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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): June 21, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899062101_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): June 21, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V SUBSCRIBE TODAY THE CIT IZEN EtoTttMl AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY 60 c a Ywr, NO. 1. r ff C.rcilittM this iMk, 309. VOL. I. (e tht iBttmts e( tlu Hmw, Sobwl, aid Firm. HKHKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JUNE 21, 18p9. I The Citizen . C. W. Ooykl. W. ftrril dnra Ht- - Rankin. Those present were: Miss- - played again- - their second neioction, urdar from Aan Arbor, Mich. Tie cs Rankin, Jennie Hanson, Paddock, "bstudianUna, being enjoyed oven will spand a few weeks visiting in thin Mr. Gordon Green, of Middleflboro', more than the first. Edwin R. Embreo of Phi Delta then locality. Messrs. 0. F. Hanson, E. A. Ghapin, recited with a resolute, clear voice the M!m Mary Dee Rankin, of Pkiua, sad T. G. Pasco. a kr. Mm O., is visiting Miss Jennie Hanson, Tho Lester mill has been sold to old favorite speech of "Wolsey on ubiWifd at Ibf oSSrc ol f and other friends here during Com. Josiah Burdette, who ooatemplatea Being Rojected by tho King." MarTHK CITIZEN, Hare, Ky. men cement. Courteous patting in a saw and otherwise ex- ion H. Frederick, of Alpha Zota, who waa next on the program with an orig Miaa Margaret Eliott leaves tlirect tending his business. Sueh aa indus only Motto inal poem gave a stirring sonnet on ljr after Commenoenaent for a visit of try should pay wall hsre and will be a OUR PLATF0RM. Freedom. Mr. Frederick's talent is nose weeks with relatires at Park, decided advantage to the town. If to This paper niim to bring 111., and Indianapolis, Ind, tteh employment could be furnished, well known in Berea and Clay County. thb best reading to every fire-- 8 Miaa M. Ella Richardaon, of rule many more young men could attend We are glad to give to our readers in this Issue a poem by this young man. de. Reading is a great thing, City, Utah, was married on June 14, chool here. St. Richmond, After a charming piano solo by Mhm Corner t ut it makes a big uifference to Mr. WilUaea Doidge, TheCitism Todd, Miss Maggia Jones gave a pleas what yo read. seed its eeflfrratulaUona and heat COMMENCEMENT ing recitation of a funny poem by When you're in Richmond Tub Citizen brings, first of wishes. Paul Dunbar entitled "Deacon Jones' ail, the news not every talc Mr. and Mra. Teetera are en jojriag Grfe ranees." do not fail to call on Exhibition of the Music crime or horror, but the im- - a Tiwt iron Mr. Teetera' moiBer, The oration by O. B. Tibba of Phi Department. rtant Hews the news from Mra. E. K. Teeters, and her daughter, Delta on "Monuments" won the un Among tho feasts of good things of usual honor of a burs t of applause in ashimrton and the State from Auburn, lad. The; spend m Commencement week, the annual ex the midst of its delivery aa the orator pital, from our soldiers in era! weeks here. W. Araea left Monday for hibition of the Music Department gave a masterly tribute to John G Mr. J. Wait GOOD GLASSES of! islands, from our neigh- came first in order of time last Thurs s everywhere. vor the Arizona where he goea to try the ef day night. There was a good attend' Fee Mr. Tibba in his ability to han IF YOU WANT Til EM AT ALL, Main Street Confectioner of the climate on his health. By dle aa audience Young lolks we have a story feet departure Mr. Welch loses a very aace of students, but only a few citi of becoming an shows great promise GUaw that are not property adjtuttd to joxa his effective orator. HOTEL GLYNDON BLOCK and a bible lesson ;f or house- - efficient elerk. It is hoped that the sens knew that a free oonoert was to Berea audiences have learned to an ejtt are aetiullx 1n(rrou. I know It, and you oaf tit to know It. I will not attempt to suit rives, a few new ideas each change of air will soon restore him be given, and so many missed a good ticip&te eagerly Mr. Mann's violin so- flame to roar eyM nntll I know what b needed. time. The Citiixn will henceforth los, and the solo with which ho closed Tjtt eiunlned free. Eft ireck which should lighten .. i. "fill a loog felt want" by giving due the evening's entertainment waa no LOCAL8 wiicir lauora; lor inc larmcr A Nice line of NoctUiea in is" iomc valuable hints which WillTatum contemplates moving notice of such passing events. exception to his uniformly high stand JEWELRY. Owhig to the illness of some of the ard of excellence. President Frost ill help him to make more to Berea. that he mar educate his members the exhibition was largely a then dismissed us with the benedic T. A. ROBIISOI, Jofftrsrud OplkttB. children. from his land and cattle. piano recital. Mrs. Marsh and Misses tion aud all went home praising the ) Wc propose to got the best A Terr fine monument was erected Todd, Eliott, Miller, Yocum, and Pad good work of the literary socioties. DENTAL SURGERY. ijdeas that can be found on all last week on the Araea lot in the Berea dock rendered a large and varied pro HANSON & PASCO'S r A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. cemetery. uch practical and important e gram of piano-fortmusic in a very Smith Building, Main Street, Baccalaureate Sermon to ynatters and pass them it round We learn with regret that Bro. Par acceptable manner. Miss Eliott a vo Richmond, Ky. our readers. I he re sons has resisraed his charire at the cal solo, "Thou'rt Like a Flower," the Graduates. 5jnong nee, No S3, Oflee, No SO. A)crowdod house greeted the Rev. Telephone, Reldf wourccs ot jucrca college are Baptist Church. was very effective, and Mr. Pope's W. W. Atlerbury of New York City, fliot for its students alone. The Nannie Martin, daughter of Mrs. cello solo was highly appreciated BEREA SHOE SHOP ditor of this paper iVn at any Tevis, died suddouly last Saturday. Mr. Mann's concerto from Panels won who! preached the Baccalaureate E. B. McCoy, D. D to the graduating class Sunday For The Terr bett hemlock or k halt wle. the rapt attention of all. Everyone jmc step into the largest Cof-I'ck- c Burial Sunday. Alt kind of boot and ihoa repair. was disappointed when a vigorous re moan tng. library in the State. And Mrs. James Andersomf km fc The beit and the pert line o( Bible. opening services were conduct-'"Pre- s. The Trarl Reference Lin Bible Btudle. call failed to secure an encore. Mr. s aw jiwh www Hie has engaged sevtlrnl of the nviivwDii The REGAL SHOE. Wm. Good ell Frost; Ph. Mann's work as a violinist is a ways She is now better. , '' vnost distinguished instructors iae President Geo. T. Fairchild, earnest and intelligent. n the college to taie charge Hiram Richardson is LU D'aad the Rev. John G. Fee. You can't get TMtrihigers )t special departments in Me look quite like himself Address before the Lit u Luke 24: 49; "Tarry inky if you use the. stage of fever. -- I erary Societies. cr. i nose wno arc vis: attar of Jerusalem until ye i fennaa )L Burton hu HBislwslaasshise The address before Parte PmMi Pm. betdMj I vsMf power from oa high." y HIE CITIZEN WU,1 the Literary um oerea nasd, wbjca IER STREE1 For sale oftte ha 4 if hat Societies vraa delivered kst Monday on In tK c w follows: is P. F. evening by Hob. Was. B. SaUth, ef week it will M ,VIqJh O. Fee, Pr. TJKtadaetiMi ia I VM.; Hart, sad T.G. lawyer, rai bm reatsr .rrizBN is plcdued to no the Berea Tteters at address was aloag the lino of at oaee; yet here W6T0 is every man friend. B3uNaVMasVr r".j.,TSfa iy. CWasnshlp. The good citi sen urged to wait. kPffiQe Uourt, 8 to It A MMMajtMaifr ds for the things-whic- h MatniWifKdaaaji VifW a1a1Bipf7w we atop a moment from the worthless galshed May TUsaJtudanU' Job Print, with Tap it all there la sot here a lesson fecg I Uet ef Hanson Hall, thus hartaff fcgjMa qHaUUes which are entirely botae i you youBg mea aaa yeeee;j . d education. And w, ask froea aeeeaaiHe loeation. ' "rmmmng in iae wner. xo do a gooa wobub uare twen wonting nere m who believe in these thing ae must obey the law and re- - school and college to get aa education Will Walkina k eaoloved in a as- t power. This he does by up which will It you to bear a worthy subscribe for The Citizen. mill four miles southeast of Basssd will makethlttoldsUltef yours part in lifo. It seems a waste of time u j look like new. Ie walk, back and forth every day. COl.Xi tu " DKAXKK IN AMATEUR SUPPLIES IIIIUR UUUU b U1U1, BUU 11 U IB to keep at it month after month. Clothing Cicaged, Repair), at)d list of The ltt' Will evidently is not afraid of work. be subscription just, morciful, and firm in his deal Why not take a ahort cut through FlHe Photographs at Rwsonable Prices. Estmer Hudson who left Berea last rter has been purehaiid by Tnc Pressed 1'iVwa about Berea a tpectalty. 1. - April for employment in Fontenelle, ings with others. Finally, he must school or college T But the command it'll! tizkn ami we none iw mo mube willing to work. We must not be is, "Tarry yo in the city (tarry ye in 'wntfl will feel eren a livrjer interest Wyoming, is enjoying his new work. filled with the idea that any kind of Borea which ia your Jerusalem) 1 the bow paper than tlijr ever had He hoxyi to coino back for school in honest lalwr is dishonorable. The until what is lacking for your prep!i 1.1 Lf II fi IIIM uv IBHIl pr ino OKI. IV lU UIUUt another year. spcukor omphasized tho fact that all aration for your work is supplied. superiority. Itisawskiy aud it The prodigal nnd his sister, Jainon good citizens contribute, by some You will not lose by it; a right start ins every weok in ino jroar. i Hr Chaney and Mrs. linker, have return- kind oNabor, to man's woll'boing. is of tho journey. You We do mlghtr talktai; oa the Haperlor Tailoring of our aothlce. but It admit of It. 9 riicN never tokos n vi ition and it ed to their father's house, where threo have a day's chopping in the woods; Tho True Merit I there, and bjr thl knowledge we maintain oar confidence In tho good jews letter times a day they are feasting ou Ed INl sorre aa a wooklj now ot ererjr garment we Mil. is the time lout that it takes to sharpAnniversary of Literary Sen the students are rwar from win's early garden vegetables. en your axot Tarry ye in Berea unarea. Our esteemed contemporary, The til ye be clothod with the needed powI Failure to properly advertise was er for your work. Pantograph has again changed edit '(V ors, juage npton goes into me tho reason so few citizens attended lv Personals But we have not yet got to the ker service and T. C Adams is at the annual exhibition of the Literary nel of the text. The disciples were not m '.Tutor Matheay studies in Oberlin revenue We offer the most beautiful line of Societies last Friday night. The yet prepared for their work. They the editorial helm again. fia summer. Chapel was nearly filled with atu Penniman spending Misses Rankin and Hanson and dents, but there would not hare been were attempting the moral conquest RKev. H. M. Iowa. of the world. The additional resource, Messrs. C. L. Haaaoa and R. E. Fad in had in for this conquest was yet to be given. rf dock eajoyed a very pleasant evening standing room it a newspaper ever teen in thit city. Mrs. Frost returned SaUrday from at a house party with Miss Crookee, formed the general public of the lit' They must wait to be "clothed upon ( Ntrip to New England. erary feast that waa offered. ' with power from on high." Tho of Kingston, last Friday. W. D. Smith goes to tisi Bible In- After Misa Mary Hoopea of L. L. S ne All will be interested to learn that had entertained the gathering audi greater portion of the discourse was a4Chieago, for the in tamer. gives to this thought. UNDERWEAR, COLURS, NEGLIGEE, WHITE