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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t i lllll III li14iIIiiHHHH JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher fnUrttt at IV Tooffet al Etna Ay III ucoml elau Maliwaiter vi 111111 +11 IVOL v A Family Taper BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 9 1904 One dollar a roar NO 61 HI TAKE NOTICE The Fall Term of Berea College opens at 8 oclock a m Wednes day September 14 1904 Our column of condenwxl new will Iw found this week on lust page third column List of Graduates of 1904 COLLEGE Brown James MadiHon EniHt Howard Mark Lontcr Grace Ilogera Lewis gliRuhuth14UWtOlI RolxtrtH Georgu Itaymond Scale Ellin ChuMs Stratton Julia Carl Williauw Lizzie Dora ACAUKM- TIkrry Henry Burr Thoman Clark Harold Flnnery BONHIU Front Wiwloy HIIXH Iktwlri HuMt Mary King Ethiil Kinnard Harry OtJflltrl t Sophie Young JamN- ORMAL Chandler D B Gay Etta HcwkiiiH Mary Mason Tlibnmn Smith Daisy Smith W U Sjtenee Carrie SHIUV Ijuura WilmMi W II- AGRICULTURE Hudson Entmcr Wwilibum Walter Vergi- lArrticn CAUPCNTKV Comlw Gilbert Ariurn SotrscE Kelley Laura ArrncNTicc COUKSC COOKIMI ColuMillunnntttl THE GREATEST OFFER Eye Made by any Newspaper No- weing Made by The Cltlicn For Full Particulars Cllat the Oltl can Booth No publisher has ever made n morn literal offer than that which is now Ixjing made by tho publmhcr of Tae CITIZEN Tho full details of thin great offer will IKJ cheerfully given to anyone who will call at the Citizen i Booth near thin TalHirnacle Our of fur m like giving you 200 for flOO You dont wo how we can afford to do that r Well all we ask in that you ivmio around nod let explain ltememler this great offer is made to old milHcritwrH who desire to pay arrears or for renewal BH well an to thoso who dwiro to become mibhcrib Ont Our present HiibNcrilwrs tell that THE CITIZEN ia hotter than ever If you havent sewn a recent copy look this over carefully and serf how much Ixitter it in than the lust one you saw Subscribe now and get t 11I0t only your own local news but nil l important state national and world news IxwidcH tho good and in t cresting rending in our twelve other departments You will want to know tho progress Berea College is mak hag in its light against tho con t stitutiollnlit of tho DII Hill Tho t roughly authentic reports will Iw found only in THE CITIZEN lHISTORICAL SKETCH OF EREA COLLEGE The graduates and Conner Htudents of Boron are BO widely scattered and nottMater oftener that once in three- S years Tho Reunion this year is signal Trod by tho publication of an luster ical Sketch of the College which will be of highest interest to every ono acquainted with the Institution Perhaps tho chief feature of this Historical Sketch is tho illustrations Over fifty portraits aro furnished showing chief donors ollieors and- Y prominent graduates of tho Institu thou Other pictures nro tho WrightII- OIlRO tho first cabin on tho Berea ridge a map of tho Boron ridgo in l early days tho Old Glade Church house tho Foo llletltoudnt n time when the children were enjoy ing themselves in tho front yard with u teeter and other illustrations which nil will appreciate The Collegeilivery Juno let l residents Utttc A Btr a College THE CITIZEN BEREA COLLEGE Commencement June 8th 1904 Morning Session 0 A Mj Corner Stone at 12 Basket Lunch 1230 Evening Session 180 Homespun Fair in Industrial Building All buildings open for visitors Morning Program Music B- ANDInvocationDr J A H KOOEKS INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT Exhibition MANUAL TJIAININO DEPT Music MODEL Sclto u- sExhibitlonSE1NO DEPARTMENT APPLIED SCIENCE FARMERS COURSE Laying Out Farm DIainsEsrMEn Hunsov Berea Ky Putting In the Tile WALTEII VEIHIIL WASIIIIURN Brookvillo Ky NORMAL DEPARTMENT KyForestryKeep Step CARRIE SPENCE Ionia Ky Triumphs of the Colored School W II WILSON Murray Ky KyPlantationPushExcuserdTIIoMAK MASON BrocknocvUlo Ky Pictures in the SchoolroomMART HOSKISS Hoskinston Ky The Use of the Blackboard D B CHANDLER Moiinl VernonKy The Rights of ChildrenI4tunA SPENCE Ionia Ky Music COLLEGE QUARTET COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT The Multitude ELLIS CifASE SEALE Berea Ky Health as Wealth ELIHAHETH LAWTOX LEWIS New Haven Conn A Citizens Duty to the Health of the Community JOHN CARL STRATTON Atwater Ohio Solo tlUe Leadeth Me THOMAS HORTON Quid chorus by andienco To Work and to Win LIZZIE Dull WILLIAMS New Haven Conn Raleigh the Patriot JAMES MADISON BROWN Rocky Pass N C The New Patriotism Excused GRACE ROGERS LESTER Berea Ky The Choice of a Profession GEORGE RAYMOND RODERTS Millvillu Ohio Kentucky LeadershipIIowAini MARK ERNST Thompson Ohio Music HARMONIA SOCIETY Prizes Bibles Awarded DIPLOMAS AND DEGREES Music Battle Hymn of the Republic by Harmonia and Audience Afternoon Program Music BAND Prayer DR W EG WRIGHT Plantation Melody QUARTET Address REV MILTON PILATTDDE Liverpool Ohio Music COLLEGE QUARTET Short Addresses Music God be with you till we meet againAUDIENCEB- attle Hymn of the Republic JULIA WABII HOWK Altrreln 1 tine eyes bare oon tho Rio 17 of thoromInl of the circlingad Ho has lounJod forth tho trumpot that shall nev er call re In tho beau ty of the lil fee Christ waa born a crow the A Lord Ho Is trampling out the vin tago whore the tamps They have build ed111m an al tar in the Aa yo deal with my con tern ners to with treat lie is sift Inc out the hearts of men bur sea With a Klo ry in Ills bo torn that trans vaPft of wrath are storoJj Ho hath loosed the fateful lightning of Ills evening dews and damps I can read lib righteous nentrnce by the you my grace shall deal Let the He roo born of woman crush the fore lib judgment seat Oh be swift my noul to answer bo fig urea you and mo As lie died to make men holy lot us n l b n IVLLCUOta41 terrlbla swift sword Ills truth Is marching on dim and flaring lamps Ills day is marching on gloryljadie to make men froeWhilo God is marching on God be with you till we meet againIGod bo with you tillwo moot again By his counsels guido uphold you With his sheep securely told you God be with you till wo meet again CHORUS Till wo meet till wo meet Till wo meet lit Jests feet Till wo meet till wo moot God bo with you till wo meet again t Oo l Ixj with you till wo meet again Noath His wings protecting lido you Daily manna still provide you Got Iw with you till wo moot again God bo with you till wo meet again Keep loves banner floating oor you Sun tto deaths thrcntnirig wave hOe fore you God be with you till we meet again Ili1I L H II 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 This may be through the steady use of an account in our bank Jc i Co St Painting Repairing and Rubber KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS Prop Ky I Dry Goods CLOSE PRICES A A Reliable House to dealwith Main Street Richmond Dillingham Corner IICci The Latest Ladies Collars- No season has produced such an abundance of beautiful styles in Ladies Neckwear the We show all the new styles in endless varie- tySummer Laces We have just added all the new oat patterns to our stock of laces and iusortinga anti can certainly please you already prevail here We are determined to to carry nothing over No trouble to show goods Mrs Bettie Mason Main St Berea Ky r IHtHIHHH fF Sixteen Departments Eight Pages THE GOOD OLD QUAKER Savinghabit acquired Berea Banking Main Berea Notionsand Ladies Furnishings WHITE GIBSON MillineryMidsummofprices e A Family CarriageI that combines beauty and comfort with con venience is ono of our ridingbuggies is unexcelled for workmanship durability Bud comfort and will give more satisfaction for general family use than any other carriage made Our prices are as low as can be made consistent workmanshipf pricesfor f C F HIGGINS Richmond as present Experience Counts For a great dual in every line of bus moos but in few linos does it count for as much as in MILLINERYO- ur long experionce has enabled us to bring together this season the boat stock of millinery we have over shown in Borea A look will convince you LARGE VARIETY CORRECT STYLE RIGHT PRICES Mrs A T Fish Main Center Sts Beroa Ky Now is the Time To buy your SPRING SHOES OX FORDS and GENTS FUR NISHING GOODS We have tho most complete and uptodate line ever shown in the cityCall in and examine our stock and you will be convinced Crutcher Tribble Main Street RICHMOND KENTUCKY esa byei- onalAt Ktom itamt the trlt deafen i TAe genuineyIMUata- tsumeand oj prlre Wttom a IN THE r WORLD y kenr0ct fl D 5SESUNION MADE lw iitcrtau pftalil it tiflt ftianri 118108 lKMI =HUHIKJ Pali a 1900 = t2 Jltnlrs 1101 nz 15GK720 Pairs Business Rope than OoubJed In four reaps TilE KCA8ONSI UlioiigliumakM miilftllnnioromenf anl nill60 shoes than amiyother twoman ufirtunrs In the world W IMiiKlfu 83en and S3CO shoes placed iMa by aide with J500 Gr shoes of roodTheyMUO andsatO shoes Made of the but leather Including Patent Corona KI4 Corona Colt and National Kangaroo r Ill ar IM11 q slut W I Douglas 400 Ollt Edge Line cannot be niiuUled at any price Ithue1 nnllwnceatrtenealo 4ee- Y Item Ir llrorklor For sale by RIR COYLE Berea Buy your WeddingRings From the largest and best stock of goldjewelryCall and see our lino of goods A J Thompson Opposite Burdottes Mill Boron Ky HOME MADE CANDY Pure Wholesome and Healthful Assorted Boa llons in neat J pound boxost t East End Drug Co Main St Boron Ky lIl+lItIIIII HN +H Not too Soon Is it to plan for yourHouse other buildings wi- thHammar t Brand Paint Sold and guaran teed by the East End Drug Co Main Street Boroa Ky e THE OBSTINACY OF EGOTISM q Suns the Jury said the man And was only one Dut few of us there are who can Thus boast of what weve done M first the other aide had nine AnJ we were only thrtw The nine did stubborn decline To let the man tro free I never saw such mulishness As those nine men displayed I pointed out their foolishness nut still could not persuade Then one deserted us despite c The fact I surely knew That I am always In the right So then xve were but two The other bowed to arguments That I refused to hear That I atone have common sense To me la very clear Eleven most pigheaded men They showed themselves to be This fact wns proved quite clearly when They would not bow to me Rut now my bosom swells with pride For when I walk the street ily vanity Is graU ed- Dy all chance to meet I note that I am pointed out By nine men out of ten Their comments show without a doubt Im worth eleven men Chicago Evening Post THE MISSISSIPPIBUBBLE I By EMERSON HOUGH I AntborofTto Storyol tie Cowboy Tie Girl at the tlwayloess Etc Oopjrifht lta1 bjZoMnoa Ilough CHAPTER XXXV COXTIXC ED The hand of Conti smote hard upon the table By heaven it were strange thing said he If this foreign traveler should prove the some mysterious beauty Philippe is reported to have kept in hiding My faith la it indeed true that we arc come upon a time of broke in Varenne bis ar dor overcoming his obsequiousness These are some of the tales brought backand reported privately I can as sure you gentlemen now for the first time and to yourselves The people of this country are said to be clad In beauteous raiment made of siting of grasses and of the barks of trees Their ornaments are made of pure yel low gold and of precious gems which they pick up from the banks of the streams as common as pebbles here in aliithlakes and rivers arc vast and beautiful and the forests are tilled with myriads of strange and sweetvoiced birds TIs said tbat the dream of Ionce de Leon lath been realized and that not only one but a score of fountains of youth have been discovered in this great vat ley The people arc said never to grow old Their personal beauty is of surpassing nature and their disposition easy and complaisant lo the last de gree My faith say on broke In De la Chaise TIs surely a story of para dise which you recount But listen gentlemen The story goes yt farther As to mines of gold anti sneer twas matter of report that such mlles are common In all the val Joy of tio Mcasasebc Indeed the whole surface of the earth in some parts Is covered with lumps of gold so that the natives care nothing for It The bottoms of the streams the beaches of the lakes carry as many particles of gold as they have pebbles And little stones As for sliver none take note of it Tie used as building stone In the name of Jehovah Is there support for these wonders you have spoken broke in Fraslln the Jew his eyes shining with suppressed ex citementAssuredly Yet I am telling not half of the news which came to my knowledge this very morningthe story is said to have emanated from the Palais Royal itself and therefore no doubt is to be traced to this same unknown queen of the Messasebe She reports so it is said thaTbcyond tho country where LHulllicr secured his cargo of blue earth there is a land where grows a most peculiar plant The meadows and fields are covered with it and it is said the dews of night which gather within the petals of these fijwcrs become in the course of a single day nothing less than a solid diamond stone From this In time the leaves drop down leaving the diamond exposed there shining and radiant Ab bah broke in Kraslln the Jew Why believe such babblings We all know that the diamond is a product not of the vegetable but of the mineral worldSo have we known many things stoutly replied Varenne only to find ourselves frequently mistaken Isow for my part a diamond is a diamond bo it born In a flower or broken from a rock And as for the excellence of these stones tis rumored that the lady hath abundant proof TIs no wonder that the natives of the valley of the Mcssascbe robe themselves in silks and that they deck themselves carelessly with precious stones as would a peasant of ours with a chain oC daisy blosrcms Now If there h Loch wealth as this is It not easy to ace the profit of a bank which controls tho trade with such a province True thnro have been some discoveries in UtU valley but opUilag thorough XU bat recent the tains bath been thorough toIThe Prince de Conti sat hack chair anti drew a long breath If ties things bo true said he then this Monsieur Las is not so bad a leader to follow hut listen exclaimed Vnrenne once more I have not even yet told the most Important thing and this U rumor which perhaps your grace has caught TIs whispered that the bank of the brother Las Is within a fortnight to be changed What to that queried Fraslln quickly TIs not to be abandoned By no means Abandoned would bo ciultethe Improper word TIs to be Improved expanded increased magni fled My lords there is the opportunity of a lifetime for every ono of us hereSay on man say onl commanded the prince the covetousness of his soul shining in his eyes as he leaned forwardI to say this and tho spy lowered his voice as he looked anxiously about The regent hath taken a fancy to be chief owner himself of an enterprise no profitable In tine the Banque Generale Is to become the Banquo Royale Ills majesty of France represented by his grace the regent Is to become the head banlef of France and Europe Monsieur Las is to be retained as directorgeneral of this Danque Royale There are to be branches fixed in different cities of the realm at Lyons at Tours at Amiens at Rochello at Orleans In fact all France is to go upon a different tooting The glances of the Prince de Conti and the Austrian met each other The Jew drew a long breath as he sat back in his chair his hands grasping at the edge of the table Try as he might he scarce could keep his chin from trem bling He licked out his tongue to moisten hli lips There IB so much resumed Var enne that tis hard to tell It all But you must know that this Banque Royale will be still more powerful than the old one There will be Incorporated with It not only the Company of the West but also the General Company of the Indies as you know the most considerable mercantile enterprise of France Now listen Within the first year the Banquo Royale will Issue one thousand million Hvres in notes This u TILL HBI IT IS THi LAST embodiment of the Compagnlc Generate of the Indies will warrant ns I know by the secret plans of the bank the Issue of notes amounting to two billion Ilvrc3 Therefore as Monsieur de la Chaise signifies be who Is lucky enough today to own a few actions of the Banquo Royale or even the old actions of Monsieur Las bank which will be redeemed by Its suc cessor is In a way to gain groitar sums than were ever seen on the face or- an Investment from the beginning of the world until today Now as I was about to ask of you Monsieur Fras tin Tho speaker turned In his chair to where Fraslln had been but a moment before The chair was empty Our friend stepped to the door but on the instant said Do la