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HIrU1+ JAMES MILTON RACER Rliter ad Pebllshera- elerrd mil rM Poe c ot Dena Ar a II-de asaR neWr V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 1C 1904 One dollar a year NO G2 The day was perfect Thoro was no Oust of nny conwMiwncrt It did not rain Tho tompornluro won most pleasant Tlio crowdwhich was variously estimated at from 0000 to wax exceedingly well behaved that tho audicncu which crowded in to the Tabernacle at tho opening of nny m niou for tho most part remained throughout the exorcises of that sssiou The tiorclsot according to tho measurements taken of ono of tho members of tho class attracted much interest Tho papers by tho graduates from tho Farmers Course nupplementeil each other and were Intensely practical Eat mer Hudson described the most ap proved method of laying out farm draiim and W V Wiuhburn told how to put ill tho tile Tho loys showed themselves well acquainted with their subjects An a whole the Normal Dciwrt meat wan well repre entcdthe Hjxmk ont making tlieinnelviii heard nail showing careful training in all roo HjHcU Miss Etta Gay said The great question of tho lawyer doctor or mechanic SB la it worth while Every youth must ask himself tho Miss Carrie Spencos peeper on the subject Keep SIOIwaB interesting mad road in a and an im pmuiivo manner In his oration on The TriumphH of tho Colored School W II Wilson taking hump ton and Tuskegwj an types showed what progress tho met has mndou logizing Hooker Waahingtou and othergreat loaders Inprc cntiug her theme Teaching as a Profession r Minn Daisy Smith said From being tlC8rltJl a calling DO yearn altO teach hag in tho higher branches has risen to the dignity of a profession The 4 great need Kentucky in larger salaries Thongs Mnnous oration ou Push In publiHhod in full in this issue in tho school column Miss Mary Ito kius told how picture could ho used in the school roomn both for decoration and instruction With tho all of a series of drawings D II Chandler showed how tho teacher should make daily and hourly use of tho blacklward in his work Thin Rights of Children was most ably handled by Miss Laura Spence So deep an impression wan made by this paper that a number have re W D Smiths paper on Forestry will also appear in The Citizen in tho near future Tim subjects chosen by the nice hers of the college graduating class worn all ably treated commanding tho clone attention of the audience liTho Multitude by E C Scale was a broad minded treatment of tho people as they gather in groups whether for good or evil purposes I Health an Wealth by Miss abcth Lewis brought forcibly to tho attention of the audience the fact of the great mono value of health toady community The Citizens I Duty to the of the Corn tnuuity snld J O Stnratton is to live a life us to Immure for him self and his family tho best of health unit to tho spread of disease Ho illustrated his address by dunces for ventilation and drawings showing tho dangers of impure drinking water To Work and to Win by Miss Lizzie Williams was a strong and enthusiastic plea for work as tho bunts of health and happiness with the thought that not to work is dishonorable Raleigh the Patriot was a line tribute to Raleigh for whom the capital of North Carolina I was named by J M Brown a native of that state Miss Grace Lester was excused from presenting her exorcise liTho Choice of a Profession one up th o great questions which interest- every young man was the subject of Goo R Roberts oration Ho laid down general rules for making a choice giviag tho qualities necessary to success in various professions and tho temptations and rewards that otters Kentucky Leadership M Ernstwas a line and strong nof qualities of leadership by history and politicsr 4 special application to the con ditions obtaining in Kentucky At this point lion Addison Ballard of Chicago a trustee of the College a neat speech announced tho gift b Dr D K Pearsons already Befeaa largest dopor of a sum sufficient to install a system of waterworks in accordance with surveys made last year and the plans already Brooks Ida L JOi THE CITIZEN IIVOL 11 11BEREA COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT proportiontlulUu 8IJwlngc11U111 opportunityto beZ 1each Thirtyfour Graduates in All DepartmentsWild applause greets announcement of gift of water works system by Dr D K Pearsons President Frosts addressCornerstone of New Chapel laid Dr Pratts address well received Alumni Association meets in its seventh trien nial reunion lord of Trustees takes im portant action Sketch of Dr Rogers QJIIIOUlIlt1ment As tho crowning event of the morning session it Ixcame tho duty of President Frost in behalf of tho College to nwnrd the diplomas and confer degrees upon the 34 gradual cs from thu various departments This duty ho llerforllllllill his usual masterly manner Tho degree of A M was conferred by tho College ujKin Prof Frank L Williams class of 8U the colonel schools lrincillIlofI1t Co and also u his wife Mrs Fannie Miller Williams class of 88 teacher of Latin in Covington colored High School Before adjourning to tho site of tho now chapel for tho laying of thu corner stone Pros Frost delivered short address which is of such especial interest at this time that we print it in full President Frost Atiuros the Safety of tho Students We cannot part this morning with out a word about Koreas position in view of hostile legislation This hostile legislation docs not- change our nor does it setj f aside tho law of God that wo should treat every human being as wo would treat tho Lord Jesus Christ We have nothing to say about those who have brought this action to IKIKS Time author of thin law has already been summoned before tho bar of God Almighty and there all the others will shortly appear We wish to thank the great mum her of our neighbors who have stood by tIme College in this trial No arson who has known Berea has lifted up his voice against her except a very few business men who thought they would make more money Iour colored students were excluded Let mo call your attention to tho fuel that these same business men who want to make money are opjxxicd to tho mountain students also When a sturdy young Lincoln comes to Boreal on foot with no outfit but a good character mud a strong pair of hands these business men who want to make money have small hopes of tanking money out of him They desire to drive away all our poor students and fill up Bores College with a sot of rich spendthrifts Now I want to say to you that they will not succeed Heron is hero on purpose to help tho poor boy and tho poor girl who are willing to work mad who desire to improve Every brick in our walls is for tho shelter and education of those who are do tho haughty but who are climbing up to lives of usefulness and honor What wo shall do in tim taco of questlollWhutoor who will blamo and abuse us but if we cannot please nil men wo will try to please Goo In time first place we have made our appeal to tho protection of that great constitution which was mado to shield tho people from heedless lawmakers But this appeal is n slow matter In tho meantime wo must keep ourselves and our children out of tho clutches of such courts as these which tried Caleb Powers And my chief reason for speaking at this time is to say that wo propose to mako nil our students sate Just what wo skull do wo cannot now toll but wo shall certainly mako nil our students safe Our students have behaved ad mirably in tills matter They havo acted like gentlemen like Americans studentsshave said We know the colored students are honest and aspiring men and women and wo want thorn to have their rights Wo do not wish to rob them of their opportunities in Boron College And tho colored students have said Wo do not wish to mako trouble for our friends If for safety avo must separate wo are the fewer in number and wo are will ing to move Now means decided but it is possiblethat wo shall have to acoopttht arrangement and coloredywo rather than expose our students to tho attacks of the enemy Wo hope to Jimko announcement of tho situa tion soon But in any and every r case wo shall mako all our students safe And in any and every case wo shall continue to assist mill worthy young people according to our nbil ity Wo love art Ood loves all men alike and wo always shall Now Chapel CornerStone Laying ThSjluyiug of the ConierstoirO of tho ClmjKl drew a largo crowd to tl1 llIrt of tho Campus In a few brief remarks President Frost told of tho gift of the money for tho now building soon after the old Chrism l was burned Rev A E Thomson of tho Union Church gave a brief address after which tho cornerstone was laid by Mrs Elizabeth Embrce Rogers assisted by student helpers The lOx placed in lime cornerstone contained copies of tho current Col lego Catalogue time Berea Quarterly and Tilt CITIZEN Thy Historical Sketch of Boron College Tho Birth of Borea College by Dr Rogers autobiography John O Fee and a brief noto from tho donor of time building Tho exercises closed with prayer by Dr James Bond of Nash vine Tenn Afternoon Session The principle address of time after noon was delivered by Rev Milton Pratt D D of East Liverpool Ohio on tho subject liTho Art of Vision There is tho necessity said Dr Pratt for acquiring thus art Upon our ability to meet men as individuals depends our lower to cope with tho problems of life tint wluvolvo upon us as Citizens of time greatest Repu blic of time world This ability can Ixj gained through education such as is offered by Bcrca College In closing Dr Pratt paid n glowing tribute to tho patriotism time people of Eastern Kentucky during the Civil adapting and the occasion gained for him tho closest attention Short but ex ceedingly interesting addresses were delivered by Rev W E C Wright lIon E F White and J Raphael Rogers THE ALUMNI REUNION Tho seventh triennial reunion of tho Alumni Association of Benin College which occurred last Tuesday and Wednesday was crhaps tho most successful tumid most enjoyable reunion ever held by tho As sociation Even before tim public meeting of Tuesday night tho fats of the members who wore present beamed with tho pleasure of mectiiij again old classmates and friends aunt chums of bygone days Doubtless Mr Ed Whitu expressed time scull ments of all when ho said Ive had tho time of my life The Publto Mooting At tho public mooting hold at time Tabernacle Tuesday night a largo audience was present the members of the Alumni occupying Beats on tho platform President W E Barton 85 pastor of tho First Congregational church Oak Park Ills announced tho opening hymn All hut tho Power oi Jesus Name in which tho audience heartily joined Rev O W Doll pastor of time Methodist church Mid leslOro Ky led in prayer Words indicative of tho hearty welcome accorded the visitors were delivered by President Frost to which Dr Barton responded in alike vein By request Mr Edwin S Feo of Clarksburg Indsang a solo nail was forced to respond to n hearty encore Tho principle addresses of the evening wore given by Dr James Bond 02 pastor of n thriving Congregational church nt Nashville Tenn and editor of the Congregationalist and Hon Edward Pi White 85 n prominent lawyer of St Paul Minn Dr Bonds sub ject wasliThe Duty of the College Graduate and his address earnest thoughtful and eloquent Mr Whites address was reminiscent in stylo and brimful of wit humor and pathos At this point the male quartet favored tho audience with n well rendered vocal selection To tinny tho most interesting par of tho program was tho roll call with rcs onscs from members by letter or brief Besides those alroad respondedO clan El Dorado Kan by lot 1 CntfuuCtlonPagoO W 1HiI 1 t THE GOOD OLD 5 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 ttiee SAVESThis Savinghabit may be acquired through the steady use fan account in our bank Berea Banking Co Main St Berea i 1 that well easy and and will more than Our be good workmanship and The great of that and dissatisfied one is proof that we ran you Information Painting Repairing and Rubber CARRIAGE WORKS tKENTUCKY Richmond Ky Dry Goods Notions and CLOSE PRICES A Reliable House to dealwith WHITE GIBSON Wilt street Rkkmid Dillingham Corner Get The Ladies Collars No has produced such an abundance of styles in presentWemoendless varie- tySummer Laces We have just added all the sew eat patterns to our stock of laces and insertinga and can certainly please yo- uMillinery pretto carry over trouble to show goods Mrs Bettie Mason Main St Bimky IF 7fT 4 l- 1 Y 1 jHight QUAKER V u t J A Family Carriage combines beauty andcomfort with convenience is one of our made riding buggies or surries It is unexcelled for work manship durability comfort give satisfaction for family use any other carriage made prices are as low as can made consistent with superior quality nutrbw satisfied customers we have without a please gladly furnished pricesfor LadiesFurnishings V Latest season beautiful nothing No t general Experience Counts For a great dual in every line of bus hues but in few lines does it count for as much as in MILLINERYO- ur long experience has enabled us to bring together this season the best stock of millinery we have ever shown in Borea A look will convince you LARGE VARIETY CORRECT STYLE I RIGHT PRICES Mrs A T Fish Main Center Sta Berea Ky TO REDUCE STOCK To reduce our stock by July 1 before taking invoice we are offering our entire stock of SHOES and GENTS FURNISHING GOODS at greatly reduced prices for CASH Call in and get our prices and you will be convinced Crutcher Tribble Main Street RICHMOND KENTUCKY rr a- 1a i + KENTUCKY DA ATTHEWORLI THE BANNER THE EXPOSITI THE HENO THE OFFIC- KENTUCKU Governor Beckh villa Board of T tnercial Club and and Manufacture chose the popul Route as tho Offici tIWhen purchaain ask for them over I Route tho Free R Car Li- neSnbscr for C Buy- yEngagement a Ring From the largest goldfillejewell Call and see our line A J Thor Opposite Burdettes HOME MAD Pure Who and Health Assorted BonE pound boxes East End Main St Ice Orea m Crushed Fru Ooca Coli Cherry P- Icecold flavo Grape Jiii Cool andr in hot weal Get tho be East End Main Street I 9Jlfp i InJ 1rr 1 Y 1 DS FAIR DAY OF ON J 1 RSON ROUTE IAL LINE FOR NS am the Louis fade tho Com the Merchants ra Association tar Henderson II Lino to St 3 Kentucky Day k Ig2 ibe The itizen our nd Wedding S N t1 and best stock of d and solid gold ea Prices right of goods s 4 npson Mill Berea Ky a 1 CANDY lesomey i ful nsin oeatl y Drug Co Beroa Ky III IIIIII r H it Flavors i loapliate Pop all ce efreah you herat th- eDrug Co Borea Ky Mr + t17 ex Q Y I I SfRJALfnl l I THE EVENING OF TH YEAR When the inlets are on the bayou In the evening of the year Then I see u torrent rushing Through a canyon and I hear Where a bowlder seeks to stop It Its tierce growling undertone Then my heart Is In the valleys By the hills that were my own When the mists are on the bayou Then my ryes are misty too And the wide green plains and rolling Swiftly changing to the view Bring the sheer clllt by the river Where the trout and grayling are And the ragged birch Is waving From each jagged cliff and scar Oh Its then through eyes grown mist Comes a picture long grown dim Of the pool below the hemlock Where a buy learned o nwlm or the aiders by the river Where wo cut our l hlnB poles And old secrets come back to me Of the lucky nshlns holes Oh Its Just along in winter In the evening of the year When I know the frost Is changing Evry mountain scar and mere That I feel a sort of tugging At my heartstrings yes I do And I look through eyes grown misty Down a valley that I knew J II Lewis In Houston 1ost THEMISSISSIPPIBUBBLE I By EMERSON HOUGH AuthorolThe Story the Cowboy The Girl at the Halfway Home Etc t Copyright ira bneron Hough CHAPTER XXXVII THE MIRACLE 1TNW11OUGHT You do not lnow my brother Lady CatharineThus Will Law who had beln admitted but a halt hour since at thereat door of the private hotel wher dwelt the Lady Catharine Knollys Twould seem then tis by no fault of his replied Lady Catharine hotlyAnd Is that not well There are many In Paris who would fain chang places with ycu Lady Catharine Would heaven they nght ex claimed she Would that my varlou friends or the prefect of police or heaven knows who that may bave spread the news of my acquaintanc with your brother would take me out ol that acquaintance They might hold his friendship a blgh honor said Will Oh an honor excellent well come this distinguished lunor Sirrah car tinges block my street filled with thos who beseech my Introduction to John Law I am waylaid if I step abroad llv women persons of quality ladle o the realm God knoweth whatant limy beg of me the favor of an Intro dUctlon to John Lawl There seems spread I Know not how a silly ru uor of the child Kate And though did scarce more than name a convent lor her attendance there are now out all manner of reports of Monsieur John Laws child andwhat do I say tie monstrous I protest that I have come closer than I care into the public thoughts with this prodigy thli John Law whose favor is sought by every one Honortis not less that outrage Tis but argument that my brother la a person not without note But granted We have seen his carriage at your curb they say I Insist that It la a mistake But we saw him como from your doo at such and such an hour If ho came twas but toi meeting such answer as I have always given him Will they never believe will your brother himself never believe that though did he have as he him self says all Franco In the hollow of hli hand he could be nothing to mel Now I will make an end to this I will leave Paris Madam you might not be allowed to go What I not allowed to go And what would hinder a Knollys of Ban tury from going when the hour shall arriveThe regent And why the resent Because of ray brother Your brother Assuredly My brother Is today king of Paris If he Ilkc4 he could keep you prisoner In Paris My brother does as he chooses Ho could abolish parliament tomorrow It he chose My brother can do all things except