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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w a 1 fHH HHHriMHI MILTONJ RACER Ifntored GlIAl faUojfet at Bcrta Ay aeeand else taaflatafter +JH+HIIllH HHIfI 1111VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY WfiTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 23 1904 One dollar a year NOJ I COPIED FROM MITCHELLS MAPPF t KENTUCKY1834NOW SHOWING MOUNTAIN COUNTIES AS THEN LAID OUT 17I t HONOR OF PEOPLE THE MOUNTAIN pubilislmgl proportimtyare dfftcendcd front gxl citizens who X armyhis1111 attention and don a great deal to Improve tin Htawliujjof tho noun tiiin jHoplo in thu eyes of the world By the request of Bovonil jHntoiw who hum kept filtw of Tits CITIZEN with tho natncH of Revolutionary hcftx which were then published wo reproduce this week our mop of Eastern Kentucky showing how thoI 1oollllthtlcre divided in the year I J IDEAS Wanting littlo nubs a I oor man rich wnntlng snitch ntakiw n rich JInuu poor t for troubles ct811rJfu unhmlcd warning Wo judge of othero by tvhnt they 110 mitt of ourwlvift by what wo intend to do FROM THE WIDE WORLD A British liatthnhip has left Gl bnillar for Tangier Morocco MinnionarifS may now return to Korea In safety Two JapanoKo transport Hhijw with 1000 men wero stank by Ilusman war Miipn which nmy delay tho Japanese attack on Tort Arthur The Momcvnn bandits have not yet relcawsl their prisoners IVrdi raris mod Vnrloy Tim KiifwimiH were defwiUd at Varfangow lowing 2000 men nnd are retreating northward Tho Turks continue to nmssacro Arinenians 8XK hm ingbeen recent ly klllwl ill thn SUHWIII district The Russian GovernorOenenil BobrikolT of Finland WIIH killed by an iiMuuwin on account of Ruwtinn oppression of Finland Tho Japanese won a weeping vie tory qver Gen Slakell rg at IcIlAA- uTIlt ItiiBHlaiM wero utterly routed and left COO dead on thu field Two HiiHHian batteries wero literally cut to piece by Japanese Bhells IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Fire at Norton Va destroyed the f entire business portion of the town Maj Gen Henry 0 Corbin has been ordered to command tho division of tho Philippines Stale Democratic conventions in 1l Mississippi nnd Arkansas have in structed their delegates to vote for Judgo Parker for President Tho big now Amity lain in the 1 Arkansas river but recently complet ed nt u cost of 100000 hits been destroyed by high water Two muskeg men held up a North ere Pacific passenger train near Boarmouth Mont blow own the express wife and secured all of its contents Tho reunion of Confederate Peter null closed at Nashville with n parade Touching scenes were enacted nt tho reviewing stand whoro pen Lee nnd Mrs John U Gordon woro greeted Tho threedecked steamer Gen Slocnm carrying u Sundayschool excursion burned to tho winters edge lu East River Now York Cityturd over 000 persons mostly women nUll children were burned to death or drowned I lIi CollB Library z 1 rl7w THE CfIZENT everyfamilytry The old fashioned way was to write down on tilt blank pages at the x ginnhrg of the fatuity Bible the names of the man and his wife when they iKgan housekeeping and to add out by ono the names of their child Veil with tho dates of their birth marriage or death From the old family Bibles in many cues eople out trncu the history which would otherwise bo forgotten mod find out whom their grand parents nUll great theylivednull tinny other interesting and in structive facts This will enable many to know where their ancestors lived in COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tit Court of Appeals adjourned SeptumbtrIC our OI1J J1111 t Caleb Power owe until tho fall term ofcourt and tho Hon Harry H Hawen spoke A reception was held at tho Kentucky building at night Kentucky day was n success The exercises drew largo crowds to the Kentucky building President Fran cis of till KxjKwition ComKiny Gav Bwkhain the Hon E1 McDormott The Court of Apjx als overruled the etitiou for n rehearing In till case of James Howard charged with 111111Itho lists of Kentucky at Campljellsvillo voted to change till temM rancu organization to that of the AntiSaloon League of Kentucky ItiiKsellvillo was selected as the next unsung place During the present summer parties of engineers of tho United States Geological survey in charge of Messrs W L Miller and C E Churchwill prepare naps of jwrtions of Hender son Welwter Daviess McLean Woodford Scott Franklin nnd Anderson counties in Kentucky The work will Ixj done in co operation with the State Geologist Pres and Mrs Frost Go Aboard Prep null Mrs Frost left early this morning for New York City where on next Tuesday they will sail on a ship ol the Cuimrd Line for Liver pool England From there they will go north through tho Lake District to Glasgow Scotland will spend some Unto at Edinburgh and then will go south through York visiting Bedford the hoino of John Jlunyaii tho author of Pilgrims Progress nnd Epwo th tho homo of the Wet Joys Prom there they will go to Scrooby whence the Pilgrim Fathers set sail for America then to London and Liverpool sailing for Montreal Canada on August 25 and reaching Berea in time for the opening of tho Pan Term This trip is taken through the kindness of friends who provided tho money President Frost has eon scnted to write an occasional letter to Till CITIZEN describing the interesting places visited Dr C J Moirelt a RfiuluMo of imsllclno and hM much right to for ale dls any TIthTIIINAtectliliiK clillilrtn TM TIIINA AWe Ulgea lion regulates ho llowfl ircwomm niiil CoiiuliTtict oho KHocU of the Summer 1Ial- anti mates teething riuy 1831 The mountains told the rivers- ore tilt same but tho county lines have lxen greatly changwl And besides the honor which ho longs to the fninilics descended from JtevolutionaryNar greater honor which belongs to tho families of those who fought in the j great war for lilwrty the Union +The keeping up of family records and history should not ho merely n thingrorby their actions thuy will honor or diR Elllitthough wo cannot improve that an I cestry we urn In ediiuition nnd reli gion improve OIir ixisterity Atnrrlran GlrlJWk Mar wJMkw Gladys UMcen wttlifw- U It l Mkl Crown 1rlaeeniltlpm eC Cor 1 manf fell In lore while riiltlng In England a ycnr or eo BRO Is on American girl and a close friend or Consuelo TU duchess of Marlboro At Cannes Krnticc In ISffJ SUM Deacons father shot nnd killed tMwnrd Abcllle a wealthy Krenduimn whom Ito believed to t o tho lover of Mrs Deacon late served a short term In a French prison and tiled In 1001 In an Insane asylum Intrlrk beery Nasal hero noaUwaln Patrick Decry of the Unit ed Status navy who at great ptrll swain to tho submarine boat Adder and attached a slue to her In a gnlo off tho Virginia coast has been awarded a medal of honor This was the fourth time that the dmIng Fcainnn had performed similar acts of bravery Patrick Decry Is a native of Ireland fortyfive years old and lies been In tho United States navy twentyone years Ate Monte Is In Brooklyn where ha bas a Who and three childrenAN THE GOOD OLD QUAKER t Once said to his boy Nathan it is not what thee readyy I j that makes thee smart it is not what thee eats that makes thee theeIThis Savinghabit may be acquired through the steady use of an account in our bank t tfi f io1i Berea Banking Co Main St Berea great canpleasePaintin Repairing and Hnhbar firstclass JKENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS Dry Goods Notionsand Ladies Furnishings CLOSE PRICES A Reliable House dealwith WHITE GIBSON Main Street Richmond Dillingham Corner Gel The Latest Ladies Collars anabundance presentWeendless varie- tySummer Laces have just added the new patterns stock laces and inserting and certainly please MillineryMidsummer prices vail here determined carry nothing over No trouble show goods Mrs Bettie Mason MainiStt Ky liJ1 A Family Carriage that combines beauty and comfort with convenience well made easy riding Itismanship durability comfort will give satisfaction for general family than madeOurmade consistent with good workmanship + and superior quality The nutria satisfied customers t i 1 pt cs i I1 for work Richmond Ky e I I e9 to II We all est to our of can you already We are to to to Berea l 1 is one of our and more use can be of Farm For Sale One mile from Scaffold Cane pike on Scaffold Cane Hill The farm contains 75 acres is well watered in cludes 6 room dwelling barn and out buildings Good young peach and apple orchard Baptist church locat mitedistanceJ S WADDLE Rockford Ky Will You Celebrate The Fourth of Julys If so be 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 Prevents Blood Poisoning relieves pain instantly and heals with out leaving ugly scare TO REDUCE STOCK To reduce our stock by July 1 before taking invoice we are offering our ontire stock of SHOES and GENTS FURNISHING GOODS at greatly reduced prices for CASH Call in and get our prices and you will be con vinced Crutcher TribbleM- ain Street RICHMOND KENTUCKY s KENTUCKY DAY AT THE WORLDS FAIR r THE BANNER DAY OF THE EXPOSITION THE HENDERSON ROUTE THE OFFICIAL LINE FOR KENTUCKIANS Governor Beckham the Louis ville Board of Trade tho Com mercial Club and tho Merchants and Manufacturers Association HendersonRoute C DayIqk yroit gyour tl1uw un lie UeRd8l8OB Route the Free Beclintag Chair Car Line SnbscribeM for ThW Citizen Buy your Engagemant and Wedding Rings From the largest and best stock of goldjewelryCall and see our line of goods A J Thompson Opposite Burdettes Mill Boron Ky HOME MADE CANDY L Pure Wholesome and Healthful Assorted Bonn in neat J pound boxes East End Drug Co Main St Berea Ky HHIMMK H H Illvi J J J J I Ice CreamtCrushed Fruit Flavors Coca Cola Cherry Phosphate Popallflavors Grape Juice youin r Get the best at the East End Drug Co Main Street Barea Ky i iiA SOLACE IN NATURE When fortune had no smile fur you and Joy seemed nut of reach And you and Ilapptnen alas were very far apart Did you over stand at twilight on some quiet wuvcwaslinl bench AndIet the seas enft monotone speak comfort to your hurl When IMe had lot Its savor and chill disappointment fell On the ch rlahrd plan or project that yoj had gladly nude tld you ever bend your footsteps to some green and tranquil dell Vlicrc the trees grow leave for heal ing and birds stag unnCmhlI When Death hnd cast Its shadow and a loving voice was Htlll That hud been an tends music to the unMilno of your tar Did you over taKe your sorrow to the moorland or the Nil And lot the whlcperlnu breezes charm your bitter tsars a11IFor Nature sweet in silence and Il1s sweet In speech Has a word for every trouble und balm for every smart But to find her gifts of solace which ore well within our reach We must come as trustful seekers and draw very mnr her heart E Jifatheson In CtiambeV Journal THE MISSISSIPPI BUBBLE I By EMERSON HOUGH Author et The Story of the Cowboy The Girl at the Hillwiy nurse Etc Coprrlght by Ewnoa Uoazh CHAPTER X1VIiItt ONTIXUKII There sounded at the hack of the great hall the tinkle of a little bell or- t Bonio soft metal It approached and with It the sweeping stir of heavy liken garb The door opened adlultI ting a still greater blaze