Chaise He Is perhaps That he has cried Varenne He Is the first of us to profit Monsieur le Prince In virtue of what I have said to you If you could favor tno with an advance of a few hundred louts I could assure my family of Independence Monsieur lo Prince Monsieur le PrinceMonsieur lo Prince however was not so far behind the Austrian Var nnne followed him tugging at bis coat but Conti shook hint off sprang into his carriage and was away To the Place Veudomo ho cried to his coachman and hasten Do la Chaise aristocratic handsome and thickwitted remained alone at the table wondering what was the cause of this sudden commotion Var enne reappeared at the door wringing his is it my friend asked De la Chaise Why all this haste Why this confusion Nothing exclaimed Varenno bit terly except that every mlnuto of this day is worth a million francs Man do you knowand In his frenzy ho caught De la Chaise by the collar and hat shook him out of his usual calmman can you not see that Jean Las has brought revolution Into Paris Oh This Las this devil of a Las A thousand louts my friend a hun dred tengive me but ten louts and I will make you rich A day of miracles la here CHAPTER XXXVI TilE GREATEST NEKD Thorn sprang now with incredible swiftness upward and outward an Aladdin edifice of Illusion It was as though Indeed this gtnlus who had waved his wand tad bMdun this fairy palace ot cniniera to arise had used for his material the Intangible irides cent film of babbles light no air itlcr and wider spread the balloon of phantasm Higher and higher It Heat eilon it fixed the eycxof France Ant France laughed and asked that yet other bubbles should be blown All Franco was mad and to Its mall ness there was joined that of all Europe Tho population of Paris doubled The prices oC labor and com modltlej trebled in a day There was now non willing to be called artisan Every matt was broker in stocks Bub bles bublcs dreams fantasies these were the things all carried in their hands nnl In their hearts These made the object of their desire of their pursuit unimaginably passionate and frenzied With u leap from the somberness of the reign of Louis nil Franco went to the extreme ot levity Costumes changed Manners but late devout grew debonair Morals once lax now grew yet more lax The blaze anti tinsel the music and the rouse the wine the flowing uncounted golelall Paris might have been called a golden brothel of delirious delight tenanted by n people utterly gone mad It was a house made of bubbles Its domes were of bubbles Its roof was of bubbles and its walls Its windows were of that nacreous film Even Its foundations had naught In them more substantial than an evanescent dream of gauzelike web frail as the spiders house upon the dewhung grassed Yet as to this latter there should bt somewhat of qualification The wizard who created this fairy structure saw It swiftly grow beyond its original plan saw unforeseen results spring from those causes which were first well within his comprehension Berated by later generations as an adventurer a schemer a charlatan Law originally deserved anything but such a verdict of his public Dishon est he was not insincere he never was and as a student of fundamentals he was In advance of his age which Is ever to be accursed Ills method was but the forerunner of the modern com mercial system which Is of Itself today but a tougher faith bubble as may be seen In all the changing cycles of finance and trade Ills bank was but n portion ofa nobler dream His aye tern was but one vast belief one glori ous hope The Company of the West this it was that made John taws heart throb America its tradeIts future John Law dead now and gonehe was the colossal pioneer He saw in his dreams what we see today In reality and no bubble of all the frenzied Paris streets equaled this splendid dream of a renewed and revived humanity that Is a fact today But there came to this dreamer and doer at the very door of hla success that which arrested him even upon Ms entering In There came tho prelim inary blow which In a Hash his far seeing mind knew was to mean ulti mate ruin In a word the loose prin elIdes of a dissolute man wero to ruin France and with It one who had once saved France from ruin Philippe of Orleans found It ever dllUcult to say no to a friend and more so If that friend were a woman and- o the latter sort none had more than he Men and women alike these could all see only thla abundance of money made of paper What then was to prevent the regent nil powerful from printing more and yet more of It and Siring It to his friends The resent did so Never were mistresses bettor paid than those of Philippe of Orleans receiving In effect faithlessness In re turn for Insincerity The notes of the private bank of Law were an absolute promise to pay a contain and definite sum not a change able or Indefinite sum nn1 Lw made lta part pf his published creed that any banker was worthy of death who Issued notes without having the specie wherewith to pay them He insisted that the pairient should mean specie in tho value of the day on which the note was Issued This Item tho re gent liked Httlo as being too Irksome fqr his temper Was It not of record how fouls the Grand Monarquo had twice certain millions for himself by the simple process of chang the value of tile coin Dicing drinking amorous Philippe easy going shallowthinking truly wert thou better fitted for a throne than for a bankers chair The royal bank which the regent himself hastened to foster when he saw the profits of the first private bank of circulation nnd discount France had ever known Issued notes against which Law entered Immediately his firm pro test He saw that their tenor spelled ruin for the whole system of finance which at such labor he had erected These notes promised to pay for In stance fifty Hvres In silver coin not In coin of the weight of the standard of this day ns had the honeiter notes of Laws bank That Is to say the notes meant nothing sure and nothing definite They might be money for a time but not forever and this the directorgeneral was too shrewd a man not to know But under this Issue you shall have all France said the regent to him ono day as they renewed their discussion yet again upon this scheme You shall have the farming of the taxes I will give you all the foreign trade as monopoly If you likewill give you the mintwill give you In effect as have said all Prance But monsieur my directorgeneral I roust havn money It is for that purpose that I appoint you directorgeneralbecause- I find you tho most remarkable man In all the world Your grace said Law print your notes thus and print them to such oxt nt as you wish and France is ogan worse than bankrupt Then in deed you have worse than repudiated the debts of Prance Ah bah won droll You are ill today You have a migraine per hnps VSct ally for juU li lInl thus Franco tenth swiftly Rivn beIPrince of Oolcondn thlx morning France bankrupt Even were It does that relieve me of thi begging ol Do Prle of Parabcre and Ml the oth ers My God Monsieur Las they are like leeches They think mo made of monpy tad your grace thinks France mallet of money Nay I only think my directorIs made of money or can make It as ho likes And this was over the end of Laws reproaches and his hiliglorious thlwlnllowlove for money for Its own sake this was to ho the limit of an ambition which dealt In theories In men In na tions and not In Uvres and louls dorl Law smiled bitterly For an Instant ho was not the confident man ct action and of affairs not the min claiming with assurance the perpetual rotes tint of good fortune He sat there alone feeling nothing but the great human craving for sympathy and trust A line of carriages swept back across the street at Mi window and strla1l11I of nobles besought entrance door Anti the man who had called out all these the man for whose friendship all Europe clamored that man sat with aching heart longing craving begging now of fortune only the one thlnga friend At last ho arose his fice showing lean and haggard ltd passed Into another room Will said he I mm at a place where I am dizzy and need n hand You know what hand It means for me Can you JDwlll you tako her as you did once before for me n message I cannot go I cannot venture Into her presence Will you go Tell her It It the last time Tell her It Is the last ITo Be Continued BEATING THE WIND Inn the lnninn rrrMn Tuliosmnn Course itl M rnrlle- 9nllarriuud There are scvctal other tracks nt haves such as the Clavadel and the TichaUsalp but more Interesting ntW Is the famous Creams run nt St Moritz which lit considered to be the most ttf fictilt course of Its kind In the world and which Is undoubtedly the most carefully prepared course In Switzer land writes A Pitcairn Knowlts In Outing The run from five to six fret wile and 1300 yards long with a fill of about ISO yards Is formed In tfin shape of a grove On lither sldo tbn snow U banked up particular care Ve ing taken at the curves where tho snow Is raked at varying degrees cud the banks thus built up resemble the curve of a bicycle track The entire run In thus flanked by a wall of hard frozen snow which at some places Is nearly 20 feet high Where a road crosses the track the bank Is of course broken With tho assistance of water and a sharp frost the track when thus prepared In covered with aI coating of Ice and time great Crests Is ready to receive the eager tobogan Irs who have come from till parts of the world It la of course neither poi slblo nor desirable to make the track In one straight line In fart tho great number and the dllllulty of the curves tll1Crestators Nnettulna Wonderful Knrru NO life was ever lived at higher prcv sure than that of Macauliiy lie was not only like a boot In breeding as Sydney Smith said of him he was also like an Intellectual strim nngti Ills thirst for hnowlidgo was only rquuled by his amazing capacity for tntalulng knowledge and by his passlunato In tcrcst In all the aspects of life wish I knew as much of anything as Maoiu lay knows of everything said Melbourne and though tho epigram may hav been intended as a glbo In ap proximated to the truth To tho av erage dullard of the world It must have seemed that this tcmpesuous man was literally omniscient H t plunged Into Italian like a boy nJoVIng In a new toy ho took up Spanlsl with an appe tite growing by what It fed on and then he returned to Grck with a joy which he found Indiscrlbablc II amused himself In goli to India by learning German and mitigated the distress of a oyago aaoss to Ireland by committing Paradise Lost In memory claiming doubtless with truth that by any Inconceivable mischance the great epic wore to be ut terly destroyed tie could from the tan lets of his memory give It bask to the orldLondon News tn Rhnil A young woman at a country fcouss party one Christmas had been thrilled with delicious horrors by tale ot ghosts and hobgoblins told by curtain of her fellow guests about a generous fire Just before they separated for the plght The next morning she appeared at the breakfast table ready for departure and when pressed to explain her reason for going finally confused that she was afraid to Bleep under that root another night She said tha about midnight she was awakened by a stealthy step and to her horror earl a spectre all In white at the foot ot her bed and It raised Its clawllk hands and actually drew the covers of the bed There was no hallucination about It for time coverlld was gone While the Interest was at Its height n belated breakfaster appeared and reo liaJlastnext to mint WAU unoccupied I took the liberty of nulplng myself to an extra covering from therelQountrl- Life lu Ameiica DR V H HOBSON IDentist Jft Tvvtod Suod by His Doctor A doctor hero has sued mo for J12 f 0 which I claimed was excessive for a case of cholera uiorbus lay R White of Coacholla Cal At tho trial he praised his medical skill andmedicine I asked him if it was not Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoi Remedy he used M I had good reason to believe it was and ho would not say under oath that it was not No doctor could UM a hotter remedy than this in a case of cholera morbua it never fails Sold by S E Welch Jr Druggist W eromrUr CfirwhurerLfnrs rvwme6IMtlatrrMMKh U4 rrpurtoa pttMUMJuj SWIFT ACQ ret dLaY7m OppUa talent Olecel eeklnplono C Driven to Dooporatlon Living at an out of the way place remote from civilization a family is often driven to desperation in case of accident in Burns CutI IIUPPlylofou Drug Co D Good IOYBstment For HlTfl I will iced by rtprru mot prrpaM IktsrturTvlcgnph IIMIrrx onint with itructloru fur turning TKLKGICAril OlKUATIXG A AMlnntlnc study that will rn btjrou to wn i wawa nndfurmyTetctrsph Ltaint wbleh hsegetta- a variety ol llrtrl l hixxl lil or tot the ask- lag will loud Ttlrpiiou CaUloc HERMAN C TAFEL IVIHTTHIPIO tttrataal e7 J s r ewa 11 lv mic ae Twontyflvo Conts Will give you rest Will stop your pain and itching Paracamph ub solutoly cures Piles whether bleeding or itching Guaranteed by S EI Welch Jr Druggist J J AZBILLSI- s the place to get your Blacksmith lug done Wo hate the tools and the skillHorseshoeing BOc we are headquarters for good work and low prices come Bid HILL Pun 1 MILS EAST Burs REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea has secured a market for bomeipuo and homewoveo goods such as bed coverlids linen drew linsey jeans blankets etc at follow log prices Coverllds f4 to 10 Linen 40 to 50 teats a yard Dress Linsey CO cents a yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brows wool or bark dyes f3 a pair White linsey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Covrllds must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2J yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out whit the College wants before beginning to weave 01 ppla For information apply io per son or by letter to Mrs HeW W Graham 1IJ j Thrown From a wagon Mr George K Babcock was thrown from his wagon and severely bruised IIo applied Chnmborlaina Pain Balm freely and says it is the best liniment ho ever used Mr Babcock is a well known citizen of North Plain Conn There is nothing equal to Pain Balm for sprains and bruises It will effect a cure in onothird tho time required jf fby any other treatment For sale by S E Welch Jr Druggist I y Buggyor Carriage Harness WEATHER and fine FINE Invite YOU to drive both for pleasure and pro fit Does your Harness look oo wellas rest of your turnout or Is it shabby tIud thus detract from the iKtneralappearancef to an easy way out of it Select a new sot of Buggy or Carriage liar new from Our Large Stock at astonishingly decide to However make rellOnablet InpllrT J MOBERLY- Main St Richmond Kr Neuralgia Pains AroBomotimefl almost unbearable Iaracauiph relieves Neuralgia and Headache instantly by opening tho pores stimulating tho circulation and removing tho congestion A free application will convince you of its merits So dont suffer but keep Iaracamph in your home Your need it every day n MONUMENTS grs Msndslens ttatuarf f srslb sad HarbU Work of all kinds don in a workmanlike manner at reasonable price and with dispatch All work guar soloed b- yGOLDEN FLORA 4RICHMOND KyItbreeral Yin sod Cantu Almu f LThat Throbbing Hoadacho 1usedThousands of sufferers hnyo proved their matchless merit for Sick and j Nervous headaches They pure blood and build up your maketOnly 2G cents money bock a DruglCo j GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR ATIST LOYISj HB DBRSHIt ROUTE THE COMFORTABLE LINE THAT ISiBEYOND A DOUBT FREERECLINING CHAIR CARSt61sntuokiana ST LOUIS I Ask for our rates GEO L GARRET Tray Pstsr Art L enFassrAit J lRill 111 LOUISVJLLK KTtTHAI GONE FEELINGc TIREI PULL AMI ILUE IACKACHE AND LASSITUIE htpprwinOR CNZIMCCII BAlUmore M4 THE CITIZEN t JH4l +MIMHMHHHl The Home JBHIfll LESTER HILL Editor I I M rtHHlHlHHlHlH Dust and one Of its Dangers Just now niter no much rain wo do not feel in much danger from dust Rut just such wnrin moist times is what microorganisms Ilk mid these tiro tlio principal louder from dust uirtffIHIIIR In a long nninu for nuch tiny tiling For till exist part they aro Niimll tliat thousands of them close together would not bo largo as tlio head of n pin Yet they nro living planlH and havo tuft lower of increasing much more rapidly than woods oven whew conditions urn right Some times wo call thmn tJlrlllH instead of microorganisms Sumo germs urn linrmliws or even holpful to luau hut most of our worst diseases aro spread by germs The germ which causes coiiHtiniption small that it taken ton thousand of them placed end to end to saver an inch The nmtlor which III coughed up by a consumptive contain these gerniH HometlnieH by tho