ffk Presidents Office X JJoroa C I1egol1 IMftl1IIM I rt r H +l I r I a Entered JAMES at IAI Editor Podoff MILTON clou end mailmotor al Publisher Sena Ay CERTIiE CITIZESixteen Departments Pages I+I+HI HHIII Ii VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 12 lOOt One dollar a year NO 17 Ile IDEAS Homo inun are Bliorlnifjliled that llioy will employ small jwlatocfl for wed They are tliokindof jium whu do not Ixjliuvo in diication- Kuinily expcnson mid uniiiiiil Hub FeHeriplious uro liko revolutions They t never JO backwards If a good net benefits no ono olser it iMMiulitH tlio door TAKE NOTICE- If you are in arrears with The l Citizen or if your subscription ex pires in this month you will find a statement folded in your paper this week Read our generous offer on page 5 carefully then fill in blank and mail to The Citizen Berea Ky at once Be sure to be among the first 50 and get the extra premium FROM THE WIDE WORLD It III II II lCd that tho Japanese 1 loan of f50KXVKX will ho IWIUH a nod week tSirHenry M Stanley the African explorer died in 1ondoii Mn laiiil of plLMiropiiumiionia A tnuiHjort conveying foreign military attaclivfl to till Hcene of war has wrecked near Shimonewki It is tttatcd that the MiniHtrrH of the Powers at IVkin China an 1l Hooking to maku the Chinese Oovnrn count observe strict neutrality Tliu Jawneso fleet made anollie iiiiHfimHNful attempt to block tilt entrance to Port Arthur harbor It ill claimed at Tokio that n NUll late thetthe lauding of Japanese truojw lit IitMwo null Purl Adams Thu rail road has bttMrocciipiiHi and the tele graph lines cut Viceroy Alexiof trhurriedly di mrted with his MalT o forces 1uru variously e t minted at from 20iOO to 30000 The ItiiKHian authorities say that Port Arthur is impregnable nuts provisioned to stand a years fliege oho siw of the garrison is not thought to exceed 10000 IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Harvard defeated Princeton in their tenth annual dcl ntu A ImiUtorm at Wulh La pile drifts of twelve inches aguiiiBt buildings All thou glass in n NiHsungui tniin Wins broken Tho United States Canal Com mission has iiHMimod control of the Panama Canal route andof till prolcrtyof thin Intiamn Canal Com jKiny Secretaryof thou Treasury Shaw nays thou Panama canal payment will not caiisu say filianciul disturbance The motley will Iw paid out grad uallyThirtyfivu thousand loaves of bread were received in Chicago today from Pittsburg to relieve tlio famine tlireatene by tilt bakers strike The ollicnl announcement of thou at tendancu at the 1111 ill Purchasu Exposition on April HO the opolllllg dayus made by President Francis was 187713 The Government is to sow n largu tract of land in thou Yellowstone Park in alfalfa for tliu puqioHo of feeding thou park elk and other wild animals during the winter Secretary of War Tuft has outlined tilt plan of government to prevail with the iHlhmian Canal Company Gen George W Davis is to In Gov ernor of thou American zoiio on the iHthmus The body of Edward L Venlz tho young Philadelphia millionaire who mysteriously eli llppellrc11 lust October from Big Stone Gap Va was found Sunday by a boy while out hunting cows on thou mountain side COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Freight trains collided on thou bridge at Henderson Ky with this estrous results Thu annual convention of thou Ken lucky Society of Christian Endeavor was held at Glasgow The Democratic State Executive Committee at Lexington decided to call the Stato convention for Louis villa JUliO 8 Col midMrs George W Blather i man formerly of Maysvillu Ky were thrown from an automobile in St Louis nod severely injured Thu Kentucky delegates to thou Republican National Convention met null elected John W Ycrkes Nation id CommSlteemnn from Kentucky t Tliu appeal from the Harrison Circuit Court sentencing Curtis Jctt to lifo imprisonment for thou murder of James Marcum was dismissed before tho Court of Appeals nut tho prisoner will betaken to tho pcuiten tiary Ho will now lava to ho par dosed before ho can IHJ executed fur the murder of Cockroll J PIERPONT MORGAN JR WHO MAY SUCCEED HIS FATHER The prevent visit of J P Morgan Jr to America It In Bald foreshadows the retirement of tho elder Morgan J r Morpin Jr who iiiuy succeed him at the head of Morgan nITurn In large and athlutlc niul only thirtyseven years of nuts Ills ImttlnoK training tins been under way fur years la thou Loiiduti lunklut bouito of hU father DR MAYO AN APOSTLE OF EDUCATION Tho Rev Dr A D Mayo hoots Icon paying Herea another extended visit and now students and citizens who have recently wine into the vil lage will bo interested in some ac count of this distinguished educator More thou twenty years ago Dr Mayo left an ini orlant pastorate at thou Hast to devote himself to thu work of ouloling general education throughout the Southern States He had Ikea active in public lire for many years In the early days of thou Kepublicau party he was associ ated with William II Seward of New York thud loiter won distinction in Ohio as an advocate of the Bible in the public schools When Dr Mayo olx ycd the in ward call to thou ministry of educa tion in till South ho obtained letters of introduction fromSu erintcndcnts of instruction in nearly all the Northern States and hind already such an acquaintance in Washington that ho secured the friendship of the leading senators and representatives from the South Democrats us well as Republicans Through these men hu was introduced to the beards of education nod mi crintcndcnts of education throughout the South To thou Southern States thou educa thou of all tho people was a now idea and they had not mon who wuru ox jwrienced in tho methods miilahlo for popular education Dr Mayo went from city to city and from state to state inspecting such schools as were already in existence and giving RUg gestions for their improvement and for thou founding of new ones Hu consulted momlerH of thou several state legislatures governors of thou states mayors of cities until worked in connection with different societies which were contributing to education in thou South In theso travels he first visited tturca before there was any railroad lucre in thou early years of President Fairchildfl administration and hu has frequently eomo since to give general lectures to tho Faculty tho advanced students with Homo puhlic addresses to citizens nut the entire student lady In later years his travels have been more restricted because of his IIllmncI fug age and still more important work hu is doing in con nection with thou Bureau of Educa lion at Washington Dr Harris thou head of this Bureau leas long em played Dr Mayo to edit important publications to be issued by the government nut for some years ho has bean at work upon a history of common school education throughout thou United States This work is slowly king published by the United States Government and will consist of many volumes relating to the progreks of thou public schools in each and every state in tho Union In this present visit Dr Mayo has held numerous consultations with the President and members of thou Faculty and given live ini ortant addresses one on the educational outlook in Kastern Kentucky at the banquet given to till County SujHrintendentsj another on the consecrated spirit necessary for a teacher at a platform muting of the Superintendents Sat urday night a thinl to the entire laxlyof students on Sunday givingan account of thou great Christian merchant Atoms Lawrence a fourth to till entire student lady on Monday afternoon on the subject of Universal education and a firth to thou Faculty and iiiutiilwrfl of the College Convocation in thou East Room at till Ladies Hall on Satur day night BIG BATTLE FOUGHT The Russians Lost lleavilyrIAeut- OcnaSassalitch Being lie ported Among Dead A BOMBARDMENT OF PORT ARTHUR No Truth In the Retort That the Vlad ivostok and Port Arthur Squad rons Effected a Junction A Complete ReEtUbllihment of Rail road and Telegraphic Commu nlcatlon With Port Arthur Brought About ParJi May ItTh Matins St Pei torsburg correspondent cayi It Is per sistently rumored that there has boon a big fight near MaoTlen Ling pass between tho Russians and Gen Kuro kls army Tho Russians ho says lost heavily Llout Gen Sasaulltch being among the killed London May 11Tho Toklo corror spondont of tho Morning Post cabling under data of May 10 says that a high anglo bombardment Port Arthur Is proceeding St Petersburg May ItAn official Investigation shows thero Is no truth In tho report that the Vladivostok sail Port Arthur squadrons havo effected a juncture after a naval battle In which both squadrons suffered losses St Petersburg May 11irho most Important official news tram tho front up to this hour Is that telling of tho complete reestablishment of railroad and telegraphic communication with Port Arthur though how It was brought about and whether a battle was necessary to accomplish It are 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each one ud spill Ills thoat An the Air Is taturutrd With thu sweetness of each note An my heart frets like a goblet llrlninlir full o Bpnrklln wlnel An the nay my fouls nllftln I caret hardly blleve Its mine Ami my fret are almost jlggln An the dlory of the Sky Sorters got mo 0111 coin I could flop my wings an flyt I could almost Hop my pinions 1th a glad ecftntlc whoop An jest whirl up out the winder An go southward with a whoop An perch somewhere In some treetop Where falltinted blossoms cling And Jest spread my tare wide open An permit my soul ter slngl But they aint no pinions on me- An I couldnt sIng a note It alone the sort o anthem Thatd split n fullers t oat Hut I can slug In my fancy Till the music seem ter roll An I do go swoopln southward On the pinions 0 my soul SO I slam the winders open Hoer year about tills time An ray old fret sit ter jlggln Ar my hearts n glass o wine An my young soul gore awlncln To an autumn tinted wood An the skies are arC1 In splendor An the world seem mighty goods M Lewis In Houston lot THE MISSISSIPPI BUBBLE j By EMERSON IIOUCII f Author of The Story the Cowboy The Girl at the 8aUwynoseEtcC- crJdgbtlistbyLwsri anugb4 CHAPTER XXX THE KMJIASSY Monsieur Madame Pierre Nolr Stolen to niol 1 have saved you I Jtun Ureboouf I liave rescued you bo spoke Jean Ltrcboettf thrusting liii head within the door of the lodge in which were the remaining prisoner of the Iroquois t whoturoltlng beyond the outer edge of the village lieu been among the first to dopy an approaching party of visitors Of any travelers possible none could have been more important to the pris oners Too late yet welcome even now the embassy trout New France among the lroquols had arrived In an instant the village wee in an up roarThe leaner of this embassy from Que hoe was one Capt Joncalre at that time of the French settlements but in former years a prisoner among the Onondagos where he was adopted Into the tribe and much respected Jon caire was accompanied by a priest of the Jesuit brotherhood by a young ameer late of the regiment Carlgnan and by two or three petty Canadian officIals ns well as a struggling retinue pf savages plcled up on the way between Lake George and the Indian villages He advanced now at the head of his little party bearing In his hand a wampum belt He pushed nude the young men and demanded that he be brought to the chief of the village Ttganlsoris himself presently advanced to meet him and of him Joncalre de manded that there should at once be called a full council of the tribe with which request the chief of the Onon dacos hastened to comply Fully accustomed to such ceiprao nles Joncalre sat In the council calm by listening to the speeches of its orators and at length arose for his own reply Brothers said he I have hlrpand he drew from his tunic a copy of the decree of Louis XIV de claring peace between the French and the English colonlosa talking paper This Is the will of Onontlo whom you love and fear and It Is the will of the preat father across the water whom Onontlo loves and tears This talking paper says that our young men of the French colonies are no longer to go to waragainst Corlaer The hatchet has been hurled by tho two great fathers Brothera I have cume to tell you that it Is time fcr the Iroquois also to bury the hatchet and to place upon It heavy stones bo that it never again can be dug up Brothers as you know the great canoes front across thesea are bring ing more and more white men Look about you and tell me where are your fathers and your brothers and your sons Half your fighting men are gone and If you turn to the west to seek out strong young men from the other tribes which of them will come to sit by your fires and be your brothers The war trails of the na dons have gone to the west as far as the Great river All the country has been at war The frlends of Onontlo beyond Mlchlllmncklnac have been so busy fighting that they have forgotten to take the beaver or If they have taken It they have been afraid to bring It down the water trail to us lest tho Iroquois or the English should rob them Brothers a great peace Is now declared Onontlo the father of all the red men line taken the promlsen of his children the Hurons the Alwfon qulns the Mlamls the Illlni the Outa Bamles the OJIbways all those peo plea who live to the west that they will follow the war trail no moro Next hummer there will be a great council Onontlo and Corlaer have agreed to call the tribes to meet at tho Moun tain In the St Lawrence Onontlo says to you that he will give you back trout prisoners and now he demands that you In return glee back those whot joit may have with you This la his will and If you fall him you handIhave pris oners here white prisoners These takeIIndian captives It U the will of Onon tlo that you bring them all to the Great Icare In the summer and that you then all of you help to dig the great hill under which the hatchet U going to be burled Then once more our rivers will nut be red and will more like water The sun will notI shine red but will look as the sun should look The sky will again be blue Our women and our children IroIqllolsgood Teganlsorls replied In the same strain as that chosen by Joncalre as suring him that he was his brother that his heart went out to him that the Iroquois loved the French and that If they had gone to war with them It was but because the young men of CorlatT had closed their eyes so that they could not see the truth As to these prisoners said he take them with you Vc do not want them with us for we fear they may bring us harm Our medicine man coun seled us to offer up one of these prisoners as a sacrifice to the Great SplrlJ- We did so Now our medicine man has a bad dream lie says that the white men are going to come and tear down our houses and trample our fields When the time comes for the peace the Iroquois will be at the Mountain Brother we will bury the hatchet and bury It so deep that henceforth none may ever again dig It Is well said Joncalre abruptly My brothers are wise Now let the council end for my path Is long and I must travel back to Onontlo at once Joncalre knew well enough the fickle nature of these savages who might the morrow demand mother council and perhaps arrive at different conclusions Hearing there were no white prisoners In the villages farther to the west ho resolved to set forth at once upon the return with those now at hand Hurrying therefore as soon as might be to their leader ho urged him to make ready forthwith for the Journey bak to the St Lawrence tnless I touch mistake monsieur said he to Law you are that same gentleman who so set all Quebec by BOUND IAN ANt FOOT the oars last winter My faith The regiment Carlgnan had cause to re Jolco when you loftfor up river even though you took with you half the ready coin of the settlement Yet come you once more to meet the gentlemen of France and I doubt not they will be glad as over to stake you high as may be In this povertystricken region You have been far to the westward I doubt not You were perhaps made prisoner somewhere below the straits Far below among the tribe of the Illlni In the valley of the Messasebe You tell me so had thought no white man left In that valley for this season And madamethis child surely twas