to win from you Lady Catharine one word of kindness of respect Now then he has come to the end He told Ire to come to you and bear his word He told me to say to you that this Is tile last time he will Importune the last time that he will Implore Oh Lidy Catharine Once before I car ried to you a message from John Law from John Law not in distress then more than ho Is now even In this hour of his success Lady Catharine paled as she sank buck into her seat Her white hand caught at the lace at her throat Her eyes grew dark In their emotion Yes madam went on Will Law tears shining in his own eyes twas I an unfaithful messenger who by an error wrought ruin for my brother a id for yourself even as I did for my jelf Madam hear me I would be a better messenger today The old wrinkle of perplexity gath ered between the brows of the woman before him Her face was clouded lye changeful eyes now deep covered by their lldi- Lacking the precise word for that crucial moment Will Law broke fur ther on into material details To IM explicit as I have said resumed lie THTthiac seems to center about my Piother the directorgeneral of finance He took the old notes of the government worth not half their fare and In a wtck made them treble their face rplue The king owes him over one hut red mtlllou llvres today My brother las taken over the farming laC the royal taxes And now he forms a little Company of the Indies and to this ho ads the charter of the Senegal Company Not content he adds the entire trade of the Indies of China and the South Seas He has been given the privilege of the royal farm lag of tobacco for which ho pays the lag the little rifle of two hundred million llvres and assures to the king certain Interest moneys which I need not say the king will actually obtain In addition to these things ho has lately been given the mint of France Tho wholo coinage of the realm has been made over to this Company of the Indies Mybrother pays the king fifty million llvres for this privilege und this he will do within fifteen months All France Is Indeed In the hands of my brother Now call John Law an adventurer a gambler If you will and If you can but at least ad mit that he has given life and hope to the poor of France that ho line given back to the king a people which was despoiled and ruined by the former king lie has trebled the trade of France he has saved her honor and opened to her the avenues of a new world Are these things nothing They have all been done by my brother this man whom you believe incapable of faith and constancy Good God It surely seems that he has at least been constant to himself Oh I hear talk of it all I hear that a share In the new company prom ises dividends of two hundred llvres I hear talk of shares and subshares called mothers and daughters and granddaughters and I know not what It seems as though half the coin were divided Into centimes and as though each centlme had been planted by your brother and had grown to be worth a thousand pounds I admit somewhat of knowledge of these miraclesTrue Lady Catharine Can there not be one miracle more Lady Catharne Knollys bent her face forward upon her hands unhappiness In every gesture Sir said she It grieves my heart to say It yet this answer you must IT IS ALL take to your brother John Law That miracle hath not yet been wrought which can give us back the past againThis said Will Law sadly Is this all the message I may take It is all- Though It Is the last It is the last CHAPTER XXXVlII THE LITTLE SUPPER OF TUB RE QENT Paris city of delights Paris drunk with gold mad with the delirium oh excesses Paris with no aim except joy no method but extravagance held within her glided gates one citadel or sensuality which remained ever an object of mystery a source of curiosity even in that dissipated and pleasure sated city In the Palais Royal back of the regally beautiful gardens back of the noble rows of trees beyond the gates of Iron and the guards In unl form lived Frances icgent In achy of libertines the prince of libertines In a city where there were more mis tresses than wives ho It was who led the list of the licentious In a city of unregulated vice and yet of exquisite ly ordered taste he It was who accord ed to himself dally pleasures which were admittedly beyond reproach How unspeakably unbridled how de lightfully wicked how temptingly In genlous in their features the little suppers of the regent might be these were matters of curious Interest to all of Intimate knowledge to but few It was one of these famous yet mysterious gatherings that the regent of France had invited the master of that great and glittering bubble house wherein dwelt so insecurely the affairs of France John Law directorgeneral of the finances controller of the Com pany of tho Indies was chosen by Philippe of Orleans for a position not granted to the crafty Dubois or to the shrewd DArgenson the last of that strange trinity who made his council Joan Law gallant graceful owner of a reputation as wit and beau scarce behind that of his sudden fame as financier was admitted not only to the busi ness affairs of the gay duke but to his pleasures an well To him and his brother Will still associated In large measure In the stupendous operation of the directorgeneral there came the Invitation of the regent practically the command of the king to Join the regent alter the opera for a little supper at the Palate Royal Law would have excused himself from this unsought honor Your grta will observe said he that my time II occupied to the full Tho people sewn ly suffer me lo rest at night Peruap your grace might not care for compan so dull as mine Flo my friend my very goo friend replied Philippe Have yoi become devot Whence this sudde change Consider U no hardship tu meet such ladles as Madame de Sabran or Madame de Irlo designer though I fear Do Prle la fur the domestic fellc Ity of the youthful kingnor Indeed my good friend La Paraliere somewhat pale and pensive though rhe growcth And what shall I say ror Madame de Tcncln the spirituelle wit s to be with us or Madame dd Cay lus niece of Malntenon but the very opposite of Malntenon in every posalbl way Moreover we were promised the attendance of Mademoiselle Alss j She hath become devout of late and thk- it a sin even to powder her hair but Alss the In blllullCulIof Paris replied law But stay I have kept until the last my main attraction You shall wit ness there give you my word the making public of the secret of the hlr unknown who Is reputed to have beet especially Und to Phlllppu of Orlean for these some mouths past Join us at the little enterprise my friend and you shall see I promise you the most beautiful woman In Parts crowned with the greatest gem of all the world The regents diamond that great gen which you have made possible for France shall for the first time and for one evening at lent adorn the forehead of the regents queen or beautyAs gay words of the regent felt upon his cars there came Into Llwj heart a curious tension n pronii mcnt 1 feeling as though some great and curious thing were about to hap pen Yet ever the challenge of flange was one to draw him forward not to hold him back If for a moment h had hesitated his mind was now suddenly resolved Your grace said ho your what Is for mo command and certainly In this Instance is peculiarly agreeable Thus It came about that upon thai evening there gathered at the entrAnce of the Palate Royal after an cvcnlnj with Lccouvreur at the Theater Fran cats some scattered groups of person evidently possessing consequence Thi chairs of others from more distant locations threading their way through the narrow dark and unlighted streets of the old crude capital of France brought their passengers In time to n scene far different from that of the gloomy streets As one trod within the door of this temple of tho senses surely It must have seemed to him that he had cum Into another world which at first glance might have appeared to be ono of an unrighteous case an unprincipled enjoyment and an unmanly abandonment to embowered vice Yet hero II was that Philippe of Orleans ruler ol France spent those hours most drat to him If he gave thought to affaire of state during the day It was but that these affairs of state might give to him the means to Indulge fancies of his own Alike shrewd and easy tithe haughty and sensuous here It was that Philippe held his real court These young gentlemen of France these roues who have come to meet Philippe at his little supperbow different from the same beings under the rule of the Grand Monarque Their coats are no longer dark In hue Their silks and velvets have blossomed out sven as Paris has blossomed since the heath of Louis the Grand Jabots ol lace arc shown In full abundance and- o far from the abolishment of jewels from their garb rubles sapphires diamonds sparkle everywhere from the hasp of the high ruffles of the neck to the buckles of the redheeled shoes Powder sparkles on the head coverings of these new gallants of France They step daintily yet not ungracefully in 10 this brilliantlylighted room these creatures gracious and resplendent sparkling painted ephemeral not un mlted to the place and hour For the ladles witness the attire for Instance of that Madame de Ten eln the wonder of the wits of Paris A full blue costume with pannier more han five yards In circumference un ler a skirt of silver gauze trimmed with golden gauze and pink crtpe anll a train lying six yards upon the moor showing silver embroideries with white ores The sleeves are halfdraped ass the skirt and each caught up with diamonds showing folds lying above and below the silk underneath Madame wears a necklace of rubles and of diamonds and above the pannier a belt of diamonds and rubles The guests as they advanced Into the oom paused as they met coming from tbe head of the apartment the hnllus- Ing figure of their host Philippe of Orleans his powdered wig drawn closer Into a halfbag at the nape of the neck his full eye shining with merrl nent and good nature his soft yet not unmanly figure appearing to good ad antago In his wellchosen garments advances with a certain dignity to meet its my very dear ladles eX41 lalmed Philippe advancing to the lead of the board and at once setting all at ease if any there needed such encouragement by the grace and good feeling of his air You do me much honor ladles It I be not careful the- fair Adrienne will become jealous since I fear you have deserted the pomp of the play full early for the table of hlllppo Ladles as you know I am devoted slave Myself and the IIyour de Bechamel have labored labored for your welfare this day I promise you something of the result of those painstaking effort which we both hope will not dlsap olnf you Meantime that the mo nenl a may not lag let me recommend Iif I MI flowed this new vintage et AI wmcn Bechamel javtK tie It have never yet surpassed Iti nil on efforts Madame do Tench lot 1m beg of you to be seated rirv a to m arm Not upon this side Il 1111111110 unities If you please for I hive trees wheedled Into promising that slatloi this night to another Who Is It to tr my dear Caylua Ah that U try FM crat Presently wo shall sue Ihw- t not promised you an occa ill tri evening And did Philippe oar fal In his endeavors to please At least did he ever cease to strive to vleai his angels Now my chltrrn a e1 tho blessing of your father Philippe your friend who though seers ira multiply upon him retains In hf heart none the lees for each nnd nil 01 you those jcHlments of passion nm of admiration i Nch constitute for lilt his dearest nlemrlesl Ladles I 11111I you bo seated tray you tarry too long before prvln PIe lel tf hrnl In reVirl to tria meuI vintage S V- IAh your grace cxctulmert Tn cln were It not Philippe of Dro M re women might not be ipt t sir 1I peace together Yet as ti t V vt whi- rprove your hospitality we q lIr- haps not rcruple to continue lhlllppe Biitllod blindly tlc as mark was not ill fitted to the nttm case Though the resent counted bl sweethearts by scores he dltmlssed the one with the same air of tni rrt as h welcomed the other and Iudetr ends hy retaining all as hls frlxndo- Mmlamo do Tencln tn admtrntlu there can be no dosreei said he In love there can be no Why then do rnlcIchief guest this pouted Mademoiselle A IMC as sit seated herself turning urea her host UII radlnihco of her large dark eyes Is this stranger then w passing fair Not so fair as you my lovelj laldeo tbct I may swear and safely al1411I0uncemute my unknown queen of beauty ny bell sanvace from America tee Here she conies TU time DulI her to appear and not peep our J In waiting ITo Da Continued l VIRGINIA AND THE BUTLER JlnT itanttirrn Unmet Amuiliiu Mtn take Shunt n Swell City Mrrvntil She was sweet gev n and southern When her family moved to New Yorl here were surprises In plenty for lltti fslnla Virginias meals In time old lomestead had always been served by a klnl yhnlrcd uncie or lurbanw auntie and tho realm of white do restlca was as yet unknown to her- Ston after coming to New York rfr xtcs Harpers Magazine she was vllell to luncheon by a neighbor InI stabllshment was conducted mart uptodate lines altogether isn to the little Dixie girls homo life pow the most Imposing member of tllO servant staff In this house Is or Imported Jeemsa regular Du Mau rier type from the trim of his tnuttcn shop whiskers to the tips of his pil shed boots His dignity Is enough tc wo nn ambassador so Virginias halt eLa thought It only natural that rui mall guest should accept tho builcri services at luncheon with shy glan and timid Thank yous It was only at Virginias home dinner that the iO- eret of her timidity leaked out wlm omobody Inquired how she had cl oyed her luncheon party Oh It was lovely she exclaim d There were the most beautiful tin v trs and china and tho nicest thing pyer ate and the youn ladles wire pretty dresses and were as kind to n IU could be butshe sunk her vom to a shocked whisper they ccrtalt mere mean to their father Why rcaV aa they kept him passing thins nil tiring the meal never let him Ml down a minute or eat a bite and ovf rr line the doorbell rang tha poor man had to answer It Thy may Ite rlb but dont tell me they dontfnako thill other work tnirlUIB irntlrniun In that curious code of morals which obtains In certain classes of society a man may be a gentleman and not pay his tailor but n man may not be a Gentleman If ho neglects to pay the debts he has Incurred over a game of cards to one who may hare no need for the money A man may lie often aUlI diversely and yet be u gentleman In fact that very question of bow tkor iugh a gentleman he Is somctUies do ends upon the dexterity and efficiency of his lies A few faults be should not commit Ho must not steal for xamplc und ho must wear clean linen lie must not falsify unnecessarily only upon thoso occasions which particular ly demand It If he can posslbli hel It he must not be a coward In this ountry ho should not marry for money though in Europe that li not only condoned but looked upon as quite permissible If not commcndtbl lever The gentleman in Euiupa cannot dig and to beg he is ashaimd so the rich wife Is the only respectable way out of the difficulties that n Is cry often In Reader Magazine A Few Honirly Trntlm It docs not require any genius 01 talent to abuse a man but It doer to glVA him credit for what ho actually Is worth The man who Is proof against tenp ration Is the only one who Is safebut who Is the man There are b hundred different ways to tell a liebut there la only one way to tell the truth There Is perhaps only one excuse foi telling our sorrow It makes others uUfled with their own There is always a penalty for being jcceaful You must be hated Bome feared by many at bait styled 111 alLKauaa Cltjr JourmaL q DR V H HOBSON I Dentist JA I to ofbceRichmond Ky Suod by His Doctor A doctor here has sued me for 812KO which I claimed won excessive for a case of cholera morbus nays R White of Coachella Cal At the trial he praised his medical skill and medicine I asked him if it was not Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhn Remedy he used as I had Rood reason to bollevo it was and ho would not say under oath that it was not No doctor could UM a bolter remedy than this In a case of cholera morbuit it never fails Sold by S E Welch Jr Druggist kyiientranitnu4IaUDtwnap DtMliWof thll rapor lharca M4 tportoa pMnU l y SWIFT a CO IaUIY7m eoU1hlatntan fuAhsloaDQ- Driven to DosporntlonI Living at an out of way remote from civilization a family Is often driven to desperation in case accident resulting in Burns ofI Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the beet on earth 25c at the East End Drug Co B Good Innstlllont Tor S17D I will send etnptiNewetlpamr Ttlrcnnti wuhTullIIMIrrjr In aUuclloDi lor learning TE LEG RAII OIKKATING A furlotUoc ttaJf that will taabUrotl to lore Wftc- rBcnillurmrTtlfirraph CkUlott whlrh tuuqalt a Turinr ol rooctl1II4fWCIIU or fun tti Mk lot I will Mud a Ttlepbon CaUlof HERMAN C TAFEL IVIHTTNIHO CICCTKIOL INs w tttf mr rnoe ll loui ilc Twentyflvo Conts Will give you rest Will stop your pain and itching Paracamphab solutely cures Piles whether bleeding or itching Guaranteed by S E Welch Jr Druggist J J AZBILLS Is the place to get your Blacksmith log done have toots and the skill Horseshoeing GOo We are headquarters for good work and low prices y come Sle HILL PIKE 1 MILK Easy Beau REPAIR THAT LOOM Bores College has secured market for homespun and homewoven goods such u bed covwlids linen dress hussy jeans blankets etc at following prices Coverlids 14 to 18 j Linen 40 to 60 seats a yard Dress Llnsey CO cents a yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes S3 a pair White hussy and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 12 inches wide and 2i yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned II homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College should lad out what the College wants before beginning to weave ot spit For Information apply ia per MB er by letter U Mrs