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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rJAMBS An Independcai Weekly Rntrrtit Editor nl Ike ctaii MRACERTH E CI r rIZEN THE HALF HOME Dovoted Interests PRICE FARM UNTIL to of the JUNE SCHOOL 4 yIO IV A Family Pallor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 28 1903 One dollar a rear NO 99 I IiIDEAS an tlioso who never work Much labor in unsown BO that tusks It iiHiially iMMm fnflior than they lint Tim bwit time to help JlHoplu gener I lnil whet they wish to ho helped To eoiniiiniiil oat s the Ilrst Htttp towards rommaniiiog out ties tiny j TAKE NOTIC- ECoiiiiiuinceiiiciit anil Iliiine NPIIII lulr luim Ktimmnlwr that Graduates Sundny in in ninny ways the greatest day in the year and true sermon by Mr Vnu Horn next Suudiiy inoriiiiii will Im One In do iitt nil good I Only six duN more See piige- fi Iollllllll TIH Fiftieth AnniverHary of Ho ma church town and College will IH reehratt in Iliu Ttdwrnaclo noxt Sunday evening at 2tO with itddrefcM by Irnfewtor HOKIrHiImportant to Milmcrilinrs Hl B IIIIKO n coliiinu TliH exprclHivi in connection with Decoration day on Snttmlay will be gin at 100 n in nt tilt Tabernacle lion A K W ill of Ixtnisville will deliver the priucipnl address Kino program of funeral exercises at- C p in- FROM THE WIDE WORLD A MiHond Boor colony iHlolweNtah lishtttl in Mexico Turk burmd a village in Mace donin and deHtroyed I CO live Wont en sad girls nun outraged and rate stand Paul thou t Max OIMItliltl this I wtek in Pnrit from the effect of an nHTHtii n performed last year for ap xnidrili lu an automobile race in France six pornoun weni killed threw fatally and 411m seriously injured It in thought automobile raring will hereafter IM prohibited in Franco Cuba has celebrated the first an nirereary of Cuban lndeKtideuce The years progress has Iwxm remarkable The surplus Linn increased from sMO000 to J2OW000 The death rate has dccreafted more than 8 per cent The capacity of the Cu Imim for self government hat gout lit jond the exHxlntiotm of the world IN OUR OWN COUNTRY 1Lost Saturday Irrn lloosveltH q journey was half over when he reached Seattle Washington Mark Twain the humoriHt his wife and two daughters are ill nt their home on till Hudson Twp million dollars of buried lrean lire k alleged to hnvo lawn found iu Wwtvrn Oklahoma Cloudbursts in Oklahoma laws ran detest hundreds homelpnH and result wl in property damage aggregating over TuwltXM- lThe Itureaii of Ordinance of the War department has decided on the 1M inch rillu to be used for service aH it in morn accurate easier handled and will ho nerved to infantry cavalry ar lillery and marines The Springfield armory will at onco login to mauu fuel ore the now weapon Three thousand muii employed in nine tannerieH in Milwaukee Win went on n strike Monday Thn anniversary of the birth of Ralph Waldo Emerson the great American essayist was observed ill many cities on Monday- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Infantry troops from Frankfort Lexington and Sholbrville and forty membera of tho Louisville artillery hatt llioll have beet ordered to Jackson Urealhitt county in connection with Marcuin murder ease Oov Mookham will be called on to appoint a special judge to try Caleb Powers the Court of Appeals having sustained the motion that Judge Can trill vacate the bench The special grand jury at Jackson Hreathitt county on Monday indicted t Curtis Jelt sad Thomas White harg ml with the assassination of J B Marcuin Tie Louisville Baptist Orphans Home nt First and St Catherine Sta Louisville is the main beneficiary un dHr the will of Capt W F Norton HomeV700000 only NV duyfl more Nee page 5 col n in 3 n u FIELD DAY This Great Event of the Year for Berea passes off in Fine Style Norman Williams wins medal for most points taking six firsts Howard Hall boys win mile relay raceBerea takes tennis match from Georgetown Suffern makes fas time on the dashes By nine oclock on last Thurmlay morning a large crowd had assembled at the fair grounds to witness track and field events of Heron College Though no phenoniinal records were made yet the occasion must ho voted a decided success The need for long and faithful training often shown iu every walk of life was again force ably emphasized by Thursdays re stilts JtJurthOHO who took part had trained carefully enough to do their very mHtltnd those who had given most attention to their training in most cases were easy winners while those who had trained little made a poor showing Norman Williams proved himself quite an athlete taking first in each of the six events he entered which gave him iO oints and the medal P O Dt rthick won the mile run for the second year in succession The event which perhaps attracted the moet interest was tile mile relay run between Spencer CaolieUi Green and Ooius for toward Hall Hoda picket tears composed ol Derlhick Errant Hatch and Leahy Dertbick bunt Spencer on the first quartet Krnst increased this lead on Canfield for the second quarter Green for Howard Hall made good gains on Hatch in the third quarter and Goius passed Leahy in the fourth quarter winning for Howard Hall by in splendid lead Suffern our fastest runner kept up his reputation by waking the M and 100 yard dashes in the same tithe as that made by Yale and Harvard in their great annual athletic meet last Saturday lie was but one firth of a second slower on thin 20 yard dish The tennis match with Georgetown College was a decided success especi ally as Berea camo off winners By preliminary matches Young and Frost were selected to represent Berea Bradley and lUcks represented Georgetown The winners of three sots out of five won the match KENTUCKS SILVERJONOUED ORATOR Kentukcys silver tongued orator Col Goo W Bain whose voice is never raised except iu behalf of that which is pure and true and who is more widely known than almost any other son of Kentucky to day is to give the address before the Literary Societies on Tuesday night June 2 His subject isliThe Safe Side of Life for Young Men Col Bain will also be present on the morning of Commencement Day and doubtless be called on to speak from the platform Col Bain is constantly in demand in all parts of the United States He has spoken at Chautauqua a dozen times at Ocean Grove N J thirty sixtimea at Moundville W Va twen ty times at Chickering Hall New Obiolsixa and In hundreds of IIacisco c The summary of uvsnts- 50yd dash handicap fi yds Suf fern scratch Canfield iirst Leahy second SunVn third SunernH time 2 f seconds 100yd dash handicap 12 yds Stiffen scratch Caufield first Black second Suffern third Sn hems time 10 15 seconds 220yd dash handicap 15 yds SufTern scratch Gobs first Canfield second Green third Sulferna time 22 15 seconds Mile relay won by Howard Hall team Time 4 minutes 12 seconds Mile run Derthick first Black second Damon third Tints fi min 4 seconds Rifle Match Treadway first A Hunt second Ross third Score thirteen sixteenths inches Shot put Bristol Taylor first LeahysecoutilVillinms third Dill tance 2l feet High kick Leahy first Kise second Height 7 ft 2 iu Baseball throw Williams first Taylor second Ernst third Distance 2JU feet Polo vault Carr first Maltby second Williamson third Height 8 ft 2 in- Standing broad jump Williams first Canfield second Taylor third Distance 9 f1101 inches Running broad jump Williams first Canfield second Taylor third Distance 17 ft 7 in Running hopstep and jump Wil llama flretj Williamson second Tay lor third Distance 10 ft 9 in Standing hopstep and jump Wil liams first Taylor second Distance- to ft Running high jump Williams first Williamson second Height 5 ft ft inches TenJis match First set won by Be rea games 62 second set won by Georgetown games 7fi third anti fourth sets won by Berea games ti 11Rnd Ii 2 respectively uuuFUN AND FACTS What the hardest key to turn t A tonkey treat Inlrrril lrnnlre ted lOur readers are following the story of Jim Dumps as told in the Force adon last page with much interest A new verso each week The more you take away the larger it grows what is it t A hole The professional schools of the Uni versity of Chicago aro being rapidly organized At present there are four schools giving instruction in prepara tion for the work of Minister the Phy sician the Lawyer and the Teacher See display ad iu another column Special circulars will be sent on application to the University of Chicago Chicago Illinois Why do hens always layeggs in the daytime At night they are roosters WANTED YOUNG MEN to prepare for Government Positions Fine Openings in all Departments Gad Salaries Rapid Promotion Examinations soon Particulars free- InterState Cor Inst Cedar Rapids la A Iricate Sate I will sell at my house in rear of Baptist church at private sale 1 small cook stove 4 airtight wood heating stoves bicycle Win Lod wickMrs H W Graham Berea Ky wishes to buy 100 Ibs of wool front the black sheep If you are a progressive student or successful uptodate teacher and de sire a you should at once en CooperativeUnion DontiBiNKLFv BAKER Managers Temple Texas Mr Baker is n graduate of Berea College was lor seven years a student here is a native Kentuckian and well known heroEuj THE EYES OFMEN AND WOMEN are similar iu all respects Their condition and requirements when exam ined are generally very different This is caused by difference in work and temperament GLASSES- to suit these conditions and require ments are made and supplied here Tests made skilful opticians with modern scientific instruments put us in possession of information which us to furnish just the right oymlPIIIt T Ae Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky fflONOMENTi Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and MarbU Work of all kinds done iu workmanlike manner at raIsonable prices suit dispatch Allwork guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Coiner ol Malu amt Collln Streets Cu DR M E JONES Dentist 1e Office Over Printing office Office Days Wednesday to end of the weekI GARNET HOTEL Newly Pittwlup Meals Board and Lodging at popular prices 1IIIUK61HichmOlul R G ENGLE Prop OGG CO GROCERIES and DRY GOODS Fruits and Vegetables a Specialty Sole agent for Banner Cream Bread OPPOSITE BURDETTES MILL 1Ii ISTEINIlOCH or KIRSCHMUM A piece of fine hair cloth is worked into the inside of each coat toholdbaudpaddedshouldershero lo fit you perlectly no matter what your build Prices aret1250 1500 and 1100 orlerkindII Covington and Banks t I FOR MEN AND BOYS II II FOR Richmond Kentucky HsIOUTFITTERS J I SUBSCRIBE The Citizen IFIFTY CENTS A YEAR S4rMadisonIdIIIII4I nufcluroller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etci I Our GOLD ihlrdOF MADISON is another Excellent iPRIDE II II14bN4 FlourI IlPotts DuersonIWhites Station Ky i I LN NN N NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNMNNNNNNN NNNNN Ni ITHEODOREI will stand my registered Duroo Jersey Roar at my home in Berea Ky for the spring season of 1903 at 50 cents payable at time of service This boar is a very fine hog duringtheby some of the beet breeders in the county and has served in the herd of J W Herndon YANTEEDn If Its From Joplins Its Good A full line of FUKNITUUE always on hand We invite our Berea friends to make themselves at home at JOILINS when in Richmond CARPETS mid MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY NKV JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky IISpring Dress Goods White Goods Ginghams etc We are adding daily new things in Lawns Allover Embroideries Laces Ribbons etc Ladies are especially invited to call and see them SEE our beautiful line of GupetH Mnttliir nud tugs The largest assortment and best values shown in tho city SEE our line of Trunks Telescopes nod Valises SEE our Men Wouieu and Childrens Shoos at all price and the best you can buy for the moneySEE our Men and Boys Wool