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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 tn nx Wll4c Frodents Office XHeron College If JAMES M RACER KJcpeifeat Weekly Devoted to the 1r1trralllltlOIItfflIlrIIIIUOIUtiE CAnInterest of HOME FARM A SCHOOL VOL IV A Family Paper OEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 11 1903 One dollar a year NU Gl- I IIDEAS tho footprint r thoir tnonnn of J af hnppinons good ten rt IH tho beat friend of n good bend Unfit Hpeedies commit mon to foolish ioiimcn Tliu worldfl waste would suppK tho worMH want I JTAKE NOTICE 1 for opening f the full torn Boron Collogo ha o Iran incorioct nail Term open R Hoptcinbor IH FROM THE WIDE WORLD Mormon mlwtionnry lenders havo been ordered out of lruw in Ireitlunt Loubet of France will make a return visit to King Edward of England July 09 A hurrioino wept over tho Philip pins ifllanda Sovornl ships were wrecked and n Ions of lift in n orted A railroad from Solomon City to Council City in Alaska will bn built at once The distance to be covered in to miles Morn than 100 perrons worn drown ed by a collision off thoMairo inlandR in the MwliUrranenu between two French patmengor steamers ono of them Iwlng Hunk It is cdlimatod by Gov Wong of Kwaug Si province China that ono million imtivtB are starving in his province Women and children aru fnntly offered in exchange for food Than Cutr of Russia has authorized inntrucUon in tho Cntholio religion to bo given in the Polish tongue in all Ihu uniddloclaws xchools of Poland Heretofore the Russian tongo was alone permitted save in fcix reboots IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho Government crop report shows the condition of cotton to boTll rom pared with 5 taut year Tho Hood situation along VM Mfcw iivtippi Illvor somewhat improved though the danger point has loon ranched at St Louis Mo Than death list at Topeka Ian whore tho Hood was worn will probably roach n hundred Tho 250th nnuiveniarf of the inror poratiou of Now York City has just broil celebrated in a fitting manner In two and a half centuries it has grown from a small Immlet of 1600 souls to tho second greatest city of the worldwith nearly four million inhabitants President Roosevelt returned homo Friday evening apparently refreshed by his long trip in the Wost Ho waR received by onthtiMafltic crowds which lined Pennsylvania Avtnuu from the station to tho White House nud which cheered outnido tho While house un til Mr Roosevelt had to make an address of appreciation In connection with the port othic t Bctindal August W Machon has boon Indicted by tho grand jury on 9 sepa rate counts and will bo tried at the fall term thecriminal court Thos McGrgor and 0 Elsworth Upton subordinates of Machon havo also hOn arrested for defrauding tho gov ernment Another has only escaped arrest by practically turning states evidence COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Gen J Franklin Bellwas royally welcomed to hm old house at Shelby ville last wook Tho annual mooting of tho Kentucky State Historical Society in being hold at Frankfort Tho Breathitt county grand jury returned 121 indictments before being adjourned for two weeks James II Shropshire aged eighty one yearn ono of Fayetto countys t wealthiest mon is doad at Lexington The contract for erecting a now 1 10000 Young Mens Association building at Lexingto- t has boon wanted The corner atone ofa now irIs dormitory for tho Kentucky formal sad Industrial Institute colored nt Frankfort was laid ontheircommenco ment by Oov Beckham Tho attend ance was the largest in the history of the Institution r HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE Article lit The Mountain Region J I Sore TolU Itoi o aicrlctof articles on the moungdn rrglon of the South The tea nt writing these articles WM IURRM til to rrwMrut Front by the Intervlcwol Senator lllarklmru pulillnlieil In r5tetetnpert Inwhlcli lie iK ko nl tin mountiiln people a1 dpuceniled from convlrti stud Invlni tho dull hoot In Hi tn whcli rnuld never he enullrttnlr Such alight lug leinurU ilxiut tho mountain riKlmi have nen too nnnmon mt the of aomereprknla INce of the 411 duvrholdhg elne or the south The trash le that the oMabtOfratt have 1etnl thy It Innifcil to a elrrl number tt rolled rxxl f mlllnnil tbt ill the reitolthe world WM Inferior Thc hre trot believed ln tlierominon hcoplo It In 11IIl l true that the condition odlte In the mountain region era periilUr and It U the olijTtof three artlrJlII to how x1q thi li no Tim goo l or Kin the nlic worth jr neon of tbe mountain people will to shown ntil tho pay tuelrlerelopment loin lout The first thing to be said about the mountain region is that it is large The mountain counties of Kentucky Embrace an arcs larger than the States of Massachusetts and Connocticut put together and Kentucky is one of eight States each of which has a mountain end These mountain ends bunched together constitute a mountain empire of vast proportions ex tending from tho southern line of Pennsylvania to the iron bills of Bir mingham Peoplehave not noticed how large the mountain region was because thor had only thought of it a piece at u titian Thor knew there were mountains in Tuinasseo moun Grins in Kentucky and Virginia mountains in the Carol inns qud in Geotgin and mountain in Alabama but they had not realized that all thoHO mountain regions were part of ono great territory The next thing to be said about the mountain region is that it is a region of bad roads The people who live in this region are hindered in all their travel by the hills and streams The result is they cannot go from place to place or hold meetings or keep up thoir schools as easily as the people of tho world outside Tho third thing to be said about tho mountain region is that its people on account of these disadvantages and because there is loss fertile land in the mountain counties do not have as much wealth and prosperity on the average an people in other parts of thoso Southern States or the people in tbo Watt and in the North They live under certain disadvantages and difficultiesThe thing to be said about the mountain region is that its people in spite of these disadvantages have good minds and have shown them selves to have good capacity and good principle With proper education they will become in every way as happy and prosperous as people of the mountain territories in the Old World Wo shall take time to show in the articles which are to follow whore the mountain people came from and what services they have performed for their country as well as the bright prospects which are now opening before them IEREA COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT Borea comes to the end of its fiftieth year with gratitude for a great work accomplished for the benefit of all the people and bright prospects for its future The Commencement exorcises were of unusual brilliancy from first to last sail THE CITIZEN will present to its readers many of these in full in the next few numbers Maynterostnnd the address by HonA gus tus E Willson met our highest ex pectations More than sixty old sol diers were in line and the students exercises in the afternoon showed that the spirit of loyalty and devotion to our country is to bo continued among the rising generation We shall give our readers further report of Mr Willsons address Sunday May 31 was a crowded day The Sermon to Graduates in the morning by F J Van Horn was one of the most moving and eloquent ever heard in Bores J hn afternoon gathering in honor of the fiftieth an niversary of the founding of the church and village of Berua was B most notable ono A large company of tho former Htuduuta of Berea and its earlier settlers vonerablo mon and wqmon eat upon thu platform and sirionij them our patriiin li and proph et Bro Hogere After hid address which still bo uioru fully mporUxi later brief and most interesting remarks were made by Dr Burgess Rev Wm H Robe Mrs Laura Fee Embree Mr Howard S Fee Mrs Elizabeth Embree Rogers Rev An demon Crawford Dea Samuel O Hanson Dea Reuben E Preston Mrs JennieLester Hill Prof L V Dodge aad President Frost At night there was a platform meet- Ing in place of the last College Chap ol service at which brief addreeeeu were made by Rev E S William of California Prof F E Matheny now of Casper Wyoming Slipt Colb of Billiards Ohio Prof Rhoton of Georgetown Kentucky and Rev F J Van Horn of Worcester Mass Monday and Tuesday were occupi ed by examinations which were con ducted with groat success showing the thorough work of teachers and the diligence of pupils On Monday night was tho Concert by tbeHarmoma So ciety with a large attendance Prof and Mrs Lodwick have the right to feel proud of tho fcuccess of thoir ef forts in the music department On Tuesday night camethe address before tho Literary Societies by the silvertonguod orator of Kentucky Col Goo W Bain Hii subject was rho Safe Side of Life for Young Men and hundreds went away from the Tabernacle saying it was one of the best addresses to which thoy hid ever listened The great day Wednesday Junes dawned brightly andthe usual naval cade pf horsemen and horsewomen wagons carriages and crowds of all descriptions poured into the village The rain had laid dust and cooled the air and while one shower disturbed for a time the afternoon meeting in the Tabernacle tbe whole occasion passed off most delightfully The program published in our last issue was carried through without a break Perhaps the most interesting features were the exhibitions of the class in Carpentry in Home Science and the Farm Several of the addresses of the young people are to appear in Tug CITIZEN later At the close of the morning session prize Bibles were presented to eleven young people and diplomas for the completion of Courses in Domestic Science four in Carpentry three in the shorter Normal Course ten longer Normal Course three Academy Course four Collegiate Courses six Besides these the degree of Master ofScience was conferred upon a former gradu ate Prof John C Lewis of Cairo Ill and the Honorary degree of Doc tor of Divinity upon the preacher o the Baccalaureate Sermon Rev F J Van Horn of Worcester Mass and the highest of all degrees that of Doctor of Laws LL D was confer red upon Madison countys mos t eminent citizen Major Curtis F Bur nam of Richmond APTIST CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT Thursday evening instead of the regular meeting there will be a mis sionary meeting conducted by the Ladies Missionary Society leader Mrs Porter Choir practloe after this meeting Regular preaching services Sunday morning subject liThe One Thing Needful EveningliThe Study of the Scriptures A Baptist Young Peoples Union will be orga nixed Sunday evening at 6 30 The Lords supper will be administered at the morning service Kentucky Chautauqua The seventeenth anual session of the Kentucky Chautauqua will be held at Woodland Park Lexington June 30 to July 10 inclusive Ono of the best programs ever offered will be given The detailed program will be mailed to any address upon appll cation to Charles Scott Business Manager Lexington Ky TUB EYES OF MEN AND WOMEN lira similar in all respects Their con dition and requirements when exam ined are generally very different This is caused by difference in work and temperamentI GLASSES to suit these conditions anti meats are made and supplied here Tests made by skilful opticians with modern scientific instruments put us in possession of information which rightlassesPrices to suit the pocket TeA Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky WE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIER CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works- C F H1QQINS Prop Suit Reduction Great Cutprice Sale of Suits Full particulate and prices next week But do not wait delays are dangerous tbo best go firstyyou know COVINOTON BANKS Outfitters for Men and Boys Richmond Kentuckyi r y If Its From Joplins Its Good A full line of FURNITURE always on hand We invite our Berea friends to make themselves at home at JOPLIMSs when in Richmond CAKPRTS and MATTINGS 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Ginghams etc We ale adding daily new things in Lawns Allover Embroideries Laces Ribbons etc Ladies are especially invited to Oath sad see them SEE our beautiful Hue of Carpets Mattlugs aad Ruga The largest assortment cad beat values shown in the city SEE our line of Trunks Telescopes and Valia s SEE our Mon Women and Childrens Shoes at all price and the best you can buy for the money SEE our Mon 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 the Best Clothing at the Lowest Price DONT FAIL to inspect our stock before buying Orders taken for tailormade salts and fit guaranteed Only a look and you will be mwured that we can save you moaey II I LACKEY A HAMILTONCORN- ER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS RICHMOND KY IeiNMM r 1r o f ROBBED OF HIS BRAINS i The Slid Cnnfraufnn or Onr Ruined Man ft lo Wlmt Whlukr had Iliinr for Him Out In that one miracle of history the great Windy City by the unsalted seas there lives a man who I 7fcoul u drink tale unfold of the woes of r IA few years ago this man whose name for tenderness sake shall be rtleftfor you to guess was a prince in Industrial world He was worth his hundreds of thou sands The lord he was of a beautiful happy home A lovely wife confided in him and was proud of him bright eyvd children met him when he came home at night innumerable rlendsre prosperitybAmerica is the land of opportunity was mightily corroborated by this mans case lliglnnlng with the slenderest of L means relying mainly upon his own pluck iind gumption the manwe speak of soon forged to tltbfront in splendid styleWhile still a young roan he found himself nt the bead of n splendid busi ness Twelve hundred men were on his payroll and they were paid generously regularly for the boss be lieved in fair play On the great West side his plant was the wonder even of the enterprising denizens of that hustling un terrified center of American strenuosltyl His profits were 10000 a year And at the fates smiled upon him and his bank account grew and grew he more and more Jet himself out in his generosity toward his family his friends and the poor and time needy round about him There was not a mean hair In his head His heart was ns big as a moun oNE WORD TELLS IT ALL WHISKY tams and his future looked ns rosy all- an Italian sky lilt good fortune was but the nat ural and legitimate consequence of his rare endowment Nature had a given him a wonderful brain There arc today la the cityof Chi cago no less than 20 big men the ad vance guard of the financially power ful ones of the city who a few years back were employed by the man around whom this story centers nut the man of whom I speak where Is he todny QoH only knows A few dayn ago he was brought up before n Chicago justice of the peace charged with a petty tbeft beIin the case One word tells it all whisky This man lived to be 35 years old before flalcohol ever passed his lipsand then drinkn That one drink was his death war j rant Tjiat one rirink was the begin ning of his ruin Tlmt one drink loosed time furies which pounced upon him a mt destroyed liiiii strn11gifiendtto still another and before he rralie dClOlultlunL He got drunk And he got drunk nntl IU and presently he was a c1mmnonsot lily business melted euay like a ttiowbank in the springs time his beautiful home Win blasted us though it had bemistriekcmby till reil lightnings withering shaft The light in his fhllcirenV eyes went out the joy In iris wifes soul wii turueii to grief amid today the once brilliant prorpcroiifc pan the pride of abappy haute sled the march mind wonder of the whole couiiiiuniiy Is a tramp a common eneiik thief shivering cring insharsng himself and lunging to site In great city by the unsalted seushe rooms about peuiiilcky home lifr fitndleSb Using on time charity of a few frierttis hl health gone his brain Htldlcc hits uhole existence a purpet nightmare It Is jjhcjild ohistory And yet flit will nut profit Ivy it Oh hUmajiity Hum art the biggest fool thin t stupid iiiiiiic thing in ill the world Wilt iliuii never learn inIomV Will thus never rrtlwover and respect the fiiit that btang illink is litli What then 1st rtJ1urselresl ILxcrclii your will pimor Itcmeii- Whlfky never guts out into the M reel after u iuan The nun guulll saystand means what hi say coo g un turtjy miksand mniies ofsulous 4 aw 1 It Is the man who goes bUll gets hurtI have no one to blame but myself exclaimed the innn I write of That is wbat he said the other day as he stood ragged and shivering and miserably before the Chicago justice- I have no one to blame but myself I have been robbed of my brains by liquor and it is all my own fault This story needs no comment It speaks fot itself It is its own terrible interpreterIt necessary to remind the render that there is but one thing for him to do if he would escape the fate poorfellowwhisky grandly alone lie must eschew it as he would eschew the hellbroth mixed by Mac betts witches on time blasted heath Rev Thomas II Gregory in National Advocate SCIENCE AND ALCOHOL Intrrnntloiinl ntlAlcnhnl ConRreis- PruotlcnUr Settle Qaeatfnn of laU rlI Food Valor The international anti alcohol congress held at Ureme i Germany recently marks a distinct advancement in the attitude of scientists on the much discussed Alcohol a Food question Dr Forel whose learning qualifies him to speak with author ity stilted positively that alcohol hiss no food value whatever while its deteriorating effect on the human organism was set forth by Dr Xc grain of Paris in an able paper on Alcoholism nnd Tuberculosis Dr Legrain stated unequivocally that al cohol not only predisposes the human system to tuberculosis but also prevents the cure of that disease there fore a triumph over alcohol means a triumph over tuberculosis the so called white plague of this coun tryGratifying as these corroborative statements arc to those who wage a ceaseless war upon the evils that threaten both physical ant moral de structlon to time human race we take special interest in the comments thereon by those who do not usually stand with us for the abolition of the drink evil The following editorial in the columns of a Chicago daily paper which gave generous space to Irof Atwater and his theories is significant After all however the question does not deserve half the attention that has been given to it In point of fact it is a side Issue of small im portance For If it be admitted that alcohol has a food value it certainly will be conceded that ninny other substances nre greatly to be pre ferred as foods substances which impart nourishment without entail- Ing any of the deleterious effects of alcoholThat Is to say there are many foods both solid nUll liquid which are far more valuable than alcohol and which do not carry with them the possibility of sorrow suffering and disgrace Indeed even the stimulant value of alcohol is no longer generally con ceded by the medical profession IIi the language of a wellknown Chica go physician There Is nothing that alcohol will do as a stimulant and tonic that strychnine will not do twice is well and without anyof the evil results which follow the use of alcohol No mnn need delude himself with the notion that he needs whisky as a medicine Alcohol therefore must be rele gated to the class of substances which roan uses at his peril It has no quality which i not found in other substances which are innocu ous Union Signal- TEMPERANCE NOTES The man who clothes the publicans wife in silks and his own wife In rags bruteTenlpernnceAdvocate Excessive cigarette smoking is the medical reason assigned in the case of a man in New York state afflicted with sudden Insanity Over 160 jfchool principals in Wis consin have gone on record against the use of by school boys A determined effort is being made to prohibit the sale of cigarettes in the state As the result of an order by Mayor Murphy who lens just beet elected every saloon and nutria place in Chlckatsha