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I l Presidents Office x lieron Collect I 1 JAAtBS M An Independent Weekly Knlfrnl Cdilor nl Iht IlMtuflft Clan an dIR- Abl mnllmnlter nt Hon EIRTjjj3 tJITIZEN THE HALF HOME Devoted Interests PRICE FARM UNTIL to of the JUNE SCHOOL 4 I II N VOILIV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 4 1903 One dollar a year NO 60 1THINOS YOU WILL WANT TO READ IN THIS NUMBER OF THE CITIZEN 11 HITIUH great year Things to HIM in Heron rIlso Iliclo SIIIIIH initilr UnIIH picture JIlllluq fare l IarngrapliH mid cumin topics illllTlll ones 1ilKr a Hori a College mid the Negro Sminon to viiletiiiiN IIIK I Opinions of diHtingiUNhed people tiinperance thoughts Sunday whool lt hhon intermit lOll nl Seller Inff Poem mid short ntorios Utimriil limiting matter Market niportl tr hone School anil Farm Imp jrtunt to MuhHtirihem Kim nail huts AdvertinitmentHIm Fur Young IVoplu Kentucky NHHH AdvurtiitMiieiittiI 8 LllVUl NlWf- lCuriehpunditnce diicntioii that pays Tim Full T nn Allrlill ntetlls BEREAS PICTURE GALLERY Juint Hmllftt till diNtingiiinht poll t nit painter of Boiton huts b en making n mttiiul visit to Heron to puiut n nimilMr of pottniiln for the illigo luss pity lurw are on exhibition in No 12 Lincoln Hull mid constitute u Cillery of imrtraituie such ai could hardly U mnUhed in the State VIH dory will nee there first tin lust riusrchus of t hIt kn a unturpriio Kuv and Mrs John Cl Fw Pre and Mrs1- A H Rogers Next the first Preii ilont Iv II Fnirchild nod hU distiii guiahed brother Dr Ueo T Fair child who war Icu President in t1 Ul Neil Miss Catherine Gilbert who wax coiiniHtml with tint School fruits H7s ISI7 Irof UrureS Hunt ing who wiwt Principal of the Prepar story Department lull Irof A K Told who WIIH Profensor of Natural Siiencen 181H lytid Also Rev Jacob Fmerick out of this Truttteeh of the ollege before the War And Dr D K Pearsons BeieaVi Urgent benefat tor These ortraitM pnwent n diatiu giUHhtd hush varied group of people Sumo labored hero in earlier life std some in inont BilviinciHl years There a world of character to lw seen in thene facii mid an works of art the portrait comniand thu admiration of all beholders 11 eack one of this distinguished group it may be sated in tlm words of Scripture He being dead yet Hpeaketh Use Uncle Sams Mail The fanner aunt the country dwel ler huve some advantages in being far from thu store He in not tempted to vvttbte money on trilles Hut on thu withIout many things which they ought to 1hues This particularly true of thu farmer in the monutaiiiH They do not know life from thus outside world They allow their own vrautH to be uu wt because it is so tar to thu county seat Now Uncle Samuel has established a great institution to help us out in just thii Hue We ruler to the Post office The Post etlice of course brings letters iiu Hnaguit of loved ones who may be fur from homo nlllt ill tlllI grunt duty of the Post olfico Hut it gives two other services which the mono twin people have not availed thom helvim of an they should first it bringH till muvMpaper Every home should huve a weekly visit from u good newopaper And secondly it curries little packagtHof morchniulitio lLut me you kind render do you over test the IoHtolliceT Did your buy n monoyordort Did you ever send u ngiHterod letter Do you nut believe it would be to youradvau tugo to lo ru how to UNO the Post ntlicti a IIIUBUH of seiuiriug IIOWH papers IIH well hullers anil nil n r iiettiiH of buying the things you real when you cannot go to thu store Lotus all try to make more use of Uncle Sams mail d h uu BEREA COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT DAY JUNE 3 1903 Morning Session at 0 Recess and Basket Lunch from 12 to 130 Afternoon Session at 130 MORNING SKSSION Music land 1raynr Ihll rBandIxhl-htt Carpentry Oration VImt Ilducntion will do for the Mountains John D Crutch Travellers Uoit Ky Kstay The Mountain People of Scotland Cynthia Hayes Coyle Bona Oration Plant a Fruit Tree- S Black Clinton Ky Music Modal Schools All Hail America Johnson lixliibit tome Science Oration Honest Politics P Millntd Krye Island City Ky- llttay lllonients of Agriculture in the Common Schools lillon Marguerite Click Mulberry Gap Tenn Oration When the South shall Blossom as the Rose Robert L Howard Snlyersvtlle Ky Music Plantation Melody lixhibit Farm Murierlhare was a bOlt Glee Club dossaatlon Francos M Berry Rockholds Ky Oration The Strenuous Age Andrew F Ilengoy Bedford Ohio Essay The Artistic in Everyday Life Alice IX McKee Aurora Ohio Mutic Honnna in tile Highest Harrnonia Steiner Oration Truth Conquers All Win IL Humphrey Maysville Ky Speech Take a Newspaper James M Racer Columbus Ohio Music Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord Harmonia Garrett Degrees aunt Diplomas Music Battle Hymn of the Republic By the Audience Benediction AFTKKNOON SESSION Music Band Prayer Public Address Rev Rockwell Harmon Potter Hartford Conn MusiqLittle Jack lamer Glee Club Short Addresses by Col Geo W Bain Lexington Hon Guy W M lon Cincinnati lion W R Belknap Louisville and others Music Work for the Night is coming By the Audience Benediction WORK FOR THE NIOHT IS COMING Work for the night is coming Work through the morning hours Work while the dew is sparkling Work mid springing flowers Vork when the day grows brighter Work in the glowing sun Work tor the night is coming When mans work is done Work for the night is coming Work in the sunny noon Fill brighest hours with labor Rest comes sure and soon Give every lying minute Something to keep in store Work for the night is coming Whin man works no more Work for the night is coming Under the sunset skies While their bright tints are glowing Work for the daylight flies Work till the last beam fadeth Fadeth to shine no more Work while the night is darkening When mans work is oer THINGS TO SEE IN BEREA Try to see all the friends and neigh hors Have a good vwit but uot iu side the Tabernacle when any onus in speaking or dinging Please enter or leave only during two minute recess after the music Dont tail to visit the different buildings The guides will point then out The Homespun Fair Li brary Printiugothie Hospital Brick yard College barn now Industrial building Clover Bottom cabin etc will interest you Subscribe for THE CITIZEN All the rlnlffrs nf Bfrea- C lleye art open to your sons and tluuifi em They rant afford to miss them H77 students enrolled this yearFree instruction in vocal music courses offered in nursing farming carpentry housework also in Normal Academic Rill Collegiate branches Incidental Fee S3 BO to fG BO For further information write Sec Will C Gamble DECORATION DAY Although the day dawned with heavy clouds it cleared up anda large number of people gathered to commemorate the deeds of our Ytiter ans The addiess by Hon Augustus IE Willsou candidate for Republican nomination for Governor at the He publican State convention soon to beheld was listened to with interest stirring up personal responsibility for dour country in the future and a rev erence for those who have saved aud- made our country what it is After the address the citizens formed in line and joined the few remaining Veterans to decorate the resting place of our former heroes In the after noon the students of the Collegi gave a review of the four years Civil War year by year Songs by Har mouia Society and fine music by th College Band of twentytwo pieces added much to the pleasure of the day IRION GIRARDET CO HighClass Jewelers and Diamond Dealers 404 West Market Street LOUISVILLK KY ESTABLISHED OVER THIRTY YEARS free Catalogue xudtill to ft uiltwLen see you are lu th tvt11 THINOS YOU WILL WANT TO READ IN OUR NEXT ISSUE First article by Pros Frost on the Honor of the Mountain People show iug the good origin and good record lof the people maligned by Senator Blackburn Report of Commencement exercises outlines of the speeches etc SOth Anniversary The three glorious hours in the Tabernacle Sunday evening and the addrefs of Father Rogers with the talks by various of our old pioneers will be fully reported next week The opening chapters of our next great Continued story This will be- intensely interesting and you cannot afford to miss the first chapters i Our regular features Home School I readingIIBEREAS GREAT YEAR During the past year 977 students have attended Berea 259 boys have earnIclasses 20 students have received free instruction and use of instruments in the College Band B3 students have worked in the Brickyard or on the Farm or in the Shop and received instruction in the Night School 22 girls have taken lessons in the use of the cabinet organ As much as 3 000 has been earned in tho Brickyard by different students 110 girls have received instruction in sewing and cooking Berea students have listened to addresses from the following distin guished persons Wm Powell Hale Rev Wm E Barton D D Julian KathIauder E Tarr Prof W B Chamber lain Phil Hunter Rev Milton RalphParlette WIJames Speed Rev Geo W and Mrs Alice Shiphard Moore Rev ProfeAnthony W Chez Rev J H Jones Concert Chandler School Glee AdeRev F Jan Horn Rev J A R Rogers D D Col W Bain Rev Rockwell H Potter c ti QI 1000gijFi ottbyotieed 15 Solid Heavy Gold Ring 500 i to Ct o 1281 6 Purls Ruby Doublet 500 pU uittooSc1ldG 328 Ruby or Emerald II 250 7M Diamond richly set 3000 OOCt fr IRION OIRftRDBT GO Louisville Ku 1667 7 Full Cut Diamonds JJOOOI2- i tt NNANNNNHNNHtmNNstillsMsNess ssus sIsNH NsbWE DONT SAY MUCH OUR PRICES TALK Come see and be convinced that your money will buy more and better goods at the Hustling Cash Store than elsewhere In addition to our already complete stock of Spring Dress Goods White Goods Ginghams etc We are adding daily new things in Lawns Allover Embroideries Laces Ribbons etc Ladies are especially invited to ejdl and see them SEE our beautiful line of Carpets Muttlng nud Imps The largest assortment and best values shown in the city SEE our line of TruukH Telescopes and Valises SEE our lieu Women surd Childrens Shoes at all price and the heat you can buy for the money sEE our Men and Boys Wool Fur and Straw Hats in all the latest shapes at prices to suit all If you want clothes that fit if you want clothes that wear if you want a suit for yourself or boy and want thu Best Clothing at the Lowest Price DONT FAIL to inspect our stock before buying Orders taken for tailormade suits and fit guar anteed Only a look and you will be assured that we can save you money t LACKEY HAMILTONCORN- ERI MAIN AND FIRST STREETS RICHMOND KY NfN NtH eN 1 t1N e etiNeyNl fiNNifa ItiNNN Nfi NNN NM j- w It Is said that the profitable hen eats JC times her own weight In a year Her eggs are six times her own weight and worth six times the cost of her food Feed plenty of wheat oats grits clover and bone and less corn H According to latest mall advices cot Ion planting in Egypt Is generally rompleted Upper Egypt will prob ably show an increase In area of about 25 per cent In the delta the area is undoubtedly Increased but only by a tmall percentage Experiments show that a large ocean steamer going at 19 knots an hour will move a distance of two miles after Its engines are stopped and reversed and no authority gives less than a mile jr a mile and a half as the required vpaco to stop its progress Before leaving Dallas for his homo In Gainesville United States Senator J W Bailey authorized the statement that all of his Grapevine Prairie ranch has been sold This closes Mr Baileys farming operations In Dallas county Senator Bailey said he had sold the place because it was impossible for him to pay attention to it He had ho said spent one day on the farm In 18 months and such Inattention as this would never bring In any profits It Is seldom that anything but mul berry leaves are employed to feed silk works in France Very rarely tho worms hatch before the mulberry leaves are out and on such occasions they are fed young rose leaves for a few days About 90000 acres of land in Franco are planted in mulberry 40810 pounds of leaves are necessary to produce 22 ponnds of cocoons Tho production of fresh cocoons from one ounce of eggs in France varies from 45 to 147 pounds From New York to San Francisco In ten hours on a train of cars without wheels drawns at the rate of 300 miles an hour by a onehorsepower locomo tine and operated at one slxth the cost of an ordinary railway this is tho achievement promised for a new sys tern of railroading Invented by Prof A C Albertson an electrical engineer late of Copenhagen university Den mark The American and European governments have granted letters patent on the Invention The 214 wells completed In the liaku Russia oil field show an aver age depth of 1302 feet and an average Initial production of 292 barrels per well per day against an average depth of 108G feet and an average produc tion per well per day of 330 barrels for the 358 wells completed In 1901 Inv dicating a very material increase In the depth of drilling and a not Incon siderable falling oft in the average productiveness of the wells 011 Is worth at the wells twothirds of a cent a gallon Song birds will hereafter be as sate In tho west as they have been In the east A treaty of peace was arranged recently between the Millinery Jobbers association and the Audobon so duty A similar treaty was negoti ated In the east between the Millinery Merchants Protective association and the New York Audobon society and was the basis for the present agreement Under it the millinery men agree to discontinue the use of all song birds on hats also gulls terns humming birds and grebes For the first time In the history of Iowa a negro has occupied the bench as a circuit judge in the trial of ono of his fellow cltlzens This honor belongs to George H Woodson of Oska loosa During the progress of tho trial of Dellshman vs the Chicago Burlington k Quincy railway Judge n W Preston was called from the room and then came the call for some one to fill his place as judge Attorney Woodson was chosen Woodson was born In Virginia and In a personal friend of Booker T Washington CURRENT TOPICS Lord Curzon Is the twentyseventh governor of India More than 150 books on the war In South Africa have been published In Western Canada 260000000 acres of arable land today await the plow The greatest ranching country of the Canadian Northwest is Alberta Indias population is 300000000 one fifth of all the people In the world Last year the profit of the North German Lloyd Co was over 870525 Corsets do not cause appendicitis say a number of New York physicians In Ireland there are 211000 widows as compared with only 88000 widow ersKing Leopold of Belgium owns hun dreds of acres of tho finest estates in FranceAnother lunatic asylum for London Is to be built at Horton at a cost of 2850000At burial of a South London man his six dogs draped in black followed the cortege Mexico raises 50000 bales of the 100000 bales of cotton used each year In that country Plants with white blossoms have a larger proportion of fragrant flowers than any others There arc about 200 deaths In Eng land duo to weather One hundred and forty of these aro due to cold and the rest to sunstroke and lightning Ono person in every ten In Chicago according to health department esti mates Is sick with the grip It Is ot milder type than raged a low years agoThe number of Irrigated ditches and canals In operation In tho United States exceed 20000 and their com bined length Is not less than 50000 milesAbraham Lincoln of Lacy Springs Va a cousin of tho great emancipator Is a lineal descendant of the man after whom the martyred president was khedlve of Egypt Is fond of horses and has the most costly set of harness In tho world It was made In England cost 10000 and is for four horsesIn commemoration of the anniver sary of Mr Rhodes death a large party of Rhodeslans will make a pilgrimage to tho Matoppo Hills and place wreaths on his tomb A large area of coal and petroleum has been discovered In Kootenay B C near the northeast corner of Idaho and within 25 miles of the Canadian Pacific railway The number of employes In the New York municipal service has reached 45299 of whom 12000 are teachers and 10000 members of the police and fire departments Three children with three years per feet school attendance two with six one with seven and three with eight is the good record of a family attend ing a London school The exports of this country for Feb ruary wero valued at 125502105 which sum Is 12000000 In excess of any preceding February according to tho bureau of statistics The statement that the British navy would protect British commerce In time of war seems absurd when taken with tho fact that there are 6500 British merchantmen afloat Tho health authorities of Mazatlan have ordered that the streets and tho walls of houses shall be washed with petroleum once very month hereafter to kill bubonic plague germs Ladlslas Modaras of Iowa who was Kossuths minister of police In 1849 has lived In this country nearly years and Is now going back to Hungary to end his days A few years ago the United States exported all Its cotton last year out of a total crop of 9000000 bales It kept for home manufacture over 4 000000 bales of which northern mills are using 2200000 TO BE REINFORCED Danville Coln only Iteceivos Or dors to Go to Jackson Ivy Two Corporals Court Martlaled For Passing Through the Lines and For Sleeping on Duty Troops Are Badly Worn Out Jackson Ky May 2SThe special grand jury Wednesday afternoon bo gan investigation of the asa lnatlln of City Marshal James