thoiiHaiidn If it is Hiit Uxiii the ground and lcoomo mixed with tho mud or dust of life utroot tho germs may lei car ried lute tho houso by tin shoos or n trailing dross Then when tho room swept they art lifted into tho air niul breathed into other lungs whoro tiny may again cause limo IliMtIIf10 Sometimes it is said a JXTHOII will surely din of consumption Is curse it ix in till family If only those keptfromtako the disease Tho lost doctors toll IIH now that certain ersonrt do loin to havo Ijodien oH ecially favor able to list growth of till coiiRiimp growIsthat this condition may IHJ inherited though tho girniM themselves cad nut If tt oplo with such a pro ills jHwition tam go when tho germs do not Hourish an in high thinly in habited regions and win ho kept away from the germs ho will not tako coiiMimption Yet uvcry consumptive lIIailK spitting out each day thousands of dte4truyeilbywhich has the xmor to start tho diwaw in the lungs of friend and foo nliko If nil tho matter which conic Irma tho IxidicH of consumptives could lic destroyed by burning or socking in discnfeclant till disease wouldsoon Ixfomo un known It is till ganio with catarrh Rut whilo people suffering from these diseases arts cnrulcHH alwut Hpitting iiHii thu tlooro and ground limo germs will Ixromo n part of tho dust which tho wind or broom will lift into tho air wo breathe HHHHHHHHHHHfrH- I The School JOHN WIRT DIHSMOBB Edit- ort1I1I1111 Remember the Choice of Her culesN Them are two atlm open to every teacher Tim first the Kith of leant rettintancc It in easy to travel Tlio teacher who chooHvx it gets nlong with what in fnrninic add does not worry tho hcluxi hoard for ntlditioiuil wiuip meat Tho books limy IKJ old and out of Into but it ill less trouble to p on using tliciu than to oHicgo tho mitlioritiifl for now nun bettor ones and run tlio risk of being called ox tnivagiint There nro ninny littlo duvicra that teacher and pupil could provide that interestIlugin tho path of least rcmRtanco 1upils perhulaand tho school board too busy to givu these limo and attention Tho teacher finds she cnn get aloud with ontllieiii surd does HO Thuro Iii an nbiindanco of good literature of various kintls that would bo of inefltiinablo value to the teach er both in her present work mid in broadening and enriching hor life nut it requires money and sacrifice and to road it takes time mid effort Tho teacher who travels in time pnth of least resistance goes without it nut jio one disturbs her HUVO her own conscience If the teacher could and would every lesson before attempt Prepare it her work would count for more infinitely more but oh limo drudgery of it Time muscles arc tired tho head aches tho mind ie wenry tho spirit lags It is easier to rest tho weary lodes mullet time morrow take euro bf itself nnd as there is none to hinder HO boit Thus runs the path of least resist ance TIm teacher who follows it in always looking for another school not from choice but necessity and usually find a poorer ono She dis likes teaching grows sour and sulky and ends by dropping into the class of tho great unknown The other is the path of urentest effort In it the teacher ilor on the alert for improvement If tho schoolroom is uncnmfortnblo he does what he can to Iwlttr it If things aro unsightly a touch lucre lull there adds much to tho apjenr anco The lest looks till most ap proved metlicxls mill necessary ratus time worM of literature II llio in the path of umtteHl furl Tho school is a workshop humming with life the teacher is time master work IlIIall ever hasp hit happy till pupils are eager to learn and the whole ucghlxrhood is quickened flue teacher is receiving fifty dollars a nayhislurs and cents You go back the next year anil lo ho is not there He has Isei called to n larger field with u higher salary Kvurylxxly wanted him to remain nod time hoard offercHl to increase his salary but ho felt tho netxl of n larger sphere amid greater rcsjKinsibilities The path of great luightwthoinr youtnuveliugJ11 DINSMOIIK WHAT HAPGOODS HAS DONE llnpgoodslets UniversityTechnical progressMoreus for capable graduates anil we wish to get in touch at once with every senior who will ho looking for n HMition in business or technical work Write nearest office for look lels Hupgoixls HU BIOI1tIII Xow York I fart ford lillgCluiigoj IViin sylvnniaUldgI hilaiiflphiaYilliam son Ultlg Cleveland IIOIKMT Itldg WIIhillgtOIlMIIIII offs Chemical Uldg St Louis Park thug Iitlhburg i111111 +HHHIHIzrllH il The Farm SILAS CREEPER MASOtf Editor IlIHIHIWATERPROOFING ROADS Till Vie of Tee tin lltnltnnr to Alxillili Jlud and l ul- Antoinohllu owners nml limo driving public an well are wiitvhliii with Inter est nn vxHrliiM nt uiiitlo nt 1Vesu thI- N J In the use of tar nprlnklxl over n mncmliiiulztMl nxullKHl to nUllxh those twin nulxiiiieeti dust sued mud In France thla Pchcino has IHCII tried It In sold for some time with much satlifnctloil to tho nutomohlllHlM Tie plus In Blmiile The Htirfiico of time time ndnmlziil road Is cleaned4f dust nnd loose inntorlnl Then IwllhiK tar Is pprlnklctl over tho road lightly nnd the ftonvnliiRH put bjick nnd rolled Time tar sinks Into tho Imnl Unl hlndlng time stone anew nUll forinliiK n new mice on top It Is claimed that It also wnter pawls Iho rniulliod nnd adds now life to It MncnilnmlKod roads turn Into dust and blow away Hutu are formetl by TAllltlNO A IIOAU IN PRANCE constnnt wear In soft spots and when It rains a pasty mud collects thnt Is Just na objectlonnblo nn la tho dust The tar sprinkling la Intended to do away With nil this In tho ox erlmcnt a plcco of nn call nnry country road sixteen feet wide just outsldo WoHtflcld N J was taken Bays time New York herald Two sections about n thounnnd feet long were used On ono tho tar was run over time rondhod with tho dust and screcnlncs Just as they lay On the otter the road was swept to tho hard aurfnce and then the tnr wits npplled In both In stances the results ncemeil to meet with time npprqvn1 of tho ronduiiikliis ex perts present Tho tar wits put on in n very criula fashion by tend from n big watering cnn It laud penetrated nearly nn Inch after beliiB on tho road only three hours and In n short tune after lt was laid thero was no trucking on It and It did not splatter on wheels driven over It Tile cost of treating n road la this WilY with tar Is estimated at between fiOO and J500 a mllo for a road sixteen feet wide This would require 3000 gal ions of tar to time mile Kentucky State News Items J HIS BROKEN ARM It Did Not Deter Welttlnger From Meeting In a Business Engagement Louisville Ky Juno 7Jlarry Wels singer prospective candidate for Unit ed Slates senator tell from his car rlago at Slielbyvlllo Monday morning and Jils left arm was broken Mr WeIssinger had a hiiBlncss engagement In Louisville and boarded a train with out waiting for medical attention Tho Injury was nttnded to horo and Mr Wclsslngor returned to his coun try homo near Shelhyvlllo where ho will rcmnln until ho recovers HEATONS DEAD BODY It Arrived Shortly After a Letter He Had Written Louisville Ky Juno 7frs Eliza- Beth Hca ton of 1215 Payne street received n letter from Washington n 0 from her husband John lent on shortly after 10 oclock Monday morning that ho would bo homo Monday An hour Inter his body arrived by express Heat on met death Saturday by falling from a fire escape he was constructing nt tho public school In Washington for tho now Wlro Co of this city Ha was 34 years old THE GOEBEL STATUE It Will Be on Inspection In Lexington This Week Lexington Ky Juno 7TlIo status of William Qoebcl to bo placed on a monument overlooking tho gravo of tho murdered governor In tho Frank fort cemetery Is to bo viewed by tho Qoebol monument committee headed by Senator McCreary hero this week It was placed on a platform by Sculptor Morrettl of Now York hero Monday for Inspection Big Mortgage Executed Lexington Ky Juno 7Tho Lox ington Hydraulic A Manufacturing Co of this city executed a chattel mort gage upon Its property to limo Amer- Ican Loan Trust Co of Iloston Mass for IGOOOOO Tho mortgage Is to secure as lease of five per cent hands the money to bo devoted to an extension of tho water works plant Ballplayers Start South Newport Ky Juno 7 William Go nlo Lewis a young ballplayer of this city left Monday for Huntsvllle Ala whoro ho has signed to play shortstop for a team In that city the balance of tho season Joo Matthews started for Chattanooga Tcnn whero bo has sign ed to play center field for a local club In that city He Declines the Call Louisville Ky Juno 7Rev Dr John Q Murray rector of St Michaels and All Angels Episcopal church of Baltimore has declined tho bishopric of Kentucky tendered him by the diocese and gives as his reason that ho believes hits duty calls him to remain In Baltimore A Large Docket Lexington Ky Juno GTho Juno criminal term of the Fayetto county court began hero Tuesay morning with 114 cases on tho docket Of these five are murder cases 62 Investment company embezzlement cases and 47 others Including felonies and misde meanors A Victim of Pneumonia Cadiz Ky June 7 Jefferson Davis Smith a prominent farmer and county politician died at his homo near Fen IIton this county of pneumonia after Illness of only a tow days Ho was a brother of Denny P Smith common wealths attornoy of this district Elevator Assured Covlngton Ky Juno 7For ten years government officials have been trying to havo an elevator placed In tho federal building Hovenuo Col lector George Llcbcrth was notified by tho officials In Washington Monday that an elevator would bo installed A Scarcity of Crates Louisville Ky Juno7on account of tho scarcity of crates strawberry slipping from Louisville which has been something enormous probably will collapse Tho stetson Is at Its height and oho crop Is the most abun dant over known Big Damage Claim Settled Newport Ky June 7The case of Dr 1 C Wadaworth against tho South Covington Cincinnati Street Railway Co for 20000 damages for personal Injuries sustained was compromised In tho circuit court Terms not malo known Colored Jockey Won Derby Louisville Ky Juno 7A cable gram was received hero Monday after noon by Richard E Miller from Jimmy Winkfield the noted colored Kentucky jockey In which It was stated that Wlnkflcld had Just won tho Warsaw Derby Two Cases of Smallpox Versailles Ky Juno 7Two men claiming to como from High Bridge Jessamine county arrived hero Sunday morning They called on Dr Parker Informing him that they wero sick Ho soon discovered they had small pox Proved Himself a Hero Louisville Ky June 7John Eck crloy 14 proved himself a hero by res cuing Joseph Drenger who had jumped In Urosllna pond near tho work house to savo John Wellenbrock who peas attacked br cramps and drowned T 5000000Cash Given Away to Users of LION COFFEEWe are going to be more liberal than aver in 1904 to users of Mon Coffee Not only will the LionHeads cut from the packages be good as heretofore for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers but In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums the same LionHeads will entitle you to estimates in our 5000000 Grand Prize Contests which will make some of our patrons rich men and women You can send In as many estimates as desired There will be TWO GREAT CONTESTSThe first contest will be on the July 4th attendance at the St Louis Worlds Fair the second relates to Total making40ooo0I Grind First Prize of 500000 iI Five 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Ky GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS ay UGETABLESandSTATIONEBY sLunch counter Agent for Langdon Bread Your patronage Is dieted T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Ky TBOXB No 73 Miller House Newly fitted up Yale and Board sad Lodging at populai t prieM Nest door to Jots i R0 Enf Prop ICain 8k Richmond Ky Williams 1 bettered prepuo than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL BEPARING promptly Clean faff tad Prawiog a specialty J Work guersitee- dI W A Williams L l MKr II 7 t + I FOR THE GIRLS SAKEi FRANK THOMAS IBy TJ HE famous Crampton diamondI hrcw back the light from facets and strange brilliant colors cnot from Its depths It was the finest stone I had ever seen in my life- I was particularly pleased with my design for the setting No other hand had touched it and I felt that the frame so to speak was worthy of the picture The ring now that It was finished was fit even to adorn the hand of Qwendolei Forrest the beauty and heiress of the season But I did not envy young Mi Crampton his fiancee In my own Nel I had a girl as good and as pretty as any in the land I was about to take the ring to Mr Nugent when Nell herself ran In She was my employers daughter and his prl vate house was upstairs over the large showroom in Clifford street It was against all custom for Nell to come down to my workshop for her father disapproved our engagement But today sho Lad not been able to resist the tempta tlon of having a peep at the Crampton diamondJust she had slipped It on her finger and was dancing about twisting her hand that the marvelous stone might catch the light the door opened and Mr Nugent entered I prepared to defend Nell from a harsh reprimand but none came lie father appeared oddly preoc cupied merely took the ring from her examined It earnestly and snapping the lid of the case down upon It placed it In his pocket and walked away Next day I was sitting at work when I saw a hansom drive up and Mr Cramp ton Jump out He came hastily Into the showroom which adjoined theone where I was sitting and where Mr Nugent wasScoundrel I heard him say and could scarcely believe my ears You thought to fool me easily by a false stone but I am as good a judge of jew els as you are You are a thief sir What have you done with the diamond I intrusted to you Mr Nugent answered In a lower voice What he said could not have made any great impression upon Mr Crampton however for he impatiently Interrupted and at last an ominous threat concerning the police reached my ears- I sat still I understood well that Mr Crampton had deliberately accused my employer of trying to palm off upon him an imitation diamond yet I knew that I had set the true stone and delivered it to Mr Nugent only yesterday My employer himself was a skilled workman though not a good designer and In the time that had elapsed between my handing him the ring and his transferring It to the owner he could have removed the stone and replaced It by another But such a bold trick to succeed the Imitation must be magnificently made and the original diamond must have been carefully measured- I had never known that Mr Nugent kept any false gems about the place and besides was it likely that a man In his position would care to run so terrible a risk Still I could not help remember Ing how haggard and Irritable he had been of late and the keen Interest that he took In the stock exchange Intelligence As I thus speculated on the astounding accusation Mr Nugent himself opend the door of the workroom Did you hear anything of whatpassed in the next room he questioned I admitted that I had lOOt course I shall be triumphantly ac quitted he answered clearing his throat huskily as he spoke Still Mr Crampton can make things disagreeable And look here Wade I havent always been as frlndly to you as I might but I can trust you Youll be an Important witness Do what you can for me for tht girls sake The words sounded strange but I was given no time to answer for at that moment Mr Crampton returned with two Scotland Yard men My employer was given Into custody and takentothe police station to be charged the detectives remaining to search the premises Late In the evening they came to me in the workroom sad holding out the ring that I had made for Mr Crampton one of them said This is your work we understand Is that the stone you set 7 I glanced at it but I only replied I dont call myself an expert In precious stones and all I can say is that this one precisely resembles in size shape and appearance the one given me to set While this statement was superficial Iy true that one glance had been enough to show me that I was not looking at the Crampton diamond The detectives left saying that I would hire to tell all I knew In the witness box abd then just as I was about to lock up the place for the night Nell came In It was the first time she had let me see her since her father had been taken awayThe face which I thought the sweetest on earth was marble white and there were dark shadows under her lashes Theres something I must say to you she panted something Ive been wild to say all day lest It should be too late but I dared not let any one suspect A month ago father confided to me that