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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r uIIIJAMES M RACER Editor and Publisher r1I lWlrfd of Mc Pafon at Btreo 1 second class 1II011II011tr I VOL IV A BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE II JT903 One dollar a year 62 IIIHONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE Article 2d Reply to Iliokburn L OTL ThiI the itroml of a icrtci of arUciew R on the mountain region of Ihe Koutli ThIof wrllluc thru artiCle was eol to Irrolilviit Friwt bjr the Interview of Htimlor IIUrkLtlni iilillilir l In Kiutcrnpiperflnwblrh IK ixiV of the iimiinUIn ie Pla us ilwemlfd nun convict nod having the deIIIoru In llitm whrlKiinlJ nrrerlie enillratul Such illtht fag rttiiKiki about the mountain region have toonunmuf on the Ilia of some rcpr acnta tRi nl the od Uvholding CM of the Holitli The truth le that the oM tlitomU have be hated they Ixloognl to a select number of CallcOOoI1 mthica and that ill tlu rest of the world MM Inferior Theyhavr not lwlle eJ In Uncommon ieoite- It lilrxltcil true that Itieconilltloni of Ilfe In the immiiUlii region are ireullar and It li the objctof lhr tttlclin to show why Ihi In to The tool orf In the praiseworthy rtronl of the mountain 1iople will be thown arol the wT to tbtlril viloiment il out Tho following communication was recently published in tbo Huston Trancrlpt relating tho convornatiou of Senator Blackburn touching the mountaineers of Kentucky Preni duel Frost immediately wrote tho let ter which follows to tho TrtUl8crlJll We publish both communications iu hell and nHfluro our renders that the mountain peoplo shall not IHJ misrep x resented without having something IRhl on their side 0llGliburns Statement Washington May 8 Senator Black burn of Kentucky talked freely yes terday of the situation In Bronthitt county whore attorney J B Marcutn wan afwaMinatod several days ago Ho salt that lawlessness in Kentucky was confined to the mountains of th State whore tho most incomprohenm bio eoplu In tho world lire They are nearly all illiterate half x starved and almost naked said till senator yet they are tho inoal hospitable pooplo tobo found anywhere They are dirt eatora and quarrelsome hundredtyoara e it potiflihlo to stop their fighting no mug an thopoopln continue to lire They have n peculiar lode of honor They never molest a woman nor will they shoot an enemy accompanied b a woman or a child Fortloventyday Marcum waa able to protect himRolf I by simply Iraing accompanied by n woman or a child nut they woro do tnrniiued to get him and waited thoir chance Than mountaineers never shoot you except in the back They alwaya shoot from tho bushes antiI never give a man a chance for his 1110I In their way they are honest A stranger may atop with thorn in tho meanest hovel and never have anyI fear of being robbed Tho mountain ocr will lie on tho dirt floor and givo his bed to the atranger He will dl vide his fool with him and bo in suited if offered any money for bisI hospitality yot for SlJi ho would not hesitate to aeizo his rifle and hide In tho bushes and shoot the first man who came Rl ngIThom have boon various theories advanced to account for the peculiar nature of these people and one is that many years ago all the escaped convicts from the adjoining states fled into the mountains of Kontucky lorI refuge and their descendants are now raising the devil It is born in thorn and nothing can eradicate it I doubt whether the man who killed Marcum evor be arrested and tried But ho is a marked man and sooner orI later ho will bo shot in the seine way that Marcum WRIIIFrosts Reply May 111003 MR EmvAitD H CLEMENT Boston 1 Mass My dear Mr Clement Some one neuda mo a clipping from tho Tram script ot MayS containing report of Senator Blackburns talk regarding tho Kentucky mountaineers I sin cerely hope tho Senator has boon mis reported but the statements attribut ed to him are sometimes hoard from tho lips of Southern men Tho ractI is there is a longstanding antipathy between thoXlIlaveboldon or the South and the mountain people who rr owned land but did not own slnves and who as a class stool for tho Union Some of the old slaveholders havo always been unable to appreciate tho condition of their humbler and disadvantage neighbors white or colored and have boon sincere disbe it Hovers In the doctrine of the improv- ability of man I hope Senator Blackburn did not way that the mountaineer does not J ahoot except in tho back and that J i1f ice Beroa Co- BegoTHE CITIZEN IItor S26 he hide in the bushes and shoot tho first man who comes along I hope he did not say that adjoiningStaten lucky for refuge But there are some Southern people who say these things and I wish to contradict them The mountain people have their pro portion of toughs and desperadoes The mountain people people of Senator Blackburns own class are much addicted to carrying weapons Auld avenging personalinsulls instead of appealing to the law This is a relic of feudalism which is too com mon among all classes in the South ern States Tho mountaineer with 11+11111111111111111111111111111111111IIHIIII + FIFTY YEARSFather Rogers speaks at 50th Anniversary of Berea Church Tho visit of Dr and Mrs Rogers was tho groat testate of Commence mont this year In spilo of time and hardships both of them appeared vigorous and full of life In fact they were among tho youngest people to bo seen Tho greetings of their old students were very delightful it is a good thing to have the veterans lake a holiday and tell their early experiences We have still to publish much important matter that waa brought out on lhisgmaloccasion but we give our renders this week tho RogersI THE ADDRESS I am glad that tho day when wo come together to consider the history of Church is Pentecost the birth day of tho Christian Church of the world Rejoicing in this glorious gift of the Holy Spirit we shall be in lees danger of any selfish narrow news when wo fix attention on things pertaining to ourselves Though it is a very small portion of tho whole church wo have met to greatscarefully to examine its history and loam it various lessons It is a part of no human organization no mire association of persons for mutual help but a Divinely informed organism indwelt by the Son of God though this indwelling boon hind Bred yet tho gates of hell have not prevailed against tho church as a whblo or this littlo branch of the churchBrethren I do not invite to join in congratulations over our past and heroism but rather to loin in confession anti humiliation and also to greater joy than that of personal triumph In seeing how the Lord hath triumphed This organization as a Kentucky church of 10th century has its peculiar traits and Characteristics Kentuckys ciimato and soil conspired- to make it the home of men and women unsurpassed for physical beauty frankness courage hospitality good comradeship qualities which form a natural basis for a church which if fully intttrucled in all truth and abiding in Christ will make one of unusual excellence Yet those same people if they look at the church simply as a means by which man may got to heaven and regard the main thing as joining the church rather than growing when I- nitII such notions prevail church will be at a low ebb In the early history of Kentucky the sentiment of liberty was strong nnd spirit manifested itself and provided for the Boras church in tbI midst of difllcultiai persecutions In 1807 there was a Baptist Association that refused fellowship with slave holders The Presbyterian Syn whin 1834 issued a very able man ifesto against slavery The irnmedi founder of Beroa Brother Fee a native of Bracken County was distinguished as an antislavery champion when he came to this part of the State at Gen Clays Invitation fifty years agoIThe beginning of this church isI thus described in the Manual of tbeI Church In the month of September 1853 at a meeting conducted by Rev JO Foe and tho Rev W B Fisk in what was known as the Glade Meet lag House Madison County Thomas and Frances Ji afro his wire William Wright and Martha Wright less culture and opportunities shows a percentage criminality but where be has had advantages here spends with surprising alacrity Out of these people whom the Senator is reported as describing as having the devil born in them which nothing can eradicate Berea College is mak ing good American citizens who be a credit to theirState and a strength to the republic It is as unfair that the wbole mountain population should be judged by desperadoes in Breath itt county as it would bo to judge the people of Minnesota by the ollicials of Minneapolis With all gcod wishes FalthlullyoursWu FROST the the IIIJILIJLfLLn has you tho and life rr ir his wife George West and Helen West his wife John Burnhnm Sr Wm Stapp Jomima Tatum and Amanda Walters on profession of their faith in Christ all Raving been baptized were organized into a church Though most of these not long after became my personal friends I must not turn aside for their portraiture yet I may be allow ed a word about the first two men tioned Thomas Ron fro was a quiet but a very strong man free from pretense calm judicial clearsighted seeing the main point in any question able to defend his belief withclear ideas He was willing to atop to the front and be peculiar meet prej udice but was not presumptuous or dictatorial in bearing His wife was worthy of him selfforgetful un- ostentatious and ready for every good word and work Most of these members had been influenced by Alexander Campbell whoso preaching had made a great impression in KentuckyThe ot God provided for the new church a foster mothsr in the American Missionary Associ ation an undenominational Christian organization imbued with a strong antislavery sentiment which gave to Bro and the early founders of Borea assistance without which their work would have been impossible Tho starting of this little church in the bresh reminds me of thb first visit of Paul and Silas to Philippi It was a small beginning but it has lived and had its part in the overthrow of slavery and establishing a college which commands tho admiration of the Presdient of tho United States and many of the wisest best of the land I am not hers to give praise to men but rejoice to pay my tribute to the fidelity and persistence of Fee whom the Lord raised up to do a needed and all important work a may who could not be turned asido from what he thought to be duty any more than the sun from its courseMr Fisk preached to the new church for a year then Mr becamo its pastor and remained BO for more than forty years The church found the first home of its own in the public schoolhouse on the site of our present district school in a dense thicket penetrated only by a few paths The building was a simple room 18 by 24ft covered with rived boards unplasiored and un painted But it was a shelter and here beside a strong tab le the gospel trumpet was sounded by Mr Fee and others Soon various helpers came students from Oberlin College who worked with Mr Fee during their vacations in Madison and other countiesGeorge Candee whose very presence inspired confidence Otis B Waters who had unusual merits as a teacher Wm E Lincoln whose early life was spent in England John White son of a Methodist minister near Cincinnati Richardson a man of most gentle spirittrue and men and valuable helpers It was some years before ministers in good and regular standing in Kentucky of any denomination would risk their reputation by preaching at BereaCla place everywhere spoken against Other libertyloving churches of a few members were plantedround about but the intense opposition put them under and the utmost effort was necessary to keep them from Continued on page 0 e THE EYES OF MEN AND WOMEN- are similar in all respects Their con examInedis caused by difference in work and temperament GLASSES to suit these conditions and meats are made and supplied here Teats made bjr skilful opticians with modern scientific instruments put us in possession of information which enables us to furnish just the right oYo8Pri T A Robinson JeweleriMain Street Richmond Ky WE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EYES T- ORepair f or Paint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIER CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works- C F HIQQINS Prop M An Weekly to the of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL Paper 140 Point will will will like and this wisdom this and larger will and Fee and courage Bro aud Fee faithful ban J i kbSuit Reduction t Great Cutprice of Suits Full particulars and prices next week But do not wait delays are dangerous the best go first you know 1 COVINGTON BANKS Outfitters for Men and Boys Richmond Kentucky tj p Y If Its From Joplins Its Good C A full line of FURNITURE rlwayson hand We invite our Berea frionda to make themselves at home at JOPLINS when in Richmond CARPETS aud MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY 73Night66 Paste Pocket eoa wad Drugs and The best place to buy them ia the EAST END CO 6 CO HighClass Jewelers and Diamond Dealers 404 West Market Street LOUISVILLE KY 0Tpi Write For free Catalogue and call to NIg o see ui when you are in the 4 ylo city I ooa 1RION OIRflRDBT GO Loalsvllle Ku Devoted Interests Family Sale JO S Richmond Ky II THINGS WHICH YOU OFTEN BUY andLetterGoodsRazonFoodsMedicines DRUG IRION GIRARDET 00ESTinAMD Indepeldat JOPLIN EnvelopesToilet No 2000 Solid Gold Watch noo It5t2f SoUcI Mu chum 325 It J5 SolId Heavy Gold Rtog 500 II J2IJ 6 Pearly Ruby Douhkt 500 Itm tully or EmaaW 250 It7U DIamoM ridIJy lit 3000 It 1667 7 Full Cut Ma HOJO 1 S SI tNNfe WE DONT SAY MUCH OUR PRICES TALK I I CukStoroSpring Dress Goods White Goods Ginghams etc We are adding daily new things in r Lawns Allover Embroideries Laces Ribbons etc Ladles are especially invited to call and see them SEE our beautiful line of Carpets Mattiugs and Unga The largest aaaortmaat aad beet citySEE Telescopes and Valises fortheallIfand want the DONT FAIL to IBestanteed Only a look i LACKEY A HAMILTON I I CORNER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS RICHMOND KY vt The CO horsepower traction engines 1usedon western ranches will pull si multaneously 17 14Inch plows plow Ing 40 to CO acres per day er will plow drill and harrow all at one time with properly arranged tools from 35 to 60 acres per day I King Christian of Denmark adopts the plan of reading a different paper each day of the week Thus he says he gets at everybodys Ideas Certain i ly no monarch Is better in touch with his people The king of the Belgians the other hand reads clippings 11m so clever a financier as he la Is particularly Interested tn all that may bear upon the stock markets ot I the worldI IOfficialtests of the new army rifles I wero made at the United States barracks f Columbus O The rifle Is said t to be greatly superior to the Krag Jorgensen being lighter having a higher velocity and greater a cu- racyfit is a magazine gun five cartridges carried Ina clip An Italian authority finds that when t liens are fed on food containing a large percentage of iron the eggs also ro veal the presence of Iron in the very digestible form of the albuminate Such eggs exert a tonic effect on per sons who eat them The case Illus I trates the fact that alt eggs are not 1alikeby any means and that accord Ing to the food fed they may vary greatly fn dletlc value and effect At a large dinner party given In London the peaches placed on the ta ble bore the monogram of their owner traced distinctly In the velvety bloom In j order to produce this unique effect letters were cut from paper and past i ed on the peaches while growing I When the fruit was ripe on removing i the paper letters the monograms were found picked out In delicate green the rest of the fruit being rosy and deep hued The milky sea as it Is known to mariners Is not yet fully understood It seems to be most common in tho tropical waters of the Indian ocean q and Is described as weird ghastly and aweInspiring and as giving the ob rserveron shipboard the sensation of 1J passing through a sort of luminous fogI In whlch sea and sky seem to Join and sense of distance is lost The phe fall Is probably duo to some form phosphorescence =One of the masters in a GermanI Ischool recently addressed the following query to the fathers of 21 of his r pupils whose ages range from 14 to 15 k Will you allow your son to smoke and drink during the two days excursion Ten parents t Igymnasluu1 on no account were their while 11 answered that y might dp so In regard to drink all but one of the parents replied i they would allow It jthI A comparison of the battle ship Ore which not long since challenged j admiration of the world with the new Connecticut shows that the Con i nee t1gtit carries 4000 tons of armor 2900 tons carried by the Ore t weight of armor covers a jJonThlslarger area In fighting Connecticut carries 70 per- centi more weight of guns and 90 per cent more weight of ammunition than the Oregon and the total gun energy of theConnectlcut Is three and a half times the greater Modern Invention made an elope went easy for Mary Schultz 19 years old but trouble came thereafter Miss SChultZ Is a Joliet girl and when her father John Schultz stepped Into a telephone booth she saw her chance I and seized it Slamming the door of the booth she turned the key and then withher father locked In sho went to another telephone and called him up Papa she said youro whipped I am going to run away with I Harry Cowan andlmgolngto4- 1oltrllbtaway And she did 1 1 w q- 1r CURRENT TOPICS Birmingham is the oldest scat of manufacture In Europe The valley of the Amazon still re mains almost unexplored- A monument to Dret Harte Is to be erected In San Francisco Volcanic disturbances have occurred recently In Chile and Guatemala Half the people living In New York move one or more times a year A branch of the British Navy League has been formed at Yokohama Japan The proportion of Chinese to In dians in the United States Is as two to threeThere are six canals connected with the Thames which extend altogether 334 miles A person can now go from New York city to Seattle on Pugent Sound in four days- Ventnor has by far the most hours ot real sunshine of any town In the British Isles A penny of Ethclreds reign found near Tetbury Gloucestershire has been sold for JCC1 It has been decided that aliens In British prisons are not to be taught any trade In the future Tesla says that within another year be will be able to send wireless messages around the world Bedsteads with alarm clocks as part of the headrall are being made for South London early risers In the eastern athletic contests Yale won over Harvard by half a point but Harvard has entered a protest- A count of the unoccupied houses In London shows 40690 That Is one house In 15 of the whole city At New Itomney Kent England a set of ancient stocks has been discov ered In a cellar of the court bouse A pearl fisher of Western Australia named Broomo has found a pearl whose value Is estimated at 75000 It is stated by the Los von Rom society that 40000 Austrian Roman Catholics have lately left their church Pennsylvania has a larger number of persons of Negro descent In Its popu latlon than any other of the northern stalesHaving decided to raise the price of milk the milkmen of Blenna Switzer land have been boycotted by the In habitantsTraveling baths on one of the Rus sian railways are the latest provision for Its employes comfort In thu out lying districts French cabinet makers have learned a way ot preparing sawdust and mak ing it Into articles of ornament that resemble carved