the first white InCa t born In the great valley And the most unfortunate Nay how can you say that since you have come more than half a thou sand miles and are all safe and sound today Glad enough we shall be to have you nail madame with us for the winter If Indeed It be not for longer dwelllug I cannot take you now to the English settlements since I must back to the governor with the news Yet dull enough you would find these Dutch of the Hudson and worse yet the bluenosed psalmodists of New England Much better for you and your good lady are the gayer capitals of New France or la belle France itself that older France Monsieur how Infinitely more fit for a gentle man of spirit Is France than your dull England and Its Dutch lung Either New France or Old France let me ad vise you and as to that new west let me counsel that you walt until after the big peace And In speaking your friend Du Mesno your lieutenant the courour his fate I suppose one need not ask He was killed where Law recounted the division of his party just previous to the Irotjuols at tack and added his concern lest Du Mesne should return to the former sta lion during the spring and find but Its ruins with no news of the fate of his friendsOh as to that twould be but the old story of the voyageurs said Jon calre They are used enough to journeying a thousand miles or so to find the trail end In a heap of ashes and to the tune of a scalp dance Fear not for your lieutenant for believe me ho has fended for himself If there has been need Yet I would warrant you now that this word for the peace has gore OH we shall see your fflcnrt Dn Mcsne as big as life It the Mountain next summer Knowing as much of your history as you yourself do nnd quite counting upon meeting you with us on the St Lawrence and madame as well As to that methinks madame will be better with its on the St Lawrence than on the savage Messasebe We have none too tinny ilnnoj among us and I need not state what unsleurs eyes have told hips every morningI that a fairer never set loot from ship from over seas Witness my lieutenant yonder Ilaoul de Llgnyt He Is thus soon all demotion Molu r of God but w0 are well met here in this wilderness among the savages Volla monsieur We take you again captive and tis madame enslaves ns all There had Indeed ensuod conversa tlon between the young French above named nn I Mary o11clrII yet prompt ns might have former with gallant attentions to 0I fnlr a captive It could not have been said that he was allowed the first ad vances Mary Connynge oven aftern month of starving foot trnrol nail another month of anxiety at the Iroquois villages had lost neither hr rounded body her brilliance of eye and color nor her subtle magnetism of persona ity It hind taken stronger head thor that of Haoul de Lltny to withstand even her slight request How then as to Mary Connynge supplicating entreating craving of him protection Ah you brave Frenchmen said the to De Llgny advancing to him aa lie stood apart twisting his mustaches end not unmindful of this very possi bully of a conversation with the captive You brave Frenchmen how fun we thank you for our salvation It was all so horrible It Is our duty to save all madame lejolned De Llgny our happiness un speakable to sawn such as mndame I sweur by my sword had as soon expected to find fin nngel with the Iro quuls as to meet there madame Que blocnU Quebec has told me wit madame was and Is And I am y6pr slaveOh sir could you but mean that and there was turned upon him be full power of a gaze which few n en had ever been able to withstand Ibe blood of Do Ligny tingled as bo bovod and replied I If madame could but demand dhe proof t Mary Counyngo stepped closer fto him Hush slit sell Speak low Do not let It seem that we Are hutestcd Keep your own counsel you do this 4 The eyes of the young ofUcer gleamed He was bold enough to re spond This his temptress noted He nodded You see that man the tall one John Law Listen It Is from him I ask you to save me Oh sir there Is my captivity What Your husband Hetsnot my husband Iolsn thousand latrdons child your 1 alU6ftwIPish Tie the child of an Indian womanOh The blood again came to thA young gallants forehead Listen I toll you I have ben saner brier thAn a prisoner In the mans hands He has abased me threatened me would have beaten alelIdame Mademoiselle Tie true We have been far In the vest nail I could not escape Good Providence hat now brought my roe cueand you monsieur Oh teal me that It hat brought me safety and also a friend that It har brought me you With every pulse atingle every vein afire what could the young gallant do What but yield but promise but swear hut rage Rush said Mary Connynge her own eyes gleaming Walt The time will come So Fonn as we reach the settlements I leave him and forever Then Their hands met swiftly He tins not spoken to me for weeks other than words of Yes or No Do this or Do that Walt Walt How soon shall we he at Montreal Less than n month Twill seem an age swear Madam Interrupted Law pardon but Monsieur Joncalre bids ns be ready Come help me arrange the packs for our Journey Perhaps Lieut de Llgny for so I think they name you sirwill pardon us and vlll consent to resume his conversation laterAssuredly said De Llgny I shall walt monsieur So madam said Law to Mary Con iiynse as they at last found them selves alone In the lodge arranging their few belongings for transport we are at last to regain the settlements and forta time at least must forego our home In the farther west In tlmcOh In time What mean you Why we may return Never I have hind my fill of savaging That we are left alive Is mighty merciful To eu thither again never And If I go As you like Meaning madam What you like Law seated himself on the corded pack bringing the tips of his fingers togetherThen my late sweetheart has some what changed her fancy I have no Honey left What I was once to you I shall not recall more than I can avoid In my own mind As to what you hoard from that lying man Sir Arthur Listen Stop Neither must you Insult the dead nor the absent I have never told you what I learned from Sir Arthur though It was enough to Let me well distraught- I doubt not that he told you twas I who befooled Lady Catharine that twos I who took the letter which you sentStay I No He told me not so much u that But be Pond YOU toitethar have told me enough to intv a that I wat the basest wretch on earth the nos gullible the most unspeakably false end cruel How could I have doubiud the faith of Lady Catharine how but for you Oh Mary Connynge Mary Counyngo Would God a man wero so fashioned he might better withstand the argument of soft flesh and shining eyes admit believed the disloyal one mill doubted her who was loyalty Itself And you would go back Into the wilderness with one who was as false as you sny- Never replied John Law swiftly Tls as you yourself soy Tls all over Hell Itself hath followed mo Now let It all go one with tle offer little with big I did not forget nut should thought tried It agate Rack to Europe back to the gaming tn le5 to the wheels and cards I go again and plunge Into It madder than ever chanleIImadam doubt not So as you claim my protection hero or any wnere on carthInthe west la Franc In England It Is yours for I pay for tut tally like a nnn be assured of iha The child Is ours anti It must be ron nldcrcd Hut once let me find soul In unfaithfulness once let me hnoW that you resign methen John Liw Is frvo I shall meantime see Catharine Knol lye again I shall give her my hearte anguish and I shall have Tier huirit scorn In return And then Mary Con nynge the cards dice perhaps rtilnk perhaps gold and the end Madum ra member And now come To fie Continued A VISIBLE ARGUMENT Irfenr of Ciillruc lEiltlcnlliiit Meta iiiriMil liy nil luiiri ltrl- llijrrl lenunS- omnn uneducated people are vtctlria of the fallacy ears Youths pomci nl n that because thorn are gradual ofr legs who are unworthy of the Instit i lion that has tried to do so mvh u them therefore colleges are bail T It Rev ThO P limit relates In Ilia pl Ited autobiography n litful Ui which he corrected one man prej diceWhile I was spring as np nt f r Lafayette college I applied to a wi ltl merchant for a donation amt alr i urged him to take a itrhvilarhhlp and have hits sons educated I found hll3i no strongly confirmed In the pinto p that a collie education U Inn the rue to worthlnuinmw that I deiiahd ftut arguing with him After dinner I proposed a want WI made a thorough visit to the wharves grogshop and hotels of the plate After supper I remarked What a pity that many of the wurtblem idle nuisance we have seen In walk todAy have spent their time ourI their fathers money In college CollegeM said he Why there Ir not n collet toy among them Titer are Ignorant their parent dn not auto church nor read the Bible Coilegw Indeed had hits You ere then I snld that young tutu may be ruined without n college education I admit that college hays may be rnlmd not In con sequence of education but rather It spite of It Statistic show that a smaller proportion of college students become worthless than of any other Mass of young men In the eollntri A ROYAL ROSTI YntiHK Mil lilininii Story lIraeetl the Cu oiniiin lull ut the Iuud qurrlt IUiproud of her navy and showed much attention and Vlndnen specially when resident In the Isle of Wight to naval officers Admirals anti captains were often Invited to her table out Juntas offlceis were uskcd to ontri talnmcrls nnd evening partlna at Us borne says London M A I A cer tain midshipman Wow a popular first lull was otuo pre ol t on uu of tiics5 fontlve occasions and the queen seated In her uccnsttnioil low easy chnlr In another part of he draw- Ing room observed the young olllflr- In the middle of a group of court ladles who appeared to b greatly enjoying some story with which ho was enter taining theta The queen who was In conversation with her minister In attendance promptly desired him to request time young midshipman to come over and repeat for her delectation thin anecdote which had afforded su much diversion to her ladles The unfortunate youth obeyed the royal behest with much inward perturbation for lima blef point of the story which ho now found him self called to recount to till car of her majesty happened to He In the tact of his having once succeeded In mat ing a fool of his superior officer At the tale progressed till fnvnl counte nance was overspread not with smuts hut with gathering frowns and when It came to a halting conclusion the only comment was thin cutting remark We are not in tho least amused Her 3loii e Worth When Mrs Slddons was acting In the Grecian Daughter hor part was one night taken by an understudy But the character of Isabella was a moving one and an Irlidi lady present wits almost hysterically affected Ly It It Is fortunate Mrs Sid dOlls Is not acting tonight said the gentleman beside her If thlu moves you so much you would hardly be able to bear that at all Mrs Sldtions not playing cried the weeping lady I thougbt she was never should have cried U I hadnt Youths Companion DR V H HOBSON JI Dentist J htololtofHco y u v The East End Drug Co do noti hesitate to recommend Kod l pepsin Cure to their friends and CUI touiers Indigestion caused moro ill t health than anything else It der sages the stomach and brings on all manner of disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digestH what you oat cures in digestion dyspepsia and all stomach disorders Kcdol is not only a per feet digestant but n tissue building touio as well Itenowed health per feet strength and increased vitality follow its use wptwnMtleblal tad Vrira fklfoaJnorur r FrM watch aDd report rateelau Iq h I rOpCured His Mother of Rheumatism My mother linn been a mitleror for many years with iheumatim says W H Howard of Husband PH II At times alma was unable to move at all while at nil times walking was painful I presented beer with a Iwttlo Chamberlains Tain Helm suit after Iorfew applications she decided it was mobt wonderful ptiin rollover site hind ever tried in fact she is never without it now ami is at nil times able to walk An occasional application of Pain Hahn keeps away the units that Aw wan formerly troubled with Forrnlu by S K W Ich Jrdrtiggfot 8 GoaL lovestmant Pot B17TJ will lend bf iprM not l rpld- eumplrtw Mptrle- qTlgrepb wnh Dr1 nettry nlatwoelull IIinirUuni tor IttrnlDf TELKGIIAPH OPKUATIXG A fudnitlnr ttody that will atl 7oa to re gWB mTele raphCatalowhichhuquite ftTtrUlrol mooch eI MtecIIllne or fur tb tng I will tend T lpuoD ouioc HERMAN C TAFEL IVtHTTMINO lltCTHIOl ta e iff ewes as lOIIKVIllI ae 4I J J AZBILLS Is the place to got your Blacksmith Ing lone We have the tools and the skillHorseshoeing 50o Wa aw for good work and low prices Everybody come Bits BILL Pus 1 MILl EAST BCBEA REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College hu secured a market for homespun and homewoven goods such as bed coverlids linen droll linsey jeans blankets etc at follow lag prices Comlidi Z 4 to 16 Linen 40 to 60 cents a yard Drees Linser DO cents s yard Jeans CO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes f3 a pair While linsoy and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2 yards 00 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wanta to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For information apply la per non orMrsolHet He W Graham Hares Kjr Whooping Cough In tho spring of HI01 my children had whooping cough snys Mrs D Capps of Cappn Ala I URudIChamberlains Cough Ilomedy with tho most satisfactory results I think this Is tho best remedy I havo over 180en for whooping cough This re keeps tho cough loose lessons the severity anti frequency of tho coughing spells and counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia For sole by S E Welch Jr druggist Buggyor Carriage i tHarnessI WEATHER and fine FINE invite you to drive for pleasure cud pro fit Dote your Harness look as well nn root of your turnout or is it shabby thus detract from the general appearance If thetun an easy way out of it Select n now sot vof Buggy or Carriage Har ness front Our Ltrgo Stock at aAtoniahingly reasonable prices However if you decide to stake your old liar f ness do lot ua put it in good repair for you It wont cost much T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond KV Paracarnpli- Ilrmorrft Iunplo Illotchc and Black Hrntlh Bent Iuti Bruises and Swelling If you dofnot any it ii the beat remedy you ever used vr Toll refund your mo- neyMONUMENTS arI Um Hiditon Stituirf Onnll end MtrbU Work of all kinds done In a workmanlike manner at ron onabl prices andwltb dispatch Allwork guar I anteed bj GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky rtemMot Main and Cnlllnt Streets riA Curo For Piles I had n bad case of piles nayn O F Carter of Atlanta Ga and con culled n physician who advisedmo to try n box of DuWittn Wich Hazel Salve I purchased a box and was entirely cured It is splendid for riles Riving relief Instantly mind I heartily recommend it to all suffer ers DeWHtH Witch hazel Salvo U unequalled for Its healing qualities L2czenm and otbur skin diseases also sores outs burns and won nil of every kind are quickly cured by it Sold by Kant End Drug Co Druggists GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR ATIST LOtJIS i USE THE- RENDERSON J ROUTE THE LINE THAT IS COMFORTABLEBEYOND IIRECLINING Official Routo For Kentuckians To ST LOUIS tIAsk for our rates CEO L GARRET LIIRWINI Tray PJSST Agt Gn Passr Alt LOUISVILLE KY lTHAT GONE FEELING TIRED DULL AND ItBLUEIl BACKACHE AND LASSITUDEs haptlPWrlleDR BENZINCCR Baltimore Md v r o THEICITIZENIi 4IMHHMHHHIH 4 fr The Home JENNIE tESTER MILL Editor It HH HrIIIHH +JHH CHILD STUDY 1rJ Jill Jlflni M lliiiftoii ill Union Qo ptl News Ifltk1tIoThink more of thu cliildH diet and liven of ahiiHlii liiHNiotnaeli mid thuru v L will1M Letter children Oho thu t child KoI plain ftxxl and plenty of it iMaiiM by thu way form an nlincwt iL i Mrfci diet at least two hours ro ft creation in till ffiwli air and put him r to IMt1 early nutrition limit exceed IIHlo tlutruforo thw mtinuilly for KIJIMI food also ttlcop in n great rue jwilrurof wastu heels thu child clean physically and inondly Iimtill into the mnall mind a roverenwi