Cockrlll hero last July Jackson Ky May 29The frustra tlon of what the troops believe was n plot to rescue or kill Curtis Jett and Tom White Wednesday night Increas ed tension In Jackson Thursday How many men were Involved beside the one fired on and who returned the sentrys fire and what relation tho Incident had to the playing of a searchlight on the Jail grounds from a near by mountain side earlier In tho night are questions In which actual Interest Is felt The Illness of Judge Redwlnc put anew phase on tho entire situation It his condition grows worse a special judge will probably be appointed Tho attempt to remove the special bailiff B J Little Is a matter of much In terest The grounds offered are that his brother married Mrs E Marcuma sister and that the relationship might Influence him In tho discharge of tho duties of sheriff The Gatling gun squad remained on duty all night and momentarily e- xIted to be called on to repel an at tack Very few of the soldiers slept atallCapt B J Ewen star witness In the Xlarcum Investigation shook tho dust of Jackson from his feet Thursday both hurriedly and unceremoni ously Lexington Ky May 30Oilers were issued at midnight to send moro troops to Jackson Col Roger Wil lams who was called to Lexington by business Friday night received a cipher message from MaJ Embry Al len who Is In command in his ab sence stating tho necessity for more men Col Williams immediately con ferred with Gov Beckham who ap proved tho call Col Williams then caned Capt Ltllard of the Danvlllo company by telephone and ordered him tc Immedately assemble his men preparatory to coming to Lexington on a train arriving at oclock Tho company left hero for Jackson at 740 a m arriving there at 11 Capt Lll lard said he could bring 40 men They were assembled and held at the Dan ville armory Friday night Col Williams later sent an order toI Louisville for the company thi ro to bo held In readiness for orders to move In ease further reinforcements are needed The message from Maj Allen did not state what prompted tho requisition for more men Col Wil liams said It is true that the men there have been heavily taxed In the rigid patrol duty required and more men will relieve this However I will not sur mise as to what development or an ticipation of what development actu ated MaJ Allen Many people in Lexington construe the call for more troops as confirma tlon of the rumors that a force of men who proposed to rescue Curtis Jett and White was being recruited in tho interior of nreathitt county Jackson Ky May 30Jackson was quiet Friday night and had been throughout the day Not a shot was fired and the soldiers anticipate no trouble rime guards aK pretty badly worn out on account of continued sorry Ice Corps Jones and England were court mnrtialed on account of passing through the lines in four instances and sleeping on duty In the second Jonas had been on duty 48 hours The vor duct In both cases was kept secret Jackson Ky June I Common wealths Attorney Ilynl and Attorney Thomas Marcum brother of the man whom Jett and White are accuser of assassinating who will assist In the prosecution held a conference Sunday night and formally announced that the trials of the men would be held at this term of court Byrd said finally that he would not request or recom mend a change of venue He says that the moral effect produced by the presence of the troops would be lost and the danger to witnesses If there la danger would be Increased Jurors will be secured from tome other countyIt believed that the defense will try for a continuance Capt R A Burton of Shelbyville preached in a local church Sunday aft ernoon A few soldiers who could bo spared attended So far as can be observed the re- turnIng of a second Indictment against Jett charging him with James Cock rills murder has not affected his peace of mind The sentries on Sunday night were looking for the search light which was wen again Saturday night The soldiers hope to locate it The town was quite Sunday Hospitals For Consumptives Chicago June 1 Chicago has now for tho first tlmo a hospital exclusive Dlshop lIanltalrlumaccording to the most Improved methods Insurgent Band Besieged Salonlca Juno 1Turklsh troops arc beqlcfilng an Insurgent band which ccupies an Island In tako Amatlva The besiegers have vainly tried to burn out the Insurgents with petro learn MORMON DEFIANCE Brigham H Roberts Hurled It at the World at the Tabernacle Salt Uike Utah Juno l11rlghnm II Roberts hurled a Mormon defiance to the entire United States in the tnb ernacle Sunday afternoon and In at address remarkable for Its eloquent sarcasm nail denunciation scored th Presbyterian general assembly whirl has been In session In lxs Angelc Mormonlsm ho sold has come to stay He referred with wlthrring sar casm to the warning uttered by one of the delegates at the general nssem lily last week who likened Mormon ism to an octophs and said that It cannot be civilized reformed nor educated but It must be crushed and that the time to strike Is now Tho Church of Jesus Christ or Lnt ter Day Saints occupies a position so exalted that It can smile at the efforts of men to crush It or destroy it he said The aimless reasoning and Impotent utterances of these men are shafts that fall harmless at the feet of God They can not deal with us ar cording to tho ordinary laws of civil latlon Mormonlsm can not bo reach cal through civilization education or reform SWEPT BY FIRE A 300000 Loss In the Manufacturing District In Racine Wit Racine Wls Juno 1Jolrl Sunday afternoon swept tho southern mnnu factoring district ot Racine doing 300000 damage The main losses fol low Itacine Boat Manufacturing Co factory lumber 100000 J I Case threshing machine shops 150000 Standard 011 Co tanks and sheds 25000 Unit a dozen residences and small factories 25000 The fire started In the holler room of the Karl no Moat Manufacturing Co and before the firemen had arrived n tank of gasollnn which was stencil near by for use In the gasoline boats built by the company exploded 1 tower of flame 300 feet high shot up Into the air but as it was Sunday no one was about the factories and no one was injured QUARRELED OVER CRAP GAME Two Negroes and a White Boy Killed and a Third Terribly Beaten Pitta burg Pa Juno lTwo Negroes and a white boy were killed and a third Negro terribly beaten in a quarrel over a game of craps at High Bridge West Liberty Sunday after noon The enraged mob of whites had the rope about the neck of tho third Negro and were dragging him to a tree to lynch him when ho was ton cued by oincerm Both sides had revolvers and during tie battle a hundred or noire shots were fired The quarrel was tho result of an attempt on tho part of the white boys to break the crap game THE ERIE POLICE FORGE Mayor Hardwick Has Acepted Their Resignation Erie fa June 1llnyor Hardwick has nif eptvd the resignation of the city pollie force whose signatures were af fixed to the ultimatum sent to him last Tuesday In which the 34 patrol men stated that unless their snlarlrs were increased from to 75 Injfnri Juno 15 they would leave the employ of the city At 7 oclock Monday moil log the force will consist of Chief Sul IRan Capt Culhane Special Officer Marshall and Clerk Luslln Indian Plague Bacilli Ixnulon Juno IThe Sofia corre spondent of tho Dally News lays ho learns that the revolutionary leaders In Itnl nrla have obtained a quantity of Indian plague bacilli and arc determined that unless the powers in terfere In their behalf to infect Con stantinople Salonlca and Merlin Baron Hlrsh Monument New York June IIn a conspicu ous place in Central park Is soon to b t erected a monument to Philanthropy bearing a tablet showing In relief Lusts of the Baron and Rareness Do lllrfch In whose honor the memorial is to lw raised Men of all creeds wit unite Jn giving to this tribute Quarantined Mall and Merchandise Lima Peru Juno ITho merchants hero are trying to arrange with Ger man steamers to bring from Panama malls and merchandise detained there through fear of contagion because of time existence of the bubonic plague here Many Persons Injured Santa Barbara Cal June INear- Ir 30 persons were Injured by the rail ing of four coaches of the Southern Pacific southbound overland limited passenger train down a 40 foot em bankment Into the Pacific ocean Three Young Men Drowned Bristol R I June IWhile trying to reach a sailboat anchored about 50 yards from shore In Mount Hope bay Sunday evening a party of six Fall River young men were capsized and three wero drowned Will Resign His Seat Houston Tex Juno Congress man T IL Hall representing the Eighth district has made public his Intention of resigning his seat due to tho press of private business The resignation is to tako effect November 4 Rios Sentenced to Death Manila June 1ltaperto Rlos the fanatical Filipino leader In the pro vince of Tajabas who was recently capture has been convicted of murder and sentenced to death Twentyseven ef his followers1 also were convicted DR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount to Students Richmond Kentucky Lltdlru1 Clillilrrn Inillnl All ladies and children who cannot stand the tihcMkiug strain of laxative syrups cathartics etc are invited to try tho fnmoiiH Little Early Risers They nrodlllVrent from ell otlu r pills They do not purgo tho Hyntem Even n doublo dose wi1I0t grip weaken or sicken runny people call them tint Easy Pills 11 H Hoivell HoiiHton Tex Hays nothing better can bI used for constipation Hick headache etc C Moore Lafayette led HnY1111OtiIOI griponud sicken while DoWitts Little Early Risers do their work well and patty Sold by East End Drug Co 14 REASONS Why 41 Mrs A T Fish can best please you in MILLINERY AND NOTIONS Largest Stock 2 Lowest Priciii J Longest sprilllt 4 Rest Styles Mtn oniilly selected in the iHVitmiirkot sew York City COR MAIS ASP CKXTCR STS linnet t Mot WvMlhrr tWnknro If you feet fagged out listless and lacking in energy you taro jxrhapN suffering from the debilitating eUVcU of summer weather These Hymptons indicate that n tonic in noodcd that will create n healthy appetite snake digestion perfect regulate tho bowel and impart natural nativity to tilt liv ea This Heruiun will do it m n tonic laxative and restorative II J Frey gard prop Grand View Ilotel Chen- ey Kan writes II have used Her bind for the last twelve years mind nothing on earth can boat it It wax rcccommondod to mo by Dr Newton Newton Knu roc at East End Drug Cos REPAIR THAT LOOM heron College has secured market for homwjpuu and homowoven grads such as bed coverlids linon dress linsoy Jeans blankets etc at follow ing prices Coverlidf f 4 to 6 Linen 10 to fIG cents n yard Dress LiiiBoy BO cents B yard Jeans GO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dies 13 a pair White Nancy and white blankets are not In demand ouly on orders Covorlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2i yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to soil cover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply iu per ron or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky A splendid Itemed Neuralgic pains rheumatism lumbago and eciatic pains yield to tho penetrating influence of Ballards Snow Liniment It penetrates to tho nerves and bone and being absorbed into the blood ita healing properties are conveyed to every part of the body and effect some wonderful cures Mr D F Moore Agent Illonoia Central Railway Milan Tennstatesll have used Ballarda Snow Liniment foi rheumatism backache etc in my family We could not do without it1 25c 50c and F1O0 at East End Drug Co et MONUMENTSI Urns headstones Staluarr ii Granite and Marble Work of all kinds done iu n vorkmaulikn manner nt flU sonablo prices nullwith dispatch All work guar nutllll hy GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky ttirnri ol MM mi t llin Alta 1IA tluu Mlliikf K C DitWitt r Co in the until of t tlio linn who timko time genuine Witch Hael Salvo UII VittH in the Witch IInvnl Salvo Unit licaln without leas ini it scar It is II serious mistake to list any other DuWittV Witch llael i Salvo curl Wind hlmling itching and protruding piles hunts bruised eczema mid nkin disease Sold by luiht Knd Drug Co DR M Er JONESI 4e Dentist 4e Office Over Ilintinu ollK Office Days Wednesday 10 end of the week- GARNET HOTEL Newly FitlMlup Meats lit nod Lodging nt opiilat prices Second nl opreite Court Hue Ilirhmond Ky R G ENGLE Prop Nadal CHu Vrelh Hy Itmblliig the digestive nrgnnnto dgt t HHMitiilati anti trniiNfuriii ALL of tin wholesome food that rules into tit kind of limed that I1ourIinlay the limes fiixU the t j liatditiH tilt IItnotl nviiprrnli tliH organs of the entire body Kodol 1UYPIIH1iltanti ell Htoniadi ditiotdiin Sell by East gull Drug Co Without HarnessI tle useIjhiUIIItllInnd ornamental If style itt desired our SIO BUGGY HARNESS will fill time bill to n dot It light handsome maid very durable- If strength in the Ill liu considera lion our 320 TEAM HARNESS will meet mill requirements Couldnt be stronger if it was mill iron T IRichmood Cninllpntril Homrlt To have good health the body should be kept iu laxative condition and the bowels moved nt least once a day so that all the poisonous wastes are expelled daily Mr O L Edwards 142 N Main St Wichita Knit sas writes I have used lorbine to regulate the liver and bowels for the past ten years and found it a reliable remedy f at Eaot End Drug Co OGG CO GROCERIES and DRY GOODS Fruit and Vegetable a SpecialtytSole agent lot Banner Cream Bread I OPPOSITE IDRDCTTES MILL THE CITIZEN 3BEREA COLLEGE AND THE NEGRO There linn Viola touch miniinilor 1mifof Doittii College towards people of color that it may bo well to give n brief Htutoiiiiiit of facts Kiriit Heron wax foundod linforotho Civil Vnr and hud a largo attoiidnnco of vhilo NlndontH Tliii first colored 1 Htiidonts wore received in IWJTi 1h I colored coimtittito a small minority in HIM hchool lion IIIIH nwor been any occasion for lowering thin Htnndnrd of tlJllIIIr po cnliar in thin matter On thin contra ly any Hclinol of high grade which ex cludxH tint Negro ill peculiar Hiir vartl I ho oliet collegu in America ndinitH NegrooH Chicago University till iiuwt rapidly growing institution t in tlia United StiitcH mlinitu Negroes Columbia tho richest institution iu tho Unii d Slntiw admitx Negro The Nmno in trio of nil the greeter Slato univcrmtioM Tlu Prrmdont of till larger llnthn list whorl in the world recently wrote If lei en Col lego mif rfH in any degree IMHHIIHI of iU ChriMiiaii principle on this 101111 I hoK it in receiving full coinpciiNntion and morn for Mich low in the grain f esteem nod WlllltCt in thu uiindN of this lIohlllf old Utter public that knows nod honors its record Third it is n matter of Chrmtiim Jlrilll plo with nil theno greet Inxtitu tioiiH to trent a colored nmti exactly they would trout a whiUi moan of llin mimo chnrncter Pleaso not ico that inch man ought to bo trotted according to wind ho hafl math of hinmelf If ho dirty lor Immoral white or black ho is to lit comlomti ed if ho bits mndo hinmolf honorable and riwjviHtable ho ithonld bo rimpcct wl Wo hlioidd not denpimt or din conrago man bocaiiw 110 in Mlles or IMHHIIKO ho black Fourth in fuel a truo Christian will tako pniim to help nod iincourngo any mnn who ill lamo or blnck or who linn any other ininlortmi for which ho in trot to liluinc Itmm CliriMt taught IIH that alt cnrcH for all iinforliiuatoM In oi touch ax yo into done it unto ono of the least of those my brethren ye luau done it unto mo ho says Ho steal up for yin de pmed Samnri I taiiH shill it in for his sake that hares miniHtorM to thorn who are despised in our timo Fifth the Negro fists abundantly recognition n man ibis 1tIUII dovclnpi under education stud 1IVlHI hut railhMloftelsNholvslargo abil Hm fidelity to hit matter fam 1lIyin tilt Civil War nhowcd hill good ntHM of heart and his service in hath t tutu Civil War and the SpaniMi War shovel his courage and patriotiNin Sixth bliss dots not mean that wo hhonld favor intermarriage It Htrnngo to IIH that tinny IN ople bring that up Wo do not furor hr temmrriiigo with any other raco thu JowMor tho UnmiiiiiiH for example Wo do Htand for moral purity and vir tue need hero Levi fewer mulat to children Ixirn in the region which Herea inlluences than in soy other part of tilt South Seventh thu con rut which Keren ban purmied for munv yearn Ilex gristly lenelited tho wholo Common wealth Tim school lists Ik ont orR strictly high grads Hvidoncea of goal moral character have been re quired from every perNOii admitted Ncgrooft hnvo boon encouraged to im prove themttelvcN and taught Helfro ttpcct The colored opln liavo bion improved Whito people hnvo emancipated from unreaflonablo pro judico 1onco prosperity have been promoted And none of HIM bud roHitltH which woro prtMlict l hnvo como to PUSH Some pooplo still rail at Heroa but when outs nsktt thom whnt tutu fruits hnvo hoop thoy can only say that lieren has dono xllo I nil class s Tho prejudice agnftiHt Boron waH sonst what natural in a region onto corned by human shivery and among JIM 11I who havo never traveled beyond Uioir own narrow horizon bulthat prejudice IIIIH almost wholly puHHod away Eighth while those nro tho princi plus held by nil Iho teachers nl Uoren we do slot rapliro ovary HliidouttoReo things exactly in this WilY No ono t cnu object to working in the same oliiBH with n colored boy more than to working iu tho HBIIIO field with him It ia a rare thug for n colored Btudont to Ixi obtrusive or n white fltudeut ovorlenriiig and ono