L T was closed on Sunday the first dry Sunday for several yearn Instruction positively forbidding time use of cigarettes by those em ployed In the passenger service of the Xew York division of the Read ing railroad have been issued by the company Dismissal from the em ploy of the road is the penalty for failure to obey the mandate It is not safe to trust the lives of passengers in the hands of men who smoke cigarettes is the only explanation given Trot G Jordan of Bates col lege wis recently asked to analyze some socalled beer confiscated by a sheriff in Maine ills report was ns follows I should say that it was composed of the rinsings from a sour molasses barrel the suds ob tained In washing n barroom floor and all of the moldy grain the liquid would absorb It is only 27S percent alcohol lint a man ought to be proseLuted for selling such stuff Urjrcl Joonkrci ra a BoBdime The new villagecouncil of tear Lake Mich bas voted unanimously to re ject the bonds presented by saloon- keepers applying for license This WJIK Tone utter An ear eJlt discussion ioiuernin the moral effect of the upeosuioona- d THE SUNDAY SCHOOL L Mom la tike International Serlu for June 14 lIMOViml at lloinr THE IESSON TEXT Acts 5leI II and 31 11 And when wo came to nome the centurion delivered the jirlioner to the captain of the guard but Paul was But fered to dwelt by himself with a soldier that kept him 17 An4 It came to paulthaI utter three days Paul called the Jews together and when they were come together he said unto them Men and brethren though I have committed noth ing against the people or customs of our fathers yet was I delivered prisoner from Jerusalem Into the hands of the Romans IS Who when they had examined me would have let me go because there was no cause of death In me 19 But when the Jews spake against It I was constrained to appeal unto Caesar not that I had ought to accuse my na lion ot ax For this cause therefore have I called for you to see you and to speak with you because that for the hope of Israel I am bound with this chain And they said unto trim We neither received letters out of Judaea concerning thee neither any of the brethren that came skewed or spake any harm of thee nut we desire to hear of thee what thou thlnkesl for as concerning this sect we know that everywhere It Is spoken against SI And when they had appointed o day there came many to him Into his lodging to whom he expounded and testllled the Kingdom of God persuading them con cernlng Jesus both out of the law of Moses and out of the prophets from morning till evening i And some believed tlto things which were spoken and some believed not And Paul dwelt two whole years In his own hired house and received all that came unto him Preaching the Kingdom of God and teaching those things which concern the Lord Jesus Christ with all confidence no man forbidding him OOlDKM TiXTf nm not nchnmed of the gospel of Chrlit Haul I ml OUTLINE OP SCRIPTURE SECTION Paul on the fslandtcts23J1OT- he Journey to HomneActsfeal16Conference with lhJewsacts3lt ir Pauls testimony Acts SJ1Pauls stay In RomeActs a 3- lTIIBA D W63 PLACEMelltA and Rome NOTES AND COMMENTS Gods promise t2 Paul that he should witness for Him In Koine wai kept As our lesson shows the apos tie considered that ho was there to witness for Christ more than he was to defend himself Though a pris oner ho preached the Gospel effect- Ively lIe did not allow his bonds to hinder Ida but made even them help lIIustratelllIthere is a will there is a way The enforced stay of three months on the island of MclIU gave 1uiil a chance which he could never have had otherwise to preach the Gospel and his life of humble service for others mint intro preached quite as much as Ills words The word bar- barIans meant simply peOpIe who did not speak Greek The first stop was at Syracuse the capital of Sicily After leaving Ilhegium the course lay between the famous headland Scylla and the whirlpool Charybdls Putcoli was the principal port of southern Italy and situated on the north side of the bay of Naples As Paul entered the harbor time volcano Vesuvius was in plain sight and also the beautiful city of Pompeii The cordial treat ment of the traveling Christians by the brethren at Putcoli whom they hind never seen shows that Christianity had now become a great brotherhood It could no longer be called a Jewish sect but was a wjrldconqucrlng religion The fact that the Roman Christians came the 40 or more miles to time market of Appius to meet Paul touched him greatly Though ho had kept up the courage of the others his own heart was troubled and he longed for hu man love and sympathy He knew that he was approaching n life and death crisis and what he had heard from the soldiers of Roman prisons trials and executions was not yeas sitting Paul was suffered to abide by himself In Isis own hired house v 30 with only the single soldier to whom he was bound by a pair of handcuffs one being fastened to his wrist and one to the wrist of the soldier Called together the chief of the Jews To explain the situation to them Paul shrank from being considered untrue to his nation and their religion and tried to show them that he was not We desire to hear Paul Is a rabbi evidently enjoying the favor of the Roman authorities so that the Jew ish leaders are ready to hear from him what they had not eared to hear from any of the despised Roman Christians Bosworth The last picture of Paul given UR in the Book of Acts is of time man at work in him prison as earnestly as ever befoul teaching all those about him of Jesus and by hIs let tern strengthening those who were far away The letters to the Ephe clans Philippians Colossians and Philemon were written from this Roman prison It Is generally be lieved that Paul was released spent several years In active missionary work was again imprisoned and nanny beheaded at Rome but our history stops Just here and the facts of the rest of his life are very un certainPRACTICAL SUGGESTION The faithful disciple will testify for Christ no matter what his circum stances may bn The faithful disciple will lose no time in testifying for Christ wherever he may go The faithful disciple will study the Scriptures that he may testify for Christ with authority The faithful disciple will continue to testify for Christ though many reject his witness Hardneu of heart U not a sign ol strength of character r INDIVIDUALITIES Kntale Aropardl n Maltese who celebrated hione hundredth birthday recently still arises at four a m and goes to church every morning The money has all been collected for n proposed memorial to the late n W Itlackmorc the author of Lorna Doonr Kxcter cathedral hats been selected as the place for time memorial which la to take the form of n three light stained glass window and n sculp lured tablet The committee engaged hardyIindyardIllnckwood Rev Dr Francis L Hawks Iott president of St Johns college at Shanghai China Is visiting lloxton Ur Pott is now a Chinese subject He is a graduate of Columbia and was ordained to the Episcopal ministry In 1SSG going almost immediately there after to China Some years ago he married the daughter of a Chinese clergyman who was one of the first native Chinamen to come to thin cotta prluUloodHevworks written In Chinese Including a life of Christ and several Chinese treatisesC a member of the Ev eryman company says that while Sir Henry Irving Is fully aware of his own mannerisms both on andoff the stage does not care toliavc remarks made about them by fellow players On die lavingbeenthey had mistaken the hour and were considerably ahead of time One of time actors a very clever mimic pro ceeded to give n lively imitation of Sir lltmrys work In the piece they were upbandedvoicecame from the dark auditorium goodinnod in the same company Mr Illank CHURCH AND CLERGY His estimated that If all time Sunday schools of the Protestant churches were arranged In marching order they would make a line 1000 mites long 10000 to the mile The Presbyterian church of Chey ems Wyo has bought n Gospel tag on for tho use of the pattor at large mod the Sunday school missionary of the state jn order that they may pr not rate into the Interior of the country and thus carry on their work of evangelization It if precisely 100 years since time first Roman Catholic service wan held in Australia then indeed n very new and Fined colony Now according to a writer In the Catholic World time population of New South Wales II about 26 rnr cent Roman Catholic anti time archdiocese of Australia hi a Catholic population of about 110000 The diocesan convention of the Pro frslanl Episcopal church In session at Garden City X Y refused the title of honorable to Judge Augustus Van Wyck The judges name headed the lay committee and when a clerk read it one of the delegates suggested thud honorable should be prefixed na Mr Van Wyck limit been a justice of the supreme court Another delegate protested vigorously saying that no lay titles either earned or otherwise fthoutd be recognled by the conten lre3lJedG2SCHOOL AND COLLEGE Germany has 21 unlvernlticx Italy 21 Austria 10 Russia S iind Great Britain 1- 1During the year 1002 232 dogs were subjected to experiments at the University college London When the duke of Saxe Cob trg the English youth who is heir to the prin cipality entered hone university on YouIpelltkeep hurt n German prince as you know must be German to the cure and think and feel German Congressman Tawney of Minnesota reached the conclusion that the American public school system is semi ously detective in that not enough at tention Is given to elcmentarj branches This decision has bees reached because eight young men se lected by him for appointment to West Point or Annapolis have been re jected In succession because of inabil ity to pass in elementary English branches though nil were high school graduates and were selected largely localise of high standing as students Mr Tnwney is convinced that pupils are being rushed through grammar schools without proper training OF SCIENTIFIC INTEREST Mr Follett Osier the Inventor of the anemometer recently died at the age of 95 Treatment of diseases of the eye by electricity has been tried as long ar electricity was first scientifically em ployed in therapeutics Monsoon stations are to be estab lisped III India for the purpose of ink Ing observations by menu of kites aiul kite balloons The first station will be In the Himalayan nt Simla 7000 feet above time level of the tea It la nnnounced by Prof Arthur W QoodspeeH of the University of Penn sylvania that he has been experiment Ing with rays emanating1 from the hu nail body Although photographs were made by the old of Crookes tubes It In asserted that the tube were not the actual means of producing the photograph but that theyacted simply ns- inaenslfiers of the rays Prof Good peed Is said to have ascertained that theruy from the human body pass wjjli difficulty through glass end with ease through alulIlnlunlI Berea College Founded 1855 W PLACES TilE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo ear Course with agriculturo for young men and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Ctrpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal Courses For Teachers Certificate State Certificate and Stale DiplomsiAcademy Course Four years lilting for College for business and for life Go logo Courses Literary Scientific Classical loading to Baccalaureate degrees Music Choral free Rood Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian odu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental lee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term IJi Weeks may be brought wlthlu fUlMOO about tilt to bo paid in advance The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians DmclpletO Congregation alista Methodists Presbyleriana and good people of all denominations IMOtHUlU Ml rilEKDLV sdenss iit SCCKtIAIt WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky More Weber Wagons t Have bean sold in Beroa this your than over boforo of auy wagon in the some length of limo WEBER is King ofall BICKNELL EARLY Sole Agts d Madison County Roller Mills oIIIIIIt Manufacturers Fancy Roller flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour oIIIIIIII F Potts Duerson r Whites Sultan K- yTHEODORE JR1 will nUnd my rogstoral n REGISTERED NO 14223 of of of Dentistry of Cincinnati tJnil vru no Court St Cincinnati Duroc Jersey boar nt my homo in Beroa Ky for the spring season of 1803 at CO cents payable at time of service Tb bOar Is very fine hog duringtheby some of the beet breeders In toe county and has served In the herd of J W Herndon YUI Richmond KyGreenhousesLOU DISTANCE PHONE NO laar Plants Cut Flowers and Designs ALBERT REICHSPFARR Prop J Ohio College Dental Surgery Dfpjitmeot Univtnily Out rat 0 a e This College was organized in 1RI5 anti the 58th Annual Session begins about October 1003 Three sessions of seven months each am required for graduation This in the first Dental o established in the West It is coeduca tional and has n teaching corps of twenty instructors Its build ngs are modern and well adapted to the riuiremenU of modern dental Optionaltin are also given afwFor further information and announce Dean11LGarfield 4 r I THE CITIZEN 3THE HOME THE HOMESPUN FAIR PRIZES Tim lJomollllllll Fair hold in eon noel ion with Iho Cominoiicttinnnt ex nriiniH of Boron Collogn wens tlio bent ono yet Moro ontrios wore wndoand- tbo work displayed was gruniur in variety nnd bettor in workmanship than over before Tlio following in tho lifit of thn prim r1willllcrllIFoinospuii Covnilids irHl pri7o Mm Mary Anilc rHoiiTynur Kyjsoo ConklingrI lonuspuafahlo aprenI first prize Miss Nnnniu Anglin Huron Ky sec ond Mrs Mary Anderson rynor Kyl Linney cotton and wool ulna Lucy WilKon Orwn Hall Ownloy county second Mm I A Ambrose Conkliug Ky- Homespun Ail wool Blanket first Mm Isabella Ambrose Colliding Ky second W Tread way Vincent Ky Ilomoftpim Blanket cotton and wool first Mm I Ambrose Hocond N1nmdWnql first Mm Lotlio Ilolbrook OriMMi hull Itysocorid 110110I Linen first noun second Lucy Wilson Rug Carpel first W Trondway wvond nonu- Itng Rugs first Mm Frank I lays Heron Hocond Mm Lucy Vilnon- Itiickuyo lint first MimLupy Car ter Bicond none Hiickoyo BiutkotH first MINI Mary Carter ncconel none Oak nplit Banket first none soc and Mm Mary Anderson Axhnndlo first Thomas lflrrillI second polio Knit Sooks first Mrs Ambrose second A Ialloy Knit MiltwiH first noun second Mm M Anderson Tin greatest contest wan over tho coloring A Imaiitifnl assortment of fast colors in yarn notion and lias wan shown In thin Mm IsalMillo AtnbroMo Itll all competitors taking first on all blues in lx th tho flax and tilt yarn and wool classes Shn also took first In greens HOCOIK for 11101 brown nnd roil Mm Lucy Wilson took first prizo money on yellow nnd brown Kcond on blues and fifth on rod Mm Miio HolbrookMrs Smith of Egypt W Tnwdivay and Mm Scale of Q vitloy County wero othi r micciMtful competitors In the coloring contest IrsME LCSTCR HIM THE SCHOOL THE STORY AND THE STORY TELLER Bv LCOIXI Kiscn Chicago When the world was young nnd man was in his childhood tho old hand wont from ramp lro to campfire filling n dear ponce in tho hearts of mUll His coming brought good cheer nnd hearty inturcNt Mon sat at his feet and listened to him with child liko simplicity ICven tie spy who went into tho cnomitw country sough- Ulu mifetyof hnrK rHdiiguHo tocloak his dangerous errand No one Will loved or hull in more veneration tom the sweet singer who often swayed tho multitude with his song Niptrilkaninits stories fold not road and it seems inlerotitiug apply it to our stories with littlo children Why is it that a little child is more interested in tho story that is told to him than iu tho story that is remit Is it not because ho noels the magnetism of the story tellers oye iindriinilonnd the dramat ic quality in tho telling that is more important from his point of View thou the story ns n thing in itself Door ho not ueod the force of jxjretfn ality to omphnHizo the plot and bring out tho climax with vivid force J A little child demands the combination of n good story aud a clevP- tollor of stories Since children of al 1IIIUOIIM have had this demand iu their lives it will interest us to look mo deeply into the mihjoet and find 011 what it is that makes n good storytol ler Children deal with essentials and s we havo no more justly severe judge than the sympathetic little child He appreciates us if wo are worthy nnd contrariwise if we fall short ho sits in judgement anti weighs us very correctly To livo with little chil dren always brings out tho host that ia in us because thoy aro a little t closer to the great heart of s than wo And so we test oursely on every side that wo may be fair all 0 that is within us Tho story hour should bo as much an institution in tho childs lift as the r dinner hour It feeds him as truly as his food does The dear old once upon n time is like n slice ol bread uud butter with jam on it Continued THE FARM POULTRY YARD NOTES FOR JUNE Suggestions for Every d y Practice U your hen houses am thoroughly leaned at this time nnd all posaibili ty of too lice pest obliterated your owls will hnvo n pleasant summer II this is neglected all kinds of all moutH may visit your flock Three fourths of nil troubles that besot fowls from the lice pent and bad food ug If these two evils wore done away with tar better result would attained and tho keeping of fowls would bo a constant pleasure Give tho Junehatched chicks nil the advantages possible to grow Feed nnd taro for them tho very test that can bo and you may help them to maturity If neglected they will scarcely make profitable winter lay ers Keep their coops and surround ings perfectly clean nnd grow them to a quickcompletion As the days anti nights grow warmer HIM to it that the lion and chicks have shade from tho sun during tho day and plenty of room and air at night Overcrowding on warm nights is debilitating It reduces strength nnd vigor it regards growth More is lost by a brood of chicks during ono hot night of overcrowding could ho regained in two days Go ready tile colony coops BO an to move tho halfgrown chicks in groups shoat tho farm near n cornfield close to the orchard just at tho edge of a small grove or to any place whoro they can have a free range with somo shade and no danger from wandering marauders either man or boast In some localities tho former is by far the worst By this timo thousands of poults will bo pooping for n further exist ence Dont coddle or overcrowd them Keep them clean dry and away from tho burning hot sun Food thom plenty of broken grainno wet or sloppy food Bread of all kinds is good and last but not least keep them free from the lico pest Of all our fowls none are so quickly injur ed when small ns are the young tur keys by lieD damp and bad foaling Continued i THE CHURCH OiEDIENCE THE KEY Olxxlionco unlocks ovary blessing that God can give If you want the blessing of tho fruit of the ground you must obey the law of planting hoeing and harvesting If you want the blessings of health and happiness you must obey the laws of life There is no obedience that will bring such Inch returns as obeying God Wo have loon studying lately in our Sundayschools about St Paul The turning point in St Pauls life is given 25 years niter the event in tho speech before Oov Foetus Where tht heavenly vision Acts 20 19 Th truth of God had come very near to seizeu1 it and over after followed it At that time God promised Paul to deliver him from tile people Novo asIwhips but ho was protected by God lIe was immortal till his work was dono GOd delivered his life If God could so wonderfully protect Paul God can protect any body who obeys him 110 can protect you and mo I think tho most precious thing in Gods care for Paul was the way God helped his notil Paul did not loss heart God kept on and was cider ful and joyous His letter to the Philippians has joy rejoicing and gladness in its four brief chapters seventeen times repeated In