Fur and Straw Hats in all the latest shapes at prices to suit all If you want clothes that lit if you want clothes that wear if you want a suit for yourself or boy and want the Best Clothing at the Lowest Price DONT FAIL to inspect our stock before buying Orders taken for tailormade suits and fit guar I anteed Only a look and you will be assured that we can save you money I LACKEY HAMILTON I CORNER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS RICHMOND KY i r THE CITIZEN THE HOME THE SUNSET Low In the west the itttlng sun- Par over hills or blur Within the veil of evening hue linking from our view Dim growl the tight but Inky cloud With tenderneMenfolJ Tliu beauty nt the parting day Invellnps untold Toe iltrrr stars In eastern kl s y Add to tills scene or bllii The world In rapture blushes Dellih The parting golden kin 4 Nil VOIS Some Summer Hints The busy days are upon us and the lIt weather Many people are too busy to be sick and too careless to be well Summer is the time for a re newal of life and vigor but unless Naturesfbe a sickly season In the first place Nature invites us with a thousand voices to come out of doors into the sunshine and fresh air Let your broad open porch or the big shady tree in your yard be your sit ting room Open your doors and windows and invite the air into your houses Sunshine and fresh air are the cheapest and best of medicines and disinfectants Stop several times 1aday to draw in long deep breaths learn to breathe deeply and take this medicine regularly Next drink much waternot at meal time but the first thing in the morning the last thing at night and often between meals The system is clogged with waste matter and needs flushing with water The sweat glands of the skin are demanding wa ter and water must be supplied them Water is needed on the outside as wellas the inside The pores of the skin must be kept open so the body can rid itself of the many impurities carried by the blood In the skin there are millions of these little mouths we call ports and they must not be stopped up with dirt or the health will suffer Water outside and inside hen plenty of it and often The body demands a differnt kind of toot in hot weather from that need ed in cold and Nature gives us broad hints on this subject Summer is the time of fruits and vegetbles The hens lay better the cows give more milk Nature covers our hills with black berry vinos and huckleberry bushes Neither does she forget the strawberry and raspberry Through taste and smell she urges us to partake of the fruits she provides in such abundance herfi for meat and eat of the vegtables and fruit she provides JESSIE LESTER HILL THE FARM 1POSSIBLE PROFITS IN STRAWBERRIES Whit a New York Grower Says The strawberry bed that has been cared for properly costing in the neighborhood of 100 up to the first winter ought to produce on an aver ago 5000 quarts of berries to the acre and these ought to sell at an average price of 10 cents per quart There are people who have claimed to get 20000 quarts to the acre and I have myself raised at the rate of 16000 quarts of Crescents and 13200 quarts of Parker Earle to the acre I think I could do as well with such kinds as Sample Sunshine Glen Mary Ridge way Clyde Barton and several others There are other varieties that will not produce quite as many quarts but being earlier or later will bring as much money There are always off years caused by grubs droughts ex c6ss ely wet weather frosts etc and 5000 quarts to the acre is a good safe average for the average welltended strawberry bed The varieties that are especially adapted for my section are Ridgeway Rough Rider Sun shine Glen Mary Clyde Johnsons Early Seaford and Barton The first thing to do with the straw berry bed in the spring before the fruiting season is to remove the cover ingThis we do by raking lightly into the paths with garden rakes The straw is then carried off the field and placed on the ends of the rows Then a good dressing of commercial fertilizer is scattered by hand right on the row of plants and brushed in bye going over with broom We aim to put on 500 pounds to the aero of fer that analyzes about 830 per pItilizar en six per cent phosphoric available 10 per cent potash Some of the rows are dug close for plants We do not dig up the entire row but dig all the young plants leaving the old or parent plant to bear fruit The reasop we do not dig the old plants up is that no one uh wants them although we consider them as valuable as the young plants If left to fruit they bear a goodcrop of the finest berries because not crowded in the row Of course if the rows are dug for plants we do not get the 5000 quarts to the acre All perennial weeds such as dock dandelion and chlokweed are cut or pulled out duckweed is the baue of the strawberry business when once it gets in and it must be fought relentlessly It is impossible to estimate the east of weeding in the spring because ot the chickweed The weeding of the strawberry bed can be done safely at any time before the fruit is ripe but best results are secured when done at early in the Spring as possible If done late in the season and thu west lr er is dry the plants will be disturbed and much loss of crop will result To lie continue THE SCHOOL EDUCATION A POWER Continued A tabulation of the men prominent in the life of our nation brings out the same facts even more prominently A list of the Presidents members of the Supreme Court Senate House of Represntatires and Governors of the States when studied in this same way emphasizes the fact that a college education gives its possessor an op portunity far and awav in advance of those not so favored The training the discipline the acquaintanceship and the other incidental advantages give the college man an immeasurable advantage WH de not say that every young person should go through college for we know that this is out of the reach of most of them but we do say that it pays every one who can possibly secure this training Dr Smith makes four general statements drawn from his statistics He finds that the uneducated person has only one chance in lf0000 of attaining distinction A common school education will increase his chances nearly four times A high school education will increase his chances twentythree times over the commonschool boy or about ninety times over the uneducated one The college education increases his chances over the highschool boy about nine times over the commonschool boy about 220 times and over the uneducated one more than eight hundred times Such an advantage in the competi tions of life lead us to think of a col ege education as much more titan a luxury It is a power and an advantage an opportunity to be grasped by every one within whose reach it is- Let the opening years of life bo de votedse far as possible to the busi ness of prepanng for the duties and responsibilities that will come THE LOYAL TEMPERANCE LEGION I promise to try my best 1 Never to drink anything that can make me drunk 2 Never to use tobacco or cigarettes 3 Never to use bad words The following are the names of those who signed the above temper ance pledge in Mrs StephensRchool Berea this county Nannie Galloway Bessie Boggs Ernest Sbockley Tams Hatfield Laura Smith Lizzie Moore Leila Hardin Lillic Smith Mary Abney Nora Welch Robert Sharp Leslie Hatfield Nannie Robinson Bernard Lewis Hampton Burns Daisy Williams Charley Robinson Floyd Shockley Maggie Williams Lewis Sharp Stanley Fowler Ethla Hardin Maynard Lewis Fannie Dowden Carrie Burton Nath Mehaffey Lucy Holliday Orris Moore Florence Williams S Richardson Cal Chasteen Maudie Clark Floyd Robinson Elmo McClure Willie Huff Agnes Wesley Beulah Todd Jimmie Ogg Rosa Evans Herbert Todd Elmer Lewis Albert Osborne Ida Morgan Ethel Duncan 3allie Huff Lizzie Gabbard Harold King Bertha Powell Lizzie Moore Martha Muncey Hughie Count Pearl Seals Simon Muncey Tommie Baker Jerry Lainhart A Illlli Early Illier Now and then at bedtime will cure constipation biliousness nod liver troubles DeWitts Little Early Ris era are the famous little pills that cure by arousing the secretions mov ing the bowels gently yet effectually and giving such tone and strength to the glands of the stomach and liver that the cause of the trouble is remov edentirely and if their use is contin ued for a few days there will be no return of the complaint Sold by East End Drug Co r i w i i 4S T 1 tIJ EIders Bargain SIR 4 f Store 14l CARPET DEPARTMENT The most luscious and tempting fruit of the auction rooms are 11crowded into this department That means title department is with the most desirable goods All patterns have Iwen l carefully selected mid are pleasing to the eye Ring up Uliutl 4i let us come and take the measure of your room and brighten it up for OU with a nile i i or Matting If there ill ono stock In our andciift yard Floor 011 Cloth ll c to the per yard Carpets from 10 to Wte In Shoes We Cant Be Beat We have a nice line of Shorts Prices to unit every buyer Ito li who are particular about their footwear will find our new Spring Shoes a delight to the eye and n comfort to the foot handsome models of fashions newest creations JIiStrikingly indescribable air of HinirtnesM that gives the well a particular pride in thu appearance of her foot Ladies fine Shoes 100 to 400 Mens Shoes 100 to 100 In y hauls Shoes lOo to U5c 1 tHamburgs and Laces Day after day people swarm around thiN counter purchasing U the many bargains thereon Low prices are all right if hacked up by beat qualities otherwise titer is no value in their cheapness 11edo not buy goods unless we can sell them lower than all others Wo use every known effort iu this department thatexperience anil money power gives to secure the lest values for the least mon 4i ey We can truly say we have no competition on late and embroid ery tilt proof ill in comparison Try ant convince yourself r tLACE CURTAINS l4 you any 0 that have no curtains If so do not let them go bare any longer when you can buy curtains at alts per are 1m6u per pair for lace curtains a yards long good width in illalaliun of antique lace and striped effe ts woulo becheap at cant appreciate the value of these goods unlew you ib Jet them Come anti let us show you our line from We tot ti8 Nice line of linen shades all colors to select from from ta to Site H including all the fixtures Departmentllf Skirts Gowns Chemises Drawers Corset Covers etc all at very 1II low prices We have a nice linn of Ladies Dress Skirts of the lat est fashion every Skirt was fit ted on a form when madeso we guar antee every one of them to hang well and tit the form JI Colored Parsols If c to 175 Umbrellas ilfa to ti 00 I The Bazar Dress Maker contains over 600 different styles of garments also leave Orwhichsubscription for this marnzine only rc a you iucfldiug- 15e pattern Thl McCall Bazar patt Iyocorrertam10larr none higher These patternH areJ with the greatest confidence as the IJetlt fitting uuost 1111economical of any in the market McCalls patterns are so easily and the directions so plain that the moat in experienced can use them every part is designated by notches and no that timers ill tlo guess working iu putting tilsmn togetherr4 trDont to leave your 1 Resp submitted to the Cash Trade I I oror Tvw vvo Half a cent buys enough SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT for two coats on one square foot of surface 4 4 4 A J1oJ1o OT1 TT T r rrrr T It Will surprise you when you find such good values for such small prices Prices lower than elsewhere and many prices so low as to seem in i credible TALK IS CHEAP Our prices are cheaper than our talk Its fnr YOU to prove it to your own ndvuntrge b eoinpriiig the goods sine by side thats time only test and will emir j4 prise you If YOU dont already know our rfII OIl for knowring this is we liars before purclia5iag article compared it with the lowest