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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I Ii j l It t J a j t 4L n b eem- hWHHHHHHHWWHKJH JAMES MILTON RACER T Editor and Publisher Knltrtil at Ike roe osee at Herta Ay at second tlau naUmnlttr MHHKJHH4HMHIHHIH VOL V A Family Pniwr BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY JW 1903 One dollar a year IDEAS nrrowIA nnw r is a JKMHOIKH A virtuoim ITort may fail hut ro vrltioiiN life To romnmiid OIWH spirit tin flrnl stop low arli cotiiiiinndiiig UIIDH tlrS tinyA tniiHt ho willing to IK seen throiiKli if he wIMitN to bo triiMtod IVigglcswurltlTAKE NOTICE Iromdont preaches OIlCO mom thissuu1111orutxtSuudsyAii 2nd morning used flight Road the uutn In Hrrrii Inrtnls in Htiollinr column Rind tilt notice to tllo li iillcin party in nnutla r column Articlun on Honor of Mountain 1oopln duTmcd tlalItIe WHitinj for nmp to niiidti which will ftJ- lpRr nuxt ww k FROM THE WIDE WORLD The Cardinals are innkiug prupnra lions to hold tho couclnvo for uloctiug a now Pop to morrow Dickers Old Curiosity shop in London England linn Ixxtn taught 11RII American and will bo brought to America Japan dunien that who will go to war with tunam however nli ex peon ItiifMin to withdraw from Man churia by October Russia arranged with French capi talUU for a loan of 2l 5000000 PUn thoui and troop and five thoiiHund men of the ynval brigade were nivietved by King Edward In Phoeuhc Park Dublin The time day period during which the body of Polo Leo lay in ntatn in St Potepi ended Saturday noon and the burial occttred Saturday night Rr proclamation of Gov Hunt of the Inland of Porto Kico Saturday was celebrated the fifth nnnirerxary of American occupation of tho Island Tho Government troops dofeattxl tho revolutionist at Ciudad Bolivar Venruela after fifty hours lighting Tho killed end wounded numbered MX The result of the battle humid to bo dun to rebel troaciery IN OUR OWN COUNTRY For tliti first time in four years the WOllhiliKtouhall two American climbers Still more indictment are expected in connection with the post otfico in- wetigaions at Brooklyn and Wash ingtouOwing to tho vigorous campaign waged by the AntiSaloon League in Tennessee there are now only 12 counties In which whiskey can he legally sold A homing pigeon owned by G W Kittridge of Cincinnati ritually made a 1000 mile light in 7 days 4 hours and Uil minutes the fastest light on record The main gateway at the St Louis Worlds Fair next year will cost from 10000 to fT0000 It will be 7fi foot high 3X1 foal long and 00 toot wide Au antimocqtiito mooting which met at Staten Island Now York last week was forced to adjourn without passing a single resolution owing to an attack matte upon them by number less mosquitoes COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The special grand jury at Jackson lUoathitt county indicted Gardner Plumiuor for attempting to bribe Capt Eweu and Ed Tharp and Joe Crawford for burning EWOUH hotel Curtis Jett and Tom White have been taken to the Harrison county jail at Cynthiana where they await their second trial The town of Lynnville GraveR couu ty Ky was destroyed by an incendi ary lire at midnight Thursday Not business house in left in tho place Earl Whitney and Claude OBrien were hanged at Lexington Friday at 8 a m for the murder of A B Chinn Both wont to death without a tremor During a dance at Williamsburg Ky Wesley Woods was fatally shot by Leu Martin Gov Bcckham and otherpromiuont Democrats attended the Crab Orchard fair last week Tho crowd numbered fiOOO persons The second trial of Jett and White for the murder of Marcum has begun at Cynthiaua Harrison county Capt Ewen the star witness is furnished with a guard of soldiers 4 Droka Ida L 404 THE CITIZEN NO6I Den C M Clay a ht looked In the Seventies CASSIUS M CLAY THE CHAMPION OF FREE SPEECH One ofthe Greatest Men of Kentucky- and the Natlpn Has Passed Away Cassiua Marcellus Clay was born Ortober ID 1810 in Madison county Ky and died Wednesday July l2 1001 at tI oclock p m aged 93 years He was a hero through three gener ations It in not certain whether it is a joy for a man to outlive his con temporaries but all who read the history of their country have regarded with reverence tho majwitio old man who has so long dwelt at White Hall in Madinon county Like a veritable King Lear with his locks falling over his shoulders he has sat under the trees reading and writing and going over in memory the scones of a long and eventful life General Clay received his early education under tho best private tutors afterwards completing acourno at old Transylvania University now Kentucky University at Lexington Ky and graduated from Yale class of Itit2General Clays groat distinction was luTadvdoacy Of free npvoch and a free press In 1815 ho began the publication of an antinlavory paper at Lexington Ky known us tho True American The appearance ot the first number caused great excitement and a mob was raised to demolish tho True American office but tho printing outfit of tho paper was quietly moved to Cincinnati whore its publication was continued and subsequently it KenItucky Tho Soulhern abolitionists were a numerous and distinguished body in cluding such men asJohn C Fremont Jumps G limbs and multitudes less widely known But General Clays groat contention was for free speech and free press the right of every man to express his honest convictions without fear Tho slave holders were unwilling that any sentiment should be expressed contrary to their insti tution It ought to have made them realize how wrong a thing slavery when they had to acknowledge that it could not lw maintained without the suppression of freedom of speech and press When the broke out in 1816 Clay became the Captain of a company in his countrys service and distinguished himself There reposes in the Library of Boroa College the splendid presented to him by tho people of Madison and Fayotte counties for rescue of their sons from massacre at the hands of the Mexicans His services in tho protection of Washington a outbreak of tho Civil War were x portant He went as minister to Russia in 1861 but was recalled in 18ft and commissioned Maj Gun of Volun teem He was again appointed minister to Russia in 1863 and continued in tint capacity until 1869 His diplomatic career as representative of the United States Government there greatly assisted in securing the friend ship of Russia during our civil strug gle The General believed that the friendly relations which he brought about greatly assisted in the sub- Sequent treaty by which Alaska was annexed to the United States It was in his great contest for freedom of speech that General Clay came into connection with Berea and the important days of its founding locating the settlement and encourag ing the first coming of Brother Fee to Madison county His influence was an essential element in the earlHue cess of Berva College and he was one of the first to subscribe to the Endow wont Fund raised by President Frost It has been a pleasure for the cloHflou in History at Bores to make their annual pilgrimage to White Hall to converse with one who had importftntl White Hall Gen Clays Residence was Mexican war Mr sword his im have taken a line of introduction from President Frost and gone over to ClayI miThe attendance was large and the floral tributes numerous and elegant Tho sermon was preached by Rev I B Timberlake of Ntcholasville Ky after which the remains were laid to rest in the Richmond cemetery To make a real hero theremust be courage and a great cause Both of these Mr Clay had His faults were covered by sincere repentance and ho is to be judged by his aspirations and his best services to the cause of hu manity His eloquence is remembered by aged men in every state in the Union and his fame will always fill a broad page in the history of his State and his Country Chamberlain Colic Cholera ttiiil DUrrhorn Remedy This remedy is certain to bo needed in almost every home before the sum mer is over It can always bo de pended upon even in the most severe and dangerous cases It is especially valuable for summer disorders in children It is pleasant to take and never fails to give prompt relief Why not buy it novft It may save life For sale by S E Welch Jr Eight prisoners made their escape from the jail at Middleaboro Ky +I11I+ + IIrI Today t SNNSN tr+ S+ NN IrW FONT SAY MUCKSOUR PRICES TALK i f gashStoreI Dress Goods White Goods Ginghams etc We are adding now things in iLawns Embroideries Laces Ribbons etc Ladies especially inviled to call and see them SEE beautiful line of Carpels MattlngM and Kugs The largest assortment and best t values shown in the city SEEour linn of Trunks Telescope and Valises fortiltI allIfand want the iDOST FAIL Only to look IBestI LACKEY A HAMILTONI CORNER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS RICHMOND KY NNNHNNNN NNI NNSHN SeSNNNMINd WE ARE BETTER PREPARED u THAN EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle GUARANTEED A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZI R CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works- C F HIGGINS Prop THE EYES OF IEN AND WOMEN are similar in respects Their condition and requirements when exam ined are very different This is caused by difference in work and temperament GLASSES to suit those conditions and require ments are made and supplied here Tests made by skilful opticians with modern scientific instruments put us in possession of information which us to furnish just the right egosPrices T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky The Strength of the coffee you buy adds to hi value in cu- pLion Coffee comes to you fresh and of full Strength always in sealed airtight Bulk coffees ose their strengthdeterlorate in flavor and gather Dalformltr frMbatu and fall itnnith Ii lalrot to were or Lion Coffee lrn j + III IIII+ I I r 2000 lI t II N N Spring Allover are our a SATISFACTION all the If you arts going to buy u Carriage I or Buggy of any kind this season corns and see our stock and we can supply you Weber wagons are still on the move for they run right 1 J E stand End of Printing Shave Hair Razors using a 0 Stoves 2 burner Stoves 3 burner f Make it to trade with us Pay in dollars cents Pay in with goods not with thing youve after it home bring it back we make it satisfactory- We to so far shows are doing it Were not with what have done to do to make it a to trade with us In all be found goods to your wants at with BICKNELL EARLY u If From Joplins Good A full of FURNITURE on hand We invite our Berea friends to make at home at when i CARPETS mid MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY t 73Night 66 JO Se Ky The East End Is Headquarters for all Remedies for Summer Com plaint Diarrhea Flux No Cure no Pay L M PETTUS C C Proprietor I h HORSESHOEING Until January 1904 65c IallEverything firstclass DALTON Goldens old East Barber North Office tOo Cut IRe Shampoo Ific sharpened 15c to 2fc R B DOE Coolduring Subscribe Circulation the by S3 r 100 500 160 at E H dFr Wrlche pay you and satisfaction the satisfied any bought you take and will aim please Oursuccess we satisfied we we want more pleasure will suit prices in keeping the quality Its Its line always themselves JOPLINS In Richmond JOPLIN Richmond 111 Drug Guaranteed Dysentery Colic Pharmacist RHODUS Shop Proprietor Keep GASOLINE STOVE CHRISMAN WE themselvesIf businessWe departments Store FARMS for SALE Two and onehalf miles from Berea on Scaffold Cane Pike Tract No Ont 40 Acres Tract No Two 33 Acres For information as to terms etc address or call on AeCe Hart BEREA KENTUCKY DIAMOND VALUES t w tnonryin I pulling it in a tjtinetbank provided you buy it tight a to seeing your money you get the taiiif ac lion ofcaring the stone we have been giving the JlluooI f4 fS THE SPANGLED IN TRIUMPH OER THE OF THE AND THE Of THE Sidney icc lately wrote to the Ion don rimes advocating the adoption so far as It Is possibfo by the Engllsl universities of American methods In the Ripcjntnit nt of professors In Knpland when there a vacancy can illilatCK present themselves backed np t y recommendations of their friend nnd briefs of their own making hop t IIIR thus to make a favorable Impres tlon In this country professors art railed by the authorities and are not compelled to mlmilt to the bumlllatlni procedure tlen obtain In England Ioul Vcmygs ias the unique dls tlnrtlon of being the only man who ever truck thp present king of England It huppiiicd during a debate III the house of lords w men the king then prince nf Wales occupied a seal In front of Lord Wemysf who was peaking with a great deal of anima tion While emphasizing a point he brought 1k tilt down on top of the princes silk hat with such force that the hat was smashed In and pushed down over the ryes of the royal listen cr ApoloRlrf followed Dr WrntT of Vienna has lately prln tod f ii results of his observation upon tin special senses of animals itpcclally upon the senses of reptiles and amphibians Ho concludes thai these latter are capable of going ill iiitly tow ari water which attract theta M to sag even at long ills tamrs Light axis upon them independently of heat In winter they quit warm lairs to go to sunlight Their sight Is generally good and Is probably their acute sense yet their vision Is very limited Anarchists can not he naturalized In this riiiintry or become citizens ac cording to tho announcement issued by the state department calling atten lion to the provisions of the art of March 3 to regulate the Immigration of alien This act became effectlv July o Tli state department Inter press Ihe law to provide that to ren der n court judgment of naturalization valid the ronrt rword must show that lire pcixu naturalized Is not hostile to ori l virnment or connected Wit n anv niiarchlstlr or revolutionary body Thu peal office deportment Is con stnnty in reeclpt of requests for tho Issue rf a mourning stamp for use on black edged stationery Persons In nil padej of life assert that then Is no linriiouy or appioprlateness In an onvrlope with a black edge and a ted stamp in he crner and trey beg Iho duparlmcr to Iseuc a black stanp The department has given much con sideration to the subject but has h en unable to comply with the requests on account of the rules of the Universal Postal union which prescribes tho rolora tothedepartmentIn a of rommone and labor Consul General Itichanl Knunther at Frankfort Ger many lets of a German process for the prcirvatlon of eggs He says German parcrs state that it Is pos rlbli to keep eggs fresh for any length of time by simply Immersing them In a 10 per cent solution of silicate of soda commonly called liquid glass This produces the formation of a coating which renders the eggs per fectly airtight The eggs no treated retain their fresh taste for many monthsIt reported that the czar Intends should his next child be a daughter to publish n new law of succession under which on a failure of sons the eldest daughter of tho reigning sovereign would an In England succeed to the throne The decree will It U said greatly Irritate the princes of the Im pedal house who will thus be pushed hack or superseded but there can bo no doubt that it is within the preroga live of the czars who have repeatedly decreed rules of succession Tho new scheme In morover in full accordnnco Kit the history of Itusiio JULY T S MTWTMFTS I 2311b4 56 7 8 i9 10I I 12 13 14 15 16 171 18 19 2021 2Z 2324 25 26 27 28 2930 31 WAVE HOME most CURRENT TOPICS The Jews as a people are the pOOl eet race on the earth A first edition of Robinson Cruaoe has been sold for J151 The first electric railway was that of Siemens at Berlin In 1879 Prof C P Mueller a brilliant lath scholar has just tiled at Breslau King IMwaril speaks German nni Trench almost as well as English Germany sells the United Stat 1 nearly JS000000 worth of beet supa a year Windmills In Germany are now ulIII to produce power to drive electr motorsAt a road has been expert mentally treated with petroleum tll lay tire duct A set of six Chippendale mahogan chairs with open backs fetched J2sa- In London recently Lord Cromer has sent to Maj Gough on service in Somallland a magnificent riding camel as a present The Mysore government has decided to abolish the district jail of Shimag owing to a paucity of convicts The Imports Into the United States exceeded 1000000000 In the months ending with March 1903 The Nbrweglan local boards have prohibited motor driving on nearly all the roads throughout the country If the Mississippi valley were III densely populated as Massachusetts It would have 350000000 Inhabitant The exportation of oil of roses from Roumanla last year amounted to 7751 pounds representing a value of over ICOOOOO Summer farming schools for town boys are to be opened near Brooklyn and the lads will be taught vegetable the Increase of madness among dogs In Vienna and South Austria all exhibitions of dogs and cats are prohibited Prof Dunbar of Hamburg claims to have discovered the poison In the pollen of flowers which causes hay fever and also Its antidote- A pension has Just been granted to Thomas H Howard of Houston Tex for services In the Seminole Indian war In 1835 and 1836 Wearing monocles the latest fashion for ladles a craze recently started In Paris by ladles of the Servian colony Is extending to London Enormous swarms of locusts have appeared In the neighborhood of Szolnok Hungary and have laid the country waste for mites Nearly nil the safety matches which are safe against friction on sandpaper stone wood or brink Ignite readily from a quick rub on glass During the week of the Servian tragedy the weekly average of 100000 words at the central telegraph office Vienna was almost trebled A dimes worth of flank beet furnishes 284 pound of sustenance but the same value In tenderloin furnishes less than onefourth as much A London judge ruled that the cost of a photograph ordered by a wife without the express authority of her husband could not he recovered The average Australian cats twice as much meat as an Englishmen three times as much as a Frenchman and four and a halt times as much as- a German The St Louis fair appropriations In the states and territories amount to 6107500 or 707909 more than tha total from similar sources at the Chicago exposition When a British ambassador Is ap pointed to France he is allowed UO 000 for outfit In the case of promo tlon 14000 Is allowed and in the case of transfer 10000 After having attempted to commit suicide by hanging a Viennese girl soaked hoer clothes In a alcohol and set fire to herself She died in a hospital the other day from tbe effects of the burnt 1t THE FEUD CASES Telt all White Art on Trial atI Cyntliiuua Ky f The People of Cynthlana Expre Themselves as Satisfied That a Fair Trial Could De Obtained No Trouble Anticipated Cynthlana Ky July STho firs day of the famous trial of Curt Jett and Toni White for the murder of Jas U Marcnm was over Monday afternoon at 320 oclock Many wltncsse are In attendance at the trial and tho city la unusually quiet The SO jitror were called Monday morning and 2t answered present and of them Ilx were excused There are IS to rtpor Tuesday morning at 