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HHIHI1IIHHIIIHIH + + + IHJAMES MILTON Birthday Number Editor sad a RACERT HE CITiZEN Circulation r I Mtrtd GlIAl PotofctetoM mattwaiter at Btrea 2000 HrII+H+ IIHH 1111 r w Il VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 25 1903 One dollar a year NO1 I IDEAS IEnvy of oihenT gocd poisons our ownThe mind ia trained for high action by the discharge of humblo duties How many men we meet who might be something and how few who areltIIMan makes hid condition as good aa it IN hy always trying to make It letler than it iaIVuuIvsswunTU- TAKE NOTICE The notices given for opening or the fall term of Boron College have been incorrect Full Term opens September 10 The story Tea TROUBLE ON Tns TONOUTO in one of thrilling intercut The opening chnplor alIcllrNlln IlUIt r weeks CITIZEN If you have not boo gun this great story do no at onco i A earn to us will bring you another copy if you have tuinlaid your own paper The entire address of Father Rag ers is reprinted this week on page 0 owing to an error last week tn arrangini readingVrepay you for the time spent FROM THE WIDE WORLD The Venezuelan revolution has been ended in favor of the Government Seven new Cardinals were created- at the papal consistory in Rome Mon day Venezuela has paid over to Germany that part of the claim duo thia mouth As the result of the famine In China the eating of human flush it in stated is being practiced The Czar of Rumia while recogniz t lug the new King of Servia demand a that he puuintj the murderers of the former royal family The recent birth of the first Ameri ran child on the Island of Guam which Imo into the possonsou of fin U S about four years ago was fit tingly celebrated IN OUR OWN COUNTRY President Roosevelt baa taken per IIODalcbargu of the post ollice investigation r It is estimated that 28100 outside harvest hands will lie needed in Kan au this year One man wee killed and another probably wounded IRa battle between 4renchmen os the Apache Indian res ervation President Roosevelt removed Judge Daniel H McMillan of the Supreme Court of New Mexico on charges ol general immorality The one hundred tad twentyfifth Valtroops was The McKinley Memorial Associa lion reports that a fund of rooOOO has been subscribed for the monu mont and will invite sculptors to sub miL designs A mob of 4000 men took a negro from the workhouse at Wilmington Deland burned him at the stake The negro had assaulted and murder 41a white girl Prof Booker T Washington presi dent of Tuskegee Institute Alabama has been asked by Lord Grady to make a visit to South Africa and report on the racial conditions British possessions there and methods of bettering them OF KENTUCKY fur the relief of ICOIIONWEALTH reached the bUnd igors at Russellville Ky and confiscated ell whisky in aighU The Kentucky State Teachers As sociation met in annual session at Lexington Tuesday Land owners of Western Kentucky and Tennessee in convention at Mem plaia adopted resolutions against the present levee system on the Miesiv aiPPI 1h General Association of the Baptists of Kentucky held at Win ohesteradjourned Thursday The at tendance was the largest ever known and 160000were pledged for missions iITlae Association will moet next year at Campbelkville r 1 The jury ia the eases ofC rtfc Jett- Breathittr 1 tad Tom White at Jackson t county felled to teach a decision one holding out for aa acquittal while levee were for the death penalty A t sew trial will be held at Cynthlana Harrison county 7o f t Utr1903O DtY JUNE 25 it- i R With this number Till CITIZEN be gins its fifth year of publication or In other words TUB CITIZEN is four years old today These four years have been years of progress Starting with an edition of only a few hundred copies the circulation has steadily grown until now more than 200C copies are sent out each week Ad veriisers have not been slow to rec oguize the value of its columns as an advertizing medium and hence the number of columns of advertising carried is now six times as great u during the first year And just here let us Hay that the advertisers Tin CITIZEN are all reliablo business men You can deal with any of them with the utmost confidence that you will bo treated right The size and appearance of Tin CITIZEN have also received their shone of attention Beginning as a foui page paper it was enlarged to six and then to eight pages its present size It hiss always been our aim to make THE CITIZEN attractive in appearance and especially to give our readers a Boot plain readable type well print ed Wo pride ourselves upon the fact that we hero accomplished ou purpose to a large extent and have made gradual improvement along those lines However we are not yet satisfied and our plans for the future include some important changes on the side of progress both in regard to type used and general artistic effect HONOR OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE Article 3 Whir They CUll From There is a good deal of idle guess ing at to where the mountain people came from Peoplo ask why they settled in this territory which is so much lass productive than the Blue- Grass Some have said it was because they did not have enough enter prise to go through the mountains and roach the better laud which lay beyond Others have claimed they stayed in the mountains because they were wrong doors who had fled from justice We shall show in this and the following articles that there is n- or100 in either of these statements The simple fact is that at the close of the Revolutionary War there was great migration toward the West The young men who had served in tVashingtona armies were looking for a chance to get laud and a start io life and from out the thirteen orig ual colonies stretched along the Atlantic Coast these young men went Westward We mutt remember that at that time no government surveys had been made and there were no good maps which would show what the general ihape of the country was Moreover railroad were unknown and canals scarcely thought of so that the young men who went west made no account of the lines of travel except wagon roads and the river courses It wu not to be expected that men should know then that there was less prospect for a mat and his children In Western Virginia than ia Western New York So the young men went as a rule straight westward Those who went from New England weat into western New York those who went from Virginia came id Kentucky tkoM who went from the Caroliaa aG- eS gia went to Tennessee tad I Ala bama Moreover the first settlers fewtdv a sufficient quantity of good laud hi the 4 i From the first the reading matter In THE CITIZEN has been only of the boat The features given most prominence woro the local news and cotta spondouce from Madison and surrounding counties and these continue to be leading features We are dealt cue now of adding to our eta ff of correspondents those who will give u reliable news from neighborhood not now represented The Home School and Farm columns hav e proved popular and profitable from the beginning and will continue to be measured by a higjt standard of ex cellenco From time to time new SuoItlarschooll0860n erance column a goodcontinued story column of condensed news and specialarticles were added in the order named Besides all these lea tutee Tile CITIZEN in its present forn has added childrens columns tele graphic news from Slate and Nation personal opinions of leading people St Louis Worlds Fair News and much other general reading which Is an education in itself Tho special articles on The Honor of the Moun oftBerea College are attracting the wide attention which they well deserve All these things put TilE CITIZEN in the forefront of newspapers as regards amount and quality of its reading matter Tile CITIZEN has had four editors mountains There were enough rich valleys to supply tho needs of the first generations of settlets and iu those early tit s the abundance of game was something which gave an attraction to certain regions Wherever game rise abundant there was a good place for a man to estab Hah his settlement His family could live pn vensiou until he had cleared a corn patch So the fact is that the people who settled the vast mountain b gious of the South were tho same kind of people who settled various portions of tho West There is no evidence that they were in any way inferior either in character reputation or enterprise They did indeed settle in a region which was less promising in the later times when railroads and other means of communication helped other parts of the country to make progress But they are not to be blamed in any way forhaving made this choice of territory And considering the vast forest and mineral wealth of their section it is eSpoctedproperedueationalstart and guidance do u as of any part of our country They simply need to take account of the fact that the mountain conditions are peculiar and we shall find a way to use the advantages of the mountain region to overcome its detects As for the nationality of the people now living in the mountain or Kentucky we may be sure that the a descended from who lived in the rural parts of Old England The fact that BO many can repeat the old English ballads which ha e been handed down from mother to daughter shows this as well as the names There is be sides a considerable number of des nde rrom the Scotch of Scotland- and the norft of Ireland a few came from Pennsylvania and lave a Ger man origin a smaller number belong to the French race d are de scended from the French Huguenots who were driven from their country by the Catholic persecutions The awuntain people many ins forgotten ancestry but we- city be sure that if can hunt it- MP they will not bo ashamed of it tL C Its first editor Mr T G Pasco is a graduate ot Berea College class of 97 Since severing his connection with TUB CITIZEN he has been em ployed by a publishing house in Chi cago and as protestor in tho school at Cumberland Gap Tenn Lost fall he entered tho graduate schoolat Oberlin College in Ohio from which Cornsby Rev C Hex ford Raymond graduate of the Theological Seminary of Oberlin College Rev Raymond was afterwards for two years professor of anllsuperintondenti He is now pastor of the Congrega tional church at Bellevue O The third editor was Rev John Dodwell a man of wide experience and for many years a pastor 5n the South He Tug CITIZEN in order to re sumo his work in the ministry and is now engaged as pastor of the Meth odist Episcopal church at Big Stone Gap Vn Jhe present editor and publisher Mr James M Racer who CITIZEN from Bro Dod well last January graduated from Berea College at the recent Commencement He desires to take this opportunity td thank those who have been subscribers to TilE CITIZEN for some time for their continued support and kind appreciation A word of thanks and appreciation is also due to the more than 200 now subscribers who hue enrolled their names on our list during the last six months In return for this support and kind reo centiou we can only say that every effort will be put forth to continue to make the paper one worthy of such support and we are bound to succeed r Suit Reduction Great Cutprice Sale of Suits r Full particulars and prices next week But do r not wait delays are dangerous I ho best go first you know COVINGTON BANKS r i Outfitters for Men and Boys Richmond Kentucky rt If Its From Joplins j Its GoodIA full line of FUKNITUltIS alwayaon bandlWe invite our Berea friends to make themselves at homo at JOPLINS when In Richmond J CARPETS and MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY JSpV JOS JOPLIN Richmond Ky to The East End Drug Store f Is Headquarters for all Guaranteed Remedies for Summer Com plaint Diarrhea Dysentery Colic PlugcNo Cure no Pay L M PETTUS Pharmacist C C RHODtiS Proprietor cisF COI404 West Market Street LOUISVILLE KY 00 ESTABLISHED OVER THIRTY YEARS KO1 Write For free Catalogue and call to O ttooO see us when you are In the f cityrttllno s I N Zet- do No 2000 Solid Gold 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and want thetBest Clothing at the Lowest Price DONT FAIL to inspect our stock before buying Orders taken for tailormade suits and fit guar anteed Only a look and you will be assured that wecan save you money LACKEY A HAMILTONcJI CORNER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS RICHMOND KY Y i y J it The coal bill of the royal navy Is 10000000 a year Experiments are now making with coal which has been immersed In water The results show that it has higher evaporative quail ties and longer endurance than coal fresh from the pits mouth The ex periments owe their origin to an accl dflornc experts believe that the re suit of these experiments may involve a revolution In coaling stations abroad iOwing to the failure of the fishery catch on the coast of Norway the price of the best cod liver oil has risen enormously Eight gallons now cost 25 shillings A year ago the same quanti ty could have been bought for five shil lings or less It Is stated that several London hospitals now decline to supply their patients with the genuine article and It Is rumored that info nor substitutes such as shark oil aro employed New Haven bids fair to be a hatless town because of a new Yale fad Hundreds of students are going about without hats The students have set tho fad but it Is spreading to all classes Recently the trolley cars were well filled with men and women riding to the shore resorts and many cf them wore no hats Society girls go down to do their shopping bareheaded even though they swing their millinery creations by the pins The report of the commissioner of Internal revenue shows that during tho ten months ending April 30 last 02295440 pounds of oleomargarine were produced upon which a tax of one fourth of one cent a pound was paid and 2215741 pounds produced colored In semblance of butter upon which a tax of ten cents a pound was paid Last year during the same period 94362803 pounds of oleomargar ine paid a tax Through streets crowded with spectators the remains of S J Major a millionaire merchant of Ottawa Ont were borne to Notre Dante cemetery Tho body reposed on an espe dally built car with canopy and hang ingn of silk the coffin being open and the corpse visible to the public In ac cordance with the will of the decedent After the burial the car trimmings and floral tributes were destroyed by fire as directed in the will How much horse meat Is consumed In Paris each year Is told in a report Just published by the state department from United States Consul Thornwell Hayes at Rouen lie says It Is y stated at the Vlllcjult abbatolrs that 23000 horses are killed annually and at Pantlm 7500 making a total of 30 COO Of this number 10500 are con sumed in the environs of Paris leav t ing a consumption of 20000 In the city Itself The average weight of each horse is said to be 55115 pounds Uncle Sam now has an aviary of his own where he is breeding brown pelt cans The reservation was acquired by the government several weeks ago but nothing was said about it as visitors were not wanted Pelican Island on the east coast of Florida In Indian river has long been the home of the brown pelican and has been overrun by hunters It is the only place on the east coast where the birds breed in colonies and as the slaughter almost equaled the Increase there was danger of the species becoming ex tinct During the czars recent visit to Moscow the populace had an unusual opportunity to see him at close quarters He was taking a walk with members of his family on the wall of the Kremlin At the Nlkolskl gate he bad the choice of returning or going to the wall on the other side He chose the latter alternative and walked without military escort through a dense concourse of his subjects These were wild with joy at seeing the im penal couple among them many began to sob and the czar himself had tears Ja bis eyes CURRENT TOPICS The renovated white house has ova t2 miles of wire- Basketmaking employs half a million persons In Germany Quebec Canada longshoremen are demanding higher wages Miss Florence Nightingale celebrated her 83d birthday recently Windmills in Germany are now used to produce power to drive electric motors Hamburg shipowners have raised the price of steerage passage across the AtlanticAn pickpocket alarm has been Invented by a man In Manchester EnglandBritish railway capital has Increased during the last ten years by no less than J800000ooO While trying to loop the loop In a private establishment in Paris a youth of 19 broke his neck It Is said that where one boy smoked occasionally ten years ago 600 smoke regularly now Failure of crops disease among the cattle and overpopulation aro causing acute distress in Java Out Of every 100 cases of drunken ness brought before magistrates la England 30 are women Statistics show that there is a decrease In the quantity of iron ore produced in Great Britain- A mountain of granite two miles long and a halt mile wide has been discovered In Oklahoma The rural schools of New York aver age 27 pupils each In each of 3628 schools there are ten or less For 80 years a woman aged 96 has been In the service of one family at MahrltschSchlldburg Moravia According to the Kreuzzeltung three ladles have been married In Ber lin who had each been divorced three times Balloonists who ascended about 10 000 feet in Europe the other day found a temperature of 27 degress below zero The Alchl Clock Co in Japan em ploys 300 workmen who make time pieces which are both handsome and cheapFleeing from his creditors an Italian workman who had been pur sued to Switzerland fell over a preci plco and was killed Official statistics show that there are 17000000 children in Russia between tho ages of 6 and 14 receiving abso lutely no education Fortyfour generals have withdrawn from service in the German army since January The matter excites much comment In the German press Miniature arrow heads cut out of Jasper and carnelian are found to this day by Arabs In the desert sands and strung In necklaces for charms The British government will buy all the railroads In South Africa the colonies to pay interest on the 65 000000 necessary to the purchase Jan Kubellk the violinist has had the freedom of the city of Debreczln conferred on him as a preliminary to becoming a naturalized Hungarian- A southern sea elephant captured by a whaling vessel on an Island In the Antarctic circle has been received by the National Museum at Washington- In Oral the capital of Styrla the butchers having raised the price of beef they were compelled by the au thorities to revert to the former rates Tho new Minnesota capitol building which Is soon