quotations obtuinnhle tin ding our regular small profit a profit email that no competitor would ever think 00 we offer it to you otlterj ifinal and beet value obtainable Great labor has been spent to tusks tint Spring Summer line pleasing to every out and time price will speak for themielvM and ronvinre you that they nfl BY FA It cheap r than you can buy them elsewhere Dont lake ollrA ittrotsbecome so familiar with all kinds of goods its to lit able to judge their values accurately much must be left to The store 4fhoPiClothing Department KIOur Spring line of Clothing is complete Correct styles in high fIitrade reliable IJuliti Prices to suit Uwy lelllI stills 11 front t2 liP t are wIll suppliwl with hoflby gaols ofevery kind for little toys big hays and Youth Gall sod Irl oa show you through this department Hoys Suits from 7f c to 75 ilots arw Pants lOu to Uuc JIDidhave miatt l It Is iniK iwible to mnku you realils the vnlum tliii department offers unleM you see the gixxU They are till prices I that seem iuciedible yet HO all powerful in spot cash lint it tllltlt j the seemingly impoiMible Our line in free from out of ditto goods i anti trash so that our cnntomerH may buy with cunfideniv CallJ fIand convince yourself ft CORSETS We carry in stock about 18 different makes of Cornets Among 11 which you will find are all good old standbys such HI the H VG P k N 111111 B Armorside etc All of which you will find to le standanl goods Call suit He them 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PaintJriutlu Highest Qualities You cannot hesitate to decide at once where to buy your paint for time ShorwinWilliams paint ii Best of all Paints SOLD ONLY BY J ILBICKNELL sc IE A RL yl I r r WIF THE CITIZEN JTHE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON IX SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MAY 31 1Tnt of tlir lriion Iliini Till 1M Vrrir 1tiutdrrl fret Hum vlll 11 romiiirntnrr Ire liarril liy Ilex II SI Minima Copyright Amtrlctn Inn xliton t Than Is thrrrfore now no comlem nation to them that are In Clirim Jrnui fur the law of the Spirit of life In fhrUt Jviu inuiln me tree from tlir law of nlii mid of ilruth- We limy ho vrry thnnkfiil tor out ton tram thin KlurloiiH portion of Scrip tort lint wn trust that no tcitfhcr ire bo Illllttllt Wltll till VlPMH nMlKIH1 us n leHNon lint will out only rind tin whole vbnptir MiKgtNtfil lint will study tho wholr chapter Dr UnvM Itruwn Mays In tbls HiirpiiKHliin rhnp ttr tin HovtTiil ntmi mi of tin pitiitl tug rgufl tIt tuoit mill How In otu rlvir of the wuttr of life clour rryvtul pnuTeilliii out of tho thru11- Of iixl and of tbo lninb until It WVIIH to toe Itself In ttic octnn of n bees ful HTiilty Rasa quote them two virsi trove tin II V niul they mutt tbt rlllllllieh nlifw liitloii from win tluiuimtloii of all IxllfVrrx In lirlM 1lu mini of death Ix sin nod tin fctritiKth of sin till Inw but tlmnkH be to orl wbo Klvttb tho vk tur IhruiiKh our Ionl JetuiH wrist I t xr 6 67 That the rlchtrouinrii of the law Wright be fuinilnl in who wrtlk n Lila the tree but kflrr the Hplrlt Tin law of tee In holy niul just nu Kotnl It Is pert ct nil Sod Illliiirlf bts btfuuMo of our hliifuliuKH nod nubility Itokeep It It btroiiif to the uliniir the of coiuliinnutlon ntul of Uvuth iUiittliiuoiir tiioiitlH It we would itattrtupl to pliud nnylhliiK but our gull- and polntliiK to IlirUt wbo Wu lUttilf n Mill otTvrlnn for tin the cud of l the low for rlKbtfoUHiictm to every one that bcllivftb II Cor III 7 v SI Hula III Hi all IS x 4 tin III 21 Coiuliic Mniier buying imtb III it but Rut unU rtivlvtniC Chrlrtt ilK our ill llur Ill s nmile unto us rlKhteuu JiiBn and tbiiH wu urn iicreptnl In Him Ufun Coil not that we imiy lx lit for 1Ills purtcnci only hull that we inny by before men coinmonil t t bud to 111111I Cur 130 Hpb 10 Matt 1y 10 Tit III 8U tbat people renilliiK in uiuy sew Sod t t for tlirjr that are after tilt flesh do mlnJ III tlilnici of the itrali but they Ihll- ar Ir the Hplrlt the thing of th Hplrlt Hut e err not In the flesh but In the Hplrlt It J be that the Hplrlt of OoJ dwell In you Klfuli and uplrlt carnally mlnditl nUll Hplrltuatly inlmleil or tUII III liph Iv IK Col III tbo old titan und i tbe new man ur oilier wny of miylnc uiimviM anti Haritl unrlKhtcou hilt rlKbtcuii Tbe uimuvitl live out q tumittelvei eiijoylin lie plenum Mtn f for neuiiou Tbey url In iHindiiK to the world tilt flesh nod the devil flit Patel live no more unto tbeiu Mri but unto Him who bias ntleeiu rd ue by llln Mail nnd tins Klven Jill Spirit to live In tin making tem plls of the Holy Spirit I Cor vl ID JO II Cor Iv 14 IB Till In tbe way tbut It nbould IN but Ill often tint iMtiiune sifter we receive Christ tit 1IlllIh or old man U Htlll In tin nnd In eked of beltiK reckoned dead put off denied It In yielded to IliillllniHl pam pored nnd HUM tbu Hplrlt In grievel nnd foil dlnbonorcd We are tntiKbt In tbese venten tbat tbe old sinful na turn never etui be Improved never CAr bo utibjert to the law of Jod hut relict eve receive Cbrliit we receive u new nn tun a divine nature nre Iwni from nbove and we unlit let Christ bnve full control II Hut If the Bplrlt of Hlrn that ruUrd up Jeiun from the dead dwell In you He that railed up Chrlm from the dead atoll alia quicken your mortal bud In by III Spirit that dwdlvth In you Tbo word In Cbrlnt nnd Cbrlst In you describe till believer the justified penuif who bias passel from deiitb to life anti shall not mute Rita JudKiuont for slit John v Sl but In the rexurrco thus body Hlinll appear before the judg ment went of Christ to be judged for service our work tie tyiluts trleil nnd cltber approved tutu rewnnled or elxe rejecttnl Horn xlv 10 Cor v 10 I Cor III 14 IB Ix S7 VJ The hotly hut becomes n temple of tbe Holy Spir it shall by the Hplrlt In due title be OHIO nil Immortal lady like unto CbrUtH glorious body nnd fur tube we wait and groan verse S3 Ihll Ill SO SI I Jobn S but It seeing to me tent there In In this eleventh verso some reference to tilt present hotly In which the Hplrlt Ins vouio to dwell nod Ills power and wllllngnenn to keep It It only MX will be willing ami obedient 1ZH For Ae many ac are led by the s Spirit of god they are the eons of God The spirit of adoption which we have received beureth wltnctts that wo nro tbe children of Gal Sumo ask How dues the Hplrlt hear witness And they lung for the witness of tilt Hplrlt supposing it to bo some feeling or culiar experience It U made no prole- In I Jobn v 10ia that tiny one who willing to be taught by the Spirit can not full to nee It God says that He lutes me anti gave ills only Son for me that I might Riot perish John III 10 believe this nnd receive Christ Und t thou take HU word for It that It Is all as He Hays It is that by Ills uncrlflce for un1 receiving Him nun a child of Clod John IS Thus receiving and resting on the word of the Spirit have the Spirits testimony or witness for tile Hplrlt bears witness by Ills Word Feelings mny como mull go lint the wonl abides and changes not Go 1 ig on through this chapter nod just bellovlng God we rejoice that In Christ IIHe XPKHIENCK BO YEARS TnAla UCnlG- NOovnlHS f1antt Ac Anrnnrnna n rar 11 a Qnb r I Frl4er 11 Imnlrr1Uadni lldr aJwnfrni Itaoll 1II IU r x 1i Hine 6n 0 Iq u Illintu libi1 llirfiimh JMH o itivlori- mKiiiwrii miiioiit m tr IIIU Scientific JlHtcrican rnrnewwerlylll tf rtweealr torrlelt larCOaBtoroadaa New yq 11arurA Unw ft I wul rr n i iIlEti r Bj A OONAN DOYLE 10PART TWO Tht Country of the Saints I MipjKMo bo tnoujlit wu nnd ciuno td tlin liotul Hint bo unit invntloned for gut out without nnothur word and fn lowed mo down thn garden I bud to wnlk litxldti him to keep him steady to lie wall htlll n llttlu top henry 1Vhe wocanin to Ihn titer lofttiicd it nnd h bunr Into Mm front room I give you rrthat nil tha way the father daiiKhUr went walking in fnmt of use Its infuninlly dark mild buntnmp ulbig about alaiItWill camels which hUll brought with mo Now Knoch Dtehbcr Icontiiuiud turning to him nnd holding the light t lilY own fuce who nm If llugazed atuwwithblenreldrun- kt ciyw for nioinunt mull then I earl n 4horror Kpring up In thorn tool convulco w features which showed mo thnt lit know me Ho htnggrred bar with n livid ncu old I ante the pernpi ritlon break out uiou Ile brow whlln Ids truth chaltvrw At fete night I luau el my back ngnlimt tho door and laugh mi loud and long I hud always known that vengeance would Ixi sweet but ha tutor hoHd fur tilt contentmont o soul whlah now aswRPel mo You tinge said I have hunts 1yeti from Stilt Lnko City to St Iutiw burg nnd you have always ittcuiH l Now nt Ins t yobr wanderings hnvo coo to nn end for either you or I shall tiny er ate tomorrows sHIn rise Ho fthrank till farther nwnyns shake and coupe sew on his face that ho thought I was mad So I wn for the time Tho pulsr in my temple beat Hko ultxlgo Imininem and I Inllevo I would have had n fit of romo sort If tho blood limb not gunned from my airs oral rellovisl me What do you think of Lucy Per tier DQwV I criiil lucking the door and Blinking the kiy In bU net Punish niiiit has Utn slow III coming but t has overtaken you at lat saw his coward ills tromblo as I spoke Ho world base begged for Isis life hut h know well hut it was usolcxn it1auld you warder me ho stam miwd Thorn Is no murder I annwured Who talks of murdering n mad dog 1Vhntnu roy had you UIMIllIIlY pamper ling when you draggixl bur from her Klaughtured father nnd bore her away to you nccnrfed and nhnmoIdHS harem It was out I who killed Jar fa there ho cried Mint it was you who broke her III iiocrnt heart I rhrioktHl thruhtliiK th lax before him Let tho high la judge between us Chan e and rat Thuro in death In one null lifo in tho other I hull take what you leave Itus see If them is justice upon tho earth or if wo nro ruled by chanco Ho cowered away with wild cries nnd prayers for mercy lint I drew my knits amid hold it to his throat until ho hail obeyed mo Then I swallowed tho other and wo stool facing one another in Kllvncu for a minute or mnr waiting to wo which WWI to live and which was to tile Shall 1 over forget tho which canto over hlii face when hut t s warning pangs told him flint thu laisot- was in Ills PyFtuuut laughed as I sa it and bold Lucys nmrringo ring in trout of his eyes It witS but for n mo ment for the action of tho alkaloid is rapid A spasm of pain contorted his features Ho throw his hands out in front of him xtaggercd and then with a hoawocry full heavily ullOll tho lloor I turned hint over with my foot mid placed my hand upon his heart Thrro was no movement Ho was dead Tho blood hind licen streaming from lilY but Iliad taken no noticoof it I dont know what it was that put It in to my head to write upon tho wall with it Perhaps It wns mischievous idea of netting tho police upon n wrong track for I felt light hearted and cheer ful 1 remembered a Jorman being found in New York with Itacho written up above him nUll it was argued nt the tuna in the newspapers that tho secret societies must have Blum it I guessed that what puzzled the Now Yorkers would puzzle tho Londoners I dipped my finger In my twit blood and printed it on a convenient placo on tho wall Thus I walked down to my cab and found that lucre vuis vole ly about anti that tho night was utill very wild I hind driven BOIIIO dlstuuro when I put lilYI hand into the pocket in which I usually kept Lucys ring anti found that It war slot there I wns thunderstruck nt this for it was the only momenta thnt I hurl of hor Thinking that I might late dropped it which I stooped over Drub tiers hotly I drove back and leaving my cub in a vide street I went boldly up to tho house for I was ready to dllroIanything rather tutu lose tho When I arrived there I walked right Into the nrms ot a police officer who wns coming out mid only iimnngod to ills nrm his