the let showsIknowledge and gills aud spirit Bud whtHe says in Acts 2C 22 Having therefore obtained help from God I continue witnessing unto this day At this time Paul had been two years in prison he was speaking ono who was on trial for his life fow years later be was beheaded But his happy spirit lasted to the end Dear friend be happy in Christ Yoi will if you obey G A BUHOESS PicnicesAll members of tho L T L are i vited to a picnic in Mrs Frosts yard at two oclock next Tuesday afternoon All como and wear your ledges r n i Half a cent buys enough SHERWINWlLLIAMS PAINT for two coats on one square foot of surface LBICKNELL 8i EgRLYJ Attention Mountain Boys Chicago June 603 To the Boys in the Kentucky Moun tainsMy For forty years I have wanted to see your school at Bo tea Its first principal Father ROil era won my heart to Christ Its first mytits vicepresident 18991901 was my classmate I am proud to call its president Wm Goodell Frost my friend In his home and those of the teachers whoso kindness has made the last Commencement a memorable time in a happy life I have learned what Southern hospitality means my first experience I like it I love it Your corn bread is delicious That yellow cream which rises on your milk reminds me of California Your horses are superb Imsure I saw des cendants of tho great Kentucky Lex ington on the Campus Pea Vine stock is number one If I were just out of college and were leading a sweet girl graduate up to the ministers the Berea mountains would make a sharp rapatap on my heart How can I express my thanks to hospitable homes good drivers of noble horses wholesome young men kindly maid ens better than to commend to you their neighbors to make a break from narrow valleys and get out to suc part of the College Campus as by its pedal work interests you Fifty years ago I got out of a Wall street oflice fled wont to school at Oberlin There learned of the Carpenter of Nazar ethle880ns worth more tome than Carnegies millions Morgans ships o Rockefellers oiltanks If you want to go more than you want tostaygol Make a way Get there Dont look for a coal wino or a vein of gold or great herds in your mountains un til you have learned what to do with them from your best friends in Berea Ive seen a bit of the world myself doeso much with a dollar as the Bereans Get up and go for some schooling therel Do not be selfish about it To bo sure that you dont get homesick take your sister with you May God bless the boys and girls of the moun false round about Berea is the prayer of your California friend EDWIN SIDNEY WILLIAMS Saratoga Cal THE LOYAL TEMPERANCE LESION I promise to try my best 1 Never to drink anything that can make me drunk 2 Never to use tobacco or cigarettes 3 Never to use bad words Tho following are the names of those who signed the abovo temperance pledge in Miss Hayes school Berea this county Mary Robinson Veda Robinson Mahala Robinson Alpha Robinson Flora Robinson Hayes Reynolds Edwin Tatum Roy Maupin Bessie Man pin Willie Maupin Nora Harrison Daisy Harrison Agnes Wesley Myrtle Todd Delia Robinson Mable Bitknell Myrtle Baker Minnie Clymer Jennie Chosteeq True Coyle ChastoeA n Myrtle Chasteen Johnnie HaystGeorge Moore Henry Muncey Luther Prince Willie Preston Susie Holliday Roy Salyer Mollie Boggs RobinsonnLizzie Williams Addie Williams TitHe Williams Ivy Todd Minnie Robinson Erbie Todd J lVtth your reach which has such a lIt of the l Paintllithifl Highest Qualities You cannot hesitate to decide at onco where to buy your paint for the Sherwin 1Villiams paint is Best of all Paints SOLD ONLY BY fl AUTOMATIC FOUNTAIN A acre Method of Giving Fowl ptah Water All the Time The accompanying Illustrations rep an automatic fountain KUIIIplyter pressure will do Those I use In my yard In the sum mer are of the following proportions although they may be made In any length desired provided they arc set perfectly level Ten Inches wide 0 Inch es deep 30 Inches In length Make the body of the tank out of 1 by G Inch stuff and have It lined with galvanized IronThe cover is also made of galvanized Iron formed Into a halt circle This THE AUTOMATIC FEEDER cover answers several purposes It covers the entire top of the tank all but one Inch tho full length of the fountain This prevents leaves straw and other accumulation from blowing Into the water yet gives the fowls plenty of room to drink without up letting or polluting the water It also drowninghas water The fountain Is to be placed four and a halt Inches in the ground and set per fectly level This will leave It out of the ground one and a half Inches which will prevent any dirt etc as In case of a heavy rain washing Into It withrtho surface It also keeps the water freshi this fountain Is perfectly automatic requiring no filling the entire season The auto matic fittings may be procured at any plumbing establishment as It Is sane as Is used in all flush water tanks Fasten the automatic feeder at or near one end of the fount so as to give the rod and hollow copper ball plenty of freedom so that It will not catch the sides or end Connect the recd pipe onehalf Inch will answer with your supply and the fountain Is ready for useAs the water enters the fountain the copper ball float rides on the surface raising the water and In so doing la gradually closing the shut off valve and when level full It Is entirely closed As the fowls drink the water It lowers the copper float thereby opening the valve nnd admits Just enough water to bold the fountain level full It In any case you wish to clean out the fountain It may bo dono Inside o one minute by simply pressing tho cop per nail float to the bottom This opens the valve to Its full capacity and overflows tho fountain thereby carrying off any dirt that may have accumulated on the bottom- I have used this drinking fountain for two seasons and would not give It up for anything I have ever seen on the uarkctP II Sootblll In Poultry Keeper Smothered In Gold Joseph Micoulas a gold refiner was at work in a Paris laboratory recently when ho was seized with a fainting spell and his head fell for ward into a basin of gold dust r which penetrated his nostrils and eventually suffocated him This is the first death of tho kind ever re corded iu Pwia CI o MORPHINEOpium permanently cured without pain or from leaving no for drugs or other stimulants We restore the nervous and physical systems to their natural condition because we remove the causes of disease Ahomeremedy prepared by an eminent physician WE UAHANTEE A CURE FREE TRIAL TREATMENT Confidential correspondence especially with physicians solicited Write today Manhattan TlMraMutto Association Mst A BrMtfway New Ytiek 1417 nom tNEDfORps DRAUGHT fORCoNSTIPATION Constipation is nothing more than a clogging of the bowels mill nothing less than vital stagnation or if not If constipated sufferer could re that ho is allowing poisonous filth to system he would soon eel relief Constipation invites all kindof Headaches bilious ness colds and many other ailments disappear when constl- patCtt are relieved Thed fords UlackDraught thoroughly- cleans out the bowels anf1UY and natural manner without the purging of calomel or other violent cathartics He sure that you get the origi nal Thetlfonl DlacltDraugbt made byflle Chattanooga Medi cine by all druggists in 25 cent and flOO packages Bonni irk WIT gj teal I raiDot nrossed7hedferaa BUck Draight too htirhlr krtp It laf how ill the Use and hue aM4U for tkeUit lee teen I Mrer ran r chUdm uy other UxtUT I tklik I rotld Ittron UpUoB Your BtdlrU b- aD that seep me up e B XcFlRLlXB I have practiced medicine for 36 years and have consulted the leading physicians in this country in regard to remedy for Dyspepsia but have never been able to find anything that would effect a cure until I used Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure I have suffered with stomach trouble for years Could not eat anything but milk toast for months but since I used Kodol I can eat anything and feel that my health lifefI cannot say enough for Kodol for it has saved my life and I know that it will cure any case of Dyspepsia if taken as directed M D Settle M D Big Hill Ky East End Drug Co do you suppose dip into that bulk before you buy it Lion Coffeecomes tight packages no chance for or dirt or things to get in- Cuss Fresh sad FmruL OItOCFr CeiiflM Child ami Ih 1 Farmers National BanktRichmond Ky 000Surplus We solicit your patronage I JAMES BENNETT Pres S S PARKES Cashier SAVE MONEY By buying NEW AND SECONDHAND FUR NITURE AND STOVES of R H CHRISMAN fr h WHEN IN RICHMOND Call at Covington Arnold Bro For Queensware Glassware Crockery Lamps etc etc MAIN STREET RICHMOND KT i rIa QE O ILr r t ROBBED OF HIS BRAINS f Tilt Sad ConffMnfon at One ItolnrdM- MU a to Wlmt WhlnUy Had Dunr for Him Out In that one miracle of history till nnt Windy City by the un f 1taltedseas there lives u man who f could n tale unfold of the wood of trullg drink A few years ago thIs man whose name for tenderness sake shall be left for you to guess was n prince In j tie Industrial world 11k was worth his hundreds of thou The lord he VJIR of a beautiful happy home A lovely wife confided in him nnd was proud of him bright cytd ehlldrrn met him when he came home at night innuinernblc friends re iJolced In his prosperity The old adage that America the land of opportunity was mightilyc corroborated by this mans case llrpinniiif with the slenderest of menus relying mainly IIJHJII his own pluck and gumption the non we speak of soon forged to tin front In splendid style While still a young man he found him elf at the head of u splendid hush ness Twehe hundred men were on f t his payroll nnd they were paid gen erously regularly for the boss be lieved In fair play On the great West side his plant was the wonder even of the enterprising denizens of that hustling untcrrifled i center of American strenuosityl Ills profits were 30000 a year And nt the fates smiled upon him and his bank account grew and grew he more and more let himself out In his gen erosity toward his family his friends end tie poor and the needy round about him There was not a mean hair in his bead Ills heart was as big as a moun r s ONE WORD TELLS IT ALLWHISKT1 i taro and his future looked as rosy as an Italian sky Jilt good fortune was but the nat ural and legitimate consequence of his rare endowments Nature had given him a wonderful brain There are today in the cityof Chi cago no less than 20 big men the ad vance guard of the financially power ful ones of the city who a few years hack were employed by the man around whom this tory centers Hut the man of whom I speak where is he lodll Godionlyknows- A few day i ago he as brought up before n Chicago justice of the pease charged with n petty theft Already I opine Ihe reader is be ginning to catch on to the mystery in the ease One word tells it all whisky This man lived to be 35 years old before alcohol ever Passed his lipsand then he took rt drink That one drink wax his death war That one drink was the begin Iflint of his ruin That one drink loosed the furies which pounced upon liini mud destroyed hint tlendIr lion saddened nil the green He got drunk And be got drunk ingnin and again and presently he was a commonsotlib business melted lrl1rllgt In his chilli rcnV eyes went out the juy In his t ifrasoul was turned to grief niKi today the tllce brilliant prosperous luau the pride of a happy liomc and the uiartel and wonder of the whole community is a tramp a common mieuls thief shivering cring lug hating himself mud longing to die In the great city by the initialled sans he roams aliout iicniiilrsc home less frlrndleib living on the charily of a few friends his health guile hit brain addled lilt whole existence a perpetual nightmare It is the 01lliei story And yet rum will not profit by it Oh humanity thou art the biggest foul the most stupid Iii e tiling In all tle world Wilt thou never learn wlsdontV Wilt thou Jicvrr lUronr aiui rlI jet the fuel that kknng drink U Bell What then Asset yourselve I2xinlc your will pnweri He men Whisky never goo out into the street after a man The turn goes lu- after the whisky The unto who says J will not touch the accursed stuff and means what he saycan go tin Lurlby nllle and miles of utooun it It is the man who goes ta that gets hurtI here no one to blame but myself exclaimed the man write of Flint Is what he said the other day as he stood ragged and shivering and miserable before the Chicago justice I have no one to blnmc but myself I have been robbed of my brains by liquor and it is all my own fault This story needs no continent It speaks for Itself It is its own terrible interpreter It U only necessary to remind the reader flint there is but one thing for him to do If he would escape the fate that grappled and crushed the poor fellow out In Chicagohe must let whisky grandly alone He must eschew it as he would eschew the hcllbroth mixed by Mac bcths witches on the blasted heath lien Thomas Gregory In National Advocate SCIENCE AND ALCOHOL Intrrnallniinl Antltlonluil Congress rrnrtlrntlj MrUIri Qurctlnn uf- Imttrrn Fond Value The international anti alcohol eon gress held at Bremen Germany re cently marks a distinct advancement in the attitude of scientists on the much discussed Alcohol a Food question Dr Lorel whose learning qualifies him to speak with author- Ity stated positively that alcohol has no food value whatever while its deteriorating effect on the human organism was set forth by Dr Le grain of Paris in an able paper ou Alcoholism mind Tuberculosis Dr Lcgraln stated unequivocally that al cohol not only predisposes the human system to tuberculosis but also prevents the cure of that disease therefore a triumph over alcohol means a triumph over tuberculosis the so called white plague of this coun tryGratifying as these corroborative statements are to those who wage n ceaseless war upon the evils that threaten both physical and moral de struction to the human race we take special interest in the comments thereon those who do not usually Iltllllllwltil us for the abolition of the drink evil The following editorial in the columns of t Chicago daily paper which gave generous space to 1rof Atwater and his theories is signifi cantAfter nil however the question does not deserve half the attention that has been giver to it In point of fact it is a side Issue of small fin portance For if it be admitted that alcohol has a food value it certainly will be conceded that manyother substances are greatly to bo preferred as foods substances which impact nourishment without entail ing any of the deleterious effects of alcohol That Is to say there are many foods both solid and liquid which arc far more valiidble than alcohol nnd which do not carry with them the possibility of sorrow suffering and disgrace Indeed even the stimulant value of alcohol Is no longer generally con ceded by the medical profession la the language of a wellknown Chica go physician There is nothing that alcohol will do as a stimulant and tonic that strychnine will not do twice is well and without any of the evil results which follow the use of alcohol Xo man need delude himself with the notion that he needs whisky as a medicine Alcohol therefore must be rele gated to the class of substances which man uses at his peril It has no quality vrhldi Is not found in other substances which are innocu ous Union Signal- TEMPERANCE NOTES The man who clothes the publlcanii wife in silks and his own wife in rags is worse than a brute Temperance cigarette smoking is the medical reason assigned in the case of a man in New York state afflicted InKlmltlOver principals In WIt consin have gone on record against the use cigarettes by school boys A determined effort is being made to prohibit the sale of cigarettes in the state As tin result of an order by Mayor Murphy who bns just been elected every saloon and nutria place in Clilcknslia T was closed on Sun lily the first dry Sunday for several yea rs Instructions positively forbidding the use of cigarettes by those emir ployed In the passenger service of the Sets York division of the Read ing railroad have been issued by the company Dismissal from the em ploy of the road Is the penalty for failure to obey the mandate It is not safe to trust the lives of pas sengers In the hands of then who smoke cigarettes Is the only ex nil 11111 given Irof n Jordan of Rates col lege WAS recently asked to analyze SOUK socalled beer confiscated by a sheriff In Maine his report was as follows should say that It was composed of the rinsings from a sour mohiHsea barrel the suds ob tained in washing a barroom floor UquclIprosecuted for selling such stuff Itrjfil Mnluanktrprrii as Honilumm The new vlllagucotincil of hear Lake Mich has viiteti unanimously to re jest tic hoods presented by saloon- keepers applying for license This was door utter an earnest discussion concerning the moral effect of the open saloon THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Loa In like littermitlnnnl Sent for June 14 1013 1nol- ml Home TilE LESSON TEXT Act x19 S and II And when wo clime to Home the centurion delivered the prlioncra to the captain of the guard but Paul wat luf fend to dwell by himself with a soldier that kept him And It came to pass that after three days Paul culled the chief of the Jews together and when the were come to ether he said unto them Men and brethren though I have committed noth ing against tare people or customs of our father yet was I delivered prisoner from Jerusalem Into the hands of the Itomani IS Who when they had examined me would have let me go because there was no cause of death In me 17 Hut when the Jews ipake against It I won constrained to appeal unto Caesar not that I had ought to accuse my nay lion of ax For this cause therefore lisle I called for you to tee you and to speak with you because that for the hope of IsraelI am bound with this chain a And they said unto him We neither received letters out of Judaea concerning thee neither any of the brethren that came shewed or spake any harm of thee hut we desire to hear of thee what thou thlnkest for as concerning this sect we know that everywhere It Is spoken against IX And when they had appointed a day there came many to him Into his lodging to whom he expounded and testified the Kingdom of Uod persuading them con cerning Jesus both out of the tan of Motes and out of the prophets from morning till evening H And some believed the things which were spoken and some believed not 30 And Paul dwelt two whole years In his own hired house and received all that came unto him Preaching time Kingdom of nod and teaching those things which concern the Lord Jesus Christ with All confidence no man forbidding him OLIK TKXTI nm nnl nihnmeil of I lie gospel of Clirlnl limn Hill OUTLINE OP SCIUITURE SECTION Paul on the IslandtctsSl lo The journey to ltomeAct 3 1118 Conference with IhJewlAeU SIzPauls testimony Acts vtlrsPauls stay In RomeActs-TlMfl 3 31 D WC- PLACHMellta and Rome NOTES AND COMMENTS Gods promise to Paul that he should witness for Him in Route Will kept As our lesson Unvx the apos tie considered that ho was there to witness for Christ more than hs was to defend himself Though n prls oner he preached the Gospel effectively lie did not allow his honda to hinder him but mode even them help him Phil 112 13 He illustrated the truth of the proverb Where there is n will there is n way The enforced stay of three months on the island of Mellta pave Paul n chance which he could never hone had otherwise to preach time Gospel and his life of humble service for others must hare preached quite an much as his words The word bar barians meant simply people who slut not speak Greek The first stop was at Syracuse the capital of SicilyAfter leaving Ilhegium the course lay between the famous headland Scylla and the whirlpool Chnrybdis Puteoli was the principal port of southern Italy and situated on the north side of the bay of Naples As Paul entered the harbor the volcano Vesuvius was In plain night and also the beautiful cltof Pompeii The cordial treat ment of