to be completed at a cost of 4500000 will be one of the most sumptuous public buildings in the world The Christian population of India Including Europeans does not number 3000000 while the Moslem contingent has increased In 20 years by 12000 000 souls The last census gave the value of poultry raised In the United States during the year 1899 as 136891877 yeari NO VERDICT REACHED The JettWhito Jury Discharged by Judge Rctlwluo The Next Trial Will Be Held at Cyn thlana KyThe Prisoners Were Removed to Lexington and Placed In Jail Jackson KyJuno 20But for one juror Curtis Jett would have become convicted hero Friday for the murder of Marcum and a majority of the jury favored tho conviction of Thomas Whtto also Both are now almost 100 miles from hero In the jail at Lexington and their next trial will bo at Cyn thlana over 100 miles from Jackson away from tho mountains and in the blue grass region under very different conditions from those existing in Breathitt county With such general confidence In tilt surroundings of the next trial thero Is a general belief here that every thing is for the beat after all If tho verdict had been one of conviction the residents here are sure that violence would have followed and that It would have extended to others than witnesses jurors and those who had ta ken part in the prosecution It Is thought now that after the trials of Jett and White In Harrison county that the cases of other assassins who aro known hero and who have never been arrested will be taken up with some assurances of justice on a change ofvenueThe case on the docket hero was that of Curtis Jett for killing Town Marshal James Cockrill but It will be postponed until after the trials atCynthlanaLexington Ky June GWhen Jett and White arrived in Lexington on an L E train at 618 Friday night there were fully 500 people gathered at tho station and along the route to the Jail The crowd was orderly sl lent and serious There was no dem onstration of violence The prisoners were taken immediately to steel cages on the third floor of the jail Tho two men were placed In sepa rate cells despite their requests to bo placed together Jett was drunk Ho had been exceedingly unruly and In sulting all afternoon evidently being under the Influence of liquor When he was being taken from his cell to bo put on the train at Jackson he shook his fist In Maj Allens face wad cursed him called him every vile name ho could think of and said Id like to smash you between those glasses Maj Allen responded You are a prisoner Jett and I can not afford to resent your Insults On the train Jett endeavored to pursue tho same tactics and would not bo quieted until Maj Allen told him ho would have him gagged If ho did not behave himself At the jail he said ho wanted some thing to eat and drink and had tho money to pay for it When asked what he wanted he said Beefsteak eggs and coffee He pulled out a five dol lar bill to pay for his supper Whlto was exceedingly surly He paced tho narrow limits of his cell like a caged lion He was as nervous as could bo and was evidently much worried that he and Jett were separated He resented the Imputation of ono of those present that he was afraid and nervous saying that he did not know the meaning of fear and had no nervesCounty Judge James Hargis of Breathltt came down on the same train with Jett and White as did their attorneys Oneal and French Hargla refused to be interviewed Friday night He sent for Jailor Wallace to come to his hotel and there said to him Mr Wallace I want you to take good care of those men anything they want In the way of food and drinks let them have and send me tho bill and I will pay for It I want you to treat them right Jailor Wallace replied Judge Har gis the people of Fayette county have elected me jailor and I am responsible to them and to them alone As long as they behave themselves all tho people In my jail will be treated right and all will be treated alike I am amply able to take care of them and of attending to my duties without sug gestions from you or any other indi vidual It the prisoners want extras and have the mopey to pay for them they can get them just as could any other prisoners Jackson Ky June 2OThere is still much apprehension in this com munity for the future and many hero share In tho movement in different parts of Kentucky to have Breathitt county parcelled out for annexation to other counties although it would dc preclato valuations after Jackson lost Its prestige as a county seat Frankfort Ky June 20After a lengthy conference Friday afternoon between Gov Beckham State Inspec tor Hines and Col Williams the com sanding officer at Jackson Col Wil Mama left to return there He was not given orders to relieve the troops of further duty and It has not yet been determined Just when they will be or dered home First American Child In Guam New York Juno 20 Advices from Guam announce the birth there of tho first American child on the Island It Is a girl and Its father Is Paymaster Ryan Tho chirstenlng was marked by a big celebration in which the en tarp community joined Judge Oliver P Shlras to Retire Dubuque la June 20Judge Oliver P Shlras of the United States court for the Northern district of Iowa an nounced that he will retire from the bench November 1 next He will be 70 years old In October THE CRIME OF ARSON Special Tonn of the Hroatliit Circuit Court to 15e Called The Present Force of Troops Will Remain and More Will Be Sent If Deemed Necessary When Court Convenes Lexington Ky June 23The nrri val of Gov Dcckham and Inspector Hlncs hero at S45 oclock fulfilled the prediction that an Important conference affecting Breathltt county nffatrs was to take place hero Monday night At 1135 oclock Gov Bcckham sent throiiKU Inspector Hlncs the following verbal statement to the waiting news paper wren As a result of the con ference Monday night GO Bcckham has decided to call a special term ot the Ureathltt circuit court when a spe clad grand jury will consider the crimes of arson attempt to bribe Cant 11 J Ewen and such other conditions In Ureathltt as may require Investiga lion or Will the trials be held In Breath Itt was asked This has not been determined the grand jury will have to be impaneled In Ureathltt Will a special Judge be appointed was asked That has not been determined Will more troops be sent at the present time or later The present force Is expected to suinco and remain for the present When tho special term Is convened the governor will send whatever additional troops he may deem necessary to the court the grand Jury and the wltne51esiThe conference adjourned at mid night after a lunch served In Gov Bcckhams room Judge llcdwlno and Attorney Byrd returning to the saylum by carriage Adjt Gen Murray and Col Williams were dismissed at about 10 oclock Neither would discuss tho conference or admit that any had been held Col Williams will go to Jack son Tuesday The statement that no more troops will be sent at present InI dlcatcs that no arrests will be made In the arson or bribery cases pending the special session Attorney Thomas Marcum was not in conference with the governor and Capt Kwcn was not called In It It known that Judge lilacs report giving the name of the men who Ewen says offered him 5000 to change his testy mony and the names of the men whom he claimed to represent was the basis of the deliberations Monday night Adjt Gen Murray will go to Jackson Saturday morning he says to pay the troops now there The meeting between Thos Marcum and Capt B J Ewen at the Ihocnlx hotel was a pathetic one LEFT GENEVA King Peter I Now on His Way to Belgrade Servla Geneva June 3Klng Peter J of Servla left Geneva on his way to Bel grade at 843 p m Monday The Ge neva people made a holiday of the kings departure All the afternoon the kings house In the Rue Bclot walt surrounded Vy a goodnatured crowd which increased In numbers along the routo to the railroad station where several thousand persons were congre gated The king dined with the mem bers of his household before his de parture He drove to the station accompanied by Gen Popovlcs head of the Servian military deputation and followed in carriages by tho president of the Servlan senate and the other members of the parliamentary delega tlon who were cheered by tho spectators WAS IN THE PLOT It Is Said the Conspiracy Was Carried Out By Agents of King Peter Vienna Juno 23The Allegcmclno correspondenz learns that the new king of Servla was not only fully In formed of the military conspiracy at Belgrade but It was actually carried out by his agents The officers broke Into the konak with the fixed deter mination ot killing the royal pair The question of demanding the abdication lot King Alexander was not mentioned the contrary the late king per Olreredltocers Ignored this and proceeded to the murderINewspaper Correspondent Dead Washington June 23 William R Bell 44 years old who tip to the time he was disabled by sickness was a newspaper correspondent in Washing ton died Monday night He came to Washington In 1891 Three daughters survive him The Refunding Operations Washington June 23The amount of three and four per cent bonds thus far received at the treasury for I ex change Into two per cent consols Is 73224850 The refunding operations will continue Gen Oil Elected President Paris Juno 23A dispatch from Santo Domingo City announces that Gen A Wosy Gil who recently be came provisional president through the overthrow of Gen Horatio Vas quez has been elected president ot the Dominican republic- Demonstrated Against Servians- St Petersburg June 23A party of Servlan officers met with a violent demonstration while attending a performance at a theater The audience hurled eggs and vegetables at them shouting Down with the murderers DR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount to Students Richmond Kentucky Ijiillr and Clillilrrn Intltril All Indies and children who cannot stand tho shocking strain of laxativo syrups cathartics etc are invited to try tho famous Little Early Risers They nrodiireront from nll other pills They do not purge tho system Even a doublo doso wilnot grip weaken or sicken unuiy people call them the Easy Pills W11 Howell Houston Tex says nothing letter can be used for constipation Hick headache etc C Moore Lafayette Iud Rays mill others gripe and eickeu while DoWitta Littlo Early Risers do their 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at follow inK pries Coverlids f4 to S6 Linen 40 to CO cents a yard Dress Liusey CO cents a yard Joans 60 centa a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dreal3 a pair White linsey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 21 yards 90 Inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell coyer lids or homespun to Bares College should find out what the College wants before beginniBtf to weave or spin For information apply ia per son or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Seres Ky A Splendid lUBMdy Neuralgic pains rheumatism lum bago and sciatic pains yield tty the penetrating influence of Ballard Snow Liniment It penetrate to the nerves and bone and being absorbed into the blood its heslingl properti are conveyed to every part of the body and effect some wonderful cures Ifr D F Moore Agent Ilkmots Central Railway Milan Teunstates Ihave used Ballard Snow Liniment foi rheumatism backache etc in my family We could not do without it 25c We and 1100 at East End Drug Cos MONUMENTS W Urns Headstones St tuirf Granite ud Marble Work of all kinds done in o I workmaultkn manner nt roa uonable prices Dndwitb guaranteed GOLDEN FLORA ItlCHMOND Ky Corner ol Main ami Colllin siir ti AflerloniMlilHkn- G C DoWitt ft Co ill the name of time firm who nuke time genuine Witch hazel Salvo DoWilta ill the Witch Hiizul Salvo that heals without leaving a scar It is n serious mistake to IIRO any other DuWittn Witch hazel Salvo cure blind bleeding Itching and protruding piles hums bruises eczema and all skin diHoamw Sold by East End Drug Co DR M E JONES v e Dentist v Office Over Printing olfice Office Days Wednesday to end of the week- GARNET 0 HOTEL Newly Pittedup Meals IKuml and pricwiSecond House Richmond Ky R 0 ENGLE Prop Eal GItFlrnelA By enabling tilt aUgNlUYII organs to digest assimilate and transform itt of tho wholesome food that may bo eaten Into tho kind of blood that uour ishon the nerves foals the tiftiur hardens till rutisclni and recuperates the organs of the vuttrn body Kodol DjHiwpmn Cure cure Indigestion Dyspepsia Catarrh of the Stomach anti all stomach disorders Sold by East End Drug Co Without Harness The boat horse in the world it of lit tin use With wellmmta perfect fitting harness on ho becomes both useful and ornamental- If style id desired our 10 BUGGY HARNESS will fill tho bill to A dot It is light handsome aud very durable If strength is the main couaidera tion our 20 TEAM HARNESS will meet all requirements Couldnt be stronger if it qaa all iron T J Moberly Rjchraood Ky S CoadlpMUtl UowtU To have good health the body should be kept iaalaiatire condition and the bowels a day ao that all thejare expelled daily Mr G L Ed ward 142 N Main St Wichita Kan eas writeeIII have used Herbine to a regulate the liver and bowel for the past ten years and found it a reliable remedy Slot at East End Drug Cos I f OGG CO 41 GROCERIESand DRY GOODS Fruits and Vegetables a Specialty Sole test for Banner Cream Bread BPFOSITK UMITTES MILL ITHECITIZEN II111IIIIHIIIIIII 1 The Home II JENNIU ULSTER HILL Editor b 111111111111111111111 SEEING THINGS liT UNCIK TIIKOIHUI- do bent niltai1 tim philoso pher how ninny mon anwimmim go liliuil nil lliolr tlajsT Seems as if they wiz born blind iiko kittens Only aich folks never git their eyes open Sure thoyvo got eyes tor Ki round hut HOtnelxxlyn allua got tor lend uiu nn dhow em things Many latin fljed kites nn many lads noon lithium lUhh lint only ono Ben Franklin soon anything morn n that an what wonders has come from leis oyes rein I toll yo what whoa n lad gill real eosin 068 it means a heap ter the world an ter tho folks what cant sob fer Iliolniolvofl How in it then says I that noino kin sw j an others HvenothiiiKT Well I reckon answered the phil osopher somas born ter see mimes trained that way an aoiuo Kit wak edup by their teachers Thorns A hull lot in gittiu waked up When all knell ouch gild inter a young fellern mind an opens his eyed ter the uieanin o things an tor thu lowerftil ight o wonders in thu world tor tho riches o creation tir Hpoak ho cant never IHJ n poor worm o tho dust any more this rich nn Solomon or JehoHhnphat or Julius Caesar Same way with gall I tako it but wimuiim folks moat grnerly KitA taught airly ter ft80 whata round Vim Now thorns old Aunt Chloe Smith vast sight Y jmit as spry an n crickut an rejoiciu every hour at something ahus round now in a fence corner or by the aide o tho spring or out In the open Why all Rocke Tellers gold wouldnt bring her the joymunt she finds in tho drift o the k clouds tho twiuklin Blare the ningin hnla an bloomSn flowers Youd jwt ought r hero her praisin tho beauty o cloverbloHHoms au the star uyel chlrkweod ter thorn little grandchildren o hers Therell a heap in bein started tight I tell ye But actor all Its never too late ter mend an tho swiu habit grows Just as sure I the not neein 11 111111111 +111 +111 + + The School JOHN WIRY DINSMOHK Edits r IHIIHHII +IHHHI + THE STORY AND THE STORYTELLER Br LUOINC Fixcn Chicago IConllntifl from list wctV There are many different kinds of stories each kind ap oaling to cur lain phases of the childs growth The very small child loves tho rhviniHi and jingles Item our well Iwloved Mother Goose soil tho teeny cumulative stories have a wel cone place The repotitioual ole tiieut BO strong In little children is hero appealed to the rhythm and swing of the rhyme and the sheer delicious nonsense of it Is what they delight in Then comes the simple narrative story with just a meandering of events and Dot much in the way of plot or exciting circumstances These stories are full of very simple expert ones that lie within the childs rom prehension Here would come iu simple stories about animals that little children BO love our dear old friend The Three Beaiaaod de lightfully naughty little Golden Locks The Three Little Pigs too and their sensible old mother Oh how wo used to love them I have a human friendly feeling even now for every pig that I see because of this story The child who per 1I hops would enjoy thia kind of story t would not be ready to understand a more subtly complex one such aa tho fairy tale He is as yet not capable 4of entering into the details of experi ence that exist iu the fairy story The greatest story in the world is tho beautiful imaginative fairy tale We are held speechless and spell hound by this and in it wo live anti love and fool and grow Who could withstand the charms pof Cinderella or the lovely Sloop ing BeautyIt This typo of story is the right food for the imagination and good for young sours to grow on And there Is BO much material that is rare and good from both the psychological and literary points of view The world is full of the most lovely fairy- tales and the old Hoar ones that our grandmothers loved when they were girls are as alive to day aa they ever were and are of the noblest type They have stool first In the chil draws hearts in many lands and through many generations I wond or if It is because Sleeping Beauty and all the rent hold within them all the satisfaction that the world could ask because they are elementally purot DISTRICT SCHOOL LIBRARIES I am sure that I owe an apology to tho Superintendents and teachers to whom I promised a list of books suit able for tho school library But it has boon moat dillicult to decide on the very Meet b ok to put into a library worth only five dollars to begin with ant that was part of the promise Thou too while principles govern ing the selection of hookllremain the same the books might vary a good deal according to the age and ad vancement of the children in the schoolI giving two lists one contain fug more expensive book the other having a number of rather moro primary books But n taste formed for good road ing is worth far more to our children than a number of books of less value indeed none but the beet ought over to bo put in reach of our boys and girls W0 want them to know and admire great men and women to be stirred by the tale of heroic deeds to learn more of the things around them and to love the trees the birds the Bowen to feel their hearts beat in sympathy with the poota who have sung our bust songs and told our bent sloe lee and to put into their memory many poems nod gums that will save their life