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I unDH+ S+tfIIIIIt H III I I I II H r r r r r HH JAMES MIhTONRACER- r Sixteen DepartmentsEditor end Publisher Snltrtd at Utt Pageslrase1t I IVOLV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 19 1904 One dollar a year NO 18 11 IDEAS It is the man who sticks to his job who IWCQIIICH skillful and imloHiid I cut at liiHt goadtfug God dots tho rest A cow tlmt is raw lonttl in tho spring time must Imvo had a thought less or lazy owner last full Some jwoplo forget that Sunday comes onco II week and a mUll needs an hour of worship on Sunday an t much ns ho needs his daily ftxxl TAKE NOTICE Col OliO W Bain under the nUll piees of the Y M C A will deliver a lecture on 4Teinmnmeo next Monday night in tho Taleriiaclo Thin was to Imvo IHXMI last Wednefl day night t FROM THE WIDE WORLD Secretary Shaw signed a warrant eforIOXKJXX in payment for tho Panama Canal prorty According to a dinpnlcli received in St lxiiin IttiHsia will lure an ex liiliit at till lxiiisiana Purchase Kx HMition in St Louis troopshartdistrict of Armenia and massacred the inlmbitanlH hits IHOII confirmed The Etisn lEtlconci of ilioeese of Kentucky which will nnmo a sue censor to tho lato Bishop Thomas Underwood Dudley is in Hessioii at llopkinsville The IttiHsians now admit that the railroad is practically closed to Port Arthur Nothing has Inunheard from thereby wire for threo days cold nix days mail consigned to points south of HsiuYcii was returned The lajMinew it is oxjxcted will make a 1lIIhinltllalllllllllll attack on Port Arthur bvtwwn Mny20nod May 23 Tin Jajmneso aro advancing to ward the ItiiHsiaii j twit ion along three routes IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Arbitration willed till wage scale of 7XK union minlcrH in New York Gov Odoll hint vetoed the bill which would have rmttcd a great waste of the pourer nil Ixnulyof Niagara Falls Tho Lincoln league of Watortown N Y unanimously adopted resolu tions favoring tho nomination of mUm loot as Governor of New York State The total attendance at the Worlds Fair for tho wcoud weekending Saturday night showed an increase over i iOOOOmr the total atten dance for tho oHMiing week John Findley Vallaee general manager of the Illinois Cent nil full road accepted the api ointment to lit chief engineer in charge of the con struction of the Panama Canal Fifteen representatives of tho vari out intcsests concerned in till organ wition of a great inde endent lung distant telephone company will arrive in Ixxtisvillo today from St Louis Tho camjmign for vita presidential candidates is now getting quite warm Senator Dolliver and Congressman lloutelle and Marsh are earnest ad vocates of Ileprescntativo Hitt of Illinois to run with Roosevelt hilt is seventy but is a strong Weak 1- 1llllIlpplt for tho position Ollieillll speaking Washington nmy Ixx arid to ho rather vacant and dull Tho President and Mrs Hood welt are packing up for a short trip to Groton Mass Secretary Hay is now in St Louis to deliver an address before the newspaper tnca thero assembled Secretary Shaw is getting ready to go to California whero he tlllttclwlISICrctlr gagemenls and heat to tho wilds of Lake Saranac mud the Adriondacks COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Mrs Sarah Ilollins Burnain wife of Senator Burnain of Kichmond is lend at the ago ofeighty years Tho supervising architect has com plcted tho plans for tho proposed 50000 public building lit Iuysville Ky Thu work will lo placed on tho market about June 15 All dangerof astrikoof tho minors of tho Western Kentucky district is now believed to lw at an clltImill it is almoflt a certainty that the reduc IPt tion of 4 er cent will bo accepted by tho minors- Young Kentucky engineers are ambitious to assist in building tho Panama canal and it is said that a munlHtr of Kentucky State Colleges graduating class will secure positions on tho Isthmus Tho oflicial inspection of tho exhib it palaces at tho Worlds Fair yes terday brought forth much praiso for tho Kentucky exhibits President Francis and other ollicials shaking in high terms of tho mineral edu cutiounlnud tobacco displays i A NEW PICTURE OF THE COUNTESS OF YARMOUTH One of tho IHouUonlll tvrddlnnH of tact year was that of tho Earl of Yarmouth ami Mills ThAW of IllUburK The new picture of tho connlow bows herewith was uindo from a photograph taken a few weeks ago In Knitlnud THE GREATEST OFFER Ewer Made by any Nwtpepr Now Being Mid by The CltlunFull Particulars In ad on Par 5 No publisher hits over trade a moro lilHiral offer than that which is now Iwing mndo by the publisher of THE CITIZEN The full details of this great offer will Is found in tho ad on mgo fi lower right land curler columns G and 0 Alreadya minilxr of our subscrilxrs havo taken advantage of this offer but those who answer the OIlnt once will still be entitled to the extra premium orn look in addition to receiving TWO DOLLARS in value for every DOL LAR paid in The primary reason for tanking this phenomenal offer is to collect arrearages due us on Tun CITIZEN and at the same timo to add a large numlor of new sulwcrilwrs to our list A second rea 1n Is that tho war in the gust the presidential election tho Worlds Fair ami new difliculties III farming call for a larger amount ur reading matter than is usually demanded and wo desire to show our readers that we mil save them money if lhuywall give their orders for all their news papers lull magazines through us We tutu also introduce theta to high grade monthly magazines to take tho place of numerous cheap monthly story paiHrs published Tho lime is short there is swell for haste Please use Subscription Ulank page fi BEREA COLLEGE ALUMNI AND OLD STUDENTS They Plan a great Triennial Reunloa for this Year No reunion your has seemed BO nuspicous as this Already word has peen rltthtIJ rum a largo miller of their intention to attend the ex ercises of commencement week cold the grunt gathering of alumni and old students on Tuesday night June 7th Dr W 13 Barton president will preside Rev James Bond of Nashville Tenn and Mr 12 F White Esqof St Paul Minn will give the lending addresses The last hour of tho program should ho of great interest as it will bo filled with short s ecchcfl from tho alumni present and tho rending of letters from nb sent meml ers Everyone who can possibly IM hero should avail themselves of this exceptional opportunity to visit old friends null testify their lore of Alma Mutofe All expect on that day to tako a back seat lull give over grounds anti buildings to tho old boys anti girls BASE BALL Cincinnati Game Tho College team tact defeat at University of Cincinnati on Friday and nt Georgetown on Saturday Tho boys left on the 3IS train Friday and wore met in Cincinnati by Coach Chez of tho Uor C They proceeded to Burnetts Woods and rested until time for tho gamo to bo called Tho day wits rainy Tho giant was Jllltllit 3 pill Shafer and liotxats were the battery for U of C while Bur ixxlitionforEnlist fanned Bttrdetto got first on a wild throw ntoli second gut third on 1ostlowaitH sacrifice Hunt failed to hit and Berca lost her chance to uldinlkltptthe eight except Ernst and Burdetto in the third In the eight Racer walked went to Keeond on Hatchs singleErnsthit Loya pitchttl ball lYwtlewait preUhithome null put Burdctto on thinl Burdetto stole home Hunt failed to hit mad 1osllewait tiled on second Cincinnati starter in to win at till start getting three men on haste Lot Berea playetl themwlves but of the hole until Cincinnati failed to score From the second on Cincin anti had things easy They scored sixteen runs made fourteen tilts mull threw errors Berca wade three scores two hits and eight errors Store Innings 2 3 15078 0TCincinnati 0 3 4 2 3 2x 10 Berea 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 byShaferUn4ireKeeferThe Georgetown Came The lays left Cincinnati at 830 n in Saturday and went to Georgetown over the Q C The guar was called at 3 p in Postlewait anti Ernst Stevens and Florence were tho batteries Berea went to work nt onco Postlewait scored Ernst and Oslwrno were tthrown out at home Georgetown scored seven times in tho first two innings on ac count of Burins many costly errors In the third Postlewait got hurt slid ing homo iind was taken out of the game Tho lays were left without a pitcher nt the end of the sixth the game was called by mutual consent The score was ton to three favor of Georgetown The boys report a fine time They wore cntcrtainc right royally by the Cincinnati boys and were undo to feel nt home at Georgetown They reached homo at 1130 Saturday night Those who went wore Man tiger Pow Hunt Burdetto Ernst Hatch Iostlowait Simpson Oslxjrne Racer Kirk Logan nod Clltm Tho Iwys hope to cross Lots with C U of Danville before tho season closes Low Rates to Frankfort Account of Stato Meeting Grand Array of tho Republic the Louisville fi Nashville will sell roundtrip tickets to Frankfort on May 2 1th and 25that one faro plus 26cents This will make the faro front Boron and return 210 Tickets good returning until May 27th WANTKDSEVKKAL IKKSONS UV CHAR acli r end goat reputation In tuck ante one In to represent end adycrtlso- nldetn11tllhettWCallh LIIMIIeM tlntln 0180lhl financial lUmlhiK Salary tllOO weekly with ililltloiwl nil paynlilu in cntli illnct each WtHlncnlnr from head olllrci llorno end carrlaK liirnltlieil when KrlerencvR Unclow lieU aililrrmoil nivcloio all larilir era anil Wholrnaleri rcpt 2 third lloor Xl Dearborn 56 ChlcaRO Youll Need Money f- As long as you live so dont lay yourself out to spend all you earn as fast as you earn it Save money regularly and put it in the Berea Bank where it will work for you 24 hoursevery day and earn you 4 Per Cent Per AnnumuCompounded SemiAnnually l Berea Banking Co Main St BereaI Our low with good workmanship + and The great of that we have and a dissatisfied one proof that we you Information Painting Repairing and Rubber at the lowest prices for firstclass KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS F Prop Ky t Dry Good s Notionsand Ladies Furnishings CLOSE PRICES A Reliable to deal WHITE GIBSON Main Street Richmond Dillingham Corner II Get The Ladies Collars No season has produced such an abundance of styles in Ladies as the We show all the new styles in endless varie- tySummer Laces We have just added all the new oat to our stock of laces and insertings and can certainly you MillineryMidsummer prices vail here We are determine to carry over No trouble show goods Mr Mason Main St BereafKy Family Carriageth- at beauty and comfort with convenience is one of our ridingbuggies is unexcelled for work manship durability and comfort and will give more satisfaction for general family use than any other made prices are as as can be made superior quality number satisfied customers without is can please gladly Tires work C HIGGINS Richmond House with Latest beautiful Neckwear present patterns please nothing to Bettie A combines carriage consistent furnished ExperienceCounts For a great deal in every line of bus iness in few lines does it count for as much as in MILLINERYO- ur long experience has enabled us to bring together this season the lest stock of millinery we have over shown in Berea A look will convince you LARGE VARIETY CORRECT STYLE RIGHT PRICES Mrs A T Fish Main fi Center Sts Berea Ky III I I 111 111101 II Not too Soon Is it to plan for repainting your House Barn and other buildings wi- thHammar Brand Paint Sold and guaran teed by the East End Drug Co Main Street B rea Ky II I I I I I I I I HI I Subscribe for The Citizen eid hew I orelal Store eat the Irt Iho dealenl- fq The crnwae- hamr h lbu nuns old pre bottom a o iN THE WORLD- s r 0 JI5OES rJf jNotice rears tfuUt 11 lafr lerreloa P1i- rxnr1C MixiK4 Inlra u =UEHDIEU PaIr lU01 =15lii7U Pairs Buslneti More Than Doubled In four rears THE RCASOHS IW L JI ulaunake nml Belli more men s SUDuml 3iJthocJthm out other two uian uf irturrm In the world SttOrht11llct1leother makes aro found to t rot ordukary57uMade of the but leather Including Patent Corona dif Colt and National Kangaroo r 4 lli slut llMk 1W L fought MOO Ollt Edit Lln- otennotbeeduaar nt mnr Price tmar bymall ra rn CutnliiR Vc meek rl For sale by R RI COYLE Berea BEREA MONUMENTAL WORKS S S MOIRE PROPRIETOR d I have 55 sets of tombstones and monuments Prices range from 10 to W in marble in granite 140 to 160 I sell- White Vermont Marble Only Allcloudy marble is and will soon fade as it is poliswith putty and acid besides it is hard to read the inscriptions on cloudy stones AH 2 to 5 days Write for designs and prices S McGUIRE Berea Kentucky ftl N51 1 711 mu bkldtb Unotklp nor lbk as err arsonpmrntt res- roe Kettnblllly J rlurnblllty tt deer titrn frm- Mldlrtifetiohomer ui and te rnraklhbo 0r lira II matt olr and tukI ono rnnkling ot Rifles Pistols Shotguns- Yordohudllbe for Itspc =xteend trtrirUlne rno obtta them lot Mod ill 00101 bdwal I 1I0blo to dlrrlr lrerrryiJ MtinIferruybreP- oo prke upon rqet- etar lkvrtl puui otootto bnlnutto rrrk of iwontamtAdd tIentPbnun-rr JrtL iJ STEVENS ARMSx6 TOOL Chlropee VanalIla PI PLAY riMEIlust a pair of pouting lips Just two eyes of blue Why should give up my book Just to play with you Why should net down and roll On the Hour with your Do you think It quite enough That you want me toT Dollies dont appeal to me dont care for toys Thats rouse Im rowed up you set Little Rlrls und boys Are supposed to play with them Xever growed up men Youll be grown yourself some time thut will you do then I expect youll roll around All around tha Hoar For some little baby wee Itaby you udoro Im too old to pluy with dolls Oh my Kymoblue nut Ill never be too old Jut to ploy with you- I will never be too old Jitct to prune and sing Or to hold you on my foot While you dip und wing Till your yellow mass of curls 1kmts out on the airLook out now Im coming down treat we a pair What will be first a Jos1 Or a trulu of ears Slmll I be a Jumping trog Crooking at the slursT No I think Ill he a dog Chafing after you Look out for me here I cornel Boovoo wi w owoo J M Lewis In Houston Io- st1iflE MISSISSIPPIBUBBLE nIy EMERSON HOUGH Author at Tbe Story of the Cowboy The Girl at the KlIway route Etc C9IIrMlm tUo1 CHAPTER XXXI THK Oil BAT IKACB- Of tho tong and blUer journey from the Iroquois town to lake St Qoorge down the Richelieu and thence through the deep snows of the Canadian wlr tor It hoots little to make mention tiolther to tell of that devotion of Itaoitl de Ligny to the newlyrescued lady already reputed In camp rumor to be of noblu English family That sonslieutenant he IB tetc tnontee regarding madame said Pierre Nolr one evening to Jean Broboeuf As to that woll you know Monsieur Las Pouf So much fur yon mon hey par coroparalgon Ho is a great cupltalne Monileui Las said Jean Urcboeuf Never a better wont beyond the straits But very fad of lato Oh out since the death of his friend Monsieur le Capltalne Pem broke may Mary aid his spirit Monsieur Las goes not on the trail again said Pierre Nolr At least not while this loop Is in his eye The more the loss Pierre Nolr but some day the woods will call to him again I know nut how long it maybe yot some day Mother Messosebo will raise her tinier and beckon to Monsieur has and say Come my tool Tis thus as you know Pierre NolrYot at length the straggling settlo ments at Montreal were reached and hero aftor tho fashion of the frontier some sort of menage was Inaugurated for Law sad his party Here they llved through the rest of the winter and through the long slow spring And then set on again the heats of dimmer and there came apace the time agreed upon in the month of August for the widely he aided assembling of tho tribe tor the Great Peace one of the most picturesque und signlAcant meetings of widely diverse human be- Ings that ever took place within the ken of history They camo these savages now first owning the strength of the invading white man from all the far and Unknown corners of the western wilder floss They carne afoot and with little trains of dogs in single canoes in little groups and growing flotillas and vast lleots of canoes pushing on and on down stream following the tide of the furs down this pathway of more than a thousand miles The Iroquois for onco mindful of a promise came In a compact fleet a hundred canoes strong anti they