for till Creator teach him that ho in hut a tiny part of thu universe and that every wrong acLwill bring Its conHequcntpnniHh ment Teach Mill to rnortnco IIIH taxly and when ho iwkH qiuwtioim aimuur them honehtiy Lire with tr him grow with him lovu him anti r you will luivu no thought of oorH rul punIMhnlnulf with gcKxlJiteratnru gixxl Inngnagtt and g4MMI11111MIethe hint not only lias tIM charms but it positively drives out evil The purentH should vTrirk in harmony with tilt teacher and Htrengthen her iu ter IlUMH- VContiniKd next Reek M1H1HtIIIIIH +I- 4i The School JOHN WIBT DIMBMORB Editor it JiTOTRUSTEES At n nmnlxT of teachers intitules rn Kentucky last year n Ichatlpro in tho ptvhcnt tnisli nvulcm wan mlvixiitnl A projKiwl plan wns that melt foiinty Hhould elect or np Ktnt u txiiiinlssion of five men with iualificatons niniilnr to tliowj of coon i ty Snpt who wvrv to coop erntu with him thus Iloittg away with thu diM I trict truHtiH tt On tlio other liniiil it Wns argue that Much a rndiml clmnm wiw op- lxxxvl1 to thuprinclplfHof frcogovern incut nnd that Much n concentration of power would tend to hrtttl corruption j Tho idea that htlwnllllfUrnilltlit wiw futfur 10JiIt I regi iMtliuvo in your manhood and nro youNow1ii you havo an op iportllllit to shawls tho county Mato and nation tliul you Iwliuvo in tho it Infof tho xxiplo and nntiollnlllOfIltritn for much of the good that comes to tho nation must lure iU orfjin in tho Nchool You tine nwnru that in taking tho with of ollico you solemnly pled o JnmlHtIIthin oath is as binding us tho oath Iho juror takes to render a verdict of truth or tho oath tho president takes to fllIpport tho constitution of tho Tho law clothes you with tho authority Will devolves it on YOU as a duty to secure thosorricvsoniiolxwt teacher attainable for your district There is no provision in tho law that Hays tho teacher shall or shall not Iwlong to your religious denom rx ination or alliliato with the political party of your choice or by kindred ties IHJ related to your or your wifos J MXplo Uut tho law does say that t tho tuachor shall IHJ of upright moral character and with tho highest in ttcllloch qualifications that it is possihlo for you to secure and 1 quellfieatlou is employed and districtt of that ollico ho place of tho parents BO that tho teacher u influence over tho r lives of his pupils either for good or w bad henco tho great importance of having tho right teacher in the right y place I am willing to admit that it 1 is not always lacy determining who 4ttllo right teacher is but let us Im If you wero to hire a tuna to labor ion your farm tits tmmmor would you not try to gut tho hest farm laborer 4 that is in tho country if you could got him for the saute price would you not want hint to bo honest nUll trusty And aupposo you should lose your health or fortune and should ho compelled to bind your children f out Would you not consider deeply i and earnestly the character of tho + household and tho conditions of tho homo into which your children arc to hOf When 011 employ a teacher you nro morally Ixjund to patronize him You utmost not only the plastic minds of your children to his teach ings but the children of the entire district The kind of teachers you wlllinruoIygeneration that shall follow Do tho best you can for your ills trict visit the schools encourage and inspire teacher and pupil and let this IKJ tho crowning year for tho district schools of Eastern Kentucky P M Fun HHHIHHlHlHIHHH The Farm I SILAS CHBBVEB MASON Editor 11HHH11 tUMMHMUM IN THE SOUTHWEST Hallrri of lnH real to Knruivri Col- ton Urusrer Mud Live Block Mm Irrigation U an 1Muiitlul n firtlll rer In iiiuuy sections of the outhwet mill the one miiln to bo studied ni much an the other The water problem liven Hulvitl by many stock farm urn of thu southwest by the IrarliiK of urtcftlan wells A colony of Juimneite have purchagitl 1000 acne of rite hunt near IAIIKUO City Tex They will plant seed rice from Japan hnvhiK brought twenty torw of fine reel with them to thin country The Jape lire pnictkul rice farmer In their own country nnd will doubtless muku n success of the bunt nen In America The cotton planter who pastured his cotton Ikldii early In the full and thrtiHhed and burned nil the trash In Ills lleM linn just that mucfi advantage In the trail weevil fight over the form vr who has tuKlectttl to do this CuiiKrnM has appropriated 250000 to be uotd to control the ravages of the boll weevil The money In to im pended under the direction of the agri cultural department and U available Immediately 1rofensor 8 A Knapp has been or tiered by Secretary of Agriculture W II Roll to report at Washington for the purjHiiio of assisting toprcparu plats tor the luimrdliitu expeDillture of the appropriation made by congress to tight the boll weevil The MUthwest won well reprencnted at Uie meeting of the National Jive Stock asHoclutloa and the National VoolgrowiTH nNHoclntlon at Portland Ore The woolcroweni adopted a change In the method of handling wool M that the producer may deal directly with the manufacturer In the event of war In the far east there will be an Increase In the price of beef cattle Meat maintains an are my In the field better than any other ration when accompanied by whole some bread nnd no country understands thin better than the powers which threaten lioMllltlinIlUKxIn and JapanFarmers of Texas are paying more attention to the breeding of draft hornet since the price of cattle declined They are extensively used In every community and sell readily for cash Wagons must be pulled In all kinds of weather and over roads which do not always class as good sad for this and other reasons the everyday horse con times to 1st In demand Texas Farm and hands llnllwar ConitrvetloB I the South Oklahoma territory shows tho great est Increase In railroad mileage having OKI miles to her credit Joulslaim Is second with 440 miles TCXIIH third with 170 miles and Indian Territory fourth with 110 mile The total In crease In these four states and termite ries Which taken together form an unbroken region tributary to the gulf of Mexico amounts to nearly onethird of the total Increase of the country ac cording to Htatlstlcfl of the Hallway Age A Plenle Party Should always carry along a bottle or Paracamph In case of a bruise or n sprain it relieves the pain instantly and cures quickly Also the Lest remedy for Sun Burn and prevents Mosquitoes and Chiggers from bitting you HOME MADE CANDY Pure Wholesome and Healthful Assorted Bon lions in neat i pound boxes East End Drug Co Main St Berea Ky Ladles and Children who can not stand the shocking strain of laxative syrups and cathartic pills are especially fond of Little Early Risers All persons who find it neo canary to take a liver medicine should try these easy pills and compare the agreeably pleasant and strengthening effect with the nauseating and weakening conditions following the use of other remedies Little Early Risers cure biliousness constipation sick headache jaundice malaria and liver troubles Sold by the East End Drug Co Big little Fought Continued from page 1 Eastern Manclfiirla Kua KU aSIan HimnKTlang Sa17 miles north east of Fong Wang Cheng was occu pled by the Japanese May This en ables an advance along the bad roads to tho flank either at Llao Yang or Mukden The territory between the main road to Feng Wang Cheng and the river Tayang has been penerated by such a strong force of Japanese aa to lead to the suggestion that another army has landed at TakiiBhan of which the outside world has not before heardThe activity of tho Japanese however has been expected and therefore has not diminished the satisfaction felt at the opening of communication with Port Arthur london May 11Tho Chronicles correspondent at Shan Ilal Kwan under dato of May 10 says that the Jap anese first army from the Yalu river already Is threatening tho Russian po armyIto cooperate with Gen Kurokl has defeated tho Russians near Wafung Tien with great loss the corespondent says lie adds that the Japanese are tiller was splendidly handled Tho Chronicles Toklo correspond ent declares that Port Arthur will bo bombarded with heavy guns and that a concentrated assault will be made on a wellknown vulnerable point In tbo defense SUBMARINE BOATS Four Are to Be Built In This Country For Japanese Navy Newport News Va May 11From- a reliable source comes tho Informa tlon that a contract has just been awarded the Newport News Shipbuild lag Co for tho construction of tour lake submarine boats destined for service with the Japanese navy In tho war In the far JIIt Shipyard officials hire refuse to confirm or deny the re port but It Is believed hero that the yard has been rushing work In war ships contracted for In an Indirect way for the mikados government for some time past Ship Sold to the Russians Derlln May 11A special dispatch from Hamburg says that the Hamburg American Steamship Co hu sold to the Russian government the transAt lantlc liner Augusta Victoria and that negotiations aro proceeding for tho purchase of the Pretoria The Contract Awarded Annapolis Md May 11Tho navy department has awarded the contract for the erection of tho new academic building at the naval academy to tbo John Pierce Co of Now York their bid for tho work having been the low est received Will Attempt to Reach Port Arthur Paris May 11A St Petersburg correspondent says Vice Adm Skrydloff and Vice Adm Dezobrazoft havo been notified of the resumption of communication with Port Arthur that they may attempt to reach that place Entrance to Port Arthur Free Paris May 11 According to tho St Petersburg correspondent of tho Matin a high officer of the naval general staff declares that tho entrance to Port Arthur Is still tree and that the squadron wont out on May 9 M far as Pltsewo The Capture of Feng Wang Cheng London May 11Tho correspondS ent of the Tlmca at Toklo says It appears that the capture of FengWang Chang was effected not by the troops who fought on tho Yalu but by a mixed brigade under Maj Qcn Sasaki JURY SECURED The Rising Sun Murder Trial Is Fairly Begun Rising BUll Ind May 11ln th Qlllesple cue the work of securing a Jury was resumed at 9 oclock Tues day morning The first peremptory challenge by the state excused James Hulbert a farmer Juryman George Hanna said that he had answered a question Monday which he did not understand Ho said he would not vote to hang a woman He was excused- A jury waa flnall secured as follows Albert Patey farmer David Bailey farmer David H Gibson farm er George Ralman farmer W J firmerwman farmer Sherman Clark mechan- Ic W O Powell retired farmer Hen ry Kurr shoe dealer Wade H Rodgers farmer Moth sides professed to be satisfied with the jurors selected but the right remaining to challenge It can not bo counted aa the jury aa It stands until aworn In THE FERRIS WHEEL Bar of Iron Fell From the Top Kill ing a L borerISt Louis May 11A bar of Iron fell from the top of the Ferris wheel at the Worlds fair Tuesday striking a laborer on tho head and killing him Instantly Dr Edward Lowla respond ed from tho Emergency hospital In an ambulance and upon arriving found the laborer dead and refused to take the body to tho hospital suggesting that tho morguo wagon bo called This angered the dead laborers 100 fellow workmen who 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offlc Bun KTIjDfice Dsji Wednesday to tad of the weekIiTHOMPSONIA J GENERAL MERCHANDISE Fruits and vegetable t a specialty cpposur BDBOETTEI KILL Berea Ky THE OLD SPEED- WELLButcher Shop MEATS Tender and Juloy The Famous Jellico COAL at wholesale or retail BOARDING by the week day or meal R D MASSIE Prop Main Street Berea Ky THONE No 72- GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS VEGETABLES and STATIONERY Lunch counter- Agent for Langdon Bread cr Your patronage is sollcted T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Beres Ky PHONE No 78IMiller House Newly fitted up Meals and Board and Lodging at popular prices Next door to Joes R G Engle Prop Uain St Richmond Ky Williams fa better prepar ed than ever to do your WATCH t CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean log and Pressing s specialty i Work guaranteed W A Williams Ifaln Street Berea Ky The Citizen 1 a year 6 mos 60o ar Mental and Manual Servitude By DR HOWARD A GIBBS M D rTl UK joy of work under the conditions which surround the working class today is an impossibility and to hold it up as an ideal or as a duty is a hollow mockery- It is generally conceded that mental work presupposes a higher degree of development than manual work but this is not the real basis of the insidious distinction which is usually drawn between them The distinction in its final analysis is a purely economic one Manual work has become a badge of servitude and in fact lies the basis of the distinction Per haps no class has been more ready to draw this distinction than the intellectual workers themselves The aristocracy of brute force and the aristocracy of birth is disappearing but the socalled aris tocracy of brains still remains In the development of our industrial system and the degradation of the mental worker through it this aristocracy is round to disappear This process is already taking place The most degraded slaves of ancient Rome were her intellectual slaves more degraded rom the very fact that they prostituted higher powers and possibilities The editor whose pen is directed from the counting room the college professor who must perforce explain and defend the capitalist system which gives hint his salary r the clergyman who preaches pointless platitudes to plu tocratic pews these are some of the types of our modern intellectual slaves The fact that they are often utterly unconscious of their servi tude and lay the flattering unction to their souls that they arc several degrees above the manual laborer in point of freedom all this only re veals the depth of their degradation The growing realization of this condition by the mental workers is tending to break down the barriers of distinction and the emancipa tion of both manual and mental workers through the social ownership of the tools of production will do away with it forever Then social usefulness alone will determine the dignity of labor and labor time alone will determine its reward whether it be manual or mental t r f 1hA Right Makes Might By REV JENKIN LLOYD JONES Pastor All Souls Church Chicago Right makes might History is simply a verification of it What has become of the great powers the mighty cities the dreaded con querors that you read of in your books They were mighty they were populous they were rich they were terrible The names of the faroffmerchants presidents and mayors the bankers and manufacturers arc lost and their work is forgotten save a few antiquities broken relics scattered fragments that arc left us to tell us how the mighty have fallen They had not the right of the might Over against the names that are remem bered only in pity and in disgrace put the name ofa faroff prince who renounced the glory of a court became a beggar for truths sake and who suggests the devotions and gratitudes the aspirations and the ideals of five hun dred and more million of men for it is the name of the Buddha pitiful he who taught men to be kind merciful and forgiving Over against the name of Alexander who made the name of Mace donia terrible write the name of Socrates who walked barefoot in time snow as a private soldier in the Grecian army His father was a stonecutter his mother was a nurse He spent his time in talking with the youths in the market place he was put to death because of his impiety But his impiety represented his love for truth his devotion to right and after 24 centuries his name is the greatest name in Greece Isis was the might of the right The bible of Christendom contains in the main the words of humble men but they spoke the truth and their words survive pyramide and overlay dynasties Jeremiah in exile Paul in prison Jesus on the crosi these represent the mighty ones of history and their might lay in the right which they champ- ionedOpportunities t of the Stage By HENRIETTA CROSSMANIPlaying Star Part InII Sweet Kitty Bellilrs rn HE opportunities offered to a young woman in the dramatic profession