from littleness and moan ness List No ISlorilR of the Gorilla Coun try by Paul Du Chaillu Published by Hirpor Bros Price 1100 2Poor Boys who became famous by Sarah K Boltou PublishedlblThOll Crow ell Co lfiO hyJanobyGiunCo Price ro IHollo at Work by Abbot Published by Crowell Co Price K Stepping Stones to Literature No II Published by Silver BurdettetCo Price 60 5Opou Sesame No It 40 7 Holiinson Crusoe 25 81 Enoch Arden 1 Rip Van Winkle a The Great Stone Face Vision of Sir Laun fal 5 Miles Standish 0 Hiawatha 7 Miraculous publllhtbyAuditorium Chicago 111 Price of each 04 28 o1 1ZfIIH+1I +HIIIIIIII+1It IThe Farm 1r11tItH1I1IIZHIIII1I How to Improve Mountain Farm- Ing At the rocont Commencement of completedThey were James H Early Win am ac Ind Ethel T Judd Hamlet N Yj Seward Marsh and Thomas L Francis Berea It ia our purpose to publish their closing essays which were on the general subject How to Improve Mountain Farming The first of the series is by Mr Early and is entitled RELATION OF THE FOREST T8 THE FARM That all things in nature are relat ed to each other and that each is somewhat dependent upon the others is commonly understood yet often neglected in actual life Much of this natural relationship very closely touches the farmer and his business The farmers business more than any uponlaCafor these relations Tho farmer adapts his crops to the nature of the soil tho manner of its cultivation to the changes in the seasons and alto gether shapes conditions and places thorn iu their proper relations to each other then adapts himself to thorn ThuSarnior can maintain the fertility of his soil by manuring by proper rotation of crops and by deep culture He can remove surplus moisture by M tWith Paint UHhtn your reach which hut guch a IM of the Highest QualitiesrHalf a Cent enoughYonbuys cannot hesitate to docido at onco where to buy your paint for the SherwinWilliams paint is i SHERWIHWlLLIMS PAINT for two coats on onerBest Of all Paintsijsquare foot of surface t SOLD ONLY BY BICKNELZ EARLYnprrktrrr krrrrrrKKkKRk rrrrprrrrrerrrtrrrrrrKrKrrr rro IsINot in CASHbut in NEWSPAPERS 7131Ai111 11IJ1711111 SIt1 RitAAilAi I f LOUISVILLE TIMES daily except Sunday fa 00 for fl mouths k COURIER JOURNAL weekly r0 o iK CITIZEN weekly 50 1THE I 400 WORTH FOR 150 s I This otter is for a limited time only If you are already a sub tscriber to Tile CITIZKV we will extend your subscription Send all torders with si60 inclosed to ITHE CITIZEN Berea Ky i j 0 nrKrrrettttttrrrrtrlrrrrrrrrprrrrrrr rrurrrrrrrrurrrrk ditching and tiledrainngo or by irrigation can bring water to his crops Ho can by timely cultivation prevent excessive evaporation thereby render ing more water available to his crops but ho can not control tho rainfall or the temperature changes of the sea a us Nevertheless the farmers can by indirect means exorcise greater influence over those forces than ho hitherto attempted lie can prevent or reduce unfavorable effects of temperature changes ho can increase tho available water supply and prevent the evil effects which excessive rain fall causes He can so manage the waters which fall in the form of rain aa to get the most benefit from then and avoid the harm which they are able to inllict Continued lHHHHIJHIKHHlHHr The Great Story The Trouble on the Torolito J by FRANCIS LYNDE bt gant last week jDont fail to read tho opening chapters You will fiud this story intensely interesting If HI IIHHII IIIII DR HOWARD SWITZER Physician and Surgeon Ollico and residence in Coddiuglbn house rear of Ban- kHORSESHOEIN6 Until January 1 1904 for new shoes DOC all around Everything ffret class J E DALTON Goldens old stand East End Barber Shop North of 1rlnlIPK sake Shave lOc Hair Cut 15c Shampoo Ific Razors sharpened lt c to 2rc R B DOE Proprietor WE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIER CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works- C F HIQQINS Prop THE EYES OF MEN AND WOMEN are similar in all respects Their con dillon and requirements when exam tued are generally very different This is caused by difference in work and temperament GLASSES to suit these conditions and require ments are made and supplied here Teats made by skilful opticians with modern scientific instruments put us iu possession of information which enables us to furnish just tho right oyesPikes T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky i MORPHINEOpium Laudanum Gocam ami all Drug Habits cravIngfortheir natural condition because we remove the causes of disease A home remedy prepared by an eminent physician WE 8UARANTEE A CURE FREE TRIAL TREATMENT todayManhattanI 4 A HSU BrMtfwsy New Yaek etty t hive had occasion to use your- BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medl cine and am pleased to say that never used anything for stock that gave half as good satisfaction heartily recom mend it to all owner of stock J B BELStlER Si Louis Ma Sickstock or poultry should not eat cheap stock fOOfIany more than sick persons sLouldtJXPlCt to be cared by your stock and poultry are sick give them med icine tstuff them with worthless stock foods Unload the bowels and stir up the torpid liver and the possibleand Poultry Medicine unloads the bowels and stirs the torpid liver It cures every malady of stock if taken in a 25cont can PoultryMedicine timesover Horses work better Cows more milk Hogs gain fI And hens lay more eggs It solves the problem of making as much blood energy as possible out of the smallest amount of foot consumed Buy a can from your dealer I have practiced medicine for 3C years and have consulted the leading physicians in this country iu regard to remedy for Dyspepsia but have never been able to had anything that wouldeffect a cure until I used Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure I have suffered with stomach trouble or years Could not eat anything but milk toast for months but since I used Kodol I can eat anything and fool that my health is better than it over was iu my life I cannot say enough for Kodol for it has saved my life end I know that it will cure any case of Dyspepsia if taken as directedM D Settle M DIDig Hill Ky East End Dug Co Tht Keys toA of Good Healtk is pure food Lion Coffee is aU coffeeno glazing of eggs or glue to conceal de qualityFresh in flavor because always in inIulhOureFor Farmers National Bank Richmond Ky a Surplus Capital anllJ 80 000 We solicit your patronage J JAMES BENNETT Pres-S S PARKES Cashier 1 Keep Cool hot during weather the by using a GASOLINE STOVE 3f 0 Stoves 2 burner 100 FiOO Stoves 3 burner 160 at IR H CHRISMAN lih WHEN IN RICHMOND JtCall at Covington Arnold Bro For Queonsware Glassware Crockery Lamps etc etc MAIN STREET RICHMOND Kv I Queen Quality JThe Famous Shoes for Women 1 Never fail to give satisfaction Once a wearer always a wearer Try a pairand be convinced We are sole agents for Madison county We cap also please you in MensIShoes Hats Shirts Uuderwear wear etc RICE ARNOLD Main St Richmond Ky j r ttlements and the Workingman By ROBERT HUNTER Held Worker Inivcrtlljr Settlement New Voik Every Settlement house represents to anum bcr of leaders of opinion among employers and among the employed a neutral territory where they may have personal intercourse and amicable confer ence across class lines Anyone who has ever looked into a dispute be tween capital and labor will be strongly impressed with the fact that a large share of the difficulty lies in pure prejudice in personal and class misunderstanding Hence it will easily be seen that at this point the Settlement j is rendering a profound public service The greatest result thus far achieved in the career of all the Set tlements is found in their reflex influence upon their residents their oc casional volunteer workers upon special friends and supporters and upon thoughtful people throughout the community An increasing number of young men and women after a period of Settlement work and residence in the poorer quarters of the cities return to the ordinary ways of life but carry with them a new sense of the meaning and power of life at this present time These persons and many with whom they are to be intimately associated will infuse something of the Settlement spirit into their own home life and into their ordinary social circles They will be at greater pains to get over artificial social distinctions They will understand the human meaning of the struggle of organized labor They will wish to carry municipal reform back to the sources of boss rule in the evil conditions which surround tenement house life In each of the various callings of life they will be inclined so to extend its bounds as to give it a sort of missionary character and make it in a wider and more enlightened way the means for the upbuilding and enlarge nienIGen Lee and His Compatriots By JUDGE EMORY SPEER Judge United Sates Court Southern District ol Georgia HE time seems opportune for the American people t- oT dispassionately inquire wh her Robert E Lee ever merited the reprobation even of the most ardent ad vocate of our perpetual union Loving our reunited country withall my heart counting the long years I have spent in its service as my chief honor I yet contend that rich as it is in mili tary glory brilliant though the roll of its heroes it r cajno longer afford to question the military and personal honor of Lee 1 and his noble compatriots America with all her acknowledged power cannot fail to appropriate that warlike renown which gleamed on time bayonets and blazed in the serried volleys of the soldiers of time south Nor do her greatest and her best longerquestion the one or put asffle the other To the constitution as he understood it it is demonstrated that Washington himself was not more devoted than Lee and his written and spoken words in that day of ungovernable passion portray in the clearest light his immovable aversion to disunion Why then it may be asked did Lee draw his sword in maintenance of secession which he declared revolution which he pronounced anarchy and which he foresaw and declared would inflict untold calami ties upon the people The reply is that he did no such thing His pur pose is declared in the letter to his son If the union is dissolved and the government disrupted I shall return to my native state and share the miseries of my people and save in defense will draw my sword on none A Strenuous Life Not BestB- y REV H T SELL- Of Chicago OUR plans of life arc exceedingly popular in these days F First we have what is called the strenuous life This life has many followers and is often referred to in the news papers A man must be nerved to lead such a life j but there are others who are leading the same life and when ever two of them meet there is bound to be a strenuous conflict The strenuous plan is hardly a plan to be desired It is a pan a scheme of life which says Get on Get on Honestly if you canbut get on The secret of the strenuous life seems to be to do things which other people do not want us to do to do them despite time life and happiness of our fellowmen The second favored plan of life is the selfassertive one This scheme makes man even more assertive than time strenuous life and he rides roughshod over everyone Ianm determined to push my way through to fortune he says regardless of who inay be injured If I cannot push v I will succeed by pull The third plan a fascinating one is the fast life There are too i many who have fallen before it The fourth is the passive life This is the plan of life which seeks leisure thrusting the burdens of life upon the shouldcrsofothcrs The first of these plans leaves much to be desired j of the second even less of good can be said Nothing can be said for the thirdand the fourth is nothing absolutely naught The Disease of Hustling By DR FRANK W GUNSAULUS President Armour Institute of Technology The voice of the father says to us There is my boy graduate him quickly The voice of the young man callow soft vealy with absolutely no selfcontrol says Graduate nic thick let me get out into life this is a strenuous time j this is the time when I must hustle HUSTLING HAS COMIC TO BE A IOSITIA DISEASE GOD SAVE US FKPM STRENLOSITV IN EDUCATION TWENTYFIVE YEARS HENCE WHEN WE Gin OUR POISE WE ARE GOING TO ASK SOME AWFUL QUESTIONS WITH REGARD TO THE POSITIVE FEROCITY WITH WHICH WE ARE SEEKING FOR STUDENTS IN SOME OF OUR SCHOOLS AND WITH REGARD TO THE CRIMINAL VELOCITY WITH WHICH WE ARE PUSHING THEM OUT INTO LIFE f l 1 s THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lrinon lit the Inlrrnnlloiinl Series for Julie 2S llllCt uurirrl llevlctr GOLDEN T1XTrrhe loril lnll ile her me from ever evil work and will preserve me unto hla hrnvriily kingdom a Tim lilW- CHllONOLOaiCAL 11EVIBW A D 57 53 Iauls visit to Mace donna and Greece A D 57 Epistle to Corinthians written A D 53 spring Epistle to the Romans written 11 53 Paul In Troa A D 58 lau in Miletus A IX 59 spring Tauls journey to Jerusalem A D 53 spring Paul arrcstoil A D 63 the plot against Paul A D 53 Pauls Imprisonment at Cacsarca A D 60 Pauls tpcccli before Agrippa A D the voyage to Crete A D 01 Pauls stay at Melita A D G1G3 Paul at Home SUBJECTS AND GOLDEN TEXTS Lesson IPauls Farewell to Kplie IllS Golden Text Remember the words of the Lord Jesus how He said It is more blessed to give than to receive Acts 2035 Lesson II The Keaurrection Gulden Text Now Is Christ risen from the dead and become the first fruits of them that sleptI Cor 1520 Lesson III Ilcsponsibllity for Oth ers a temperance lesson Golden Text Let us not therefore judge one another any more but judge this rather that no man put a stum lung block or an occasion to fat in his brothers wUJItOI1 1413 Lesson IVPauls Journey to Jerusalem Golden Text The will of the Lord be done Acts 21 ill Lesson 1Paul Arrested Golden Text If any man suffer as n Chris than let him not be ashamedI Pet 415 Lesson YITlle Plot Against Paul Golden Text The Lord stood by him and said lie of good cheer Acts 23 Jenon 1I1Paul Before Felix Golden Text I wilt fear no evil for Thou art with mePa 234 Lesson VIII Paul Before Agrippa Golden Text Having therefore ob lamed help of God I continue unto this daylets 2022 Lesson IXThe LifeGiving Spirit Golden Text For as many as are led by the Spirit of God they are the sons of GOIInom 814 Lesson XPauls Voyage and Ship wreck Golden Test Then they cry unto the Lord In their trouble and He bringeth them out of their dis tresses Ps 10714 Lesson XLPaulat Home Golden Text am not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ Rom 11G Lesson XII Pauls Charge to Tim othy Golden Text There Is laid tip for me a crown of righteousness IL Tim 48- NOTES rAND COMMENTS One very notable thing brought out by the study of the early Christian church Is the broadening of the thought of the disciple At first it will be remembered the church con sisted of Jews and those Gentile proselytes who had fully accepted Juda ism They wanted all the world to be come Christians but thought it necessary that Gentiles should first con form to the riles and teachings of the law of Moses In spite of this idea however the Gospel gradually was extended among the Samaritan then to occasional devout Gentiles until the church at Antioch admitted all though with certain restrictions on the non judiclnl adherents Finally the Gospel was preached and the church opened to all who accepted Jesus an Lord and Saviour Coincident with the extension in thought was the extension in terri toryor a few years the church at Jerusalem was the only Christian church in the world Then ns per secution scattered the disciples other churches took root in other part of Palestine in Syria and then in Cacsarea Samaria Damascus and Antioch Tills latter city came In time to be a center of missionary activity and from there Paul and others made preaching excursions into the towns of Asia Minor Macedonia Greece and Italy It is even prob able that the Gospel was carried nil far westward as Spain southward Into Ethiopia jind eastward Into As syria Persia and possibly India All this occurred In something over 30 years Peter preached his great sermon on the day of Pentecost in A D 30 Paul died a prisoner in Rome A D 01 or 02 Allowing three years for the public ministry of Jesus Himself we see what wonderful strides were made all in the life of a single generation not possibly over 35 years In extent of time Eight years after the death of Paul Jeru salem was destroyed and that event saw Christianity n firmly established and growing religion founded upon the character and teachings of Christ made strong by the blood of many martyrs rirnpri from CnnPatience produces pence A safe tin Is n sure poison Greatness Is always gentle Vain the letter without thin life Sincerity is the best sermon against hypocrisyThe of our influence de ponds on tho depth of our earnest news Its no use for a mnn to pray to his father so long ns he preys on his brother It Is easier in know the way wo ought to go than to go in the way wo know Hams Horn uuu u uuu ARS tD C cne Give u wine ruby wine which It sparkles and glows And rivals In perfume the scent of the rose When It month Itself In Its smooth iron tIe way And adds to our pleasure the joy of Its sway And afterwards what Give us drink that Is stronger by far than red wine Its mildness mid blandness with scorn we decline Give us brandy to stir nil our blood to new life And drive out all thoughts of the worlds ntlrnnd strife And afterwards what Give us headnelics that drive all our seiUM away Give us woes without number through all the long day Give us sadness and sorrow and hot burning tears Give us days full of anguish and nights full of fears And afterwards what Give us angry contention and madness and strife Glv us Hjvertys darkness to blacken our life Give us wives In tho mad howe to curt uiand die Glue us sad hungry children with no plac to lie And afterwards what r Give us redness of ryes and sore weakness of sight Gives us noses that shine out like beacons at night Glr us limits full of weakness that reel as we walk And tongues that with babblings and fool ishness talk And afterwards what Give us visions of serpents and all creep lag things Of adders and vipers each one of which stings Give us scorpions and nettles wherever we lie And the darkness of death many years ere we die And afterwards what r Ole us souls that In error and crime have dippedFrom of godliness long has been stripped And a conscience that never shall stir us again Give us torments of darkness unending and then whatXallonal TO YOUNG MEN Tratliniiny of a lIlt Mnln Srna lop as to the llnlnuu luau ence of lcohol Some time ago in a prominent social club In nu adjoining city attended a distinguished