830 oclock whet court again convenes For the prose rutlon Is Commonwealths Attorney I P Fryer and County Attorney J S Webster and they arc assisted by F Byrd who was the attorney for thin prosecution of this ease a month ago In UrratlilU county For the defeiif Messrs J I Ulanton LafJorty am King of this city and It F French of Winchester and James n Black oC HarbiHirvllle and II Golden of liar bourvlllc Ky Jests mother sits close by him am watches the proceedings with grea care and earnestness Judge Osborni said he would draw the remaining of the jurors from the drum In the clr cult clerks office Tuesday when thi present number was exhausted It Is thought that a jury can bi easily oh tallied At the afternoon session the nttor neys were slow about coming In am they did not arrive until 215 when ai nllldavlt of Jett and White was filet saying that they could not try thcli case at this term of the court on ar count of absent witnesses which hal been summoned and which were not present Monday at the calling or their names The affidavit further stated that on account of the present Inflamed condition of the public mlm and on account of the presence of sol dlers lure they did not believe that a fair trial was obtainable The prose ciitlon then retired to consult anti cannel In and objected to the filing 01 tho affidavit and Judge Osborne per mitten it to be filed and overruled same and ordered an attachment to Issue at once to Rreathltt county for the absent witnesses saying that they could give bail for their forthwith ap pearauce at the sum of 200 There is no Immediate signs of dan ger of a conflict and the people all ex press themselves as saying that a fall trial could be obtained here Col Roger Williams stated Monday afternoon that the differences between him and Judge Osborne had been en tlrely healed over that they were working together now In perfect harmony and understanding about the trial and the protection of the prisoners The soldiers are rather sore at Judge Osborne for the part he took In last Saturdays actions but now they are feeling better The judge wanted Cal Williams to bring the prisoners to the courthouse under the protec tlon of the soldiers In civilian dress but the colonel refused and they will escort them from Jail to the court house door as they did In Jackson Ky when they were tried there Capt J U Ewen the main witness for the prosecution In the JettWhlte trial returned to Cynthlana on the 4 p m train from Lexington He was met at the train by Sergt Swlnforl and two men and escorted to Camp Licking where he will remain under protection of the guards until after be testifies In the case CARDINAL GIBBONS The American Churchman Received Cordial Welcome Rome July 2SAlmost all of the cardinals of the conclave have now arrived Their time Monday was mainly occupied with a lengthy meet ing of the congregation which was notable for the cordiality with which Cardinal Gibbons was received After the meeting the cardinals received nu merous visitors at their residences In well Informed circles Cardinal An gelo DI Pletro pro datary of the late pope Is being talked of as a com promise candidate In the event that Cardinals Oreglla Gottl Rampolla or Vannutelll Is unable to secure the nec essary votes Should DI Pletro be elected pope lie would It Is said bo the representative of the Kampolla Gottl faction and yet would bo fairly acceptable to all Blacks Arming Themselves Roanoke Va July 28 Serious trouble Is threatened between the whites and blacks near nine Ridge Several nights ago a Negro woman was whipped by a party of white mentor Insulting a lady during the ab sence of her husband This angered the Negroes and they have been arm- Ing themselves A telephone message Monday night says the whites are armed and considerable excitement exists Labor Situation in Austria Vienna July 2SA report by the chief industrial Inspector of Austria shows that the labor situation In this country greatly depressed many factories running on short tune and the iufferlng families of the Industrial classes Second Payment Made Washington July 2Srho Indian bureau Monday paid 150000 to the Iowa and Apache Indians at Anadar ko Okla being the second payment made to them for surplus lands under the act pasted by congress In J902 ANOTHER RAGE RIOT Two Killed and TwcntyTw Wounded at Danville HI One Negro Was Lynched and Hie Body Burned A Bitter Feeling Between the Two Races Has Existed For a Long Time Danville III July 27 JaW Wit son colored was arrested charged with brutally assaulting Mrs Thomas nurses wife of a farmer at Alvon just north of here Saturday Hi curt fessed whoa placed In jail A mob of 000 men started for the county juil clamoring for hit life On the way a Negro named John D Mttcalfe said to be a fugitive from Evansvllle hid became Involved In an altercation with some of the until They started for him and he pulled a gun and fired Henry Gatterman It young butcher fell mortally wounded expiring a few seconds later The Nc gro was arrested by tho olllcers but the mob soon took him away from the officers and hanged him to a tele graph pole His hotly was later ml down and taken to the square In front of the jail mill burned The mom then made an attack on the mail In a vain effort to get Mrs slur iess assailant A battering ram WitS Improvised and an assault made on the jail and the sheriff and the guards restated and finally fired Into the crowd Twentytwo persons wen wounded and the riot commenced The pollco station was wrecked and the county Jail had almost all Its won dows shattered The city Is now In the hands of th state troops and a feeling of uneasl ness and dread prevails everywhere After daylight appeared Sunday morning there were restless crowds or the streets Hundreds of farmers poured Into the city and each stir rounding town contributed to swell tlu crowd There were many miners Ften- on tht street Great unrest anti a threatening attitude was repotted from Veatvllle five miles away Early In the morning Wit von the Negro assailant of Mm Bur gras was secretly taken from the county jail but was returned shortly IIImnln to the JaiLIFour companies of militia arrived at 830 Sunday morning from Springfield Companies A II and H of the Seventh Illinois Infantry were sent In reply to urgent requests sent at midnight to state official The troops marched to the market house opjmnlte tho jail and camped Streets were cleared and the threatening attitude of the crowds dlsapixared There were sullen threats heard butno attempt at an outbreak was manifest during the day Sunday night 100 sentinel were petroling the utrrttn In the Immediate vicinity of the jail Each soldier rat rles 40 rounds of ammunition Sheriff Whitlock said Sunday In glv ing his version of the shooting Into thin mob After saw from the jail that the mob was determined to attack went to the veranda and attempted to talk to the maddened men As I step pent Into view of the crowd two bullets were fired one striking the wall bark of me fired two shots Into the air Some ono shouted that I was only binding and was shooting blank cart ridges I warned the mob would resist an attack on the Jail with pon der and lead There was another shot from the mob and It surged forward I then fired a s tot from my shotgun Into their legs This drove them bark but they returned a moment later to the attack of the front door I was alarmed for the safety of mv wife and children My wife took a gun and said she would stand by me got her and the children out of the way and then seeing the leaders coming with tho rail to hatter do vn tho walls I shot down the rail to make them trot it This accounts for so many being shot In the hands and arms I tired eight or ten shots In all Sheriff Whltlork had four deputies and three constables with him In the jail guarding the prisoners He sass none fired Into the mob but himself Leading citizens say the outbreak lias been expected by them for a lon t time as bitter feeling has existed fur several years between tho Negroes and a ccitaln clash of white persons A number of miners outbreaks have Occurred during the past year The feeling against the soldiers Is noticeable Tho commissary depart mont Sunday had much trouble get ting restaurants to servo meals Many refused to feed the soldiers There was one clash between tho guard and a miner named Ed Liggett who be gan abusing the guard The soldier leveled Ids bayonet and Liggett was arrested and fined 100 Maj Gen Davis Retired Manila July 27Maj Gen George W Davis has transferred the com nand of the department of tho Philippines to Maj Geti James F Wade Gen Davis having been retired for age Gen Davis will said for San Francisco on tho Sherman Death of ExConjreiiman Clancy Now York July 27News of tbd uddcn death In Butte Mont of foro- mer Congressman John lit Clancy ono of tho most widely known demo ratio politicians In Brooklyn reached its relatives In that borough Sunday lie had went there for his health An Auto Trip Across the Continent Now York July 27Dr H Nelson Jackson of Burlington Vt and Sew all It Crocker his chauffeur Sunday completed an automobile trip across the continent which began at Sao ranciico May 23 A Sweet Tooth Is responsible for many aches and paints Rut whatever the cause of de cay it should bo arrested and the Teeth put in good condition We clean fill or extract teeth with out pain to the patient Our fine sets of tooth at ffi made on xylonite or rubber are absolutely per feet Wo guarantee them Teeth extracted 25 tenth The lest amalgam filling 75 cents Special nc commodations for patients from a distance who write for appointments Dr V H Hobson Offlrr nril ilwr lo Iwt ofllr Richmond Ky tENr- w teeomMty obttti ti e sal rortnpln tLA nrlnrrsuruttIt-uwarrt elwell prk1l m mu- oIrlle lulls lb R trchd rpurtou rrkbual Ito fWIFT4iC0 rttettELlr OnUI PN4nt0eles sslnllA JEmmp OOOL r Lionel Dry Battery Fan Alrt rd rot tw OnlrOnoOnl hour la riaArjrhaitrlntflit run aD furnhurn lOlnrh rnndtrue luwplrtetirt slam- It lUllfrlmi In Isn- trostircrd romplrt ties 44- o uurlrt oil put 175 aormnx O Taft101 wse t eiet1616 0 Juror Piiior KTIILI Ky Ctttnrrh ol III Hlmnnrli When tho stomach in overloaded when rood in taken into it that roils to digest it decays and inflamer the mucous membrauo exposing the nacres nod causes the glandn to an cret muciu instead of tho natural juices of digestion This is called Catarrh of tho Stomach For years I mffered with Catarrh of the Stomach caused bjr indigestion Doctors anti medicines failed to benefit mo until I used Kodol dyspepsia cureJ K Rhea Coppell TIIBII Sold by Kasl End Drug C- oREPAIR THAT LOOM Berca Collego line secured market for homespun end home woven goals Buch as led coverliils linen dross linney jeans blankets etc at follow ing prices Covcrlidf ti to fO Linen 40 to M cents a yard Dross Linney DO cents a yard Jeans CO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes f3 a pair While linsey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders CoTerlida must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2f yards 90 Inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes- Anywomnnwhowants to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College bould find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For information apply in person or bjr letter tc Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky Th llo a Worm Mrilleln H P humps Druggist Leighton Ala wrlw One of my customers had a child which was sickand threw up all food could retain nolh ing on its stomach He bought ono bottle of Whites Cream Vcrmi fuge and it brought up 119 worm from the child Its the boss worn medicine in the world WhitoV Cream Vermifuge is also the chil drens tonic It improves their dlges tlou and assimilation of food strength ena their nervous system and restores them to the health vigor and elastic ity of spirits batural io childhood 2Co at East End Drug Cos IONIIMENTSSVs Or nlU and Marble Work of nil kinds done iu a workmanlike manner at men oimbla prices and with iliHpatch Alltork guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA WCHMOND Ky Corn ret Malt iod Onltlni Simla juil loui llrtliliu Take a Little Early Hicorit will euro constipation bilioiiHiioiw and liver trouble DoWittH Little Early Risers are different from other pills They do not gripe and break down thin mucous mumbranoM of thin stom inch liver anti bowels but Guru by gently arousing tho secretions mud giving strength to these organs Sold by Kant End Drug Co DR M E JONES Ie Dentist is Offlte Over IlinliiiK olfice Office DaysVednrsday to rnJ of the week- GARNET HOTEL 0 Newly Pitted up Meals Board suds Lodging at popular prices Secondat opposite Court Lieu o Richmond Ky R 0 ENGLE Prop llrpnltlt rlrrtBlackheads piinpli greasy rRo muddy coinpleiioni which nn no common among women tvipecinlly girls at a certain ago dtwtrojrinK beauty ilinfimniug and making ropul sine featurcix which would otherwisfi appear attractive and n fine l indicate that the liver m out of ender Au oc casional dome of Horbiuo will cleanM the bowels regulate the liver and BO establish clear healthy complexion We at lat Iud Drug Con Without Harness The best horse III the world is of lit tle rise With well made perfect fitting harness ou ho becomes both useful suit ornamental- If style is desired our 5I0 BUGGY HARNESS will fill the bill to a dot It is light handsome anti very durablo If strength is the main considers tion our 20 TEAM HARNESS will meet all rtxuirumeuts Couldnt bs stronger if it was nil Iron T J Moberly Richmond KY Curie KcUllr Rev W L Riley L L D Cuba New York writes After fifteen days excruciating pain train solatia rheumatism under various treatments I was induced to try Bollards Snow Liniment the first application giving my first relief and tho second entire relief I can give it unqualified rec ommondatiou 2fc 60 aad 5100 at East End Drug Cos r OGG CO GROCERIESand DRY GOODS fruits and Vegetables a Spinally Sole 4 zeDt for BIDDer Cream Bread 6PPOSIIC sugouiii sins t I1 fr THE CITIZEN t tHHHHHHHWHHIHi I i The Home J JBHN1B LESTER HILL Editor IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIASIIED liriOWK POTATOES ThH Is a nice way to use cold potatoes left from dinner Chop tho potatoes fIfluothen moisten with a littlo cold gravy of nay kind If you hnro no gravy loft bring ouo half cup of milk to H boil Place ono level tablespoon rill of flour in a cup and rub until smooth in an equal amount of water Pour into tho boiling milk let haila 1fewminutes and neanon with salt and pepper Moisten your chopped pota i toes with this but do sot get too moist Scatter a teasixxmful of bread crumbB in a buttered frying pan put in tho iwtatonw preying down Rirooth and oven Let tho l otatcHw fry until brown on tho lot tour thou fold like an ouieltitC- HKAIIEU POTATOES Cut cold toilet potatoes into limo emits Tut into well buttered frying pan and let rennin anti slightly yellowed but not browned Stir to gather in a teacup until smooth two level tablespoon fuls of flour and a little leas of water Pour this mix hire into ono cup of boiling milk stir ring constantly to prevent lumping Seanou to taste with gall and pepper and whop itis cooked little pour over the potatoes in the frying pau Let it toil up and servo hot Creamed potatoes should IHI shaken in tho pan to prevent scorching and not stirred or they will bu mushy Hard boiled t eggs either hot or coMaro nice to serve with this dish crmrr or COOKINO ON TUG FOOD VALIC Or POTATOES L lu order to obtain tho highest rood value potatoes should be cooked without pooling 2 When potatoes art peeled boo- fora cooking the leant loss of food value is sustained by putting thorn directly into hot water and boiling at rapidly an poMible- i When potatoes are parrot and t soaked in cold water before cooking s the loss in their rood value is nearly onefourth In view of these facts then tho beat way to bail potatoes to get their full rood value In to wash them thoroughly using a small brush then rinse in clean water and put to cook in boiling nailed water using just enough to cover Hashed or cream ed potatoes aro always butler whom first boiled in this way Potatoes boileU with their jackets on may also bo prepared for the tItahlo by peeling after boiling then dipping in melUdsalted butter anti putting in a pan to brown in tho oven When potatoes aro pooled before tolling wash rinno and pare then s rinse quickly in clear water but do not allow to stand in tho water Put to boil iu railing salted water just nuilicient in quantity to bo nearly boiled away whoa the potatoes aro soft Drain oft the water which re mains remove to tho back of the stove and throw a white clothover tho potatoes to absorb the moisture Do not cover tho tatoa with a tin lid after draining or they will absorb tho moialuro and be soggy HHHHHMHH HHlMHHHH Schoolk I Gi JOUR WIRT DINSMORB Editor IHM dt1IhlMIHMHH Resolutions Adopted at the Owsley County Teachers r Institute The teachers of Owxley county in t institute session assembled July 17th HKXt mako the following resolutions I That we commend our honor able county superintendent for secur t5 fug the able and proficient orlofJ W Diusmore as our instructor II That we tender our thanks to Prof King for his valuable sugges tions anti especially for his interesting lessons in drawing We are also t grateful to Prof C A Duggor Car f Yr penter Rebecca Herd Rev Mr Con nell E C Scale and others for their t presence and assistance tt III That ws thank Mr Wesley Frost for his faithful work as socre = tary ttlhefand generous hospitality shown to us ti while bore V That we will leave hero with 2f8nowd determination to push the Interests of tho common schools this year I 1b1I v VI That we will do all in our power to improve tho school houses furnishings and grounds VII That we will be a cheerful and pleasant body of teachers making companions of our pupils thus mak ing the schoola plnco where children desire to bo- WE3LEV FROST Seo- yIHIHHHHHHHHI4HHJ The Farm i SILAS CIIEEVER MASON Editor HHIHHH1JHHHHHWW4I1 How to Improve Mountain Farming Article 3 The Kitchen Oarden ttmllnucUroin Imt week In preparing till ground the utmost caro should bo exercised Tho land should first bo plowed with turning plow harrowed rolled with a roller then harrowed again in order to form tho oarth mulch which checks tho rapid evaporation unit wJuhl other wise take place It in always bust to procuro seeds front sumo roliablo seedsmen directly or to procuro seed put up by them Tho garden should obtain the full honoflt of all the barnyard manure which it can use then if there is any left over it should bo put on some other part of hofarii but caro should be taken to that time garden gets all it needs before any other part gets any at all If barn yard manure is not obtainable the best commercial fertilizer to bo obtained ia nitrate of soda which is nitrogen in its purest formA rotation of crops can be worked on tho garden just the same an on any other field which tho farmer pos Hcvsefl For instance one of the rota lions used on the college garden this spring was as follows an early variety of dwarf peas was planted early in the spring then a little later cabbage and tomato plants wore