of there swept Into the hall as though ewlmmlug upon tho Hood of this added brilliance n figure strlKIng enough to nrouse attcntlun even at that time and place even among the beautlos of the court of France There advanced calm and stately with the gliding ease of a perfect carriage tho figure of a woman slender with full bright eyes nnd somber hair Sho stepped to the place at tho regents right hand with head high and eyes un drooping For a dramatic Instant she paused as though in the rehearsal of a parta part of which It might be said that the regent was not along the author This triumph of woman over other women this triumph of vice ov Kther vice of ef froiitery over ntery akin thls could not navem ao planned and ty any 01er1tAknowldid yet tho elegance the disdain the indifference of this uowcomer this they could not support Hatred sat in the bosom of each woman there as she swept her courtesy to tho new guest of the regent who took her place as of right at the head of the board and near the regents arm Our gentlemen are somewhat late this evening exclaimed Philippe TIs too bad the Abbe Dubois could not be with us tonight to administer clerical consolation Ah Me drole Dubois exclaimed Mademe de Tcncln And that vagabond the Due de Richelieu but we may not wait Again ladles the glasses or Bechamel will be aggrieved And finally though I perceive most of you have graciously unmasked lit me say that the moment has now arrived when we mane plain all secrets He turned Ms gaze upon the woman at his right As though at a signal she half rose unclasped the circlet of gems at her throat and swtpt back across the arm of her chair the soft garment which enveloped her A a long breath of amazement brole from those other dames of Paris Not one of them but wits sated with the blaze of diamonds the rlrth red light of rubles and the fathorn lees radiance of sapphires Silks and snMns and cloth of gold and silver had few novelties for them The costumers of Paris center of the world of art even In those times of unrivaled extrava gance and unbridled selfgratification held no new surprise for these beauties r possessed so long of all that their Imagination required or that princely liberality could supply Yet here In deed was a surprise As site stood at the regents right calmly and composedly looking down the long board as she arranged her drapery before resenting herself this new favorite of the regent appeared in the full costume of the American native A long soft tunic of exquisitely dressed white loather fell below her hips Intricately embroidered In the native bead work of America and stained with great blotches of colors done In the quills of the porcupine heavy reds sprightly yellows and deep blues Down the reams of this loosofittlng tunic depended little waving fringes The belt which caught It at the waist t was wrought likewise In beads Be neath the levol of the table as she K fa stood the Inquiring eyes might not no clearly see yet the white leggings fringed and beaded and covered by a ewseplng blankest of snowy buckskin might have been scon to finish at tho f ankle and blend In texture and orna with tiny shoos which coy 1ered the smallest loot yet een In Paris shoes at the side of which there dangled the little bells of metal whose tones hnd told her coming f Here and there upon the bead work of the native artist who hail made this atttt at the expenso of so much pa dent effort mete Mazed the cnnnglnu rays of real gems diamonds rubles emeralds every stone known as pro cious As the full bosom of the scorn ful beauty rose and toll there were cast about In sprays of light the reflect lions of those gems Bracelets of dull beaten metal hung about her wrists 11 her hair were or tin a oats of some ill blue stone Barbaric beautiful fascinating savage she surely seemed as she met unruffled tho startled gaze of these beautiful women of the court who never at oven the most fanciful bal maslve In alt Paris hind seen cos- tum4lie thus r l Ladloi la volla1 I spoke the regent Ma belle sativage The newcomer swept a careless cour tesy as she took her seat As yet she had not spoken a word Your trace said Madame do Sa bran was It not understood that we were to meet tonight none less than the wizard Monsieur Vas Monsieur Las will be with us nnd his brother replied Philippe But now I ask you to bear witness to the shrewdness of your friend Philippe in entertainment I bethought me that as we were to have with us the master of the Messasebe U were well to have with us also the typified genius ot that same Messasebe Twas but a little conceit of my own And why mon enfant what Is It to you What do you know of our controller of finance The face of the woman at his right had suddenly gone white with a pallor visible even beneath its rouge and patches She half turned as though to push back her chair from the board would have arisen would have spoken perhaps yet act and gesture were at the time unnoticed Ills excellency Monsieur Jean Las lo controleurgeneral came lbe soft tones of the attendant near the door Monsieur Guillaume Las brother of the controleurjjeneral The eyes of all were turned toward the door Every petted belle of Paris there assembled shifted bodily In her seat turning her gaze upon that man whose reputation was the talk of all the realm of France Ah Monsieur Vas Monsieur Lns exclaimed Philippe of Orleans stepping forward to welcome him and taking the hand of Law in both his own You ate welcome you are very wel come Indeed The soup will be with us presently and the wine of Ails with us TREMBLING HAtTIXO now You and your brother are with us dad all at last Is well These ladle are as I believe all within your acquaintance You have been present at tho talon of Madame de Tencln You Know her graccMhe Duchess de Falarl recently Madame dArtague Mademoi cello de Caylus you know very well and of course also Mademoiselle Aisso la belle Clrcasslenue but what t Dlable Have you gone mad Come Is the sight of my guest too much for you also Monsieur Lns There was irritation In the tone with which the regent uttered this protest ret he continued Monsieur Las tis but a little surprise had planned for you Mademoiselle my princess of the Messasebe let me present Monsieur Jean Las kIng of the Mcsstsebe and hence your sovereign This is my fair unknown whoso face I have promised you sbould see tonightthis Monsieur las Is my princess the one whom I have seen fit to honor this evening by the wearing of the chief gem of France The regent fumbled for an Instant at his fob Ho stepped to the side of the faltering figure which stood arrayed In all Its savage finery Ono move ment and upon the dark locks which fell about her brow there blazed the un speakable Ares of a stone whose magnificence brouKlit forth exclamations of awe from every person present See cried Philippe of Orleans Twas on the advice and by the aid of Monsieur Vas that I secured the gem whose like Is not known In all the world Til chief of the crown Jewels of the realm of France this tone now to bo known us the regents diamond And now as regent of France and mas ter for a day of her Jewels I place this gem upon the brow of her who for this night is to be your queen of beautylThe wino of Al bad already done part of its work There wero bright ened eyes eay gestues and ready compliance as the guests arose to quaff the toast to this now queen As for the queen herself she stood faltering her eyes averted her limbs trembling John Law tall calm self possessed did not take his seat but stood with set fixed face gazing at the woman who hold the place of honor at the tablo of the regent Come Come cried the latter testily JIB wine working In his brain Why stand you there Monsieur Vas gazing as thought spellbound Salute sir as I do the thief gem of France and her who Is must fit to wear It Jonn Iaw stood as though bo halt not heard him speak There swept through the softly brilliant air over the stash and glitter of the grct n quet board across the little group which stood about It n sudden seme of a strange tense unfamiliar situation There came to nil a presentment of some unusual thing about to happen Instinctively the hands paused even as they raised the bright nnd brimming glasses The eyes of all turned from one to the other from 4he stern fteed man to the woman decked in barbaric finery who now stood trembling drooping at the head of the table Law for a moment removed hu gaze from the face of the regents Sliest He flicked lightly ot the deep mutt of lace Which hunk about his hauls Your grace IS not far wrong said he I regret that you do nOt haft your way in planning for me a surprise Yet I must say to you that I have a ready met this lady that cried the regent You have met her Impossible Incredl ble How Monsieur Las We will admit you wizard enough nnd owner of tho philosophers stone owntfrjjof anything you like except this secret ot mint own According to mndetn- Belles Ji own words It would havejbn Impossible None tho less what I have said Is true said John Iav calmly his voice even find wellmodulated vlbraUns n little yet showing no trace of anger nor of emotional uncontrol But I tell you It could not lie ngaln exclaimed the regent No It Is Impossible broke In the young Due de lUchelleu would swear that had such beauty ever fot foot In Paris before now the news would so bare spread that all Franc had been at her feet Law looked at the Impudent youth With a gtue that seemed to iwsi through him seeing him not Thin suddenly this liIeae and Its slni entice Its ultimate mooning seemed to take Instant hold upon him He could feel rising within his soul a Hood ot irresistible emotion All at on ehls anger heritage of an Impetuous youth blazed up hot and furious lie fjjxl a step farther forward after his b lop advancing close to that which threatened him This lady your grace said lie has been known to me for yetirv Mary Connynge what do you masquer tiding here t A sudden silence foil a cosec- broken e at length by the voice ofFfhu regent himself jSurely Monsieur Las said I hll Ippe surely wo must accept yqur statements nut Monsieur niastfre meihber that this Is tho table t21 regent that theie are the frienSjHtbr the regent We bring no recollcfctlont1 here which shall cut short the jowpl h any per ou Sir I would not re mad you but mint beg that yrUl seated and be calm Yot the lmi orljU3 nature of tb- other brooked nIt even so pointers rebuke As though he had not herd Law stepped yet a pace fpantwoman upon whom he now bla pt41 9y0ed1P nelti br to nor bJr tJ coimnJniletl the wonlan ttntllllnVtui her eyes sought his owni t This woman your grace said Law at length wan for some time In IIfeet my wife This I do not offer u matter of interest What I would say to your grace Ja thisshe was also my slave Slrrah rrled the resent Ah dame exclaimed the Due de Richelieu And even from the women about there came little m rmurs of ex postulation Indeed there might have been pity even in this assemblage for the agony now visible upon the brow of Mary Connynge Monsieur the wine has turned your head said the regent scornfully You boast boast of nothing cried Law say agely his voice now ringing with a tone none present