gathering in celbra then of the twcutyflfth anniversary of a political event During the evening a very wellkuown United State speakbegan6Tthe time when this political event had taken place He recalled the men who with himself hind entered public life shortly before that time men of brilliant talents and high education some of whom had been class unites with hlm In college many of whom wcriTniuinbers of distinguished families who began with high pros pects and noble ambitions and then he said Almost all these men are dead and the majority of them died of drink The remark was made in a company of men who hall been drinking and tome of whom were drinking In the Interval of the talk There were u hundred wine glatfcrh around him and unless my memory Is ut fault the senator hind n wine glnw before him If not in his hand when he said It but It scented to me that I had never heard to strong a tem perance lecture ns was that These young men were the flower of the community the highest and the lest according to all our etnmlnnls of se lection fit to join In society and pub lie life fit to be useful for their fel low men and their country and with sincere purpose to make the best of their opportunity and of themselves and the majority had died of drink Not own of them had ever contem plated or dreamed of tucl a thing when they began their career Probably if such an ending had been held up before them they would have shrunk from it with the utmost horror Every one of them would have resented with indignation the sugges tlon that such an end could possibly conic to his career But there was the awful fact the majority of them hind died of drink The lights lied gone out the diamonds had turned to ashes the usefulness to waste the brilliant careers to disgrace the hopes of them selves and their friends had been de strayed the talents Mid the education the ability nnd the strength and tin manhood hail been overthrown quenched In everlasting darkness and burled out of sight The majority of thcmrlind died of drink It was not what they hnd expected It was not what they wished It was not what they deemed possible Hut this inside ious foe hnd deceived then mind the saying of the wise man coimx back with an awful tlgiilfiennee Whoso ever Is deceived thereby Is not wise Jinn John L Platt In National Advocate Hmmlilnr pod Lavr Bmmhlnc is like 11101lI1olcs everything shine with its own beautyt1llsonlA Berea College Founded 1855U PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN UEACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Iuu Applied Science Two Course with agriculture for young upon and Domestic Scionco for young Ladies Trndo Hchooln Crrpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal Courses For Teachers Throo courses loading to county Certificates Stnlo Cortificnto nut Stato Diplonm Academy Course Four years titling for College for busintvw and for Hfn College Gotiraos Literary Scientific Classical loathing to Uaccnlnurrt ate dogruoa Mimic Choral froe ilea Organ Vocal Piano Theory Wo aro horn to hole nil who will hull thonmolvos toward a Christian tdu cation Our instruction is n froo gift Students pay n small incidental fat to moot oxpnnHOH of thin school apart front instruction and must RIM pay for hoard in tulvnncp Expenses for term It Weeks tuny he brought wlthlu 1MOO about 115 to bo paid in advance Tho School in ondormxl by Baptists Christians Disciples oagr Kntiou alisls Methodists ProsbjrtnrintiH and good peoplo of nil denomination rf IMrORMUlU III UIE elf ADtlCf lUriiiUf ItCIf t WILL C GAMBLE Bcrca Madison County Ky More Weber Wagons have bens sold in Boron this year titan over before of any wagon in the name length of time WEBER is King of allt BICKNELL EARLY Sole Agts u mu NNNNNNNNNNNNINNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN N Madison County Roller Mills d tlHd14blel- Manufaclurcrs Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flourd- eihFlefsfflehi I Potts Duerson Whites Station K- yNWNMNNNNNwNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNINNNNNN f H mu n THEODORE JRI willstand my rogistorall REGISTERED NO t423 n Duroc Jersey soar at rujr homo in Berea Ky for the spring season of 1900 at 50 payable at time of dorvico Thin boar ill a very fine hog duringthoby some of the beet breedors in the county and has served in the herd of J W Herndon EARLYGUAnANII IRichmond Richmond UJL ILOI DISTANCE PHONE NO IIIICut Flowers and Designs lPlants REICHSPFARR Prop Ohio C IIThis College wan organized in 1815 anti the 0 Sennion begins about October arAoS Collotfo established in tho West It in coeduca urgery tional and has teaching corps of twenty in ddbetructors Its build ngs aro modorn and well to thin requirements of modern dental Drpalhnent of Dentistryeducation and its clinics are unsurpassed Ope University of Cincinnati and Fnll Courses in clinical instruc lion arts also jjirp- iiI3ForH further information and announce ment nddrran H H SMITH D D S Dean 114 OLa OLD AND NEW 0 for the old tlmeil We stretch across Ihe aF dlstanci Lager yfirnln hands hot with hi- hrarti lire 0 v nlihed duyit How fair ye are with iolor lllxtd with Imagination and desire O for the oUI friend Their fault are all forgotten From the far put their glances woo ui bright At the fixed atari that mock our asplra r 110tlona purple palpitating night It Ours are the new tlmea like feuds meet for the towing Let the hued bo bury icatKrlnR precloui aced In thrlr bosom lloi all that the soul reo qulreth hone upon by UoJ and quickened to our nod Ours theFatherLet u love them truly for the old frIend sake Lay up while we may treasures of affec tlon lancingbreakMary V tutu In flood housekeeping rThe Trouble ton the Torolito BY FRANCIS XYNDK- OopjlUbl UM br rnneU LjndJ Cii4u ruin IICOXTIMTIt Hack yonder In tin Tennessee hills wher I come Com he sold thiT tuna wtinst n feller fom the north at lowed ho Will agnlu to build hint u hotel on ihr mounting oboclIas ever r nnthrr he got sorter tired nod won out utter awhile odd quit nnd ther t aint no hc tell nr no railroad on that Iiithr mounting ylt- We hour filled In the Inferential i blank In thin parable and when Kil jore had dlrnppenrrd In the direction of the corral isail Jestingly There nn Idea for you If legal Offlnt fall you enn mobllltr your cowboy army nod drive them out by main ktrcngth nnd nwkwardnenn- Marphcrsnn laughed goodnatured ly If you were half an vindictive 11 you tulk youd be a holy terror Hut Im not going to fight At flrat I thought I shads with tire Win chMlrri if It came to that hut theyve been figuring around 10 litter that Ive hid u dinner to think It mrrnnd to change my mind I have pithetlcnlly ueute memory for detnlbi and It orrurred to me ul then tIt he luau spoken of the iclionlmistrviis an n peacemaker Iles 1I11 Sanhorn forbidden It I ftckcd with inaDce nforothotight- He wan singularly embarrassed for a man who hind made me more or leas his fiJua Aclrtitcs ounce our col legs days In the utility dormitory r nunre taking n good deal more for granted nl out Minn Snnborn titan the fnclll warrant he protest ed Of course i he la Interested on till aide of enec In a general way but mot Rut you would have me believe f that ale has no pcrannnl Interest In the matter I havent than plrasnre of her acquaintance but If that he thin case Ill venture to nay that ahe In not u very discerning young woman tow when 011 would sweat out the anemia antrnrnl or olherwliie of any son of Adam there lit no su dorific like n little abuse well rubbed In MarphemonM reply told me what I wanted to know and more Say you miiMlnt talk that way bout her old man I cant listen to it you know She is all thatll good and pure niulnwert ant Im that la to say It would hove been needlessly cruel to let him go on stumbling about In the limited vocabulary of the lover ill tiny6n I said c limit stultify yourself my dear boy bring her to me that I may bless you both before I go hence and p bo no more- Confound It nlll you will go on taking too much for granted lie broke in missing the predetermined pathos In the last phrase Cant you understand She In Miss San born to me yet and Im Mr Mac phfrrnn to her Thats the plain truth obit All in good time Angus my boy I ran understand that there are mile toneH oven in Lovers Ion And J can slat understand that If Miss Sanborn U on the aide of submission I cant incite you to rebellion Is that the faeU If you will put It that way I arfinnt fight at any rate There the matter came to the ground of its own weight and I took up the fleld glass to train it upon an other miniature whirlwind of dust homing across the valley I Thata Dan Connolly Kald Mac phernon when the dust cloud parted in the midst How can you tell at this dls lance lily the way he rides He was a Ptroorcr In her majestys Heavy Dragoons before he migrated nnd be cane a cowpuncher nun he Joekeya in his stirrups to this good day lie mwhats that It sounded like the fall of plank upon plunk but was enough of a t itportHiuan to recognize the crack of f heavy rifle Thereupon ensued a f quskk moving and stirring tableau y The horse df the approaching range t rider made n dmnl volt in nlr com untie down broadside in its tracks I j looked to see the extrooper flung headlong but the glass tdiowed hint to me flat on the ground behind the living breastwork withers of the bronco A thousand yards away at the black gash lathe Gringo a small v cavalcade was rtnlllhig Into tote park andout of It a horseman rode wav ing MM gun in till nlr as he came Macuhursnn stepped brink Into the bouse coming cut J gain quickly with his Winchester lily ins he said between his teeth If theyre going to begin by taking potshots nt us Now what the devil Is that follow trying to do Hasnt he got sense enough to know that Connollys only waiting till he gets in range The oncoming horseman lied slung his rllle nun was waving something white The man in the breastwork let him come up until he wan within easy killing distance nod then judg lug by the way In which the truce bearer dragged his horse to Its haunches the broncos garrison hud culled a halt There was n brief col loquyof some jiort not peaceful If the fieldglass were to bo trusted nnd gestures menu anything rind otI the end of It the mini with the white handkerchief galloped back to life company and led It by a wide detour around the Intrenched one Five molts ales later Connolly ambled up and dropped from his horse at the corral barsWhat was the row Dan Mae pherxon called Nothln worth the name of ut sorr It woe ony Mlsthcr Engineer IVyknnqav the Olcnlivat Lund Coompny bad cess to in poppln his gun over tic mend nv me to ask about the thrall Hi was HWeatln heejus an for wan tint Id ve put him out av hula mlsry I was that near to doln ut nnnyhowr- Macphersons mulle was the grin mest Its Gods mercy Connolly didnt kill him he said Ive known hint to do a worse thing on slighter provocation than that The little episode was to me like the sight of his first battle Is like to be to time soldier and my hones blelutnil water More over the spirit of prophecy collie up on me and I was fain to give It speech as one who hud advised a thought too rashly If thats the beginning of It Angus the middle part and this end Ing will be of violence I dont know lint tin schoolmaam is right after nllx What I hind In mind wax n legal fight You mean that Id better be prus pecting for the new range After youve driven the money bargain yes Therell be bloodshed If you dont- Ho laid the rifle across hU mines and the faraway look came buck In to the brown eyes of him I dont know he said slowly SomrhoXv I dont feel as sure about what I ought to do as I did n few minutes ago Are we a lot of out laws to be railed down like cHcnp log convicts I tried to turn It off In a laughs Its doubtless all one to tin engi veer Ho is probably from tin far east with fictional notions of west ern customs I shouldnt wonder if he thought that was the accepted method of calling a antis attention out here Where are you going Mncpherson hud risen to take his saddle from Its peg winder the wide raves believe Ill ride up the valleya place and see what has become of Milt He Isnt quite as hasty ns Dun Connolly but I wouldnt answer for him If that fellow tries to blllh him Shall put you to bed btfllrei go I suffered him and n little later through a chink In the ranch house wall saw him mount nod ride It must have been hours later when he returned The nun were snoring peacefully and the moon was pour Ing a flood of while radiance through the square window openings and the neverclosed door of the ranch house heard Macpherson stumble in and Illng himself into Ids bunk which was opposite mine When turned over to speak to him I hind n glimpse of his face In the moonlight and It brought me to my elbow with a sharp ejaculation of concern For heavens sake Angus whats the matter wth you Youre bliss hig youre hurt I lie rolled over quickly nnd hid his face after the manner of a petulant child and I heard something which sounded like a mumbled curse Never mind mf Im allrlnbtThe bronco stumbled You go to sleep CHAPTER III r A WORD AND A UIOV When I awoke on the morning fol lowing the day of rptKoilrx it Will late nnd the bunkroom was desert ed by all save the master Mncpher son was smoking peacefully and reading the papers brought all from Fort Cowan by Kllgoro anti hits greeting was cheerfully oblltcratlve of the overnight attack of illhumor The dregs of the morning to you I thought you were going to sleep the clock around How do youfeel this morning I feel as if I could punish u square meal What time Is it 1 Sine oclock and worse O- hAndylis the water boiling Yep came the nnswer from the cookhouse In the rear Put the eggs In and be ready to die It they come out hard And then to me You like em underdone dont you Yes Whets did you put eggs on the menu Last night Milt had you in mind and he brought them down from the settlement In fix hot A mist not of the atmosphere blurred the homely interior of the bunkroom for me Selfcontrol Is but n crater erust iu a well man and the hot lava of Illness thins It to the fracturing point If 1 were a 1111 child you fellown couldnt be more lovlngkiud to me Oh you ire The nfTectlonat- inalixun stuck In his throat and he made u hollow pretense of relighting Ills pipe which had not gone out When tin air was fairly blue with tohncvomnokc hi said Im going down to the fort today Want any thing es I want to know how the nightI1 making head In u dense cloud of thu pipes I hind hoped youd forget that lu snit after n turn or two Is it anything I ought not to know Not on my account but youve troubleR enough of your own A friends shave of yours wont make mine any heavier Uin not sure of that You ninny be Resides its only the details that are lucking you hind engineerIIt How did happen It happened because Its written in the book of fate that one of ua- IK to efface till other I think It bean to grind Itself Into me ycster day when that fellow rode out to parley with Dan Connolly If I be llered In transmigration I should say that wo had worried through some past avatar ns reddog and wolf Hut the broncostumble said I Im coming to that When I sandiest El Oato last night I lied It In mind to go and wrestlu It out with Seller for not keeping fiiith with me- A mile this side of the settlement I met Milt and when he told me that Wykamp was at Seller I killed time to give hums n chance to getaway What I had to say to Setter wouldnt brook witnesses- I cats Imagine When d reached the schoolhouse Miss Sanborn was locking up and I You stopped to talk it over with her On on She boards at the Setters you know nnd It struck me nil nt once thirst I didnt want her to meet thatf- chlon Wykamp I dont know why nnd I didnt stop to reason It out I made her sit down on the step of the tchoolhouiic nod we talked for an hour or more I should say When I thought I hind given Wykamp time to vanish I drew the line The moon was up and it was getting chilly nod I cant make Wlnlf Miss Sanborn believe that thin sleeves nod pneumonia are cause and effect nt this altitude Confound your digressions Will you never cone to the point All In good time We were half way to Srlters when I heard the en gineer coming He pulled his horse down to a walk when he saw us und I gave hm plentyof room him bend to stare at ua aa he paslirdi I LOST MY HEAD AND STRUCK HIM out before I knew what was happen ing he was blocking the waywith a sneer on his face and her name on his tongue She clung to me and tried to hide her face and hthelaughed Macpherson was living Itoernguln In the retelling and his hand some face was a study in righteous wrath I could easily imagine that the engineer would never know how nearly he rind laughed his life away Yes he laughed and said I told you the world wasnt going to be big enough for you to hide in Wont you Introduce me to your friend She began to cry at that and I lost my head of course and struck him lie came back nt me with the butt of his whip I think calling me a name that made her out to beGod help me Jack I cant go over U nil again In cold blood Dont try I can finish it You killed him and youre going to Fort Cowan to give yourself up Is there a lawyer this side of Denver with brains enough to defend you lie shook his head No I didnt I meant to hilt she got between us She was half crazy with grief and fright ns she hind a right to be but out of her passionate Incoherence I managed to pick this that Wykamps life was not mine to take that I of nil men In the world must spare and slny not even if the blood of a kins man should cry out for vengeance Just at this point In Mncphersons narrative Andrew the Mild came in with my breakfast When he went away I sRltltoWns that all About all I dont think Wykamp heard much of what she was trying to say lies hind n look down the gullet of n fortyfive and had lost his nerve He made out to climb Ids horse after a frantic plunge or two and rode away mind then I took Winifred home Did she say anything to clear It up Not a word And I didnt have the heart to nslr quest Ions ns you sissy imagine She wns too deep in misery to talk and youll under Htbud from what Ive told you that she has not yi raen me the right to be Inquisitive There are Sonic things in this world that need to be taken for granted Ilut what Is your theory I havent any I have or rather its n horrible suspicion He stopped and put his hand on my shoulder omit I wondered If he hnd read my thought Keep It to yourself lack he said with his dims niiilvcr Ive about all I can stand just now If you knew her you wouldnt ray sus plclon Are you safe tc leave for n day or two Of course I nm And youd better be olT If you expect to reach