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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t t +H J IHJ + HHHf JAMES MILTON1 Editor and Publisher 1 Knttrrrt at tin fotteflet at Berta Ay III tttui mailmatter HrsII+IIIHI + + I i VOL V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 2 lOOt One dollar a year NO 50 IDEAS Kntcrprloliitf cracker manufacturers will yet bo tniiutiiK imrrota to cull fur a special brand As tliero wero no plans houses in till tone age It was not worth while txe IK u boy r J When a homo trader tells tho truth yt u may guess that It serves his IlUrl POBO butter ban n fib Man burn ef woman Is of tow days but think how tinny tilKhu hu hasl TAKE NOTICE 001o+o +o +od od o +o +o ho +o +o +o l + + Berea College to 1 COMMENCEMENT JUNE 8 + 9 Exhibitions by Students 5 Great Speakerst 7 o Homespun Fair o + o+o+o +o +o +o +o +o+o +o+010 +o FROM THE WIDE WORLDI The Oovoriiuifiit of Qiiilxi in 10I noil to mi American syndicato alit ilaloii Inlands j WC1ltllllllllll11I11t for v8HXX A dituchinoiit of limnmso trooim t attacked anil tlofoah iXK COKNHCKH 1onSaturday nt Ai Yang Pirn MIII JamncH nanny has Ixgun till advance on Kwnu TIDII Thin iilHltictorH of JVricnrdiH nil American and Vnrluy nn Kn liNh nee in Morocco threaten to kill lluir ciiptivcM iinlmi nil domandH nrn granted alit United Stoics crulsll1I Ilrnoldyn and Atlanta litivu arrived nt Tangier to uxorciw pnsmiro on tin Government of Morocco to secure their reltaN Tho JapaiicNi carried tho HiiKmiin dofeiiw nt Kin Chou tIIIlIcM from Port Arthur nflor ninn dttlpcmto- cllllrhIi nail n of ttfiOO men Port Dahl U5 ndltw from Port Arthur is already practically uvacu ntei It is suited that tho Japancw will fortify Kin Chou and it an n first luim and that fur fool sup pliitt nut ainmtinitioii Port Dalny will ho tho second IMW Their next movement will IHI against Port Arthur toward which strong Kwhion they are now pushing tho IltuMians IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Mayor Itolxrt M McLane of Baltinumi slot taut killed himself in his lcdrooin Monday afternoon Senator Matthuw Stanley May of PcniiRylvaiiia died Fridayat SiiM 1oclockp m aged 71 years Ho thin term in tho Senate l Inndedyof United StllttM regulars fronttlio Philippines Thrco of the miinlwr were sent to relatives in Kentucky Capt John Perry Walker is of tho opinion that tho present zono for the Panama Canal will have to lx enlarged before tho entcrprino eon ho piiHhod to n Hiiooufwful conclusion JreHident Itoonornlt delivered tho nddrcHft on tho battlefield of Gettys burg on memorial day during n pouring rain 1000011lOflo ro inaincd throughout tho 1I1Kochtlttllito tho drenching they received Fifteen couutiort lu Northeastern Ohio hove combined in arranging with tho telephone companies to do liver tho weather report daily Tho companion do Him without charge to patroim and greatly increased value in agricultural intorestH oxjHcled COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Twenty two deatlm by violenco was Louisvilles record five days last week The sawmill plant of VniiRant j Kitchen Co was tuned u1 Ash land entailing n of 750000 Tutu Picket a Loulsvillo colt owned by Middleton St Jungbluth won tho Brooklyn Handicap worth 20000 Tho Ilov Dr John 0 IhIHt1I noted Baptist divine elittll1 Seattle Wash Ills romaiiiH will x taken to HoikiiiHvillu Ky for burial Freeman Benoni Showalter aged ninetyfour years father of tho noted chess player J W Showaltor in tIelmlll at his homo at Georgetown production of oil during Mny iu the Kentucky r nearly 00000 barrels 1vagainst 02000 barrels during April Deputy Shori I JamoH F Day was shot null killed while attempting toI arrest alleged fish dynamiters on thoI Kentucky Jlivor at near White burg Lctcher county William Nowcomb was given fifty three yearn in tho penitentiary for horHostealing at Mt Vernon Ky Ho lad violated his parolo from n Ben of tweutyouo years for c f t l 1114THE CITIZEN The Grand Army of the Republic AND THE GRAND ARMY OF THE WORLD Pres Frosts Sermon to Veterans Text Exodiin xv S IThe Ian is n ifan of War Did you over see a national en campmciit of tho Grand Army of the HepublicY I would rather witness that penal than to wo tho Worlds Fait I would ratter we noble men than t see nay machinery or buildingH butoI imagine such a panulo in duo city 0of WiiHhington in tho earlier yea more of our heroes wero At the head conks a band of music playing our national airs Thou- conies tho great slug with every sta in its plied And thou tho riders General rantterrible to his one COlIlllOrtllfOtcheer as they rememlwr his glorious deeds General Sherman who haled war rand brought the war to an end by merciful destruction General ClicauaupnaAnd tho names of great battles Stone liver Pittsburg Loathing Lookout Mountain And the everySktufaro the prairie of Wisconsin from the cities of the Empire State from golden California and from tho mountains of Virginia black regi ments German regiments Irish regi ments and all out countrymen loyal Americans Sec them march Strong truo triumphant men who have saved their country nut whoso UX ample may save it many n time again Seo them march Tho great capital rejoices to wo them crowds of grateful x olo cheer them time spirits of tho mighty dead look down in lx no diction It is tho grandest spectacle in time world And a part of that Grand Army is hero today Sonic of theso men have marched in the grand parade and all of them have fought in that grand war for freedom These friends neighbors kinsmen of our own have a place in that procession have a right to a part in tho nations grail tulle This squad this company which will march hero tomorrow Ixilongs to tho Grand Army of tho Heptililic And the Grand Armyof tho Ho public is n part of tho Grand Army of the World What is a Grand Army It is an army which lights for God and for righteousness There are plenty of armies which aro not gnunlnrnniesof flgutersotdrobbers brutal men who delight in war and pillage They may ho numerous and strong they may Maya music mid lanners but their marches scorch tho earth and do not bless it Now our text reminds us that while God is a god of mercy and of love leis also a man of warn soldier Ho refers to rule by love Ho invites nil men to do right But when hiMI warnings are unheeded when tyranny and wrong grow boastful thou Ood sends forth hula mutes of deliverance and tho Egyptians tho Philistines or any other company of oppressors is overthrown in blood These armies of tho Lord consist of those who lroI men of peace mid who fight maintain l eaeo they nro tho worlds xlico force to protect tho weak toI naintain justice and goodgovern uncut and to mako tho world n Ixtttor tlaco for tho rearing of children and the plaice of tho Lord Lot us look at a procession a mnule of some of tho divisions ofI the Grand Arroyo tho World Thero will bo such grand encampments seine day at tho capital of Heaven when all who have really fought for God and humanity will march under their xinners and tell again tho story of their wan and when God himself will pass them in review Near tho head of tho column stands Muses himself the groat captain who let tho children of Israel out of Egypt Ho spoke tho words of our text nt tho lied Sea God had given a grunt victory Ho commanded tho Israelites to lx free anti to march out into tho promised land But Iharaoh nUll his army of slavehold ers wore niter thom Tho famous chariots of Egypt woro in pursuit Wo will overtake these people who believe in liberty thoy said11o will kill their moir and carry back their women and children into slay ery So thoy rushed blindly 011I forgetting that thoro was a God in leaven who takes up tho cnusuof oppressed and the Lord lookedout 1of tho cloud mid troubled thorn Their chnriol wheels drag heavily tho great wall of water trembles ahoy them it breaks it falls = tho homo and his rider aro drowned in tho depths of time set Moses hits a place III the Grand Army of the World 0Antl now passing over ninny many years and leaving out many noble companies of soldiers wo shall name t another division of time grand army of the world led by William tho Sil rxemit of Holland Ills was n fight for liberty of tilt stale nod lilwrty of tho church The Homan Catholics wero iircrud u Spaniard wanted to rule tho whole world and to compel everylxxly worship in time WO9totturellstake and burned alive Have you ewer heard of the Inquisition f TIlt appointimCatholics confiscalo their property mull put then to death For n long time in SJKHII moro then a thousand of the Inst jHxjplo in thu lend wero killed in this cruel manner every year rind the King of Spain claim ed tho Netherlands the country we know as Holland and set up the In quisition lucre The richest and time must Kvorful noble in Holland was William of Orange Ho might biro hewn governor wader time King of Spain but instead he led III the war against him William sold his JXM sessioim to pay his soldiers raised army after army carried on the war Simlllinnl11stealth in his own house But IIIH work was done nod the power of Spain wits broken It was William of Orange who started that tide of disaster for cruel Spain which cal minated in Manila bay William tho Silent made the world fworho stop ed the Inquisition ho fought time wars of tho Lord andho belon6- to time Grain Army of tho World And again time Lord was a man of war in tho days of Oliver Cromwell Cromwell welts time greatest English man that ever lived11u believe that England and America are tho best countries in time world but whIIro they tho best r They are tho lest boniuso for hundreds of years tho Lord has IKHJII carrying on in these nations a war against tyranny mid meanness In older tines England was a place of cruelty aunt violence In limo time of King Hichard thoro wero robbers on every high road which led through England and a man who was a Jew hud almost no protection for his property or his carlxIImtmon men had nothing to say about tho levying of taxes or tho making of laws Slowly time bulwarks of right Und liberty were built up In the time of King John by war and struggle there was produced tho Great Chnrtor as it is called which wax a constitution or agreement that 110 freeman should bo imprisoned without a trial that no Judge should decide a case for money that no workman should have his tools taken away in payment of debts Grad tally tho rights of tho English people wero increased Tho trial ny jury was established and time pooplo had n right to elect tho English Congress called the House of Commons and so share in milking the laws of the land Now all this progress this liberty was threatened and taken away by King Charles tho First Ho rofus ed to assemble the House of Com mons and raised taxes and made arrests on his own authority Ho punished P 11who differed with him in religion alums as cruelly as time Inquisition Every ono III Eng land was in time habit of obeying thinking and feared to oppose him lIoI had thu Army and time treasure and the nobles of limo land on his side Ho made fair promises and broko them again and again But opposi lion was mado in the nama of tho Lord Oodof Hosts and there was wear between tho King and tho Houso of Commons Thou it was that Cromwell appeared with his regiment of Ironsides Every ono of his sot diem carried n Bible or n psnlul book They prayed before going jute battles Tho proud Kingvas defeatedat Marstou and at Naseby and Continued on Pago II Departments i i THE GOOD OLD QUAKER Once said to his boy Nathan it is not what thee reads that makes thee smart it is not what thee eats that makes thee fat nor what thee earns that makes thee rich but what thee SAVES i This may be acquired through the steady use rofan account in own bank Berea Banking Co Main Berea combines beauty venience is is general 1can be made consistent with good workmanship and superior quality The of satisfied customers that we have without a dissatisfied is proof that we please you gladly furnished Repairing and Rubber Tires the lowest prices workmCARRIAGE WORKS I c F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky H Dry Goods 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113rtloIR RI J 1jEngagement guaranteedgold From the Ringstjewelry shown in Berea Prices right Call and see our lino of goods A J Thompson 1 Opposite Burdettes Mill Boron Ky HOME MADE CANDY Pure Wholesome and Healthful Assorted BonBons in neat I pound boxes East End Drug Co Main St Berea Ky tItI I1IIIItIIt1 Not too ScornsIs It to plan for yourHouse other withaHammarBrand Sold and guaran teed by the East End Drug Co Main Street Bares Kyr iy rr n 1 LAND OF IDONT ARE HEnE When Im tick of my desk and papers When Im fagged with the wear and tear When I long for a breath of freedom- In tho Land of IDontCarcVhcre- Tlien I look thro my office window 1 nut tho pit of the city street To the Ilea of the dim horizon Where the sky and the ocean meet And I watch the great clouds sailing Thro the paleblue smoky sky Mighty ships with the fairest cargoes Sailing peaceful and white and high And I mount to my private airship That will carry me up and away Thro the wastes of heavenly waters To the shores of a landlocked bay And theres nobody there to meet me Out the people I know In books And theres no one at all to gossip Of money or creed or looks Out the fruit hangs low In the orchard And the grass waves mile on mile Where I sit with some oldworld hero On the step of a country stile And the West Is ablaze with Bunt And the air holds a touch of June And the bees and the breejte of tho rive Hum a wonderful restful tune but hark Whats that sound of titnmj IngT- There are footsteps on the stair And Im back called back In a hurry From the Land of IDontCartWher John H Holllday In Yuck THEMISSISSIPPIBUBBLE Br EMERSON HOUGH I 1 Author ofThs Stotyof the Cowboy II The Girl at the Hallway Houte Etc Copyright lot by mono Uoagh 1 CHAPTER XXXIV I THE REGENTS PROMISE Tell me then Monsieur Vas of this hew America I would fain have some Information at first hand There was rumor I know not how exact that you once traveled In those regions Thus spake his grace Philippe duke of Orleans regent of France now In effect ruler of France It was the au dience which had been arranged for John Law that opportunity for which he had waited all his life Before him now as ho stood in the great council chamber facing this man whose ambl lions ended where his own beganat tho convivial board and at the gam log tablehe saw the path which led to the success that he had craved so long He Law of Lauriston some time adventurer and gambler was now playing his last and greatest game Your Grace said he there br many who might better than I tell you of that America There are many who should be able and many who do replied the regent Dy the body of the Lord wi get nothing but Information regarding these provinces of New France ann each advice Is worse than the one pre ceding It The gist of it all is that my lord governor and my very good intendant can never agree save upon cne point or so They want more money end they want more soldiers lh yes to be sure they also want more women though wo sent them out n ship load of choice beauties not more than a sixmonth ago But tell me Monsieur Las is It indeed true that you have traveled In America For a short time I have heard nothing regarding you from the Intendant at Quebec Your grace was not at that time caring for intendants Twas many years ago and I was not well known at Qjicbsc by my own name Eh blen Some adventure then perhaps A woman at the bottom of It I warrant Your grace Is right Twas like you for a fellot of good zest May God bless all fair dames And as to what you found In thus followlng or was It In fleeing jour divinity I found many things For one that this America is the greatest coun try of the world Neither England nor France is to be compared with It The regent fell back in his chair and laughed heartily V Monsieur you are Indeed as 1 bave ever found you of most excellent wit You please me enormously But your grace I am entirely ser- ioUs Oh come spoil not so good a jest by qualifying I Keseech you En gland or France Indeedah Monsieur Las Monsieur Las Your own city of New Orleans sire will lie at the gate of a realm greater than all France Your grace will hand comedownership of any king You say rich In what way asked the regent We have not had so much of returns after all Look at CrozatT Look atItOh fie Crozat Your grace he olved not the first problem of real commerce He never dreamed the real richness of America Philippe sat thoughtful his finger tips together Why have we not heard of theso things said he Because of men like Crozat of men like your governors and Intendants at Quebec Because your grace as you know very well of the same reason which sent me once from Paris and kept me uo long from laying before you these very plans of which I now would speak And that cause MalntenonOh Indeedthat U to say Loulswould hear naught of me of course Malntenon took care that ho Ahould tad 1 was but heretic An for myself san Ptiilyp tin regent lierotlc or trot hcrctlj miii but l mall figure For us Us most n question of how to keep the king In the saddle and France underneath Precisely your grace Frankly Monsieur Las J take It fittest now not so much to ponder over new worlds as over bow o V ep in touch with this old world yet urhlle Franco has danced though for year she danced to the tune of Louis clad In Hack Now France must par for the Jiiwlc My faith I like not the look of things The Joyful Franco to day Is a hideous thing These people laugh I had sooner see a lion grin Now to govern thone given us by provi dence to govern and tho regent smiled grimly at the ancient fiction llls most meet that the governed should produce somewhat of funds In order that they may bo Yes and the error gocrnrdI Ing too far said Law ple have been taxed beyond the thin lion point Now they laugh Yes and by God Monsieur Las when France laughs beware Your grace admits that France has no further resources AssuredlyThen New France cried Law his hand coming down hard upon tho table his eyes shining Mortgage where the security doubles every year where the soil itself Is security for wealth greater than all Ejjropo ever owned Oh very well monsieur though later I must ask you to explain You admit that no more money can be forced from the people of France Ask tho farmers oF the taxes Ask Chamlllard of the treasury My faith look out of the window Listen Do- II not tell you that France Is laughinxt- Very well Let us also laugh Let us all laugh together There Is money In France more money In Europe I assure you these people can be brought to give cheerfully all they have It sounds well Monsieur Las but let mo ask you how France Is