Hispicluna by prutuudlng to bo hopelessly drunk That was how Enoch Drohbor cnul to lies old All I had to do thou was t do as much for Staugcrsun mid pay off John Kcrriorti debt I know that ho was staying at Ilnlllilays 1rivnto hotel and I hung about nil day but ho never camo out I fancy that ho suciKjct ud something when Drvbbor tilled to put in nn appearance Ho was cunning wns Stangenon anti always on his guard If ho thought ho could keep me by stay lug indoors he was very much nits taken I soon found out which was tho window of his bedroom mid early next morning I took advantage of some lad ders which wero lying In tho lane be hind the hotel and mi made my WilY in to Ids room in the gray of the dawn I woke him up and told him thnt tho hour hind comu when ho was to tin ewer for thu life ho had taken long iHiforo I described Drehbers death to him and I gave him the saute cliotco of till poisoned pills Inntcad of grasping at till nhanco of safety which that offer ed him hoHprang from his and Hew at my throat In self defense I stabbed him to tho heart It would have beet tho pamo in any case for Providence would never have allowed his guilty hand to pick out anything but thu Ian soul I havo little moro to say mid its ns well for I nm about done up i went uitaulluIsvnra tngga cabbyrbutt hits cab was wanted by n goutl- enlnunt9lh8itkretnnl I went round cusp ootiug no harm and tho next thing know this young man hero hUll tho bracelets on my wrists and ut neatly shackled over I was in my life Thats tho wholo of my story gentlemen You may consider mo to bo n murderer but officerIIyou nro So thrilling had the Riots narrative been nnd da manner way to impress ive thnt wo lad sat silent and absorb ed Even tho professional detectives olf in the mans story When ho finished wu sat for wimo minutes In n stillness which was only brunch by tho scratch ing of LeKtrados pencil nil ho gavo till finishing touches to his shorthand ac fconut is only ono point on which I should like n little moro information Sherlock Holmes said nt last Who was your accomplice who camo for tho ring which advertised Thin prisoner winked at my friend JOt cosnly I can toll my own secrets ho 1said but I dout gut other people III I saw your advertisement and I thought it taught bo it plant or it ytmight ho thu ring I wanted My friend volunteered to go and see I think youll own ho did it smartly Not n doubt of that said Holmes heartilyNow gentlemen tho inspector re marked gravely fete terms of tim law Thursdaytmagistrates and your attendance will bo required Until then I will bo responsi ble for him Ho rang tho bell as ho spoke and Jefferson hope was lei oft by a couple of warders while my friend nut I outdo our way out of station anti took n cab back to Baiter street CHAPTER VII Wo had all boon warned to appear bo fore tho magistrates upon the Thursday but when tho Thursday came there wax 110 occasion tor our testimony A higher Judge hUll taken tho matter in hand and Jefferson hope had been summoned bo jfore n tribunal where strict justico would out to him On tho very night after his capturo tho aneurism burst and ho was found in tho morning stretched upon tho floor of the roll with a placid sepia upon his face as though ho lad lieu able in his dying moments to look hack upon a useful life and on work well done Ort gsan and Lcstrado will bo wild about his death Holmes remarked as wo chut ted it over next evening Whero will theirgrandudvertiseuleutbenowI nnswerodt myvyoulovemoro brightly after u pause I would not hnvo missed tho investigation for anything Thorn has been wo hotter caso within my recollection Simple as it was thero wero several most instructive points about it Simplol I ejaculated Well really it can hardly bo do scribed ns otherwise raid Sherlock Holmes smiling nt IUYlCurllrl6ITho proof of this intrinsic simplicity is that without any help save a very few or dim my deductions I was able to lay my haul upon thu criminal within three days That Is true said I I have already explained to you that what is out of the common is usually n guide rather than n hindrance In soir tug a problem of this sort tho grand thing is to bo able to reason backward That is a very useful accomplishment and n very easy one but pooplo do not practice it much In tho everyday af fairs of life it is moro useful to reason forward old no tho other to bo neglected There are CO who can reason synthetically for ono who cmi reason analytically I confess said I thnt I do not quito follow you II I hardly expected that you would Let sco if I CHII mako it clear Most people if you describe n train of events to them will tell you what tho result would bo They cnn put those events to gcther in their minds and nrguo from thorn time something will como to pass Thero nro few people however who if you told them n result would bo nblo to evolve from their own loiter rOil Kclousness whnt tlio stops wero which led up to that result This power o what I menu when I talk of reasoning backward or analytically I understand said I Now this was n case in which yon teems given tho result and bad to find wcrythiug clso for yourself Now lot mo endeavor to show you the different steps in my reasoning To begin at the beginning I approached the house as you know on foot and with my mind entirely free from nil impressions I naturally began by examining tho road way anti there as I hove already ex plained to you I saw clearly thu marks of a cab which I ascertained by in dairy must have been Ihero during tho iiight I satisfied myself 4mt it way n cab and not n private carriage by tho narrow gauge of tho wheels Tho or dinary London growler Is considerably less wldo than n gentlemans brougham This was tho first point gained then walked slowly down the garden path which happened to bo composed of u loll suitable for tat lug impressions No doubt it appeared to you to bo a mere trampled lino of slush lint to my trained eye every mark upon its snrfnco had n meaning Thero Is no branch of detective science which In so important nod so much neglected as tho nrt of tracing footsteps Happily l have always laid great stress upon t and much practice has node it senor nature to me I saw tho heavy marks of tho constables but I saw also 1the tracks of tho two men who had first through Mm garden It was eaIto tell that they had been before tho othI ers because in places their marks hud beta entirely obliterated by thu others coming upon the top of them III this wny my second link tens formed emetic h told mo thnt tho nocturnal visitors worn two III number ono remarkablo for his height as calculated from thu length of his stride and tho other fashionably dressed to judge from the small nUll elegant impression left bjc his boots On entering the house this last in ference was confirmed My well booted man Iny before mo Tho tall one then hnd done tho murder if murder there tens Theru was no wound upon tho dead ninna person but tho ngitatnd ex pression upon leis fnco assured mo that he bad foreseen his fnto before it cant o upon him Men who die from heart dis casfl or any sudden natural cause never by any chanco exhibit agitation upon their features Having sniffed tho dead mans lips I detected n slightly sour smell and came to tho conclusion that ho lint had poison forced upon him Again I argued that it had teen forced upon hums from tilt hatred and fear ex pressed upon his face By thu method of exclusion I had arrived nt this result for no other hypothesis would meet tho facts Do not imagine that it was n very unheard of idea The forcible adminis tration of poison is by no means n new thing in criminal annals Tho cases of DoltIcy in Odessa and of Lcturler in Moutpullier will occur at ouco to any toxicologist And now camo tho great question a to tho reason why Rubbery lad not been tho object of tho murder for until log was taken Was it politics then or was it n woman That was tho question which confronted me I was inclined from tho first to tho littler supposition Political assassins are only too glad to 16 they work and to fly This murder hind on the contrary lame done most deliberately and the perpetrator had left his tracks all over tho room showing that Jio had boon there all tho tuna I must havo been a private wrong nut not a political ouo which called for such n methodical reycngo When tho inscription was discovered upon the Wall I was moro inclined then ever to lilY opinion The thing was too evidently u blind When tho ring was found however it settled tho question Clear ly the murderer lend used it to remind his victim of sane lend or absent wom an It wits at this point that I esker Qregson whether ho hind inquired in partloularcareer Ho answered you remember in tho negative I then proceeded to innko n careful examination of time room which con firmed ino in my opinion ns to tho nor donors height and furnished mo with tho additional detail as to tho Trlchi nopoly cigar and tho length of hits nails I hnd already como to tho conclusion since thero were no signs of n struggle that thu blood which covered tho floor had burst from tho murderers nose in his excitement I could perceive that tho track of blood coincided with tha trackof Ids feet It is seldom that any Mats unless ho is very full blooded breaks out In this way through emotion so I hncurdcd tho opinion that tho crim rudllyfaceljudged correctly Having loft tho house I proceeded to do what Gregson hind neglected I telegraphed to the head of tho police nt Cloveliind limiting my inqnfry to tho circumstances connected with thin mar riage of Enoch Drobbcr The answer was conclusive It told mo that Drobber had already apJllled for tho protection of tho law ngninst nn old rival iu love named Jefferson Hope and that this samu Hope was at present III Europe I know now that I held tho clow to the mystery in my hand and all that re mained was to secure the murderer I had already determined in my own mind that tho mau who hall wnlked in to tho house with Doubter was nono oth er than Use man who lad driven tho cal The marks in the toad showed mo that tho horse had wandered on in way which would home been impossi blo hadthero been any one in charge of it Whore then could tho driver bo nnloKH ho were ltssido the house Again it is absurd to suppose that any gauo man would carry out n deliberate crimo wider tho very eyes ns it were of n third person who was sure to betray him Lastly supposing one man wished to dog another through London what but fur nieniis could ho adopt than to turn cab driver All these considerations led mo to tho irresistible conclusion that Jefferson IIopu was to bo found among too jerseys of tho metropolis If he had been one thero was reason to believe that he had ceased to boo On tho contrary from his point of view any sudden change would bo o ly to draw attention to himself Ho would probably for n time at least co tirhio to perform his duties There wIts no reason to suppose that he was you under an assumed name Why since ho change IdA name in a country who 110 ouo knew his original OliO I there foro organized my street nrnb detective corps nod scut them systematically to every cab proprietor In Loninn until they ferreted out the man that I want ed How well they succeeded mid how quickly I took advantage of it nro stl frenli In your recollection rite nnurd of StaiiKornon was nn incident sshi wns entirely unexpected but whi could hardly in any ca e have been pro vented Through it you know j camo into possession of the plll tf existence of which I had already inlced You hue the wholo js njchnln arIlogical sequences without u break Hnwl It iu wonderful I crtahnear merit tihouhl bo publicly recognized You ehould publisli nn account of tho- ca v If you wont I will for you tdYouump do what you like doctor- ho answered Seoherol he con tinned handing n taper over to mo Look ut IhiMl It was Tho Echo for tho day ml tho paragraph to