are more I think than in any other There is always room at the top and I presume that every young woman who goes on the stage has an ambition to become a star To a young woman who has talent and that is not difficult to discover my advice would be to adopt the profes sion of the When stageIworking in stores earning a mere pittance and with no opportunity of advancement beyond a certain limit one cannot help but see the advantage of the stage as a profession if the applicant is suited in temperament constitution and all else for her work The stage is like all other arts Because there is always room at the top one does not have to wait for a vacancy in the ranks for advancement For painters writers singers and actors advance comes to those who are deserving and this docs not hinge upon the will of some petty employer Evcn if the dramatic schools are grind ing out actors by the dozens today I would not discourage anyone whom I thought had ability to enter the profession Good actors are scarce enough and the stage will not be hurt by the addition of a number of bad actors ifa few good actors can be given to it To a girl who loves her work and realizes its seriousness I would say by all means go ahead But to time young woman who looks upon the stage as asort of frolic through life and an easy way of gaining the admiration that she craves I should say keep awavfrom it In nfnety nine cases out of a hundred success on the stage is the result of hard work In no profession business or calling is the work so hard or try ing and the young person who contemplates making a step in this pro fcssion should realize that she is about to enter a profession in which the hardships disappointments work and triumphs if theyshould finally come are greater than in any other walk of life I can recall e t THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson In the International Series for May 15 1004 The Prod gal Son T11U lKSSON TEXT lulic lillnQOLUKN TBXTComt and let us reo turn unto the Ioril llos 61- OUTUNli OKSrilllTUHiSKCTION- Parable of llamn Klg Trteluke IJII healing Inllrm WunlmIilkI3t1Z1 Teaching About tic Kingdom luke IJiVJJO Warned Auuliut lUroJ luke 1331X- UlKounc itt r inrlv TubLuke 14I 2I DUcouriv un COUIUIUK the Ioit luke 312595 Parable last Shop and Lot Coln Luke 15110 Parable luet SOIlIukl lillST- lMK January A JJ 30 1LACU IVruru the inme ai the last lesion NOTKS AND COIlUoNTS Jesus tins so far vs 111 Illustrated from things lost now it Is a person a eon and It is a fathers heart that bleeds for hint In this the greatest of all parables Jesus comes back to Ills own Illustration of the relation between God and man and pictures It In the simplest and most beautiful and most winning way possible Must of us are need not be theologians In the ordinaryI sense but we may all master the ttivol SonIIn the 66 hooks that we call the mile but whether they took shape before the birth of Jetus or after Ills death they must square with lilt own teaching with regard to God and man and mlvntlon or we cannot accept then for ourselves A certain man had fwd sons The whole point of the parable Is In the rev lationship tather and Ion The young er of them He was Inexperienced and headstrong It Is the old story of a boy with a hankering In Itself natural and right to see the world and a broader life than that of the home of his child hood he supposed he knew the world had probably bragged of It distance had lent enchantment and he Will wild to enter Its varied and fascinating life The portion of thy substance that fall eth to me Onethird of the property oungerI anltIthemoment It forgets to have considera lion for the rights and feeling of others and the restraints existing because of hlx relationship to home or society or God He divided unto them his Inv ing Not because he had to not because he was convinced that his toy would use the money wisely but per haps because he saw that n time had come In the boys life when he must be thrown on his own responsibility Me are creature of free will and this bo was become a man Took his journey a far country He wanted to get Ilnlo from all who had ever teen known him from the restraint orII their presence would be to him ous living Perhaps he had meant only to see It perhaps seeing life to him meant seeing low Immoral abnormal life as It does to so many perhaps he thought he could play with fire and not be burned or perhaps It was a case of the candle and the moth the life of gay revelry had an almost irre sistible attraction for him and he new trteIThat h spent madnesi of his course He Ignored almost Very consideration that should Influence a young man beginning life There arose a mighty famine The famine usually comes to the one who ha- mthrown away his opportunities It Is neither good economy nor Rood morals to learn wltdom only from the blue experiences of foolishness and sin This young man had not sense enough to learn It In any other way He did notII begin to tee the point till he was want Then when the terribleness ol his mistake came to him what did ho d07 Did he say I will arise and got my father Did he adult that he had been wrong and go back 7 Not yet It Is hn to do that Ill became a swine herd Husks The nutritious pad of the carob tree somewhat like locus- pods The last resort of starving Syrlan- even today When he came to himself One of the most significant sentences In the whole parable Jesus did not assume that man Is naturally depraved a chll of wrath but the reverse The tar country with Its drunkenness and misery he Is In to be sure but It Is not his home and that life is not his life It Is unnatural abnormal and Insane When the prodigal came to his senses to himself his real self he realized It too that though he was with the win he was not one of themthat he was lh child of his noble father that his better self was his true self and that In leav ing that nightmare land he was return Ing1 home In calling men to follow l Il Jesus Is not calling them to leave thou own life to live one that Is not then rw own but from an abnormal and unsat Isfactory life of wrong and unrest back to the wholesome natural life of chll dren of God lie only wants us to com to ourselves for that will mean coming to 111mIAIMED AT THE HEART The promises add power to ou prayers The help of God Is the only hope man No need to eat brambles In order to get the berries He who would establish anothers faith must be well founded himself lie who has not heard Christs go has not heard Ills come God gives no man a contract to build the fences around Ills Kingdom- As soon as a child knows Its fathom- on earth it ought to know its Fathe- in Heaven Rama Horn I l FABLE OF THE WINE u Story Which Points Its Lessons of the Harmful Effects of the Beverage With the origin of this faUe the writer Is unfamiliar It was told re Gently by a skilled raconteur nt a fn mous club in an eastern city whose members arc alleged to be only too tamlllar both from experience and ob servation with the lesson It conveys- A solitary traveler so the fable runs was crossing a desert waste No liv ing thing gladdened his sight No cheerful sound broke the monotony loneliness and silence Suddenly th travelers eye lighted when at his feet ho discovered a tiny plant Its pres ence seemed a harbinger of companion ship and cheer Carefully uprooting It from the sand he carried It In his hand ever regarding it with more and more Interest What was his delight to notice soon that warmed In his en folding palm Its stalk was vigorously shooting up and Its rootlets were ex tending downward Soon It outgrew the dimensions of his hand and casting about for some means of carrying what he had rmne greatly to cherish his eyes fell on the skull of a bird In this he deposited the plant whose growth continued to be mor and more luxurl ant Its companionship to his mind was by this time almost human He talked to It In happy reverie sang to it and found the tedium of the way greatly relieved by Us shining green IXi THK HKAli K A IION ION ATyproscine Soon It outgrew the birds conIjaw and a commodious receptacle was ready for the spreading plant Thin too loon proved Inadequate and the carcass of an an next offered itself as best suited lo Its needs the plant trail ing over It In rich abundance Thus laden with his nourishing treasure In Its extraordinary urn ho arrived home and when his wife Plantlit ittsoon a truejtiny fragrant green blossoms appeared richIWhy Ills n grope vine they sold 111Iwe JuesllIIdrous plant of the desert was brought forth to the smiling eager company The wineglasses were filled and when they had drunk the guests sang like birds again sad again the glasses were horrorsaso tllcyIphla Young People h iREFOltM NOTES IThe men who ran stop drinking when they get ready usually stop bo caiuo thorn arc no saloons in the grave Hams Horn Judge Thomas F Tlpton of Hloonv ington III says I have sent 300 men to the penitentiary and 250 com milled the olliennc from the uso of liq enor It In propose that a national dele gate convention to all religious do nominations bo held In Washington D C In March IfluC to consider meth r1ds of dealing with the liquor truffle The Literary Digest says that since 1SSO our alcoholic beverage bill has about doubled going tram 1009 gal Ions per capita to 1948 The alcoholic 11750595oand coffee ten and cocoa combined lUG535OBI fact that the pro capitol have- been purpled of the sale of liquor anyyfyears ago every other room In this headquarters of the American legisla turo was a barroom and a great bust ness was done by the bartenders Last session only one such room remained sad tho temperance reformers deter IIqINo senator or member of the house of IlroprSams parliament house I DONT ALWAYS SEE SNAKES Men Attacked by Delirium Tremens Sometimes Have Visions at Which They Laugh The generally accepted belief that when a man is suffering front delirium trcnuns ho sees snnles In his boots was dispelled by a hospital miperlntcn dent who says that he has observed several thousand cases Ho declares that he never encountered one patient who Imagined that he saw serpents but that on the contrary the hnllu citations of Homo of them are very happy Ho said that It was customary In the local hospitals treating such cases lo keep the then fresh from pro longed sprees In a general room where they arc allowed to play curds or olherigames and engage In conversation with one another For misery likes com parry lit relates as an Illustration of the freaks of men so deranged the case of n bartender who wax happily playing seeminglyeaverage person perfectly free from liquor The man suddenly began to tell a story laughing heartily as he did so He said that ho had just served two gentlemen with drinks of whisky and that whenlio turned to restore the bot the to the shelf his two guests disap geared as though by magic He Kail turned hut an Instant hut the empty glasses were all that were left to Indi Bate that anyone had been there The bartender said that he leaned over the bar to see If the men hud hidden thereto avoid payfflent and that he could not see them but that to satisfy himself he stepped around the tar to the front Do you know Raid he relating the story that those fellows had shrunk to little bits of fellows not more than six Inches tall and they were engaged In a spirited argument over who should otrtrousers you lieve II try an much as would could not dlslodgn then As tine old habitues of the tremens department of the hospital listened to thin story relates the superintendent they looked knowingly at one another and quietly walked to a drainpipe paving through the room and vigor ously rapped on It It was a signal for the attendants below who came In with handcuffs and removed the story teller bartender 10 the Ixxiby hatch below a name they have given to thj padded cell In which recalcitrant men craiod from liquor are thrust for their own protection and for that of all con cerned- The hoclptal superintendent told me that that fellow was raving like n mall bull within half an hour and that for three days thoy de imlml of lily life He Mid that In their string condition the victims believed that some one was pursuing them and that to all Intents and purposes they were maniacs the only rum for which was sleep Induced by more liquor He wld however that the premonitory sign of approach ins madness were always sonic queer speech such as that of the bartender Plttsburg Post SOME EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL TLondonand Destructive Work Alcohol contains no nitrogen It therefore can never and duce never produce tissue Its food value depends exclusively on Its production of ener gy and the first Indisputable fact Is that alcohol can be burnt within the body It may therefore be a food and In fevers It Is probably the moil valuable food that can be given to a pa tient for In fever one cannot digest and alcohol needs no digestion It Is so to speak a predigested food and passes unchanged to the tissues there at once lo bo utilized What are tho facts In health 7 It has been experimentally proved not once but often not In one country or continent but In physiological lab oratories all over the world that In health only about one and n half ounces of absolute alcohol can be burnt within the hotly each tiny this only obtaining when the substance Is taken In sufficient dilution and at sufllclently numerous Intervals Approximately three ounces of whisky or brandy taken In fourhourly doses of half an ounce well diluted Is all that tho average man of normal temperature can utilize llowdoes It conic about that so many of us take alcohol to keep out tho cold Simply because the nerves of our sense of temperature end in tho skin lie our skin well supplied with warm blvd wo sny we are warm nail vice versa Furthermore we normally lose heat mill keep our temperature at tho proper level by radiation from the skin Any drug that dilates the blood vessels of tine skin will therefore tend to make us feel warmer and bo colder Infinitely more Importpnt than all these considerations Is the action of alcohol on the nervous system I have trecordsfallacy as to the Influence of alcohol on the mental processes Numberless tests have been carried out with such processes adding up a column of figures writing un account of a simple occurrence discriminating between colors and so forth And tho singular result well established and confirmed Is that alcohol delays the rapidity and Impairs the accuracy of these processes while producing tho most convincing Illusion of ease and rapidity The calculator has a subjective Impression of facility which the cold clock entirely falls to confirm Dr Sakeby In London Mall v PLANTING TIiE FARM YARD Slow to Make Home Grounds Attractive and a Source of Never Ending Pleasure ThU is the time of year when those persons who with to make Improvements In their homo surroundings dlhave the matter most In their minds suitable time for looking Into the future and making plans The carefully considered preparation of plans Is much more Important than most people Imagine One of the greatest reasons why the homo grounds on farms and In suburban neighborhoods are so unattractive Is that the work Is not planned Enough money Is lent In many case some I1fYlas far as possible what the arrange went of the grounds Is to be to put Foal TVIICAL KAHMYAHO AIUIANOE MKNT- this down on paper and to follow tho plan through a scries of years We strongly recommend thus undertaking to anyone who Is seriously Inclined to secure a good result In a great many places one sees farmyards upon whlcn a considerable amount of work has been ejwnt but which are highly Unattractive by rea son of the fact that tho materials ore all Jumbled Into an unintelligible mess Each shrub each rose bush and each flower bed has a separate history Their different origins and different Intentions show on their faces They hare no sympathy with one another They are not striving together to make one harmonious composition but each one Is looking out for Itself They come from different places The red homei A IIBTTIW AlinANOKMIiNT where mother used to have a garden The althea was bought In a nursery lit the time fattier visited at Geneva The forsythia was a layer donated by a Kindhearted neighbor who has a