stalked about the island for days naked stark gigantic contemp tuous of white and red men of friend and foe alike The scattered Algon quips whose villages had been razed by these santo savage warriors camo down by scorns out of tine northern woods along little unknown streams and over paths with which none but themselves wore acquainted From tho north group Joined group and village added itself to village until a vast body of people had assembled whose numbers would have been hard to cstt mato and who proved dllllcult enough to accommodate Yot farther west ad ding their numbers to those already gathered came the fleets of the driven Hurons and the OJibways and the Mlumls and the Outagamies and the Ottawa tho Menomlnies and the Mae routing oven the Illlnl late objects of tho wrath of the five nations The whole western wilderness poured forth its savage population till all the shores if tho St Lawrence seemed one vast aboriginal encampment Theso mussul at the rendezvous about the puny set tlement of Montreal in suck numbers that in comparison the white popu lation seemed Insignificant Then half there been a Pontiac or a Tccumseh had there been one leader of the tribes nnle to teach the strength of unity the vhlto settlements of upper America bad Iudood been utterly destroyed Naught but ancient tribal Jealousies held the savages apart With these tribesmen were many prisoners captives taken In raids all along the thin and straggling frontier formers and artisans peasants and soldiers women raped from the farms of Richelieu ccnsltaires and wool Ilho now grown savage as their captors and loth to leave tho wild life Into which they had so naturally grown It was the first reflex I the wave and even now the bits of ilotsant and Jetsam of wild life were fain to cling to the western shore whither they had been carried by tho advanc ing flood This was tho meeting of the ebb with the sea that sent it forward the meeting of civilized and savage and strange enough was the nature of those confluent tides Whether tho red men were yielding to civilisation or the whites all turning savage this question might well have arisen to an observer of this tremendous spectacle The wigwams of the different tribes und clans and families were grouped apart scattered along all the narrow shore back of the great hill and over tho Convent gardens and among those stalked the native French clad In coarse cloth of blue with gaudy belt and buckskins and cap of fur and moccasins of hide mingling fraternally with their tufted and bepalnted lsltors as well as with those rangers both envied and hinted the savage coureurs de hois of the far northern lur trade men bearded silent stern clad in breechclout and leggings like any savage as silent as stoical as hardy on the trail as on the narrow thwart of the canoe Savage feastlngs rlotings and drunkenness and long debaucheries come with the Great Peace when once the word had gone out that the fur trade was to be resumed Henceforth there was to be peace The French were no longer to raid the little cabins along the Kennebec and the Penobscot Th titer Richelieu wus to be no longer a red war trail The English were no longer to offer arms and blanetn for the beaver belonging by right of prior discovery to thoce who offered French brandy anti French beads The Ira quote were no longer to pursue a timid foe across tI e great prairies of the valley of Messasebe The OJIbwaya were not lo ambush the scat tered parties of the Iroquois The un ambitious colonists of New England neT VEUV SAD OF LATE and New York were to be left to till their stony farms in quiet Meantime the fur trade wasteful licentious un profitable was to extend ouward and outward in all the marches of the West From one end of the Great River of the West to the other the insignia of France and of Frances fling were to be erected and Prances poets were to hold all the ancient trails Even at the mouth of the Great River forestalling these sullen English and these sluggish English colonists far to the south in the somber forests and miasmatic marshes there was to be established one more ruling point for the arms of Louis the Grand It was a great game this for which the continent of Amer ica was in preparation It was a mighty thing this gathering of the Great Peace this time when colonists anti their king were seeing the first breaking of the wave on the shore of an empire alluring wonderful unpar this wild rabble of savages and citizens of priest and soldier and coureur Laws friends Pierre Nolr and Jean Drebocuf swiftly disap peared naturally filly and una void ably The West is calling to us Mon clout said Pierre Nolr one morning as he stood looking out across the river I hear once more the spirits of the Mescasebe Monsieur will you comeIaw shook his hood Yot two days later as he stood at that very point there came to him the silent feet of two coureurs Instead of one Onco more ho hoard in his ear the question Mpnslenr Las will you como At this voice he started In an in stant his arms were about the neck of Du Mesne tad tears wore falling from the eyes of both in the welcome of that brotherhood which is admitted only by those who have known together arms and danger and hardship the touch of tho hard ground and the sight pf the wide bluo sky t Du Mesne my frlonrU1 Monsieur Lasl It is as though you came from the depths of the sea Du Mosno said Law Anti as though you yourself arose from the grave Monsieur How did you know Why easily You do not understand the ways of the wilderness whore news travels as fast as in the cities You were hardly below the foot of Mlchlga non before runners from the Illlnl had spread the news along the Chlcaqua where I was then In camp For there t the runners brought also news of the DIg PearceI reasoned that the Iroquois would not dare to destroy their iaptlvcs that In time the agents or the government would receive the captives of the Iroquoisthat these captives would naturally como to the settlements on the St Lawrence since It was the French against whom the iroiuols had been at war that having come to Montreal you would naturally remain here for a time The rest was easy I fared on to tho straits this spritand then on down the lakes I our furs and anTTTow ready to account to you with a sum quite as much ns wo should have expected Now Monsieur anti Du Mesne stretched out his arm again pointing to the downcoming flood of the St Lawrence Monsieur will you come I see not the St Lawrence but the Mcssasebe I can hoar the voices call IngI iw dashed his hand across his eyes and turned his head away Not yet Du Mesne said he I do not know Not yet I must first BO across the waters Perhaps sometime I can not tell Hut this my comrades my brothers I do know that never until the last sod lies on my grave will I forget tho Mossasebe or forget you Go back if you will my brothers lint at night when you sit by your fireside think of mo as shall think of you there In the great valley My friends It Is tho heart of the world hut Monsieur There Du IeslleI would not talk today At another time Brothers ndlgu Adieu my brother said tho cour our his own emotion showing in his eyes anti their hands met again Monsieur is east down said Du Mesne to Pierre Nolr later M they reached the peach Now what think you Isnally as you know Pierre It Is a question of some woman It reminds me Wabana was remise enough when loft her among the Illlnl with you Now God bless my heart I find her how think you With her crucifix lout cool Ing for a dirty OJibwa Mary Mother laid Pierre Nolr If It be a matter of a womAnwell God help us ail At leaat Us something that will take Monsieur Las over sees again Tie mostly a woman muted Do Menne but this pasieth iny wit True they pass the wit of all Now did ever tell thee about the mission girl at Michillmacklnac but stay That for another time They tell uie that our comrade Graysokm du Lhut is expected In tomorrow 1lh a Pan from the far end of Superior Come let us have the news Tows lea printemps Tnnt des nouvellM hummed Un Meano as he Jiang leis arm above the shoulder of tho other sad the two uo disappeared attown time beach Dully apathetically lAw lived on his life here at Montreal for yet a time at the edge of that wilderness which had proved all else but i den Near lo him thuugh In these guarded times guest by necessity of the good sisters itl the Convent dwelt Mary Connynge And as for thene two it might be will that each but bided the time To her Law might as well have been one of the corded Sulplcian priests and site to him for all ho liked one of the nuns of the Convent garden What did It all mean where was It all to end lo asked himself a thousand tine and a thousand times his mind failed him of any answer lie waited watching the great encampment disappear first slowly then swiftly and suddenly so that in a night the last of the lodges had gone and tho last canoe had loft the shore There remained only the hurrying flood of the SI Lnwreuco coming front the west The autumn came on Early In N vember the ships would leave for Franco Yet before the beginning of November there came swiftly and sharply tho settlement of the questions which racked Laws mind One morn ing Mary Connynge was missing from the Convent nor could any of the sisters nor the mother superior explain how or when she had departed Yet had there been cloud observers there might have been seen a boat dropping down the river on the early morning of that tiny And at Quebec there was later reported In the books of the Intemtant tho shipping upon the good bark Dauphine of Lieutenant Rnoiil de Llgny sometime officer of the regiment Carlgnan formerly sta tioned In New Franco with him if lady recently from Montreal known very well to Lieutenant de Llgny and his family and to bo In his care en voyage to France tho name of said lady Illegible upon the records the polling apparently not having suited the clerk who wroto it and then for got it in the press of other things Certain of the governors household as well as two or three habitants from tho lower town witnessed the ar rival of this lady who came down from Montreal They eaw hor take boat for the bark Dauphine one of the last ships to go down the river that fall Yes It watt easily to ho established Dark with singular brown eyes petite yet not over small of good figure assuredly so much could he said for obviously the king kindly as he might feel toward the colony of Now France could not send out among the young women supplied to tho colonists as wlvftj very many such demoiselles as this otherwise assuredly all Franco would havo followed the kings rtiipt to the St Lawrence John Law n grave and saddened Iackhlplmlitparapet of tho great rock of Quebec gazing down tho broad expanse of tho stream Iplow Ho was alone except for a little child a child too young to know hor mother had death or dis aster at that time removed the mother Law took tho little one up In his arms and gazed hard upon the up turned face Catharine hI mid to himself Catharine Catharine Pardon monsieur sail a rake at his elbow Surely have seen YOU before this Law turned JoncMre the ambassa dot of peace stood by smiling and ex tending his hand Naturally I could never forget you said Law Monsieur looks at the shipping said Jononlre smiling Surely ie would not be leaving Now Franco after so luckily escaping the worst ol herdangersLife bo the same for me ovet there as here replied law As m luck I must declare myscif thr most unfortunate man on earth Your wife perhaps Is Jll Pardon I have none Pardon In turn monsieur but vou seetho child It Is the child of a savage woman said ljwJ- oncalro pulled aside the Infant e hood He gave no sign and Ii nice Indifference sat In his query Una hello sausage Hello anuvacM ITo lie Continued AN AMUSING BREACH limiiliiirilliiiitlnn on the 1nrt or a ltou liT that llriiiiKlit tpeed 1111 Con Ian Hamilton now vlnltlnK In this country figures In one of the heal campaign stories of the liner war The incident hnppogl during the cant paign eant of Hloemfotiloln says the lhlladolphln lwlu r when Hamilton hind nimtnanil of an Iilrtllli column half Canadian halt tegular that cuin IKiied limo extreme right wtnc of tloli erts army lien Hauilllun reviewed the Cnnu dial Infantry one ty In a small vii lane for the purpose of telling them they must stop the plundering for which they were 10 notorious that they hail eiroM the nickname of The Thousand T Me vet The eolcmn had Just drawn up a1 was Wkllltc fur Hamilton to bnlu tit review when a tagged rooster ran on from a but sad across the front of the line A kind of shiver mo thrii h the volunteer Suddenly a prlvai l d the rank and took after the ruwtter Halt shouted Hamilton Tne soldier ran on He shortly over look the rooater and turned back wringing the peek of the fowl Aa he passed the general he noticed the Arne scowl on hla fare The soldier was an Irish boy from Toronto and not eerily daunted but this time be temporized Throwing the defunct rooster at the generals feet he said There now Ill tachc ye t hall whin the general says so History records that the aolimin laughed and the general smiled Also that the soldier got only two days In quad for one of the most barefaced broaches of discipline In the records of the most Irregular corps In the army A STRANGE CURE tlrlydy far iii ilinillon Vn Mnilr- riiini n IVtL of nil r ilin lilill Mrs Wolfe the mother of thcTre8t gcnerul kept a comprehensive cookery book ollll preserved at Squerrlw Court Kent says the London News One of the recipes was for a good WIII tot for consumption Take a peck of garden snails says the urtarrlptlnn wash them In beer lust them in an ovenmind let them stay until lhet done crying then with a knife and fork prick the green from them and boat the snails shells and ill In a atone mortar Then take a quart of green earth worms slice them through th middle and strew th em with Halt then wash them and heat them tho pot being tint put Into the atlll wilt two handfuls of angHUn quart of rosemary flowers then the snails and worms then egrimony bear feet red dock room barberry brake hlloiipy wormwood of each two handful otm handful of nwtum rlc and one tune of saffron well died and battn- Then pour in throe gallons of milk Wait until morning then put In three ounces of cloves well benton harts horn grated Ki the atlll fond nll night This Bono stir It not Distill it with n moderate tire The pa tlont must take two spoonfuls at a time SHE WAS GRATEFUL Am AVnulil llcliHiiiatinIo It ni IliiiilliiK SiiiitliiircrH on ItIN Grove Mr Browns buslneM kent him ao oc cupied during the daytime that ho had little opportunity to enjoy the STII of his own children rolnta WOnmn linn1 Vmninlon Wh tonal holiday gave him a day of clips his young son was usually Mt chosen ccr Mrtnn t u Drown reproached by the wistful jsjes of his sovonyoarold daughter re versed the order of things null Invited tho little girl to go with him for n loin wallShe was a shy silent small person and during the two hours stroll not ll word could Mr Brown Induct the little maid to speak but her shining eyes attested that she appreciated hit efforts lo amusn her Indeed sho fairly glowed with suppressed happiness Just before they rnachtxl home how over the child managed but only after a trcmondoua struggle with her Inher ent timidity to find words to express her gratitude Papa what flower rjo you hike best sho asked Why I dont know my ihsar sun flowers I guess Then cried the little girl beaming with gratitude thats what Ill plant on your grave DR V H HOBSON 5 Dentist 4 Kvton Tim East End Drug Co do not hesitate to recommend Kodol DJs pepsia Curo to their friends and CUS loners Indigestion can Bed more ill health than anything else It der anger the atotnncb ntul brings on nil manner of disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you 011 cures in digestion dyspepsia and all stomach disorders Kcdol is not only a per feet digeslant but n tissun building tonic woll Ileuowed health per feet strength nud increased vitality follow its use ateatr1- 4I 1IMI M late t sod IllaNetnturaerurnqyr wfSWI FT CO ttttttornOpp US PHsat emU WllWnrtofi 0 Cured Hit Mother of Rheumatism If My mother line been n sufferer for runny years with rheumatism says- IV H Howard of HtiNbnml Pa At times site was unable to move at all while fit nil times walking Wits painful I