aad. Bro. Fee has so far recovered that he eaoa with a guitar solo entitled "Blue To the graduating class: My friends made a ahort business trip to Bells of Scotland," Prof. L. V. Dodge has T vjeks In Jeffersonville, Ind to whom it is my privilege to say a FANCY SHIRTS, CUFFS, aad NECKWEAR to always Betty. Richmond. Evea a dislocated ahoul jr.1. L. Brandenbunr. of Booae- - der caaBot stop the j indefatigable offered the opening prayer. special word this morning, have I Homer Martin, Pres. of Alpha Zeta, misjudged the spiritand aim of thia 40, is la Bsrea for CommeBce- - Jno. G. Fee. ffetil '' presided. . . Jan ii, weak. College, In seeking guidance and inProf. Marsh, Stanley Frost, O. E. Miss Wood, Berea's deservedly We toltott your trade. Come and tee ut when in. town. spiration for you from the text I sm WeedjBreoJ i TaJsa- - started popular soprano soloist then sang "Aa matters not what hare chosen! It the Dawn, by Cantor, winning gen your calling is. If you have but one & where they wiU aUes4 she Y. M. C.A. broua applause. The first oration 'ikrtlett fell dowa .stairs at Conference. MatTXmawee is attend- waa by D. F. White, of Alpha Zeta, talent God asks for but the faithful Remember that use of that one. dies Hall last Sunday aid dislo- - ing the Y. W. O, JAOenference held on the subject, "Shall we Expand I" though your liros and lips speak tho at the samo plaee. ed her right shoulder. He argued that the Expansion policy massage it is the power from on high iter, H. J. Derthick and life leave Ia the Essay Osateat in the Fores was both American and Constitution which gives it tho efOoaoy. All is an .i week for a month a vilt among try Class, the firsKprize, Hough's al, and should be adopted (1) for tho mA 4 HM 1 t tal l ft ft B ft aaAaaaai4 A ft Afl A A am A A A m nothing without this. utives and frionds in Oh! J Elements of Forestry, was awarded sake ot our nary, (2) for our commerTarry if need bo ere you go out to lira. J. A. Allen, Misses X4tie E. to James Washburn, of Bracken Co., cial interest, (3) for the Christianizing work until you have some humble as J Lottie F. Woodford, ot Vouches Ky. The second prize, Bryant's of the dwellers iu the new territories. surance of thia divine bestowal. Seek OlnoinntSstl. Forest-Tre- e Culturist, waa won by T, Mr. White lias a clear strong voice it in earnest prayer, such prayor as r,ar here for Uommenoein and a good presence. The impassion T, Simmons ot Florida of Maryavillo p., OlnoinnrsLtl, Hubert Scott, John Knox offered whou on his knees ed close was too highly wrought. d Saturday to spend the Tho College was organized ia 1S15, and tho 45 Annual Winter Sese cried to God, "Give me Scotland Prof. C. H. Poage, of Eliott Insti Mibs Ida L. Brooks' recitation of sion begins about October 10th 189U. Threo sessions of six months ih his uncle. Rev. M. K. Pa' r I die." Seek it in tute, Kirksville, Ky., is said to bo nn ap "Aunt Nancy's account of a Fashion each are required for graduation. This is tho first Dental Collego ot for your own honor, but for God's xedor- - plicant for tho Boroa school this year. MoClelland, of u la and has a teachiutr ouiaiiiiatwui in dm Wruit ablo Recital" was a good example ol pwo, Ohio, is spending a f days Miss Kate Coddingtou, who has taught the most valuable type of public '.lory, recognizing yourself as his in- corps of twenty instructors. Its buildings are modern, and well ad-- 2 trumont, and submitting yourself to uptetl to tho requirements of modern dental education, and its cJinios guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ucnie, tho school so faithfully for several peaking tho conversational style are unsurpassed. Optional Spring and Fall Courses iu Clinical i is guidance. Thon from tiiuo to ;, Ira B. Penniman ha been years, seams to bo tho logical caudi 7. fnn .ik1i iii!iui. Fnrlutnnua. The Muudoliu Club in ado a decid ime as you prosecute your lifo work 9 -- i past wcsVl Mrs. date for the position of Principal. TT akk for the ed hit with a nelectiou called tho "Bez- - 'you tion and Aunouncemont, addresa II. A. 8IKITH, D. D. will havo need of reenforceineut Ohio, 11(1 Onrliflltl lMuco, ma Is improving, aftei I long Miss Fairoliild eutcrtulned u few Hiiberunu March" and the audience of that H)wer from on high. if. frionds lust Saturday, in honor of Miss would not bo Batiafled until they mah T. a. PASCO, TO OUR MANY FRIENDS: When in need of Furniture or anything pertaining to Our Line we respectfully solicit your patronage attention and Polite and Satisfactory Prices, our Undertaking Prompt attention given and and Irvine BIGGERSTAFF & OLDHAM Ky. NEWS. M JOE'S, "THE GO TO RELIABLE" it For the best Livery Service r Sor-mo- aj S., LIVERY. Go To ft a gnfj 4 jo, Berea, 35Cy, C. H. PALMER CHI fit temperance,. ... W.M IMLLER W The Photographer, V 1 11 throe-quarte- rs i It is Trui For Spring and Summer 4 k I I SUITS and SPRING OVERCOATS f Our T-it- Ol Do not to see our line ofSHOXB, MITCHELL, i rr I COVINGTON Piiolim.orid., Ky. J a i OHIO COIiLEOE OF Departmentof IDentlstry university ol OentrgI Aye. cippurt St., Onlo. r, f i t Cliicl"L ....f mothers, however, aserlbid their own "You are admiring my little (lock, arc downfall to despair because of hopeyou not?" he naked, grinning so wideless poterly. ly that hla btnek gums sickened my T O, TASCO, Editor ana Manager. The training school mission worker sight. "Well, It tuny interest you to hnre such age and experience In other know, good Mr. Withers, Hint ypu and : itbTlKA, : . KKNTOCKY him at once. He Is a spy nn accursed fields, many ot them si public school, 1 arc the only two persons In the World hst so tvlt M (fit ttood cvmtt oaf, to teachers, thnt their ojilions should spy in the employ of the Ilrltish govern- who shall have hnd nny use for It. . thtp of scrofuU, pimplei. tie., 'n have weight. ment." I bought It In Edinburgh only (Ids chudrtn nJ yotng ptoclt. Ttktn in TOWNSFOLK TWAIN. 1 sprang up from my sent In order to All concur In the following) morning, little thinking that Its carver time It CtnbitrtdiCAttdbj using Hood' 1. It Is not wise to present a pledge, StrttpjtriB. cAmtrieA'i Gtitlttt Medl-dn- t. In a Ttnlon that (alls with the fulling day, defend myself from the brutal arms would end so soon." I tread the lanes and the paths of yortj that closed round me, but the battle to a school or class and ask signature ItvttiUMtndtnrichttihtbtood. A STUDY OF CASES. Then, tapping the timepiece gently, And the vlllart green where 1 uied to play, was nn unequal one. from all at once. Personal Instruction Two minutes he exclaimed; "Farewell, little clock. And the village folk, I see once more. later, bound, gngged, and helpless, I Do thy work well nnd send this, cur to Ilarlllnar Facta Made l'laln by Notes should precede such presentation. Ah. ye are there by those purple bars S. J'lrdgra ngnlnst the use nt beer, disMy townsfolk twain, of those childhood was pinioned to the wall, the cords be- his reward. Mr. Withers, Gathered by Missionaries Amnnat '"77aHO!7firRTJiaaay hours! tilled liquor, tobacco and profane or ing drnwn so tightly round my chrst I wish you a pleasant journey to the Chscaan' Foreign Population. ssaassssMMUiivw'jiia The HII professor who hunted stars filthy speech should lie separate, and new country you arc about to tlslt. And the little woman, who ttndcd fiowera. thnt I could icarce breathe. Tl.tse field notes were made by work separately presented. Tho men slowly returned to their Adieu!" He lh ed In a Mr house up on the hill, 3. l'ledgen for children- should readl seats, talking In excited whispers. With an Ironical bow he glided from er In the llaptlst missionary training A long way hack from the village street; After a pause, Menskoff raised his hand the room, shutting nnd locking the school, In a part of Chicago w here 1'olea, "I will try, with (lod'a help, not to use SHE PREFERRED DEATH FIRST And site In a cot with a crumbled sill. to proclaim silence, and said, In a rirrp, door after him. When he hnd rt' tired, Hussions, Holicinlana nnd Syr Inns form or to help use," etc. Set down In a tangle of meadow-swee- t n large part ot the population. Such 4. In cases where it It probable the Would Urat e the Horrors of (he lleep There were morning glories up to the ominous tone: I shut my eyes nnd tried to think.. eaves, Before She Would Make a I'rlahl large aggregations of foreigners are child wilt lie foretd to break the pledge, "Comrades, I owe you nn explanation was out of the question. I!cnpc There were rlotoua rotes down to the f Herself with a l.lfv 1'reserver. of what has Just occurred. Know then could not mote my bonds wrre tied so found In our most iopuloua American his moral welfare Is best enhanced ny gate; There were housekeeping robins among that during my visit to Edinburgh tightly that already cramp was seiz- cities, nnd are constantly fed by fresh total abstinence teaching without the There 8h wai a vtrr plump woman. the leaves, have learned several things of vital Imlimbs, nnd to titter it cry for help arrltals from Europe. Educating these pledge. people who (ay they would like to ha That called It the four o'clocka slept too portance to the cause. The first Is that ing my centers Is like making butler with a In my own henrt two wishes have art plump, hot the woman herself is alA Just dozen times 1 was impossible. latel this man Wither is n dangerous spy, cursed my nction In hnlng instructed stream of fresh cream flowing Into the grown ns I bare studied these and simi ways thinking ot ways ami mesni by which X met appearance l iliametcr and circumlrr-enrhim at times on my schoolward and that his acquaintance with us hns be the chief to send nn men to the house churn, or like sweeping n floor over lar cases, fine Is, that there might six tier mav be reduced, and anrthim that will route, a weekly mothers' meeting to each been nn official trick which In n few until nine p. in., for had they come ear- which n stream of mud Is crawling. apparently incrrv she reganls with a disAnd shivered a bit at his frosty bow; I here group. the cases and niuke mothers; nnd the 6ther, that pipes lie like tint is liltN iliort of abhorrence. Hut That he saw me at all I am much In doubt, minutes we shall repay heavily." well. Hut then, lier alt would hat e one Minx Or thought me a sheep or a mooly cowl He paused, and then continued: wus I to have foreseen the horrible general statements borne out by laid so that lit each bloak a publl foun if there Is romfiHahlr that she dislikes ! mora how But was there a moment before the bell? tiluniinei. tain or faucet would supply cold, fib than her ttheftj one day, on a It tha "The second thing I have discovered events which the night was destinrd to facts, I stopped at the gate where the lilacs water. So, 1. 