which ho pointed w devoted to tho case in question TliQ public It said havo lost sensational treat through tho suddo death of tho man Hope who way eu jiecUil of tho murder of Mr Enoch Dreb Jt r and of Mr Joseph Stangerson Tho details of the caso will probably never be known now thought wu into informed upon good authority that the crimo was Iho result of an old standing and ro inmitio feud in which lovo Mormon leaf burn It Ftyll8that both ti victim jielonged in younger day to thu Latter Day Saints and hope th deceased prisoner halls also from Sal Lake City If thu cnso has had no other effect it nt least brings out III thu most striking manner the nftlciencyof our do tectivo police farce mid will servo as nI lesson to all foreigners that they will do wisely to settle their feuds at homo pud not to carry thorn on to British soil It is an open secret that tho credit of this snout capture belongs entirely to th well known Scotland Yard officials Messrs Lestradoand Gregson Thump was apprehended it appears in rooms of a certnin Mr Sherlock Holmes who has himself as an amateur dhiat somo talent in tho detective lint au hopoIIIskill It is expected tint n testimonial of somo sort will bo presented to tlio two officers as a fitting recognition of their services Didnt I toll you so when wo starts ed cried Sherlock Holmes with a laugh Thatll the resultof all our Study In Scarlet to get them a tostl uianlatt Nucor mind I nllswcredtlI haso pubHoyou must make yourself contented by the consciousness of success like the Iftoman miser tpo uu tot Kllillat lit mild pluudo inI1711E END Trolley Car Wlirrl Car wheels do not last long as tho dirt and sand on tho tall together with tho almost constant application of It brakes have tho tendency to wear thorn out As soon as the flaugo becomes sharp or tho tread uneven tho whet toast bo removed A wheel on n motor car averages about 330 pounds is made of chilled iron and will mako about 35 000 miles before it is thrown on tho scrap heap The average cost of awheel Is 2 cents per pound nnd to replace it wheel costs about 3 to if 5 while the 175ISteel shed wheels cost considerably story money than cast irou yet they tint comlU1mtlvuIyin service Philadelphia Press A stuffed Skeleton Don John of Austria Staveley tolls dylugreel from thence to thu Tart church at Macro where his funeral was solemn lied nod a monument erected to him by tho Prince of Parmu Ills body was afterward takefi to pieces and tint bones packed in mails wore privately carrlellc into Spain where being set together with small wires tho body was rojoint ed again and being stuffed with COtlOIlI and richly habited Don John was pro seated to tho king entire leaning olllais commanders staff It was the prow seine custom in Spain to sot up lt corpse of its king in state cud to Invo hunt waited upon as though ho were alivo London Illustrated News IUU Trrth- Tlio teeth of rats lire kept sharp by n cry peculiar provision of nature Tho outer edge of tho incisors is covered with n layer of vunuttil0s hard as filnt while tho under side is much softer The layers of enamel on tho under side therefore went away much faster thnn those on tho upper surface nod a keen cutting tdgo la always presented The Missouri Commission of the Worlds fair has set aside 30000 for the casting In bronze for permanent preservation In Forest park of the statue of Napoleon to be executed by Daniel C French of Jefferson by J Q A Ward and of the statuo symbol ical of Missouri which will occupy a place In the Terrace of States The statues of Napoleon and Jefferson will stand at the edge of the Grand Dada respectively west and south of the EJd ucutloualbullding and east and south of the Electricity building Thin MlMlnn of the Jf w paper uoThe clergymen of tho period havo had much to say first and last about the mission of publitiuowspapcr None however has better set forth its work than tho reverend gentleman who was IItho orator nt tho Attleboro celebration Mr Wales with perfect truth newspaperjrufrom the man who waters his milk to blooded murderers all degrees of criminal mankind want news sup pressed Liars thieves scandal mon gems deceivers burglars fighters tidal tererc gamblers drunkards nUll gentle men rascals nil cry out ngulnst tho news distUrlnllcr freechinews suppressed It would bo a blessed thlll for more 10tlllln one congregation if those clerics nro accustomed to carp at modern journalism in season nnd out of season would put themselves iu possession of Mr Wnlcs remarks on tho province of the newspaper nod read mark learn and inwardly digest them Boston Globe CIAo StatesA The greatest nation in the world II the greatest consumer of coffee CoffeexeverytIts pure thats why Alnrilo Ih ttrtliht pwkuwInturlag irMUOM u4 oatfurm iiaftlltf Necessary Expenses for IeTwelve Weeks School IIPerronl who board them ITN can rpeud a 0much or little u thej chooee on llrlng expenses It papa to have a little extra money onlvct lheaeornssryd dayr nowAiin WDIII HALL8tbOOltncldenllEx Hospital Fee 25 pensea Book etc boat 2 00 2 nrneral nefOlllt I FunIShl Room fuel 125 5SFirst Month Board 6 W 5 Livingliroro i8IIelLtef Toudrp7duringthetermBeginning 60 S 00 00 Beginning Sd Mo Board 5 00 5 00 z fitGenl Depotlt returned 00 iiioo Toted Eipeane 13 Week 87 BO 87 00 V r For those belowJA Grammar deduct the ti for book andfl from Incidental fee making the otal only a45 When four girls room together each tare Ii or more on room anti fuel making the total only S3SO it clawed below A Grammar Room and feel COlt one dollar more In the Winter term Two rooms for housekeeping with stoves etc 0can usually be rented for from 14 to a term Tbe price of a big calf a little tanbark or a few hoine pan bd Iwsnwlllgh term of school which win change onei whole life for the btlert DUftlls Early Risers IThe famous little pills Weak Heartseveryonecan remember when It was simple Indiges ofhearttraceable to but are the direct result of lade gestlon All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and Ihehearlthatdelicate stomachrwith It took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about our months sad It cured me Kodol Digests What You Eat nervollJIpressure trialIPrepared by E 0 DWITT k 00 oMloaOat Cure Wh n honors Fall Mrs Frank Chiasson ralterson La writes June 8th 1001 I had malaria fever in very had form was under treatment by doctors but as soon as stopped taking their medicine the fever would return I used a sam r pIe bottle of Herbiue found it helped me Then bought two bottles which completely cured me I feel grateful to you tor furnishing such a splendid medicine and can honestly recommend it to those suffering from malaria as it will surely cure them Her bins Goo bottle at East End Drug Cos One Minute Cough Cure For Coughi Colds and Croup o I T CITIZEN An Animal Story For Little Folks The Lazy Lion There was once upon a time a young lion who often went out in the ileitis and watched the larger lions play baseball anti he often thought how happy hi would be If he was only big enough to take part In their giime- vl lie grew nod grew and utter awhile It stewed to him that he wax of baseball size told be decided to begin to play Now It happened that this young lions principal fault wus that lie was lazy and when he gut to think lug about how much running around lie would have to do as a baseball plnyocbe almost became discouraged After some time spent In thinking this over he determined however to trj the game anyway Ill go off to the cocoanut tree now nod get a bull said he to himself anti off he went to where the tall trees rose from the sandy soil of the plain Away up above his head he saw the nice round cocoanuts hanging to the IT BTKDCK THE lAZY LIDS boughs of the tree but there was not u single one of them on the ground Now It Is entirely too warm for me to spring up there and knock one of those cocoanuts down he said Ill just sit here and wait until one of them drops to the ground And then the lazy fellow sat down on the spud and closed his lazy little eyes and went sound to sleep He I slept und he snored and he snored so hard that he jarred a cocoanut off the tree and it carne tumbling down like a rltle ball I wonder if you can guess where It fell Why It struck the lazy lion square upon his lazy nose Mercy cried he Ill never again wait for anything that I can get qulc er and with less pale by going for It And Mr Lion was cured of his lazy habits Iittsburg Dispatch Animal Story For I IAO Little Folks J JjThe Sparrows Revenge v v One day the squirrel was feeling lu a bid humor which Is not nice in little squirrels any more than It Is In little boys und girls and when the sparrow was trying to tuke a little nap on a twig of the tree the squirrel shook I the limbs so hard that the poor sleepyhead could get no rest Please dont do that pleaded the sparrowOh Its lots of fun to keep you replied the selUsh little squir 1I1wukeIll do anything for you if you will- only lot me sleep for an hour or two said the sparrow ell said the squirrel Ill tell you what Ill do Ill go down on the TUE BPABROW AORKKD rrground and you may toss tne some nuts nnd I will store them away In the little hole in the ground In which Im going to sleep this winter If you do that I will let you sleep a little t while The sparrow agreed to this and the squirrel hurried down the tree trunk Now It happened that the sparrow had n nest III the top of the tree sad there were two little eggs in time nm liiHtcad of getting u nice nut to drop down to the squirrel Mr Sparrow pJch nestStw- O squirrel Im going to catch them in wy teeth And he opened his mouth us wide as be could Then the sparrow dropped the egg Oh my Oh me It struck right square In the squir rels mouth and the shell was crushed into n thousand pieces The white of the egg and the yolk of the egg splashed all over the squirrel from head to heel and the worst of it was that oil eyes were tilled with the egg and be could no more see than a blind man Then the squirrel ran away Into the grass nod time sparrow laughed and said That serves you right for treat- Ing me bad Then he closed his lit tie eyes and took a nice long sleep Chicago Tribune 1 r + u ORGANIZED LABOR THE GREAT MUSCLE TRUST By DAVID M PARRY President National Associa tion of Manufacturers RGANIZED LABOR IS PARTICULARLY DENUNCIATORY OF TRUSTS BUT WHAT GREATER TRUST IS THERE THAN ITSELF IT IS THE GRAND TRUST OF THE TIMES IT IS THE MUSCLE TRUST THE TRUST OF h MEN WHO MAKE THEIR LIVING BY MANUAL LABOR It is to be hoppd that in accordance with tho Nelson amendment to the department of tommtrie Mil the government in turning the searchlight of publicity on the trusts will not forget organized labor If any institution needs to be exposed to the limelight it is certainly trades unionism lout ith tint only a trust itself it is a creator of other trustsofCIIP italistic trusts as distinguished from labor trusts ONK OF THIS LEADIXC CAUSES FOR TilE FORMATION OF A Xfil BEll OF THE 1XDUSTKIAL CCXMIUXATIOXS HAS BKKN THE XE3ESSITY THAT HAS CONFRONTED JiMlMOV ERS TO UNITE THAT THE EXACTIONS OF LABOR 3HGHT BE MOlE EFFECTIVELY DEALT WITH tr r tr Organized labor is not only seeking to absorb with its tentacles all the mammal workers of the cities and factories but it is also reachingout to take in the farm laborers Unions of the latter are reported to be rapidly growing in Illinois and Indiana Jt is also stated that they are preparing to exact double the wages hereto foro paid for thin class of labor Ifa compact organization of forum lands could be formed a very serious problem would con front not only tho farmers but the entire country There can Ill no doubt that such uli organization would demand with all the unreasonableness of ignorance a wage sale that would greatly en hance the cost of living to each and everyone and would in all likelihood bring about the ruin of our immense export