the traveling Christians by time brethren at Puteoli whom they had never seen shows us that Chris tianity had now become a great brotherhood It could no longer h called a Jewish sect but was n Wdorldconquerlng religion The fact that the llonian Christians came time 10 or more miles to the market of Appltis to meet Paul touched him greatly Though he had kept up the courage of the others his own heart was troubled and he longed for hUe man love and sympathy lie knew that he was approaching n lifeond death crisis and what he had heard from the RoIdieY of Koninn prisons trials nail executions was not reas all ring Paul wns suffered to abide by himself In his own hired house v 30 with only the single soldier to whom ho wan bound hJ a pair of handcuffs one being fastened to ills wrist and one to the wrist of the soldier Called together the chief of the Jews To explain the situation to them Paul shrank from being considered untrue to his na tion anti their religion and tried to show them that he was not We desire to hear Paul ix n rabbi evidently enjoying the favor of the Roman authorities so that the Jewish leaders are ready to hear from nisi what they hail not cared to hear from anyof the despised Roman Christian Bosworth The last picture of Paul given us in the Book of Acts is of the man at work In Iila prison as earnestly as ever hcfort teaching nil those about hIm of Jesus and by his letters Htrengthuirlng those who were far away The letters to the Ephe clans Phillpplans Colossinnx and Philemon were written from this Roman prison It Is generally believed thief Paul was released spent several years in active missionary work was again Imprisoned anti beheaded at Rome hilt our fnetlllofcertainPRACTICAL SUOGEBTIONfl The faithful disciple will testify for Christ no matter what his circiun stances may he The faithful disciple will lose no than In testifying for Christ where tier he may go The faithful disciple will study the Scriptures that he may testify for Chrlut with authority The faithful disciple will continue to testify for Christ though many reject his witness Hardnexts of heart In not It sign of strength of chuiaoter s INDIVIDUALITIES Nutate Axopardl a Maltese who celebrated hiolle hundredth birthday recently still arises at four n m and goes to church emery morning Time money line all been collected for n proposed memorial to the late W UlII cklll lire the author oflIrnaDonne Exeter cathedral has been selected as the place for the memorial which is to take the form of a three light stained glass window and a scalp Gored tablet The committee engaged in thin work includes Thomas lardy Hull ard Kipling Hall Caine anti h1 lllnckwood Kev Dr Francis L Hawks Iott president of SV Johns college at Shanghai China Is visiting baton Dr Pott Is now a Chinese subject He Is a graduate of Columbia and was or dained to the Kplscopal ministry In 18S6 going almost Immediately there after to China Some yenrsngo lie married the daughter of a Chinese clergyman who was one of the tint native Chinamen to come to this coun prltlthoodHeworks written In Chinese Including n life of Christ and several Chinese treatises C Itv Kennedy a member of the erytnan company says that while Sir Henry Irving is fully aware of his own mannerisms both on and off the stage he tines not care to have remarks made about them by fellow plnyers On one occiisiont the Irving company hinting been called for rehearsal found that they had mUtakcn the hour and were considerably ahead of time One of the actors a very clever mimic pro weeded to give n lively Imitation of Sir llenrya work In the piece theywere playing Ills effort was laughingly ap plauded hut just then a wellknown voice came from the dark auditorium Very good very good indeed So good In fact that there U no nerd fur you and 1111 thc amccompany Mr Itliink CHURCH AND CLERGY Ills estimated that if nil the Stintiat schools of the 1roteklnnt diuretics were arranged in inarching order they would nxike a line 1000 miles long 10000 to the mile The Presbyterian church of Chey enne Wyo line bought a Gospel wug on for the use of the paMoratUrge and the Sunday school mik lonary of the state Jn order that they mny penetrate Into tine Interior of the coon in and thus carryon their work of cvnngeiiMtlon It is precisely 100 years since the first Unman Catholic service ttna held In Australia then Indeed a very nrw and stall colony Now according to a writer III the Catholic World the population of New South Wale It about 20 per rent Koman Catholic and tlir archdiocese of Auttralin has n Catholic population of about 170000 Tie dloretan convention of the Pr trctnnt Kpitcopal church In session at Harden City N Y refused the title of honorable to Judge tuguslnaVan Wyck The judges name beaded the lay committee anti when a clerk read it line of the delegates suggested that honorable should be prefixed an Mr Van Wyck had been a jiulice of thin supreme court Another delegate pro tested vigorously saying that no lay lilies either earned or otherwise should be recognized by the conven than On a tote this view prevailed to a SCHOOL AND COLLEGE Germany has 21 universities Italy 21 Austria 10 Russia 8 mind Great Britain II- During the year 1902 232 dogs were subjected to experiments at the holy versity college London When the duke of SaxcCoburg the Kngllsb youth who Is heir to the prin duality entered Bonn university on Saturday the rector sold to him You rpeni your early life out of Gcrmrry What is good In Knglish education keep hilt a German prince as you know must be German to the core and think anti feel German Congressman Tawney of Minnesota has reached the conclusion that tune American public school system U sent ossly defective in that not enough at tention is given to elrmentarj branches This decision has beer reached because eight young men selected by him for appointment to West Point or Annapolis have been re jected iu succession Ixcause of Inahll ity to pass In elementary English branches though oil were high school graduates and were selected largely becauselof high standing an students Mr Tawney is convinced that pupils are being rushed through grammar schools without proper training OF SCIENTIFIC INTEREST Mr Follctt Osier the inventor of the anemometer recently died at the age of t 3 Treatment of diseases of time eye by electricity has been tried as long as electricity was first scientifically em played iu therapeutics Monsoon stations are to be estab lished In India for the purpose of tak lag observation by menus of kitesntTTI kite balloons The first station will hr In the Himalayas nt Simla 7000 feet above the level of the sea It h announced by Prof Arthur W Goodxperd of the University of Pennsylvania that he hlll beet experiment In r with rays emanating trop the hu man body Although photographs were wads by the aid of Crookes tubes it is asserted that the tubes were not time actual means of producing the photograph hilt that they acted simply at Ihtensifler of the rays Prof Good speed Is sold to have ascertained that tlne rays from the human body pUll with difficulty through glass nnd with eune through aluminium 4x Berea College Founded 1866 v PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Y 1 Applied Sclonce Two Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Ctrpentry Printing Housework Nursing two yews Normal Courses For Teachers Three courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and Slate Diploma Academy Course Four years lilting for College for buiineM and for life College Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure dlgf008MUllleChor1 free Hood Organ Vocal Piano Theory We art here to help all who will help themselves toward n Christian edu cation Our instruction ia a free gift Students pay n small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance ISxpoimes for term 12 Weeks may be brought within lMOOf about 15 to be paid in advance The School ill endowed by Baptists Christians Dwcipltw Congregation aliata Methodists Presbyterinna and good peopln of sill denomination rf f ORtUIIOI III FIICNDLV AOUCE tUttu lit StCKEtm WILL C GAMBLE Bcrca Madison County Ky More Weber Wagons Hare beau sold in Hun a thin year titan ever Iwforo of any wagon Iu the same length of time WEBER is King ofall BICKNELL EARLY Sole Agts Madison County Roller Mills 111 bhhIi4 Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Studs Crushed Corn EctvOur GOLD DUST Roller Floor will beihard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour oIIIlIlloI Potts Duerson I t whites Stition LtoTHEODORE JR f will eland my rogisb red REGISTERED NO 14233 IUAIANTiEUJ M IRichmond Richmond c KyI IPlants Cut Flowers and Designs jj 4Ji Ohio College- of Dental Surgery IsHP Dtpattmcnt of Dentistry of Cincinnati wr Central Court 8t Clnciniull O Duroc Jersey BOUiat mjr home in fierce Ky for the spring season of 1903 at CO cents payable at time of service Th hoar ill a very fine hog duringtheby some of tho best breodont in i the county and hIIOrvOO ia the herd of J Herndon EARLY 0 e r L t = AI LONG DISTANCE PHONE NO III Jl REICHSPFARR Prop Univtriily rat W Ii This College was organized Iu 1815 and the 0 58th Annual Session begins about October 1903 Thren penaionH of seven months each am i required for graduation This in tho first Dental College established in the West It is coeduca tional and lien a teaching corps of twenty in structor Its build ngs are modern and well to tho of modern dental J 1tionlllKifPIIArf1ment address H H SMITH D D SDeau 119 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio WHAT IS SUCCESS what II CSIth winning of much KOlllT Icrlmpi It u be won In honesty thlnKIDIs nameItYet he max be successful who U true Although he jnus from earth to be forgot Whet It success thl whining of greet power It may br It while great power one doth seek y7J lie still rmpftcts the rights of other men And tramitlcs not UIKIII the low and weak What la success T Not wealth nor fame norpower Hut purity of heart and love and truth And honest work well done for plod and JanHuccoi like Ibis be yours ambitious S south Nary M furrier In hams Horn I At the LiizartdI Cotillion By NHUUIH CRAVEY GIUIiMORH Cap 1ph4 im kj 0allltr rub ot crowded corridors uirliiro and Till of the Itnyai Iolnclauu Itrrnruted a ncrnc tcurcvly to he eur pnmrd anywhere for wealth nnd kplcu dor There wnfc the usual Hash nail Apalrkle of Jewel the magnificent dill pinyof continue beautiful women lin re of IIOMIIII and shoulder and linpot Ins men- The qulntckjicnce of Ingenloiu taste reigned U preIII ro The ballroom kchcmed to typify R tropical wildwood presented n vant aspect of tangled fo huge brilliant with native bloikonm Tiutcned to the network of vine mm tree with slender altnoxt Invisible cord the world of LarcrtllluedUport ed lUvlf nt will Some gorgeous In their livery of brilliant green were sprightly ltlvo courageous but entirely linrmle Others khy end crllIoCon I roll nibbled nklduou upon the food provided for them or ftknink bark In humeet retirement There were lying drake frilled blind stud hidpe litimlk monitor Reckon Route of the waterkpwle and I 1111 U III Ir able little house liurdk bright and variable In color Tnvnrc and hllllrlcncJfoek Krklcion mnde their way toword the ballroom The Aral figure was already in prog rna Well watch Isla nut mild Tnrare and afterward I Intend prckcntlnp ytt to Mr Malnv riiiR She It tint lull lovely blonde htniullng Jnit nuUhle the dour talking to tint mnn + rtUi the orders ou his lAt lirlokoon followed the others fare stud hie henit Rate a Hidden tiniuillu out bound na lie recognized the wom an The light from the nwetiit chan delier ntinte tell directly over her hanging the pink flesh tint of her noek and urine to dead white marble The gown she wore vnii of delicate inn uve and dropped about hire in be a twitching caioade Decidedly Irl- llnlllorhIR was a woman who not only Would carrysuch things hill become them Fur yearn Krlcoon lad pictured to liliiifcclf n possible meeting with the girl who had made mill the lovedreams t of his youth and litter manhood but it had never been anything like title i The reality far eclipsed every Investi tune of the Ideal Rut Mr Molnwnrlng wits another iiiunk wife At the conclusion of the figure Tavurc dragged him ncros the Hoar to where khc stool Kricnon had framed a dozen commonplace remark with which to greet tier but they oil seemed to tick Ktubbornly in Isle throat ax he once more gazed Into the purple pansy eyes that hail kept hive II bach don for the pokt ten ran lla is an undreamed of pleasure he managed to xay 1I1IAliI clakplng the hand dw extended At the Hound of hula voice Mrs Main waring bent a nwlfl ktartled glance A upon him her color changing quickly lack rlcClnor all people she exelai fed Why I thought you were In ici many studying She broke oil and hit her lip In slime vexation for having betrayed the fact that she hind given so much thought to any one titan and that man him I hurt been In lermnny till n good many years he explained taking up her words engaged In the KltHIlit mineralogy I have but just arrived and tomorrow shall leave for the vest where I hope to snake practical use of the knowledge 1 have spent years trying to perfect Tavnrc lend vaiilnhid mind they stood I there longer than cither knew talking and taking no note of time Presently Mrs Maluwarlng recalled herself with a start You must let me timid you n part ner she apologized 1 quite forgot for the moment that I was monopoliz ing you when nil this time 1 am sure youhnve been dying to join the dancers Hut Kricnon made a decided protest ngaluot anyhuch inclination Indeed I would fat rather nut he IntUted eagerly that in if you think you can put up with my society n little while longer Oh perfectly wellnhe responded with n smile hut for the next half hour I shall have to devote myself tot nomo of the guests Wh u you nee me dUctigaged commie When Mrs Mnlnwarinir hind disap peered In the crowd Krlcson took up his position in the shadow of n huge bank of palms where he could observe all that wns going on without him felt beingohserved Now for the first time ho gave his at tention to the dancing Favors were wvttMiWCVl being dlMrlhuted for ttu thltil Agars tiny vnrlculored chameleon fan trued with silver chains Some of these clung tenaciously to the women1 shoulders darting with light iiirmglike rapidity their extensile clubnhaped tongues halt out of their hideous hod ice Krlcion shuddered with disgust nt the sight and turning strode from the room He paced up and down a deserted veranda for 15 or 20 minutes after wnrdi standing quietly near nn open window where he could watch his op portunity to join Mrs fuimiwaring In u little while It carne He KUW her speak to a debutante In pink and then more off aimlessly In the direction of u vacant corridor You look warm he until going up to her suppose we walk 1I1IldlIWhen they had stepped piazza he turned to lien with nn odd light In hula eyes and drew liar arm In hula Do you kliow be said qnlAkly one thing liiix glvenmelncxpreRslUle pleas lire tonight And thud Is That you ate not In theie one of them those women with the loath Mime little things clinging to their bosons and shoulder UH utterly nauseating plow can refined women stoop to such OH that 7 Mrs Mnlnwnrlng laughed In IIn In scrutable fashion und said nothing Then prcently ItdocssciMiinhxiird she admitted in a curious voice half sober hul f don tempt UOUH I could never marry n woiiinn wlij lowered herself to such things he laid musingly Mrs Inlllwnrlllg offered no protest and KricKon went on Inn different tone Shaking of marriage lie raid flush lug under cower of the dark that Is a change which lint cone to you sluice Come nnd gone sits Interposed in a low voice 113 hilKlmiid lute been dead three years KrlcMiu gazed at her Incredulously tremulouslywith a lircnthlrsu heart beat Under the Impulseof this great new joy he bent suddenly toward her then controlled lilnmclf amid sold quite carelessly that he had not hennl Mr Malnvonrlng was very much old er than lkhe punned presently rVe never were congenial he was nearly always occupied with his huslncKK and Iwell I cjulte Inadvertently drifted Into this life Krlcsnn was regarding her Intently he could not altogether comprehend her mood lie wondered vaguely If over so falut a regret fur the old piM their pant stirred In her heart file luiil refused him once and maillike he hind accepted her words as llnal and put tilt ocean between them The orchestra vas playing some dreamy thing of Chopins the spirit music fired Ills blood and he looked down Into her eyes with n strange compelling Intensity Mrs Mainwar Ing felt his gnjie and her cheeks crim sinned In swift response There was no word spoken lint he caught her slid dcnly In Ills arms Koran Instant she lay there her cheek against Ills Then she freed herself and glanced up into hula fare shyly11cr scarlet lips were slightly parted and her breath came through them In tremulous little whis lucre Krtcson bent and kissed her twice Can you be reedy to go with me to morrow he asked eagerly 1 cant lose any more tline II lid I cant porrlbly part with you again thus Malnwurlng did not speak at once Hut presently a wonderful unlle came Into her eyes and she laid her hood in lira Mregbefore n picture looking tip at It when Tavares tapped gently on the door of her pr vale parlor I sent for you llddahe began waring him ton chair because = she appeared to hesitate n moment then hurried on Itccniue I wanted to ask a favor of you Teddy slue went on folding and unfolding her tan in a nervous little way that did not belong to her Mr Krlcson does not iiuut not know who planned the cotillion for tonight She came and stood in front of him rev garding him with oddly anxious eyes Tavareg gave her n quick glance of amaze 1 dont exactly understand he observed In a puzzled tone Then I nuletlellyousnuiebingled- lfr are to be married tolIIlIrrowJllck nnd 1amid go west Immediately I knew him many years ago I have nl ways lowed him Something foolish and Insignificant came between us What he saw here tonight sickened himII could never marry a woman who lowered herself to such thlngsthat is what he wild lie is going to take me away from It all the sham hypocrisy emptiness of such a life And I ah I shall be the happiest of women Teddy flee very happiest I Tavarcs eyes sought hers piercing ly and from their depths a keen bitterness looked oat For one brief second his emotion threatened to master him his face paled mid he felt himself from head to foot She had been the one woman and there would never be a secondOf course I shant he said with a careless smile stooping a moment to kiss her outstretched hand The next he hind passed noiselessly from the room Mrs Mnlnwarlnfr sank into a chair and broke Into a storm of tears N Wonder It railed Marynattyana nn Arkansas post of flee recently discontinued for luck of hualnesi was named In honor of the three daughters of its first last and only postmaster who were called re spectively glary Hatty awl AauaN Y Suns rl Y I THE REVOLT OF HETTYB- y H HERBERT MORTON I Coyjilfkt MM bypsuystoryrue- CoWhIY had she let him go Whyoh had she sent him from her with hot words on both their tongues Many times had she asked both these questions and many others of like pur port In the weary days and nights since he went The quarrel had been incon sequential a mere matter of plqUe nnd pride lie had tried in his grave man ly serious way to patch It upthis slue had remembered ninny many titmice and site lad stubbornly rebuffed him Sin lured him had loved him before the quarrel during its progress and ever since he hind gone away How dearly she hind never known until the long lonely months after hula depar tureShe had consoled herself at titmice with the thought that loin foolish jeal ousy had brought it on Hut the com fort turned to thorns at the further reflection that he was just the least bit justified and after all it was his great love for her that made him jealoUs and after he hind gone nail she reviewed it nil dispassionately she admitted