presented her with n bottle of Chamberlains 1niu BRIm and after n few application site decided it was the mot wonderful pain reliever nh had ever tried in fact she in never without it now and In at old times able to walk An occasional application of Tain JJabn keeps away Ills pain that who was formerly troubled with For rale by S EWelch lrilriigpi II Good IIIYOSIII1OIIE Tor BI70 will Mint bjr renut nr pMI rmpl l Nw IH rliir T h with mylo4m1 iMiini truUuni tut lMu0 T12LI2GICAIMI OPERATING A Mrrtnttnr itmjy that will n bl yoa to ears- qdr watN send her mrTftirnph OUI which linqalu variety of ji or fur the ult tot will tend a Tlrplnn Cuio HERMAN C TAFEL CVIHTTHINa lltCTKICAl II4 itl 0 FMOKtt lOUIKIU Kr 4 J J AZBILLS Is the place to get your Blacksmith ing done We have the tools and the skill Horseshoeing 50c WBre headquarters for Rood work and low prices come Rio HILL PIKE 1 MILS EST Dcaci REPAIR THAT LOOM Bores College has secured market for homespun and homnwoven goods such aa hat coverlids linen dross linaey jeans blankets etc at follow lag prices Covorllda 14 to JOj Linen 40 to 50 cents a yard Dress Linsey 60 cents a yard Jeans GO coats a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes f3 n pair White lioHoy and white blankets are not In demand only on orders Cororlida must bo 2 yards 72 Inches wide and 2J yards 90 Inches long All dyes used muat be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to soil cover lids or homespun to Bores College should find out what the College wanta before beginning to weave 01 spin For Information apply In per too or by letter le MrstHettie W Graham BUM Kjr Whooping Cough In the spring of UK1 my children had whooping cough says Mrs D Ithoseen for whooping reimody keeps the cough loose the severity and frequency of the coughing spells and counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia For sale by S E Welch Jr druggist Buggy or Carriage iHarness 7 I WEATHER and tine FINE invite jou to drive I for pleasure end pro fit Does your Harness look well nn rent of your turnout or is it shabby and thus detract trout tho general appearance If so thems an easy way out of it Select n now set of Buggy or Carriage liar ness from Our Large Stock Ht ahtoniMiingly reasonable price However if you decide to make your old liar ness do let put it in good repsir for you It wont cost much T J MOBERLY oA1nln St Richmond Kv m Paracaniph- It i move Iimploi Illotche and IKack llftiln Ilea lull Hum Ilru set nn i Dwelling If you d- ont any tiihf last r ntdy you err- ucd wo VTI rdun1 your 1IIII MONUMEIITSaYte 1 OraMlU nd McrbU IWorll of all kind dono In a manner at rem sonable pric and with dispatch Allwork guar auttsxl b- yGOLDEN I FLORA RICHMOND Ky Ctornr of Mtnad tolllm Stru 4TA Curo For Plies IhI had n had case of piles F Carter of Atlanta Oa and conJatiltwl a physician who advised IIIH to try a box of UaWiltH Wicli Hazel Salve I Purchased n box and was entirely cured It is splendid for piles Hiving relief Instantly and I heartily recommond it to nil stiffer ore DeNVitta Witch Hazel Salve U unequalled for iU healing qualities Eczema anti other skin diseases nlso sores cuts burns and wounds of every kind are quickly cured by it Sold by Haul End Drug Co Druggists GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT t ST LOUI- Se n e r THE- HENDERSON ROUTE THE LINE THAT ISNCOMFORTABLEBEYOND FREERECLINING CHAIR CARS Official Routo For Kontucklans To ST LOUIS i Ask for our rates GEO L GARRET LJIRWIN Trav Passr Agt Don Passr Art LOUISVILLE KY THAT GONE FEELING TIRED DULL AND BLUE BACKACHE AND LASSITUDE happyriteDR DENZINCER Baltimore Mil i THE CITIZEN J tHII+HHI+IIII+IHHH The Home JBHNIB LESTER lULL Editor iHtHHHHHlHHIlIMlIll J CHILD STUDY I lly Ililen M WillII 10 11 ill Union itK rl New lConclnllIllmm lot wock v1ipped1sriiiUHton that novur WItS nsked by tlio fathers and mothers of former Kvnur Yintiolill Corjxmil punishment was so a matter of course Hint Sparu tho rx1iiiitl HJlOI1 the child ill gullur ully accvptcd IIHU Irtiisui That inoro children nro not Hx iU d sMiiks volumes for tho inherent JtIIllIIlItII or till mm Slur whip a child when you nro flhigryLILS said to n mother whom I know Thou I should novor whip at all nJlIit1I often thocasof Wo punish to nIilIIrown vexa tion rather tlmii to oiioll till child Many parents worn to forget that a personal rosjxwHibilily ami duty go with the bringing of a child into tho world Tho mother is with her child all day Slit can mould his charac ter to her liking if IIhwill SIlo should not threaten to punish or complain of the child to till father lot biLl lesson her iuIIuiuit for good On till other hand hero should lio I M rfett harmony Utweon tilt parents Tho child hhould IMI taught that an olfoiiM against ono is nn offense agiiinst Iwth- Children if lIwrlY trained will always Ito a wollspriug of joy III n IIOUKO First let us educate ourselves ns Hirents that wo may lx lit for this high olliiv and ioaxo holding tilt Ijtlunsgiit that children aro ours to rlHfMoctIan 1II0 oxMfting them to ho gocxl continu ally encouraging and liolioviug in gtxxhuss Ihyvili imcon 1tllIir adapt themselves to such and n Ixmd of tender lovo will Ixtweoii parent and child that well repays till effort of self control and jmtiemv the mother must make to keep this nttitudo of mind habitually Such is tho concensus of opinion among till lot educators 111111 tho best mother will reincinlior 4 1111 this nnd net wisely 4HIH+Hi ++ IIIHIH+ I I The School JOHN WIKT DINSMOHB EJi- torHHHHHHHHHfr +I Development of the Senses That all knowledge of tho outside 4 world must come to ns through tho avenues of till sonnets n psycholog t ical fact which every teacher roaliz r CH but lifter the child leaven tho kindergarten nothing in a Hx cial way is douo townnl tho development of tho HOIIHOS This should not lx j 1Ilior sjtocially HO whoro children do not have tills advantage of n kinder garton training Little exercises may ho introduced which tako up littlo titan and aro of inostimahlovaluo to till chili of oven tho third or fourth yearn Try something which deM nds en tirely upon tho sense of vision and NH how inolliciont they urn when it comefl to seeing things nccuniloly then MIMI how they will improve with J n hull training Somo Friday afternoon instead of t the regular lesson place ujtou tho I i tablo under lOUr several articles j ns chalk pencil knife bottle i Ilook Oivo tho pupils n moment to them over drop the cover then t lot thom write olin Rill of paper nil tho articles You rlile surprised to at your first results Lot them tr 4 again till thoy can do letter They h will soon try to rival each other in acute perception Hold n picture Iwforo the class Take it away nnd let them write tho different objects Pass a small pic ture around giving each tho santo timo to look it over let them writo ns before When school calls instead of morning exorcises ask thu pupils j to write what was in II certain shop I j window on their way to school A litter ask them the name ques 1tionnUll see how much letter results V 011 will gut nlollgVthom and let tho pupils arrange them tho way they woro at first Tho name idea may bo carried out with words nnd figures placed upon tho board nnd hastily removed These nro only n fow ideas und deal entirely jLt3 perceptive faculties Tho ingenious teacher will think of many others but lot us T not neglect anything that will assist pupils in becoming more ac 3curate observers Youth is the tune undefiorts along this line thou will repay much bettor titan later on t11IIItIiIt1l11II1I+III The Farm SILAS CUBEVER MASON Editor 1IIIII III 1111 I II IiI Iii I GINSENG GROWING FortunesMade In PuUikl llf Stock Company To Develop Nurseries Itilaski county which has IHHJII attracting nomo considerable atten tion in tho culture of ginseng within the mItt toor threo years and which county probably produces more snug than any State in tho Union now bids fair to tako tho lead and far outstrip all States in tho produc tion of this root The famous Ken lucky Ginseng Nursery owned by J I W Sears of Somerset has IMKII optioned to 1 P McCoy of Shang hai China with American headquar ION at Chicago and a stock company with a capital of UKKX will Ix organied at once with Mr Sears as manager Tho now company will entalil mil ollicc and oxxrimontal gardens how will launch a ginseng publication and in 1111111 other ways push tho industry in this county to the forefront in America Tho rapid growth of this industry in this county is something wonderful Only a few years ago till oxx riment bysonte of tho local x opo was commenced on a Very small scale and now there urn several nurseries ill tIn county that have valuations of many tllllUlIUllIllufllollllrfl1II1I111Irt11I1 this county produces moro snug than an entire Suite in the Union Tho flJilllllllclilliuto conditions of this county are 1scuulitirilyuitin1ttotl to thievery rapid growth of this not and the cultivation of it is fast assuming proxutions that will plaeo Iulaski county III till attitude of Ining tho leading ginseng county in thin world Several of thin Iulaski county citizens who iNgiin a few years ago oxjxjrim outing with tho culture of this root and who luid nothing at that time art now wealthy Kentucky Farm erll tint Jlrecdfr An Open Latter From tho ClmpinCNowii Early in tho spring my wifw and I were tnkou with dmrrhowi nod HO severe worn tho pains that wo called n pIty sician who prescribed for us but his modicinos failed to givn tiny relief A friend who had n bottle of Cham borlninii Colic Cholera mid Diarrhoea lloinody on hand gave each of us n doso anti we at onco full tho effects I procured bottle end before using tho entire contents wo wore entirely cured It is n wonderful remedy and should ho found in every household II C Bailey Editor This remedy is for untie by S E Welch Jr Druggist Came Natural John lJr is getting to be such a hard drlnkcrlNoiiHcnwl lie drinks as easily as 0117 1111111 I ever saw A Picnic Party Should always carry along a bottle of Paracamph In case of n bruise or n sprain it relieves tho pain instantly and cures quickly Also tho host remedy for Sun Burn and prevents Moequitooa and Chiggers from bitting you nOME MADE CANDY Pure Whplosomo and Healthful Assorted Bon Bonn in neat f pound boxes East End Drug Co Main St Boroa Ky Go to tho Red Whit and Blue Store For closing out Bargains in Shorn anti Clothing A nice line of Groceries always fresh at the right price Wo deliver from 10 a m until 4 p m Phone GO R J ENGLE Prop Chestnut Street 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 nec essary to taken 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 BISHOPSRETIREDAudrews and Walden Superannuated by the Methodist Conference THE OFFICIAL VOTE GIVEN OUT Tho Report of the Committee Recom mending the Election of Eight New lllsliops Was Adopted These Are to Fill the VacanciesCaus ed By Death Resignation and Retirement During the Present Quadrenlum Los Angeles Cal May 18 Action on two Important matters wan taken by tho general conference of the Meth odlat church at Tuesdays session Tho report of tho committee on Episcopacy- rocoinatending that tho conference elect eight bishops to fill the vancnn des caused hy death resignation and retirement during tho present quad renlum was adopted At tho close of n heated and remarkable debate bo twccn Dr James R Huckley and Dr Thomas II Neely the two foremost parliamentarians of tho Methodist church tho conference adopted tho report of tho special judiciary commit tee which finds that tho conference has no executive authority to district the Episcopacy that Is to substitute a diocesan for tho present Itinerant form of the residency and administration of bishopsThe first official announcement of the vote by which on last Saturday tho conference superanuatcd BIshops An drown Mallnllcu Vincent Foss and Walden was made to the conference In the rending of the minutes at tho open ing of tho session as follows Andrews for retirement CSS against 78 Koss for retirement COO against 1C3 Vincent for retirement C8D against 78- Mallalleti for retirement C17 against 90 Tho election of tho eight bishops be gan Wednesday morning and It Is ex pected to occupy considerable time according to tho number of ballots cast before a final result Is reached Un der tho rules of tho conference there arc ma nominations the delegates be ing allowed to vote for whomsoever they wish but that they must vote for tho full number of bishops to be electedTho feature of Tuesdays session was tho sensational debate between Dr Buckley and Dr Neoly upon a sub stitute offered by tho latter for flit judiciary committee report of the con stttutlonallty of tho redistricting 01 bishops BATTLESHIP RHODE ISLAND The Vessel Was Launched at Quincy Mass at Midnight Quincy Mass May ISThero were no formal ceremonies attending the launching of the battleship Rhode island Tuesday Mrs P C Dumaine wlfo of ono of tho directors of the Foro River Co christened tho vessel Arrangements had been made for the launching to tako place April 30 but a strlko of mechanics at tho ship yard necessitated a postponement The company endeavored to make tho do lay as brief as possible quietly plan nod to bring off tho event this week It possible but no announcement wat mado In advance of the day of which it was to tako place A crew of workmen was brought from Groton Ct to assist in the launching on account of tho lack ol skilled workmen at the yard duo to tho strike No interference was of fered by any of the strikers Tho battleship Rhode Island WM floated at tho last of tho flood tldo at midnight Sho Is apparently unin Jurod No attempt was mado to float the battleship during the day owing to tho tenfoot drop In tho tide but about an hour before high water Tuesday night six tugs took hold and succeeded In pulling tim big vessel oft tho float into tho basin Tho Rhodo Island rested on an oven keel all day on tho flats with her stern almost out of water but tho bed was an easy ono so that oa soon as the full force of tho flood tldo struck her she readily yielded to tho steady pull of the tugs No attempt was mado to dock her Tuesday night nor was there an exam ination of her hull but it is believed that she sustained no injury from her ten hours repose on tho mud bank Hearst Forces Defeated Milwaukee Wls May18lFho supporters of Edward C Wbll defeated tho adherents of William R Hearst In tho dcmpcratlc state convention Tuesday a resolution Instructing tho WIG consin delegation to the national con vention at St Louis to voto for Mr Wan having been adopted by a viva voco vote Delegates Instructed For Hearst Santa Cruz Cal May 18Dy a ma jority of19 votes tho democratic stato convention Tuesday night instructed tho delegation to tho national conven tion at St Louis to vote for Congress man W R Hearst for president Nominated For Congress Charlotte N O May 18J F Now ell of Charlotte was Tuesday nomi Dated for congress by tho republicans of tho Ninth district In convention at Newton Resolutions endorsing Pros dent Roosevelt were adopted I LOW RATES TO WORLDS FAIR The L fc N railway hilts arranged n low rate excursion to the St Louis Worlds Fair for May 31 Tho rate from Heren will IMJ only SOoTi for the round trip good returning ten days from date of stile Train No 0 leaving Berea at 1253 p in makes connection with social train leaving Lexington at J30 ptn nnd running through to St Louis arriving there at 730 a m following morning WHAT HAP600DS HAS DONE During tho year 1003 Hapgoods has placed in high grade jxwitioiiH UniversityTechnical progressMorens for capable graduates nnd we wish to get in touch at once with every senior who will le looking for n position in business or technical work Write nearest offico fot hook lets Hapgoods 30S Broadway New York Hartford lildg Chicago Penn sylvania Hldg Philadelphia William fIJI Uldg Cleveland Pioneer lildg Seattle Colorada Uldg Washington Minn 1oan Trust Hldg Minneap olis Chemical Hldg St Louis Park Hldg Pittsburg I FOR KENTUCKY SCHOOL BOOKS I Five Firms Have Presented Bids to the Commissioners Frankfort Ky May 18The state school book commissioners composed of the governor secretary of state au ditor clerk of tho court of appeals and superintendent of public Instruc tion met Tuesday to open the bids for school books as provided under the Cant rill school book law Flvo firms flied