trade in grain std flour- ORGANIZED LABOR AND THE SOCIALIST PARTY DIFFER IN ONE ESSENTIAL RESPECT THE FORMER SEEKS TO BRING ABOUT SOCIALISM BY FORCIBLE METHODS AND THE LATTER SEEKS THE SAME END THROUGH THE BALLOT BOX Its attempts to compel the shortening of the hours of labor without regard to the effect on industrial welfare its dictation of uniform wage scales which place the indolent and inapt on the same footing with energy and capability timid the absolute power it arrogates to itself over the individual on time theory that the individual has no rights which the unary need respect are all cardinal principles of socialism SOCIALISM IS A DENIAL OF INDIVIDUAL AND PROPERTY NIGHTS AND SO ALSO IS TRADES UNIONISM WHEN EDUCED TO ITS LAST ANALYSIS Industrial and Social Peace Sought by Organized Labor By SAMUEL GOMPERS President of the American Federation of Labor IDRGANIZED LABOR IS THE RESULT OF OUR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENT IT PROPOSES TO SECURE A LARGER SHARE OF THE PRODUCTION OF WEALTH IT SEEKS TO SECURE THESE OBJECTS BY PEACEFUL AND LAWFUL METHODS IT AIMS TO ES TABLISH MORE RIGHTFUL RELATIONS BETWEEN MAN AND MA- NORGANIZED LABOR SEEKS NO CONFLICT SUCH AS PRESIDENT PARKY OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MANUFACTURERS WOULD PROMOTE NOR WILL IT RUN AWAY FROM IT Wo desire industrial and social peace and nro tanking for it Mr Parry timid those who act with him to the contrary notwithstanding We shall bo enabled soon to discern to what extent time manu facturers of the United States are in accord with him At this writing wo are confident that he represents but an iiifiuitusiuiul part of the American employers ORGANIZED LABOR FACES THE FUTURE CONFIDENT AND SELF RELIANT Now to Win In the Game of Headball By CHARLES R BARRETT Superintendent of the Chicago Athenaeum rID ESPECT COURTESY PATIENCE SYMPATHY AND INFLU ENCE ARE IMPORTANT QUALITIES WE SHOULD AC QUIRE AND EXERCISE AS THE RESULT OF EDUCATION Care of the hair the teeth the nails anti the gen eralattire are marks of the educational intluenco wo enjoy They indicate our regard for the opinions and impressions of others Such thoughtful persons win the estewn of inferior andsuperiors These aro winning points in the game of life In the games of baseball football golf and tennis how carefully time players watch and exercise every vantage point How carefully the individual football player is trained in the development of skill RUT HEADBALL IS A GREATER GAME THAN FOOTBALL It requires closer application greater en ergy a longer struggle und tho reward is correspondingly greater The player at sport will take a hint will often originate playing points and apply them to the game with nil tho energy of his mind and body The same person playing time gone of life may be dull and careless when judged by tho employer lie will luck punctuality industry interest and appearance when ho must know that his means of existence and happiness depend upon his observance of tho playing points in tho gqmc in which the rewards are numer ous liberal and permanent The young man of rent appearance good manners who is care ful and energetic in his work and watchful of opportunities will sooner or later be in line and a forceia the affairs of Ulan Su Y buI = m ior ThoKu Who 11g On Fiirnn Dr Burgiu Penn Ills writes 1I have used BulliudH Snow Liniment always recommend it to my friends as I nm confident there is no halter mule His n dandy for buriiH Those who live on farms are especially liable to ninny accidental cuts burns mid bruises which heal rapidly when Hal lards Snow Liniment w applied It nhonld always ho kept in the louse for casts or emergency Ufic fiOo mid 1IXl lit East End Drug Con V 1tiv1NV NWo promptly ol Uta 8 ad KoirtRii PATENTS Mend tnoJtlikcUIi or iilioto Inrrutton for reereinrt on i itrntnlllltr For tree look 1I0WIU8ICIITRIDIRKS flle toI GASNOWi OPPOSITE S PATENT OFr WASHINGTON DC Stylish Washable Serviceable Prices 2 to 4 Dollars each RICE ARNOLD Main St Richmond Ky Kprnig tlluil Thero lean aching nnd tired fooling time liver bowels null kiduejn become sluggish and inactive the dilution impaired with little or no appetite no ntnbitton for anything lilta reeling that the whole body and mind iietnln toning up The trouble in that dur ing winter there hits been an nccum ulation of wade matter in time Hjatwin iierbino will remove it secure to the secretions n tight exit mid by its tonic effect fully restore tin wasted tissues and givoHtre ngth in phioa of wonkiiwiH fiOcnt Hast Iud Drug CosPo1S dy a- 1auata shorn and lib its- aedrain TIM gruulne- r hnauglae one mid an o iN1 WORLD SJffeliei lucrtaa etjliii tMtt Man I UII100 rll = xt Hliu Pair 1610 = It f alrmm 1101 =15 fW 720 Pairs- TH in Han Than OouUia In tour Via REASONS I W I1nuillnanaket niutmiiitnoraineni tIIIIJoII181w hues t uuy other two uian ufteptrrrIn Iho world plaeedtideother male are found to do ut a cnml ordinaryaaGOnud3LOahoee Matt af the tbst Ifttthtn Including Patent Corona Sid Corona Colt and National ari- ar1Ir rIs ua AL aloe Ilwl tNW U Dougliu tiOO Ollt Edge Ltd cnunot bo ciqualKKl tit any price Nhoeb mall liQrrKirit IlilHluvlVrtfr I Ire II ae n i RrRe COYLE Sole Agents for Berea Next door to poatoilice Yr7 Y l y I ttl l1IfED RDS BLACKDRAUGHT THE ORIGINAL LIVER MEDICINE 4i1U I Mtn + u1ASr111 A sallow complexion tliimiifn bilioiHiifss and a coated hllllllt- art coiiiiiion indication and kidney dlwasf Stoimich and bowel troubles seem they ore Ialllhilttliouyli lisi painful at tlm start tiro much harder to cure lludford IllafkUruiifflit never fail to brne Itdls tlIIitrlitlil weaXein kid neys It stirs up the torpid liver to throw off the iTiniof cnr and aaiie It ia certain preventive of cholera and lJ ilhtsIIIIJ of the Vidneys nr fhlllfonl liluk Draught thulUl1nllof TOIH have yetlowperfect health and have no other doctor than ThedfonT lllatk Draught It It always on hand fur use in an emergency and saves many expensive of a doctor Mulllnl S c March 10 1901 BliilkDrtujMforto I doctor sine hive been taR It It U the belt medicine for me that Is kidneytroublescompUInt Kev A 0 LEWIS 11 U JirV DR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount to Students Richmond Kentucky Wutlil WliU 1111111 Whites Cream Vermifuge bus achieved a worldwide reputation ns being the hunt of all worm destroyers and for HH tonic inllueiicH on weak smith unthrifty children ns it neutralizes till acidity or hourntKH of the stomach improved their digestion cud aHAimilittioit of food Nlronglhoun their nervous system und restores then to tho heidth Vigor amid elantic ity cf spirits natural to childhood lye at Hast land Drug Con d The University of Chicago Professional Schools Medicine I Theology Law and I Education applleaionEachtSfThe counts in Medicine are given in connection with the wok of Rush Medical College The University of Chicago Chicago Illinois I Accidents Happen Daily 1 1 To Mechanics in oil Branches of Business IracaiiphFIRSTAID Isa quick RELIEF and guaranteed CURE for Burns Cuts Brulsci and all Inflammations It relieves at once by drawing out the In flammation Cooling Soothing and Healing the injure J parts o man whether in Office Shop or Factory ibouU alwaVJ keep a bottleof PAACAMPHclose at hud It saves Tim Twubb od Palo 1l fIwf tf you ut not ulUfled after utlog Parauiupu your money will be refunded SOLO CMV 25c BOc 100 BOTTLM ALL nooo For sale by S E WELCH L Druggist I CLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAlt WITH SI- t cast TIN votes forrWe ur S ot n the most popular teacher in county ONU DOLLAR KNCLOSKDl t ibc10cn f too tClot riprAM ws f 10c 1M 1O 10o 10010CVoters are mot required to sign their asmtalbat the AMoctallon wants all achoot chlldreu eoting to do at II It will In Uulldlnr J Voters have the option of acndlujf ballots direct to the hecictary of the Association or It Je paper trom which clipped r ddilioall ballot be ohbiaed by getting nln copies of thl piper Kemlliuca be made b certiSe empress or postal muneyorder orIscarrtwyitseudsrsttak Addreallcommunkalluntok Loulsviltc Ky j oc x 1THE CITIZENsx People Who Live in Air Castles A Novel end Brilliant Presentation le ofan Old Theme a F p p By WILLIAM GEORGE JORDAJVfrom The rawer of Truth Fubliihtd by Drcnltnoa IVINO In nn nlr cnMIe lit nlmut imtlliilil nn owning a half truest In a rainbow It m more non rINllltlg limn a dinner of twelve evnlrls eaten III ilrentn tar raxtlex ore built of Kolilen inuiiientM of time lull their only salt U III tie raw inaterlul thus n uder- pl IlthrNl The atniisilurc of nlr cnMlcn hen v 1111tLt1IIil vvlx he III going to do the great In tliieiuv h noun day will have the vai wenllh that will he hU wane time MMUehow mumwhere In the 111111111 lit iliiyn of the future The archlte- lurid error nliont air castle that the uwner liulM them ilownwanl era their glided turret In tho iloud In tenit of upward from n Mid tar foundation of pllrtuxe nod energy fhlll dirt of mental lulus leaves U u mental imrixitlc not n Ktlmiilnn- tAmhltlon when wediled to tireless r ericy Is u great thing nod a good Muhl but III lUelf It umountN to little rniiuot raUo hliimelf to higher thlngii liy wlmt he would like to IIIVOIIIIHI tint only hy what he eiuteavoretl to w iUiillnli To he of value amhltlon munt vvvr le mnde ttiaule t In zed In deter mination III energy foiueorntod to Ideal If It In tlllix re 41I1otlI thll cximlilnucJ Jlip thluulry entitle melt In taut 111niarNs olid tho Individual Htand ou u iietv Mtrong foundation of soil rock whereon day hy day aunt stow stunt he onu par u mighty material tructurr of life work to lust through time unit eternity The tilt castle ever tv 11111 entii Il work of an urchltect without a bnhi0e- It meonn plum near put Into uxecu thou They tell in tout man architect of his own fortunes hilt hf be merely nrchlteet he will wu k duly an nIl astir of hits lift It kliolllil anhlteet and builder too Living In the more living In all cuitte Tomorrow U tilt grn where the dream of the dreamer II toller who lulls nut pro hurlol TI wall who IDYll he will lead n new nnd better life tomorrow who promUcrt irrnt thugs fur the future and yet dews nothing In the present to moke that future lWselltle is living In an al taint In hit arrogance he In lug to perform n miracle he U strkli igIn to turn water lute wine to have ha vent without ixidllwe to have nil Ill without n Uglnnlng It we would make our liven worthy of lu Knout and noble solid and hl i pregnable we muni forsake air cnNtle of dreainlng fur MroiigliotiU of dulu livery wan with an Ideal linn a right live In the glow and Inxplrutlon of stud to picture the joy of attainment nilof the tired traveler tills hats mind with the thought of tilt hrlghtneM of home to quicken his steps and to make weary miles netin Hlmrlvr hut tilt worker nhould never really won stain till future think little of It ex rapt for Inspiration to determine his course as mariner study hill stairs to make Ids plans windy nnd to prepare for that tutus by milking each sepa rate day the best and truest that he cnn I Ml tn live up to the fullness of o posxlhllltlo each day Man has only 0111 day of life today Ik did III renterday he may live tomorrow IL has only today Let us ceaxo saying It I wore an tilug my ever ram Iet us step living In tho subjunctive mood anti begin to live In the Indicative The out great defense of humanity gainst the charge of unfulfilled dulls la lurk of tune The constant clam oring for time would be pathetic were It out for the fact that must Intilvl IIInlli throw away more of It than IllcrNwtit use Time Is the only really vnlunh poHkcsHlon of man for without It every power within him would cease to Yet he recklessly squanders his grn treasure as It It were valueless 11 wealth of the whole world could n buy one second of time Yet society ntausHlns dare to say In public thu they hove been killing