to herself that shin loved him all tin more because he was jealous of her lint It was oil ancient ItIAton now He hail faded from htrllrllIneiJolnell- Ihl army and was winning honors for his reckless bravery in the Philippines while she had Indeed fallen upon evil days Her mother dead her stepfather hind Bern named as executor of the will mutt her guardian and he hail Mt his heart upon her marriage with Nathan Trumhull for reasons not Ills tantly related to his own pocketbook Upon her indignant refusal to consider the matter she hnd been shown very pointedly anti conclusively that the executor and guardian hind full power to divert thivestatfl she hail supposed was hers and which her mother Intend ed should be hers should site cross his will in thlll matter of marriage She had become very nngry anti hind shown fight hilt after full Investigation shut found that the stepfathers powers were full and legal anti If she crossed Ills wUhcK matrimonially she would hen dependent upon his bounty and she knew full well that such dependence meant only the street for her Utterly helpless liy birth and training she knew she was not fitted to cope with the world She knew not which way to turn or whorl to do Oh how she yearned for the manly Independence tier aggressive resourcefulness of Hoyt toadtisraulcomtfort her Ohhowshe would like to creep within his strong arms and 111 the burden of it nil on his broad holliellrll Hut that was all gone now nod she must fight lien own bat then moue There was no alternative but old Nathan or n squalid existence hi More or factory Irom both she shrank with equal dread And so she temporized nnd lived on her heart n great stone In her breast dumbly waiting and praying for something to turn up nut nothing turned up of course Nothing ever thorn turn up In real life to save difcon solatc maidens and the final stormy scene arrived lien stepfather summoned her one day to his library Harriet he said In those thin dis tinct chilling tones she knew so well the tone that always lead crushed her mother Into submlKxIon It Is time we ensue to a definite understanding As you are aware Mr Nathan Trumbull unit done you the honor the honor he repented sharply as he observed the look of contempt upon tier face to nsk for your hand in marriage lie Is n gentleman of wealth and standing In the community and your marriage with him will absolutely assure your fu ture Your foolish statement and prejudice has led you to treat him in n most Impudent manner He is not the kitulaf man to luMlangled at the apron strings of a capricious minx I npproveof the match thoroughly Your decision cannot be longer delayed I expect him here this afternoon for your flint answer My lIehltrl J most emphatic that you accept The de cision however Is In your own hands T desire to tiny however that should you refuse him I cannot further charge myself with your support nor will I feel justified In fuming over to you any part of the estate In my hands In trust for you when you nre married In accordance with my approval The trust Is a sacred one and I cn only terminate It when you marry some person whom I feel competent to han dle your estate The girl lad listened with paling face She knew him well enough to know that he was In deadly earnest and that he was cold enough to carryout his threat The lactic she had feared for so many mouths and from which site hind shrunk in such terror was before her A great wave of terror swept over her at his first words and she feared her knees would not sustain her Hut as she listened to the even Icy Intonation of the thinlipped man before her a mighty flood of anger rushed through her veins Like a flash all the horrible Injustice of It all came to her The estate which had been left by tier own sturdy father In her babyhood to the wife in wllom he trusted tn Implicitly hilt who hail been as so much putty in the hands of the grasping schemer who had married her subse quently was now being used to en compass her lifelong misery Something in her revolted A spirit and strength cite hash never before felt arose within leer breast the old in domitable spirit of her fathers rare hail shut only Known It tine spirit his theymlratedwhich hud sufficed to rake him from a poor lad to a power Inthe inkiness world before he was SO Hy the timer r Itat1mentand to her own great sur prise had lost all her fears She faced him with an expression he lead never seen In her face before Do you think sir that my mother ever intended that the powers you in duced her to give you should be used to force me Into a marriage labhor she said quietly He looked at her keenly lie had never heard her speak In that voice be foreThe will speaks for Itself he re plied toldllInel I must be permit ted to Interpret my responsibilities for myselfAnd you want my answer now as regards Mr Trumliulr she rejoined At once he replied declslevly Then sir you may say to him she said lien own voice ns cold as his that I would not marry him were he the last man In thus world nor any other man who tines his courting with money And I will further say for your own en lightenment that I will marry no man who Is dishonored with your mercenary favorSamuel Martin stared at her Incredu lousily He could scarcely believe the evidence of his senses Before he could answer the door hell rang anti In nn Instant the hall door was opened Hush not KO loud he said that Is Trumbull now- I have nothing to concert from him and will say nothing to you about him that I will not repeat to his face she said raising her voice lie titrode to tine door and closed itI savagely then turned to her with hiliI face livid with passion Then you leave this house this day he said I will harbor no such impu dent hussy for another night I suppose you still have some hope of luring back Into your net that reckless young Hoyt Ilrlshane who threw you over last winter with n sneer She flushed to the roots of her hair An overpowering anger took posses soon of her She rose and walked close to where he sat nnd fairly shrieked No sir I have no hopes that he will return to me because I sent him from me most unjustly for which you may thank your luIlitorll because had J not done 10i would have married him and you would have hnd some ac counting to do regarding the estate left in your hands that might have made 011 ome trouble llIrjln had risen from his chnlr ns though to lay hands on her when tie door suddenly opened nnd n tall figure In the garb of n captain In Uncle Sams army stepped Into the room Which Is exactly what the gentle man mil have to do remarked the new arrival bowing low Hoyt screamed the girl llrlsbaiie exclaimed Martin At your service returned the cap lain And now If you will listen I will tell you both why I am here sties Hetty knows well why I went away I never expected to see her again and hoped to end It nil over there with the brownies we litter taken to raise I left my law ofllce without so much as try hug to straighten matters out Some moths ago my former partners sent me n statement winding up the affairs of the firm and forwarded a package of personal papers I hind left In the vault In looking them over I found one which I hail absolutely forgotten It was a will node by Mrs Martin of later slate than kiie one under which you are going It was given me with the injunction to produce It only In case sore Injilsioe was dose Hetty She said she hind absolute confidence in you addrcrIng Martin but nice that else hnd a nameles fear that you might the or something happen so Hetty would not get her portion of the estate Having known me since I was born and my father before me and knowing also my love for Hetty she till me the humor to entrust this deli cole matter to me The more I thought of It the more 1 felt that I would be recreant to the trust if I did not elllm and place till paper In safe hands Sot secured n furlough and returned ap parently just in time I came straight to the house to see how natters stood amid was shown to the drawingroom where owing to thin excitement of both of you 1 could not full to overhear your conversationAnd he r sumed mlllng with n sparkle in lilt Ilul will announce that I intend to hold Miss Hetty to tier statement and claim her hand Mtfthln S4 hours And Incidentally the acv counting of which she spoke will be made under whichever win you prefer the one now In force If you Interpose no objections to our marriage the one I have in my possession if you do While Martin stood staring at the speaker dazed the door bell rang again at which Hetty laughed musically There Is Mr Trumbull papa Per haps you would best entertain him and dont forget to give him my mes sageAs Martin left the room he cast a glance of baflled hatred upon the two young people which did not however cloud the expressions of perfect con tent on both their faces an sue came to his outstretched arms Bright Outlook for llrRglr Old Oentlemnn nearsighted Wlio Is that stranger coming up the walk daughte- rDaughterlVhy that Is Keggie papa You know I told you he was coming to speak to you today Ah yes Isee now Dont you know nt first I thought it was a Irian Cleveland Leader rrnoltcnl Tea- tEmiginerrllte there Get off the track you Idiot What do you mean by getting In front of u locomotive Mcdoogan Oi jest had me kit lay cured nnOim nfther folndln out If the coompnny do be relotible Coora on with yen oul laykittle ChtcttgU Dally News 1T t tt PERT AND PERSONAL The Royal Geographical Society hal recently acquired the boats compass used by Dr Livingston on his first Journey down the Zambesi valley In 1856 Miss lichen Gould will defray the expenses of Dr William II Tolmans trip to Europe to study conditions In the principal cities and collect ma terial illustrative to economic progress In various municipalities W H Plunkett a wealthy manufac turer at Adams Mass humus ordered a private trolley car which will cort hum 15000 He U planning trips over Massachusetts Connecticut and New York wherever connections arc establishedPeter Villa the discoverer of gold in the Klondike region and once fabulously rich Is now earning n livelihood by nailing boxes at the Hen Lemont winery at Santa Cruz Cal He has a suit pending for the rccov try of one of the richest mines in thin Nome region but has no means with which to prosecute it and the case is likely to go against him by default At n society dinner last year Rev Theodore L Cuyler contributed to the fun of the evening by propound lag this conundrum Why was Noah the greatest financier of hula time No ramie was able to answer so he gave his fellow diners a year to think It over This year Dr City ler was unable to attend the dinner but ho telegraphed this answer Noah wav able to float n stock com POllY at n time when nil his con temporaries were forced into Involuntary liquidation William Waldorf Astor line never recover his social footing In London since he snubbed one of King Ed wards friends by turning him out of doors when he came to the Astor residence without invitation having been brought there byone of the guests with whom he bad been din Ing Rut the royal cold shoulder does not extend to the expatriated Ameri cans son for young Waldorf is quite popular at court lIe was even In cluded among the small number of personal friends of their majesties who were Invited to celebrate the foricth anniversary of the kings wedding THIS1 THAT AND THE OTHER Bylaws against spitting on the Lon don pavements arc being considered by the county council There are 40000 persons In the mu nicipal service of the city of New York a Rain of some 1500 since the Incoming of the present administration There Is a project of erecting a mon ument to the philosopher Kant in lien lin to be unveiled on the occasion of the hundredth anniversary of his death in 1904 As till prohibition of various plays by the Prussian censor leas recently been circumvented by arranging called private performances before nnI invited audience the president of the Berlin police hues Issued an order pro hibiting such attempts to evade the lawWhen on a cruise Capt Charles D Slgsbee U S X always takes a bicycle with hn and has had tie pleasure of wheeling in nearly all the civilized countries of the world When the ill fated Maine was trunk in the harbor of Havana in 1S9S Capt SIgsbcc who commanded the vessel then had on board a bicycle which went to the bottom with the ship A few weeks later divers working in the sunken yes eel came across this wheel which they brought to the surface and later it was exhibited ns not the least interest ing of the Maines relics Capt Slgs bee Is still an enthusiast MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Juno 8 CATTLECommon 3 40 8 4 25 Butcher steers 4 75 tit 4 80 CAlVESExtra 6 25 Gt 6 50 HOOS Ch packers G 75 5 85 Mixed packers 5 CO Gt 5 75 SHEEP Clipped 4 10 4 25- LAMBSSpring 6 50 7 00 FLOUR Spring pat 4 10 4 40 WHEATNo 2 red Gl 7D CORNNo 2 mixed El494ZZ OATSNo 2 mixed S 3- 6RyENo2 57V HAYCh timothy 018 00 PORK Clear family 19 05 LARD Steam tit 8 87 Vi BUTTER Ch dairy 14 Choke creamery if 24 APPLES Fancy 3 50 tit 3 75 POTATOES New 3 25 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by Brcnttnoa i IVIXO in an alt castle Is about as profitable as owning a halt in terest In a rainbow It Is no more nourishing than n dinner of twelve courses eaten In a dream Air castles are built of golden moments of time and their only value Is In the raw material thus rendered valuelessThe of air castles in henry and stupefyl = s with iJo Incense of vague hopes and phantom ideals In them man lulls himself into dreaming Inactivity with the songs of the mighty deeds he Is going to do the great In lluence he some day will have the vast wealth that will be his some time somehow somewhere in the rosy sun 4litdays of the future The architec error about air castles Is that the owner builds them downward from their glided turrets in the clouds in t stead of upward from a solid firm foundation of purpose nnd energy This diet of mental lotus leaves is a mental narcotic not a stimulant Ambition when wedded to tireless en IergyIs a great thing and a good thing fi In itself it amounts to little Man Ibut raise himself to higher things by what he would like to accomplish i but only by what he endeavored to na- complish To be of value ambition must ever be mile manifest In zeal in deter mination in energy consecrated to a- nIIdeal If It be thus reenforced thus combined the thin airy castle melts into nothingness and the individual stands on a new strong foundation of solid rock whereon day by day and stone by wnterlnlItime and tternlty p ever represents the of an architect without n builder 1Tbe plans never put Into execu They tell ns that man is the architect of his own fortunes Hut if lihebe merely architect he will make 4only an air castle of his life lie architect and builder too II slLiving In the future is living in an air castle Tomorrow is the grave the dreams of the dreamer the 1wherewho tolls not are burled The says he will lead a new and better life tomorrow who promises great things for the future and yet- I does nothing In the present to make that future possible Is living In an air t castle In his arrogance he is attempt ing to perform a miracle he Is seeking 1toturn water into wine to have bar without seedtime to have an end without a beginning If we would make our lives worthy of us grand and noble solid and im IIpregnable we must forsake air castles for strongholds of doing II Every man with an Ideal has a right to II live in the glow and inspiration of it and to picture the joy of attainment as the tired traveler fills his mind with the thought of the brightness of home I to quicken his steps and to make the weary miles seem shorter but tile worker should never really worry about the future think little of It ex cept for inspiration to determine his as mariners study the stars to his plans wisely and to prepare Icourse future by making each sepa the best and truest that he t i canLet us live up to the fullness of our possibilities each day Man has only one day of life today He did live yesterday he may live tomorrow but he has only today ftLetus cease saying If I were and say ever I am Let us stop living in liveV1against the charge of unfulfilled duties r Is lack of time The constant clam oring for time would be pathetic were It not for the fact that most Individ uals throw away more of it than they Time is the only really valuable of man for without it every jUSI within him would cease to exist he recklessly squanders his great as If it wero valueless The of the whole world could not buy one second of time Yet society nRaasslna dare to say in public that they have been killing time The time fallacy has put more people into air castles than all other causes com bined Life is only time eternity la only more time Immortality if merely mans right to live through unending time If I had a library I would read Is the weak plaint of some other tenant of an air castle If a man does not rend the two or three good books In a his possession or accessible to him ho r would not read If he had the British museum brought to his bedside and the British army delegated to continual service in handing him books from the shelves The time sacrificed to reading sensational newspapers might be con secrated to good reading if the Individ nap were willing merely to live up to his portion of opportunity The man who longs for some crisis in life wherein he may show mighty courage while he is expending no por tlon 6f that courage In bearing brave ly the petty trials sorrows and disap pointments of dally life Is living In an air castle Ho Is Just a sparrow look- Ing enviously at the mountain crags where the hardy eagle builds her nest and dreaming of being a great bird like that perhaps even during in a patron iztnjf way to criticise her method of I fllgUt and to plume blms lf with the lu 7rN t I v- mt i medals he could win for Hying If IK only would It Is the day by day hero Ism that vitalizes all of U mates power in an emergency The air castle typifies any delusion or folly that waken man forsake real living for an Idle vague existence Living lu alt castles menus that a man sees life In n wrong perspective lie permits his lower self to dominate his higher self lIe who should tower as n mighty conqueror over the human weakness sin cud folly that threaten to destroy his better nature binds upon his own wrists the manacles of habit that hold him n slave lie loses the crown of his kingship because he sells his royal birthright for temporary ease and comfort and the showy tlilnga of the world He forsakes the throne ol Individuality for the air castle of delusion The man who wraps himself In the Napoleonic cloak of his egotism hyp notizing himself Into believing that he is superior to all other wen that the opera glasses of the universe are fo cused upon him and that he treads the stage alone had better wake up He is living in an sir castle The woman who thinks the most beautiful creature In the world la sewn In her mirror and who exchanges her queenly heritage of noble living for tlm shins jealousies follies and pretenses of Society Is living in an air castle The man who makes wealth his god Instead of his servant who Is deter mined to get rich rich at any cost and who Is willing to sacrifice honesty honor loyalty character taUlllye erything he should hold dear for the sake of n mere stack of money bags is despite his robes of ermine only a rich pauper living In an air castle The mean who permits regret for past misdeeds or sorrow for lost opportuni ties to keep him from recreating a proud future trout the new days com mitted to his care Is losing much of the glory of living lIe Is repudiating the manna of new life given each new day merely because he misused the manna of years ago He Is doubly unwise be cause he lies the wisdom of his expert ence and does not profit by it The man who spends his time lament lug the fortune he once had or the fame that has taken Its winged flight Into oblivion frittering away his golden hours erecting new monuments in the