bids and gave bond as required by law but tho Globe Co of New York and the National Co of Louis yule bid only on copy books The American hook Co University Pub lishlng Co and Sliver Burdetto Co all of New York bid on tho schoolbooks tho bid of the last named com pany being considerably under the price fixed by the law Tho bids and sentItoed to meet on May 28 and voto for the bid which they think should bo ac cepted Burned Barn and Hanged Himself Munfordvllle Ky May 18 William O logsdon a farmer living near town hanged himself to a beam In his house after having set his barn on fire burn ing the barn and a cow and calf andL ono horse which ho had Inclosed stall so they could not escape Ills wife being awakened by tho fire found his body dangling from the beam In the house L T Mfu Oil ory pacAag A Shocking Accident Owlngsvllle Ky May 18At Knob Lick this county tho 14yearold daughter of George Withrow was play Ing under a thorn tree when she fell a long thorn penetrating her eyeball The thorn remained In the eye 15 hours before It could bo removed The sight Is entirely destroyed and the girl Is In a serious condition The Louisville Races Louisville Ky May 18Dad News beat Judge Hlmcs Fore and Art and Longmoro In tho feature event at Churchill Downs Tuesday A heavy rain fell while tho steeplechase event was being nm and Leo Planter finish ed first In a hard drive with Dr Now lln tho favorite Four favorites won Weather rainytracksloppyR- efuses to Answer Juestlons Frankfort Ky May 18Mony in Buranco agents throughout Kentucky have refused to answer questions sent out by State Insurance Commissioner Prewitt In regard to violating the antiS rebate law on the ground that the commissioner has no authority to com pel them to answer questions that would Incriminate them Body of Baby Found Covington Ky May ISThe body of an Infant was found Tuesday morn Ing In a tin box on the shore of the Ohio river at Falrvlew Ky a few miles below Bromley The discovery was made by one Tunning who Imme diately notified the Covington police and started for that city with the body The River Floater Identified Covlngton Ky May 18After al most six months the Ohio river gavo up its dead and the body of missing Emma E Llebhart who disappeared from her home In Covington Ky December 22 last was Identified Tues day Her disappearance was a mys tery Four Years For Stealing Mayklng Ky May 18 Richard Hackney 20 was tried In the Pike cir cult court for stealing a mule from William Frlscoe and was given four years In the Kentucky penitentiary Three years ago Hackney served one year for stealing 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has gone to tho Dea coness hospital for the operation Tho star slugger who leads tho league and is tho only batter In tho 400 class this year will bo out of the game for at least ten days more and possibly long er than that Opposed to Selling Warships Santiago do Chile May 18Thero Is strong public opinion against tho tolling of tho warships as thoso offer ing to buy them will not declare tho namo of tho nation for which they art Intended It is very probable that tho vessels will not be sold Declared Unconstitutional Albany N Y May 18frho court of appeals declared unconstitutional that portion of the flag law enacted by the legislature of 1903 which prohibits tho use of tho American flag or any repre sentation of it for advertising purI No 2000 Solid Gold Watch 2000 5124 Solid Masonic Chum 325I4 IS Solid Heavy Gold Ring 5004 1 1281 6 Pearls Ruby Doublet 500 If 328 Of 250Ruby or Emerald 71 J Diamond richly set 3000 If 1667 7 Full Cut Diamonds 11000 I 400 Milli n People In India China Japan and adjacent countries there arc four hundred million people who rarely eat meat yet they are strong active and longlived It is not going too far to say that fifty per cent of large meat caters never reach old agedeath comes suddenly 1WHEAT FOOD 0 I I t Is Natures food for man One pound will furnish to the entire body more nutriment than two poundsiof roast beef besides making good health and a long life a possibility Palatable Hutriiious Easy of Dieastion and Riady to Eat icef I Dr Price tho creator of Dr Prices Cream Bating Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extracts m A cook book containing 78 excellent receipts fcr usini tho Food malted free to My address Prepared by PRICE CEREAL FOOD COMPANY Chicago Illinois Sold by S E WELCH Jr Berea Ky I NI-I The Citizen b TKDXFCNDENT FAMILY Ncwsrira robllihtd trerj Thursday at Btrr Kf JAMES M RACER Kdltor and JubllberI iunscmrTioN RATIUl- ATABLl IK ADTiXCH One year tlM- Blx M Three months 96t b RetldelitterTh M after your name shows to what 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a specialty OPPOSITE BURDETTES MILL Berea Ky THE OLD SPEED- WELLButcher Shop MEATS Tender and Juicy The Famous Jellico COAL at wholesale or retail BOARDING by the week day or meal R D MASSIE Prop Main Street Berea Ky THONE No 72- GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS VEGETABI Sand STATIONERY Lunch counter Agent for Langdon Bred Your patronage is solicted T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Ky TnoNK No 73 Miller House 1 fitted up Meal Board and Lodging at popular prices Next door to Joes PropiMale Ky i Williams Ie better prepar ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPAYING promptly Cleaning I and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Vain Street Berea Ky The Citizen 1as year 6 mos 60o i l A ffh ppil1g in Public Schools By DR GEORGE F HALL rnN answering this much tliscussetl question offhand most person would say Yes if its the other fellows kid noI its mine Human nature is about the same the wort and it cannot be changed in a day But the spirit of gentleness is becoming more marked each decade and the big brotherly heart of Humanity more tender Fifty years ago it was almost universal for teachers to whip A hick ory switch for the smaller children and a good stout fcr rule for the big boys and girls were considered almost as necessary in the average teachers equipment as a knowl edge of reading writing and the rule of three But times have changed and a good teacher will no more think o Iwhipping a pupil nowadays than a physician will think of blistering or bloodletting The teacher who favors whipping except in extreme instances is a blunderbuss and should be denied a place i1 modern schoolrooms It is wrong for a teacher to whip first because it cannot be done without developing anger both in the teacher and the pupil and anger is a curse physically mentally and spiritually There may be occasions when the whipping of an unusually obstreperous or brutal pupil is neces sary for that pupils control as an example to others but as a rule believe whipping docs a hundred times as much harm as it ever does good Its psychic effect is demoralizing It embitters paralyzes blightsIn the second place whipping is wrong because itcreates animosity on the part of parents and impels lack of cooperation Most parents believe their children undeserving of punishment at the hands of a stranger And in this they are right What moral right has some fidgetyschool mans or cranky principal to lay hands roughly on your little boy or girl When you hear that such a thing has happened you instinctively feel that your own flesh and blood has been grossly insulted and you have right to fcelso It makes ones blood boil to read of a lot of cross old nmids and dyspeptic males ot Ute teacher class getting together ann pass ing resolutions in favor of whipping tine little ones of Chicago Let them take mole exercise in the open air and warns up their blood What man or woman of 40 or 50 does not look back to their childhood with fond memories recalling perhaps just one teacher whvI used to romp and play with them at recess time or after school hours Love is the keynote The teacher who can master the fine art of govern ing by love sympathy and the power of genuine manliness or womanliness will never need to whip Such a teacher is an inspiration Hi pupils admire hint almost to the point of reverence and parents everI where rise up and call him blessed In after years when the budding young geniuses have ripened into manhood and womanhood honorable and honored largely because of his magic touch at the beginning of lifes long race they will crown him with blossoms of affection worth far more than the ransom of a ki- ngSilence Is Golden By WRIGHT A PATTERSON A YOUNG woman in New York a stenographer is drawing 10000 a year Why Because she knows how to keep still She doesnt talk She has proven that silence is golden One of the big broad stepping stones to success is labelled SILENCE The man or woman who tell all they know put the implements of their destruction into the hands of the enem The person who knows how to keep a silent tongue can keep the key to success locked in their own breast The employe knows the methods by which his firm ex pects to slaughter competition The methods are ingenious They are too good no keep he says and proceeds to divulge them not directly to the competitor of his employers to be sure but that competitor has keen ears lying in wait for the man who must talk and the plans fail the employer loses in the fight for supremac and the man who must tell somebody is out of a position But the competitor who wins is not looking for the man who tells Never expect a virtue of your friend which you have not If you cannot keep your own secrets do not expect your friends to keep them for you If you must tell pour out your confidences to the bed post or some other inanimate object and do so in whispers If you cant trust yourself you can not expect that someone else will be truer to your interest than you are yourself The Right Kind of Freedom By BISHOP COADJUTOR DAVID H GREER of New York Modern civilization is a great struggle for freed dom We are all fighting toward that goal But Ire might have the right kind of freedom and the only right kind of freedom is moral freedom Freedom is only good when it is kept under control If it goes beyond that it is a conflagration- Not alone among the young men but among the young women of today there is a lack of deport ment a lack of modesty a lack of the finer feminine things which we learn to admire ny women They talk of their freedom and advance but let me tell you there is too much freedom for our sons and daughters And this free dom which does nobody good should be curbed if civilization is to continue its progress There should be no freedom but moral freedom Home and Religious Instruction By RABBI Temple SILVERMANI rwlE always conform to our surroundings and arc thus impreg with the good or the evil Upon the child is placed the stamp of his moral life by the home in which he is born and reared The child and the home arc two of the most important figures of Unman existence Together they are the cornerstone of humanity It is important that they be brought together for whatever the home gives to the child the child will pay back to it Why busy so much with parliament wars business sciences and philtanthropy when thousands and millions of babes arc permitted to grow up misshapen in body and morals A home founded on love and equality isa league of its members against the world working for the common good of those who reside therein There is founded a school for the preparation of life THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson in the International Series for May 22 1001 Jeaus Teaches Humanity Till IKSHON TKXT t I1 t nIcl951nd James nnd John the sons orI come unto Him rayliiR taste we would that Thou ihouldcct do for us whatsoever wr hnll dctr And lie sold unto them tthat wool 1jye lhHt1 fhoulddo for you tt Th y sold unto Him Grunt unto that wwmay sit oneonThyright hnndnn the other on Thy left hand In Thy glory JS Hut Jnus mitt unto them Ye know not what ye nxk tan ye drink of the thai drink on ana be hnptlird with cupI lwpustn that I urn tatillzed wlihT W And they raid unto Him We And Jtsus link unto them Ye shall Indeed willfi shall yo be baptized Hut to ill on Mr right hand and on My tell hand lit nut Mine to give but It I1fe1pRJohn 42 lint Jews called them to Him and ralth unto them Ye know that they which arc accounted to rule over the Gentiles ex rrrlan lordship over then and their gap t ones ex rcl e authority upon theta buIt l be yule minister And whosoever of you will be the chlcfest shuli be servant of an 4i Nor seen the Son of Man came not to be ministered unto but to minister nnd to glue Ills life a ransom for many aOLDKN TKXTKor tven the Son of Man came not to be mlnljterrs unto but to minlsttrMark 104 OLTLIty bNSCittlTlltlr 8RcrIO KorKlvIni used Having NaithLuke Cltnn lnK Ten Leyrrltike 7111- lebtgdsmluke17097Parable lublltlInIut UMTeaching oCnc rnlng Oivorcr Iatt19Si2- Teaching Concerning Divorce Mark lest1I 181115llltsslngIllea InKIItOeChlWrenluke1e16 It 191690TheThe lllch 1oungltuterLuknlStg9pa- rable Laborers In t Ineardtall 11116- Guln Foretelling Death Matt W 1719 Again Porettlltng Ills Death Mark inKJAgMs Fortelllng Ills Death lukp UllJIAmbition of James and John Matt BIv1 K46TIMKwas In April PLACK serer time shad lesson NOTKS ANDCOMMKNTS IThe imragraph which precede Our lesson Is the best Introduction to It The Passover was near and the roads were full of devout Jews on their way JOIuIAfter walking per lisps for hours In this way the Master called the Twelve to him again and told them for tho third time of the end which was so near r lLYnJamolthew that their mother was with them and that It was sliewho spoke for thorn Their presumption Is hard to under stand but It probably seemed lfs to them because of the relationship lie tween the tautly of Jesus and their own His mother and theirs were probably sister Ye know not what ye ask Jesus meets thin bold petition as Ho met the scribes offer of dlsclpleshlp Matt J19 aiming at disenchantment by pointing out what It Involved Bruce Are ye able to drink the cup that I drink Tho cup was an emblem of mans lot what God poured out tot him We are able They probably had only the faintest conception o what their words meant but they did moan to stand by the Master The cup yo shall drink They wore good molt anti they did stand by Him James was the first of the disciples to suffer martyrdom Jesus hon ored them In speaking as He did and JIll words could hardly be called a re buke nut to sit on My right hand Is not Mine toglve Jesus does not try to correct their material conception of the kingdom lie had tried to d that before but devotes Himself to the more serious moral error selfishness Is for them for whom It hath been pre pared Chrycostom used as an Illustra tion the case of two athletes who re quested the Judge to assign to them the laurel wreaths of victory lie replied It Is not mine to give but they belong to those for whom they are prepared that Is those who win them In the prescribed way The ten moved with indig nation We do not wonder that they were angry but It was partly because they had the same ambitions with James and John They who rule over the Gentiles lord It over them But It Is not fo among you It Is not to be so among you Selfishness controlled In the non Chrielian world it was to be different In the kingdom of Christ Whosoever would become great among you shall be your minis ter Better your servant as In II V margin Greatness then Is not counted by God as mot of us count It even today He Is really greatest who serves most To give Ills life Not simply to lay down Ills life but to devote It to the cause This Involvedand He knew that It would His death A ransom for many That through the glnor which many were to be delivered from the bondage of sin Itlsmostlmportant to observe that In all this Jesus Is set ting forth Himself and His conduct as the pattern of life for His disciples This whole verse Is Introduced for this very purpose Burton and Matthews RELIGIOUS TONIC The curse cannot get beyond Cal vary In the light of love the least ma be the largest No man can hold back the hands ot Gods clock f God Is dark to some people because they are on the wrong side of the pillar of fire itlnu pleasures may be as bright as the ilghtnlng but they are as brief and as baneful You can no more blame your clrciun stances for your character than your mirror for your looks Rams Horn iAN INCIDENT II4w One Man Was Made to