bankrupt this Is brutal but none the less true Franco must repudiate her obligations unless something be swiftly done It Is not noble to repudiate your grace Yet If we cancel and not repudiate If we can obtain the gold of France of Europe Body of God but you speak large my friend Not so large All subjects shrink as we come close to them by study TIs easy to see that France has not money enough for her own business YOUR OUACK I AM KXTIHHLY SKUIOUS- If we had moro money In France we should have more production and If wo had more production we might have taxes Thereby we might have fomewhat In our treasury wherewith to keep the king In the saddle and not under foot Then If I follow you said Philippe leaning slightly forward and again placing his finger tips judicially to gether you would coin greater amounts of money Then I would ask you where would you get your gold for the coinage- It Is not gold I would coin said Law but credit The kingdom hath been run on credit for these many years No tis not that kind pf credit that I mean I mean the credit which comes of confidence It Is fate necessity which demands a new system The world has grown too much for everyman to put his sixpence Into the other mans hand and carry away In a basket whut he buys We are no longer savages to barter beads toe hides Yet we were as savages did we not come to realize TnaWaJsTnsUf ficlent coin must be replaced In the evolution of affairs just as barter has Icng ago been replaced And by what As I said by credit Do not annoy me by things too deep but rather suggest some definite plan If that may be First of all then as I said to you year3ayo we need a bank a bank in which all the people of France shall have absolute confidence You would then wish a charter of some sort1 Only provided your graco shall please I have of my own funds a half ullllon llvres or more This I would put into a bank of general na ture if your grace shall please That should be some small guarantee of my good faith In these plans Monsieur Las would seem to havo followed play to his good fortune Never to so good fortune as when first I met your grace replied Law I have given to games of chance thi severest thought and study Just aa much more have I given thought and study to this enterprise which I pre I pose now to lay before you And you crown for your It were bankIcalved that open A slow frown settled upon the faceI of tho other That b 1 tha begin itr illriMi Av rLdS dta tile regent It Is you who must prove tnecu thlnro which you propose Let It bo co then said Law will i convict1 on I make uo doubt I shall I oitMn aulircrlptlons for the shIes Remember my words Within a tow months you uhall see trebled tho ener j gies of France Money Is tho only thing which we have not In France Why your grace suppose tho collectors of taxes in tho south of France succeed in raising tho kings levies That specie must come by wheeled ve hlclo all the way to Paris Consider whet loss of tlmo Is there and con elder what hindrance to the trade or the provinces from wnWi so mud specie is taken bodily and ta which It can return later only a little at a time Is It any wonder that usury Is eating up Franco There Is not money enough It Is tho one priceless thing by which I mean only that there Is net belief not confidence not credit enough In Franca Now given a bank which holds the confidence of the peo pit and I promise the king his taxes even as I promise to abolish usury You shall see money at work money begetting money and that begetting trade and that producing comfort and comfort making easier the collection of the kings taxes By heaven you begin to make It somewhat moro plain to me One thing I beg you to observe most carefully your grace said Law nor must it over be forgotten In our under standing Tho shares of this bank must have a fixed value In regard to the coin of the realm There must be no altering of the value of our coin Grant that the coin docs not fluctuate and I promise you that my bank ac notes of thpchlef bank ol Paris shall eden bo better than gold or silver In the eyes of Franca Moreover given a greater safety to foreign gold and I promise you that too shall pour Into Paris In such fash Ion as has never yet been seen Moreover the people will follow their coin Paris will be the greatest capital In Europe This I promise you I can do In effect said the regent smiling you promise me that you can build anew Paris u new world Yet much of this 1 can In part believe and under stand Let that be as it may The Immediate truth it that something must be done and done at once ObviouslyOur debt Is twentysix hun dred millions of llvres Its annual In terest Is eighty millions of livres We cannot pay this Interest alone not to rpeak of the principal Obviously a you tat the matter admits of no de lay Your bankrwhy by heaven let us have your bank What can wo do without your bank- CiL1irrER XXXV A DAY OF MIRACLES The regent of France kept his promise to Law and the latter In turn fulfilled iris prophecy to tho regent Tho Dinquo Generale do Las et Com pognle was seized upon by the public debtor and creditor alike as thp one new thin and hence as lire only sal tation As ever It pleased Paris to bf mystified In some way tho rumor spread about that Monsieur Las was phllosojihlque that the Banquo Gen erale was founded upon philosophy It was catchword sulllclent for the time Vivo Jean Las le phllosophcMon sieur LaN he who has saved France So rang the cry of the shallowwilted people of an age splendid even In Us contradictions And meantime Ute now bank crudely experimental as It was nourished as though its master spirit had Indeed in his possession the philosophers stone turning all things to gold One day shortly after the beginning of that brilliant spectacular series ot events destined so soon to make Part+ the Mecca ol the world there sat at table In a little obscure cabaret of the gay city n group of persons who rceraed to have chosen that spot for purposes of privacy Yet privacy was dlincult where all the curious passersby stared in amaze at the great coach near the door half filling the narrow and unclean streeta vehicle bearing the arms of co less a person than that AUgust and unscrupulous representa tive of the French nobility the Prince de Conll No less a person than the prince himself thinfaced aquiline and haughty eat at this table looking about him like any common criminal to note whether his speech might be overheard Next to him sat a hook nosed Jew from Austria Fraslln by name one of many of his kind gathered eo quickly within the last few weeks In Paris even as the scent of carrion fetches ravens to the feast Another of the patty was a man of middle age of handsome calm patrician features and an unruffled mienthat Do la Chaise nephew of the confessor of Louis the Grand who was later to rep resent the young king In the provinces of Louisiana Near by the latter and Indeed the central figure of this gathering was one less distinguished than either of the above evidently neither of ihurch ly ancestry nor civic distinction Henri Varenne sometime clerk for the noted Paris PiMen farmers of the national revenues Varenne now serv- Ing but as clerk in the now bank of Las ct Compagnlo could havo been called a man of not great standing yet It wax he whoso presenco had called hither these others to this unusual meeting In point of fact Varenne was a spy chosen by the jealous Paris Freres to learn what he might of tho Internal mechanism of this now and startling institution which bad sprung into such sudden prominence- As to the bank of these brothers Las mid the Prince do Conti rap ping out emphasis with his cword hilt- on tho table it surely has mach to commend It Hero Is one of Its notes and witness what It says The bnpA promises to pay to the bema at cJgnt tha sum oi fllt7 llvrca is coin of tha woUut and staatlax4 eZ thli txr Thil i4 to sviy of this date sato It ffcia Following three nro the wo Jstalns received1 Now my notary tdit mu that theso words make this absolutely sate K that I know what It means In coin to me at this day or a year froia now Is It not so Monsieur Frasn The Jew reached out his land lock tho rote and peered over It fat close scrutiny TIs no wonder Monsieur lo Prince said he presently that order hays bten given by tbo government to ro- ceivo this note without discount for the payment of the general taxes Upon my reputation I must say to you that these notes will pass current bet ter than your uncertain coin The specie of the king has been changed twice In value by the kings orders Yet this bases itself upon a specie value which Is not subject to any change Therein lies Its own value It li Indeed true broke In Var enne Not a day goes by at this now bank but ittrsous come to us and demand our notes rather than coin of the rearm of France Yes yes broke In the prince we are agreed as to nil this but there Iti much talk about further plans of thin Monsieur Las Ho has the ear of hit grace the regent surely Now sir tell us what you know of these future affairsThe rumor Is as I understand U answered Vnrunne that ho Is to b- oer control of the Company of the West to succeed In short to the shod of Anthony Crozat There como cu rious stork of this province of Loulsl anaOf course resumed the prince with easy wisdom wo nil of us know of the voyage of LHullllcr who with Iris four ships went up this great rivet Mcssasobc and who as Is well known found Itt river of Blue Earth de scrlbed cv early writers as abounding In gold I id gems Aye tad there comes tho strong part of U and this U what I would lay before ur lordships as beating upon the A oJ te of the shares of this new bank since It Is taking rer tho char ter of the Company of tio West I U news not yet known upon the street The story goes that he half has nut been told of tho wIth of these prov inces Now as you say LHullllcr haJ with him four ships and It Is well known that his gentlemen had with them ceXaln ladles of distinction among these a mysterious dame ro ported to hays earlier traveled In por tions of New France The name of this mysterious female Is not known save that she Is reported to have been i a good ft lend of a nouslieutenant of the regiment Crlgnan sometime dweller at Quebec and Montreal and who later became a lieutenant under I LHuirlcr It Is said that this same mysterious far having returned from Amcrl a and having cast aside her Ileuterant has come under protection bf no less a person than his grace Phlllpp of Orleans tho regent Now i as you know the bank Is the tst friend of tho regent and this mysterious dam1 as we are advised by servants of his graces household hath i told his grace such stories of tho wealth of the Messisobe that he has secretly and quickly made over the control of tire trade of those provinces to this new bank There Is story also that hU grace himself will not lack profit In i this mopmentI BEWILDERING SIMILE I Ilir Wad Mlntiikc of nn Ainrrlcnn Is nn KlTcirt In Point IiIMorel In Corrn A capital story has been told by aa American missionary who lately arrived in London from Corea says na exchange of that city The difficulty I of learning the language of that rouu try U increased enormously owug to the largo number of words which with a slight Inflection of the volt an used over and over again with an en I tirely different meaning The mM slonary In guivon was preaching to some natives ann assuring them thatI unless they repented they wool a place of punishment Amazement rher than terror was written on the faces of his oriental listeners Why on earth If they rejected his advice and refused to repent should they be dis patchedto the local post office OB another occasion a lecture was delivered In tho course of which a beau tiful moral was being drawn from the say career of the tiny butterfly which was suddenly cut short In tho clutches of the spider The simile however tell somewhat short of Ua Intended meaning and It was not until the laughter had subsided that tho lecturer became aware that the victim which had born floundering timid the dainty I bllkcn threads of tho web was II donkey which In the Corean languagb it co pears Is synonymous with butterfly For Vnlor Mr Andrew D White tells In his reminiscence of his diplomatic caner a story of a British officer wha has since won distinction This wu Gen Methuen who at the time of Mr Whiles ministry to Germany was s young color t1 connected with the Brit ish embauj One day while walking in a remon part of the Thiorgarten Methucn saw a working man throw himself Inlo the nvor and InstsnUj jumped Into the icy stream after him grappled hint Bulled him out laid hiss on the banlr and rapidly walked away Whin npvi of It got out ho was tazod with the deed b7 members of the diplomatic corps but ho awkwardly and blusMagl pooipoohed tho whole mat tel Ono evening not long afterward roloneLitcoc frcu his own coat a mi3l ol I honor lC1 life ravln nail attaciisij to tha breast of Jlethuen who r UI I It la i very av4 ajtl jat taxalti twleutur7 DR V H HOBSON rf+ Dentist its KyKto4 Suod by His Doctor lOA doctor hero has sued mo for 12 fiO which I claimed was excessive for n case of cholera morbus nays U White of Coachollo Cal At tho trial ho praised his medical skill and medicine I asked hint H it was not Chntuborlaino Colic Cholera and DiarrLuM Remedy ho used as I had Rood reason to boliovo it was and ho would not say under oath that it was not No doctor could utM a better remedy than this in a case of cholora niorbuc it never tits Sold by S E Welch Jr Druggist p rmrit fi s sad Jzaiuirejr f FM OpwUl titkbr commas Imllu fnu areandtrprtoarmta4irty FerrateOpp Driven to Desperation Living at an out of the way place remote from civilization a family is often driven to desperation in caw of accident resulting in Burns Cut Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a supply of Bucklons Arnica Salvo Its tho but on earth 25c at the East End Drug Co fl Good Inveslient e For Hln IIII end- by rrp lit m flzazoIl Wrter Trlfsrhh i with nr luiirrr Oiitni with fall la tnielloni fur 1101ITKLICGUAIH OIKUATING A fiudnktlnc tlnd ttiat wilt rntkUjrtxi lo earn- gait wcnhNeudfurrny Telegrsphatatnrwbkhhagell a Variety ol eat HpnUltlit or ur lot I will send a f HERMAN C TAFEL lytNTTHIHa IlCCTOIOl sea w h ar rNa NS taat Cc Twontyflvo Cents Will give you rest Will stop pain and itching Paracamph ab1 solutely cures Piles whether bleeding or itching Guaranteed by S EI Welch Jr Druggist on J J AZBILLS- I the place to get your Blacksmith lag done We hays the tools and the skill Horseshoeing BOo Ws an for good work and low prices Everybody come Bia HILL Fiat 1 MILl EAST BCBBA REPAIR THAT LOOM Beres College has secured a market for homespun and homewoven goods such M bed coverlids linen dreu hussy jeans blankets etc at follow lag prices Corerllda 14 to W Linen 40 to CO cents a yard Dress Linsey CO cents a yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes 3 a pair White linsey and white blanket are not in demand anIon orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2e yards 90 inches long All dyea used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Anywomanwhowantaloaellcover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For Information apply ia person or by letter tc Mrs Kettle W Graham IJna Itr Thrown From n Wagon Mf George K Babcock was thrown from his wagon and severely bruised Ho applied Chamberlains Pain Balm freely and says it is tho boat liniment ho ever used Mr Babcock is n well known citizen of North Plain Conn Thero is nothing equal to Pain Balm for sprains and bruises It will effect a euro in ouothird the Unto K quired by any other treatment For ealo by S E Welch Jr Druggist Buggy or Carriage Harness j fineFpro11tlook aa well na tko rest of your turnout or is it shelby end thus detract from the general oppcarnucol I If co thetoa BD easy way out of it Select a new act of Buggy or Carriage Hitr lien from Our Largo Stock at abtouiahingly reasonable prices However if you decide to make jour old liar flees do let ua put it In good rcpeir for you It wout cost much I T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Ky- I Neuralgia Pains Aro sometimes almost unbearable Iaracauiph relieves Neuralgia and Headache instantly by opening tho ports stimulating the circulation and removing tho congestion A free ap plication will convince you of its klOPIevery n MONUMENTS era UIItOIlU attrre- raallme Marble Work of all kinds dons in a workmanlike manner at tea tonable prices and with dispatch All work gust Doteed b- yGOLDENrFLORA RICHMOND Ky Cbr ff Mtln Sod allies StrMU 4That Throbbing Hoadacho Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and I Nervous headaches They make pure blood and build up your health I Only 25 come money back if not cured Sold by the East End Drug I Co Druggist r GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT ST LOUIS USE THE- HENDERSON ROUTE THE LINE THAT IS- COMFORTABLE BEYOND A DOUBT FREE RECLININGCHAIR Official Rout For Kentuckians To STLOUIS Ask for our ratts GRO L GARRET LJffiHI Tray Psssr Aft ten Psssr AI LOMISV1LU KY THAT CONE FEELING TIREI QUIZ AND LIE IACKACIE AND LASSITUDE w can curt all SlId matt lttr bright and Writ atO eforawpiea 4 will Of bapprIQR i1CNZINGEe elttmor I THE CITIZEN u 14+1ltI rAI1+1llthhtHHHf The Home JBKMIB LESTER BILL Editor HH Some Good Recipes Hnm Iatl erlIl8o maybe mud of the Hinall cultiiigH of cold nun anil furnish a juVamiiK variation from tin e cold lKjilo l Hcmnl straight Tnko olin cupof cold ham cliopjHtl ono lialf cup of bnni crumbs one tea HMioiifiil of butter a littlo ntllnta and MtMr Mix thoroughly iiiomtiMi withu little milk Prow into patty tins leaving n hollow in the middlo nod net away in a cold plate over night In till inoruiiif break an unlxatcii egg Into each patty nod Imku in tho oven until the wftiiHprufornslKMcallopiNl earthen ImkiiigiliHli place therein layer of cracker crnmlH with hitH o butter Halt alllMILlllOr and then a layer of hlicvu hard toiled egg inoiHten with milk land rejxMit until the dish is full IJjike in a nuxlunito oven A homomade yeant that will found reliahle for ixrplo who air remote from stores lit aH follows 1wil and hoilIIlx jtotatocH III a quart of water When done lwur the water Into a jar and 111MU table HKH nful of sugar When cool add ClllOIUllfIt comprcAAtt1 yeast cake 1ltJIIIIx tato water agnln adding sugar as buforu When coolndd this to the fintt jar Set in ti warm place to rise In using onethird should IK kcj risingfinger cu of lard thoroughly In Hour Mix i another pun one egg one cup of blue nioliiMNtw one cup uf sugar one tnble Hpoonfnl of g this into flour and lard Adtlto this one tablc KMiifiil of mxlii in one half cup of wiling water Mix all to the coiiNtHtcncy of biscuit