Cowan by daylight Im gone Take care of yourself and just play the outfits yours Tho boys will nurse you to tine queens taste If youll let them Goodbye- To He Continued THE SUSPECTED CUSHION Ki rrlrnpi nf n Yoiinur American Lady iTllli a Rrrntnn Cu tIII Omrlal A friend of mine had a most em bnrnsKlng experience In Freiburg IniIIivlNgau She had recoiled a no tice announcing the arrival of a package from Knglnnd and request ing her presence ut the fiendquar tern of the octroi writes the author of Continental ChitChat The lady with im she was staying was un aisle to accompany her and Miss n bing In n hurry for the ball dress which the parcel contained started off bollllulonl notwith standing her exceedingly limited knowledge of German liter keep ing her waiting some considerable time one of the employes deigned to hunt up the package She watched thin unceremonious handling of her dainty gown with In ward qualms ns he shook out tho folds Suddenly n vivid blush over spread her face as she saw the man examining n small cushion which was sewn under till back drapery of the skirt ladles who recall the fasjiloni of n few years ago will remember the article in question The pres cues of two students In the olllce nnd the evident interest they wera taking in her affairs did not lessen her embarrassment either hind the cushion bees stuffed with all manner of contraband goods instead of in nocent horsehair she could not have- felt more uncomfortable Every word of German seemed to fade from liner memory and not a syllable could she utter to allay the officials ants picions The burning flush deepened as he ripped open the cushion omit exposed the horsehair to the publio gaze mind an Intense longing took possession of her to box the cars of conIvnfsinssme ing her adventure and If those two fellows arc at time ball I dont know what I shall do I believe they were there but Miss G who was a- very pretty girl and always had hosts of partners managed to enjoy herself amazingly all the same SHE FOUND THE RECIPE It Dad linen Lot In the Faintly IllbU and the Mlnlitrr llroa M It to Unlit My wife will be careful hereafter how hhe takes liberties with the truth cald Tones with a grin re lates the Detroit Free Press Wa hud our minister with us the other day for dinner and the conversation turned upon absentmindedness and my better halt had to tell her story I am dreadfully absentminded snip she I remember some six or seven years ago a friend of mine gave me her celebrated recipe for mak lug jam When I reached home I carefully put it nway where I would be sure to rind it when I wanted It Rut do you know a few weeks later when I needed it I couldnt remember for the life of me where I had put it and to this tiny I have never been able to flint It After dinner rite turned to Rev Mr Thirdly and said sweetly Would you mind reading a chap ter in the Bible We snake It a rule to read at least one chapter every nightThis statement caused me to look at her in surprise for it was news to me The reverend gentleman consent ed graciously and she brought the fancily lllble which she had carefully dusted and placed in a conspicuous spot before he had arrived As he turned the leaves a paper fluttered to the floor Goodness gasped my wife u she picked it up not realizing how her words were going to sound after her somewhat pious statement it Is that recipe for jam r air for Thnnkfolnr Prevus to de amalgamation obdla yer collectshun observed the pastor uh spoke at some lengf upon de sub jre lib fhallksglbbln- In shah po waynh endeavored fo to pint out de various whys an whar fos slat sits yer flock should be raisin Its voice ln praise din glorious mnwnln an ah hcd hoped de result would lint been a trifle moo apparent in de sign ob de olterln Howebber Bust in recountln de many fln ifo which members ob dis gudclerin otighter be thankful it seems slat ah neglected one sinner Here the reverend gentleman looked about and held up in trill view a shin fog suspender button which be had taken from the plate Ah refer said he to de gemmnn what put dls In de collectshnn oughter be thankful ah dont IIII who he uui llarpeva Btuar t 1 J WIRELESS SYSTEM ON SHIPS rise Amrrlrnii llnr of Slcnnicr In lulnll tppnrntu n brrrrnl of UN SSennrr- flit Amrrlciin line which has mad for MIIIIC time the Marcoul wireless telegraph system In operation on the- 8111I1IIhll riiilndflphia Issued n handsomely Illustrated circular show ing ruts of tin Miirriint station and of the St Louis at MM iiniioiinclng Its determination to equip the St Louis the St iiul and the Sew York at once with the h sttllI In addition to the facilities otTcroil to passengers In the way of sending or receiving telegrams while nt sea ar rangements lone heron made with news companies for supplying current news which will be sent by wlreles tele graphy to enstboiind btenmers from tic Ioldhu station on the cosat of Knglnnd and to westbound stenmrxa froth the Sinsconset station Nuntuck et The steamers of the lines when tilted with the wireless telegraph np Jlnrlltllll will be practically In continu onus communication with either shore stations or with pasting steamers SHADOW EXPERT ENGRAVER Care Which I Taken When n Xemr Sent tlr She Unlleil Mnlei U to III olllrI Secret service operatives will shortly arrive nt Philadelphia to shadow Max eitler an expert hcinldlc en graver Not tint Mr Zcltler has done wrong but he is about to recuf the great seal of the hulled States amid the government during this process employs n greater force of inspectors to keep an eye on the single workman than in the construction a 5000000 battleship The firm to which tine contract fur the seal has been let was compelled to name the engraver when it bid for the work This exaction Is required so that the necessary protections maybe afforded to the design which is ex pected from Washington in a few days for the guidance of the engraver Time new seal also will be carefully guarded The present teal has become so worn by years of constant use that the new one will be completed to replace it as soon as passible- TELEPHONES FOR PATIENTS Pbllailrlpliln llnipltnl take II fo- Ible fur Sick One to VUlt with mutant Friend Within n day or two it will be pos sible for a patient in the Methodist hospital iu Philadelphia to talk from their beds with relatives or friends outside of the Institution und to re ceive messages directly froth those who for various reasons might be de per50nI the installation of a new telephone system connecting each building word and private room in the hospital When the system is in use a patient whose condition does not prohibit his par ticipating the benefits of the scheme may converse freely with anyone who Is in touch wltlf a telephone either in the IItor at points hundreds of miles away Exactly So Those old maids who assembled in New York the other day sneered at President Itooscvelts remarks con cerning large families and said that he had no business to tnik about the love liness of having children because he was not a mother and therefore lacked the experience necessary to discuss the subject Intelligently Still says the Chicago HecordHerald it would seem that the Did maids have little to brag of concerning this kind of exocrienea MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Juno 22 CATTLErCommon 3 15 4 25 Butcher steers 4 80 4 85 CALVESExtra 6 25 HOGS Ch packers 610 6 20 Mixed packers 5 90 O 6 10 SHEEPExtra 4 00 4 10 LAMBS Extra 6 60 6 75 FLOURSpring pat 4 15 4 45 WHEATNo2 red 40 79 No3 winter 78 CORNNo2 mixed 5- 4OATSNo2 mixed 43 RyENo2 0 58 HAY Ch timothy 19 75 PORK Clear family 19 00 LARDSteam 8 20 BUTTER Ch dairy 0 13y Cbolce creamery 0 23 APPLESFancy zS 50 3 75 POTATOESNew 3 25 0 375 TOBACCONew 4 60 11 75 Old 6 00 9 10 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 3 55 O 3 70 WHEATNo2 red 77 79ys No 3 spring 75 0 76 CORNNo 2 mixed 50 5- 0OATSNo2 mixed 40ft 4- 2RyENo2 52 PORK Mess 16 8216 85 LARDSteam 8 70 872a New York FLOURWin strts 3 70 d 3 80 WHEATNo2 red 84 CORNNo mixed 68y OATSNo2 mixed 43V RYEWestern 58i PORKFamily 019 00 LARDSteam 9 05 Baltimore WHEATNo 2 red 79y 8- 0CORNNo2 mixed 56 56 OATSNo3 mixed Q 39 CATTLEButchcrs 5 25 0 5 30 HOGSWestern Q 85 Louisville WHEATNo2 red 4t 80 CORNNo3 mixed 56ta OATSNo 3 mixed 41 PORK Mess Gil 50 LARDSteam Q 900 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red fD 7- 7COHNNo2 mlxelll 6ojta OATSNo 2 U 37 1 r5IFall into linefand order your new spring suit from the great OakEasel of STRAUSS BROTHERS- Good TaIlor for 26 Year CHICAGO From start to finish good qual ity is the predominating feat Ibyhouse No detail is too small to be given careful attention your perfect comfort their sole aim Call at IIIstore and look over the splen did assortment of 500 latest and nobbiest patterns We will quote you prices that will inter I eat you Your satisfaction as always absolutely guaranteed g J J BRANNAMAN Agent- Heron Kentucky Tax on Bable Extreme hot weather is a great tax upon thus digestive power of babies when puny and feeble they shouldIbe given a few doMts of Whited Cream Vermifuge the childrens ton ic It willstimulate and facilitate the digestion of their food so that they soon become strong healthy and active 25c at East End Drug Cos t We promptly obtain u S and Foreign u Do You Enjoy What Too rat If you dont your food does not do you much good Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is thus remedy that every one should take when thero is any thing wrong with the stomach There ia no way to maintain the health and j strengthof 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 wil- let down and disease will set up Nn appetite loss of strength nervous nose headache constipation bad breath sour rising rifting indigestion dyapepbia and all stomach troub lee are quickly cured by the use oq Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Sold by EasttEnd Drug Co Orders fo- rRegal Shoes Watchand clock repairing are the specialties of Agency forMa N Laudry Take all your troubles to him Work guaranteed k EARLY RISERS THE FAMOUS LITTLE PILLS For quick relief from Biliousness Sick Headaches Torpid Liver Jaun dice Dizziness and all troubles aria ing from an Inactive or sluggish liver DoWltts Little Early Risers are un promptly and never gripe They are so dainty that It Is a pleasure to 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 absolutely harmless They tonic the liver DEALER SurrLY Itu ritrtito IT r KCDW1U ac Co Chicago 4 rf- II THE CITIZEN I H+H I H I lIH+HJHHHHHHKJf tHIH FIFTY YEARSE 1 Father Rogers speaks at the soth Anniversary of the Berea Church 1 H+1H t+H t1HzH HIIHH + +H+H+HIIHI Tho visit of Dr and Mrs Roger was the groat feature of Commence t mont thin year In spite of time and hardships both of them appeared vigorous and full of life In Inc they wore among the youngest peopl to be soon The greetings of thei oldstudents were very delightful and it is n good thing to have tin veterans take a holiday and tell the r t early experiences We have still to publish much important matter that was brought out on this great occasion but we give our readers this week the j principal thoughts in Bro Rogers address THE ADDRESS I am glad that the day when w come together tc consider the history of this Church is Pentecost the birth day of the Christian Church of the world Rejoicing in this glorious gift of the Holy Spirit we shall be it less danger of any selfish narrowness when wo fix attention on things pertaining to ourselves Though it is a very small portion of the whole church we have met tc consider we should make a greal mistake if we thought it of little t value carefully to examine its history and learn it various lessons It is a part of no human organization nc mere association of persons for mut ual help but a Divinely informed organism indwell by the Son of God though this indwelling has been hind ered yet the gates of hell have not prevailed against the church as a whole or this little branch of the churchBrethren I do net invite you to d join in congratulations over our past wisdom and heroism but rather to 4 join in confession and humiliation and also to greater joy than that of personal triumph in seeing how the Lord bath triumphed This organization as a Kentucky church of the 19th century has its peculiar traits and characteristics Kentuckys climate and soil conspired to make it the home of men and women unsurpassed for physical beauty frankness courage hospitality and good comradeship qualities which form a natural basis for a church which if fully instructed in all truth and abiding in Christ will make one of unusual excellence Yet those same people if they look I at the church simply as a means by which man may get to heaven and regard the main thing as joining the church rather than growing when i- nitif such notions prevail church life will be at a low ebb In the early history of Kentucky the sentiment of liberty was strong and this spirit manifested itself and provided for the Berea church in the midst of difficulties and persecutions In 1807 there was a Baptist Associ ation that refused fellowship nith slave liolders The Presbyterian Synod iu 1S31 issued a very able man ifesto against slavery The immedi ate founder of Berea Brother Fee a l native of Bracken County was distinguished as an antislavery champion when be came to this part of the State at Gen Clays invitation ago 1Thebeginning of this church is ed in the Manual of the Church In the month of September 1853 at a meeting conducted by Rev J G Fee and the Rev W B Fisk in what was known as the Glade Meet ing House Madison County Thomas J and Frances Renfro his wife William Wright and Martha Wright his wife George West and Helen West his wife John Burnham Sr Wm Stapp Jemima Tatum and Amanda Walters on profession of their faith in Christ all having 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 Renfro was a quiet but avery strong man free from pretense calm judicialclearsighted seeing the main point in any questionable to defend his belief with clear ideas He was willing to step to the front and be peculiar and 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 t Alexander Campbell whose preach ing had made a great impression ins Kentucky- I 1 IR r The Providence ol God providei for the mw church foster mother iu the American Missionary AHHOC fUiouun undonomhintioiial Christina organization imbued with a strong antislavery sentiment which gave to Bro Fee and the early founders or Berea assistance without which thou work woud have been impossible Tho starting of this little church m the brash reminds me of tht first visit of Paul and Silas to Philippi Ii was a small beginning but ithaslivet and had its part in the overthrow of slavery and establishing a collegi whichcommands the admiration or the Presdient of thu United States and many of the wisest and IK st or the land I am not bore to give praise lo men but rejoice to pay my tribute to the courage fidelity and peisiRlenco ol Bro Fee whom the Lord rabei up to do a needed aud all important work a man who could not bo turned aside from what he thought to he duty any more than the sun from lit courseMr Fisk prtached to the nuns church for a year and then Mr Fee became its pastor and remained no for more than forty years The church found the first homo of its own in the public schoolhouse on the site of our present district school iu a dense thicket penetrated only by a few paths The building was a simple rool11lS by 24ft covered with rival boarils uuplastored anti tin painted But it was a shelter and here beside a strong table the gospel trumpet was sounded by Mr Fee and others Soon various helpers came students from Oberlin College who worked with Mr Fee luring their vacations iu Madison and other eouiitien George Candee whoso very presence inspired confidence Otis B Waters who had unusual merits as a teacher Win E Lincoln whoso early life was spent in England John White son ora Methodist minister near Cincinnati Richardson a mat 3f most gentle spirittruo and luilh rill men and valuable helpers It was some years before ministers in good mil regular standing in Kentucky of my denomination would risk their reputation by preaching at Berea a place everywhere spoken against Dlher libertyloving churches of a few members were planted round- abOut but the intense opposition put them under ban and the utmost of fort was necessary to keep them from lying Tho excitement iu all parts of the laud on the subject of slavery was increasing aud bleeding Kansas was sending forth her cry to the world At Dripping Springs Crab Orchard and other places Bro Fee was dragged from the place of preaching and his life threatened This reign of terror reached climax with the mob at the Big Bend of the Kentucky River but the courage of tbe Bereans never failed It was in these days of darkness hat Bro Fee wrote to me urging me to come from the Northern part of the State where I then was to Berea In the previous year I had resigned my pastorate in a neighboring State to jivo myself to some missionary educational work in Eastern Kentucky- I must not pause to describe those first services after my arrival Bravo is they were few Kentucky men dare xl to come out to the meetings of the Berea church but there were groat ipiritual refreshings even in those troublous times As assistant pastor I was not in agreement with Bro Foe- m all points of Christian truth and many long Uisscussious were held which in no wise diminished our lover hindered our working together As pastors our heaviest trials were like those which almost broke the heart of Paulwhen he wrote all those in Asia have turned away from me Dumas hath forsaken me having loved this present world But the success of the school was such that in September 1818 it was rganized on a collegiate basis by leading ministers and members of the lee churches in Kentucky It was lot an appendage of the church or in my way amenable to it yet it was an mtgrowlh of the work of Christian fissions iu Eastern Kentucky amide signal to supplement it and help it forward The glory of Berea has been that the church and college have fone on hand in hand in mutual love md helpfulness In the fall of C9 occurred the John Brown raid in Virginia whichstirred ip great hostility against Berea tuaiuly from those at a distance wl knew little of the real spirit of the plnce Tho prominent Bereaus woro exiled from the State but they dt parted full of hopo iu the ultima triumph of the church and the sclro Iu 1SV2 an attempt was madn to roo vivo tho work which was interrupte by tho Confederate invasion of hen tucky Butt tho war was n soonr oiidcd than Hnrun arose from Iltr nHliiVjnndlinr oxils camnhomi Who we