had ever known to assume I say to you again this woman was my slave and that she will again do as I shall choose Your grace Eke would come und wipe the dust from my shoes If I should com mand It She would kneel at my feet and beg of me If I should command It Shall 1 prove this your graces Oh assuredly replied tho regantj with a sarcaMm which now Kee1 only relief Assuredly If Monslcu Las should please We here In Paris are quite his humble servantsILaw said nothing Ho stoo with his biting blue eyes fluid fixed upon Mary Connynge whose own eyes faltered trying their utmost to escape from his whose fingers resting Just lightly on the snowy Hollands of the table cloth moved tremulously whose limbs appeared ready to sin beneath herCome then Mary Connyngo cried Law at last his teeth setting savagely together Come then traitress aril slave and kneel before me as you 011 once before Then there ensued a strange and liar rlhlo opectacle A hush as of death fell upon the group Mary Connyiiro trembling halting yet always advanc hog did Indeed as her master had bit den She passed from the head of the table hack of the chair of tho rcctwho stood gazing with horror In his eyes she passed the chair of AUse neat which Iaw now stood aha1 paused 11JthoughIndeed sunk beneath her She drew from her bosom a silken kercll1t as though sin would Indeed per formed the Ignoble service which had been threatened for her There came neither voice nor motion to those who saw this thing The sheer force of one strong nature terrible in tho Intensity of one supreme momentthis might have been the spell which commanded at the table of the regent Yet this did occur There came a sound which broke the silence which caused all to start ta wltn swift rtllef A sob short dry hard as from one whoso heart is broken came from beyond the plata when Law btood facing the UrrtMau woman The eyes of all turned upon Will Law from whom had hurst thin Irrepressible exclamation of agony Will Law as ono grown swiftly old haggard brokendown etool gazing lu tideeyed horror at this woman so hu miliated In the presence of all lit this brilliantlylighted hat before tin blazing mirrors which stould hive rr llectcd bark naught but beauty aai Joy under the twining rovsa whichI should have been tho signs undying love under tho smiting cherubs which should have typified tine dollies of happy love Will Law too had loved Perhaps still 1m In vet This sharp sound served to freak also the spoil under which Law Jim self seemed held lie east aloft hll arms As III icmorse or In despair Then he extended It hand to the womac who would have sunk before him God fwjrv mil madam he cried I had tori Havnro Indeed you an and have beet ftjt tis not for me U treat you brutally Your grace said ho turning to ward the regent I crave your par don Our cxplanitlons shall roach you on the morrow He turned and taking his brother b the arm advanced toward the door at which bo hall rinry entered patio ing not to look behind him Had hits eye teen inure curious as he and his halt fainting brother bowed before passing through the floor It might have seen that which he must lone have borne In memory Mary Connyngo trembling pnllld utterly brolen never found her way Mack to the right hand of the recent She half stumbled Into a chUr near the foot of the table Her bottom list tered at tho base of the throat Half blindly she reached number hand ward a glass of wine whl h stood nrIby foaming and spar Itnjr tw RPU llLe drops of hen pnnt ncy Hwlniiiilns continuously up to the surface lrhtml caught at the slender stem of the glass leaning upon b1 left arm she half rote as though to put It to her lips Her head moved as though she would follow the retrwiln fivir of the man who had thus scornfully wlher All at once slowly anittwith a sudden crash the sank nwn ipon her sent and fell forward ri mj the Uble The troche glace snapped In her lingers The amber wine m In d ln swift flood acros tbe linen In tale broadening stain there fell and lay TiliHlnK the gTrstl irni of Frump ITo Hi mntlmwd SOME EASY MONEYI lll inin harp mrrlrnn AViui rrul Wnurr on the ullnn- fiilih nC n Muril eLan t e old days when a IdewdMfr ten the Misslwlppi was the chief way fqr people to travel who rrre do lrms iuf ruing smith an BnrUhman heI hwn d a rxnlv was a paM nner on t these boils While en route rein m Chicago Tribune bo had Irejugut if n nlU tit a tMOfJI rnrAmerican to Join In a game uf ttrJl but the phleswatlc Knllhman declined the Amerloan solicitations thesen and to this he consented Aii three or four morn had Len mdejthe American Informed his be had bettor take back the move he had made at he was sure to btt a hint The nnpllihrann at nun was on hit high horno and Informed his rival he would not bo dictated to Tho Arrerlrnn replied did not nictate to you I never said you did I stated I would not le dictated to Again he Was tact with the answer I did not nictate to you This angered tho Englishman who again stated ho would not be dictated to and that there was no such word as nlctnto ill bet you t6 there is said the AmericanThe was covered With cool tie liberation tho American prlled a dictionary out of his pocket and showed the word nlclitej meaning to wink at saying This Is tle seventh JS bill I have woj on that word today IlelliMltnn of llnrlulor A man begins to want to get married- to a oman when she begins to want him to want a Give a tuna nothing and ho will lw thankful It wan not less give him something and ho will rage because it was not more Women would never make good bar glara because they would waste all their time looking under all the had of every house they broke Into fro n force of habit- Generally when you say something to a woman that doesnt mean anything you can make her bellevo It was awlu ily wicked If you act as If you vert afraid somebody else might have hear- d1LNV Press W Ilouad IniuynleH The spirit of modern life Is to plunge Into experiences vigorously and got the most from them This was the spirit that animated tne man who preferred tough beefsteak because there was more chew to It Similarly virile was the attitude ol Mr Skllllngg who had come to town to order a new family carriage Now I suppose you want rubber tires said time agent No sir replied Mt Skllllngs My folks nlnt that kind When were riding wo want to know Youths Companion 111111 p I suppose said a sympathizing neighbor that you will erect a hand some monument to your husbands memory Then the tearful widow replied To his memryi Why pnor John bAdnt any t was sorting over some of his clothes today sad I found the pockets full of letters I hid give a hlw V posLN Y Prim DR V H HOBSON I Dentist omNi nrit door to rimoffice Richmond Ky a Suod by His Doctor A doctor here has sued me for I12no which 1 claimed was excessive for a case of cholera moibus oats R White of Concholln Cal At the trial ho praised his medical Hkill sod medicine I asked aim it it was not ChainborlainH Colin holera and Diarrhea Remedy ho ut das I had ROod reason to believe it was and ho would not say under oath that it was not No doctor could utw a better remedy than this in a case of cholera morons it never fails Sold by S E Welch Jr Druggist J nSC W ee rifteohallTnwnryttl ImtlM nIl1b4 pgbWof ibi 1 t rrraKMTb md ntwton paleatlil- tySWIFTC0 ttlrSLnyr3o- pp UI ref el OIItOfI a Iz 0Driven to Dosporatlon Living at au out of the way iH remote from civilization a family often driven to desperation in case o accident resulting in Burns Cut Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in n supply of Bucklonfl Arnica Salvo Its the Jx ft pa wth v 25t at thp FjLsk Ice 9 Drug Co 8 Gooa Investment For 8170 will send b apresa not iirrpiU1i IlrarterTrletraph xructlons tor InrnlDc THLKGKAIMI O1M2KATING A tuinatlr study that will lubl011 to urn r wale tLntfurm TelerraphCaaloewhich hgeit Vkrlrtr HiwUlllro or tar tb tof will wail Tlrphou Catalog ukI HERMAN C TAFEL IVCNTtHINQ IUCUICItII4 Jtrr ar ao1 lut ae Twontyflvo Conts Will give you rest Will stop your pain and itching Pnracatnph ab solutely cures Piles whether bleeding or itching Guaranteed by S E Welch Jr Druggist v J J AZBILLS Ii the place to get your Blacksmith ing done We have the tools and the skill Horseshoeing BOc we are headquarters for good work and low prices come Dill HILL PIKE 1 MILl EAST BEBUL REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for homespun and homewoven goods ouch as bed coverlids linen drew linsoy jeans blankets etct at follow lUll prices Comlids E 4 to f8 Linen 40 to 60 cents a yard Dregs Linsey CO cents e yard Jeans GO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyeH t3 a pair White linsoy and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches wide and 21 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homo made dyes- Anywomanwhowants to sell cover lids or homespun to Borea College hould find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 epic For Information apply in person or by letter tc Mrs Hrttle W Graham Bone Kjr IiiThrownfrom his wagon and severely Ho applied Chamberlains bruisedIfreely und says It is the beat he over used Mr Babcock is a well known citizen of North Plain Conn There is nothing equal to Pain Balm for sprains and bruises It will effect i a cure in onothird thu time required by any other treatment For sale by SE Welch Jr Druggist Buggy Carriage I IHarnessi I WEATHER and fine FINE invite you to drive for pleasure and profit Does your harness look as well ns rest of your turnout or is it shabby and thus detract from the general appearance If so an easy way out of it Select a new sot of Buggy or Carriage liar ness from Our Large Stock nt astonishingly reasonable price However if you decide to make your old har- D do let us put it in goodrrepair for you It wout cost much T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Kt I Nournlgla Pains Are IIOlI1ltill1tH almost unbearable ParacHinph rolioviw Neuralgia and iluiulncho instantly by opening the pores stimulating tho circulation and removing tho conation A froo application will convince you of iU merits So dont suffer but keep Inrncatuph in your homo Your nood it every day tIMONUMENTS U ra NdsUe luticr flriult ant kln MbltIworlllDIIDlik onabla prices and with IdiMJltltch All work KUUIantt9d b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND KyiCtoratrot Mali sod Celllrt glrtl IlL That Throbbing Hoadacho youIThouHanda of sufferers havo proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches Thoy make puro blood nod build up your health Only 2G cents money back if not cured Sold by tho East End Drug Co Druggist GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR AT ST LOUIS USE THE- HENDERSON ROUTE THE LINE THAT IS COMFORTABLEBEYOND i FREEI l RECLININGCHAIR Official Route For Kentucklans To ST LOUIS Ask for our rates GEOL GARRET UJRWIR Tray Psssr Aft On Pacer AfLOUISVILLE KYdTHAI GONE FEELINGI TIRED DULL AND BLUE BACKACHE AND LASSITUDE happvWritDR DCNZINGER D Itlmore Md rte walr f 5 THIS CITIZEN HHH HHHtHISHlH IThe Home 1 JKNN1B LESTER HILL Editor 1 1F 11It lIIIHH III-i The Three Best Doctors If a faiuoiiH city doctor should Cram to oneof our litHo country towns std advertise to treat all who