who is thought loss iu Ruck ways soon loams matters r4 White Ouch colored Btudenta unrer room together and there ia no tocidl ompiilslon Each Htudent m free to select hula own company tiorenti way iui Hunsible and Chris byIlu the world Inor 14V DOIXIE SERMON TO VETERANS Prof Dodge says The soldiers pension should not be more for what he did forty years ago than for what he does as a good citizen today Prof Dodgn prenched tho nnniial Hcrtnoii to tho Captain Went Post of thin 0 A It in the Korea Talxrnnclo lfny2I ands okO in pert as follows That four yearn htrugglo lists taken its place an ono of Iho landmarks of history To you who havo had exper ience on tho Hold need not explain thnt wnr IKl10t nil glitter and show True it is that when the bunting drum or thin Hounding bugle summons to nrms tho pulno loops to n quicker lx at Thorn in n fascination in being ono of nn advancing column keeping exact step with hundreds of fellows Hut this is not all Far tho greater part of war is made up of less showy duty Touts must lw pitched grounds Kliced guns scoured The Mold ior must make long marches bearing wearisome londs Ho must stout on the sentinels post perhaps iu tho biting frost or the drenching rain Ho trust snlTer lack of cloth ing and food deprived of the cheer ing looks and words of those bust loved To meet nil these tests with cheerfulness and fidelity actuated by a sense of duty and of consecration to n principle guarantees the approving Hinilo of the inlimto God When WRrI is waged with such motives it is no longer a barhnrimn It is noble and tllllll10uglIlItl plnco assigned him be it humble or oxnltcd the baptism of lire becomes sncrnment Tin God who dealt ao with nny nation wns IUlltllllgI him Nor woo it only those who weut to tho front who took tho four years course iu the college of war and who saved tho nation or rather inndo in place of thin old nation a now one in which freedom shall ho nn estnblish od fact It was the American peoplo that put down rebellion Tho chief forces sure not physical Brute force nlono cannot make or snvo a nation Tho commissary is as necessary as tho nrsenal Thu timid truehearted woman did her share along with tho lionhearted man And whilo wo gratefully acknowledge tho Divine loading in that crucial epoch of iii to 05 wo shall not forgot that it took so long to win tho victory because God would not give RUCCCHS until wu wore ready tobronk every yoke nnd lot tho oppressed go free And wo dowell to admit that on tho other side was muck of that snmo devotion which whether wisely directed or not God cnnnot but honor Tho human forces which tho AllFather used to carry out his benevolent plans are ns brond ns our country and are bounded by tho cra dIe and tho grave Friends outside do you wonder at tho bond which unitosthe participants iu that warY Not nil were saints who fought for tho Union None of us fully realized how God was using im to carry out his own plans of love We are diverse In experience in ninny essentials of chnrnctnr Rut we havo one great experience in com mon Our Grand Army Post is the most leveling of institutions There is with us n growing sense of tho value of our monthly past meetings Nearly livery time of late I hoar the remark This is tho lest one yet Moro more wo realize that the limo is growing short Slower and slower must bo thin march to the con every on Decoration day to enable de crepit comrades to keep in lino Since our last Memorial Sunday two mem bers of Captain Jninos West Post have booms mustered out What was mor tal of Martin Mahnlfoy lies just be yond Brushy Fork Tho remains of Lewis C Gnbbnrd repose in yonder cemetery Others can hardly realize thin love that old soldiers hnvn for one another If I knew thnt bolero an other twelve mouths should roll around I should ho one of those to fallout ol thin ranks forever I should wish that my comrades without re spect to rank or race might attend my funeral And now dear1 comrades my lost nnd most important word is to you Wo sure partners in a vast cooperative society of eighty million souls our counlrv Goths signal favor lion been conspicuous iu tho post nnd he has plans and uses for this peoplo in the future Wo hind nn important part during thin civil war but we may have n part no Ness important now If we turn noble nnd true more and more shnll wo bo objects of interest nn i affection How this thought ought to sol emnize us and fill us with humility Those who draw pensions tire not re ceiving the beggars portion if they art doing the true citizens duty Tho soldiers pmisiou should not be more for what ho did forty years ago than for what ho dots today Could I reach uiy ideal it would not bo to have mon say of mo when I nm gone that I have realized my youthful ambition to anuses wealth gain vast learning or win hick earth ly position but that my memory will ho a benediction to those who stay not that I may secure the admiration accorded to nn Alexander or a Caesar hut n little of thnt love which wells forth for Christ Tho blossoms and tender loaves of spring the full glad boughs of summer lire beauti ful but those are only the promise of autumn when tho branches bow down with their weight of luscious fruit So the springtime of youth and the midsummer of robust manhood should be the preparation for time rich fruitage of tho autumn of our declin ing years Tho fragrance of the ma tured character like that of ripe fruit ought to be n blessing to all around There is n God There is a future Thor is an eternity of joy for those who consecrate themselves to tho service of Him who has loen lending us us n nation nnd who is tho guardian of ovary individual life lq Miss Ida M Snyder Trvnmirvr ol II i Ilrooltlyii Int laud Art Club 61f women would more attention to NPPYIvuwould observe results they would find that the doctors prescriptions do not perform the many cures they are given credit for In consulting with my druggist he ad vised McElrees Wine and Thed lords BlackUraught and so took It and have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with restored health and It only took three months to cure me Wine of Cunliii H a regulator of tho menstriiiil functions and is n stoat aa Uni nil ing torte for women It cures scanty supproshci too frequent irreg ular painful menstruation falling of the vruuili whites and It is helpfulwlllnllppmachin woman uring iinifimiioy after child birth life It frequently bringi a dear baby to homes that have been barren for an All dru tgists 8100 wttkuf Wine lanluiWINEoFCARDUi1 1 2 At One Half the Cost Lion Coffee has better strengthand flavor than many socall ed fancy brands Hulk coffee at the same price is not to be compared with Lion in quality- In I lb air tight scaled packages Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky 000SnrphlH We solicit your patronage JAMES BENNETT Pres- S S PAR K ES Cashier m SAVE MONEY By buying NEW AND SECONDHAND FURNITURE AND STOVES of R H CHRISMAN A THE EYES OF MEN AND WOMEN are similar in all respects Their con dition and requirements whoa exam hued are generally very different This is caused by difference iu work and temperament GLASSES to suit these conditions and require meats are made and here Testa made by skilful opticians with modern scientific instruments put us in possession of information which us furnish just tho right oyosPrices T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky IAwyY ryiug Wove too many siraty beta curl in order to prooul car over B Mingle OliO we have cut prices to the hot tom Note these great reductionsI250 Hats for 150 100 Hats for 75 200 Hats for 125 75 Hats for 50 I 150 Hats for 95 50 Hats for 39 125 Hats for 85 25 Hats for tqlii NN MN NN NNn 1NNNNN NN Great CUT PRICE sale of FINE STRAW HATS N 1N1NNN NNHNNNN N ii All the latest styles bright clean and fine A greatiIopporlulity for n atyliHh lint at n remarkably low price Come and seeICovington Banks RICHMOND KENTUCKY u J i UJJ i1J1D1fnmmr RN ACCIDENT IW HAPPEN TO YOU So always keep in your home shop factory a bottle officeI paracampll f The only sure quick relieving and healing remedy for Burns Cuts Bruises Swellings Inflammations and all hurts Paracamph will give you more sat isfaction than any external remedy you ever used If it fails your money will be refunded So try it Excellent for Chapped Hands and for use after Shaving- At all Drauiite 2c sad 100 BoWel For sale by S E WELCH Druggist I Phone Night Phone Jim Dumps a little girl possessed Whom loss of appetite distressed I des tant I the child would scream Jim fixed a dish of Force with cream She tasted it then joy for him She begged for more from Sunny Jim The Ikadr toServe Creed a good fairy to all youngsters Perfect Food for Children II Wheat to a perfect summer cereal and efforts should be made to teach Ibl dren to eat It Louisa E HOOAN toflow to Feed Children A wa If Its From Joplen9sI Its Good A full lino of PUKNITUICE always on hand JOPLINSUWo invite Bores friends to make themselves at home at when In Richmond CARPETS nod MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day 47 66 and eat our 73 JO Sa JOPLIN Richmond Ky I THINGS WHICH YOU OFTEN BUY Cuff and Collar buttons Pocket books and Tooth brushes and Letter paper PasteEnvelopesPocket halves GoodsRazorsDrugs nnd Patent Fruits and Candies Breakfast Foods Medicinoa Ice Cronin Soda Groceries Tho best place to buy thom is the EAST END DRUG CO- t The Outlook fWoman Suffrage By CARRIE CHAPMAN CATT President National American Woman Suffrage Association Though the past season has seen no such great woman suffrage victory as that of a year ago when Australia conferred full suffrage upon her women citizens yet the winters work has not been without encouraging features Australia is perhaps about to take another step in advance There is on foot a movement to scat a woman Miss Vida Goldstein in the parlia ment of that great country Miss Goldstein is known to many Americans through addresses de livered last winter in many cities Vith restrictions in some provinces of Canada women now possesses municipal suffrage throughout the British empire ex cept in South Africa and here the premier has announced his intention of introducing in the provincial parliament a bill con ferring it In Holland too the social democratic party has just added municipal suffrage for women as a plank to its political platform- In this country during the past year woman suffrage bills of different sorts have been introduced in the legislatures of 15 states and territories and though no notable gains have been made there have been Indications of increased strength In Arizona for instance a bill granting to women complete suffrage was passed by both houses of the legislature though prevented byveto of the governor from becoming law 1 In the United States we do not move anj faster than is desired by the whole people In the parliaments of the British provinces which often seem to set us examples the greater number of bills arc intro duced and passed as government measures Vhen the premier of South Africa is convinced of the wisdom of woman suffrage the province is fairly likely to get it Under our different system which involves the personal interest and responsibility of the individual citizen we move more cautiously than do countries esteemed conservative BUT SLOWLY THOUGH WE ADVANCE THE CAUSE OF WOMAN SUFFRAGE IS SURELY GAINING HEADWAY The Higher Civic Life By HAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE Author and Editor of The Outlook What an education in right living may be supplied by right government You will need to teach the boy fewer maxims of morality if he knows the city guards the water that he drinks and that the fruit and meat and milk that come to its markets arc above suspicion You will need to preach to the boy less often about neatness if the citys streets are clean You will bring up cit izens with better notions of the true and good if the skyline of the citys houses is right architecturally if grass is green in the parks and if fountains and statues beautify the squares Environ boys with uprightness and beauty atmosphereI create a an ower- It is too much the fashion to decry the town If man made it and God made the country it is also true that the noblest works are those in which God and man have cooperated God made the marbles of Carrara and Pcntclicon and man made from them the Acropolis at Athens and the Moses of Michael Angelo To get together is the natural impulse of humanity and it is by rubbing against his fellows that man lights the brightest fires of his genius The modern city is a natural and inevitable growth the chief trouble with it is that it has too many residents who arc not citizens The modern city wants citizens in the true sense men who will givebraining the civic virtues A city before it can appeal to the heart and the imagination must be something more than a center of commerce It must be the center of the Ikst efforts of the best men of the age Solutionforlndustrial Difficulties By GEORGE H ANDERSON Distinguished Member of the Massachusetts Bar capitalFirst that the parties to the contest should become so near ly equal in real and apparent power that each may come to respect the other to the end that an equilibrium approximating justice precedentlegislationrespectforappeal must be to justice 1Itis one of the present responsibilities of capitalistic organization to the evil it has wroughtto teach the voters that the powers of the ballot box and of the legislative hall arc to be held and exercised as a sacred trust for the benefit of Hie community as a Whole OJVLITTLE MERCY AT THE HANDS OF ITS ADVERSARIES WHEN THEY DISCOVER THEIR REAL POWER IF SO CIALISM COMES THE MAIN RESPONSIBILITY WILL REST UPON THE CAPITALISTIC ORGANIZATIONS The Modern Woman By PROF BRANDER MATTHEWS F the twentieth century woman has become a distinctive type apart from her type in all ages it is simply as a real thing slowly takes shape and form out of the halflimited features of an ideal Wfiat poets and painters have dreamed and sung about her the I woman herself has brought into living breathing existence She is neither better nor worse than of old She is more developed more jrounded more complete but only because she knows more of the art of rightly putting herself together and of making a perfect and beautiful whole out of the parts of her nature which up to the present seem some how to have eluded her grasp o sD o A TEMPERANCE LECTURE Dow a Quaker EOTrclnallr Sllrnrfd the Stan Whto I1a ntrd Tks1 He Kept a Decent Saloon Several persons among them a Quaker were crossing the Allegheny mountains in a stage A lively discussion arose on the sub ject of temperance and the liquor question and those engaged in it were handled without gloves One of the company remained si lent Alter enduring It as long ns he could he said- Gentlemen I want you to under stand that I am a liquor dealer I keep a public house of but I r FRIEND THAT IS THE MOST DAMV INO PAHT OF THE BUSINESS1 would have you know that I have a license and keep n decent house I dont keep loafers and loungers about my place and when a man has enough he can get no more at my barI sell It to decent people and do a respectable business He thought he had put a quietus on the subject and that no answers could be given Not BO The Quaker sold Friend that Is the most damning part of the business If thee would only sell to drunkards and loafers thee would help to kill off the race and society would be rid of them nut thee takes the young the poor the Innocent and the unsuspect ing and make drunkards and loaf era of them When their character and money Is gone thee kicks them out and turns them over to the other shops to be finished off and thee ensnares others and sends them on the same road to ruin- LONDON DEAL IN PORT WINE One Firm Bar 33OOOO UallaMB Ike Largrat rrlvlr CohCt Ever Mad r A London firm has purchased at Oporto upwards of 2000 pipes of port wine 330000 gallons including sam pies of most of time finest vintages since 1870 This is the largest private contract ever made for old wines Oporto sells pipes of port wine annual 110 England The recent transaction means that 1400000 bottles of port wine will be placed on the market within a month Port is coming into favor again and after champagne Is the wine most sought after Since 1873 when the new system of vine grafting came Into vogue port is produced that matures In twelve Instead of twenty years Merchants however generally coIn plain that wine drinking Is daily de clining many wealthy nnd fashionable people substituting spirits and soda for dinner NEWS AND COMMENTS The devil Is delighted to see young men upend their Rime in the grog shop National Advocate San Francisco Cal la considering in its city council the restricting Its sa loons to 100 in number Five abstinence Is said to be- requred if the inebriates cure is to be absolutely permanent Even the temperance people were happily BUpprised at the large major- Ity recorded against the saloon at the recent election in Brownsville Ore Time Order of Acorns has established a notreating tavern in New York It is the object to eliminate private pro tit from liquor selling and to separate the tratllc from politics The Itev George K McDonald theI Baptist minister who resigned Ida pas torah to open a saloon in Bronx X Y has found the business unprofit able He has closed his tmloon and con fessed his sin before a meeting of his own church The report now Pekln that the Chinese authorities have ordered all foreign saloon keepers to close their saloons and to leave the