went out wo road tho XX XVI Itinlm whoa wo canto buck wo Rang tho CXXVI IWlm Thou was our mouth filled with laughter and our tongue with flinging Tho Lori hath doiii great things for whereof are glad1 Tho admission of colored student to tho school created n froth uprOAr Many students left nnd for n timo it seomrd to tho hhort sighted IH if fail lire must still bo tho lot of Bores Hut tha lenders felt that they wen following their Master ill kiiulnes and courtesy to all anti esiHKially to tluyneoknud lowly They warned thos who would oxpoe themselves to tho awful rebuke of tho Lord when 110 should stir inasmuch as vs have roo fused to open tho door of kuowledg 10 ono of tho Tenet of these my broth ren yo Imvo refused to open it to Me So the church has given its test tunny to tho guilt and roily of tho spirit of caRto whether in India or rinonin iu Turkey or KUMMF whether against pariahs or JOWH black or white Tho opposition to tho church nut school lecano of HH position ill this rwpetl Rradually diminished Snv families were continual outing iu aunt Borea has leer jalltcring momentum As tho school and churl It grow wi hully turned our feet for worship to ho firstcollegoclmpol ahigh sound ngnameforapoor structure Swinging partitions used on weekdays lot ichool purposes wore removed Oil Sundays to give room for tho wor ihipping congregation But it steel erod n motley congregation nnd wit tossed many scones or refreshing At different times there would lx onio who would wish to draw oil rom tho one church and mako a lit tie church by themselves Somotimei it would bo to form a colored church ometiuiuH n Hoptist or Methodist Almost nil however lilt that flit itritngth of tho Bona church was ill ils unity TIm heart of Bro Foo wai sot on union anti ninny will remembei how strong and abundant wero his orpions for its promotion Tho union of Christians to the fullest extent possible is in my mind out of tho three special things which this hutch has Ifeeu called to labor and lImy for and to do this by prayer by iiulual love by wise action towards all churches and especially those nest coiitingiiotis as tho Providence or God snakes practicable- Prayormoolitigsaro often thngimge- I tho spirituality of tho church ud all tho prayer mooting after the return of thin exiles hud a wondrous utorest Those who attended them aroly wont away without a souse that the Lord Ilimsolf had mot with them brethren who prayed together could sadly fail to have a largo measure ol brotherly lovo Tho church has always been active in mission work and might almost be said to have boon a church on horseback its ministers and BO many of its nembers wore so constantly in the addle holding Sunday schools and preaching in a largo number of the schoolhou ell iu Madison and contiguous counties Soon after tho restoration of the church canto up the question of the ise of an organ in church worship The discussion continued for many months and the organ was not used for a long time after tho majority fav- red its introduction for we all be toyed that harmony of feeling was moro important than harmony ol oiceFrom tho beginning n largo ruin ler of students have been memborc of this church Our failures wore ninny If wo had some love for each other in tho local lurch there was a deplorable lack of love for the church universal iu all her members with but a feeble souse that all named with Christs name were really allhrethrou Though much Wall said of baptism and the Lords upper yet we hind only a feeble BUBO of their significance and of Jurists promise to come again and fill tho world with blessing I have said too little of the services of our sisterhood who from the beginning have been as solf denying and important to tho work if not as conspicuous as those who stood in the forefront of this battle As the years rolled on other help a ers came until this day I have sup posed you wished me to speak of the earlier times and even of these I have said but little We are glad to he follow workors with you of later time And if our lot was to dig iu tho form datious wo njoico that it is yours to add story after story to the edifice Wo pray that what wo boiran in weak strouglhIUIIIQ our who has watched over this place lor good day and night for fifty years to save from destruction to lift us up when wo wero ready to parish to cheer ns whim faint und weary amid ready to despair Wo thank Him not us a God afar ofT and as unknown but as ono who knows us and whoa wo know who loves us and whom we lovoAs you know DorM and all who live hore are dear to me and I an doubly happy to hero at this timo And now in view of my calling anti white hair I hopo you will not doom it presumptuous or immodest if I hid you nil Goth speed Godspeed you citizens and students who were pert at tho beginning Godspeed to you their children and grandchildren I bid you Godspeed who came later to cheer anti help 1 bid you Godspeed later professors and teacher and students and friends I am glad to know some of you and wish I OodIIIPItlIthis place and especially tho pastoi this church which long has stood lor a lM HC3ii light on this hill bid you Galt pearl whom it was my great privilege to consecrate tc this high ollico of tho Prenideucy ol this College W prayed then that you might not faint under the bur dons whidlll1ullt necessarily rest up on you burdens which have proved greater than those which we foresaw but whirl havo been precursors of far greater achievements than we druamed of May lot bless us all and mako us evirmoro of one mind and ono heart NATURAL SMUGGLERS Women Cannot or Will Not Understand the Customs Laws While ho admits that our customs regulations are odious and moro rigid than those of any other country in tho world Willfam K Curtis declares that tho greater purl of the trouble of which returning travelers complain is duo to their own fully in endeavoring to elude tho vigilance of the inspectors for people who aro detected in tricks alwuy have to pay the penalty He says People cannot he made to under stand that every article they have purchusedabroad no matter what or for or what they paid for it must he taxed according to the laws of congress If it is only a glove or a or a 111Ieif it were brought in by the carload That law was made by congress antI not by the inspector who meets you at the dock or the collector of customs to whom he is subordinate or tho secretary of the treasury who frames the regulations But aver age travelers seem to he unable to get it out of their minds particularly the worsen that the inspectors who examine their trunks aro im pertinent and offensive intruders Travelers returning from can get through tho customs easily and cheerfully if they will exercise a little patience and be honest and candid If they are looking for trouble they can find plenty of it but it is a great deal better for them to accept the situation obey tho law anti avoid quarrels with the in spectors lime latter are required to per form a disagreeable duty They aro employed by the government to pro vent smuggling and their living as well as their reputation depends uon their vigilance Most of them uro experienced anti shrewd detectives who are accustomed to deal with people who are trying to evade tho law and the payment of their just dues They aro naturally sus picious No ono could serve many months as a custom house inspector without having his faith in human ity and especially in the feminine gender entirely dispelled Women are natural smugglers They can not or will not understand the law Vetatam EBillage One can begin to feed silage from the top of the silo as soon as cutting ceases or the material way bo left un tII needed in winter time says Breeders Gazette The silo should be ar ranged to have such diameter that from an Inch and a halt to two Inches ot silage will be fed off the top each day It less than this amount U fed off trouble may arise from the exposed silage starting to I at und mold It so much as an Inch and a half or two Inches la fed off dally then the silage material at the surface U always fresh aqdla good condition i 1 TO SWEETEN BUREAUS How to lake sachet Iliuilcm of Lailluv Iraaraare- A sachet of long lantlng frncranc can bo uiuilc by keeping the peels or lemon tint conic lute the liouxcholi nnil mixing them with caraway wed says the Clncliinutl Commercial Trlli uneTnki unit nn ounce of the powderei seeds and luilf Htuul of tit powder cl Iettsm peel The pcclliiuH can be ground In nil onllnury kitchen coffee mill Mix the two powder well together snit over It nil our n mixture of nn and onehalf drums of oil of lemon pee unit throe OIIIICCH of till of ieriuiiiot flits makes n ilulnly powder rllr sachet to use In the liiirenn drawer then closets hatboxe Imndkcrchlc calves Via A rather expensive sachet butt oat that pays well for the making U corn peel tlaiM Oil or patchouli one titult dram 011 of rose geranium onehalf drum nttn of ruses onehalf druid oil of Mituiliil wood one dram oil of lavender out dram oil of cloves onehnlf drum ull of bcrpimot three onehalf drams extract of musk one baif dram tIt well and add to two drams of this com IHiiiiul OttO ounce of ixiwdcrcd orris- root one drum of Tomjuln beans timid two outlets of sifted pine sawdust this U n favorite uachct for veil roll and blouse boxes The perfumu inn be renewed by dropping iMvimlonally n few drops of tb scented on the sachets How lu Purr Pr of Mange If your cat hllll the mange mix sal phur and land lulu n paste cud rub well tutu the parts affected Continue thl1 treatment until the cat lit cured An other cure for the mange U to take elroleuin ointment or lard a third ns much sulphur make tutu n mnootl paste and rub well title the skin porn patting on the fur will not help ho thin four or live times a day llunr lu MfuA Torn Cinrtnrnti There are several ways of darning n rent In a garment ns there are seventh different kinds of rents The relit known the barn door a Throe cor nervd cut or tear Is perhnpi the mutest dltllcult Ijiy under It a piece of the name material taking n square Iln Inch larger each way theft the tear and haute this down on the wrong side smoothly mid firmly Take a threat of ns nearly ns possible the BHUH color and llneness an the woof of the cloth and work hack and forth across the rent with the omallest of runnliit stltchc Never try to darn even In henry cloth with a curse needle suit always use ns Une a one will tarry the thread you have elected to mxr When ell ts darned turn on thin wrung tilde trim off the superfluous patch leaving only a fourth of nn Inch each stile of the rent and press neatly with n warm Iron on the right stile laying n piece of damp muslin between the goods and the iron How to Mukp Krrnrh Cur The peculiarly delicious flavor of cot tee as served by the French hoiitess is tall to lit due to the fact that when routttlng the heats she covers It very slightly when dune with melted butter nnd sugar Instead of egg as Is often dune lu this country How lo Clean Hrrrrhaum Ilpn One who has a beloved meerschaum pipe may be glad to learn just low to cleanse It In n very simple way with out Injuring the beautiful coloring which con only be produced by faithful attention to my tady Nicotine Place the pipe lu n shallow pun mid cover it with cold sweet milk Iet the milk come slowly to the boiling point over u coal Ore und then let It boll gently for a few moments This U Maid to be thu only method of cleansing u meerschaum pipe which will not ut the same hue Injure tilt coloring Haw tn Cure Catarrh Bait will cure catarrh if used persistently Make a solution as strong us can be easily borne amid snuff It up Into one nostril at a time retaining it there a second or two it should bo used three times a day and the water must be slightly warmed How to Krai stain Spots will often yield to chloroform when If gasoline were used n mark would be left on the goods ns Is often the case with delicate silks and satins Bind stains will disappear If first dipped In kerosene before washing In soap and water Muriatic acid will take out Iron rust Where a fabric that III too delicate to bo put In the wash tub receives blood status wetting well with lukewarm water and rubbing firmly with a elena cloth will dissipate the stains It persisted In How to Clean Uorran Drawer In sponging out bureau drawers and those of sideboards use tepid water containing a 1 per cent solution of car belle acid or If preferred uso a small quantity of thyiueiio lu the tepid wa ter Instead of the acid How to Clean Bran dTo clean brass beds and chandeliers use the following recipe Powder and sift rotten stone then mix some soft soup and oil of turpentine until it is like stiff putty then dry When using Irst wash with hot water thou rub with the above dampened with water then rub with a rag and polish with leather and your bras beds will look exactly like new How to neatoTe Mildew To remove mildew mix lemon juice with salt powdered starch and lottI- OUp Apply with a brush and lay In the tan or you may rub soap on the pots scrape chalk on them moisten nd lay In Uw aua J Rq Aolrnal Story Nor Little Poll- ee3ranesCourtship The Widow Owl was sltttni on the stump of un old tree curly one evening when who should conic alone but gal hint Mr Crane Ho made his best how had wltdicd her tilt best of health Tho wlilow wild Hhu was fcclluj well IIOllll1l1tJtlltf It really sounds as If you were In love I nut In love Mrs Owldeeply In tort rcplfiJl this IOIIK legged bird t thought so said the widow And with whom are you In love With you widow with you an iwercd the cram tenderly Oh myl exclaimed the widow Yes I am In hurt with you con IU IX LOVK limes OWl tlnucd the crone and I want you toflit my wife You are the fairest male In tilt 111111Itad you Join are the ImniUonifitttlilntc know Theo will you be mine cried the era no Alas I can never bet replied the widow Why not dear heart he asked You live In the day and I live at night Our paths must ever be reps rnlcIcrane pug u tear from his eye lint I will be a sUter to you added thu intlAo Animal Story Per Little Polkat J The Divided Apple Mr Pic and Mr lost met one slay under nn apple tree sad after they haJ bidden each other icood mornlni Ihrjr turned their eyes toward the upper hranchr to see what amount of fruit was on the tree And what do you suppose they newt Only one apple lint such a tine rlVIIapplu It was anti large enough to uiakw up for any iniiiilnT of smaller pieces of fruit Will you do me a favor asked the pig of the gent What Is III asked the goat Wont you butt up against this tree as hard an you can and shake that apple down for met Oh lot idea the goat I was just KultiK to ask you to rub up OKalnut this tree ns hard as you could as to shake that tipple down fur me- No Ill not shake It down for youIbut Ill shako It down for myself said the pig If you do Ill get It and pat It answered the gout but I think that Ill have to butt the tress no as to get the apple for myself If you do Ill get U and eat It re plied tin pig 80 they both went to work to think of a plan that would Insure their get tint the apple After awhile thu Koatfsnit Ill tell you what well do You rub against the tree and Ill butt the treed WILL YOU DO UK A FAVO r ASKED TUB no and when the apple falls we will run to thu stint and the Urat ono to gut there may have the The pig agreed 11111111Iwork The goat could and the pig rubbed ns hard as hu could The tree shook aud down came the apple Bath of taw animals rushed for it and they got there about the same time The apple iu falling had split to halves and each of the animals grabbed a half Well that was the best way out ot our controversy after all said the goat munching his halt of the apple I believe It was assented the pig as be chewed on his half Flttsburg Dispatch j GRANDMAS DERRY PIE lIlike to co to drnndmas when vacation t days come round She lets me play In thtt hay and roll upon nrounl1IJ boys like me and gives em lots to tnt And says she doesnt mind It It a fellows tooth In sweet- 11cr thinK lire nlwayn homemade and theyre better than you buy You ought to taste for Instance some of ClranJinas berry pit SIH keen It In the pantry way up on the second shelf And when youre good the tells you you can go and help yourself I climb up on the burrel and cut a great 111Ithe red Juice costs ut rnyt It look nice J try to mind my ps and as an Grandma nays I should If your reward Is berry pie It pays you to be good Pom days I Rnshln In MacMurrys pool for pJill And llrandn my dinner tall with things she tinowi I like 1 bait my hook and throw It In and watch till by and by 7Iseem to grow real hungry for a piece of berry pie And as I sit upon the bank and wait and watt and wait I wonder If the nth would bite with Orand raaH pie for bait Clara Loupe Angel In Good Housekeep I InC AS MESSENGERS IPIGEONS Hitrnalvrly al lll pnleh IB bp A entire of Con llnrntal Kurapr I Yearly ever Kuropean nation line reallrtl the usefulness of the pigeon icrmany Austria Prance Itussln Italy and Iortugal have their mill j tary pigeon posts It WON the FrancoGerman wnr that first opened the eyes of military au ithoritlea to thn possibilities of this of sealing mesiagcs Dur ing the siege of Paris no fewer than lOOOO olllclnl dispatches were sent by pigeon post as well an 100 VK jirlvate inennges and 100000 francs In postal orders Photography was pressed Into the service of this pigeon post the messages being photograph don inlnuto fllini which were no light that a single bird could carry 30000 words It was calculated that if nil the messages carried by pigeons during the lege had been written out LETTING TUB PIGEONS FLY in ordinary hand writing they would liavc filled 200 good slzed volliiuei At the prenent tlino Qcriunny In far beyond other countries In the mill Inry use of pigeons There Is a big loft nt Cologne of about 400 to pigeons which In In direct eomtntml ration with Merlin nnd there lira similar lofts At nil the big fortresrcii It In generally reckoned thnt 20 blots are needed for ono section that IN to say for birds required to Jlj in one direction only and an ad ditional 160 birds for each new see lion Thus a loft of 200 pigeons Is iiocownry for communicAtion In three directions In the cOlin of siege nnd nlloxvlrlg for accident tnllltiiry an tlmrllliM regard an eMahllithincnt of 200 pigeons nil sufficient to keep tip communion tlon with thn outside world for six months Tho number of pigeons loaned for each men sage would be three and tills would allow for two IIICKKIIKCII a week for 26 weeks It In time general opinion of most military authorlllen that 100 miles idionld he about tho limit of distance which a bird should be called upon to fly but in clear weather