Eaton fret of charge how thoso with disease and without would flock to hint Every traveling patent medicine show UVMII is allu to draw a bigcrontl tall null iniuiy a dollar lx ttlo on the mere chancu of it leing the right medicine Now wo in till country may have constantly with im the three Ixsl iloctuni in till wurltltlw three doc torH to whom nil othor iihyNiciaim wild their patients when till other help him rll 1111 They art Dr Sunshine Dr Krenh Air null Dr Porn Water They havo more to do than nil the other doctors and medicines in the world with keeping us strong in mind nod in Ixxly Moreover they dont charge a cent no r atter how long a call they have to make hut it is your own fault if you do not havo their constant atten danco they aro esjiecially Hiiccuwful in treating rheumatism coimumjition and tliHeiiHeti of the kidneys For liver uud Htomnch trouble they insist that Dr Exorcist shall also IK called in lIOIdiwill leave your vhtido vet nho will come in and euro you while you sleep t Hut dont defendtit what medicine he van farts down yon Oil your at tention to his prescription an you would to thud of any other doctor Take Imfon and after tacit meal on rising and Imforo going to IKK nil you can breatho in half a dozen long breaths Itomemlx f too that his med icine in to hO taken net through till mouth but through tin liON Dr Snimhino should lx invite l hlto every room of your house Ho n great tnenl of lx th dainitncns and j darkness tall whets he is allowed to enter frwly tho dlruyanti mold i which they art ever precluding with all their millions unit billions of di Ncaso germs will IK distroved Dr 1iiro Water should lx taken freuly through thoso hot daysnot- at meals however but on risingx fun going INMi and often lx tweon meals lit will drown tho impurities of tho hotly and wash away till what tattler t Invito these doctors to your homes Hit with them on your wido verandas this minnner and you will noon IH rewarded bya fooling of vigor anti freshness such BH no amount of juit cut me licino cnii giv- e111111111III11I1tIIt11JlH i The School JOHN WIRT DIHSMORB Editor 1I WHHhHWHrHH SPRING Written tot Tint CITIIK- NTliowlnil hMremM Ill wliUllhiR tliroiitli Iho trcee The happy bird iln sing Emits thin Ninth there Mown a iccnllebnvrc That tells UI now tit ttprlnc The told dark itteary wittier It IIM no charms ur mirth II ntlen anus In me alnnwt tot hulonakflllrtll lint now In Ills Kreat mercy Ids thag Ihaw drcsry days Tu brlsit slid Klllrl1 luppy IHIM Oh marvvloui are lilt ways The iwallowi now are here acaln The hints all arc Down Oh we should thank our Father rot the klmlnoa He lists shows The haipjr Imps are croaking Their cliorni to the strruna Tho sky now hsa a summa line The tun shah brighter Uauit The end dsbles Are lotIIllhrollllll Iho gram And soon to a to the brceie u they paw The pathway now la soil aid green our weary feet And In the womltanil nnil the acids We hear the lambs glad bleat And often whoa hear them them In their mirth t Iamsogtsdtokouwagaln- tI Uoda not lotMkeii l DfniiAM What Women Can Do For tho Public School You can first visit tho school and Her that tutu house III cleats before the HOBHion oH iiB that thuru aro enough seats pad hooksor nails or hats tern Int and lunch iKinkutH that thoro are a hail for water drinking vwMilH basin towulH and HOiip that tho yard ift clean and HOIIIO shrubs and trees planteil with vines to screen out buildings If tho yard is muddy lad especially if it la the red mud bo sure to have a walk made and a 1fury boards will help a great deal on tho wallr ono or more good pictures Copies of tho worlds Inns t tor pieces am Ixi had for a penny each and largo pictures for from live to twentyfivo cents But do not do grjide the Bchoolroom by filling it with trash better a perfectly clean has room than ono filled with taw dry decorations covered with dust Start a library I have INOII in many comforlablo homes whoro tho only books went a few old school hooks thin Bible and tho Almanac lull it is no wonder that wo havo snirered at tho hands of thin histor inns when this is true Help tho teacher by aiding in anti arranging for social evenings nnd entertain ments at tho schoolhouse Visit tho schxl anti interest others in doing BO The women of tho Slato eats do fur the fichoolhoiiKcrt a work similar to that which they havo done for every church and tho hoists of all good women will Ixi realized just in pro urtun to tho rational develop ment nod tin steady progress of tho civilizing work of churches and schools Mrs C D Melrer in an address to North Carolina Federation of Womens Clubs 0111111111111111111111111 The Farm SILAS C11EEVER MASON Editor HHHrH +H IIIIIIII+Hz VALUEOFWIDETIRES THEY IMPROVE DAD ROADS AND SAVE GOOD ONES Jut of llmillnar Urmtlr llnlurrd by Thrlr Ual Dnmnur Hunt liy Nar row Tlrr lruUlnllun on the Nub Jrrt tiers nod Al ri nil Wlilu tires itrvwrve Rood romlx lui prove poor tad rvinuvv ruts They nor nuiru effective by Imvlirt tho rear nxlo of the wiicon liincur that tlio for wunl sine Tim HNlf8t nod vlicnpost wny to keep the matin In condition Is to uit wide tires on vehicle Out uteri only to nlwut tho country n lUll to note the iliiiiuiKO dune by nnr row tires to roads built at xrent ex MIIIH The Mm of narrow tires Is cer tautly tlm loonllt kind of economy llsporlincntM with broad unit narrow llrvfl have dollnltfly uliown tits folly of r A KAItllOW THIS IIOAD nmlntnlnltiK tho prxwiit nynUin of smell tlntl wheels nn long ns the rondo ore IwUfTorvnt or positively bnd In quality The ex erlfnoiitM have shown first that as long tho minds are In JMor condition subject to much tots turn and thereby llnbla to become heavy and muddy at short notice the use of till narrow the Is a oslllvu hlmlrnncc It requires more power to haul a wagon than for the tire stinks deep Into thin material of the road and thus forms for Itself n con stout obstruction Hint must bo overcome Hut the broad tiro has a use other and indeed better tlmn that of mini mizing till labor and therefore the cost of hauling It cures tho butt condi lions that have been largely caused by the narrow tire serving as a com pressor and gradually compacting the material and greatly Improving Its condition Thus the use of tho broad tire meaim a double gain It saves In tho cost of hauling by permitting heavier loads to bo hauled by thin same agencies cud In less time and It saves too In thin cost of rondmaklng and In repairing It all road users could persuaded to change the tires of their draft ve hicles es eclally In the districts whero bud roads arc the rule rather than tho exception It In believed the ultimate cost of bringing the country thorough fares up to n modern standard would within n very short tlmo bo no low that tho most comprehensive road Improve ment laws could be pnssed without dllllculty Much tins been done In sonic states by granting exemption from road taxes to those road users who brava adopted the broad tires and likewise to those who have adjusts their vehicles that tho front and renr wheels will not track thus minimizing the chances of wearing tho surface of a road It has been found that wltlibroad tires In use the amount of surfacing material needed Is com paratively small In an address before the Minnesota Good Itoads association n speaker sal d that state legislation on the subject stands shout as follows California Authority given to counties to cnforco regulations ns to size of wagons and widths of tires Michigan For tires three and one half Incites or moro In width for loads exceeding 800 pounds a rebate of ono fourth of highway tax Now YorkrFor tires three Inches in width or over n rebate of one halt of highway tax not exceeding in any on year thosum of U p l Humor any Philosophy L Dr DUNCAN M SMITH Copvrlcht l9Jkby Diinrnn Jl Smith SPEAKING OF THE UMIT I dont believe In Ullllnir- In fnct I think Its rude And yet I would be willing To slaughter nny diido And nil stitch blooming Idjlta Whn life a bunion make Sty offering their dlplta high the hand With shnke The girl effusive KUIllllnR Who wants to make n hit And to tho door comes rushing Wit h elevated milt And jars your very Uver Id throw her In the lake Or toss her In the river high her hand With shake And theres the ancient creature Kind hearted you would swear Who wants to make n feature Of slinking In the nlr for her Im likewise gunning The treatment she must tuke For trying to be cunningelists the hnnd With shake Wanted a Lead Pipe Cinch We would like to take n flashlight picture of your parlor lady Will you kindly iiermlt to do sot snld the traveling photographer politely ell that depends How much do you give for the privilege Inquired the lady OlveV questioned the t p n puz jslwl expression on bin taco Certainly We never permit our rooms to Iw taken for less than n live dollar deposit as a guarantee of good faith and 10 per tent royalty on all the salts heat Scott exclaimed this t p after he hind backed out and recovered his breath Ill Ixt her name Is Mor gals In the Jungle What do you think of the Impudence of Mlcklu Monki asked the giraffe who wax evidently In n state pf mind My thinker Is not In good working order replied the elephant Tell me about It Hn has Just Ixvn npi onted adver tising agent for a banana grove and ho offered to furnish me collars fart of charge If I would allow him to use all of the advertising space on them Twice Happy lie listened to hU wedding bell With unaffected nlee t JoyouaelllWhen What the Light Meant It is BO cheery said the sentimental young man to have n light In the window for you when you return homo at night Oh Is It replied the married roan Well that Is all you know about It That light means that your wife Is sit ting up waiting for explanations The Fellow Feeling Yes I am n vegetarian and so Is the cow See how healthy it isl- 1erhnps that Is the reason You wouldnt watt to cut one of your kind Two Kinds of Fuel The horseless rapid road machine That skips oer plains nnd hllla You llnd will burn tin gasoline And twenty dollar bllln A Good Defense I call my wifes pin money our de fense fund iWhere Is the connection 1 It Is hatpin money Respected the Law Old Sklntllnt huts money to burn I havent heard of his being arrest ed for violating the smoko ordinance PERT PARAGRAPHS The critic Is much too foxy to write n book himself For the suit that Is checked at the olllce the prisoner gets one that Is Htrlped OSOUYlyufteo iTi liout OP TOnlt Half of the world tiles not know how the other half lives but having had Borne experience It can guess Poverty is n blessing that makes a hit byttlking wings It is all right to tell a ran to treat Ids wife as thought she were his sweet heart but docs n man want to be silly nil of his life A half loaf is hatter that no bread but that Is not true of pie if one la a dyspeptic The man with an elephant on his hands Hhould be careful that he does not drop It on his corns When a mare wants to be real meaD canot mako pie like they used to give him at the hoarding house 5000000Cash LION COFFEEWe are going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion Coffee Not only will the IionHeads cut from the packages be good as heretofore