set out be tween tho rows or another variety of vegetables may be substituted with- In equally good result such as sum mer squashes watermelons musk melons or cucumbers At tho close of tho season the gar din should ho plowed then tho ac tion of tho frost during the winter will free a largo amount of plantfood which has up to this time boon un available and thin garden will be roady to work in tho early springS MARSH To Berea Parents Important Tho teachefs of the Institution have nosed for sometime the fact that scholars who spend part of the year attending tho Freo School and part tha Institution make very little prog roes and hinder tho progress of others in their daises They do not do nearly so well an those who attend ono or tho other right through There la souse change of books and a difference in the grading and it is a poor plan in every way His desired that all who can should attend tho Institution where they can have a teacher for each grade and make most rapid progress Tho work of tho Model schools will be hotter than over tho coming yearttnd with tilt free textbooks anti general advantages of the school it is certainly boat for all who can to attend tho no scholars whose homes are in Korea will bo encouraged to at tend except those who enter In the fall planning to continuo through the three terms of tho school year There is talk of refusing to receive any pupils from Berea who do not enter tho first of tho fall term FacultyinIs well for everybody to know that such a rule may bo passedand to undonitand the reasons Certainly no help in tho way ol work or student aid will be given to thoso who do not have tho ambition and foresight to plan for a years schooling It is bet ter to do good work itba smaller number rather than have classes broken up by taking in now scholars dropinare regular and punctual to make negligeutpublic schools are now fairly good and thoso who can not attend the Institution have a chance for seven mouths of school thore But every parent should plan his childrens education at least a year aheadand not let his plans drift and change Fall term opens Sept 16 Clean old newspapers Go a package at the CITIZEN ollice z r n Mrc Laura Fee Etnbreo was taken yesterday evening with a sudden stroke of paralysis and died at 740 oclock this morning As we go to press arrangements for the funeral have not yet been completed but it will not occur before rfext Monday Cured or Clirnnl IHirrhoe After Ten Year of MafT rlng III wish to say n few words in praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy says Mrs Mattie Burge ofMartiiisvillo Va I suffer ed from chronic Diarrhoea for ten years and during that time tried var ious medicines without obtaining any permanent relief Lait summer one of my children wax taken with cholera 1001 hUH and I procured a bottle of this remedy Only two doses were required to give her entire relief I thorn decided to try the medicine my self and did not uso all of one bottle before I was ellnd I have never since been troubled with that com plaint One cannot say too much in favor of that wonderful medicine This remedy is for sale by S E Welch Jr A GREAT OFFER Dally Louisville Times Weekly Courier Journal and The Cltlsen Six Month for SISO By special arrangements we will send TIlE CITIZEN and Weekly Cou rler Journal and Daily Lou iatille Times all three for six mouths to the same or separate addresses for only 1160 The price of the Louisville TYniM alone for six months is 300 thus giving you three papers for half the price of one This offer is for a limited time only and is made to old aa well as now subscribers of TilE CITIZEN If you are an old subscriber we will give you credit for 50c on your subscription Address all orders with f150 inclosed to TilE CITIZEN Berea KyJ- AMES M RACER Editor There have been four killings and one attempted assassination in Broat bill county since the adjournment of court last Saturday NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of B C Richardson are hereby notified to file same with me properly verified for payment on or before August 25 1903 at the Berea Banking Companys Bank iu Berea Ky or same will be barredW H PORTER Admr Dtt bonis non B C RICHARDSON Estate At the State convention of the Baptist Young Peoples Union hold at Georgetown Ky last week there was a large attendance auda fine program Dr Everettt Gillof Louisville was elected president and H E Trolley was re electelecrelary- WANEDYoung Men to prepare for Government Positions Fine Open InKS in all Departments Good Sal cries Rapid Promotion Exams us tions soon Particulars free InterState Cor Inst Cedar Rapids la Sowing machine for sale at the CITIZEN ollice- Strength and vigor come of good rood duly digested Force a ready toserve wheat and barley food adds no burien but sustains nourishes invigorates tile IrDeat That Talked Like a Nan In John Aihtous Curious Creatures of Zoology there Is a quotation from a little Latine booke printed at Vien na In the yoare 1551 which tells a most wonderful story Ashtoii quotes as follows Thou was found In a uiowe or rycke of corn almost as many snakes adders and other serpcntes as there was sheafes so as no one sheaf could bo removed but there presently appeared a heals of ougly and fierce Berpcntca The countrle men deter myned to set fire upon the barn and so attempted to do but In value for the straw would take no Ore although they Inbound with all their wltts and pollcye to burn them up At last there appeared unto them at the top of tho heap a huge great ser pcnte which lifted up his head and spake with a mans voyce to the coun trio men saying Cease to prosecute your devise for you shall not be able to accomplish our burning for wee were not bredde by nature neither came we hero of our owne accord but were sent by Qod ttcke rcsscscs on the slnuca of men Ashton leaves us In tho dark as to what the countrle men did but It Is natural to suppose that they surren dered at once tI- a r f1IR u + + + t+ + + ++ + + + + + + + + + + eI++ + + + + +++ + + ++ + + + + + + + ++ + ++ + + + + + + + + + ++ +++ +i OERIs OLDinn rcstl thy warfare oer Sleep the sleep that knows not breaking Dream of battled fields no more Days of danger nights of waking In our isles enchanted hall IlniulH unseen thy couch lire strewing Fairy strains of inutile fall IJIwarfare Holds wnse no oer Jn HlulIIllIrdewlngi I hrenklngMorn No rude sound shall reach thump ear Armors clang or wgir steed champing Trump nor lliroch miuimon here Mustering clan or x tindron trumping Yet the larks shrill fife may crone At the daybreak from the fallow And the bittern sound Ids drums lloomliiK from the podgy shallow Under sounds shall none lie near itnirds nor warders ehnlenge here Heres no warsteeds neigh thud champing Shouting clans or squadrons stamping nuntpnmn rest thy clause Is done While our slumberous spells assail ye Dream not with the rising sun Itugles here slant Hound reveille vSleopl the deer Is In his den Sleep thy hounds girt by thee lying Bleep nor imam In yonder glen How thy gallant stud lay dying Huntsman rest thy chase Is done Think not of the rising sun For at dawning to assail ye lien no bugles sound reveille KINGDON GOULD READY FOR A GAME OF POLO George Gould rand his two sons Klngdon anti Jay are all clever polo players and together with lien Jskoll compose the famous Lakewood X1 polo team winners of many notable trophies and events Klngdon Is a fearless player mIl an excellent horseman and dashes lute the thick of the fray regardless of the safety of Ids neck I t GEMS IN VERSE t What There Time For Lots of time for lots of things Though Its said that time has wings There Is always time to tend Ways of being sweet and kind There Is always time to share Binllcs nod goodness everywhere Time to send the frowns away Time a gentle word to say Time for helpfulness and time To assist the weak to climb Time to give a little flower Time for friendship any hour Hut there Is no time to spare For unkindness anywhere Frank Walcott Hutt A Gentleman He could not be so poor that he would hate the rich Nor yet so rich that he despised this poor He Is so brave and just that not a turn or hitch In aU of Fortunes winding way auld lure Him to an act or thought of vile Ingrati tude Hes true unto himself and the to everyman And has that courage high and grand and strong That comes with kindness and with honor leads the van To aid the right and sternly punish wrong To strip Injustice till It shivers shamed and nude He seeks the culture that refining gives n grace And comfort to himself and those around lie has not ostentation nor would he abase Himself to thus become a monarch crowned Clean comeahls thought and from his hand a brothers grip He comes from anywhere aye een from Nazareth From north and south and from the east and west He comes as comes the cool and grateful breezes breath He need not be an angel from the blest JIa might be thus too good for mana l aawaplaaebiari a V Love Letters There ought to bo n law making it n capital crhuo to keep any letter Moro than six months Moro than half the trouble in this world tho sort of trou ble I mean that breaks peoples hearts and is occasionally aired in tho divorce cpnrts is caused by letters foolishly preserved Of course sensible people nover write letters that all time world might not read But nil tho seimiblo people are dead for I venture to say thoro is not ono of us who has not at soma period of his lifo poured forth his soul iu a letter hed givo his ears never to have written If you area man it doesnt so much matter for oven if your letters to your old sweetheart do fall into tho hands gf her present hus band it isnt at nil lifcly holl read thorn Men havent enough curiosity in tho matter Hoiorablo scruples Not u bit of it simply lack of curiosity But if you aro n woman doesnt it mako you writhe in spirit to think of those letters you wrote Jack or Will or George when yon were sure ho eras the only man iu the world Of course the girl ho married has road thorn trust n woman for that and she has inado fun of your souls outpouring and well its enough to turn otmos hair white to think of it Love letters ought to bo written in ink that would facto in a fortnight but long as they aro not people who keep them ought to bo pat into solitary confinement for all tho rest of their lives Washington Post Onlr Room For One Lady Uow could you bo eo foolish as to put anything on that newly paint ed table Maid nut I saw Mr Jones lay sev eral articles there Lady What of that If my husband makes a jackass of himself he line a right to but you havent you stupid creature V j Queen Quality The Famous Shoes for Women Never fail to give satisfaction Once a wearer always a wearer Try a pair and be convinced We are sole agents for Madison county We can also please you in Mens Shoes Hats Shirts Underwear Neck wear etc RICE ARNOLD Main St Richmond Ky 0 ro +o +o+o +c+o+o+o +o +o +o +0 + 0oo G D Holliday oo0o+ 0 1o1 Coof Philadelphia 0oo Manufacturers of I Dress Goods a o aSuitings + E d Will solicit the trade of all 1- o + 0o1and Eastern Kentucky dur ing the season with a full t ooI t 1 highly appreciated o Miss Ida M Snyder Treasurer ol tile Brooklyn East End Art nab If women would more attention to their health we would have more happy wives mothers and daughter and would observe results would find that the doctors prescriptions do not- perform the many cures they are given credit for In consulting with my druggist he advised McElrtci Wine of and Thed fords BlackDraught and 10 took It and have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with restored health and It only took three month to cure me Wine of Cardui isaregulatorof the menstrual is a as tonishing tonic for women It cures too frequent irreg ularand painful menstruation sailing of tho womb whites and flooding It is helpfulwhen approaching woman pregnancy after child birth and in life It fre quently brings a dear baby to homes that barren ears AH druggists have 100 bottles of Wine WINE0FCARDUINo hesitate to speak well of Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets after once trying them They always producea pleasant movement of the bowels im prove the appetite and strengthen the digestion For sale by S E Welch JrFor a lazy liver try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tableta They invigorate the liver aid the digestion regulate the bowels and prevent bilious attacks For sale by S E Welch Jr vx nnnnnnnnnuu t KEEP AWAY My boy keep away from temptation It may conquer you ere uu tMnK Tin a perilous thins to dally And toy with the demon drink Itnny stronger thnn you have tarried They were safe and secure they thought Yet they yielded one fatal moment I And wiclcsprcnd ruin was wrought So keep away from temptation TIs your safest plan my dear son Do not sully your IIea fair record Ere your manhoods well begun Ior theres nothing but sorrow follow y In the wake of a mane first drink Do not take the first step It may plunge you Down over perditions brink Charlotte Archer ltaney THE SAD STORY OF DRINK 1S hut n Mitht ll it the IOMIII j lluapllHl IlniiiKlit to the llKht 1That telephone bell again just when one was getting to bed at two a m having been out toa bad ease and fafterlooking Yes forward to a good rest Youre wanted sir All right I am coming and so hastily slipping on ones clothes again it did not take long to get down There In the great empty hall with Its massive pillars and rows of empty scats a man is waiting to escort us to one of the homes of an East end slum where bomeone has been taken suddenly Ill and Is too bad to be moved I wish some of you boys would come with us as we step out into the broad and brightly lighted Whitechapel Road Come along we must turn down a by street though and then another and another The silence is only broken by our hurried footsteps on the cobbles the moon and stars are looking sadly and silently down from a cloudless sky the lamp posts shed flickering light in the narrow streets and occasionally one Is startled by a couple of policemen who suddenly appear round a corner or are standing halfhidden in a doorway- At length Booth street Spltaflclds Is reached and we turn Into a doorway A candle upstairs reveals the staircase rotten and filthy Mind your bead as you ascend and halfway up youmust step across the legs of two lodgers who with a sack thrown over them are lying on theplat form at the angle of the staircase and who are snoring heavily At the top one of the doors opens and we enter It Is not hard to describe the furniture the bed on which the sick person is I lying covered not with clean sheets and THE DOCTOR STEIIED ACROSS TIlE LEOS OF TWO LODGERS blankets but with a filthy old feather bed a table two wooden chairs and a chest of drawers On the mantelshelf are a few little ornaments There are no pictures nor carpet in fact nothing else excepting dirt In one corner Is a child of live asleep This Is the only room of this home of an Eastender where the soap and hot water for us to wash in before leaving has to be borrowed from Mrs Some body next door that Isln the next room It is awfully sad work to see these poorest of English homes and on reach- Ing the hospital again another messages waiting This time the case Is sadder still a tiny single room In Twine Court Shadwell Mother Is ill but three of the children are la the same bed while two others are sleeping on three chairs put side by side The walls have been stripped of pictures because father Is out of work a tiny fire Is burning which the neighbors have kindly supplied The bedstead and six chairs are going to be fetched away the next Monday If the next installment of hirepurchase money Is not paid Doctor could you give us a milk supply ticket as I pawned the last pair of the childrens boots today for food asks the mother e wonder how the crowds of little children brought up In these benighted homes can live badly fed and clothed a whole family In ono room and sur rounded by filth and squalor because the parents are literally too poor to Jlcep things clean What happinesscan these poor little things have In life children of the gut ter with only the streets to play In1 One woman told me that her husband rave her five shillings a week for herself and the children and abe had to pay four shillings out of It for rent for that one room How Is ItT why is It you ask Ah in most cases it Is the old story the drink We may talk lightly of the evils of intemperance and say what fools men must be to taketoo much but what about the poor little fellows who live on a cjnyle of crusts a day and run v about shoeless In crtjiuf but a riggr pair of knickerbockers and chit t Who about these little Innocent RUlfrcra 01 their fathers folly dying In hundred through want starvation and exposure Let us do what we can to it nun e ill one great cause of the terrible miser and sadness of these boys and girls of the East end by doing all In our power to destroy the drink traffic In this our landCan we do otherwise than this when we read such words as these Whosoever shall cause one of these little one that believe on Me to stumble It wer better for him If a treat millstone were hanged about his neck and he wer east Into the seatit RIdge In Ollr Boys Magazine PRESENT AtiD GROWING EVIL onto linpiirlniil Infl Alniul Ibr Drug and lti inr IlabllN IJtu Itlinnliril lij n Doctor In this strenuous rapidtransit liur ryup age where each and every Indl vldtial Is lighting for supremacy where- In the buzzing whirl of commcrelallsn the getting of dollars and cents Is the main Issue and time health and all thought of recreation are sacrificed ti the beckoning power of money every ef fort Is strained every fiber Is taxed to Its utmost the luckless man or woman win does not posaess nerves of steel sooi finds It necessary In order to keop In the procession to use a stimulant tsu ally this begins in the form of an al cohollc drink which for the time be- Ing hastens the blood steadies tin nerves anti stimulates the brain to quicker action but Its motioned use gradually weakens the action of tin heart destroys the nerve tissues pot sons the entire system and unfits the victim for either business or social life The desire for it finally becomes so strong that It is an utter Impossibility to give up its use and selfrespect honor everything is sacrificed to the un natural craving- In a good many instances I think tin overeating of meat Is responsible foi the desire for stimulants particular among the brainworkers who do iwt require the heavy food necessary to tin laboring man Again a good man doc tars recommend the use ot alcohol beverages and In this they are greatly at fault They are equally at fault li too ready use of the hypodermic needle This In all probability Is the direct cause tor the rapidly increasing number of habitues of alcoholic liquors and nar colic drugs particularly morphine am before In the history of the world has the unnafural use of drug and beverages wrought such havoc ai at the present time A person havln once experienced the relief from pair afforded by morphine is tempted to try it again After yielding once the In cllnatlon to adopt its use becomes great er and before the