large clump In her yard The climb- Ing rose Ilaltlmoro Belle was left by a trtdt tree agent In payment for his dinner Each one of these sepa rate articles when It came was stuck Into the ground wherever there was a convenient opening This outline Is the history of at least three fourths of the farmyards which one sees The general result Is fairly welt represented In figure Here there are two rows of trees At right angles to ono snottier which are One and shady and form the chief features of the place However they shado the house too much allowing no outlook In any direction There are some for vial flower lwds cut Into the lawn just where the best grass ought to boo Tho- a11 and drives arc still and btralght Tho shrubs stand about singly and at a distance from ono another as If they were afraid to associate with heir neighbors What litho lawn there Is Is on the other side of tho road and behind tho row of trees It Is useful only nR a croquet ground It Is more than likely that In some twins there will bo wires attache along tho tree trunks and tho lawn will be used for a yard for penning up calves In figure 2 wo have a rough sketch of tho name piece of ground and the Fame house The Arrangement of ma tennis on tho grounds however fol ThqfId much larger stretch of gratis on the left of the house Tho trees are placed In scattered groups and the shrubbery Is arranged In heavy masses Almost of anyone can see that tho latter nr of rnngoment Is preferable even In this cold pen and Ink sketch Could tho two places be compared with the trees shrubs and flower beds all complete the difference would be much more striking Country Gentleman IIII electing a young animal for breeding purposes one with a gentle nnu tractable disposition should be chosen Midland Farmer WEEDS ARE BAD ENEMIES To Get Rill of Them Requires Hard Work from Beginning to End of the Season A North Dakota man who thinks weeds tho worst enemy to be met with- In the production of a garden tho Farm Stock and Hume that the must bo fought early late and all th 1 time The best time to kill them Is be fore they appear above ground If this garden Is large n good harrow Is the best of weed killers Corn and pota toes can bo harrowed onco a wee from the time they are planted until four Inches high If tho garden It small the Iron hand rake and wheel hoo are Indispensable Plow all tba garden ground as soon as you ar ready to plant tho first early vegetables then once a week stir the un planted ground about an Inch deep with hoe or rake and thus destroy the weeds while young and tender It must be remembered that the secret of a good garden is constant and careful cultivation Last summer was a very trying ono no rain falling for over days so that most field crops were Ii failure yet my garden was n good one but tho cultivator was kept going right along and tho weeds wtro kept down so when at last the rain did come al vegetables made phenomenal growth Cabbage especially delights In constant cultivation the surface of the soil should be stirred at least onco a week and If twice a week Its all the better Stir It even If not I weed Is In sight and the surface II fine and dry ax ashes It Is Impossible to keep weed out of a garden here line strong win let winds bringing seeds along with the drifting snow even If none are al lowed to mature on the premises so that by spring the cleanest kept garden In well seeded to weeds and we must fight them from the start TREE PLANTING IN BLOCKS Important Facts Cleurly Established by Recent Scientific Tests In Horticulture It Is not advisable to plant any one variety of apples pears or plums In blocks even of a hundred unless there are other varieties on all side of the block Within comparatively recent years It has been discovered that many of our varieties of the above mentioned fruit are largely Infertile to their own pollen some more so than others This kind of plant lag has caused many a good orchard to be Infertile without the owner oven suspecting the true cause It was first found that plums reoI quired to be cross pollenlzed to In sure a harvest Then some ono die covered tint tho Kelfcr pear was very uncertain quantity without some other varieties near It The Invest gallon was continued with the result that several other varieties of pears were found to be In need of cross fertilization At last the scientists made some elaborate experiments to determine to what extent the apIIII came under the same laws as to lenatlon To the surprise of almost everyone It was proved that very fewI of our varieties of apples do as well fertilized by their own pollen as by the pollen of another variety and some of the varieties are found to be almost sterile when fertilized by the pollen of that variety It Is therefore best to so set out apple plum and pear trees that the pollen of one variety may be used on another va riety This will greatly Increase the probability of a crop Farmers He view PLANTING OF ONION SETS A Method That Enables One to Accomplish a Great Deal In a Short Space of Time The ground having been prepared layoff rows with marker Have ready an Implement an Illustrated consisting of teatshaped pins of hard wood lour lathes apart Inserted In a strip one MAHKKIt Ion ONION BITS and a half Inches thick two and n half Inches broad and four feet long to which a wellbraced handle Is at tached The troth should protest about three inches Lay on marked row pressing slightly with the foot In each hole thus mode deposit au onion set Then run ratio that Is at Inched to wheel hoe down row and the work Is completed This insures rap and effective work enabling one to accomplish twice as much In a givenI time as by tho usual method II U Mitchell In Farm and Home Transplanting in the Night In Nature there Is a practical article general Interest on the transplanting plants In full foliage In the night written by Prof Maumene and gives the result of some experiments of M Rou alt It Is customary to transplant de ciduous trees In the fall or winter Itou alt has found that trees may be transplanted In full foliage in May or June with little or no Injury provided the process Is carried on at night This has been demonstrated to the entire sotto faction of some of the most prominent horticulturists of France CAUSE OF EDUCATION Lord Strnlcoon has given 20000 to Manitoba university to expend In Its scientific work David Sears of Doston a Harvard graduate of 1847 has given J2GOOOO to the university consIderingYstudents It has been proposed to add 10 to tho tuition bill making It 161i Instead of 166 as at present A few years ago It was raised from 125 to 165 The addition of the extra 10 would give the university 11000 a year more for running expenses Hy the death of Mrs Henry Karnam who passed away not long ego Yale will receive a permanent home for Its president According to the terms of the will of the late Henry Farnam his handsome residence In New Haven Is to go to the university upon the death of his widow and his son Prof Henry W Farnam to be used as the home of the president Tho home Is filled with art treasures which will also pass to the university The gift U valued at 260000 A New Orleans newspaper donated a fund to be used annually In bestowing n prize upon the person who has done ThisIwent to Miss Sophia Wright who flf teen years ago started a free night school for those whose dally employ ment barred them from tho public schools When Miss Wright opened her school two scholars applied and 1o day there are 1600 In attendance while only lack of room prevents an even larger number of pupils OF PERSONAL INTEREST Tho four richest men In Canada are Lord Strathcona lArd MountStephen Mr Hall of Montreal and Mr Reid known In Canada as Czar Reid Marvin Shearer a one armed manor Akron 0 has made a clock which records hours In different cities regis hUlimldltCoy Hrodlc of Arizona recent ly received a telegram from one of the rough riders whose fighting blood Is still In circulation The telegram was AS follows Am going to the Orient Which would your advise Russia or Japan The governor In order to head off a soldier of fortune hurriedly re Plied letter stay In the United States Its better than either Henry Uibochcre that stormy petrel of llrltlsh journalism has just fought his Hth action for libel and he lost being condemned to pay 5000 damages for saying that a certain physician was not duly qualified and that he was a quack This is tho heaviest verdict ever brought against the editor of Truth but as he Is a very rich man It Is possible bo thinks the fun worth the money FACTS AND FANCIES If you cant trust your feelings make them pay cash Even the predictions of the weatherman who waits come out A thorn In the hand Is more trouble than a dozen In the bush Eternal vigilance Is the price of re taming a borrowed umbrella Girls who are pretty as pictures are seldom as pretty as their own We give a man credit for being levelheaded If he Isnt above our level Its surprising how sweet a homely girls voice sounds through a tele phoneNothing makes a quarrelsome man so mad as the refusal of his wife to talk back MARKET REPORT Cincinnati May CATTLE Common 3 00 4 00 Heavy steers 4 90 0 6 10 CAUVES Extra 4 75 0 5 00 HOGS Ch packers 4 90 6f 5 05 Mixed packers 4 75 4 9- 0511ERPExtra 4 15 4 25 IAMt15Spring 6 6t 8 F1OUR Spring pat 6 10 5 W11EATNo 2 red Qt 1 07th No3 winter 6t 1 02 CORN No 2 mixed 6- 3OATSNo 2 mixed 6e42t f RYE No 2 76 78 HAY Ch timothy 15 25 PORK Clear family 6 13 90 LAI1DSteam 675 LUTTER Ch dairy 14 16 Choice creamery 0 25 APPLES Choice 3 00 3 50 POTATOESPer bbl3 50 3 C5 TOI1ACCO New 5 10 Q12 00 Old 4 50 14 25 Chicago FIOUII Winter pat 4 70 69 4 8- 01VIIh1TNo 2 red 1 02 1 04 No 3 spring 86 60 9- 3COnNNo2 mixed 486 4841 OATS No 2 mixed 41yG0 41Vj RYE No 2 70IPORK Mess 11 40 X111 LARD Steam 6 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finished third Golden Link Tatar and Volontlne fell at the second jump and Jockeys John ion and Carter were painfully Injured Raylor remounted Volantinc but did not finish Golden Link and Tatar went over the course without riders Outcome easily beat a good field In the first race Jockey Johnson tell off Seminole in tho last race and was serl ously hurt KENTUCKY RED MEN They Are Holding a Council at Pa ducah Louisville Ky May 11Tho grand council of Kentucky Red Men began Its session at Paducah Tuesday Offi cers will be elected Wednesday H 11 Denharty senior sagamore will become grand sachem and H H McFarland past grand sachem and representative to the grand council of America The chief contest Is for junior sagamore which starts the lino of promotion Robt L Page and D L Russell of Louisville are the chief aspirants The council will be given a banquet Wednesday night- Dickerson Sells a Trotter Lexington Ky May nT W White Philadelphia Pa has bought of Doc DIckerson this city for a long price the two year old brown colt Bird Turner by Early Bird 210 dam Ka tie Turner by Jerome Turner 2161 Bird Turner has already been a quar ter of a mile In 43 seconds and an eighth In 21 seconds this spring Louisville Tobacco Louisville Ky May 11The offer Ings on the tobacco breaks Tuesday were mostly all dark Prices were steady on this class and burley was quiet at last weeks figures Dark sold from 325 to 990 and burley ranged from 950 to 23 Tho offerings Tues day were 523 hhds of which 99 hhds wore burley and 424 hhds dark Union Men Are Ousted Madlsonvllle Ky May l1A report from Wheatcroft says that the mines of the Wheatcroft Mining Co have begun operation with nonunion miners and the union men have been t displaced The Situation Is regarded as critical Union miners are angry I Fell From Third Story London Ky May l1Paul Duncan Lexington asylum guard hero for trial In tho federal court in tho McKenna I and Ryan election case while walking In his sleep fell from a third story window of the Catching hotel He Is yet alive but can not recover Remains Burled at Lancaster Lancaster Ky May 11The re mains of John C Slier who commit ted suicide at WAlnut Flat In Lincoln county near hero where ho moved four months ago wero Interred hero He was prominently connected hero and had m ny friends Will Wed Kentucky Woman Covington Ky May l1The en gagement is announced of Mis Bess Matthews of Covington to Mr Haoul Larsoneux of Paris Franco Miss Matthews Is the niece of Mr and Mrs Henry Matthews ot East Third street with whom she resides Famous Broodmare Dead Lexington Ky May l1lIhe fa mous broodmaro Slyph by Imp Glen elg dam Squeeze Em by Lexington the last relic of the famous Ashland stud of the late John M Clay young est son of tho Great Commoner is r dead r Drugged and Robbed Greenup Ky May 11flhe home of Mrs Bertha Dillon at Sprlngvllle J was entered by burglars and robbed of 30 in cash two gold watches and several other artlclts of value Mrs Dillon and the male boarder were drugged To Purchase the Light Plant Newport Ky May 11Mayor Helm bold with the city auditor and city at torney of Newport will take under j consideration a plan to purchase tho gas plant of the Union Light Heat and Power Co In this city New Railroad Proposed bwensboro Ky May l1A meet lag of tho buslnoM men of Owensboro has been called for the purpose of con Bldorlng a proposition of building a railroad from Knoxvllle Tenn to In dianapolis Ind Switchman Killed Somerset Ky May 11John Paul Davis while switching In tho C N O w tG T P yards here Monday night at a late hour was run over and ground to pieces by the yard engine Given TwentyOne Years l McKee Ky May 11 Herman Dees was convicted of the murder of Henry Peters a school teacher August 4 1902 and was sentenced to tho penl tentiary for 21 years t Judge Henry T Clark Dead f Bowline Green Ky May l1Judge j Henry T Clark died Tuesday after loon He sustained a fall two weeks ago and was unconscious until the Urns of big death t j I I I I I I Jet I + I+I I I I I N I I H I I 11+ H H Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES II 3IlI1I11 HtF11W11Et111iIIlIIlIII11If11I1IIIl + Oscar Preston returned from Hot Springs Friday very much improve in health The new ndof 7 J Brannman in thin issue tells something that will interest every housewife who reads it An article hy Rev Jenkin Lloyd Jones who reeently made a visit to Bvrea will IKJ found on pago Iof this weeks issue Will Dalton and Sherman Nest arrived wifely in St Tx nis and at once secured employment with the American Express Co Mrs Bettie Mason was in Louis villo the latter part of last week adding the latest styles out to hei already cotupleto stock A P Settle Jr has just completed an addition to his storeroom on Depot street which was required by his large purchases of now goods Will Hanson of Winchester was here over Sunday visiting relatives Ills sister Miss Anna is now rapidly improving from her extended sick nessMrs A T Fish retorts that last Friday mid Saturday were the busiest two days she has ever exjerieiiced in her twenty years in the millinery trade A wagonette load of teachers fad students from Madison Institute Kichmoud sj ont the day hero Satur day looking about the town and college buildings and grounds Rev Mr Shepherd closed a sue cessful revival at the Baptist church hero There was much interest manifested throughout mud many additions to the church Richmond Pantograph The citizens of Berea and vicinity are rejoicing over their success in getting the night mails put on again They were resumed Friday night the L tC S replacing their night man Gilbert Wyatt on duty Mrs M S Owen Superintendent of the Hospital returned Monday morning from a very pleasant trip through the South She was absent five weeks spending most of the time at Birmingham Ala and Iensacola Fla We clip the following front the Jef fersonvillo Ind Neirtt Misses Flora and Florence Jones entertained Sundayat luncheon Misses Mary Ruddy and Sophia DoM Messrs James Pearcy and George MeFar land After a pleasant evening the guests departed at a late hour for their homes in the city The Commencement exercises of the Colored High School hero will beheld at the Grand Opera House on the 13th Last year the exercises were highly creditable and they will Iw again this year The address will bo delivered by Albert S White Dean of Central Law School Louis ville Richmond Pantagraph J M Benge our former townsman but now of