1'ublic school teachers find the afttered, drinking water, nnd that In each a foe, there wW a collision, she steamer In is this: that at nine o'clock grew. was even bring forth? by payment of a more under For a sprig of her southernwood to smell. the house will be rnldrd, and etery man The clock pointed to 8:30, showing ernoon sessions mnrkrd by an lucre nscn two or three blocks, water could lie se- such unhaMr than most people are related of stupidity nnd tardiness, tutrstign-tlnOr a crimson rose with a heart of dewl of us present arrested." eimimttanirs, though It mis jienny, a pint of hot that the whole drrnd scene through proves this Is largely due to bee cured, by which, with use. of tablets, afterward tlul ske liehateil with rreal coolA hoarse cry rose from the men, and I which I hnd passed Hint evening bad Butterflies, bumblebees, birds and boys. ness. There wis fortunately no more seriAnd shy little girls In shakers quslnt, could not repress a slight glance of consumed barely SJ minutes, though dt Inking nt dinner (I: v., the noon mcnl) soup, malted milk or chocolate, or with ous result from the collision than several ... i Frolicked about her' with revel and noise, nmazemcnt. Menskoff understood my or to going to the saloon to get bcrr tea, anyone, with a speed correspond-Iniiuui .i.i... i.... iiu uur n a . ijnr puir i. it una), imii While she beamed on us all like a dear expression, for he came towards me, naturally the space of time had seemed tor parents. to our sense of "rush," could pre that time what the nest minute would hrinr Eight-thirty- . old saint. SC like hours. In S. The lote of beer Is encouraged In a nourishing, stimulating bever forth, The huiUind ot the woman with tha j iwre Q cool, white lilies! O starry phlox! nnd striking me In the face said, wasp-Ishl- minutes more, the Inexorable clock may tie more will, ngr. Mm.M. E. llurnbnm, in Union Sig- comfortable plumpness, like the food hut O portulaca and larkspur blue! children narni iixi lie wis, imineuiateiy atier tnr acticking out the minutes so patiently fug to go thntit.they 0 bachelor's buttons and hollyhocks for nal., cident found hie nreservers. and in a mat "Aha, then, my good Mr. Withers, would have brought its minute hand And panslcs! How well I remember you! Is commonly drunk, to 3. Wherever Iwcr you do not know, evidently, that we otind to the fatal stroke, the bomb league. trr of faet way started to assistithhis wilehorput one on. Hut she recoiled TI1E anti-saloo- n such tobacco nnd the cigarette nlxiund, nnd I've .tseard he discovered some mislaid nlso have our spies among the police ror that tor a moment he was not sure but would explode and then. A feelspheres. force even as you have jours among ing of nnusen rose in my throat as the it Is dlnicult to discriminate In the senses. Some stellar fugitives brought to bay; Cjmp.l.n 1st the shock had deprived her of hershe almost "Tut on one of those things?" ourselves. Our own Informers arc as hideous reality bent Its horror Into my results of three, and Impossible to sup- l..n..r.le And a comet due In a thoutand years Itrrr 1 orU State "The MUoa shrieked. "Nsterl Just look st that fat In the latter part of the month of May) watchful nnd an clever ns yours, nnd by brain, and 1 strove with all my might tc press one nnd nllntv the others. Maat !." woman over there with one of them on. 1 know ahe discovered a world of cheer I. Drunkenness among Uiys under 1C bhe Inoki a perfect tlfht sorrowing souls that her pathway their agency has all this knowledge shut out the black thoughts which over- yenrh of ngr Is mi common as to startle For come to me. What think you of it, my whelmed me. league has liegun crossed; The the most phlegmatic citizen. that she That her heart was a gardon where alt the friend; what think you of It, hey?" vigorous campaign In New York state. and it wasto Iwr'zood lortuiw . Times. had For the first ten minutes the agony ol no rtason J. Many. Indeed most of the ease of n year Hp struck me again, very brutally. rtfret it. N Hev. Dr. J. Q. A. Henry hns resigned a sucLove's green plants flourished, untouched The malignity of his glance and the waiting wns softened somewhat by the dwarfed and stunted growth which we by frost I arsaUt-Asa.hope that something might happen tc see among the .tery jioor are directly cessful pastorate In Chicago to accept "Mis rar Oint'-Net- lr' harsh, set faces of the other men showed esus Wir Tmumrnmm the suprrintendency of the New York Tou'lt read hla name In the text books writ. me only too plainly that I had small ante me. Hut when the ten minulet traceable to doses of liquor given In Inleague, and under his Contain IfiO superb half tone engravings, had passed, my soul grew sick, and a fancy or to "mistakes" made by a branch of the With a learned treatise on solar spots. made from photographs taken of our Atmr mercy to expect now. IV:.' .erst Ah. the children. remember It! dull feeling of resignation took hold ol drunken physician. One pitiable ease Inspiring lenilershlp It Is confidently in ramp, oo transports anil In artutt sen ire, Slips of paper were handed round the my Fashioned and framed In forsj being. My time hail come: my comes to mind that of n young man St cxprct?d that much effectlte work will hpanish stvd Ant'riranUun boats, Cuha.Ha TRey say when I mention my native town table, nnd eaeh member was directed to course was run; my "Why. that la the home of Trof esaor J. I" hour was at hand. years old, hut as helpless as a bnlie be done. The "first gun" In this new vana. Manilla. IModacaties. Architecture! Cut I think of my friend In the t V!; uwn. Inscribe. thereon, what should be my I.ct me face denth like n man, for. In of 'three months. I.lfc wns not taken, onslaught on the enemy wns fired at shows th minrUra and customs of the people of oar new Islands: 1'irtures of our He punishment. Then the klips were hand- spite Who planted rosea to give away! ... 1 of my profession, 1 retained some but who will acquit thnt drunken doc- I'oughkeepsle oti Sunday, May 1 1. n.H.MlPI.,.1.. Win ILn... ed to MenskofT, who glanced at them of the league. Including as Cspt Charle King, the utlmr),U heeler, gave me some sage advice, of the instincts of manhood, and I re- tor of the charge of manslaughter? I remember he n gleam of satisfaction on his face. with The morning I left for my home afar; solved to meet the end as quietly at This division of responsibility Is a deli- Dr. Henry, were In I'oughkeepsle on llohson, Kooaevelt, hampson, , Miles, Schley. (imuix of "Edward Withers," he said, addressAnd the benefit of a snvle precise, that dny in numlier sufficient to man Shatter, be, llrooka. Carn-.llpolar star! ing ine, after a pause, "the sentence though a thousand eyes watched thy cate queitlou, and confronts us ctery- Aa warm as tha beams of the all the pulpits In the city, and now OlhVers, Cavalry, Arllllrry. Infantry, Ships, Ititle nractire. hnanish Soldiers. Insunrnli. Put she! Ah! she broke with a tender hue written by each member of this meet- exit. the rampnlgn will lie continued along ('hirkainauga, Jacksonville, Tampa, lst On my frantic wrestle with tears and Fifteen minutes to nine. . . . The ing: consists of one word, 'Death.' Make winks. various lines. The plans and objects Karewell Lattrjn Horn. Hospitals, Clara i minute hand seemed to linger a long rug. And left on my lap for a railway ready: your time is short." league are explained Harton, IloughllUden, Santiago, San Juan. ot the time, nnd n sudden hope raced through An armful of fragrant, feathery pinks! Manil' The anarchist went to the corner of my mind that by Dr. Henry In a letter to the New Manilla. th fVutdul Women of Cuba and Emma Herrlck Weed. In Youth'a Comthe clock ( panion. the room where he had deposited his might stop. Hut n second Voire. The league la a natlonnl organ! The Album i SltS Inches, weighs 13 f raw later portmanteau. Hastily opening the with n pnng that my fancy hnd deration. It Iiegnn five years ago In tin ounces, priatrdlin finest coated paper. ca&rar)n!r!tniftr.v Sent KHKK lb any adrfrru in the I'nlted bag, he took from it a small bomb with ceived me. state of Ohio, nnd has now sprrnd Into for the cruel hand moved nn, (or 12 cents in a clockwork apparatus attached, also and now, O Hcatcn, 23 states, where fiO men nre devoting States, Canada- or Menco pottage and park S LA Hand-Shak- e With Death a tiny clock of common appearance. another minute its nips or roitt, to rover their entire time and energies to the tag- Copy tny b seen at any ticket office iJWf'3J wns registered! Having deposited these on the table beprosecution of this work. Its motto et tha I tig Kour Route. Thirteen minutes to nine! Anjcy Order at Mt, at the editmn Is limited, side, me, he addressed his comrades. By P. Beaufoy. Is The Saloon Mast (la." anil Its ultl feeling shivered through my body Why Address LYNC H. Oeneral "My good brothers," he exclaimed, tongue clave to the roof of ritruiH mate aim the total destruction of th" Passenger WMKKKN JAgent, "JJig i'our srii Ticket talking in n quick, excJiable tone, "now nausea sclzea me will and cita- KAtsie. v.ineaaati, iinio. open grogshop as Ihr center p. that yod Mve pronouncedJhe sentence 4Ta del of thc'corruptlng and benumbing Mark tnveUsi "War Album." rrcrf in JBMaaasi tcH storieaof won o?deU it Buepcfa of, the civic npd oft the pultil 3tTf"Tirdto'!t,WinCeT3t works In and Wi'rough vour se otdeliverances bo. m assssssssr- uaiira. o tire great wjo.v'.v .in'liTia mm es tried Into effect, . . . Heboid, shqres' of this world's life. Three mln MBt-w0- ar the churches, making them as organi wni iirt. does to kill tune? Ucre 'tbmWthe: Mvy of miracle? still en- - then? this bomb. I obtained it a' our utca morel zation! the responsible agents, loeat Sue Whv. the has a hirrrle Afircd.'wt'I'doubt greatly whether any factory at Edinburgh, together with way, for temper bad, so h Jividet her time lHwew nnd In a state-wid- e My eyes began to swim, a light man"eer came;, steles, to the drend the clockwork gear by which the time was In' them, burning them red lite once rrforin. It maintain thnt t like tttewisa- urm up, unonnati r.n so marvelous, ot explosion can be regulated. shndoiV and ohcaped'la With coals a thousand Christian people are primarily the en fiendish voices and yet to simple a mnnner as dtd I tlds little bomb I shall blow our friend buzzed In my ear but nW.c them all ror Chill, todbtns of the public conscience, that The Beat botU of Chovk's TisTt Lr , about ten years ago, when I was conto pieces, and it will lie well now if you there rang out the tick-ticthey must set the pace of civic reform, b4 Fever of the la simply Iron and quinine nected with the secret service depart- bid him adieu and leave us together. clock, every second bringing rac nearet and that the problem of the open sa- CimiToata It No cur no pay. Irlco a Usieler form. ment of Scotland Yard, and was looking You will also do welt to keep in hiding and nearer to the end. loon wilt peter lie solved until the softer the anarchists, who at that time until the present activity on the part of Christian forces cnn'be orgrfhired, eon I tried to grasp a prayer, but my lipi Ftajstalne Imparttalllr. were, causing the greatest anxiety by our kind friends, the police. Is some- w ere parched and could not have moved THE TUIUltnLE 8CKNU AT NOON solldatcd and hurled against this chief When gltl is interested in a man, if I their activity in the direction of vio- what abated." enemy ot Christian progress, and good taa't bowleggvj and squint eyed, the s even if the gag had not held them rigid; TIME. lence and crime. Of the escape in quesgovernment. It Is omnlpertisan aru m is aa "handsome at a (irrrk god." N. Obedience to this man seemed inevitI tried to frame a silent supplication tc where. Take this case: A young man Interdennmlnatlnnal In Its method. It I'rcs. tion let the lines that follow speak. able. One by one, the whole crowd rose the Almighty for deliterance. but my The terrible explosion at Edinburgh and slowly left the house, each man mind could not work coherently, and cumc home intoxicated; his mother work with alt parties and with all T rU la Ost Day blow folbad just taken place, whereby many giving me a look of hatred as he went. the entreaty languished unmnde. A spoke reproachfully, a quickson "caroe creeds upon the solo condition that Take Iiatlvellmmo Ouiutnn Tablets. A persons had lost their lives and many they are the foes of the saloon, and druggists rcfuth money if It f alia to cure, 5& I perfectly understood Menskoft's feeling of measureless despair envoi-ope- lowed. The. next day the 'more been injured, and on all sides one design In resolving to destroy me my soul, nnd