dough Hake in quick oven Angel CakeUse the whiles of eleven egg one and onehalf cups of- mlllllnhtlllllhllr 0110 sup of Bitted hour one teaMlxwnfalor vanilla outs teiuKXnful of enam tartar Sift the Hour four times then ndd the cream tartar and sift again but Iii isuro tho flour before putting in cream tarts Sum the solver and merimiro it Ikea tilt egg to ti stiff froth on n large platter mid on tho wime platter nit the Hiigiir lightly and then the Hour gently then tho vanilla do sal ntop iKating until you put it in the mn to bake hake forty minutes in n moderate oven Trywith a Htraw and if anything sticks to the strut let it bake n littlo longer Do not oHH till Owen until it him been in fifteen ininntoH Turn tho JKUI up silo down to cowl When cool take L out by loosening it at tho shies with a knife and then Jew Do not grcnra the ix- 1udIHbhhlH +HI1It11tM + The School JOHN WIRT DIHSMOBB Editor HH A Program look In preparing Kxcial rfay exercises I find my program bo n great eon venience I take nit jlt1 ledger o Hcrap Ixwkif written upon it w il roughlyTbiuiksgivhigChristnlns Washingtons Birthday Lincolns Birthday Easter Arbor Day Juno Day etc I Jeavo a great many Hhetits free under each heading Then as fast as I find material which will appropriate for school exer delutrttneatjwsl r to the Hemp book so that it may easily IK torn away If tho selections aro in magazines or newspapers cut them cut entire if in looks o borrowed jNijHjrs I must copy then- and paslo in the jmpors It is stir prising how many selections crop upi one watching for then A farm annual an almanac an advertising shoot n Sundayschool leaflet may havo a charming lilllu selection tucked away in Homo corner not to sjcak of the wealth of material in school magazines and the ono o twohigh class childrens magazines When I wish to got ready for holiday say Washingtons birthday I set to work systematically anti thusI save much of the worry which used y to ncconipnur a day of specialoxor vises I make out a list ofall tho children who are to havo fersos lo learn Then with sheets of brown and white paper a paste pot pen and ink I begin Turning to my Washingtons Birthday Department I take an appropriate selection for Mary detach it from tho sheet paste it upon my sheet of inanila paper 10I that it poly bo kept cleat and untornI t Write Marys name over it Put ItI in a big envelope cross oil her name t on the list and goon to John iii this way proceeding until every name 011 the list lmn lcen crossed off The big envulojM is full of selections and I have simply to hand them to the children next dnylomltlr Kducu bur i7it11HVIItHHH+ I1The Farm SILAS CUBBVBR MASON Edi- torHIHihHHrH 1lKENTUCKY TRIES OIL KiprrlntrnU With II In llnnil Im provement Irorv Hurrrinlul 011 bus been until on n road near Lexington Ky to render It diistlcss nod mom durable nod It Is wild the tvmilts taro all that iiibl hoped fur considerable expense and prep Inrnll0i n mile and n bolt on thoreeon- Mrucllon port of Iii Ncwtown pike frvnnfA WhllIIlhr Rlinllar In ninny nv npoct to a ntrevt sprinkler npread line crude oil over which sand was scatter til to n depth of bolt nil Inch Itcccntly n large roller was pnosetl over It In the time intervening IK lIjhtrLpenetrated llmofthme hat set In an an pbalt lInt tliu effect of thin roller 10 Ing Mill further to compniw and Hinootb the nurfneo Dcspltf Kovernl dlnndvanbiKOH of which Innblllty to bent the all and tho cool Arnwn were lintiproof diiKtloH nnd elastic the road linn nloo IMVII Hindu mor dnrnblo This Innt fenturw of tbo process the dlncov ery of which was Incidental to the orlc teal uw of oil an n dust layer bns brouKbt It to the attention of the en fire country allk nLacxa CUT nOM AN OILED non nnd after that tho feet much lees than keeping n road Kprlnklwl After taw finial year 11111 tiivin7M to one the oil except for patching and It Is calculntetl that n well oiled road will remain dustless and wnterproof for ten ymn or longer Tho ravine In ro pairing Morse will be largo too added comfort being Incidental About 4000 gallons of oil nnd 1000 bushels of nnnd were required on the mile which furnishes the test The oil cost 02 ctiita per barrel Tho road had boon reconstructed two yenta ngo and In a typo of tho fiftytwo tulles around Lexington which till 1101110 Construction company la remaking It tho county tlndn It ndvUablo to oil nil of tho reconstructed plko the goal or perfection will have been closely np proached On tho basin of n ratio the tort of oiling the Ncwtown pike ex elusive of machinery vas 2H THE MARKETS Flour and Grain Cincinnati May 31FlourWlnter patent I5109C80 fancy IUG0490 family UCUIi extra 33G03GG low grade 13900320 spring patent 18100640 fancy HSOOtCO family UCUII Northwestern rro U71iu atlNo 8 white track 60c No 8 mixed track 400 No I mixed track 61Hc No 8 yellow track COJJGJo rejected mixed track 45G 49o Oata tialoss No 2 mixed track got No 8 white track 42tfc Chicago May SlwWfceatrNo E red 1100108 No 8 do fl02Ql07 No I bard SSQSBHc No 8 do 8309Gc No 1 Northern 08cfl No 2 do 92 098c No 8 iprlng 88Q970 Oats No 2 800 No 3 38c Live Steok 81CattleHeavyrbutcher atocra 1extra f8160Se6 Rood to choice f4GO 0610 heifers extra f51GG26 good to choice f460610 cows extra U1GU51 good to choice 3600 410 CalvesFair to good light 15 57G extra fO Hogs Good to choice packera and butchers f49G06OG mixed packers f480049G light ship per f440047G pigs f38G0435 tor7300nJTTNE1904 Itym med Ihu ftl tel 1 3 3 4 G 01 71 81 91011 12 18 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 20 80 L APDthr r CONTINUOUS FIGHT TIt Has Been Going on Near FciS Yang Cheng Since May 27 A SHARP ACTION NEAR SIMATSI Moth HldcB Suffered Severely But Details of this Flfrnrea have No liccn Given Out Severe Skirmishes Are Also Reported Along the Railroad Between Station Vfangoy and Vfandlon Japs Suffered Heavily Lino Yang Juno 1 Continuous fighting has taken place northeast of Pong Wang Cheng and tbo railway nhovo Kin Chou since May 27 A sharp action has taken placo eastward of Slmatsl 35 miles north of Feng Wang Caong which lasted from tho morning of Mny 27 until daylight May 30 Doth sides suffered severely De tailed figures aro lacking The resulted In the Rus nlans retiring on Slmatsl followed cautiously by Japanese detachments Three companies of Japanese are reported to have ambushed a patrol of tho Ncrlnaky regiment near Hunslnn wounding threo Cossacks A fourth Cossack hall his horso killed under htm Fearing capture ho burled his rlflo Ho was captured but aubso fluently escaped dug up his rifle and rejoined his regiment Sovoro fighting Is reported along tho railroad between stations Vfangoy and Vfandfon Tbo Japanese suffered heavily and would havo been annihi lated had not Infantry reserves coma up and forced tho Russians to rctlro Into Warsaw Chic Foo Juno 1An unconfirmed rumor Is current among tho Chinese that a battlo occurred six miles from Port Arthur Tuesday St Petersburg Juno 1Tho government Is making every effort to expe dite tho dispatch of artillery reinforcements to the front Ordnance material on tho way is given precedence over all other tragic including pas sengers In a letter front Kainsk West Siberia tho representative of a commercial houso says that the Sibe rian express whereby ho was travel Ing was derailed to permit the passage of three full train loads of field artil lery London Juno 1Tho Daily Malli correspondent at Now Chwong says Some Chinese fugitives from Port Arthur arrived hero describe the sit uation of the Inhabitants there aa des perate Famine prices exist The cost of provisions Increase weekly Many persons aro reduced to eating Chinese food and ovod that Is dear Millet flour costs 0 a bag Wholo streets and several public buildIngs have been wrecked by Japanese shell flro Tho hospitals aro packed with sick and wounded CAVALRYMEN They Rebelled on Account of An In spection Order Junction City Kan Juno L About noon Tuesday 19 soldiers in Troop K Eighth cavalry at Fort Riley rebelled on account of an Inspection that was ordered for 2 oclock Tuesday afternoon They come to Junction City and paraded on tho streets In defiance of tho noncommissioned officers who wore sent to take them back to tho post A detail of men was sent from tbo post to assist in tho capture of tho mutineers With tho aid of tho local police officers all but four of the mutt neers are in custody Only seven of the men resisted the police and It is probable that they will bo charged with mutiny when they go before a court martial for trial The Quarantine Lifted Washington June 1 Consul General Hanna at Monterey has telegraphed the state department that Texas has lifted the quarantine against Monterey to persons reporting at the United States consulate general tor flea days in succession Seventy Men to Be Killed Lino Yang Juno 1 Seventy Chi nose bandits are hero awaiting execu tion Tho local Chinese governor In view of troublous times baa boon om powered to behead bandits without ro erring their cases to the Chlneso au thorltloe at Mukden Nw Supreme Court Seal Washington June 1Unlted States supremo court ordered a now seal for the court for the first time since 1700 Tho old seal was tho size of a silver dollar Tuesdays order calls for a seal 24 Inches In diameter Burled With Military Honors Washington Juno l4ho remains of Col Richard J Hlnton who died in London a little over two years ago havo arrived In Washington and wore burled in Arlington cemetery with full military honors Czar Ordered Army Advance London Juno 1A Che Foo cablegram to the Dally Express says that Gen Kuropatkln Is advancing south ward against his own judgment hav ing been peremptorily ordered to do so by tho czarWith the Russian Army Washington Juno 1Capt William V Judson tho United States military attache accompanying tho Russian arm in tho field has reported Ida arrival art YAyA yT G A R SERMON Continued from pals 1 the liberties of tine English jieojilo were restored AH long aa ho lived Cromwell made England tho most prOHjwrotiH cold powerful nation in tho world Tho great Macauloy has given tho spirit of this war as felt by n soldier of the times King Charles was a man of elegant attire nnd woro longscented hair Ho was aided hyII profmio antI dashing cavalry officer called Report of the Ithine It wits by meeting Ruportn cavalry that Cromwell turned the tide of battle In those days men were still lighting with long spears called pikes Rupert is driving back tho Puritan army when Cromwells men dash in Their allInIIke mwlilrlwlnil on the trees like a deluge on the dyke Our Ironildci lure burst on tho ranks of the countAnd it n shock have scattered the force ol hit Iilkei Fast tohideTheir templebarAnd Churle he tutu belliesshame on those cruel eyes That tore to look on torture and dare not look on war And again the Lord wan a man of war in the times of the American Revolution Washington anti his men belonged to tho Grand Army of tho World Their fight was for this Siinio cause of human liberty Tim men who had the power wished to oppress mid wrong other teen Tine King of England forgot tho lessons which Cromwell had taught a fow plntltoernment without kings or nobles or bishops The word of the Lord by night lIlgrlmscameAu And filled Ihelr hearts with hams ktngsIbrlnTheThink re I made this earthy ball Aa held of havoc and war trntlllDnMlgbl Wo know the story of tho revolu tion It was a hundred and twenty eight years ago but we know it well My grandfather told mo what his own father told him of his expcri CIICOH in tho army of Washington that means there is only ono trans mittor of the tradition between tho revolution and myself liftingofbunions men You have mean the hymn sung at tho tho completion of tho battle monument at Concord n lloadTheirHero once the embattled farmer stood And fired the shot heard round the world And now my friends what I wish putdowntho same cause as these heroes of history which wo havo mentioned Moses fought tho Lords battle against tho Egyptians and William Spaninrc1RCromwell people against tho king Washing ton mado America independent And this Grand Army of tho Republic which wo honor today fought tho pamo kind of a bnUloo battle in behalf of the liberty and progress of the world All wars are not alike and all soldiers are not alike Thoro have been wars where it rondo little differ ence to humanity which side conquered But thoro have been certain wars and certain soldiers which have Jay cleared away obstructions and made tho lot of man better for all later time Every child born since the tine of Moses has mudit better chance because old Pharaoh was drowned in tho Red Sea Every child born since tho time of William of Orange has been better off because tho Spaniards were defeated Wo today have larger liberties than we WashIillwollcampaigns All these Christian soldiers have been benefactors not only to their own tunics nnd nations but to tho whole human race And tho same high distinction belongs to tho men who responded to Lincolns call in 1801 They were soldiers carrying out tho will of God Tho solemn time came when every man was called upon to choose sides And nowhere was that hour more solemn than in Kentucky In tho far South there was no freedom every man was forced to join tho roo hellion In the far North decision was easy for there tho side of right was also tho side of popularity But hero the eople in the sumo State the same county tho samo family wero taking opposite sides catnipfireherecould tell to us who were not there how you mado up your mind and how you cane to go into this great war on tho right side But I am tho speaker this mottling and I can say sayIon the other lido tho progress of tho whole world would have been set back This war like tho great wars which wo mare spoken of in tho past was a war in which God was concern ed- It is these facts which make all tho details of your military service so interesting and so important they are a jiart of a great worlds conflictI been reading line littlo history of the 8th Kentucky regi uncut to which so many of you be longed and I wondered whether all our children aro learning as they should tho story of your military service and whether they realize that a veteran of tho civil war is far moro a hero than a veteran of tho Mexican War or the Spanish War It is your glory that you fought at the side of bravo comrades You were in tho same armies with Stan ley Mathews Thomas Sherman Garfield and a hundred others whoso names are written high on tho chart of famo It is your glory that you fought against valiant and well trainml foes and that while they fought mainly on tho defensive you wero called to do tho more difficult and dangerous work of attack It is your glory that you achieved main glory is that you wero on tho right side A good man is often found on tho wrong sido in wurho may bo mistaken and mis led or ho may be forced into the ranks of the enemy This was the case with thousands in tho Confeder ate army Most of tho rebel States voted not to secede and wero then rushed into the rebellion against their sober judgment and conviction Think of tho weight of guilt incurred by those who thus brought on the war Who is responsible for tho horrors the devastations the ruin tho loss tho suffering nnd the bereavements of that war Tho men whoflfirClI tho Southern heart and rushed the Southern States into a hopeless con test they are responsible The r Grand Army of tho Republic slaved the South from its crazy loaders and today every oxCon fedora to shares equally with all his fellow citizens in tho benefits of the govern ment which you saved from ruthless destruction Your victory benefited every htltnblo hOll1oill America respectedthotho feeling of kindness toward men is stronger because woroIvictorious And tine toiling millionsIof other lands were blessed by tho Thoylookprogresslibertyour country lad been divided and half of it planted upon tho corner stone of injustice and slavery the watchers for progress in all lands would have lost heart But you won and you winning blessed the whole world The flag you placed on Lookout Mountain has become one of humanityLetdren of veterans You have an honorable heritage in tho war record of your sires Be worthy of it Let it never be said that any son or daughter of a veteran has failed to IMJ a true honest honorable public spirited citizen And to tho students Study history and learn to believe that the right willalways conquer at last And to tho veterans May God grant your long lives You are bone daybywearingthese of the leaders and battles which mado our nation free Make your influence felt for education for purity of tho religionTCJl1fully to tine children And so keep a marching marching forever ju the Grand Army of tho Republic and tho Grand Army of tho World THE GREATEST OFFER Ever Made laIn Newspaper Now Being Made by The Citizen Full Particulars fn ad on Pages iNo publisher has ever made a moro liberal offer than that which is now being mado by tho publisher of Tile CITIZEN Tho full details of this great offer will w found in thoflad on page 5 lower right hand corner columns 4 fiamid 0 Already a number of our subscribers have taken advantage of this offer Chamerlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are just what you need when you have no appetite feel dull after eating and wake up with a bad tasto in your mouth They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and give you a relish for your food For sale by S E Welch Jr Druggist Fourth Of July Celebrations often result in serious accidents to boys and girls So get a bottle of Paracamph First Aid to j the Injured the remedy which heals Burns Cuts and Bruisea quicker and better than anything else It relieves pain and heals without leaving ugly scars Every bottle guaranted WANTKU9EVKUAL PERSONS OF CHAR actor and good reputation lu each state ono In title manly required to represent and adrertlso old established wealthy Imilnifs louse of solid financial standing Salary KIM weekly with eltJ uddlllonal all payable in cash direct each Wednesday from head ofllces Hone and rarrlage furnished when References Enclose sell addressed envelope Manufactur en and Wholesaler Dept 2 l lloor 314 Dearborn St Chicago For Invalids Infants and the Aged 1 A physician writes I gave to a lady long suffering with a stomach trouble who found it difficult to obtain a food that digestedwelli1 M PRICES WHEAT FLAKE CELERY r r h FOOD t Ihistoryeysarrcr victoryBut ftiCW IJ IDr Price 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four new yearly rabtcrlptlOQi will receive THE free for me yen IIBUSINESSDIRECTORY AND ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass pricesMerchant shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop aecD KcounIt Ice Cream All