he bad lost a great deal of money and he showed me how to open a secret drawer in his Chippendale bureau If ever anything happens to me he saidl dont lose a moment but look Into this drawer throwaway everything that you will find In the left hand partition And keep what may be in the right Together we ransacked the old bureau end at length Nell touched the sprinc l i rt whlrh opened the scfett Qraavets1Arci In my breath IIharplr for thelbhtof the candle which I held Struck out iltal1 from a pile of exquisitely made tale stones which lay In a partition on the leU hand while on the right was the Crump ton diamond Involuntarily I betrayed the dreadft nature of the discovery by an cxclami- tlon for left to herself Nell would not have understood But she wa quick to comprehend and realizing tho worst she swayed staggering backward My poor father she moaned as held her lie Is ruined foreverand I too The daughter of a convicted thief Is no fit wife of an honest maul My darling You arc a wife for king and as for your father I swear to yell that I will save him yet You 1 You cannot tell you that I can and will For even as spoke an Idea lasted into DIY head which startled me by Its audacity In a moment I had thought out every dc tailI made up the stones Crampton dlr niond and all Into a packet carefull closing the secret drawer and contrh ing to getaway without being seen went straight to my trothers house In Kent managing to avoid the service of a sub poena Thus I was not present at the police court proceedings which would have meant ruin for my plan Mr Nugent was committed fortrla and meanwhile I stnld In tho country working each night In my locked room with the tools I had brought with me until the gray dawn filtered under my closed shutters When I saw ray old employer In the dock at the trial I was shocked at the ghastly change which had come over himThe evidence at first went steadily against him It was proved that he bad lost money heavily on the stock ex change Mr Crampton swore that tho stone In the ring delivered to him by Mr Nugents own hand was not his diamond One expert testified that not only was the stone he now saw not the Cramptoi diamond It was not a genuine jewel at all but a marvelous Imitation An other was not to positive He looked at tho gem through his glass turning It thli way and that declaring that In all his ex perlcnce he had never seen a false stone to cleverly executed as this Indeed hi was not prepared to swear that It was falseThis was the first ray of doubt which had been thrown by the evidence upon Mr Nugents guilt and then went Into the box I was cool now for the game I had gone Into had cost me many a qualm of conscluice nut I had no In tention of cheating Mr Crampton swearing falsely or tarnishing my personal honor The preliminary question of the prosecuting counsel brought out the fact that- I had designed the rings setting and done all the work upon It What sort of a stone was It your em ployer gave you to set was the next QuestionAn extremely valuable white dia mond I replied Do you swear that you set the genuine stone and delivered the ring when fin ished to the prisoner I do Do you consider It possible that stone night have been taken out and an imitation one substituted Certainly nut I could tell whether the ring had been tampered with slnc It left my bands Take this then examine It and form the court if that Is the stone you Ie tThe ring was handed to me and a hush fell upon the court The kind of lull which denotes that a vital point In a cato ias been reached I put my hand In my waistcoat pocket for my jewelers glass and the sharpest eye could not have seen that I also drew forth a new ring made In the secret hours of the nightan exact counterpart at the other save that It contained the real Crampton diamond- I pretended to examine the imitation with great care while all eyes were fixed upon me At length I returned the class to my pocket and with It the ring with the false stone I could hear my heart beating but hanging to the court fader the new ring I said firmly In reply to the snappish Well of the pros ruling counsel I swear unhesitatingly that the set ing of this ring has not been tampered with and that this Is the genuine diamond which was given me to set A rustle went round the room the doubting expert pricked up his ears the prosecuting counsel with Mr Cramp ton and the treasury solicitor were hlspering over the ring You honor said the counsel I ask ermlsslop to recall the expert- I stepped out of the box and the expert tepped In The new ring was put into ill hand a friendly ray of sunshine lighting up the jewel This is remarkable he said at last It Is the fast time I have ever made A mistake This stone U genuine I cannot doubt It And so the prisoner was free But when the verdict of Not guilty WM pronounced a faint groan echoed It and a dead man was taken from the dock A spasm of the heart had proved fatal Six months later Nell and I were married On our honeymoon we were walk- Ing in a lane near Iltracombe when we ame face to face with Mr Crarapton- ho was stopping with his bride in a neighboring country house Ah Mr Wade he exclaimed I arent seen you since that mysterious tse of mine Do you know I have alway thoughtof youaSft veryclever ianr Thank youIld quietly Will yon allow me to present you to my wlfeth only daughter oMbe late Mr Nugent Mr Crampton raised his eat bone keenly at pretty Nell shook bands wha- us both and murmured Ali IUI1 krstaadl- l cW I THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson in the International Series tae I June 12 1004 Christ Crucified THE LESSON TEXT Mark 159GOLDEN TKXTChrlit died for our ulna according to the Scrlpturca l Coi 153OtTLINE or sciurrnu SECTION Jesus Crucifixion J7StJesus CruclnalonMnrk ISZIU Jesus Crucifixion Luke 216 TlMBKrlday April 7 A D3O brJtoruaaJmNOTES AND They bring Him COUmNTSIgotha It was execution The nor Is tho location of Gettnemnm though both are pointed out today It Is possible however that the location just outside the city wall on the north Is correct The place of a skull Si called because of its resemblance to a skull Our word calvary is from the Latin calvaria skull Wino mingled with myrrh Sometimes supposed to have been a drink prepared to deader the pain of the sufferer but neither the priests nor the executioners seem to have been anxious to spare Him pain Compare Matt 2734 where lie tastes ii and then rejects It It had simply beer another attempt to torture Him In hit Intense thirst by offering Him sonic thins which looked like refreshing drink but was not They crucify Him Ilj nailing Him to the cross while It lay upon the ground and then raising it and dropping It Into tho Rocket prepared for It Crucifixion was then whathanging Is today the most disgraceful death 1I man rould die and at the same time the most painful The suffering of the vie Urn grew steadily worse till death came not from a mortal wound but from tin maddening pain and from hunger and thirst The last hours of execution were the wont and these owing to Ills early death Jesus was mercifully spared It was the third hour Nine oclock In the morning Tho superscription ol His accusation It was common to put a placard above the head of a crucified man stating his crime Pilate could not resist the temptation to make the placard read so as to hurt the pride of the Jews all he could On this point read John 191922 In studying this section compare the attitude of the crowd even of the idle passersby vtlfh their ridicule and sneers with that of the dying man upon the cross Jesus spoke reven times dur ing the ordeal Study His spirit from those utterances The first word trout the cross was Father forgive them for they know not what they do Luke 2330 the second Verily I say unto thee Today shall thou be with me In Paradise Luke 2342 the third Woman behold thy ont Be hold thy mother John 1927 When the sixth hour was come wuIsuns an eclipse since an eclipse at paoverItime that Is at full moon Is sibility The conjecture clouds hid the sun Is common and is as suitable u any other Whatever the cause the evangelists raw in It a token of natures awe at the death of the Son of Godpror Rush nhees At the ninth hour Three oclock In the after noon The fourth word from the cross ha Thou 2211Ithad lived in the atmosphere of the He brew scriptures all His life slioulS ex press the feeling of desolation and loneliness wMch swept over His soul In the words of the precious Psalm It was only a feeling however a truly human cry and Jesus did not for a moment be- lIeve that God had forsaken Him The filth word was I thirst John 1928 The sole expression of bodily suffering The sixth It is finished John 1930 and the last Father Into Thy hands I commend My spirit Luke 2346 He knows that the Father has not forsaken Him And ro with Ills thought still for others In the very hour of Ills death Jesus finished ills mission and attained rest The spectacle of ills death impresses UK almost more than His life with Ills divinity and we In stlnctlvely worship The veil of the temple was rent In two The great cur tain 20 feet long and 30 broad be tween the Holy place and the Holy of Holies The old mystery surrounding Israels God bad vanished the age of typeshad passed the Holy of Holies was opened to every believer On the words of the centurion read the R V margin which II undoubtedly correct LITTLE SPUM A false prophet always wants a full profit If you are a live lighthouse you do not need a whistle Whatever Christ can do In one man tie can do in the race God putt up fences to keep the enemy out M well as to keep the saints In- A lelflsh church has no more chance of Gods blessing than a selfish man The worm that works In the trunk li always advertised somewhere on the ranches The man who Identifies himself with the dollar sign for many years U apt to become crooked The man who fails while trying to- do good has pore honor than he who succeeds by accident The existence of a few weeds li no argument for the rejection of tho whole garden It is never safe to trust Gods busl ness to the man who neglects his own Itla a dark day for the race when insatiable greed becomes the mark of greatnessMany man who will warm up recommending his favorite cough cure will cool oft considerably when he gets around to Ills religion Rims lJora a 70-J J W11t Oimtttmt of ufcn 1iiitntttttwrr Uiftt9it By WM W SMITH 4 Chancellor of the Itandolph Macon System ffi HU editors of Whos Who in America have induced more than 10000 of the men now living in the United States who arc most notable in all departments of usefulness and reputa tble endeavor to report their education These men have won enviable distinction and the facts they give will help answer the questions Docs education help one to success and What amount of school training helps most According to the last census there are in the United States MOMOJ males over 30 years old The United Strict bureau of education estimates that these are divided educa tionally as follows Class i without education 1757023 Class 2 with only common school training or trained outside of organized schools 12054335 Class 3 with regular high school training nddcd 657432 Class 4 with college or higher education added 325613 Omitting the few persons under 30 years old the report from 10704 notables shows Without education none selftaught 24 hometaught 278 with common school training only 1066 with high school training 1627 with college training 7709 of whom 6129 were college graduates That is From the 1757023 of Class I no notable reported Front the 12054335 of Class 2 came 1368 one for every 8812 24 of these report themselves as selftaught 278 as privately taught From the 657432 of Class 3 came 1627 one for every 404 From the 325613 of Class 4 cane 7709 one for every 42 It thus appears That from 1800 to 1870 the uneducated boy in the United Slates failed entirely to become so notable in any department of usefulness anti reputable endeavor as to attract the attention of tilt Whos Who etliurs and that only 24 selftaught men succeeded 2 That a boy with only a common school education had in round numbers one chance in 9000 3 That a high school training increased this chance nearly2t times 4 That college education added gave the young man about ten times the chance of a high school boy and 200 tines the chance of the boy whose training stopped with the common school 5 That the A 13 graduate was preeminently successful and that the selfeducated man was inconspicuous From the nature of the case it camvot be claimed that these classi fications arc exact but they arc based upon the fullest statistics ever obtained and the necessary estimates have been maths by government experts It is also doubtless true that other circumstances contributed to the success of these trained men but after all reasonable allowances arc made the figures force the conclusion that the more school trainitrg the American boy of that period had thegrcatcr were his chances of distinction How will it be in this century- It is unnecessary to extend this inquiry to woman Education is practically her only door to eminence wIlt 3Editnrial Jug By HENRY WATTERSON Editor Loultvlll CourUr Journal B The editorial page ofa is valuable in the degree that it the reader di gest the news It should either be re formed or Under a certain spell which has crept upon the modern it is becoming if it has not already Income a rather useless appendage 4 not even ornamental erminding one of those clusters of artificial flowBT Y ers which at the more pretentious railway eating houses arc supposed ito decorate the tables and to deceive the wayfarer Yet ought the editorial page after the exhilaration the distractions and excitements of the news page to be as a raised dais in the center of a great hall a scat of rest and charm an elevation from which to survey the passing show having its lights the better to set forth this passing show and its ready chorus to explain it Disinterestedness being the soul good humor is the solar system of the editorial page which should be held subject to these precepts Write ofa man nothing you would not say to his face and might not say in the hearing of decent people Avoid equally and intimidation making no suggestion you arc not prepared to reduce to assertion and to sustain with proof The leading article being the rationale of the most important and interesting piece of the days news should have a beginning a middle and an end should be concise and incisive j seeking to assist the reader in his effort to comprehend the situation Satire should keep within the bounds of the probable wit under the restraints of sense and even invective shorn of adjective and adverb and to the waistshould strikeout from the shoulder to hit only above the belt The pert paragraph should be allowed to die a natural death No flowersThe editorial page thus conceived and executed thus inspired and partitioned could not fail to impress itself upon the thought of the time at once a power and a feature an arm of the service and a commercial assetAlJiirt wrap jufrio By JOHN LAUGHLIN Member Executive Board of the hotel M na- AiMClttlon newspaper aids to abandoned newspaper adjusted intimation stripped Statistics showing the wholesale and too fre quently loss of valuable lives from hotel confla grations iu the past 25 years are so appalling that they almost stagger human credence We cannot nay may not close our eyes to the fact that an Immense proportion of these horrible calamities arc caused by gross negligence 4 with an almost utter disregard of even the ordinary methods of proper protection to hotel guests aside from those which tle laws afford and Should compel Hence it is up to the honorable hotel men themselves to bring abont a thorough and radical reform in this direction and that they can do it if they set about it in the right manner no sane person among them for a moment has a doubteFiretrap hotels are not only a great menace to any community but they are a distinct reflection upon the legitimate importrnt and expen sive hotel business itself so that in the interest of this important indus try as well as human life these should be peremptorily closed and per man ntly or their owners compelled to comply with the laws in render Lag them as safe as it is possible to make thrnv i nnn nnnn lWATER POWER FOR A FARM You May Catch the Idea and Make It Useful for Your Own House and Darn friend of mine has a useful contriv tfonce by which water la utilized as a power for light mechanical work like pumping stirring a vat of cream scaring away birds etc It consists of a hole balanced upon a pivot or bolt to one end of which Is suspended a weight and to the other a water