city within three days thereby removing from the city one disgrace to western civiliza tion and a hindrance to omission work VorkJnc a Reform The new temperance blacklist law in England seems to be rigorously en forced Over 100 inebriates have been blacklisted in London A woman who tdon the blacklist has been sent to prison for a month for try ing to obtain drink nod n man and woman we refined for obtaining liquor for drunken friends rar THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Itiion In the lalrrnnlloiinl SIIIfor June T IDOtt Iunf Sac and Shipwreck TUB LESSON TEXT Acts 773311 onPauling This day Is the fourteenth day that ye have tarried and continued tasting Imv lug taken nothing a Wherefore pray you to take some meat for thin Is fur your health for there shall not mi bale full from the head of any of you 35 And when he had thus spoken he took bread und gave thanka to Ood In presence of them ull and when he had broken it he began to eat- S Then were they all of good cheer and they also took some meat twohundredtheylightenedInto the sea E And when It was day they knew not the land hut they discovered a certain creek with it shore Into which they were minded If It were possible to thrust In the ship And when they had taken up the an chore they commuted themselves unto the sea and loosed the rudder bands and hoisted up the mainsail to the wind und made toward shore 411nd falling into a place where two teas met they ran the ship aground and the forrpurt stuck fast and remained un movable but the hinder part was broken with the violence of the waves 4i And the soldiers counsel was to kill the prisoners lest any of them should calm out und escape U Hut the centurion willing to save Paul kept them from their purpose and com manned that they which could swim should east themselves lint Into the sea und get to land- 111nd the rut some on board and some on broken pieces of the ship Ando It came to pass that they cscuped all safe to land GOLIIKX TrXT Him they cry un to Ihord In their trouble and Ile hrlnurth tiaras out of their distresses Im IKTiU- HOfTIINK OF SCltlPTtrilK SECTION The voyage to CreteAct 7711 The great stormNAcla r7Jo- Pauls cheering words AcdrTIIU The anchoring Acts r rT1- Xrrtchlng the shipNNActa Ml Safe lo land Acts CH- TIMBA U UN 1l1C1Sledlterranean sea NOTES AND COUHXTS In the lesson for two weeks ngo Paul WOK prisoner at Cacsnrca where he load been confined for two years lie had appealed his case to the emperor and was waiting to be sent to Rome for trial In this lesson the voyage beginsIn tudIII this voyage remember ing that he was a prisoner think vhat kindof a moan Paul must have been to have pained such influence on board the ship Paul vas one of a number being sent to Home under guard at this time At My ra the convoy of pris oners was transferred to one of the Alexandrian grain ships bound for Rome The ship encountered head wind most of the time The Kant day of Atonement was late In September or early In October according to the year During the winter navigation was discontinued entirely Note several things Inverses 012 showing that a meeting was held to discuss what WAS hest to do Paul wee an Important man and a great traveler for those days and was pres ent at the council Euraqttllo ii from Euros time east wind anal Aqtillo the north wind Compare our ex pre lion a northeaster The boat T Irt was the small boat towed behind time ship For lowered the gear we should say shortened sail The Byrtln was till much dreaded quick sand along the African coast The storm had lasted nearly two weeks Oilier rs and crew had given themselves up for lost and were do Ing nothing when Iaul came to the rescue nnd calm clearheaded and confident succeeded in rallying the men to renewed effort Notice how Paul seems to stand head and shoulders above all the rest nn the ship How do you account for 11 It was now questionif where to run the ship aground and In order to choose u favorable a place as possible It was necessary lo have daylight Pauls vigilance prevented the desertion of the crew without whom It would have been hard to bench the ship successfully Picture to yourself the scene on the ship in the dusk of the morning es pecially time part Paul playedand time heartrending effect of his words and example Throwing out the wheat The lighter the ship was thp closer could she run to shore before striking bottom Loosing the bands of the rudders The rudders were two enormous oars worked by hand from the stern They land been pulled out of the water for fear the waves would break them The revised version Is inure accurate here than time common Note the differences epeclally In verse 40 Where two seas met Thin was probably n bar such as often runs be wren two neighboring Islands Ham say believes that finding thix was a piece extraordinary good fortune Kill the prlMoners If a Itoman soldier could not produce bin prisoner when called for he forfeited Ida life Was 1auls Influence on this voyage due simply to his strong personality and good judgment or was it largely due to the fact that hr was a mUll of led What Idea of Christianity do you suppose Pauls khlpmalcs carried out limbo the world with them as a result of what they saw of It on time OJAgeIRCTICAI8UOOFSTJONS In time of danger n Christian has a tourrc of strength and cheer Unit oth ers do lot have In time danger n Christian will In tercede for others all well as fur himself In time of rtungcrn Christian will try to contort and encourage others In time of danger u ChrUtiiiiiM faith in flod will be most coiuiplououtlj shown It in Idle to predict dl sster Tor time women dally paper in Chicago It may get to be all the style Berea College III 1856 4 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACII OF ALLIOver 40 Teachers and 100 Students from 28 States Cellefe Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS moOtfApplied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young and Domestic Science for young Ladle Trade BcheeUCirpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal Oeurscs For Teachers Throe courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy Coarse Four years fitting for College for business and for life College CoursesLiterary Scientific Classics leading to Baccalaure ate degrees MusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction ia a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for tern IIS Week may be brought wltblM 14OO about SIC to be paid in advance The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation alists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations ref INfOHUIOl ttt rilCKDlY AOtKC Mass IN StCttTAIV WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky More Weber WagonsH- ave been sold in flarwt this year titan ever before of any wagon in the lImo Inngth of time WEBER is King ofall BICKNELL EARLY Sole Agts uH NNI NNNINNNNNNI IIINIIMNNNINNN IIINNININNNNNNIN WN N1111N1 Madison County Roller Mills 4M 1011111 1CornOur GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour 111 11 11010101IPotts Duerson t Whiles Station Ky I NNN1 WININ NIIINNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNN N1NN n THEODORE JR r OUAHANTKKI SATISFACTION Founded 1will stand my roffirtton Duroc Jersey Roar nl my homo in Beroa Ky for the spring season of 1003 at M cents payable at time of norrico hogrthe post season and in endorsed by twine of the bout brooders in the county and hits Hoivnd in thin herd of J W Herndon J M EARLYn Richmond AI KyGreenhouses ILONG DISTANCE PHONE NO 188 IPlants Cut Flowers and Designs REICHSPFARR Prop t Ohio College This College was organized in 1815 and the r Hth Annual Session befiins stout October irkvi n i areoSlOOOueaurgery 1 bslntctors Its build ngs are modern aud well t to the nquirementa of modern dental rH Ilment of Dentistryedmicalion nod its clinics are unsurpassed U cltolcftlsultrucnarts 111 HF I I tf For further information and announce Arcuuument address H H SMITH D D S Deco1ltt I ventral lif e11 Place Cincinnati Ohion Court HI ClnclnnaU o w swsrK r IMV SHIP FROM SPAIN on whose wrinkled cheeky of storm and batting lall- Ilavn you not seen on itlitnnt sear f 80ml here a glimpse of stranger sall Ierchnnce when evening lhadow felt nlghttpllftedThen illpnlnr slowly from the slcht III icoldAndAnd bear a perfume faintly sweet Of roses on the hllli of Bpnln 4k Youth promised me long years ago This ship would sometime come to 811 And heLl Its lade of wealth and fame rroro distant land beyond the sea It whyItvain And In some unknown harbor lie And Idly fret in rusting chain kttatiMII IVB beat the anvil tRee Anfttl the heated furnace Mast An lf rallh of brawn and honest loll Into lifes clrcllna currents cast Ive climbed the headland morn and nlTo scan the dark horizon line To catch a glimpse far far at sea Of this belated ihlp Of mine awayAndMy whitening hair and feeble steps HuuRrit that It may come too late Ior what Is wealth to him who dies sinTheNpalnIta 9lFIFIfIF1f7F 8 VNNNhl ff t ll Ayl4ei i The Intervention of ia Kindly Fate tcl dt I rC sr By JOHN HAINEi8 iffe1ir rrrlgtIa1rb41rstrrIub tJ unltergirl werr piling chain TilE of the cleared table the ca hler vas nrrnn iiiK her money the few remaining diners were preparing to depart Eat lisrew ton listening to the story nf her companion with a faint mlle and wide Impenetrable1 eya fixed on the outer darkness beyond the bril liantly lighted street windows lipped her black coffee with apparent placidity but an inward feeling closely akin to detpalr The torTht kept back was far more thrilling than that which her companion was relating Hernwan rapidly approaching a dranmtlecllmax wbirh his was not Nearly a year before to take up her storyBdhcr Newton left free nnd all but pennllesi by the sudden death of her father had rome to the city with ten dollars In illrer anti a port folio of clever drawings for capital A ktibllme hope and confidence supported by almost Incredible Ignorance of the world ami her ioii ible chances had upheld her In the Iteglnnlng thrdrjm Ing by Rood iack hud taken the fancy of a certain uew paper editor Time moderate Ucce that followed seemed to the delighted girl most delightfully certain Sve andsafe allhr he Ileved in ilr present she had lUed In the present only saving never a pen ny When with n uddennei at nat ural and usual III It teemed to her rc marknhle the editor who liked her i work was supplanted by the editor who didnt her Income suddenly ceased Six dlong dreary weeks of anxiety and hail followed and now tonight she was close to despair For six long dreary weeks tier board bill hnd been unavoidably neglected that her room wan closed to her until the arrears were paid Xo trunk nor nuthln till I gets my pay the landlady had called after her miserable exboarder Her only con solation lay in the JlllowlcdjftthRt a small turn of money awaited her at time newspaper ofllce whither the was going with thin Mini the could at least paT a week advance hoard to sonic other provider of poor food and lodge tag In the city howeverdlsnppolntment nttNitrd her The editor who had used the picture Will sorry but he hind quite forgotten to make mention of her work on the pay roll Would due come nround next week She went out Into the street slow ly her face pale nnd strained and she greeted IJrucc Iirke who sud denly bowed low before her ma me in A dream lie begged her to dine with him pressing the request most eagerly The slater with whom lie lived urns to be away from home that evening he hinted n solitary meal He reminded the girl thnt not once In nil the eight months of their friendship born In the Ktudlo of n mutual acquaintance hind ithc accepted the smallest slightest rourtey from him He did not remind her how runny courtesies hind bent offered extended but the remem t bering knew The stern rules tall down when slue entered the city were by no means disregarded hilt a certain concession she did make I Lave never dined In public with a nun yet she told him hilt we will dine together tonight ityou will al low me to pay my own bill Because he could not overcome her scrupulous determination he agreed and they went to dinner A feeling of mild recklessness overtook Esther and Pu she refuted to remember that to dine alone would cost much less than the dollar table dmole of which they were presently disposing She enjoyed time meal and the merry conversation moreover until It was time to go Still smiling bravely she slipped from her flat pocketbook the lonely dollar and pushed It hidden by he- rr curling lingers noose the table In taking Bruce felt the ItIlHernntlwalcolIiclnus Ht was wondrously happy in he paid the check adjusted her wraps und led the way to the street The girl ap jxircntly calm and untroubled evolved a sudden desperate Idea Her companion must be somehow ka11Mktst C lrw1f disposed of Obviously he could Dote her home since she hnd no home StayShevated railways if nothing untoward prevented and It her money held out Which line she wondered gave the longest ride for one fare Yom may take me U the nearest elevated station she explained to him sweetly but with nervous Im passable decision lint no farther Thethe friends with whom I am to spend time night live too far out for nit to allow you to go with me es pecially nllI nm sure you must have an engagement for thin evening I I shall be met at time other end Vaguely he divined some misfor tune lint was helpless He accom panted her to the platform through the turnstile to the door of the South Side car Then bowing and slmlling he said good night as the train started and ahtlnl down to face her despair Supposing the ears should not run all night or that nn alt omit at the next station accident should hap pen And would the little heap of small change in her pocketbook last until daylight And niter daylight supposing she got so till lu safety what then She rode to the fnllof the line changed ears and rode back to the city Twice she repeated this pro gramme then decided for no par ticular reason upon taking the Douglas Park line At the end of the rUII1twu after 11 oclock the night was na bitterly chillingly cold nil only n starch night can be and the station platform but poorly light thrr heart sank suddenly She satstile In the car until time guard approached her End of the line miss he said regarding her curiously r She looked up at him svilh wide eyes out of which she cold riot keep the tears 11 wont to keep on riding site explained miserably Ive Ive got so little money and Ive nowhere to go Ilu I think I can paycar fare until the morning if youll let me stay The guard after n moment of silent surprised scrutiny went back to the end of the ear and shut himself outside it The girl her courage utterly vanquished dropped her head on her breast nnd sobbed wretchedly although under her breath She was still sobbing when Bruce Darke dashed up the steps and Into the train just as It started He saw and recognized the melancholy solitary figure on the instant two minutes later the troublous truth In his possession he was casting about for ways and meanx of as sistance To lend her money would be flseless even would she accept it for who would take her In at this hour The touch of the little hand he was holding quite unconsciously nerved him to great efforts but how to expend them And then as if in direct answer to his urgent thinking the door of the ear was once more opened and a man and woman his ulster and her huiband came In Lookout of the window he soft ly commanded poor Esther Im coming right back Down In the vacant seat beside his sister he dropped Sir dear he murmured softly do you truly love me just as much as you ever dld1IWhats the matter boy In quired the loving lint practical sitter What do you want me to do That girl there murmured Hruce indicating Esther by a minute gesture is a demur friend of mine xis and the girl Im going to marry if shell ever give me a change to propose Shea alone in the city shea got no money und shes trying to ride up and down on these trains nil night became rhea no place to go I just happened on her accidentally although I saw her downtown earlier jn the evening and wormed the truth out of her Shes the nicest dearest sweetest of girls sly and She can come home with me of course sonny said the impulsive Mm SangHter returning lain nlTcc tlonnte hamd pressure with interest Im sure It will be all right wont It ilim apiwullng to her husband who from her other side had its tened to the story In calm and impas sive silence Yes be said with the ulr of one who delivers weighty judgment its nil right A moment litter the soft nwlsh of silken skirts attracted lathers mir prixed attention and the slater slipped a warm tender reassuring nand into and about her own My brother tells me you have mined your friends mind lost your way nUll money said Mm Snngster using her kindly and brilliant Imagina tion freely Now my friends are my brothers friends und his friends are mine so youll conic home with me until the morning will you Jlutl Long anti hardearned hllhlof self control stood Esther in good stead at this trying juncture and she neither wept again nor gushed on airs Satiff biers shoulder Hut the guard watch lug the occurrence front the car plat form felt somehow that the glrla IroublcM werk over and truce Durke tenderly cwo Alng listimer from the West to the South Sideline presently In the swishing wake of hula sisters graceful knew tliut the day of his happiness had come Inl Hole and Cental- Urnel Xaiigwlll says There are three reason why men of genius have long hair One Is