victim realizes the danger he Is in he has become an un willing victim lo Its Influence Mor phlue should never be used when harm lees medicine will sufllce and the ust of alcoholic stimulants and beverage should never be advised R D Ralph M D In Medical talk- TEMPERANCE ITEMS Bishop McCloskey of the Catholic diocese of Louisville Ky has placed a ban on liquor or dancing at church pic ales If a few people did not help them selves quite so freely many others would not need to be helped In Louisiana and Mississippi Texas and Arkansas temperance agitation has advanced greatly In the past three years At the request of Rev Father Murphy 11 boys In Flint Mich promised to ab stain from the use of any Intoxicating liquor until they arc 21 years old Little Henry Ilelncck a flvcycarolr child died In Mascoutah III from the effects of drinking a pint of whisky which the parents had left standing on the table Supt George IL Ayer of the Kansas division of the Santa Fe has discharged six men for frequenting saloons It was not charged that any of the men were ever Intoxicated The state convention of the Catholic Order of Foresters at Its recent session In Oshkosh Wls decided In favor of ex cluding hereafter all persons engaged In the manufacture or sale of liquor Sanatorium Treatment fur Inrlirlntr A bill has been Introduced Into the Pennsylvania legislature which provides for the commitment pf persons addicted to the use of alcoholic or other Intoxi eating drinks to a hospital or asylum for restriction care and treatment Ac cording to its provisions any two rela tives of the alleged drunkard may apply by petition to the quarter sessions court or magistrate setting forth the facts upon oath with an affidavit of at least two physicians based upon examina lion accompanying the petition stating that in their opinion treatment in a hos pital will be of benefit to him If after hearing the court is satisfied that the petition should be granted the person shall be committed to a hospital fur treatment until the judge or magistrate shall be satisfied that further restriction Is of no longer benefit with the further provision that no commitment shall be for a longer period than one year and all commitments shall be renewable under- a writ of habeas corpus Journal ori Inebriety H IrolilhK Mnrrlnur of UrultlnrhIKcv Ur W II BoyK lInn in a sermon on Heredity reo unmcnded a law which would say toI the habitual drunkard Only alter you can give absolute proof before a jury of men that you have lived In btrict so ciety for ten years can yoiiKctllccrse to marry And to the man or woman who has twice been convicted of vlru nal tendencies It should say You shan never marry to bring forth a race oC criminals to burden the earth THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Leso I the iBtrraaUonnl Slid for Anguit I IttOt amort- Annlati David THE LESSON TEXT I Sam 1Mi And Samuel did that which the Lord ipake and came to Uethttlicm And Ihl elders of the town trembled at his coming and said Comest thou peaceably 6 And he said Peaceably I am come 10 sacrifice unto the Lord sanctify yourselves and come with me to the sacrifice And he sanctified Jesse and his tons am called them to the sacrlllcc- t And it came to pus when they wen oome that he looked on KlUb and said Surely the Lords anointed la before him nut the Lord said unto Samuel Loot not on his countenance or on the heigh of his stature because I have refused him for the lord saith not at man seeth fo man looketh on the outward appearance but the Lord looketh on the heart I Then Jests called Ablnadab and made him pass before Samuel And he said tllst br- And he said Neither hash the Lord chosen this 10 Again JUlie made seven of his ion to pass before Samuel And Samuel salt unto Jesse Tile Lord hath not chosen luse II And Samuel said unto Jesse Are hen all thy children And he said There re malnelh yet the youngest and behold hi kecpeth the sheep end Samuel said unto Jesse Send and fetch him for we will not sit down till he conic hither R And lit cent and brought him ln Not he was ruddy and withal of a beautiful countenance and goods to look to Am the Lord said Arise anoint him for tht It he 13 Then Samuel took the horn of oil and anointed him In the midst cf his brethren and the Spirit of the Lord came upon David from that day forward So Samite CblonhnrdInokrlh on the heart1 nni HliT OUTLINE OK SCUIlTtlU SECTION Samuels errantSam 6t3 The sacrificeI Sam 1615- The InspeettonI Sam 16510 The anointing Sam 16111 David and SaulISam I61IK- TIMK Probably about OS It C lLACKnamah Uethlehttn and GtI beak NOTES AND COMMENTS We think none the less of Samuel for taking to heart so keenly the disappointing failure of Saul Hi mourned vr him as for nn only ion His grief seemed to cut the nerve oC his public ambition How long he did nothing about It we do not know It may have been years or onlJaCeI months Hut he viu finally Aroused to take action for Israels future Tin ilynnMy of Saul must noon end Who should succeed him Twelve miles to the souh of linninh hay the fatuous town of llelhlehein the home of Jesse the grandson of Path and ltonz Ills fine family at eight stalwart sons was doubtless known to Samuel whose judicial journeys for many years had given him a wide acquaintance One morning under divine Impulsion the old prophet took his own horn of sa Bred oil and walked to Hetlilrhcm Ills arrival wises surprise and fens at Bethlehem Apparently his vnltt had been Infrequent In his later years and only some momentous errand could have drawn him from Lila quiet retirement at Hainan The people tremble as the think how the old Puritan prophcitrratlll isle enemle and half suspecting some inipunishcc criminal among their number they ask Cotnest thou ppacenbly Quickly he allays their fear and iUleti all suspicion announces laconically his purpose to sacrifice and bids then prepare themselves and join him Sanctify yourselves Wa h your persons and put on clean clothing Gelkie The sacrificial rite having been attended to Samuel now devotes hlnuell to the business which wan the real cause of his corning He goes tt Jessea house nnd interviews his sons Each youth Is measured by the lofty standard of the divine Ideal for the kingship Kliab the oldest Is in the full strength of robust manhood Al first thought the prophet is inclined to accept him and look no further FUil his divinelyInspired second thought warns him not to trust too much iti outward appearance The memory of the handsome young Saul haunt him He turns away He scrutinize the facet of six more of Jesses tons in turn searching for khnglhiesq in dour acter None of them meets Jehnvnh requirementsGoodly look upon Something in Davids face and manner betoken the boys developing possibilities He Inp youthful and untrained he was the more susceptible to Snimiets In finance Early yoiitK Is the time for anointing for ones life IIIh ion Then Samuel anointed him III the midst of his brethren The ceremony was not understood by the brothers They little dreamed the of flee Intended was the kliiKhl Probably the prophet revealed his full pur pose to David and what a deepening effect it must have had upon the young mans life A strange malady had attacked the klna species of Insanity or perhaps only violent despondency Induced by isle growing evil temper This distem per was tonne the soothing effect of music and the youiig hep herd musician from Bethlehem was brought to court to charm Into good humored sanity the king whose site cessor he was destined to be Here he oon became a favorite anclln due time he wits marie the Icings armor hearer KlB and Tltlmtlfn Atheism Is hat CRothcUm Cowardly fear flnrls no favor with Ooel TIll power of the heart is the heart of ollprIt doing the right In tine dark lint Is always hard Gash daj wlll bc bright If we tale it ax it conies new from Gods hand Ue shall never be angry without liming until we arc niigrv only at iin Our pride on nceoinu of the skis we lo not commit will not procure pardon for those we do Hams lloru MEN WHO ARE TALKED ABOUT Senator Hoar of Massachusetts uttered the following admonition at tin Worcester summer school Conutl unions and states cyngrnssM nn laws police an elections all breal down amt come to grief unless bchlnc thorn unit underneath them them human character You may have al these things but there will come a time when you must depend upon onu Individual lo do right At a recent sleeping of Heujamii Hamricks family In Webster Sprlmw 1V Vn It developed that the aggro gate stature of Mr Hamrlck and hi eight sons was sixtytwo and ouehal feet The father stands six feet tlvi anti onehalt Inches nnd the wei off of the family u ron named Wit Horn Is six feet one Inch The mem hers of Ilils remarkable family rang In weight from to 200 pounds Thomas J Mosteller of Hazel Run St Francois county Mo Is the big Seat nan In the state welching something over 500 IK minis and stemlilj gaining As an ordinary meal lio cab from three to live pounds of melt usually consuming about a gallon 01 water at a meal Mr Mosleller was of ordinary bulk until Ida twcntrflftl year He Is now 19 years old and loo some work on his farm l clug nbk tc move alumni quite freely with the nil of a huge cano J B Hapgln tho noted horseman has raised same of tho greatest rarer of which the American turf eats boast but he has never been heard to yet at the closest finish nor dos he ever smile at victory Ills record for tart turnlly Is almost without parallel li being nolhlnjf unusual for him to ihroiiph nn entire day without saying more than half a dozen words It U said that when a close friend stoke tr him of this peculiarity Mr Hagglr made this reply a tremendously long speech for him Joyner my trainer does enough hollering for both of us WHAT SCIENTISTS TELL US In the North sea fisheries InvrstlRa km a plaice has been found to migrate IflD miles In six weeks The new thremoclemrnt of Dr S P Drnsharh Is claimed to be an Impor tflnt advance In tine production of dice trlclty by siuh batteries The electrodes are made up of an alloy of elements ol tho cerium and zlncoolum groups gl Ing wiTh nipper etc Increased electro motive force and conductivity Since this great volcanic disturbances In the Windward Islands It has been impossible to maintain unbroken cable connections between the Islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe mid the French government has established n wireless telegraph service between the two The distance exceeds 100 unties Knslly fusible alloys for casts ol leaves fruits Insects etc ntutat eon tam n cadmium according to a German authority to preserve the article from Injury Such an alloy Is Woods metal which consists of two parts of tin four of lead seven to eight of bismuth and one lo two of cadmium and which fuses between degrees haul 72 degrees C Llpowltzs metal which softens at 5 degrees and becomes perfectly liquid at degrees consists of four parts of tin eight parts of lead fifteen of bismuth and three of cadmium MAXIMS OF A WEALTHY MAN Lis a part of Iiii Mayer 1rilm Itothsrhtld laid down maxims to the ublr nonce of which during life he nttrlb utd much of the success he achlcvrd ttif maxims are now ultraftlng siren lion In Europe anti are rtcommenitd to those who desire to succeed In Itfej Seriously ponder over and thorough ly examine any project to which you Intend In give your attention Reflect a long time nnd then decide promptly Go ahead Endure annoyances patiently and tight bravely against obstacles Consider honor as a sacred duty Never lie about a business affair Pay your debts promptly learn how to sacrifice money when necessary Do not trust too much follicle Spend your time profitably- Do not pretend to be more Important titan you really are Never become discouraged work zeal nisly and you will surely succeed WIT AND WISDOM When a woman sends word loa man Hint she Is not in he should understand that he is not in It Nearly every man think the world would crowd the book stores to buy vol limes of his memoirs There U a sort of vindictive earnestness In the way a married man throws the heaviest old shoe he can find at tho lirldil couple The worst feature of misfortune Is that when you have fairly forgotten It some one happens along with a lot of belated sympathy Silence i golden When you pay a high price for a telephone that Is out of order all tho time you have been gold lcledChicago Tribune TO BANISH INSECTSv It Is rtald that a sniiill bag of mil phur kept In a drawer or Inset that Is Infected with red ants will quickly Ibpcrso them That pennyroyal tea will shrive away en That to get rid of ants scatter qulcl Im about That for waterhugs use borax ant liulvcilcd sugar That cucumber peel when fresh will Irlvi arty and coclroiclies fnitn thi lotsc9Icatdopperas mlxc li with while- sash for cellars will banish Insects Ionic Mayazlna rt Berea College 1865 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL- Over 40 Teachers and SOD Students from 21 States Lamest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS j 1 Applied Science Two Course with agriculture for young 1- 8Iind Domestic Science for young Ladle Schools Ctrrwntrjr Printing Housework Nursing two year Normal CoursesFor Teachers Three courses lead inn to county Certificate State Certificate anti State Diploma Academy OotlrseuFour years lilting for College for business old for life College Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaureate dugreea Music Choral free Hood Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all 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natural condition because we remove tho causes of disease A home remedInrcparrfl by an eminent physician WE GUARANTEE A CURE FREE TRIAL TREATMENT Confidential correspondence especially with physicians solicited Write today Manhattan Therapeutic Association set A headway Nsw nark SUS- w s HEROES AND HEROES manreat the man who struggles unfllnvhlncly Anim the currents of drMlny had hears the storm of adversity We pin unnoticed Weve pUudlti and lean for him who falls Uornc down In the shock ot strife put a word of cheer we neglect to my To him who plods on hit dreary And rights la silence from day towayIThe unseen battles of life tTlrrel courts grant required to face Orlm death on the gory Meld There also courage required to meet Llfei burden and lorrow to brave defeat To strive with evil and not retreat To suffer and not to yield ama movements are there In every life When the spirit longs for rest When the heart II titled with a bleak de tpalr When the weight of trouble remorse and care flume really greater than we can bear And death were a welcome guest i But we crush It down and we go our way To the duties that lie In wait Vrom day to day we renew the tight To ruin the wrong and to reek the right- Va climb at last to the uun crow ned height And to climb oer time and fate And thut for my heart goes out to them r My mud of praise I would give 1i those who struggle lifes path along The host of toll who are patient strong T6 unrewarded unnumbered throne Who am brave enough to live Rocky Mountain Now The Trouble A Jon the Torolito I BT FRANCIS XYNDE- Corf ti hi Its t j triocli irndrr niAPTKK IXO TIMKli t Nun you cure n great dray fur Mr Uykamp dont you mild Hitting Ij und lo urcure an hnld ijion hrrISho bent lower over her work and J lull flush began to creep slowly up i ler the Koflonrd brawn of her lick and check Is that any o your hiiiiliiei she- y Tied nntiiKOiilittlrtilly 111 I own you my life Nun and I i int keep Mlencr and Are you t row yourself awny on that woun iI el lfumphlsite said Iaw an maw ee beets piiltln you up to any tint I of them lam ever wild n ward to me about yourself or tin en leer Hut I know what I nui talk Idrf nluiut The man Iii n conmlrol d ed In the wool He doennt mean to he hone t with you he hAil never n cant to ho ilalleat with nay roinnii If linn eer mndc love to site went on Newlii Mteudlly nnd or the dull lluMi deepening now t rrliHHon I liould not hnri known t it I had toiMhed her Hut the ex IIIalolI come at Innl lour covnnU nil of you fhe i1 liWt out time lieniitlful cyra tvlileh wrr her major rhiirm Ikiahhlg In Jpuntlon and the ripe lips curlliifr senrnfully You dont durnt say It to hton taco nitry one of you He pntlent Non If you unit Im only trying to do you n service Bring y hm to me nnd I shall show von how willingly I hnll confront him with hia pint and glee him n rhanoe to dear hlmnclf If he enn She Tvit silent for n full inlnule Thn site call lies done cleared himself to me youIthat I say you dont dnrttt call him a llur to hUii face I milil minute nRO at It Mtn paw mi nmw at net wogtimeYou neednt to tell me anything bout her I know What half Uykniup told you about Iliac Sanborn That unite o your liuslnrnx either Hut If I was Pier Id keep mighty quiet 1M lie Vhameil to let r on I would H- OMIs Sanhorn has never lisped n word to me or to nnyone Nan And she inn notliln to be nshamed of- site wag innocent UIInM you mean to be You will undumtand me when I arty that If I were her brother f the world wouldnt be large enough F to hold Wyknmp and inynelf- I dont believe ItIIhl sold ntub l liornly Yon cnnt prove Wore thbtg ngInet him none of you- I f can I eon prove that which should make most turn and nil women despise him Humph Him jiald again Talks mighty cheap It wns noV or never I luul cone to my flan round of nuimunllloiiniid It till shot inlsscd the battle would hI post I took the mew Npnper clip ping from n y pocketbook nnd read It nloml to her prolognlug It with IH much of Grnntlcyti letter at wax necessary to clear time reporters story of any possibility of being inin understood She heard me through with her needle nt her lip und I wan dismayed to see her ryes grow hard with minded incredulity The xhot hail missed conuunnddfreturned the Hllp tumid Ilse letter to my pocketbook Not now Nan You arc disap pointed and nngry ns you have n right to be Hut you sllllIhl ipiarrel with the mnunot with the facts I dont believe niiro single word of It an I never will lesnn I see X It with my own eyes She gold It deliberately and quite without bent Youve jest fixed It up amongst you an UK n menu lie from beglnniir to end If I eared enough about It Id toll him what nl you say- I shrugged my ahouluhrsIottecl It to you to tell you Nan null Ive mid the debt The facts mire exactly as I Tnvc stated them wed If you Mill refuse to believe It will be the worse far you I here opolen Unit to you bccaiuc It seenud no more than fair but niiiHt warn you that I cant In jiutlrc allow the matter to rest here Her needle was flying again nod It strongWhatall upI to have done In the first IlIstllllcego to your father with this Information I expected another outburst nnd braced my flagging nerves against the shock of It It did not come She leeeplllgherlog diligently until her task Will finished Then she went into the house and I saw her no more- I meant to carry out my ultimatum that very night when Belter should be free to listen to me It was a hnz mightIla1be a duty clearly defined And when I reflected that I should have ample opportunity to suggest temporizing measures before Seller could go to extremities I did not hesitate Hut the time