bucket This bucket Lae a large auger hole In Its bottom forming a rough valve the stem of which utrnovisED WATKII rownii projects an Inch or two through tho bot tem See cut The motion Is that of a walking beam Pint tho weight draws up the bucket Water running Into the bucket nlll It and Itl weight carries It down lifting the weighted end When It strikes the ground the valve Is forced up letting the water out Relieved of Its weight the bucket rites only to and descend again The valve In the cut shows the loose plug with a head that colnpletcs the bucktt valve It has a pin or spike through Its lower end so it cannot rise too high and float away It Is held down by water until forced up from below Thin little power Is quickly constructed end Is qultn effective for light uses Penn Journal ROADS FOR MIDDLE WEST ManyTrlendsboring States In many parts of tho middle west there Is as great need of road Improvement as any whtre she In the world and It Is no wonder that the p oplo of thus section Lave rote Into the good rood move went with enthusiasm A slate good roods convention has jolt been held at Springfield and although It Is the busy season with the farmers there was an attendance of stout 200 delegates besides many via itors Senator Iallmcr of South Caro line was the principal speaker and he delivered an able and eloquent address Naturally he devoted considerable attention to the principle of national aid as embodied In the bills Introduced Into congress by himself and Col IJrownlow of Tenneiieo The senator is strongly YCf the opinion that the government contribute tome of Itl surplus revenues to aid tho states In building rood road and ho has many cogent rea lons to offer In support of that propotl tlon At the dote of hili address Sena tor Latlmer asked all present who agreed with him to stand up and all but three or four sprang to their fret There wan tome opposition however led by Jrof Baker of the State university and a protracted dlicurslun followed In which the profeteor came off decidedly second belt One of the great obstacles to road provement In some parts of the Mlstls ilppl vallry Is the scarcity of material for building roads In large portions of Illinois Iowa Arkansas and several other states there Is neither stone nor gravel All the material used In surfac log hard roads lisa to be shipped In which adds considerably to tho expense Jut the bottomlcts mud roads of there sections are such a burden that people are willing to tax themselves heavily to secure relief If the national aid plan should be adopted the next few years will lee an enormous Improvement In the loads of the middle west Where there la good local material considerable progress has already been made In Missouri there are hundreds of miles of flue hard roads The same may be said of Minnesota In some Io calitlee excellent road have been built of mining slag Gravel is employed where available and In southern Illi nois deposits of novacullte are drawn upon and tome very fine roads have been constructed from this material On tbo whole however It must bo Bald that only a beginning has been made and the agricultural Industries of this r ctlou ore greatly hampered by the expense and difficulty of getting arm products to icurket Grain for Cow on Pasture It will pay to feed some grain to the cows on pasture unless conditions are exceptional The amount fed In the tbetdairymen In country aro doing this though they are not getting their money back for it in the summer time But their cows go Into winter with snore Vigor and are healthier as a rule for the rood Bummer treatment they have received It Is simply one way uf investing money for the future Ita results are not teen so much In the milk pall OR experienced In various ways In the thrift of the calf that it born later and In the ability of the mother to make the mast of the food cn her In tie winter Faro ere Iecirdl GOOD CARE IS IMPORTANT Poor Cows Frequently Are Improved by Comfortable Quarter and Suitable Rations Mud In being said In all thn dairy pat pers on tho dual purpose cow nnd much does depend upon the brcedTwt does not a very great deal depend upon tho care the cow receives and upon the milkman 7 asks a milk maid in tho Epltomlet This is a very pointed query and may be answered very emphatically In the af firmative Some farmers think that the care expended upon the milk cow Is just ro much time lost and that the can be fed on Just anything and If she then gives small quantities of milk that there Is no use wonting good Teed upon her This Is a very grave mistake as a poor milk cow Is often Improved by comfor table quarters and good feed and the best of dairy cows neglected will glvo very little milk Oood teed and care not only cause an Increased flow of milk but a richer product I have seen milk from neglected cons that Instead of having a thick rich cream on top had only a thin whitish covering of cream and for the dairy was not worth attending to A milk cow rBould never bo condemned until given n trial by at leant two milker as often the trouble Is more with the milker than with the cow One cow that has been mill Cd regularly for weeks by one milker gave one quart of milk when calf was large enough to wean when by accident a change of milkers proved her an excellent dairy row and that the calf had been given an unnecessary amount of milk night and morning simply because the milk man did not care to attend to his work veryImportantwander around In mud knee deep In winter It more than likely that she will not give enough milk to pay for the milking It will not pay to keep your own cows and buy your butter half the time There Is more waste here than on most anything else on the farm A ten dollar calf runs off with J20 worth of cream and milk while the fatally do without cream milk and butter WASTE IN DAIRY FARMING No Other Branch of Agricultural In dustry Shows So Much Loss in LAbor and Money The keynote to profitable dairy farm Ing Is to be found In a close study and mastery of economic effort of labor We do not believe there Is a business on earth where there Is as much waste of labor time and money as Is found on the average dairy farm of the country There Is the waste of poor cows the waste of unscientific feeding pouring costly food untulttd to the purpose of economic milk production Into the cows and waste of unhealthy food and disease breeding stables the waste of poor methods of soil culture and Its conse quent waste of fertility the waste of poor care of young animals In the first year of their lives whereby they ate not worth half as much In the market and finally the great waste of brain and thought or rather the waste that comes item a tuck of brain and thought Such a host of men there are who prefer to be Ignorant of what It means to be a good economical farmer who are contented an can be In having no hunger or thirst for the knowledge that shall build them up and make frat clae men and farmers of them From one end to the other of It sue cessful dairy farming calls for a man who has to much pride In the mastery of his business In till possession of Important Ideas and methods as have the best professional men In the country Such a dairy farmer will be ashamed to be found Ignorant or have bin eons Ignorant of what science is doing for him Such men are the ones who slow the largest profits and who win besides honor and tame among men Hoard Dairyman CRATE FOR MOVING STOCK Saves Lots of Time on Farms Where a Number of Hogs and Calves Are Kept I find that In moving such stock as hogs sheep and calves much time le saved by having a crate on wheels such at U shown In cut The crate Is mount ed on wheels to permit its being used like a wheelbarrow The animals are WHEELED MOVING CRATE driven In at door shown the door closed and the crate wheeled away Any old wheels may be used such as cultivator wheel or even old buggy wheels If theae are not to be bad wheels may be readily cawed out ofjjcebalfor oneInch boards placed together the cross way of grain to prevent tpllttlng Haltton KIWeitlnftiioure In Farm and Home Feh Meat in Africa A recent traveler In South Afrca says that many kind of meat are eaten there which no one In this country would think of eating some of which are very palatable even to a fastidious AngloSaxon taste Among ttoi which he considers especially dellelouIhe mentions the giraffe the zebra and tho guinea fowl found baked elephants trunk bakedIyoung elephants foot and mug calf bacon excellent eating the African dishes which do not ap peal to an Amwlcan taste may be m nUoned lions ostrlche alllftaton Ud lhaLM TWO CARS COLLIDE Six Jcrsoiis Dead nnd About a Dozen Injured All Those Killed Were In the Smoking Compartment of the Passenger Car and Death Came Instantly Norwalk 0 June 3ln an accident on the lake Shore electric railroad six persons were killed and a dozen or more badly hurt late Thursday after noon as the result of a collision be tween an east bouid font electric pas senger car and a westbound package freight car at Wells Corners a few miles east of this city The dead Charles Peck Lorain 0 W W Sherwood Garrettson 0 Nell Sullivan an inspector of safety appliances for the Interstate commerce commission Binghamton N Y HaIP1IWllllnmil JUrhllTaylorquite distant from any Immediate means of communication and assist ance was sent from Norwalk where every physician and nurse In the city wan called Into service and hurried to the place of the accident on a special car When tho Injured had been attended to they were placed on a car and brought to this city All those who were killed were In the smoking compartment of the pas longer car and death came Instantly the bodies showing no sign of lIfo when the rescuers went to work after they had recovered from the first shock of the accident Tho injuries of several of those are tallyJust so serious that they may burtI why the accident occurred iu not known Superintendent Strelar of arlrivedwill make a thorough Investigation The cars were the largest type of suburban electric ears and they weroI smashed to pieces tho freight ing broken In two Both were run ning at high speed when the collision occurred MKINLEY SOUVENIRS Distribution Made to Contributors to the Memorial Fund Cleveland 0 June3rfhe distribu lion of 37000 souvenirs to Cleveland ThursIdaying On Its face le a portrait of the dead president the McKinley home at Canton tho white house at Washing ton and a figure of Columbia holding n palm branch over the head of the for finer chief executive The reading matter on the certio rates states that has contributed- to the fund for the erection of the na tional memorial at Canton 0 in hon or of William McKinley The ccrtifi cats bears four elgnatures William R Day president M A Hanna vice president Myron T Herrlck treas urer Hyerson Ritchie secretary ON SOCIALISTIC LINES An Industrial Training and Educa tional School to Be Established St Clair Mich Juno 3Negotla tions are under way for the purchase of a 100 acre tract of land on the St Clair river just south of here for tho establishing of an Industrial training and educational Institute which will represent an Investment of 500009 In a measure It will be a philanthropic enterprise conducted along socialistic lines Parker H Sercombe of Chicago le the originator of the plan and among the men mentioned as his asso elates aro Clarence Darrow and Prof Oscar Trlggs of Chicago and Hanford Henderson of Chicago It Is proposed to make the Institute eventually self sustaining through tho marketing of the products of the students whose time will be equally divided between common school work and work of a practical and productive nature Prohibition Candidate For Governor Lansing Mich June 3At the prohibition state convention Thursday 63 uninstructed district delegates to the national convention were elected A full state ticket headed by Samuel Dickey of Albion for governor was nominated Discovered a New Microbe Naples June 3Pror Schren the discoverer of life crystal gave a public demonstration Thursday that he found In a new microbe which causes phthisis a microbe quite different from that causing tuberculosis Wireless Communication Honolulu June STbe United States hospital ship Solace leaving here for Guam Island made wireless telegraph tests and kept In communication with the apparatus of the cruis er New York for 70 miles Donation to a College Lindsburg Kan June 3Col C A Smith a millionaire lumber dealer of Minneapolis who Is hero attending the commencement exercises of Bethany college announced that he would give 100000000 feet of lumber to the college IFell a Distance of 2000 Feet Mex June 3W F Clarke a wellknown mining superln tendent ilipped on a trail leading iron Mlnaa Neuva to La Ffcma Wed netday pied feU a diataacetofihaly2r 000 feet beta 1nItDtgk1Ue4 s NECESSARY EXPENDITURES FOR ONE TERM ia Weeks IOHOOL EXPEN8E8da Gut Atl ol term Couere UeldttUl Hornsl P Books pipeestimated Total used txpeaus Acid INorm AD ScPa- Nrmal A Gram Model kbool 5a17 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Juski county is a guest at the homo of her son Tutor C D Lewis G W Gentry find family and fath er Pleasant Gentry of Red Lick arc guests of S C Lewis und family i 0 C Coylo wife and baby of Augusta Ky are spending the week with Mr Coylos father Judge T J Coyle andIlhrhleTuesday evening Gabbardon his way home from Louisville where he had been to buy goods for his store ill Owsloy county toppedofT hero Saturday and renewed old acquaintances Bert Cornelius has returned homeI after completing his second year in the Medical College at Louisville He is accompanied by his classmate Will Gibson who will la his guest until after CommencementI Mr Burritt Van Winkle and Miss Mattie Bales were married Monday at 7 oclock p in at the homo of time bride The wedding was a very quiet affair only the immediate relatives of presentFwill represent Berea College and time local V M C A at tho Students Conference to be held near Asheville X C June 10 to 10th They will leave tonight Thursday on tho speciallentuck train which runs through to tho place of meeting Mrs Julia S Hunting and daugh ter lichen formerly of Berea but now of Northfield Mass accompani ed by Mrs Sophia Hodges were visitors last week at Yale University New Haven COlin tho guests of Mrs Huntings son Harold Mr Hunting has completed his course in the Yale Divinity School and has accepted call as assistant pastor of Plymouth Church MinncaK lis inn the leading congregational church of the Northwest of which Rev L H Halleck D D is pastor Mr Hunting is a graduate of Berea College class of DJ and of Yale class of 0t He made an enviable record uponhisfor a brilliant future- Commencement Visitors As wo go to press tho following mcm1crs of time Alumni are hero to attend the Alumni reunion Mr E F White of St Paul Minn class of 81 accompanied by his wife DcI 11 C Tinsloy of Nicholasville class of 00with his wife Dr W E Barton of Oak Park 111 class of 85 J MT Rovers Philadelphia class of 7H G W DcHof Middlesboro Kbclass of 02 Rev James Bond of Nashville Tenn class of 02 An additional list will be given next weekCMiss Rose McFarren of Pile HmC Rockcastlo county is the palest of her sister Nell Hon Addison Ballard of Chicago arrived Saturday and is entertained at flio Presidents house Mr Joseph M Rogers tho hrilI liant journalist of Philadelphia class of 1870 arrived Monday Mr Samuel Daily of Nowtsll Pullaski county is the guest of his Arthur Daily who is a student hero Mrs L B Stratton of Atwalor Ohio is visiting her son John C Stratton of the College graduating class Miss Lizzie Williams of tho RenC for class is entertaining Nor couKinsI Mr and Mrs Win M Parsons of Now Haven Conn this wlUkC midcare the guests of1r Gambles brother W C Gamble und wiCot ShopvilloPulaski mencement week with his son liar ry who has been in school hero tho past year ClarlulllllrgInd ofjho week and is being entertained aHho homo of Rev and Mrs II J Dertiilck L t tiiai j i Arthur SulTern formerly a student here hut connected with Williams burg academy at Williamsbnrg Ky is slinking hands this week with his many friends here Time Commencement guests at Prof and Mrs L V Dodges are Mrs G M Patterson and daughter Helen of Lancaster and Miss Nina E Lamson of Annado Now Mexico a sister of Mrs Dodge who was a student here 8388 At the home of Mr and Mrs S G Hanson are heingentortaillltl this week Mr and Mrs Will Hanson amid children of Winchester and flurry Fitch u medical student at Miami CincinnatiMeredith Gabbard who has leei employed at tho Worlds Fair Ground at St Louis for tho past lire months en route to his homo in Own Icy county oil hero Saturday for commencement and while here is the guest of his brother Taylor Maj