cemetery of his past achievements and his former greatness making what he ever was ever plead apology for what he is lives In an air castle To the world and to the Individual a sin gle egg of new hope and determination with its wondrous potency of new life is greater than a thousand nests full of the eggs of dead dreams or unreal ized ambitions Whatever keeps n man from living his best truest and highest life now in the indicative present if it be something that he himself places as nu obstacle III his own path of progress and development Is to him an air castle D The Supreme Folly of the World By WILLIAM GEORGE JORDAN o The saddest depths to which the hu man mind can sink is atheism It is the supreme folly of the world He surely Is to be pitied who permits the Illogical philosophy of petty Infidels or his misinterpretations of the revela tions of science to cheat him of his God He pins his faith to some ingenious sophistry in the reasoning of those whoso books he has read to sum up for him the whole problem and in hopeless egotism shuts his eyes to the million proofs in nature and life because the full plans of Omnipotence are not mado clear to him On the technicality of his failure to understand some one pointperhaps It Is why sin sorrow suffering and In- Justice exist in tile world he declares ho will not believe He might as well disbelieve in the sky above him because lie cannot see it all discredit the air he breathes because it Is Invisible doubt the reality of the ocean because his feeble vision can take In but a few miles of the great sea deny even life Itself because he cannot see It nnd no anatomist has found tile subtle es senco to hold it up to view on tho end of his scalpel He dares to disbelieve In God despite his countless manifestations because he Is not taken into the full confidence of the Creator and permitted to look over and check off the ground plans of the universe U6 sheathes the sword of belief In the dingy scabbard of Infi delity Ho does not see the proof of God In the dally miracle of the rising ind netting of the sun in the seasons A the birds in the flowers in tho countless stars moving in their majes tic regularity at the command of eter nal law in the presence of love jus lice truth In the hearts of men In that supreme confidence that Is Inborn lu humanity making even the loWest sav age worship the Infinite In somo form It Is the petty vanity of cheap reason lug that wakes man permit the misfit scabbard of Infidelity to hide from him the glory of the sword of belief From The Power of Truth Published by Brcntanos t r AMERICA NEEDS A NEW HEART Our Mad Rush to Get Rich Overcapitaliza tion and Overproduction Are Responsible For Many of the Evils of TodayA People Lacking In Ideals The Commercial Spirits Bad DeedsRivers Defiled Air Blackened and Poisoned and Na ture Defaced That We Nay Have Greater Ex travagance By JOHN LANCASTER SPALDING Bishop of PeorIa E shall have strikes mill lockouts and perhaps vio lence in tho future Tho fierce competitive system under which wo live mid which results in overonj ittilizntion old overproduction is responsible for ninny of tho evils from which wo suffer SUM OF OUR GREATEST INDUSTRIES ARE CAP ITALIZED AT FOUR AXD FIVE TIMES Idol REAL VALUE AND EVEKV POSSIBLE DEVICE IS RESORTED TO IN ORDER TO PAY DIVIDENDS ON THE WATERED STOCK Tho outcome sooner or litter U a panic which destroys hundreds of millions of dollars mid brings wretchedness and want to millions of Iranian beings WHERE IS THE REASON FOR ALL THIS IT SPRINGS FROM OUR AMERICAN HURRY TO GET RICH WHICH IS A DISEASE OF A PEOPLE WHO LACK IDEALS WHO MEASURE THE VALUE OF RELIGION CULTURE AND ART BY THE INFLUENCE OF THESE THINGS ON THRIFT AND MATERIAL PROSPERITY- In tho midst of nil this rushand noise of business of expan sion and success wo arc rapidly growing incapable of taking or loving tho deeper views of life Our faith in education is at hot tool tho faith in its powers to enable us to got more money Our preaching leaving aside the things that are eternally right and trim and indispensable concerns itself with Unit which is frivolous star tling and vulgar H H K THERE IS I THINK SOMEWHERE IN TilE 1JII5LE A TEXT WHICH SAYS THAT GOD IS ANGRY WITH THE NATIONS THAT ARE RICH How manyof us in tho contemplation of tho lives of men who havo spent all their energies in accumulating riches Iinvo land an eye for tho exactions of this wealth j have thought how misspent theso lives for the most part have been how barren of ideals 1 Look what this spirit has done for us It has defiled our rivers until in our cities todaya thirsty man may not get a glass of cold water that is fit to drink It has blackened and poisoned the at mosphere with smoke anti noxious vapors It has desecrated tho face of nature where such desecration were a blasphemy It has made hovels for tho occupation of man where not even swino could live in comfort- AND ALL FOR WHAT THAT A NATION ALREADY THE MOST WASTEFUL AND EXTRAVAGANT ON EARTH MIGHT BE ABLE FOR GREATER EXTRAVAGANCES WE NEED NOT SO MUCH NEW MEASURES AS ANEW HEART In our labor difficulties tho moralization of i nth employers and employees is an indispensable condition in the bring ing about ofII better state of things And since tho cmploycra are fewer in number anti presumably moro intelligent than aro tho laborers the chief effort should bo to give them now minds and new hearts that they may understand that theyare trustees not less of public interests than of private interests laid that the rights of workers to say the least are as sacred as arc the rights i owners i OUR NAVY SHOULD MAINTAIN A POLICY OF CONSTANT GROWTH By Rear Admiral ALBERT S BARKR U S N E HAVE BECOME A WORLD POWER AND WE NEED THE SEA ARMAMENT OF A WORLD POWER Our naval policy should bo ono of constant growth Tho nation as a whole I am convinced believes that wo should have a powerful navy At tlio beginning of the Franco Irussan wear in UHU the tier man sea power was hardly worthy of tho name ofn navy For a time during the progress of that conflict I was stationed at Key West There was a fight outside Havana harbor between a German and French vessel and if remember the incident correctly the Frenchman was forced to put back disabled Tho German ship was nothing but n small gunboat THE GERMANS IN THOSE DAYS HAD NOTHING THAT REACHED THE PRETENSIONS OF A BATTLE SHIP SINCE CONFEDERATION AND THE RISE OF THE EMPIRE HOWEVER WHAT PROGRESS THE GERMANS HAVE MADEI Their navy is now pno of tho most powerful in tho world and is growing annually We too should maintain a policy of eon start growth KICKING STRAPS FOR TRUST HORSES A BETTER REMEDY THAN HAMSTRINGING By LESLIE M SHAW Secretary ef the Treasury OM nED CAPITAL IS NOT AN UX1UXED EVIL BUT LIKE EVERY OTHER POSSIBLE GOOD IS CAPABLE OF EVIL Wo have reached n point in our civilization where tho things wo undertake require associated capital It in therefore tho province of the statesman to so legislate as to encourage associated capital andat tho saute time guard oglinst the evils that frequently ensue IT IS VASTLY WISER TO PUT KICKING STRAPS ON YOUR HORSES THAN TO HAMSTRING THEM HOUSE CLEANING HINTS How to llvinuve Neutand Stain IVoui nrlula Arllrlo To remove oil mains from wall pnpo apply plpocliiy mixed to tlio HilcUiH of creams with water mid let It tvmnli for four hours before removing says tho New York American To rrmovo oil Ntaln from vnrnlshei paper wash with ttaiinel dipped In cold weak tea and rub dry with u soft cloth To remove paint stains from doors and windows put a handful of nmh niul n place of glue the size of the top of u cup Into n pull of hot water an It taut only removes the dirt lint leaves a bountiful gloss without polishing To remove grease sisals fnim a stove list ptimlltn mad then clean It all oft with soot To remove medicine stales from nil venvnrw dip the article In sulphuric acid repent until the stain hits dlsnp geared then wash In very hot water Ialntol woodwork or line enameletl furniture cats be cleitncdwitu whltliif much tore sntlMfnclorlly than by tin usual process of scrubbing with soap and water Take wmw of the powder upon a plate dip a pleco of flannel lute clear warm water wringing a5 nearly dry possible fold Into n smith Phil and take up an much of the whiting nt will adhere to It Apply In till palnteil Hurfaco and n very little rubbing will remove any grease or dirt WiiHh well with clean wetter nod wipe dry with a clean cluimoU Matting may bo freshened by wash lug It with a weak wilutlon of salt ami water and carefully drying each por thou au It is wanhed lids method of cleaning keeps the matting from turn ing yellow To clean carpet thoroughly sprinkle thick with cimrno salt let lay half an hour and su yep well with a stiff broom until you list ull the unit till Thin will nut only clean the cnr ct but will Iw n suns preventive aKiihiKt moths Fir white slots mude on oak din big table curd by n hot dlxh hold a hot Iron a little chute the marks but not near enough to affect tho varnish Withdraw the Iron for n moment to allow the wood to coo then place It over the spot again and continue until tho white spoU disappear holy to llrniitvp ilril Iron lluM Cover till spots with salt moUten with lemon Juice let stand a time add hit more wilt and lemon If not sue cesufu with these ui for fast colors muriatic acid Spread the cloth over a large bowl of hot water touch the dry spots Tlth n drop or two of the acid When the runt dlsapMar rinse seventh times In clwir wntor ami then In water In which hero U a little am monia walrrko to bo very says u writer In the lloxton Cooking School Magazlno and yet the late Charles Deltnonlco used to soy that very few People know how to do It The pccret Is lit said lu putting tat fresh water Into a kvttle already quite warm netting tilt water to boiling quickly and thou tnk ing It right off for use In tea coffee or other drinks before It U polled To let It n tea m and Rlnimcr anti evni orntu until the good water 1Itt tho atmo phero anti only the llmo and Iron and dregs left In the kettle U what timkiM a great many people sick anti It U worst than no water at nil For wa ter boiled like this and flavored with n few drop of lemon juice Mr Delnion Ico usctl to charge an touch ax for lilt best liquors and he often recommend wilt to hla customer wail friend who complained of loss of appetite It U worth trying NortonHow In Ue llrrf Beef marrow taken from tho soup bone and round steak U excellent for cooking purposes Cut It In small bits put It In a covered small Jar set In u pan of water std place over tho lire to trimmer gently When all melted strain through n thin cloth Into a clean pun let settle fur a few minute then pass Into small Jars and tie securely It will keep fur mouths How la Mutt ronnale Drvulnn Mix together ono teaspoonful each of mustard and salt a few grain of cay cnno and the yolk of two raw eggs Add slowly onehalf a plat of olive oil two table ouufuls of vinegar and two tahloxpoouful of lemon Juice Just before Burying add two table Hpoonfuls of thick cream whipped The crealp may bo omitted if pre erred flare everything cold and set tho bowl Into n loin of lee water or chopped Ice Add the oil very slowly at first After the llrst few tablespoonfuls have lien added It can bo added more rapidly Slow to Slake Heonm of 1olntorn When a jowl of mashed potatoes is left over to making scones of them for supper or breakfast Add a little hot milk and rcumsh the potato add a little more salt then tlour enough to mould the mixture Into lint cokes Toast them slowly so they will not burn and eat hot with butter How to Make sealing Wax Six ounces of resin four of red lendI two of vermilion and two of powdered shellac melted together will make the best ref witling wax For black wax tho best Ivory black Is substituted for tie red lend and vermilion for green verdigris is used for blue the coloring matter is verdltor or smalt for yellow chrome and for purple a mixture of vermilion and small Sealing wax Is often scented with A little balsam of Peru How to Clean Silk It tll little known that silk may bo cleaned by sponging the soiled parts In the water that potatoes have been boiled lu t a RELIGIOUS THOUGHT fleet Ulrnnrd Pram HIP TrnehlHgi u f All Urnimilnntloni- Wo can all see that no arbitrary lim it should bo set to the number of times VIan offender should be forgiven Ituv D Utter Unitarian Denver ChrUtlnn Charity Tho highest and best of nit motive Is Christian charity the love of rams for his fellow smut springing from tilt love of Rod for all turn Hlshop Con sty Catholic Washington Coniianlanihl With GodtfCompanionship with Gal produces liollnes of character anti bring us In to jiosHesslou of heavenly graces that low from the divine prowmv Hov W I Wykoff Methodist Akron O Xrril of thr liner Tho crying need of the hour is an In crease of heart itowcr There is al ready more than enough of brain pow er Tho church is trying to do work with head Instead of hearts Itev II GllchrUt Kvangcllst Knu Francisco A llrvflmliiu of lloiln Will The Decalogue le a revelation of GHIII will It is only n partial revels thin It does out net forth the whole of human duty It must lit tilled up and enlarged by later Kcrlpturo and the leaching of Jesus Itev Itohcrt Hud dew lresbylerlanrurotilohod Antiseptic la a mighty word but It stand for n mightier suggestion cad prophecy It only the element of In vlgoratlou were sought out and lIMdI mmInua dream have scarcely measured the health held In iuls laboratory our worldltev It Tllllughat Unl vcrsallst Waterloo In iernirenri of Uodv fore Godn love mewls us at every point In our live Ho Is true to hla promise that he Is trying to save uss Live strung and truthful lives and hits servant If you wish to stew this lure the strongest It will then lot shown as tilt love of n tnlo father Ituv C Crawford Methodist Akron O The HrnUrUn Spirit If any man wants to know why the kingdom of Sod doe tot come In larger measure let him note tho self dimes In till churches The one thing which block tho way i4 the dominating sectarian spirit TAi sectarian spirit la nothing more or ICM than organised nolflshneM Rev Mark W Darling CougregatlonalUt Chicago Unctmnulnif Ian Tho law of Gal are constant and unchangeable and each and every ono of us knows what these law are Tilt man who lives a life In accordance wdh them III living a golly Info ami one free from and the man who live a life such as hits is the man who Is gulag to bo Mtviil Her II I Cut Held Uulvcrsallst Norwalk O lllgracr or 1urertr Poverty is a disgrace to humanity tor wo live In an Infinite universe Borne day toll will cvaseVnd man will regale upon the Infinite bounty a5 na lures supreme guest Homo time the barbarity oC our present civilization will cease cold the higher element will obtain its man asks the why anti how of thing Ituv F H Mason hide pendent llrooklyu- Dont W rr7 Idea KiilUrloni The most popular gospel tixluy Is the gonjK1 of dont worry No great transforming movement cats over bo limugurotetl on such a basis as that Tin old doctrine of hell std tilt wrath to come wan crude and false but It was infinitely nearer tilt truth than tblll modern dont worry philosophy which Ignore tho real danger that confront us Itov Wlllanl H Thorp Cougngatloimllst Chlciigo- Jto Xi w Uu1 Needed Christ draw men to thud tho Holy Spirit draws men to Christ livery ex ertion at tho Hplrlls oWer every man ifestation of the Spirit love hex Its origin In the atoning death of the Bon of Gal on the cros No now gOtllClls nee led Kooner far shall wo 1I1tIllIew- Itllnt by night n new atmosphen a new sun No better message can pot slbly come from Rod to men Itev Dr I indruui Ihiptlst Atlanta In The Finn Tout It Is true both In n positive and neg ntlvo sense that lift is the final text of everything There Is no criticism that in the sharpno and trcmondousncrtd of Judgment Is equal to the criticism of life What can stand every assault In time and In eternity 7 The grandest convictions that we receive from other people art not constructed in us by their logic or their philosophy or their Christianity but they are created In us by their personality Itev Dr Itond haler Ireshytorlan Indianapolis Ind The New Ira Tho new heaven and tho noW earth depend upon the phew nun mad tho now woman There are signs of the com tug of a new era mud tho passing of tho old Humanity acquiring a now way of looking upon divine thing New term have come Into use Wo today speak of applied science Wo have pasx cd from the field of speculative to prac tical science Wo test our views by their performance now With all the accumulations that belong to tMis ago of marvelous achievement tho very achievements by which capital Is mass ed together for ltd ends there is awak cued the thought that there la a new force at work in the world A new sci once hilts como Into use tho rich have learned to give away their money Dur lag tile lust ten years postgraduate courses have been taken In the science of gutting rid of wealth and the cease quence Is that wo have an age of un exampled benevolence Sonic few are still clinging to their money but al most everything but tho church of Rod is tho recipient of a marvelous outpour lug of wealth and the church has not done the things which she has promised to do A higher typo of manhood hu como Into being Hoy Dr Thornn Rl Slicer Unitarian New York WHAT IS SUCCESS what It iitcccii the winning of much t If It be won In honesty thlnsiDiesY What It IIICCCRI the winning of a name ipotYetAlthough he pan from earth to be forgot What is iuccci8 the winning of ertdt power It may be If while great power one doth seek Ho still reipccta the right of other men And trnmplei not upon the low and weak What U lucceii Not wealth nor famo nor power till purity of heart and love and truth An l honest work well don for God and man- Huecess like this be yours ambitious joulhl lury M Currier In name Horn At the Lizard Cotillion s By NEUUIH CRflVHY GIUUMORH e OpjrttM set b Dnr awry rub Co Illi crowded corridor pnrlors and T veramlus of the Itoyal Iolncinnn presented a rccne scarcely to be aur pnmednnywhere for wealth and k lcn dor There wna the usual flash nnd uparkle of Jewels the magnificent dis play of coktumei beautiful women bare of ho om nnd shoulder and in pot inir men The quintessence of Ingenious mite reigned iiiprcme The ballroom schemed to typify u tropical wildwood prevented a vast aspect of tangled fo line brllllnnt wIOi native blossoms Justened to the network of vine gnu tree with slender nunont Invisible cords the world of Ijicertllliic disport ed Itself nt will Some gorgeous In their livery of brilliant green were tprlRhtly Inquisitive courageous but entirely hnrmlcis Others shy end- cruBtyeonted nibbled assiduously upon the food provided for them or Ahrniik back In modest retirement There were flying ilrnkc frilled blind and hedge Unnli monitor geckos Rome of time watcrspecles and Inniuncr able little house lizard bright and variable In color Tavare and his friend Jack Krlokson made their way towbrd the ballroom The first figure won already In prog ress Well watch tide OIlIlIIIld Tavnres and afterwards I Intend presenting you to Mm Mnlmvarlng She Is that tall lovely blonde Mandlng Just oiitoiclr the door talking tn Ilan man with time orders on hll coat- Erickeoms followed the others gore and his henit gnu a kuddcti tumultu ous bound an he recognized the worn n TIle light from the rosecut clnin ileltei above fell directly over lice changing the pink tlesh tint of her neck and arum to dead white marble The gown she wore wna of delicate mnuve and dropped about her III be witching caicadci Decidedly Sire Malnwarlng wee n woman who not only could curry such things but become Ultra Ior yeara Krlcson hind pictured to blmtelf a possible meeting with thr girl who hud mode ull the lovedreaiiiH of tile youth and later manhood limit U lied never been anything like this The reality far cclipied every Investl tore of the Ideal Hut Mrs Molnwarlng wtis another innns wife At the conclusion of time figure Tavnrcs dragged him across the llonr to