proved unpropllloiis It wan late when the farmer came In nod when he hind eaten hIs supper not nay diplomacy of mine sudlccd to compass an Interview which might IlItcrrllplonIin my roars under the rough raftern consoling myself with the thought that n day more or peso could make no difference None the lei the threatened cli maxing of the tnigieomedyopprcHsed me nail my dreams were those half real horrors which seem too terrible to Ke true and too vivid to he plan teaks In one of thrill I fancied Nan had come to my room to avenge the arrnlgnmcnt of her lover I saw the door peen by lashes heard the creak of the cltmiKy hinges saw her figure In the halflight made by the team rays silting through the cracks III the shingling I made sure It wax reality anti not n dreamt could hear the night wind sighing in the canyon and the muflled roar of the Torollto among It a bowlders She haul one hand behind her ns If she would keep the weapon concealed and as she crept nearer till horror of It grew upon me until could feel the sweat standing thickly upon niy fore head Not until the shadowy figure had faded Into indistinctness behind the chair where I lead thrown my clothes could J break the spill timid rise on elbow When I was 11- 11111ItlIollnbl nwake some of the ini nglnlngM proved to be indiibilnble realltlex The wind was sighing In the canyon and time tumbling stream lifted IU hoarse roJr in deepvoiced accompaniment The moonbeams were sifting needlelike through the chink between the shingles nnd not withstanding tin dim bolt tiht I could have sworn that the door was moving slightly on its hinges Also the cold sweat of terror was tinmls tnknbleThe following morning when I dressed to go down to breakfast I felt for my pocketposKesslons In me chanical olicdieiiee to a lifelong until They were undisturbed but whim I glanced Into the pocketbook I realized suddenly tint my had been something snore than 11rlIIIIII nry of the night The clipping and the letter from firnnt ley were gone CIIAPTHK X ITraus well ns to the fact that I paid liberally for my footing in the Seller household was nut required to rise at BIIK WKNT INTO TilE I1OU8K AND IISAW HUH NO MOH- Kdnybrcnlnnd breakfast with the fatally and I wiis rather later titan ifsiinl on the morning following the night of luau dreams nail worse reali ties Mrs Seller served me ns IIlIunlh dl iamid Nan was tint visible Knowing the girls excellent reason for avoiding me I thought little ot It nt the time being swallowed up In anxious conjectures ns to what use she would make of the stolen letter and newspaper clipping1 Hut as the daysvarc on amid still she did not appear nnxiety became dread indefinable noel unreasoning but mighty In proportion to the por tentous possibilities It was to little purpose that I tried to argue myself lute n calmer frnni6 of mind that I wrought out the problem of chances again and ngaln in a vnlu endeavor to prefigure what would copse of It At the worst It appeared she could only betray metoWykiimp orlf jeal nosy should prove stronger than love hold her knowledge of the shameful fuels ns U sword over Wini toIlIhJIout my host as one Is likely to reel on when the Inscrutable secrets of a womans heart arc Involved The long tiny brought no explana thin of Nans absence From my post of observation on the porch I saw Wykamp ride peat on His way to his work I nmde sure t hut hedlil not repays until he returned late In the evening nt the tall of the straggling procession of workmen Winifred re turned from the schoolhoiisc at the usual hour In the afternoon and my anxious scrutiny of her face as she came up the walk from the gate und stopped for a word with the con valescent before going to her assured me that as yet the blow had not fallen upon her Stilt tan dim not appear and her prolonged ab settee and tho stolid indifference of her father and mother to It puzzled me not n little I would have glvrl- much to know what had In the featly councils in those carl hours of the morning when I had slept the sleep of the unsuspecting Hy nightfall the Indefinable dread had grown until it had become fir agony of apprehension For twp dnys Macphcrsou had Intermitted his evening visits to the form at Valley plead and after supper I watched and walled in the hope that he would come It had been no part of my plan to make him a confidant in the results of the Grnntley investigation hilt under the changed conditions i now seemed to wisest course and I wax half daft nt the though- that the story might reach through another channel So I my post In the hammock until nine oclock tad then went to my to stay only till I could be sure tha Wh11Ilhcmy stairs with my shoes in my hand The moon was well above the up lifted eastern horizon when I put of my shoes and propped myself In the hammock to continue the pointless vigil There was not the vaguest promise that anything could come o It At time most I could only make sure that Nun did or mild not Como home And yet if life Itself had beet goneiwas as as inn IK in a region where both nigh- nud day arc beyond the Imaginings of the dwellers in lower altitudes The hazeless air was tremulous with the murmurings of natures silences It seemed that I hall never before renlied how white the moonlight could be nor how black the shadows The wind what zephyrsbrcath there was of it was up the valley and on Its wings came the scents of sun cured grasses and the distance softened notes of nn accordion played by one of the workmen in the engineers camp The very aI moa there wits eloquent of pence nile the restless urgency of the latterday struggle for existence seemed rllrI removed After n tine the moon rode higher amid the hammock un der the poreh roof swung fn the blackest iif tLgshallow TIll night air Itegifti to grow cooler nud I hut toned my overcoat and tilled mind lighted my pipe It must have IKHI nearly ten oclock when Nun returned I heard her step In the road amid vxtlngutNhcd my pipe She came up the walk with footstep lagging ns one who flgiU with fatigue and she let herself into lookZingn coming She lad come from some where down the valley otherwise the wind would not have brought me the warning of her approach It was fully half an hour later be fore I could make up my mind to go to heel There was less than nothing to watch for now and despite the overcoat the chill of the night struck deep I climbed out of the hammock stiffly amid took a turn in the minor yard to start the blood a little From the gate I could see the foaming tor rent ot the Torollto rushing past on the opposite side of the road In Its final pliingings to the level of the lower valley I had long since re marked that the river was always much higher at night anti been puz zled to account for it until Maepher son had explained that the night flood tide In n snowfed stream Is proportioned to the heat of the pre ceding day The August day pad been unusual ly hot and the river was In full flood Its thunder filled the silence of the night made it I had almost said limit not to the exclusion of other sounds While I lingered nt the gate the click of n horses hoofs came wtumi borne from the direction of the engineers camp There was n low cottonwood growing on the embank uncut of the ditch just outside the gate nnd I crawled between the wires of the fence and crouched In the shadowy of tie tree The horseman was the engineer lie was riding sloIallil his face was turned from me ns If he were inspecting the turbulent stream ns he followed Its courseln reverse toward the upper canyon I dlvineil puss pur pose Some one Seller I think It was had commented upon the tin safety of the timber colferdam which Wykamp had put In to divert the course of the stream while the workmen were tanking the excava lint for the foundations of the per manent structure and the engineer was on his way to ace how the temporary barrier was standing the iressiire of the night flood It was no concern of more hill for the fact that In time net of rising I heard the Louse door open I should have gone lit to putt Idle speculation to lied limit it did not seem worth while to arouse curiosity touching my lute vigil and Ieraueheelstill lower In till shadow ofmycottonwoodwhen n man crept out nt the slowly opened dour timid went oil nt n shuflllng run neroHi the nearest field It was Setter and wondered If he hind lean CIIIIIlie pont where the ditch crossed ItKLlII running rritd when he held itn up time dry bed of the ditch instead of keep hug to the road I understood his ob ject Hy following the lino of the ditch and crossing the canyon on its flume above Macphcrsons placer u man on foot might reach the mina workings in the upper canyon in nd vatic of a horseman on the trail- Alnlnld it was no concern of- I mine and if Seller had carried his lriflens he did nothe should have prone unfollowcd by me Once more hand was on the gale Intch and 1once more the warning wind brought hardd ofIrapid gallop up the gentle ascent from the schoolhouse Some vague premonition drove me to the shadow of my tree again and I saw the horseman as he cantered past saw his and caught a glimpse of the 1short repeating rifle of the cowboy unslung and lying across the saddle It was Macphemon nnd Nnns long absence was explained ns clearly as stockyturhntthadtforgotten that vengeance belongs to nixtncIIcome I knew Macpherson well enough to be sure that he would glvo hut antagonist n fair chance to defend his life nnd no more As I have said I saw his pace as he rode past me There was no passion in thefcold and unflinching determination of n mild manuercel man goaded past endurance and it was terrible to boy hold At the moment I wax sure of noth 10tto run otter him as fast as n sick tutu might With presence of mind which was entirely mechanical I forsook the road nt the point where Seller hind left it running np the dry bed of the ditch which traversed the small Inner valley hey nd the hogback on n higher leVel than that followed by the rougJl wagon road As it chanced the choice ot the ditch saved my life thflgh when I had wallowed u panting quarter of n toile in the dry anti of the chan was fain to curse the impulse which hind made me forsake the trail ITO De Continue- dESTRANGED = =COMRADES The innrr l of Til o IIIKMI Arin Otllrir and Ite1onrllnw- TrruduCUun A touching story of two friends It told by William HeatlyKingston in hit lournaliMs Jottings They were two ollicers In the Fnglish armj who quarreled about some trifle and although they hind been the closest of comrades became iu consequence en tirely estranged The fact of their separation was extremely bitter to hula of them lI1tlIne Christmas clay one of them received front the other a card bearing a dove with an olve branch The recipient kept the message bj him for a twelvemonth and on the following Christmas sent it bail to lull fellow nllleer who In tutu laid it aside for n year and then dispatched it on the next anniversary Through three successive decades at each Christmastide the mute mes senger was regularly sent In token of continued friendship untila year came when It was forgotten hrcaiu the present possessor was too lint assed by financial losses toremcmbri It III the course of time Christum week however ids wife came upon tin curd and sent it off to her husbands friend with n newspaper cutting re ferring to her husbands bankruptcy The returning post brought her a let her Inclosing a thousand pounds nod explaining that the sender had lust come Into a fortune nnd that lu return for this trifling sum intended for his old friends rescue he should keep the Christmas card as his most precious possession REFLECTIONS OF A SPINSTER Sage Saying try n MiriMvil Minil of the Frinlulnr Sr cm Vnrl title 3lattrra Love without confidence U the rout ot all jeuiotisy Almost all intense natures quarrel with those they adore Xo man Is ever hopeless who retinas even one sweet illusion- It is only womans vatuy whit makes her mans Inferior writes Vndi Agnew in Judge A man who marries without love ell counters lifes costliest game When the present becomes nateful the past seems doubly beautiful Lifes greatest blessing Is to have ab solute confidence in some one Life never ceases to be sweet to tin titan who never ceases to be the lover Sonic men are so scnXItivc as to induce melancholy among their assoct ails The cup of happiness is lint a sieve which Is empty when It reaches tht lips A jealous maim usually says I huts you meaningl love you very deeply Getting ms- slie Good haulSq Willie youre going to school mire you Thats nice And what hire you learned so far Yilllle To whistle without pucker In my lips Chicago lUeorJIItrald 4 IS RUINING SOCIETY Whitelaw Reid Declares Divorce Is Workipg Dreadful Havoc Tclle the Girl nt Vassar College That the Uducnteil Vuniau Can Do Nash to Check the rrrent Tendency Toward I2vll The alarming social condition brought about by the nuuKroux di vorces In society and the great good which can be done by the influence of the college women were discussed by Whitelavr Held in the annual ad dress before the Phi Beta Kappa so ciety of Vassar college In the course ot his address Mr Iteid said Outside the immediate and Ines tunable effect ou the family the con fervative power of educated women naturally will show its influence ou social life They surely will help to check 1U degradation They certainly will cor rect the prevalent vicious conception of 1U real scope From this degrad tug conception comes the constant craze for newspaper publicity and every other form pf publicity If the conduct of the so called In ner circles of society has sometimes seemed to justify this brazen uproar nt their gates so much greater the demand for the conservative Influ ence and the real refinement that C6me frpm the higher training of the superior woman When higher Ideals do return the powerful influence of educated worn en surely will array as never before the best of their sex in compact re listless phalanx against a social evil alarming degrading or demoralizing which steadily has become almost too common to provoke surprise the transformation of marriage from a sacrament of God Into a thoughtless and headlong business or social ar rangement to be dissolved almost at pleasure Six hundred anti fiftyfour thousand persons divorced In this county In the last 20 years Such is the deplorable record on which Homan Catholic and Protestant clergy nre already appealing for a union of all moral agencies to re slat this downward rush of the mul titude Perhaps the Influence may throw down the powerfully intrenched chin dels those of evils that come frpm the ill judged excesses of the best of people It may possibly infuse mod eration Into our new and admirable devotion to athletics and rescue us from those vagaries of sport run mad that have mode time football teacher more important in our universities than the professor of chemistry or of philosophy and the record of the cinder track the essential thing rath er than the baccalaureate degree Harder task yet it may restore sanity to our charity run mad may teach us the infinite harm that lurks in our lazy way of ridding oursolvei from each casual beggar with a care less quarter instead of ti careful inquiry mud may even after a time stop the premium we put upon crime and crankiness when we build palacef for our lunatics and our criminals and Biistaln them in these establishments in comfort and even luxury far beyond the average of what the taxpayers who must meet the bills can afford for themselves tier your guidance the moderate conclusion may In fact be reached that even for sweet charitys sake the upright industrious New York farm er machinist or shopkeeper is not bound to house and feed the crank and the criminal better than he can the children of lips loins and the wife of his boscrc MARKET REPORT Cincinnati July 27 fATTIi Ciimimm i2 S3 fit 400- Huleher steers 4 f0 ff 4 G- 5CA1VKS Kxtra r 00 HOHS Shippert 5ell Gv Mixed picl rM 5 SHEWKxtrii 5 It 4 00 Ii 4 2- 5JMItSlxtrn 4U Gf 50 lIotH Spring pat 4 35 it 4 70 WIIKAT No 2 ml R 77t No 3 winter j 76- CORNNo 2 mlxpd if B2 OATS No 2 mixed ult it- ILYFNu J 6 5i lICh timothy GJli 50 POItKCloif family C1i5 If LAUD Steam Ct IJUTTKIl Ch dairy s 8 12 Choice creamery fl 20 AlllKS Fancy 7f 61 2 50 POTOTOK8 Per bill 50 6j 2 00 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DWlle k CanCklaapo Orders fo- rRegal Shoes Watch and clock repairing are tha specialties of Williams shop Agency foelMa U tsundrf k Take nil your troubles to bins Work guaranteed 4 THE CITIZEN I TWO IN EXILEJ BX rara Lindsay Coleman CopyriQhtllu by T C JfClur The fall rains hall set in and the f mountain town nestled in a basin that oa nil sides was fringed by great hills that pushed against the sky was at its ugliest when Keith came He hall been ordered to this partlcu lar spot by his physician and had been fortunate enough to secure the classes in English at the big ugly reel brick schoolhouse proudly spoken of as the college by the townspeople- In the first days of his coming tired out by the unaccustomed restraint of tho schoolroom and the monotonous drip of the ralu on the roof ha more than once flung his things together determined to risk everything and return to his chosen work and to hti world lint his doctors threat that vague and awful threat of what might befall held him And suddenly the Indian summer S had slipped down on the gorgeous woods and filled them with poetry and t glamour and languorous joy It was late afternoon and a womans voice gentle and refined was calling Pru dente come In I need you Keith laughed a not too pleasant laugh So do I he declared A voice deliciously willful floated through the open window I wont it said The suns slipping behind a far mountain the woods are painted the valleys are spilling over with gold mist Keiths laugh rang out as it should and ho went to the window to view the J young person It was a young person of tourse But she was gone caught up maybe on the curled up edge of the crimson cloud that was sailing straight lulu the suuset splendor In the gossip that rippled round the bonrdlng house table that night he heard that n widow and her niece who were to spend the winter In the cot tage next door bad arrived Keith waa r UB ALMOST RAN UPON TUB OWNER 01 TUB DELIC10C8 TO lOa a silent unsociable fellow but his heart leaped unaccountably at the careless words It was the name he assured himself a name full of dignity and repose that attracted him That night the name came between him and the letters he wrote home It danced oa the pages of the compost tions he corrected PrudenceIt was a delicious name y Ill be hanged If I dont believe Im bewitched said Keith Irritably He got up went to the mantel and took down a picture Youve got n rival lIe bad formed the lonely mans habit of sometimes speaking to himself Shes not in the least tike you Her name Is Prudence For the hundredth time Keith looked into the smiling eyes and wondered why a beautiful and cultured girl such as the picture declared her to be should take this holdeulah way of making a mans acquaintance Fancy n man returning from a long days hunt In the Maine woods to find p girls picture lying face up on the- cot in his tent lie had