the new town of Villa Grove Ills sends n clipping front the Tuscola Journal describing the rapid growth of tho new town of Villa Grove From nothing seven months ago there has sprung up a village of 300 inhabitants which is still growing rapidly Besides a 15000 passenger station five new business blocks and numerous other buildings are soon to bo erected Mr James Early and Miss Minnie Told of this place drove to Rich mond Tuesday whore they were united in marriage by Judge Turpin They wore accompanied to the County seat by Mr and Mrs Ab Golden brother inlaw and sister of the bride The happy couple went to housekeeping at onco in the Bongo property on Big Hill street which hind already leen arranged to receive them Mr Early had been a student hero for several years coming here from Winamac Ind in 1001 and completing the course in farming last year Mrs Early is the daugh ter of Mr R W Told of this city rho Citizen unites with their many friends in extending congratulations to the nowly wedded pair Prof L V Dodges 00th birthday secured Mondayof this week It so happened that ho gave the weekly lecture before the students on that day At the close of the lecture opportunity being given by thin chairman F M Livengood mounted thin platform and in behalf of the College students in n highlyappro priate 8jeech presented the Profes sor with a handsome solid gold emblematic GA R button with which to adorn iho lapelof his coat is some small token of thin esteem in which he is held among the student body The College yell given with enthusiasm followed after which the Professor in his usual happy manner rfsjionded to thoprescittatvnnRpccch In Loving Remembrance It was with the deepestsorrow that we heard of Miss Daisy Cod dingtons death through our goix Kentucky pajHr Tin CITIZEN Our II broken Our loving ilmichlrr Is dead llrr gentle urn art clorrl linknth Home to Gtxl hr MIn hm fled Dcarcut daughter how we loviil thee Can It In Kist we art Thrrei un one Uiou hill Jru Of the niiRiilnh In our heat CnmarKO ill Mm Mollle R Cook Low Rates to Frankfort Account of State Meeting Grand Army of the Republic thin Louisville it Nashville will sell roundtrip tickets to Frankfort on May 2lth and iioth at one fare plus U5 cents This will mike the fart from Iterca and return 2ll Tickets good return ing until May 27th TAKE NOTICE If you are in arrears with The Citizen or if your subscription ex pires in this month you will find a statement folded in your paper this week Read our generous offer on page 5 carefully then fill in blank and mail to The Citizen Berea Ky at once Be sure to be among the first 50 and get the extra premium HH MHrH1HHlHHHWI College Items HERE AND THERE HHlHH il1t11It114t + The Utile Dulce literary society was pleasantly entertained at the home of Mrs E II Vociim on last Friday night Thin fine weather last Saturday proved tempting and the driving lull horsekick parties were very numerous Mr and Mrs M J Thorn of Flushing X Yf are guests at Ladies Hall They exjecl to remain until after Conimertcenient Vice President 1lull ell left Thurs day for a trip through Ohio and Prof Dinsmore on a tour through Indiana The Miter exjxcts to return Saturday hilt Dr lltiblx will jwrhaps make a more extended trip Win G Best formerly a student here has just won time silver medal for lest attainments in chemical analysis at till Ohio College of Den tal Surgery Cincinnati Ohio Mr Best will complete his course next year and looks forward with bright prospects for an exceedingly sucess fill career in his chosen profession Webster B lleattyclass of 01 has just graduated from the Dental College of Howard University Wash ington D C Time commencement exercises occured Tuesday night of this week to which we acknowledge an invitation labalso notice the name of a former student here Ir- A E Beatty in the list of those on the reception committee Sam V Metzger aged 10of Salycrsvillo fell from Doimthan Rock this evening mid was flltall Donathan Rock is an isolated cliff rising to nn attitude of 000 feet ubovc the town Young Metzger and some other toys were ascending thin cliff when Metzger lost his footing and fell 05 feet to n ledge Not n hone was broken nor was there an abrasion of the skin The injury was internal Cincinnati JintHirer Mr Metzger was n student here 01 to 03 in the Academy He was a member of the glee club and made ninny friends Tho basu ball team left today for a three days rip They will play pinylugchester Cincinnati University at Cincinnati tomorrow mid thin Georgetown College team at Georgetown on Saturday Tho boys are in fine trim and expect to return from the trip with some victories to their credit Postlcwait will pitch Thursday timid Saturday and John Burdette Friday I ATEnTho Winchester gamo has just teen declared off by time Win chester team and Manager Pow has loot been able to arrange a substitute game so that the lays will not leave hero until tomorrow When you want a pleasant physc try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Thoy aro easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by S E iVolch Jr druggistW- ARTEDYAITIiFUL PERSON TOTHAVFI for well lhlllht1 house In a few rountlc rail log on retail nirrrhnntiiiiniliKeiitii Uxal territory Saary tOSMrpvr reek with CXKJIM nil MonepforlUuliiPH IIINtJtllflil and running Mauiifariiirm and WliolvMlen 11tII Ihlr floor Sit Pear bum Ht Chlvnso When the Sap Rises Weak lungs should ba careful Coughs and colds nro dangerous thell Ono Minute Cough Cure cures coughs and colds anti gives strength to tho lungs Mrs G E Fenner of Marion Ind IIRYIIIIIsuffered with a cough until I ran down in weight from MS to 92 lbs I tried a ntnmler of remedies to no avail until used Ono Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of thin wonderful remedy cured mo entirely of tho cough strengthened my lungs and restored mo to my normal wnight health and strength Sold by thin East End Drug Co Now is the Timee To hay your SPITING SIIOKS OX FORUSnud0ENY KL If NISHINQ GOODS WIlRrn tint most complete filth up to iltitn lino ivi r uliovvn iii tin city Cnll in hlllllxllIIillO 0111 Mrck ami yolv ill bo coiiviiiro t Crutcher Tribble Mniii Street RICHMOND KENTUCKY Huy your Engagement and Wedding Rings From thin largest niul best stock of guaranteed gold fillet anti nolid gold JHwnlry shown in heron IrictH right C dl and soo our liDO of goods A J Thompson Apposite Burdettes Mill Boron Ky 1MB KEEPERS toIIluy a hlchclait timckerp cr at the right Ikc- I The y are money and Ice mar c aatufaccay Oun an guaranteed Write for catalogue or call CIRAROET ft Tut tortit LniirCt Bring your watch clock anti jmrolr repair work to W B Robe Co Shop over pont oliice Prices low All work guaranteed Wo have the host outfit in this end of Madison county An Open Letter From time Cbap5nPCNown Early in tho spring my wife anti I were taken with diarrhooa anti so severe were the pains that we called n physician who proscribed for us but his medicines failed to give any relief A friend who had a bottle of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand gave each of us a dose and we nt onco felt tho effects I procured n bottle and before using tho entire contents wo wero entirely cured It is a wouderftil remedy nail should Ito found in every household II C Bailey Editor This remedy is for sale by S E Welch Jr Dnlg gist Go to the Red White Blue Store For closing out Bargains in Shoos and Clothing A nico himo of Groceries always priceWountil 4 p m Phono GO R J ENGLE Prop Chestnut Street Boron Ky Wm Lunsford General Dealer in High Grado Pianos and Organs Instruments repaired and tuned Drop mo n card and I will call promptly Berea Ky r FARMERS fc We want live fat Poultry Eggs Hides and Feathers We pay highest cash prices C F GOTT CO Fume vva In llorm Irmlure Cotnpmir Depot Street Boron Ky The U International Bible SeriesV le TMt LARGEST LINE OF SELFPKONOUNC1NG U1ULES IN THE WORLD THIS ANt MNOWNID roll TMIIR CLEAR PRINT SCHOLARLY IIELPSSUPERIOR BINDINGS QILlIEpCircuit Round Corner Red Under Cull Edges SILK SEWED Urge Type E TEACHERS BIBLES 010 tileMaltIllnitMtloni Map In colon sad the most COMPLETE BELlS To THE STUDT OF THE MILE With tho Word Spokea Clarht ted Testament cts1JIylllltJDDRESS THE CITIZEN f X x KENTUCKY b Just Arrived A carload of extra uellbni- ltTennessee Wagons BARGAIN Also barrels Queen and Sweet Potatoes Phono 10 A P SETTLE JR Depot St Bertw Ky C M Mullins B F The New Grocers Wo havo nn entirely Now Stock of Groceries which inn guarantee of tho FRESHNESS of our goods Our Line is Complete Try our fino Breakfast Bacon D M Ferrys Seeds grow Wo sell them Goods delivered at 10 n in anti H pm hone 70 Mullins Goforth Main Street Bores Ky ALSO PURIFIES TUB BLOOD GOOD CROPS Mislo- sSELFPRONOUNCING Price Only 5115 to Same Bibl- ersuhlted With Patent ThimblndeK t for JOctl- Additioaai Letter BEREA PRICES Brazilian Goforth THE CITIZENS CLASSIFIED AD COLUMN WANTED PURCHASER for an extra good sad tile new for twothirds tho cost pries Inquire of Treasurer 0lx rno ANYONE WISHING TO SELL pewter or iron grease lamp please soo Mm Frank Hays on Jackson t street Heron YOUNG MEN WHO DESIRE TO earn their education can secure work on tho College farm or brick 0Unmllo f once OAK ASH WALNUT AND POpIlar logs J W Biatchor Bores KyIVIl01VANTS BIG CHOPS Tho College Farm Department Prof Mason ran spate n quantity of time tBuckeye Fertilizer which made such tall good corn and other crops the past season For price etc apply soon FOR SALE FIRST CLASS BUILDING BRICK constantly on hand Wo also have haul burntxl brick nod bats for terns nl very low price Beron Col cillI IIIIJ P Bicknell Berea Iy BALED IIAYExtrn quality at tho College Barn- BICYCLE ready for instant use all hearing and nickeled parts good all newf gear too weight 20 pounds Can Iw snNm at nuy time nt tho print itigoQice Boron Ky DR FENNERS 11 Kidney Backache All Diseaseof the kidneys bladder and urinary organ heart disease rheumatlim backache grarel dropsy femal Cure IIIDont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If npcnuiry write Dr Konuer tItn lm iHiit a lirotlina curltiR juiit nucli cami an yount All contultatlom are FREE have been a sufferer from rheumatism for 10 year and hire often been confined to the douse and eomotlmoi to my bed for several days I commenced taking Dr Ponner Kldn jy and Backacho Cure when I Will suffering Intensely It afforded relief at once I now feel M well as I ever havo in my life ADA BLACKWELL Kansas City Mo suffered from kidney and bladder troublo until lifo Will not worth living I began uslnjt fDr Fenner Kidney and Backache Cure and in a short time noticed a great improvement 1 was soon permanently cured HOWARD MITCHELL v td tiv and II Ask for Dr Feuuer Almanac or Cook Hook KIIKB cl r I Rosult only from paJ- rOltare Mho GOOD SEEDS I I Buy Good Oow Peas and Good Millet Seed from us and raise good crops A carload of Feed Corn just received Baled Hay and Straw Lime and Oement HARBER and HUGUELY Main Street Richmond Kyt GGFFFtFFFFFF4FGFGF4FFF6tlfltnw STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS s b7999999 99979999a b999999309J999999it999999J9999 REPUBLICAN CONVENTION Threatened Contests Between Bradlry and Yerkes Did Not Take Place IxMiisvllle ICy May 4The threat cued contest between former Oov W O Hrndloy and CommlHHlonor of In tonal Revenue John 1Y Yerkos for Iho Control of tlio republican atat and ccnlrnl committee failed to inn tcrlallzo nt the convention Tuesday In two speeches which won him ova dons Mr llrudley declared for liar mony Ho moved that the rules nn order of business bo suspended beforo the report of Uio committee on creden tials should be announced and that Verkes tho temporary chairman h unanimously declared permanentchnll man Tho same motion applied to th retention of Samuol J Roberta nnl Young K Allison as permanent secre taries Tho motion was carried unani mousy nfter It had bean hold up for uomo tlmo by former Congressman John D White who was finally howled down Tho platform adopted endorses the administration of President Roose volt which following ns It line dono tho policy of William McKinley his continued with unabated force th marvelous prosperity with which ou country has boon blotted since the return of tho republican party to powe- In 1897eRichard P Ernest of Covlngton nnd Ooorgo M Tang of LoltchfUld vtora nominated by acclamation to nerve with Mr Hradley leaving one more delegate at large to bo BcJocted The practice of previous state con ventions having bOn to name a Ne gro ilptegatn at largo the remaining position on tile delegation was eon tested for by several of that race Dr K Underwood coloruJ of Frankfort was nominated- IxulBVllli Ky May 5rbe new ro publican slnto central canimlltto or KinliPd Wednesday morning by oleo tIng R P Krnnt of Oorln ton chair man Leone W Welsh of Danville vice chairman and Clint McCtarly o IxMiUvlllP treasurer The election a a secretary was postponed C M Hr nett retire ns chairman after eight years aervlee- SATISFIED WITH LIFE TERM Curtis Jetts Attorney Moves to Die miss His Appeal Frankfort Ky May GIn tho court of appeals Thursday when the cnn of Jett and White versus the Commonwealth was called Judge llnrolrlsx at torney for Curtis Jell dlsmlMed Lie appeal as to Jett and the appeal White WM argued by A K Ilynl fo the Mute and J H Haxelrigg for White Jett and While were tried together and both given life sentences for the nsMMlnatlon of James II Mnreutu Later Curt Jett WOK tried and given a deaUi sentence for tho murder of young Cock roll Tho appral from tho death sentence will bo argued Friday This move morns that Jelt Is willing to take tho life sentence and risk get q ting a new trial for the murder of Cockrell JAMES HOWARD Until June 10 Given Him to File Peti lion For Rehearing Frankfort Iy May 7Tim court of appeals Friday granted James Howard additional tlmo till Juno 10 to file his petition for rehearing his life oontcnco for killing Oov Oooliol having been af firmed W M Smith tho attorney for Howard asked 30 days additional tlmo and stated that the reason for asking tho time was to give toward a chanco to raise enough money to carry his caso to the United States supromo court Chief Justlco Uurnam stated that It tho court gave 30 days asked for it would oarry the trio ovor to tho noxt term which was contrary to all former rulings of the court in criminal oases Belong to Commonwealth Attorney Irllnktort Ky May GTho court of appeal decided that tho per conL tines paid a commonwealths attorney must bo credited on his salary for the year in which tho face are actually paid Into tho stato treasury and not for tho year In whloh tho fines may bo assessed by tho Judgo or Jury Regained His Eyesight Marking Ky May GJohn Scott 40 who has boon totally blind for 20 years suddenly received his sight Wednesday at Burns east of hero When It was announced to Scott that a neighbors house was on fire ho be camo greatly excited and his eyesight roturned Louisville Selected Lexington Ky May 7Tho execu lye commlttoo of the democratic stato central commlttco selected Juno 8 as the time and Loulsvlllo tho place for holding tho state convention to select delegates to tho national convention Owensboros Welcome Owensboro Ky May 71ho Ow nsboro Business Mens association met nnd appointed several committees to arrange for tho entertaining ot tho Cincinnati business men who will pass through tho city on May 23 on routo to tho Worlds fair Accepts Ruhllns Challenge Louisville Ky May 7 Marvin Hart has aoooptod Qua Ruhllna chat logo that ho can knockout tho LvuJ vllle boxer in ton rounds for pace aside and the contest Will take Ik Baltimore llr1II STOLE A MARCH The Independents Duy a lug Tobacco Warehouse In Louisville Ixiulivlllo Ky May GAllother In dependent tobacco warehouse Is to bo established In lou 11111 0 Tho com pany Acquires tho largest warehouse In tho city on Main street between Ninth and Truth Tho house has beer under tense to tho Ixmisvlllo Tobacco Warehouse Co generally known a willIdays Tho members of tho hove been buying on tho breaks for especlnlieprice pall for tire warehouse Is about Urjchased It but tho now company stole a march ICOL M A COCHRAN DEAD Former Commandant at Fort Thomas Pitied Away In Florida Newport Ky May Disappoint hirs over II death ot his wife and