Flavors w Ice Cream Sod Fruit Flavors Florida and California Erupts Early Vegetables JA je JA Phono JOES No 5a Select Grocer and Caterer Jces Corner Richmond Ky DR M E JONES Dentist 6ffice Over Printing office BERET KY Open Every Day Iron 9 oclock i m until 4 oclock pm A J THOMPSON GENERAL MERCHANDISE Fruits and vegetables I a specialty orrosiTE BUBDETTES PILL Berea Ky Wm Lunsford s General Dealer in High Grade Pianos and Organs Instruments repaired and tuned Drop me a card and I will call promptly Berea Ky Go to the Red White Blue Store For closing out Bargains in Shoes and Clothing A nice hue of Grocorie always priceWeuntil 4 p m Phone 60 R J ENGLE Prop Chestnut Street Bert Ky GROCERIES CANDIES BRUITS VEGETABLES and STATIONERY Lunch counter Agent for Langdon Bread Your patronage is aolioted T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Ky THOSK No 73 Miller House Newly fitted up Meals Board and Lodging at popul prices Next door to Joes R G Engle Prop Main St Richmond Ky WillianlS fc better preps ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean lag and Preeeing pecWtj J Work guaranteed W A Williams Mali DIAL x lIbrttl artj nltttaa fur lmrXeirflfl ttfiripahitiL By J PEMBERTON BALDWIN of New Oilcan A N ideal municipal political condition would be where two par tics each striving to conduct municipal affairs on a proper businesslike basis and separated only by different ideas of the methods to be employed would each select the best me of their party for the suffrages of the whole people An ideal condition even in the view of a partisan leader would one where his own party would be forced into line by some organized opposition party and after a lively campaign the installation of his own party without the opposition captur ing a single offireI Politics however is essentially science where the ideal has littler silence of success and the reason appears to be the fact which must be stated with regret but nevertheless remains a fact that the rank and file of the masses who come dangerously near constituting a majority of the voters in every election are almost universally of mediocre politi cal education Their personal adhcrancc to the ward leader takes the place of party allcgiencc and party principle A gradual education of these masses the inculcation among them of ideas of personal independ cote and the high privilege of the ballot free intermixture with then- on the part of citizens who esteem themselves of the better class vill go further towards raising their political standard than any sudden reform movement Even reform movements are largely dependent for their success on the disgruntled and disaffected among the factions that split up a regular party The elimination of patrona e as a reward for political service should go hand in hand with the education of the mass of tilt voters and lastly partisan government should be kept in check by a virile active opposition and any failure to fulfill the expectations of tIle community should be visited at once upon the heads of the delinquent political party by sweeping them out of office at the next electron The prsss holds tine balance of power in all elections and a united pros is irresistible Unfortunately there are jealousies and rivalries among joprnalists as there ire among common mortals and the average citiien has a wholesome fear of becoming a candidate for office iter the opposition paper will attack his platform his principles and leave but a shred of his character behind The masses arc not yet leavened with aspirations for individual political independence and it remains for the intelligent conservative business and professional men of moderate means to constitute the bulwark of the citys strength and steadily to urge her political progress as they have urged her commercial progress The negro race will Mbcjudged in the futu- rejSmlS Llf tl r not so much by our WASHINGTONablht to ntnke abstract By BOOKER T arguments and to at tract attention to our oratory but by our efforts in constructive and progressive direction Jn the growth ofa race complaints condemnations and demands all have their elements of strength and helpfulness but any race makes a mistake which depends wholly upon these for success The first and most fundamental thing is to give more attention a a race to the public schools in the south The average negro child in the south is in school less than five months annually In one state in the south less than onefourth of the negro children attended any school a all year before last and that onefourth were in school fora period of only four months The schoolhouses in which many of our children arc taught arc not worthy of the name The negro race will never have again in this country such opportunities of securing land as it has today The price of land in every part of the country is gradually increasing If in the southern states espe cially we do not become land owners in this generation it will be more burdensome for the next generation to do so The time is not far off when the tide of foreign immigration will turn rapidly to the south and we shall be driven to the ragged edge so far as ownership of land is con caned if we do not profit by our present opportunities- We should strive to become in larger proportion a commercial an business race We should organize and operate more banks more stores own more farms and construct and own more and better houses A race is judged largely by the character of the houses it occupies fh negro should not only wear shoes but make and sell shoes The negro woman should not only wear attractive hats but make and sell hats I every center of negro population there should be a business league to encourage and lead our people in commercial and business directions While there is much discussion about the difficulties in the south it is true that the fields of commerce business industry and labor arc ope to us there as they are not perhaps in any other part of the country In proportion as we lay the foundations in these necessary directions we shall find our moral and church life strengthened and opportunities fo negroes to secure college and university training enhanced No race can succeed which is ashamed of itself I have never been prouder of belonging to the black race than I am today I am proud o our paste proud of our present and have unbounded faith in our future Ifa young man can save money bef- orejyaUtttg JClt fnotis married the prob iffl arc that he can iriabilitiesfty so afterwards men and By PROF J SCOTT CLARKYoung learn tUniversitywomenor Northwestern strike the happy me Iconugance that causes him to neglect to save There are young men who are spending the money of their fathers but are not cultivating habits of economy After they arc married they will save nothing for the future and when they arc dead their wives and children will become objects of public charity Such extravagance is dishonest It is dishonest for a man to neglect to provide for the members of his family so they will not be compelled to depend on charity after he is dead I read in the newspapers a few days ago of the daughter of a deceased naval officer who committed suicide because she did not have the money to maintain the social position to which she had become accus toured The real responsibility in this case rests with the father who while training his daughter jn certain social customs neglected to pro vide the money by which she could maintain her place in society after lit anwas gone THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson In the luUrnatlonnl Series for Juno 9 1004 Christs Trial Ecforo Pilate TilE LEIViUN TEXT Mkrk 18115 GOLDEN TEXT Then sold Plate to the chief prleua and lo the people find no fault In this man Luke rJ4 OUTLINE OlSeimTUllli SUCTION Foretelling Islets Fal1alatt26i1Foretelling Peters Fallafark 14tt31 Foretelling liters Fall Luke i2JlJS Jesus gonIall 6646 tlJesusAgonstark 11341 Agony 1MJ4S lit Ira111 and ArrtIatt MM7W Betrayal and ArrutIIark 1f4 J12 Betrayal and ArrestLukrw4743T- rial Before Jewish nlhorltlu Matt MKI710 Trial Uefore Jewish Authorities Mark 1li342 Trial Before Jewish Authorities Trial Before IIIteIall Luke 25fitI Trial Before llIatlnrkTrial Before 1llatmLuke 3145 TIME Early morning PLACE Tower or Antonia adjonlnt the temple NOTES AND COMMENTS In the morning the chief priests held a consultation An illegal trial had been going on before the Jewish au thetnight they were careful not to proI nounce lenience till after sunrise that its legality might not be questioned Lsen the sentence thus pronounced was Illegal for the law forbade passing a death sentence till the day alter the trial Furthermore their law forbade the trying of criminal cases on the day before the Sabbath This was Friday the day before the Jewlsa Sabbath Ili livered Him up to Pilate The Sanhc drln In the time of Christ had no power to Inflict the death penalty Their Ro man conquerors would not permit It sa their action was practically only a rec ommendatlon Pontius Illato bad been procurator of Judaea for four or five 1years at this time under commission Tiberius Caesar Head at this point John 172932 which shows that the chief priests tried to get Pilate to ratify Itholr action without looking Into tho Pilate would have nothing to do with surh procedure and Insisted tipona charge The Sanhcdrln had con demned Jesus for blasphemy but that Is not what they told the Roman gov ernor They told him that the charge was of conspiring ngalnst Home Ar thou the King of the Jews A plain question Guilty or not guilty Thou xayest Yea I am the King This was a summary of Jesus answer The full conversation In wjjlch lie ex plains to Pilate what lie means by belrc n King Is found in Johrt 1S33S8 After this Pilate pronounced Jesus not guilty Pilate was not a man wicked beyond any that have lived since lie bad pro nounced Jesus Innocent he wanted to have Him set at liberty Hut he did not enmitysdenying that they were still very powerful In Judaea It occurred to him that bytHerod the governor of Galilee hoI happened to bo In the city Herod was glad to lee Jesus for the Interview would bring him a new kind of diver fan Hut In that encounter Jesus was king and tiered clown Herod realized It and In chagrin sent Pilate In mock state but Read the account of Luke uncondemnel1I Luke 231310 tells of acquittal of Jesus Ho should have released Him but instead He takes an other step in the way of compromise will scourge Him to pacify them andI 1then release Him to pacify his own The priests would not hear to It The question had Anally como to this whetlfer be would save Jesus or itecase It was a trial of strength between chiefnpriests against him Uarrabas A notable prisoner Matt 271G who for a certain insurrection made In the city and for murder Luke 2919 was madenbrigand John 1840 Will ye that I release the King of the Jews An attempt to get the crown not the thatrJesus had a good deal of hold on the the common people and that that was ReadfwifeThe chief priests stirred up the mul tltude There are not words In the English language with which to ade quately characterize the spirit of these champions of orthodoxy and It need not be done But think of the state of re ligion In the land when such men were Its official leaders What then shall do unto the King of the Jews TherIare men no business to ask advice Conscience told Pilate what he ought to do with Jesus That should have been the end of It The words If thou release this man thou an not Caesars friend were j a threat and It was that that finally broke the opposition of Pilate BARBED ARROWS Vlrtuo for wage Is a first cousin to vice A man in the hand Is worth two by the ear Christian character cannot bo made Ina plaster cast Faith In things above gives force for things below One side of an argument is always lets than half of It Christ trrns the curse of labor IntoI the blessing of eerrlce When there Is room for all a woman love In the heart of a poodle no man DudI bt writ tit tot It Rams Horn r o O WHAT A LITTLE GIRL DID With Her Pall of Hot Coffee She Taught a Gang of Men a Valu able Temperance Lesson The city was putting water pipes through the street In front of a modern daughteicd In the process says a writer In Youths Companion The ground was grImIIhlrt3gang on duty were n hardworking hard er talking and exceedingly thirsty lot of men A little girl Hetty by name watched them from the house with absorbing attention It was cold autumn weather and their voices were sharp upon the still air One noon the child came to her mother In great distress They are passing a black bottle around and one man Is talking very thingsI you halt better keep away replied the molhrI quite sad and that for the poor man laying the water pipe A little before noon the next day she approached her mother tint idly What do you wish my dear Please do you think I may make 6JlN THEY HOfUIlT AND IHIANK some cotTrc fur the men mother I think they would like It Then the thought Hashed through the ladys mind Thoro ate many to sell them beer and none to sell them coffee Why there are nearly 30 of them the said aloud I dont think I can af ford lo give all of them coffee Oh mother exclaimed the disap pointed girl Well If you lire disappointed you have enough money In your bank said grocerImen at two cents a stun If they want at all they would rather pay for ITo thegrocers then tile child flew It aint any me said the grocery man promptly The men will have their Leer They wouldnt take coffee If you gave It to them I shant give It sold Hetty Im going to sell It And sell itshe did At first the rough men were greatly surprised at the girls teaming pall and her pretty businesslike manner but soon they bought and drank and deIwas ter than beer The girl peddleh soon had all she could do She took another girl as part ner the next play and was successful beyond her sanguine hopes The neigh borhood was all alive with Interest In the new venture but the most surprising thing of all was that the oaths and rude language were now seldom heard upon that street A new gentleman seemed to have been born in the spirit of these rough men Their foreman declared that for the time the little miss came he never had a better gang of laborers un der him He too had found It possible not to swear at his men Hut too soon the men passed on up the servethemIn an eastern town recalls the fact that we by thoughtfulness and attention can benefitingIindifference that It In not done Shingling His Own Roof Chaplain McCabe tells the story of a drinking man who being in a saloon late at night heard the wife of the saloon keeper say to her husband Send that fellow horro Its late No never mind replied the husband ho la shingling our house U8I Idea lodge In the mind of the drunkard and ho did not return to the saloon for six months When pass ing this saloon keeper In the street the latter said Why dont you como around to my place any more Thank you for your hospitality replied the former victim Ive been shingling my own roof lately The Montana local option bill has been declared constitutional by the supreme court 4 PLEA FOR TOTALASSTINENCEf No OtherAttitudeTowardatheLlquorQuestion or Sane What Is the fundamental principle of the temperance reform Is It nut that alcohol Is the most insidious and tho most destructive of all poisons Winu Is a mocker Insidious atrong drink raging a fierce destroyer Such Islts description In that most discriminating of all books tho lllble The experience vt and inventions of men confirm the testimony Other drugs and poisons have each sonic ono peculiar effect upon the human ncs on lhonervyimaginationrto Idle dreams and destroys the whole man by the Indolence and lethargy superinduced through that action Irui sic acid and some of the mercurial poisons seize on tho vital fluids on some more on others leLand curdle nail corrode them through a brief and mortal agony Arsenic nux verities and others act on the stomach in different frays and produce death or great Injury Tho poison of the rntttcMiakfi or the slaver of the mad dog may be swallowed without harm but Is fatal on the broken skin Some drugs stimulate the animal properties to more than brutal excess some blotch time skin and others rot the bones Hut It Is reserved for alcohol to perform at onco almost all the functions of other poisons destroying man an a passive and helplcs victim and test and worst of sill to make him an active and fearful agent In the ruin or misery of all around him Not only Is his own body destroyed and his own progeny polluted by the bad blood ho transmits to them but his soul Is demonized the fountain of natural Affections Is sealed Iii or Its pure streams turned into tho waves of the burning lake ro that ho spurns his loving wife loathes his swell children and curses his weeping moth er Now what other potion dOM all this And when does alcohol rAil of such tendencies And how often do its Infinitely surpass all s IlnJlUenttlllIrIIU If the forego trueIf they are but very partially true ithould not every moral sua lve and every righteous legal power bf employed to put away this poison from every human life asks Samuel Aaron In National Advocate How ran nay wnslblo man maintain tile moderate use of such an article on the same ground that he dots that of wholesome DAd needful food DOM the UfO of food tern at all to make n devil t Dots the moderate use of It tend infallibly to gluttony Aleohollr polseas cause Intense bodily suffering Infatuate the mind tickle the nerves and excite time brats Our object definite most distinctly marked to put these potaun entirely out of ae The true remedy is voluntary total abstinence AN EXPENSIVE EVIL m Business Men Coming to See That Intemperance b Costly for the In dividual and the Government Slowly lint surely sensible business men are discovering the fact which religious papers and temperance advocates have so often asserted that for every dollar received from saloon taxes the saloon makes necessary tho expenditure of two dollars An mall annpolla paper recently called atton tion to the fact that the penal andw j reformatory Institutions of Indiana cost during ttu previous fiscal year no less an amount than f 378804 This li but one comparatively small part of the expense caused by time 4S0 sa loons In Indians which paid only 1485000 to state school funds while the police stations of Indianapolis alone vat J38I30 In cddltlon to whlch there was an expense In the year 1902 for time citys portion of the maintenance of the jail poorhouse workhouse nnd criminal courts of JCI 734 Ono Indiana city paid for time ray ages chiefly caused by the saloons SOy oral thousands more than the entire amount paid by saloons to time school fund It Is safe to say that If