Realize QuestiondConcerned Him iwealthy man In St Louis was asked IA in ecrlcsof temperance meetings the National Advocate but he scornfully refused Uelng pressed he said Gentlemen it Is not my bUBlnes8 iA few days later his wife and two daughters were coming home on the lightning express In his grand carriage with liveried attendants ho rode to the depot thinking of his splcmlld business and planning for the morrow Murk Did some one say Accident There are 25 railroads centering In St Louts here had been an nccldenl It Is not likely to have ocourrtd on the k Mississippi railroad Yet it troubles hlru It his business now The horses are stopped on the Instant and on In quiry he finds that thus accident has occurred 25 utter distant on the =fi Mississippi He telegraphs to the su perintendent I will give you JBOO for an engine The answer flashes back No 9Iwill give you JlOOO for an engine 7 WILL C1IVK YOf llOW FOH AN E- aiNKr A train with eurgeonsand nurses hu already gone forward and we have no other With white face and anxious brow tho man paced tbo station to anil fro In halt an hour perhniw which Mctntd to him a half century the train arrived lie hurried to It and In the tender rouNd tho mangled ladles and HfeleM form of hit wife and one of isle daughters In the car f i lowing lay the other daughter with her dainty rhea crushed In and her jintlous lift oosliiK slowly away A quart ot whisky which was drunk F 0 railed away by a railway employe ww the cause of the catastrophe Who dare say of thin tremendous ques lion It Is not my business NEWS AND COMMENT rWhile you have the drink you will halve tho drunkard George W lUln It la butter to be In the iiilnorlljr with the right than In tho majority with the wrong National Advocate Were It not for the saloon Inlluanre both our cities and our stale would be filled with sharer heads and cleaner imnda National Advocate Depend ujion It whenever you ue a man pretending to be hotter than isle someocunning end to servje or his heart Js rotten with spiritual pride George Eliot A fourmasted schooner the Edward II Cole was recently christened with American beauty roses Instead of champagne at Itockland Me Miss Katherine Crowell scattered the roues nn the prow of the vessel as It glided Into the water A tremendous lever In favor of tem perance line been brought to bear upon the business men of Hudson S D by the recent action of 23 of the promi nell and wealthy farmers around Hud tn who have united In n public pro HE against the saloons The business men must either oppose the saloon or lose their best customers The office of state police was created by the last legislature of Connecticut On January 11 the first big undertak ing was carried out when warrants were served for the arrest of 100 sjaloonlats In the clrtor Bridgeport fJ violation of the license and gambling laws The arrests were unexpected and followed several weeks Investiga flan The AntiSaloon League reports Wo are practically assured of another 500000 appropriation this year mak ing a million and a half In all These buildings are at army stations anti are occupied by Y M C As and other helpful agenclos The league report also that hills have been Introduced in the senate and house of congress to do away with all Interstate restrictions regarding the whisky trafllc which hin der local option laws Policemenywere needed in the whole of Vermont during the years when the state was under prohibition Now since the adoption of the local option system and the re turn of the saloon to a number of tides anti towns many more policemen are required In one town they now have two saloons from which they receive for license 5260 each making 500 But they now have to employ a policeman at a salary of 720 a year WHISKYS RECORD DrlnkCmccd Men Threaten and Kill Their WivesChildren Wit ness Tragedies Under tho above heading the New York papers print tho following Ito ries Go upstairs children and toll your mother to come down I am going to kill her and end It all Craicd with drink and waving a loaded revolver In the faces of his three little daughters Jay C Wilson salt to be tho descendant of a prom Inant southern family staggered lu front of his home at 200 Ocean place Fast New YorkFA few Infuriated ho was struggling like a y demon to kill a policeman and his 17 year old son who tried to control him Five tlmos ho pointed the weap on at the bluecoat and pulled the trig ger and only the heroism and cool head of the policeman prevented bloodshed Wllfon was finally overcome ant taken to the Brownsville station where he raved and gave fight to n score of ouVcrs Onco a man of some wealth Wilson has for months been n victim of drink and his home lift has almost been un endurable lie has repeatedly threatened to kill but wife and only the other morning she secured a warrant- or his arrest on tliU charge Six month ago when the family lived In Nicholas avenue Wilson at tomptml his wifes life and ho almost overpowered six patrolmen who worn sent to subdue him Several days ago Mrs Wilson bogged him In leave her ami ho tilt no Later when Mrs Wil son and her four children were eating dinner ho burst In upon them and threatened the wife again IUall1 his supper was not ready when he arrived homo the other even Ing Ilerre IurcHI who had a long police record shot his wife at Troy N Y wi slit died a few houre later throughIhand and ran about 100 yards fol Iinwed by the Boiler His revolver was empty exeepC one chamber and apparently realising one shot could not save him from capture turned the weapon upon himself The bullet on tered the right temple and he fell dead almost In his tracks Mrs Iurrell had Buffered abuse at his hands for a long time but always took her husUanUt part anti deellneil to prosecute him after arrests Kren after the shooting the woman still dt fended Purcell saying that ho was In toxlcnteil and not responsible for kill net THE TRUE SENTIMENT German Scientists Advise Strongly Against the Drinking of Deer by Students Prof Kilward fryer one of the Oer man savants of note who art studying educational conditions In tho United Statue while speaking before the Uni versity of Chicago took occasion to ay that thin beer drinking of German students Is a good custom It Is very gratifying anys the Union Signal that In order to orfsot hid Mlatoment we can quota the words of another member of the came lIB r ty Prof Joseph Koiiler who nn the fol lowing day npoke to the students of Northwestern university sold I take exception to Prof Meyer In his advice given yoatorday do not follow his ad vlto do not drink beer leave all strong drink alone AllbouRh drink ing Is more prevalent In tune father land than In your country temperance Is always urged by our beat educators leaders of the people Prof Kohlcr made this statement In the presence of Prof Meyer andjt was received with applause and Prof Mey er did not take Issue with his com patriot Prof Kohlcr Is supported In his position by many prominent for mans among them Prof Von Hartman and Dr I- Anothcr Herman scientist writes So far as pathological Icrlons are concerned no appreciable difference exist between becrdrlnkcrn and those whr Ji ore addicted to the stronger alcoholic ii Jbeerwith the use of brandywhlsky etc has proved fallacious sq faXai Germany in concernefiaProf Delbrueck has also made some assertions concerning the use of beer which correspond with tho belief of those our own country who from t study and observation have gainedrrcorrect knowledge of its harmful ef rcctn We may well quote from a leading Chicago dally Which In commenting upon this subject say In a very largo proportion of cases the evils at bet llrlnklnK are manifest at the first glance In the rest oflhe cases evil may well be suspected The American student may set It down that the less drinking he does the more he will profit by tile college life In our country the lime certainlyIhas gone by when beer drinking Is commended and this Is especially true 1 when taken In connection with tho habits and welfare of the students In schools or colleges At Terrible Cost William Hargrcaveg M D after a thorough research gives the annual ixpundlttiro for strong drink In tho United States aiL 1401887698 Dr Dunn secretary or the National Tom loranco society estimates the indirect t cost from crime pauperism loss of ThoJlIoltlYagainst these enormous figures it only i1 1141000487 t PLAN OF BIG SHEEP BARN Structure Like the One Here Described Will SnIt the Needs of Most Farmers I would like to get somo good plan fifor a sheep barn 32 feet long by 23 wide ik with corncrlb aloliR one aide 32x5 feet wide and 8 cot high and one shed on the other side 32x9 feet wide Will somo sheep breeder please Rive height for nld building what pitch Flal what kind of roofing to put on with nlne foot driveway alongside of corn- crib I want sheep below and hay above v Jii an Ohio farmer ritadcr The correspondent aska for a plan but describes the plan very fully himself Probably he sveks the method of construction more than a plan Fig shows a structure 1C red high with well braced frame made of 2x6 and 2x4 scantling This will give quite a good dual of storage for hay In addition to the sheep stall corn crib and tool shed If however bo Coos not rare for so much storage for hay he can use struc tore shown In Kip 2 which will or course take tome lees timber and siding but will require the Mme amount of root and flooring This loft will bold enough hay to feed the sheep that can Lc properly sheltered In this size stable no J antcss they are glen a small paddock In which to run for exercise With a Rood run In connection It will accommodate 100 sheep under the rule of six square feet to the sheep but ten square feet Is better for the sheep and In that case sheep will be the limit alter al lowing for the feed racks Fig 3 shows the floor plain with feed rack which may bo filled from the loft above It this rack be made contin uous the length of the stable It divided the stable Into two divisions which Is a desirable feature Ohio Farmer The Draft Horse Business Some say the draft horse business J s going to be overdone again I want to say there never has ten a time lathe history of the draft horse when a goodone was not wanted at a price considerably above his reasonable cost even when the market was at Us worst not to mention the more profitable period In Europe where the Improved breeds have been kept continuously for centuries the draft horse Is considered the most profitable ani mal on the farm and this with land worth 20 times as much aaNmra and feed much mure expensive In study Ing the draft horse w o must not over look his twofold relation to agriculture First his great usefulness In actual labor performed In the pursuitI of agriculture second as self a profitable product of agriculture Prairie Farmer The Lion and the Lamb The Philadelphia Ledger tells this Interesting story A Callaway county farmer Has Klmbrcll made tho odd discovery the other day that he was harboring lambs and foxes under the same roof without either attempting Injury to the other Mr Klmbrcll had noticed a fox about his place a good deal lately but as he had no gun had net missed any of his lambs hoI made no effort to kill It One day noticed Kcynard creep Into the shed where ho kept his lambs and he ran to see what the animal was about In a nest In the straw of which the north wall was built he found the old lox and three little ones comfortably ensconced Tho lambs had been play Ing nil about the old she fox but she never inolcfitcdthcm Neatness about tho farr Intrcasea Ita value both fur roslduuoe and sale WHAT FARMERS NEED MOST Sensible Practical Education to Di Continued Through Life by Constant Study Tho farmers greatest need Is education lie should have as good educa Urn as our public schools can Live tu a foundation for the special kuowlcdgi of tho different branches of farm Iniwhich ho pursues The farmer nee1- to read and study more than ho does It Is not uncommon to hear farmers sa discuss matters pertaining to their hUll unlnrormellaboullhlngllwhlclljtbey tho best returns for money and labor expendedIn United States there Is no ex dose for farmers to bo without consid erable knowledge of farming In its dif ferent branches Our federal government does a great amount of Investiga tion the result of which Is given gratis to ovary one The different states have agricultural colleges and experiment stations where Investigations and ex periments arc constantly carried on and In different ways do those insti tutions seek tcKlntercst the farmers In their work that they may learn the truths which science has revealed The farmer must be able to see which crops will as a rule be most beneficial for him to raise He must understand what different crops require In order to yield the most and he should know how to so work his land that It grad ually will come to be In the best condition and ho needs to understand how to maintain It to The farmer also needs to know how to feed and care for his animals know the value of the different feeds he uses and their effects on the different animals In the differ ent stages of their lives so as to get the best returns for what he expends Knowing these things It will not be difficult to produce In abundance There need not he such a thing as an aban donfd farm because It Is exhausted The farmer also needs to know how to market his produce Having ac quired till knowledge and worked dlll gestlr and produced In abundance the farmer still stands hopeless he cannot market his produce at any time when the markets happen to be thn best th romls are often Impassable One of greatest needs of the farmer Is good roads The toss to the nation from having bad roads Is Incomputable load roads benefit every claps of peo ple directly or Indirectly Wo ar wealthy enough to build good roads the farmer alone should not build themWith better knowledge of farming and good roads we would have a far better country than we have Our pe cuniary circumstances would be greatly Improved There would bo greater ciability and more contentment amon tho farmers less congestion In the cities and higher Intellects this would very materially help to guide the nation safely through political campaign Only the uninformed can be misled Let us acquire knowledge and work faithfully With good roads produc live soil and abundant resources w t can prosper as no other nation earthN n C Jorgensen In N Y Tri buneFarmer EXCELLENT CLOD CRUSHER The One Here Described Is Much More Effective Than the Type Now in General Use In many sections the preparing of problemhave It with a flat crushing surface The one in the Illustration with sot CLOD UlPlllm eral crushing edges Is much more ef fective It Is mado of two Inch har lumber eight Inches wide and about even feet long The boards are held In place by three strips of Iron one halt Inch thick and three Inches wide bent Into notches two Inches deep and six Inches long except the last one beI longAnyboards arc bolted fast to the Iron strips with the heads underneath As the boards arc wider than the notches they will overlap two Inches Two pieces of Iron with rings in tho end are bolted to the front board three or four feet apart for the purpose of hitching with a chain Comfort maybe added by attaching a seat from some old machinery A Franklin Shull In Orange Judd Farmer How to Handle Barb Wire Wire fence Is the fence of the present day and likely to be for some years to come A farmer often wishes to move a string of barb wire fence to come other place To do so Is a job that tries the patience and cuts the hands Let me tell you how to handle It and have no more trouble Take the spool on which the wire was originally rolled run a good strong smooth stick through it and drive wedge In firmly at one end to keep the spool from turning on stick now fix a crank firmly to one end ot your stick and fasten ono end of wire to the spool Two men take hold of the stick the righthand man holding the stick with his left hand and turning the crank with his right banji Walk right along and you will bo suprlsed how easily Mad rap idly jou can take up wire A little different form of spool and a crank on each end will take up woven wire the same as bark Farm Journal Ono of the best drought preventers it a good supply of humus in the soil GOSSIP AT THE CAPITOL Senator Quay