where she Blood Krlcson hall framed n dozen commonplace remarks with which to greet her huh they all teemed to stick stubbornly in lila throat an he once more gazed Into the purple pansyc3 Ca that had kept him n Mach elor for the past ten years This Is an nndreamcd of pleasure he managed to say lit list clasping time hand she extended At the sound of his voice Mrs Main waring bent n swift startled glance upon him her color changing quickly Jack Krlcson of all people she exclaimed Why I thought you were In Germany studying She broke off and bit her lip In sonic vexation for hnvlnft betrayed the fact that hc had given so much thought to anyone man and that man him I have been In Germany for good ninny years he explained taking up her words engaged in time study of ntlhcrulogy I have but Just arrived and tomorrow shall leave for the went where I hope to make practical tube of the knowledge have spent years trying to perfect film rea had vanUhod and they stood there longer titan either knew talking and taking no note of time 1resently Mrs Matnwarlng recalled herself with a must let me find you a part net she apologized quite forgot for time moment that I was monopoliz ing you when all this time I am sure youhave been dying to Join the dancers Hut Erlcson muscle n decided protest such Inclination 1linked 1 would fur rather not he ip pted eagerly that IB if you think youcan put up with my society a little while longer Oh perfectly well she responded with a smile but for the next half hour I ahnll have to devote myself to some of the guests When you see mt disengaged come h When Mrs Slalnwnrlnif had disap peared In the crowd Krlcson took up 1ds position in the shadow of a huge tank of palms where he could observe all that was going on without him wTf being obwrved Saw for the flrnt time he lIar litsat tentton to the dancing Favors were being distributed for the thud ilgr tiny vnrlcolored chameleons fan cued with silver chains Some of these clung tenaciously to the womens shoulders darting with lightninglike rapidity thetr extensile club abnped tongues halt out of their hideous hod Ice Krlcson shuddered with disgust at the sight and turning strode rum the room He paced up and down a deserted veranda for 13 or 20 minutes after wards standing quietly near an open window where he could watch his op portunity to Join Mrs Mninvrarlng In a little while It came He saw herI speak to a debutante in pink mind then move off aimlessly In the direction of a vacant corridor You look warm he said going up to her suppose we walk outside When they had stepped out on the piazza he turned to her with an odd light in his eyes and drew her arm In- Do his you know he said quj klyone thing has given melnexprcsklUlc pleas tire tonight And that Is That you are not in thele one of them those women with the loath some little things clinging to their bosoms and shoulder Its utterly nauseating How can relined women stoop to such as that Mrs Malnwaring laughed In an in scrutable fashion nnd said nothing Then presently It docs seem absurd she admitted In a curious voice half sober half contenmpluous I could never unary n woman whj lowered herself to such things he said musingly Mrs Malnwnring olTercdno prolelI and Krlcson went on in n different tone Speaking of marriage he sold flush Ing tinder cover of the dark that is a change which has commie to you since Coumeand Junehe interposed In n low voice my husband been dead three years Krlcson gazed at her incredulously tremulously with a breathless heart heat Under the impulsed this greAII new Joy he pent her then controlled himself and said quite carelessly that he had not heanl Mr Malnwaring was very much old er than 1elmepursuedprescntlyRe never were congenial he was nearly always occupied with lilts busineiKnnd Iwell I Inadvertently drifted Into this lifeIKrlcson was regarding her Intently he could not altogether comprehend her mood He wondered vaguely If ever so faint n regret for the old past their punt stirred In her heart filie hind refuted him once amid manlike lie hind accepted her words an final and put the ocean between them The orchestra Will playing some dreamy thing of Chopins the 1I1lrllI music fired his blood and he down Into her eyes with a strange compelling intensity Mrs Malnwar Ing felt his gaze and her checks crime soned In swift response There was no word spoken but he caught her end denly In lila arms For an InMnnl she lay there her cheek against his Then she freed herself mid glanced up IDtoI hU face shyly Her rcarlct lips wereI slightly parted nod lice breach came through them in tremulous little whis pers Krlcson bent and kissed lice twice Con you he ready to go with me tc morrow he asked eagerly I cant lose nay more tine nod I cant possibly part wllh3ollllgoID Mrs Malnwaring did not speak nt once lint presently a wonderful smile came her eyes and she laid her hand In hie- MraMalnwariugwasatnnding before a virtue looking lip II tit whcnTavores tapped gently on the door of her pri rate parlor I sent for you TeddIhe began waving him to a chair became she appeared to hesitate n moment then hurtled on Hecaute I wanted to ask a favor of you1 1clldIhe went on folding nod unfolding her fan in n nervous little way that did not belong to her Mr Krlckon docs not must not know who planned time cotillion for tonight She clime and stood in front of him regarding him with oddly anxious eyes Tavares gave her n quick glance of amaze I dont exactly undvn tnnd he observed in a puzzled tone Then I mll tte1l3olllomelhlng Ted We arc to be married tomorrow Jock and Inlld go west Immediately I knew him many years ago I have al ways loved him Something foolish and Insignificant came between us What he saw here tonight sick ened him I could never marry a woman who lowered herself to such things that is what lie said He is going to take me away from It nil the sham hypocrisy emptiness of such a life And I nh I shall be the happiest of women Teddy the very happiest Tnvarek eyes sought hers piercing ly and from their depths a keen bitter ness looked out For one brief second his emotion threatened to master him his fees paled and lie felt himself shake from head to foot She had been time one womuu and there would never be a secondOf course I shant he said wit a careless smile stooping a moment to kiss her outstretched hand Tile next ho had passed noiselessly from the room Mrs Mnlnwarlng sank into a clinic and broke into a storm of tears N Wonder It Palled Marybattyana nn Arkansas post of flee recently discontinued for lack of business was named In honor of the three daughters of Its first last and only postmaster who were called re apecth ely Mary Hatty and AnnaN Y Sup THE REVOLT OF HETTYB- y H HERBERT MORTON CcprMfXt UM by natty Story Fob Cal fllTC had she let him go Why oh why hid she sent him from her with hot words on both their tongues Many times had she asked both these questions and many others of like pur port In the weary days and nights since he went The quarrel had been incon sequential a mere matter of pique and pride He had tried in his grave man ly serious way to patch It up this she had remembered many many times and she had stubbornly rebuffed him She loved him had loved him before the quarrel during its progress and ever since he had gone away How dearly she had never known until the Ihng lonely months after his depar tore She hind consoled herself at times with the thought that his foolish jealousy hind brought It on nut the comfort turned to thorns at the further reflection that he was Just the least bit justified and after all it was his great love for her that made him jealous and after he hind gone anti sue reviewed It dispassionately she admitted to herself that she loved him nil the more because he was Jealous of her nut it was nil ancient history now He had faded from her life had Joined time army and was winning honors for his reckless bravery In the Philippine while she had indeed fallen upon evil days Her mother dead her step father had been named as executor of the will and her guardian and he had set his heart upon her marriage with Nathan Trumhtill for reasons not chic tantly related to his own pocketbook Upon her Indignant refusal to consider the matter he hind been shown very IKiIntedly and conclusively that the executor and guardian had full power to divert the cstatn site had supposed was hers and which her mother Intend ed should be hers should site cross his will In this matter of marriage She hind become very angry anti had shown fight huh after full Investigation she found that the stepfathers powers were full and legal and if she crossed his wishes matrimonially the would be dependent upon his bounty and she knew full well that such dependence meant only the street for her Utterly helpless by birth nnd training tIe knew slit was not fitted to cope with the world She knew not which way to turn or what to do Oh how she yearned for the mnnly Independence the aggressive resourccfulnets of Hoyt to mUlM nod comfort licr Oh how would like to creep within his strong nrniK and lay the burden of It nil on his broad shoulders limit that was all gone now mind she must fight her own bat tles alone There was no alternative but old Nathan or n squalid existence In store or factory From both shrank with equal drench And so she temporized nnd lived on her heart n great stone In her breast dumbly waiting and praying for something to turn up nut nothing turned upof course Nothing ever does turn up In real life to save discon solate maidens and the final stormy scene arrived Her stepfather sum mooned her one day to his library Harriet he said In those thin distinct chilling tones she knew so well the tone that always had crushed her mother Into submission It Is time we came to a definite undcrftondlirg An you are aware Mr Nathan Trumbiill ins done you the honor the honor he repeated sharply as he observed the look of contempt upon her face to nsk for your hand In marriage He Is n gentleman of wealth and standing In the community anti your marriage with hint will absolutely assure your fu tore Your foollrh sentiment and prejudice line led you to treat him in n most impudent manner He Is not the kind of n man to be dangled at till apron strings of a capricious minx I opproveof the match thoroughly Your decision cannot be longer delayed I expect him here this afternoonfor your final answer My nth ler Is most emphatic that you accept him The de cision however In in your own hands I desire to say however that should you refuse him I cannot further charge myself with your support nor will I feel justified in turning over to you uny part of the estate left in my hands In trust for you when you are married In accordance with my approval The trust is n sacred one and I can only terminate It when you marry some person whom I feel competent to han file your estate The girl hind listened with paling face She knew him well enough to know that he was In deadly earnest and that he was cold enough to carry out his throat The issue she had feared for so many months and from which she had shrunk in such terror was before her A great wave of terror swept over her at his first words and she fenced her knees would not sustain her limit as she listened to the even Icy Intonation of the thinlipped nan before her a mighty flood of anger rushed through her veins Like a flash all time horrible Injustice of It all came to her The estate which hind been left by her own sturdy father In her babyhood to the wife In whom he trusted to Implicitly but who had been as so much putty tn the hands of the grasping schemer who had married her subsequently was now being used to encompass her lifelong misery Some thing in her revolted A spirit and strength ehe had never before felt arose within her breast the old In domitable spirit of her fathers race had she only Known It time spirit his people had brought when they emigrated from the land of the dykes anil which had sufficed toTalst him from a poor lad to a power In the business world before he was 30 By the time her guardian had finished his state ment she was calm self posseased and determined and to her own great sur prlse had lost nil her fears She faced him with an expression he had never seen In her face before Do you think sir that my mother ever intended that the powers you in duced her to give you should be used to force me into a marriage I abhor she said quietly He looked at her keenly lie had never heard her speak III that voice be foreThe will speaks for itself he re plied coldly and I must be permit ted to Interpret my responsibilities for myself And you want my answer now as regards Mr TrumbitU she rejoined At once he replied dcclslevly Then sir you mnj say to him she said her own voice as cold as his that I would not marry him were lie the last man in the worldnor any other man who does hillcollrtlngwlth money And I will furthersoyforyourownenI- iglitenment that I will marry no man who is dishonored with your mercenary favorSamuel Martin stared at her Incredu lously He could scarcely believe the evidence of his senses Hcfore he could answer the door bell rang and In an instant time hall door was opened Hush not so loud he said that Is Trumbull now I have nothing to conceal from him nnd will say nothing to you about him that I will not repeat to his face she said raising her voice Ho strode to the door and closed it savagely then turned to her with his face livid with passion Then you leave this house this day he said r will harbor no such impu dent hussy for toothier night I sup pose you still have some hope of luring back Into your net that reckless young Hoyt Brisbane who threw you over last winter with a sneer She flushed to the roots of her hair An overpowering anger took posses sion of her She rose and walked close to where he sat and fairly shrieked No sir I have no hopes that lie will return to me because I sent him from me most unjustly for which you may thank your lucky stars because had I not clone so I would have married him and you would have hind some ac counting to do regarding time estate left In your hands that might have made same trouble tnriln lead risen from his chair as though to lay hands on her when the door suddenly opened and a tall figure In time garb of n captain in Uncle Sams army stepped into the room Which Is exactly what the gentle man irill Lave to do remarked the new arrival bowing low Hovt screamed the girl Hrlsbanc exclaimed Martin At your service returned the cap tain And now If you will listen I will tell you both why I am here Miss petty knows well why I went away I never expected to see her again nnd lurpeil taicmid It nil over there with tine brownies we have taken to raise I left my law office without so munch as trying to straighten matters out Some months ago my former partners sent me a statement winding up the affairs of the firm and forwarded a package of personal papers I had left in the vault In looking them over I found one which I had absolutely forgotten It was a will innilc by Mrs Martin of later date than kie one under which you are acting It was given me with the Injunction to produce It only in case some injustice was done Hetty She said she hind absolute confidence in you addressing Martinbut also that site had n nameless fear that you might die or roinethlng happen so Hetty would not get her portion of the estate Having known me since I was born and my father before me and knowing also my love for Hetty she did me the honor to entrust this dell cate matter to me The more I thought of It the snore I felt that I would be recreant to the trust If I did not return and plnce4the pnper in safe hands So I secured n furlough and returned ap parently just In time I come straight to time house to see how matters stood and was shown to the drawingroom where owhifTro the excitement of both of you Leonid not full to overhear your conversation And now he resumed rmlllng with a sparkle III his eye I will announce that I Intend to hold Miss Betty to her statement and claim her hand within 24 hours And Incidentally the accounting of which she spoke will be made under whichever will you prefer the one now in force If you Interpose no objections to our marriage the one I have in my possession if you do While Martin stood staring at the speaker dazed the door bell rang again at which Hetty laughed music ally There Is Sir Trumbull papa Perhaps you would best entertain him and dont forget to give him my message As Martin left the room he cast a glance of baffled hatred upon the two young people which did not however cloud the expressions of perfect con tent on both their faces as she came to If outstretched arms Bright Outlook for ategsie- Old Gentleman nearsighted Who is that stranger coming up the walk daughter DaughterWhy that Is Reggie papa You know I told you he was coming to speak to you today Ah yes I see now Dont you know nt first I thought It was a man Cleveland Lender Practical Tea- tEngineerilie timers Get off the track you Idiot What do you mean by getting In front of n locomotive McGoogan Oi jest had me elf to lured an Oim afther folndin out if the coompuny do be relolablv Coed on with yer out tayklUto Chicago Daily News ar PERT AND PERSONAL Time Royal Geographical Society has recently acquired the boats compass used by Dr Livingston on his first journey down the Zambesi valley in 18SG Miss Helen Gould will defray tin expenses of Dr William H Tolman trip to Europe to study conditions in the principal cities and collect ma terial illustrative to economic prog ress in various municipalities W B Plunkett a wealthy manufac turer at Adams Mass has ordered a private trolley car which will cot him 15000 He is planning trips over Massachusetts Connecticut and New York wherever connections arc establishedPeter Villa the discoverer of gold In the Klondike region and once fabulously rich is now earning a livelihood by nailing boxes at the Ben Lemont winery at Santa Cruz Cal He line a suit pending for the recov ery of one of the richest mines in the Nome region but has no means with which to prosecute it and the case is likely to go against him by default At a society dinner last year Itev Theodore L Cuyler contributed to the fun of the evening by propound ing this conundrum Why was Noah the greatest financier of his time No one was able to answer so he gave his fellow diners a year to think it over This year Dr Cuy ler was unable to attend the dinner but ho telegraphed this answer Noah was able to float a stock company at a time when nil his contemporaries were forced Into Involuntary liquidation William Waldorf Astor has never recover his social footing In London since he snubbed one of King Ed wards friends by turning him out of doors when he came to the Astor residence without Invitation having been brought there by one of the guests with whom he hind been din- Ing nut the royal cold shoulder docs not extend to the expatriated Ameri cans son for young Waldorf is quite popular at court He was even Included among the small number of personal friends of their majesties who were Invited to celebrate the forleth anniversary of the kings wedding THIS THAT AND THE OTHER Bylaws against spitting on the London pavements are being considered by the county council There are 40000 persons in the mu nicipal service of the city of New York a gain of some 1500 since the Incoming of the present administration There Is a project of erecting a mon ument to the philosopher Kant in tier lin to be unveiled on the occasion of the hundredth anniversary of his death in the prohibition of various plays recentlyIcalled private performances before an Invited audience the president of the Berlin police line Issued an order pro hibiting such attempts to evade the law When on a cruise Capt Charles D Stgsbee U S N always takes a bicycle with him nnd hone had the pleasure of wheeling In nearly all the civilized countries of the world When time Ill fated Maine was sunk in the harbor of Havana in 1898 Capt Slgsbee who commanded the vessel then had on- board a bicycle which went to the