Htttic W Graham life K 1 Thrown From a Wagon Mr Georgo K Babcock was thrownIrom his wagon and severely bruised fboknown citizen of North Plain Conn There Is nothing equal to Pain Balm lor sprains and bruises It will effect a curd in onothird tho time by any other treatment requiredl IE Welch Jrl Druggist 1 Buggyor Carriage Harness WEATHER and Ana FINE invite you to drive both for pleasure and pro tit Does your harness look as well as rest of your turnout or U it shabby thus detract from the general appearance If so theres an easy way out of it Select a sot of Buggy or Carriage liarspees from Our Stock at astonishingly reasonable prices However if you decide to make your old bar floss do let us put it in good for you It wont cost much IT J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Kr d NouralRla Pains Aro sometimes almost unbearable Paracamph relieves Neuralgia and 1 Headache instantly by opening the pores stimulating the circulation removing the congestion A froo Intljplication will convince you of merits So dont suffer but Paracamph in jour home Your it every day ueedI MONUMENTS onaUrsa NetU IlNeatptSessile end HtrbU Work of all kina done In a workmanlike manner at rea onabl priors and with dispatch Allwork gust anteed b- yGOLDENrdo FLORA RICHMOND Ky Omr t Ilklo sod Colllnt eifta- ThatThrobbing Hoadache Would quickly leave you If you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and buildup your health Only 25 cents money back If not cured Sold by the East End Drug Co Druggist f s BOINO TO THE WORLDS FAIR iAT j ST LOUIS tI USE THL- HENDERSON ROUTE THE LINE THAT IS- COMFORTABLE r BEYOND A DOUBT FREEIRECLINING J CHAIR CARS Official Rout For Ktntuoklans To ST LOUIS Ask for our rats CEO L GARRET Tier Passr art LJIRIII ha Pacer LOUIIVIlUt NY THAT GONE FEELING 11 TlftEl MILL Ml uILUEIIACKACNE All USSITUIE luOIInluuall4pi 1M uteWWwrsod ewee laapwI Ml BCMZIMGU sUlUmofe HJ I THE CITIZEN r 11IJIIt+IIIIIIIIIJ rThe Home JBHK1B LBSTBR HILL Editor HHHHWHHH Milt II THE HOMESPUN FAIR I This is the boBl display you hnvo over 111111Willi tlio very encouraging rtvcrdiet of nil who saw it Thoro was u exhibit of coverlids some ill patterns mindcolor combination never shown before A greater number of stiles was Hindu than over Iwforo and altogeth er nil huvo the right to ho wellsatis lied with Iho result es cclally the saioriorlCoverlids First prize Mrs I U Ambrose Conkling Owsloy Co Ky Second prize Mrs Lucy Wilson Ureenlmll Jackson Co Ity Inh1O spread First Mrs I U Ambrose Counterpane Dlrs113 Ambrose leans Mrs F Hays Ilerea Ky Hlnnkels Mrs F Hays llorea Ky Hug First Mrs C V Smith llorea Ky wcoiid Mrs F Hays Ihmble weave Linen First Mrs Charlolto Holbrook Grecnhall Ky Second Mrs I IL Ambrose Carjxtt Mrs rank Hays Ilerea Ky Plain Linen Mrs I B Ambrose Buckeye Hats First Muss Lucy Carter Heron Ky second Miss Mary Carter lima Ivy Hukeyu Baskets First Miss Mary Carter second Miss Lucy Carttir Dyeing Cotton Indigo yellow light green brown Mrs Charlotte Holbrook Greenlmll Ky Dyeing Wool Brown Mrs I B Ambrose Indigo nod madder Mrs Lucy Wilson This fair linn given the skilful weavers of sovonilcounties n chance to coupon their work with that of others and to ITnd out what nre tim colors anti jMittcrim which hut the most nsulysale Lot nil login to propnro right now for next year so that then also we may hoar This is the Ixrst y- etThe JIIIIHIIJJItIIHIHIIH I School i JOHN WIRT DIHBMOKB Editor JJJH IIJJIIIIIIIH JJ Push The following It the ornimemvmrnl onllon of Tlminu A MNm OrmitiiMe of Normal lc irt niriit Ill our strenuous American life ST Ihw is a tendency to crystal izu thoughts into the smallest 110- sllilo compass n premium Ixting plnwl Ulan single words thus grit nerve Hiinp Iweklwne etc Perhaps the must expressive of nil is the little An loSaxon monosylnblo push Wo frequently see at the entrance of n building this worlluPIIh on tho door It means if we would tutor wo must push the door ojHii we are not to ring u hell mud stand lord wait fur Home one to come and let us in wo must push our way in Tills Is the word that is written on the door of success Wo are told by authors that Columbus in discovering America lull Pnlos Spain sailed to the Canary Islands where ho took on Ixwird n supply of fresh water then itftic across the Atlantic Ocean tTho portion of thin son from oho Cnnnry Islands to Sun Salvador was f probably no more boisterous that i the jKirtion traversed fruit 1nlon to the Cnnnry Islands but this voyage was n new 1II11111tnlllgoundorluklng rendered fearsome by mythical legends of lulling seas furious Hell- nioiiRlcrs nut fierce winds These obstacles with the threatened mat l myof n part of his sailors wore overcome and Columbus triumphant ly discovered now world Return lug to Spain ho wan received by tho with an Immense ovation mind IIuroWII styled tho Great Admiral ho cause ho had successfully pushed aside every obstruction nUll hinder ante nnd by BO doing had ndded un told wealth to the Spanish govern ment In colonizing and settling this great of ours tho bravo pioneers wero confronted by such oppositions ns ferocious forest mini I mals wasting diseases seemingly i unconquerable tribes of bloodthirsty Indians and tho grim visage of star ration but such heroes ns Sir Walter Raleigh Captain John Smith Miles Standish amid mnnliora of others noting upon their belief that per severance is tho road to success actually sot at naught all these hind t oranccs and presented to tho world n t country which yns destined to defy I tho nnnies of Its mother country nod domain of her time independence which it BO rightly deserved Tho t names of these mien so grace tho J jmgcs of history not because thoy desired or wanted these obstacles out of tho way but because they with untiring force and energy pushed them out of the WilY Pushing requires strength Time skillful soldier hums this strength in tho knowledge of military tactics and experience in battle General Grant acquired his strength by putting into practice the information concerning military tacticH which he hnd received at West Point timid also by retaining events and incidents which had occurred during his service in our war with Mexico Ho was tho great factor in many of tho furious battles of tho Civil War Ho was seen in tho contest on Missionary liidgo in that of Pittsburgh Landing cud in the seige of Vicksburg nod during one of time bloodiest engagements of the Peninsular Campaign in which ho lost heavily in men he sent his famous dispatch to President Lin coin J pro oso to fight it out on this line if it takes all suaunera fitting motto for time world Looking into tho business realm wo laud that those men who have IKJ eomo truly great have acquired this greatness byeonstnntly striving ngiiinst the timings which opjmsed their progress They were not satis fied with n partial business success but they continued with n spirit nnd vigor to push their WilY through ob structed avenues until they came out triumphantly waving tho flag of vic toryLet us take n lesson from these successful business men Lot ns keep in mind that Nothing grand is tightly won and in whatever field of use hit labor wo enter battle with all opposing elemonts until wo have them under subjection and by BO doing wo will innko n record tturthyof imita lion IIIIIII +ItIIItlIIIIIIIH The Farm SILAS CREEPER MASOH Editor A NATIONAL EVIL Hud Ilnndi AfTrrl lluilttni of the wrote ountr Many people look upon the roml question as one which affects nmtnly It not wholly tho People of time rural ills tracts Tills Ix n nilHtnken Idea Road conditions norlously affect the people of all towns depending on trade with the rural population tend roads hinder and depress local ratio by making It almoM ImpoMlhlo fur the farmer to get to town sometimes for weeks nt n stretch This depression In turn affects tho wholesale trade IxKal dealers reduce their orders are slow In making remit tance nnd Imo to nek for extension of credit Tho business of tho railway Is also Hvrlously affected Time farmer must haul their produce to the shipping points at tonnes when the roads nro In fairly good condition Thus causes con gestion of tnilllc nt times and partial muMHMinlon at other times As n result of this thin railway companies must have n great many more ears nnd en gine than would he needed If time trait tic were regular nnd uninterrupted by Impassable road Pima road question has an Influence on our national finances much tho same way as It affects IIII road Interests It Is well known that largo amount of ready money is needed In the fall of tho year for the move ment of time crops Tilts always muses ntoro or less stringency In the money market Good roads would make It poss Klblc for the farmers to market crops more at leisure would JrtlItI thllrI tend the time during which their plus would bo carried to market would relieve these periodic strains on the money market which really have n depressing effect on the business of the whole country It can thus be seen that tho effect of bad roads Is far reaching affecting directly or Indirectly the people of the towns and cities as well as those of tile rural district The road question Is therefore a national as well ns n local question ii Rural Delivery Notes There are now In operation 10398 ru cal free delivery routes It estimated tint 3200 additional route can be es tablished out of tho appropriation now available making 22078 which will be- n operation or ordered established by March 1 In his annual report General nrlstow recommends that the maximum salary of a rural carrier bo Increased to 700 per annum for a route of twentyfive miles or more In length The annual report of Fourth Assist ant Postmaster General Rrlstow for tho fiscal year ended Juno 30 1003 states that tho rural tree delivery Id expand hug more rapidly than any other branch of tho postal service Its growth dui tug time fiscal year has been greater than at any other time since tree delivery was established Where They Make a Hit Id Just like to know with whom these popular songs are popular With the publisher and the author I guess No Other Way Cheer upl It may not all be so Cheer up and chaiu your frown Cheer up cheer up bemuse you know You cannot well cheer down h THE BATTLE IS ON Japanese Attacked the Russian Position Four nUll a Half Miles South of Vafangow GEN ZERNGROSS WAS WOUNDED Col KliavantownofT of the First IlcgU meat nnd Adjt SultLlcut Drag ocluir Nodocltinsky Killed The Japs Made Frequent Attempt to Dislodge the Russian Left Flank But Were Repulsed and Their Position Retained IJao Yang Juno 1C Japnnoso artil lery Tuesday opened up on Vanfangow a station on the railway about 60 miles above Klnchau London Juno i6rho Central News has received a dispatch from Its Lino Yang correspondent under Tucs days date saying that heavy firing be tween the Russians and Japanese van guards commenced at 140 oclock this afternoon Tho lighting extended along the entire front assuming the dimen alone of a general engagemen- tSt Petersburg Juno 1C Emperor Nicholas has received tho following telegram from Lieut Gen Baron Stalk berg bearing Tuesdays date A battle began at noon around tho Russian position four and a hit miles south of tho station of Wahanhoon Vafangow tho enemy making re peated attempts to dislodge our left thank Tho attack was repelled and wo retained our position Tho first regiment occupying the left Manic t f our position sustained se vere losses Its commander Col Kha vantounoff and Adjt SubLieut Drago aloft Nodochlnsky were killed Gen Zcrngross was wounded a shrapnel bullet shattering tho right sldo of his jaw but ho remained on tho field The general staff remained In session nnttl about 2 oclock Wednesday morning to translate and give out Lieut Gen Harem Stakclbcrga mes sage announcing tho fight at Vafan gow This unusually late hour Indi cates that tho authorities attach con siderable Importance to tho dispatch- It Is thought hero that the Vafangow affair may prove to have been quite a heavy fight Tho fact that tho Rus shine hold their position in tho face of heavy losses also supports this theory and It Is believed that It may turn out to bo a sovoro check to tho Japanese northern advance The movement of 3000 Japanese north of Kuan Plan Sian only adds to the blindness of tho situation In tho northeastern field of operations It Is unquestlonablo that tho Cossacks havo been worrying the Japanese north of Feng Wang Cheng nnd tho movement may bo merely an effort to clear tho country At tho same time this movement tho possibility of a demon stration against Mukden one of tho main roads leading directly cast from Mukden toward tho region to which the Japanese are now advancing Tho conconsus of opinion however Is that the advance is more In tho na ture of a demonstration than a prelim inary to an actual attack A special dispatch from LJao Yang dated Juno 14 says Yesterday Monday at tho battlo of Vafangow Japanese troops number ing 20000 tried to pass our flank but were discovered Wo changed our position flanking tho Japanese and opened a heavy fire The result Is un knownThe date of this dispatch does not agree with tho Associated Press dis patch from Llao Yang or with Lieut Gen Daron Stakclbcrgs message to tho emperor both of which Indicate that tho battlo took place yesterday Tuesday It Is thought Improbable that there havo been two actions REVOLUTION IN MOROCCO It Is Practlcally Certain Within Couple of Months London Juno 16Fho Dally Malls Tangier correspondent urging French occupation as tho only remedy for tho serious Internal condition of Morocco declares that a revolution Is practical certain with a couplo of months and that It wlU bo supported by tho entire educated elMs Tho sultans authority Is virtually nonexistent ho says and until tho country Is occu pied Europeans are on tho edge of a volcano Should Franco avoid her responsibility America or Great Britain may bo forced Into energetic action thus creating a situation similar to that existing In Egypt Chaplains to De Promoted Washington Juno 16On recom mendation of Secretary Taft tho presi dent has directed that Chaplains Allen Allcnsworth Henry Swift Charles C Pierce and Edward J Wattman bo promoted from tho rank of captain to th that of major In the army Negotiating for an Extradition Treaty Madrid Juno 16A cabinet council discussed tho negotiations for an ex tradition treaty between tho United States and Spain and authorized Senor San Pedro tho minister of foreign af fairs to submit tho quesUon to tho cotton Skirmishing With the Outposts St Petersburg Juno 16A dispatch from Mukden says that the Japanese army besieging Port Arthur is In lino at Ylng Ching Tee and Wan Fang Tlon and that there are dally skirmishes between tho outposts wri a r s dilw SAFETY OF BEREA STUDENTS The Trustees appointed committee to make necessary arrangements to protect all Berea students from any possible under the Dav law and the action of the committee is shown by the following letterJ 1904ToPending the decision of the U S Supreme Court the Committee of the Board of Trustees submits to the colored students the following outline of its plan for them during the next school year for which temporary provision must be made I The first provision must be made for the children of colored parents who live in Berea many of whose parents have moved here to educate their children For them we will undertake as individuals to secure aid for the colored public school If the Trustees of that school will accept our personal assistance and advice we will seek to help them in legalresponsibility2 For colored students from other places and for Berea students in higher grades and of suitable age we will undertake to provide instruction in some institution of the high grade andspirit of Berea preferably in Fisk University at Nashville Tenn All such students whose names appear in our catalogues for 1903 and 1904 will be encouraged t continue their course and their names will stand in our catalogue with promotions on their record in the school theyshall attend These students shall report regularly to the Vice President and the possibleVespiritThefare and in living expenses and in general to relieve them so far as possible from financial loss by reason of this change 3 While we hope thus to keep together a large group of our students in one insti tution we will seek to assist those students who find it desirable to attend other schools nearer their own homes and will consider proposals to arrange for them in the schools they desire to attend as nearly as practicable as we hope to arrange for those who attend Fisk University 4 We announce this provisional plan as soon as possible after the Trustee Meeting and our own appointment in order that our students may have immediate assurance of our purpose to help them This plan may be changed in details but its spirit will be carried out in the most earnest and effective ways the Committee can provide We express to our coloredstudents our sincere sympathy in this hour of their trial and ours We and they arc sufferers together We commend the spirit which they have displayed during these past anxious months and we ask their continued confidence and cooperation We will seek to help them in all legitimate ways to continue their education in the best available methods until a final decision is rendered by the highest court Please write us fully of your own wishes in the matter and if you desire us to arrange for you at Fisk please inform us that we may may plan soon and wisely for you andwith you Address your reply to the Secretary of the College Mr Will C Gamble VILLIAM G FROST WALTER E C WRIGHT JAMES BOND R ROGERS WILLIAM E BARTON Committee of the Board of Trustees of Berea College The colored students now connected with the school arc thus provided for Andof course this makes all white students absolutely safe in attending Berea We are sure that all white students while enjoying the advantages of Berea will feel like the Trustees a deep sympathy for the colored who however well provided for elsewhere must be deeplySgrieved