II P of Cincinnati who has been detained from attending the Trustee meetings by absence from homo and illness for some years is here this year and has been attending time final examinations and renewing acquaintance with the In stitution and its workers Miss Ellen Click a graduate in last years Normal class has just finished years teaching in the American Missionary Assn school at Athens Ala and is spending n week hero After Commencement she goes to her home at Mulberry Gap Trim She has accepted position as teach er for next year in Grind View Academy Grand View Tenn Mrs J D Sever accompanied by Miss Mabel Tousley arrived Thursday for a visit with her daughter Miss Editha who is instructor in sowing hero Mrs Siecr and Miss Tousley are teachers in the Allen In dustrial Home at Asheville N C Miss Tousley went on to her homo at Wharton 111 Friday but Mrs Speer remains until utter commenco men t IIIIIHIHIIII College Items HERE AND THERE fIH I I+H 11 11 I I H+I I iI14 An important and highly commendatory article uponlltuclI College appears in the Juno Numlx of the Missionary Review of tho World Tho senior class academy exhibi tion was given Saturday night Eaoh of the eleven members of the class acquitted himself very creditably Tho personell of the class is found on our first page thus issue Miss J M Baker superintendent- of time Chinese mission at Jacksonville Fla enrouto to Nor homo in Utica Ia spent from Thursday un til Monday hero with her friend Miss Edith Speer Ching Wah who is in school horo now was formerly pupil of Miss Baker at the mission Tho anniversary meeting of tho Literary Societies of Berea College occurred at the Tabernacle Friday night Each of tho six societies was represented by two members Tho program was unusually long but was so well arranged and freo from monot oily that the large audience enjoyed every moment of it Providence was gracious in that tho health of Dr and Mrs J A R Rogers permitted them to bo with us again this year They lire guests at the lens resident and Mrs frost where they will be glad to meet their friends Dr Rogers preached tho Baccalaureate sermon Sunday and Pros Frost followed in in inspiring charge to tho graduat ing class An interesting sketch of Dr Rogers will bo given next week Tho Harmoiiia society gave its uinual concert Monday night rcilder CityTimedivided among tho different parts that the choruses were exceedingly veil balanced and this with tho byDirlCtorjiofiocicty to give one of the best nusical entertainments over given in Uurea Though all the solos were sung by Borea talent nil wore well mind demonstrated the fact that Boroa does not need to go outside for her soloists Tho lust gauge of the season was played Saturday when tho Varsity layed tho colored team of Boron College and won by 8 to 5 in a ten inning game Tho game was close thetenthsar Mss e ssea IM O Fxw r r lOoredlbo8game in tho field The score poEnutlOttv 6112KunletmS 337Match lb 3 10 Hum If 6200Racer 3b 5 3 nslmmeab 2 0 Kirk rl 41 0 0 lhe1p cJ 3201 Total 4117 sb poIu1orrvllni I 2 WIIImrl1I 204H llcrrrlb4 204AITItiuSbS 233rSmlthtf4 2 0 Ar Tilus 2 0 KWuTcf 4102terry u3 I Total 15ItI cJ Two Ar hnr Titus Kirk 1ostlewalt ntnlett Struck out by ibsilewsit Iv Ifrelies 2 faro on balltulf oil roMlo watt 3 lilt by pitched bull 1lclpx Double lVreclIc and II Berry Time l hour ImiilroSlmpMm INFERNAL MACHINE Thirteen Men Killed in an Explo sion at the Railroad Station Independence Col SEVEN OTHERS SERIOUSLY HURL AH time Victims Except Two Were Non Unlon Minors Employed at tho Fludldy Mine Rioting Broke Out In Victor Col Forty Shots Fired Into a Crowd and One Man Was Killed and Others Wounded Cripple Creek Juno 7 Thirteen men wero killed by the explosion of an Infernal machine at tho railroad sta lion In Independence Monday and soy en others were seriously Injured Eleven were killed outright and two died later from wounds All tho killed and Injured with tho exception of two men from tho Deadwood mine were nonunion miners employed on tho night shift of tho Flndlay mine Tho men had quit work at 2 IL m and were waiting to board a suburban train on the Florence Crlpplo Creek railroad and return to their homes In Crlpplo Creek and Victor Just after tho en glncor of tho approaching train blow his whistle as a signal to tho miners according to custom a terrific explo lion occurred underneath tho station platform on and near which 26 men were gathered Tho platform was blown Into splinters tho station was wrecked and a hole 20 foot In circum ferenco and about aa many toot In depth was torn In tho ground Fragments of bodies wero hurled through space for several hundred feet and la ter were picked up still quivering Bodies Blown to Pieces Some of tho bodies dropped into tho pit made by the explosion but heads hands ears legs arms and trunks wero strewn about on all sides Pieces of flesh wero found on buildings feet away and bloodstained everything within a radius of 60 feet The forco of tho explosion was felt throughout the camp and tho crash awakened everybody Tho approaching train was stopped and tho train crow wero tho first men to reach the scene of tho dis aster They were joined In a fow min utes by hundreds of persons and relief work was begun at onco A spoclal train was sent from Crlpplo Creek car tying physicians nurses officers and many others but when it reached In dependence tho injured had already been placed on board tho suburban train and removed to tho hospital at Victor Tho mangled bodies of tho dead pieced together as well as pos sible wero removed to tho coroners office EXPLOSION WAS DEAFENING The Earth Seemed to Heave Under the Station Platform IL W Vanatta ono of the Findlay miners who had a remarkable escape from death In describing tho explo sloe said Tho earth seemed to heave under the platform and station and tho noise made was deafening Wb had boon at tho station about two minutes when the explosion occurred I was thrown through tho air shout 75 foot Thorn wero about 25 men on tho platform and most of thorn wero nonunion minors who workod on tho Findlay The Shurtloff shift had not yet reached tho station but was hurrying down tho hill Had these men reached tho platform the casualty list would have boon doubled Thoro must have been 800 pounds of powder used and It must have been set off by an electric spark or a revolver as tho minors would have smelled the fuse If ono had been used Description of the Infernal Machine The infernal machine with which tho diabolical work was done consisted ot- a quantity of dynamite estimated at 100 to 800 pounds a loaded revolver and a long slender steel wire attached to tho trigger Tho revolver was fast ened so that tho pulling of tho trigger would not draw It away Tho wlro ran from under the station to tho cribbing of the Delmonico property about 400 feet away whore Its end was fastened to a rung of a choir The dynamite was placed closo to the muzzle of tho revolver which was discharged by pulling tho wire when tho engineer blow his whistle Tho ball from tho revol ver exploded the dynamite A man was teen running down tho hill from the Delmonico after the explosion THE TROOPS ORDERED OUT bloodhounds Will Be Used In Trailing tIN Awaisln lrThe Victor troop who were ordered out by Uiyor cbWere ao station 4JM to Iteoj p frpm laaalng over U a f nn accident Later Coroner Doran ox plained that although ho had spoken of tho disaster as an awful accident ho was convinced that a terrible crime had been committed Sheriff Robertson Resigns His Office Crlpplo Creek Col Juno 7WIUI out explanation and with a suddenness that has caused great surprise Sheriff Henry M Robertson Monday afternoon resigned his position and Edward hell was named to succeed him by tin memlbelCity Marshal OConnell of Victor has sworn In a largo number of spo clal policemen who are patrolling time streets with shotguns Many union men have armed themselves Mil say they will resist with violence any nt tempt to run Ulon but of town ns Is proposed Detectives have been engaged to shadow tho movements of ov ery prominent union leather In the campA squad of soldiers under tho com mand of Maj II A Naylor Monday aft ernoon notified all hardware ahd gun stores In Victor not to sell any firo arms or ammunition without an order from him or tho police authorities anti then to take time name and description of tho purchaser The demand will bo complIed with A RIOT AT VICTOR COL A Mass Meeting Broke Up In a Freer For AII Fight Victor Col Juno 7 lUotlng broke out in this city Monday afternoon while a mass meeting was being held to discuss tho murder of 12 nonunion minors by means of an Infernal machine at Independence For ty shots wero fired into tho crowd In tho street Ono man was killed and six persons at least Injured- Secretary Clarence C Hamlln of tho Mine Owners association concluding a short address said I want to hoar what the boys In tho mines have ot- to say about this trouble WIlliam Hoskins a union miner from Ooldflcld threw up his hands and shouted Let mo talk At this tho crowd began to hiss Hoskins and cry Put him out A freeforall fight followed and shoot ing began Most of tho shots wero di rected skyward Hoeklna fell with n bullet In his body and tho crowd scat tered in every direction Innocent Spectator Killed Secretary Hamlln who had been standing on a wagon kept talking un mindful of tho hall storm of bullets that whizzed about his head After tho first excitement had somewhat cleared away tho Injured and dying were gathered up It W McGee of Victor who was Instantly killed had been standing on an embankment 30 toot above the men who had been flght fag and was an innocent spectator- An oye witness maid of tho shooting 4I saw thom carry throe men away ono shot through tho head and another through the arm I think that more than five wore shot A pitched battle Is looked for at any moment There aro 5000 men on tho streets and union men aro arming themselves and lined up on the coy ners of Fourth and Victor avenues PRESIDENT APPEALED TO Citizens of Telluride Col Appeal For Protection Tellurldo Col Juno 70 A Float en ono of tho proprietors of tho Peo plos supply storo M J Sullivan sec rotary of tho local minors union and Tony Roll a bartonder who havo been advised by tho military authorities to leave San Miguel county havo retain ed Congressman H IL Hogg as coun sel and acting under his advice have decided to remain here until forced to leave The following telegram has been sent to President Roosevelt at Washington to which no reply as yet has been received Have boon ordered to leave our homes by Juno 7 but do not Intend to go We as citizens of tho United States demand your protection under tho constitutional rights The civil courts would protect us but they aro powerless The governor will not pro toot us O A Floaten M J Sullivan Denver Col Juno 7Ifhe Western Federation of Miners will Investigate tho dynamite outrage at Cripple Creek At tho session of tho fedora tions convention Monday a committee consisting of C O Mitchell of South Dakota 0 Mahoney of Montana and Harry U Lano of Nevada was ap- poInted to go to Cripplo Creek district and make a thorough investigation of the affair and to spare no ono in Its report THE MARKETS Flour and Grain Cincinnati Juno GFlourWInter patent 510630 fancy J47C0480 family I4042G extra I33C03CC low grade 2000320 spring patent I5100C40 fancy f43504CO family 140425 Northwestern rye 3750 390 Wheat Tho market Is gradually working easier though today prices remained as last week Corn No 3 mixed quotable at 49049 c on track Sales No3 white track G00CO c No 3 yellow track soc rejected mix ed track 47c Oatsso 2 mixed quo table at 4040oon track Chicago Juno GWhcntNo 2 red 11050110 No 8 do 11030100 No 2 hard 94c0fl00yf No 3 do 830 96c No1 Northern 9Sc0l No 2 do 409So No 3 spring 869Go Oata No2 40o No S 891C Live Stock Cincinnati ffuno eCattleHeavy steers choice to extra I58505CO fair to good f4650525j butcher steers extra fG40560j good to choice f460 0G8B heiferi fJIrtrt fB150B26j good o aIaolot 1iI9JI1 saw tlstraae BEREA STUDENTS WILL IE MADE SECURE AGAINST THE DAY LAW At Chapel lust Sunday night Pros dent Front mantle n brief Htntcincnt regarding time now law ngainst time attendance of white and lOloCltl HtndcnlH at till same institution There had IHHJII HOIIIU delay in time first legal xtepH for netting the law iiBtdo that we could nut make full announcoinents till after Coininenw ment It was feared that during tho Hiiinmer enemies of the school might circulate minors which would make our students fear to return The President gave UHHiinincu that time lest legal advico was taken null that time Institution would safeguard and protect all its student In case there shall lw time slightest doubt re garding an injunction which will make all absolutely secure temporary pro visions will bo made for our colored students so as to avoid time jxiiialliirs of tilt law Chess temporary previsions will 110 made for the colorist IMXNUISO they are fewer not bccmiHo time College euros for them loss than for time others and they will IR well provided for The conduct of nil time Borca students under this trying attack huts leon most gratifying lima Divine Providence which has led and sums tained time Institution for nearly half a centurymiliif which han Ixreu NJ clearly manifostod the present year nay Ix rolled on in nil future umer goncics r A Good Place To Trade Dry Stilt Side Meat 7Jc Dry Salt Backs Ole Meal fiTx- jurintf Patent Flour 7fc This is not all Phone 10 A P SETTLE JR Dopot St Boron Ky C AL Mulllns B F Coforth The New Grocers Wo have nn entirely New Stock of Groceries which is n guarantee of time FRESHNESS of our goods Our Line is Complete Try our fine Brenkfat Bacon D M Ferrys Seems grow Wo soil them Good Coal Oil 13c per gallon Goods delivered at 10 a m amid 3 pm Phono 70 Mullins Goforth Main Street Bores Ky Cbamurlalus Stomach and Liver Tablots are just what you need when you have no appetite foel dull after outing und wako up with a bad taste In your mouth They will Improve your appetite cleanno and invigorate your stomach and give you a relish for your food For sale by S E Welch Jr Druggist Ilr C J Mollrtt In a gnuliuta of mollf lue and Inprewrlbulortheslckaanyhrslcb lNAn HIP txrl rtinnlr ihur ran urn fur Iliilt BTIINA Alda tutu ItrKiiiiiUi the lUiwclii IWnsnnca mnl Cniiiilrracli Killflu of the simmers heat mill innkni ttftliltiR eer- yFourth Of July Celebrations oflon result in serious accidents to lays and girls Ho Jflt- bottlof Paracamph First Aid to the Injured the remedy which heals Burns Cuts anti Bruises quicker and hotter tutu any tiling else It relieves pain Anti heals without leaving ugly scars Every battle gunranted CLKAN OLD largo bundle lor 5 rents at the Printing Otlico Will You Colobrato The Fourth of July If ao be sure to have a bottle of Iaracamph handy You will need it for a Bum Cut or Bruise because it heals quick or and hotter than any other known remedy Prevents Blood Poisoning relieves pain Instantly and heals without leaving ugly scars THE CITIZENS CLASSI FlED AD COLUMN WANTED PUIICIIASER for an extra good sad tilt now for twotlilnU Ibo rout pries InquiroofTruasurorOsborne- ANVONII WISHING TO SELL pewter or Iron grease lamp please set Mm Frank hays on rdckROn- fltroot Iforpjt YOUNG MEN WHO DESIIIK TO earn their education can secure work on tho College farm or brick yard Write to Secretary Will 0 Gamble before coming but writo at once WHO WANTS BIO CROPS Tho College Farm Department Prof Mason can spare a of Buckeye Fertilizer which mastic thoItall good corn and other crops past season for prico otcl apply noon FOR SALE IMPROVED FARM of IBS acres two mllofl south of Berea Call on or write J II Preston Beroa Ky FIRST CLASS BUILDING BRICK constantly on hand Wa also have hand burned brick and bats for cia tornn at very low prico Berea College Brick yard BICYCLE ready for instant use all bearings and nickeled parts good an now gear 100 weight 20 pounds printing 4 GOOD THINGS TO EAT I Whon you want something good to eat call us up Wa car ra f select lino of Groceries Also Fruits and Vegetables We will yw deliver your groceries any time during Iho day it PHONE wi PRESTONS Main Slree- lr GOOD CROPS NEWSPAPKKSA Rosult only from GOOD SEEDS I rBuy h Good Cow Peas and Good Mil tlet Seed from us and raise good crops A carload of Feed Oorn just received Baled Hay and Straw Lime and Oement u HABBER and HUGUELY Main Street Richmond Ky Snbscribe for The Citizen CC G4GGliGIrGGGYrGG6GG6rG GGGC GGGGGGGGGIrGGGGtrCGGGGGGGCCp- Rli INTERESTING STATE NEWS i rJ latr s n sss 4 BOATNER NOT GUILTY Tho Verdict In a Case Involving An Alleged Conspiracy M Qwonaborn Ky June 3J W Boat nortvas acquitted In Hartfonl Ohio r county Thursday