woodwork The Adirondack government reserve contains 1355851 acres and private parks aggregate 700000 acres The Catskill reserve is 82330 acres In Chopins Etude In Emlnor it Is necessary to read 3950 signs In two minutes and a halt which Is equiva lent to about 26 notes to a second The greatest pumping plant In tho world Is one which draws 3000000 gallons of water a day 387 miles to the gold fields at Bulla Bulling Australia The English post office gives 20 per cent better speed In delivering parcels than the private carriers and at a cost of six cents for one pound eight cents for two pounds and 24 cents for 11 pounds Tie preserving plants are now moved on cars to where the ties are delivered to the railway In retorts holding 500 ties each the sap Is forced from the pores in the ties and salt solution put In its stead Fosters statistics of mineral output just published show that the United States produces more and the Brjtlsh empire a little less than one third of tho coal while Germany fur niches onefifth The duke of Buccleuch King Edward host at Dalkelth is one of six men who own between them one alxtb ot all Scotland and there are customs still preserved on his estate dating back to King Alfred I I 7 = Jrw 7 L IN THEIR DEFENSE Curtis Jett and Tom White on the Witness Stand Jttt Swore That at the Time of Assat Inatlon Hit Hand Was So Badly Swollen That He Could Not Pull a Trigger Jackson Ky June ItThe trial ol Curtis Jott and Tom White for the murder ot Attorney Marcum began Wednesday morning Capt B F Ew en was tho first witness called lie said Marcum and I were In converse tlon I was looking toward him with my back to the west doorjamb of the courthouse When the shot was fired I saw dimly In tho smoke the form of a man approaching I ran when Mar cum fell but I looked back and saw Curtis Jett approach him with his revolver In both hands He came up to within six feet I thought of the man lying on the floor and deliberately shot him In tho head I feared ho would also try to shoot me and I ran further away After he fired the second sho he stood a second as if to make certain ot tho deed and then turned While running away I kept looking In his direction to be certain of his move ments an In the event ho had tried to shoot me I would have drawn my revolver Five minutes before Marcum was assassinated Attorney John Patrick who followed Bach said that ho saw Jett and Whlto conversing In front of tho courthouse Ho saw Jett go Into the courthouse several minutes before tho shooting A minute or to after Marcum fell he saw Jett leave tho courthouse by a sldo door Later ho saw Jett and White walk to the bridge and there saw them talking with Mrs Marcus Johnson Marcums sister Jackson Ky June 12The statement of B J Ewen that In the pres once of two witnesses five one thou sand dollar bills were tendered him on condition that he would repudiate what he had testified to regarding the assassination of James D Marcum that death was the alternative threat ened and the testimony of Mrs Johnson sister of the murdered man were the features of special interest Thursday affecting tho trial of Curtis Jett and Tom White on the charge of mur dering J B Marcum Mrs Johnson reiterated on the stand what she had related Wednesday night In substance that Jett has admitted to her that ho killed her brother using the language Hargls money did It I fired the shotJackson Ky June 13The feature of the JettWhlte trial Friday was the drift of evidence towards a conspiracy Implicating county officials and olh ers and tending to show that Jett and White had no such motives as the con splrators but were simply hired to kill J B Marcum who was the attorney for parties contesting the election of county omclals The prosecution rested Its case SaturdayJackson Ky June 1GTbe trials of Curt Jett and Tom White were delayed Monday because of the hearing of the cases of the alleged Incendia ries Attorney Golden outlined the defense In a speech before the jury prior to calling Jett lie said tho defense would show that White alone had en tered tho courthouse prior to the kill- Ing of Marcum and that Jett was near the post office Jott In his testimony named persons he said ho saw while standing near the post office when the shots were fired Ho said ho saw Mrs Mary Johnson Marcums sister and said to her Guess you want to lay this on me I get blamed for every murder committed here Mrs Johnson tes tilled that Jett said to her Hargla money killed him I fired tho shots Jett said at the time of the killing his right hand was so badly swollen that ho could not pull a trigger lie said he had a finger cut off two weeks be fore and could not use his hand Ho said he and Whlto slept at the home of Jim Harris mother that night lie said he went to Winchester on Satur day and then to his mothers home where ho was arrested Ho dented saying anything to Henry Freeman about Marcum Jett was deliberate and at times his memory was defec tine Tom Whlto was tho next witness and corrobrated the testimony of Jett In many particulars Clarence Hadllen followed White on the stand lie said ho saw Jett on the courthouse square corner a few minutes after the shooting Mrs Lulu Smith Hargis ulster made the same statement She is Jctts aunt Dodge Banks told the same story ai the two former witnesses He also said Ewen did not look Into the coal dor Ho is Jailer Spencers adopted sonJohn Shouse Hargls barn foreman said he saw Jett on the corner of the square only a few seconds after hear- Ing the shots He was confused on crossexaminationJohn made the same statements Subscription For Ewen Louisville Ky June 1C Subscrlp Ions to reimburse Capt B J Ewen for his house burned at Jackson by incendiaries are being taken up In many Kentucky towns Louisville Lexington and Shcpherdsvllle are the first to respond Railway Properties Sold Nashville Tenn June GTheproperties of the Nashville railway were sold under foreclosure proceed- Ings Monday morning for f600000 the upset price The property was bought In for A syndicate u JI rt MS GREAT LOSS His Hotel atJackson Ky Burned and He is Penniless Insurance on the Property Had Been Cancelled Last Week Lawlessness Making Insurance Companies Unwilling to Carry It Lexington Ky June riTho City hotel at Jackson Ky a threestory building owned by Capt B J Ewen tlie main witness against Jett and White now on trial for the assassins lion of Lawyer J B Marcum was burned to the ground early Sunday morning There were 1C guests In the hotel but all escaped without Injury The hotel together with Its furnish- Ings and the effects of tho guests Is a total loss The origin of the fire Ij unknown but the belief Is generally that the fire was of Incendiary origin The Insurance on Ewens property had been cancelled last week the state of lawlessness making Insurance companies unwilling to longer hold tho risk The building had recently been completed and his loss of 110000 rep resents his all He and his wife and nine children are left homeless and almost penniless The disaster struck terror to his heart and he has feared to leave the protection of the court believing that his assassination will bo attempt ed if opportunity Is offered His tam ily aro with neighbors Cape Ewen had recently put up an addition to tho hotel This was just completed and was yet unoccupied It was In thIs part of tho hotel that tho fire was discovered Tho town of Jackson has no fire department and when Its citizens were aroused by tho firing of pistols and guns much cx citcmcnt prevailed A detachment of militia came on the double quick from their camp across the river and rendered valuable aid In assisting tho guests to escape and preventing tho flames from spreading Smoke was discovered Issuing from the unfurnished portion of wens hotel at 6 oclock It originated In an unfinished room on the third floor No fire has been In It and It was too remote from the kitchen chimney for a flying spark to have caused the fire Guests at the hotel and members of Capt Ewens family were asleep when the alarm was sounded and bad to es cape In haste half dressed and lear ing clothing and belongings to be con sumed Clothing had to be furnished by neighbors and only a few pieces of furniture were saved Despite efforts to extinguish the flames they did not surrender until there was nothing left to burn only the tall chimney and a heap of ashes marking the site of tho building What soldiers could bo spared went to the fire and worked heroically to save the hotel and when this became a hopeless undertaking devoted themselves to adjoining prop erty It was feared to send any of the men on regular duty as It was sus pected that a rush on the jail or camp might have been planned and that tho fire was expected to draw the soldiers from the jail and locality- It was found that rain barrels around the hotel which afforded Its chief fire protection wero overturned by the incendiaries before the torch was apt plied At one time the whole south section of the town seemed to bo threatened and only hard work prevented a spread Two cloth balls dipped In tar and kerosene were found near tho ruins ot the hotel Jackson Ky June lliGray Had dlx a near neighbor to Ewen said ho saw two men leave tho hotel a moment before the fire but said he did not know them Ho Is a defense witness In tho trials now In progress and it was decided by the soldiers to retain him In the belief that he may know more than ho has told Thorp and Crawford tho men under arrest aro teamsters who work for Judge Hargls- Mnj Allen was Informed that they were seen crossing tho bridge near Ewens home just about the tlmo tho flro was dlncovered They were ar rested at noon On closo questioning they made conflicting statements but denied having crossed the bridge until after the fire was In progress Oncal and Golden counsel for Jett and White demanded the Immediate release of the men They were held for preliminary trial under 3000 bond each Flag Day In San Juan San Juan P It June 15The flag day celebration here broke the record for there was a display of Americanism throughout Porto Rico Fifteen hundred flags were carried by the puplli of the schools and there were paul Otis exercises at the theater Popes Condition Improved Rome June lliDr Lapponl the popes physician saw the pontiff Sunday but merely continued the treat ment of his Indisposition which would not be worth mentioning if It were not for Pope Leos age Ills condition Is much Improved French Like the Cuban Flag Paris June 1C Parisians are study- Ing the newly hoisted Cuban flag over the legation of the youngest republic As they dilate upon tho white and bluo bands and upon the red triangle with- a white star praises of the United States aro heard upon all sides Declined the Offer Manila June lliTbe government which Intends to appoint an army Jill cer to be governor of Cavlte province offered the post to Capt Shanks of the 18th Infantry regiment but the latter has declined the offer bIoT DR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount to Students Richmond Kentucky t Lmll nnil Children Invlud All ladies and children who cannot stand tho shocking strain of laxative syrups catharticH etc are iuvited to try tho famous Little Early Risers They arodlfterent from all other pills They do not purge tho system Even a double dose wilt not grip weaken or sicken many peoplo call them the Easy Pills W II Howell Houston Tex says nothing butter can be used for constipation sick headache etc C Moore Lafayette lOll SlaYS all others gripe and sicken while Do Witts Little Early Risers do their work well and easy Sold by East End Drug Co U 14 REASONS Why 41 Mrs A T Fish can best please you in MILLINERY AND NOTIONS 1 Largest Stock 2 Lowest Prices 3 Longest Experience 4 Best Styles personally selected in tho beetjmarket New York City COR MAui AND CENTER Sri HEKCA Slot w5ther ttrakna- If you feet fagged out listless and lacking in energy you are perhaps suffering from tho debilitating effects of summer weather These aymptons indicate that a tonic is needed that will create a healthy appetite make digestion perfect regulate the bowels and impart natural activity to tho liver This Ilerbine will do it is a tonic laxative and restorative H J Free gard prop Grand Viow Hotel Chen ey Kan writes I have used liar bino for the last twelve years and nothing on earth can boat it It was reccora mended to mo by Dr Newton Newton Kan Wo at East End Drug Cos REPAIR THAT LOOM Bares College has secured a market for homespun and homowoven goods such as bed coverlids linen drown linsey jeans blankets etc at follow log prices Covorlids E 4 to 16 Linen 40 to GO cents n yard Dross Linsey CO cents a yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes f3 a pair White Hnsey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2j yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homo made dYeI- ADywomaowbowaDta toaell cover lids or homespun to Bores College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per eon or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky A Splendid Remedy Neuralgic pains rheumatism lumbago and sciatic pains yield to the penetrating influence of Ballarda Snow Liniment It penetrates to the nerves and bone and being absorbed into the blood its healing properties are conveyed to every part of the body andeffect some wonderful cures Mr D F Moore Agent Illonois Central Railway Milan Tenn tatea ell have used Ballard Snow Liniment foi rheumatism backache etc in my family We could not do without it 25c DOcjmd 1100 at East End Drug Co r rauaw9 c MONUMENTS Yeas Headstones Mttuirt i Granite ud Marble Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at nut sonable prices and with dispatch Allwork guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Oornrjol Nil tint Colllni Mrrvli 0 Afl rlouMI Uk E C DoWitt k Co is the name of the firm who make the genuine Witch Hazel Salvo D Wittn is the Witch Hazel Salvo that heals without leer lug a scar It is n noriotin mistake to use any other DoWittn Witch Hazel Salvo cures blind blooding itching and protruding piles burns bruises eczema and nil skin ditwamvi Sold by East End Drug Co 0 DR M Er JONES roc Dentist v OfficeOver Printing office Office Days Wednesday to rnd of the week- GARNET HOTEL Newly Fittedup Meats Hoard nod pricesSecond House Richmond Ky U 1 R G ENOLE Propt anll ai1rtrearA- By enabling thedtgentivfi organ to digest assimilate and transform AU of the wholesome food that may ho eaten into the kind of blood that nour jibes tbo nerves feeds the tistucM hardens the muscles and recuperates the organs of the entire body Kodul Dyapepnin Cure cures IDIIKItlout VBptPllla CatArrh of ndUatomach disorders Sold by East End Drug Co Without Harness The best home in tho world ill of lit tin use With wellmade perfect fitting harness on ho becomes both usofulIand ornamental If stylI is desired our i 10 BUGGY HARNESS will fill the bill to a dot It1M light i haudllOUIlltntivory durable H strength is the main consideration our 20 TEAM HARNESS will meet nil requirements Couldnt be stronger if it was all iron T J MoberlyI1 Richmond Ky Conrlpald Oowela To have good health the body should be kept in a laxative condition and the bowels moved at least onre a day so that all the poisonous wastes are expelled daily Mr O L Edwards 142 N Main St Wichita Kan sas writes I hate used Herbine iv regulate the liver and bowel for the iput ten years and found it a reliable remedy rat East End Drug Cok OGG COiGROCERIESand DRY GOODS Fruits and Vegetables a Specialty Sole ajeot for Banner Cream Bud OPPOSITE lURftETTCS MILLf S y 4y T r rrnuidtuts r omCoxr 3I THE CITIZEN THE HOME ONIONS Onions lira a very wholoaomn vego table which ought to bo onion freely throng tho spring and early sum ninr They would bo much more IKipulnr wero it not for thoir strong odor A cup of vinegar on the ntovo while they aro cooking will keep thorn from scenting up tho how o badly but to BOIIJO tho smell of the boiling vinegar is an bad BH tho onion scent You will shod fewer tears over tho operation of peeling onions if you keep them under water while doing it Onions served nliced with vinegar Hhruld first have boiling water pour od over the specs then be allowed to sliiud in cold salt water for n low moment before putting on tho vine gar MOILED ONIONS After pooling and washing cover with boiling Malted water and cook for five minute Drain off water and covor again with trailing salted water Cook for lire minutes and drain again if you wish less of the strong taste After the lust draining cover with boiling naltod water and rook until tender usually about an hour Drain off tho water add a little milk or cream and season with salt butter and pepper ANOKL FOOD There were many inquiries from those seeing the exhibit of tho cook ing classed on Commencement day for our r cM for Angel Food Cake that I givo it hero This is one of the boat and moat healthful cakes as well as lilts cheapest when eggs aro plentiful Heat the whites of twelve eggs un til quite stiff add one and onO half cups white sugar gradually and con Untie beating then add one teaspoon of create tartar sifted with one cup of Hour Tho flour should be silted four times measured the cream tartar floatkono UiUijKWii flavoring and turn the mixture into an ungreased cake pan Hake in a moderate oven until done being careful not to open oven door for twenty minutes after putting cake in When done turn cake pan up aide down putting reniething under edge of pan to keeps front the table and let hang until cauL This nmkrs the cake lighter JcXKi L HILL THE SCHOOL THE STORY AND THE STORYTELLER Bt LOCINE FINCH Chicago Continued Storiea feed n natural inherent in ctinct What is this instinct and what is the true purpose of stories in relation to It Firat of all stories givo to tho child something that his nature craves something that is a strong demand in his life Wo may be suro of their in trinsio valuo to him since ho is but ono of the multitude of children who t havo made this demand Stories are his food Part of tho very fibre of his being cries out for them anti they alone can fill this need which ia not the mere caprico of a few imaginative children but ia a fundamental and n universal instinct Stories teed his imagination which is perhaps tho strongest characteristic of child life t The child lives in a world of fancy 1IUe do we know what princo talks manfully beside us what small queen with grave taco site in her corner and dreams A child who listens to stories of great deeds and learns to lovo the liuro who daroa all and conquers who thrills with pity at the trials of the sweet princess and who rejoices in the triumph at last of the good and of f the legitimate downfall of the bad a child who lives all this over antI over in an ofttold tale will by the natural growth of his own soul form standards which will bo his means of balance through life This Is his in troduction into the world of ideal in character Stories then create Ideals by moans of which a child may grow in a character way Unconsciously he compares hia own lifo and deeds with those of hia chosen hero This proc saeswithin his own mind is indirectly an element in his social development The great litelessons which havo been learned havo not boon taught u through precept and the indirect mor al training for which a good story stands is a valuable part of a child experience Let the story itself tho p fair working out of Its conditions bo the moral Let it awaken the child s judgments of right and wrong Let him weigh conditions and balance events aud then the true morality of real living and fighting and sympa d l t i thizing and lodnglI become the grain of his being Wo may juge- a story as we do a