for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers but In Addition tothe Regular Free Premiumsth- e same LionHeads will entitle you to estimates In our 5000000 Grand Prize Contests which will make some of our patrons rich men and women You can send In as many estimates as desired There will bo TWO CREAT CONTESTS The first contest will be on the July 4th attendance at the St Lost Worlds Fair the second relates to Total Vote For President to b j 8 1904 4 000000 will be distributed in each of these contests making Soooooo on the two and to make Jt still more interesting In addition to this amount we will give a lOran First Priit if 500000 I Five LionHeads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a cent stamp entitle you in addition to the reg ular free premiums to one vote in I either contest WORLDS FAIR CONTEITIWhat will be the total July 4th attendance at the St LOUIS World Pair At Chicago July the attendance was2t0rl7 Per nearest correct estimate received In Wool on Spice Company office Toledo Ohio on or before June JIb 1904 we will give ant prlte for the nearest correct eitlmate second prize to the nest nearest etc etc ai follows 1 rant Prise I2OOOOO 1 Second Fris lOOOOO- a rriiM tnoooo each 100000-n priiet aoooo 10000010 Prliea 10000 100000 20 mm DOOO iooooo6- O Prliea 2000 lOOOOO oooolUOOaiae PRIZES TOTAL iaoooooo in C M B F have an of is a of the of our is Try our fine D M grow We sell thorn Good Coal Oil ISc por at 10 and 8 pm 70 Main Ky Ja to the one who is on both 11fand thus your have two I t Ivote2 acknowledgment IyouPRESIDENTIAL Whet wUI be the total Vote cut for vote for all at the election 8 19047 In 1900 election people voted lor For rect In office Toledo 0 on or before Nov 5 will give art prize or the neareit cor rect prize to the neat nearest etcetc as follow 1 1 2 0s100000B PrtsM 10 rrisM ao Fits BOOO PrllM 2000 10OOOOIMN 1000 500 j 9139 4279PRIZES4x279Distrib- uted U the Puhllcigjr t i r S4ivNNhi tMIHtii to hl wit 11000 Ic fineirs Particulars In CffFEE a crutfItlal of SIOOOII COMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS PACKAGE JtOF LION COFFEECO Mulllns Goforth The New Grocers Ve entirely Stock Groceries guarantee goods Our Complete Breakfast Ferrys Seeds gallon Goods am Phone Mullins Street Berea qflaafaratry nearest correct eontcttf estimates Cos The o- fTennessee1 Wagons the most of any on the market 23 in running gear cash sl in running gear byA P SETTLE Depot JrI every Lion Coffee Pack age The cent stamp cover the iexpense of our to 11 VOTE CONTEST Popular President candidates combined 139S9S3 Pretldent neareittcor estimates received Woolioo estimate seeoad PlrstPrtie I2BOOOO iMondmie 100000 hisss15020000 10000 100000 100000 250 190PraiM 000000 mm TOTAL SaOOOOOO shall tin darks LIOH Mm niklic IN EVERY WOOLSON SPICE CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO ONto New which FRESHNESS Line Bacon delivered Goforth November Special build make them desirable wagons 4250 5400 cash Street Will You Celebrate The Fourth of July f 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 Chamorlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are just what you need when you have no appetite feel dull after eating and wake up with a bad tasto in your mouth Thoy will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and give you a relish for your food For sale by S E Welch Jr Druggist LEADS THE WORLD I Dr V 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 of homes have stood the test purity and excellence for nearly half a century Wit recent pro- ductionsKPRICrSfv1 J WHEAT FLAKE CELERY I AND DR PRICES TRYABITA HULLED CORN are rapidly gaining a reputation for being the most nutritious wholesome and best preparations In their line The name of DR PRICE on any food product is a guarantee of its being perfect in structure and quality P tablsNMtritiNsEasy tf DigsstiN Ml Rusty to Eat E 2Ctel 1Dr Price the creator of Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extract 111 A 41ee11 Melt s111lalaMa 75 aaaNet Neillfta his nlala W Fag lulled 1N dlSlay oNraaa p by PRICE CEREAL FOOD COMPANY CMoago IIUM4C t i Sold by SE WELCH Jr Berea Kyt- tI t The Citizen Li INDEPENDENT FAMILY NtWSTARS robllilied ereTJ Thnrsday at Berea Ej JAMES M PublllhuIEditor and cnsonrrnoH nATrsrA- YABLB Ul tlptSixTare months Si nrt tnon b Pottofflc Ordry ai ReglrteedlitterThe liat alter your name shows to wbal lato subscription Ii paid II It II t within three e is sendlaf iaocey notlljrns- Subicrlbtrs raI wtihlng Tna Cmiut Ipcripttonlpaytngillbarrears othberwtre their we aball sub consider that onc ofmny chancejln JOV a4 NoUffu both old aud new addresses Mlutng Numbn due to coming Iff In the nulls or otherwise will gladly U supi tiled If we are notified Agents Wanted In every locality Write for leans tending ut four new yearly- mbecrlpdouswill recetre TUB CITIZEN free lor ino year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST OHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass pricesMerchant shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop KyCourt Ice Cream j All Flavors let Cream Soda Fruit Flavors 1Florida and California Bruits Vegetables jt jl jtft Phono JOESNo68 Select Grocer and Caterer Joes Corner Richmond Ky DR M E JONES Dentist OfficeOver Printing office BEREA KT Open Every Day from 9oclock i m until 4 oclock pm A J THOMPSON GENERAL MERCHANDISE 0 Fruits and vegetable a specialty errosiTi BUBOETTEB MILL Berea Ky a Wm Lunsford General Dealer in High Grade Pianos and Organs Instruments repaired and tuned Drop me a card and I will call promptly Berea Ky to to the Red White I Blue Store tier closing out Bargains in Shoes and Clothing A Lice hue of Groceries always priceWeuntil 1 p m Phone 60 B J ENGLE Prop Chestnut Street Bern Ky f GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS VEGETABLES and STATIONERY Lunch counter Agent for Langdon Bread Your patronage is solloted 1TR PETTUS Berea Ky TDONE No 73 l House ftNewt fitted up Meals and and Lodging at populai prices Nut door to Joes R 0 Engle Prop r Main St Richmond Ky Williams u better prepU ed thner to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL BEPARING promptly Clean kg and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W AI Williams t Main Street femfr t I WIIt Jgr of ilnptiritg 3Ji tzrr to Clouts Again HILLISII believe that in the next generation it will be vulgar to be rich vulgar to spend money It will be vulgar to have jingling chains on your horses so that people may know of your approach vulgar to have bright colors blazing on your carriages in the form ofI monograms vulgar to publish in the newspapers the amount spent on flowers at a funeral or reception and if any continue to be so vulgar youll pass such a man by as you would a common beggar or criminal This country is very soon going to learn sobriety prudence simplicity and the essential vulgarity of wearing on the outside the exhibit of property of possessions There is one disease in this country that will never be cured We have found remedies for nearly everything but there is nothing that will cure the microbe that works in a mans brain the desire to be We have had such men as Daniel Webster Henry Clay and presidentI Blainc who pursued this office year after year and how disappointment Of all the forms of Dantes Inferno we will find the cheapest exam ple in a man otherwise great and noble pursuing this ambition and then denied the satisfaction thereof If ambition is often the mainspring at the beginning it may at last become the destructive agent of a mans careerIf ever there was a time when young men and women were pos sessed of a desire for things a desire to get on in society it is now Oh what discontent what unhappincss in palaces What desires on great avenues among men and women to be leaders in society and also among the boys and girls in the schools to have social prominence Men are unceasing in their efforts to have money enough to out shine their neighbors women must load their persons with fine gowns and jewels till we have the awful tragedy that we all heard of in this city when men and women owe money not so much to great diamond mer chants perhaps but to the small trades people and to the poor dress maker and seamstress who must suffer cruelly for the loss of a few hun dreds of dollars It is a marvel perhaps how a woman can wear so much that is val uable in clothing It throws a light on the moral breakdown of our peo pie when we see them not only getting into debt but perfectly willing to get into debt and making no effort to pay their bills When you call the roll of the great they stand for simplicity The temperate zone is the place to live and God has blessed you if He has saved you from the tropics of luxury of indulgence on the one hand and the arctic belt of penury on the other Unless public opinion aroused the condition 1t1urlla 1tPS wf t1i5 the negro in the worseNrgruI some of the great states of the south the slavery that Was overthrown at the close of the war has been practically reestablished Our race in the south is undergoing trials of which the people oi the north do not dream Never since the civil war has the condition been so acute as now In the days of slavery the master gave the negro protection The black man was safe from injury at the hands of outsiders Possibly the master looked on the slave as you look on your horse but today we have no protector The organized sentiment of the south is making our lot hard to bear Congressman Crumpacker of Indiana has recently warned the country that a slavery more dreadful than the old is now impending The agri cultural laws of South Carolina put the great mass of the colored popu lation at the mercy of the planter The black man cannot leave the plan tation without permission from the owner and he cannot labor for any other white man without subjecting both himself and his new employer to arrest The same condition obtains in Mississippi Alabama and Louisiana Recently a South Carolina plantation was sold and with it the black laborers Under the laws of South Carolina the negro agricultural laborer is compelled to contract out for a year within ten days from the first of January He cannot contract to a new master at the end of the year for the old employer makes sure that the negro is in debt to him for a trivial amount I cannot understand how anyone can say that the negro has a better opportunity in the south than in the north In the north he has protec tion and liberty and can work out his own destiny In the south he is handicapped at the start for he has neither There may be inequalities in the northern labor unions but in the labor day parades the negroes are represented in every craft In the game of muI ourwthatBYI or New Orionsmustby the reform element And whyIBecause the ward leader docs not maintain his position solely by the patronage he dispenses it is rare to find a ward leader who can supply offices of positions for more than a very small percentage of his followi ers Among the adherents of the ward boss only a small really expect political reward direct or indirect in the shape of employ ment in the municipality Herein lies one of