secured and secreted It before it was noticed He felt a peculiar reserve about It There was something In the pretty proud face that belled the act Across the back of the photograph the words When I am near again and you tall to visit me Iwlll not leave you my picture were written hurriedly Keith carried the picture home with him framed It prettily and set It on his bureau He took a singular delight in the study of this face Sometimes In the midst of his hair brushing be Would say Ill find you some day you beautiful disembodied impossibility or as he tied his cravat Your eyes are serious this morning Miss Daisy Mil ler Have I met with your disapproval In any way They are beautiful eyes I think they arc like some violets that grow la a corner of my mothers gar den In the time just passed when life seemed all rainy days and stupid grammar classes Keith fled for refuge after the days work to his quiet room and there looking at the picture through clouds of smoke he found himself twenty again and a lover I Kftltb 414 Mt meet the girl next i door although he caught glimpses other If ht went out she came In and vanished through the doorway It became In she fluttered up the village street Keith was fairly ashamed of the Interest he took In her movements It seemed so flagrantly unfaithful to his picture lie grew apologetic and put the pictured eyes lu the bottom of his trunk lint a morning came a sparkling flawless morning when turning a cor nor suddenly he almost ran upon the owner of the delicious voice She was walking rapidly and her face glanced Into his and beyond him She BWcptTwst a glowing sumptuous beauty Keith put out his bund and steadied himself against a friendly rail femice He didnt try to understand As the days passed he nursed his prejudices And another late afternoon came when the gentle voice called Prudence come In I heed you Keith got the picture out and spoke sternly as If to an Invisible culprit Youve been a conceited fool You dont understand Ittu all probability you never willbut shes pure gold One morning the girl stopped In front of him and held out her band sayingIm not a bit conventional Keiths bounding heart settled Into his shoes as though he didnt know the fact and hadnt spent mouths ex cusing It Im sure you know my name Ive just had a letter from Bob Gratia me my cousin asking me to make friends with you she laughed Adorably You were In Maine with him be says I was there for a little white We were roughing It too and were not faraway I came by your camp one day and left Bob a picture which he hasnt appre elated enough to acknowledge The cook showed me his tent Your eyes are just like some violets hi my mothers garden Keith hadnt said It aloud He hadnt said much of anything His blood surged in his veins and sang a pecan of triumph He understood and she was pure gold The girl pitying bis timidity Bob Grabame had said be took no stock In girls but that it would be a charity to brighten him up talked on You must hate being here Its hard to drop out and just give up for awhile Isnt it had planned such a full beautiful winter Funny that both of us should have got pneumonia null be exiled Ve must cheer ouch other A year Isnt long Bob says you are lone ly You must come lu and let me cook you something on the chafing dish I do it well really If you dont hush said the man who walked beside her still communi cating with himself Ill call you Prudence and then Im afraid there II bean awful row Why you do want to come they bad reached her gnteI see It in your eyes you poor hungry forlorn man Theres a wonderful light that cornea sometimes at evening to the hills It creeps from base to crest changing from pink to purple from purple to red until all Is tire and glow and glory Walking in this sunset radiance late one afternoon Keith stopped at his own gate lifted the latch opened it wide and said Prudence come In I need you Prudence smiled the tender adorable smile Keith loved Sermon Mad to Order An English clergyman makes a butt ness of syndicating sermons said a drummer who had just returned from do you meant some one asked Why explained the drummer the clergyman writes a sermon and then be prints about forty or fifty copies of it and be offers to one preacher In each of forty or fifty towns the exclu slue use in his own towu of the produc tion The price of the sermon to each mao Is only 5 shillings but if fifteen or twenty men take it It brings in to the syndicator you see about 100 shll Zings or 25 And since the sermons are so short that one can be done In a morning tint is pretty good pay The syndlcator advertises his sermons In a religious paper The notice reads A clergyman of experience and moderate views who distinguished him self during Ills university course in dl vinity and English composition will furnish orlghi sermons In strict ac cordance with me Church of England In good print ut 3 shillings each Only oue copy will be given In any diocese A specimen will be sent If wished for Sermons made to order on any required subject on reasonable terms Phil adelphia Itecord AB Dot Streak Humor makes its appearance in queer places but one would hardly expect to find It at the door of a bouse of correction An unfortunate fellow was tak en before a justice of the peace In Mil waukee charged with stealing a quail tity of wood There was not much of a defense to offer but an attorney who knew him volunteered to say a few words to the court In his behalf The attorney began his talk and warming up to his subject as be proceeded finally succeeded In making a good plea for leniency The justice of course found the prisoner guilty but let him off with a sentence of thirty days In the house of correction When the commitment bad been made out It was discovered that there was no Constable present so the lawyer said to the prisoner John you know where the house of correction Is dont you Yes sir Well heres 5 cents and this paper You take a car and go out there and give them this paper and theyll let you in Will you do It SurelAnd funny part of this story from the Milwaukee Sentinel li that John kept his word BEREAS INVITATION TO PARENTS What parent would not give his children nn education if it were within his means If you have not had the privileges of schooling yourself you have felt the lackof it If you have you well know its value In either case you do not want your children handicapped in the race of life Competition will he much sharper for them than it has been for you because education is becoming more universal every year Many of the Mountain coun ties arc now sending scores of boys and girls to Berea that a few years ago scarcely sent any You cannot give your children anything that will be so valuable to them as an education Neither money nor lands will make up for lack of learning Give them an education and thy can provide for themselves Berea is a good place to send them because it is a Christian school in a good moral town There arc no saloons to tempt boys to drink Students arc not al lowed to use tobacco or carry pistols All the teachers at Berea are active Christian workers deeply interested in the welfare of their students Berea is not a costly school that is to those who at tend it All the teachers are paid from funds provided for outside of students fees By a little forethought and preparation you can send youtson or daughter to Berea where for a small sum they will receive instruction worth many times what it costs Many families as poor as any have sent children to Berea year in and year out until some definite course was completed and have been glad to make the sacrifices necessary to keep them there Berea is your greatest opportunity T0 YOUNG PEOPLE You have often heard persons of middle age or over express their regret that they had not obtained an educa tion when they were young Did you ever hear an ed ucated person regretting that he had received an educa tion Did you ever hear a man say he was sorry he had gone to college and acquired knowledge and skill You never did Every one who has had that great blessing is glad and thankful for it Now if you neglect your education in your early life you will pass the remainder of your days in vain regrets Perhaps you know Mr A from county who heard of Berea through one of the workers hauled logs until he had money enough to enter battled his way through by doing any and every kind of work and is to day a successful man honored and respected Ask him if it pays Or you may know Mr Dwho lived on a little creek in county The boys of his neigh borhood laughed at him because having no money he drove a cow all the way to Berea in order to enter school studied and worked for five years until he graduated He looks very different now from the barefooted tow headed urchin you knew then and the boys no longer laugh at him The laugh is all on his side Mr C had learned to swear and drink and came to Berea car rying a revolver lie went back carrying a Bible a far better and more effective weapon and is perhaps the most valuable man in his home neighborhood Enough such instances could be given to exhaust the entire alphabet but you can come and see them for yourself You can be one of them Begin to plan and save your money now and come at your first opportunity TO TEACHERS Do you teach or just keep school If you have knowledge and skill instructing others is a pleasure both to you and to them But keeping school is irksome and doesnt pay At the State Teachers Association it was asserted and agreed to that the main essential in any district is the teacher It is better to have a firstrate teacher with a poor schoolhouse and all conveniences lacking than to have the best building and appliances that money can buy and a poor teacher- A superior teacher will find a way to supply necessary equipments but there is no way to make up for one that is indifferent You cannot be firstclass in your profes sion without long and careful preparation You may be a born teacher but there are many things necessary besides being born You should have not only book knowledge but in struction from teachers experience and power And most of all you need to acquire experience in actual teaching under trained supervision The community must depend upon the school teacher to be the guide and leader to prosperity in all things The teacher must know something about scien tific farming good housekeeping the care of the sick etc When teachers help in these practical ways the schools will be better appreciated In all these things time Normal Department of Berea College offers special inducements Its teachers are the best that can be obtained The Model Schools give you a chance to observe good teaching and to take a part in it yourself You have free access to the largest college library in Kentucky and all the other advantages and they are many of a large institution Read what follows carefully and you will see why you should come to Berea To be continued next week Trial subscription to the CITIZEN 14 weeks for 26 cents Subscribe now WELL TO REMEMBER Hw Lamp Chimney May Be Tat to Various Vie A chimney taken from a lighted lamp Is one of the best and most quickly prepared hot applications Simply slit the hot chimney Into an old stocking and apply to the pain It steam II needed take a damp warm cloth and wrap around time chimney It the heat Is for a cough or the croup wrap In flannel rag smeared with mutton tAl- low and turpentine Applied to the chest or throat relief will be bad al most at once If your fret are cold at night place a hot chimney to them and they will soon bo warm says time Woman Homo Companion A Inmp cblninny cape chilly practicable during hot summer month when the tires are out tor you can light tho lamp and thus have hot application In n few minutes Croup trolls toothache earache coughs rhsn inntlc pains amid many other Ills lice be lure tho hot lump chimney In tho household To press short seams without unlng nn Iron light n small kerooeno lamp regulating tin blazo to keep the chin fey moderately hit then dampen lime dram to Ixj pressed Pass the seam quickly over the uphcrtcul part of the chimney and It will lx pressed as nicely an could be done by n hot Iron Vel vet rlhlNiu also may be pressed In this wnyby dampening It on the linen or Hutln Hide then rubbing on the chim hey lion to llrUMtn Cooking Ctrall run brighten tins and other cook Ing utensils by putting them nil In the wash boiler amid place on the fire with plenty of water and it liberal amount of washing sale Let them boll for tweet ty minute remove the wash Iwler from the lire but do not take the tin out for three hour At the end of that time they will when washed height nod new looking lion lu list Celery Although celery In one of the inont common vegetables Keen on tho table not one pernon In fifty knows how to cat It proM rly No matter how wire fully it Irons Issn washed and wcnipetl before sending to the table there will Mill bo found ujMin each stalk a num her of touch Hiring or fliers that Hhould not bu taken Into the stomach Do not put the stalk to tin mouth hit Ing oft n pleee from the end All Is usa ally done Instead hold the Ntnlk In one Unml nnd break off an Inch pl w from the large end Ininline It hack amid forth to do no Phis loosen the fiber which strips off remllly leaving n crisp brittle flection of celery with no particle of wiiHto Keep on In hit way up the Htulk breaking each mouth till off Instead of biting lids method will U found not only n much daintier wily of dlslslshmg of tho wboleomn vegetable lint mom satisfactory from gnMroiiomlc and healthful stand Hlnt Mow to Clean Macblr Marble taps on bureaus and wnli stand often catch spots of medicine or other liquids Ior this nprluklu salt over a Rcrrbblng brush nail apply vig orously to the upot After tints net a tool wrung from hot water on the re maining IIIHIt Apply kerosene for n short time mid wash off with soap and water How lu Write on Metals This prove Is advocated by an ex perienced ponton Take a quarter of a of nitric acid and half nn ounce of muriatic acid Mix shako well to getter and It lit ready for use Cover time ponce you wlh to mark with melted beenwux When cold write your In Hcrlptlon plainly on the wax with a sharp Instrument to clear the metal Thou apply tho mixed adds with a feather carefully filling each letter Let It remain from one to ton minute according to appearance desired then throw In water which stops thu proc ess and remove tho wax How to Abolish too Piles Ily placing shallow dishes or black lug box lids containing coal oil on time window joints nod casings you can trap nil large house tile The dishes will need to be emptied quite often but you will soon be rid of the flies How lu Serve Macaroni Never throw away the shell of an ifiliiiu or plnenpplu cheese as it is use ful for serving a chectto or macaroni preparation Cook time macaroni as do sired hue time cheese shell heated lu a moderate oven pour In lima food sprin kit with grated cheese and send to the table on u dolly covered plate Of course If tho top of the macaroni tins to be browned the shell must bo set III the oven tor fifteen minutes Then It will be spoiled after three or four baking Vusb and dry thoroughly after each time It has been used How lo Keep Taint Brushes Pliant If given to much household painting and surely a little paint hero and there Improves the appearance of thlngflalways clean the brushes thor oughly In kerosene and they are sure to remain soft and pliant How to Make Flak rattle Make a smooth sauce of half u pint of milk and one tablespoonful each of butter and flour Take from the fire season with salt pepper and mushroom catchup add the beaten yolk of on egg null a pint of cold boiled fish shredded fine Have ready some pastry shells baked empty stow to Test Mnibroomi When cooking mushrooms It Is wise to use a sliver or plated spoon for if any Injurious qualities are present the spoon will become blackened Such mushrooms should be thrown away f4 olroal Story Per Little PolM Johnny and the Spider I Vlmt are you going to dui asked- mho spider as Johnny crept up toward his wet Im gulag to kill you answered Johnny Oh Its Just as well I guru said- tho spider Im tired of doing every thing for you nnd having you do noth fug for nil I might as well btt dope with What do you do for me asked Johnny lu surprise When your were alecp lust night a great big black beetle slew Into your WHAT VO tOt 110 call hat ASKED JOlla tx room and perched on the foot of your stet He had horrid grin eye and long claws nil covered with sharp nplken nnd his jaws were filled with twill us uliitrp ai needle lie said the was going to bite a piece off the end of your note I killed him and ate how Night Ixfore lost when you were nolecp u long earwig crawled down the wall nnd Jumped on your pillow Ile timid lONK legs that wriggled all the time amid lie hml a linger hi his till nnd eyes thAt rolled round and round He said he wn going to crawl lulu your bnlr and go to sleep I killed how nnd ate him but bu said that hu will two counln from the country who would be here to see you tomorrow night Saturday morning when you were afllcrp n green eyeHold omit cried Johnny Hold out You mustnt go You mustnt leavem- ime Oh yes youd better kill me as you sold you would becaUM thru I will not hate to sit up all night and tight thoiu things No no oxclnlmvd Johnny You dear old spider I wouldnt barm you for nil the world You must slay hers with me always and I dull always tH your friend as you hire been wine So they Hhouk hamida amid were happy all the rest of their days Chicago Tribune An Aoro l Story For Little Pol- kDisappointedS Dog A dog saw n rabbit sitting lu the mlddlo of n Held munching away upon n carrot top Ill just catch tint rabbit sail the dog and away bu went after It at full speed Hut he was not quick enough for Mr Rabbit saw him dropped Ills car rot top and scampered Oh It was a I WANT TUIS KABII1T roll UT DINNER great race Thu dog went so fast that he gradually gained on the fleeing 1IlldogNo you wont answered the rabbit 1 d Why called the dog Because there Is another somebody that wants mo wore than you do an swered the rabbit And IUrn enough at that very mo ment n great big hawk swooped down from the skies arid dug his talons Into the back of the rabbit Then the hawk spread his wings again and mounted to the skies I want this rabbit for my dinner said the hawk as he winked at the dogAnd the dog felt Just about as cheap as anybody ever did to BM his prey get away from him In that way fltUburg Dispatch t Dot Y TAKES TEA Ulin dully ills down to the table r And tvrjtliliiKa randy you fei WIll ttitikUt avid witter for Mnbvl AlaI Milermil fooklis for nee Wr nlliirr KIU etinttrr with dolly Aid uflrr livr ire from u ipooti Ainl i urn our meul II jolly II luau ihrouiih the whole utuinuuu Jill ttbUii jumps up In a burry And Ihul the really hoot Raul I ru Oli truly Im sorry And dully tnjuypj it know Then Kft l we clear oft till table Wlirn dully lice llnlnhnl her 11- Willi iHtiklfinnU wntrr fur Mal rl ALB ester end cookies for nee AJl ert IMnlow Iulnr In HI Mcliolm If rr h PLEASURE OF CANOEING CI lftrr In biilliMr Wnlrr Iye ol- lUr Ilrilebtn uf IM Inroliipur- ul l