son within pnrtlrY MelIcorn whoIaway Tuesday night according to a die patch Had ho lived a tow montht longer friends are confident he would have been honored by promotion to nljlowedcongress FROM DR DUNCAN Who Shot Alleged Despoiler of HII Home She Seeks Divorce Ixnilevlllo Ky May 6Mrs Ann suittleging abandonment Mrs Duncan now living In St Louis On October 21 00t Dr Duncan who was then superintendent of the city hospital shot Bruce Head at a railroad cam lIeollhlldwife Dr Duncan was acquitted after a short trial at IMtUburg Ho is now practicing mcdlclno here A J Hlgot Dr Duncans attorney said Wwlnns day afternoon that no contest would bo iriado Farmersr officials of the Continental Tobacco Co have decided to file suit against various farmers In Oallntln county nnd that section for damages aggregating 25 000 on the ground that they violated contracts and caused to be diverted from the company In tills way moro than 150000 pounds of tobacco Drier Freedom Somerset Ky May GJ W Ser ber sentenced to two years In tho you itentiary and who escaped jail hero tw J weeks ago was arrested by Shnr iff McForrln of Rockcastlo county Tuesday John Coffey a Negro who knocked down tho turnkey and escaped jail hero last week was arrested In Wayne county Tuesdaynight Kentucky Crops Frankfort Ky May 7Stnto Com missioner ot Agriculture VreolanJ completed tho compilation ot his monthly crop report and It shows tao wheat crop to bo only Gl per cent or- an average crop as to condition while oats is 90 per cent nnd rye 70 per cont Wihoat has Improved 2 per cent In condition slnco April 1 Kentucky Girl Attempted Suicide St Louis May 7Roso Rayls a beautiful girl from Henderson Ky made an attempt to commit sulcldo aI tho city jail She was saved by Turn koy OMalley Mlsa Rayl came hero a wook ago to seek employment which oho did not find and was arrested for walking tho streets because she hall no other pinto to go Forced to AulgnIWJlltatnstown Ky May GD 0 Points of this city has made an as slgnmcnt to Jim Noodhain for the ben edt of his creditors Ills assets are 16000 and his liabilities 7000 De predation of bank stock and tho pay moat ot securities rondo serious inroads upon his fortune A Strange Fever Bergcnt Ky May GSallie John son 17 daughter of Tandy Johnson who died Monday night of a strange foyer on Long Fork crook succumbed- to the samo disease Thoro are threo other cases under treatment and great excitement prevails Miss Johnson la tho third victim of tin malady Farmer Commit Suicide Carlisle ICy May 7Durch Wells farmer committed sulcldo Friday aft ernoon at his homo near Bluollck Springs by shooting himself through tho bead Melancholia caused by tho death ot two children promptod tho act Will Start McChesney Lexington ICy May 7ln a dls patch to tho Kentuoky Farmer and Breeder E E Smathors declares that be will start McChesney In tho Brook Ijrn handicap It is believed that this announcement W ncf thl discussion THE FINANCES OF RUSSIA In Recent Years the Supply of Loana ble Money HOB Become Scarce and Dear Russias position Is like that of a nobleman who has a largo but ullerl neglected estate and a house that Is falling about his cars who Is deeply In debt who pays one lender by borrowing fro another who sees his debts steadtl mounting up toward the pointajwldc h ruin becomes unavoidable and who des perately molten tho most fantastic at tempts at malting money hoping to dls entangle himself nays O Kltzbachcr n the Nineteenth Century One of Hue ales strange expedients for settln- money was lately revealed Accord IeldngI1the Boxer rising from China an In groundYAccordIngr InIIscarce nnd dear In the various money renters of the world and It would have been extremely difficult for Russia to provide for her ordinary peace expend beenIshe tan apparently not make both ends meet Therefore It Is not easy to se how Russia will bo able to raise th funds necessary for carrying on the Jap anew war which will probably prove exceedingly costly and how she will meet her current obligations unless she should abandon her overambltlous pol lay which Is beyond her financial strength and disband her army and navy However such an event seem hardly Many IIkelIlong past been of opinion that Rus sin Is financially unable to conduct a great war However V cX of money hasInever prevented a nation from goln war for It may make up for Its war expenses by repudiating Its public obllgalions comIr prosentImoney market can no longer supply Russia willsthanIprobeIlancc for In the first place the thrifty senslthoiwould have proved herself financially unable to be an ofll clent ally to France In case of war Am pie funds are after all sinews of war which are as Indispensable arc armies and fleets- INDIANS OF ALL COLORS Negroes Predominate In Muskogee Whites Come Next nnd Reds Are Almost Rarities Tho first Impression one gets of importantof a southern city with a large negro population Tho negro predominates the whites come In noxt and the ref exceptionsAnd yet says the Kansas City Journal legally and technically In Muskogee largo proportion ot thpso negroes and white men are Indians and arc called such and this is true throughout titCreek and Muskogee nation The title Indian includes Indians by blood Indians by intermarriage and freed men Tho frcedmon are the slaves who were liberated during tho civil war or their descendants They were ad mitted to full citizenship lu tho Creek nation and are entitled to share in the distribution of the lands and moneys of tho tribe They can vote for the tribal officers and are eligible to tho tribal offices The Crook council con- sIsting of the house of kings and the houBo of warriors is in part made up- ot negroes Freedmen however have not been toIChickasaws but the United States government proposes to give them 40 acres of land apiece but it must relm landIIbondage to tho governments wards tho Indians- Intermarriage between the fullblood Indians and tho freedmen has been frequent and extended among the Creeks somewhat less so among the Seminoles and practically unknown among the Choctaws and ChIckasaws The existence of these negroes In such numbers as In tho Creole nation and under the circumstances creates a ne gro problem of great importance and greater difficulty Pattern Right nt Hand I am supposed to die of a broken heart said tho unmanageable actress Now bow am I to know how a per son with a broken heart behaves Ill tell you what to do answered the plainspoken manager You study tho author ot this play after he sees your first performance of It Stray Stories Doctored Herself A woman died in St Leonards Eng land recently of selfdoctoring as she disliked doctors A witness at the In quest testified that deceased had been known to take at one time just before going to bed nine compound rhubarb pills several mixtures four tablespoonfuls of sanna three tablespoonfuls of cascara and a quantity of magnesia- I P mTHE LITTLE WORDS Youd be surprised Im rare to know How far a little word can go How noel mile It runs away 11p hill and down a stools day How many angry hearts It wakes How many plrninnt friends It makes What very wise things can tell What very simple ones an well truegHo take good care before that word lly anybody else In heard That It shall truly worthy be To Join a happy company Of helpful words that march with grace And boar sweet sunshine In the face Frank Walcott Hull In Youths Companion PRANKS OF A MONKEY PET Acted as Laundress and Performed the Duties of Assistant to the Family Cook STonkeysarothemostlroltatlreoDallh propensity for imitating tho doings ol mischiefLondon lad with a pet monkey whose Inquisitive and Imitative nature made him the pest of the neighborhood bears amusing testimony One day this monkey observed the maid washing tho lace of her mistress Ilie very obligingly offered to help her was angrily repulsed by the maid The monkey stopped for afew minutes at a safe distance to give tho maid a well deserved scolding for her rudeness and then started out evidently Intent on finding other laundry work to do The result of his sudden Intrusion Into the besteUnfortunately she says tho wIn- dow of my room were invitingly open and he entered with the idea of the washing itlll fresh In his head He soon discovered two small drawers contain ing lore ribbons and handkerchiefs Ah hero was the washing all ready to his bands In a moment all of these ar ticles were out of tho drawers and Into a foot pan together with all the soap and water that happened to be In my room and tho laundering began lie must have washed away with great vigor for when I returned to my room after an absence of an hour orso I found him busily spreading out to dry the torn and disfigured remnants of my lace rib bons and handkerchiefs Ho was well aware that he had done wrong Without my speaking to him ho made off the mo ment he saw me going very quickly and hiding himself In the caso of the kitchen clock In his own home Another time this same monkey saw tho cook at work preparing partridges for dinner This looked like an amusing and Interesting operation and he determined forthwith to put It to the test There wore no more partridges but ah yes his mistress had some pet bantam fowls Doubtless one of them would do equally well At the first opportunity bo hurried out In the yard seized one of the hens quickly returned to the kitchen and then coolly began pulling out tho feathers just as he had seen tho cook do utterly regardless of tho squawking protests of the poor bantam Tho servants heard the noise and hur rlfd to the kitchen but they found the hen In such a pitiful condition that they were obliged to kill herN Y Herald and Martina de la Cruz a aud sister wore the sect ond and third children In a Fill plno family of eight Their elder brother living In Manila is 30 years old 5 feet 7 Inches high and weighs 138 pounds Martina the next eldest is 31 years olu and 27 inches high Juan tho next In ago Is 29 years old aud 29 Inches high Their parents and the five youngest children all ot whom are dead were of average height Brother and sister are respectively sov en and nine Inches smaller than Gen Tom Thumb Juan has been married and is the father of a boy eight years old lIe is as largo as any child of Uiat age in the Islands His wife who was a Filipino of normal size died three years ago The midgets read and write and perform arithmetical prob ROMPED WITH HIS SHADOW Jack Had a Lot of Fun with a Strange Puppy That Came Whenever the Sun Shone Jack was a little white puppy he had been carried away from his mother to boyThoJack was very lonesome I wish I bad some ono to play with Oh I do wish somebody would come and play with me he said as the maid put him out In the back yard for a run It was a clear sunny day and Jack soon nor ticed a little black puppy capering along besldo him It was really his shadow but Jack thought It was an other puppy Lets run a race he barked and tho shadow bobbed and nodded Off they went round the garden end round the garden but Jack could never get one step ahead ot trio little black shadow puppy They tried digging in the lower bed to seo If any body had burled tones there The little black puppy stood right beside Jack and seemed to dig just as he did They didnt find any bones but they had a great deal of fun and once when IT WAS HUALIA IllS SHADOW they found a scrap of meat that cook had thrown out of the window the black puppys nose went down to It just tho same as Snowball but Snow ball was sure he never took a bite fort was all there for the little white dog to catIwho took care of the horses como to the door and whistled The black puppy ran right beside Jack as if he had been called too Sure your little master has come John said picking up the puppy and carrying him Into tho house Jack was glad to see the little boy to whom ho was to belong and you may bo sure tho little boy was glad to see him but tho puppy felt grieved when ho found that the little black dog had not come In the house lIe did not come In that day and he never came Jack found that If he wanted to hnvo a romp with his shadow ho must go out Into the sun light And so you will find It too St Louis PostDispatch What Makes Papa CrossPI a1seereworked upon his nerves making him somewhat impatient and fretful What InIQulredexplained the cause of the trouble add ing We must be very patient and kind with poor papa lIe is suffering nereIlhemoment then She solemnly remarked Mamma when I grow up I will marry a man with a sciatic neverIOur Young People Juan and Martina de la Cruz The Smallest People in the World JUAN lems in the VIsayan tongue speak the Tagalog lingo besides Spanish and some Kugllsh Even In their own country they were regarded as freaks In tho showmans parlanco and spent several years giving exhibitions of native anti Spanish dances and tho acrobatic feats of tho southern tribes About a year ago they went to Manila where thoy made their ape pearance at the American theaters before the soldiery of the United States Soon after their arrival they wore se cured for the Philippine exhibit at the St Lnuls worlds fate They were brought to tho United States a few weeks ago In advance of the fair that they might become acclimated and ao customed to the food and water of this country They are spending the inters val before tho opening of the exposl Uon In California Joseph Pominville of Still IMr Minn after having spent over with the best doctors for stom ach trouble without relief was advised by his druggist Mr Alex Richard StomachIa wellman today If troubled with indigestion bad taste in the mouth lack of appetite or constipation give these Tablets a trial and you are cer tain to be more than pleased with the result For sale st 25 cents per box druggistI LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 24 1903 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea 3 20 a m Arrive Richmond3 52 a m mrArrivedoing North TrAin 0 IlnUr Leave Berea12 55 p m Arrive Richmond 125 p m pmArriveGoing South Train Molly pmArriveGoing South Trnlu a Holly Leave Berea ll11 pm Arrive Livingston1l 30 am Trains No and No 5 make con nection at Livingston for Jullico and the South with No 21 and No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent Sure Thing It is said that nothing is sure ex cept death and taxesbut thats not al together true Dr Rings Discovery for Consumption is asure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can testify to that Mrs C B Van Metre of Shephertown W Va says I had a severe case of Bronchitis and for a year tried everything I heard of but got no relief One bottlo of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me absolutely Its infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumonia and Consumption Try it Its guar an teed by East End Drug Co Drug gist Trial bottles free Reg sizes COc 100 IEXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS C1 Anyone sending a ikttrh and description may Ajcertnln our opinion Invention Is rutenuble Commanln- ttlonitrlctljconddentfu Handbook on Ictentsent fleauideta enclforeecnnna patent Patents taken Sloan A Co recelrs tftclal nottet without charge In the Scientific American A handsomely Illustrated weekly Israeli elf culation of an clentino Journal Terms IS a jeart four months IL bjr all ntwidralin aco 3616madnr Newmllrancb Ollloe ez V ilL wuht stow A A Startling Test To save life Dr T G Merritt of No Mehoopany Pa made a startling test resulting in a wonderful cure He writes a patient was attacked with violent hemorrhages cawed by ulceration of the stomach I had often found Electric Bitters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I prescribed them The patient gained from the first and has not had an attack in 14 months Electrio Bitters are positively guaranteed for Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation and Kidney troubles Try them On ly SOn at East End Drug Co Druggist i EARLY RISERS TIE rANeUI LITTLE ILLI For sulek wlUf from lIIoUIIII Sole rUsfeeke Torpid User Jaun dice Dittlneu and all troubles arts lf from an Inactive orsluffUh stalled D Wltls Little Early Risers are veII Thayaot remtlly arid sever gript They Ire M dalaty that It is a pUawra te take them Ono to two aot aa a mild Itxativet fro er four set u a pleasant and efUollve eathartio They ere