then, as the minute to himself." Who killed the tnnther willing to stand together Uton this one body was rolled for the grate? Issue the destruction of the open beard rumor of still more awful disas"It were beter to rMit than to of the bomb Instead of taking up hand of the tiny clock glanced town nil whose Was nil it were till better to i;ivcn himself the ters in store. his revolver and dispatching me then the fatal figure, n faintucss clutched to theitdevil son who had Were nut those dramshop. It emphasizes the enforce- (iresident Kicking yesterday? One afternoon, early in January, the ment of law. It seeks to drive the there. The explosion would bring my being, a white, mist wna in my' eyes, ehef summoned me to his room, and and house to the ground, damage ad- nnd unconsciousness mercifully claimed who had aided Mm In this transaction liquor business liack within 'he- limthe partners In thnt murder? said: "Mr. Iturrington, I understand joining property, and would be in every my nses. its of license and law, and to crrate S. The Saturday Industrial schools you expect to achieve a good stroke to- way a public spirit which will demuiid legisthe best "advertisement" that the A Storfy of Sterility. have, each week, Instnncrs of children lation so full and complete as will if I am not mistaken." night, not same cause could obtain, whilst at When I recovered, the room was full whose clonks, hoods, shoes or mittens I smiled as I made nnstter:. "I have time all other informers would the SUFFWNQ AND REUEP. only curb but destroy the open saloon. tremble ot policemen, and Inspector Oricrsos, buve gone to the pawnshop, not for every confidence of doing so. Ily aswhen they learned the horrible fate of one of my best pals, wns kneeling beside bread, not for coal or rent, but for In the enforcement of Ian It seeks, a suming the character of an n rule, to work only through public Verily, n fiend's de- me, holding some liquid to m.v!ips. His liquor. In many, many abodes (I cananarchist, I have discovered some one of their body. him who devised (unia ii ass. risiasM o. to,iS4J vice, nnd worthy of it. fat, honest face was full ot sympathy not say homes) more Is spent each week cliVers who are elected and paid to very useful information. Above alt, 1 perform such duties. Ixical league When the last footsteps of the re- cji he exclaimed, cheerily: "Ditan I l. rwKtUM Two ycai for beer than for bread, moru each nre organized in etery church and perhare unearthed n very hornets' nest in treating men had died away, the nr. ago I begni having such dull, hca "Drink that, Mr. Harrington, nnd month than for clothing. 6obo. kept by a Russian called manent organizations effected in etery dragging pi ns In my back, menst nrchlst leaned over tho table where the don't try nnd talk till you feel a bit bet7. The women In these neighborMarkovski. By arresting the men community where. It la possible. The were profr and painful, and wt deadly apparatus was plnccd and slo'v foynd in that club this evening, we ly adjusted It. Then turning to me, he ter. There!" hn nddcil, encouragingly, hoods, as n rule, drink brer as un ac- methods of the lengtie apieal to the troubled v s lcucorrhcoo. I to hall, In njl probability, secure several exclaimed, with n malignant laugh as the raw- brandy brought back a sem- cepted rule of life. It should be rememgenerosity blance of life to rny cheeks "you're bered most of them come from coun- financial nldof business men, so that jntent ined inca nnd consulted a pbj gentlemen who are wanted in connechas netcr been wanting alcisn, but ccclvcd no benefit an which was ns brutul as a blow: looking livelier already. Ily tries where liccr and wine arc not tion with the Edinburgh trouble. Sccln "Sec here, my good friend, see here. (icorgc! you'tc had the narrowest classed as Intoxicants, nnd their ryes with which to conduct n vigorous and could not-- come pregnant. "I will tell you my arrangements for and the, clock in squeak that man ever had In this busi- have netcr been opened In this coun- victdrlous crusade. The temporary one of your took, 1 wrote tonrou tel left the this evening. There is to Ik- - a meeting I hate position bomb you headquarters of the league In the state log you my troubles nnd asking h such a try to the relation ot beer drinking nnd at the club of which I hnic spoken be- sec both, nnd asthat hand are bound to ness." York Yiu answered my lctu the of the clock "The Iximb, the liomb," I nsked, faint- drunkcuness. Some cases were found of New fall It will be at 1'otiglikcepsle. advice. tween eight and eight-thirtand by creep on, you will have the felicity of Is expected that criiia-neu- t promptly-anI followed thedlrectlot ly, "where is it? What has become uf where women, despairing In their hobo-les- s In the nine o'clock it Is to be aKsumcil that knowing headqiinrtem will lie opened In faithfully, and derived bo much bend that each minute Is carrying it? Why didn't It explode?" jioverty, took to henvy drinking ns the city of New York. every man will be in his place. I also Christian at that I cannot pralso Lydla B. I'lnl The inspector pointed to a bucket ol n sort of blaintlesM suicide, while the Work, shall be there in my role as a partisan you ncurer to the end. And now, shall bum's 'Vetctablo Compound enoug husband went on with hli the league. Send a squad of men to I tell you, my friend, nt what hour, nay, water In t lie corner of the room. of 1 now find myself pregnant nnd hai minute, I hate timed this lit"The bomb Is there," he answered, daily dram. One case is now n matter TEMPERANCE BITS. 1 handed him n at what this address" (and here begun Its uso again. X cannot-pra- l tle plaything to explode?" quietly, "and can do no harm now. The of deep anxiety nnd prayer. A husband slip of paper bearing the Information) MnfcCoiuatMOJi, Yvt It was impossible for me to convey rascals have escaped, bad luck to them. whose drunkenness had dragged his Olney.III., which has not been without ltcnough. "at nine o'clock precisely, and let them IsUiiutkx, Micu. arrest every individual on the prem- my desire to know, fori could not mote Did they tell you nt what time they had family through poverty, homelessness saloon In 50 year, ha gone dry. Many ises. They had better take me us well, my head or open my lips. However, set that little bit of machinery to ex and shame, reformed, but the wife who had struggled und prayed for years caus for appearances' sake. This will dis- Menskoff appeurcd to consider an an- plode?" In an hour vKim'i I I Corn. I "Most certainly they did," I made an- to woo him back to sobriety arm any suspicion on their part that swer superfluous, for, after a minute's "I ,.! tTEtValaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH Interval, he laughed again and cried: swer, ns I slowly raised myself from of nberrotlon, I am sure got drunk, there are informers in the camp." Saloon keeper are the government' rlage, aevm year aura. y n confirmed inebriate. "I hate set it to explode at ten min- the floor; "at ten minutes to nine pre- and Is recruiting o nicer for the, great array birth to 1 ur children, and had ttt "I see I see," he answered, quickly. Among these peopln there isn vague of American drunkard. The Corner utes to nine. . . . Why not before? cisely." "An excellent plan, Mr. Harrington." mlscarrla) a. I had falling of woml Idea thai the government In the only stone. "Then your escape Is all the more He then jotted down the various de- Simply because, good Mr. Withers, It leucorrho.' , pains In back and legi will add (enfold to your torture to rethe Inspector, source of help, the only rrsponkltilu returned tails necessary, and I went about my If we church member worked a dyspepsia nd a nervous member that had ten minutes more "for we did not arrive here until nine power to he cursed. The gotcrument Is hard for (iod a the saloon keeper do tho stoma, i. Now I have trembling c ordinary vocations until day should thes wane and it would be time for me to been given you, you would have been o'clock exactly, as arranged with you." something oter, but quite npart from for Satan more rcSults might be seen. troubles a lean enjoy mynonoof Yom life. "I am as amazed as you arc," said I, themselves, and while buying their lieer take my way to the anarchist club In rescued by your lends from Scotland mediclno iaa worked wonders foi Headlight. the role of a member of that terrible Yurd. . . Aha! I see you change color. "surely the clock could not have been tncy wall: "Why doesn't tha mayor The Herman Association Against the tne." lfo. S. Bahshaot, New Cmu. You appreciate the tenderness of my wrong. It wan quite new, for the man or the bead at Washington put a stop organization. to this awful' getting drunk?" The Misuse of Spirituous Drinks has Issued Menskoff told me he had purchased II The day passed quickly enough, ab- little plan." week preceding election Is one of added a circular to the students uf Germany The fiend spoke the truth. The ter- only this morning In Edinburgh." sorbed as I was with other interesting asking that the compulsion In the corps matters, and shortly before eight I rible cruelty of his scheme burned Into On hearing thuse words, Inspector funds In ninny homes where there Is and vertiu to drink beer be done away the United tltatca my brain. It was hart), unmistakably Orlersan uttered a low whistle, and an a voter. The week following Is dne with. to my lodgings, und having went hard, to be dono to death at all with illuminating intelligence shone In his; of quarrels, arrests and suffering. J my usual disguise, took my way The report of the London temperance It strange that these embittered moth INK many hours elapsing between myself foco. to the club. I entered. hospital shows that during the year alTbsf MiMo't use It If It ,,., Slowly the gloomy room filled with and possible rescue. . . . but to know-tha"tlreat Scot!" he exclaimed, slapping cr beur children predisposed to riot cohol was administered In that instituyou oo more than and anarchy'.' ten minutes would mean life, and His Knee, i sec ii niu the swarthy, members, und laslMupoa having1!!. lit The mission workers from this school, tion to only five case out of a total of ah, "See what?" I shouted, mad with ex t length the meeting was complete the absence of them death. Of ill women, hate little to do with the over 6,000, including cave for one man, a Russian known as that was refinement of agony which a citement. "See what?" five cases four proved fatal. II lbs world's iretl "Why, the explanation of your salvn men on these fields, unless some father the Ivan Menskoff, lie was expected to re- man must be In my place to thoroughly I :WEY Murtiiuititsd AOU LIFE From a v Am I'll tion. You say that clock wus bought In) falls sick, commit suleldo or Is arrest four gallonbushel of corn a distiller get fwTrrrW a. c turn that evening from Edinburgh, and properly appreciate! i of whisky, which retails at bills, uwi tr jai The anarchist gave one more glance Edinburgh. Well, you may not know It J sd, so these xitrs deal only Indirectly ne had gone on business con whither he apparatus to see that It was all In but It so happsns that Edinburgh time with the principal transgressors. Not $10; the government get $1.10, the nected with the brotherhood. I'rrse farmer who raised the corn gc 40 and then turned toward the door. Is just 13 minutes behind the London til poor people In these nelghliorhoods ly a slight murmur ran round the irned, however, to v here I was hour, and to that fact, Mr. liarilngton, ire Intemperate or beer drinkers. Not I cent, the railroad pet one dollar, tha and tha Russian strode Into tbeap Sold br Dne c wai found where poverty bad manufacturers gtt $3.00, the rUUf t. 711s brows were .uutracted' nd greeted m with utockimj you owe your life this evening,'' I 4rirtn Jt fitUtr to drink. Strand I gtU sms dollars. obq o u wis, and wltt lujfmscd. THE CITIZEN. his Hastily looking from man to man until gue encountered mine, he pointed at me and cried, vehemently: "Seize that man whoenllshlmselt Edward Withers. Secure him, and gng "Ev& Dispositions Are Earty Sfiown" good-nigh- t. 1 e lx-r- e ... ... VIo,.. Antl-Haloo- n rt c .7 I Anti-baloo- n iJ - k lt I rrj 1 - Irish-Americ- - ... d iitcii-itoiiK-- to-da- ra UsXARTER'S t g ... t. ileum. REVIEW LESSON. AN 0UTIN0 PARADISE. MISSING TIIE JUBILEE. Titer Was On Woman Whs eem4 I B Icaorant of the Vast That Peae Had Com, 3 lassirs Wii af STATE NEWS ITEMS. THE CLAY COUNTY FEUD. Tfca ad ef Ik mill-laleraatl- saal Bladr la Ik New laao ferJaae faadaF iekael BS, IBM. Test, c. BRADLEY MEANS BUSINESS. ( rilpot ractlaa Will Taka Ik raet la ruCeraUka rilpl Chaasa Laader of Iks Tk Ckla4 Far. Oeveraer Is Determlaed ta fleeter Fee la Claf Caaatj Regard-les- s af Cst Lordon, Kjr., Job IS. Thlngi took more warlike now thn erer In CI 17 county. Since the troopi hare left the feudists have the county to themtslvsa, M)1 will no doubt battle it out at the flrat more on either slile. A new faction It coming Into the feud now the I'llpota. They will help out the Baker. The Bakers are witha out a leader, and John I'll pot, the who testified that he was "feelln' fer the lakers," will lead thslr forces. The rilpota are the atrongest and moit feared faction In this section. They number 300 fighters. They are preparing for war. They hare had three doten Winchesters shipped Into the county. The guns arrived Tuesday. Dob Taker, aged SI, cousin to Tom llaker, came to (.ondon Wednesday morning, saying he expects to lire here, where his life Is not In danger. He says he knows who killed Tom Baker. I happened to be looking at the win dow where the shot was fired. About a minute before the shot I saw a man I saw htm snd know who he was. shoot and run. I'm afraid to tell now, but when we get all prepared I'll tell who he Is and drop him myself, "They tried to kill me In Manchester the first night I went there. A news paper correspondent waa talklDg to me and I was standing behind his chstr. 1 heard something behind me Just across the fence In the garden and saw Tom Watt, a colored man, pointing a ptstol at me. "I sat down In a window so he couldn't get at me. Daugh White was making signs to him. I got my- brothers together and we went right then toCoL Williams, and askeil htm for protection." wlt-nta- JUDGMENT REVERSED. Tti lade Cat I roralga faaaraae CaaapaaU Waa Barar Ika Xalakr Caarl af Aapaal. lft. Frankfurt, Ky., June 17. Gov. Brsdley has not the power to declare martial law In the county of Clay, where a reign of terror exists as the result of the assassination of Tom llaker last Saturday, but he Intends to restore order there, regardless of cost The governor received a tetter Friday afterEver-sol- e noon from Circuit Judge denying that had, as reported, adjourned court at Msnches-te- r because of the fesr of personal violence. The Judge aaya that court was adjourned because he resllzed that Justice could not be meted out with affairs In such ehaottc condition. He says that he will hold a special session In Clay within the next few weeks. The troops will probably be sent back then. If order can not be restored and those under Indictment tried, a special session of the legislature would be the o'nly remedy. Under tht present Kentucky law the governor can not even appoint a apeclal Judge until the regular Judge haa refused to sit and the circuit clerk notifies him thst the members of the bar have fat'ed to elect. In Clay county the circuit clerk Is a member of the White faction, and. If Judge Evrrsole should decline to sit, he would prsctlea ly have the selection of his successor. If an extra session wero held the county of Clay would cither be abolished and divided up among adjoining counties, o.-- the governor would be given power to appoint special Jndges at will and special grand Juries from other counties to go to a lawless county and Investigate and find the Indictments. The governor Frldsy night declsred to be false the speclsl dispatch sent out from Lexington Thursday that he was equipping soldiers in Eastern Ken' tucky to go to Harlan county. The condition there Is much better than it Is In Clay county. INDEPENDENT DISTILLERS. U tPpeclsllr Adapted from Fttoubtt'a Notes.) Is a faithful say-InOOLDKN TKXT.-T- M and worthr of sll acceptation, that Christ Jesus earn Into tb world to savs slnnsrav 1 Tim. 1:11 GRNEHAIj REVIEW. "I knew a man who went a thousand miles and back, and supported himself at great expense, to be with Agssslcs few weeks at his summer school at An hour with the great natural. 1st would have empty repaid the trouble and expense. To even see the maatet of any department Is helpful. "Christ Is the master In the depart ment of spiritual life. We hare had all months' study with Him and of Him. Happily we do not have to go to Judeav ne sayst 'I will come to you and malci my abode with you,' and 'Lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end ef the world,' either as to time or space. "It Is not fish we experiment on, as did Agasslz, but touts, ourselves. Bo there can be no more Interesting study. Bishop n. W. Warren, In & a Times. JIEVIEW BT C1IAFTER8. In our last quarterly review wc Pen-Ikes- thst the!.' towns are full of picturesque Keuses, beautiful avenues of trees, In fact with all the Inland beau ties and In addition the various attractions of the seashore. While the South Shore for a portion of Its length Is almost level, the North Shore Is hilly and heavily wooded. Every portion of the Island is well suited for man's abiding place. It has in a most marked degree the three great necessities of life and civilization, Good Air, Good Water and Good Roads. The western section (Queens and Nns- ,saii Counties) Is crossed In every direc tion by the best of macadam roads; six hundred miles having been built within three years. The eastern end of Suffolk County has excellent rosds consisting of macadam, gravel, shell and country roads running through the woods or along the shore. Fishing, itudled the first ten chapters of John hunting, bathlng.ynchtlng.cycllngand by chapters, giving a suggestive title to golfing are all Indulged In undermost tach. It will be well to review tbon perfect conditions. titles first, and then take up the reA NEW EXPERIENCE, maining chaptera aa given here. Th first diagram contains the tltlea as riven in the lessonswe have been study- Fkeb Ass Was Orratlr WorrtM Over the Action of the ing, The second leaves the apacea foi Trees and Iloase. tuch titles as the teacher and tcholai may agree upon. who She Is only a little black One needs to note not only the titles lives down in Georgis. She pickaninny ii under s dozen )f the chapters, but the progress of the years in sge and until s short time ago had iiad sll of her life on s rural plantation. Jevelopment of the mission of Christ movements Trains John dors not attempt to write a biog- utterly snd their sttendtnt what Fhebe were Indeed, Ann raphy of Christ, but brings to our view knew ofunknown. outiide of that plantation anything certain salient points, milestones oi would not make the beginning of a primer. progress, essential features to the She wai being educated for a lioune serrtnt and to any presentation of the work of Christ, tak- greathence was not txrmltted to roam the big extent. She was busy about ing for granted that we know the life boute sll day snd st night retired to the of Christ as recorded in the other Gos- shack set spart for her family. y Long Island Is tn undiscovered conn try to a great number of people. Very few resllze that the little line shown on the large map Is one hundred and thlrtv-fou- r miles long and of varying widths up to twenty-fir- e miles. Few realize that It was Jbe first section of the United States nettled by colonists from both England and Holland, and "Kxcnae me," laid the vltltor of hit own volition, "but csrt't I stk you sn Important question!" "What it It!" usponded the editor, with-ou- t looking up from hit work, which is always a sign tbst anybody ought to under-rtan- encouraged. It vrts in ths mldit of the peace (ubilr and th editor wis the bu tint individual in town, hut he visitor got In on him, , snd, whst wss worse, tat down snd showed other signs of remaining, none of which the editor Head Ac3e ? t Can't you deep well? Psln In youf back? Leek cnernr? Appetite poor? Digestion bad? Dolls or pimples? Aro your nerves wcsVP These are suro signs of poisoning. From what poisons? From poisons that are si ways found In constipated bowels. If the contents of the bowels are not removed from the body each day, as nature Intended, these poisonous substances aro sure to be absorbed Into the blood, always causing suffering and frequently causing severe W& mn HT A aTha W M WII' "Ain't this a peace Jubilee we're baring In this town!" "It certslnly it." "And the 'peace jubilee It a celebration of pesce, sln't jtt" "Kiactly "And peace meant that war is off, don't It!" "Of court it does." "And that the olive branch it hanging low. and that everybody ia falling on everybody else's neck, snd thst everybody Is gttd ths war clouds hsvs rolled by, snd thst good fellowship it now prevailing everywhere, snd thst tvery bosom throbs responsive to tht gentle coo of the dove, snd tbst everybody it westing white wings, snd thst there won't be sny more tcrspt, snd thst everybody is kiating snd making up; it means that, don't it!" "Kiaetly," responded ths editor, plested to ditcover so comprehensive s knowledge from such sn untutpected quarter. "I thought to," said ths visitor, rising. "I'll go back home uad tell my wife about it. When I left there an hour ago I don't believe she knew It had happened. And the visitor went out before the editor had time to extend hia sympathy. Washington, Star. disease. There cure. Is a common sense AVERS ." PILLS They dally insure an essy and natural movement of the bowels. You will flndthattbe use of Tk United State m. Power for Good. A distingulahed historian writes, while referring to this nation's advent as a cola onizing power, that we represent the political conscience," and that our influence for good over European spherca will be immense. TJiia result was just ss inevitable as is the cure which follows the ute of Hottetter's Stomach Hitters, the great remedy which is found in every home snd drug store throughout the country. It cures indigestion, constipation, overworked kidney snd liver, allays nervousness, and tonea up the whole system. "cen-tury'- q Agere dtvsapariia with the pills will hasten recovery. It cleanses tho blood from all Impurities and Is a great tonic to the nerves. rYffa fJra Doctor. Our Medical Department hat on ot th moat eminent phyitetaiia la tb United Butts. Tall thedoetor joit how yoti aro auffertng. advlc .Tort will wcet- -i th beit medical without east. Artdre-- t, bu. J. C. ATER, MiatS. Lonell, h fH I. I r Tkej Are riaaalaaj la llalld a Mntaal i foreign Insurance companies, recently Caeaarege Work at Loala-llA Indicted and fined heavily In the Barrel Fatal. V Franklin circuit court on the charge of Lot'lsviiXK, Ky., Juno 10. Distillers conspiring UjjtbT to fix Insnraae who are indeDendeot of the Kentucky I rates won ix. the court of appeals Thurs- - Distilleries and Warehouse Co. are dj-- in deeiete reversing the to Vulld - planning; Toit-rtlJ- a. a mutual cooperage Jjmeat of. the eeort fcetow. The foes asIn I Tk wh4 tr. Var-tfaMlMAA a BSBaUs-a-l vaaaav VVaWWaBipi SnOTVVl im uaa4S u .ail rovsty aleaa aggregated over WO, 000, ret lamine, wwe started sfeerUy