nfternoon on the charge of receiving stolen or ember zleil funds Iloatncr Is now a free man ns there aro no other charger HRalnst him In the state courts The trlnl Is tho outcome of Iloatncr ship ping through tho American Kxprosi Co In August 1902 a packaRo wild to contain 28000 A II HchllUbatim the agent In Kordsvllle said ho was hold up and robbed of tho package Roamer and ho wore Indicted and trlol on tho charge of conspiracy to defraud The commonwealth failed to convict thorn Srhlltzbaiitn was then tried on the charRO of embezzling money from tho Illinois Central railroad Ho war found guilty and sent to tho penlten tlary Hoatners trial just ending woi on the charge receiving tho money the agent embezzled The next chapter In the case will bo Hoatnors suit In the United States court hero In November for the recovery of tho 128000 Iloat her holds the express companys reo celpt fro the money NEW STATE BOOK LAW r The Schools Suffer In Consequence Says Lexington Superintendent Islington Ky Juno 3School 8u perlnten lent M A Caenldy of this city In his annual report to the board of education states that tho operation of tho state uniform school book law passed by the last general assembly was dleantrous to tho cause of educa tlon Ho said that owing to tho maxi mum price for tho textbooks whIch hull been fixed by law only two com panics had submitted books and call mates In accordance with tho law antI that the samples of both wero connld crably Inferior to those now In use SHOOTING ENCOUNTER Clark and John Mills Killed Dy Pal Carries and James Gray Ilarbourvllle icy Juno 3ln a hooting encounter on the Stinking creek road four miles above Flat Ilok Clark and John Mills were killed bj Ial Carncs and James Gray Carnet and Gray havo been placed In Jail here The two dead men aged 19 and 23 years wets burled In the vann grave In July 1SPO the fathers of the doa men were killed In a fight on Stinking creek and burled In tho same grave Louisville Tobacco Market IxJiiliTlIIi Ky June 3The market was a vhadc stronger on hurley and tho manufacturing types of dark U bacco Thursday Tho stock of unsold burley In this market amount to wily C33 hhds Tho sales wore 307 hhdr of which 108 hhds wore burley and HIt hhds dark Prices ranged ai follows Hurley fC60e2050 dark J28509M Horseman Kicked to Death Madlsonvllle Kyt Juno LWhile driving with Ills wjfe In this city Has ter Ashby a widely known horseman suffered an accident Tho horse be canto frightened and began kicking Mrs Ashby jumped from tho vehicle hut Mr Ashby remained until the horse kicked him to death They Rocked a Train Augusta Ky Juno 2 Special Agent of tho C O Hallway Jack Illnstmra arrested six boys at Foster Wednesday morning for rocking tho conductor of through freight No 72 Tho gang was taken to Hrookevlllo and placed In jail Wednesday afternoon Kentucky Editors to Meet Howling Green Ky June 2Secstary Mornlngstar announces that the 35th annual meeting of tho Kentucky Press association wilt bo held In Ixni isvllle Monday Juno 13 at 11 a m There will bs two business ncsslons at the touUvllla hotel that day A Farmer Probably Fatally Cut Hawcsvlllo Ky Juno 3 William Monlclo a farmer living about three miles from this place was probably fatally cut by Will Hosier formerly a hack driver of Owcnsboro near the home of tho victim- Compromised For 5500 Paducah Ky Juno 3The Illinois Central paid to the administrator of Will Watson a boy killed by a pile of atavcs being knocked on him by a mOVe Ing freight car J600 as a comprom lao Fought With Moonshiner Hazard Ky Juno 1A hand to hand battle was fought on Lot creek near Hazard between three deputy ahcrlfffl and a posso of moonshine In which Deputy Sheriff Jasper Stacy wan fatally wounded A posse Is In ursult of the men Had No Right to Refuse Frankfort Ky June 3Tho court of appeals Thursday decided that the city council of Winchester did not have the right arbitrarily to refuse to grant liquor licenses to proper persona in a precinct In tho city that had votod wet In a local option election Kentucky Corporations Frankfort Ky June 3Tho follow ing companies filed Incorporation art cues with tho secretary of state Thurs day Blackford bank of Webster county 15000 Burt ft Free Co tit Wayne county ItOOOO r HIS KENTUCKY BRIDE The Chamberlain to the King of Swe d4nand Norway Weds Ixmlsvlllc Ky Juno 1Mrs Lulci Told Joy and Mr Christian Haughe chamberlain to the king of Sweden nnd Norway and secretary of legation at Washington were married Tuesday at the Ixmlsvlllo homo of the bride The wedding was a very quiet one and only became known through the publL cation of the granting of the license Mrs Haughe Is very wealthy She the widow of Frederick Joy of Detroit who died ten years ago leaving a son- Mr and Mrs Haughe left Immcd ntcly after tho ceremony for Wash Intgon FOUR PERSONS CREMATED The Entire Family Perished In Their Burning HoeIMayklng Ky June 2Nes of the cremation of a family of four In an eut of the way place on Cumberland mountain hu Just reached hero by ape dal messenger The victims were Henry Luther his wife Jennlo Luther and grown up daughter Mary Luther aged 18 and a son of 7 years Hiram Raleigh a neighbor went to the Lu ther homo Tuesday and found tho home In ashes and the crisped remains of the four occupants It is not known how tho Are originated QUARRELED OVER A DOGI A Young Man Repels Attack on Himself With hotgunI Glasgow Ky Juno 1ln a quarrel about a dog near Hockyhlll Tuesday morning Garner stead 20 years oldI shot anti fatally wounded Allen James attacked Read with a club and Head ran Into his house and secured a shotgun with which ho shot James four times In tho face arms and breast Head come to town and sur rendered His Wooden Wedding Annlversay- CorlnRton Ky Juno 1Led by a brain band the friends of Henry Meyer surprised him at his hojno 1705 Hoi orcajIIlonversary Two cart loads of kindling wood wero dumped at his door and enough woodenwaru presented to him to enable him to go Into business Coasting a Dangerous Nuisance Frankfort Ky Juno Tho court of appeals Tuesday affirmed tho Judg ment of tho Campbell circuit court In the case of Itcnseh vs Licking Holllng Milt Co and refuses Miss Ilonsch n new trial She was Injured whllo coasting by running Into a wagon ot the company Tho court says that coasting Is a dangerous nulnanco Gets a Life Sentence Columbia Ky Juno 1The Jury In tho case of Albert Hiirton charged with murdering Deputy Jailor Marvin Conover Tuesday March 29 near Knl fey this county has returned a vor dirt of guilty fixing his punishment In tho penitentiary for life Tho verdict was a compromise No Gambling Allowed Howling Green Ky Juno IThoI Warren county fair association has de cided to eliminate all forms of gam bUng at tho forthcoming meeting This tho first tlmo In the history of tho association there lies not been aI little something doing nil too time dur ing fair week Drought Suit For JDamagi Lexington Ky Juno 4 Thomai Hamilton a conductor on tho L N railroad brought suit against this road for 25000 damages for Injuries sus tamed last June by the breaking of a ladder on tho side of n car Hamilton fell under tho train and was perma nently crippled For the Benatorthlp Lexington Ky Juno 2Thero was a strong tip hero Wednesday by visit ing state officials that friends of Oor Hcckham will bring out Judge Thomas Pavnter of tho court of appeals as a candidate for tho United States sena torshlp against Senator Dlackburn Aged Woman Hanged Herself Campton Ky June 2Nnncy Rose 1herecause and a daughter have been harmless lunatics for years IAged Baptist Minister Dead Bowling Green Ky Juno IRev counlyldiedOakland He leaves a widow and teI children New Insurance Company Louisville Ky Juno 3Tho Commonwealth Life Insurance Co with a capital of 200000 will begin business here at an early date Joshua D Pow ers president ot tho United States Trust Co will bo president of tho cor poration Contracts Go To Union Labor Lexington Ky Juno 3Clty council with one dissenting vote passed an ordinance binding Itself that all supplies for various departments and con tracts of every description shall be gives exclusively to union labor a JArS OCCUpy OALNY Tholtusstaus Fled From the City in Haste Continuous Fighting Has Deen Going on Near Feng Wang Chang Since May 27Botl1 Sides Have Suffered Severely Toklo June 10en Oku commanding tho army operating against Port Arthur occupied Dalny Monday with out opposition Tho Russians evacu ated Dalny so hastily that they fallen to destroy much property which will prove highly valuable to tho Japanese Gen Okua scouts report that over 100 barracks anti storehouses remain un injured The railway and telegraph station with 200 passenger and freight ranches are also uninjured Tho Hua alans destroyed tho big pier and block ed all the dock entrances with sunken steamers Uao Yang June Continuous fighting has taken place northeast of Feng Wang Chen and the railway above Kin Chou since May 27 A sharp action has taken place eastward of Slmatsl 35 miles north of Feng Wang Cheng which lasted from tho morning of May 27 until daylight May 30 Both sides suffered severely De tailed figures aro lacking london June 2Tho Moscow corre spondent of the Times learns that liar bin Is to bo fortified speedily against tho contingency of a siege Heavy siege guns left St Petersburg really Intended for Harbin and others will be sent from Cronstadt and other first class fortresses for the same purpose Tho Times correspondent at Chee Foo cables During tho Interval of 30 hours boo tween tho Russian evacuation of Dalny and tho Japanese occupation anarchy prevailed Tho local Chinese allowed tho prisons to bo forced with the re suIt that about 200 cut throats had the run of the town Some tlmo will be required to make tho ports of Dalny and Tallenwan safe for shipping to enter as tho Snnslian tao islands have been connected very skilfully with tho mainland by mines zigzagging over n largo field Tho damago to tho Husslan works ashore li Insignificant Tho Japanese have much railway material on tho way St Petersburg Juno 2Gen Sal hfiroft has telegraphed as follows un der Wednesdays date to the general staffAccording to reports the Japanese commander In tho action of May 30 near Va fan gO had three battalions of Infantry In reserve Our losses wero 17 men kilted and 23 wounded art Lieut Meyer and another officer whose name has not been ascertained wound ed Tho Japanese losses were very considerable One squadron of tho Thirteenth Japanese battalion was an nihilated In a hand to hand encounter and another squadron which camo to Its assistance suffered great loss from the Ore of our frontier guards and riCe men Wo captured 19 horses Vladivostok Juno 3Letters from tho theater of war report that Husslan raiders havo succeeded In penetrating as far ns Gen San and also south of Anju They have destroyed depots of Japanese supplies and captured prl vision trains Koreans arc fleeing to Manchuria to escape the hardships of war Chlneso aro moving from Kwan Tong Into Northern Manchuria Iln order to avoid living In territory un der Japanese control Yanzalcn Manchuria Juno 3Tho Japanese are landing another army of 50000 men ut Takushan It In reported Japanese posts wero withdrawn Wed nesday from positions near Yafangow destroying the bridges as they retired They wero busy during tho night re moving tho wounded front the battle held and burying tho dead London Juno 3Telegrams from different points seem to confirm the ru mars that Gen Kuropatkln Is attempt ing a diversion In the direction of Port Arthur Husslan reinforcements ac cording to a dispatch from TlcnTsln are moving southward from Kalplng towards Wafangtlen under Gen Stalk enberg They comprise a battery of artillery four Siberian regiments and a company of Cossacks aggregating 12000 men Another brigade Is fbl lowing tho Intention being to engage the Japanese now attacking Port Ar thur In their rear The Dally Telegraphs web Informed Toklo correspondent estimates tho to tal defending force In Port Arthur as 30000According to tho Chronicles Toklo correspondent tho Russians have completed 11 fortresses at Llao Yang anti 600I0 e t Tiling Tullse Chang Thalts Su about 20 miles southeast of Taku Shan A Chinese junk arrived from there says that 70 warships and transports havo discharged troops there One thousand soldiers hud boon garrisoned ashore Reinforcements for tho Jap anese army which Is attacking Port Arthur have been leaded northeast of Tallenwan Their number Is unknown Eight Hundred Killed or Hurt St Petersburg Juno 3A semi atf clal telegram from Mukden dates Thursday says tho Russian losses at tho battle of Kin Chou May 26 were 30 officers and 800 men killed or wounded Tho guns abandoned by tho Russians wore rendered useless Silver and Gold Nuggets Stolen St outs June 3 Complaint was made Thursday to tho Worlds lair police department that silver and gold nugglts valued at 1000 bad been stol en from the French section In Ute ounce and SttetaJlurnr building NIDDY NODDY Nodding roddng IQ1 rloerDroops a Qulf heod Winking winking sdwer lower Drowsy eyrida spread x Curtains white oer eyes of blur Slumber Inden peeping through golden fringes sweeptng over Check tie pink and sweet u clover While In dream accents dow Drawls a wee voles faint and low eomebedyImAnmyhfnfin to nliUynoiMy I cant hod It llurrypltat Catuilt mightroll orf you know An 1wouldutwant togo Upto bedwlthoutmy had Thout myhf aJ go teob1- 1Thoutmhndob not No No Nol- Kiddynoddy Kiddynoddy oJntbtdylSuchThreaten now thts mnlden wee Hurry Skurry or to U She must go without herhtadl Oh Oh ObI JUriun Phelps in Chicago Advance Refuse to Us Put Back Keep trying That In the very best one can do Ho is surely beaten who docs not try Perseverance Is sure to carry one ahead It has been said of the British In warfare that they never know when they are beaten Willful Ignorance of that same kind has won tome splendid victories In battles with discouragement and hard conditions Never kiow yqur self as beaten You may b headed off In one direction Just try another Theres a way up and a way out of bin drances for him who keeps on climbing Find a way or make one Refuse to be put back You may not get Just whore you think you ought to be but really you are succeeding all the while you are trying because you are doing your best WellSpring Faithful Dog Kills Himself Yardmaster Turner of the Evansville Terre Haute railroad was recently at tacked by a highwayman and Is unable to report for duty ills dog which had been in the habit of spending the day with him at the yard office was mani laterIinwere convinced that be committed suicide Electric Lights In Egypt Nearly every city In the interior of Egypt is now lighted by electricity JACKS FIVEDOLLAR RIDE othlnRIbuggyIjerking unkindly at the lines Char lie also know the Shortest way home and he remembered that the doctors drives often lasted all day Had he felt as frisky as he once did and especially had he known that Jack Myers tho boy who was always playing tricks wns nor trying one of them on the doctor and his good horse there Is no telling what might have happened- Of course the other boys were somewhat to blame They had all seen tho doctor tie hs horse to the gate and pass up the long walk by the evergreen hedge to the big house almost hidden by the trees Jack had remarked what GOING a fine joke It would be to borrow the and buggy take a ride and bo back again before the doctor came You dare not do III exclaimed the boysNow Jack was not what you Would gall a hero but he was a meddlesome tricky boy Well he shouted Im going to have some And as none of the other boys would join him he unhitched the horse and jumped In No sooner did old Charlie feel the strange hand or tho lines than he wheeled short around and headed for homeGet up cried Jack as hI grinned at his playmates And Charllo did get up He almost forgot that he was no longer a colt Faster and faster he until Jack thought It was time to down and urn atound Charlie thought otherwise He had tho bit well In his mouth and had his mind fully set upon going bomb It was four and all Jacks tug ging sod sawing at the line all his cries of Wheal might as well Lana sated Not utttl he eotft teeth t THE KINGS STRIPED PONY Beautiful Zebra Presented to Edward by Emperor Mencllk Makes Gentle Saddle Horse Zebras for canlagf horses and for riding iurposes may soon be a com mon sight for a recent experiment at the London Zoo has demonstrated that these beautiful striped animals can be easily tamed After spending four hours In breaking in a Capt Horace Hayes is able to ride It handily His first pupil was Jennie a nine yearold zebra presented to King Ed ward by Emperor Menellk of Abyssinia When first led