that they forget It Is growing The second Is that they like It The third Is that it comes cheaper They wear it lung for the sane reason that they wear their hats long Owing to this peculiarity of genttiH you mny get qulteu reputation for lack of twentyfire cent o IIIIr AT WHITE BUFFALO I Mr IZOLA L rORKCSTEK L 9G fffeprrtcbt HO by Daily Story Pub Oo on the edge of the rolling OUT laud lies White Huffalo soil it in neither a picturesque nor a desirable town for habitation but It has its redeeming qualities not judged by the standard of the out stile world and the reprieve of Hilly Kane was one of them Once there was a railroad which thought some tiny it might take a notion to travel along UuiTalo creek Whereupon certain enterprising gem tlemen anticipated Its movements and their own fortunes by laying out the city lots of White Buffalo They Lad anticipated as far an a onestory hotel six saloons and a few pine boxes when the railroad changed its mind and went M smiles south at Syl vuuia So White Huffnlo failed to prosper but a few trustful people got stranded there ami went to live in the pine hoses and ou Saturday nights from fifty to a hundred herders and ranch ers toad half breed Indians used to stroll In and support the six saloons and the hotel Things kept moving jtlowjy when Tommy Taylor got the mall route from Sylvaula and White HufTalo became n postal station and once lu awhile n letter came there- After Hilly Katie landed at the Crossbar ranch a totter came every week and as It was a clean welled ucated looking letter it went a long way towards establishing Hilly In the estimation of White Buffalo lie was an awfully nice boy quiet and easy tempered and used to an swer these letters regularly Five Act Fuller said he looked like the head soprano In the choir Fuller was n minister once somewhere and never really gut over it He wore black clothes and never shot at a man when he wasnt looking Hilly liked fair play tow You just couldnt help but like the boy Slim anti blue eyed nnd pensive witli brown hair that curled lit the edges and a fair skin that even the range sun never burned to a brick red as it did the other boys And he could sluing like u birth at sunrise one of those little brown birds that shoot up out of the tall prairie grass from under your ponys fcrft and sing their hearts out to the morning lightSunday mornings about live oclock Hilly would start for home full of everything1 that White Buffalo keeps in tap for those It loves lint he would sit his pony like a temperance colonel mutt ns he rode along trail front town we could hear hlauI IolliKellyonce was very full it was hack of Ages And heil sing until your heart ached and you wished you were a good boy like Hilly Kane Once Tommy Taylor asked who the letters were from and Hilly laid his nice new shiny lightweight Smith R Weston half a yard from Tommys ear nud asked luau to please repeat the question Tommy didnt Theres no sense nmhinjr In places unless you can nee footprints of angels ahead of you Then we liked him for the Crossbar sheep killing affair The sheepmen from Wyoming drove a bunch of sheep down on the Crossbar range and time Crossbar boys left a few dead sheep around just us a hint to them to clear out There were over a hun dred head tit good sound yearlings died the next week on the range from drinking from a poisoned spring nnd the Crossbar said theyd have to shoot the first sheepman that showed up It was fair play They gave wirnlng but the sheepmen stayed so tulle night Hilly led the crowd of cowboys against them There was one mUll shot and he wns n herder and his own left him to die und the Cross bur buys thought it best not to med tile lint Hilly put him on his own horiie am took him polite and nursed him And when he went over time state line into Wyoming he told of a man who shot hits and then saved his life and the sheepmen stayed lu their ofti range Hut Hilly said as n point of sentiment ho could shoot a herder when he was a herder but when he was only n man with a bullet in him it was another point of sentiment So we loved him tumid let him Lure hula way In little things And so he was spoilt somehow One night he began singing Moll Kelly and the chorus wasnt strong enough to suit him so he started through the town after rccrultt Onn or two strangers from Sylvnnla who didnt know 11111oblccled nUll wo burled them neatly the next day n quarter of a milt down the creek W didnt mind it so much because Hilly was sorry nbout it und even of fered to sting at the funeral but Syl vnnta didnt think it was neighborly and they hind n sheriff down there We are awfully sorry for tlie boy We wouldnt have hurt his feeling for anything but the sheriff thought the occasion demanded a slight dens onstration of justice as one of the men was a barber and the only one lu Sylvnnla which made It awkward for Sylvnnla stage reached White Buffalo at night and left nt seven time next morning And the sheriff finding Billy a polite well behnteti buy locked him up In a back room of thehntet for the nlghvnnd went out to sea what the town was wade of fife went through Main street atmd didnt miss a thing muTti little after 11 they put him to bet ten ierly-y at i concession to his office Hilly Will singing to himself Im nearer Heav en todny today than I have been before He nhvays teemed to cntih time fit nes of things The deceased parties had relative In Sylvanla and there was n lone cottonwood across the tracks with a bough just time right height from the ground for demon strations of justice When the stage came at 12 some one asked Tommy If there was u letter for Hilly We hoped so It might be com forting In the last hour Theres a whole express package lIaM Tommy and he jumped down to help out passengers We all got a look at her She was little and young and happy and she bad a baby wrapped up in her arms Is Mr William Kane here please time asked and Five Ace Carter began to cry In a corner over the pity of it all but the rest of us stood ground and told her he hind stepped down the next street and we could send for him right away Voure so good she told smiling at us all Just say its Mr Kane und I thought hed like to see the baby We came from way town In Ohio Hndgcr Smith opened the door for her that led to the room back of the bar and we held council Badger soul the baby looked like Hilly Five Ace said clwore a wedding ring We always knew those letters means lots to Hilly and we were glad the sheriff from Sylvanla was asleep And we talked for as much as ten minutes on the exigencies of the cn We thought of Sylvanla and the handy bow nnd the barbers sorrowing friends We thought of the two neat graves beside the creek but ni Hilly said heMidnt wean to hit them lie waknt shooting at anything in par ticular They just happened to get Inhls way When the decision of White Buf falos court was reached we found that there was a reprieve due one William Kane and Tommyand Badger went and unlocked the door of Billys room And the sheriff slept under guard while he went to see the baby and time girl from way down in Ohio And he told her gently that there was no room for them In the hotel but that Tommy had kindly contented to drive them to the ranch and when we took him up a collection in honor of the babyshe thanked us all beautifully but hilly understood and we knew hed make tracks for Ohio So we stood out in the street in front of the hotel mind watched Tommy drive them out of sight It was a clear blue night with stars and deer silence and a cool breeze blowing from somewhere and we stood with our hats off until even the sound of wheels hind died away on the road that led northward Hut we did not cheer or shout for the baby was asleep In Billys arm and the sheriff was asleep in the back room CLASSIFICATIOU OF FOODS Some SelrallSn KmeU for Hie lalr- aioam of the Iregreaslve- Housekeeper The foods that are taken into the body to nourish its different parts are divided Ito three classes or groups protein carbohydrates and fats The term protein U applied to such foods us contain compound of nitro gen such as lean meat albumen of eggs mind milk gelatine casein from milk fish mind meat extracts says American Queen The carbohydrates include starch cellulose und cane and beet sugar glu rose or grape sugar rand levulosc or fruit sugar The sources of starch are potatoeti rice corn wheat amigo and porghum The fats include fat meat butter tat front milk vegetable fat and vege table and animal oils The uses of foods are twofold They constitute the material for the hotly repair its waste anti they furnish heat to keep the body warm Time starches sugar anti fats supply this fuel to generate power The body has the power to convert these sub stances into fats which it stores up for its needs Time protelds are converted Into the albuminoids and gelatluolds of the body which form bone and muscle Since these substances form und repair tissue In the body the fats and carbohydrates cannot tnke their place al though time protelds cnn to a certain extent make tip for time luck of n suf flcent amount of time fuelgeneratlng foods The flesh of animals is a highly nitrogenous food and will sustain life for nn Indefinite period Animal foods are divided into red meats and white name the red meats such as the flesh of oxen sheep pigs and nil gaunt wild fowl anti salmon containing n larger percentage of nitrogenous substances than do the white meats Mutton lathe most digestible of nil flesh and is well suited for Invalids The flesh of young animals is not dlsglstlbl all that of more mature ones The white meats include time common fowl and turkey time flesh of reptiles as that of the turtle of frogs and fishes except the salmon of crustaccn as crabs lobsters shrimps etc of molluscs as oysters anti mussels The flesh of most fish with the exception of mackerel and eels Is very digestible that of crabs and lobsters too hard anti closely packed to he easily digested Haw oysters are exceedingly dlgestnble ExactlyMra Waggles How ro mantle So shes a woman who has loved and lost Waggles Yes She married u fellow who spent nil he- lIUonJN Y Sua S ALL RECORDS BROKEN Arrival of Immigrant Children al Few York ICsereil Thaw of til- rrvl n Tlrar The arrivals of immigrant chlldre on two days recently broke sit previous records nt Kills Inland N YterIn the history of New York har bor or any other American port have in many small passengers been taken Jut of the steerage quarters More than one laif of the 45G Immigrants who arrived fin Sunday were family parties and of the 2000 who reached port Monday there was an equal per centage of mothers with large broods Few families contaiavd fewer than Are children and many of them counted ten or 12 The average was seven It was no uncommon sight to we a anther 2i years old with from six to tight ant one placid eyed Slavonian woman acknowledged the maternity of 10 boys mind girls who gathered ibout her while they awaited the ap pearance of the husband and father This mother was 42 years old and car ried a nursing child in her arms Her oldest daughter aged 27 had seven hililrcn of tier own nnd of the two younger married daughters one hind a fondly of five and the other of four Kiich of the families contained At least one pall of twins the 16 In the original family having been Increased by two sets of double births timid one of trip lets MARCONI SYSTEM FOR VESSELS Wlrrlr lelrgraphy In II r I r4 1tw York MnrlMir lo Kanhlr Ship In lunimoHJr air with Short1 In order that vessels held outside the harbor in time of fog may com municate with New York city nt nnen the International Mercantile Marine company known as the steam klil trust has arranged for the In stallation hint of a Marconi system in every detail It Is not Infrequent that vessels arm fogbound for ns long as two days und OH they are nut seen by marine observers their delay in u cause of annoyance and ap prehension All steamer equipped with Marconi apparatus will have equal privileges and the station will be for the use of the general public A contract linn been entered into between thin International company and Routers News Agency of Eng lund bywhich the agency Is to furnish each of the Internationals wes eels with n resume of the worlds qewH ox soon ns time ship comes into communicating distance with the sta tion at time Lizard Time Iteutcrs news service will be inaugurated at once MTO RENAME AMERICAN INDIANS Commliilnnrr June Says CnKnomri- uf Aborlsjlnri Are Entirely Too KUboralr Time Indian bureau has decided upon a policy which means trouble for the red man It contem plates a rcchriatcnlng of all the In ilinn in the United States and the highflown appellations of the war riors will be changed to commonplace names The wishes of the Indians will not be consulted in the matter The change is expected to make as much trouble as did Commissioner Jones famous lmuir cutting order but he sny it will make the work of his department much easier as the names of manyof the Indians are nbvotutely unpronounceable Mr Jones thinks that the greatest ob jections will come train the high chieftains who glory in their names but that tins rest of the Indians will nut object so long as the government furnishes them rntiotu with liberal Ity and regularity MARKET REPORT Cincinnati May 30 CATTLECommon 3 26 0 4 10 Butcher steers 4 65 5 00 CALVESExtra 0 6 50 HOQS Ch packers 6 95 0 6 00 Mixed packers 5 75 0 5 90 SHEEPClipped 3 90 0 4 00 LAMBS Spring 7 30 7 50 FLOURSpring pat 4 00 0 4 30 WHEATNo 2 red 0 7- 6CORNNo2 mixed 0 47 VJ OATSNo 2 mixed 0 3- 5RyENo2 68 0 57 HAY Ch timothy 013 00 PORK Clear family 19 45 LARD Steam 0 37 W BUTTER Ch dairy Q 13 Choice creamery 0 23 APPLES Fancy 3 50 0 3 75 POTATOESPer bbl 2 15 0 2 25 TOBACCO Ner 4 35 011 50 Old 6 90 012 50 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 3 50 0 3 60 WHEATNo 2 red 74y4 77 No 3 spring td 75 CORNNo 2 mixed 450 4- 6OATSNo2 mixed 0 3H RYENo 2 48ft PORK Mess 17 3717 50 LARD Steam 8 72y0 8 75 New York FLOURWin strts 3 50 3 65 WHEATNo2 red 84 CORNNo mixed 0 55 OATSNo 2 mixed 0 39 RYEWestern 5G 0 591 1ORK Family 019 00 LARDSteam 0 9 15 Baltimore WhIEATNo red 0 81 CORNNo 3 mixed 0 53 4 OATSNo 2 mixed 40 Oil 41 CATTLE Butchers 5 40 Q 5 75 HOGS Western 6 65 0 6 70 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red 77 CORNNo3 mixed 49 OATSNo 3 mixed 0 31 PORK Mess 17 60 LARD Steam 0 9 75 Indianapolis WHEATNo2 red 0 72 CORN No 2 mixedI 0 UYt OATSNo2 mixed 341i u Fall into line suittrotsSTRAUSS BROTHERS G4 Taller far U YMV CHICAGO From start to finish good quI 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BO way to nourish except through the stomach The stomach must be kept healthy pure aad sweet or the streagth will let down and disease will set up No appetite loss of strength nervous ness headache constipatioa bad breath sour rising rifting indigos Lion dyspepsia and all stomach troub lea are quickly cured by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Sold by East End Drug Co nu Regal Shoes Watch and clock repairing are the specialties of Williams shop Agency I N laundry Take all jour troubles to bins Work guaranteed t EARLY RISERST- HE FAMOUS LITTLE PILLS For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Uver Jaun dice Dizziness and all troubles arts Ing from an inactive or sluggish liver DeWllts Little Early Risers are un equalled They act promptly and never tripe They are so dainty that It Is a pleasure to lake them One to two act as a mild laxative two or four act as a pleasant and effective cathartic They are purly vegetable and absolutely harmless They tonic the liveriDCALEI SMUT TW eurAsiar C C D Witt de Co Chicago I ir THE CITIZEN THE HOME Hand Training for Girls Before man set the captive giants Steam and Electricity to grinding in the mill of his necessities teaching hand training in thoschools was something unheard of The everydf life of the boys and girls was n coi tinual hand training Tools and fug niture must be made by tho men the voolamlrotton must be turned into cloth by the women Piano playing is now the highest form of hand train ing for girls in the past it was spinning And who can say how much of the ability our modern American girl shows in the former is due to the dex terity inherited from an ancestral tine of famous spinnersIBut many of our girls can neilhe spin nor play the piano What shal wo do for them to develop the finer muscles of the hand and so make the hand work in more quick and beauti ful harmony with the mind that wills Sewing is one of the best exercise for this double training of mind and hand Just examine some of the specimens of sowing done fifty odd years ago if you wish to see what a developer of character sewing may become What patience neatness and perseverance the woman who put in all those dainty stitches must have hail How true her eyes and bow I skilled her hand to follow all thosi delicate curves of the quilting pattern All her other work too shows the i same qualities Her weaving is close and firm and even No unmatched patterns down the middle spoil the effect of her cbverlids But with sowing machines haste came in and both character and work show it Not bow well work can tx done but how soon it can be got r through with is now the question Knitting is a good exercise for de voloping and training the hand Knitting lace and fancy patterns strengthens the memory and trains the eye It is an exercise full ol grace Pretty hands never look sc wellas when they hold some bright wool and glancing needles Weaving on tiny looms has been introduced in many schools for its value