book by a few ele monte which make it either good cr poor There must ho content of some worth simplicity of plot clearness- of style and action Events in rapid succession must boar directly upon each other and upon tho story as a wholes Thor must bo dramatic situations and a climax The form should be simple and the English good and well chosen Doctor Me Murry says there must bo introduced into tho story Persons and acts that aro simple and transparent enough to lot tho moral light shine through that possess sufficient life to lend warmth and vigor to moral judg meats Againihe lIaYlIIINo attempt must be made to covor up or passover what is bad For bad develops the judgment as woll as good It remains only to have a care that tho childs interest inclines to the good Ilse just the right THE FARM POULIfii YARD NOTES FOR JUNE Susgesll or Everyday Practice Co e4 tram but wrck Dry broatr be rut smell ill a bono cutter vf fed dry to all kinds of fowls either old or young It is better dry than watersoaked Bread and milk is good for jwls ducks geese or young turkeys When thor oughly soaked rqueeze all the milk out prior to feeding Have all the fool that is given to young poultry of all kinds as dry as is consistent with the food itself Some cut green bone is excellent for tho young fowls just a little at first then a little more each day until they are accustomed to its use- From now on is tho time to hatch for late broilers and for young chicks for frying or for small young roast ers Hold on to all tho earlyhatched pullets for winter layer and the very boat of tho earlyhatched cock erels for breeders JJreak the habit of selling or killing the finest of all as soon as they are largo enough to eat or soil Those are the very ones you should keep for your brooding stock Always have this in mind for TG5 days each year If you do you will go forward in your Htock breed- Ing the other way gradually works you out Give your fowls all tho range pos Bible for tho rest of the summer Have plenty of ventilation in the hen house but guard against drafts or currents of air blowing through the houses This is quito as bad in sum mer as in winter for when a cold change and rain cornea at night destructive winds blow wherever there is an opening If tho fowls are in line with these drafts of coldair they catch colds that ofton end in roup or other ailments that under mice their value and usefulness Cold air passing over or about sleeping fowls in quito as injurious to them as it is to human boings Proper ventilation is of vast importance in all buildings that aro used for tho 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men there who have a friendly feeling toward all people regardless of race or color They are desirous of making all men worthy American Citizens C B COMBS NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of B C Richardson are hereby notified to file same with me properly verified for payment on or before August 25 1903 at the Berea Banking Companys Bank in Berea Ky or same will be barredW H PORTER Admr Dn bouis non B C RICIIARDSON Estate June 8 1903 FUN AND FACTS Strength and vigor come of good food duly digested Force a ready loaervo wheat and barley food adds no burden but sustains nourishes machine for saleM K PASCO Why is coffee like a dullax They both have to be ground before using WANTED to purchase a good young horse for riding and driving Inquire at the office of Treasurer Osborne When may a chair be salt to dis like you When it cant bear you LOST a small diamondahspet gold pin with M C D on one side and liD L 0 on the other Finder please return to this office GunnrI am going to look in the front of this magazine for the boat pictures of the day GuyerOh you should look in the back Tho best magazine artists are illustrating advertisements these daysIf you are a progressive student or successful uptodate teacher and desire a position you should at once en roll with the Teachers Cooperative Union the most hustling wideawake teachers agency in the West Dont put it off Write immediate ly to BINKLET BAKER Managers Temple Texas Mr Baker is a graduate of Berea College was lor seven years a student here is a native Kentuckian and well known hereED They make good clothes Is al ways said of Strauss Bros of Chi cago Good clothes to order at mod orate prices have made this firm fam ous Samples displayed by J J Brannaman See display ad in another column With your reach which hat such a list of the You cannot hesitate to decide at once where to buy your paint for the paint is Best of all ONLY BY Nat I This for arealready your orders have DR HOWARD SWITZE- Physician and Surgeon Office and residence in Coddington house rear of Bank The Stork Devotion The stork has given numerous proofs of her maternal affections Sbo prepares her nest with care linos it with down deposits her eggs hatches them tenderly and never for a moment leaves her cherished progeuituro When tho little ones omorgo from their shells other labors begin Tho father undertakes to provide their food Tho mother takes charge of their education First they have to bo taught to fly which is no trifling affair When in attempting to walk our own children fall there is in groat harm but tho littlo storks havo t try their wings by leaving their nests- Thereforeand venturing into space how timid are the young ones and how anxious their mother And yet tho first lesson passes off without accident ODd soon you will tho young generation gayly fluttering around their airy home But those motherly instincts ore com mon traits The stork carries her dovo thou much further Sho loves her chil dren enough to give up her Ufo for then of which hero is a tnouiorablo example At Dolft a house Is ou fire Tho flainoi havo reached the roof A young of storks havo just como to light The are still nude and unablo to fly Th- mother understands the peril She moves about flaps her wings and makes a perato chatter to attract assistance an when at lost her nest catches fire sh resolutely settles down into it and per lahea with her children It is only jus that in return for such devotion tin young ones should lovo their parents Therefore when old age has come when tho old storks crippled with rheu matisnl can no longer venture for out in search of food the children provide it for himFrench of Maurice Bugle hart w Suites or Stone Around tho center of Jerusalem whore the religious growths of centuries gather like crystals around a rod R half sedentary half floating population is to be found whoso chief object is tho pur suit of piety and the veneration of th o traces of Jesus the Nazarene Here is a world within a world a Christian picture in a Moslem frame In this city where tho religion of Mohammed 13 centuries ago overcame that of Christ and where at present its followers pro vent the rival Christiana from fighting for tho possession of tho venerated spots wo have a littlo area of ground which has been arranged by tho sects of Christianity to suit tho brief descriptions ol the Testament but in which no single place exists that can bo proved to hove boon tho scene of the events ascribed r i MORPHINEOpium f permanently cured without pain or detention from business leaving no craving for drugs or other stimulants We restore the nervous and physical systems to their natural condition because we remove the causes of disease A home remedy prepared by an eminent physician WE tUAHANTEC A CURE FREE TRIAL TREATMENT Confidential correspondence especially with physicians solicited Write today t Manhattan TMrapautio Asooiatioa 1 k i eat A BrMriway New Yerk aXty IMrs Fred Unrath President Country Club Benton Harbor Duel sotRdoctor save me a tonic which he consid ered very but Instud cj getting better I grew weaker every day y hus band Insisted that I take Wine of Careful for a week and see what It would do for me I did take the medicine and was very grateful to find my strength and health slowly returning two weeks was out of bed and In a month was able to take up my usual duties I am very enthusi antic In Its praise Wine of Cardui reinforces the organs of generation for the ordeal of prep nancy It prevents miscarriage No woman who of Cardul need fear the coming of her child If Mrs taken Wine of Canlui before her came she would not have ken weakened as she was Her rapid recovery should commend this great remedy to every expectant mother Wine Cardui regulates the menstrual flo- wWIHE0FCARDUI I have practiced medicine for 86 years and have consulted the leading physician 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 or years Could not eat anything but milk tout for months but since I used Kodol I can healthoI cannot say enough for Kodol for it itotaken aa directedM D Settle M D Big Hill Ky East End Dreg Co Th Strength of the coffee you buy adds to ita value in the cu- pLion Coffee comes to you fresh and of full strength always in sealed airtight packages Bulk coffees ole tl strength deteriorate In flavor and also gather dirt Unlformltr tmhoM u fill Mmith aN IUIUM to ante et Lion Coffee OaaMlauta 0 uh OUP toFp feutfca cM anal Ortup Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky SurplusJ and 180000 We solicit your patronage JAMES BENNETT Pris S S PARKES Cashier SAVE MONEYII By buying t NEW AND SECONDHAND FUR NITURE AND STOVES of R H CHRISMAN l Pka WHEN IN RICHMOND Call at Covington Arnold Broi For Queenaware Glassware Crockery Lamps etc etc MAIN STREET RICHMOND KT Queen Quality The Famous Shoes for Women Never fall to give satisfaction Once a wearer always a wearer Try a pairand be convinced We are sole agents for Madison county We can also please you in Mens Shoes wear etojt RICE ARNOLD Main St Richmond Ky 2- r t t l r d 1 ILl rw tINEBRIETY OF ANCIENTS znor iBlrniprrnncr as Told kI i rumba unit Papyri of Rgrpl i InIhnlrtra There Ib soiiifthluj startling in the rtvtlutloiis from the tombs and papyi hisipic who lived 5000 yours ago T Egypt wits a land of banqueting and the celebration of fend days am religious rites and wicrllkrx Win i and bier were the drink ottering made to the gods Those with great quantities of provisions were brought ftothe temples ou feast days andlaii on the attars It was supposed tint the gods and the spirits of departed ones came back und partook of the essence of the foods after which it a was distributed to the priests at Undants and temple worshipers It itltIsmentioned that on one occasion 10 jugs of beer and 5000 vases 01 vine were offered up to the gods Thii pros all drank by the priests andwor Bhlpcrs and the intoxication which followed is mentioned casually as a common event On another occasion a king donated the product of 500 vineyards where grape were grown and wine made as a special offering tc I the gods In the tomb of another kIng among the great virtues is men Uoned the fact that he gave for sac rificial offering 200000 Jars of wine i and half a million jugs of beer dur ing his reign An envious man writes t bn one papnis that the drink offering in the city of Thebes far exceeded that i of the other cities of the empire and makes reflections on the parsimony of rival towns At Mem phis the temple was provided with special rooms called houses of beer and wine where the offerings from the altar could be drank by the wor shipers These religious banquets were suppressed In the reign of some bf the monarchs as injurious to both i the government and the banqueters ivorsldpersfIrlgucs against the government a r drinkten on ss had left to sober Here in their stupid condition they were often rob fb 1 thieves and when they made com to the courts they were turned with the same statement that Is delivered so solemnly by our modern Judges that drunkenness is no ex case for crime or the suffering and losses which follow Beer and bread were the great national drink and j food A place called Quede seems to have had the monopoly or at least the reputation of producing the finest beer Wine was also a great favorite drink and in the early dynasties not i differentIJ er with some descriptions of the meth od of manufacture The pictures on the tombs show the process of extract j ing the juice of the grape and work in the vineyards and in the papyrus complaints are made of adulterations anyone writer declares that the oh r jrct of securing a good flavor has led to ninny bad mixtures the result of which causes much stupor to the drinker Ialmtree wine was con i t demned because of Its rapid Intoxicat ing qualities and beet war said to bloat when used too frpely 1pfllll1ee of the tombs of a priest If of the doom of till nation and the desertion by tin gods If wines and beers continued to bo drank I by nil classes Another torah con tain an equally ominous prediction and declares that small quantities of wine and beer may clarify the soul naiL glee It greater power in tbothlrworld while If larger quantities are used It will stupefy and chill the spirit tendkeep the soul In places of torment On another tomb the cause otIXcer lvc drinking IIlIld to be the pos session of bad spirits particularly of IIddldtt use on ii t1stupor and causes the victim to fall breaking his headaid thus liberating the spirit from the body be fort the gods wont it At various times efforts were made to suppress the excessive use of spirits Different monarchs when temperate and ubsti J neat themselves passed htremiou Jawo forbidding its use only on pub lie occasions and III the temple Others who drank freely encouraged Its use without restrictions Sonic l- itIii these efforts to suppress the me of alcohol have a refry modern sound On one occasion all sales of wines and beers were prohibited except In shops side streets away from public ob- and the dealer paid a high IIOn for the privilege and was forced provide clean rooms and places for who beiiine Intoxicated or to i take them home at his own expense particularly after nightfall Poor people who dranl and were boisterous t fined heavUf and made slaves tor government until the fines were 11thl Web people had their property j when they persisted In to excess In public and making themselves disagreeable On onto inscription In an account of a certain icing who prohibited beer to his sol dier on the eve of battle Another statement on the same paprym is t e IBBiU that nothing but bread and wad i ji tel could give courage and strengt to soldiers in a march An IncldAnC was mentioned that after a vlctorloi battle the king nod his army mde a great drink offering to the god In the midst of their joy and stupor from drink the enemy returned and a frightful slaughter followed Iater nu edict was made tht no wines or beers should be used in the campaIgn or no offerings to the gods until afti they had returned home Wines and spirits were kept In the homes of tbe wealthy In specially built rooms where they could be drank In secrec and on sonic of the mummies n roil tinct references to excessive use of spirits as the cause of death In tho days the priests acted as physician One of the tombs describes its occt punt as having been skilled In the treatment of madness following thl UN of wine He wns no doubt tbe first specialist to treat inebriety nn the drink disease On another tomb Is the statement that the occupant hnd a house where persons who were mild from wine and beer could be protect ed This was practically the first In ebrlate asylum back at least 500 years ago- Another mummy was a favorite In the family of a drinking king Iii was court physician anti priest who boasted that by his efforts and skit he was able to keep the monarch from drink madness Numerous picture and inscriptions on the traps of the tombs give souse idea of the method of treatment for drink excess which appear to be that of nuking lobe Intoxicated persons Sonic of then pictures show persons being brought home by their slaves from the tern pie or banqueting hull and of forclnj fluids down the stomach through fun nels followed by vomiting also tin giving of enemas followed by purg- Ing In one instance till victim evi dcntly Intoxicated wits held ul while streams of water were pourer on his head and back Another pie ture shows a man covered with sonic robe From the openings in the foldi vapor Is escaping suggesting a steam bath probably made by rutting hot stones in water Opium inebriety undoubtedly tools Its origin back in the ancient Kgyp tian times Poppies were grown in tin valley of the Nile and its use for pro during sleep was known One of tin inscriptions calls ita bridge on which the soul passes over to the home ol the gods and then returns Poppy leaves were gathered nail made Into pillows upon which the head rested the odors of which caused stupor and steep One inscription calls the pop py a flower of the gods given to pro duce rest and quietness Another ref erence calls it the gateway to the other world It was probably used for its sleep producing effects al though one inscription on the tomb of n priest calls it a very dangerous flower the juice of which dries up the minor of the body Another nt crip lion speaks of its effect on the vision and describes a king will slept con tinuously for ninny years anti who sight was much impaired He used the limited leaves and buds of the pop pies mixed up with the wine he drank About the sane remedies maid means were used to make the victim sober 01 in Egypt and some of the bricks give bills of charges for services run lered on such occasions hashing cold water over the victim and whipping him with brushes was a common remedy One king seems to have made nn offer of great preferment nnd large sums of money to the courtiers who would abstain from spirits A certain prince took the prize and soon after ecame Intoxicated The king ordered its instant death and gave his opln on that such n man was unfit to live Jn another occasion a prince took some borrowed funds and made leltSt to his friends In which they all became intoxicated The whole par ly were executed by the king On me of the bricks Is the very familiar latement which we have heard so much of lately that a certain priest mad discovered n medicine for drink nadness which he would sell for a ertain sum of money to anyone Evi dently the specific discoveries have ecu antedated by several thousand rears and probably in further re icarrheK we shall find this specific remedy which was sold for money in hose early days Numerous refer nees am made to kings who became ls pited and were killed by their rivals A noted priest anti physician vas said to hove given a certain Inon arch a drug which enabled him to Irlnk only so iniitjh without being In loxlcated so tint he was never over onie by his enemies In a stupid state This Incident materlalled in the eeently advertised remedy by which the can drink In moderation and never he Intoxicated but like the old Baby onlan remedy It Is a secret and re julreh a large consideration to obtain It Babylon was more of n commer llnl nation than Egypt and so far the ilMnry from the cuneiform characters the bricks leave reference to bar rains and sales of property with only neldentnl muitlon of wine and its those There were saloons or places for the stile of wines In ancient Haby on and the keepers paid taxes on hem find men who drank to excess acre punished bywhipping or made laves The bricks from the ruins if Chaldea curl the rolls and turnip Inns from the tombs of Egypt are ac cumulating very rapidly and years willllnpFI before they ran be nil rend tad tabulated Prone the present very riigincntary accounts and broken tatements of lift mud times In these- tld civilizations It evident that aleo hol and the Injuries following its ex cessive use were very vital subjects and it is not Improbable that ninny of mr present efforts to check ilnd