after In this, the bourbon treat waa formed conto addition ad. Indictments hare found tinues. The price of barrels Is so high been against them In nearly half of that many distillers nave limited their the counties In the slate. The opinion production. This they say is due to f the court was unanimous except the fsct that the combine contracted edge Uuffv. The companies affected for the output of the large cooperage rc all those under the jurlstletlon of concerns and practically controls the he Kentucky and Tennessee board of barrel market In Kentucky and elsewhere. surance underwriters. Insurance A Mob After Htm. en say that had the Judgment of the Middlmboko, Ky., June 10. -- At Rock lower court been affirmed all foreign reinsurance companies would hare with House, Letcher county, John Moore and Chris Craft engaged In a quarrel rawn from the Kentucky field. In the presence of Wllllsm Maggard. raaUk I w Breaker. Maggard took sides with Moore, when KnASxroKT, Ky.t June 17. The re- - Craft pulled a pistol and shot Maggard Mport of State Inspector Lcstsr, who to death. Craft escsped, but was folwas sent by the governor to Knott lowed by a furious mob, and If caught county, shows that a lawless element will probably be lynched, aa excitehas been overrunning the county. A ment la high. band of 300 regulators have terrorised Cealaeker Fonad Oaltl. people. Forty of them the Frankfort, Ky., June IT. In the are under indtetmeat, but can not be convicted beeaM the band la feared. United Ststes court Thursday Thomas The Inspector reeetaaends legislative J. Rudder, of Owen county, was conactios providing for the circuit Judge victed of counterfeiting and sentenced to secure Jurors from distant counties to five years' Imprisonment. Rudder Is ssld to be a member of an organized to try these eases. gang In Owen county. SO sj St..Ijaa. WWk Frakktort. Kt June About lwrls slip of paper about nix iaehM tesg ana am net wwe. nita tae artMUW ner Ht the gainer boar SW I iSia la her baBd, aad reauthe questions sue by one In their numbered order and sequence of thought The flrat question urawn was answered oerore drawing another. The scholar who first answered the question correctly, or more correctly thsn others, kept the slip. So the method proceeded until nil the slips were drawn, eoch scholsr making an effort to have the largest number of slip at the end. The teacher was not obliged to answer a single question herself. She saya that there was the best of feeling throughout, and that the lass waa never before so deeply Inter-eate- d In a review exercise." Overheard In a Cemetery. Along in the season, for tome good res-sopels. Boyle I am strongly opposed to cremabecame nereixarr for the family to Drill on the whole book by chapter, more itinto a city. The little negro girl was tion. I think it is carrying things entirely ss given In the two reviews. After the wanted, for she had much (kill in soothing too far. Covle How so! class reviews, the outline of the book the childish woes of the heir to the estates. then be compelled was derided that mutt accompany nay be put on the blackboard, and the So itexpedition. From she time the entered to"We wouldliving but to urn our not only earn our dead." the proper titles called for from the school the carriage to ride to the railway atation N. Y. World. the In their places. Then drill 'Phebe Ann waa in a state of suppressed ex- and written A Dalnlr Somrarr Datb. "Mi Amy," as the school till every scholar ahall hare ritement. She tit betideand the called her mitreu, with stsring For a refreshing summer bath ute aoft Lhe outline of the Gospel impressed eyes took in sll thst passed without com- water. Make a dozen or more cheese cloth upon his memory. ment bags. Fill them with oat meal, and finely-shave- d SIjAM nZVIKW BT DRAWING BLIPS. When she wss tsken into the train her Ivory Soap, add a little powdered wonderment wai amuiing. She sat gin- - orris root, mix well, and tie up securely. One The Sunday School Times suggests on the cushions, looked out of the bag in a tub full of warm water will make a the two following --aothods of review: Serly and generally seemed uncertain con- delightful, cleansing bath, and "Natural turlcsity aa to what Is 'com- cerning the possibilities of the future. She skin soft and smooth as velvet. render the was silent until the train commenced to ing next' may ni.IZA It. PAHKEH. taken advantage of In move. Then her fear took shape. She saw arousing and hoijlng the interest. the landscape passing rapidly before her and OlaaTnoslnar Her Case. "A teacher in the Woodland Fresby her ryes filled, her lip quivtred and ahe ne If I were rich, dsrling, would you nflled audibly. lerisn Sundsy school ot a!-detp- 4a "What'a the matter, Phebe Annt" atked love me Imore insn you oo: sny more, HenMiss Fredrica L. Ballard, recogu&ed might not love you She her niirtfeti. know would look this In reviewing last quarter's leasfe) "Oh, Mitt Amy," walled the plckanninr. ry, but I day with a degree forward to our wedding of impatience mnA tree a.ffnin' mt? ' "wlifth all item linn in ncr class or young children, that never teems to possess me at present. A seat oa'.he tloor wss the only means Chicago Evening Newt. wrote nearly SO simple questions, eat Dtsilil to niet the bars of the chifd.-C- hine on a a.1 ami it k J If! J 1 rsV at Vsf !gtr IrT Ti 7 .) "Arkansas I Valley I Truth" la sn Illustrated Journal deeriMaa; the ne r r. uaiwjieie Tats s SJaaT t JUsWt'a .J)j tr AUm g.C4sajtoL Ot as iaiMi nUtS. Vark4 Vattryhti Rewc a , ' taw Arkaaaaa AW'S drweBtie. with a iarrisc. aareattlc lauch. "1 hurt sll over snd don't care whether the sun rites or not. But I'm not sey riously ill. I'm jocosely, flippantly snd ill. I'm going through sll the symptoms, but don't mean one of them." Stsr. farci-csllWstn-ingtoo Tsn at at. St US ! a tm 4111 Imj SS.tl StSA iait Corns, Bualons and iagrowtaa; HaBa. All arugfitu ana seoe stores sen iu ia cents. CsnCsii asssTssssWT alTTVn9Vf MaT7l Croft arc' Sure AlauaaLaj WIsaM-fa- ! "Say, you knew Deacon Hardway's boy Hen, who went up to the city to study medicine, didn't you!" "Oh, yes: I knowed Hen well. Whst about him!" "He killed himself day before yeiterday." "You don't say! What waa the matter! Couldn't he git no outiide practice!" Chicago Times-Heral- Ilia Practice. God help me to keep from under the thumb of the mam, who rigidly observes the letter of the law, but who haa no conception of its spirit. Virginia Etchings. Tk Write for free eoov of ' also for Information about , seekers' excursion tickets. addretr Oencral riifinct r Oflle. Atcfclso. Topela A SaaU f RaHwsy, CHICAOO. For stockings snd mittens for the children, dye the wool with Putnam Fadeless Dyes, Kcarlet, Cardinal or Turkey red. Each time you waih them makes them brighter. If one friend's sdvice doesn't suit you, keep on stking your friends until one gives the kind you want. Atchison Globe. TTTTTTT I BEADKRS OF TIII8 PAPER DES1RINO TO BUT ANYTU1NO ADVKHT1SKD IN ITS CXJLUMII8, BUOUU) INSIST UPON IIAV1NQ WHAT TUET ASK FOU. IIKFU81NQ ALL BUBSTITUTK3 0B IMITATIONS. law-abidi- Ike larrer Caaaae4. Lascartko, Ky., June 1A. Citizens of thts county are enthusiastic, over the fact that a corps of engineers began at Burgln Wednesday and will make a general survey of the proposed (Southern railroad extension from Burgln to Mlddlesboro, touching thts point. Ky., June 10. The war Is still raging in Harlan county. There has been no more murders but every one goes armed. The feudists keep their actions concealed and have warned newspaper men to MiDDLr.sBono, Lee-Tayl- or Ike Laa-Tai- le War. keep away. Aecld-atal- lr Killed. OwcKsnono, Ky June 17. Roscoe Nantz, son of Curtis Nantz, of this county, while playing near his home, pulled a lumber pile over upon himself afia was killed. Tebacca Haas Hodge's tobacco house Baraed. 17. Hehpkmon, Ky., June kins county, burned at 145,000; insurance, 135,000. at Nebo, noon. Thomas Hop- Loss, liams and his troops left for Harbours-vllle- , having In custody AL Dee, Wiley and Jim Baker, who will be Jailed at Barboursville. The body of Tom Baker was taken to the old amity burying ground at Crane Creek for Interment A Lars Calf. Ow EMTOir, Ky., June 14. 500 pounds. Is five Tke Traape Leave far Barbearsvtlle. Manchester, Ky June IS. Col Wil- torical contest at Central university Tuesday night Subject, "States and Statesmen." rarekased m UlalllUrr. II. 0. Haynes, Paris, June IS. former manager of the I'arls DUtllltng Co., and John 11. Trimdle, of Paris, have purchased the Buffalo Springs distillery at Stamping Ground, Scott county, ha a calf one day old feet eight Inches In leBgtb, and two feel eight Inches high, (be largest Terkmotr (n tbU CQVPUt. J. W. that weighs Mai-for- d snd contact. Every man that will not allow God to regenerate him becoming degenerate. Tle Natlr Old Uentlemaa. A soldier In Manila, who was ordered to the hospital at Corregldor, was on tho beach one morning when he saw a particularly natty old gentleman carrying a cane coming toward hi a. The stranger was curious about the hospital and about the fighting with the FiliBab Drewaed la i Tab of Water. pinos. For two hours they talked nad 15. The Versailles, Ky., June the old gentleman concluded by drawdaughter of Mr. and Mrs. ing a map on the sand of the bays and Joseph Foe Tuesday fell In a tub of Inlets about Manila and the position of water and drowned. Last March the fleet It was only after the parting babe of tht tamo family did that the soldier learned that he had been talking with Admiral Dewey. frv polkoplnr. ld tr A BIOOrtAPHT. Once, while I lived In the City of Destruction, which Bunyan describes, thero came to me John lirlfl, who troubled me grestly because he 10:8-1At first I 11:10, becsuse I 20:9. Then tame voices saying 11:27; 12:3J, 48; 17:17. Then I Joined the noble band described in Acts 17:11. Here I saw a vision of 14:2 and Rev. 21, and found there not only Rev. 22:1-but John 14:27, and 13:11, and 13:12, end 13:13. And my soul longed for these things. Then I said: Where Is the path? And a voice answered 14:01, and I said: Who shall guide me? And the voice said 16:13. Then I said: I am not fit Harder fentear Affirmed. to go there. And the Tolce said 3:3, and Frankfort, Ky., June 18. The sentence of Alex. Fence, of Madi- 3:3, and 13:3. And I said: What do son county, wss affirmed Wednesday they do there? And the voice said, by the court of appeals. He killed 13:14,13; 14:13; 15:12; 17:18,21. And James Smith, whom he thought was I sold: Lord, how shall I do these things? too Imtlmste with his wife, who wai Then thoAnd the Tolce replied 15:4, 7. voice asked me 21:18 (f. c), 10 years old. Fence being 00. snd I replied 20:23 and 21:18 (m.'c). ' Keatackj BaaltaU. nam's Harm Bleat.' Mt. Stermno, Ky., June 10. The The fairest Joys bloom where the bitannual meeting of the General Assoc- terest tears liuvo fallen. iation of Kentucky Baptists began here Even in privtto we are overheard by Thursday. The Baptist churches are God. entitled to a representation of 2,100 Carmel faith leads to Cnrmel victory. delegates. It does not change the truth to look at It with colored glasaes. Parage Verdict ABUmed. Frankfort, Ky., June 13. The court The man cannot help being an opof appeals Tuesday affirmed a Judg- timist who is looking to God all the time. ment against the U N. Rsltrosd Co., is you are which gives 113,000 damages to Miss In It the goodness fill your looking for others, that will own life. Christine McKwan, of Frankfort Instead of loving only those who love us we are to lore also the unloving TT. J. Vlaarl Was. nd the unlovable. Riciimokd, Ky., June IS. W. J. To help our fellow-me- n requires tact of Versailles won the Junior oraar Pito's Cure Is a wonderful Cough mediIt should he remembered to the everlast- cine. Mrs. W. Fickert, Vsn Sirlen snd ing credit of the men that when a woman Ulake Aves., Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. SB, 'M. becomes famous, no men clsim that they were once engaged to her. Atchison Globe. Some people demand that the world cot only be patient with Aheir foolishness, but Figures may not lit, bnt estimatei are that it applaud. Atehfjon Globe. often mislesding. Chicago Daily News. Whiskmrs Oymtt y -" M THE MARKETS. ClNCIMKATI, Hall's Catarrh Care Is a Constitutional Cure. Frice, 75c. tsucKingnam's m Prle M cents 6f all drasai'ts or R.P.Hall A Co. Naahtu. N. H. A. N. K.