in hand training as well as for teaching design and color Basket weaving is even more valuable and popular It trains in form as well at design and color and the hand has an added task to do There are many mothers who are skilled in all these arts They can spin and weave and sew and knit but they have not taught their daughters to do any of these things What a mistake they have made Each sue ceeding generation of their decend ants will have less and less of their inherited skill and the world will be the poorer for itpoorer in pocket and in character JENNIE L HILL THE SCHOOL LETTERS TO TECHERS NO X- IMorals For giving instruction in morals store of be etOtlimeDumpereasotoldgleaned ries that will teach politeness gen tleness truthfulness honesty and all 4 the virtues these stories are better told than readthat is if told well 7Theteacher should take great pains in relating anecdotes They should be told in language suitable for chil dren There must be no declaiming nor attempt at eloquence straight t forward simple story is the only kind that will do But the minds of the children should be prepared for a story Take for example the fable of Dog Tray Itwill not do to jump into it without a suitable preface The teacher should speak about good com pang and bad company The story must be told to illustrate a principle that is being taught Having laid down the principle the story may be told something as follows Tray was a good dog Everybody liked him He would not bark angrily at neigh v hors nor worry harmless cats nor chase chickens Bruno was a neigh bors dog that would do all these bad things Tray was not allowed to go with Bruno One day Bruno asked Tray to go to the village with him Tray agreed to do so if Bruno would behave well Bruno promised to do BO and they set out together When I they reached the village Bruno barked at every cat chicken child and dog ho met The villagers ran after the two dogs and beat them both soundly Bruno because he was bad and Tray because he was found in bad compa ny Dogs like men are known by the company they keep After the story has been told by the 1teacher it should be called for the next day Allow one or more of the p t children to tell the story and others make criticisms It should be refc red to for several days and if Bny child needs correction in this partici lar it should be applied with 811Cb emphasis as the occasion demand In this way the story becomes the property of overy pupil anti he will soon learn toa pply il himself both his own life and to the lives of others Twenty good stories can bo told ill ns many weeks in a wny that will make them tho possession of all the cbill1ren There can hA no question about the wisdom and profit of such a course J W DINSUOHE THE FARM POSSIBLE PROFITS IN STRAWBERRIES Whit a New York Grower Says Continued Just before the fruit begins tocolo wo go through and replace the straw putting it on so as to cover all the bare space of ground and work it under the leaves This helps to keej the ground moist and insures the her ries keeping clean to say nothing about the comfort of the pick ra We find it better to remove the straw am remulch than to leave the straw 01 all the time If the woather is very warm and sunshiny it is just as well perhaps to let the straw remain between the rows but if the weather is cold and wet the mulch is a detriment to the growth of the plants W use fourquart picking stands and pick direct into the baskets that are used to ship in Wo have never graded our fruit We prefer to pick early in the day when it is cool We prefer to pick when the dew is on or when it is wet after a rain rather than in the heat of the day We pay two cent straight per quart and do not board the pickers or carry them back and forth We watch them constantly U see that undesirable fruit is not put in Picking barrios is a greater strain on a persons honor than handling bank bills There are few who do not need watching IiJ FARMER Important to Subscribers After your name on your paper each week you will find the date to which according to our record you have paid up your subscription For instance 23 jan 03 means that you are paid up to January 23 1903 or 2 may iii to May 2 1903 Examine this record on your paper and if thereto any mistake in it kindly notify us at once so that we may make the necessary correction Hereafter whenever you send or pay us money if the proper change in the record after your name is not made within two weeks please write us about it or call at the office JAMES M RACER ED FUN AND FACTS Dar aint nuffin a man wont do b er ooman ef she lube him Yaasl An dar aint nuffin aoo man wont do to er man ef she dont lub him All she wants is de chance Great Interest Mautfoiteil the stor in the Force interest A new verse each week How many feet have forty sheep a shepherd and his dog Two the log has paws the sheep have hoofs WANTED YouNO MEN to prepare for Government Positions Fine Openings in all Departments Good Salaries Rapid Promotion Examinations soon Particulars free- InterState Cor Inst Cedar Rapids la OldcaterpillarI will christen this youn one Hot Biscuits because it will make the butter fly Mrs H W Graham Berea Ky pishes to buy 100 lbs of wool from the black sheep What is that which is bought by the yard and worn by the fret f A carpet If you are a progressive student or ucccssful uptodate teacher and desire a position you should at once enroll with the Teachers Cooperative Union the most hustling wideawake teachers agency in the West Dont put it off Write immediately to 3iNKLEv BAKER Managers Temple Texas Mr Baker is a graduate of Berea College was for seven years a student here is a native Kentuckian and well known hereEo The ApeThe Lion is such a de ightful companion You crack all your old jokes and hell just roar rint Corn First Served MayGeorge kissed me before everybody last night Chloe Well youUidnt expect bed let everybody kiss you before he did lid you f Sphinx L T r rT Tf l llllN Ill 1j1 BargaiN t1t Store 1ICARPET DEPARTMENT most luscious and tempting fruit of the auction rooms are into this deportment That means this department is 1The with the most desirable goods All patterns have been selected and are pleasing to thin eye Ring up 31 and let us come and take the measure your room and brighten it up 1 witha nioo Carpet or Mattiug isIf thell is OU6 stock lu our tRtore that we are extremely proud of it Mattings Come and prove that we can save you front 10 to irc on the yard Floor Oil Cloth tHe to Olo per yard Carpets from 10 to 113c In Shoes We Cant Be Beat tWehave a nice line of Shoes Prices to suit every buyer IVo J are particular about their footwear will find our new Spring Shoes a to the and n comfort to the foot aUonlIfLadies fine Shoos 100 to 54 00 Mens Shoes 1100 to flro In 111fantR Shoes lOo to 95c- 1N Hamburgs and Laces Day after day people swarm around this counter purchasing up1fe not we can We use every known effort in this department that experience 1111sod money power give to secure the hot values for the least mono tey We can truly say we hue no competition all lata and enlbroid 4ery the proof is in comparison Try and convince yourself I LACE CURTAINS j Have you any windows that have no curtains If so tlo not let them go bare any longer when you can buy curtains at Wo per 7c per pair for lace curtains yawls long good width In flmitatiou or antique lace anti flripNIlffectlli would be cheap at cant tho value of time goods unless you f tee thnm Come appreciate show you our line from IWc to TI US Nice line of linen shades all colors to select from from ta to JWc 111including all i the fixtures Our Muslin Underwear Department111fe full of bargains Can only be appreciated by being seen veryhlow4 eat raehionevery Skirt Wl fltetlon a form whir uladeso WI guar every one of them to hang well and lit the form Colored Parsols IHc to 9175 Umbrellas mlC to f1 00 tante The Bazar Dress Maker which contains over 600 different styles of garments also soave N your subscription for this mRgazineonl rl a year illchuling free The McCall Bazar are sold at 10 and antiIre If economical oran in the market McCalls patterns are HO easily understood and the d directions so plain that tho most in f experiencedcan use Mom every part is designated by notches and perforations so that there is no guess working in putting them 1f together JEETDont fail to leave your subscription h 1I Respsubmitted to the Cash Trade jf SOS T Half a cent buys enough SHEKWIHWIILIMS PAINT for two coats on one square foot of surface Tf T T TT f L T O suchi t Will surprise you when you find good values for such small prices 1 Prices lower than elsewhere and many prices so low as to seem in credible it TALK IS CHEAP It Our prices am cheaper than our talk Its for you to 111 it to your own advantage by comnsring the Koodn side byside thats the only ttwl still tho difference will stir Iwlugttling11IhsalGreat labor has been spent to nuke this Spring and Summer line pleasing to every one and the price wlllllreak for themselves and convince that they are J cheaper than you can buy them elsewhere Dont take our 1N word but commie and It to yourself Our store is constantly looking to the interests of its pa Irons and attracts n Wllowingthat lasting No one can Income so familiar goods an to lm judge their values accurately munch must Iw left to The Sloneillupon its representation Ours in the kind where it is safe to shop for we insist that no goods be miaieprexenttHl as our inerchaiuliiie backs up our statements 11 1 4t 1tOurRrade reliable qualities Prices to Hint every one Mens Suite N from 2 up We are well supplied with nobby goals or every 4 iNYouKneo Pants IQo to U- 5cMillinery DepartmentI1Did you visit this department if not tlo so and see what you have missed It is impossible to you realize the values thilll t department offers unless you see the goods They mini the that seem incredible yet all powerful is spot cash that it does 111 the seemingly impossible Our linn ia free from outof date goods and trash so that our customers may buy with confidence Call and convince yourself CORSETS We carry in stock about 18 different makes of Corsets Among such an the RVG 11 jjfindNOTIONS 4 list pin It n 1Jf1r dmdgl netln 2rtrhl I tell tape It hlttuUnc 12S4 and 5c lwr hor IwCOf k tvlpnne Jr hraaruq lIr P s lao1lIIMIU from lOu up Ural Mill from s up ennsugruden nun i lo r 3 10 13V a a1 InbcuInli raw II Japans liiM rTtl If n 7V lUW I iitrkaftr ruhtwreraMTOr thread Zauilhv lNNt1I510111 tic Ul 1amlM omlduurrumlxlolS at1d11 an CIII 10 rurN event 6111 ISVndw Iwaillra bino orlrn 10 IV TUaml ffr OrnK how uiqurte- nluwdtSCIIIwldkprisbulhroruIcullarbuiW5r thrUiirlnt llrl MUUMMI f 10w1 14flohraIluaration fur the faroud hamli t 4tnf I bnttlp tooth iti 2K hilt tonic 2ralldlr vlulrl wets 3 and 4 lwr Uitlle 111 Sr bUKCJ whlq20 IX l9 JO 21 up to IT hlr hruhn 10 to IV rlothliif 111hullrmathIneoil110 IH each GUthrvtaoI wrltlncpaprr If al rap 21 rturrU W ra 4ilolderandrulealIrake or tarwMh or Hull vlrcrrln anil r tlli br Ill crayon cr o welue 1doteriDlcllunry lth lfrillluilratlon ami an alI W IOUU wortuplemrntd with new rtlunde of bb rlh IInlllllII and lIlonIII nom de umelorl t IIralIblIIIIn rtnnd our lnIIIIII II Jrt Ktrrr nll Iivttlmmnlln init framti lo hold lJ Stintphotr112Jand3 GIll IQclilOITc HilO tc BiiazSe 111Hardware hbellrrune of the thuuunil nil one little thing we catty e IKMIII ill- hrcketrlOltd Sc Ira pot crown loq rorat tblllIOUIOc lbhntweallletlnd aloG CuttrRlarurueirr lir rIts Iwlen9c utmd intro Ie redrnmbler tr rlnlurn 2 S b and Ite- Innpcldmney stove IIIC rl4Mk whim alarm k Ielll lay tIIItk ufelr pln I3 all1 ell pure aluminum Inlr pro Gnwr duns halt rlebtlIlatchrt pen I and 5c 1cou1I1111 rola and lovtwplilkn rthe riPJlra r nb ooh JOtd ah Ihke Ie earh 11C lark claw tr nltO Jc ra on 4c t table p ou r l clinch rlrrn l rl ninliit LaallteloIhl Tr ieabutch kllln ICtaLle klllaIl4 Iois in IJv Irrink rlng ftloVV blhl rar lrIIlC1f lark le 2c Ir Ion wr llutrbtlhIran Kailre lOc lug mural fork 6c Whirl ruff holler loo jr ptr Wail A IbwrarbeachlWlra Sand lie waiters 10liand1Slewl +ua lUamlUc ranlte nasi am ISc II r ut tnrhlt8 ICSThose who repair their shoes will please note tho bargain offer in repairing outfit composed of throe lasts one ouch of IXgf ging and sewing and one knife three boxes of tacks and one ham Ii mer and the price will surprise you only TO cents III E V ELDER RICHMOND I iiT y feyt32 SY1w r 1 TTT T With WUMn your reach which Fula such a lIt of tIe Paint Highest Qualities Yod cannot hesitate to decide at once where to buy your paint for the SherwinWilliams paint ii Best of all Paints b SOLD ONLY BY LBICKNELL EgRLY ITHE BEDTIME TRAIN tiptolra to sleep the ilulrs 10 lung and atrep highrhrsughThough our train not very long lurOIiCoJlnrVtMiimnmn bola are each a car liD1otblow Iuft the rnirlnn choo shoo thou rOIlUHuThere the tunnrl tit the end Tunnel la the bedroom door aunt Jfa dark there Juit before IhehUNuwToot were home our journeys done llmla thoalntlonOh what fun Maud Whllnjoro iluililm In Oood 1I0uetllnl SOME MUSICAL CATS Op Inl tie Telephunr Another IUrnl Ihr IMiinu nod aIhlrd- ta H Uullur VIrluou Ono particularly lutcrctitlng cut tlmt I knrw had n lung life He had rrachrd the advanced age of 14 year lie wins out a blueblooded cat but Muiply a pluln black cat without Krdlrc and burr the plebeian mime of Tom but he often ilUplujid a high degree of cons nun neiiM nod ometlnien of reason speakingue pa the upper to the ground Moor On one orcaklon Tom was left alone In the dowiutalra room the doors of uhlcli werecloKcd Dealrlni to Jet out ot the room and having no inraim of openlni thus dour he climbed upon a choir sear the kprnkltiK tulle erected himself upon Isla hind legs ulradled hlmrelf by placing his Miwa upon the back of the chair placed bid mouth to the tube nisi InKnii whining and mewln Into It In thin attitude he was found by lili young mUlre who came lute this room nt the nioinent that he wan try lug to cull pome one to Ida aid Tom hnd evidently observed that the tuba was used for such jinrpoiei and that rouse one usually came In re iponsc to itllI did not know enough of Its mechanloin to remove the plug or to use the whUtlchu he certainly howrd that hr knew noimtlilli about the use of the Inttrument and an far he lead ever aces Into the rnyatery used It accordingly There Ives at this slay In NeW Ter try u rat whose taitea arm rfUirtiO If slot cultnrril Sill anawer to the name of llonny Wlillr slue U the pet of all the family she In especially de voted to the only daughter who In a young IndIIf some SO aunimera and stir U rtpiully devoted to thutllonny In fond of music and1n per laps tin only one of her rare that per form iiHin the plnno Thin ante dora of her own volition ami apparently for her own pleasure fur ale ahy of performing In the presence of Ilrangcrs but while lour or In the presence of her young m1t1rc a she doe nut healtate hominy eems to have a clear ene of the fltntfa of tlnir and place antI never Interrupta DEVOTtt TO TJJI OWTAII JUT mlatteets while plnying or when tlurwlio engaged but on seeing her idle thc often gon to her claws at her klrtn and ruim nwny to the par bur If not followed aloe returns and repcata the act until her wish It obeyed When the Instrument U opened for tier the lightly apringii UKIII the key board nnd jirmiKfs hcraelf and friend liy prnnclng over the keys In n nlllllt ingular niannvr Of coura her music without melody or rhyme but die rqipenrR to flail Infinite plcawreln her tuurleFa nolrKvcry evening after her young mis trewf has fluh led dinner Itonny climb Into her lap purr eareaaeatier claw at her drajiery and then Tuna away to IAopenrdflately begin her overture but yhen the young lady take her place on the tool Bonny promptly resign itv her favor and crouches herself on the top of the Initrument where remain an long aa one continues to play It A woman whom I recently met told me thnt her cat wins devoted to the tnuttlc of a guitar and when the In thek11at a When the lady herself took up the In atrument the cat Invariably perched itself upon her shoulder and remained purring aa pang at the muIc was con tinned Inthf Inland of Sao Thome I ava cat that wan Cs Ply of human society that 14It rarely entered any part of the hotife hen any person was present but whenever anyone began playing a guitar It came Into the room and mounted a table or a vacant chair near the performer where It quietly reo nialnrdif not molented until the music axaitd Chicago Tribune RARE GARDENING SKILL An rmrlmlr Formed l r 3 lnral- UriMtlli Imlrr Dlrerllun of a turmii I Unrileuer =The armchair pictured In the ac companying lllttHtrutlou may be cold to have partly grown out of the Kroiiml although Its shape van fur nUhtd liy twlstjnp and turning a vine out of which most of Iti framework Will formed It was brought to the United Stalls by n sea captain who saw It In a Corran tHy The chair Is stud ded or ornamented with seeds of the gingko tree nt vmfoiift size which have actually grown to the fiber of the vine A Corcan gardener fnnilllnr with the NATURAL ARM CHAIR adhesiveness of the seed took ana tire vine noted for lta touglinetc and rudely made It Into the form of a choir holding It In place with brunches of small trtcn The seed fresh from the tree were bound to the vine until they had firmly fastened tliemtele toltl being allowed to grow In the meantime After the eedn and boughs hind be come attached the vine wan cut from the roots and the natural chair ex pond to the kunllght until the step mud dried front the