cor ret this evil are mere repetitions of ivhat was done ages ago Verily here nothing new under the sun Dr T D Crothen wj j THE SUNDAY SCHOO- Lbsoa In the Intrrnnllnnnl 5eele- for Joae xi limnlnul- Cburir to Timothy TH1 LESSON TEXT C Tim 3141T IIS It But continue thou In the tMoal whIch thou hut learned and host been assure of knowing of whom thou hast learn them And that from a child thou but known the Holy Scriptures which are able to make thee wise unto salvation throus faith which Is In Christ Jesus R Ul Scripture U given by In plratloi of God and Is profitable for doctrine for reproof for correction for Instruction In righteousness That the man of God may be perfect thoroughly furnished unto all good works charge thee therefore before God sad the Lord Jesus Christ Who thai judge the quick and the dead at ills ap pearlng and Jill Kingdom Ireach the word be Instant In 1ot- 4Ion out of season reprove rebuke exhor with all lonnuRerlnf and doctrine J For the time will come when thy will not endure sound doctrine but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers having Itching ears 4 And they shall turn away their tanfrom the truth and shall be turned unto tablet 6 Hut watch thou In all things endue aflllctlon do tin work of an evangelist make full proof of thy ministry i for I am now ready to be offered and the time of my departure It at hand have fought a good light I have fin lihed my course I have kept the faith Henceforth there It laid up for me a crown of righteousness which the Lord the righteous judge shall give me at that day and not to me only but unto nil then appearingmO1URS laid up hot mr a crown of rlBlitroune Tins 4lM OUTLINE OF SCIUITUHE SECTION Abiding In the ScripturesTlm3u17 rrcaclilnif the ordTlm 116 Awalllng the crown 3 TIm TIME Spring of A D bILuVCtJIlomo NOTES AND COMMENTS It Is not the soldier who knows only the barracks and parade ground who takes the most satisfaction it his military career but the one win has been in bitter battles and upon toilsome marches 1aul had the ex perience of the fighting soldier HI life was menaced with plots he was beset by mobs dragged before lung istraten scourged Imprisoned stoned and endured hardships both by sea and land 1IU llnal words were those of an exulting conqueror To feel as he did when expecting to die bj the sword one must be able to say with him I have fought the goal fight and I have finished the course I have kept the faith The story of the book of Acts breaks off suddenly leaving Paul ir prison The fact of his later life an very uncertain Many scholars believe that he was executed at the close ol the imprisonment of the last lesson and that the second letter to Time thy was written within a few weeks of that to his old friends at Ihlllpp studied January 11 Most however think that Paul was released and hail complete freedom for five or six years was arrested a second time condemned and beheaded and that It was during this second imprisonment and just before the hunt trial that this letter to Timothy was written The letter is studied here as giving us the last word from the great apostle It is IL Itishop Ugh t fool has said l1ulI last will and testa ment Knowing of whom thou host learned them A Christian mother and grandmother 15 And that from a babe The training of the Jewish children In the Old Testament Scriptures began at the age of five The sacred writings That is the different books of what we call the Old Testament Make thee wise unto salvation through faiths which Is in Christ Jesus Iaul claimed that the Old Testament pointed men clear ly and distinctly to Christ Jesus the Jews Messiah and the world Saviour Every Scripture In the SO places where this word recurs in the New Testament it means the Old Testament It P Horton Inspired of God The revised version gives the correct reading The old version that all Scripture Is given by inspira ion whilq true Li not the correct rendering of this passage Every Qodlnaplred Scripture and Paul was unquestionably thinking of the sacred writings of the Hebrews when he spoke is profitable for teaching etc Furnished completely unto every good work The knowledge of God and His gradual revelation of Himself and Ills will to mien found in the Old Testament is says Paul a very important part of the spiritual equipment of the man of God I charge thee A solemn charge from the aged apostle to the young Christian just at the beginning of isle work The Word The Gospel truth of salvation from sin through Christ In neaaon out of season That is all the time For the time will conic It hail probably begun when Paul wrote Having itching ears Listening not for the sake of profiting by the Gospel truth but for diversion or amusement following religious fads The world Is still ftill of those who are ready to run after the newest counterfeit religion Suf fer hardship The experience of Paul had shown him that the life of the missionary pastor wait not an easy one An evungejlst One who Evangelizes that p reaches the Gos pel PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS Punishment is not persecution We should abide in the tmths that ire have learned knowing of Whom we learned them nutated mothers etc Fortunate IK that ono who has known the Scriptures from a babel They wllterer light ones pathway The Scripture are not for comfort merely but to flulpone for work for Uod and for team There is still such a need of work urn To accomplish much we should work in season gajcof season i KIN WHO ARE TALKED ABOUT Edgar Wallace Conable of Colorado Springs Col has purchased 8000 acres of timber land In Denton county Ark where he will found a vegetarian colony Frank Tames and Cole Younger the exbandits who have been touring Kansas and MlHsouri with a wild west show of which they were supposed to be the proprietors were nrrrstec the other day for running a giant bling game In connection with tin show At the hearing it developed that they were salaried employes of the real owner of the enterprise bear ing their name In chronicling the marriage of Mr Vanderbilt and Mrs Rutherford In London M A P T OConnors paper says The ndddle aged million sire looked a quietly happy bridegroom and was dressed as accurately as the smartest wedding would have necessitated The marriage was sol rmnird at an unusually early hour lOll M A P sdde Seldom has an American millionaire been married with such an utter leek of oMcnta tlon seldom have an English duke and duchess attended bridal function so small and early seldom has smart St Pauls North Atodlcy street witnessed a ceremony so severely unadorned Russell Sage is going to move from the modest little house In Fifth ave nue Xew York where be line lived lor- I years He can no longer stand for his neighbors First some one put a candy store next door to him Then another store was established on the other side At the rear of the candy store Is an Immense fate designed to cool the ice cream parlor This fan Irhbt next to three of the windows of his diningroom Tic noise it makes Is deafening On the Fortyecond street side there Is n smoking parlor nail as Mrs Sage detests the smell of tobacco she com pelled to keep her window closed So they are going to move to the now de tcrtrd mansion of the late Charlen Hroadway Hours On one side lives Henry Clews on the other Ogden Mills HAVE SEEN MANY YEARS Ernest lgouve who recently eel ebrated his ninetyseventh birthday was asked to what he attributed his long life and good health Xo cares no ennui no sorrows thatll one rca son of my good health he replied Hut that Is not enough The body must lie kept elastic and for this rea son we must walk play billiards and alone nil fence Por me fencing Is the idenlexercise Six ShatTer brothers tons of John Shaffer of Highland county O were photographed in n group at HIIU borough n a few days ago The oldest SO years of age and the youngest 74 Their united ages amount to 450 years Their fathers children numbered 13 anti the chil dren of these six brothers respective ly eleven eight nine thirteen twelve and five giving the list In the order of the fnthereages lluxscll Sage Is in hula olghtyninth year and Is generally referred to all n veteran financier but Kdwurd Wesley a trader In the New York stock market Is his senior by four years In the matter of age nnd line been nearlya quarter of a century longer on change Mr Wenley be gnu speculating when only nine years of age his first venture being In pins when he made a profit of about a dol lar From that day to this he has made hula living as n speculator Five days In the week he h a regular In at tendance in Wall street nnd until re centlywhen rheumatism began to bother him he never was III a day In his life- SPEAKING IN SUPERLATIVES Paris line the biggest debt of any city In the world It amounts to iSO 100000 The hardest wood in common line Is not ebony but cocus The latter U much used for making flutes Hall Calnc locates the scene of the Bravest deed with which he Is ac quainted at the Vatican This hero of the Incident In question he writes was that venerable nnnogeiiarlan Pope Leo XIII who on the occasion of our first Interview actually con fessed that he hod never read ono of books The most literary monarch In Bu rope In without doubt the young Vie tor Emmanuel of Italy He knows English French and German equally ns well as his native language and has liven a reading acquaintance with that very difficult language Ilusklan He upends at least three hours every day In his study busy with current litera ture of every kind He is sold to pre far the monthly reviews to dally jour nnlll but however thin may be It Is quite certain that no monarch alive keeps himself more thoroughly posted In all questions of the day He has more thou once astonished English vis items by hale Intimate acquaintance with the Intricacies of their party polities and social questions In which he In better read than many members of the llritlsh parliament WHAT SCIENTISTS TELL US Jupiter has 4500 eclipses of Its varl DUll moons in one of Its years Coral reef grow very slowly Hell irln the German scientist says at tune rate of one foot in 100000 year There arc 62157 varieties of fungi tow catalogued Of these 4000 have been added In the past three years One hundred and sixteen different varieties of tulip are under cultlvotloll In a Lincolnshire bulb growers garden Fish have no eyelid They do not require them se their eyes lire con stand washed by the water in which they swim i Berea College irf Founded 1856 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL- Over i 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 2t States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS 01 Applied Science Two eall Course with agriculture for young nen and Domestic Science for young Ladiea Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal Cournos For Teachers Threo courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and for lirA College Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure ate degrees Music Choral fuse lleod Organ Vocal Piano Theory We am here to help alt who will help themselves toward a Christina edu cation Our instruction is a true gift Students pay n small incidental fee to moot expenses of the school apart front instruction and must also pay for board in advance Kxpennes for term 115 Week relay be brought with UIOO about SIr to bo paid in advance The School is endorsed by Baptists Ckristians Disciple 2ongreflatiou alittts Methodists Presbyterians and good people of nil denominations IM INWRIU1I01 tU IICNOLV Htnu lkt StCttf WILL C OAMBlE Bcrea Madison County Ky More Weber Wagons learn been sold in Botivi this year thAn ever before of auy wagon in the name length of time WEBER is King ofall BICKNELL EARLY Sole Agts i I Madison County Roller Mills 11 LId 1l1 Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour t Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc GOLD DUST Roller Floor will betiOur hard to beat i i PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour 144W144L I I Potts DuersonIt Whites Station Ky NH HNN HNNHNHN Hw H NHN NHHM nhu THEODORE JR IBS HEN of Dentistry University of IoContnl YIIIII vii Court IS Cincinnati will stand my Duroc Jersey loar at my home in Berea Ky for the spring season of 1903 at 60 cents payable at time of service This boar is very fine hog gave entire during the put season and Is endorsed by some of the best breeders in the county and has served in the herd of J W Herndon EARLYOUAltANrEEU nunnu I Kyreen I DISTANCE PHONE NO ILOllCut Flowers and Designs lPlants Prop J Ohio College- of Dental Surgery e Dcpiitnunt Cincinnati O 1 rogieterOlII a satisfaction REICHSPFARR This College was organized in 1815 and thei58th Annual Session begins about October lOttl Three sessions of seven months each are required for graduation This is the first Dental established in the West It is coeduca ineetructorsadapted to the requirements of modern dental Oplonaltion are also given fSTFor further information and announce meat address H H SMITH D D S Dean 1 IfGarfield Place Cincinnati OlIo The Trouble on the Torolito BY FRANCIS LYNDE Copjrtjbl IJM t r rruelt Lnd J ciiArriiii i ANC1UH TUB K1H8T It was a crystalline evening of Sort iinpaintnblc In nay poor word pigment of mine an evening vibrant with the hariuonlis of the altitudes nllogetherindescrlbnble never looked upon the soulquelling glories of n Colorado mountain HUH art Mnciheron had propped me with two bearskins and a spare poncho on the squared lug which served as- a dnorHtone for the ranch rouse and had given me the fieldKins wherewith to aniline myself It was my first same gllmpsi of the ulicl toed upland valley watered by the Torolito Three days before when MacphcrMon had brought me up from Fort Cowan swathed In blankets and ladled lengthwise on his buckboard I hail been too ill to know or taro greatly shut the whence or whither It was n stockman paradise the 1i ark Ilkr little valley shut In by lofty inountaliiH and from the hearing swell crested by the ranch buildings and corral the metes ami bounds of MncplierMinn small kingdom were well within eyp sweep Knstwnrd no more than title shot from the homo rnnah a black gash In Gringo moun tain marked the portal of Six Mlle canyon the only gateway to lice par adise and front thence the Inclosing ranges diverged to meet ngnlit In the ktiow colfid summit of Jims peak at the head of the valley The X bar 7 men with the exception of the inlldMtiniiiiercd desperado who cooked for us were still out and Mncpher son sat beside me naming the nilghtl rutxtes In their order and pointing them out with the stem of his black rutty pipe When I lowered the field gins ii In sheer weariness IIR told me about the single fly In his pot of oint Inept Now It may chance that when one has given hostages to death patio rnmlcsiiimtsnnd friendly confidences may become alike merr flotsam and jetsam on the ebbing tideway of time but Macpherson wns too good a follow to be flouted In his time of nuking Wherefore when lie had Wade an end I vna fain to put n HtUe life galvanic or otherwise Into the moribund body of human Into cal Then you think this land company will ultimately drive you out of the Torolito said Sure Its only n question of time if the syndicate once gets hold The stock ralsor is like the Indian he must move on when the farmer cornea The0 relentless march of rirllln tlon and all that ch quoth I lying in wait to spring upon him r t Yes its the survival of the fit text suppose A near hnnd view of eternity Is Mibvorslvc of tinny theories aid I limited out In finn scorn What iin Infernal lot of cant we eau swallow when fts sugarcoated with the Ipic dlxlt of the theorists Why dont you call timings by their right names and say that when the ittrong man comes the weak have to rime him the 1111 You drove tip lucre fire years ago when everybody anlel that the first winter in this alti tude would cost you every hoof you owned You proved the contrary anti now when youve set up your little kingdom In one of the waste places of the earth a lot of capital isU cone along and Invite you to abdicate Id see them hanged first Macpherson node n dumb show of pptaiite He is a latterday re Tiide ccneo of the physicallyfit he roes of the Homeric age with square hquldcrs and legs like posts n inn who cnn bend nail In his hart hands anil who has never found the bottom of his well of strength but he has laughing brown eyes with a woman ish tenderness in them eyes that may glow with righteous Indigna tlon but which know not vindictiveness Oh you be damned he said af fectlonatcly What would you do Id be governed by circumstances and fight for my own to the last gasp You can do that ns well as another cant you He took time to think about It I dont know If Setter would stand by me Who Is Seller As I have said it was only my third day In the Toro lito and the fleet two had been spent In the spare bunk of the ranch house Ill have to begin back bit to account for him Three years ago a rnltlrtrnpof apralrie schooner but say youre sick anti I dont ISWant to bore you with folklore z Go on Im three planetary orbits beyond tho boring point Are you Well ns I was going to say 1 slackly old schooner drifted up SIxMlli canyon and Into the park Jake Seller was Its skipper and time crew consisted of a wife a half Iron daughter mind n flock of little ones They were homesteaders look log for a bit of prairie with n stream e convenient which could be dammed and ditched and the old man drove up to ask me what I thought of the Torolito from the point of view of potatoes and the small grains Now I submit that anyone save AngiiB Mncphernon would have di fined at once that this was the en torlwf dqe of a wedge which would ultimately split him in twain and I said as much You should have told him the alt tude was prohibitory but I suppose you didnt- Macpherson grinned No I hove my weaknesses same ns other peo ple I was the king of the Torolito as you have remarked but I hind only lime XbarX men for subjects and I was lonesome for a sight of women and children You dont know what that means now but you nay some time I piloted the schooner to the head of the valley helped Seller stake up his claim took the boys up one day and knocked him up a cabin and another and built him a dam and there he was a fixture Of course Go on Well the potatoes were a success That summer Seller got word to some of ills old neighbors In Tennes see and more prairie schooners came up Six Mile We built a bigger dnpt and dug a longer ditch nnd in the course of time the settlement at Valley Head named Itself and built a schoolhouse The crimson nnd gold In time sky fire orer the shoulder of Urns peak faded to fawndun and ashes of roses and I waited for Macpherson to drive on When It became evident that he had stopped at the schoolhouse I gave a tug at the halter That accounts for Setter but you havent told me how he figures In tXe syndicate matter I should think he and Ids neighbors would be a unit with you In trying to keep the land grabbers out You would think so Theyll be between the upper and nether mill stones if time big company ever gets control of the water lint human nature Is pretty much the same the world over shortsighted and easily fooled The promoters tell the set tiers that the big ditch will jump their land from nothing to 100 an acre and so It would If they could contrive to hold on to their own waterright Why cant they I hail been born foruinoder and the mutter rains fall not nnd Irrigation is unknown Because the syndicate is too sharp to take chances It must control the water absolutely nnd exclusively In order to make time scheme successful As the first homesteader to prove