the dangers of the ward leaders power It requires all his skill to satisfy his own adherents by other means than patronage to keep them loyal These means imply the expenditure by him of money to assist his constituents when ithey are behind in their rent or when there is sickness or death in their families or in any of the thousand and one ways in which the improvident working classes find necessity for money The personal influence of the ward leader is called upon also when any of his constituents comes if conflict with the law and not the least of the bosss work is done in going bail for some petty delinquent The result is that the successful ward leader builds up for himself a personal adherence on thepart of his followers whose devotion to him represents their civic idealst a t THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lwsou in the International Series for Juno 20 1004 Quar terly Review Prepared by the Highway and By way Preacher tCopyrlght by J M KdsonJ- GOIUKN TEXT ron QlTAHTKIl Vhereiore Ood halh highly exalted him and given lama name which U ubove every tmnelhll 2e CKNTHA17I10UOHT KOIl QUAIITEII Jesus the Christ SUG1EST10NInasmuch as the studies In the life of Christ close with this quarter and during the six months study In the New Tetament wo have covered the en tire life of Christ It will be well to Include In the review a rapid glance at the evenll- In Jesus life which wwe considered In the tlrsl quarters HKSOIIS In this wily nn excellent outline of the Life of Christ will be need In mind The principal divisions of the life of Christ suggested by Stwvens and Ilurtans liar musty of the CJoipels are as followl Thirty Years of Private Life 2 Opening Event of Christ1 Ministry S Early Ju dean Ministry t First Period of the Gail lean Ministry 8 Second 1crloJ of the lal lleun Ministry G Third IVrlud of Oull liNn Ministry 7 The Iereun Ministry The 1aislon Week 9 The Forty kayo main divisions one may till In CbriettanThe following outline Is suKK i Ion Titles for the two quarters app ur Ing In bold face FIRST QlAllTKIlThe period of time included In the tiret quartets waste hovel y2 years from the lllrth of Jesus to the third year of this public ministry THIHTV YEARS OF 1UIVATB L1PB- lllrth Flight Into Egypt Return to Nazareth The Boyhood of Jesus OlENlNQ EVENTS OF Cl MUSTS MIN ISTRY Preaching John the DapUstI Baptism and The Flrat Three First Miracle at anaI8AUIY JlD Flrit Cleansing of Discourse with Nlc04emulIJla IlaptUIng Dtpirture from Judea Jesus and the Hamarltans FIRST 1KRIOI OK QAUIBAN MIN I8TRY- lmprUonmnl of Jesus Rejected at Jesus Calls Four NouretltIA Sabbath in Jesus Forgives Sins Infirm Man at fool of Ilelkesda Jesus And the Sabbath SECOND ISRIOD OF GAIILBAN MIN ISTRY Choosing of the Twelve Sermon on the Mount Hearers nnd Doers of the Word Centurions Strvanl Healed Raising of Widow too Anointing of Jesus In liouie of Simon tile PhartMr Jesus Calms the Storm Gadarenc Demoniacs Raising of Jalru1 Daughter Mission of the Twelve Death of John the Baptist Jesus Feeds the Five Thousand Jews Walks In the Water QUARTEItThe Period of time InoTulfdnh the co quarters lessens Is less than a year THIRD PERIOD OF GALILEAN MIN ISTRY Jesus Visits Tyre and Sidon Fettling of Four Thousand Peter Confesses the Christ Jesus Transfigured The Demoniac Roy Shekel In the l Ihs Mouth Christ at Frost of Tabernacles TilE IEREAN MINISTRY Final Departure from Galilee Mission of the Seventy Christ at the Feast of Dedication Prayer and Promise WatchfulnessThe Son pairing of I izarus Jesus Teaches Humility Visit to Zacrhaeus the Publttan Anointing of Jesus by Mary of Bethany TilE IASSION WEEK The Triumphal Entry Second Cleansing of the Temple Gentiles Seeking Jesus Judas Hargolns for Betrayal The Passover Christs Farewell Discourses The Defrayal and Arrext Trial Before IrlesU Christs Trial Before Pilate Christ Crucified The Burial TilE FORTY DAYS Christ Risen Christy Appearances Christs Alctrulon- SUGGESTIONS FOR REVIEW Written Review Many schools use prepared Quarterly question slips upon which are to be written the answers Schools or classes can obtain these review question slips from Sunday school supply houses or can prepare their own the questions after each les son In the quarterlies furnishing material from which to IlectlonsIsuperln1tendentsessary for class review the small maps in quarterlies Ulblca etc will suffice Point out the chief cities towns rivers lakes mountains connected with the life of Jesus and have the scholars mention the chief event or events In connection therewith Picture Ilcvlew This Is a most In orIclpal events In Jesus life Pictures are cheap nowadays and can ho purchased denominationIalSeed Thoughts Unwavering faith is obutinlngfalth Heart revelation is better than head speculationOn mountaintop with Jesus should equip for service In the valley of the worlds need Prayer for laborers In Christs harvest field is the electric current that stimulates to new and better service for the Master Jesus said on the crows It Is fin ished There Is nothing the sinner can do to make complete the redemptive work of Christ except to believe and be saved THE PITY OF IT One of the Tragedies of Life In Which Alcohol Is the Primary Factor Wont you come homo with me Tom dear Youve really drank enough It was a woman who spoke a woman poorly clad but in whoso face there were yet traces of a beauty that spoke of happier days says Major Ii T Scott in Union Signal Wont you come home Tom she repeated nnd In the tired blue eyes tears glistened that overflowed tho pale wan cheeks On the third finger of time hand that lay trembling on the mans arm was a little band of gold that told that she was his wife The crowd which stood by the lick ering electric lights of the saloon jeered the woman and told the man to brace up to have more backbone The man with a scowl turned around and with an oath told tho wom an to go about her business Hut Turn and she came nearer to WONT YOU COME II OMB TOMT the brute Iteuy Is sick and want to see you Wont you rome with meT The mention of the child brought for an Instant another llftht Into the mans eyes seeing which the barkeeps placed a bottle of liquor before hive It accomplished Its purpose Go Jionie I tell you he command ed and the womans hand was thrown off violently and rudely vGo home You have no business hero I wish to God you would die too on your way thereA groan from tho w mans lips was the only answer but fqr a moment It tllonced the rough crowd accustomed to such sights Then the door opened and out Into the blackness of time night pawed the wife and mother Another chapter In two lives had been enacted TEMPERANCE FACTS In Novla Scotia through the opera tion of the Scott act a rigid provincial license law prohibition prevails In 1C out of the 18 countlra In the province The devil of drink Is having a hard time sitting up nights to think out now names and fetching ndvcrtlsc nientB for his goods Hams Horn The New York Reporter gives us the Interesting Information that In the state of Virginia during the last few months the Antl Saloon league has closed no less than 900 saloons Or Willard Parker who for many years stood at the head of the medi cal profemlon In New York city says Onethird of all deaths In New York city ore caused by alcoholic drinks The Amalgamated Association of Iron Steel and Tin Workers which recently met In Milwaukee WIs by resolution put Itself on record as op posed to the admission of any saloon or liquor ads In the columns of Its organThe people of Texas are determined to enforce their liquor law with severe money penalties anti Imprisonment arresteelInearly yCOOU and to sore terms of Imprisonment aggregating 63 years Artificial Alcohol That alcohol can bo produced by chemical combination of Its elements without recourse to tho fermentation of sugar has been known to chemists sInce 1860 when It was first so pre pared by Herthelop from acetylene That substance was then expensive antI difficult to obtain but now that it may bo made by simply moistening calcium carbide which In turn Is manufac tuned on a large scale by the electrical combination of lime and charcoal this will produce a revolution In the alco hollc Industry and the time Is com ing when it will be made by this synthetic process moro cheaply than fermentation anti dlsGllatlonJour nal of Inebriety Will Not Carry Intoxicants Tho Houston Texas Central the HoustonEast West Texas and tho Houston Shreveport railroads have decided not to receive for transporta tion from either connecting lines at junction points or from shippers at any point shipments of whisky or other Intoxicating liquor when con signed to the polnto on their lines Forty cities and towns on the Central and 16 on the East West Texas lines have local option This means that all but three or four great cities have voted the saloons out ALCOHOL AND DOCTORS Strong Professional Opinion Against the Prescribing of the FormerIby the Latter At a meeting oftho Medical mall lute of Hlrmlngham last month Sir Victor Horslcy gave an Interesting ex position of the attitude which ho con siders the medical profession ought to adopt toward the alcohol question Tho poInt upon which ho laid special stress were that tho full extent of tho evils duo to alcoholism are better known to members of the medical pro fession than to those of any other class Tho worldln general was aware that Intemperance led to much Illness and disease and a great step In the cause of truth had been made when It was admitted by tho homo secretary In parliament that alcohol was the chief cause of crime Medical men however who were In a position to seo what went on behind tho scenes of the social life of the nation knew not only that tho fatalities wore far 4 greater than those represented In mor tality statistics but also that moral deterioration from Indulgence In drink occurred long Woro any physical toxic effects were evident In view of this fact ho would like to MO medical men take up a much stronger position on thin subject than hind yet lon the case Inquiries were often addrowod to them by thrlr patients as to whether It would not bo wise to take a little al cohol and he thought that medical men ought always to say No It is not wise If you take It you must under stand that you take It as n luxury Wo do not yet fully know the effect of al trhol In the body but we do know that Us stimulating effect Is followed by a lanser depressant effort and that from the physiological point of view even small quantities are no Rood In his lIonleyI ItlfhIday pra tlie he considered to lw a mere fashion and believed that eventually Its use in practice would be relegated to the same limbo as that to which bloodletting had boss consigned There were a Rood many common be lief attaching to nlrohol which were practically merely trnilltkm and he woulil like to see a committee of the llrllldh Medical association appointed to Investigate what If any scliwtin basis any of them possessed There was a common ides for instance that whisky was a ROO thing for rheumatic gout hilt recent Investigations tend to show that rheumatism was due lo the Invasion of a microbe and ratoareh equally