there were no open saloons In Indianapolis the expenses for the detection and punishment of crime and the care of those impoverished by saloons would be decreased by at least 75 per cent i Baptist Standard PROGRESS OF REFORM Y No saloon for the city meant good trade In tho stores and thrift among the people National Advocate Ucut Tllloy U 8 N governor of the province of Tutulla In the Samoan Islands has excluded intoxicants from the province Countess Adeline Schlmmclmann has opened In Kiel Germany the first antialcoholic home on strictly Chris tian lines as her own private enter prise By special protection of the 1thoHorn of PlentyA whisky manufac turer had among his brands one called the Horn of Plenty on which a temperance poet wrote the following lined painlIcntyPlenty of broken hearts hope doomed anti IIenlA movement inaugurated by physi clans Is now on foot for the adoption jrof tho educational method against drink The Council of tho British Medical association through n com mittee of Its members has asked every registered physician In England Scotland Ireland and Wales to sign with them n petition for tho com JInctullingthe nature of and effects of alcobol on the body and mind It Is recog jInIng habix through education of UM rising generation i1 fJ U I 1 THE COTTON BOLL WEEVIL J progreaInate the Pest Tho United Slates census report recently Issued gives some startling UK tires as to the great damage done to the cotton Industry In the last j ear through the ravages of the boll weevil There purl gives the total crop as 10045CH bales of a COOpound standard This Is about 800000 bales leas than produced last year Tho total loss to tho state of Texas up to date Is about 125000000 During tho summer of 1894 planters along the Rio Grande and southwestern Texas discovered In their cotton fields the presence of a small grayish long noted armorclad beetle about tho T1IK COTTON 1IOM WKKV1U size of a common houno fly The state and the planters were at a lots to dele effective means to drive away the In wader Tho department of agriculture fame to tho BFslttance of the planter and rent special Held agents from the dl vision of cntomnlopy to make careful Investigations of this enemy and In voder and to devise plans for Ita ex termination Since then these cclcntltt have waged rclcntlcrs warfare upon the weevil and made mont exhaustive prac Ural experiments to wipe out the Insect and have been partly successful Recognizing the seriousness of this port con Frets has Just appropriated J250000 to further aid In exterminating the weevil The adult weevil averages about one fourth of an Inch in length anti has II beak about half the length of the body It Is of a grayish or reddlih brown color The Insect exists In four ptagtseggs larvae pupa and adult All the stage except tho last occur Inside of the cot ton square or boll The erg Is deposited by the female weevil In a cavity formed by eating Into the fruit of the plant It hatches under norms conditions Into or three day and the grub Imme dlately begins to reed In from seen to twoivedaysthe larva or grub parses Into tho pupa or quiet stage corresponding to the cocoon or the silkworm This tale lasts from three to five days Then tho adult weevil Isruoi and Jn about seven dayi begins the production of another gen cratlon Climatic conditions cause con Idcrable variation but on an average It requires from two to three weeks for a weevil to develop from the epg to the L ltyadull JIN THUNDERSTORM SEASON What Spots to Avoid In Order to De Reasonably Sate from the Ef- fectst of Lightning The Philadelphia Ixlger gives this excellent advice Now that the sea son of thunderstorms Is approaching people should understand what spots to avoid In order to reduce to tho minimum the chances of being struck by lightning Outofdoors trees should bo avoided and It from tho ra pidity with which the explosion fol lows tho flash It Is evident that elec tric clouds are near at hand a recum bent posture Is the safest It la seldom dangerous to take shelter under sheds carts or low buildings or un der the arch of a bridge and a dis tanco of 2o or 30 feet from tall trees or houses Is an eligible situation for should a discharge take place these elevated bodies are most likely to re celvo t Is well also to avoid water for It Is a good conductor and the height of a human being near the stream may determine the direction of a discharge Within doors we are tolerably safe la the middle of a carpeted room or when standing on a thick hearth rug The chimney should be avoided oa account of the conducting power of the carbon deposited In It and gilt moldings or bell wires are sources of risk In bed we are tolerably safe since blankets and feathers are bad conductors It Is Injudicious to take refuge In a cellar because the ell charge Is often from the earth to a cloud snit tho buildings frequently sustain the greatest Injury In their basements Agriculture in the Schools Tho Idea of teaching agriculture In jrlmary schools Is growing steadily Jcsplte wellintentioned but really rI groundless opposition The greatest stumbling block has been Ignorance t of teachers concerning scientific agrl Corf4few of the general principles of crop Anyone It ho makes up his mind can fit himself for teaching bow to prepare soil for planting and cultivate a few of our leading farm crops Agricultural papers agrlcul tural books nature study literature ire within the reach of every teacher Of course consolidation of country schools will render the teaching of agriculture comparatively easy but until this Is accomplished much can be dPfl American Agrfouturlsti INCREASING THE PROFITS It Can Be Done by Giving the hogs More Range and Free Access 4o Pastures A very common practice and yet a very Injurious practice among farmers Is to confine their swine In close pens not allowing thorn freo range and a change of atmosphere Tho original hog had the freedom of the wood where he could dig for roots and obtain other things possessing medicinal qualities consequently ho was much healthier and less llahlo to cholera and other contagious diseases All animals like a change of diet This they can get when allowed a large pasture to roam over as there will be found there so many kinds of weeds that they will relish which will greatly Improve the appetite Notice the difference betwcccn two bunches of hogs one which has been closely canI fined the other which has had plenty of range and change of steeping an jmrtraents You will readily notice the difference In appearance health growth etc Another very poor prac the Is to allow hogs to sleep on piles of manure or around old straw stacks and when allowed to do this era long the hogs will show the effects of such a poor practice as some will show signs of poor health and also stunted condition from over heating and over laying Grain being more costly than the grosses It Is therefore a point In economy to gain as many pounds as possible by the use of grass It has been well said that variety Is tho spice of life This II as true of tho life of animals s of man Dont feed those pigs so much grain give them such food as will bo conducive of more growth nail less flesh Prepare a pas taro ctiwclally adapted to tho needs and wants of the piss such as clover peas rape etc and you will have stronger and better hogs Hogs weighing about 200 pounds well fat tened are bringing the top of the mar ket now The largo coarse hog Is no longer In such demand this works a great saving to the producers as It Is possible to make market toppers In six to nine months so that It Is not neces nary to winter anything but tho brood sows spring plgi bring marketed In the fall In this way too they can be matured at much less cost than those that have to bn wintered before fattening Think It a better plan to glvo wen those hops that are on full feed a chance to roam some as they will not to do this It water Is handy to the feed pen Agricultural ICpltomlst ENSILAGE FOR DAIRY COWS One Cubic Foot of Silo Space Should De Provided for Each An imal Per Day There Is no longer any question about tho value of the silo and adage for dairy cows Tho testimony In bo halt of this is unanimous and very conclusive where ullage Is fed to tho cows Hero are some practical refer ences to the construction of the silo and quantity of the silage by Prof Thomas K Hunt of the Ohio Stale University and Agricultural College One cubic foot of silo space should be provided for each cow per day To obtain the size of silo required multiply thin number of cows to be fed by tho number of days It Is desired to feed ensilage and the result will bo the cu bic contents of the silo required Silos should never bo less than 20 set deep and 30 feet Is very much bettn The ensilage should always bo fed off the top keeping not more than eight square feet of surface for each cow fed and five square feet Is better It Is sometimes moro economical to get this relationship by Increasing the size of tho herd than by reducing tho size of the silo The amount of weight by en silage that a silo will hold depends upon several factors al the size and shape of silo and the ripeness of tho corn used but In general the number of pounds of ensilage a silo will bold can be determined by multiplying the cubic contents of the silo by 30 A ton of ensilage will thus fill 60 cubic feet Tho number of tons of ensilage which can be grown per acre Is a mat ter upon which there Is much difference of opinion My experience leads me to believe that 12 tons of ensilage pr aero Is a fair average yield of properly ripened ensUage A HOGTIGHT WIRE FENCE It Ia So Constructed That Horses and Cattle Are Not Apt to San Into It A barbed wire fence that will turn hop is shows In the accompanying IN lustration and la Beltexplanatory The PANEL FOR IIOaTlGUT FENCE rail or scantling near the top Is used for two purpose Horses and cattle can wee It easily and are not apt to be damaged by running Into the fence It serves as a brace and the wlrearo more easily kept taut than when It Is omitted a most Important Item In a bog fence made of barbed wire Orange Judd Farmer Dont pane final Judgment on a kltb spirited horse fresh from the stable or oat thoroughly tired out BATTLE AT KIN CHI The Japanese Loss Estimated at 0500 Killed Stronghold Was Captured and There Is Little Now to Hinder Japanese Advance on Port Arthur Which Has Begun Toklo May 30rhe details of tho fighting at Kin Chou emphasize the heroic tenacity of the Japanese in their conduct at Nanshan Nine sue connive times tho Japanese charged tho fortified heights In the face of a storm of death dealing missiles and In their last effort they carried the forts and trenches only after a bayonet to bayonet conflict with the who made desperate despairing gle to heat back tho oncoming strugII The final assault of the which they at last succeeded In possession was marked by the most desperate hand to hand encounter that WtrThotire action until night was exposed to an enfilading fire from tho Russian Infantry a gunboat on Tallenwan bay and four 9centlmetre guns posted at Tnfcngchcn At a critical moment tho Ammunition of tho artillery ran low and It waa decided to cast tho remaining ammunition Into one final desperate assault Fortunately however at the moment this decision wan reached the Japan ese squadron In Kin Cbou bay which had ceased bombarding when the in Tantry had first moved forward suddenly resumed the shelling of Nan shan Then It was that the Issues of thin day were determined at a moment when tho outcome was fluttering be tween success and defeat for Japan Rtthnt moment was an almost certain repulse converted Into victory so sue cessful that tho forces of tho czar were swept Into contusion and disor derly retreat With every Japanese gun centering Its fire upon the Nan shan forts and trenches the Japanese Infantry sprang over the bodies of tho dead comrades wiio had sacrificed their lives In the previous fruitless charges The entire pine rushed for ward toward the Hussion left where the fire of the Japanese squadron had proved most deadly and which was the first to weaken under the death dealing bombardment And It was there that the first breach was made In the human stonewall that all day had been an Invincible barrier to the impetuous assault of the brown men It was the fourth division of the Osaka men that stormed the Russian 110ft It haft once beau said that Osaka noon were not brave It will never biT said again The first division of Toklo which bad the center and the third division of Nagoya occupying the left and which had becq exposed all day to tho Russian fire against the front flank now followed the example of the Osa ka men and rushed forward and the battle became transformed from an nrtlllory duel into one of personal con- flIct with the bayonet as the Instru ment of warfare On every parapet the restless deathdefying Japanese surged forward In increasing numbers and hustling the Russians from their Intrcnchmcnts swept over the hill At 730 oclock as tho sun was sink Ing beneath the horizon the flag of tho land of the Rising Sun floated above the blood sodden Nanshan hill while the shouts of Banzai swelled from hill to hill and reechoed from squad ton to fort The Japanese paid for their victory In 3500 killed and wounded To tho Russians humiliation of defeat was intensified by the loss of 68 cannon and 10 machine guns while lying dead Iin the fort and trenches were men victims of tho accuracy of Japan eso long distance marksmanship and of close range fighting Work of Wire Tappers Hot Springs Ark May 27As are stilt of tho work of wire tappers Wednesday the Illinois one of 4he largest poolrooms In Hot Springs has sus pended operations and the management assigns as a reason that it Is un willing to take chances under the present method of gathering and dissemi nating racing news The total amount lost by the rooms Is 15000 Salaries of All Cut New York May 28A remarkable departure In cutting wages has been made by the head of an electrical equipment concern of New Jersey which notified Its 1200 employes that nil wages In the company had been cut ten per cent The cut begins with the president and extends without ex ceptlon to the lowest priced em ploye The Illinois Ready For Service Washington May 28The navy department has been Informed of the completion of tho repairs to the battleship Illinois and of her readiness fo Immediate sea service The Illinois was badly damaged in a recent col Jillion Solemn Religious and Military Service Toklo May lOA solemn religious and military service In honor of 15 offi cers residents of Toklo whp were lost at tho time of the disasters to the bat tleship Hatsuso and the protected cruiser Yoshino were held hero Sun day Naval Guns at Nanshan Cho Foo May 30 Chinese from Dalny say that tho Russians had 26 naval guns at Nanshan and also that many guns from the Port Arthur fleet had ben placid in the land batter las NECESSARY EXPENDITURES FOR ONE TERM xa Weeks SCHOOL EXIENBESdu lint day of term College AesiA Balee Nodal IM Nona normal Bahooli A Orall- llcldn1al Fr IM 110 fM 100 fropllalayes IS I U Itlmalell U IU ifs rd Total ullool Izpelllurt IM 100 400 For piano nelpbr aid other MtniIpecia LIVING IXPBR SESBMll diets a4aaw b oath Room tent tjr terra Beard room fuel and ltht 121 for tall and spring n7i a w eall l7Mor winter time IJCC week Bard In the Tlllijt allowed la ipprovtd t 1acet Tirle In price according U OlDmo- tallon furnltbed- Adjlog thru lltlni tspenita Icbool apenwt vri end be pail till list car Includlnf tbtll depoilt ITo lili Department 12020 Arademr and Normal IIBM Applied Selene Normal ind OrammiirflTa Model School 11130 la winter 1181 mole for each No student can b palILatin Normal l2s Applied Science Normal and Grammar Mod Schools zs In winter three dollars more for each students p7lnc board and room rent la full Ice a term at the beginning realm a discount of Shy renta Student duly ezcuied before the end of a term resign back an equitable portion of the Bone they hate advanced SPECIAL EXPENSES Piano Vocal or Special Theory I14 lessor bour class of three fOS Organ Violin etc u ItitnLi data of three 600 Stenography or Typewriting per term 400 1tau worn l0 Harmony 100 Use of Plann or Typewriter U br a day 1M tin of t a a 00 Rent orfnlc Libra per term U Cbemlcal lebcetoryaccording to material and breakage aooul 701- Inyticrl and lIhrlllCOplal tiboraiortes r term 100 hterltliln drawtrur term 60 kiaralcaton except on appointed dais U OradJillou rawthdegreewttbdiploma 101 r promptly obtain vnU B vvand Foreign pLoto01inscntlnnforfreerepnrton IlIotoSecun Patcnti and I RADE MARKSlIe BLANK out Berea College l Founded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 29 States Largest College Library Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for young mM and Domestic Science for young Ladle 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among State tatthrati0 IIMR k o 2tS3 ITHECITIZEN THE SNELL MURDER The Alleged Slayer of the Chic ago Millionaire Dies in the Alaskan Wilderness TASCOTT THE LONG SOUGHT MAN At One Time Rewards Apprcffatiuff About 820000 Was Offered For the Fugitives Apprehension He Was Tortured to Death By Think ing of His Life and Belief That ofIChicago Juno 1A special tram Victoria D C says If the voluntary declaration of a dying man is to be believed finis has been written to tho historic Snoll tragedy of 1C years ago and Toscott the longsought murderer selfIdentified has paid tho penalty of his crime with penitence and now fills an unmarked grave In tho heart of th Alaskan wilderness whither he ha fled for the effacement of his Individ ualltyPhjllp Robertson a strictly reliable man prospector and miner received tho dying mans confession and tells the story simply and dramatically Robertson left tho Klondike capital late last fall in a small boat bound for the now placer grounds at Fairbanks lie reached a point near Dahl river In a particularly desolate and forbidding region when the forlorn walling of a dog surprised his ears He found tho dog a halfstarved shepherd seeming ly in much distress Following this animal Robertson was brought to a seemingly deserted cabin some 400 yards above tho river concealed In a clump of spruce- I ventured to the door of tho shacl and knocked says Robertson and there was a feeble come In All was darkness Inside and thero was no sign of a fire I caught sight of a bit ot candle which I lighted and then ad vanced to whero a man lay With a feeble effort ho turned and stared at me for a full minute Then he said Are you an officer No I said I am a miner and If there Is anything I can do for you I want to do It I soon had a fire going and again approached the bed The mans hair was white as snow his face had a