Into the paddock she was KINO EDWARDS ZEBRA fidgety and nervous In order to sooth her Hayes stroked her gently with a long rod She stood quite still during this proceeding seeming not to resent It in the least But when a man approached her with a halter she plunged and reared raced madly and round the paddock Presently she quieted down and the trainer got near enough to slip a noose around her right leg She tried to kick it loose but In doing so got her left leg entangled In It She was thrown forward on her front legs In a kneeling position and then with a gentle sent rolling on her side Her four legs were then bound with ropes until she was utterly helpless For an hour she was left In this plight then the ropes were removed from her feet and she got up a meek and submissive creature She stood still while a bit was placed In her mouth and a saddle strapped to her back Capt Hayes climbed into the saddle and Jennie consented to be rid den She makes an excellent saddle intelligent fast and thoroughly to be relied upon his head over his own barnyard gate did Charlie halt At first neither Mike thegoodnatured hired man nor the doctors wife could believe what Jack told them when he stammered out a kind of confession When finally Mike did get the truth through his head he reached for the buggy and would certainly have settled part of the account then and there had not Jack been exceedingly spry In taking the hint Long before the boy had walked the fullIAnother thing he had resolved was that he would never Again play a mean and meddlesome trick He was nearly home when he mot the doctor with a horse buggy and HE HAD HIS MIND FULLY SET ON H01OB horse out fun anyway went slow gocd miles zebra Capt round push horse whip driver from the livery stable TXfl boys had told the doctor that Jack had gone to take a little drive Naturally the doctors humor was not pleasant one Jack tried to that ho was only fooling and had not meant to carry the Joke so far Well young man I shall call upon your father to settle the account said the doctor sternly as he drove away Early next morning Jac walked the four miles again to Dr Allens office He made the beat apology he could and then handed the doctor ten dollars in silver of his own saving Your fooling cost me exactly halt of that said Dr Allen and since you are doing all you can to correct the wrong I shall be satisfied with just what I paid Jack thanked him and then walked the four miles home again So It comes out in the end that old Charlie la the hero ot this story He led a fine fourmile run that rd him of his coltish days best getting back early to the stable And Jack well Jack paid very dear for his whistle as Poor Richard says but the lesson ht learned made him a different boy St Louis OlobeDwaocrat Triumphs of Modern Surgery Wonderful things are done for the human body by surgery Organs are taken out and scraped and polished and put back or they may be removed antiroly bones are spliced pipes take Ihfl place of diseased sections of veins antiseptic dressings are applied to wounds bruises burns and like injuries before inflammation sets in whichcauses them to heal without maturation and in onethird the time required by the old treatment Cham berlains Pain Balm acts on this same principle It is an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries causes them to heal very quickly It also allays the pain and sorenessJeep a bottle of Pain and it will savo you time and money not to mention tho inconvenience and suffering which such injuries entail For sale by S E Welch Jr Drug gist LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Tibia In Effect May 1904 dolor North Train 4 Dally Leave 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EXPERIENCED I TRADE MaaaI OYtIGHT sending a atetrb nmte qaloklr ucaruin our froowuetber aD Invention II patlnlAblo Commno- ltlollultlcl nonedentalIlandbookofPteaia eecnnuapalantsPateote esc14 na lu without caNo In tte Scientific Jltwricatt handsomely lllnitntM wtwHr tarccit eJr euluion ot anr dentine Journal Termt3a M QiiAraD Worst of All Experlbncos Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last Suchwas the experience of Mrs S H Newson Decatur Alt For three years she writes I endured insufferable pain from indigestion stomach and bowol 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 improved at once and now Im completely recovered for Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is the only medicine Only SOc Its guaranteed by the East Druggista BEREA MONUMENTAL WORKS 0 s MOODIBE PBOPBIETOB I have 55 sets of tombstones and monuments Prices from 10 to 50 in marble in granltelSHO to 160 I sel- lWhitt Vermont Marble Only All cloudy marble is and will coos fade H it is polished with ud acid besides it is to stoaeeesAll orders filled in 2 to 6 days Write for designs and prlcellSI McGUIRE Bins YeBtuokF cSfl i THE CITIZEN r wIH+ttt119I Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence published unless lined In tall by the writer The name Is not for publication but ai an evidence of cood faith Write plainly HtHHH+ + t 11111 I t H 111 Jell I IJ1 111 + I I MADISON COUNTY BRASSFIELD J JunoIGrass corn and every things else on tho farms aro growing i rapidly Prof Hicks is conducting t a singing school at Speedwell Thu class met Sunday afternoon Some beautiful quartets wero sting hr Prof Hicks and wife and Prof Adams and Miss Lakes Mrs Parks of Sjwcdwoll is doing valuable ser vicons organist for tho church at Vinj ForkT A Shelton and wife and Miss Kato Denton of Union City were visitors at Brassficld Saturday and Sunday Tho Memorial services at lied Hill Cemetery Monday wero disturbed somowhat by tho heavy rainfall but were splendid neverthe less P F Adams was tho orator on apkConcingrMrs Linda Woolry president W G Todd secretary and treasurer J W Dalton H J Pearson and Rico directors Grant Abrams of 1Harris is in this vicinityon busi Many people hero are plan 1 ning to attend Berea Commencement i Alson Baker and wife are at home from Louisville whom ho has been attending a third term in tho Medical College JACKSON COUNTY KIRBY KNOB Juno 2Jolm M Simpson has k returned to finish this lumber busi ness begun hero last summer Ho expects to put several teams on tho 4roadas soon as tho rain ceasosMr Harry Hazlowood of Berea and Miss Juanita Powell of this place wero married at tho homo of the brido last Thursday Theywent immediately to Berea where they expect to make their homo Soph rona Kimborlain and sister went to Berea on business last week Misses Viola Click and Anna Cooper of Berea College aro hero for a visit On account of the rain they were prevented from returning to school as soon as they had planned Tho pastor of tho church horo will preach at White Spring at oclock on the 4th Saturday in JunoMrs W J Dougherty and son Robert are horo from Valley View visiting relatives and friendsMuch sadness mid ro Bret are felt by many coplo of this and sonic of tho adjoining counties over tho going away last Friday of Mrs Cora A Smith to her homo in New York State Four years ago Mrs Smith first came to Kentucky She selected tho little town of McKee as her headquarters where Sunday schools anda Christian Endeavor society wore soon started Mrs Smith often role over rough roads several milts each Sunday that she might organize or attend two or three different schools hurrying back to McKee to do her part at time even ing services Being a very thorough trained nurse she made it a large part of her work to nurse tho sick and in fact help all who needed help sparing neither her strength nor time until she too fell ill with typhoid fever a year ago during tho epidemic at McKee After sufficiently recov ering to travel she look a rest then returned to McKee and again failing in health she was advised by her physician to either given up tho workor go to a more agreeable climate While wo cannot have Mrs Smith with us wo can with grateful hearts hopo that she may continue the work for Him for whom she so much desires to labor Other work ers kayo como after Mrs Smith and will continue the work she has so successfully begun in this and adjoin ing countiesOWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON Juno iTho new bank at Boono villo will open for business about Juno IOthMiss Mollio Bowman and Eva Venablo wero visiting on Island Creek Saturday anti Sunday Thos Gentry clerk for the 0 JLumber Co was on Island Creek Sunday Tho Ball k Peters photo graph gallery has closed until time farming season is onirTho now lodge of I 0 0 F opened at Boono villo Saturday evening with twentyI four members Somo of our boys attendedchurch at White Oak Sun day Minter Day is tho man who wears the smiles since tho arrival of a bouncing girl at his home on last Saturday Tho now coal mines at Bill Town will open soon and there will bo employment for several min ers Everett Ross visited friends on Island Creek Saturday and Sunday Leo Peters and wife visited friends on Island Creek Saturday and Sun IldaTh08 Venablo win Heidlo on J J I JI i 1y CON KLIN0 June 0Corn is looking well hero and tho merry tunes of tho plow boy echo from every hill and valley The oats Sowed on tho East View farm aro looking quito wollJ S Rowland passed through hero with n fine drove of cattle and sheep Satur day Several of tho neighbor women mot May 30th und assisted Mrs Ambrose in sowing and tying fringe on coverlets preparing for the Berea homespun fairJohn Wilson passed through hero last week on his way to Tallega Dudley Robwts has pur chased a fine rilloSam Clark has taken tho contract for building tho new church house on White Oak Imhscriptionhundred and twenty per cent interest ROCKCASTLE COUNTY LIVINGSTON Juno nMm W H Cottinghim is visiting friends and relatives at Pine Hill this weekW B Sigmon and wife visited relatives at Mullins Station last week Born last week to Mrs Pearl Daniels a nine pound habyGlO Cook has been appointed IHJstmaster this week Mrs Jessie Huller has resigned A N Bentley charged with tho killing of Master of Trains B X Rallerat Livingston last October has liven acquitted by tho jury returning verdict of not guilty1V B Sigmon Collie and Bailie Mullins attended court at Mt Vernon last weekMrs Deo Cum mins of Mullins Station visited re latives hero lust week Rev Duvall pissed through hero Saturday MASON COUNTY MAYSYILLE Juno 7Miss Mary Britton and her brother George spent Sunday with friends in our city Rev P T Gorham preached time baccalaureate sermon for the graduating class of the Fifth street Iligh School Sunday afternoon Ho gave a very practical talk Mrs Serelda Green continues critically illlit her homo on Fourth street Tho many friends of Mr L D Henderson aro glad to see him out after being indisposed for several weeks with rheumatism William Stnawdor of Cincinnati visited friends and relatives hero MondayThe mcjnbors of tho Plymouth Baptist church have had their church repaired for the recep tion of the S S Convention which will convene Juno 22 to 2ThoSewing Circle of tho Bethelchurch realized quite a neat sum of money from their May Festival Prof Frank Williams principal of Cov ington High School will deliver tho Commencement address for tho col ored High School of this city Friday Juno 10 Joseph Robinson of East Secondstreet is seriously ill at this writing Methods of Mormon Missionar les If Mormon missionaries woro hon est enough to begin efforts with those whom they would convert by tell ing tho real truth about Mormon doctrines and practice they would not make a single convert among decent mend intelligent people but having been trained in tho school of decep tion from their earliest infancy they como into the homes of unsuspecting people to lead them into tho same false ways in which they have been reared It is perfectly consistent for them to practice all sorts of cunning and deception as their god and their prophets and their teachers lave set them abundant examples in these lines from tho beginning Cards which contain the socalled creed of tho mormons aro given to prospective converts Now it is clear thata genuine creed must contain all time essential beliefs of the system which puts it forth and none which that system does not really hold But neither of these things is true of this creed In ill of its thirteen articles it does not clearly bring out even one distinctive Mormon doctrine while it does lay claim to several truths which are dis inctively Christian and radically op xxsed to Mormonism- If tho reader chooses to make a careful study of time methods of Mor ooh Missionaries a leaflet describing them will upon request bo mailed to him or handed out from Tho Citizen tooth on tho Campus Commencement or from the oilico at any timeThe Democratic County Convene tions held over tho state Saturday eeted for tho most part uninstructed delegates Meade Union and Hart Counties instructed for Hearst Bourbon Christian and Pulaski for Parkerw 4oP T IDEAS bylightDiflicultios dissolve before a cheer ful spirit liko snow driftsbeforo time sunNo man win solve the mysteries of life but every man of common sense can perform tho duties Most coplo intend some timo or other to do some great thing or other but usually fail somehow or other FROM THE WIDE WORLD A treaty of arbitration has been signed between Spain awl Portugal Princess Mary of Baden is dead She was tho oldest daughter of tho Duke of Cumberland Tho International Womans Suf frage League in session at Berlin Germany elected Mrs Cnrriu Chap man Catt of Wyoming as President A dispatch from Tokio says tho Russian gunboat Giliak was tore e dad and destroyed Saturday at Port Arthur Other news from tho Far East is confined to meager reports of two small skirmishes north of Pit Lan Tien in which till Japanese claim to have been victorious- A Tokio dispatch to an Italian paper says tho Japanese havo occupied tho first lino of tho fortifies tions outside of Port Arthur after n feeblo resistance and another corres penitent of another pajHsr says tho Japanese have occupied Kwan Tung heights on which they emplaced heavy artillery dominating Port Afthur IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Of time 032 delegates elected to tho Democratic National Convention at St Louis 304 aro uninstructed 172 aro for Parker US for Hearst 32 for Olnoj320 for Wall Tho statement of tho public debt of tho Government for tho month of May shows an ineVeaso of 50447 570 duo to tho Panama coral and Worlds Fair loan payments Both Elwood T Wall of Wiscon sin and Marshall Field tho merch ant prince of Illinois aro spoken of as possibilities in tho nomination of a Democratic candidate for Vial President Gov Herrick of Ohio ordered tho Ironton Portsmouth Manchester timid Gali olis militia companies to Hanging Rock to suppress tho disorder growing out of tho strike of union furnace men at that place Lightning struck tho house of John Gentry near Tennyson Ind killing three of tho family instantly seriously injuring four others The house was demolished and the hodilS of tho victims woro badly burned At tho Michigan Prohibition Slate Convention held nt Lansing sixty three uninstructed district delegates to tho National Convention were elected A full State ticket headed by Samuel Dickey of Albion for Governor was nominated Angry because of their failure to see a hull fight which was stop ed by tho legal authorities tho 2500 spectators at tho arena heir tho World s Fair grounds started a riot and burned the arena to tho ground Lost 25000 On time Rcvcntyninth ballot ChaR- S Deneen of Chicago was nom inated for Governor by tho Illinois Republican Convention at Spring field Yates Hamlin and Sherman withdrawing Deneen received 957 J votes to 522 J for Lowden- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho report of Chief of Police Gun timer of Louisville shows 087 arrests in tho month of May Curtis Jctt under life sentence for killing James Marcum was taken to tho penitentiary today- A Lexington Ky Judge has do sided that under tho old English law u man has a right to whip his wife Al out two hundred and fifty min ers in tho coal fields of Carter county wet on a strike on account of a cut in wages Baxter Ashby a widely known borscinan was kicked out of his buggy at Madisonville Kynnd killedCapt James R Smith one of tho most prominent citizens mind business men or Paducah died yesterday after a short illness Four persons were burned to death in a dwelling house in Lotchcr county The remains of tho persons wore found in tho ashes bya neigh bor Disease takes no summer vacationIf need flesh and strength us- eScotts Emulsion summer as in winter Send for ht sumps SCOTT ft IIOWNE awmWt 409415 Purl Street New York Joe 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