in leaving a place so dear to them and their parents G C M Mullins B F Goforth The New Grocers We have an entirely New Stocl of Groceries which is a guarantee 01 the FRESHNESS of our goods Our Line is Complete Try our fine Breakfast Bacon D M Ferrys Seeds grow Wo sell them Good Coal Oil 13o per gallon Goods delivered at 10 e m and 3 pm Phone 70 Mullins Goforth Main Street Berea Ky A GoodI Place To Trade Dry Salt Side Meat 7je Dry Salt Backs GJc Meal65cZaring Patent Flour 7Bc This is not nil IPhone 40 A P SETTLE JR Depot St Berua Ky Will You Celebrate The Fourth of July If so bo sure to have a bottle of Paracamph handy You will need it for a Burn Cut or Bruise because it heals quick er and better than any other known remedy PreventslBlood Poisoning relieves pain instantly and heals with out leaving ugly scars Chamerlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are just what you need when you have no appetite feel dull after eating and wake up with a bad taste in your mouth They will improve inigoratoIfor your food For sale by S E Welch Jr Druggist LEADS THE WORLDAD- rV C Price of Chicago is the acknowledged leader of the world in the manufacture of pure food products Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extracts used in millions stood test for purity and excellence for nearlyhalt a century His recent productions M PRICES t1 WHEAT FLAKE CELERY r f AND DR PRICES TRYABITA HULLED CORN rue rapidly gaining a reputation for being tho most nutritious wholesome and best preparations in their line Tho name of DR on any food product is a guarantee of its being perfect in structure and qua- UtyPahtabloNMtritiMEasy of Digtttioi aid Ready to Ell Jrhratlmrnar Dr Price tho creator of Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extracts U1APlrpl by PRICE CEREAL FOOD COMPANY Chtoao IHIus Sold by S E WELCH Jr Berea Ky erg A f te IL l The Citizen Aw INDEPENDENT FAMILY Nrorira rnbllihed every Thnrwltj at Bun Ky JAMES M RACER Editor and Publlebe- rSDnsonirTIoN RATKS rAYABLS IV lOTAJfCZ One year 1100 Sir months 60 Three mouths It Send mODe by Pod oiflc Money Ordt Xi- ltepteMLetterThe Hat after your time ihowt to what Dotcstoppedeicrtptlon prying all arrran otherwlit we ihall roniidf that they wish It continued Notify as nt one oftnr ebannln TOUr sa Iehold aud new addreuta Mixing Number due to wrappers coming air in the mail or otherwise be tup plied If we are aotlOed- Acvnta Wanted In every locality Write for lermi Anyone tending us four new yearly robscrlptloni will receive Tai cmixx free for boo year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass pricesMerchant shop in JACOBS Prop oppaeCourt Richmond Ky Ice Cream I All Flavors Ice Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California Emits Early Vegetables jt jt jt Phone JOES No 5a CatererIKy DR M E JONES Dentist OfficeOver Printing office BEREA Kr Open Every Day from 0 oclock I m until 4 oclock pm A J THOMPSON GENERAL MERCHANDISE Y Fruits and vegetables a specialty OPPOSITE BUBDETTBB MILL Berea Ky Wm Lunsford General Dealer in High Grade Pianos and Organs Instruments repaired and tuned I Drop me a card and I will call promptly Syceo to the Red White A Blue Store For closing out Bargains in Shoes and Clothing A nice hue of Groceries always priceWeuntil 4 p n Phone 60 R J ENGLE Prop Chestnut Street Beraa Ky GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS VEGETABLES and STATIONERY 1Lunch counter Agent Bread Your patronage is solioted T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Ey PHONE No 73 rt Miller House Newly fitted up Hull auIBoard and Lodging at populti priflM Next door to Joei R 0 Enf It Prop win St Richmond Ky WilliamsProfeel than s r to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL BEPABING promptly Cleat faff ud FnMlfif a specialty J Work ftunntad W A Williams Mite tin BMM illy- t tUintt1i BIIY Iatty 3itl5t- tUrlY Slftfr 0nrial Sufrrtora By MISS JESSIE LLEWELLYN Most girls who marry beneath them as the saying goes belong to the same type of woman just as victims of wife murder arc said to be all of a common temperament A writer of fiction has summarized the former as those women who demand everything of men and give nothing in return The girl wellreared and beautiful per haps who astonishes her friends by making a mesalliance is simply selfish and that is the reason for her choice She wishes to be set upon a pedestal and worshiped She desires an homage that cannot be obtained from her peers She must be looked up to for her family lineage her airs her superior learning Had her parents and her friends drawn any deductions whatsoever from her career as a school girl they would have had no need to be astonished by her marriage with an inferior They would have discov ered that at her play as a child she had surrounded herself with the chil dren of parents who were not the chosen associates of her mother and father They would have noticed that the cooks daughter was her espe cial confidante and that the shoemakers son fought her battles when she went to the public school As a young woman they would have wondered at her favors bestowed on young men not in her own set and they would have found her reading her love letters to the second maid Always they would have seen her exacting tributes of admiration or of awed envy front those associates who would give most of either A great many seemingly unaccountable marriages can thus be explained Why in the world did she mary him It is a common question and can be easily answered She married him because with out knowing it she desired the lifetime experience of playing to an ad miring audience Or perhaps because of mental indolence another explanation of the mesalliance There is some exertion in living up to ones own kind it that kind is at all worth while There is not any in impressing ones inferiors A girl may easily captivate a youth who has had no advan tages equal to her own It is done without effort and becomes a kind of lazy pastime like that which older women indulge in when they coquette with boys A girl must make herself really attractive to the twentieth century man of her own walk in life She must talk sing play the piano go in for athletics and be able to discuss political questions of the day Her rivals are the workers who make professions of such things and she dare not rest content without attainments The study of lan guages and drawing practicing at the piano or even learning how to swim are all work that requires persistance It is much easier to neglect the work or to take it up spasmodically or to get a smattering of each kind and assume a deep knowledge of all With this smattering one can vastly impress the ignorant and that is the theory on which the indolent girl chooses her inferior husband Real happiness in friendship and love is the honest exchange of ideas based on similar experiences and traditions That is impossible to the girl who marries a man of less education cultivation and wealth than she possesses She cannot love that which she cannot understand and his life has been shaped by such experiences as she has never dreamed She cannot even sympathize with him unless she has more imagination than is common but always she can overawe him or dazzle or flatter him with her condescension To the vain and indolent girl that awe and admiration is her life and she is the type pf woman who marries beneath her lute r nf tl1t Jrt6By HON JOHN HAY Secretary or State l Upon none of the arts or professions has the tremendous acceleration of progress in recent years had more effect than upon that of the press We easily grow used to miracles it will seem a mere commonplace when I say that all the wonders of the magicians invented by those ingenious oriental poets who wrote the Arabian Nights pale before the stupendous facts which members of the press handle in their daily lives The air has scarcely ceased to vibrate with the utterances of kings and rulers in the older realms when their words are read in the streets of St Louis and on the farms of Nebraska The telegraph is too quick for the calendar you may read in your evening paper a dispatch from the antipodes with a date of the following day The details of abattle on the shores of the hermit kingdoma land which a few years ago was hidden in the mists of legendare printed and commented on before the blood of the wounded has ceased to flow Almost before the smoke of the conflict has lifted we read the obituaries of the unscpulturcd dead And not only does the press record with the swiftness of thought these incidents of war and violence but the daily victories of tnjth over error of light over dark ness the spread of commerce in distant seas the inventions of indus try the discoveries of science arc all placed instantly within the knowl edge of millions The seeds of thought perfected in one climate blos som and fructify under every sky in every nationality which the sun visits i I m4t 3iiittg of Qt4ilbrtu By LADY VIOLET GREVILLE There is something in tensely pathetic in Mr Herbert Spencers request to one of his lady friends to lend him some children I fancy the love of children is even more developed in some old bachelors than in some old maids who indeed often pride themselves on not caring for the little ones It shows that drive out nature with a pitchfork by the door as we will she returns again through the window A mans love for children is exemplified in the life of Dean Farrar His love and interest in and influence over schoolboys was even more remarkable seeing that he was not fond of games and essentially a scholar with all the true scholars love of solitude and books Here is a charming picture of the young schoolmaster at Marl borough uHe knew such a lot rind associated himself with us little fel lows as if we could minister to his happiness He played football like a madman running amuck with his eyes shut and got awfully mauled i R H s THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson in the International Series for June 10 10otChrlstRisen TUG LESSON TEXT Matt 2SMS rluntrornOUTLINE OK SCIUlTUUE SUCTION Jesus lturlalMatt 75761 Jesus Hurlullurk 161217- Jesus lturlalyukeHWM Placing of Watchlntt I762CC Jesus Helurr tlonMIIU SIIO Jesus UlOJrrectlonlark 18111 14112Kejtort IIWalk16MAppearance rG20Appearance ElevenLuke2Lll53T1JtESunday PLACE private garden near Calvary NOTES AND COMMENTS artIernooninent men Joseph of Arlmnthnca and NIcodcmus who had always esteemed Jesus highly but who had never roused themselves to do for Him till It was too late saw to Ills burial that same after sellulcherjTheday or after three days Wo must remember that our narrators were Jews and that the Jews always counted each part of a day as a day The last part of Friday afternoon was counted as ono of the threo days the sabbath Saturday which began at sunset Friday night was the second and from that time on till Sunday morning when Jesus rose the third As It began to dawn toward the first day of the week Jesus had been hast ily burled on Friday because It could not bo done after sunset when the great Sabbath of the feast was supposed to begin Even those who loved Jesus re manned away from tho tomb during that day but came with the dawning light of Sunday Mary Magdalene Who owed Jesus a great debt of grati tude The other Mary The mother of James the Less and Joss Other women also came with them or at least all met at the same place on the same errand They brought spices for the final embalming There was a great earthquake etc Tho fact of the resurrection Is one of the best attested facts of history the manner of It will always remain a mystery The watch ers The guard stationed at the tomb at the request of the chief priests to guard against Imposture Matt 2762 66 Fear not ye We have only to Imagine ourselves In the places of these women to realize that the reassuring words were neceuar Come see oer1oneThe women saw And go tell Ills disciples M rk adds and Peter Remember Peters dfwrtlon of the Mas ter his profane denial and also his bit ter sorrow What he believed to be un dying remorse had settled upon him This message was to make a change In his life He goeth before you Into Galilee there shall ye err Him It was In Galileo that Jesus had found Ills disciples Think of the reunion there with the struggle past and the victory wont With fear and great Joy Almost stunned by what they had seen and heard and not knowing whether they were dreaming or awake but excited by news almost too good to be true Tell My brethren It was the risen Son of God who was speaking and the word lie used to these ordinary weak men was brethren Jesus thought now as ever before was for others Hokncw that Ills friends were dumb with despair over what seemed to be the end both of their hope and their faith When the startling and wholly un expected news reached the chief priests a hurried meeting of the Sanhedrin was called If anyone bad questioned whether tho religious machine may not perhaps have been misguided but still doing what It believed to bo In tho Interest of true religion this ncene set tles It They gave much money unto tho soldiers What a spectacle These pious men the defenders of what was left of Israels religion bribing a guard of Roman soldiers to Ho about what hud happened at the tomb Stole Him away while we slept The report to be set abroad assumes that there Is a fact to be explainedthe disappearance of the body The lie Is suicidal one half destroys the other Sleeping sentinels could not know what had hap penedDruco If this como to the governors ears we will persuade him The chief priests knew tho powerboth of money and of political opposition A Fountain of Evil Never trifle with ono sin It Is like a little cloud which as a poet has said may hold a hurricane in Its grasp The effect Is In the blighting of your life You do not know the streams that may flow from that fountain for sin Is a fountainnot a mere act but a foun tain of evil Andrew A Bonar No cloud can overshadow a tnio Chris tian but his faith will discern a rain bow In ItGeorge Home BLASTS OF THE RAMS HORN Christ makes the Christian as sun makee the summer Paying the debt of nature does not pay the debt of sin Prejudice Is not Mnctlfled by being en listed in religion Deeds and not distances mako the milestones on the heavenly road If the pearl of the virtues became as common aa pebbles they would not bi lees valuable The hungry one Is apt to think he has Heavens full meal when he has only caught the fragrance ot the kitchen Rams Horn t t nn A HOSTAGE FOR FATHER How n Little Lads Plan Worked the Salvation of a Drunken Parent Please Capn Is yo got mo father in here 7 Your father Whats his name boyJohn Wnlser an mines Tommlo Wnlser Me an ma wuz sure ho wuz here coz ho sits in hero so often an mas been acrylu all night an nho4 ufcclln ao bad that Im bilged to shoulder nil tho trouble Slavs been npayln him out before but pa spent all ho made lasweek an tuk what ma wuz akcepln to live on an spent that too- What arc you going to do about it if you have no money asked the olll cer not unkindly You know It your father Is hero dnmk wo cant lot bin oft without a fine Capn Ive been nthlnkln hard about It an Ive studied out a plan I know mother wouldnt be wlllln but pa must como out o here an go to work Yos suro yo got him here Isnt 3 e7Let us see about that said the of ficer Johnson go to the blotter and look for John Walters name John Wnlser hero It Is said the assistant drunk and disorderly five dollars and costs to be held In lieu of payment The officer looked at tho child whoso faro showed his deep Interest In the matter under consideration Ho was only a boy but tho officer had buys of his own and knew how to sympathize with them In their trials and dlsnp LKT MK SKUVK OUT FATHUUS TIME OIntments There was something un usual about this one In that ho seemed to feel a mans responsibility- My boy said the olllccr I nm afraid you can do nothing for your father Go back to your mother nail try to help her nut Capn I tot yo I had a plan I cant help mother much but father can I want you to tako me let me servo out fathers time Thatll bo all right wont It Capn The officer turned away and did not speak for several minutes The boy began to think he was offended and his taco grew more serious and anxious Finally tho officer turning saw tears In his eyes lie laid his hand on tho boys head and said Walt here my little man well see what can be done and left the room Tommie felt encouraged and waltJ expectantly during tho officers ab sence The latter was gone for some time Finally he returned but not alone Tho prisoner was with hIm John Walser was not a bad looking man even though tho degradation of drink showed In his appearance Ho was about 35 strong and muscular and now that he had sobered up looked like ono who still possessed much true manhood lie had been weeping and the traces of tears were still In his eyes TommIe saw his con dition and giving a glad cry he sprang toward him John did not respond so heartily though ho placed his hand on tho boys head and again burst Into tears Tom mle stood for a moment then releasing his fathers hand and turning to tho officer he said Aint It all right mister Aint ye agoln to lot him g07 Yes Tommie ho is free said thu officer and ho owes his freedom to youThats what I thought mister I tol yo Id stay for him Goodby father bo good to mother while I stay hereTho officer could not suppress a smile of amusement though ho was profoundly touched lie had had a talk with the man In which ho had painted to him the touching devotion of the child and received John Welsers word that he would In the future exercise the selfcontrol become ing to a man Mr Walser himself was now speechless but the officer turn ing to tho child said That is all right TommIe your fa ther goes free and you will go with him Waluer dont forget your prom- Ise You will not see mo here again sir said the man who though shamefaced seemed deeply grateful as heI left the room TommIe went too clinging to his fathers hand and showing his joy in his