is an Inveterate smoker having a cigar In his mouth most of the time when outside the senate chamber About a week ago his physician ordered him to stop smoking but the senator protested and tho doctor allowed him to smoke half of one cigar a day Then Mr Quay had some 15Inch cigars made and ho smokes half of one each day according to orders- A good many members o f congress be long to the Ordcrof the Mystic Shrlno and most of those who have crossed tho hot sands wear the button of tho organ ization Twenty or thirty of them went to the races at Ilennings track near Washington one day last week and found that a horse named Shrine was entered In the principal event All the ehrlncrs bet their money on the animal named It won and there was great rejoicing among the dignified lawmakers William Alden Smith who touched oft the Cannon boom In the house at Wash Ington the other day In a beet sugar congressman who enjoys the fame of having talked back to Mr Roosevelt It WM on an occasion of Instruction at the white house Mr President said Smith who was one of the instructed I think know what my duty Is to my constituents as well as you do and I may as well tell you that I am no west ern bronco that can be ridden against his will Senator Foster has a constituent Samuel Hill of Seattle who tells an anecdote of how some people In this country distinguish between Washing ton that Is a state of the union and- Washington that is the federal capital- When I was speaking at one time to an association of farmers In the state of Washington said Mr Hill an old man came forward and said Young man where do olllhe1 I live In Washing ton else was my reply Which Wash ington he asked tax eattn Washing ton or tnxpayln Washington EDUCATIONAL ITEMS Lord Kelvin may be elected chancellor of the University of aiasgow ISir Donald Currie has given 500000 to University college London university to build a school of advanced medicine In the schools of llhenlsh Prussia a of atockln a and shoes Is childrene feotI legislature arterto re lain his position who uses alcohol unless vieelatlon of tho ordinance lowod by dismissal Of the seniors at Wellesley college ap plying for positions through the regis elghlIllerInstitutions The percentage of those smallga President Klfut of Harvard who tens lust turned 70 Is a fine example of what wholesome observance of laws of health will do for the physical man He walks from six to ten miles every day and whenever possible takes a long bicycle rldo before breakfast To this with reg tilarlty In eating and sleeping he attrib utes his splendid physical and mental condition Japans distinguished sociologist Sen Joseph Kftlnanmlahl tile foundation for humanityIhis altruistic views at the feet of Prof at Iowa college at Grltinell Tho Iof Japanese left Iowa college as a of the class of 1S92 This noted careerIborn of a peasant family in Japan and his education was obtained through his own efforts 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you Remember this otter is good only up to aud including Commencement Day Juno 8th 1004 and that theIfirst 50 got an additional premium h Use Subscription Blank and select your newspapers and magazines by number SUBSCRIPTION BLANK According to your otter I select USE from your list the following Num myflThe Citizen Bores bers It is understood that I get a 125 080 ill ceddition if I am among State the first 50 rName r THE CITIZEN I JAPANESE TROOPS They Practically Arc MRsters ol the South End of Liao Tang Peninsula PORT ARTHUR ALONE EXCEPTED The Destruction of Dalny by the Kusslnns Was tho Result of No Sudden Determination It Was Primarily For the Purpose 01 Concentrating the Entire Russian Force For the Defense of Port Arthur St Petersburg May 18 Advices ro celved by tho general staff show that the Japanese are practically master of all of the southern end of the Llao Tung peninsula save Port Arthur and the territory commanded by Its guns This result so promptly brought about Is duo to the falluro of the Russians to mako opposition of any consequence to the Jnpaneso advance A member of the general staff said to a press representative that the removal of the guns from tho fortifica tions erected at Kin Chau and the destruction of Port Dalny were primar- Ily for the purpose of concentrating the entire Russian force at Port Ar thur If the men and guns were scat tered the effect would have been to distribute the means of defense of the fortress over a number of poInU strategically weak The destruction of Dalny was tho result of no sudden determination but was duo to the probability that a forco attempting to hold this place could be separated from Port Arthur and captured thus Inflict ing further loss of prestige to the Rus slans which could not be permitted at this time To defend the whole of the southern end of tho Liao Yang penin sula It would havo been necessary to have an army equal to that which the Japanese could have landed Tho weakness of the Manchurian army said this officer left only one course to pursue namely that of mob ilizing sufficient troops at Port Arthur to hold It until relief came abandon ing every point outside which did not contribute to the strategic defense of the fortress It has been learned that tho ground over which tho Japanese must charge to capture the fortress Is heavily mined If they do capture It the officer said they will pay a fright ful price The destruction of Dalny Is com plete tho breakwater and the build ings as well as the piers and docks having been brown up Gen Kuropatkln telegraphs to the emperor under date of May 1C as fol lows On May 10 our Cossacks encountered a forco of tho enemy com posed of ono battalion of Infantry and two squadrons of cavalry belonging apparently to the Japanese guards di vision near Kuan DIan Sian and the fusillade lasted for an hour and a half The fire of tho Japanese Infantry and cavalry was poor Wo had one Cos sack wounded and one horse killed and another wounded and two Cossacks mlsolng Mukden May lSIt was announced hero Tuesday that tho main body of the Japanese forces Is advancing on HalCheng about ten miles southeast- of Nrew Chwang and KalPlng Kal Chou about 35 miles south of New Chwang and that a smaller force Is marching In tho direction of Liao Yang Important developments are probable Japs Hiding Their Movements London May ISNo further news has reached London throwing light up on the appearance of Japanese troops northeast of Mukden or Indicating by what route they reached that point so unexpectedly The Japanese are suc cessful in hiding their movements Important Events Imminent Paris May lSA Mukden corre spondent says Important events aro imminent The outposts of the two armies are already In contact in the zone northwest of Feng Wang Cheng Throe Japanese army advancing on Liao Yang Is estimated at 100000 ExSecretary of War Root Washington May 18 Former Secretary of War lion Ellhu Root was In conference on political matters with the president Tuesday night lie came to this city early In tho evening and went directly to the white house where he remained as a guest Snuff Box Cost 5250 London May 18 During tho Hawr kins sale of art objects a Louis XVI oval gold snuff box inlaid with enamel plaques decorated with classical sub jects has sold for 5250 Tho total proceeds of the sale to date Is 300000 The Cruiser Denver Transferred Philadelphia May lSTho formal transfer of the United States cruiser Denver was made Tuesday at the Phil adclphla navy yard by Commandant Wilde to Capt Joseph B Murdock who will command the vessel Gen Sassalltch Relieved St Petersburg May ISIt is an pounced that Lleut Gen Sassalltch has been relieved of the command of tho Second Siberian army division and that Lieut Gen Keller has been ap pointed to succeed him May Involve Other Nations St Louis May 18Loa Nelson A Miles who Is hero attending the good roads convention Tuesday expressed tho belief that the RussoJapaneso war will eventually Involve other nation 7 11ItIItM I I III 111111111 +111111 IHMHH Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES + I HHHMIMHHI HI I I H1HlHHIllHIIHI1o Mrs J M Bongo joined her hus baud at Villa Grove 111 last week J W Baker of Livingston is visiting M Baker and family this weekMrs M S Owen visited in Montgomery Ala instead of Birmingham as wo tad it in last weeks issue Floyd Kidd is improving his dwelling hero very much by adding new rooms and a handsome portico Mr E Mullins of Withers Ky was tho guest hero from Friday until Tuesday of his sons Fred and C M Mullins Mrs J J Brmnman and Mrs S L Hoag were entertains at dinner Fridayat the homo of J C Arm strong W IIPorllr is remodeling his residence on West Chestnut avenue in such a w ayas to greatly improve it in apiearanee and convenience We desire to call the attention of our readers to tho excellence of our temperance columns on page four not only this week but every week There has Ixen a demand here for homemade candy and that demand is now being supplied at the Hast End Drugstore See ad in an other column Miss Gracie Hughes of Hamilton Ohio is the guest hero of Miss Lizzie Benge Miss Benge and her guest spent Sunday with friends in Kingston W II flower agent at the L A N station here is putting up a sub stantial residence on time lot next to- M L Spinks house on West Chest avenueMarion Chasteen has completed course in Telegraphy at Cincinnati anti accepted a position at Brush Crook He is spending a few days here at his home Injforo resuming his duties there W A Durham formerly a resident of Jackson county hut for the past eight years engaged in farming near Germaiitown Ohio with his wife and child has returned to Kentucky and taken up his residence on Center street in our city J P Kelsey formerly of Yosemite Casey County who is now employed as druggist for S E Welch Jr was joined by his wife Wednesday of last week They have taken rooms with Tutor and Mrs Disney in the Lester house on Chestnut street Mrs Kelsey is a sister of Mrs C D Lewis here After so elliciently catering to the wants of time inner man of lath the traveling nod local public almost constantly for the long period of 20 years Mr and Mrs J J Brana man proprietors of tho Central hotel here havo concluded that they de serve a wellearned rest and have clued the hotel until January I 1005 Rev W Ernest Eliott of Eminence preached nt time Second church here Monday night On Tuesday ho went to McKeo accompanied by Rev II J Derthick to hold services Tues day night On tho return trip ser vices will be held at Clover Bottom Rev Eliott will preach at the Second church here again tonight and assist in the annual all day meeting to beheld at the Glade Christian church tomorrow Rev W D Smith graduate from the Normal department of Berea College this year left Monday for his new charge at Wood River Neb spending a day enroutowitli Mr and Mrs Win C Britt Covington and also stopping over for a day at the ChicagoHoand enter upon his pastorate of time Methodist church there next Sunday Mr Arminty Galloway widow of Frank Galloway died Saturday morning at 2 oclock at time home of her daughter and soninlaw Mr and Mrs Alex Vaughn at time ago of 71 Of the 12 children born to Mr and Mrs Galloway nine survive them liotli Besides Mrs Vaughn these are Mrs A T Fish Mrs E T Fists Mrs James Ritter Mrs Edward West James and Will Galloway of Berea and vicinity and Granvillo Galloway and Mrs Maggie Baker of Missouri Time funeral services wore heMat 230 p m Sunday at tho Glade Christian church conducted by Rev II J Derthick Mrs Gal loway was among time oldest mem hers having waited with that holy of believers at the early ago of 10 Tho remains were laid to rest in time Berea Cemetery On last Thursday afternoon tho house on Center street belonging to the heirs of Mrs Mollio White do groundAs onlyGeorgoMrs Laura Green and Miss Ella White leing at work in Cincinnati When the fire broke out no one was in time house but it is supHised to have caught in some way from the kitchen stove in which a fire was burning There was some delay in giving the alarm so that before suf ficient help arrived the fire had gained such headway that only time household goods in the front room down stairs could lx saved Excel lent work was done in saving limo houses on hothHiIIt Ixlougiug to R B Doe and Miss Lydia Isaacs Mrs Green and her sister returned from Cincinnati Sunday night The fancily is slaying for the present at R II Roystons They hope to re build soon and tho citizens of the town are offering some aid toward buying time Ium or Rarely is a community shocked as wits this community by the doath of Mrs Sarah Rollins Burnam ifIfour distinguished citizen Major Cur tis F Burnam which occurred Friday morning at S oclock Mrs Burnam was of distinguished ancestry her family on lath sides having Ixon prominent in Kentuckys history She was a daughter of Dr Anthony Rol lins and a granddaughter of Judge Rolxrt Rodi s She was a native of this county Ixing lx rn in l Sallll was married to Major Burnam in May 18lii It has IHMJII a happy un ion that had extended through gold en years even to tho golden welding ami beyond She is survived by her husband and eight children llers was the first death in the family and the aged and venerable husband and all other memlwrs of time family time sincerest sympathy of mill in time great Ixreavemeut Funeral services were held at the homo Burnamwood at 10 oclock Sunday morning HichlllolllllaltaYrIlII1 HIHIH1ltIIHI +II + College Items HERE AND THERE 14 +1III1IlIIIIIIHH1If1 Chas Bird a former student hero is now proprietor of a photograph gallery in Valparaiso did and doing a good business Perry F Shrock Class of 02 huts just completed his first year in time Theological Seminary New York Cityami has IHHH called to supply the church at Norwood N 1 during the summer vacation Frank Lonergan who finished his trade under the sux rvision of Supt G T Spencer in connection with the building of the Industrial building last year has returned and will lx employed on the new chiix l J M Cain who played good hall on the College team here last played with the Valparaiso dud College team this year Ho has just graduated from time Commercial course of that Institution receiving special mention of praise for tho work done A party of friends of time Institu tion from New York City returning from time St Louis Worlds Fair in their private car topped off here Tuesday morning and remained until Ihoone oclock train north spending time tithe in taking a drive over till College grounds Paul 0 Derthick who was a stu dent here for several years has gained quite a reputation at Valparaiso College this year as debater having won in two important contests He is a leader in tho Y M C A tumid C E there having charge of the mis sionary department both organiz ations He will graduate from time course in elocution in August President and Mrs Frost tendered a reception Saturday night nt their homo in honor of tho guests of tho Institution at which wore present time members of tho Faculty and a niiin her of their friends Time guests were Mr cud Mrs John Thorn of Flushling N Y Dr and Mrs Geo W Holmes of Wellsley Mass lately missionaries to Persia Mrs J C Lawson Missionary to India Miss Susan Whiting of Newton Mass and her friends Miss Simpson of tho same city and Miss Weber a recent graduate of Smith College Tho Senior class of tho Normal Department have gotten out attrac tive souvenirs from which we learn that tho class is composed of nine members as follows Miss M Etta Gay Baron President D B Chandler Mt Vornon SecretaryTreasurer W D Smith Boron class orator ami Misses Laura Spouse Ionia Daisy Smith Boron Carrie SMJIISO Ionia Mary Hoskiim Hoskintou mud Tsabollo Williams Stony Tux tumid Thomas A Mason Bccknervillo d Class motto Moving Class colors Cream and cherry Class yell There was munch lore In days of yore But we are tho class Of Nine teeu four Berea Students Reunion The graduates and students of Berea are so widely scattered and so husil nt work that lhny do not uuiltltniw to return to their Alma Mater oftener that once in thrw years 1001 is tho time and a large gathering is expected The presiding ollicer this year is Dr Win E Barton and full an nouncements by the Managing Com milteo appear elsewhere The Reunion this year is signal ized by the publication of an Histor ical Sketch of the College which will be of