wuuer sport Many L buys aciiialntauce wltb ca IIOCH liui begun with a dugout a jolly alit lug ucitllng the skill of a bl ryilti rldlr to keep It right Hldo tii AlatnungJy utmtcady It had tho virtue of never Kluklng and always promptly righting Itself after upsetting the occu pant On uinny of the northern waters JO year ago these dugouti wcro part of tho cqulpmenl of u farmer Now they art1 heel an incinentoiH of nntitlcal volution Today the uninitiated bf wlldVrcd by the variety of Cantle craft Ilcumiri ot rano lng In to chouse a hinnll utMam anti watch It grow In vol time and uujurlance One iihould travel in light iburvliiriK order FlaniiflH biankflB and rubber sheets are India pane Ibis On flits till Ural trip you may try ImmuiixliH but you will BOIII d- lHI r Ihhl time ground In prifrrablo KhfpliiK Iu a ham murk Id wont toduviN op ttltrhrh nnd rroinpH to say nulls IIIJT of the itiidcncy In glee OIIUM nicK It got ut nit ungraceful and nncomfort able angle fhe commlnsarlat should Include some mibxtantlBl fool via tinned meat and hard tack which Hhotild tw tonntmrtd on the compartment com Mnatlon plan with pnivlMon In the grub sack A trolling line will usual ly supply Irish Huh nnd rum poured milk If tine In not hullo In the wilds Take a field Islam Innlrad of n gun Brtry Ixpinnpr nhould realize the hen and nciiulr the confidence gained by inp8lrliii It nuu Let him take It however tll fordable depths and there nICk Iilin cir hlo the water This If om way II which the craft anti the man may find ihrmwIvoHCountry LJfe in America SURFBOATS IN CEYLON Allbinilih of rilnir r m lrnrllu- illiri Art Abli lit Do til orU- ut tlmrrr Munl Till illtivtiuiion vhowM n Ceylon surf IOAI which In aloe uixil for fishing pn- rItclt Ibis la the Case not liocatiRV the Craft liner uny l tcullarndvnntugesfur the purlKse for which It U used but b tauK of the fact that 11 Ceylon la lip 4nos tntlrely surrounded by rerfH and ihrro U itmktantly n terrific surf noth Sill short tJ surfboats would be nble to- Ett out to the open water The fisher wen In Ceylon are n very peculiar lot A CEYLON BLltlUOAT They form u canto of their own and ap IMnr to think thomwlvea better than the people upon whose purchanoH their dully bread depends They ore able to do all sorts of atunls with these surf iKWtn and considering their lllmsy construction II Is really icuiarknblc how few accidents occur The Adage Held Rood Jiidgo Cox of the United States clr eult court while delivering u lecture nl Columbia university told of a young lawyer who fame before the supreme hart to argue a case In which ho was also defendant Addressing the court he referred to the ofd French adage det daring that he who argues hug own case lira a fool for n client After the ease hud been heard he left for his home In 4 fi Kt Louis nuking a friend to notify him tiy wire when the decision was handed down This was time pithy dispatch he received Old French ad ngo affirmed Why Ullllr Vai Uicnaed- TUo following note was recently re ceived by a HlggliiBvlllo Ian Hchool t ncher Respected Miss Please ox ruH Willie for absents Ho fell down t FtMrH juBt before school Unto nnd wo leered his Internal Insides was hurt at SlrtI but they nlnt Tho Iocl r says that no part of his Anattomy was hurt liirt the brovzlng of the eppyrcvluils of of time oulsldo hide and nlso his hlpp hurt some Dill ho narrowly oncapcd fatal death Bo kindly exeuso 1IoFtItJ WISE WASHINGTON DOG NlaT Does Many Wonderful ThlnKaaad- Is the llrniKiilarit Hsrut of a 1Ire Cumln A number of lire companies of the dls trlet are possessed of miiHcotB In the Hhitpo of dogs or other puts which have u firm hull upon time affections of the men and command their HiniKli support in claims for superiority In Intelllginct and physical prowess Mont ot thump are dogs who have developed n love of the excitement Incident to the response tc alarms and usually take n prominent place on the run to the fire Some ol Oinm are often noted setting the putt for the engine or other apparatus ol their company running just upend ol the homes und barking loudly with eta tlon to see flue people scattering to clthet sldensthey come on Usually their llvea do not rover a very long period lu the tine business for becoming overbold 01 lacking n trifle In alertness they are caugfil under the feet of the onrushing team or are not quirk enough to avoid INICI CLIUIIINQ A LAMP POST soma falling timber or piece of appar atus and their carior comes to mi abrupt clone Several weeks ago the mascot of Truck D was killed being nm over lI i the truck while answering a call The old Krunklln Fire company 01 No chemical has n dog mascot whc bids fair to equal the bravest and yet who has milllclent levelheaded caution to Insure an extended life of usefulness Ills nitrite Is Nlg In consequence ol Ids being black all over except for a while spot on his breast lie Is a bull terrier of heavy build with a wellkept coat and Intelligent face and may nearly always be found somewhere veal Assistant Chief Wagner or Foreman Harper The latter goes over to tJeorgn town every day for lunch and Is almost Invariably accompanied by Nig If II hapiKns that NIl Is not at hand when the foreman starts for home when he does Hud that hU friend has gone he gives out evidence of the superiority o1 his Intelligence over that of the ordjnary dog Itunnlng out on the avenue he watts for tat to stop If It should Lisp pen to bo yellow It Is of no service to NIl and h dw s not pay any uttvntloe to It Limit when the car Is green NK gets aboard nnd remains on the car un III It reaches the point nearest to hit destination nnd there hops off TIll men In the romunny believe he can distin guish between the alarms to which hit company must respond and those not In Its district Al any rate If ntiywher near when the apparatus Is to go he II always ready for the run He Is not foolish enough to run In front of tho horses but usually keeps to the side ot the engine No matter how ninny other pieces of apparition there may be at fire he can always pick out his own and hOlnoIonto want to help his friends In the worl of extinguishing the flames and rushes with them Into burning housee without n sign of fear It Is related that at n lire In nil uptown residence recently It Wilt feared that someone was asleep In the upstairs rooms and two menwere sent to Investigate The smoke was very dense and they were crawling along tht floor of n hallway holding their faces IIlrIdogs sneeze was heard nnd It turned out to bo Nig who was evidently concerned venture Into too great danger IIe8tthlY do anything his comrades ask of him If It Is within time possibility of accomplishment by n dog and Indeed might even attempt the Impossible The photo shows him climbing a lamp post after n rag which ono of the men fastened up there aunt ordered him to fetch down Washington Star llltlit on Trolley fender The spectacle of two gamo cocks fighting on n trolley CAr fender was present ed to passengers oi board a car in Pills burg recently As the trolley wan speed lug down a steep hill Motorman William Halm saw two roosters In battle on time tracks Hahn attempted by clangs of the bell to frighten off the fowls but failed Doth birds were In the air when struck by tho car When they clime down they were on time fender The lint tie was renewed and It WRII not until several blocks had boon punned that the fight ended In time death of one rooster The winner flew away How llnjr Rum la Made Bay rum la manufactured from the dried leaves of Pimento ucrls hay Is procured by distillation and lila In a very staple mnnner The leaves iyr picked from the trees and then dried In lids stale they are placed In the re tort which la then tilled with water and Ihe process of dlntlllnllon Is carried our The vapor Is then condeiued In the usual way and forms what Is knows as bay oil a very small quantity of which Is required for each puncheon of rum Im llelnlui It Might More steel Is used In time manufacture of pens than in nil the sword and gm factories In the world J 1IItIIIItII ENDSutt- uuuummutuuluuututuluuuuuuluutuuuumntttuluutuumu 1 JUVENILE MURDERERS HANGED Earl Whitney and Claude OBrien Launched Into Eternity lrxliiKtou Ky July 2SIurl Whit ii cy and Claude OHrli n paid tin iltiutli penalty for thi murder of A II Olilnn Thi necks of lint Ii were bronco by LIB full An the liuk Htnick 8 Friday imirnhiK Whitney nod OllrUii were led to time Knrrnlil liy Deputy Sheriff Kit WllkiTknu and lien Fnckinan They were preceded on the scaffold liy Fntlicrg CuiinltiKliani and hum dln the Ciitliollr priests They mine frum the Jail BinllliiK and Whitney shook hands with u number of frlcndfl In the crowd TH HUH wan Just lienmlnK UVIT the jail from tho opposite side nod tliflr bends worn almost In the mllnlit rcpro iitliiK a crown of light over them On the platform were Cir cult Clerk Jntneti KOKITH and Deputy Sheriff McKlroy who adjusted the nooses Other officers tied time feet situ hands and two men ailjnUeil the rugs The priests admlnlKtered time last anti rlten mad each of tbum kissed the cross JUKI before the cap was slip ped over thiIr heads Neither inadt a gtatcment or spoke a word after reach hug the scaffold but continued to smile anti both were perfectly cool not a nuiBclc twitching WhltPfy died hnrd expiring at 822 Idle ODrlon died at 821 OIIJlltI Sheriff Hen Freckman cut time men down and Undertaker Welhl look charge of time reran wins and shipped lirni to their friends In Memphis and Nanhvllle TWO BLAZES IN LOUISVILLE In the Nick of Time Bacon Was Res cued By the Firemen IxiiilKVllle Ky July 21Time build liiK of the P J lt Ito Trunk and Leather Co 328 WIll Market street was Ktitted by fire early Sunday morn lag two hours after the burning of IVter KuhnK china store next door The bulldliiK was on fire at time same time an KulinH place The second blaze originated on the roof and wax caused by the gmolderliiK embers tram the Arnt tire lou 10000 Inmirancc 3001 John Huron of the dry goods firm of J Hacon Sons was asleep over Italic MyerK millinery Htore next door He wax rescued by Sergt Cuss llmlilitit who broke down a door aft er Mr Hacon was almost overcome with smoke Fireman Jack Flabb fell three star tis nod was dangerously Injured The police are Investigating thin Kuhn firs They nay they are confident that It wall of Incendiary origin h Cut Both Fatally Oweniboro Ky July 2TChris heady and Join McMurtry farmers gut Into a Hunt with Casper Kaelln Sunday afternoon and Kaolin It U slid cut both of them fatally Heady can not live through the night and Mc Murtry It believed can not pussy Idy recover Kaelln In jail and his two alleged victims are In the Ideal Striking Telephone Girls AMiltuid Ky July 25rho Klrlk IIIK employed ol the Ijiwrence fill riiis and IVoplen Telephone Co whoso nervlce extends to Ironlon Cat IctttiluirK Ashland Wurtluud Itusscll and other cities null villages have np pealed to time merchants of those places to remove the phones from tieir plnres unless the company takes buck the girl operators Five Negrces Shot Mnillionvllle Ky July 2TA Ills Pitch from Providence Ky Sunday night says that In a fight union Nemoes there Saturday night live Negroes were shot and some of Mom falilly Hud Morris a Negro from this Ill wlni was reported us connects with the shooting has lied Benson Takes Up Runners Lexington Ky July 27rC Chris tie of Kansas City has purchased a dozen youngsters front blue grass breeders and will attempt fame anti fortune on the turf Ills stable will be trained and raced by Dick Benson time well ktmown trotting horse trainer End of a Long Fight Louisville Ky July 2SThe sale of time property of Cots Robert W Vol ley for taxes the end of a 19 year fight In the courts took place Monday morn lug Fifteen of the 23 parcels of laud brought 141000 more than enough to satisfy the citys claim of 3394733 Killed By Train Louisa Ky July 281 train killed James Krnley aged 18 near here MUll day morning Ids not known whether its was asleep on time track or tried to get aboard tie trin The body was ground to pieces nod strewn along tho track a considerable distance No Trace of W M Phillips Louisville Ky July 21The police have not been uble to get any trace of W M Phillips of 422 Ward avenue Uellevue Kyho wrote Chief of Po lice rsnnthcr that he was going to Jump Into the river The police believe he has curried out time threat Fell Through a Trestle Plnevllle Ky July 27The year old boy of Jaku Wulth while playing chooehoo cure fell through the tres tie of the National Coal and Iron Cos coal road at Straight creek The boy thought to be ffinny hurt J THE CLAY FUNERAL The Remains Will Be Burled on Sat urday Afternoon ItUhniiMl Ky July SCOrn Can xliiK M day who dkil Tnumlay even big will lit burled Saturday afternoon KirviicK being held hi time Hnptint tlnfreh and the Interment being In the tilt unhand cemetery The active pall heaters will be Ureen Clay Warfleld Hennett W Uhoden Slmckelford and Will Ip III Marcelle of Itlchmond Wool ford Clay Sidney Clay anti F W H Clay of Paris and Clay Herrlck of Ckvrland 0 The honorary pallhear fix will he Senator James H McCrea ry C P liuriiani Col J W CUlt4Irton and Or 0 G Perry of Hlchmond Su preme Justice 1 AI Hnrlan of Wnh Inglon Mnj H S Hiillock of Lexing ton and C II Clay Jr of Denver Col The child bride of GIn Casslus M Clay Is devised a goodly portion of the fortune which remained to him at his death by hula will watch Is dated May 12 Ills children by his first wife are left nothing except the estate of 2022i acres which was set aside fur them In 1S70 after the separation of Cetl Clay and his wife At that time It Will the agreement HUH this partition of real estate should satisfy nil their claims against the state FOR BENEFIT OF CREDITORS Wm S Barnes Thoroughbred Breeder Files a Deed of Trust Lexington Ky July 281VIIIIamS HarntH muster of Melbourne stock farm and among time most prominent of Kentucky thoroughbred breeders Monday tiled a deed of trust to GUll Straus nnd Mrs W S names for the benefit of creditors Liabilities and assets are not stated hut the former are said to be about 45000 Hetddes Melbourne place and a handsome city home Barnes owns a large number of valuable houses Among time stallions are Halnbow St Julian Zlngora and Prince of Monaco The Krantee stales that It Is believed that the sales of the horses will more than satisfy the lia IIIU Ill The cause of the move In Col HarncB continued bad health and a desire to close up his business Im mediately to the bust advantage to hluifelf and creditors Bronze Bust of Edwin Booth Louisville IOluly 28The bronze host of Edwin Booth as Hrutus which for 13 years has adorned the foyer of the Auditorium here was Monday wax sent to the Playerr club New York city In compliance with Instruc tions of the will of Its owner the late Capt William F Norton The bust waR presented to Capt Norton by Lawrence llarrett Lexington Land Mark to Go 0111Ithe oldest land masks In Lexington Is to be torn down this week and III Its stead will be erected a large business building This church was the scene of many Interesting sermons by Alex under Campbell minder of the Cirls tlon church To Erect a Labor Temple Covlngton Ky July 25The Trades ntHIItemple that will be a credit to the clfy of Covlugton The matter titus bten placed In the hands of the xecu tlvo commit toe Peacock Attacked a Child Covlniiton Ky Jiltfi1 A vicious peacock attacked the 2 ycnr old son of Peter Lunkenhelmer of this city at 1ItIIltton1111Iit Jared Threatened With Blcod Poisoning Covlngton Ky July 2TIfarr Koester aged ID years of 1211 Leo street accidentally discharged n Ho bert gun several days ago the bullet lodging In the Instep of his foot lie dill not report the occurrence to his parents aunt now ho Is threatened with blood poisoning Farmer Shoots Himself HtiRsellville Ky July 25lIenry II Davis a well to do farmer commit ted suicide Friday afternoon by shoot lei himself In the heart with a pistol Ills wife pleaded and tusseled with him floor until she fell exhausted to tbo A Successful Revival Hurrodsburg Ky July 28The union tent revival meeting closed Tho result has been most gratifying and over 200 people have confessed Among the converts are many gray hatred men nnd women r Prominent Railway Official Dead Louisville Ky July 28 Emory Johnson a prominent railroad man connected with the passenger depart ment of the Louisville Nashville railroad tiled Monday morning after a lingering Illness Ho was a morn her of time school board Result of An Old Grudge Louisa Ky July 28 George Jor lInn 22 shot and fatally wounded Frank Bradley 27 at Fallsburs this county An old grudge Is said to have caused the trouble Bradley served In the Spanish Annerlcnmi war 1 L Necessary Eipcoses for Twelve Weeks School Iou who board thcmMltc cal tprmi mocb or little u they cbooteon living expense UpJInbue allttlei extra money or lrri ire looks sad other thlott But the nertwirt tipentet are only M followi To pay the first dq School Es- pen sea HOwikh LOIP HAL rolItlpl1Boots etc about 2 00 l f nrneril Drnotlt 1 00 100 LyFirst11100Tolaundry Begin Ding 3d Mo Board 5 00 Beginning Id Mot Board S 00 h 00 2xtO iOenl U po lt tetnrned yon 1110 Total Expeoaeis Wcoka IT SO 17 CO for those IxlowA Irtraniar deduct the li tor booki andfl from Incidental lee making the alai only 5A4so- When four girls room Ingetlier each sites 12 or more on roira suit furl making the Ward only IS Idlatmt trlow lemma Room avid furl mt one dollar more the vltitcr term Two room for houwkrcplng with three etc an ntually ty rental or from to 16 a term The price or a big rnir is little tantmrk or a few liomnapan beet coerlllgtea Una of acliixil which will Change oneiRuble life for the belted r Telephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOESISelect Grocer and Caterer KENTUCKY UILOINO 11180 YfcAltr- EXPERIENCgi THAOC MARItrrktrh and rtmtcrlntton may ileklf opinion free ether an Invention mepmbablypatrnlatde Oimmunlf ion trleUolldnllai Hamtbnnk no Ialtnta tonLoInlatpteial nottct without charge In the Scientific American- A handsomely llletnted weekly Itdis tvt entitle menial Term a SL aotd by iii nwdeeiera i1f OMtaaewW1 Y LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Tim raw In Et et May 24 IIOS llrLeaveArrive Richmond 3 K2 a m Arrive 1aria 5 05 m Arrive Cincinnati 1 11 m DullyLeaveArrive Richmond I 25 p m Arrive Paris 818 p tn Arrive Cincinnati 600 p m UitlljrLeaveArrive l ivmngmutoi2O5 p m JhtllrLeaveArrive Livingston1230 R m Trains No and No 5 niakH ran nection at Livingston for Jellico and the Soutb with No 24 and No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent 1ALLWORLDS FAIR School chtldrtn sad public Invited to tote to popularlitcents each tea tact at one time All money over and bovt trip eapenMeofteach er to go Kentucky nutldlnj it the Bz position voter thus en the aatufactlon of knowing a worthy caule and Importaot have been the same time a favorite teacher hit received recognition Contest con ducted auspIces of Educational Exhibit Corn mittee of Kentact Exhibit orllnltlonformedKentucky BuiMfne end full products1alr the nUtalure hnvlai failed to tnakean lb tlon EverI educator In the IulllieBducsuonalkabibitNames of all school children