livid color In It that looked like death and bo had the most terrified and hopeless expression I have ever seen on a human being Im Going Where Belong Partner ho said finally rolllna over on his side and little more than whispering Im leaving a world that I did not appreciate Im going to where I belong He lapsed Into silence again and what I thought was a sleep came over him Two hours passed and he sud denly wakened with a shriek and then sank back In bed In a few minutes he gavo another wild scream and straightened up In bed Then In a voice you would think came from a I good strong man he said See here boys my name Is Toe cott Im Tascott Do you understand Im Tascott that theyve been hunting like a wolf for years I can not run any more Im getting paid for what I did I know Im dying and I know where Ill go Tell the boys when they como back that I am Tascott and you can tell the world too for tho world has hunted me a long time About 3 in the morning I heard a noise like a man expelling all the airI from his lungs I rushed over to the bed and felt the mans pulse and heart He was dead I have never told about this until now but that dead man asked me to make his story public and so I do so I solemnly believe that he was tortur ed to death by thinking of his own lifs and tho belief that ho was always the object ot pursuit and I assuredly bOoI lieve he told the truth in saying heI was Tascott Story of the Crime Chicago June 1Amos J SnoH wealthy holder of much property on the west side of Chicago was murdered at his home In Washington boulevard on the night of February 8 1888 and robbery was declared to be the motive although by many It then was and still is believed that tho burglary was concocted However after many arrests the police hit upon the W1I lie Tascott clew Tascott had been an elevator boy at the Palmor house It was represented that ho bad been em ployed by day and committed rob berics at night Heavy rewardsone for 10000swhich was subsoquenUy raised 000 were offered for Tascott and for two or throe years Tascott was turn Ing up dead or alive in all puts of North and South America Eventually Mrs Snell withdrew the reward for Tascott quarrels civil finite and other scandals followed among members of the family and today tho Snell millions are supposed to havo been dissipated in part and passed InJto other hands Well Known Flnanclar DeadFMilwaukee WIs June JohnJohnston one ot tho best known flnan clcrs of tho west and vice president and acting head ot tho Marino national bank of this city died early Wednesday morning nIter an Illness of ft weeks duration Soldiers Fatal Fight Crawford Neb Tune 1 Private oftTrooqPr X HHHHMI zJ Iu lr+ I I + + +11 I H Ir HI1HI Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES H1IlHHllHIHlIIH H I HH If I 11 I+IIIH1tI1Ith Mrs Bottio Wilson of London visiting Mrs Sallie Burns hero this weekMisses Dooley and Hilda Welch have returned from school at Lexing ton Ky- Caleb Cope of Livingston is hert- luiH week visiting his daughter blis Minerva Little Ida lior man and Grand mother spent Saturday fold Sunday with friends in Kingston Miss Eva Duncan who has leon in Winchester since last August has re turned homo for a vacation Mrs Pat Kearns and children of Winchester are visiting her parents Mr mId Mrs L C Duncan here this week Walter Hill wh01111s been employ fivednight The Baptist church and Sunday school picnic at Slato Lick Saturday passed oil very pleasantly with goodly attendance The Berea Banking Co has had printed a little booklet entitled Banking made Plain which treats of what a bank is what it does mud how to deal with a hank A copy can bo had at the bank for the asking Seventyfive pupils unit patrons ol the High Point subscription school near Paint Lick enjoyed n picnic at Slato Lick on last Friday Miss Bettio Francis taught time school which has been very successful W B Baker and wife and James Baker of Dreyfus James Brewer and Mr Peters of Climax waif Win Coylo and wife were entertained Monday night hero at time homo of Mr and Mrs S Q Lainhart Mrs Lainlmrt and Mrs Baker aro sisters Tho trustees of the public schools met hero Tuesday night mid elected time following teachers for next year W J Blanton grammar school and Miss M Etta Guy primary Tho present trustees are J L Ambrose G W Shockley and It E Robinson Mr G W Treadway of Levi Owsley County has just closed n deal by which ho becomes owner of a IOU acre farm near Paint Lick formerly owned by Mr G B Laud Tho purchase prico is given as 7500and possession is to be given Jan 1st Tho colored baseball team has made the assertion several times thisI season that they can beat tho varsity team They will have tho oppor Utility to prove that assertion next Saturday afternoon at 800 oclock if they can Lost gamo of the season Proceeds go to Athletic Associa thou Admission 15c G E Porter who is in tho drug business at Hen wick Iowa and R B Porter banker at Canoyville Grayson County ICJ were the guests last week of their brother W II Porter here All three left thisI week on n hunting mid fishing ex turmoil to bo followed by a family reunion at Canoyville Harvey Ramsay and Isom Smith figured as pitcher and catcher re cently for tho Flat River Mo baseball team in nn exciting 10 lining gamo against tho St Genevieve team in tho presence of 25 10 people Flat River winning out by a score of 7 to 5 mid giving St Genevieve their first defeat of tho season Ramsay al lowed but one hit ofT his delivery Both boys hope tq bo in school lucre again next year Memorial Day The memorial day services Mon day were among tho most impressive and satisfactory ever hold hero Tho attendance at all the sessions was unusually largo taxingoven tho ca pacity of tho Tabernacle Tho College baudwas in flume trim and played with a spirit and expression which showed they felt their music Tho Club fife and drum edge added o much that it is ditlicult to see how wo over got along without them Tho exercises in tho wonting con sisted of essays mull recitations by pupils in tho Model Schools and songs and class exorcises by tho various grades Tho song entitled Undo Sam und Liberty by Miss Haagens school in connection with II M hacor mind Miss Leonora ones appropriately costumed layer Bonated Uncle Sam and Liberty re spectively was received with great applause Time Hoop Drill by tho girls of Miss Raymonds school and tho Military Drill by tho boys of Mr Gabbards school wero also greatly enjoyed In tho procession to the cemetery woro a largo mimlwr orold soldiers headed by tho Baud followed by the pupils of tho schools and the citizens heeded by the fife and- y j ff drum corps At tho cemetery 22 graves of departed comrades were decorated with impressive cero monies III tho afternoon session it tvu shown that tho authorities made no Ryr ns subject Tho Flag ho held tho alien lieu ofmix audience perfectly in a latriotismopinion is that it Vas one of tho l ett speeches overheard iu Berea During the afternoon Mrs J J Brannnmii in lchalf of herself and brother J W Stephens presented to tho Post a line picture of her uncle Capt mimics West whoso name tho Post meats at the samo time giving a brief sketch of his life Prof Dodge in behalf of tho Post resjwnded in appropriate speech By request tho sung Uncle Sam and Liberty was repented Tim quartette also did excellent service louclmiuutg Spt JU +11ttltEtlIt i College Items HERE AND THERE I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I+H W B Boatty Class of 01 and a recent graduate of the Dental Col logo of Howard University is tho guest of friends hero and will re main until after Commencement Mr and Mrs P S Black have finished their school nt Calhoun Ky and are now located in Chicago for the summer They took in the Worlds Fair enrontu Mr Black Wits a graduate front tho formal Department last year Roy P Dodohllst son of former Treasurer P D Dodge died at his home in Tallmadge Ohio Sunday May 20th at the ago of 27 The deceased was foruerlya Hindilit hero Ho hud been nn invalid for several years and for a long time before his death could not walk without crutches Time annual meeting of tho Athletic Association was held in Phil Delta Hall yesterday afternoon at one oclockwith n practically full attend ance of meml ers Time following ollicers wcro elected for 10015 President V M Lixengoodj Vice President HI Racer Treasurer A E Percy Field Marshal Andrew M Ross Clerk O M Simpson Foot ball manager Goo Pow Haw ball manager J It Young Field day manager II II Clark Rev W D Smith had tho honor of preaching the memorial sermon Sunday at Wood River Neb whero ho is now pastor of time M E church The Wood River Interests has this to say concerning his first Sunday in Wood River Rev Smith tho now pastor of the M B church occupied the M veryfavorableishonera His remarks and sermon wero well timed mind appropriate to tho occasion Field Day Tho Field day events of Berea College occurred last Thursday on the Campus While tho place was not ideal yet it had tho advantage of being close nt hand It is moped that a quarter milo track can lx built on yearClarkwest point making a total of 30 points First cowls 5 second 3 and third 1 Time following is a summary of events50yd dash Hinman first Wheel er second Ernst third Time 5 45 sec Running high jump Hinman first Leahy second Hatch third Height 5 ft 4 in 220yd low hurdle Wheeler first Stratton second Percy third Time 35 45 sec- lfuunmiug hroad jump Leahy first Hinman second Hatch third Dis tance 178 ft Standing broad jump Hiuinnn first Leahy second latch third Distance 058 ft 100yd dash Hinman first Burnsido second Ernst third Time 10 45 Standing high jump Hinman first Becktell second Leahy third Distance 4 ft 4 in Shot put IIi first Pestle wait second Ernst third Distance 3125 ft- 440yd dash Ernst first Hatch second Wheeler third Time 50 25 sec J Polo vault Norman Frost first Percy second Hinman third Height 7 rt1 in- Half mile run Lengfellner first Leahy second Wheeler third Time 2 min 23 25 sec Mile relay race Hatch Ernst Leahy mill Hinman defeated Stratton Lengfellner Oerdes and Wheeler Time 4 min 28 1rRec 220yd dash Hinman first lien der second Ernst third Tine 23 run Longfollnor first Burn sides second Time 5 min 10 I5- Sec BEREA STUDENTS WILL IE MADE SECURE AGAINST THE DAY LAW At Chncl last Sunday night Pros ident Frost made a brief statement regarding tho new law against tho attendance of white cool colored students at time same institution There lnvn some delay ih tho first legal steps for setting time law aside HI that wo could not make full annqimcoments till niter Commence meat U was feared that during the summer enemies of tho school might circulate rumors which would niakf our students fear to return The President gave nssunuicu that the best legal advice was taken and that tho Institution would safeguard and protect all its students Iu case there shall IHJ time slightest doubt ro giirdingan injunction which will make punvisionsstudents so as to avoid the penalties proillioIlRbecause they are fewer not because tho College cares for them less than for tho others fwd theywill bo well provided for Time conduct ofmull tho penal students under thin trying attack has been most gratifying flue Divine Providence which has IllJ and sums tained time Institution for nearly half a centuryand which has lees HO clearly manifested tho present year may lw relied on in all future emer crocks Cornerstone Laying for the New Chapel- Commencement Day will Imo n feature of unusual interest in the lay hug of the cornerstone of tho new Chapel whichwill occur nt noon Under the cornerstone will be placed a copper box containing items which wo imagine our descend ants will bo interested in when the Chapelnumy bo overthrown by an earthquake a thousand years hence The lox will probably contain a copy of tho last catalogue THE CITIZEN and the Historical Sketch of Heron College KENTUCKY DAY JUNE I5TH Tho Old Commonwealth Promises to Set a Now Standard For Worlds Fair Days Tho Kentucky Commission for tho Louisiana Purchase Exposition lens Dmmyfromparations to make the day ono memorable in the history of tho St Louis Worlds Fair are now on No printed invitations are to loscnt into Kentucky Every Keiituckian from no matter what walk of life is cor dially invited to be Tho Kentucky Press Association will hold its annual meeting on Ken tacky Day at tho Kentucky Building on the Expo sitiou grounds While the programme is not com photo enough is known to announce that it will bo toll of interesting events Tho Kentucky Building to wear a galls attire mill brass band music from tho outside and a string orchestra trout tho inside will give to the New Kentucky Home nn attractive torso At two oclock tho regular exercises will begin iu Fes oral Hall consisting or addresses by prominent Kentuckiatis aunt oxKen tuckians After the ceremonies n recital on the big pipe organ will take place At night in tho Ken tucky Building there will be a recep lion from 8 to 11 oclock iliA that come from Summer Meat A mother need not fear lo AIIJIIlledNo DigoetionRegulates 25 coma at Druggists or mail 25 cents to Dr C J Moffolt SU Louis Ho Will You Colobrate The Fourth of July If no be sure to have a bottle of Parncumph handy You will need it for a Burn Cut or Bruise because it heals quicker and better than any other known remedy Prevents Blood Poisoning relieves pain instantly and heals with out leaving ugly scars CLEAN OLD NEWSPAPERSA large bundle for 5 cents at the Printing Office o Letter QC FARMERS f We want live fat Poultry Eggs Hides and We pay cash C F GOTT CO Hiicwwors in IWrc Irudiire Company Depot Si root Boron Ky The u International Bible SeriesIs TNe LARGEST LINE OF SELFPRONOUNCING BIBLES IN THE WORLD TWIT RCNOWNID rot IMtIR CLEAR PIUNTSCHOLARLY HELPS SUPERIOR BINDINGS ted Testament DDRESS CROPS Feathers highest prices DO YOU NEED A BIBLE 1 Then eadler nil Trench Morocco Dlvlalty Clrtilt bud Contra Red Under Galt totes SILK SEWED Large Tytt Mtalau S SELFPRONOUNCINGTEACHERS COQTill Ci mblB tlo Concartaict tillMot Satlifacury la xlilnct IllutritUii Maps U colon mid till ant COMrLXTZ BILlS TO TBK STUDY OF TIE BIBLE glliTrtaled THE l C CITIZENI A Good- Place To Trade Dry Salt Side Mat lie Dry Salt Backs GJc Meal Gee Zaring Patent Flour We This is not all Phono 40 A P SETTLE JR Depot St Baton Ky C M Mullins B F Goforth The New Grocers Wo have an entirely Now Stock of Groceries which is a guarantee of tho FRESHNESS of our goods Our Line is Complete Try our fine Breakfast Bacon D M Seeds grow Wo sell thorn Good Coal Oil Ittc per gallon Goods delivered at 10 a m and tt pm Phone TO Mullins Goforth Main Street Berea Ky Price Only f15f I1111 ISame stele- Faraisked wok Pa teat ThiBblaltx for JOcti AldltUaal Price only 85 cisIBEREA Ferrys THE CITIZENS CLASSIFIED AD COLUMN WANTED PUKCHASEH for an extra Roost sad till now for two timinle tbs cost prico Inqulor Treasurer Oitlxirno ANYONE WISHING TO SELL pewter or iron grease lamp please seo Mrs Frank clays on Jackson street Meets YOUNO MEN WHO DESIRE TO earn their education can secure work on tho College farm or brick Yllnl Write to Secretary Will C Gamble before coming but write at once WHO WANTS BIG CROlSI limo College Farm Department Prof Mason ran a quantity of tho Buckeye Fertilizer which mauls such tall good corn anil other crops the past season For prieD etc apply soon FOR SALE IMPROVED FARM of 153 acres two miles south of Bores Call on or writo J II Preston Boron Ky FIRST CLASS BUILDING mUCK on hand11e also have imam burnt brick amid bats for cis terns at very low prico Bores College Brick yard- BICYCLE ready for instant use all bearings and nickeled parts good as now gear 100 weight 20 pounds printIngollic ooooooooooooooeoeoeooeoeoooooeooe 0 I Ohio College ofDental Surgery I oo 0 Department of Dintistry University of Cincinnatio e oto 0o o This Collego was organized In 1815 and the f9lu Annual See Dijon begins about October 1st 1904 This is tho first Dental 0- S College established in tho Wost It is co educational and has a 0 teaching corps of twenty instructors Ita buildings are modern ando j welladapted to the requirements of modern dental education and o g its clinics aro unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses in g clinical instruction are also given For further information and o oO0 i H A SMITH D D S Dean iHO Garfiold Place Cincinnati Ohio 0o eoeoeoeoeooeoeooooeoooeoeoeoooeoooeo I GOOD Result only from GOOD SEEDS I II u Millet justreceivedLime and Oement HARBER and HUGUELY Main Street Richmond Ky j z n 1rm R4C 44Pr4tiFC 4t CctCCCiCC IC 1 F4C4444CFFFF4CFF444p ILQC a STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST fi J v I lI r KENTUCKYTENNESSEE FIELD A DIn Increase In the Output of Oil li Reported Lexington May 30Tito Kentucky Tennessee Held shows 11 completions during thq week with a now produc lion placed at 300 barrels Tho best I Strike was made In Wayne county In tho Sllckford division and shows up for 100 barrels dally Six other strikes wero mado In Wayne county Knox county shows two completions and Cuinborlanil county one In the upper developments a 20lmr rol strike was mado In Kstlll county and n small producer camo In In tho Hathltnwun dhl lon Work In tho latt tar fluid is almost at a standstill antI tho production has greatly talon alT- A recent strike In Tennessee Is at trading renewed Interest toward the development of that state The runs from tho KentuckyTonnes see sold for May will exceed those of April by over 30000 barrels print pally tho production of tho lower field In which somo big producers were drilled In during tho earlier part of tho month HER WEDDING TROUSSEAU Strapped to Her flack She Left Wolfe County to Be Married Lexington Ky May 8Wlth her wedding trousseau stropped across her hack Jules Dom Jalley the 1Iycnrold- dauJhhr of Samuel Halley a prom bent merchant of Campion Wolfe county rodo a distance of II mile s tuiriobick to PlnraMlu whoro by pointment she met Hlchard C illde n farmtr living In tho some county and together they wont to Jefferson vlllo Ind pawing through this city Friday night Tli young girls par only had objected to the marriage Mho had packed her valise the day ttoforo and hid It In tho woods Fri day tho sauntered out of the house and saddled a horse saying she wns just going for a short ride She picked titi her trousseau and made the best pros plbto time to the trystlng plaro They wero married In Jeffersonvllli SIXTYYEAROLD WOMAN She Is Now Cutting Her Third Set of Teeth OwlngBvlllc Ky May 30Sixty yearold Miss Maria Williamson nf this town Is attracting much attention because of a third set of teeth she li cutting Two teeth have already made their appearance Sho lost her set not of teeth several years 030 Iand has since used rube ones Recently