up on his claim Setter has the prior right to the water much or little owns the present ditch In fact in fee simple So long ns he stands in tint way the moneypeople will do nothing but talk but Im afraid ira BAUT KILOOIIK theyre talking to some purpose It Setter sells that settles It Cant you buy him out and holt the whip in your own hands I thought I could at time time but latterly lies been dodging me just why I dont know Perhaps the syndicate has overbid youIve thought of that but In that case youd think Setter would whip saw back nnd forth between us lie Is on avaricious old sinner I remembered the lmlf grown daughter wholegrown doubtless by this time and looked askance at the handsome young athlete whose guest I was Family coolness all around I queried feeling my way Macpherson was bronzed and sun burned like any son of the wilderness but 1 saw the red blood go to hie face Blest if I dont believe youve hit It Since the school mim5un come but thats another story Out with it said I Deal men tell no tales and Im as good at dead you know The halt jest went nearer to the loving heart of him than I meant it shouldDrop that old man he sold with a hand on my shoulder It hurts me and It doesnt do you any good You must believe that this clean air and the outdoor life are going to make n man of you again Not in n hundred years Angus my boy Ive put it off too long But toll me the storythe other story What has the schoolmaam to do with it- Macpherson Is Scotch only in sofas Ills manner of attacking a thing it more like that of aq English trooper charging a masked battery with UM odds agalnit him The school maam isnt to blame a he made haste to say She is un angel pure and simple and as I happen to know she has been vy- Ing all along to make peace But since she came the Setters have been- ofllshmulish Is the better word and for no reason on top of earth that I can understand I smiled In my beard When an angel pure and simple Is set over against any daughter of the soil tudcs a callus belli with a handsome young athlete like my friend Is not far to seek You used to visit the Seller pret ty often along at the first I ven lured Why yes we were neighborly Gave the daughter a pony let us My and taught her how to ride Macpherson laughed Now how the mischief did you know that If had lived a century or so ago your ancestors would hate said that I wall fey and had the dying mans gift of second sight limit never mind that You made yourself agreeable to the Tennessee girl gave her the pony and went agtilloji with her and nil that But when the angel pure and simple came He threw up his hands Let up on that old moan he said with n little laugh embarrassment Im no womans man wasnt in the old high- flying college days If you happen to remember Ive been nn more than decently civil to Nancy Seller and as for Miss Sanborn Tim Interruption was a scurrying duet cloud whirling up from the portal of SixMile canyon a cloud which presently resolved Itself Into a horseman riding us if for life Maclherson picked up the field glass and focused It Its Hart Kllgore coming back from his regular afterpayday spree at Fort Cowan hi said lust lean back against the doorjamb and hold your breath when he gets here I shall linri to give him the usual cussing out you know- CIf1lTElt U- TilE INVADERS I obeyed orders literally leaning back and closing my eyes when theI duktbegrlmed raiigerfllcr galloped up timid swung out of the saddle lime Kllgore proved to be a bearer of lid hugs amid when he had opened his budget the breach of ranct discipline and Its merited outcumlng were alike forgotten Youre sure you know what you are talking about hart said Mac phcrMin eying Ids man suspiciously You know Ive a good right to doubtful of anything you say you lIeeI or hear at time fort after payday Thn scourge of dumb brutes gflnued and turned his pockets In side out I reckon that culls the turn Cnpn Mac six tunes In the after P dozen but Im jugproof this evcnlii no dust no drlnV An Im glvlnJt to you straight Ther aint no of n bulk on It this time Sellers sold us out lock stock anti barrel The deals done dealt papers signed gradln outfit ou the wayand the in ginecrs ncomtn up the canyon this Identical minute tepees tele scopes barberpoles nnd nil A faraway look came into Mac phcrsons eyes and the pipe between his teeth began to go up and down In a way that swept me back through a decade to a stuffy little college dormitory with n big litnbed young son of Amk sitting across the table from me hammering away at his mathematics Who is it Bartthe English men I reckon And theyre on the way in now you say YepI that settles It said Mac pherson halt absently We might as well round up and drive over the rangeIlls seeming reluctance to fight for ids own nettled me past endurance Youll do nothing of the sort if can help It I cut in Youre going to contest tills thing from start to finish nnd when your moneys gone you can have mlllrIHe shook his head Its no use I can give and take with the next fel low when Its worth while but Jd have to go In the end These people are well within their lawful rights if theyve bought Setters ditch and Ilm only n squatter Law be Jiangedl youve right and possession And In the lost resort you can at least make them pay you togoKnowing Macpherson as I did 1 should have said that he was the last man In the world to take the sen timental point of view In any matter of business but surprises lie In wait for one nt every turn in this vale of incertitude If it were only a question of profit and toss I shouldnt mind he said But its just as you said awhile back Ive been the Mncphcrson of upontekingdomI promptly into lime with the sentimental point cf view and spoke to the matter in and Put it upon any ground you please but dont give up without trying a fall or two with them Ill back you ns I promised you might all well have the patrimony as tho charitypeople who will scramble over it after Im gone We can home stead a quarter aection or two in their line of ditch for a beginning and pull down a few injunctions on them if they try to cross Im far enough past qualifying rind going Into court for you but I can be your consulting attorney while I last Ho shook his head again ns one whose mind is male up It wouldnt do nr goad There Uat a ghost of show for us In any legal fight U would be your bit of money and mine against million Kilgore took the liortbnrrele rifle from Its sting under his saddle flap and flicked the dust from it with lain soft hat He had a trick gf look ing tired and sleepy upon occasion and at such times as I afterward learned those who knew him bat watched his pistolhand To Us Continued WIT WEIGHED WITH WISDO- Mac HrlKht fltorlr N thr Late Blb em atiihb of Oxford tnl SnltF Among the clergy generally snyi n writer In the London Spectator the late Bishop KtubbM of Oxford was perhaps best known for his wit which was brilliant without being ill natured and of a heartenlnrt quality When some gloomy soil clime burdened with parochial troibles the bishop Invariably sent him home with n smile on his face and a lighter heart Bishop Stubbs even fumbled wittily lie was not willing to bft sawed from Chester to Oxford and he said ni tie left time chapter house I am like Homer I sufTti from translationsIn diocese II wellJMeaning but rather tactless archdeacon con tinually informed him of what un der similar circumstances hit prede cessor Bishop Samuel WilUirforce would have Tone At last he saide Archdeacon yotr remind ale ot the Witch of Kndor for you ire not contented unless your raise ths ghost of Samuel At n prizegiving which he tttcnd cd at a school in Oxforl alter lilt fame as a historian was nssuicd time head master expressed his great sense of Indebtedness ILl only looped that time fulfilment of such en gagements did not so intrude on the bishops leisure as to diminish the prospect of his publishing another great book The bishop in acknowledging the kindly tribute said that far from writing books he scarcely hud tlllle to open a book When I snit that ho added there Is one bcol which as n bishop I must study I need hardly say that the book to nrhlch I refer here a stillness fell on the audience is Uradshaw There was a ripple of laughter at his mentioning the Ilaitivny GIIIeI everybody had expected him to say the IIIble rBishop Stubbs was a firm friend and knew defendrhis friends utanchly and wittily Some one said to him Theres that bishop of Manches ter If there is a stone wall ho runs his head against s much the worse for the stone wall retorted Illshop Stubbs and that closed the conversation All Mossulmann Secure Convert Europeans habitually forget that every Mussulman is more or less n missionary that Is he Intensely desires to secure converts from nor Mussulman people Such converts not only increase his own chance of heaven but theyviii swell his own faction his own army his own meats of conquering governing avid taxing the remainder of mankind All tie emotions which impel a Christian to proselyte arc In a Muusulma strengthened by all the motives wtjcl impel a political leader and all the motives which sway a recruiting ler geant until proselytism has become a passion which wherever surces seems practicable std especially sue ceu on a large scale develcpi In the quietest Mussulman a fury cf ardo which Induces him to break down every obstacle his own strongrs prejudices Included rather thin stand for an Instant in a neophytus way He welcomes hits as a son cnd what ever his own lineage whether the con vert be negro or China man or In dian or even European hn will with out hesitation or scruple tlre him his own child in marriage and admit him fully frankly and finally into the most exclusive society ir the world From The Brown Man MTownsend Srnrlnit the Shepherds There Is an Irrepremlble satisfaction in finding that t great philosi pher is in the innocent ways of life very much like other men Marcus Au relit Atitoulus whose Medtta lions have been the guide of think ers for centuries wrote some exceed ingly human letter to his friend and teacher Marcus Cornelius Fronto One of them contains the following spice of boyish tun When my father returned home from the vineyards I mounted my horse as usual and roll II on almond sonic little way Well there on the road was a herd of sheep standing all crowded together ns if the place were a desert with four dogs nnd two Khepherds but nothing else Then one shepherd said to another shepherd jn seeing a number of horsdinen I say look at those horsemen They do A deal of robbery When heard this 1 clap spurs to my harry aid ride straight for the sheep In consternation the sheep scatter Hither and thither they are fleeting1 and bleating A shepherd thrown his fork nnd the fork falls on tll1 horseman who comes next to me l1 i make our escape A UUtlnrllnn- Sou What Is the difference between an investment and a speculation Father When you put up the money for yourself its a speculation but when a friend advises you to put it up its an investment Town aid Coui try When Blood Doet Ten Blood never tells mush whe it meet a poor rdlatloarOhtcgl Dailjr Ntwa L TASK OF SCIENTISTS Astronomers of England and France Looking for Fraction of Time OBrMite + nth ft f a 5rrad re MIIR and the Vlq Mtrr spendtug Mmrft Time mi4 Thought Over the Mailer If one grain of sand on the shore of the ocean were lost and dentists were to spend years in trying to find itthey would be attempting a task rearm IlldlngnlltronIo a second Is missing and no one can tell where it has gone Jet ween the suns time IIR recorded at Greenwich and as understood nt Paris there is that brief seeminglyuniniportantdhvcrepan cy Xo expense Is being spared to trace the musing fraction A special building has becif erect eclat ParlseoMly itrnmenU installed a corps of math einntfclans engugedand a process that may take years to complete hnnheoi commenced The Inaccuracy Is inure important than will appear to the lay mind Longitude is calculated on the basis of Orernwich time It deter mines the boundaries of many conn tries A slight vnrlatton of time may change the nationality thousnndsnf people The pursuit of the missing fraction of n second fs therefore of worldwide Importance When It it found not a grain of the sands of time will be missing SALEM RELICS NOW DOUBTED SnCnllril Olif First Church Star Be Itrpurled for Condemnation kr Committee of Inquiry Oncof the most noted of historic rel ice of Salem Is about to disappear The building is the little old First church meeting house in the rear of tV Kftftex institute which has been preserved with so much care for almost half a century For generations thousands of pilgrims to the lust one shrines of Salem have sought out tills little edifice The special committee of the Essex Institute members will soon make Its report to the directors on the nut hen licitof the building White the committee hns not made public its findings it is known that It will report that It has been unable to find that the claim as to the building being the identical old First church hns nay firm foundation but on tile contrary that the evidence is decidedlj adverse ILLINOIS NEW BABIES l tatisltcs for tttf Year ll 02 Sims 27 347 nirtti In the City of CMrngo Alnnr Time state board o health of JIll nols has compiled statistics on the reports of births in Illinois in time year 1902 The summary shows that a total of 7GCOS births occurred In that period Of time foregoing 3SC71 were males 37325 females and the sex of in2 wits not stated In time reports to tin authorities There were reported also 572 twin births 15 triplets and 1707 still births In the city of Chicago births an reported by many physicians to the department of health instead of the county clerk It Is reasonable to presume that but few of these physi clans made duplicate reports The records of the department of health show that 27347 births occurred In Chicago during 1902- MARKET REPORT Cincinnati June 15 Extra 6 09 02gCALVESExtra HOOS Ch packers 6 10 0 Mixed packers 6 85 0 6 10 SHEEP Clipped 4 10 0 4 25 LAI SExtra 7 00 0 7 25 FLOURSpring pat 4 15 4 45 WHEAT No 2 red 0 79 No 3 winter 0 764 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 51 OATSNo 2 mixed 0 39V RYENo2 0 59 HAYCh timothy 018 26 PORKClear family 019 16 LARDSteam 0 8 STY BUTTERCh dairy It Choice creamery 23 APPLES Fancy S 50 0 3 76 POTATOESNew 3 75 0 4 00 TOBACCONow 4 50 011 75 Old 600 0 910 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 3 55 0 3 70 WHEATNo2 red 7576yNo 3 spring i 74 77 CORNNo 2 mixed 48048sOATSNo2 mixed 0 38Y RyENo2 0 61 PORK Mess 16 8717 00 LARDSteam 875 0 880 x New York FLOUR Win stjts 3 65 3 75 WHEATNo 2 red 0 84 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 6- 7OATSNo2 mixed 0 41 RYEWestern 0 59 PORK Family 18 25 018 50 LARDSteam 0 9 16 Baltimore WHEATNo 2 red 0 7- 8CORNNo2 4 mixed 0 5- 4OATSNo3 mixed 0 38 CATTLEButchers 5 20 0 5 35 HOGS Western 0 6 65 Loulsvlllt WHEATNo 2 red O 78 CORNNo 3 mixed 0 62V OATSNo 3 mixed 0 36 PORK Mess 17 LARDSteam 975 Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 red 78 t 781- jCORNNo 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Dyspepsia Cure is the remedy that every one should take when there is any thing wrong with the stomach There ie 110 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 will let down and disease will set up Net appetite loss of strength nervous ness headache constipation ball breath sour rising rifting indigeat tion dyspepsia and all stomach troub lea are quickly cured by the use olR Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Sold by East End Drug Cod Regal ShoesW- atch and clock repairing are tha specialties of Williams shop Agency I L uiiry r Take all your troubles to him Work guaranteed 1 EARLY RISERS TIE raHMlS LITTLE nitS 1 tBiliousnessf J For quick relief from Sick Headache Torpld Uver Jaun e dice Dizziness and all troubles arts lag from an Inactive or lufpbh liver DeWltfs Uttle Early Risers are un equalled They act promptly and never gripe They are so dainty that It Is a pleasure ta take them One to two act as a mild laxative two or four act as a pleasant and effective cathartic They are purely vegetable and absolutelyharmless They tonic the liver- TOulHALLIIANSOttiTlit rUPLuo CK IDWttS C Chlcstrf rr a THE CITIZEN J The Courage to face Ingratitude People Who Look at Gratitude ala Protective Tariff on Virtue M a i7Jy WILLIAM GEORGE JORDAN The Power of Truth Published by Brentenoa tfromXGIIATITUDE the most popular sin of liunnuiltv Is forgetfulness II I of the heart It In the revolatloi of the emptiness of pretended loy nlty The individual who possess j rCsit finds It the shortest cut to all the other vices- Ingratitude Is a crime more desplca ble than revenge which Is only return lag evil for evil while Ingratitude returns evil for good People who an ungrateful rarely forgive you If you do them a good turn Their ilcro Keopic hearts resent the humiliation ol having been helped by a superior anti this rankling feeling filtering through their potty natures often ends In hate and treachery Gratitude Is thankfulness expressed g In action It Is the instinctive radia J z lion of Justice giving new life and en orgy to the Individual from whom It emanates It Is the hearts recognition of kindness that the lips cannot repay Gratitude never counts Its payments It realizes that no debt of kindness can ever be outlawed ever be canceled 1everpaid In full Gratitude ever feels the Insignificance of Its installments Ingratitude the nothingness of the r debt Gratitude Is the Ilowering of a v seed of kindness Ingratitude Is the dead Inactivity of a seed dropped on a stone The expectation of gratitude is her mon the rising superior to Ingratitude Is almost divine To desire recognition of our acts of kindness and to hunger for appreciation and the simple Justice of a return of good for good Is natural Hut mina never rises to the dignity of true living until he has the courage that dares to face Ingratitude calmly and to pursue his course unchanged when his good works meet with thank lessness or disdain Man should have only one court of appeals as to his actions not What will be the result lIow will It be re celved but Is It right Then he 1should live his life In harmony with this alone serenely brave ly loyally and unfalteringly tanking right for rights sake both his Ideal and his Inspiration Man should not be an automatic gas k machine cleverly contrived to release u given quantity of Illumination un der the stimulus of a nickel lIe should be like the great sun Itself o which ever radiates light warmth life and power because It cannot help doing so because these qualities fill T 1 1the heart of the sun and for It to have means it must give them It Is hard to see those who have sat nt our board In the days of our pros It perlty flee as from a pestilence when misfortune darkens our doorway to see the loyalty upon which we would love staked our life that seemed firm as a rock crack and splinter like thin glass at the first real test to know that the fire of friendship at which we could ever warm our hands In our hour of need has turned to cold dead gray IInshes where warmth Is but a haunting memory To realize that he who once lived In the sanctuary of our affection in the frank confidence where conversation seemed but our soliloquy and to whom our alms and aspirations have been r1 thrown open with no Bluebeard cham poit1and undermining us by his lies and treachery is hard indeed But no mot ter how the ingratitude stings us we should Just swallow the sob stifle the titear smile serenely and bravely seek r to forget In Justice to ourselves we should not permit the ingratitude of a few to Jmakeus