to IoI- Uoa Kentuekywill hue an educational exhibit eoo ouaie feet ol space In the IntactoEducetlon The Exposition II to be the greatest otcrnattonalcvcnllntheworldabis lory The teachers chosen will be lucky Indeed in b ln tendered this trip to the Pair Every county tied iiacrwn most popuUr educator Theoountyoutsldeof JefleraoncastlnethelarKett number of vote Hill be allowed send two be most popular the popularIat one volt or her favonte teacher Uut the voting will not be confined to scliool chllilien PAnEnS OP PCPILq dk ANT OP THJHE FRIEHB8 EAT TOTE The purpose of the Astocl puhllclenerallymay be atrangedand each tlrin ten ants be credited with hU or her vote If one de wriungbtaoebersaaeoaoneoflttespacesnodremithug IheKeDluck8a1ldlnCibt coiittst PupUsareatkcdtherefore to alga their names plainly tothebaltots ALL ETPEXStS Of THE TT1CBEK8 WILL BK FAIR by the Ancxiatlon this will Include hOldllbeTlintE PlaTIES WILL BE SlIDg woo TRE IrOSTPOP OLARTRAFR E80toteatethetrip moreruOtaDleaudmofemjobltlSachollkeaeparties will ronsUt teachers This no en Ithere are only 119 counties In kentllclr the Aioocia CofroIDALL TEicnrns is rnu STATE STUD as AS EonAiirooTi n in this contest The teacher with only twenty pupils may receive more vgteathan the teacher wllb five or time publicwillVotesmay be cast crony person who bu school duHne t or U teaching now ThlIIa five ty stheteichero ths uhetlohoolwichelosedlnNovemberorlkamberlheoptortuntperiod doilarsOiJ n LL VOTItS TIinKIt DOLLAR LASTS TI ifTVVonsPOthtno1LARscASTSPORTYVaiw CASTS rirrv VOTES ffZnILARS CASTS A HUNDRED VOTES ONU liuNtiletit104 LARS CASTS OKB TIIOfBAND VOTE3 rapensesofthelion r fn t theClj psitoa so every voter In this contest may have the oddl tonal satisfaction of knowing tliatfcanacaididii awortyconicT- R1 STd DIR OP THE COSTESTASTS WILL BE PRINTED county to How his or her friends how the race II beingrun Begin voting n4nforyourfavotl school teacher The votes trill be counted Under the aupervisioa of the Educational Committee of the Association The personnel of tills committee U as follows 1rof HO Btonnell Lnula Frankfort Prof R P hillock Louisville Irof W11- BntfiolomewLoulsvilleProfPPant Anderson Lexington DrChase PalmerDanville Pres- Ident William Diuwlddie Jukson Dr W G1mst neeaDr R B Uunloon Louisville U Y Mullins Louisville br Arthur YalerlGeorgelon Superlntendent M A Cassidy La MeulenryRhoadsLoulnllle Mill raW 8 JlI Lout1 fn1mUy H BrackenLoulavilleandMrs- St n Tucker Louisville Member of the Educational Committee are not eligible to election In this contest RKMEJinEB BTEBT COUHTI ILECT8 ITS OWX PATORITK TIACHSB Competition twee- couotlu to the tact for the troth trip the county outside of casting tbe- largell lotatrivmberofvotes bln granted the action of sending two teachers concraluItorymutcJulyatAugustla4fCLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAn WITH 7WeerwrtI of astlie mos popular teacher in county ONE DOLLAR ENCLOSED 10 1L 1tOe 10 oc J tOo tOcJ- deW 1t91aeua I r yeti tOe tid1 tOe tOe let Irtd to lip t r assts tat t1lAeeOetaU wash all school childr- entOtUgtodoositwltlerdlthes t1lelUrwck Yoten ha leladlrect toth 8ectCIaorth Asaeitlo or to the from wkleh slipped Addltlonl nation may be oMIscdM Mtlsg alea cop fie 0 rLf pper- aellunna de CDIt1ird chaste teller t Kill Poa4ge express or order ortacurteanataaderSrIiH Addreaslleommeolntatopostal money aC EUOEW aecrctarytoulnlUe gy 1 Subscribe fore The Citizen r L THE CITIZEN I11111111 III 11 I 11 IN I H IFI I HI Berea and Vicinityi IGATH1IUD FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I I II I I I II J I J II I I I I I I I r See Berets InriUtion on Page 6 Little Ida Morgan ia slowly improv ingMrs J M Hart U very sick at her home on Center Street R F Truett formerly of this place ia practicing dentistry at Valley View Misa Gertrude BIcBain ia sick at the Hospital this week with typhoid 4RevH J Derthiok made a busi to Lexington las week Mrs Mary Eatill of Richmond visited her daughter Mrs R B Doe the first of the week Last Sunday Mrs Narcia Rhod 1eswent to Cincinnati for a two weeks with friends and relatives there Wm Toomey an employe of the Printing office left Saturday night i for a months vacation at Canton O Miss Ella Lake is teaching tile Walnut Grove school adjoining Scaf e fold Cane district Mrs H M Jones spent the last of the week with Prof Jones at Canton OhioMr and Mrs Isaac Todd north of town are rejoicing over the anival n Monday night of a fine boy Mr A K Haskina of Cleveland Ohio came Friday for an standee visit at the home of Miss Ella Bowlin near Wallaceton The various Sundayschools of Berea sent good delegationa to the County convention at Kirksville yesterdayEdward Anderson and son John of Tyner Ky were the guests over Sunday of Mr Andersons brother WilliamA of young friends were very pleasantly entertained Wednesday evening of last week at the home of Mr and Mrs Josiah Burdette The Berea baseball team defeated the Speedwell team Saturday after noon in an interesting game at Speed well by the score of 17 to 4 Ramsey pitched for Berea Miaa Ella Bowlin and her friends Miss Louise Lamb and A K Haskina and Miss Sallie Chrisman and WG Best spent Saturday in Berea the guest of Miss Grace Lester There will be a social meeting of the members of the baptist church at their church on Saturday evening beginning at 730 It is urgent that all be present Rev and Mrs Wm Lodwiok have located in Shiocton Wit where Mr Lodwick has charge of a church Eben E Bexford poet and literary writer is a member of his church- A death mask of Gen Caasius M Clay was taken Saturday morning by Isaac Hathaway the colored sculptor of Lexington It is said to be a per feet success B P Burns of Jackson county was the guest of his sister Mrs Sophia Morgan Saturday and accompanied his mother Mrs Sallie Burns to her home in Hamilton 0 this week Mrs Mattie Kimbrell and little daughter Lucy left last Saturday for an extended visit to Mrs Kinbretls brother Rev Joseph C Jones at Bar boursville Knox county Mrs R M Moore Center Street underwent a very serious surgical operation Tuesday morning She is doing as well aa can be expected and her friends are hopeful of her speedy recovery Rev F B Huffman returned to his home in Cleveland Ohio last Thursday after filling the pulpit at the Second church a number of evenings The members hope to secure Rev Huffman aa pastor of the church Mr ET Fish has purchased the old Madison Todd place on the Wal nut Meadow and Paint Lick pikes two miles west of Berea from Harry Todd the former owner The farm contains 252 acres and the price paid was 7600 Mrs Sallie Rice and two small children Nellie and Orestus are spending two weeks in Cincinnati with Mrs Rices daughter and brother Mica Baxter and Mr A C Miller The Madison county Teachers Institute is in session this week at Richmond with Prof R N Roark of State College aa instructor Free Frost delivered the address on Mon day night Most of the teachers of Berea and vicinity are la attendance Rev John C Grosser pastor of thu Kenwood Evangelical church of Chicago was a Berea visitor Tuesday and attended the County Sundaj school convention at Kirksville yesterday He leaves today for Owaley and other mountain counties where he will spend the remainder of his vacationThe club accompanied by Mr W C Gamble went into camp threeI days last week at Camp Robes Mountain The club is com posed of Kid Richardson Clyde MeI haffey Aden Ogg Walter Dizney Howard Harrison Willie Johnson Maurice Yocum Lester Hill andI Richard Benge All report a fine time Prof S C Mason was their guest Wednesday night The Building of the Panama Canal The history as told by Mr North Overton Messenger in the August Pearsons of the Building of the Panama Canal ia of interest to all Americana It is a history of un precedented vicissitudes of high hopes and profound despair death alone saving Ferdinand de Leasepe the original promoter of the great work from imprisonment for fraud in the conduct of it American dad enterprise can however be geniusI upon to solve the problems vanquished France and bring to a successful termination the construction of this immense ship canal across the Isthmus of Panama one of the greatest engineering works of the worlds history The total length of the canal from deep water in the Atlantic to deep water in the Pacific is about fifty miles War uU First claasbuildiag brick constantly on hand We also have hard burned brick and bats for cisterns at very low price BEBCA COLLEGE BRICK YARD A fine line of glassware tinware and jardinieres now on hand at the RACKET STORE Main St Richm- ondIMtlttMMtt11I 1 College Items HERE AND THERE Lewis D Mount is working in Chinook Montana Walter B Robe returned Monday from a month visit with his brother ia Adams County Ohio Miss Margaret Caldwell writes that her health is greatly improved and ahe intends to reenter school in September Ray J Green is now night clerk in Hotel Chinook Chinook Montana He says that times are very hard in that part of the West Prof W W Weaver of Bluffton O visited the Institution last week and received the appointment aa Director of Music Mr Herbert H Fellmy of Emison Ind whom many old students will remember expects to be in school again this ruBnd will probably ring tau brother with him Cunningston D Black who has been attending school in New York City the past year writes that he is thinking of returning to Berea this fall His address is 2008 Crotono Avenue New York City Wallace A Battle class of 1901 now president of Okolona Industrial College Okolona Miss is rejoicing over a substanial donation made to bis Institution by Mayor Sam Jones of Toledo Ohio Prof Clay Herrick who was in 18957 teacher of history in College here was one of the pallbearers ut the Clay funeral at Richmond Satur eay Prof Herrick is a nephew of Gen Clay and is now located in Cleveland Ohio The men who are working for thu College this summer students and others to the number of ninetynix held an assembly Saturday afternoon partaking of lemonade and listening to a friendly address by President Frost He spoke of the cool weather which had favored us and the fact that in our various operations no ac cident had occured All agreed that the college ia a good employer As they departed sack man received a preaent of a small book +H+ +HHII+H+tHt + HI+ H1 +I1HI f I Eastern Kentucky News 1xjHt+ HHH lWHH+ IHIISea Ben as Invitation on pago six JACKSON COUNTY McKEE Prof Diusmoro conducted the bps t Institute the county has over had ami showed plainly why ho in ono of till foremost conductors in the State During the nhsenca of Mrs Smiths assistants this summer she will havo a long visit from Mr Frank Hayn of oroaRe Van Winkle of Bon n assisted by smallarms of MudoutH from the Disciplo reforms Univer sity at Lexington is tanking vigorous efforts for thu conversion of Jnckson county this summer CLOVER BOTTOM liar N Mclntosh of Clay City is holding a soy u of meetings at Oak Grove this wltJkTho weak miude child of Charles Phillips of Horse Lick was drowned lust week Speed Sinith and Laura Gahbard wore mar rival last Thursday at tho residence the brides parents nearSaudGapAs result of tho primary election Satur day thi county gave Judge Faclouer a majority over Isaac of IrolclllI Ben Durham who has boen ill for sown time died on the iust Mrs Speed Harrison of Valley View is visiting friends and relatives in Jack sou county this week accompanied by her grandchildren Leonard and Fairy Ballard Miss Ida Hays in visiting Mrs Jones at Kerby Knob this weekltev J P Bicknoll preached at Cavo Spring Sunday Mrs Smith of McKee while stopping to get water at Big Hill Spring fell and injured her arm- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY P S Callahan has purchased farm of J F Sims and will he a citizen of Scaffold JameT J Hayes was in town on business this week J H Sigmon Postmaster at Conway is making a fine improvement in the otlice as hu is sober honest and public spirited and has worked for Undo Sam for years and is considered onu of the best business men in our town Harry Chenaull has guile to hid mond on a visit and to pee life be- bgirlMr George Scroggins of Cin cinnati was in Conway Friday to see J H Sigmon on business Mr Geo Caltron is the champion wheat raiser From tw081acks of wheat ho threshed 560 bushels Hu is a fine farmer Mrs Perlina Shockloy and daughter who have been visiting Mr and Mrs W S Berry returntxl hone Satur dayMr J H Sigmon who has handled beesfor years says set aside all other bee hives and use Clue Pollens bee hives for they are tho bestMrs Perry Lambert of London isviMting her mother inlaw of this placo Mrs Mart Watkius who 1ms boon sick is able to bo out aguinMr U S Berrys little son Leo is better nt this writiugMr W Sigmon is teaching a fine school at this placo Mr John Ambrose and family and Willie Ambrose and wife visited Mr J H Sigmon anti wifeSuutlay Mr Hinderson Hamilton and wife wore ill town Saturday Mr Wilson IIufT who baa served a term of seven years in Frankfort just came homo Saturday Everybody was glad to see him and hopes lit will do better in this future ROCKFORD There was an old limo oot washing at East Scaffold Cane Sun layMrs Nora McGuiro of Crooke I Creek visited her parents Mr and Mrs J J Martin Saturday nnd Sun layIsaac L Martin and wife visit ed Squire J DL Reynolds and wifo Sunday Mr and Mrs W IL Stephens visited home folks Sunday Mr and Mrs T M Ogg and children of Walnut Meadow visited on Scaf fold Cane Sunday Mrs W rn Al ney was the guest of Clfwsio Martin TueadayI L Martin was on Crooked Creek last sveikMiss Ella Lake visited homo folks Sunday Rev J W Lambert filled his ap ointment at Scaffold Cauo Sunday MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Misses Lucy and Sallio Cadnud Mary Gabbard wore tho gnents of Miss Rena Anderson Monday Mrs G B Gabbard and daughter visited Mr and Mrs James Champ Friday Mrs Charloy Anderson visited heron George and family at Silver Creek last week Miss Mary Hazel wood was tho guest of Mary anti Naunie Gabbard Sunday night IA Mrs lano McColum of Beroa was tho guest of Luther McColum and fatuity Saturday and Sunday Mrs Killdii Kinnrd has returned home titter a visit in leas with relatives GARRARD COUNTY CARTCRSVILLE Hot Hotter Hottonl How ix this for warm weather Famnol Clark is visiting his brother GranvilleClark of our townMrs B F Lear of Paint Li kalso Hiss Emma OJor visited their hinter Mrs Tom Greet Sunday Miss Milda Napier com menced her school at Vhitohoad Monday morninir This is her first attempt nt touching and wo wish her a great aiucws Miss Milda is one of tho Ixmt Christian Indies iu tho lIIlInityltIlOIll4 hnnl to NJIIII teacher at Woodviow Vo think would tlo wull to employ Mr Walker Baker of Wallaceton if ho car bo secured Ho is a nice gentlentnuanl teaches NOTICE TO THE REPUBLICAN PARTY CITIZEN is not n party papor IIll is inrtrisfsd in good govern meat and fair play At thu Louisville convention Ex Governor Bradley said wo propose to nominate tho best then and offer tho peoplo of Kentucky the boat government thoy have over hud Now wo wish to say that if tilt People of Kentucky Iwtliuvo this till Republican ticket will IM elected Good mon wtro nominator in Louis vine But forvarioiHollicesthrough out the State the Republicans worn in danger if nominating turn who art not the IKS If the Republicans nominate n drunkard or a man uu sound in biisinuss relations such nun ought to bo defeated on vltctiuu tiny Even if ho is in n strong Uopu hlicnn district an to pull through hit nomination miry dUgiut so man peoplo with tho Republican party as to defeat tho Stato ticket Tho Republicans have a good chance to win but theywilt nood every voto they can got Theywill need the votes of many patriotic Democrats nnd Independents And such men will not support tho Re publicans unless they are plumb surd they aro taller than the Demo crate Let tho Republicans of Ken tucky put up only tho best mon if they wish to carry tho State Sufcunril Ian Clillilrrn Notwithstanding all that is done by hoards of health mat charitably in dined persons tho death rate among small children is very high during tho hot weather of tho summer mouths in largo eitiuH Thero is not probably ono ciiHoof bowol complaint in a hun tired however that could not bo cured by the timely use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rom edy For sale by S E Welch Jr 10000 LIVEN AWAY1 The Louisville CourierJournal to Make a Cash Distribution to Subscribers In repotifio to numerous requests tho Courier Journul has decided to inaugurnlo a guessing contest based on tilt total vote cast for all candi lutes for Governor of Kentucky in the election November 3 WOI Ton thousand dollars in gold silver or greenbacks will be given away to suc cessful estimators Thero will bo singlo gifts of 3000 S2000 IWO S500 SWO f200r 0 10060 and 10alllllUiO gifts of 10 each In addition hero will ho gifts of ii00 F300snit S2K for tho best estimates received beforo August before Sep tember I and before October Tho object of this profit sharing liberality on tho part of thu Courier Journal o secure now sub cribors for thu Daily and Weekly Courier JonriKtl ivory person subscribing for tho Weekly CoiirlerJoiirmtl ono year sending one dollar with the subscrip tiOI1iH entitled to two guesses or esti mates Every portion subscribing for Iho Daily Courier Joiinidl by mail onu month 00 cents is entitled loone giiossoiioyoarf 0 Iwelvu guesses Renewals count tho subtamo us new script DII Write to the Courier Jour nit Company today for full particu lars anti blankswanted Sound four foot wood none smaller than S inches lf0 per cord BEIIKV COLLEGE BIIICK Ytiii The tI Idtvt Summer Teed Forge li an teal numuirr ootl Ixv Cauno It contain deiueiit for mmrlililntt every urgrn of tbn Uxly li canny tllitvutril crrntwvfhnt wo In vigor uuil at tho tame than does not make it river ut tire OUt tUo blotkl ItKlTll tiTAMON wla t Jim X11doOn to and hotlBuild up a fire and stew and steam A dish of Force a bowl of cream Is the food to fit our whim And keeps us cool- laughed Sunny Jim e f ekltxutytoeerve Cenci not a blood heater kihiw Of 4 1 I This spaco has boon purchased byt+ Tho Students Job Print f Printers of The Citizen I t J 1 4 WAIT FOR THE WAGON theIIDid you spend your childhood in country P J Tho engineer with life hand on tho throttle of the Empire Express Tho admiral on the quarterdock of a war ship King Edward on the throne may glow with pridu and ploasuro but their feelings mire tamo in comparison with tho unmutterablo delight that thrills the small lay who is Ntrinitted unassisted to climb tho wliool and porch on the sent of a HTrDl nAK1CJWAGON am proud to tell it SeEWELCH JR i J ISiannainanti Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Naven Laundry ry AN ACCIDENT W HAPPEN TO YOU tIIlIluct1J So IshopParacamphFIRST The only sure quick relieving and healing remedytJ for Burns Cuts Bruises Swellings Inflammations and all hurts Paracamph will give you more sat isfaction than any external remedy you ever used If it fails your money will be refunded So try it Excellent for Chapped Hands and for use after Shavingri At all Druggists 2Jc Sac tad 100 Bottles For sale by S E WELCH Druggist T