on adjusting tho plato mu found that the new teeth Interfered with the plato Her grandfather wno died many years ago cut a third set of teeth after ho has passed his GOth year anti It Is said that other mom 4 bens of tho family had similar exp riences J Capitola state capital commission was In session for three days hearing architects from nil over the country discuss their plann for tho new state house On Monday the commission will elect an arc l tect though his election does not mean that the plan he has submitted will he adopted Tho commission wants an uptodate building ISenator Baileys Farm Lexington Ky May 28 Manager McManus of the stud of Senator J W Ilallcy stated Friday that both the breeding and racing stables of the Tex as horseman would remain In Ken Ricky for another year at least afte which he would dispose of his hold- Ingt hero and move all to the Lone Star state ElectioncAdJL Oen p an the hold lag of an election by the companies composing the Third Kentucky rogl mont on Friday May 27 for the pur fposeof filling tho vacancy occasioned death of the late Col Thomas J Smith of Howling Green Died In Her Stet Year Winchester Ky May 27Mrs Nan- cyx Baxter died hero In tho 91st year of her age tier husband Dr John Ilax ter was an officer In the war of 1812 and was a leading politician In his day having served In the legislature and constitutional convention of this state 1 To Name State Delegate l Louisville Ky May 30MlUla con ventions will be held In Kentucky to select delegates to the democratic state convention There will bo a Louisville between tho Deck 1bamGralnger wing and tho antis ire H Hhallcn 1 Seven Suicides In a Week Louisville Ky May aGMlss Fl ilelus M Brand aged 26 committed eulcldo Saturday afternoon by drinking carbolic acid She was Insane from Illness She lived at 2C06 West Wal Inut street This makes seven suicIdes this week 011 Struck Near Louisville Louisville KT May 30011 has been struck on the Raglan road three miles southeast of this city The well Is on tho farm of Hall brothers who have been prospecting for oydr a year I besides making ice cream In this city J y J I FARMERS AND BREEDERS The Winners In the 1000 Contest Arc Announced Lexington Ky May 27 Winners In tile Kentucky farmers and breeders 1000 contest were announced Thurs day night Of 10146 guesses on tho urool lyn handicap six placed tho first second and third horses The setae tlon of C L Unto 11 Woat Twenty fifth street Now York was the first received May 20 and ho receives U GOOfiO A C McOlochlln 63 Brighton street Rochester guess received May 24 gore the second prize of241GGC hd Williams Danville Ky guess re cclved Afiiy 2G gets tho third prize QtI l91GGli The other three Gormley K McCuen M Furlong and O J Ilnughn all of Lexington receives IGGGCG each HIS OWN EXECUTIONER He Was Under Sentence of Death For Wife rderIHowling Oroen Ky May 27AI message front Morgantown states that Verona Fleonor tho wife murderer confined In jail at that place commlt ted suicide by hanging himself in his cell early Thursday A small cord r four feet long which he had procured from Ids cot and a handkerchief were used Flccner was under death sentence but his execution had been de furred awaiting the action of tho court of appeals lie wan convicted of the brutal murder of his wife last October lo used a largo pocket knife and aft or almost cutting her heart out cut liar body In strips MISS LEE ARRESTED Charged With the Malta Un lawrullyIFrankfort tie Lee of Lexington was brought horn Friday afternoon and placed In jail by Deputy Marshal It True on tho charge of having unlawfully used the United States malls to entice young Klrls True says she sent out letter to several towns In Southeastern Kentucky addressed to highly respectcil young ladles Ono of tho letters was addressed to a young lady attending school In London Ky and her rcla lives notified the postal authorities RESEMBLES YELLOW FEVER Unable to Check a Strange Disease at Long Fork Creek Mayklng Ky May 27A fatal dis ease resembling yellow fever which creekcfor two weeks believed to have been brought there by a Cincinnati saleJ1 man continues Its deadly work larYIJUIMle toacheek Its progress Schools have been suspended Indefinitely and all business Is at a standstill Say He Killed Two Men Richmond Ky May IIrank Poe low Is under arrest at Chatham for killing Charles Coles and Henry Gac ton Coles was shot through tho heart and Gaston through tho head Perrow tired only once and it Is a mystery who killed Gaston It Is pos sible the same ball that pierced Coles body entered Gallons head Sampson Gets Lire Sentence Owonsboro Ky May 28 William Sampson was given a life sentence at Hartford for the murder of George Cox at a dance a year ago Ten member of tho Jury voted for the death dancerhall with the purposo of putting an end to the party Another 011 Well Sergent Ky May 30 Another splendid paying oil well Jones Will No7 came In Saturday with a 21Ibarrel flow In tho leaver creek field south of here on tho Knott rloy1 border This la the property of tho Now Domain Oil and Gas Co com posed of Cincinnati capitalists To Build a New Railway LinecMndlsonvllle Ky May 30It Is now regarded as almost a certainty thotc Chicago capitalists will build R rail road from this city to Central City to connect with tho Illinois CentralI which Is to penetrate tho coal fields of Muhlenberg county and enter the mining field of Hopkins county Democratic Politicians Meet Lexington Ky May 28 Prominent democratic politicians of tho state at a meeting here effected organizations to fight the state administration The antiadministration organization was led by Senators McCrary and Blackburn Was Visiting a Friend Ixulsvlllo Ky May 30James A Cunningham aged 75 a whisky broicr who has been reported to the police i9 missing was found In Anchorage here ho was visiting a friend Ha was quite Indignant that a search b111I been made for him W J Gleason Dead Newport Ky May 30W J Olea son 59 died late Sunday night at his residence 332 Columbia street New port after a lingering illness Death was duo to Brlghts lll4jse Deceased was a wellknown commercial wrltaft Ii JirM 1a HINGRAHAM DEAD Head of Brotherhood of Locomo tive Engineers Died Suddenly A Remarkable Coincidence Is That Former Grand Chief Arthur Died of Apoplexy While Attending a Meeting of Engineers los Angeles Cal May 28 Thorna H Ingraham assistant grand engineer of tho Brotherhood of locomotive En gineers dropped dead Friday at the biennial convention of tho organiza flea here Mr Ingraham was absorbed in worl when he lost consciousness unIt fell from his chair Ho expired almost Im mediately Ills health had not been good for some time The body will be taken to Clevelan1 next Sunday by a committee of the brotherhoodMr IIjim who was years od had been first grand engineer since 1873 He was Initiated Into tho broth erhood In the Fort Wayne division In 18G5 and had held several offices In the order He had been mentioned as ofIhe hind refused to allow his name to bo considered There was no oppost tlon to his reelection as first grand engineer tie was a Knight Templar and a JllUIonICleveland 0 May 28 Thomas N Ingraham assistant grand chief engl neer of tho Brotherhood of Locomotive IosIvention of the organization lived In this city and was very widely known He had been connected with the broth rrhood for more than 30 years previ ous to which ho was a locomotive en gineer Ho Is survived by a ton and two daughters his wife having died several years ago A remarkable coincidence In con nection with Mr Ingrahams death Is tho fact that former Grand Chief P M Arthur of tho brotherhood died suddenly of apoplexy while attending a meeting of engineers at Winnipeg last year SENATOR QUAY FUNERAL Speaker Cannon Appointed a House Committee to Attend leaver Pa Way 29 Senator Quays last great battle his struggle to keep alive the vital spark In his wasttd body la ended The shadows of death darkened his Heaver homo Saturday afternoon and at 240 oclock the sen ator breathed his last The end same peacefully and the little group of grieving members of his family real bed that breath was extinct Outside tho Immediate members of his family there was no one prevent at his Ixvl side except two physicians who had been attending him In his Illness The death stupor camo upon lion shortly after midnight Saturday morn Ing A report was spread that the steep was natural Tho physicians however knew the sleep was but Uo forerunner of the end that was to cone soon Washington May 30 Speaker Can non has appointed the entire Pennsyl vania stato delegation as a committee to represent the house of representa fives at tho funeral of tho late Sena tor Quay at Heaver Pa who died Sat urday Tuesday next A special car will leave Washington at 715 p m Monday for tho use of such members of the committees of the two houses of congress as may be In this city at that time Other members will be met at Plttsburg Tuesday morning and the entire congressional party will proceed to Heaver by special train Harrisburg Pa May 30oov Pen nypacker will leave Monday night for Heaver to attend the funeral of Sena tor Quay Tho governor will Monday preside at the Memorial day exercises at Gettysburg The state buildings have been draped In mourning for a period of 30 days out of respect to Senator Quay- Beaver Pa May 30Many prowl nent people visited this place Sunday for the purpose of expressing sympathy to tho family of tie lato Senator- M S Quay but only a few of the most Intimate friends wore permitted to view the remain of the dead man- U was announced by the family that carrying out the senators dying request thero will be no osentatlon In connection with the funeral This compels the refusal of a request by the masons for a masonic funeral The final arrangements made Sunday that the body shall remain In the senators bedroom where he died until Tuesday when It will be carried to the First Presbyterian church in charge of Post 473 G A It of which Senator Quay was a member and lien state from 9 a m until 1 p m The church will then be cleared and at 2 oclock tho funeral services will bo conducted by Rev J S Ramsey pastor of the First Presbyterian church assisted by Rev Applcton Hash DD of tho Methodist Episcopal church The Weeks Failures Now York May 28 Business fall urea in the United States for tho weekending May 26 number 184 against 215 lost week 181 In the like week in 1903 103 In 1902 144 In 1901 In Crfailures for tho week somber 14 against 11 last week No Change In the Discipline Los Angeles Cal May 28Dy the decisive yea and nay vote of 441 to 188 tho Methodist general conference decided not to make any change in tha church discipline fn the matter of pro hibited amusements 1I1ftl WILLIES HAPPY DAYS Good morning world how are your sayWhenAnd nights gone fur aftuy And sometimes theres a robin Out there that turns Its Lead AJI though It understood me And stoned at what IeuW Sometimes i not to dreaming Im failing down sombuhtrc Or that Im In a corner Surrounded by a btar And oh I guess its pleasant To wake up then and lIa Hello old world goodmorning You feeling well today r yourWhenThat gladly from the window- It scares their trouble out When I forget to toy It Therei nothing that goes right I icucnx the world cant Uke It And haw to show its spite My papa taught It to me And when I get up glad And look outside and say It Thems nothing that goes bad Eo hurry to the window When you wake up and say Hello oM world good morning You pretty well today S E Kliier in Chicago IlecordHcrald HOLEBORING WAS HIS FAD Crazy Flicker Addicted to Drilling Inv to Iron Pipes and Strange SimilarI Mr Burroughs somewhere has said that It the flicker ever goes crazy ho will go crazy boring holes Now I never doubt anything Mr Burroughs says about birds and beasts and so for a good many years I have confidently expected that If ever I found a flicker I should find him as Mr crazyIroughs predicted boring holes Of course I never expected to real hazy flicker though I have IonI been convinced that the whole 11IclitrI family Is queer and indeed somewhat crackbrainedBut found onea real crazy Insane flicker and he was boring holes boring holes in tin rain pipes tor ho seemed to have been possessed lie appeared last spring in Newton n beautiful suburb of Boston It was In the springtime and Hlghhole High hole Is one of his six common New England names Inheriting a delicately balanced mind was drilling Into the rain pipe Doubtless he thought he was preparing a place for a bride Now the average young flicker bride Is about as spoony and as ready for love In a cottage us any bride but I have yet to see one who would go to the length of a rain pipe No the young flicker was mad In sane He arrived In April and an nounced himself by beating a thun derous tattoo on a galvanlzedlron chimney The persons in the rooms below jumped as if the roof were fall DRILLED INTO A MAIN PIPE Ing The passersby on the streetI stopped and gazed around in wonder There was nothing to be seen Again the rattling ringing roll and up outtOf the chimney popped In ecstasy over his new drumIThen across the way on the top of another house he spied another bigger drum and flew over was a big ventilator lie struck It To his apparent delight It boomed and catch Ing his toes around an Iron hoop that encircled It he beat out a roll that a drummer boy might have envied The mystery Is that his bill did not My Into splinters But It didnt The sound however seemed to go to his head and he got crazier and crazier over the galvanized Iron until he dis covered the rain pipe Up to this time the neighbors had looked upon him as a youthful and devoted lover who could not express half of his feeling upon an ordinary rotten stub and so had taken to the sounding hollow chimneys They had been amused But suddenly all that changed They woke up to the fact that the bird was a raving maniac for what did they see one morning butthe flicker high up under the corner ta roof clutching a small Iron bracket In the side of the house and diligently trying to drill a hole through the hard metal rain pipe lie was hammering Ilka a tlnunttb and already had cut an opening half 01 big aa ones fist when discovered Ho had hot tried to drill before he had been happy with the mere sound But something either In tho size or shape or ring of the pipe suggested nest to his wild wIts and right through tho pipe he had gone He was scared off finally but not un Ill he had let himself In and had had a look down through the strngo bottom less pit that he had opened Dallas LOTS Sharp la St Nlcholaa tj t J CATCHING A LOUPCERViER Two Children Have Thrilling Expe rience in a Farm House in Quebec Canada A trip to Quebec had taken the parents of Holcom Parett and his sister Man Ice aged respectively 13 and 15 years away front home and the children were left alone in the farmhouse during several day of bitter winter weather One very cold winter morning Man Ice looking out of the window saw db animal digging In the drift near the cor nor of the barn Oh come and see thin queerlooking dog she cried lie is digging up old Molly Old Molly was a hen that had died But Holcom knew that It was cot a dog Presently It turned and be saw Its large round head tasseled earaand wild fierce eyes Ho knew then that It wns a luclvee cr lynx Both Holcom and Manlce were now much concerned lest the creature should get Into the barn and kill their five cos sets Hocom had no weapon but a light ax and an old bayonet He fixed the bayonet on the end of a quilting pole gave It to Manlce and took the ax Then they sallied forth shouting to frighten the lynx It started to run but fell feebly Then they saw that although full grown the animal was emaciated and had little strength either to escape or to fight As the win TILE UGLY LOLTCEUVIEU ter advances and game becomes scarce the wild carnlvora often suffer pitiably When they approached it turned upon them but was so nearly frozen and famished that It could hardly stand Holcom was about to dispatch the loup cervler when the Idea of capturing it occurred to him Manlce brought a cow blanket which Holcom threw aver the weakened animal and with no great risk or exertion they were able to pick It up and carry it ijito the barn Although ordinarily the lynx Is one of the fiercest and most Intractable of liv rejslstanceslats across tho entrance They gave the loupcervler a bed of hay and threw In bones and scraps of deer meat fur II to eat Its hunger was Insatiable Under the Influence of food and warmth its apparent meekness under went a great change When Holcom on Manlce approached the slats even when bringing food the lynx would dash at them screeching in such an excess of fury that the poor cows and sheep went nearly wild from fear The children wero in great fear lest the animal might break out In the night and kill their stock and they were now heartily sorry that they had not dis patched It- During the eight days that elapsed before their parents returned Holcora and Manlce passed through every possible phase of anxiety and worry over their loup cervler Nor were their troubles at an end when their father and mother came back Finally the lynx was sold to a trader at Three RIvers who had made a market difficultyitbut Holcom learned afterward that It had out of the crate and given the so much trouble that on openethepan Ion Long Fight with a Salmon NewYorkfriends of a lengthy battle with an eight pound salmon which occurred nearly a year ago and In which Mr Spaeth proved tho victor The incident took place last June when a party of trlendsIwere visiting In Maine and Salmon lake Mr Spaeth had landed several salmon before hooking the large ono and on each occasion had spent nearly an hour in landing them His jtrouble began however at 310 oclock In the afternoon when he felt a urd tug at his line The fish was unusually vigorous and when nearly within reach of the net would create such a disturbance that more line had to be given him This was kept up all that night while Mr Spaeth was furnished his meals by his friends It was 618 oclock the next morning that the salmon was lauded The battle endured exactly 16 hours and 8 minutes These Dogs Gather Up Egg Dogs which bunt eggs are the proud possession of Ma Hadley of Camden N J One of the canines carries a bis ket while the other hunts the eggs Tne tame of the majors dogs has carried terror to the heart of a pet hen owned by Mrs Spencer a neighbor for Biddy will not make her nest outdoors where the other hens do but each dad comes to the house and lays an egg on the settee It the door is not open the hen wilt fly upon the window sill and remain theta util admitted f i Triumphs of Modern Surgery Wonderful things are done for thethuman body by