condemn the whole world We pay too much tribute to a few human insects when we let their wrongdoing paralyze our faith in humanity It is n Ho of the cynics that says all men nro ungrateful a companion lie to all men have their price We must trusts rhumanity if we would get good from humanity I If a man receives a counterfeit dollar llhedoes not straightway lose his faith all money at least there are no such instances on record In this country It he has a run of three or four days of dull weather he does not say The sun ceases to exist There are surely no bright days to come in the whole calendar of time It a mans breakfast Is rendered an unpleasant memory of some item of food that has outlived its usefulness j he does not forswear eating It a mnn finds under a tree an apple with a sus plclotis looking hole on one side he does not condemn the whole orchard a heislmply confines his criticism to that apple But ho who has helped some I one who later did not pass a good ext amination on gratitude says in a voice plaintive with the consciousness of in Jury and with a nod of his head that implies the wisdom of Solomon I have had ray experience I have learn ed my lesson This Is the lust time I will have faith In any man I did this for him and that for him and now look at the result Then he unrolls a long schedule of favors carefully Itemized and added Ill till It seems the pay roll of a great city lie complains of the Injustice of one man yet he Is willing to bo unjust to the whole world making It bear the punishment of the wrong of an indi vidual There is too much vicarious Buffering already in this earth of ours without this lllllputiau attempt to ex t i i n tend it by syndicating one mans ing gratitude If one man drinks to ex cess It Is not absolute Justice to send the whole world to Jail The farmer does not expect every seed that he sows In hope and faith to fall on good ground and bring forth Its harvest he Is perfectly certain that this will not be so cannot be lie Is counting on the final outcome of many seeds on the harvest of all rather than on the harvest of one The more unselfish charitable and exalted the life and mission of the In dividual the larger will be the number of instances of ingratitude that must be met and vanquished The thirty years of Christs life was a tragedy c Ingratitude Ingratitude Is manifest in three degrees of intensity in the world he knew them all In number less bitter Instances The first phase time simplest and most common Is that of thoughtless thanklessness as was shown in the case of the ten lepers limited in ono day Nine departed without a word only one gave thanks The second phase of Ingratitude Is denial a positive sin not the mere negation of thanklessness This was ex emplified in Peter who In his selfish desire to stand well with two maids and some bystanders In the hour when he had the opportunity to be loyal to Christ forgot his friendship lost all thought of his Indebtedness to his Master and denied him not once or twice but three mes The third phase of Ingratitude is treachery where selfishness grows vin dictive as shown by Judas time boa ored treasurer of the little baud of thirteen whose Jealousy Ingratitude and thirty pieces of silver wade possl ble the tragedy of Calvary These three thanklessness denial and treacheryrun the gamut of In gratitude and the first leads to the second and the second prepares time way for the third We must ever tower high above deg pendence on human gratitude or we can do nothing really great nothing truly noble The expectation of grat itude Is the alloy of on otherwise vir tuous act It ever dulls the edge of even our best actions Most persons look at gratitude as a protective tariff on virtues The man who is weakened in well doing by the Ingratitude of oth ers Is serving God on a salary basis lie Is a hired soldier not a volunteer lie should be honest enough to see that he Is working for a reward Like a child he Is being good for a bonus He Is really regarding his kindness as moral stock he is willing to hold only so long as It pays dividends There is in such living always a touch of the pose it is waiting for the ap plause of the gallery We must let the consciousness of doing right of living up to our ideals be our reward or life will become to us but a series of fail ures sorrows and disappointments A Plea For Courtships After MarriageB- y WILLIAM GEORGE JORDAN o Human affection Is fed by signs and tokens of that affection Merely having kindly feelings is not enough they should be made manifest In action The parched earth is not refreshed by the mere fact of water in the clouds it is only when the blessing of rain actu ally descends that It awakens to new life Wo are so ready to say He knows how much I think of him and to assume that as a fitting substitute for expression We may know that the sun Is shining somewhere and still shiver for lack of Its glow and warmth Love should be constantly made evi dent in little acts of thoughtfulness words of sweetness end appreciation smiles and hand clasps of esteem It should be shown to be a loving reality instead of a memory by patience forbearance courtesy and kindness This theory of presumed confidence In the persistence of affection Is one of the sad pleases of married life We should have roses of love ever bloom- Ing ever breathing perfume instead of dried roses pressed in the family Bible merely for reference an a memorial of what was Instead of guarantee of what is Matrimony too often shuts the door of life and leaves sentiment consider ation and chivalry on the outside The feeling may possibly be still alive but It does not reveal Itself rightly Time rhymed poetry of loving has changed to blank verse anti later Into dull prose An the boy said of his fattier lies a Christian but hes not working much nt It now Love without manifesta tlon docs not feed the heart any more than a locked bread box feeds the body It does not illuminate and brighten the round of dally duties any more than an unlit lamp lightens a room There is often such a craving In the heart of a husband or a wife for ex pression in words of human love nail tenderness that they are welcomed no matter from what source they may come If there were more courtships after marriage the work of the divorce courts would be greatly lessened This realization Is often one of the timings that come too late From The Power of Truth Published by Brentauoi FIFTY YEARS Con from page 1 The opposition to tho church anti school because of its position in its position in this respect gradually dig iniuished Now families were con tinually coming in and Berea has boon gathering momentum As the school and churrh grow TO gladly turns l our foot for worship to the first collegochnpol high sound ing unmo for n poor structure Swing ing partitions used on weekdays for school purposes wero removed on Sundays to give room for tho wor shipping congregation Hut it she tered a motley congregation and wit reseed many scones of refreshing- At different times there would be some who would wish to draw oQ from the one church and make a little church by themselves Sometime it would be to form n colored church sometimes a Baptist or Methodist Almost all however felt that the strength of tho Boron church was in its unity The heart of Bro Fee was sot on unionJaml many will remember how strong and abundant were his sermons for its promotion Tho union of Christians to tho full est extent possible is in my mind one of tho three special things which this church has been called to labor and jyny for and to do this by prayer by mutual love by wise action towards all churches and especially those most contiguous as tho Irovidonce of God snakes practicable Prayer meetings are often the guoge of tho spirituality of the church and all the prayer meetings after the return of the exiles had a wondrous interest Those who attended them rarely went away without sense that tho Lord Himself had mot with thorn Brethren who prayed together could haidly fail to hAVe a largo measure ol brotherly love Tho church has always been active in mission work and might almost bo said to have been a church on horse back its ministers and so many of its members were so constantly in tho saddle holding Sunday schools and preaching in a large number of tho schoolhouses in Madison and contigu ous counties Soon after time restoration of time church came up the question of the use of an organ in church worship Time discussion continued for mutiny months and the organ was not used for a long time after the majority far ored its introduction for wo all hog lieved that harmony of feeling was more important than harmony of voice From the beginning a large number of students have been members jf tho church Our failures wero many If we had some love for each other in the local church there was a deplorable lack jf lovo for the church universal in all her members with but a feeble souse that all named with Christs name were really allbrethreu Though much was said of baptism and tho Lords Supper yet we had onra feeble sense of their significance and of Christs promise to como again and fill the would with blessing- I have sail too little of the services or our sisterhood who from tho he ginning have been as self denying and important to the work if not as conspicuous as those who stood in the forefront of the battln As tho years rolled on other help ers came until this day I have sup posed you wished me to speak of tho earlier times and oven of these I have said but little Wo aro glad to be fellow workers with you time And if our lot was to dig in the foundations we rejoice that it is yours to add story after story to the edifice We pray that what wo began in weakness you may carry ou in strength One thing I cannot pass by thankt living to God our Heavenly Father who has watched over this placo for good day and night for fifty years to save from destruction to lift us up when we wero ready to parish to cheer us when faint and weary and ready to despair Wo thank Him lot as a Ood afar off and ai unknown but as one who knows us and whom we know who loves us and whom we loveAs you know Berea and all who live hero are dear to me and I am doubly happy to be hero at this time And now in view of my calling and white hair I hope you will not deem it presumptuous or immodest if I bid you all Godspeed Godspeed you citizens and students who wore here at tho beginning Godspeed to you their children and grandchildren I bid you Godapoed who canto later to cheer and help 1 bid you God speed later professors and teachers and students and friends I am glad to know some of you anti wish I might know you all I bid you God L LJ speed tho ministers and pastors or this place and especially tho pastor of this church which so long has atoal- as a beacon light on this hill I bid you Godspeed whom it was my groat privilege to consecrate to the high otlico of tho Presidency or this College Vo prayed thou that you might not faint under tho bur duns which must necessarily rest up tlIwe BIY but which have been prccursera of far greater achievements than wo dreamed of May God bless us all and make us evermore of onu mind and ono heart dying Tho excitement in all parts of tho land on the subject of slavery was increasing and bleeding limn ass was sending forth her cry to tho world At Dripping Springs Crab Orchard and othor places Bro Fee was dragged from tho place of preaching and his life threatened This reign of terror reached n climax with tho mob nt tho Big Bond of the Kentucky River but tho courage of the Bcreans never failed It was in these days of darkness that Bro Pee wroto to me urging me to como from tho Northern part of the State whore I thou was to Berea In time previous year I had resigned my pastorate in a neighboring State to give myself to Homo missionary ed ucational word in Kastorn Kentucky I must not pause to describe thoso first services after my arrival13ravo as they wero few Kentucky men clar eel to come out to tho meetings of the Boron church but there wore great spiritual refreshings oven in those troublous times As assistant pastor I was not in agreement with Bro too on till points of Christian truth and many long disscussions were hold witch in no wise diminished our lovo or hindered our working together As pastors our heaviest trials were like those which almost broke tho heart of Paul when ho wrote all thoso in Asia have turned away from mo Dotims hath forsaken me having loved this present world But the success of tho school was such that in September 1858 it wits hylendingToo churches in Kentucky It was not an appendage of the church oriu any way amenable to it yet it was an outgrowth of tho work of Christian missions in Eastern Kentucky and de signed to supplement it and help it forward Tho glory of Berea has Icon that the church and college have gone on hand in hand in mutual love and helpfulness In tho fall of fit occurred the John Brown raid iu Virginia which stirred up great hostility against Bores mainly from those at a distance who know little of tho real spirit of tho place Tho prominent Bsrcaus were exiled front tho State but they de parted full of hope In the ultimate triumph of time church and the school In 18J2 an attempt was made to ro vivo the workwhich was interrupted by tho Confederate invasion of Ken tucky But the war was no sooner ended than Berea arose from her nflhe and her exiles camohomo When ive wont out wo road the XXXVII Psalm whoa wo came back we sang tho CXXVI Psalm Then was our mouth filled with laughter and our tongue with singing Tho Lord hath done great things for us whereof we gladThe of colored students to tho school created a fresh uproar Many students loft and for u time it seemed to tho shortsighted as if full ure must still be tho lot of Boroa But the leaders felt that they wore following their Master in kindness and courtesy to all and especially to tho meek and lowly They warned those who would expose themselves to tho awful rebuke of the Lordwhon He should say Inasmuch as ye have re fusel to open the door of knowledge to one of tho least of these my brethren ye have refused to open it to Mo So tho church has giveu ita testi many to the guilt and folly of the spirit of caste whether in India or Armenia in Turkey or Russia wheth er against pariahs or Jews black or white HHHJHMHHHHJHHJ The Groat Story The Trouble on the Torolito 1 by FRANCIS LYNDE begins in this number 1 1 1 Dont fail to read tho opening chapters You will j1 tensely interesting 1Ii1f +II11+IH+H II+ l WORTH REMEMBERING lion to Save Tour Life If Caught lu a Fire What persons should do It cut off from escape In to shut tile door of tin room In which they are mind make for thofioarest window wild Chief Swing Icy of the St Ixmls tire department to a New York World reporter The best way in to crawl There la always a space next time floor where the air good Smoke always rises I dont cart It n building Is plush with dense smoke a window can bo renilut by crawling and keeping time head clost to the floor- Persons should get on the outside ol the window The room may be Vital with lire limit It will take mime time before the lire reaches them Persons should watt until their clothes catch on lire before Jumping It Is almost sure death to jump Hurnlng buildings do tot fall Imme diately They are generally burning at least half an hour before they begin to fall Even If the building does begin to fall the portion where one la not fall Of course when portions nn placed In great danger minute seem like hours the engines gut to Urea In thu majority of cases within a few uiluute after the Miami been given Another thing that I am reminded of In the fart of how few person know the locution of fire alarm boxen near out to their residences and how to give an alarm Every one should familiarize himself with time location of the box and how to turn III an nlnrm lion t Mend Children Stocking Hugo hole In the stocking knee of children can be mended neatly and xavo the labor of darning or time actual throwing away of tho otherwlini good Mocking Out the hole right out mid Join time two pieces left with an over and over stitch on time wrong wide This will mnke a wain to bo sure but not unsightly snit they con then bo util ized fur second best lies to spilt Ill per PajHT can be split limit two or even Ihrvo parts however thin time sheets says UoiiHohold It may be conven lent to know how to do this nome limes on for Imttauco when ono wishes to paste In n scrapbook an article printed on both sides of the paler Out a plea of plate glow and plftco It on a she tat paler Then let time paper Iw thoroughly noukiil With rare nUll n little skill till shoot can bo split by tilt top Htirfftct luring removed Time tool plan however U to paste a plow of cloth or strong paper to each side of time sheet to bo split When dry quickly and without hesitation pull time two piece asunder when Olin part of the sheet will Ito found to have adhered to ono and part to the other Soften the paste In water and time plows can bo easily removed from time cloth Ilan In Iran n IUtrr Carl It is mild that time safest and Indeed tho only way to clean a plaster cast Is to cover It with fullers earth obtain able at any drug store amid flue dry whiting Wrap In a cloth and allow It to remain several days Theft brush the powder carefully aWRY much If not all of the dirt will bo found to disappear How lo llrnovate Chairs To renovate willow or rattan chairs that have become Rolled with ago nnd use wash off every bit of dust In nil the Interstices and with a soft long haled brush tint time entire surface with oak green stain iricnna or idcnua and van- dyke brown Thud must bll Bono with grvnt euro so as to cover every particle of the surface This treatment Is suit able for willow IMMIUHO It will mike stain but rattan which Is loss porous requires to bo pointed or channeled Whether stain or paint Is used varnish heightens tho luster saw to Mmk the Lip Rid To make your Iles roil wet the finger with scent mind rub It on the pips This makes them n lovely red After time perfume has dried touch them with cold cream Dont do this except for very special occasions It done often It makes limo lips hard and dry How lo Make n rose Jar Spread the rose leaves on a troy anti expose them to the sun or warm air until dry then lightly crumble them up small between the hands Add other dry odorous Ingredients to suit the taste such as guru benzoin root of calamus cassia buds musk seed orris root vanilla and sandalwood Add little of the csMctillal oil of ruses The continental perfumer usually nukes n basis of reindeer nose This powder will give out a delightful odor for a long time In a Jar und is also delicious tor sachets plow to Make Gasoline loft Soap Into eight gallons of boiling water slave half a pound of white soap stir until this Is dissolved then remove front tho fire and add a pint of gaso line Use hot but do not take the gas clime near time fire Mow to Clean Irate Cover a soiled white felt hat with a cake of magnesia and let It remain In that condition over night Unless the case Is an extreme one mho grime will go with time magnesia when It Is brushed off Pulverized French chalk left for several hours over a blemish made by milk on a wool fabric will usually restore the cloth to its original color If the stain Is not a stubborn one It will yield to a sponging In diluted alcohol How to Keep Bath Tube Bright Zinc bath tuba may bo kept bright by periodical scrubbings with hot vinegar In which coarse salt has been dis solved Jf Animal Story For Little Foll- cst Elephant Bee lima elephant nod the bee hud al ways been on the lest of terms amid In hill their