purely vegetable and absolutely harmless They lento the liver Tim fiiiiii UK lorrir VUMM IT K O D Wli 3o Chicago Good Advice Is to tell your neighbors to use Par acamph for Cold in the Head or Cheat It relieves Colds Catarrh and Sore Throat quicker than any other known remedy because it opens the pore induces perspiration and removes congestion It drives away that stop pod up feeling and draws out all fever and inflammation Try it Ik wont take a minute and it will relieve you in lees time THE CITIZEN Eastern Kentucky News No correlpondence pubUlbed unless dined In tall by the writer The tame Is not tot pubUcatlon but as as evidence of good faith Write plainly otItIIII I 1111111 I I IIIIIIfIIIIIII1 I I 1111111111 I I I I MASON COUNTY MAYSYILLE tiny 0Mrs Clam Longs little granddaughter Clara died Friday afternoon of pneumonia Mis q Limbo lliggins of the East End critically illlit her homo Mis Fannie Jewett of Lexington visited SundayschoolSunday SuudaysclialConventionThe the Plymouth church last week undei the suiwrvision of Edward Gordon were a grand success We are glad to note that Miss Anna Berry who has been ill with fever is up and out IIgaiuThe Sewing Circle of the Bethel church will have a May Festival beginning May 23and ending May 20 with a rally There will bo musical entertainments II drill and many interesting features during the week Everybody is invited to attend Mrs Lucy Wood who haula paralytic stroke is re covering rapidly There will be six graduates from the Fifth Street high school in June They are Misses Essie Williams Janie Smith nod o Messrs James Mundy Samuel Robinson George Hinton and Charles Harris GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE May GF M Curter continue very poorlrThos Shepherd is a little better Mrs Thos Shepherd is very low and not expected to live Tho neighbors are very kind to them Mrs W H Hammack and children left Monday to join her isbaadin Terro Haute Indrs P II Kauh ler visited her parents hero Saturday nightA J Hammack und wife visited their children at Paint Lick Florjtyou week that tho proudest man in the world is John Sowders It is a fine girlThe farmers are very busy planting Wo will try to swell tho crowd in Boron on Commencement Day Undo Jack says ho is going if ho can find tho way- BREATHITT COUNTY JACKSON May GJudgo John Griffith was one of the Jurors of tho United States Court at RichmondThero was a wreck on thoL E Railroad Wednesday April 27 which delayed the east hound trains quite awhile Granvillo Mcintosh of Quick Sand died last Tuesday ofconsumption timidwas buried Wednesday in Ma sonic honors by the Lodge here Walker Colo and Miss Jenny Bello Back were married at tho brides mothers last ThursdayE C Jones nurseryman left hero last week to sell trees Farmers are very busy now preparing to pitch their crops for this season Several delegates from this county are attending tho He publican Convention at Louisville ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY May 0 Attorney C C Williams of Mt Vernon was here Tuesday to sew Mrs Shockley in to her injury by the train several weeks ago Rev J F Phulps was hero on business this weekU S Berry is on tho sick list this wcekrs T D Hurst is visiting her son Dr A L Hurst at Kingston Measles after calling on all who had no ro ceipt leas left Conway and is making acquaintance with many in the sur rounding county Georgo T Johnson of Wildio was at Conway Sun clayFartern aro taking every ad vantage of tho fine weather and corn planting is the order of tho day Prof D C Pullins went to Brush Creek this week on business connect ed with his patent Iwo hive Ho is now kept very ImsyMrs D N Martin is visiting friends at Rich mond Sundayschool hero at 8 oclock pnn every Sunday All I should attend Parents should ro member that more good can ho ac complished by attending Sunday school and encouraging the good work than by remaining at homo or collecting on tho railroad gossiping whittlingChelllistR from Lox j ington aro hero dualizing the water We hope that time new hotel laud t1famous watering resort is soon to bo a go ROCKFORD May UTlwro was preaching at Scaffold Cano Saturday and Sunday Born to the wife of I L Martin on the 3rtla flue girlMitis Vorgio Martin visited May Todd Saturday mid Sunday Farmers are very busy hero planting coreT C Viars and daughter Beulah went to Berea Sa- turlayHiss Stella Gadd was at 1 Rqckford Saturday on business jrsSusan Ilolman who plus t I u sick is soma better1r Matilda Jones little baby died lust week of measles and fever Dr Retl has moved to the little farm he bought of Isaac Martin Little Ruble Abney is with his sister Mrs Stephens this week BOONE May U Farmers are ready to plant cramJessrs1 B Cole and J H Lambert were Berea visitors Saturday Rev J W LanuVrt and G L Wren went to Estill County last week There will be preaching at Fairview Church next Saturday and SundayA D Knuckels who has been in tho State prison for some time has returned home Mrs Tom Young and children loft for Illinois last week where she will join her husband OWSLEY COUNTY CONKLINO May tThe rains havo delayed time farmers in their corn planting B P Ambrose ought a now harrow frame last weekrs Nellie Rob erts who has been visiting friends here left for her home in Boron Tuesday Henderson Sizeinore has just purchased a fine watch of X F Ambrose Tom Smith time traveling photographer and fruit agent is in this viciuit Rev L C Roberts has just returned from Leo County Skid Wilson has a fine lot of sheep for sale Ho will sell forty for sixty dollars The O Ie Lumber Cos tram road is rapidly nearing comple tionDoe Mainous who Isis been sick for so long is again able to Ill in the field Ida Mainous visited friends on Buck Creek last week Granvillo Combs says THE CITIZES is a fine paper mid he would not lo without it at mull11e heartily agree with him May iThu corn planter with its musical note resounds from every hill and valley this week X F Ambrose finished planting cost the fifth of MayG W Garrett return ed Tuesday from Berea where ho attended tho Conference of the County Suerintendents David Den- ton and Win Sizemore caught some fine fish Wednesday night Isaac line ker has returned home lIe expects to teach this year Mary Ray will teach on Wolf Creek this fullJesse Wil son has houlghlt a flue pairof match n1ll1csX F Ambrose shot a flue sea gull this week after other marks men failed It was a beautiful bird and time first ever killed hereEllen McQueen visited Anglin Saturday John Stacy is visiting his mothe- thus weekII H Legg has given his house a new coat of paint Three hundred dollars have IHCII subscribed for tho building of a new Union Church house on White Oak Every Ixxly is invited to donate something and Sam Clark of Major will receive time donations as treas urer Sunday School was organized at White Oak school house last Sun day GABBARD May 7Circuit court begins at Boon e ill 0 JoudayTho farmers aro very busy planting corn James Gabbard spout Saturday and Sunday with friends on Cow Creek Tom Minter was at Boonevillo Sunday Miss Lucy Reynolds of Evorsole paid her sister Mrs Emma Cole a short visit Saturday Some of tho farmers lucre have burned off their now ground Rev McDonaldof Beattyville was time guest of R W Minter Monday James B Bolin humidn log rolling last Saturday Prof John Golf of Indian Fields Kyvns hero last week calling on tho merchants Ho is a drummer for a lour luousoDr Kash has hind a paling fence put around his house STURGEON May 5George Bowman was in Richmond last week as a governments witness against Chas Gabbard for violating tho revenue lawsTie law suit between H L Beeknell and John T Bowman was dropIKlullll- tho result was a compromise and a hearty hand shako and still old friends James Peters and Wm Ball have an np to date photograph gal lery at tho head of Island Creek and aro devoting there time exclusively to that business Tho I O 0 F Lodge of Travelers Rest dedicated their new building Thursday last and report a good time John D Creech James Botner find G W Garrett made addresses James Isaacs is solo agent for the River side Woolen Mills Time quilting tumid birthday dinner at G C Rob erts Friday in honor of their son Arch was a most enjoyable affair- E C Mainous has returned from school at London He will teach the homo school tho coming season Mrs II L Becknell who Ixen very low with hemorrhage of time SCOTT EWUtSSI Scotts Emulsion is the means of life and of the en joyment of life of thousand ol men women and children To the men Scotts Emulsion gives the flesh ani strength so necessary for the cure of consumption and the repairingof body losses front anywasting disease For women Scotts Emul sion does this and more It is a most sustaining foodand tonic for the special trials that women have to bear To children Scotts Emul strengthforand blood For pale girls for thin and sickly boys Scotts Emulsion is a great help Send for freo samplo GCOTT ft DOWNE Chemists 400415 Poarl Street Now York LOc and 3 1OO nil ilruHKlstu lungs we are glad to announce is much improved Thomas Gentry who is clerking for the 0 K Luni ler Co was1ii Island Creek Sunday X F Ambrose formerly of Korea was at church hero Sunday Subscribe for THE CITIZEN anti get the news JACKSON COUNTY SAND CAP May H Farmers are busy plant ing corn Bark peeling isalxjut over Circuit Court closed at McKee on Saturday The Grand Jury return ed 52 indictments The case of the Commonwealth against Hiram Dens for killing Peters resulted in a son tence of 21cars in Steles Prison for DtaslirotIllr Ximrod Smith of Rockeastle Countywill preach at Sealx rns Saturday and Sunday Jacob IkHard and John Brockumn went to Berea last Wednesday to see time doctor Mr Hellard nut Ixtn nutty from homo for abut It- monthsJ R Morris antI wife are visiting his brother D B Morris at McKee Palestine Hoskins who was severely injured by a limb falling on him while cutting some timlxT is out at his work again now Hellard was Run eyiug for the Widow Sparks last week MCKEE May USlnator W H Clark Dr W T Amyx ami IX G Collier at tended the District Convention at London last iioekThe ount r Re publican Committee was reorganized and they suet at McKee April 2il and 11rClark County Chairman for thIwd four years Circuit Court has Ixen in session the last week among the visiting attorneys were H C Hazel wood from Richmond Ed Hogg of Booneville Geo C Moore of London and Will Itollins of Manchester Lewis Sandlin of Fayette County is visiting his daughter Mrs John Farmer of this place The Day School and Kindergarten are pro gressing nicelyThere were two sentenced to the State Prison this term of Court One for 10 years and tho other for 21 years Both were for murder KIRBY KNOB May 1OTlw party that visited caves and friends hero Saturday was composed of Misses Leer Fhgiery and Click and Messrs Hinman Percy Leakyand Flaneryhiss Eliza Hurley was at SlIIlIla school hero Sunday Grandma Ga heart was able to go to hear Rev Grilhth at Oak GrovoSunday Isaac Sparks came hone from Wildio a week ago Miss Fannie Hatfiold camo home front Berea and stayed over Sunday Laura Hatfield has returned to Berea to school taking her sister Nannie with her fort visit this week Little Fred Powell is very low with pneumonia fever Willie hack was sentenced to time penitentiary for ten years for the shooting of Ton suites last spring Paulina Xeoloy find Henry Isaacs were married last week at tho home of Wilson Isaac WHAT HAPGOODS HAS DONE During the year 1003 Ilapgoods hits placed in high grade positions over uOO young College University Technical School garduates Our cam paign for 1101 is now in progress Yore firms than ever are looking to us for capable graduates and wo wish to get in touch at onco with every senior who will ho looking for ir position in business or technical work Write nearest office for hook lots Hapgoods 809 Broadway Xow York Hartford Bldg Chicago Penn sylvania BldgPhiladoIphia William son Bldg Cleveland Pioneer Uldg Seattle Colorada Bldg Washington Mum Loan v Trust Bldg lill olis Chemical Bldg St Louis Park Bldg Pittsburg Made Young Again Quo of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in Sty teens again writes D II Turner of Dempsoytown Pa They are tho beat in tho world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely ego table Never gripe Only 2fc at tho East End Drug C- oYour Heart When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood Trouble Results Have you heart trouble You have It you find It hard to breathe after walking up stairs exercising eta It you havo pain la your left side In client back or shoulder It you suffer from cold extremities polo face bluo lips dry couch swollen ankles It you leave tainting spells breant pang palpitation redness of tho taco discomfort In sleeping on ono side Tho only scientific treatment for this wholo train of troubles Is Dr Miles New Heart Cure Dr Miles New Heart Cure Is tho prescription of a famous specialist whose great success In treating obitl nato nervous heart disease has innJo hIs name pracmlnent In tho medical and scientific world Tho medicine will euro you We know It We want you to prove It If first bottle does not benefit your druggist will give you back your money nttimesbad I could not sleep limit the night theLedof my brothers have died of heart truu and I thought I was going the seineway but about two ana n naif years 1111Newtry a few bottles After tiling them I recovered and have had better henlth yearsIlaslorlloplllltFREE TrialInekaFa ItemrlyforSpecialist will diagnose your case till you what Is wrong and how to right II COLuOIL1roIUL A Long Walk Is often followed by Sow Tired Aching Burning Feet Pnrncamph relieves Sore Foot quicker thnn other known romtHly It draws out time fever nnd inflammation It cools it soothes it cu- resINDIGESTION I WM troubled with stomach trouble TbcdlorJ DUck oodlators medicine I took la a JWMHS BAKAH B tl1IJ nIl ELD Elletterllle lad TheJfonTi hack Draught quickly invigorates ac stomach and cures even chronic cases of- intllgllltion If you will n small do of Timed fords lllack Draught Btouallr you will keep your perfect THEDFORDS LA DRAUGHT More sickness it caused by constipation than by any other disease TLodfordi blockDraught not only re lives constipation butcurua diarrhea mull dysentery and keeps the bowels regular All druggists sell 23cent package DlnckDraulfht cine to regulate tho bowels usedMRSAFcrrytN0 CONSTIPATION To Farther Increase Our Trade Wo nro ofFering the chonpost goods out Before buying olnnwhoro cnll and Ron UH Millinery IntefltHtyles nt Rock Bottom IricM MOUH Cloth ing from 3 GO up to 800 Rtgulnr SO nm1U VnluoH Calico 5c per yd Iorcalnn yardGrocsries Oil 12 els per gal Highest Price Lnitl for Produce Azbill Azbill Buroa and Big Hill Pike Quick Arrest- J A Gulletlge of Verbena Ala was twieo in the hospital from n severe CJHO of piles causing 21 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Buck leas Arnica Salve quickly arrested further Inflammation and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain 2Co nt ho East End Drug Co RESULTS COUNT I u tluIerhowAnd they are tho things tlmt guido tin always in tho buying of our vehioliw First wo consider WEAR how tho vohiclo Is built tho kind and temper of tho springs tho nmtorinl in tho wheels tin lifor tho vehielo tho trimmings of tllpaiR hacks amid tops tho system of minting imed Then wo look lor STYLE otylo amid shnptrtitylo in fluinltstyle in nppo rnnco If you want n stylish longwearing and thoroughly sntHfnclory vehicle no matter whist kind youll find it in our riiKmltory BICKNELL EARLYChestnut Street BEUKA KY DISTRIBUTING DEPOT FOR PITTSBURGH PERFECT FENCES ALL GALVANIZED STEEL WIRES FOR FIELD FARM AND HOG FENCING THE ONLY ELECTRICALLY WELDED FENCE EVERY ROD GUARANTEED PERFECT The DURABLE Fence None so STRONG s5 All large wires jff Highest EFFICIENCY Js LOWEST COST3 2G1 No Wraps rto holdyMoisture n i v 4anRust Imnsnrauu lauLCT tifvcul style Absolutely STOCK PROOF Wi can SAVE YOU MONEY M FiRolof CALL AND SEE IT Wo bur in Carload lots In order to innko you the lowest prior poaniblo S E WELCH JRBoroa Ky n n o +O +O +O +O +O 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Florence Drop Top flail Bearing Sewing Machines 1 125 130 and Jf worth JW H50 and 05oCRUTOHER EVANS i i 47CCo oo+o +