sparkling eyes ud bright face Selected e ODD TEMPERANCE TALK A Tammnny Senator on Drinkln nnd How to Succeetlln- PoIIUcs The Iloston Transcript reports a rather unusual temperance lecture given by Senator George W Plunkltt In the county courthouse New York In which ho tells what men must not do It they wish to succeed In politics I Tho whole of It might bo summed up In two words dont drink but his ttalk was full of Incident and Jtlu tratloltIand withal so sound from n standpoint that we quote a part of It In his own forceful though not elegant languageNo how well you learn to play the political game you wont make a lastln success of It If youre A drink In man I never tako a drop or- an kind of Intoxicating liquor I aint no fanatic Sonic of the saloon keepers are my best friends But as a matter of business I leave whisky and beer and tho rest of that stuff alone Its a matter of business too I tako for my lieutenants In my district men who dont drink I tried the other kind for several years but It didnt pay They cost too much For Instance I had a young man who was one of the best hustlers In town Ho knew every man In the district was popular everywhere and could Induce a halfdead man to come to the polls on election day But regularly two weeks before election he started on a drunk and I had to hire two men to guard him day and night and keep him sober enough to do his work That cost lot of money and I dropped tho young man after awhile Maybe you think Im unpopular with the saloon keepers because I dont drink Youre wrong The most sue ccMful saloon keepers dont drink themselves and they understand that my temperance Is a burinc s proposition like their own A ilrlnkln man wouldnt rut two weeks as leader of Tammany hall Nor can a man manago an assembly district long If he drinks lIes got to have n clear head all the time I could name ten jncn who In the last few oars lost their grip In their districts borauio they began drlnkln Just take as examples Rig Tim and Little Tim Sullivan Theyre known all over 1140 gentry as the flowery lead ers and tberos nbtbln but saloon on the Bowery people might think that they are hard drinkers The fart Is that neither of them has ever touched a drop of liquor In his life or even smoked a cigar Look at nil the Tammany heads of city doparlmontji Thqres not a real drlnkln man In the lot although theres a saloon keeper or two Oh yes there are some prominent ran In the organi sation who drink hard sometimes but they suit the men who have power t Theyre ornaments fancy peaerll and all that who make a fine show behind the footlights but aint In it when It conies to dlrec tin the city government and the Tammany organization Mr Plunkltt rinsed his address after naming the soft drinks ordered by the Tammany leaders the night before Mayor Van Wyck was declared elected by saying Before midnight we were all In tdand next morn In J fjtheheads Is there anything wrong with temperance as a business proposition NUGGETS OF GOLD Beer with a good head makes a good head bad Beer or whisky drinking never pro duces clear thinking Before the devil can be chained the beer saloon door must bo bolted If you dont wish to go to ruin you had better not go to the grogshop Sensible mm the world over are beginning to recognize that drink Is a curse Tho devil always scores n point whenever n good man opposes a good causeTho total abstinence pledge Is bet ter than the pledge of tho pawn broker Faultfinding busybodies are like common candles they want well snuffing If you believe that the liquor trntTla Is a curse you must as an honest man tight against it heartilyintowill have to make tracks Temperance Is not everything but intemperance mars everything Na tional Advocate A Saloonkeepers Frank Confession A minister once asked a saloon keeper says the American Issue if his conscience ever troubled him re specting his business The man said Come Inside sir It was tho mlddo of tho day There wero none of tho usual customers about My friend walked In Tho grogsellcr went behind his bar and leaning on It said Rev erend sir there aro times when I stand behind this bar and look at the men who fill this room I hear blasphemy and lewd songs I see fighting and misconduct and I tholrIsay to myself If there Is a bell on earth It is in places like Smoked by the Millions It was pointed out by a deputation from the retail tobacconists of tho United Kingdom which waited upon the chancellor of the exchequer the other day that thero were 100000001 cigarettes sold weekly In penny pack eta and that the Increased tobacco duty would average 6d per 1000 This duty could not be transferred from tho retailer to the consumer It was contended But the consumer parthe THE INTEREST IN ALFALFA Plant la Coming to Be Considered a Cosmopolitan Grass of Wider Range of Growth t Tho Interest In alfalfa seems always on the Increase Ten years ago the farmers of Kansas were discussing whether or not they would grow this crop while now the same discussion Is being carried on In tho states far to tho cast and north Alfalfa was first introduced Into this country byvtho monks who settled on tho coast of California In tho early part of the last century They doubtless brought It from South America whero It haft been grown for ALFAlKA 1IAUVUBT IN CAL1KOHK1A at least 100 years before Its Introduc tion into California It ls claimed that It worked Its way eastward overland but this may bo doubted to some extent u It Is certain that It was grown In tho southern Atlantic states a generation ago In a tentative way Hut that most of the spread has been from California fields seems certain the plantations following tho lines of railway over the mountains and through the arid deserts of Arizona and New Mexico It has now become the great hay crop of the semi arid region Alfalfa was looked upon as a plant adapted to the dry sunny climates only but 51 la now coming to bo considered a cosmopolitan plant of great range of growth It Is certain that where It has been grown In large quantities It has enormously Increased tho productivity of the land and lncreased the number of live stock that can bo carried on each acre The ranchmen ot the west are now using Immense quantities of alfalfa In tho winter feeding of stock being prepared for market Farmers Ilevlcw HOGS NOSE IS ALL RIGHT To Disfigure the Snout Which the Cre ator Jlu Given to the A- nImllla Mistake I have noticed Instances where some of my farmer brethren asked which In struments are best In disfiguring the time of a hog I beg to answer the lb1eamo by saying In the first place that y it Is Inhuman and Inexcusable cruelty r rtodisfigure the nose of a hog remarks a writer In Northwestern Agriculturist besides Ills a detriment to the owner Our Creator gave tho hog his snout to root with In order to find a medical substance which his system needs to cleanse tho blood to disinfect all worms and trlchlnea and to keep him i in good health and a thrifty condition jo Hut If that Is prevented by disfiguring his nose and this medical substance Is not ted to him ho wilL then become unhealthy and diseased and will be unfit for mankind to consume I will venture to say that 90 per cent of cholera hogs have died with a disfig ured nose I have handled for tho past 2G years as high as 300 hogs yearly and have yet to see where they have made a hole largo enough to set a lien To prevent rooting dig a hole four and onehalf feet deep two and onehalt at bottom four and onehalf at top start a fire at bottom throw In any kind of wood and cobs and when all Is In a blaze coyer hole airtight with sheet Iron Break up tho charcoal next day mix with each bushel four pounds of salt one half pound copperas dissolved In water and sprinkle over It then put In Bclffccd box Swine will then stop rooting and do well If I wero elected to congress ono of my first bills would bo to make It a mlmsdcmcanor to put rings in or to dlsfrguro In any way a hogs nose or anybody that would manufacture or any person that would handle any rings or instruments for maid purposes should be heM liable for misdemeanor A heavy fine or six months In tho penitentiary or both according to the discretion ot tho court would be one of tho best steps toward the health of mankind In this universe Green Manuring of Crops Tbero arc many soils that are not benefited by green manuring crops Such soils are those already rich In gen and In humus An investiga 1tion by the University of Illinois hart shown that on many of tho soils In t Illinois an addition of humus and of nitrogen would be a positive detriment r This leads to tho remark that we must have a reason for every farm operation The green manure crop Is needed on that soil that Is deficient in humus and nitrogen but Is labor lost on many e other soils It Is obvious that we can not lay down rules that can bo blindly followed on all farms The green ma nuring crop Is valuable where It Is needed but worthless or worse where it is not needed The Intelligence of every farmer must determine the ne cessity far each operation on the farm Farmers Review nflt 1 LOTS OF FARMS LEFT YET Public Domain IB Not by Any Means Exhausted as Some Would Have Us Believe The material development of the country IB quietly progressing at are markable rate In ono direction which is not given much popular attention More than 2282499 acres of tho public lands were turned over to private Individuals last year This means that an area almost equal to that of the state of Indiana has within that limo been added to the productive regions of the United States Most of these newly opened lands were homesteaded by farmers as will bo seen from the following figures There were C43C5 patents of all classes Issued within tho year Of this number 47C54 aro classed as agricultural 4904 as Indian allot ments 1104 as mineral patents LOO as coal patents S7C as private land claims 187 as railroad patents and 40 aa swamp land patents Tho total sum which tho government got by way of fees and commissions for Issuing these reIcentlands by irrigation- In tho public domain there ate still unappropriated 380979307 acfcs of surveyed lands and C9197C1C9 acres of unsurvoycd lands a total at more than 970955000 acres A teat many tracts In this Immense area of course will always remain uncultivated nnd unsettled but It has been estimated that when the contemplated system of Irrigation shall bo rut Into working boII the whole nations present population could find room there to thrive pros perously nnd contentedly Rapid strides are now being made in the developing of the public domains The excitement and uproar of former pioneer days are absent in this work but tho process Is marked and very effective The passenger tragic on west ern railroads Is evidence of this fact Agreeable reflections arise In contem plating that the United States still owns so much arablo public land Tho populationbystill remote Tbo census for many years yet to come will not show an excess of people above what tho west VIlcantlandlansas ONEMAN SAWING MACHINE Simple Device That Will Be Found of Considerable Practical Value on Every Farm Tho cut below shows a device which I have found convenient when running a crosscut saw alone Standard a Is 2x4 10 feet 4 Inches from pin g to ground Swing b Is threequarters of ONE MAN SAWING MACHINE an Inch by two Inches wide seven feet three Inches long Guides c from b to play In are three feet two Inches clear Pitman d Is four feet long one Inch thick haw Is six feet project four feet two Inches Handle Is set slightly slanting Tho saw Is bolted on to side of pitman Forward two bolts have largo washers Two boards e a are halved together and nailed to standard They are about three ant onehalf feet In length Saw car riage is simply two straight logs placed at convenient height Rural New Yorker ALL AROUND THE FARM Plants derive their substance chiefly from the air as all tho carbohydrates aro supplied by tho air and those ele ments come Into tho plant through the leaves and comprise many times the bulk of that derived from the soil The cow pea is worthy of more at tention that It has received though It is receiving more attention every yearTho larger part of a decayed plant is of no value for manure but may help the mechanical structure of the soilThere was never a time in the his tory of the world when agriculture was as popular as at tho present time The exhaustion of the humus In a soil frequently renders It almQst un tlllableThe first care of the farmer should bo to maintain the fertility of his landIn swine raising for tho beginner a start should bo made with a few ani mals When Cutting Short Grain When cutting very short grain with a harvester considerable difficulty is often experienced as the short cut grain will accumulate upon the sickle bar In such quantity as to clog the sickle And it will be found that It the reel la lowered enough to prevent this the short grain Is thrown too far back upon the platform and scattered BO badly that it cannot be properly bound into bundles without groat loss To avoid this got some very heavy can vas ten Inches wide and fasten It with tacks the full length of the reel elate and this will sweep tho grain gently onto the platform and thus avoid waste Farm Journal r l tr GREAT NAVAL BATTLE Reported That Two Russian anti Four Japanese Vessels Sunk Rr Adm Togo Reports That Part of the Fleet Bombarded the West Coast of the Llao Tung Peninsula Nagasaki Juno 11Nnval experts believe that tho Russians are working bard to clear the entrance to Port Ar thur with the Intention of making the escape of their fleet effective Tho ltusslan fleet at Port Arthur IB esti mated to consist of 18 vessels largo and small besides 17 destroyers St Petersburg Juno 11 Ambassa dor McCormick says the story that ho has been coldly treated by Russian so ciety because as a part of his official duties bo takes care of Japanese In terests or as a consequence of the sup posed friendliness In the United States toward Japan St Petersburg June 11The general staffs advices are that nothing of exceptional gravity has taken place at Iort Arthur during the last few days but that decisive events are expected dally St Petersburg Juno 13 Humors are In circulation hero to the effect that a great naval battle has taken place off Port Arthur In which two Russian and four Japanese battleships were sunk No confirmation of the ru mor can bo obtained Toklo Juno 13ltr Adm Togo reports that on Tuesday a part of tho Sleet bombarded tho west coast of the Llao Tung peninsula near Kal Chau and drove back a military train that was approaching southward No trains have been seen since The en emy was driving In troops and throw lug up works evidently expecting a landing of the Japanese on that point and making all preparations to prevent it Small gunboats sent close In by Ilr Adm Togo bombarded tho Rue slang at work and It is believed caus ed considerable damage The military commission assigned to bury the Russian dead In the bat lie of Nan Shan hill at Kin Cbou May 26 presented Its final report Sunday It was found that 10 Russian officers and CG4 men who fell In tbo battle had been carefully burled and 30 men were burled by the outposts making tho total number of killed left behind by the Russians 704 Hal Cheng Manchuria June 13A flanking movement of tho Japanese around the Russian left from Feng Wang Cheng Juno 9 was repulsed with a loss of two whole battalions A largo Japanese force moved out Jn the morning along the Feng Wang Cheng road The Russians had a forco strongly posted In a ravine 30 miles southwest of Hal Cheng The Japanese were preceded by two battalions who walked Into the Russian ambus cade They received a murderous rifle and artillery fire at close range and were wiped out only one or two es capingThe main Japanese force which was greatly superior to the Russian forco tried to outflank the Russians who drew oft without losing a man The Japaneso closing In found the ravinG vacant save for their own dead HIS SUDDEN SUMMONS Abner McKinley Found Dead Seated In a Chair Somerset Pa June 13Abner Mc- KInley brother of the late president was found dead In his room by his wife Saturday while almost at tho same hour floral wreaths of similar design were being placed on the casket containing the body of the late presi dent at Canton 0 and on the tomb of President Lincoln at Springfield III by tho LlncolnMcKlnlcy Memorial association Abner McKlnlcys death was duo to Drlghts disease Although ho bad been ill for a year he was feel ing well Friday and enjoyed a long drive TRAIN STRUCK AN AUTO One Person Killed and Two Others Badly Injured New York Juno 13 Rounding a curve at Van Cortlandt Park train on the Yonkers division of the Now York Putnam railroad crashed into an automobile owned by Georgo Nokes a restaurant keeper who lives on Riverside drive Frank B Read a paper manufacturer of this city was killed the 16yearold daughter of Mr Nokes had her loft foot cut off by the train and John Spencer a Negro tho chauffeur was so badly Injured that It Is believed ho can not recover Mr and Mrs Nokcs and their six year old son escaped with a few bruises Grocers Terrible Mistake Kansas City Juno 13A mistake of a grocer In filling a customers jug with gasoline when vinegar was asked for resulted in an explosion at the home of Antono Schoen which caused the 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visiting Miss Vessa Mooro Sirs E Mullins of Withers visit ed her son Frcl commencemen week Mrs C 1 Ogg was out Saturday for tho first titan after a illnessMrs Lizzie B Cross of Mt Sterling is visiting her father Simpson Gentry Mrs C C Rhodus returned Sun day from a visit at Hamilton Ohio her old home Tho Misses Johnson entertained Miss Serena Jones anti Mr Owen Duvall lust week L H Bellebaum formerlyof Lexington is employed as druggist by tho East End Drug Co Rev II M Shouso and wife returned Saturday from a two weeks visit with his parents at Versailles Ky Misses Pearl Baker and Carrie Woods left Tuesday morning for Michigan where they will spend tho summer C 1 Ogg is attending