fiber and all of the material had hardened Into a LUb stance ax nolli an oak It was then pol lulird until ltd surface glistened like mahogany Although but three feet four itirlir In height and i3 moles Jn wIth the weight of thin cutlosltv it over a hundred pound on account of the hardness of thr material of which It Is composed The armchair may well be regarded at a striking example of the gardening skill of the far east Scientific Amer lean TURKEYS IN RED COATS Maryland pnlr Flrt 19Hrkrd the lllr I aHd Turn tuiillril Thrust nJlh Viirni tltilliluic Alfas Satllc Blake who lived In Cnhcrt county Mil some year ago was In thin habit of gathering chickengrape in the autumn and making them Into medlclneii by lire nerving them in spirit It llapJIIlIt11unce after the content of a jar containing the decoc tion hind bent exhausted that Mils Illako emptied the llcpioriumkcd grapes on the ground Here her flue brood of turkey quickly gobbled them relate the Haltlmoru Sun Presentlyiliaa Hlake found the turk lying on the ground mind nut realizing the cause of their lit II 111 iilie thought they were dead In or der to rinlle nomethlng from the feathers ale hud the turkeys plckcd The cnrcuMMK were thrown outdoor The next morning there was a great hue and cry from the Kurvait In the backyard and looking out of the window Miss Illake saw her lur key walking about iibolutely hurts except fur n few tall and wing feiith en In order to protect them front the cold the good olil woman bought enough red flannel to snake each turkey n comfortable Hrmcnt Very noon to the wonderof the neighbor fur and wide bliss lllnke turkeys talked abroad wearing their red coats with the mine easy grace with which they timid worn their feathery Dug Failed Ile Mlatreis- ThU dug learned n thing or two very quickly A family In Tlfiln 0 hail moved from the old hume but rented the home furnished through out the hew tenant being on elderly lady tor home reason tilt family dug was let with the furniture Now the new occupant of the house liked to sit In a particularly comfort aide chair In the parlor but nM tin dog alas also an fund of the chair she frequently found him In posset ion llclng rattler nfrujd of the deg she did out dare to drive him cut and therefore used to go to the win dow nod call Cats The dog would then rush to the window aril tile lady would calmly take posses Idea of the chair One day the dog ladyfadow and barked excitedly The lady got tip to vets that wain the matter and the doglnatantlpacated himself in the chair Wkllr Aala IS a Ualatr A recent brisk on the Congo Fret State gives thsLa picture of the fond ness of the natives for white nil II In the white ant month the natives have a very buxy time The river to deserted and men and wounds boys and girls go out to gather the white ants for food I cannot ray I admire their taste but the while antis not BO bud fur food merely very rich In this month he Is about an Inch long the natives gather him In hundnttlK pull off the wings and roan huts The native boys have shorter way with him Sometime at mesa white ahtx Nappedoq the ta Isle attracted by the light The boys who were waiting pounced on them and without further ceremony p Iij ed them into their mouth gC G4G6GG664G1i bGtFtiOtbFG6Q4GCr G6GtFtiGi6GG6lfi6G4tiff GlkE4t RUiSTATE NEWS PICKUPSIk idlJ499it4lsaJ4 D9A994 4iYiII1s 44YJ 919 91494 4491944944 rNOT FOR HIM Former Governor Bradley Says Hea Not a Candidate For Governor IxHilBvlllo Ky May 29 Former CJov W O Bradley Thursday night is sued a statement denying tbe report that he will be a candidate for the re publican nomination for governor Gov Bradley says ho will not allow his name to he used and that lie has retired from polljics for good He will now devote his entlro time to the Ilrac lea of law In his statement Gov Bradley en domes the candidacy of Hon A E Willson of this city saying he Is tho strongest of the three candidates now In tho race He further states that Mr Wlllfson has no hopes of being ap pointed to the United States supremo bench when Judge Harlan resigns NOT NECESSARY Pharmacists Need Not Register to Sell Proprietary Medicines Frankfort Ky May 9ln the case of the Kentucky hoard of pharmacy vs Caosaday and others from Lexing ton the court of appeals Thursday de clued that the selling of patent pro prietary medicines by retail dealers who are not pharmacists was not an offense under the pharmacy act re quiring persons who sell drugs to be registered pharmacists Tho Lexing ton court refused to fine Casnaday and others for selling a patent sub acid drink which possessed medicinal qual Sties and was BO advertised and the court of appeals upholds the lower court LIME IN HIS FACE Man With Only One Good Eye Is Now Totally Blind Louisville Ky May 30Friday morning Alex Green was preparing sonic lime for whitewash He poured tho water on the lime when there was an explosion the hot lime flying In every direction lie hind but one good eye having been blind in one for years and the lime struck in the good eye putting It out Green is subject to apoplexy and when the lime struck him he fell close to the bucket earls lag his face to receive a severe burn- Ing A Mountain Napoelon Sergent Ky May 30The Northern Coal and Coke Co In which sev oral Cincinnati capitalists are stock holders AS well as Senator Camden of West Virginia Is buying property In and around the famous Elkhorn creek coal belt In Eastern Lctcher county The Northern Co will a coking town the largest In the blllldI lit Elkhorn John C C Palntavlllf the Napoleon of the moun tains Is leading the corporation In Favor of the City Frankfort Ky May OThe court of appeals reversed tho Kenton cir cult court In the case of the city of Covington vs Bradford Shinkle Tho appellee sued out an Injunction re straining Edward Zcls delinquent tax collector from selling property at Madison and Seventh street for taxes The court ordered the injunction din solved nnd finds In favor of the city OH Strikes In Kentucky Lexington Ky Juno ISlrlkCl In the Kentucky oil fields during the past week were scattered over a wide area while not a great number of produc ers wero completed In any one sec tion Probably the best welt of the week was drilled In Knox county by the Standard Development Co of Cln cinnati This well Is good for 25 to 30 barrels dally The Work of An Enemy Mt Sterling Ky June 1The new residence of County Clerk Toward An demon and all Its effects were de strayed by fire This Is twice Ander sons residence has burned within a year It was evidently tho work of an Incendiary A four gnllon can of oil had been emptied and towels and bed ding were well saturated To Pick Out Hagglnt Best Lexington Ky June IGreen B Morris trainer of the eastern racing I stables of J B Haggln Is at Klraen dorf farm to select the horses that will carry the Haggm colors on the eastern tracks during tho late fall meetings and also the yearlings that will do the 2 yenr old racing for the stables next year Vanderbilt Training School Smiths Grove Ky May 9rHcommencement exercises of the Van derbllb training school of this place will begin next Sunday Dr J H Early of Bowling Green will preach the commencement sermon In tho Bap list church Sunday An elaborate program has been announced Dug Through the Wall Leltchfield Jy May 30Uen But ram charged with housebreaking es caped from the county jail by picking the bricks from the wall and letting himself down to the ground with a blanket rope The sheriff and a posse are In pursuit County Attorney to Meet Paducab Ky May 30At a special meeting of the First District County Attorneys association here Friday aft ernoon it was decided to hold the state meeting at Dawson Springs on July 3 9 and 10 e FLOODS IN KENTUCKY Hundreds of Acres of Growing Crops Are Ruined Hoilgenvllle Ky June Telephone messages received hero from different sections of LaRuo Green Hardln Hart and Nelson counties state that hun dreds of acres of growing wheat have been ruined by tho unprecedented overflow of rivers and smaller streams The Itolllng Fork river on the Lallue and Nelson line has overflowed over miles of bottom land anti from along Green river In Hart county comes the same report- Nolin river in Hardln county has completely Inundated the surrounding country Hundreds of acres of corn will have to bo replanted Bridges were washed away and pikes were washed out to such nn extent that travel has been hindered greatly Much damage was done by the electri cal storm which accompanied the rain ALBERT ALLEN DEAD He Was Former Secretary to a Governor of Ohio Lexington Ky June IA1bert Al len aged 78 died Sunday morning after an Illness of four months He was secretary to Gov Bishop of Ohio from 1S78 to 1SSO and at the time of his death was trustee of Hamilton cab lege this city and financial agent of Bethany college Virginia He was one of the founders of the Transylvania Printing Co of this city He leaves five children one of whom Johnson Allen is now with Osborne g Co con U actors of Cincinnati The funeral will be held on Tuesday SHOT FROM AMBUSH Two Men Were Killed and a Brother x Slightly Wounded London Ky Juno IJohn Farmer and a young man named Whlttaker were killed late Saturday near Bern stadt this county A brother of Whltr taker was slightly wounded The stir vivor stated that he was riding some distance behind the other two men when he heard shots fired As he came up to where his brother and Farmer lay dead In the road some persons in the bushes near the roadside fired on him wounding him in the arm He tired four shots at them and made his escape Famous Broodmare Dead Lexington Ky June IThe famous broodmare Minnie Williams by Barney WIlliamsMinnie Bradley by Hazard owned by Charles R McMee kin Is dead at Oakwood stud She was the dom of the high class Lord 7enl and the good winners Will Fonso Free Admission and Miss Fonsoland Ashe and Clay to Meet Lexington Ky Juno IKill Ashe of Cincinnati and Brutus Clay of this city will meet here Monday night In a 15 round contest for a decision Both men are here and arc hard at work Thoso inclined to bet arc willing to wager a little that Ashe gets the de cision Odds of 3 to 2 arc offered Injuries Proved Fatal Newport Ky May 30Samuel Ros er tho carpenter who was horribly In- Jured by being impaled on an Iron fenco in a fall from the roof of a two story house on West Eleventh street expired In great agony nt Spcers hos pital at an early hour Friday morn ing Work For Bloodhound Wllmore Ky May 29 Detective Mulligan and his famous English bloodhound Nick Carter left for Paint Lick in n buggy In response to a tele gram A largo hemp and tobacco barn and a lot of stock Is burning The cause is supposed to be Incen diary Found Not Guilty Louisville Ky May 9Roy King an attendant at the Lakewood asylum was found not guilty of assaulting Dr T Minor an inmate of tho institution The defense pleaded that Dr Minor cutlon was suffering from delusion of perse Expelled By the Shaker Bowling Green Ky May 9JohnMason a member of the Shaker node ty of South Union who brought suit against A L Johns trustee of the society said Thursday that he had received a written notice of expulsion from the By a Train Augusta Ky May 9Whlle returning from Cincinnati on the east bound accommodation John F Fagln a leading tobacco dealer was struck by tho westbound flyer at Mentor and had his left arm broken and was oth erwise badly bruised Lexington Getting Ready Lexington Ky June L Arrange ments were made Sunday night in this city for the visit of the Commer clal club of ClnclnnaU which Is ached uled for June 13 Committees were appointed for their reception and en tertainment Newport la Healthy Newport Ky June lInst week was the record week as far as deaths were concerned In the city of Newport Health Officer Kehma record shows but two deaths and one of them wat dusts to an accident Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Perron who board themselves cu rpenrl munch or little u they choooton Urlng Rxprnim- llpavato have a little extra moucv forlcrt- ores books and other thing But tbe ncceuan expenses arc only H follows To pay Use ant day LADIta HALL HALL School Incidental Fee 1150 w- Es iM ItatFcr 21 25 ponies nbotitffJencrul 2 oa 2U 00 m Furntnhcd Room fuel 6 2Pint Month Board 5 00 600 Living Br- peaces i7OO w LaundMldnrlogtheterm 150 Beginning 2d Mo Board 5 00 00 Beginning Id Mo Board rlJO 6 00 vase 2800 lent pppotlt returned TOO 100 Total eapeaae la week a7 17 For those beinwA iraminar deduct the t2 lui boob aodfl from Incidental lee making She otaloulr IIxseb- When four girl room together each tarn U of more on room nnd furl making the total only 2350 If Biased below Irummar Room and fusel ut one dollar morn In the Winter term Two room for hon kelng with Move ell can usually to rented fcir Irma ft to 16 a term The price of a big rnlf little lan hark or a few homr puu bed merawill glaa term of achixtl which will rlmitg otiea whole life fur the better u Telephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer XlllISO TRADE MARKS DESIGNS 111COPYRIGHT dc Anyone nllnir a inch and desciptkn m aaoartaln our opinion free whether an Infcnllon la Cnnimiiilca lion Metes If amadentialIlandbakeulatenip patentIatcnUaria notice without chrae lu the ScleMific JftKilcaii A handtornely HlnMratad weekly Ijtrnet eir million of any ameotlna1ornaL Term lthearrfour new MBraoeta r LOUISVILLE u I NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time table In Effect May 24 IBOS IMIIrLeaveArrive Kichmond 3 52 a m Arrive PlsriHto to 505a rn Arrive Cincinnati to 7WH in llwllyLeaveArrive Richmond 125 p Arrive Iarin is IS p mfArrive Cincinnati tt IJO p m llyLflove F ArrivA LivlllhPHton20 p m ItxllyLnuve 1 inyArrive Livingston 12Hn ni- TraiiiN No I and No ft nrnkn con nection at Livingston for Jollicu and the South No 21 and Nn 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agentr iiFREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR j ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID 1i Reboot children aid public Invited to Tote to popularInreal each ten east at onetime All money over and shove trip expense of teach en to Into erection of the- KentucquuildingaltbeEz r fioaltioii livery voter j the saturation of knowing aworthyauseand Important t have the lame time favorite teacher hu received recognition Contest con ducted under auplea of IMucatlonal Exhibit Com mittee of Kililtil t orRanlAUonlonnrd Kentucky Building and full producttvlngfailedtlon fivery educator In the pubha oniprotctltlntLahtbt Committee done Names ol all school children voting to be enrolled in the Kentucky Building at the Expocsition Kentucky111 have an tdutlltlonal nhlblt ur O quate fret of Halace of Bdncatlo The RxpoaitinnItobethe elesllnlernationalevent Intheworldalilt Tory The ttlcbrr chost wilt be lucky i tentlertd Ihlsl to the Flr clectllloD wost popular td UCllor The rnuntyomshleofjeaerwneastiugthelarged- uumtKrof volts will be to scud two a copular THE TOTES WILT BE TEC CISTS IMf TES COSSTrTUTIEa A BALLOT At ten rents each rYCI cinol child In the Plate will be able to cart nt least one vole for bta or her favorite teacher the voting will cot be confined to schocl children PARCxm OP rents on AST OF THEIR FRIFJCDS HAT TOTE The pit of the ctlon being to elect tbe ioo t popular ttliool teacher in etch as to cuufideied by the public teuerally as well as by the school children Ballot contain ten p4ceAo clubs of tea pupils may be arranged and each ten cents be cteilited wIth his or ber vole If one person de Imlttlngswoes tor voters nam a lOa1c left blank The Asaoclalion want however to enroll fn the heatuckynuildivfratatLoulstscstyear the came of every child who cat one or more votes In contest Pupils are Med therefore to sign their names plainly to the ballon ALL EXPOSES OF Tlir TEIC nntlS WILL BE PAm by the Association This will include railroad transportation from Louisville to St Loula and return board at one of the but hotels In the city for six days and ndmUuion the exposition grounds for sudsy TIIUEK PASTIES WILL BE JUDE rpfllOJI THE MOST POPJ LAU TEAtnEBS to make the trip more profitable and more enjoyable KacU of the e parties will connist of forty teacher This would makea total clto but as there arc only counties In Kentucky the Astoca gofromAll TKACHERS 15 THE STATS STASD OS AS FOOTlXfl in this contest The teacher with only twenty pupils rsny receive more votes than the teacher wlih five or uls limn as many enrolled hs or ber school because the voting is tiot conQued to children The public be an important factor Voteamaybe cast for tll y person who taught school dttdufr tool or Is teaching now Thla the closed In lortmbcr or necemberthe opportuni ty itsbe teed for daring monthsoolwhich AcT Kronen OF D1T FATS MAT BE CAST AT ONE TIME There I no limit The morerdol lass sent in for any one teacher the more votes he or she will be ciedited will ONlt DOLLAR CASTO TUN VOTES TWO DOLLARS CASTS TWHNTY VOTES TIIREB jDOLLARS CASTS THIRTY VOTHS FOUR noLLARS CASTS FORTY VOTnSMIVU DOLLARS CASTS 1IFTY VOTES TEN DOLLARS CASTS A HITNDKBD VOTES ONt IIUNUUKU IOL LARS CASTS ONB THOUSAND VOTUS expenscaofSlitscfn Kentucky Dulldingat theeTpoiltlca no eftr voter In this contest may have the addi boat satisfaction of knowing that be has aided a worthy cause THE STAirona op THE COSTESTASTS WILL BE FRITTED FREOCKTTIY in eacii to show his or her Irlend lrowtbe race ia beingram Begin voting norrfor our favorite school teacher The votes will be counted under the aupervltion the Kducatlonal lixhlbit Committee of the Association The personnel of this committee