bottom with the ship A few weeks later divers working in time sunken yes eel came across this wheel which they brought to the surface and later it was exhibited as not the least interest Ing of the Maines relics Capt Slgs bee Is still an enthusiast MARKET REPOR- TCincinnatiJune 8 CATTLE Common 3 40 4 25 Butcher steers 4 75 0 4 80 CALVESExtra 6 25 B 6 60 HOGS Ch packers 5 75 5 85 Mixed packers 5 60 5 75 SHEEP Cllpjfcd 4 10 4 LAMBSSpring 6 0 7 00 FLOUR Spring pat 4 10 0 4 40 WHEAT No 2 red 0 CORNNo2 mixed 0 49Y OATSNo2 mixed 0 3614 RYENo2 0 67 Vi HAY Ch timothy 0 18 00 PORK Clear family 019 05 LARDSteam 0 8 87 BUTTER Ch dairy 0 14 Choice creamery 0 24 AIPLESFancy 3 0 3 75 POTATOES New 3 25 0 3 75 TOBACCO Nor 4 35 kill 60 Old 5 90 12 60 Chicago FLOURWinter pat 3 60 0 3 70 WHEATNo 2 red 75 0 75 No 3 spring 74 0 78 CORN No 2 mixed 0 4Si OATSNo2 mixed 3Iys0 34y RYENo 2 51 0 61Y PORKMess 16 8717 00 LARDSteamt 870 0 8 72n New York FLOURWin strts 3 56 0 3 70 WHEATNo2 red 84 0 8- 5CORNNo2 mixed S8y OATSNo2 mixed 40 RYEWestern 58V PORKFamily 18 25 018 50 LARDSteam 9 15 altlmoreIWHEATNo2 CORNNo2 mixed 0 54 OATSNo 3 mixed 360 37 CATTLE Butchers 5 10 0 5 25 HOGSWestern 6 65 Louisville WHEATNo2 red 0 78 CORNNo3 mixed 0 52ft OATSNo3 mixed 36 PORKMess 17 60 LARDSteam Q 9 75 Indianapolis WHEAT NO 2 red 075rCORN No 2 mixeda 0 47 OATS No 2 J Q 35V 1Wc 1 Fall into line and order your new sprint suit from the great OakEasel STRAUSS ofIGood Tailor for 26 CHICAGO YIFrom start to finish good qUIIIity is the predominating feature of all clothes made to order by this well known tailoring house No detail is too small to be given careful attention your perfect comfort is their sole aim Call at our r Iplendidand nobbiest patterns We will quote you prices that will inter est you Your satisfaction as always absolutely guaranteed J J BRANNAMAN Agnt Bores Kentucky Tax on Babies Extreme hot weather is a groat tax upon the digestive power of babies when puny and feeble they should be given a few dotes of Whites Cream Vermifuge the childrens tonic It will stimulate and facilitate the digestion of their foodso that they soon become strong healthy and ac tive 25c at East End Drug Cos 20promptly obtain u 8 and Forcfgii i t11ticnd rD-o Vou Enjoy What You Eat If you dont your food does not dov you much good Kodol DyspepsiatCure is the remedy that every one should take when there is any thing wrong with the stomach There is no way to maintain the health and strength of mind and body except by nourishment There is no way to nourish except through the stomach The stomach must be kept healthy pure and sweet or the strength wilt let down and disease will set up Nb appetite loss of strength nervous nose headache constipation bad breath sour rising riftiag indigest tion dyspepsia and all stomach troub has are quickly cured by the use olf Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Sold by East End Drug Co Orders fo- rRegal Shoes Watch and clock repairing are the specialties of Williams shop Agency foriM ft N Laundry Take all your troubles to him Work guaranteed EARLY RISERS ME TAM IUS LITTLE TILLS For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headache Torpid Uver Jaun dice Dizziness and all troubles arts Inr from an Inactive or sluggish liver DeWitfs Utile Early Risers are un promptly and never gripe They are so dainty that It Is a pleasure- to take them One to two act ass mild laxative two or four act as a pleasant and effective cathartic They are purely vegetable and absolutely harmless They tonic the liver TOUP HAUl SUrfIT TW MtrAISD ItC qWItl 6 c CIacatt I THE CITIZEN I t LOCAL AND PERSONAL Arthur Yocum returned home Fri day from Lexington d Miss Lizzie Sexton is slowly im after n serious illness 1blissLily Lotion n teachei at London t Ky is here for a two weeks vis r it- t Prof Js V Dodge attended a Sun dayschool Institute at Kirksvillo last SundayMrs Agee wile of A 0 Agee died last night at midnight after a very brief illness Thoodor Wesley late druggist for S E Welch Jr died at Stanford after a brief illness t As we go to press it is thought that the condition of Mrs Cornelius wife improveI tAparty of ten young people from Berea mado a trip to the Sinks and Riies beyond Kerby Knob on Tuesday t Rev A P Smith and wife returned yesterday to their home at Somerset i after a weeks visit with friends in r Berea 4RevM K Pasco had the first new potatoes from his own garden on his table two wooka ago yesterday Who can beat that t Little Walter Boggs aged 7 return ed Tuesday after a year in the Kentucky School for the Deaf at Danville His progress in the year has been re 1markable Prof L V Dodge delivered the address before the graduating class LexingtonIaudiencetMisses Eleanor H Stroud and Emi ly R Vail of Philadelphia enroute to Asheville N C stopped our here for a few days visit this week Miss Vail was formerly a teacher at Lon don Ky Miss Jessie Cowgill and Miss Grace Mayden left last night for Asheville N C where they will represent the local Young Womens Christian Association in the regular annual ten days assembly meeting R E Hatch and Wm Tosh left last night for Asheville N C to at tend the ten days assembly of the na tional Young Mens and Womens Christian Associations They are to represent the local Y M C A f l Prof L V Dodge County Presi dent of Sundayschool work accom panied by Mrs Dodge left Tuesday for n three or four days trip through the county in the interests of Sunday school conventions in the various magisterial districts The First Baptist churchcolored in the Glades Rev H Broaddus pas tor held a rally meeting last Sunday Rev C Embry preached the morning sermon A basket dinner was served at the district schoolhouse after which the audience listened to a sermon hyI Rev R D Elmore Rev Embry preached again at night The collec tion taken for the benefit thechurch amounted W508J Rev and Mrs C M Baker of Lib rrty Center 0are making a two weeks visit with Mr Bakers parents Mr and Mrs J ABaker at Wallace ton and Mrs Fannie Demmon 1rsIBakers sister at Berea Rev Baker is a graduate of Berea College class of 91 i Rev H J Derthick on last Sun day morning offered his resignation as pastor of the Second church of Berta to take effect next September The people of Berea and of Rev I Derthick congregation are extremely sorry to lose the earnest and conse crated services of Bro Derthick Some very thoughtless boys made Tuesday night hideous with the firing of revolvers and blowing of the whis tie at Sharps mill The toys did not think of those who are sick in townI and of the many who were cheated t oiit of their much needed rest We feel sure that it will not occur again The invitations are out for the marI riage on the sixteenth of Mr Ernest B Welts to Miss Cordelia McCullough an estimable young lady Louisville 1 They will be at home after August streetIiuiaa house with bright prospects for rapid promotion A bold theft was committed last night at about eight oclock on Center street As Mrs Angle Wood the aimilliner was returning home her purse containing a considerable amount of small change was suddenly snatched from her by an unknown person Mrs Woods description and the suspicious actions of Bob Henry r- C oL J colored brother of John Henry who recently killed Will Easley in Cinciu nati pointed to him as the guilty par ty Ho was followed and finally caught in n ryo field near his home He is now locked up in tho town jail awaiting trial COLLEGE ITEMS Howard M Ernst is acting as farm foreman this summer There is a chance for several young men to work at the brickyard The Ladies Hall is open for the summer and there are several tables full of students and some summer guests from outoftown Geo W Pow has a good position in the baggage room at Ravenswood a suburb of Chicago His address is No Got Wilson Ave Chicago Ills The Night School opened Monday with a good attendance Prof Marsh is in general charge and Ellis Seale and Blevius Allen teachers Word comes that Bosnia Flanery and the other Berea students who live in the neighborhood of Major Kyhave already organized a thriving Sundayschool there Pres Frost has gone to Ashland Ky where ho will deliver the address in connection with tho Commence ment exercises of tho public high school at that place The editor is in receipt of a cata logue of the Okolona Miss Indus trial College of which Wallace A Battle graduate of Berea College class of 190118 president and founder A variety of industries are taught besides academic branches The enrollment for last year was 205 The Annual Trustee Meeting was attended by our local trustees Frost Hanson and Burdette Father Rogers of Hartford Conn J R Rogers of Brooklyn N Yv Stearns and Mallon of Cincinnati Belknap of Louisville Burnam of Richmond Ky Wm Herndon of Lancaster Ky Dr Wright of Olivet Michigan and Bal lard of Chicago I CORRESPONDENCE L 3FREE SCHOOLS SHOULD OPEN JULY 6 Everybody knows that children can get to school better in July than in November or December The Coun ty Superintendents therefore recom mend that free schools open July G Let no parent or school trustee fail to do his part to have this dono It is for the interests of our children i ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD I L Martin was in Berea Saturday Squire J M Reynolds visited Chessie Martin SaturdayRobertC- ook and son Preston were in Berea SundayMrs Polly Allman and granddaughter Ray of Richmond- are visiting on Scaffold Cane this weekMrs Susie Holman and children of Rowland are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Isaac Todd this week Master Casper and Roy Martin visited their sister Mrs T M Ogg of Walnut Meadow Saturday and Sunday Milton McGuire of Crooked Creek was on Scaffold Cane on business SaturdayDaddy Todd and Tom Linville took some hogs to Berea Saturday for J W ToldI Harvey a former citizen of Clear Creek was here on business Friday Died June 7 Rosco Gadd son of Mr and Mrs H E Gadd aged 11 monthsMrs A T Abney and little son Reuben visited Mr and Mrs J W Lambert at Boon last Saturday Miss Mennie Waddle and brother Dalt were the guests of the Misses Todd last SundayMr and Mrs James Dalton of Berea visited relatives here last SundayMr and Mrs W H Stephens visited relatives onI Clear Creek last Sunday DONE The worst rain and hail that has visited this section in years fell Monday evening The corn ground has been too wet to work now for thir teen daysSquiro James Reynolds of Disputanta visited Rev J W Lambert and wife last Thursday an- dFridayMrs Susan Wren and baby of this place ao visiting her daughter Mn CarrieWoodall of Irvine Mrs Mattie Hamblio of this place visited her parents at Richmond last Sunday and Monday Mrs Nannie Abney and little eon of Disputanta visited Mrs Etta Lambert of this place Saturday and MondayB L PoynI ter killed as large H spreading viper as we have ever seen in this country Rev James Parson preached at Joseph Damerella last Sunday eveningRev J W Lambert of 6w this place attended church at Bores Sunday morning and at Narrow Gap in the evening and reports a sale o timeB T Lambert mil family have moved to Berea Tho funerals ol John Miller and child will be preach ed at Clear Creek next Sunday by Revs J W Lambert and L How lelle Jesse Wren who returned from Muncie ltd last week is suffering from a relapse of tho measles and is very sickMrs Rosa Grant and baby ol Beroa are visiting Mr J Wren end family OWSLEY COUNTY OAIIARO Wo are having lots of rein and farmers are behind with their work Uncle Henry Gabbard is still very sick James Wilson is building a fine dwelling house for H H RieaThe stave mill that has been set up at Cow Creek will soon begin operation The fruit crop is almost a failure in this part of the State Your corre spondent and his brother Elmer visit ed relatives on Cow Creek Saturday and Sunday R W Minter and family visited relatives at Boonoville Saturday and Sunday Corn is gory scarce in this county and is selling at CO to 75o a bushel Rev M C Taylor was to preach at tho mouth of Cow Creek Sunday but did not ou account of its being a rainy day Very few farmers are done planting corn TilE CITIZEN has many friends in andaround here and we hope it will have many more soon MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Miss Laura Bell Smith of East Fourth St dial Saturday evening after a sickness of several weeks Mrs Mary FYoung whose serious illness was mentioned in lastjssue died Wednesday morning In her death Maysville has lost a woman of most ncble character She was en deared to all with whom she came in contact Misses Lottie Thomas and Mary A Law of Dayton Ohio aro visiting Mrs Amanda Breckinridge of Fifth StreetMr Herman Hawk ins and Miss Jennie Patton wore mar ried recently Mrs Amanda Steward of Cincinnati is visiting Mrs Priscil la Taylor of West Fourth Street MADISON COUNTY VALLEY VIEW N A Purkey has returned from Blue Lirk where she has been visit iJig her poranls Wm Gadd of Dis iiitanta has moved to Valley View to work at the millReal Goosy pro prietor of the largo hotel at this place fell from the roof of the porch and sprained his ankle giving him much paiu Nergel McClanahan and wife Lida have just returned from Dis putanta where they have been on busi nose for a few davs Urwin Turner of this place has gone to Lexington today to attend the funeral of his brotherThe train kills a hog for somebody here nearly every day and the Railroad Company pays nobody PULASKI COUNTY lEE LICK The infant child of Mr anti Mrs H G Edwards died Thursday Nicholas McKenzie continues very low with heart trouble Thomas HogI ers died last week He was about 80 years oldEdgar Gooch sad wife of Albin are visiting at this placeA new store has been started at this place controlled by M G Colson RndI W H Barnes Important to Subscribers After your name on your paper each week you will find the date toI 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 piper and if Iherefo any mistake in it kindly nolify us at once BO 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 Gilbert Armstrong One of the prettiest and most im pressive home weddings of the season occurred Wednesday evening June 3 at the beautiful home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs J 0 Armstrong when their daughter MUM Mina was united in marriage to 1IrI Joe Gilbert of Speedwell The house was tastefully decorated with carnations noses and draperies The prevailing colors were pink and white The ceremony was performed by ReyI Hugh MoLellan of Richmond At gjysfr five oclock the wedding party march ed in to the wedding march played by Mrs Richard Boulwor of Kingston Mr Wallace Gilbert brolhor of the groom and Mr Embry Parks acting as groomsmen and Miss Ella Gilbert sister of the groom and Miss Bonnie Armstrong sister of the bride as bridesmaids The bride was given away by her father After the core ninny n dainty lunch was served In the dining room The guest num bored about twentyfive consisting only of relatives and very intimate friends Mrs Thompson Hamsay aunt of the bride and her daughter Mrs Allen Kenney of Danville were present from a distance The bridu and groom received many fine pres ents They will make their homo for the present with Mr Gilberts par ants MothersMeeting Do not forgot the Mothes Meeting which will meet with Mrs Frost next Tuesday afternoon at two oclock BrinK the children We will have as good n time as we did before and hotter for Mrs Beauchamp of Lexing ton will be hero to talk with us Dont fall to come Dr G A Burgess Resigns On last Sunday morning Dr G A Burgess resigned the pastorato of the Church of Christ Union of Berea The resignation came a as surprise to most of the ngregation anti it is with deep regret that they see Dr Burgess depart The pastorate has extended over a period of two anti one half years and has seen the addition to the church by baplisim of 128 souls Dr and Mrs Burgess and family ex pect to go by July 1st to the old homestead at Foster Rhode Island In speaking of his resignation Dr Burgess says The past 22 years of our ministerial service have been paus ed in continuous work We need rest Sixteen years ago last January wo left our pleasant sheltered now Eng land parish and camo out into the strenuous life of the Middle West The parents of myself and wife they have but one other child have grown old All of them are over seventy It is at last our privilege to render to them tho comfort and companion ship to which our hearts have ng prompted us and which they crave Protection of Our Streets The village Council met this week and after making appropriations to meet some claims for services to tho village ordered tho posting of the new law which requires the owners of cattle to keep their stock off the streets providing for the taking up of cattle just as tho law already pro vides for tho taking up ot street swine and horses FUN AND FACTS Why it the letter S likely to prove dangerous in arguments t It turns words into sword WANTED to purchase n good young horse for riding and driving Inquire at tho office of Treasurer Oaborno what is tho best thing to do in a hurry Nothing LOST a small diamondshaped gold pin with M C D on one side andliD L C on tho other Finder please return to this ollico If you aro a progressive student or successful uptodate teacher and do sire a position you should at once en roll with tho Teachers Cooperative Union the most hustling wide awake teachers agoupr in the Wl8t Dont put it off Write immediately to BIJKLKT BAKER Managers Temple Texas Mr Baker is n graduate of Berea College was lor seven years a student here is a native Kentuckian and well known heroEn What trees are tho name after being burned as IxiforoT Ashes Mrs H W Graham Boron Ky wishes to buy 100 lbs of wool from the black sheep The Editors Notes Besides our regular features and news do not fail to road tho follow ing articles in this number Bores College Commencement Honor of the Mountain People Attention Mountain Boys Again we are disappointed in not being ablo to give you the opening chapter of our continued story this week However wo promise you a story which will be all the better for our great care in making the elf tion The report of the semicentennial anniversary of the town and the first church and school of Berea is also Itponoountilnext week r I Savers i Wanted u SI S z1 z fZ7 Whenever wo succeed in pornaudlng individual to become a saver of anIwo consider that wo have conferred benefit upon him and upon thin commun y ity Wo watt more savers Wo allow interest on time deposits lOO Berea Banking Co Berea ooJ 1 Jim Dumps young wife while yet a bride Some bIscuits made with greatest pride Jim looked with fear upon the food But to a bride one cant be rude II Lets eat Force first dear tU my whim It saved the life of II Sunny Jim It orceTh lUaljtotkm Crtflkl when in doubt eat it All Sunny VllmM Row 41n our hounrboM Forte M M familiar and welcome an Mutiny Jim ant that all IIUbDrJIua1I0wI WI WAIT FOR THE WAGON- Did you spend your childhood in the country The engineer with his hand on the throttle of the Empire Express The admiral on tho quarterdeck of a war ship King Edward on tho throne Ill may glow with pride and pleasure but their feelings are tamo iu comparison with the unmuttorable delight that thrills the small toywho is permitted unassisted to climb tho wheel and porch on the seat of a STUDEBAKER WAGON I am proud to sell i- tS t E WELCH JR J J 3rannainalWell selected of I Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Navcn Laundry u 0uhH Instantly Relieved Quickly Cured the use of paracamphA Reduces the Swelling Remove all Soreness Stop the Burning Draws out Fever and Inflammation Prevents Bad Oder Stimu lat the Circulation Keeps the Feet Warn sad CeetfortaUe Policemen Motormen Conductors Clerks and all those who are oa their feet a great deal should always keep a bottle of PARACAMPH ia their homes for use at night Give Instant Relief to Come Bunions and Frost Bltee We Guarantee every bottle to do What we claim for it If it fails your money will be refunded 35 Cost SO cast and 9100 bottles Li Jll Gael Dnalet For salebyS E WELCH Druggist t