tho convention of tho Photographers Association 4S of Kentucky and Tennessee at Lex p ingtou from Tuesday to Saturday of this week Prof W P Chapman who has charge of thin Agricultural Department at tIm Eckstein Norton Insti tate at Cane Spring Ky spending n few lays with Berea friends Mrs I Q Gardner who has been visiting her sister Mrs S C Mason left Tuesday for her homo in Cali forum stopping on tim wayat tho Worlds Fair and to visit relatives in Kansas Thin house of Turner Reed in thin Glade was burned on Commence ment Day It is thought that the j house was first robbed ofa consider able sum of money and then burned to conceal the crime Mrs Elizabeth Johnson died May 27 Tho funeral services were con ducted by TIm H H Noel of Stan ford Mrs Johnson is survived b- ono brother three sisters five children and thirtyone grandchildren WHO NEXT Jasper Huff of Confluence Ky a former Berea student and Miss Fannie Allen of Berea woro recently married in Cpvington Ky Chas E Clift of Berea and Miss May Yates of Kingston were united in marriage by Rev H J Derthick nt the Parsonage at 1030 oclock on Wednesday Juno 8 John D Creech of Travellers Rest and Miss Ida Parkerson of Hyatt Ky were married at Rich mond Friday morning lust They will make their homo at Travellers Rest Owsloy Co Win McCown of Ionia Laurel county and Miss Carrie Spenco who graduated last week from tho Nor mal Department of Berea College were married Thursdayat East Bernstadt Ky They will make t their homo at Ford Ky j Meredith Gabbard of Eversole Ky and Miss Lou Flanery of Berea were married in tho parlors of tho j Englo Hotel in Richmond on Friday 1 last at oclock Rev Hugh Me Lellan of tho Presbyterian church olliciating Mr and Mrs Gabbard left immediately for n trip to Mam moth Care They will maku their homo at Eversole Ky D B Chandler of Livingston and Miss Bosa A Evans of Borea were married at 3 oclock on Wednesday r Juno 8 at thin homo of thin brides parents south of town Rev Mr Howlott of Dispulanta performed the ceremony Mr and Mrs Chandler will make their homo near Livings ton where Dock will teach one of the best schools in Rockcastle Co Mr Stanley Frost Hon of Presi dent Frost and Miss Katherine Fair child a granddaughter of Jas H Fairchild formerly President of OlxMlin were married in Oberlin Ohio at thin homo of thin bride on Juno first 1004 It was a quiet 1wedding nttuuded by some fifty and intimate friends The ceremony was performed by Presi dent Frost of Berea and tho prayer uttered by President King of Ober lin Mr nml Mrs Frost go to Now York City where Sir Frost is en gaged Oil tho stair of the New York Tribune TAKE NOTICE Bo sure and read our want ad column this week and every week On account of tho largo number of requests for a continuance of our special otter as descrihedOil page u we Intro decided to extend the time limit to July1st Dont miss this last opportunity to get 200 worth for 100 Use Subscription Blank page 5 THE MARKETS Flour and Grain Cincinnati Juno 14 flour Winter patent 15100530 fancy 4750490 family 40425 extra 3350365 low grade 290320 spring patent 5100540 fancy 4350460 family 40425 Northwestern rye 3750 390 WheatNo 2 red quotable at 103140104 on track Sales No 1 red track lOGyoCornSales No 3 mixed track 50c rejected white track 45047o rejected mixed track 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he will stop at tho Worlds FairII SI Ernst George Roberts Wesley Frost Ellis Sealo Norman Frost and Hurry Kimiard loft Friday morning for tho St Louis Worlds Fair where they will work during tho summer as guides ProC W W Weaver nut fatally left Saturday morning for Bluffton Ohio whore they will visit Sirs Weavers parents From there they will go to Wisconsin where Sir Weaver will bo associated with Rev J 0 Buswell in evangelistic work A feature of tho evening was tho singing of Sir Welles of Arcade N Y a student at Berea College Ho has a good voice and his singing pleased thin peoplo Williamsburg Timea account of commencement exercises at Williamsburg Academy Prizo Bibles were awarded to tho following on commencement for greatest advancement in Bible Study in their respective classes during thin year Henrietta Hoffman Ebon Handy Viola Click Nannie Ellen Click Harmon Slot calf Martha Logsdon Carrie Logsdon Lizzie D Williams Ellis Ward Isaac F Mini len John J Green Harry B Kin nard David Arthur Dailey Curtis C Hudson and Mary Barker Elegant sowing bags supplied with needles thread scissors etc were given to tho following for excellence of work in tho Sowing Classes Back Stitching Helen Murphy Button Holes Nellie SIcForron Patching Anna Johnson Hemstitch lug Mary Boggs Sewing on Tape Slaxie Ponder Sowing on Buttons Jennie lord Darning Martha Logs don Sleeve Placket Nancy Hensloy Model Waist Laura Kelly Model Skirt Nannie Anglin Slodol Under skirt Margaret Creech Model Draw ore Bertio May Hooks anti Eyes Anna Learitt Doll Skirt Cassie Scale Dr C J Molfutt In a Knultttto of medicine ami aiiyiiylclaii1NA a the IlIot remedy they ran for their teething children TKKT1I1NA Aids DlKtu thou lURUlatcn the llowcln Orcrromog and InmitcrmU the KllecU 01 tho Hummcrti Iltnt ilUd makes Icfithlngcuiy j BEREA COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT Continued ttwt pane tor J It Rogers 75 promimilietit inventor and manufacturer Now York City Rev V D Dodge 70 pastor of Congregational church Tullnmdgo Ohio by letter Mrs dominic Luster Hill 70 Instructor in charge of Domestic Science of Boron College J SI Rogers 70 editor of Daily Philadelphia Pa Inquirer W 11 Baker So pastor of Lagonda Avenno Congregational church Springfield 0 by letter Mrs Mary 11 Dodge 87 Bona Kyihiss Lena Sayers 00 teacher in public schools Spokane Wash by letter Rev C M Baker pastor Methodist church lloytvillo 0 by letter Joshua Cronshnw 02 teacher Valley Station Ky j J S Estill 12 principal colored schools Mt Sterling Ky J O Whitaker 02 minister and teacher Paris Ky Tin lust three named together with Dr Bowl utah Rev hell already mentioned com prise thin entire class of 12 tilt only ono having its full quota present a O Dodge 03 profesor of Greek and till Sciences Urbana University Urbana 0 by letter Kirko Smith 01 principal colored schools und wife Ot Lebanon Ky by letter H P Lymnu 05 mail carrier York shire N Y by letter J W Hughes 03 superintendent colored Orphan Industrial Home Lexington Ky by letter J V Owens 00 teacher Hedgevillo Ky J Thompson linker sujierintendent of schools Temple Tex by letter T S Correll 17 teacher Troy Conference Academy Ponltney Vtby letter Rev C W Heni stead07 pastor Congregation al church Wtxlen Iowa 14C hum man 08 director of printing lleron College Mrs L C Hinman OS Dr 11 C Tinsloy 00 practicing physician Nicholnsvillo Ky W B Bontty 01 recent graduate Dental Department Howard University Washington D C W A Battle 01 president Okolonn Industrial College Okolonn Miss by letter Miss Mary Titus 02 teacher colored public schools Sholbyvillo Ky Sliss Anna Lindloy 02 teacher at Kings ton Intl James SI Racer 03 ditor The Citizen Boroa Ky Uxni motion mantle by J M Hog ors thin Association voted to ncntl greeting and congnitulations to Miss Katherine Gilhlrtuf North Brook field Mass whu was fur a quarter DR A Dr J A Rogers of Wxt4Hlt 111 affectionately known hen as Father Rogers at thit age Jr seventy five years is now as greatly interest ed in thin welfare mid prosperity of Berea College as he was in the early days when he mill his wife lalnired so faithfully and underwent so many hardships in order that the College might bo planted here As memlxsr of thin hoard of trustees of thin College he still keeps in close touch with its work His visit hero last weekiic companied by his wife delighted thin hearts of all utah came as a benedic tion upon thin various gatherings connected with commencement It is expedient that he bo held thus in veneration when it is remembered that he stands first among time work ers of Borea College Ho was her first principal first treasurer first librarian and first president of Phi Delta thin first literary society A brief sketch of his lifo and workwill be of especial interest at this titan John A II Rogers was a native of Cornwall Conn and came of good old Puritan stock Ho prepared for college at Williams Academy Stock bridge Mass and received the greater part of his collegiate and theological education at Oberlin Ohio where he also taught in thin preparatory department and in the college and later in New York City He became imbued with the Oberlin spirit and thin idea of sometime establishing a similar college else where At tho same time he became interested in thin mountain region of Kentucky as a held for educational work Though he became pastor of the Congregational church at Hose villo 111 directly after his gradu ation yet thin work in Kentucky was A of a centurya loved and highlyus teemed tetchier in Berea College Thin meeting closed with a stanza of Auld Lang Syne and benediction The Business Meeting At tho business meeting held Wed nesday evening at 58oclock tin following ollicers were elected for tin succeeding three years President J M Rogers Vice President Mm Mary II Dodge SecretaryTreasurer Louis C llinniini Censors Miss Mary A Titus Mrs Jennie Lester Hill and lrJ 0 Whitaker The adoptedKesolved tion of Berea College put itself on record as being unalterably opposed to till net of the legislature of Ken tacky known as thin Day Bill or to lilly change in thin present order of affairs That the Association heartily en dorses the past action of the Faculty ami Trustees in regard to existing conditions and expresses its warmest confidence in their future conduct of all matters ending The Banquet ITho members of the alumni and invited guests to thin niitnler of fifty iisnuinbliHl around thin tables in the new dining room at 700 oclock Wednesday evening to partake of the feast of good timings which tho mat ron Mrs Hoaghad had prepared with her customary good taste Af ter nil had done ample justice to themselves and to the dinner toasts were in order with the retiring pre sident Dr W K Barton as toast mauler President Frost Dr 1 A H Rogers James M Racer J S Estill Miss Anna Lindley Prof L V DOllh1II1111l J A R Rogers refunded In hllhnHoC tIll associa tion J1 Rogers welcomed till elms of 0 into its memlership utah 11il Ernst resK ndod in IwhnU of till cIitM Edwin S Fee and A W Titus were appoints to escort the incoming president J M Rogers to thin chair where he with appro priate remarks received the gavel from the hand of Dr Barton and thus closed thin seventh triennial re union of thin alumni association of Heron College an occasion long to Iw rriiitinlHntl by every ono pllrtilpat ing J R ROGERS A SKETCH niVir out of his thoughts Meeting a friend who laid taken up thin work in Kentucky and then turned back Mr Rogers was so profoundly moved that without consulting a single human being he determined to give Iii his pastorate and take up the work in Kentucky Ho gained a reluctant muscat from his church and without a pledge from any human source for his support he went to Kentucky In April 1858 Mr Rogers and his wilt and infant son arrived in Berea utah opeueda school with fifteen pupils under cir cumstances far from encouraging Tin II Brush was so thick that a erson could not see six feet in any direction and only a few weeks be fore an angry mob hunt forcibly dragged Mr Fee anda coworker from thin pulpit and threatened their lives Thin school building was scarcely comfortable for a stable but Mr utah Mrs Rogers at once adopted thin best known methods of teaching and introduced unique features which made tho school a success from tho start Thin exhibition at the end of thin term captivated the large crowd which was in attendance Thin constitution and bylawB of Boron College which sere adopted after several lays discussion at a meeting called first on Sept 7 18o8 were largely thin work of Mr Rogers On December 23 1850 when thin committee of sixty leading citizens of Madison county came to give thin eleven leading families of Berea ten days notice to leave the Statu thin house of Mr Rogers was tho first visited Mr Rogers drew up a jwli thou which was signed by thin heads of thin families ordered away mid presented to Governor Mngollin hyi two of their ineml ors Failing to get protection they decided to with draw from the State For over II year Mr Rogers presented the cause of thin American Missionary Associ ntion to the churches in New Englani and New York and then becanu pastor of the Presbyterian church lit Decatur Ohio on thin condition thai should the way OlllI he should have leave to return to Berea after a monthV notice During his stay there hi established the Ohio Valley Academy and was examiner for Marietta Col huge and Lane Seminary In till summer of 1802 Mr Rogers started on his return to Berea Reaching Richmond he found a Union army ready to opose Gen Kirby StimUli who was advancing with his army through Cumlorland lap With some dilHculty he got through thin lines and reaching Berea lx gan at once to make necessary repairs on his house On thin third day the kittle of Richmond which proved so disastrous to the Union forces began onlya few miles from Berea Then came a reign of terror for pronounced Union men in Kentucky lr1 Rogers was often forced to hide in n pine thicket After six wcojis of this life Mr Rogers felt that he must return to his family who hind during all this time heard nothing from him and mounting his invaluable horse Rosa by circuitous routes through till mountains and byways at one time coming in contact with eon federate soldicrs antI at others within sound of their guns he reached the Ohio River and swam his horse across it and late at night to thin joy of all reached his fmiinilywhin feared his principles had cost him his lift Mr and Mrs Rogers nturncd to Berea in the full of 1SI utah in till following January Burnt College wax reo onod with Mr Rogers still as prim ciptlllllllwith two assistant touchers UJKJII Mr Rogers devolved a large share of till work of raising fund to meet tilt needs of thin rapidly growing college He also lecnino associate pastor with John G Fee of tIn only church then in Boron In January I Slit Mr Rogers arranged a public meeting at Coojwr Institute New York City at which addro us in iRhalf of Boron wore made by prominent men This served to make thin work at Boron more widely and favorably known Even Iwforo this however 5 18000 hind HOII given by thin Frccdmons Bureau and with this sum Howard Hall was erected In thin same year at till urgent re quest of PrinciHil Rogers g H Faircldld then at tho head of till Preparatory Department of Oborlin College was called to till presidency of Berea College When till College roo oncd in Ihlid it hud IoU acres of uncleared land no endowment no pornmnont buildings At thin Ixtgin ning of President FairchildH ad ministration it owned n largo tract of land mostly cleared had 25tHX in WANTED PURCHASER for an extra good bad dlo now for twothirds tho cost prico Inquire of Treasurer Osborne ANYONE WISHING TO SELL powtor or iron grease lump pleaso see Mrs Frank hays on Jackson street Berea FOR SALE IMPROVED FARM of 158acres two miles south of Bpron Cull on or write J II Preston Bores Ky I buildings a small endowment and hosts of friends ready to help A nourishing normal department wan furnishing many teachers both while and colored to thin State utah regular college classes were taught in ad dition to till common branches limit all this was not accomplished without till expenditure of munch strength utah till very lifohlotxl as it woro of thin workers and a little later failing health coniKllod Mr Rogers to resign his ositioii as professor mimi pastor Since that time ho hUH missed no opK rtunlty to revisit tho scones of his early halters with were mingled so much of jo whichIanxiety and it is till prayer who know him that ho live to make many more such visits MEETING OF TRUSTEES The regular annual meeting of thu ColIhIlowing trustee in attendance Pros idonl Win O Frost and Samuel G Hanson Borea Rev JnmoH Bond Nashville Tenn lion Curtis F Biirnam Richmond Ey11ev W E C Wright Olivet lich Dr J A Ie Rogers Woodstock IllH1 Cleveland Cady Now York N Y Dr W E Barton Oik Park Ill John R Rogers Brooklyn N Y Hon Addison Italian Chicago 111 Hon Guy W Million lmij II P Llnyilmumuui James W Bullock Cin cinnati 0 TIll meeting wiis one of unusual imKirtiuut and fraught with gnive resxmsibilities Some torn rary provision must lx made to meet tIme requirements of till lay I nw Till plan agreed ujxin is given in detail on mgo II this issuo- Dr J A Ie Rogers J Cleveland Cady utah James W Bullock wore ro elected members of till hoard and UiX A E Thomson Pastor of thin Union church lions nius elected to fill a vncHiicy Tho teaching force of thin OollegH wits strengthened by tho iipiontmont of two now instruc torn for thin Miming your Prof T A Edwards who for ninny yours lUll IHHH SuH rintondont of Instruction nt thin Soldiers aunt Sailors Orph itns Homo at Xonia 0mitiul who OUIIIIM to ix SiiM rintendent nf our Model Schools And Dr Rob irt Cowleyof Iximin Ohio who cuintM to tItus Chair of Hygiene and Physiologymuumul will lx Suxriiitciid iiit of the Gymnasium ami Hospital The matters of material improvo inontM dicuod were till Now ChiiM l thin Carnegie library and tIn now system of waterworks It wiw ngnwd that thin work on tho Chajxl ulinuld IK pushed forward to com pletion as rapidly ns possible and that there should lx no unneewwary ilelay in beginning thu erection nf tIme Carnegie Libniry building The matter of till waterworks shlII in in till hands of a Committee of till Bonrd who will with prudence itid rijx judgment III IIIST cLASS BUILDING BRICK constantly on hand Wn nlso intro mnl burned brick nntl hats for cm cms nt very low price Boroa College Brick yard FARM OI 72 Aflno Intnl 2J mile west of Burns Good 8 room dwel ling good hare ntul outbuilding food orchard good water Prico suit turniH Call on or write J P Bicknoll Bores Ky ls BUILDING LOTsiiBoronbe longing to thin John G Fro