showed that alcohol would bo likely to lesion tho natural roils4ance of human tissues to the Invasion or such organisms Before concluding his address sir Victor Horsley alluded to the political aspect of the quttlnn which certainly added fomcthrhg to the difficulty of Instituting effective re form The existing evils however to the homo and fireside he recognized dearly hence reform was urgently needed Sir Victor Horxleys remarks seem to have been well received by hln auditors reports thejournal of Inebrie ty and were further punctuated by brief speeches from Mr J Kurneaur Jordan and Mr Jordan Uoyd Prof Priestly Smith expressed n desire also to see something done by tho medical profession to check consumption of to bacco Time attitude thus taken by Sir Victor Horsley will we believe bo ac cepted by the majority of medical men Somo aspects of Intemperance today may he less pronounced and grow than formerly but the amount of secret drinking which goes on Is enormous and few medical men In general prac tice arc not painfully aware of chronic domestic tragedies among their pa tlenU due to stimulants and drugs of which the world at Urge knows noth Ing It Is probable that greater care Is now exercised than formerly In IhIprescription of sedatives anti narcotics but It Is a question whether the great mans of the profession Is as careful as It might ho In the prescription of wino and other stimulants It should not bo forgotten that even n small amount of alcohol Is sufficient In some Individuals to give origin to alcoholism Nor can It be doubted that if Uo medical pro a fession sets Its face against drink In the same way as It has against dirt and other causes of disease Immense good would result h Money Spent on Liquor liquorbyper head mostly for beer for tobacco In all forms It Is 6eTaken together the expenditures liquor and tobacco como to 23 per head while our ex penditures for the support of tho goy eminent last year Including the cost of war were only or about ono fourth tho cost of drink anti smoke We arc proud of our system of educa lion and wo boast of our common schools yet wo apply only sJ a head on the average to thojiupport of com man schools varying from a minimum of less than a dollar in the cotton states to EL In Massachusetts Six dolIlars a head for tobacco and iJ a for schools Seventeen dollars a head for whisky beer and wino 5 a head for the support of government Alcohols Indictment To drink we may refer almost all the crimes by which this country Is disgraced Drink has wrecked moro homes than over fell beneath the crow bar brigade In the worst days of evic tion It has filled more graves and made moro widows and orphans than did tho famine and it has broken more hearts and blighted moro hopes and rent asunder family lies moro i recklessly than the enforced exile of I letterfrom t CONVENIENT FARM DEVICE For Carrying a Heavy Water Barrel the Cart Here Described Is Just the Thing In sections of tho west where Irrigation Is not practicable and trees must bo watered the first and some times the second year after planting a device about twothirds cart and one third sled Is used to draw the water barrel from tree to treo with one horse Tho cart Is easily and cheaply made In Us construction as shown in the Illustration are used a three by four Inch timber for axle two long pieces of two by three Inch scantling for sides of frame and two short pieces of the twoa DBVICK t CAIIUVINO HAIIURU Hound down tho ends of tho three by tour Inch piece making about seven inches of each erd Into a spindle t two and onehalf Inches In diameter The length of the axle can be made longotwo by threo Inch pieces on nxlo and on the two crosspieces which arc placed about 18 Inches apart making a frame two or two and onehalf feet wide and six feet long From a two by eight Inch plank cut a runner of proper length to fit between the cross plccctt as Illustrated Saw two wheels from a tree 14 Inches In diameter with about a aye Inch wide face or rim Tho wheels aro kept In place by a wooden pin or Iron bolt in the protruding end of tho axle Set tho barrel well back over the axle and the front end of tho cart will be nearly or quite clear of the ground when In motion A couple of itrlps may bo nailed across the tram to hold the barrel from sliding of Put tug hooks at front to hitch to r Two cultivator or harrow wheels may to used and an Iron axle substituted J G AllsbouRC In Farm and Hom ROADS ARE WANTED fCOOD Men from All Sections of Country Are In Favor of Their Construction The adjournment of the InternAtion- al good roads convention at St Louis resolutlonlaid In highway construction It was plainly the earnest Intention of tbo delegates to make a political Issue of good public roads and there In a probability that both parties will In corporate appropriate clauses In their platforms As many of the speakers said In cluding a fox from other countries the states on the American continent ought to havo the best highways In the world The material for construction Is at hand nearly everywhere funds Ire available If federal state and coun ty authorities will act In concert and there should be no difficulty In obtain ing labor at terms which would be reasonable for thus class of work Jubllc Interests would derive benefit from tho employment of convicts and vagrants In roadbulldlng and there dora not appear any reason why this system should Injure any special In terests Of tho many conventions which are scheduled for this year tho good roads convention Is to be ranked as one of the most Important There aro mill cations that tho officers and commit tees appointed will hasten tho solution tomakoroads question and It may bo said that the purpose is already accomplished Tbo senators representatives and gov ernors who were present wero among the warmest advocates of good roads tedkBoth parties should be Induced to incorporate definite clauses In their platforms Doth parties should bo In duced to pledge themselves to the Idea of federal cooperation In building In roallsrshould pledge state aid for tho construction of state roads and wherever It Is possible without seriously ills turning labor conditions the parties should ratify the suggestion for using workIways are many as has been frequently resultjk United Statue of tho best public highways lit tho worldSt Louis Re public I When Rye Is a Nuisance Rye is an excellent crop for certain whonIImpossible to separate them This of course lowers tho quality of tho wheat Injuring tho prlco for market and tho quality of the flour If taken to tho mill As rye shoots up ahead of the wheat tho heads can easily bo cut off with a sickle before they ripen However wheat phould bq carefully cleaned before It Is sown because tho greatest possible care cannot prevent more or less of the rye maturing with the crop of wheat ti POINT TO BE CONSIDERED- The Digestive Power of a Cow Much to Do with Her Capacity aa Milk Producer Tho power of the cow to take and digest largo quantities of food regulates to a considerable1 degree her value In the dairy The small cater Is of little value as it Is Impossible for her to mako mlk and force ener gy and milk out of food that con talus too little of tho elements for force and milk making In all cas- a tw largo cater Is wanted Tbo largo cater will havo a depth body not seen In the small oaters The breadth of tho body will also be more the that of cows that are small producers ofmAic In the same connection wt may say that the body must also bo long It is not enough that tho cow havo a deep and wide paunch If It IB short With these go the strong Jaws which much be strong to masticate tha amount of food tho animals require to Oil the largo cavity of tho stom ach Tho greater number of Rood feeders have marked depth of body and the ribs am what we call well sprung This means that tho ribs are not bent down In such a way as to decrease tho size of tho abdominal cavity No mat ter what tho temperament of a cow may digesteasilybo of little use as a milk producer Ono of tho best milk cows tho writer ever know had this great power of digesting feed to a remarkable degree Silo hat powerful Jaws and a big paunch Noth ing seemed to be able to put her oft her feed Sjio could fill up with ariythlng and digest It without trouble One night she broke loose In the stable and got feedwerelight and fllld up on corn meal bran gluten feed and middlings When tho owner opened the door In the morning the cow was standing facing him with sides bulged out too far to allow herIto pars through the door He Youre a dead cow for ho thought that cow itufffd so full of dry ground feed as she was would certainly die lint the cow seemed to think otherwise and proceeded to digest her midnight meal as If It bad been a common ration for her The same amount of overfeed would have put roost cows out of business for time at lUlL That digestive 80meIa cow Is valuable and where should bocarcf ully trnnsmltctd by ing Farmers Review AN INEXPENSIVE HAY RACK Has Been Used with Success for Many Years In the Eastern and Middle States The style of hay and grain rack here Illustrated is In common use In many parts of the cast and middle states The two bed pieces of spruco 3x6 Inches In size arc either 14 or 1C feet long Five crosspieces 2x0 spruce or 10hs11connlct ONK OF TilE HAY HACKSI five on a side aro 2 Inches 2 Inches long and taper from 3 inches wide at one end to 1H Inches at tho other A plank 2x12 runs through tho middle of the rack and these side pieces fit under this and Inside tho bed pieces as shown Four boards Inches wide ore placed on each side to form tho rack Tho first board rests on the cross pieces tho other three being equal distance apart Two pieces 2x4 7 feet 9 Inches long are used one at each end of the rack and aro bolted to tho side arms just beneath the top board Tho ladder are made of hard wood and are C feet 9 inches long with two cross pieces The side arms should be of oak or other hard wood but the boards may be of spruce or pine The ladders aro bolted near the ends of tho bed pieces and rest against the cross pieces at the end Dy removing tho four bolls which hold tho end pieces tho rack may be knocked down flat to save room in storage Orange Judd FarmerPLANTS AROUND CREAMERY Beauty Is A Power Thnt Speaks Loudly for Love of Cleanliness With in and Without Flower beds around the creamery Is a subject that has only recently been discussed In the public print Yet flower beds around the creamery are but an Index of a general policy of keeping clean A man that beautifies the ground of the creamery will also keep the Inside clean It Is not usual to see tho ground devoted to the creamery filled with all kinds of unsightly objects and find tho inside of tho creamery a model of neatness Tbo flower bed may not bo enough of an object with the busy men in most of our creameries to Induce them to undertake tho work of making it but certainly the grounds around the creamery should be placed In a condition that will mako the visitor feel that bo Is In a place whore attention is being paid to looks as well as to work There was time when the old unsightly school build- Ing was all that was thought necessary for