Is aa follows Prof II O Brownell Louis ville Chairman Prof II V McChesney Frankfort Prof R P Ilalleck Louisville Prof W Ittrtnolomew Louisville Prof P rant Andersen Lexington Dr Chase Palmer Danvlllei Prea dent Viiliam Dlnwlddle Jackson Dr W O Frost IlereaDr n B Iluntoon Louiivllle Dr U Y Mulllns XouUrtlle Dr Arthur Yager Ceorretown Superintendent M A Caaaldy Lex JcllcnryRhoada s FpencerLoulnillealias Emily R Bracken IotllavllleandSirs M 11 Tncke44ouunltle iembersoftbeEducational CommlUre are notdl4r1ble to election lu this contest REMEMBER XTEBT C005TT ELECTS ITS OW f FAVORITE TEACHER Competition between counties to the race for the nosh triP the county outside oflctfersoacasting theSlargest total uumberofvoleabeing granted the distinction sending Iwo The result will be announced s every paper In the Male and in addition to this n con grain latory meaaage will go to the teacher elected In each county Later the details of tbe trip will be JmlyagAngutCLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH 3AIorof as the mostpopular teacher in county ONE DOLLAR UNCLOSED t loc lOc 10c loc fOeWtOc hoc 10c10cVoters ire not to sign their names but the Association wants all school children votlag to do so as It will enroll In the Kentucky Voters have the option of sending ballots direct to the tecrrlsryoUhe Association or In the hOlD which clipped Additional ballot ma be obtained by ceUlal nIl toplor Ihis paper Rewillancea be made by certifIed cbeck registered letter t cent or postal money order cr in currency Staendeearlsk Address aU comnlUnlttlona kl lIuolln sat8ecrelaly Lonia ille Ky Subscribe for The Citizen a r v ii THE CITIZEN IDEAS Dreading is worse than doing Tho way to a wisp mans heart is through his head Hotter bo blamed for doing right F than praised for doing wrong We think too littlo of others ditU cnltiea and too much of our own It Mon lose much of tho good thatI lies in their way because they will not stoop to pick it up- I FROM THE WIDE WORLDi Bruce Price president of the Archi tectural Society of America died in ParisJapanese are indignant because Russian troops have not yet been withdrawn from Manchuria Lady Henry Somerset has resigned from the presidency of the National British Temperance Association Bulgarian revolutionary leaders threaten to spread broadcast Indian plague bacilli unless the Powers inter fere in their hehalfIIThe total number of persons killed in the earthquake in the Van district of Asiatic Turkey is 860 according to official estimates sent through the a British Consul at Erzeroum Senor Herran Colombia Charge de r Affaires has received a cablegram from the Colombian Minister for For q eign Affairs announcing that an ox traordiuary session of Congress had been called for Juno 20IIIN OUR OWN COUNTRY The Naval War College at Newport R I was formally opened June 2 A successful test of wireless teleg raphy was made yesterday twtweei Chicago and Milwaukee Tho public debt of the United States was reduced more than 3000 000 during the month of May t Gainesville Ga was swept by a tornado in which over two hundred t lives are said to have been lost Ninety thousand textile operatives strikekPresident Roosevelts party has e merged from the Rocky Mountain country on his return to Washington Fourteen deaths have been caused by the floods in the West and twenty thousand persons are estimated to be homelessFour the largest perfect botI ties over blown and standing 6 high holding 45 gallons on May 6twere blown by tho Illinois Glass Com pany for the Worlds Fair Admiral Dewey recommends to the Secretary df the Navy that a coaling statipn be established immediately in Dutch Harbor Alaska based upon the attitude of the Canadians regard ing tho Alaskan boundary The War Department is consider ing the appointment of young Amer ican graduates of the best military schools to positions as officers in the Philippine military police force inC stead of noncommissionedollicers August W Machen general superintendent of free delivery in the Postc office Department has been arrested on the charge of having accepted commissions on goods purchased for the PO Department to the amount of S22OOOICOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The Convention of Kentucky Commercial men is in session at Louisville 1 this week Twentytwo artillerymen leftI Louisville for pervice at Jackson Breathitt county I In Pike county Deputy Sheriff Keene Eeathly shot and killed Nel son Ray It is claimed that Bay wuI interfering with Eeathly who WM trying to make an aueetIThe educational board of the Wo mans Club of Central Kentucky have urged the necessity of a depart ment of domestic science for the State College at Lexington in a letter to each trustee of the Institution Rev Carter Helm Jonespreached- the baccalaureate sermon before the Southern Baptist Theological Semi nary at Louisville Sunday night The class is one of the largest in the history of the institution Commonwealths Attorney Byrd willendeavor to force a trial of Jett and White the alleged murderers of Marcum at the regular term of the Breathitt Circuit Court which began Monday A search of all the cells of the Jackson jail revealed no conceal ed weapons Owing to a misunder standing Jetty and White have been occupying the same cell LOCAL AND PERSONAL- Miss Eva Bicknell is quite sick ct presentEmory Wyatt who has boon very sick is improving There is no improvement in tIn condition of Mrs Dr CorneliusI John Burdette returntd home Iron Kentucky University last Saturday Mrs E A Anderson of Peoria Kansas sends greetings to lien friends BereaMr Mrs Jones of Cincinnati visited Mrs Joness parents Mr and Mrs S Hanson Decoration day Dr John Welsh of Grayville lad writes that he is meeting with the very best of success in his new field of laborMrs T C Wyatt has returned from Tennessee where she has been to her sick son Gilbert who is better nowIMrs J P Sharp has returned from Union Mills Jessamine county where was called to see a sick sister who is betterMr M CauGeld of Litchiiel 0 unexpectedly arrived Tuesday for weeks visit with his son C M CanJ field Dr Geo Miller of Chicago is here isitiug his sister Miss Rose Miller He is accompanied by his friend Mr Lxtel Paulson Mr Wesley druggist at Welch drugstore is very sick with flux and was taken to the Infirmary at Stanford Tuesday morningIMr Edgar A Kolb Supt of schools at Hillards Ohio is here this week with his friend Mr Matheir Mr Kolb is a graduate of Ohio Wei ayan University at Delaware Ohio There will be preaching at the Con regational Church next Sabbath morning at eleven oclock and for lie future all are invited George G Dick who has been at Hiding the Technology School ofI University of Cincinnati the past year rrived here Tuesday anti will assist io putting the machinery of the Mens Industrial building in place this summer COLLEGE ITEMS Will Gibson who is taking a medical course at Louisville is here for Commencement week Miss Birdie Smith of Aurora Iud lass of 95 is visiting here this week or the first time since her graduation Prof and Mrs L V Dodge enterI lined the graduating class of the ollegiate department at dinner Thursday evening Noah May and James iL Combs bae returned from a years training in Gustaf Larssons Sloyd Training 3hool located in Boston Mass F E Matheny came from Casper Wyo last Saturday to remain with us until after Commencement when he goes to Chicago University for the peeing of the Summer term The Galveston Athletic Club of Galveston Texas has secured the services of E Guy Tankersley as assistant physical instructor who was recently instructor of the Y M C A d Houston The sermon to graduates on Sunday morning by Rev F J Van Horn of Worcester Mass was one long to- se remembered His theme was The impulsion of the Cross His aud iel1ce listened with rapt attention roughout and eachcarried away some valuable thought At the annual meeting of the Athletic Association Friday the following officers were elected Prea H M Ernst VicePrea E C Seale Clerk G G Keener Tress F M Liven good Baseball Manager Geo Wow Football Manager J B Young Field Marshal Robt Short Field lay Manager Tom Leahy The following U a partial list of the itinguiahed visitors and friends of- Berea who are here this week Col leo W Bain Lexington Ky Rev Rockwell H Potter Hartford Comm Rev F J Van Horn Worcester Mass Rev E M Williams Secretary Theological Seminary of Chicago University Rev E S Williams Saratoga Cal Wm H Maher Toledo Obio Hamilton Ormsbee correspond eut for the Brooklyn Eagle Brooklyn iY Mrs Julia Billings and daughters Mary and Elizabeth New York CitYiDr J A Rogers and wife- and Mrs Hayden Windsor Conn loa Augustus E Willson and W R lelknap and daughter Louisville Ky Hon Addison Ballard Chicago Ills Mrs N R Harrington Bowling keen Ohio Mrs Yeoman and Miss Andrews Rochester N Y Prof A 4 Bhoton G eorgetown KyJ Hamm lames Beaver Dam Ky Mrs Plummer Cincinnati 0 CORRESPONDENCE tI L 3MADISON COUNTY VALLEY VIEW Colby Dun who attempted suicide died and was buried in Richmond Your correspondent was in Rich wand court slay and met many of hit old Berea frlllIdsl Sanliud andI Dane Perkins lays were playing aud rolling rocks down hill and one bit and broke Mr Howards cows ItgIMrs G W Purkey who hOlt hoonI down with fever long is out I1gin visiting her parents at Blue Lick ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DONE On account of so much rain for the last week farmers are getting behind with their cropsJ H Law bert and Henry Hamlin Jr went tet Copper Creek fishing last Friday and caught several uico llslmMr and Mrs W H Cornelius of Copper Creek visited the hitters parents at Snider Switch Sunday Mrs Chas llix and Mm Tom Young of Copper Creek made a flying trip to Boone Monday evening Jesse Wren who has been gone to Muncie fed for some time returned home last week Mrs Margaret Wells who has bleu visiting relatives at this place for some time will leave for her home In Indianapolis Ind this wookUev- J W Lambert went to Conway last week on business G L Wren WhO was reported sick last week is aline to be out ut work now Several or our young people are planning to go 0 the Commencement at Bereu Wed nl8dayJ C Wren is on the sick list this weekJ H Lambert ourJ hustling merchant anti postmaster at Boone is getting alone well selling gocxll10n account of the rain Sunday Rev J W Lambert could not till his appointment at A B Weaver in the Berea pike- MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Prof C G Harris is preparing toI render the Cantata of Ruth at the closing of school which will t e the 12th of June Tho primary depart meat will have its exhibition an us- ualRev 0 A Nelson will hovo a rally next Sunday at the Plymoutl church Every one iN invited to cone Bessie Strawder spent Sunday in the country with her cousin Mrs Lydia Rudd The song service reu lered last Sunday evening by the Bethel Choir was a decided success Mrs Lizzie Munday has returnee home after an extended visit to Chi sagoMiss Matuiu Harris has return thome from Nashville Tenn where she has been attending the Fist Uni versityThe public schools of this city are holding their annualexam nations this wookWe are very sor ry to know that Mrs Mary F Young is seriously ill at this writingIda Webster of the East End has boon ill during the past week- GARRARD COUNTY CARTEMSVILLE Mrs J D Nave visited Mrs H reeua Sunday Bro Livingston railed to meet his appointment al Level Green Sunday Look out for Cartersville she will attend the commencement in torceMn J C Napier was called to the bedside of her aged rather who is very lowMr J C Napier has not returned home yet- Mr C S Roup sold a good horse to Henry Moore of Paint LickDied- May 29tb son of Batt Gillispie age about 16 yearsMr Willie Hammack is talking of going to Ohio soon EDUCATION THAS PAYS Visitors to Berea this Commencement wUl notice a new kind of college buildingthe Yea Industrial Build log with ita machinery and smoke IltAck Even ahead of tiia came the barns the fine bred cattle the drained garden lands and the instruction In Forestry and Agriculture A great many people have suppos eel the only thing that could be called education was the bluebacked spell Ing book and arithmetic But Berea College is putting a larger meaning Into the word education We all know that one man differs from another Two men may bo working at the same job and one earning one dollar the other two three or even four dollars a day The differ ence is in the strength or skill which oue man hRS and the othor has not vow any thing which gives a man the power to do things is educational Tho spelling book is good it teaches the boy to pay attention to remember mad it enables him to read a good newspaper and a good book and so become acquainted with the wing men of our own and other times But there are other kinds of education When a father trains his sou to handle horses or make a splintloOttom chair ho is putting power into tho boy When the mother teaches lwr girls to sew anti to care for their sick baby brother she is making theme hotter women more fit for the dulior lifeSo rea College is trying to make people more lit for the duties of life nail instructs them not only in the spelling book but in songs which give a man courage anti cheer amid tho trades which give hint skill and enable him to provide for a family Anti this Baron education not only helps each homo but helps tho com uiunity at largo Any one who has taken a long railway journey amid seen other portions of the country finds out that our own State is lacking- in manufactures Two things happen many of our enterprising young linen go to other states where they can find the employment denied them hero And on the othor hand we are obliged to send far away for the manufactured articles which ought to be made at home In giving to the sons and daughters of Kentucky thin skill which Berea College isnow scot ing to impart the Institution inbuilt lug up the nltuonwta1th of Kentucky anti adding to its prosperity in a greater degree than most people will realize From every point of view- in money in reputation in character the Borea kind of education pays THE FALL TERM The full tern opens on Weduemla September Dth We invite every boy and girl and lather of a child to look at the easoui for sending children to school at Uuroft In the railIToo many ld that it wan not Important to send the children until the winter term The rwuilt is that those children are behind those who are here in the fall The full term has been steadily increasing in numbers so that there were more students iu the fall terns last year than in the winter term a few years back In the first place the fall is a goal time to study In the second place- if there has been good planning the young people can be spared from the work at homo In the third place there is much more opportunity for them to earn money during the fall while attending school than during the winter In the fourth place the older children while they learn some thing do not learn anything like Uy ought to in the free schools In the fifth place when the older children stay too long in the district schoolat home it hurts the school The teacher is tempted to give all his attention to the older students and so does not attend to the younger ones It would be a good thing for every district school if tho older scholars could leave ou the nth of September and como to Berea Lot every ono remember thisab- oy cannot earn as much as a man but he can leuru more than a man therefore it is profitable fortune boy to put in hue time at school WE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries IROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIER CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works- C P H1QQINS Prop WHEN IN RICHMOND Call at Covington Arnold Bro For Queenaware Glassware Crockery Lamps etc etc MALi STREET RICHMOND KT J iI Savers I Wanted It z zrzz ZZ Whenever we succeed in peranmllng individual to become n saver of anIwe consider that wo have conferred benefit upon him and upon tile commun ity Wo want more 1I1orstWo allow interest on I Berea Banking Co Berea Ky 1 2dlp2 2gpzp PP 1 nn U nJ1rU Um ili1 Ticket No j I 1 5 i tom m t V draws The Elegant Sideboard A- tM BICKNELL EARLY S 1itwill he given away tothey to the person holding tthat number il WAIT FOR THE WAGON- Did you spend your childhood in the country f The engineer with his hand on the throttle of the Empire Express The admiral on the quarterdeck of a war hlp King Edward ou the throne may glow with pride and pleasure but their feelings are tame iu comparison with the unmuttorable delight that thrills the small boy who ii permitted uuaMiiatud to climb the wheel and perch on the stoat of a STUDERAKEK WAGON 1 am proud to veil it S E WELCH JR J J 13l allilam lllWel Groceries Dry Goods and Mens and Womens Shoes Prices right Agent for Navcn Stylish Washable ServiceablePrices 2 to 4 Dollars each RICE ARNOLD Main St Richmond Ky Iatock NotionsI a11 Or 4- Iluoet ngate- tat lbbnt rtrtlItTM hrwI-pouelu wm6ptl WORLOr flVGl 50 S 1 hwtSee St r et t Ire air 10011566729 airs TAtrVNbopualowrose IIwntaanu 81AO a3o boo tlinn wyothertwurun- ubntnrerln the worM W IMtiglMf 300 anti Urohnetlllac1 tide by tide win 83MI unit inultiue of other niakti arii round to lit just M 111011I IThey will outwear two pairs of Itil 83U iud 3Mlm i Mad of the tttt Itathen Including patentFCorona Corona Colt and National Kangaroo r llr It M4 lI aiMk III r4W L Out Kdirt Uo cannot DouaIUt6OO prlc I Mean Mtlo N RaR COYLEt Sole Agents for Berea Next door to postoffice l 1