- -E n naimrtH mtmanmy i i u. m m - at n LIVK STOCK-Ctt- llj. Sele tbuirhers rAI.VKS-Kalrtlsoudlle- common! iW , (00 Jiint HOd- - l.li'hl hipp-- r SHKKI'-Cnol- ee I.AMIIS..prin Kr.OtTlt-.Inter tulent S red NSr-- l ( ..rn-Jmljeil r. No. M zed porker oarp im bttrj IU (ITS SO) f0 ISO ftlU tI a 7J to u TJ t. O U 17. Some smart men are fools for revenue only. Chicago Daily News. 1760 Ill 1 ! ul ' 1)1(1 UW dt t Ol tt i WKITl.VU TU AU VKKTISCIUI When a river has s run on its banka it HHKJi atata that jraa saw ta AdTartiaa-tae- at pleas floatt a lot of stock. L. A. W. Bulletin. la thli papers JUUMstiUlisliiluM O.Hm- -N e- HAY ntoVl-lO.- Prim- - to Choice klrr N i t ?5 TJ Sf M S n, M 2 11 00 I.ixl MrMl'ork Oil utOiM, O 4 INGMESTER Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells. " Leader" loaded with Smokeless powder and " New Rival" loaded with Black powder. Superior to all other brands for UNIFORMITY, RELIABILITY AND STRONG SHOOTING QUALITIES. Wfnchester Shells are for sale by all dealers. Insist upon having them when you buy and you will get the best. Vi'iVrVtVtm'sVfViVtVimWtViYiWtWimW! lIUiTKlt-Choicedi- Prime to choice creamer-.- .. e APPI.K-.-rholcto fuller rOJAlOCS-Xe- w, but.. CHICAOa pr), 4 f0 W it II tilt)o U I FUHJIt-Wln- trrt UIIAIN COltS OAi Whest-Nixired- ..... stent prlng N ' 3 Chicago No. S LAUU-str- I'liIlK Nj. i.,A.... : Mes NKW YOIIK. 15 O t?H s 3H M W!j 8 10 ki 8 SO Il 9175 H'i'ft Wi n S t Q U 4 un IM UK.H J 64 Kl.OUn-Wln- ter VIIKAT-No.:r- e.l COKN-NaJm- tltil patent 0) MX 4V, (UH W KYK- - OATS-.MUe- d I'OHK.-Nr- w I..l(U-Wtcr- o men 1IAX.TIMOHK. t Kit-na- rt 17 No. J red 7J Southern S Corn -- Mixed .0 O.iu- - No. J while ltve--N- r. z western it 4 OT O CAV1U K.rat quality... IPO MOO 9 Western INDIANAPOLIS. O OltAIN- - Whent- - No. S red Corn-N- o. O.U-N- o. KLOUn-Wln- ler I'lOUII-Kum- llr UHAIN-Wlie- nt. a SI tfK ftm & IN (3'0 8 H a I9i KVi tito W ttlU 71 H I ruiird.... mlicd Tl XS LOUIHVILLK. U1IA1N -- Wheat-No.: torn-Mlicd- ii I IS W 4 00 8APOLIO LIKE A GOOD TEMPER, v "SHEDS A BRIGHTNESS EVERYWHERE." USs DIgesUoa, red ou--Mli- cd POIIIC -- LA1ID-Sl- am Me. tt ny, ar rjow tt ft C Tt t fogiiites Iha t. Bowl, eethinA TrTTMUii ITT" V wuim mwk T"T-T Mates Teething Euy. TEETH1KA Ktlletee tk Bowel Troubles of Cilldrea of Anj Aa. Co4ta Only BS Cants. A Tyut Urusfttt (orsV COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE ropy tor on (or Pearsons' New Pledge Everybody Is Interested In Dr. D K. Pearsons, tho great friend of edu cation who is doing so much for tho young people of this region. He was lwrn in tho mountains of Vermont in Edited SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE HOME. Ij Mm. thli Ptptrtmtnt mutt rtitch preceding Bturdr dt of lue, Uie edi- Clay County. Oglo. Sunday-schoo- THE SCHOOL. In THE FARM. EdiUd Owsley County. Owsley County in situated In the Southeastern part of Kentucky, among the foothills of tho Cumber louJ Mountains. The south fork of the Kentucky River flows through the center of tho county, giving an opportunity for the transportation of timber, mineral and agricultural products, to other markets in other parts of the county. Fanning, mining and logging are the chief occupations of tho people. are carTobacco and stock-raisin- g ried on to some oitent with good success, vegetables of many different sort are raised extensively in all parts of tho county and stored away in cellar for winter use, there being no ready market for them, oxcept a few which are freighted to neighboring towns, and generally traded for groceries or dry goods. There has been in the schools of Owsley a slow but substantial improv-men- t for eovoral years as is proven by the interest manifested by all classes of people. This is true in a marked degree of Owsley's teachers, who are as a body, wide awake, intelligent men and women, who utilize every opportunity to better fit themsolves for their work. The people of this and Jaokson County have shown their appreciation of two of these teachers by electing them as County Superintendents. Kath Iterr K. Tftthtr l has been progress Coltfrc. Killlfd tr Mm. Kim Nornul Dfptrtm.nl, Ifert Cotlrire, II Yoovx, Prtn ot the hj 8, O. lurt, Mi, II- ITorYMir of llorllcul " ft Collfxe, 1H20, and became interested in Chris tian education through acquaintance with Mary Lyon When ho had by great business sa gacity made his fortune he selocted few colleges through which he might help young people to an edu cation. In t he South ho selected Borea whicn he visited in '96, and made his first Ammlo. pledge. "When Berea will raise 1150, John Roark, son of Timothy Roark, 000 for endowment, I will add 150,000. fell out of a mulberry tree last Mon- I make this gift to all humanity, and day and broke an arm. He fell especially to the loyal people of theee about twenty feet and was so badly mountains. This money has now been raised, hurt that he may die. Mrs. Ella Burton of Crane Creek and when it brings in interest the Col has been very sick all last winter and lege will have some sure income. I Ho now writes (April '99) that he is spring but is a littlo better now Mr. Frank Spurlock and Miss So- -' so woll pleated with what Berea is dophia Mc Collum are to bo married! ing that he tcill do the same thing South Fork. again ! tomorrow. The results of tho examination held In this way Berea will be made able III- .1 nouutmuo, ij.oj lO oiwl Oft , f.. . to carry out its great plans for helpai 11 Clay County FeUa. ing all young people toward an edubeen announced and the applicants are luumug iui dwiuwwi The letters from London and cation. The weather is very pleasant for Frankfort about the Clav Co. Feud. He is not willing to help any except harvesting. which are printed on the third page those who help thomselvea. Again Corn crops that seemed to be so far I of this paper, need some correction and again he says, "Every student and explanation, and we add here a must pay something he must show behind are coming up to time that he values an education. It does Wheat crops are not so good as they brief account of this sad affair bo good to furnish a free lunch." were last harvest. There will soon be a million young It was hoped that the Howard-Ba- k While Mrs. Rebecca J. McPherson er feud in Clay County was ended but men aud young women who will be was here visiting her sister, her horso the recent term of circuit court at happier and more useful because of died. Judge what Dr. Pearsons has done. Manchester reopened it Mr. Mark Garrotte, who brought a Eversole petitioned Governor Bradley Dr. Pearsons always select for pretty little woman into his home last for a militia guard, and a hundred himself the colleges which he will week, surprised not only his home men under Col. Wilson together with help, and it is usoless for others to ap-- 1 folks, but a majority of the girls who a Gatliag gua were seat to Manches- ply. Whea the news of what he were looking forward to the day waea ter Wedaeaday. June 7. The next dose for Berea aJ ksred an amy of 1 lire hi Uua tattle be oa I far' prasids was eoarsaed a Bak horm Jim. his bob. who were takes to Maa Not They where they bare bees fulfilling thai cheater for trial, was begun. commandment, "get wiadosa, get ware charged with waylaying the Hounderstanding," and then you may go ward party on Crane Creek April '98 Jackson County Helps. to church and home with the preacher. and killing Burch Storrs and Wilson Congratulations are good, but such Quite a number of people here are Howard and wounding "Bar How- letters as this are better. Mr. Truett planning to go to the commencement ard. of Maulden, now in the regular army at Berea College the 21st. May they Arguments were presented to the in Cuba, will be remembered by his have a joyful visit, as it is the first court on the motion for a change of many Jackson County friends'. We day of college life for quite a number venue. Saturday the motion was copy from a letter which President of them. granted, whereupon court adjourned. Frost received from him last week: Conkllng. Tom Baker was out on bail ami left Battirt "I," 2nd Artillebt, with the boy Jim to There are a few cases of malaria the court-hous- e Havana, Cuba, June 11, 1699. Ard no to his tent in the court-hous- e in this section of the country. Wm. G. Frost, Berea, Ky. Mr. wi in Whnnt. prons are verr Rood this He reached it and stood just Dear Friend: flaps of the tent talking to the year and are ready for harvest. Having heard of your wonderful wife when a bullet struck him killt The weather is very favorable for him instantly. The smoke issuing success in securing the one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in accordfarming; with plenty of ram and aun from a window of Sheriff "Bev" ance with tho pledge of Mr. Poarsons shine. White's house across the road showed Owsly is coming to the front with that the bullet was fired from there. of Chicago, and hearingof his making good roads as there has been one sur- Investigation revealed a Winchester another pled go of fifty thousand on veyed up Doe Creek, which will be barrel still warm but the man who the same terms, I will say that I will promise to pay to Berea the sum of completed this fall. had used it had escaped through the hundred dollars (5100) on the Ramey conducted the ser window. No arrests have been made one Rev. Mr. same terms as the first pledge. vices at the White Oak schoolhouse up to date. P'v't Robert F. Troett. Sunday. There was a good turnout Judtre Eversole has been, called a- of people from different localities and way by the illness of his mother but all seemed to have enjoyed the ser- his substitute, Judge Cook, has admon I journed court. The case is transfer Folks used To tell mo scarey tales Mr. T.J. Flanery started for Berea, red to Barbourville. iiotu sides are 'Bout seein' ghosts at night, the 19th inst. and, after attending the heavily armed in large numbers and Things that would utter awful wails Commencement "exercises on the 21, more trouble is feared. An' go d reused up in white. ha will return with his two sons and The war In Clay county is a No 'N' when the creepin' ovenin' shade daughter who havo attonded school tragedy greatly to be deplored. Wuz deepened into black, one can deprecate it more than do there the past year. I've listened 'till those stories made the majority of the people 01 that Cold chills run up my back. county. It is by no means just to Tyner. charge it as acrimo upon the peaceful Once, when I'd been a doin' wrong 'N' sinnin with my might, g Ftp Tfnliinsnn started last week for honest, people who hapCounty to visit his friends pen to live in the region where these As I wuz whistlin' right along Madison and relatives who are scattered along deeds are perpetrated. Let us rather The road for home at night, join hands with them in bringing I had to pass a holler the border of the "Blue Grass." That was haunted, so folks said, our peoplo are prepar- about a condition of things which A number of ing for a pleasant trip to Berea to at will make such deeds impossible. Let 'N somothin' seemed to toiler tend the Commencement of Berea the thoughts of our young people be Everywhere that I would tread, PnlWn., which promises to be an turned to other subjects than "honor" I aaw a thing before me . wv orevenge, revolvers,end passion. Let A lookin s'.Ango 'n' white ; evenl of great interest. them become interested in education, An awful fear crop' o'er mo Mr. Isaac II. Bowman and son have and religion. 