acquaintanceship they never had a quarrel and guess they would have lived In pence and happiness with each other for all their lives If It had plot IKVII for an accident that hap pened And what do you suppose It was Why ono tiny till elephant was going slang time road and ho was tired fur ho rovclIltiny and rest for n little while In tho meantime time lee had thrown himself on the grits nnd gone to sleep fur It was n wnnii day and ho too wits tired Well what should happen but timid time olephnut sat down on tho bees hind foot And time bowl He was hopping mend nnd said all sorts of nasty things So the two crawled lulu time ele phants trunk Just as far as bo could and then he Kattieml all Ids itrviiKth and gave poor Mr Klephsnt till hard est ting that ho posKlhly could Ouch howled time elephant You naughty thing Ill fix you for Unit And tho next moment he snoozed n mighty Did you over see nn elephant sneeze Well ho raloo moro disturbance for u few seconds than a Mardi wind What boenine of Mr Heo I dont know omit nobody else taws Ho wits brio out on time breath of that mighty sneeze nod ho hasnt been seen slice St Ixmls Post DUpnteh ff Aplrrjl Story For Little Folk- sCaterpillars Ball The cnterptlhirs dance was the big Goat thing that the caterpillar fsmlly hind given for many nnd many a lung tiny and you many rout nnnurod timid not ono of till Invitation lint wont sent out Will thrown nwny 4When till fiddlers End Just tx Kun to fiddle and time dnncer hand lined up Ill A CATKIiriLLAII AKHWRUK1 UK RAIITHWOnU on time floor for the first grand waltz who should crone along but Mr Kiirth worm Only caterpillars are admitted hero said the chief doorkeeper ell Im n caterpillar answered Mr Earthworm and he looked offended What kind of a caterpillar asked the doorkeeper Im n baldhcadcd caterpillar an swered the earthworm promptly So they decided to lot him In anyway and sown he was In time hall and dancing with the prettiest lady cater pillar there nut one of the little caterpillars dropped n piece of chewing gum on the floor and right In tho midst of time whole affair Mr Harthwonn slipped on It and down he went In a heap on till hour Everybody cried Obi for they thought that he must have boon hurt but he sprang up quickly enough andtwas ready to keep on dancing nut wonderful to relate time cartbwormcgot up wrong end foremost nod begun to dance around upside down for you know that one old of an earthworm looks as munch like his head as the oth er Hut the caterpillars knew the dir terence and they nil thought that ho must be a ghost Tho lady caterpillars screamed and time gentlemen cater pillars Jumped out of time window mind that ended the big ball except that when Mr Earthworm started to go homo a crowd of caterpillar policemen caught him and sent him to Jail for three summers for his badness Moral Dont go where you dont be long Chicago Tribune e Ia THE HILL OF CELLAR pOOR I know a hill not far away Where children always love to play t The hill li MraUlit and smooth arid low Tor lllllt folks tli better so The eoiuUni there U very nlcn Without tlio cold of snow and Ice You slide In summer tall vr i rtnir Hut need not bother sleds to bring It U the as fest hill Ive found Komctlmes you tumble to the ground lint tin not far you havo to tall And would not hurt a child at all lla very near your home and to goFornear by And abs can hear you It you cry Bo up you scramble down you tilde And oh you have a jolly ride You always want to play come inore Upon the hill of Cellar Doorl WunhlriLlon Htar TRUST WELL FOUNDED alury Whirls flbuvra That Thor W liD Htly rruvldrnrr Are Nrvvr ul11ppoi led Lotilwi M Alvott tells the follow- Ing utiiry of her Ulndlicartid and be licvolcnt parents Oiii xnowy Suturdny night when our wood wan very low a poor child came to beg a little an the baby wan tick and the father on n spree with aU hla wnc My mother hcultnted c at first an we Ulan Jmd n baby Vvry raid weather wnn upon III and a Sunday to be got through before wood could lie had My oilier said live Lnlf our tock and trust in Provi deuce the weather will moderate or wood will come Mother laughed and answered In her cheery way Well their need IK greater than our nnd If our lint givca out wr can no to bed and lel- g fttorlew So n generous half went to the poor neighbor and a little later In the rrinlnp while the storm still lQ B td- And worn ire about to cover our lire to keep It a knock came and farmer who usually Kiipplled us np Ienred aylnf nnxloualy I Mtartrd from lloitnn with load of wqod but It drifts ao I wan to Ret hone Wouldnt you like t brava me drop thoocl here It yoOu mAn writ off he turned to moths with n look that much lmpre sed children with his Rift ne n liter Didnt I tell you wood would come If the weather nut moderately mothers motto was Hope nn krcp Lucy and one otIer nyin wan Cast thy bread upon the water ft ml after ninny day it will come Iwck buttered A BALANCING JACK Ywry Ariualnaa II Tura AroBitd o II Icrrli Hnd Hi lililllr Mmkea II Allr ellv Anj boy who hal a little kill In whittling can makethe unique and amusing toy shown In the accompanying pic tore The 1M wood for the purpose II white pine which U soft enough to be shaped with very llttlo trouble For the heed and bust of the figure use a piece of pine about four Incites in length and an theta or an tech and a Lalfsquare Make n ullt In earls hide of the figure i to nceUe the wlugs They should be dot pine too Drill trimmed quite vTHE FK1UHK COMPLETE thin their length being about that of the llgure Hhiiike theta neat dud then smooth tlirm off with nnd Iloper1ndeel1 the whole figure should be t Boothed oflf in tlint way- A the figure in to be balanced on the gvorkof til upright bottle ItUurcegiary tbit tilt Whigs should be litexactly the- aaae weight pad that they should be pln tMl on exactly opposite sides of th bust llemember thl in innUug the tlltain which the wlngnnre lobe fitted Of comree thin picture rrprenents a painted figure and not a plain whit pIne one Most boyg hUe a hex tJt water colors ind they can be lined paint the flgnre It In better to put o t light eoftt of varnish after the Irlen 1hlg will keep it trout rubbin iff The effect of such a figure at It turn- ground on its perch III very smusin Ind Its oddity makes it attracOrt Brooklyn Eagle daps Cook In the Nret Jta nearly ever street In Japavci Mire IK public oven where for a small fee hoiiKewlves inns have their gluuvr sad snjjur cookt for ibea A STORY OF SUCCESS Ohio flay Who Kuowa How to Wea wad Bare and le m Wund r a an Urcnnlier There Is n little 12yearold boy IB XuiifKvllle 0 Nell Sandel non of Mr and Mm PI Handel who promise to become an organizer or promoter providing alwayv that the condition of his youth remain with him throughout his life Nell Handel cherryfaced mad rogu ish is known in almost every louse hold in ancRvllle Two years ago tvl Ionly ten years of age this nu y little lad w u appointed the nge in Xanesvllle for a Philadelphia publishing house and sold the maga zluci of the house on the streets Fri day evenings and on Saturday work lug up a regular subscription route of 300 patrons Heaping handsome profits from this work Nell then took up the sale of morning and evening papers before and after school hours However YfOY WITH DUllNESS ilEA 1Ids time wax not fully occupied and he then income the representative of n book concern rand during even lags occupies hliiiRdf selling books Always while delivering his publlca aIIonA or nelllng papers ha carries a satchel in which are lomples of the ilnett toilet soap for which he is agent extendedotabllxh several iiibagenclrn and be hOYIInto aloyebright boys who live in the suburban district to do his work Ioylxg them a percentage and profit InK by their labors The vnrlous concerns which regu 1lnrly employ Kell Rnndel frequently lAnecvlllaRas to how much money he cleared each week and what he does with it the bright lit tie fellow responded I snake various amount lot gen erallyhove n nice little balance at the end of the week At one time I had a considerable sum In the hank but a few months ago I drew it out and gave it to my father to apply on n new house that he hen just built The money that I make Is all mine to do with as I please however as my mamma rand papa have never taught to make me do wjth it otherwise then choose XII Samlel does this work because he liken to Jill parents are able to keep him In much the namo manner an other boys and girls of his age are kept lint he likes to work the novelty of earning money antinlug money appeals to htm and his splendid faculty of making nod re taining friends IH the principal fen ture of hln miecesH Cincinnati Corn mercial Tribune lip iooil IB Ynu41f He good to yourself IH n phrase that often said when friend sepa rate It Is jocularly poki n as though there were some humor In It The Idea of ones being good to him keif somehow prnvnkeM a smile lint why should it Surely if one thould be good to anybody it should be to himself Vhen they utter the Injunc tion navy put into it the Idea that one shall have as they would express it as good n time nx possible Hut If one really good to himself he may have to turn his back upon pleasures The man whose weakness U drinking cannot he good tolilmmdf without giving It up Aradso with relation to anything harmful being good io ones self means that he will have nothing to do with it To hoof the highest good to ones xelf one beJBoy o olroti of Traxlr A few months ago Willie Tlesbeuk of Dutch Kills It I won a one iirmcd monkey ut a rattle Af tr n few days he traded the prize for uu old bicycle which he fixed up and rode Itefor a worn owt white horse and hired the animal out until he had saved enough from the returnx to buy e heenw owns two good horses two good lookingncarriage nil as n pretty pros thegDutch Kills and is more thtin holding 1VlllleBMMUsPsses the genius wjitelt made napoleon great Home Volrelese Amlaaala lime giraffe armadillo and jwrcu pllic have no vocal chortle und are therefore mutt YhuIcs and lerpeut are alto vukelesg Ceec CGoc rlll ltt t ee f INTERESTlSTATE ITEMS OF eaaa3 il n is i s Iss11 LINEMEN ON A STRIKE Over 100 Employed By the Cumberland Telephone Co Went Out lou 181II p Ky June 16IIetwee n 100 and ISO linemen employed by the Cumberland Telephone Co In this city went out on a strike on Saturday a t midnight The men are asking for an Increase in pay The wages vary tram 150 to 4 per day Local Manager Hull of the company which Is the principal Hell corporation In the south elated Sunday that the men on Friday presented formal demands for in creases In pay ranging from 25 to 50 cents per day per man Their petition he says was forwarded to the general manager of the systrm to be acted on but the men struck without waiting for an answer The strike so fat i confined to the linemen employed In Louisville although for nearly a year there has been talk of ageneral strike ot the linemen In all cities where tha Cumberland operates The Cumber land has exchanges In New Orleans Nashville Memphlb Natchez and other large cities along the Ohio and Mis sissippi valleys At the Home Tel prone Coj the large Independent con cern It was denied that there was any prospect of a sympathetic strike on me part of the linemen employed by that corporation The strikers claim that over 200 employee of the Cumberland are on strike STATE TROOPS Wilt Be Sent to Miytvllle to Protect Three Negroes on Trial Frankfort Ky June 13Stet e troops will go to Maysvlllc Monday t protect during trial the three colore- men accused of shooting John Fa row an aged farmer whom they had robbed About 100 men will go undo command of Maj Nelson Edwards of Newport The three men have been In the Covlngton jail for safekeeping since they were arrested last January An armed mob gathered at the Mays lie station last week to lynch the yen when It was tipped off they were to be brought back for trial the danger the authorities wired t ovlngton to hold the men there TOBACCO PLANTS SOLD Clarke Sons Co Deeded to the IvVm Imperial Tobacco Co Henderson Ky June 13The WI5 lam Clarke Sons Co Friday deeded 0 the Imperial Tobacco Co their plant In this city with Its machinery and appurtenances which Is valued at 30390 The deed also conveys Clarke tobacco plant In Paducah Tin consideration named Is 6 and other valuable considerations The Imps rial Tobacco Co was Incorporated the state February 26 of the present year by George A Willis Urlstol Eng Charles S Clarke Liverpool Eng others andI JUDGE D B REDWINE He Is a Candidate For the Circuit Judgeship Richmond Ky June 15The demo cratic committee of the 23d judicial district has been called to meet Juno 23 to fix a date for holding a conven tlon to nominate candidates for dr cuit judge and commonwealth attorney There are three candidates for judge I It Hedwlne of Jackson Robert IUd dell of Irwin and D D Sublett of Salyersvllle The former Is the pros ent judge and Is presiding In the mur der cases of Jett and White at Jackson n One of the Mulllni Dead Kingston Ky June 16ln a drunken brawl at Sinks Station Sunday John Suttjes shot and killed Obc Mulllna Two of the Mulllnses war sentenced to the penitentiary at the May term of court for the murder of young James Scott In the same neigh borhood last fall Tho two older broth ers of Obe Ed and Dee Mulllns served a term each In the penitentiary for murder and robbery No Hope For Staten Lexington Ky June 13The condl ion of James W Staten past grand- mater of Kentucky Masons who cut fered a stroke of paralysis at Paris Wednesday night and who was removed to the Good Samaritan hospital here Thursday remains unchanged and physicians In attendance believe It will be only a few hours before the end comes Killed By Burglars Louisville Ky June h6L P Fox proprietor of a general store at Orell woundelllatmasked burglars who entered his store and attempted to rob him A posse of armed men with bloodhounds are pursuing the burglars Verdict of Guilty Grayson Ky June 16Tile trial of George Davis late marshal of GrRIson for the killing of Owen Leedy while attempting to make an arrest for disorderly conduct ono year ago resulted In a verdict of guilty with a flve year penitentiary sentence Suicided In An Asylum Hopklndvllle Ky June J6S C Mercer jr of this city who has been In a St Louis sanitarium several weeks for whisky and morphine hab its committed suicide there Monday by morphine STAY OF EXECUTION The Case of J W Bess Will Be Ap pealed to the Court of Appeals Lexington Ky June 13James W ileac convicted of the murder of Mrs Martha Martin here two months ago was to boyar been hanged Friday under sentence of the court before whom hi was tried However his attorneys bb tamed a stay ot execution by appeal tl the court of appeals and argument foi a new trial will be heard In September The body of Mrs Martha Martin wilt found In a pond In the suburbs Shi hall been strangled to death lest was accused tried and convicted Thr theory of time prosecution was that hl killed her to obtain 225 which she had concealed In her stocking and which was missing when the body was found FATALLY WOUNDED WIFE Fired Four Bullets Into the Woman Body tLexington Ky June lCBen Gra ham colored of Frankfurt occupies a cell In the county Jail while his wire lies fatally wounded at the Good Sa marltan hospital with four bullet wounds In her body Graham and his wife came to Lexington on a colored excursion and while at the home ol some friends at Peach Orchard a col ored suburb at this city they became Involved In a quarrel Graham drew his revolver and shot tour times a his wife one shot taking effect In the lung two In the back and one In the shoulder Graham was arrested and jailo LOVERrHe Shot Into a Crowded Carriage Knocking Off a Plait of Hair Owens bora Ky June 16 George Thompson a young man fired Into a carriage loaded with people his object being to kill a girl who had refused his attentions The only damage done was to shoot a plait of hair from a escapedobut If he Is captured by the men who are looking for him It Is believed he will be killed He shot a young wom an a year ago on the same ground It Is alleged and Is under Indictment for the alleged offense Harvest Hands Quit Howling Green Ky June 13The harvest hands on the farm of Col Charles L Daugbtry near this city struck Friday Mrs Daughtry a club nlNthe time but refused to Increase the wages of the laborers When they left she mounted the binder and cut 20 handowere secured Col Daughtry Is one of the trustees of the Kentucky cone federate home anti Is assistant adJu- tant general on Gen Bennett H Youngs staff- Machinists Strike Called Off Lexington Ky June lSThe strike of machinists of the B tit 0 railroad lucre declared In sympathy with the walk out at Huntington W Va was called off Sunday night on orders ol the president James OConnors ot Washington The men went back to work Monday All sympathetic strikes were called off and the Huntington trouble will be Investigated by OCon nors General Turner Arrested Middlesboro Ky June 15 = Gen eral Turner brother of Lee Turner charged with conspiracy In the cele brated Quarter House battle was captured by the sheriff of Anderson county Tenn and lodged In the Pino vllle Ky Jail General Turner was kiteed by Lee Turner A Duel With Pistols Mt Vernon Ky Juno 16On PI 1nay Branch ten miles southeast ot this place Joel Suttles and Obe Mui ling had a pistol fight after church Mulllns Is dead and Suttles Is badly wounded Both are young men and Mullius had only been married a too weeks Shooting on Lexington Track Lexington Ky June 16 Anothei shooting took place In this city Mon day night when Clarence Gilmore 16 shot and mortally wounded Edward Clark 12 at the Old Kentucky asso elation course Roth lads are colored and are exercise boys at the track Singers Go to 8t Louis Louisville Ky June 16SlngeraI from the Louisville Concordia Singing society and the Social Maennerchor of this city went to St Louis Monday on a special train to take part In the test of the North American Saengerbund association George Shuh Knocked Out Louisville Ky June 16Art Slmras Chicago won from George Shuh of Louisville In the 19th round of a hot fight at the Louisville Athletic club Monday night Slmms scored a clean knockout with a right hook to the jaw Money For Parks Louisville Ky June 1GJudge Shackelford Miller Monday decided that an issue of 500000 In bonds for parks and sewers carried at the 1900 election It wes contested becc ealleged Irregularities Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons wbo board themselves cac spend a mach or little 11 they choo on living expense It pay to brae a little extra money fnrilccl urn book and other ihlngi But the necessary expenw are only u follows To pay the Ant day LAND HUL8cbOOlfJOddeniai Flat Months Board 6 00 I 00 Living FT ITS te-rmlpenies M Beginning 2d Mo Board 6 00 5 00 Beginning 8d Mo Board 00 S 00 28 00 Genl Deposit returned 100 00 Total Ripenae l1 week 97 OO 17 00 r For Ibwe beloWA Grammar deducl the 12 lot boob aod1 from Incidental lee masking the oil only a50When lour girls room together each ayes tt or more on room and heel maklnn the total only SBU If classed below Irammar Room and lUll coat one dollar more lo the ftlulcr term two room for housekeeping with stoves cut vein usually be rcutwl for from t to 16 a term The price of a big calf a little tanbark oa faw horn spun b doo ern will glass term of school which will change nnehs whole Ufa for Ibe betted nu Telephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer BO mARB- EXPERIENCEI I TRADE MaRKSIsending rketrh and dn lonucertaln our opinion whether an Intention U nlAblInrunlUnnmtrlctlvonnOdoniral Handbook on Patents asraecuraSyalentaPatents