pigeons have been known to cover 4 200 inllea nt the rate of nearly 30 mile an hour A noteworthy per formance was that of four military pigeons which flew from Lisbon to 1nrrM A distance of 000 miles Tlte Oermann have greatly Improv- edt the training of the birth The J Tv ee carry them on the march for many miles go they can bt used in avrtaAl warfare for carrying men sntfren from the advance guard back to the base The pigeons are carried 1rby BMUDted men In a kind of breast equipI9ped with a folding fleldcage Title la used when the birds need to be fell or to give them a teat nnd cnn afterward be folded up and carried on V s back The men grow very fond of t Sr charges And the birds In their tnr become very attached to r their mUlta X masters Cincinnati Commercial Tribune Mass IMUllna top Labor It ia estimated that the recent in creeae in the pay of railroad em ployea throughout the United States aired 660000 men Involving a early wvUay fcr 19W GII33 Oooo r aa BRIGHT INDIAN GIRLS Qnnnuli Chief of Corannclie ylai Two Daughter Who Are Thoroughly Civilised Qunnnha mother Cynthia Ann Far Ver was a white girl captured In Texas by the Comuuches when on one of their bloody mauraudlng expeditions She grew up In the Indian camp the Idol of the tribe and at an early ago became the cherished wife of their chief Xocoiia father of the present chief Quanali refusing to return Jq her people when time opportunity pro rented Itself In later yetiritr the chief reveres the memory of his white mother and contrary to time un written law of his people po 8cscs n handtome llfcsizo oil painting of her which hangs over the organ In the parlor of his comfortable home near Fort Sill Okla the home of the Kiowa and Comanche nation In title modern two story white house are to be found many INDIAN GIRL IN NATIVE DRESS of the luxuries of civilization In this Instance also the chief violates the cus toms of Ida people who not only ban iih from sight and memory every re minder of their dead but object se riously to dwellings built of Umber In short they utterly refute to live In the neat little tworoomed houses built for them by the government and prefer their whitetopped canvas tepees 1 Lave seen numbers of these little red pnlnted government houses standing empty and neglected around Fort Sill slowly falling to the ground while near by a group of tepees loomed up against the rugged background of mountain Tile picturesque Wichita mountains engirdle the Comanche al lotment and no more beautiful re gion CAn be seen In all Oklahoma Chief Quanah Is n wily old redskin It Is wild on the reservation that he walks both roadsthe paleface road of progress and backward trail of the redskins During his checkered career he has been so fortunate or un fort u hate to acquire seven wives this was according to the old ruling which permitted polygamy among the Ulan ket Indian or Wild Tribes lint Uncle Sam line put his foot down on this practice and from now on Ix will have to content hlnifclf with one wife only Clilef Quanah is the father of 30 odd children Many of them are well educated but the subject of dale sketch carrion oft the paten among the Parker olive branches Nr dlcIarkerQuanahs daughter Is n quarterbreed Comanche andone of the most beautiful and Interesting In than girls to be found among the Klo wa and Comanche Indians of Oklahoma Her somewhat melancholy though beautifully regular features show few traces of the stern aquiline Indian type partaking rather of the soft curves of the distant SpanlHli strain Inherited liy1 the Cotnnnchca from their Mexican ancestry Her complexion Is pure olive showing the Caucasian blood of her captive grandmother Her name Needle leaves one to Infer that either she is anadept with the needle of civilized womanhood or acquired her peculiar name after the manner of these Indians because of souse in cident connected with her birth In which a needle played a conspicuous part Ofttlmes a chlldti name Isal tered In after years on account of some marked personal characteristic Perhaps this young woman with the melancholy Spanish beauty showed marked talent for needlework anti so obtained her name She linn a sister who rejoices In the irtore civilized name of lAura This more progressive daughter of time chief is assistant cash ier In time bonk of Indlahomo while yet another who walks the paleface way Is teaching school The chiefs eldest son Walter a grad uate of Carlisle and a very promising man died a short time ago a Victim of that dread destroyer of the Blanket IntUDIIcconsumption to the great grief of the old chief who is devoted to his children and is a father as well to alt his tribe To his home the white home ofthla little nation they flock to seek his advice In weighty matters his house being truly the Mec- Ca of the Comanches Florence B Crofford in Farm and limn Brlsrht NeW Ca In Tows A novel sight was seen this other day which attracted much attention in Bath Me A young woman front Wilton was in the city and had as a fellow traveler a bright looking coon which was perfectly tame allowing hid owner to carry him about no one would a kitten The coon was cap tured six ttotfc ago and weight 14 pound c Jt 0 Ot CFG GFFFC GC FkFGGGCC FGF4GFC FCFGFFFF60RrFCOGFlrFG4It ty g STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS 1 ry W tI iaia CAPT NORTONS WEALTH Sixteen Cousins Will File Suit to Share In It IoulBvllIc Kyf June 23A telegram from Paducah states that an effort will coon be made to break the will of the late Cant W K Morton the Louisville millionaire who died recently In Coronndo Reach Cal Tho oatatc In val seed nt about flDOOOOO the bulk or which Is bcincatlicd to the IxjiilHvlllo UaptlHt Orphans homo rile contest will bo brought by conning ten of them children of tho brothers and Blstcra of Cnpt Nortons father W P Norton nr whose will provided that the estate was to to his son after time mothers death and then to his sons children if ho left any In case ho died without sons the bulk of the estate was to bo given to ten male first cotiHlns Among these are Norton mid Ed Anderson or McCracken county Some time ago Copt Norton bought np the contingent claltas of these cousins and made them n matter of record Now it Is said that these relatives will Insist that the terms of the will of W F Norton sr be carried out alleging that W K Norton Jr was not In his right mind when his will was made POUCH CAUSED A WRECK Sleeper and Ladles Coach Went Over a 15Foot Embankment Lexington Ky June 20 No 21 passenger train westbound met with n dangerous wreck this side of Ash laud The sleeper and ladles coach were turned over an embankment 1C feet and the passengers escaped death In a remarkable manner A Virginia woman whose name Superintendent Mitchell could not learn was dangerously hurt and returned to Ashland Deputy Internal Revenue Collector C If Herryman of this city was badly bruised as Were five other passengers Pullman Conductor Robinson whose home la In Ixmlsvllle had his shoul der broken The mall pouch when thrown from the moving train struck the depot platform and bounded back under tbe train throwing the smoker off and It pulled the other cars off and they were turned over NO DISCOVERED Samuel A Hoi helmer Dismissed at His Examining Trial Louisville Ky June 23 Samuel A llofthdmer principal owner of the White Mills distillery which was seiz ed by tho federal authorities on Juno 1 on a charge that It was being run with an intent to defraud the govern ment of tho tax on Its product was dismissed at his examining trial be fore a United States commissioner no evidence having been discovered which would connect Mr Hoffhelmer with any knowledge of tho alleged unlaw ful practices at White Mills John IViboe warehouse foreman at the distillery and John Unman assistant warehouse foreman were however held over In tho sum of 1500 each to answer to the federal grand Jury next October HIS FRIENDS ARE ALARMED Gen Brooke Soh Has Mysteriously Disappeared From Kentucky Lexington Ky June 22 Friends of J K Drooke are alarmed over his mys terious dlsapperance from this city He Is the son of Gen Ilnxikc of the United States army and came here six weeks ago from Ilttaburg Pa with W W Webster for tho purpose of es tablishing an oil refinery Ih left here Friday Mr Webster has Instituted diligent search for the young man but has been unable to find oven the slight est trace Wanted at Georgetown Wllllamsbtirg Ky June 23A man named A she raft and two other men were arrested here and taken to Georgetown where they are wanted In connection with the cutting of Isaac Faust The three met were taking up a col lectlon to pay their fare east and had seine trouble with Faust who it Is claimed was seriously cut by A she raft Big Entries For the Fall Stakes Lexington Ky June 22The en tries to the stakes to be decided here this fall at the meeting of the Ken tucky Trotting Horsebreedera asso elation closed with one of the hand somest lists ever received The three year old division of the Kentucky Fu turlty received 82 nominations Includ ing several hgh class colts Married Last December Paducah Ky Juno 22Percy Kelly and Miss Ellen Torian both of this city were married on December 24 1892 In Forest City Ark by Rev Dy er Miss Torlan was a teacher In the public schools Senator Blackburn For Gorman Lexington Ky June 22 United States Senator J C S Blackburn hulks Senator Gorman of Maryland la the logical candidate for the demo crate to name for president With Gorman we can win rays the sent tor Woman Fatally Injured Palntervllle Ky June 22While making up a bed at her home near Balyeravllle Mrs Ellen Deskins was fatally Injured by the accidental dls large of a revolver falling upon the floor She died a few hours later t t t 0 KILLINGS NEAR LANCASTERl James Rogers Kills BrotherlnLaw and Fountain Land His Stepson Lancaster Ky June 22 Sunday afternoon at Harmons Lick school house nine miles east of here James Rogers shot and lnstnntlykllled his brother In law Hud Ledford Rogers states that Ledford drew a knife on him and advanced over a remark made by him Rogers Lcdford Is survived by a widow nnd four small children Rogers came to this city late Sunday evening and gave himself up to tho officers Fountain Land shot and killed his stepson M Land Sunday with a pistol The younger Land was under the In fluence of liquor and had been trying all day to provoke a difficulty with his stepfather It culminated In the kill lug of young Land who was advancing on his stepfather with An uplifted nx when he was killed The dead man was about 35 years old and single Ha bore tho reputation of being quarrel sonic Fountain Land Is a farmer nnd a good citizen The killing occurred In Madison just across the line from this city THE NEGROES CONVICTED A Heavy Expense Incurred In Saving Them From Lynching Mnysvlllc Ky Juno 20The atatfl troops left here at 430 Friday after noon by special train over the L N for Frankfort Sheriff Robertson with the three Negro burglars and wouldbe murderers Mann Morris and Sanders accompanying the soldiers Mann and Morris were given 15 years each on the two charges five for shooting and wounding and ten for burglary They were tried Friday on the latter charge the jury giving them the limit after being out ten minutes Sanders was not tried on the charge of burglary as he was used as a wit ness against the others The Negroes have cost the state a pretty penny asI over 100 guards have been on duty here since Tuesday morning It Is tho general opinion however that an at tempt to lynch them would have been made had the troops not been ordered here IN A WINDING SHEET Years Ago Martin Riley Was Wrapped In It For Burial Harrodsburg Ky June 23 Martin Riley n farmer died Sunday near Shawnee Run church lie was a na lye of Galway Ireland and came to this country when quite young with a ship load of emigrants Cholera broke out on ship board and 108 of the passengers died The bod lea were consigned to the deep Young Riley was thought to be dead and had been encased In a winding sheet He was about to be thrown overboard when a spark of life was discovered In his body He was placed back In his bunk recovered came to this state married and raised a large family He was burled In Lexington ACTS OF VANDALISM Unknown Miscreants Amuse Them selves By Wounding Animals Henderson Ky June 20For sev eral nights quite a number of acts of vandalism were committed at And bon a suburb of this city A mule belonging to George Keach was cu several times across the shoulder tho slashes being from ten to twent Inches In length An attempt was mndo to kill Dr O W Draynes fin horse Some one entered the stable and Inflicted several cuts In the ant mals neck narrowly missing tho jugu lar vein A cow of Rev W O Conncll was al so badly cut with n knife Other and mals were maimed Charles Bollingers Big Winning Ixusvllle Ky June 22 Charles Doltlnger a local bookmaker held winning tickets on The Picket calling for 10000 lie placed 300 through the board last winter at odds of 60 25 and 15 to L He gave his friend Chas Slade an N railroad engineer 30 of the bet which made him 1000 winner on the race Both Hips Crushed Wllllamstown Ky Juno 23Whllo driving sheep to pasture the horse which Ellsh Ullllter was riding sprang Into the air falling upon the rider and crushing both hips He Is In a critical condition Examination of Teachers Frankfort Ky June OThc state board of examiners met In the house of representatives Friday and will con tlnue In session several days conduct Ing the annual examination of appll cants for state certificates Underwriters to Meet Owensboro Ky June 23The local underwriters association of Kentucky will meet In annual session at Estill Springs next Friday and Saturday The meeting will be called to order by W M Rudd of Owensboro who la president of the association ExGov Bradley For Wilson Louisville Ky June 23Former Gov W O Bradley Monday Issued an other statement denying that he will be a candidate for the republican nom nation for governor Gov Bradley says he Is for A E Wilson at Y l t l J I Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Perrooi who board thcmielvc cat ipcn a mncti or little u theychooaeon living expense It pays to have a llltlo extra money orilled Ira books and other tblngi But the necessary ezpcokci Ire only si follows To pal the lint rtijr LADII HALL HAM School Incidental Fee I 00 W Hr ltalFee A ifi ponies Hooks clR about 2 2 0flcncral 100 co Furulihnl Room fuel J5 Ki Pint Months Board 5 00 00 Ilving i7OO i8dorms tbe termlAundnypease j M cglnnlDJ 2d Mo Bonn 8 00 Beginning Id Mo Board 6 00 00 l8to 2800 Ocnl Deposit returned l 00 I 00 Total Bspense II week W 17 00 f Par those brlowJA grammar deduct Ibo 12 for books sndll from Incidental fee making the otal only BSLBO When four girls room together each tares I2 or more on room and fuel making the total only etaSO II vlawed krlow Grammar Room and fuel cot one dollar more In the winter term fwo rooms for housekeeping with stoves eW An usually be rental for from ft toS6 a term the price of a big rnlr a little tantmrk or a few tiomaapnn bmlcotera will glee a term school which will change ones whole lire fur the better u Telephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer BO YtARS 1EXPERIENCE r Taaobg DESIGNS MaRaaIIICOPYRIGHTS Ac tending a nkctrh and rtncrlMInn mar qnlcklr ascertain our opinion free ether luvcntinn prohnbly pAlrnliUile Cnnmanle- atlontricllymnadentlal nandbonknulatenla ptenIA1InUMttal mike without charge In the Scientific American handsomely Illnittiitnd weekly Mgtal tilr rotation of any rtentlflif jounMU Je1pert four mouths II Sold brail neesdeslers Yolkmuch LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE RAILROAD a Time Tibia In Effect May 24 1903 11117LeaveArrive Richmond 3 f 2 a in Arrive larin105aArrivo Cincinnati 7 Ma in lljLeaveArrive Richmond 125 p m Arrivo Paris S 18 p tn Arrive Cincinnati tt00 p m Ooliig South Train Dally Leave liereaJ lip in Arrive Livingstnn205 P Oiling South Train icily Loave Korea 1124 p in Arrive Livingetonl11x0n m TrniiiR No t anil No f makcon nection at Livingston for Jollico and tho Southwith No 24 and No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID Scbool cblldren U4 pebiie invited to vote to popularinrents rack ten east at one time All money over sod above trip expenaea of teacb rKentucayposition voter tbe aatufactlon of knowing a worthy cauae and important object have been aided at the same time a favorite teacher hu received recognition Contest con ducted tinder of Educational Exhibit Com tnlttee of Kxlilbit Assoclalion the organization formed to rise iouonn for a Kentucky Building and full productshav1ogfelledtlon Kt cry educator in tin pubDc theEduationalliroxbtbttVenice of all achool exhibit a feet ol in the- ialaceofpduation The ExpositionIstotetheeresteslintcrodionslerectintheworldbhl Tory ThetlotachersChosen will be 0 electatla own most Tbecountoutlldeor Jefferson secondumber of vute will be allowed toend two teachers the roost impular aud tbe mesitpopular TILE TOTES WILT DE TEI CASTS riCH TCS COXSTTTCTCrn A DittOT AtltnCentse4chneJrchoolcblldla the Folate lit be able to cart nt least one vote for all or not be confined to school children IMRESTS OF rents on ANT OF THEIR FRIENDS MAT TOTE The purpose of the AMOCI tion being toelect the in out popular school teacher in each county ooocuutidereil by the public generally as well as by the school JIllotl ten spaces to clubs of tru pupil may be arranged and each giving ten cents be credited with hla or her vote If one person sires to cost ten vote It be his or her name on one of the spaces and temit ting one dollar It Is not required Ibattbe ltameot the perIOD voting be given stall All of the wees for Totert1 names tnay be left blank The Association wants however to enroll fn the Kentucky Building at SU outs next urtbe name of every child who tat one or more votes la ibe contest Pupil are nsked thereforetosigntheir names plainlytollieballots- ILL EXPOSES OF THE TEACHERS WILL UK PAID by the Association This wilt include railroad transportation from Louisville to 61 Louis and return board at one ol the best hotels lathe city for six day and admission to the exposition grounds for six days THREE PASTIES WILL DE WADE UP FROX THE LOST POnTMU TEACHERS to mate the trip more pro lnhte and more enjoyable Each of these parties will eonsitt of forty teachers This would make a total of roteacben but as there are only counties In Kentucky the Associa ton bis decided to allow two teachersthe most popular and the second most popularto go from that county Jefferson ezcepted which cull the greatest number of votes In the contest ALL TEACHERS IN TUB STATE STUD OX AV EQUAL FOOTING In