I tate Special inducements to purchaser of entire tract J P Bicknoll Boron Ivy H 0000THINGSTOEAT Whon you want Homnthing good to oat call us up Wo carry n select lino of Groceries Also Fruits and Vegetables Wo will dolivor your groceries nny timo during tho day PHONE ICi PRE S1O N SStreet A GOOD CROPS Rosult only from GOOD SEEDS 1 Buy Good Cow Peas and Good Millet Seed from us and raise good crops A carload of Feed Corn just received Baled Hay and Straw Lime and Cement HARBER and HUGUELY Main Stroot Richmond Ky CCoCoref ceaeaarecr K44e HcMtIIC1If4W ft INTERESTING STATE NEWS b S DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION ITHE Deckham Was Elected As Tern l orary Chairman A Ky Juno 9What prom r lied to bo a bitter contest for control of tho atato organization camo up In tho domocrnllc atato convention which I met hero Wednesday The result of tho first strugglo tho election of n temporary chairman was a decisive victory for the administration forces led by Coy Ilcckham Oov Ucckham was elected temporary chairman by a voto of 817 to 322 over Judgo rank Peake of Shelby county Tho fight against tho administration was led by Senator J 0 8 Ulackburn assisted by Senator McCreary and Congressman D H Smith Tho work of organizing the commit tees was rapidly proceeded with and tho temporary organization having been completed the convention took recess until 730 oclock Tho resolutions condemn the so all ed unnecessary and unjust system of federal taxation maintained by the re publican administration and demand a revision of tho tariff In a conserva tive spirit Tho Increase of expend tures of tho federal government under republican rulo IB condemned and what Is termed tho encroachments by tho president upon tho constitu tlon are denounced Tho resolutions further favor regulation ot trusts and recommend a thorough Investigation ot nil federal departments on tho ground that tho refusal of tho repub Means to permit further Investigation of the post office department suggests hidden corruption Tho course of Oov DurbIn of Indiana In refusing to cur render on requisition from tho gov ernor of Kentucky tho persons of Wil liam S Taylor and Charles Flnley fu gitives from justice charged with the murder of William Goobol Is den pounced as a violation of tho consti tutionTho resolutions call for an unln ntructed delegation to the national convention but tho delegates are re qulred to vote as a unit At tho evening session the following wore selected for delegates to tho na tional convention J C W Heck ham J C S Ulackburn James Me Creary and Olllo M James Electors at largo Claude M Thom as and LJllard H Carter LOUISVILLE MAN DROWNED He Lost His Life In the Water at Newport n i toulsvlllc Ky Juno 10The body ot tho man found at Newport IL L Wednesday morning with circum stances pointing to drowning or to death by pistol shot seems to have been II O Eddy ot Ixulsvlllc This name was on a strap In his coat and on tho buttons was tho firm name of Jenne k Doll Ixiulivlllo tailors The man left big wife and family In Louis 4vile three yours ago Tho wife has heard from him In two years Sha says bo had his clothes made by Jenno A Doll while hero stud she thinks he is tho man found Thursday Whllo In Louisville ho Will employed by the Louisville Water Co Ho was well connected throughout tho state WANTS A CHANGE OF VENUE The Case of Bummer Spacer Was Call ed at Jackson Ky Jackson ICy Juno 11Tho case of Bummer Spicer Indicted for killing James Johnson nephew of J Mar cum two months ago was called Fri day Prosecutor Roberts moved for a chango of vcnuo Tho defense object ed The motion is under advisement Tho defense was represented by Judgo RedwIne who presided that at the JettWhlto trial It Is very Infrequent In Kentucky for tho commonwealth to move for a change ot venue Colored Man Admitted to Bar Newport Ky Juno 11John W Egestor Is tho first colored man to be admitted to tho practice of law in Campbell county Ho passed tho ox nmlnatlon Friday as conducted by At torneys AT Root and M R Lock hart Egestor resides at Paducab Ky and will practice there Met a Horrible Death Madlsonvlllo Ky Juno 11CUno Nesblt a widely known deaf mute a graduate of tho deaf and dumb college at Danvlllo Kyk mot a horrible death Friday afternoon by being thrown from a freight train and his body man gled by car wheels on the Illinois Cen tral railroad near NortonvHlo Calhoon and Rumsey Dry Calhoon ICy Juno 10Hotly con tested elections as to whether or not whisky should bo sold In Rumsey And Calhoon wero hold Wednesday The drys won 20 majority In Rumsoy and J by a voto of 07 to 96 In Calhoon Condition of H M Hasklns Owonsboro Ky Juno 11 County Judgo H M Hasklns has been grow ing gradually worse during recont days andbls illness has reached such a stage that his immediate friends fear that ho can not survive many days Thero Is no hope of his final recovery Died From His Injuries Cadis Ky June 11Zoko Mlrrick died Jt his homo three miles from Wallonia as the result of a beating In acted by his brother Robert Mlrrick fn an encounter the dead mans eyes were nearly gouged out TWENTYFIVE WERE HURT The Stands at a Free Vaudeville Show Collapsed Uarb6ursvllle Ky Juno 11 During a free vaudeville performance oil the public square ono side ot the stand containing 2GO people collapsed Tho braces and seats fell In on them and many wero Injured Most ot the crowd was composed ot women many ol whom had their babies with them The number ot women and children hurt Is about 25 James A Tiller an oil man of this place was fatally Injured TWO MEN WILL DIE All the Doctors In Cloverport Started to the Scene of the Explosion Clovcrdalc Ky June 11A boiler In a sawmill south ot this city blow up Friday afternoon and seriously tnjur od Charles SImms his son and two other men Tho men were badly scald cd and bruised and It Is reported thai two will die Tho sawmill and all the machinery were completely demolish ed All tho physicians In tho city leave been summoned to tho steno of the ex plosion FIRE DROKE OUT It Was Next to the Cell of Power and Howard In Jail Louisville Ky Juno 9Jlro was discovered In Moonshiners How tha second tier of cells In tho county jail at 1130 oclock Wednesday night Tho fire was burning briskly In a frame partition when It was noticed by pas sera by It was quickly extinguished and nine prisoners who wero In the cell where tho flro originated aro being sweated to ascertain tho cause Tha fire was next to the coil ot Caleb Pow ers and Jim Howard THE KENTUCKY CAPITOL Frank M Andrews of Dayton 0 Will Plan the Structure Frankfort Ky Juno HTho com mission Friday afternoon elected Frank M Androws of Dayton 0 architect for tbo now state house No special plan has been adopted yet and An drew has submitted none Andrews received four votes and F P Mllburn of South Carolina one voto Andrews Is the architect of tho now Seelbach hotel In Louisville Farmer Held Up Louisville Ky Juno 10Noel Qlr en a farmer was held up while coming to market Thursday morning and a wad containing so Given says 1000 taken from under tho seat Green ro Gently sold a house and ho claims It was tho money paid htm for that Ho was bringing tho money to Louisvlllo to bo placed in bank Ho Will dozing when ho was stopped and the highwayman slipped out tho money before ho realized what had happened Peacemakers Skull Crushed Brownsville Ky JunQ 10ln a general row at Joppa church John C Smith CO was struck on tho head with an ax by James Gentry 17 Smiths skull was crushed to the length of live Inches Tho Gentry and Smith boys were engaged In a fight when Smith appeared as peacemaker with tho above result A posse Is after Gentry Expired at the Breakfast Table CovIngton Ky Juno 10Philip Hachford expired suddenly while seated at tho breakfast tablo at his homo Oreenup street His death re calls a shooting affray John Buckley a constable had It was alleged wrong ed one of his daughter and Ratcbford wounded him so severely that bo was not expected to live Judge Bullock Weds Lexington Ky June 10 County Judge Frank A Bullock ot this coun ty and Miss Grace Hambrlck formerly of Woodford county wore married In Louisville Thursday night Judgo Bul lock Is frequently termed tho Richard Crokor of the Fayctto county democracy Resigned His Position Lexington Ky Juno 11Maj By roade of tho United States Infantry and commandant ot tho battalion of cadets at Kentucky stato collego tendered his resignation to tho board of trustees Friday night Tho board in structed President Patterson to select his successor Old River Man Dead Covington Ky Juno 11Capt Al oxander Montgomery died Friday after a successful business career in Cov Ington When a boy Mr Montgomery camo to America from Scotland At Plttaburg ho secured employment In ono of tho rolling mills where ho work ed side by side with Andrew Carnegie Womens Foreign Missionary Society Hopklnsvlllo Ky Juno 11Tho Womans Foreign Missionary society of tho Louisville conference M EX church south convened at tho Moth odlst church In this city Friday and will remain in session until next Tuea day night Ogden College Commencement Bowling Green Ky Juno11rFhe 27th annual commencement exercises of Ogden college place at Potters op era house There were three graduates Mr Silas Bent of Loulsrlll made the alumA1 ad4 r THE BUTCHERS UNION It Withdraws From the Chicago Pack Ing Trades Council Chicago Juno 13 =In order t free themselves from tho yoke of sympathetic strikes which thel leaders havo determined menace their progress all tho union butchors affiliated with tho Chicago Packing Trades Council withdrew from that body Sunday Tho butchers who be long to the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of America number about 22000 men In tho Chicago packing houses alone They were tho originators of the packing trades council which was made up not of tho butcher workmen alone but of all tho other trades in tho yards Tho packing trades council passed out of existence at a meeting Sunday when the officers and representatives of tho 32 butcher workmens local unions announced tho decision of tho organizations to withdraw and torn an exclusive central body of their own The unskilled trades and trades In tho former council not affiliated In any dl rest way with the butcher workmen aro thus left to their own resource and will bo without tho assistance or tho butchers who form the bono and sinew of tho union organization at tho stock yards In negotiating future con tracts or settling future disputes with tho packers CONFEDERATE WEEK Nashville Decorated In Honor of the Veterans Who Meet In Reunion Nashville Tenn Juno 13Thls Is confederate week In Nashville Ten nesscos capital Is decorated as nevei before In honor ot the veterans who meet in reunion hero from Tuesday to ThursdayPreparations on an enormous seal have been completed for tho entertain ment of the old confederates Already the vanguard of tho criming thousands has arrived a generous welcome be- Ing extended It Is figured that the numbers attending should approximate 65000 persons 16000 ot them voter flue Confederate hotel for free on talnment of the old soldiers Is prepare ed to feed 12000 dally Aside frorx the grand parade on Thursday tho laying of the cornerstone of tho coated crate memorial on Wednesday wll be a distinctive feature It will be accompanied by masonic ceremonies and Hery Watterson editor of tho Louis vlllo CourierJournal will deliver address Gen Stephen D Lee tboI mander4n chief of tho United orate Veterans association Is tho early arrivals the demonstratloc at his reception being notableITWO VESSELS One Went to the Bottom and Five Lives Were Lost Montreal Juno 13Tho Rlcbelloi and Ontario Navigation Coos steamer Canada bound from Quebec for MonI treal came Into colVlon with minion Commercial Cos collier Capo Breton six miles below Sorel early Sunday Twenty minutes later the Canada went to the bottom At tho limo ot tho collision there were 110 people on board the Canada Five were lost tho others wero rescued THE TURN FEST The 21st Ohio Circle Closed a Two Days Session at Cincinnati Cincinnati June 13Thu 21st Ohio Circle of tho Turnfest Sunday night closed a session ot two days Over 12 900 people wore present at tho Zoological gardens whoa tho prizes for drill were awarded Dayton 0 won tho first prize with others in tho order named South Indianapolis Cincin nati Louisville North Cincinnati New port ICy FIndlay 0 West Cincin anti and CovIngton Ky Accidentally Shot and Killed Nashville Tenn Juno 13Wbllo stooping over a spring to get a cup of water In Mount Cavalry cemetery Bergt Andrew N Davis ot tho city police accidentally dropped his revol ver The weapon was discharged tho bullet entering Sergt Davis broftst killing him Instantly Christian Scientists Communion Boston Juno 13 Christian sclent lets from all sections ot the United States attended tho annual communion of tho First Church of Christian Sci entist In this city Sunday In order to accommodate all threo service afore hold Visited Washingtons Tomb Washington Juno 13Tho members of the honorary board of Filipino com missioners visited the tomb of George Washington Sunday as the guests ot the United States navy Assistant Sec rotary Darling acting as host New Departure at Princeton Princeton N J Juno 13For that first time In tho history of Princeton university layman delivered tho bac calaureate address the honor being conterred on President Woodrow Wil son at tho request of tho students Rockefellers Grandchild Dead Chicago Juno 13Edltha tho nine monthsold child of Harold F McCor mlck and Edith Rockefeller McCormick and a grandchild of John D Rockefeller Is dead at tho family sum mer homo In Clencoo Tbo child had been for some time The Last Victim Burled Chicago June 13Tho only uniden tined bodY9f the victims of the Iro quols was burled Sunday at Mont rose cemetery with this Inscription on the casket The Unknown December 80 1003 A PEEP INTO DREAMLAND Im going to tell you of something saw saw It ray very own aetf- I Will Bitting alone In my little low chair In front of the nursery shelf The nuns had just gone to bring up my tea The tame ai she don every night And I was quite happy there all by myself Watching the dim firelight When all of a sudden I saw the toy boy Unfasten hit Uttle toy drum And beckon across to the little toy girl To put down hr toy doll and come The white wooUy dog that Id left oc the l100r- WalCKed his tall 03 they came down his way And the old yellow donkey I keep In the box Poked his head out the sIde with a bray Just then lam sure that they heard Susan voice For they stopped In the midst of a game And they hurried right back to the mantel shelf In the very same way that they came I tried to tell nurse the way they came down And naked how It ever could be Dut she Just shook her head and laughed- as she IIald Come and see what Ive brought for your too- CatherIne Spoors In Youths Companion FUN FOR BOYS AND GIRLS How to Make Living Pictures Which Will Amuse All Who May Hap pen to See Them To make living pictures provide yourself with a sheet of stiff white cardboard and a spool one end of which you cut oft squarely Stick the spool on a pleco of strong wire and bend the wire in such a way that the longer end serves as a ban dIe while the other end keeps the spool Iron sliding off see U Nowtakoyour compass and draw a circle seven inches in diameter on the cardboard Cut the circle out carefully Draw a second cIr- cle threeeighths of an Inch from the edge of the first circle and divide It with a pen into eight parts which you con nect with the center of the circle by lines A third circle which you draw Is seven elghths ot an inch from the edge Detween the two Inside circles LIVING PICTUHE DIAGRAM at each of tho divisions cut out square windows as shown in A Cut out a square at the center of the circle ia fit over the end ot the spool which is cut squarelyNow the living pictures We cut out circles six Inches In diameter and copy C and D as they appear In the draw Ing Figure E shows a circle with a design of living pictures attached to the large circle with the little windows- D Is a wheel with seven spokes We attach the circle to the large circle on the spool with the help of a little wax and stand before a large mirror turning the front of the circle toward the glass Now we give the circle a quick turn with the hand looking through the lit tie windows at the same time The wheel will appear to have sit Its elgh spokes instead ot seven and will turn in the opopslte direction from the sir clo we hold in our hand Figure C wit show the pendulum of a clock in motion Figure E a ball flying through a ring CIncinnati Enquirer A FUNERAL IN BEETLEDOM Busy Insects Dug a Grave and Burled Dead Comrade with Neat ness and Dispatch Aunt Lu sends to the Wellspring the following account ot tho burial of a beetle which she witnessed All that It needed to make it quite human was that there should have been one beetK with prayerbook and spectacle to read tho burial service Out in a garden path one day I came across a dead beetle black and smooth No sooner had I seen it than two of tho same species carat out of the grass at the side ot the path and began vigorously to push away the earth from around the little creature They worked rapidly and apparently with a plan My curiosity was aroused and I stopped to watcl the proceeding At once as though called by wireless telegraphy a dozer or more beetles appeared from all dl rections and they immediately begat to dig in the earth with great vIgor and alacrity until they had completely buried their comrade and in a tow minutes the ground was smoothed over and they had all disappeared hurrying and scurrying in all dlrec tlona gone In almost the twInkling of an eye and there was nothing tc tell ot that event In the beetleworld Beetles are such poky bugs They walk around so slow It always looks to ma as It They dont know wher to 100 But surely these beetles knew where they were going and their walk was anything but slow 1 never saw suet Quickness In UM Insect world FUN AT A BIRTHDAY PARTY How a Clever GIrl