time TI time fallacy tans put more people lot ate ensiles than nil other causes contblued Lute Is only time etellIl1 only more time Immortality la merely mans right to live through unending time If I hind n library I would rend the weak plaint of some other lennt of au ulr castle If u man does lit rend the two or Jhroc good books his poNseHHlon or accessible to him would not rend If ho had tho Itrltlsh museum brought to his bedside and the llrltlsh army delegated to continual service lu hauling him books front ti 1tAtshelves The time sacrificed to reading sensational nowspapera might ho co ecrnted to good rending If the ludivl- uel were willing merely to live up to Imohls portion of opportunity The man who lunge for some cnn In lute wherein he mny show might courage while he Is expending no por tion of that courage In bearing brave ly the petty trials Borrows anti disap pointments of dull life Is living In an air castle Ho Is just n sparrow look hag enviously lit the mountain cra gsrnuw titpthat perhaps even daring In n 111111011I izing way to criticise her method of fllgUt and to plume himself with tkoc t lr g InIIIXIIIs sell JailI expect every nr HOWS hope unil faith to vlfull ou good ground nod bring forth harvest he Is perfectly certain that InyrulhlinndynumbertIn wet unit vanquished The thirty trngtvfyc 3j In three degrees of Intensity In bea IIworldh knew them all In number less bitter Instances nndfthunkleHsncsii us was shown In tho oneIonly our gave thanks II1h second phnse of Ingratitude Is IIIIwas ex empllfled In 1eter who In his selfish desire to ntnml well with two mnliU whllIII1111o orIIIIIgrows dlctlve as shown hy Judas the hon ored treasurer of the little haul of lugrutlturt tie b btu the tragedy of Calvary tleliiolr Uea prepares le way fur the third rettu must ever tower high altars de oratwe 1teau great nothing I IU noble The expectation of grat Itude Is till alloy of an otherwise vlr liuma net It ever dulls the trigs of tern our iMst actions Most stint rIllok at gratitude us a protective on virtues The roan who Is venkru well doing by tilt Ingratitude of tit e li nerving ial on n MinI basin IIto Is a hired wldler not n volunteer should he fhonest enough to sie that he b working fur n lewnnl IIke a child hu Is bring good for n Uinus He Is really regarding his kindness ougso as pays llthen Is In such living always n loin pose It Is walling for the ap plause of the gallery We must let the consciousness of doing right of living IIarwill bpcomo to ua but n series of fn dlxnpwlahueutsry A Plea For Courtships After Marriage urBy WILLIAM GEORGE JORDAN 9 nttkindly feelings Is not enough that y be wade nmnlfont In action The pushed earth Is out refreshed by the niece tact of water In the clouds It Is only when the blessing of ruin act Itsany descends that It awakens to new INknows how much I think of him nllli- to assume substitute ittiIt Is shining Bomcwhere spit still l0Nbtrer for lack of Its glow and warmth Love should he constantly made evi thuughttulnrsat e asNm11eN unit hand of esteem mnUlt Instead a memory by pntleuce for ntbenrnner courtesy anti klnllllc81I oTLIs theory of presumctl confldcnce persistence of nlTccUou U one of he sad phiiscs of married life We should hove roses of love ever bloom hug ever breathing perfume Instead of dried noses pressed In the family BIllie Ineuierlalfa of dott111ntl0u nnd chivalry on the outside The feeling may possibly bo still nllve hut U does 1101 reveal Itself rightly The rhymed poetry of loving hue changed to hhink verso and later Into dull prostthe lay sold of his fattier Christian but hes not working much manifesttin co than n lucked bread box feeds the body It does nut lllumlnntc and brighten the thanlyan There Is often such a craving In the heart of a husband or n wife for ex pre Non In words of human love an tenderness that they are welcomed no matter temp what source they may If there were more courtships litter marriage tin work of the AIYo courts would be greatly lessened Thu realization In often one of the things that muse too lateJorow The Power Truth Published by Brentauoa y J ONLY SIX DAYS MORE Until Our Offer of a Dollar Paper for Fifty Cents Closes There are yet only six days left in which you have the opportunity to subscribe er renew for TUG CITIZEN at the old rate of fifty cents per year June 8 Berea College Commencement Day is the last day of the offer Dont put itolt too loug anti miss your chance Ton CITZIES will haven stand on the Coininencmeiit grounds where Mnbo agents scattered among the people who will give you a receipt for what you pay Commencement Day TIIK CITIZEN will contain tight pages of the best reading matter Worlds Fair Notes CITnl s we receive contiibutions forthNtnotice Any member of the Ansodu tiou iu this county will alno perform similar service hollowing is B li of the Associations plumbers iu Mat isou County J P Simmons Matt Co hon J W Bales OHO M Edgar lieu L Banks Jesse Cob Richmond Thomas Burnam M F Arbuckle Si ver Creek Chas L Seamy Waco W O Frost Berea C C Charisma Wallaceton Had the last legislature made an appropriation of 100000or Kentuckys representation at till Louisiana Purchases Exposition to be Dlndisjlon 110 of this amount Up to this time she ThlaLets begin to hustle aud raise this sum so it cannot be said of our COUll ty that she failed to subscribe her share to tilt fund which will gi Kentucky the greatest iu the history of the union Our Ilea pit am progressive and certainly reo alize that 110 county has more to show at tho Fair then has ours IMPORTANT TO SUBSCRBERS After your name on your paper each week you will find the date to which to subscriptionFtrrcIrinslsncoI jin 0J menus thAt you are paid up to JauunrrJS IIKXI or 2 ins III to May 2 I9rtl Examine this re ford ou your paper suit if IhercCis any mistake in it kindly notify us at so thAt wo may stake the necessary 10IJthhirecord after your name is not made within two weeks please write us shout it or call at the ollice EoIISPECIAL PRIZES Mrs Henry Leeof Brookline Mast has givrub iu prizes for the Homo spun Fair for best pattern of knotted fringe f0o second I it host pattern of woven fringe f0o sec ond 2 for Iwst green comlid dyed with hickory or other barks Qoxtor fas a friend of Boron College and a large purchaser from the hasNton oQural jupecialWoven in a pattern to bo either Itcoal madder and bark green or light walnut and light indigo 1st prizB x100 tad prize 200 Write to Mr s Hettie Wright Graham Berea Kentucky for exact colors and size jTimW Aysize loses two poundt of woruout till aues This waste canuot be repleu ished and the health suit strength kept up without perfect digest iou When the stomach and digestive or gaus fail to perform their functions the strength lets down health gives Dyrd digestive organs to digest and assiml late all of the wholesome food that may bo eaten into the kind of blood rebuilds the tissues suit protects he lealth auto strength of tho mind and body Kodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles 0gIt is au ideal spring tonic Sold by East End Drug Co WANTED AgenU at once to take subscriptions for Tilt CITIZEN on our ftltDollar paper for fifty cents or In combination with the Now York 65Ao agent made gl3ri in less than four hours Write for terms Jamoa Racer L Editor I853I903 Berea College Anniversaries Saturday May MMemorl nay with G A R rwl Addreaby Hofc Aifirmrn ulr UllTlllt SuodayMsyWtrdaurtelexermonltnL r 50th ANNIVERSARY OF THE BBRBA CHURCH e Address by Krv J A K 1100 EllS IIIIt1nt- lrlaellI onday June Conrcrl liy Hirmonl Rorlet Tutnliy JUDe ZAloIrrS1 to lUtriij Hoclitlei AiMnM liy tVil Ito W lido Islington WEDNESDAY JUNE COMMBMCBMKNT DAHYIdbltlnnsolludutrlessnd UradufIng Kicrrl fi 130 P AiMrrwi by HEV ItocKucii j IIITTKR llartfont Conn suit others SYwlneNlsy Kill Term Oen September 9 erTHE MARKETS U XIFOKTtri II NORMAN A CO alCINCINNATI My3A- UtTTLE Common 1275 f100 IiHutchtJlII 12r 4 IShippers42i rl 4 CALTLtChoicNIiGO 4J C Commuu4UUI g nOO w 505 Fair good light fiGO ttf 580 Pseking17fi17fi585SuExrLeal to choice 860- It J8ri Common to fair 225 ti 2ino LIMBS Good to choice OGO G00 Common to fair4 00 040 ViiEATNo2Red i0iihoax 41 87tnNoINIrulOa11lntPr patent 305 885 0fancy315 q 340 Jl0MILLHATNo1 Timothy KS 00 1825 No2 Hun 1700 No Clover111f 117b titAa 2 10M a 1100 PdOLTBT Young chickens Heavy hens Ii II Roosters Turkey u DucksIEnas Fresh nearby HIDES Wet salted 7 No dry salt j Bull 7 Sheep skins 50 70 riy l fig eeThe x uaya Recent experiments by practical 515 and examination with the aid of in X Rays establish it a fact that of the Stomach In not a dis ease of itself but that it results from repeated attacks of indigestion How Can I Cure My Indigestion Kodol yspepsia Cure is curing thousands It will cure you of indigestion and dyspepsia suit prevent or cure Cu tarrh of the Stomach Kodo digests what you eatmakes the IItomach DrugrCo REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured for homespun and home woyop goods firesoe g prices Coverlids E 4 to TG Linen 40 to 50 coots a yard Dross Liusey 50 cent yardlankets t dyes f3 a pair White linsey and white UlAnke are not iu demand only ou orders must be 2 yards 72 inches and 2i yards 90 inches long dyes used must he old fashioned dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Boris College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky From n Cut Hrrntrli On the arm to the worst sort of burn sore or boil DeWitts Huzel IIl1yilillWitch et DeWittfl this is the salve that heals without leaving a scar A spe ciao for blind bleeding itching sue protruding piles Sold by East Ent Drug Co Telephone to No 59 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL LargestiIDeoanelTrade Schools yearsNormnlDiplomaAcademy College for buiintw and lifeCollege ale degrees Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure ThsoryWe Christian du feetopay bebroughtCongregatioaaliets SECRETARYW County Ky WagonsG inJWEBER is King ofall BICKNELL EARLY Sole Agts had All toss and But all neer cure Tis At are dim It the of iForcel tThe Sere Carat maKes chummy good sleep at brllerr It till tiled It bat toaI goodldadsa big of Force JUlt Ixf on going to tow Richmond Greenhouses NO III oI of of Cincinnati Central Avenue and Court St Cincinnati O Jim Dumps scarcely slept a wink night hed about think thats past hell endure Insomnia Hes found a Force night when lights soothes nerves Sunny Jim llailto one with Wouldnt Dallev Flnl- I wouldnt bowlful Ky LONG DISTANCE PHONE Plants Cut Flowers and Designs ALBERT REICHSPFARR Prop Collegea Surgery Department Dentistry 1University oI Richmond This College was organized in 18JR and the r8th Annual Session begins about October 1901 Three sessions of seven months each are required for graduation This is tho first Dental College established in the West It is coeduca tional and has a corps of twenty in structors Its buildings are modern and well adapted to the requirements of modern dental Optioualtion givenFor information and announce ment address H H SMITH D D S Dean 110 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio I I THE CITIZEN CORRESPONDENCE IN 1tFREE SCHOOL BEGINS JULY 6 Every parent and every teacher should remember the resolution of the County superintendents that our rroo schools should open uniformly the first Monday after the Fourth of July except when the Teachers Institute begins at tbat time More childrei can attend in July than at the end or the term when the schools begin late Lot everybody get ready and haoI tuna schools start promptly Important to subscribers Sec page 5 column 3 There will be an exhibition print ing at the printing ollire Borea on Commencement day from 8 a in uu til 12 oclock noon You will be a welcome visitor JACKSON COUNTY Teachers examination held at Me KCH Friday and Saturday resulted follows Three first class certificates sixteen