surgory Organs are taken out and scraped and polished and put back or they may be removed entirely bones are spliced pipes take the place of diseased sections of veins antiseptic dressings are applied to wounds bruises burns and like injuries before inflammation sets in which causes them to heal without maturation and in onethird tho time required by tho old treatment Chamberlains Pain Balm acts ou this same principle It is an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries causes them to heal very quickly It also alldys the pain and soreness Keep homeIsuffering which such injuries entail For sale by S E Welch Jr Drug gist LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROADT- ime Table In Effect May 1904 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Bereu 3 48 a m Arrive Richmond412 a m ArriveParis52SamArrive Cincinnati7 50 a m Going North = iLTraIn Dally Leave Berea 1255p in Arrive Richmond 125 p m Arrive Paris 3 18pm Arrive Cincinnati 6 CO p td Going South TraIn Dallr Leave Beroal 11 p m Arrive Liviugston 2 05 p m Golnc South Train S Dally Leave Berea 1124 pm Arrive Livingston12 30 a m Trani No1 and No C mike con nostioa at Livingstin for Jellico and tile South with No 21 and No 27 IW H BOWER Ticket Agent Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity is constantly coming in declaring Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump tion Coughs and Colds to be un equaled A recent expression from T J McFarland Bentorville Va serves as example He writes I had Bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time without being benefited Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and a few Y bottles wholly cured me Equally effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneu monia and Grip Guaranteed by the East End Drug Co Druggist I80 YEAR- SEXPeRIENCBl TRADE MARKSI c Anyone amdlna akeleh sod duerlvllon nay qnlcklr ascertain our Inrentlnn U probablr palenlabftCommaalt tloni it rlctlr confidential itandbookoolateuta- rent tree Oldest atencr tor eeuMngpalenlf Patents taken toronih Slunn Co idolfcbario In the Scientific jnnericam handtomelf Illaitrated wMllf Jjatttt Or ealatlon of anr ctentiJo oertal form M rears four roonthiIL ioWbraJl nowidoaJora iUMI Cod B New1k0 IlL W Worst of All Experiences Can anything be worso than to feel that ovary minute will be your laatf Such was the experience of Mrs S H Newson Decatur Ale For three years she writes endured insufferable pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed inevitable when doctors and all remedies failed At length I was induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous I improv ed at once and now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney ElectricIIWo Its guaranteed by the East End Drug Co Druggist BEREA MONUMENTAL WORKS 8 S MCODIBE PROPRIETOR I have 55 sets of tombstones and monuments Prices range from 10 to 950 in marble in granite 1 140 to 160 I sel- lWhite Vermont Marble Only AH cloudy marble is sad will soon fade as it ia polished with putty and acid besides to read the inscriptions on cloudy stones All orders filled is 2 to 5 days Write for designs and prices Se McGUIRE Berea Kentucky P Y JTHECITIZEN 1 i14It1Iti 11 zz H IEd1t1f4tH I 11+ Eastern Kentucky News No cortetpondence published nnlcu signed In fun by the writer The name it not for publication but ai an evidence of good faith Write plainly LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL L i OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON May 2SSonic of tho boys wore in Beattyville lust SaturdayJ S Rowland was on our Creek few days back looking for cattle and mules1V J Blake and wife were on Cowcreek Saturday making pi- cturesU S Marshal Mays and wifo were in Richmond last week mud returned home Saturday John Gabbard of lleidleburg was visiting in our midst Saturday and Sunday OJC Roberts was at lleidleburg last week on business Win Neely and wife of White Oak visited his father iiilnw Saturday and Sunday John Blake has returned from the West where he has been hording sheep John is an up todnto chap and has accumulated quite a nice stun of money Andy Venablo and Joseph Moore wore in the mountains last week looking for cattle and sheep and bought nice bunches of both Jessie Wilson and wife of Welch burg were visiting here Saturday and SundayJames Isaacs passed down the Creek last week working in the interest of the Riverside Wool en mills Walter Bryant and wife were in Jackson County Saturday nod Sunday visiting friends Bill Becknell has sold his famous trotter to Will McCollumn fora largo sum of money Ho will place him on the track tune coming seasonTheexamhlation passed off with quito a number of applicants for certificates If the mountain people want to hear the news why not subscribe for the Citizen and get it- COHKLINO May SORe L C Roberts was in Leo county on business for Jesse Wilson Tuesday Ham Taylor visited Doo Creek last SUldaAml Becknell paid time charming hello of Fairview a visit Saturday Fire caught in the roof of Jesse Wilsons house Tuesday and would have burn ed it to the ground but for the heroic work of a few untrained but daring firemen We have an excellent Sun dayschoolon White Oak All are cordially invited at 230 Sunday afternoons Wm Sizcmoro and Dave Dc ton returned from Ricos Store Thursday It is with sorrow that we announce the deaths the past week of the widow Whin and Sani ford Rowlands daughterJ S Rowland departed for pnr unknown Tuesday to buy cattle and sheep Robert Halo passed through here ou his way to Sexton Saturday In the recent examination eighteen persons applied for certificates but six failed and four made first classes Rev J W Anderson returned from Station camp Monday CABBARD May 28 Wednesday was the hottest day of the season time ther mometer registering 07 degrees Mrs Maggie Calahan wifo of Bas cum Calahan lied last week with consumption Dudley Reynolds of Cow Creek less n now baby boy at hjs home Joseph Baker is going to build the schoolhouse at Grassy Branch Mrs Jane States of Wolf Creek visited her mother here Sat urday ami Sunday The contract to build a schoolhouse on Wolf Creek was let last week to Abigal Marshall for 250 Leander Reynolds of Cow Creek has the measles in his familyA C Gabbard and wifo of Booncville are visiting R W Milder and family James Gabbard has caught six groundhogs recently FLOYD May 30We are having fine weather for farming R 1 Green mud Mrs America Short wero married last Thursday Born to Mr add Mrs Win Hcllton a baby girlon Tuesday last Recently a gushing coaloil well was drilled at the mouth of Lynamfl creek of Middle Fork river in Leo county near the L E R R Wo havo now at Boono villo an established Citizens Dank which willopon for business Juno istMiSH Cintha Combs is very ill with feverD R Kash of Fjrench burg is visiting his nephew Dr J M Kash here Friends subscribe for THE CITIZE You will never regret it ISLAND CITY May 30P M Fro is in Boone yule doing work in connection with the examination for teachers The Sabbath School at Sexton Creek is progressing nicelyJ T Gentry organized a Sabbath School sit Oak Crave last Sunday Sherman Staple ton lost a hue worl steer on the 25th of this mouth- JACKSON COUNTY MCKEE May HMrs Cora A Smithof Clyde N Y who has been located l hero for the past four years doing 1 r 1It1IFt mission work has given up her work on account of ill health and loft for her homo Friday Mr Harlan S batty of Beattyville was here last Saturday to attend tile County school book commission meeting he is representing the American School- Book Co The Board took no action but will adopt a series of school books later on to ho used Out of totalof twentyfour applicants for teachers certificates at tho May examinations there were nine failures John Dower received tho bes certificate issued his general average was OS per wntTho Teachers In stituto will be held tho first week it July Prof Dinsmore of Berea will conduct itTho McKeeBoono yule Telephone Co will complet- their line from Berea to McKee in about three weeks They will have an exchange olhco TTere and connec tion with tho Burning Springsami London lino Judge Coyle has purchased a hotel in Florida and will take his family there tho last of Juno Ho will stay in Jackson till his term of otlice expires and then will join- his family SAND GAP May 8TolII Norris of Birch Lick sold his farm and bought hi mothers place on Clover Bottom John Brockman has finished peeling bark Ho has a fine lot for sale Bro C A Vanwinkle helil religious services at Hellards schoolhouse which resulted in two additions and Mrs John Aleorn John was hap tized last SundayL B Martin visited G W Hellard last Saturday John Awyx of Pine Grove has gone into tie goods business Ned Gabbard of Wind Cave and A P Gabbard our clever Sand Gap merchants attended nesting at the Hel lard schoolhouso last Sunday Glad to see you gentlemen come again Farmers are preparing to work their cornMay BOTom Johnson has re turned from Indiana where ho ha lore at work for about four months We understand that Brother Moso Jones will have baptizing near the Wyatt Mill Sunday nextAunt Jennio Morris the widow of JolT Morris is 83 years old She has twelve children 103 grandchildren 200 great grandchildren and 10 great great grandchildren malting a total of 325 all living KIRBY KNOB May 7Tho boundary of bark bought of J L Williams by John Parks is all peoledand is being taken to Boron for shipment Owsloy Fork hill became so muddy after tho rains that three wagons got stuck last Friday Saturday it was improved by filling in time mud holesAlbert Powell took his family to Blanton Flat Saturday for a visitLast Friday and Saturday wore examination days at McKee for county diplomas Only two persons Miss Annie Powell and James Dur ham went from this neighborhood Miss Ollio Hat fluid is with her sister at Berea now Many from hero are expecting to go to commencement at Berea June 8th and as usual have a nice time Three young men from Berea wero at this place exploring caves Saturday find SuudayJ W Baker of Narrow Gap visited Mrs Bakers parents hero Saturday Monday friends of those buried at tho cemetery hero met and decorate tho graves ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISPUTANTA May 31Mr Jerry Laswcll of Orlando visited his fathor in law Sunday Esquire G V Owens was in Mt Vernon last week attending CourtM J Anderson of Rich mond and Miss Jennie Bowles wero married last week at tho house of tho bride Rev L R Rowlett went to heexRev J F Phelps was called as pastor by tho Macedonia Church last Saturday W C Ogg has sold his store to Robl Richardson and has given possession M R Robinson of Lexington is at Disputanta on business this week Luther Rowlett was visiting friends at Morill Sa- turCONTINUE Thoao who are gaining flesh and strength by regular treat withScotts Emulsion treatmentInand a little cool milk with It will objectionwhichducts during tho hoatodseason Send for free sample SCOTT IIOWNK Chemist 40941 Soc sndtmsn druggiAwYork I day tttul SundayA party trout Berea was visiting tho cave nt Clima last Saturday Prof Mason was with theta W C Ogg and family visited C L Ogg of Berea last Sunday At tho church services held Sun day at Davis Branch schoolhouse by Rev J F Phelps James Shearer went forward for prayers when tho invitation was given AH he gave them his hand ho fell dead on tho floor supposedly from heart failure He was a good citizen Ho leaves a wife and three children to mourn his loss Ibis remains wero laid to rest at his homo known as the J11 Hcxskins farm MADISON COUNTY BRASSFIELD 11lhq 2tJTho railway company has a steam shovel lull work train at work filling a trestle Irotwoen this place and Panola There was n churchtSuudnymEiltou was buried at tho Dalton graveyard last Thurs 1day Ho hell from injuries received by being struckwith a tit that ex tended from tho car some distance ututempting to flag the train There is a now case of smallpox at Bon Trib blos between this place and Purt woolThe business jxoplo of Beattyville ran nil excursion to Richmond Friday It was well loathed after tho regular passengers had hero tautest at excursion rates 1Jamey Coyle was attacked by a flying owlwhilo arranging his chickens Saturday night He resisted mull after several shots brought tho owl to tho ground with a shot flgnuHalert Riddle has rented time residence and blacksmith shop here lconging to tho Butts llOirsProf Hicks is conducting a singing school at SpttlwellMi tS Lillio Melia and Nannie MeWhorter attended examination at Richmond Saturday aOREYFUSMay 30ter A G Coaker filled Ids regular appointment at the Bap list church Saturday mull Sunday Miss Mamie Carmack of Estill Station was tho guest of Miss Lullio and Pearl Lain Saturday night Martha Carr of Panola visual Miss Martha Powell SundayJ M Bandlin nod wife havo returned to Valley View after a woks visit here among friends Miss llattio and visitedstheir uncle Thomas Young last Wed nesday eightMiss Flossie Bilker was the guest of Joe Holland Sun day GARRARD COUNTY Cartersvlllt May 30 Farmers are very busy Wheat is looking wellllrs Toni Green is suffering considerably with orysijtelas Mrs John Sowder and Mrs J D Nave are sick this week Uncle Jack is not able to get about much yetVery tutu from hero at tended tho Decoration of old soldiers graves One of the finest dinners ever given in this community was that given recently in honor of J D Saves birthday Those present say it was a most enjoyable affair Mrs Nave delights to entertain her neigh h011lllnd always has a pleasant word and smile for every one A Newsy Letter There are more logs in tho rivers than is usual nt this time of tho year as there have been no good floating tides that means unusual close times for the mountain people Tho largest and best con structed log building I have over sign is tho school property of tho Presbyterian church at tho mouth of Squablu Creek in Perry County It has 4 largo schoolrooms on first floor and second floor is used for n chapel They also havo a Rico church house Wm Moore mad wife of Chivies Perry county have just returned from Louisville where they bought n nice stock of general mer chandise llyden Leslie county will have a new telephone line to connect with Manchester and other points completed some time next week That will bo one more menu tain town connected by wire with tho outside world Malcorn Holli day of Hazard Perry Co went to St Louis Worlds Fair but he is back again maid reports favorably Or D IIOLLIDAT WHAT HAPGOODS HAS DONE During time year 1003 Hapgoods has placed in high grade positions over 500 young College University Technical School garduatcs Our cam paign for 100 is now in progress More firms than ever are looking to us for capable graduates and we wish to get in touch at once with every senior who will IHJ looking for a position in business or technical work Write nearest office for booklets Hapgoods 800 Broadway New York Hartford Bldg Chicago Penn sylvania BldgPhiladclpha William son Bldg Cleveland Pioneer Bldg Seattle Colorada Bldg Washington Minn Loan Trust Bldg Minneap olis Chemical Bldg St Louis Park Bldg Pittsburg f A CHANCE FOR YOU Thorn is n good chance for strong and willing young men to earn money for school expenses in Bona this fall by work on the Farm nail in till Brickyard and at other work Those chances aro only for such as will bo hero in tho Fall Term Ixv ginning September l1and the work must bo engaged Ix forohand For particulars address W C GAHHLE Secretary Berea Ky I bare been troubled for some time with indigestion and sour stomach Hays Mrs Sarah W Curtis of LOP Mass and havo boon taking Cham berlains Stomach and Livor Tablets which have helped mo very much so that now I can oat many things that before I could not If you have any trouble with your stomach why not take these Tablets and got well I For sale by S E Welch Jr Druggist Not Fatal No Matter What Doc tors Say We Know That Heart Trou ble in Many Cases Can Be Cured There nro seven mnln Matures of heart discflue vis 1 WrnkncM or IVblllty C Rheumatism or Neurnlcla 3 Valvular Disorder t Dltitlon 5 Enlargement 6 tatty Degenera lion j Dropsy- Documentary evidence will prove thousands of socalled Incurables havo been absolutely cured by Dr Mlles New Heart Cure Patient often have no Idea their dis ease Is heart trouble but ascribe It to Indigestion Liver Complaint etc Hero are some of the symptoms Shortness of breath after exercise Smothering Spells rain In Chest left Shoulder and arm Discomfort In Lying on one side Fainting Spells Nervous Cough Swelllnir of Feet and Ankles Paleness of Face and Lips Palpitation Nightmare Irregular Pulse I have greet faith In Dr Mlles New Heart Cure and speak of Its merits whenever opportunity presents can now BO up and down stairs with ease where three weeks ego I mind hardly walk ono block One year latfrln- m still In Ktxxl health the llmrt Cure Old so much for me that find It n far greeter medicine than you claimed It to boM D YOlNd D D SJ7 North line St Nutchcz titles Money hack If first bottlo falls to benefit FREE write us and we will mall you n lTe Trlnl PackRge of Dr Mlles Antl Pain Pllli the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom Ulnnk for our Hprclullt to dlnKnoso your cnnc nnd toll you what wrong and how to rlcht t Atwolutely Fro Address lilt MILKS MKIHUf CO LIJ011AT01UE3 ELKllAKT UND To Farther Increase Our Trade Wo aro offering tho cheapest goods out Before buying elsewhere call and sin UK Millinery latestatylos at Hock Bottom Prices Mona Clothing twin 3 ro up to 800 Regular TG andlO Values oc per yd Percales ynnlGrocorioslu Oil 12cU porK l Highest Price Paid for Produce Azbill Azbill Borea and Big lull Pike MDS CECELIA STOWf Orator Bntre Xtoas Club 176 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1002 For nearly four years 1 suffered from ovarian troubles limo doctor instated on an operation as the only to well I however operstlonMywell as I for homo a woman is a disconsolate at best A friendly druggist advised him to a of Cardui for me to and he did so began toimprovemafowdaye and my was very rapid Within eighteen weeks I was another beingtL4tw Mrs Stowof letter shows woman how a homo is saddened by completelyWino ness and brings health and happi ness again Do not Oil suffer ing Go to our druggist today and secure a eloo CardulWINECIRD01 I 0 Oldest and Best Tried and True 75 years of successful store 0 years of hardest uxx r manufacture make tho Econ once nmkon the WtlKr load omist range tho poor of all tho van ill tho wagon world good cooking stores EXCELLENT Tho number of union ninth satisfied customers convinces IIH that time Fisher Buggies are not n mistake Prices not tho 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