Entertained Hw Young Friends in a Way They Will Never forget Have you ever been t j a cobweb party If you havo for they have been givenyou will remember what fun you had and what a dflllghtful novelty it ISomea some of her friends and she determined that It should he quite different from tho usual sort of party that boys and girls haveIquite as anxious as she to have the party a success and they thoughtand thought with this result They got a lot of pretty souvenirs one for each guest and to each one they tied the end of a spool of thread Then they hid tho souvenir in a puce which one MAKING TUB tOIi WED could easily reach but would hardl think of looking for and proceeded to wind the thread In and out up and down above and below half the objects In the room and then out the door and into another room under sofas behInd pictures about everything they could lay their hands on Then came the second souvenir and tho second spool of thread That ono was served In the same way crossing the first thread a dozen times untl that too was all used At last some 20 souvenirs bad beer hidden and some 20 threads leading to them had been so tangled woven In and out across and around each other that one could hardly stir about the bouse which looked Inside like a huge cobwebAs as each guest entered the parlor he or she was handed one of the threads and told to follow where it led and a prize would be found on the end of It Such a time as they had The youngsters were soon as badly mixes as the threads and in a very little while the whole crowd resembled flies caught in a web of a hungry spider By the time the souvenirs were fount that was almost the hungriest party that ever cooled off with ice cream and all traces of stiffness that sometimes spoils parties were gone forever Boa ton Herald- RATS HELD CONSULTATION After a Number of the Rodents Had Been Drowned They Resorted to Winning Strategy There is a story told of a certain hotel in a large city where tho rats In creased despite dogs cats and ferrets A few were bagged with a rifle bui soon they grew too wary for that Traps and poison were matters oi household experience and even the young and Inexperienced In ratdom knew enough to avoid them Then the manager h1Lupoa a new expedient He swung a lid on a barrel with a swivel filled the barrel halffull of water and fastened a lump of cheese In the center of the lid As soon as- a rat alighted on either side of the lid over he would go into the bar rel and for awhile rats were drowned by the dozen Then it was evident that they held a rat council for the number of the victims grew steadily smaller Sometimes of a morning there would be twc or three rats in the barrel oftener there were none at all The observant manager felt that they were all the time trying to figure out how to get that cheese Sometimes two rats would get on the edge of the barrel opposite one another at the same time and balance the ltd as they crept In toward the center This worked well until one or the other forgot the need of cavtlon when both fell in Fintlly one old rat mastered the game For several nights the cheese disappeared and there was no rat there in the morning to show for It One night tho manager caught the rat in the act of dropping from some of the pipes right in the center of the lid He balanced himself for a mo ment then quietly nibbled at the cheese When he had satisfied him self he carefully moved off along the line ot tho swivel and dropped to the floor safe That was the point where I gave It up said the manager in telling the story There are some other people figuring on It now but the kind of man who Is able to beat those rats will probably be able to command a higher safciry than I can afford t- opayN Y Tribune Japanese Postmen on Wheels Japanese postmen whose routes carry them Into the country use bicycles Their wheels are made by local mAnufac- turers who have appropriated improv meats from both British and America patents Country Without Newspaper The empire of Morocco Is the most important state that It absolutely without a newspaper 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 entirely bones are spliced pipes take thA place of diseased sections of veins J antiseptic dressings are applied to wounds bruises burns and like in juries before inflammation sets in which causes them to heal without maturation and in one third 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 alsoiallays the pain and soreness Ia bottle of Pain Balm in your home k and it will save you time and money not to mention tho inconvenience and t suffering which such injuries entail For sale by S E Welch Jr Drug j gist LOUISVILLE NASHVILLI RAILROADT- ime Table In Effect May 1904 dolor North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea 3 48 a m Arrive Richmond4 12 a m Arrive Paris628 a m Arrive Cincinnati 7 60 a m Going North = m pa Train 0 Deny t Leave Berea12 55 p m Arrive Richmond 125 p m Arrive Paris 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati 6 00 p m Going South Train Drill1 Leave Bereal 11 pm Arrive Livingston 205 p m Going South TraIn 5 Dall Leave Uerea11 24 p mfArrive Livingston 12 30 a m Trains No1 and No 5 make con nection at Livingston for Jellico and the South with No 24 and No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantityjis constantly coming in declaring Dr 1 Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to be un equaled A recent expression from r T J McFarland Bentorville Va serves as example He writesIII had Bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time without being y benefited Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured me Equally effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneu monist and Grip Guaranteed by the East End Drug CO1 Druggist EXPERIENCI1 t iDISIGNquickly Anyone ndlnauketebw4ddsalptloap InTention U probably putcnubl CommnnJoi tlonestnetlteonadenttel UsndbookonPatas i lent tree Oldertaency forIecerl AU Patents taken Uuoub Muonrseetrlfrtoj notice witn- ouiScientific jfmtrka fitNlatlon JJ 1Worst of All Experiences Can anything be worse than to feel fIl that every minute will be your last Such was the experience of Mrs SeeH Newson Decatur Ala Foesthroe years she writes I endured insufferable pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed inevitable when doctors and all remedies failed At length I was induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous I improv ed at once and now Im completely recovered For Liver Stomach and Bowel troubles ElectriorBitters is the only medicine OnlI50o Its guaranteed by the End Drug Co Druggist BEREA MONUMENTAL WORKS 8 S UOOOIBB FBOPBIETOB I have 55 sets of tombstones and monuments Prices range from f10 to 1160 in marble in granite 1140 tof r1160 I sell- White Vermont Marble Only All cloudy marble Is and will soon fade as it ia polished with putty and acid besides it is to read the inscriptions on cloudy otooei All orders 2 to 5 days Write for designs and prices S McQUIRE Bern KeaUwky tv THE CITIZEN jJ F SIttI11tttt1Itt aIlirIItI IFart Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence published unless signed In fun by the writer The Mine I is not for publication but ai an evidence of good faith Write plainly I I+ I MIHHIMM I Mini r HWH1 1 HHIIHi tROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE June 10Boni to Mr and Mrs I Allen McKinzic n flue toyBev J W Lambert wife mid baby IJeubie mid J II Lambert midwife attended church at Clear Creek SundayMra- nd Mrs John Wheeler and son Mason of Madison Co visited Mr and Mrs Edden Wren Saturday mid Sunday G L Wren has sold his now saw mill to George Settler and Mrs John Wren of this place visited Mr and Mrs James Dobbs of Scaffold Cane Sunday Miss Ida Wren is visiting her sister in Estill Co Mrs Dais Lambert visited Mrs Etta Lambert Saturday nightlrs Agnes Dobbs is very sick- CONWAY Juno 10The recent rains have inside tho grass and crops look well Win Slaughter of Versailles visited friends at Conway Thursday of last weekMiss Fannie MePherin re turned to her homo at Tine Hill last week She had been visiting Mrs D G artinF D Hurst is very sick with typlloidMiss Mattie Oldham who has helm at school at Midway has returned to her homo with Mr and Mrs b G Martin Juno 13J II Sigmon and fancily II C Smith and Robert Sparks attended tho show at Mt Vernon Friday Mrs J J Wood is visiting at Uarlwursville this week D G Martin J J Wood and Win Sparks are among till number who attended the Commencement at Keren last Iveeke have a very enthusi t astie Sunday school hero now Time 10 a in instead of 3 p inTho ever faithful C A Drew attended preach ing at Fairview Sunday Ho reports two were baptised and three others to Iw baptised at next meeting But few people are seen about Con way now We presume that everybody is taking advantage of the beautiful weather Charlie Riddle who was working on section at Whites Ivy was knocked out of a car and besides other bruises had his shoulder dislocated I JACKSON COUNTY SAND GAP Juno litIt F Bales and wife 4visited his brotherinlaw Bob Johnson of Mores Creek last Saturday and SundayMiss Relwcca Morris visited her uncle James Marcnm Sunday Bob Day mid family visited Jimmiu Morris Sunday A good many from this neighborhood attended the Berea commencement and report a good tintsG W Hillard and wife took dinner with Jane Witt Sunday Mrs Helon Morrie of Birch Lick visited her daughter Margaret Day Saturday mid SundayMiss Martha Brockman has gone to Bourbon county to spend two weeks with her sister Esther JohnsonG W Hil lard attended Sundayschool at the Lakes schoolhouse last Sunday They hive a nice Sundayschool with Ned Lakes as superintendent Jim A Hurd went to Berea Saturday- to see tho doctor Ho hits been bleeding at the lungs Shelton Brockman took dinner with John Brockman Sunday James Marcnm and sons attended court at Rich mond ALCORN June 11Sineo tho rains hove ceased farmers seem to bo getting along bettor with their cropsHur Barclay Meador of Lexington held services at this place Saturda mid SundayBev J W Parsons of Berea preached the funeral of Geo Blanton deceased at his grave Sun dayrlte County Superintendent Judge Coylu and Pleasant Isaac county attorney nietat McKee Juno 11 for the purpose of examining the books snbmited by the various com panics prtjiratory to voting for the adoption of curtain IxoksWeeding corn and tan lark hauling is the general occupation in this vicinity Miss Armina Murphy is very illlit her homo near Chesnut flatissMartha Williams of Wanton Flat on the sick listU S Moyers of Kirbyiand judging from the time they arrived at Alcorn Sunday evening they must have had a very nice time The County Superintendent wishes the teachers to remember the date of tho teachers institute hold at McKee July to 8 MASON COUNTY MAYSYILLE Juno laMrs Pauline Gaines of Lexington and Miss Gertrude Keith of Dayton are visiting Miss Frankio Whaleyof West Front streetTho numeral of Mr Joseph Robinson was heldat the M E Church Saturday afternoon Rev N II Talbot ofliciut ing In tho death of Mr Robinson Maysrillo loses one of her most es- tunable citizens Friday evening closed one the most successful terms in the history of the colored school The commencement exercises were of n high order and tho way in which tho graduates acquitted them selves reflected no small honor on Prof C W grmluatesIGlOrgo deliveringtlllirthe evening was the address by Prof Trunk Williams principal of the Cov ington high school His address was eloquent and practical delivered in enjoyedbyis visiting friends und relatives at this placeMrs Emma Strnwder and Mrs Martha Slrawder attendee the commencement Friday evening MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON June IOTom McKeehan timid family spent Sunday with R B Gab bard and family =Mrs Susie Stoo spent n Saturday with her father Charlie Rogers Mat Green of Big Hill was in our town Wednesday of last wllkjrs Mattie Wiley was the guest of Mrs Holcomb Friday Mrs Susie Holcomb spent the past week with her sister at Broadhead Mrs Croucher wife of Sid Crouch er lecamo insane last week and was taken to the asylum She is the mother of seven children OWSLEY COUNTY MAJOR June 10 Farmers of this section are busy with their crops Tho Sun day school at White Oak is progressing nicelyMisses Flora Scale and Mary Ray and Mr Arch Settle at tended a social at the homo of Miss Jennette Gabbard last Saturday They report a nice timeA M Clark visited friends at Cawood Bend last SundayTho little childof Enoch Holcomb died last week N F Ambrose will teach on Buffalo Creek this fullBorn to the wife of Steve Tyro a line girlSeveral young people enjoyeda croquet party at the home of Tom Boroman last Saturday CONKLING Juno 13Henry Cainpl ell has liecii plowing on East View farm this HCkN F Ambrose mid his mother visited Berea last week He went from there to St Louis where ho expects to spend a few days Mrs Ambrose returned home Fridayerxlitll Gabbard and bride are expected homo tins week J D Creech and Ida Parkerson were married in Richmond Friday Juno 10r Creech is an examiner of this countyand Miss Parkerson is a teacher of Rockcastlu county Success to themFLOYD Juno 13Mrs Martha Sandlin of Buffalo Creek died last Tuesday morning of paralysisMiss Snythia Combs died recently after nn illness of two weeks of remittent fever We are hawing n school house erected at Floyd Ivy at a cost of 350 Joseph Baker is contractor mid Robert Amis is builder Tho safe of the Owsloy county Deposit Bank weighs 12000113 The cost of con veying it from Tallega R R station to Boonevillo was 50 the distance is only nilesDr CII Moore of Cow Creek has been engaged to teach our school The mail route by tho way of Floyd is to be changed to como up front Boonovillu in the morning instead of going down in the morning This takes effect the 1st of July GAB BARD Juno 11Time Boonevillo Bank is now open find doing business Mr and Mrs II II Rico were at Boone villo Monday on business A P Morton of Lexington was hero the first of tho week repairing sewing machines James Wilson has com pleted the schoolhouse hero anti is now building a kitchen for Mrs Emma Colo Ballard Huff was in Leslie county last week There were a good many people out Sanis hunting last Sunday Subscribe for Tile CITIZEN before you forget it Yi1wMtmwNItM Mothers Ear WORD in MOTHmmu mtmt nnmn- HURBIHO Alt INFANT AltO lit THI MONTHS THAT COME mgfOHf THAT TIMESCOTTS EMULSION SUPPLIER THE EXTRA fTHfHOTH AND HOUPI9HMKHT mo HmcmmfARY FOR THE HEALTH Of UOTH MOTHER AHO CHILD Send for tree sample SCOTT ft I10WNE C1emkte 40941 Pearl Sired New York soc and fl M all druggists t IDEAS To avoid great mistakes we must profit by small outs Any man can make himself in teresting by making himself lousA man without caro is seldom without trouole TAKE NOTICE Be sure cold rend our want unl1 column this week and every week Page 0 On account of time large number of requests for a continuance of our special offer as I1llicrilxI1on page 5 we have decided to extend the time limit to dimly1st Dont miss this last opportunity to get 200 worth for 100 Use Subscription Blank page FROM THE WIDE WORLD The Japanese led time Russians into nn ambush and 800 Russians wre killed Mrs Samuel L Clemens the wife of Mark Twain flied of syncope at Florence Italy M V V Jadovski tho Russian Minister to Switzerland was shot and seriously injured on time street at BerneIt is reported that the Russian fleet in a sortie from Port Arthur surprised tho Japanese and sunk four of their ships- A dispatch from Tangier says the Sultan of Morocco has agreed to ac cede to tho demands of the bandit linsuli to secure the release oC1tr dicaris and Varloy- Correspondents of London papers say that Perdicaris and Parlor will Iw released in a few dns tho Sultan of Morocco proving practically accepted all the demands of the bandits IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Martial law has hOn suspended in Las Animas county Colwherl n strike has been on for months Gov Pennypacker of Pennsylva nia has apKiinted AttyGen Knox to succeed the late Senator Quay Two men were killed and nn en gino and two cars demolished in a wreck in the Big Four yards at Cairo 111 Time militia has leen withdrawn from Hanging Hock 0 and half a dozer special deputies have lawn placed on duty Forty commissioners from the Philippine Islands are now making n tour of tho United States visiting time principal cities and points of in terestTwo pitched battles lelwcon union miners mid soldiers were fought in the Cripple Creek mining region yesterday Martial law has IMHJII de dared Win Nelson Cromwell a Now York lawyer is said to have received two million dollars as his fee for sell ing time Panama minal to the U S probably tho largest single fee ever paid for legal services Tho Maryland delegates to Democratic National Convention decided that should Senator Gormans nom ination for President not seem prow ticable Judge Gray of Delaware will lo warmly supported ns second choice COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Days of grace will not hereafter bo allowed on negotiable paler in Ken lucky An electric lighting system is booing installed in tho town of London Laurel county Four persons worn badly hurt by the explosion of sawmill Ixrilcr near Tar Springs Breckenridge county Tho coal banks on tickets Creek in Harlan county are being ripened up The coal is of very luau quality Alonzo Baxter n Cuml crlaiid county farther committed suicide by throwing himself into tho Cumlwr land river He was limit recently di vorced Curtis Jell the notorious Breathitt county murderer began his life sen tence in time penitentiary at Frank fort Ho was put to work in time chair factory Ninety seven of the 131 bills a dopted by the last General Assembly will become laws in effect Monday Manyof these measures carry appointments to be made bylimo Gov enorFrank Mills Andrews of Dayton 0 WItS selected as architect of the new Capitol building by the State Capitol Commission Tho plans of the 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