highest interest to every ono acquainted with tho Institution Perhaps the chief feature of this Historical Sketch is time illustrations Over fifty portraits are furnished showing chief donors otlitvrH and prominent graduates of till Institu lion The Sketch is necessarily brief Other pictures are the Wright house the first cabin on time ridge a map of the Berea BtIlaI early days the Old Glado house tho Foo Homestead time when limo children wore enjoying themselves in the front yard with a teeter and other illustration which tillwill appreciate The Sketch is 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HUGUELY Main Street Richmond Ky i c 1 IICOaM aaatwaFaFat STATE NEWS ITEMS I jUWITH FORGERY A Kentucky Lift Insurance Man I Charged on Two Indictments Henderson Ky May 13Wm- Egard formerly a local agent rt tho New York LI fa Insuranco Co was in dieted In tho circuit court Thursday charged with forgery Tho flrot In 1 dictment charges that he forged the name of Thomas U Farley to an 9ppli a cation for 5000 on Farleys life tho paid amount bolng apportioned Into policies of 2000 1000 and 2000 t The date of application Is Juno 21 1903 Tho other Indictment charges that Ksard forged Farleys name In r tho assignment of a 2000 policy to I O W Crutrhor cashier of tho tender son Savings bank July II 1903 Kgord pleaded not guilty and gave bonds Kgnrd Is also defendant In civil suits by the Now York Life Insurance Co against F II Frayznr and James I Dean for tho surrender of contain pot Idea under fraud allegations NEARLY AN ENTIRE BLOCK Dig Glare In Shelbyville Caused Muc Destruction Shelbyvlllc Ky May 12 Almost tho oiittre block an tho south side of Main street between Seventh and Eighth was dstroyinl by fire Wodnen day The loss Is 30000 with out I 5000 Insurance The lowers arty John C leaser 1J OU ary Mrs Vlctorlno WOIklo VbOdlo Hall and the Itandolph estate owners of tho building and tho fol lowing ooruiMUiU Mrllade llros v orym n albert Martin llrorymiti John II lI enry rnrrlnnolnnnufactiir I er Hammond lint earrings manu facturers John C Mentor barber While All the livery stock was saved nearly a hundred vehicles wro do utroyfxl many belonging to private In dlTldunls who had them In the shot n for retain Thin were many narrow oscaptw from serious Injury A LONG SESSION South Trimble Renomlnated For Con grew on 290th Ballot Lexington Ky May 14Sout conlO8IIaIia spare I 3 oclock tour other mn were still In the race Dfthaven withdrew During IrecoMfi Trimble anmd not to run next term and give his Influence to Klmlmll Ho promised to support Ont rills fath er for the court of appeals On the 388th ballot Contrill received C3 votes barely utllclent to elect but the chair man ordr l a recapitulation and the next ballot gave Trimble El Dlckeraon Sells a Trotter I xlngton Ky May 11T W Whit Philadelphia Ia has bought of DOP Dlrkerson this city for a long price the twoyearold brown colt lllrd i Turner by Itnrly lllrd 210 dam Ka at tie Turner by Jerome Turner 21BV Bird Turner has already been a quay tor of a mile In 43 seconds and an i eighth In 21 seconds this spring A New Trial Ordered Frankfort Ky May HTbo appel lato court ordered n now trial In tho case of tho I N railroad vs Wm Lewe from Washington county Low lost an arm while In tho employ of the company and recovered judgment 113000 which tho higher court says excessive Preferred to Leave Frankfort Ky May 13Tho Na tonal Life Insurance Co of the United States chartered by congress and un dor the laws of Illinois has withdrawn from this state after Insuranco COlD mlisfnnor Prewltt rulod tho company to comply with tho corporation laws of Kentucky Suit For 25000 Damages Ullzabethtown Ky May HlJ C Crawford administrator of Don g Hutton n fireman on the Illinois Con tral railroad who was killed In a col lision at Calvort City In Octobor 1903 haft brought suit In the Hardln circuit court against tho railroad company for 126000 damages Advanced the Cases Frankfort Ky May 12 Attorneys F A Lucas of Paducah and A P Humphrey of Louisville employed III tho cases Involving tho right of the etato to tax banks on their deposits asked tho court of appeals to advance the oases The request was granted Geological Survey of Kentucky Lexington Ky May HTho goo logical survey of Kentucky under Pfof C 1U Norwood assisted by Messrs Gardner Gilmore Donny and t Payne Is now at work in the bluo e grass eoctlon making a map of tho 17 unmoral veins of lead and zlno Doth In the Insane Asylum Loulavlllo Ky May 1d0 Wash Boronw for many years a clerk on hoI big boats of tho Cincinnati lino has boon declared insane and sont to tho asylum In Lakeland His wife has boon an Inmate of the asylum for tlmo The Commencemnet Postponed Lexington Ky May14fiho facul ty of the State college has postponed the commoncemont from Juno 2 to Juno 10 and granted permission to the senior class to go to the encampment at St Louis with the carets ADMITTED TO BAIL By Consent of Judge Hargls Jake Noble Is Free Jackson Ky May ISJalle Nobl was released from tho llrcathltt coun ty jail on nS000 bond for his appear once at the June term of the direst h Itt circuit court to answer an Indict meat charging him with killing his JustlCtjorwas released from tho Frankfort pcn1 ltonUary about ten days ago aft serving a five years sentence for kill Ing Kd Fuguto In tho same tight 0 his release ho was delivered Into cu lady of tho jailer to be held to an saver the other Indictment Dy con sent of County Judge Hargls admitted him to ball JOCKEY JOHNSON HURTIGolden Link Fel In Race at LoullvllieIIxnilsvtllu Ky big crowd saw a line days racing fehntI for twoyen olds was easily won Olscau an added starter who was at oddson In the betting Munro laid bock with him until they turned lot Uio stretch and then ho came on an won as ho pleased by three length- from Florentine Tho jumping rac furnished another accident Jockey GoldoYTHE BREWERIES CASE The Court of Appeals Decided Their Favor Frankfort Ky May HTbe ourtIof appeals Friday In an opinion lodge Darker affirmed the circuit court In the cue of Common wealth vs The Bavarian Brewing Co sad others A number of breweries were Indicted for conspiracy to fix and regulate thM price of beer and the low er court lucid the Indictment InsunV elent and this Is upheld by the ourt of appeals Sentenced to Death Winchester Ky tiny IPorholstho quickest verdict on record wit death penalty attached was returned here the jury In the case of John list away colored being out only nine tnl ides In January Hathaway came her from Jackson In source of Etta Thorn as who bad been riving with him Oa her refusal to again go with him he shot her through tho heart Elect Successor at November Election ollPoljlatoCampbell county court deciding lhn an election must bo held In November of title year In that county to fill tin vacancy created by the death of Clr cult Judge John P Newman Judge Settle delivered thu opinion The Horse Show Association Loulsvlllo Ky May 13The Hula vlllu Horse Show association will tanks an effort to buy the Auditorium ftlto for the erection of a horse show building The subscription was start omjI10000 nuthorll Dig dI11Ihvlschase here recently of 160000 a at hurley tobacco and Is now engaged In prising and shipping It to Louisville Mr DettlMin will dispose of 76000 pounds on the Ijulsvlllo breaksIDouble Wedding 13fr1Charlulilrret and Mr Charley House and IIS9I Mary Thompson were married at James church the Itav Father Daly ofllclatlng The Kentucky Exhibits St Loafs May HTl1o olllclal in spectlon of tho exhibit palaces at theI Worlds lair brought forth much for the Kentucky exhibits President Francis and other olllclals speaking In high terms of tho mineral educational and tobacco displays Insurance SuedI BuckIhananagainst tho Prudential Insuranco Co of America for tbo recovery of 114 alleged to bo duo on a policy taken outI on tho Ufa of her husband Samuel Buckhauan ExJudge O R Clements DeadImild on Ky May 141x CIty Judgo 0 It Clements died at his home o Hussellvlllo stroet this city Ho born In Virginia and was In his 75t year He had been confined to hit bad several montll8IFarmers Fined For Seining Owlngsvlllo Ky May 14In circuit court hero six farmers wore tried and found guilty on an Indictment charg ing thorn with seining Circuit Judge Alllo W Young Instructed tho jury to acquit tho men but they woro fined 2920 each Freight Engine Blew Up Hendorson Ky May HTho en glne on Freight Train No 28G blowI up near here Friday inflicting perhaps mortal Injuries on Peter Cohen the fireman Engineer H D NIckells was slightly injured Both men live hero BACK OF NIAGARA FALLS Remarkable Sight to He Seen from the Tunnel Under tile Great Horseshoe Three companies are now working hard on the Canadian side of the Ni agora to prepare for generating elec trical power from the falls Two of these companies are controlled by American capital and tho third exclu sively by Canadian nod Kngllsh cape Ital All expect to sell their product on tho Canadian side and to distribute power to points as much as 200 tattoo distant from the falls says the New York Sun Igach company has encountered some engineering problems In Ithe course of the work One company for example has had to plan for a router of unusual strength over Its power house because It Is expected that then spray from the falls In winter will flthatch the roof with five feet of solid Ice No part of the work Is more Inter eating than that undertaken by tho Canadian company The penstock or great trench of this company at the bottom of which will be placed the turbines that are to generate the pow er Is 1900 feet from the center of tho Horseshoe falls Tine great trench Is to be 150 drop by 100 feet long and 30 toot fettI The problem presented was to charge the water from tho bottom of this trench after It had pasaid through the turbines and done Its work The engineers decided that In order Ito accomplish this a tunnel should Le pentIFor this purpose a shaft about Slfnlll feet square was sunk on tho Cana side n little above tho falls to a of about 160 feet From tho bottom of this shaft was dug a tunnel to a point a few hundred feet above the center of the falls to tunnelnto run of the linstock to the center of the theI1In order to make the removal of the debris easy there was dug from the tunnel loading from the tonfoot shaft a short tunnel ton point beneath the falls and pretty close to the Canadian side One may now stand at the mouth of this tunnel within a few teat of the whole mast of Niagaras vast downpour and looking through the roaring sheet see the dim transfused light of thishJlonltockI thenworking ten IBhaCl to the center of the tolls at aI depth of about 150 feet This whole 1900foot tunnel will eventually be horseshoe shape with a vertical din meter of 20 feet The horizontal bottom paved with solid blocks of stone will be 14 feet wide Along this tunnel the waste- t water from the penstock will flow to discharge Itself Into the volume of the Horscchfte falls some feet above the bottom Already a considerable part of tho tunnel to the penstock has been dug and the debris Is belrtg dally dumped at the mouth of the short auxiliary tunnel opening beneath the rails near tho Canadian side It will take flue months to complete the tunnel and probably a year to get the power eta lion In funning order When running full It will generate fromIdlway means have been adapted to the ends to be accomplished ADDING INSULT TO INJURY American In Japan Experiences the Necessity of Keeping Watch on His Own Property ddlIa1 trade In Japan Otter he had advertised his commodity extensively a cltlI zen of Japan registered the trademark In Toklo A few days later papers were served upon tho American In a suit for damages for Infringement upon n trade marls controlled by a Japanese says Harold Uokelntoll Japan Should Win in the Booklovers Magazine There Is somo mistake said the American I have Infringed no mans right These are my goods I Invented the article and I designed the trade mark myself and coined the name Ho was finally made to understand that Invention of tho article creation of tho trademark and ownership of the goods were minor details The Japan ese complainant who owned no goods who had Invented nothing and had de signed no trade name or mark had been sufficiently alert to register the trade and was therefore entitled to the thenthehInvention and tho field his advertising and enterprise had opened to the com mercial brigand who had a working knowledge of Asiatic law Blundering Management Dear nio exclaimed the beautiful young actress as she went behind the scenes after doing her turn in the first act In one respect the auditorium of this theater Is absolutely the worstoverl Its perfectly terrible Whats tine matter with ItT asked ono of the stage panda Its acoustics There ho grumbled I told the old man not to turn it on tonight but ha just would do itChicago Tribune WHEN THE WIND BLOWS When the wind blown Nobody knows Where the wind goes t When the wind blows Every ones nose Ii ai red ai a rose When the wind blows crowIil When the wind blows Do you suppose That na captain doze When the wind blows At night and It snows Two eyelids close And ten little toes Krnent McCann In St Nicholas EARTHQUAKE ON TUMBLER Here Is Funny Little Trick That Is Easy to Do and Requires No 7 Apparatus Nearly fill a tumbler with water wipe the edge dry If you happen to have wet It lay on It a card which Is large enough to project at least half an Inch all around and let It stand undisturbed In half an hour or so you will find that the card has become hollow like a cup and has sagged down Inside of the glass This is caused from the vapor rising from the water The lower face of the card being moist luau swollen or expanded while file upper taco inns not and there fore the lint card Is warped Into tho shape of a cup Take It ort and replace It with the damp convex side on tep The rounded card represents the earth EAUTHQUAKB ON A TLMULUK or n portion of It and In a minute you will see It quake Hut to make the earthquake more In toresting your earth should have In habllnnts You cannot make these small enough to be In the right propor tion to your little earth and If you could they would be too small to see so you will have to make them as small as you cnnan Inch or two hlsb Make them of paper stand thorn carefully on thelrfeet or seat them on bits of cork on your earth before It wakes If you can make the figures In pieces with their bodies gently balanced on their legs and their heads on their bodies so much the bet torYou might also add a house built up of four bits of curd for walls held together only by the weight of a fifth piece laid on top of them for a roof All your figures and buildings there isnt room for many must bo in readi ness before you turn the earthI mean the damp card over Set them quickly but carefully on the convex surface and wait for tho earthquake Very soon the earth will sink In with a snap and walls heads legs and bodies wilt go flying through the air The rea son Is easy to guesa The upper surface of the card has been drying and con tracting while the lower surface has be come moist and swollen so that present ly the card has to bulge down instead of up Cincinnati Commercial Tribune HEN a soldier or sailor is told aVjY1r gun is of a certain caliber he knows exactly what the words mean but the average boy does not and therefor when he read some time ago that the largest gun In the world had just beet finished at Watcrvllet arsenal It Is very doubtful If he was able to form any precise Idea of the ODDITY OF AIR CURRENTS When Blown Through a Funnel a Candle Flame Is the Most Obstinate of Things Of course you know what a blower Is The meaning that we have In minds not to be found in the dictionary but you are doubtless familiar with the term boaster which Is the same thing The next time you encounter him tell him that you dont believe he can blow out a candle placed only a foot from his experienced mouth without any other obstacle than his own breath between them If he accepts the challenge scat him comfortably at the table place the light ed candle In front of him and putting to his lips a large tin funnel with the KUAMK DEFIES TilE BLOWER center of its mouth opposite and near the llame tell him to blow through that He may blow until ho becomes black In the face without