'N' I most died outright hiun for sometime iu the lower end industry, music, I wuz so weak V so afraid, county engaged in hauling of the We aim to make the news front surI could but wildly stare, lumber over Big Hill to the Ken rounding counties a special feature of 'Till my imagination made Central Railroad. Vio.T The Citizen, hoping to fill this page A mighty demon there I TVir rv Rorain" is the motto of with County correspondence. -- a College news this It glared so fiercely o'er mo I four boys who are going for the sec unusual amount of it impossible to give It looked I know not how-T- hen mid lime to the examination at Mc week bus made to this department as as much space calmly out before me KVw. others have ioined them and we would like to use, but we expect Walked a neighbor's old, whjte cow. a long list. there is In the future to devote this page, In Mr. Bl. J. Anderson, a hustling great measure, to neighborhood news Whenfolksdo wrong ol' Nick jis' peeps from outside of Berea. 'Round rooks, 'n' trees 'n' posts ; sowing machine agent has lately been It is evident to all that the newsy among us, visiting relatives, una talk-ini- f paper is tho paper which will bo read, A guilt conscience alius keeps A feller seein' ghosts. Ho is a brother of machines. ai ik. iirant 41.A liuws f rnn nvflrff Marion Habolu Friderick, neighborhood uear here. Wm. Anderson, the assessor. i Rev. air-nn- e, -, ing nicely here. Elijah Lewis and Miss Liaenboe wore married recently. Crons are promising but farmers are behind with their work on account of tho frequent rains. Wm. Means, one of our merchants. has moved his stand down toward the mouth of Otter Creek. The troublo at Manchester does not affect this part of the county, ex cept in the way of causing- - excited gossip. Ed Frederick was at Manchester serving on the grand jury. lie reports that most of the important work of the grand jury was completed be fore the court was Adjourned on ac count of unexpected trouble. Wm. Swafford. our postmaster, is still selling goods at the old stand. and He has a thousand-sho- t must bo intending to compete with the gatling-gun- . The Sploo of Life. An old army song begins "Beans for breakfast When peoplo go into partnership Beans for dinner Beans for supper Beans, beans, boans." After such a diet three times a day and throe hundred and sixty five days in tho yoar, the appetite fails ariety in cooking renders palatable the most common food. Did you ever stop to think that there are over twen ty difforent ways In which potatoes may be prepared and be appetizing? Eggs are eggs so long as they are boiled and fried, but a perfect omolet an may be called Dreams however are good and bad. The secret of a perfect omelet Is to never use more than six for each omelet. Separate the egg and boat briskly with a fork or wire spoon, never with an egg beater. Tho yolks should be beaten until foamy. Then add ono tableepoonful of milk for each egg. Beat tho whites until they will stand alone. Fold the whites into tho yellow adding salt to taste, pour into a skillet in which a tablespoon of butter is melted but not brown. Cook until the bottom is browned, which can be ascertained by lifting the edge with a Turn one half of tho omelet over tho other half. Serve upon a hot platter at once. egg-dreacake-turne- Useful Hints. Melted butter will not make good cake. 2. A pinch of salt added to the whites of eggs will expedite the Inviting. 3. Nutmegs should bo grated at the blossom eud first. 4. The juice of an onion can be ex tracted by cutting the onion across the grain and grating it. This gives a much more delicate flavor to soups and salads thaa the chopped onion. 6. The disagreeable ndor of boil ing cabbage or onione can be avoided by boiling a smr.Ii quantity of vin egar in a cup 6V Cutting warm bread or cake m&kes it bad. If it must be cut, heat thoroughly before cutting. , 7. A Bpoonful of vinegar added to ater in which tough meat or fowls 1. ; lir The I had8 9. Good management is better than a large Income. Here are a few health rules. They are credited to a celebrated French physician who says that by observing them a person may be perfectly strong, healthy, and beautiful, and will live to a great age. This may be an exaggeration, but they will not harm anyone who follows them. "Don't drink tea or coffee. "Drink pure water. "Eat plenty of fruit." How much more is a good animal worth than a poor ono t responsibility. Well, of course that depends. It is now near the time when all There are man? kinds of animals over our hills and valleys work Is to raised on the fane, and a colt Is worth begin in tho school-houseParents more than a calf and a calf more than and teachers'are partners in this busi- a pig or a Iamb. Dut is not a s ness aiming to make good mon and colt or calf worth much more women by a process called education. than a scrub, worth more to keep and Now if this work is to succeed, par worth more to soli f There Is but one ents must do some definite things. answer to that question and no ono First. Soo that the schools begin will try to argue for the other side. earlier in the season. Beginning late Moat mon, whon they have a choice in Juno or oarly In July gives a chance between a good article and a poor one to have five months of school before at the aamo prico will take tho beat ; the woather gets so bad and the wa- but if the price Is just a little higher ters so high that more than half of the for the bettor article, though It may be children are forced to stay at home. worth ever so much more, how many Second. See that your children are men do we find who will pty the dif there on time the first day and overy ferenco and take the beat T Too many day of the term. Let nothing but se- will take that which sotms the cheaprious siokness keep them out of school est at the time, though In the loaf while their class mates go on learning run it Is sure to prove the dearest. things that they must do without unNow how does this apply to the less the toacher takes extra timo to farmer who has a calf to raise t The help them. milk that the calf will take, the grass The teachers are seeing more clear- - ho eats, tho fodder and corn it Uk . ly every year that they must have to wjnter Mm will be about the um. special training for their great work. for tho poor, scrub calf aa for the high matthoy must rean new boons and gr.de. Alout tho only difference will papers and all tho while think about w ju tie of a gjrof tfood buij the beet ways to teach your children. at,d fintt rato breeding. "The male is Of course the teacher's first duty half tho herd", is an old and well prov-whe- n school open Is to put each pu- -' Raying among stock breeders, and pil into the classes where he can get w1(tn eXpsndl little it means about the most good. The Stale Course of ,,., . starting with the common stock study for ungraded schools will be a 0f nmH j,, anT neighborhood, the pur great help aa a guide. But one must ( ciaso of a good bull of any standard knoweach child aud what he can do, )rWKj Iuwin, s crop f half blood aud that is not always seen at once. C,TM for thi- - added expense. Now It sometimes happens that tho book , wit tjU a tMUr comet in who is buy-i- n which a pupil hat been reading bunch of steers to drive up so hard that he cannot possibly un-- , d0wn into the Blue Grass to feed, and derstand the words and so cannot see how much better a price ha will possibly learn as he would if the book pay for those steers than were suited to him. If the teacher for tho scrubs ho finds in tho sees some better thing to do than to next valloy. More thin that, if the use that particular book for a while, good beginning Is followed up, the be sure that he is doing it for the real heifers of that crop will good of the child and not because he soon take the places of the old cows wants to "put him back." A good and then a generation of three-quartteacher is just as anxious to have the bred calves is the reault, and now you havo something worth looking at. children get on in their work aa any The farmer with that grade of stock be. parent can for salo never has to hunt the market. It is true that teachers do not know The buyers have such stock looked everything, but they can do more with apu uargaineu tor oeiore 11 la ready move, wntie me owner 01 the what they do know if parents encour- stock is hunting a buyer to take age them to use their best judgment. anlmftln lit hU own nrb ' urn 1 1 a iruo 01 bvtbou eaiuo is irae If teachers get acquainted with pait rents and they all consult and help of horses. I know of a county la a each other, the work la each district western state where a few years ago the horses were nearly all small in ause will go on in a way very different from and often of poor quality. A few what we see when everybody finds wide awake mon saw that there must bo a irrcat demand for heavy draft fault with everybody else Ilia ..mo. DOttM lOr lOO CIIV Dlftrk6l4 SOU tMfflQ Wn .retail .iWnr thingand you will rejoice together inj your work as you see your boys t,at handsome young draft horses ing wiser and more manly, your girls were-beinraited in that county, j buyers flocked In and took them out morn earnest and womanly. Let your school begin early, watch b7 cr;J?d, "d thousands of dollars of added to the farmers it, visit it, encourago it, and suocets h accounts. I tO yOU all. lOmetnJnl nert ml. first-clas- it is Important that eaoh should know his own work and understand his own Better Stock. isg half-bree- half-bloo- d . 5) 7 hdj I SfttSlSn ttrrxu Chilli PrloeOo.! luinlno Irt I g nn, ff Uj r-.- N. v. IfU. All lure. Vic. ft years Seein' Ghosts. Ihcavy nensca Id was took h pliy. it and Beelog Jackson County. LAOICI' HALL A VIEW ACROSS CHAPCL LINCOLN HALL OUR CAMPUS-BER- EA HAS 14 BUILOINQS. BEREA COLLEGE For those siiiilclently advanced to got a teacher's certificate HI. Farming and Agriculture lass Over 20 teachers, 70O students (from 20 states). 10,000 boeka In the Library. For those MOT sufficiently advuueed to get a teacher's certificate: I. Trade Schools : Carpentry, Housework, Printing two years. II. Model Schools, preparing for Normal aud the advanced courses. : 1 :'' r For those more advanced : VII. Collego Courses Classical, Philosophical, and Literary. Adjunct Departments : VIII. Music IX. two years. IV. Doraestio Science Sewing, Cooking, etc. two years. V. Normal Course for teachors throe years, with practice teaching. VI. Academy Course four years, fitting for College, for businem aud for life. . , ISTLE.-- ! .. Rood Organ, Choral (free), Vocal, Piano, Theory. Btrea General Hospital Two yeare' course lu tho care of the'tfick.' g Institution. Its instruction is a Berea places the best education in reach of all. It is not ri money-makinfree gift. It aims to help those who valuo education and will help themselves, and charges a small incidental foe to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction. Students must also pay for their Board. Expenses (or torn. (12 weeks) may bo brought within $21, about half of which must be paid in advance. Tho school is endorsed by Baptists, Congregationalitts, Disciples, Methodists, Presbyterians, and good puople i f ,all denominations. There are ho suloous In Heron. For informationor frltnaly advice address the Vi- a- President, GEO. T. FAIU01IILD, LL. I IJoreu, Ky. I3.-WIN- FALL TERM OPENS SEP. TER TERM DEC. 13, 1889 j