peelalnoUa without Crao lathe Scientific American A nandaninelr Illnttrated week tJircMt etc dilution of any anicntioo Journal Terms wYniareaer LOUISVILLE ft NASHVILLE RAILROADT- ime Table In Effect May 24 1903 fining Nurlli Trnlii e Iteily Leave llama 3 2h m Arrive Richmond 3 fJ a in Arrive Paris 505a m Arrive Cincinnati 7 Ma in DullyLeaveArrive Richmond 125 p m Arrive Paris 3 IRprn Arrive Cincinnati ti p m llallyLeaveArrive LivlngHlon20iill m liallyLeaveArrive Livingston12 On m Trains No I and No Ii slake ton nection at Livingston for Jotlico and the South No 21 and No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent ALL IFREESchool children and public generally larked to rote to the most popular la every county Vole ten cents each ten cut at one time All money over and above trip of teach era to to erection of the Kentucky Butldleat the Hz voter thus liven the tatiafaetion or knowing aworlbrcaaR tad important object been aletedlat the same time a hal reeelved recognition Contest con ducted Ica of Educational Exhibit Com mittee of Exhibit organizationformed Kentucky BuUdlaf and full productsviDaClledlion Bvery educator In the stale whetlierleteherInpub lie or t achoola 01 IIIIIIUUODIprolnlalltorcetboUedrnomlaaUoAi lisbtblt Committee done u nIUoaIlace ofHduatfoa The Exposition II to be the greatest at In theworidahi Tory The ttllcbera choRn w1l be Indeed tendered lhietrip to the Pllr county elects III own mot popular educator Theeonnlyoutaldeof JefleraoacaatlnKlhelarr umber of vole will be allowed to send two teacher the most popular sod the second must popular THE TOTES TILL BE TES CENTS E1CIT TES COSSTnUTIXa A BALLOT At ten cents etch ever school child in the Plate will be able to lIt at least one vote fir his er her favorite teacher lint the vollng will not be confined to ccliool children PARE iTS OP rCFlLS OR ANT OP THEm FKIERDS MAT TOTE The purpoa of the Auocl puMlcgenerallymay be arranged and each giving ten cents be credited with his or her vote If one person de IrmlltlalfpaCrl for vottra names my be left blank The Association wants however to enroll Ita the votesabeALL EXPENSES or THE TEACHERS WILL BE PAID by the Association This will Include rtlroad traasportatlon from Louisville St Loeb and return board at one of Ibe best hotels Ie the dty for six days and admission to the exposition grounds for six days THREE PASTIES WILL DE HADE uPFBO TOE MOST rflrtTTin TEACHERS to mate the trip more profitable and more enjoyable Hach of the e parties will connint or forty teachers Thla would a or uoeacherl but as there are only counties in Kentucky the Associa garfromthatcountyJeferxoa Thett1lcherwUhpublicwiltVotesmaybe cast for aaj person who taught school dutlnc or is leaching now This optOrtualIrdallaneutTITRESDOLLARSCASTS 1IPTY VOTES TEN DOLLARS CASTS A HUNDRED VOTES ONU HUNDRED DOLLARS CASTS ONI THOUSAND VOTES Allot the money received in this contest over and above that used In defraying expenses ot ereeliontional satisfaction of knowing that be ha aiilid u worthy cause tohowteacher The vote will be counted under the supervision of the Educational Eihlbit Commlllee LoutUlePresWentCsldylczlllonR hoed Owrnboro Irof T S Alley Prof C Cherry IIIO 8 Cuccr Louisville Mil raltle S lull it Bracken Louisville and Me 111 Tucker Louisville Members of the Educational Commlllee are not eligible lo election lit Ibis contest BEXEIBEB BURT COm ELECTS ITS OWN FATOBITE TEACHER Competition between counties or the iiolh trip the county outside of Jefferaon casting the largest tout ttumberofvoteabeing granted the distinction cif sending two leachera marraluJlory1II00tllJlIlIeJulAIIIUsl or CLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH 3Awof as the most popular teacher in county ONE DOLLAR ENCLOSED too 10x tOe tOc- W 10010xnow too 10x- rWs sr lOc 10x Voters see sot required to sign their names but the Association wants all school children voting to do so aa U them In Ibe Kentucky Voters have the option of sending ballots direct to the Secrelarrol the Association or to Ihe r from Additional ballotsmeybeobtalnelib citing cilia coplea or Ibl paper Remittances may be by rd check registered letter cent 1Oftr express or 9011 money order or in currency at tender risk III commllakatloua to K J HUOUHS Recreturv LouIsville Ky Subscribe for The Citizen r l pM 111THECITIZENa f LOCAL AND PERSONAL The condition of Mrs P Cornelius A shows littlo change from last week Mrs Beauchamp ot Lexington was tho guest of Mrs Frost on Tues tiny x Prof H M Jones leaves this week to preach in various churches in th F North Miss Anna Hanson wont this week to Cincinnati 0 to enter upon an art course at the Cincinnati Art School Mrs Henrietta Calvin a former pupil of Mrs Jones is visiting her She is librarian of the Kansas Agri Colleger is spending the summer at tho home of her daughter and soninlaw Mr and Mrs S S Begga in Ashland Ills Three gentlemen were surprised recently at seeing a blackbird pursue capture kill and eat the brains of an English sparrow- Aa j very pleasant time was spent Tuesday night by those who attended the Christian Endeavor social at the Parish House- Stereoplicon at the Parish House 730 P M Sunday by Dr Burgess Subject The Man Christ Jesus ComeMrs T J Osborne who is suffering from an attack of the flux has boon removed to the Hospital Her case is not considered dangerous w Mrs Mary E Coddmgton and daughter L Kate arrived Monday from LaFayette Ind for an extended visit with friends and relatives hero It is stated upon good authority that three of Berean prominent and popular young men aro soon to bring t home brides Names announced later 1MAnRIED FMiss Alice Sims of I Onargo III to Mr Edward Jennings r at the home of the bride on June 17 Miss Sims was for one year a student- hero Through an oversight last week we failed to mention the names of Mrs S L Hoag and Mrs J J Branaman iaR guests at the GillwrtArmstrong weddingOur omitted the name of Miss Martha Waahburn from the list of delegates who went to the Summer Assembly at Asheville N 0 last trweekOwing to the prevalanco of flux great care should be taken in regard to the drinking water milk and food used It is equally important that streets and yards be kept clean Mrs Yocum Rev H J Derthick and Dr G A Burgess attended the district Sundayschool convention held at Pilot Knob last Saturday and took part in the discussions Mrs Watkins wife of Mr Tom Watkins died Saturday and was buri l ed Sunday She leaves two married sons and grown daughter besides her 1husband who is an invalid from pa 1 Mrs W H Porter Miss OUie Blan Jr ton Wm J Blanton and Rev H M Shouse went Monday to Winchester to attend the Baptist State conventio in session there this week They ex pect to return Friday Mrs H M Jones spent last week in Monroe Louisiana helping to start tho work of domestic economy in ono of the summer schools held under the auspices of the Southern Educational BoardThe County Board of Equilization is trying to raise the assessment of i some orour citizens The whole thing smacks of political persecution t There is an exaggerated idea of rise in real estate here in Bores Harry W Coddington stopped off here a few days this week enroute to Roanoke Va where he goes to take a position with the Norfolk and West era Railroad Company Harry has just completed a course in mechanical engineering at Purdue University with honor Dr Howard Switzer a practicing physician of 20 years experience has located in Berea with his family Dr Switzer was for a time an army sur goon in the U S army and comes highly recommended He formerly t resided in the northern part of tho countyHarold c Hunting graduate of Berea College class of 99 has just finished his coupe in the Divinity School of Yale University New Hav en Conn He won a 100 Foggy scholarship on the general excellence of his slandingduring his course At d present he is in Arcadia Nebraska We have overheard some very i istrong denunciation of the wicked snatched H purse in Berea last week It was a now kind of crime I 1 for our village and it startled us Let us condemn all kinds of wrong doing It is worse to steal a woman honor or to speak falsely against her good name than to snatch her purse A special call meeting of tho Bap tist church next Friday evening 730 for the purpose of considering the AeBible class will be organized Satur day evening 7BO to which all are invited A choir will be organized at same hour Subjects Sunday a m- leA report of the General Baptist As sociation at Winchester Evening Lazarus and the Rich Man Miss Eva Bicknell aged 23 years died Monday morning at fi30 oclock at the home of her mother Mrs Lu Hardin on Boone Street The lu neral services were held Tuesday at the Second Church of which she waa a member Rev Derthick preaching the sermon Miss Bicknell was for a year and a half the operator at the Berea telephone exchange andmade many friends by her pleasant manner and her faithfulness to duty Capt B J Ewen whoso homo was burned at Jackson Ky because he dared to do his duty as a citizen in testifying against the murderers of J B Marcum is a brother of Mrs L W Johnson of Berea Capt Ewens loss represented all his savings Ho deserves the sympathy of tho law abiding citizens of Kentucky Al ready substantial contributions are being received by the CourierJournal and by the papers at Lexington for his relief COLLEGE ITEMS J K Caldwell is spending the summer with Orman Simpson at Alexis Ill The college has just made a sale of 223 acres of its forest holdings the price being 100 Mark Williamson writes that he was greatly delayed on his way home by the floods His address is Hum bolt Neb Secy Gamble left today for a two weeks trip to Corydon Ind and Chicago He will also visit his home at Alexis 11- 1Students in the employ of the College during the summer may have the privileges of the Hospital by pay ing the regular hospital fee of 2fc Miss Sallie Harrison formerly one of the nurses at the Hospital is now iu Cincinnati Her address is Care of Judge Littlefield Salem Avenue Menlo Park Cincinnati Ohio E J Hines who attendedschool during the winter term after working for a time as traveling salesman for a grocery house in Louisville is now back at his old job in the store of Tyler Jasper d Co Mintonville Ky A B Deany M D and Miss Olive Caldwell both students here in the 90s and both from Friars Point Miss were married in Richmond June 15 by Prof L V Dodge Dr Deany is a practising physician in WinchesterFriends Mr Orlin H Venner will be interested to learn that he has justcompleted a very successful years work at Corydon IDdand is expecting to attend Leland Stanford University at Palo Alto Cal the coming year Arthur Flanery who left here some time ago for Cleveland Ohio has left the city and is now working on a farm He gets 18 a month and his washing and board and likes it much better than the city His address in R F D No 2 Brooklyn Ohio Care of P Henneger Rev P A White wife and son Campbellsville J T Owens Joshua Crenshaw Valley Station graduates and Mrs Lottie Woodford Tinsley Nicholaaville Mrs E M Embry Richmond i Mrs Hopper and Mrs Anna Gifford Madisonville 0 form er students were recent visitors here the seat of their alma mater HItHIttHrlJIJIIIIH LCORRESPONDENCE FREE SCHOOLS SHOULD OPEN JULY I 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 6 Let no parent or school trustee fail to do his part to have this done It is for the interests of our children The Rockcastle county institute will be hold in Mt Vernon begin ning Monday July 6 Every teacher iutending to teach in the county and those who hold certificates are required to attend GM BALLARD County Supt t s1 JACKSON COUNTY Farmers are getting behind with withcrops owing to the heavy rains W S Coyle a prominent farmer near Alcom is doing a good business in tan bark and tiesTho Jackson County Teachers Institute will convene at McKee on tho first Monday in JulyWhen insinuations have been hurled at Eastern Kentucky what man save President Wm Good ell Front of Berea College has taken it upon himself to go to Washington and look up the history of our moun tain people so that ho might be able to redeem us from these same slander ous insinuations I know of no ono Those who fail to read President Frosts articles on the Honor of the Mountain People now running in TilE CITIZEN will miss more than they can possibly imagine ALLEN POWELL KERBY KNOB Sheridan Baker of Berea visited at W J Daughertys the latter part of last week Robt Daugherty who has been visiting relatives and friends at Valley View has returned home and is pursuing his profession that ol dentistryMr and Mrs Louis C Hinman and others visited some caves in this place last wookIoi Kimberlin of Dreyfus was here last week on businessNewton Click of Mulberry Gap Tonn who came to Kentucky to visit friends and relatives and to witness the graduation of his daughter M Ellen Click has return ed to his home with his daughter Flora who has beeu attending school at BereaThe attendance of the Su nday IIchcolat this place is splendid The members hope to have a Sundayschool con vention in the near future Fannie Hatfield has been sick but is improv ingJohn Durham killed a mad dog recently at his home narrowly escap ing getting bitten by it Grandma Gayhart has recovered from her ill ness sufficiently to attend her church services Milton Harris of Harlan county visited friends at this place before rouring to his homo after CommencementMADISON HICKORY COUNTYI Hickory Plains portion of the recent rains Severn visitors from Kingston visited our Sunday school Sunday Mrs Moses Hutchens of Preachervillo is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs P E Foley Miss Lizzie Buidelto attend ed the Sundayschool convention at Pilot Knob Saturday Miss Bertha Johnson spent last week Iththo Misses Todd at Wallocotowu Mr and Mrs John Johnson spent Sunday with Mr Johnsons motherAc- rowd of young people visited Brush Creek Cave SundayMr Tom Sic Keehan and family visited relatives in Garrard county Saturday and Sunday MASON COUNTY MAYSVIUE Effie McGann of Nashville Tenn is visiting Mrs Sallie Marshall of East Fourth streetMra Anna Whaley Miss Nannie Wood and Messrs George Hinton and Corneli us Darnell left Tuesday for Wilber force where they will attend tho Com mencement The rendition of the Cantata of Ruth by Prof C G Harris Friday evening is said to eclipse anything that has ever been given in the Opera house by the col ored peopleAlice Simms left for Cincinnati Monday afternoon She has had a very successful year of teaching in this cityMrs Paulino Wood of Charleston W Va is viiit ing her motherinlaw Mrs Lucy Wood of lords Hill Childrens day was elaborately celebrated at the Plymouth church Sunday evening Prof Alfred Quarels of Cincinnati who played a distinguished part In the CanUta ofRuth left for his home Saturday afternoon ROCKCASTLE COUNTY SCAFFOLD CANE Rev W D Smith expects to fill his regular appointment at Scaffold Cane Sunday June 21 All are Invited Important to Subscribers After your name on your paper each week you will find the date to which according to our record you have paid up your subscription For instance 23 jan 03 means that you are paid up to January 23 1901 or 2 may iii to May 2 1903 Examine this re cord on your paper and if there is any mistake in it kindly notify us at once so that we may make the necessary correction Hereafter whenever you send or pay us money if the proper change in the record after your name is not made within two weeks please write us about it or call at the office JUlES M RACER ED IDEAS Hard rubs bring out grit Great truths will bear repetition God in nature is like tho sun bo hind a cloud The prose of tho present soon becomes tho poetry of the past- A man cannot satisfy himself tin teas he does his best WICIOLESWOIITH TAKE NOTICE Tho notices given for opening of thin fall term of Boron College have hoer incorrect Fall Term opens September 1O Tim CITIZEN is the paper to betaken by all parents interested in tin welfare of their children and aU families that wish to prosper Wi point with pride to the clear type which the children and the old people can road with ease and ask every render to notice this number as a sampleFROM THE WIDE WORLD Lady Henry Somerset was reelect ed president of the World Womoiii Christian Temperance Uuion The government of Columbia is postponing the ratification of the Panama canal treaty iu thus hope of getting more out of tho U S govern mentGov William IL Hunt of Porto Rico arrived in Now York Sunday and reports great prosperity in the island Americans are investing largely Tho King Queen other members of the royal family and the member oC the Cabinet of Smia a small kingdom in Europe worn all mur dered in the palaco lost week as the result of a military revolution A pretending princo has boon declared king and quiet hits been restored Tho people accept tho now order of things without a murtmir Tho ox treme corruption of the old govern ment is given as tho cause of tho rev olutionIN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho river is falling at St Louis andconditions enerallIUD very much improved The Jqws in America plead with President Ilcosevtilt and Socy of Stato Hay to use their influence for the betterment of the condition of Jews in Russia The world does move in tho tHree lion of justice Even the old slave states which have been so condemned for disfranchising tho negro set before him the door of hope and allow any negro otherwise qualified to vote provided he pays taxes on 5900 worth of properly Secretary of Commerce and Labor Cortolyou has at last moved into headquarters a handsome building just completed With the first of July the Fish Commission tho Bu reau of Labor the Bureau of Immigra tion the Division of Consular Ro ports the Census Olliee etc will como under his jurisdiction- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Harry harp reports hat by agree ment among the men sweating in n sawmill in Fleming county is prohib ited Morehead Mountaineer Capt J M Thomas of Ford who purchased the Dillon property at Livingston has remodeled the hotel and is now erecting a complete lumber mill there At a church on Piney branch Rock castlo county Obe Mullins was killed and Joel Suttles seriously wounded as the result of a quarrel ending in a shooting affray The seed and grain warehouse of D S Gay at Winchester was destroy ed by fire last Sunday afternoon Loss estimated at 100000 insurance 175000 The death of Alexander Hamilton shot in A duel raised such a storm of publio sentiment that duels have been almost unknown in America ever since Tho death of Marcum seems likely to produce a similar effect now andwe hope it will prove the last killing to disgrace Kentucky The hotel and home of Capt B J Ewen the chief witness in the trial of Curtte Jell and Tom White for the murderof Marcum at Jacksoe Breath itt county was fired by an incend iary at 6 oclock Sunday and burned to the ground All inmates escaped Lose 10000 Two suspects were Arrested and are now in guard house awaiting action of the grand jury The seventeenth anual session of the Kentucky Chautauqua will be held at Woodland Park Lexington Juno 80 to July 10 inclusive One of the lost programs ever offered will be given The detailed program will be mailed to any address upon appli cation to Charles Scott Business Manager Lexington Ky l This space has been purchased by i The Students Job Print Printers of The Citizen 14 4 +n Irceready for ally emergency Farmer are CUn Toros Thanks fur Force1 I rat It three timesdoy Yolks call mo Hunnjr Jim Took some to the country with me on a rUlt sad the rumen out there are 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