extinguishing the candle The harder he blows the more It doesnt go out After he has given It up say It Is easy enough when you know how put tho funnel to your lips and blowout the candle How Simply by bringing the rim Instead of the center near tire flameWhen you blow through a tunnel your breath spreads and follows the conical surface leaving a region of dead calm In the center Your friend blew all around tho flame without touching It but you extinguish it with a puff There are a good many queer things about air currents that would never have been thought of If they had not been found out by experience This Is one of them Detroit Free Press KITTEN FOUND THE CATNIP After Rigel Had Discovered the Treas ure He Wanted to Share It with His Playmates An Indiana physician tells this story of a bright kitten In Our Dumb Animals The kitten was named HIgel was very playful full of reasoning In all his play and soon grew to be a large cat Snow covered tho ground most of the winter and catnip could not easily IJt had by the cats Ono day while sitting at the desk I noticed my cat climbing up a set of shelves which contained medicines and drugs in bottles and boxes When he reached the filth shelf from the floor he carefully reached with his paw a small packet pulled Itoutand dropped it to tho floor Nothing else was touched He jumped down smelled of the paper then came to mo and mewed and ran to his find which on picking up I found to be an unopened fivecent packet of catnip I broke it and gave a part to him on a paper He fete of it then rolled In it and enjoyed a real feast In the evening of tho same day whllt relating this to a friend a mewing and scratching was heard at the Moor opened It and In carne HIgel and with him a largo white cat HIgel repeated his performance and seemed pleased to see his friend enjoy It About a week after the white cat and a maltese cat came In and a third time my cat succeeded In getting the packet without disturbing another box After they bad partaken to their satisfaction I put them on the walk and my friend and I watched them In their play In the Worlds Largest Gun magnitude of the now weapon If so ho will surely be interested in the picture which represents two children sit ting In tho very breech of this monstrous gun and thus shows at a lance Its great dimensions Tho children are nine and ten years old and there Is ample room for both Our cut Is from tho New York Herald IMr Joseph Pominrille of Still water Minn alter havtng pent over f2000 with the best doctors for stom ach trouble without relief was advis ed by his druggist Mr Alex Richard k to try a box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets He did so and is a well man today If troubled with indigestion bad taste in the mouth lack of appetite or constipation give lilaicresult For sale st 25 cents per boxiby S E Welch Jr druggist LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE II RAILROADT- ime Table In Effect May 24 90S Going North TraIn 4 Unity Leave Beret 820amkArrive Richmond Arrive Paris505 a m Arrive Cincinnati 730 a mIGoing North Trnln 0 Dally Leave Berea 1255 p m Arrive Richmond 125 pm Arrive Paris 3 18pm IArrive Cincinnati 0 00 p m Doing South Trnln Dally jiArriveGoing Houtli 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rotation of any scientific isnrnal Terms 3s jeerlfnurmonthIL Sold byailnewadeslera IUNNCoretweN wY 6 A Startling Test To save life Dr T G Merritt of No Pa made a tHewith violent hemorrhages caused by ulceration of the stomach I had often found Electric Bitters excellent for acute stomach and livor troubless- so I prescribed them The patientIgained from the first and has an attack in 14 months Electrio f Bitters are positively guaranteed for iConstipationh 50o at East End Co gistIEARLY RISERS TILE FAMOUS LITTLE FILLS for quick relief rem Gltleuinttf Slok Hadieh Torpid Liver Jaun dleo Dizziness sad all troubles Ilta lag from in Inactive or sluggish liver DaWllta UtlU tUrly Riser are UftIquailed They sot promptly and rover grip They are 19 dainty that II la a pleasure U lake them On to two tot as mild laxative two or lour let u aIpleasant and effective cathartic art purely vefatabla and absolutelyt harmloM They tonle the liver TIUI DIUII KCDOWIU IUUII11-Good Advice Is to tell your neighbors to use Par f aoamph for Cold in the Head or Chest It relieves Colds Catarrh and Sore Throat quicker than any other known remedy because it opens the pores induces perspiration and removes conigestion It drives away that stop ped uplJ feeling and draws out fever and inflammation Try it wont take a minute and it will nIHaro you in lose time r THE CITIZEN t 3I+111111 I IFIll 1111 11 IF H HIM1 Eastern Kentucky News Ho correspondence pnblithed unless signed in fun by the writer The name ii not tot publication but u sn evidence of good faith Write plainly JI I 111 + r H +I H 11 11111 ttIttltitt11111 +110 OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY May l2P M Fro has returned from Berea College and is now en join life at W M Becknclls Tho Oneida school chased May 8th The mule with which D J Kidd of Sturgeon was planting corn on the second day of this month ran away throwing him and putting his leg out of plnce Ho is in bed at this writing and cannot mmoW M Reyes purchased a new cow last weekThe cars are running on the tramway of Island Creek with per feet easoMisil Dory Carmack has returned to her now home at W M HeVH and will remain there for some tinioL L Lynch aged 88 years passed awayon the 20th of April The body of Eleck Bishop n citizen of Clay County who was drowned the last of March was found tilt second day of May An inquest was held over the body resulting in the verdict that the man was murdered Robert Morris the postmaster is now selling goods May JGW T Carter and Willie Gentry Mare enlisted in the United States nrayW M Becknell lost a fine heifer last Wednesday night Court is in session this welknt Booneville Miss Rhoda Sparks ha returned from school at Oneidu James Kelly and Miss Lucy Peters were united an man and wife last Wednesday Last Thursday and Friday wero tho examinations at T Boonevillo for county diplomas A G Fuller Co are starting a hank at Booueville MAJOR May 12 Farmers are busy plant ingcornMrs C A Dugger left here last week for her future homo in Harlen county Mrs M V Roberts left Monday of last week for her homo at Berea Quito a number of our young people attended church at Clifty Sunday Miss Flora Pend ergrass spent a week with her cousins in Leo Co She reported a good tiuloPer Moore preached at White Oak Church SumlaG W Garrett is planning fora fine garden He has planted watermelons TRAVELLERS REST May l2Tho Caudell Bros have IxHight out E C Reeco C Son and are building up a flourishing trade at this plumA J and J D Creech expect to go to Hamilton Ohio after the May examinination to visit their sisterS P Caudell is in Cincinnati now but ho will come back to Owsley to teach Owsloy doesnt want to give up any of her good teachers MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON May l7Georgo Rogers has been very sick for tho past week but is some improved at tljis writing Walter Tisdalo and wife spent Satur daynight and Sunday with his father George Tisdale John Cade had an ico cream supper Saturday night for tho benefit of Mr Tacket who is blind and not able to make his support If there is any one elso wants to help him it would lo gladly received G E Brockman and family attended church at Pilot Knob Sunday Tobacco setting has commenced in this locality Charley Baker has returned to Illinois after a two weeks stay with his mother hero who was sickMr Tisdalo went to Berea Friday and bought a nice lot of furnitureDREYFUS May lOMrs Annie Golden is visiting her father Collie Ogg at BrasGeld this weekM C Ogg and wife were in Kingston Thursday Lewis Sandlin is visiting at Oneida this weekMrn Eliza Sandlin and Mary E Winkler made a business trip to Beren FridiyL C Powell is in Jackson county this week Mrs James Holland is on tho sick list this week1V P Sandlin and George Sparks were in Beattyvillo Thursday Miss Nina Winklor hast returned from Berea antler a two weeks visit there Quito n largo crowd front hero attended church at Pilot Knob Sunday 0MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE May 10George Britton of North Fork was in town Sunday Tho Ladies Aid Society of tho 11 E church is having n May Festival during this week A special invita tion is extended to every one Tl1lOphilus Sand onl and Miss Angio Lane of this city were married recently at Dayton OhioTho U B F and S M S will have their annual sermon preached Sunday May 20 Rev W M J Price and wife are rejoicing over time arrival of n bonnet ing baby boy Mother and child are doing nicolyJanes Mundy took 1j II I advantage of tho excursion to visit the Queen City Sunday Miss Julia Young made a very encouraging address to Bethel Sewing Circle Friday afternoon and also read an article on tho race problem which was very muchnppreciatedThe many friends of Rev 0 A Nelson are glad to know that he is much bettor of that dread disease rheumatism Mrs Lucy Wood of E nth Street who had a slight stroke of paralysis j continues to improve Rev W M Prico of tho Bethel church preached for Rev W Walker of North Fork Sunday afternoon Misses Jessie and Sadio Bell were called to Mays lick Sunday on account of the illness of their cousin Miss Alberta Bell When they arrived she was dead The Consolidated Educational Sun dayschool Convention will sleet with the Plymouth church about the middle of Juno ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISPUTANTA May 10J C Wood and wife of Conway visited home folks Saturday and Sunday on Clear Creek Mrs Mary Reynolds is visiting her sister Mrs Laswell who is very sickn her homo at Orlando Win Gads plentys of honey is running his shingle mill in fil blast Richard Johnson who is indicted in the Abe Drew murder case was over this week looking up witnesses Misses Minnie and Dink sic Lake of Berea were visiting on Davis Branch this weukA T Abney lost a fine undo this weekJ S Moore and wife and J W Evans and wife all of Berea visited their parents Mr and Mrs R A Swin ford this weekW11a Roulett Geo Payne and Robt Abney were in Wallaceton Monday on business John Pennington died last week and was buried at Climax He was n good citizen sal leaves a host friends11o t are thankful io report the smallpox and measles to IKJ all stamped out in this part Delanoy Miller and Miss Lizzie Croucher eloped to Mt Vernon Saturday night inul wero married They then took tho train for Cincinnati They willreturn this week May tlWI live a long happy life together C J Lake has moved to Jackson crown ty where ho expects to work in tlwI timber this summer BOONE May JOHe L R Rowletto o t Disputanta filled his appointment at Fairview church Saturday nUll Sun lily We also had an old time ootI washing Sunday at Fairviow There was a largo crowd present Harry Woodall and amilof Estill county are visiting relatives hero this week Mr and Mrs J W Lamhert visit ed Mr and Mrs G L Wren Sunday evening James Morgan of Hickory Grove visited friends and relatives hero Saturday cold Sunday George Settle is hauling a nice lot of chestnut wOOl to Gap SwitchU S Berry of Conway went to Berea Saturday Mrs Agnes Dobbs is sick at this writing George Madden and wife of Madison county visited their daughter Mrs Bun Moberly Sunday George Wren is peeling tau bark this week ROCKFORD May 10Wuim Anderson and Pain ily of Manse Ky visited relations hero last Saturday and Sunday Ow ing to the wet weather all tho arI mers in this vicinity havo not finished planting cornMrs J R Mc Col him is on tho sick list1Ir and MrsI W H Stephens wore tho of Mr and Mrs J L Martin last Sunj dayJas Dalton and fllmilyI Berea visited relatives hero Sat and Sunday Wui Linville and Willie Stephens wore entertained at Rockford Sunday night- 6ARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLEI May 17Tho people of this vie inity aro about through planting cornHemp is looking wellJoo P Nave of Danville will visit his brother J D Nave of Carierevillo on Thursday it being J Ds 00th birthday Uncle Jack says ho will tako dinner with them on that day as they wore old soldiers together Somo sneak thieves entered Level Green church and destroyed all the Sundayschool literature Testament Bibles lamp and everything that was loose and smeared tho pulpit all over with rotten eggs and etc Wo have a good cluo and you may hear of seine sprucy young men being arrested 6ooUWO urn glad to see Mrs Shepherd improving Mr and Mrs J B Carter havo returned from tho city Clarence Fields is voryI sick with neuralgia and is threatened with fuser Dr Cascnburg of Paint Lick is waiting on hint George r BONE FOOD Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growing child must cat the right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food and so on through the list Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children Littlcdoscs every day give the stiffness andshape that healthy bones should have straighterloose firmness comes to the soft heads Wrong food caused the trouble Right food will cure it In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhood Send for free sample SCOTT I DOWNE Chemists 4O8415 Pearl Street Now York soc and floo an druggist Green is taking n good deal of tan bark Oscar L llaininaek sold d new buggies in UM past week Oscar is getting big trade Ho is one of the lest smiths in the country and deserves the patronage of the coin nuinity- JACKSON COUNTY- SAND GAP May lUEI1lrt and Martha Lakes visited thoir gmndfather Jamb Hellurd Saturday and San dayJohn Mureum spout Saturday night with G W HollnnlMrs Huldy Marcum hits conio to stay a week or two with her daughter Miss Rebecca Hellard She is sixty Hix years of agelBorn to the wife of Jim A Hurst n bouncing ho- C A nn Winkle preaches at the Hellard schoolhouse Sunday night II E Fowler and Sam Stanford preached at Dick Sonlxirns Sunday to a large crowd Tom Morris visited his mother Jennie Morris Satur day and Sunday Tom is some better He has IXHJII Hickor about a year A SOLDIERS LETTER fIlClal 10 Till Crcmtrec Presidia Barracks San Francisco Cal May llth 1UOI I will write a tots lines to the Mountain jwople of Kentucky coin cerning the 2Hth regiment of infantry which is now stationed at Presidia Cal We hare ileeui hero since Jan II UK t and have had it easytip to the present time When we arrived hero WL found the old Tennessee camp which we were to occupy in very had condition and wo have been working in camp to make all necessary im provements to get the camp iipgood condition Several of the boys are kickingon having to work a little They say they got all the work they wanted in the Philippines on the Lake Lanao Road Lieut Colonel Pitcher is in command of thin 23th Infantry at present Ho is a military man through and through and is well liked by time boys under his command About 300 men havo been diM charged from the 28th Infantry since onlykmen who have been discharged from time 2Sth havo reenlisted George A Berger of Co I 28th Inftywho was discharged April 17th is back in Co I Ernest Allegorof Co L litm just returned from n months fur lough during which time ho visited Detroit Much lu tho last few days we have had several new vacancies made in Co IMost all of them will reenlist on strength of Doing promoted There are a few whom I could mention who since their promotion require ono number larger caps to fit their heads than Insforo I myself for the first week felt as if I were J Pier pont Morgan ExSergeant Wap Co I arrived time Idaho a few days ago with 250 Morns enroute to the St Louis Worlds Fair There were 410 Phi lipino scouts who passed through hero about ono month ago on their way to the St Louis Worlds Fair I recognized several of them as IKJ ing from the town where we are stationed in the Philippine Islands Some of them wore on tho Lolo pike with us Fred Lunsford of Co 11 is on shopheroleft in tie 28th Infantry Han Childs from Sturgeon Ky an oxsoldier of the 44th regiment of Volunteers is back in tho army Kentucky friends I was in a theatre last night and saw more than I saw in Ken tucky in 20 years but I have made up my mind to live and die in old Kentucky PETEII STANPAFEH Co 1 28th Infantry Made 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