second four third and five failures Teachers Institute will b6 held at McKee July 0 10 The superintendent expects the teachers to be gin their schools the following Mon dayTbe farmers of this county an in uu easy position just taw as the can do no more planting until it rains Cascins Aleoru of Alcorn Ky had his barn burned Loss about 5200- incendiary unkuownTie hauling and stave making are the leading pursuits in the noithern end of the county at this timeThe rattle ol the sewing machine can lie heanl in almost every household Fixing for the three big days at Berea ALLEN POWELL KERRY KNOB Rev J G Parsons preached al Kerby Knob Church last Saturday all l a m also on Sunday at 3 p m Rev Oriffy filled his regular appointments at Oak Grove Church on the same days at 730 p in Saturday and 11 a ni Sunday Both houses were packed to their utmost seating capacity and some had to stay on the I outside The people were rewarded by good sermons In the future the Oak Grove meetings will be heldat 11 a m each second Saturday and Sunday of the month while the Ker by Knob Church will continue to hold its meetings at 11 a m each fourth Saturday and SundayOur county superintendent Allen Powell was at Kerby Knob for the afternoon ser vices Other visitors were Jason Hudson and Mary Parks of Parks neigh Iwrhood Mrs C A Smith came to the Parks schoolhouse to reorganize the Sundayschool at that place going back as we understand Sunday IIartemoonMiss68 Douglas Welch and Miller with Everett Kirk all of Berea visited the Rises last Saturday after having visited at D M Clicks MADISON COUNTY l WALLACETON Mr James Baker of Big Hill was hero on business Monday and was the l guest of Mr Ebb Brockuiau Monday nightMiss Mary Botkiu was the i guest of Miss Mary Gabbard Satur day and Sunday Rev James Luns ford filled his regular appointment at Pleasant Grove Sunday morning and J night Miss Bettie Elkin is visiting relatives in the Glides this week Mr Walker Baker anti family visited i Mr H C Wylie and family Sunday Wo are needing rain very muchat I this writingThe people in this lo cality are very busy preparing to at tend the Berea College Commence r neutRev James Lunsford will I preach ttt Pleasant Grove next Sun day night May HI- VALLEY VIEW Marion Saudliu and wife paid a visit to friends in Rear Wallow last week Mrs Perkins wifeof Joe Per- kinsI died lost week Besides her hus I I band several married children mourn her lossHarry Reynolds is on the sick list this weekMrs N A Pur key is able to be out againG W I t Lyons is visiting his mother and lath y t er this week and taking a much need 1edrest Colby Dunn who went to Richmond recently to have a surgical operation performed and was thought to be improving nicely attempted suicide by cutting his throat with a razor There is scarcely any hope of Saturdayored man the colored man was cut t on the head by a cog wheel though not seriously ti ROCKCASTLE COUNTY M 11 ROCKFORD Mrs Nora McGuire andchildren U of Crooked Creek are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J J Martin ri fV JIic SERMON TO GRADUATES minded of the meaning and value ol Rev F J Van Horn comes from Wor Christina education cuter Mass The Rot F Jnll Horn who The Sermon to Graduates next preaches thu termon to graduates this Sunday morning in the Tabernacle is year was a pupil of President Frosts one of the crowning events in Bureu at Oburlin nud has held important All tho churches unite in this public pastorates in Massachusetts and Iowa occasion The graduating classes sit us well us in Cincinnati lie is still a together The best of musk is fur young moan but ono of the most dis nished All the students us well us tinguished preachers oflour tins snit the great concourse of putouts and a preacher whom everybody sun un friends enj y the occasion and are ro derstand and appreciate this weekDlrs Tilda Linville and alive Ella Gadd were in Berea Fri daySquire J DL Reynolds and J W Lambert and wife visited your correspondent Sunday Mr J J Hamilton was tho guest of Mr J J Martin Sunday Mr S D Witt hM been very ill for the past few days Mrs Jennie Harris and daughter Ethel are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W A Hammond Missei May Told Ella Gadd and Myrtli Linville were the guests of Miss Bessie Linville Saturday nigLtA new gir at G V Owens No 14J L Martin went to Berea Monday Mr W H Stevens and wife visited tlu latters parents Mr and Mrs A1 Abuey SundayBOONE H W Cornelius and Cynthia Louii were married Saturday evening May 23 Rev J W Lambert otbciutiug Rev J W Lambert filled his appointment at East Scaffold Cane Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mary Wren ol this place visited relatives at East Scaffold Cane SundayG L Wren was taken with a pniu in his hip Mon day morning and had to stop workn Mr and Mrs J W Lambert of this place visited relatives on Davis Branch and Clear Creek Saturday an- dSuudayMr and Mrs Shelby Win kler of Berea visited Joseph Wren and family SundayMrs Daisy Lambert visited her parents Mr and Mrs J B Coyle last week MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Annabel Combs formerly of this city but now living in Cleveaed Ohio visited our city during the past weekMrs Martha Slrawder and MM Capitols Pearl of Cincinnati visited Mrs Hattie Combs Sunday William Brown au ttxgrudiiate of the Fifth street school visited the school last week He has been living it DavtonOhioTheMEchurch hold its quarterly conference Sunday Quite a large crowd was in attend ance Alice Simons spout Saturday and Sunday in Augusta Those whc listened to the sermon preached by Rev Butler Sunday afternoon at the Plymouth church enjoyed au inter bating and practical lesson GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE And yet there is no rain Mr Growl er Henderson Green is planting corn with grubbing hoeJ Nupiei is making quite an extended visit to the mountains W P Wells am daughter Dr Redwine and wire and J B Gray and daughter made Mr and Mrs Henry Screech cf High Bridge several days visit They enjoyed themselves in fishingW D Hommack spent a day or two vtth homefolks last week He is still im proving slowly Mrs Mary Ham mack is very poorly again Lylha Hammack is very silk with malaria Mrs Tom Green has the finest sweet potato slips we have seen at IGc pe- r100Eight or ten wagons hauling tan bark go every day to Paint Lick Mrs F H Koehler sold her farm to Joe Boian of Wallaceton for S3 000 possession to be given Jan 1 Old Uncle Nat Wilmot started to Jack Hammacks Saturday and got lost John Green found him and delivered him safely about dark L r NI NN NNNNNNNNNHNrH- 1 i LOCAL AND PERSONAL ii Miss Ethel Putnam is homo from Williamahiirg for a rest from hei workMrs Dr Cornelius lips ben very i sick tilt past week but is now im proving Mrs W Hanson suit son William of Winchester are gutwtH of S 0 Hanson and fatally Mr Isaacs nod iloll Bunts of lIam ilton PIUU the KiiesUof Mrs Sophia Morgan and son Frank Word comes that Will D Embrwj is to ho in Gouda title summer IIH he was last on a mining expedition for Thorns Edison Mrs Charles Lewis has returned from her work in Casey county where she has served as one of the county school teniher examiners Daddy Todd of Rockford has two pear trees in his yard that are in bloom the second time One already full of young pears Roy C White of Richmond who ia Democratic nominee for Ciicuit Clerk was here this week looking after his interests in the coming election The postollice at Berea will be open Saturday May M 19C8 from 7 a m to 9 a m from 12 to 2 p in and from r to GO p m S G HANSOX Professor and Mrs Rogers will beat the residents house on Saturday and glad to receive calls from forms pupils cud neighbors and old friends M J Gabbard for 13 years A real lout of Uurea is hero for H two weeks visit from Indianapolis Ind where he hiss made his home for the last two years A few hungry cows are still watch ing the gates for a chance to steal in mill the marshal has had to take up several nwino the last week Buy sonic units neighbor and take care of your stock Wm G Boat stool third in n con test for a prize of 5100 to apply on the Junior year at the Ohio College of Dental Surgery at Cincinnati reedy ing honorable mention for bast gen eral examinations in Freshman class Please notu this change in the Iou iavihlel Nashville time table Trains No G going north now leaves Berea ut 12H5 pm instead of 1IWI a m as heretofore Train No I going south leaves Beres at 111 p in instead of 1 22 p m COLLEGE ITEMS Au unusual number of distinguish ed visitors will be Inure at Commence ment this year Miss Eva Paddock a former student at Berea is teaching at South Superior Wisconsin in a remarkably good position The various literary societies held their annual feasts last Friday night These were followed by the regular annual ghostdance on the lawn in front of Ladies Hall Orlin H Venner class of 02 is th most popular teacher on the facult of the Ohio Valley Normal School at Corydon mid Seoy Gamble recently had a very pleasant visit with him there Jl c rn Savers i Wanted z7 rz1WzzJfZZrz Whenever we succeed in persaudiug individual to become a saver of allIwe consider that we have conferred benefit upon him anti upon the commun ity We want more savors Wo allow interest on time deposits tXh I Berea Banking Co Berea Ky 1 e kJfliTheIreJ At ur BICKNELL EARLYS l J Will Im given away Commencement Day to tiltt j i pert 0u holding tilt winning ticket Hting your JW i ticket with you M t1The winning number will rJbe announced in The Citizen f 12 on Commencement day LOUISVILLE ft NASHVILLE WE ARK BUTTlR PRBPAKGI RAILROAD THAN EVER TO Time Table In ERect Nay 24 103 L Repair or PaintUllinc North Tralu I VehicleArriveArrive Cincinnati 70 a m SATISFACTION GUARANTEED luliic North Train 0 nail Leave liereat2 M p m OFArnvelanll r SOolurLeave Berea I 11 p ui Arrive LivlI1gHton20i pm ROAD WAGONS AND leroaiTru A l llr FRAZIER CARTS Leave 30 p IIII Arrive Livingston1230 a ui Trains No1aud No fi make conKentucky Carriage orkstheJ W Stephens Ticket AgentC F HflQINS Prop JrJ Bi aimamati I Well selected tock of Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Navcn Laundry THINGS WHICH YOU OFTEN BUY Cuff and Collar buttons Pocket looks allll1llltll hnixhe ami Letter paper sod t 1nelopIHlitPooket knives GondaRazorsDrugs and Patent Fruits snit Cundiei Breskfnst Food Medicines Icu Jriam Stain G roceries Tine best place to buy them is the EAST END DRUG CO WAIT FOR THE WAGON And if it is a- STUDEBAKER We can all ride This is the highest priced road wagon built yet with all its excellent and high grade finish we sell them as low as others 1Vagoue 1iyg business SeE WELCH JR i TIiCoUJr rvs trxAta rrx c roux Iotsu 9 arst L Regal Shoes Watch and lock repairing are the HpceistllifB of Yillinmi nliop Agency forM ft N Laundry Take till your troubles to him Work giiiituuttxd 4 REASONS Why 4 Mrs A T Fish can IHlit please you in MILLINERY AND NOTIONS 1 Largest Stock 2 Lowtuil Irks 3 Longest KxiMritiixp I BIb StyliNerntlUlly MtlncUnl in the betitinaiknl New York City Con MAIN Axe CKXTKH SnUKRKt Without Harness Tho Ixwt hors in tin world is of lit tie luau With well tnnde jwrfeot lilting harrows on hit IHSMIIIUI buth uioful toad ornamental- If ntylo it dcniml our SIO BUGGY HARNESS will fill the bill to n slut It is light handftoniri and very durable Ii strength is thu tunic coimidura bout our 520 TEAM HARNESS will toed till quireiiuiDti Ciulilnt IM stronger if it was all iron T J 1obcrlyJRichmond Ky WHEN IN RICHMOND CM at Covington Arnold Bro For QiiewiNware GluH wuro Ciwkery LnmpN etc etc MATS STREET RICHMOND liv I SAVI MONUVMy haying NEIV AND SKCONIMIAND FUR NITURE AND STOVES of R H CHRISMAN wrf In H Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky 180000Ynrplun I We solicit your patronage JAMES BENNETT PrtJ S S PARKES Cashier m C The Citizen 50 cents until June 4