this contest The teacher with twenty pupils may receive more the teacher with five or lis times as enrolled hi orber acliool because the voting is not confined to children The public wtllbeaaimportantfactot Votes may be cast for any person who taucht ichoo during or la teaching now This closed In November or December the opportunl tytobevotedforduringthevacationperlody AST XTOBER OF BALLOTS MAT BE CAST AT ONE TIME There la no limit The moredol wilhyVOTES TJlRER DOLLARS CASTSTIIIRTY VOTES FOUR notLARSCASTS FORTY VOTfS PIVKIHLLARa fbiOAll of the money recelred la this contest over and above that used In defraying expenses of the 133 most teaches of the Stale 01 thclrtilps to the Worlds Iair go for the erec lion of a en Ilnildliiffat the exposition co every voter in this contest may have the addi tionalutisfaMlonofkaowingthat be baa aidid u worthy cause THE STANDING OF THE CONTESTANTS WILL BE PltnTTED FntOUESTLt In each to show his or her friend how the race II ruu Begin voting now for your favodteschool- earlier The vote will be counted under the supervision of the Educational Exhibit Committee of the Association Thepersonnelofthis as fol1o11 Prof II O Brownell Louis YUle Chairman Prof II VMcChesney rrut R P llalleck Louistlll Prof W II Louisville rof 11001 Aodencn Lralngtolll Dr Chase Palmer Danrllle rrrs- Ideat William Dlnwlddie Dr W O Frost Del1 Dr D B Hanloou Louisville Dr CIls14ylezIneIOUR bOld Owensboro t lief V S Alley c C Green S1ncu Loulme ties rattle S Louisville t Mrs EmUy E Bracken Lonlnllle and Mrs D Tucker Louisville kmbera of tbe Jducatlona1 COlUDllUre are Dot eUlrible 10 tlect10a Ibis contest REIKIBIB IVEBT COCHTT ILECTti ITS OWN FAVORITE TKACHKB Competition threecounties on ayp1lca to the vice for the uotll triP the outside of Jefferson exiting the largest total nunberofvotesbein grantedthedlstioctlonofpending two teacheia COllrralublorarranged each teacher chosen being gluts the privilege the month June July ol August r104la which be or shewants to nuke CLIP our THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH 13Atve r NS ofO3the most popular teacher in county ONB DOLLAR ENCLOSED tooa100 toesSOo lOc elsls s10e 1o0- Os b 11 l 101 Voters art sot reaelred to their wants all school children do al rolltbeliitb EealsckyPdldingvoliag to 10 Voters have tbe option of aendlof ballots direct to the ecrttlrJ oUIte Association or to the tom which clipped Addltloul ballots be obtained pIlls talla of title paper be rude certloed ehsea registered tenet l ftD 1IOOtace empress o- rphalmoatyorderorisearvseyattodetarlk Addresa all comllakatlotll to- It U IIUOKS Stcrtlory Louisville ay Subscribe for The Citizen I J UTHECITIZEN I jI+HI+HtttII+HItt+HIIHI +HHHI 31r IrI 11 + +11111111111111+ 1111111 +111 +111III++II Interesting Bits of News Neighborhood Happenings + i No cortrerondenoe published unlrti itfneJ In full by the writer The name GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES + Is nut for publication but ai an evltlenre of tooJ faith Write plainly 111111 1t t rI Ir t 11111111111111111 Miss Florence Smith is sick this J week at tho Model Cottage Carl Hunt returned Monday from a visit to relatives and friends Fleming county Mrs W H Porter nnd children left Monday night for a threo weeks viai with her parents at Salem Ky Mrs Nettie Burdotlo Mann cam e Saturday for a visit at the homo of her parents Mr and Mrs Josiah Runlet te- Chester Erwin received a telegram Tuesday calling him to the bedside of his sick mother at his home in I Princeton Ky J Rev II J Derthick has returned Itrein the center of the feud district at Jackson Breathitt county but refuses to talkof tho situation for publication Miss Nellie Burdetle returned Sat urday from an pxtanded visit to her sister and brother in law Mr and Mrs M L Spink at Obaudlervillo Ills Win Tosh Kobt Hatch and Paul Derthickreturned Tuesday morning from tho Student Conference at Ashe tulle They report a very pleasant nun inspiring time Wo wish to sincerely thank the people of Berea for their kindnessand sympathy during the sickness and q death of our dear mothorL A Lena nud Win Watkins Ethel Todd who is suffering from n severe attack of hay fever is spond hug a few days at the homo of Mr and Mrs W H Robe on Robes Mountain in the hope of getting relief a Dr G A Burgess will preach his farewell sermon Sunday morning at iI oclock He will lead the Chris luau Endeavor meeting at 630 oclock p m All are invited to both meet ingsFrances Elnora and Myrtle Robin son daughters of our former towns e man T A Robinson went home Moudnv to Richmond after a weeks pleasant visit with Hilda Wekh and other pmall friends Tho revival meetings being heldI this week at the Baptist church in which the pastor Rev H MShouse is assisted by Rev 0 O Green of Versailles Ky are blessed with good attendance and interesttDr J W Williams of Big Hill is just recovering from a serious fieI weeks illness bordering on paralysis He has boon for four years employed by A H Lewis Medicine Company of St Louis and hopes to resume work fioonIMrs Mollie McClellan of Lincoln III was called to the bedside of horI brother Thos Watkins last weekI They had not seen each other for 17 years Mrs McClollan will remain in Berea for some time or until her brother is better 1Amovement is on foot hero to raise n contribution to tho Ewen relief fund About 10 has already beenI pledged providing at least S25 isI raised Contributions will oo receiver this week at TUG CITIZEN ofhce andI promptly forwarded J E Dalton is planning to tear down his old blacksmith shop the last week in July and build anew which will require a week or ten days to 1 complete He requests his customers to bring in their work before hand BO as not to be disappointed Several persons from Berea saw t the Nebraska Indians severely defeat the Richmond baseball team in two games played last Wednesday and Thursday at Richmond First game Nebraska Indians 19 Richmond second game Nebraska Indiana 23 Richmond 3 Prof L V Dodge reports a very successful district Sundayschool convention at Uhion City last Satur day Six hundred persona were in attendance The convention of the Foxtowu district will be held Fridayi of this week at Mt Pleasant and that of Elliston district Saturday 0at Flatwoods church near Waco On Wednesday June 17 a birthday party was given in honor of the Misses Grace and Stella Daniels and theI following young frieuds were present t at their country home one mile andIhalf from Beroa Mary and Tatum Daisy Spence Bertha King Margaret Todd Helen Kneeland Lilat Clark Margaret and Helen r James M Reynolds and Miss D A Williams went to Richmond last r Thursday and we e united in nmrringo by Judgo N B Turpin They wore accompanied by Walker Reynolds trho groom brother and Miss Dora LuiiNford daughter of Squiro Lunsford THE CITIZEN wishes thes manty happy years of welded life Closing Exercises of Colored City School of Versailles Tho people of Versailles were greatly pleased with tho program rendered by tho graduates of tine Common School June lfth1r T J Smith principal deserves much commen elation for the management of tint entertainment There wore four graduate The music was well rendered After the program quite n crowd attended the reception at tilt hours of the Missus America and Emma Jones which was n most en joyable occasion The Kentucky Chautauqua The seventeenth annual session n tho Kentucky Chutitatiqua will lu hold at Woodland Park Lexington Juno 80 to July 10 inclusive One of the best programs ever offered will bo given The detailed program will be nailed to any address upon appli cation to Charles Scott Business Manager LexingLu Ky fIHERE AND THERE 1111Prof H M Jones preached Sunday in Kalamazoo Mih Miss Madge Sutton has been spend ing a few days with relatives in Camp Nelson Ky R J Greene is working as cook on tie steamer N W Reecc from Clove land to Duluth Prof E F Dizney is attending tho University of Tennessee summer school at Knoxville Tutor C D Lewis writes that mcaI tion ii going finely with him at his homo in Eubank Ky Prof M E Marsh left Wednesday morning for Knoxville where ho will attend the sessions of the summer schoolMisses Frances lorry and Alice Titus loft tho Ifith inst for Western Kentucky where they will ongago in teachingProf W Dicsmoro left Tqeday morning for Lexington to attend the sessions of the State Educational AssociationMiss A Adams former student of Berea College graduated from the State Normal Frankfort Ky June 3rd George Turner a student horn during part of last year died June 17 from typhoid fever after an illness of eighteen days Mr Henry Berry after spending n few days at tho homo of Mr Wallace Taylor of Painsovillo 0 has gone to work in Cleveland Lewis D Mount Ins n position as porter on the steamer Sultana running out of Cleveland and says he has a soft snap Mr TD Ojburne leaves today for his vacation which ho will spend in northern Ohio Mrs Onborno accompanies him Mr W B Bealty class of HUM has completed the junior year in dentistry and will return to Washing ton to complete the work thin frill Ira McLaren a Berea student in 1890 and 1893 had an attack of typhoid fever and has gone to his fathers home at Gallon Mich to recuperateWord been received from Andrew M Ross a student lucre for the two years Ho is now working n the office of the Moody Bible IIII stitute 80 Institute Place Chicago III Otto Scholpp n student in tho College Department during the fall winter terms is at his home nowI recovering from a serious sickness His address is 2o Fillmore Ave Buf falo N Y Miss J A Robinson and mother left Thursday Mrs Robinson going visit her son at Beford Mass and Miss Robinson her brother at Newton Center before proceeding to their home at Merideth Center N H FREE SCHOOLS SHOULD OPEN JULY ej Everybody knows that children can get to school better in July than in November or December The Conn 9ity Superintendents therefore recom end thud freo school open July li Let no parent or school trustee fail to do his part to have this done It is for till interests of our children There is still work for several young men in tho College Brickyard with a chancn to attend night Hchool JL must lo reran inhered that nono art admitti except triich nro able to do a mans workand are sixteen years od Some younger boys Imo been disappointed who have conic from considerable distances expecting toI got employment andn chanco to sturdy in the night school- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY Rev P Bryant tilled his regular lastrSaturday nUll Sunday Ruv 0 Fish preached at Groom Hill Sunday evening Farmers are harvesting wheat here and report good crops John Hugley is moving to Rich intend this week and Win Hayes will occupy tho hotiHo vacatedIl1uroyc Chenault is visiting at Brush Creek thus weekL C Smith of Mt Ver non was hero Friday and Saturday attending to business for HmiiuCoop cringe Company Gix rgo Kutron and wifo Miss Liza Coffee and Hillturc and J J Hamilton mud son took tint advantage of tho cheap oxcurimon rates and went to Cincinnati Sunday All reported a good time Miss Cheuault Jennie Wallace and BarburI Thompson of Richmond are visiting their uncle Harvey Chuimult hero Mrs Minnie Daily and Mrs IM Lakes visited Canwnv SIIIIIIIP S Callehnn sold a horse to parties ol Knox for 100 GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILl Harvest is inure giving plonty of workMrH J C Napier has return ed from a visit to Leo eoulltrlrsIMamie Anderson of La IM r about two weeks visiting nt J C Napi ors and Mrs Htiidurfion Greons of tints plncolrH Ed Koohlnr anti children of East Bernstadt aro visit hug E C Smith and Mrs Tom Green N D Wilinot paid a visit to Uncle Jack last weelcMI Jennie Ledfonl visited Mrs Tom 0 teen Sunday Fry ing chickens are ripoDiud lath just Undo Green Lytloaged 88 years Ho was nu honorable man true to hisI opinions hold mil outspoken in nilt thirg He was an ex slave of oldI Lnclo Billy Woods Wo extend toitho bereaved our heartfelt sympathy James Rogers sou of Rev Felix Rogers shot rind instantly killed nlldI Ledfcrd Sunday in church at Harmon Lick Causo of nhooting is said to hoover ono dollar They were brothers inaw no arrest as yet1Va hope and trust our next Legislature will make it sushi n penalty that no poreI son will bo allowed to owns a pistol PULASKI COUNTY BEE LICK a Ito Thomas Smith filled his ap pointment at till Baptist church Sun lIayCecil the little son of Win Sweeney is very sick at this wtiting Win D Cummins bought a farm of James Brown for SlOOM ssos Pat tie and Ethel Wilton of Crab OrchO aid attended church hero Sunday Harve Acton will continue to teach his class in music six Saturday oven jugs easel Sundays Win Bobbins of Ford spout n few days with Dr D B Southood last week Mrs Euguue McWilliams who has boon sick for some time is improving slowly James Taylor of this place spent a few days last week with uncle Joshua Wilson at Crab Orchard Eld Hdi ward Hubbard will preach at tine church ol Christ Sunday MADISON COUNTY VALLEY VIEW Your correspondent was absent last week on business The farmers are wearing smiles on their faces because of tho recent good rain Uncle Jack Howard has moved to the country Mrs Diantha Crowe has a flno sow pigs for sale price 30 dollars Albert Goins has moved from Posy Ridge to Tates Creek one mile from hero John Clark sold his fine buggy horse for STOO Quito n crowd weut from here to Booties Ferry on J tho incursion boat last Sunday they visited Boonos cuts on th- owyG W Turkey was at Hlnn Lick and Baron Saturday and Sunday visiting friends John easel All Gad are hero front Clear Greek working at tho locks Harry Reynolds ii on tho sick list this weekI W Masters passod through hero Saturday on business MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Mrs Anna Johnson who inns boon visiting Mrs Sallie Marshall loft for Atlantic City Wwlnosday The ao lion of Judge Hiiibeson in protecting the three colored mon from lining moblxxl by having the militia should bo highly commended by all law abiding citizens Misses Clara mud Minnie Tollwtt have returned homo from Wdberforce where thoy have spent a very successful term in college John Henry Williams of Wood Street died of dropsy Sunday Little Mary E Pritchard daughter of Mrs Nellie Pritchard died Satur day cf spinal meningitis She was taken to Washington for burial Rev O A Nelson hind his annual camp meeting Sunday Miss Auna Beck ett of Herds Hill died last week of consumption The funeral services wore held at tho Bethel church AN INTERESTING EXHIBIT- By United States Government at the St Louis Worlds Fair Special to Tho Citizon Washington D C Juno 2TheStato Department huts just determin ed to make a most interesting exhibit the Saint Louis Worlds Fair next year The exhibit will include many interesting souvenirs of Washington Lifayettt1 Napoleon Jefferson and other Presidents Tho sword that Washington received from Braddoek and carried in all tho battles of the evolution will lit included along with a number of more ornate swords resented to him A pair of quaint eye glasses given to Washington by Lafayette will1st among the ox liibits as will also autograph letters from nearly all tho crowned heads of Europe There will bo ninny inter esting manuscripts shown hint tho original Declaration of Independence will not mako part of tho exhibit as it inns boon determined that it will not survive further exposure to the light and air and is now kept in an air std light proofcase FUN AND FACTS Strength and vigor como of good duly digested Force a roady tOHOno wheat anti burley food adds o bur eu hilt sustains nourishes invigorates Thats no faro said tine conduc or when thin man gave him counter nickel Cornell Widow for Sale A house and lot situated on Big Hill piko in Heron Ky For price and further information write to MRS BKTTIB JONES JKI North B Street Hamilton O Why is a game of tennis like a parly of children There is always racket Tim ethics is in receipt of tine latest time table folder of tho Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway Henderson Route The folder is an especially neat and attractive as well us complete edition The Houd rson Route is the St Louis Worlds Fair line for lKi L J Irwin Louisville Ky is the general passen gar of agent and will answer any letters inquiry Voncorning this line Sewing machine for sale at the CITIZEN ollico Clean old newspapers fio a package at the CITIZEN office WANTEII Young Mon to prepare for Government Positions Fine Openings in all Departments Good Sal aries Rapid Promotion Examina lions soon Particulars free InterStale Cor lust Cedar Rapids la NOTICE All persons having claims against tho estate of B C Richardson are hereby notified to file semi with me properly verified for payment on or before August 2r 1903 at the Berea Banking Companys Bank in Berea Ky or same will be barredW H PORTER Admr Dot bonis non B C RICHARDSON Estate June 8 1903 f1 fThisspace has beentpurchased by The Students Job Print Printers of The Citizen t r the ABC of good health Boy Big and Healthy My little boy was rrry del and wouldI not take soy noiirlMmirnt I gut a packaga of Forte and fol him on It suit atu 1lraae1 U say be li tlirlduit will now put bo aide our toy of bli axe a ho li big and healthy All I fred Mm on U Korea Mm J 1IXULIT Filial Ira Dumps was father of a Usi Who by her brightness led her cUss The teacher asked Miss Dumps the question How can you best assist digestion By eating Force When told to himIThis story tickled Sunny Jim 5TOrcNTb WAIT FOR THE WAGON Did you spend your childhood in the countryThe engineer with hula hand on tho throttle of tho Empire Express r The admiral on tho quarter deck of a war ship King Edward on tho throne may glow with pride aunt pleasure hint their fooling are tame in comparison with tho uinnuttorablo delight that thrills tho small lay who is iwrnilltwl unassisted to climb the wheel and porch on tho seat of a STUDEHAKER WAGON I am proud to sell it SeE WELCH JR J J Biannaman Wellaelected stock of Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agcnt for Navcn Laundry tW fjfC Instantly Relieved Quickly Cured By the UM of ParacamphA Reduces the Swelling Removes all Soreness Stops the Burning Draws out Fever and Inflammation Prevents Bad Odor Stim latH the Circulation Keeps the Feet Warm and ComfortaMt Policemen Motormen Conductors Clerkset and all those who are on their feet a great dell should always keep a bottle of PARACAMPH in their homes for use at night Give Instant Relief to Corns Bunion and Frost BllM We Guarantee every bottle to do What we claim for it If it fails your money will be refunded as flats SO cents and 100 bottlM At All Good DroffUU For sale byS E WELCH Druggist 1 lI i