the place In which our children wero to be educated Dut that day passed Duality was found lobe a power The same Is true In every line of human effort Deauty Is a power on the grounds of the checso factory and creamery as well as elsewhere Farmer Review DAMAGESe Papers Served on Gov Pealiody mid Others Portland Mining Co Wants 100000 For Closing Their Mine and Asks That the Military Be Restrain ed From Interference it Louis Mo Juno 1C United States Circuit JUdo A M Thayer sitting In chambers has granted n writ IInMoyer president of the Western Fed oration of Miners brought before him on July 5 The writ Is directed against Gov J H Peabody of Colorado Adjt Gen Moll and Buckley Wells another Colorado official Tho throw have been cited to appear with Moycr and show cause why Moyer is betas restrained from his liberty by bolng confined In a stockade or better known as the bull pen at Telluride Col Telluride Col Juno IGCapt Wells delivered President Moyer of the West ern federation of Minors who has been in the military bull pen hero tot several months to tho sheriff of San Miguel county at 41G oclock Wcdnca dRY afternoon In pursuance of tats graphic orders from Adjt Gen Del Cripple Creek Col Juno 17As- 1lstant District Attorney S D Crump TelIpr dent of the Western Federation of Miners until K C Sterling a secret service agent of the Mine Owners as Koclntlon can bring him to Crlpplo Creek Sterling left Thursday after noon for Tellurlde Moycr will bo brought hero on a warrant Issued by Justice of tho Peace Patrick charging murlIdlcator mine by an Infernal machine explosion November 1903 Tho warrant Implicates Charles C Kcnnl son former president of the Miners Union No 10 who was arrested in Denver last Friday Victor Col June 17One hundred and fortyfour union miners and their sympathizers have been deported from tho Cripple Creek district olnco 1IIen1 day June 0 and about three score are booked for exileIDenver Col June 18 Papers in the 100000 damage suit In the Portland Gold Mining Co against Coy James H Peabody Adjt Gen Sherman M Moll C C Hamlln secretary of tho Mine Owners association and others connected with that body as well as Sheriff Edward Dell of Teller county and his deputies who assisted In the closing down of the Portland mine were served Qn Oov Peabody Friday Coy Peabody Friday celvcd notice that on June 22 appllca- lion would bo made to United States Circuit Judge Amos Thayer In St Louis for an Injunction to the governor the military and all er persons tram Interfering with operation of the Portland mine Those cited to appear before the fed oral court at St Ixxils are Coy James H Peabody Adjt Gen Sherman M Doll Sheriff Edward Dell of Teller county and tho following officers and members of the Cripple Creek District Mine Owners association C C Ham hut Judge Colburn Charles Walden F J Campbell A E Carlton li EL and A T Holman According to tho complaint the num her of persons employed In tho mine was over 600 and these were takm Into custody by the authorities and certain ones of them picked out and placed In the bull pen to bo deported to the states of Kansas and Mexico Tho charge is made that the governor gave tacit consent to tho measure when ho did not countermand any of the orders Issued and carried into ef feet by Gen Dell and outside the au thority of the governor to carry into effect Tho jurisdiction of tho United States court is asked on the grounds that the complainant IB a citizen of the state of Iowa and that he has been deprived of his property without due process of law and Ip violation of the fourth filth sixth seventh eighth and fourteenth amendments to the const tution The complaint further alleges that the complainant property Is decreasing In value from lying Idle and asks dam ages against tho defendants in tho sum of 100000 C C Hamlln who is mentioned as one of the defendants Is the partner of the firm of Gunncll S Hamlln James F hums president of the Portland Co refuses to discuss his plans for publication but it is reported ho has declared to friends his purpose to defray all expenses of suits that may be begun In the federal court against Coy Peabody and others by Portland miners who were deported from Crlpplo Creek Former Gov Charles S Thomas Mr Durns coun sel was busily engaged with Mr Burns Friday In drawing complainants In the Portland Cos suit but ho denied all knowledge of suits to bo brought by departed miners Notable Society Event St Louis Juno ISThree thousand guests attended tho reception given Friday night In tho Texas state build- 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church next Sunday morning Dr M E Jones the dentist will leave Monday for n ten days stayat LivingstonMiss Jackson of Speedwell Ky will teach the Blue Lick school this fall George Pow entertained n few friends in honor of his birthday last Wednesday A movement is under way to open a street from Bicknell Earls store to Depot street Miss Serena Jones of Paintwood Ky will teach the Silver Creek school this fall Miss Lizzie Cowafl of Cincinnati is visiting Mrs A T Fish and daughter Addic Harry Fitch who has been visiting at S G Hansons returned to Cin cinnati Wednesday Rev Cassius Van Winldc is attending the Students Conference in ses sion at Waynesville N C The Mallon children Neal anti May from Cincinnati have been visiting at Pres Frosts Mrs J M Racer entertained a party of lady friends from 230 to 430 on Thursday last Miss Morrow accompanied by the Frost children leaves today for her home in New England Armstrong Short of Spring Creek I Clay county fell from n bicycle Sat- s urday and broke his arm above the elbowB E Cartmell leaves tomorrow for a weeks visit at his home in Ak ron Ohio going from there to Ann Arbor Mich Prof Ernst G Dodge and wife of Urbaua Ohio arrives Monday for a few weeks visit at the home of Prof 1andMrs L V Dodge Judge T J Coylo and family left Monday night for Leesburg FIn where he has purchased a fine hotel and will make his home John Davis lit miles south of town fromIii into the ground weighed three poundsi Ilerndon of Whites Station accompanied by Mr and Mrs Murray of Georgia were here Saturday lookingover the College buildings and grounds II M Racer and mother will leave the first of the week for Columbus I Ohio After spending a few das 1thero Harley will go to the Worlds at St Louis The children of Prof Geo T Fairchild have given to the Union + church as a memorial of their father two finely upholstered pulpit chairs and a pulpit stand t Several persons who ride bicycles to have forgotten that there is 1atown ordinance which renders liable to arrest and fine for riding on the sidewalk John Stuart Mill from Australia a student in the Bible College at 1 Lexington is filling preaching ap ointments this Hummer at Scaffold Cane Conway and Brash Creek A party including Mr and Mrs t Thorn Miss Bond Miss Haagen and Miss Lamson visited on Bed Lick Friday in the locality where Miss Lamson taught school a number of years ago Jas Roberts 13 yearold sou of l Kingstoni was buried Wednesday afternoon 1 I near Kingston Rev C A Van Winkle conducting the funeral r u l Rev A E Thomson will leave 4Jif I Monday toKiciid four weeks in Bible work with Rev J 0 Buswell i- nrnorthern Wisconsin From there ho- I iiwill go to Galesburg Illwhere he Pwilltill the pulpit of the Central 1Congregational church for three onI where he gave the Commencement address at Hillsdale College Inci dentally ho visited a miuilivr of friends including his sons folks at Urbana 0 Walter P and Metta Ryan Dean at Xenia 0and Birdie M Smith Aurora Ind Time Ladies Missionary Society of the Union church with ladies from the missionary societies of the town as guests were entertained at Prof Dodgos Wednesday afternoon by Miss Lamson who gave an account of her work in New Mexico Mesdames S C Mason T J Os Ixmio S 141I0ag J T Branuaman T W Stevens C A King Lou Hanson W II Porter TII Horton V V Campbell and Misses A S Merrow and J A Robinson and mother were delightfully entertained at dinner Thursday by Mrs J J Moore at her home at Mayde An Honor For Berea For severalmonths past a great contest has been going on under the auspices of the Commercial Tribune of Cincinnati That pair has ar ranged to send to the St Louis Worlds Fair for two weeks free of all expense one hundred and fifty ladies of Ohio Indiana and Ken tucky scattered about in sjKcified cities mud counties The choice de pended on time votes of subscribers to time pajH every issue having a blank ballot which could IK cut out mind voted timid a coupon good for a cer tain number of votes being furnished to those subscribing for the Com merical Tribune for a period in ad vance The contest closed on June luth Just one of the nearly five hun tired competitors had IHHMI a Berea student Miss Birdie M Smith who graduated from till Normal course in 1810 and who undo a host of friends by her winning ways was a urn dilate to represent Dearborn County Indiana Until the last day the con test seemed close hut by an herculean elicit of her friends at the very last Miss Smith distanced her com peTitors by over 03000 votes rolling up the enormous aggregate of 202 374 This was by far the greatest vote polled in any locality A large picture of Miss Smith appeared in the Commercial Tribune where she was styled Time Queen of time Contest A short sketch credits her education to Berea College which thus secures a great advertisement with the readers of time Commercial Tribune Miss Smith abundantly deserves this distinction which time votes of her friends have brought to herOn account of the large umber of requests for a continuance of our special offer as describedon page 5 we have decided to extend time time limit to July 1st Dont miss this last opportunity to get 200 worth for 100 Use Subscription Blank page5H +iF 1E44 HHl College Items HERE AND THERE IHMIMIIIlIHIIIIIIIlIr Prof Kirko Smith of Lebanon Ky visited in town this week Miss Home and Mrs Hoag left Tuesday for time Worlds Fair Geo Dick left Monday for a months vacation at Hamilton Ohio A new trailer will be installed at the Industrial building this summer Mrs Thorn is acting as Matron of the Boarding Hall in Mrs Hoags alwenco Miss Alta Hough of Saybrook 0 carne Friday to work in the Treasu rocs ollice Miss Henrietta Bryant is spend ing the vacation at her home in Princeton ill Dr P Cornelius and Mrs V V Campbell left Tuesday for Clifton Springs N Y Miss Josephine Robinson tumid mother left Saturday morning for Meredith N H Plans are under way for time now Library timid work on it will lxgin in a few weeks Mrs M E Marsh and children left Tuesday for her parents homo in Pawnee Neb stopping en route at the Worlds Fair W C Hunt and C C Hudson ro turned Tuesday from the Student Y M C A conference at Waynes vine N C 250 delegates wore present from II states Prof W P Chapman in charge of instruction in agriculture at Eck SpringsKthe past week IIIIrV f THE REPUBLICANS Their National Convention tiio lath in the Partys History Opens in Chicago NON ELIHU ROOT SOUNDS KEYNOTE The First Days Program Was Carried Out Like Clockwork Not a Jar ring1 Sound Being Heard Synopsis of the Draft of a Platform Presented to the SubCommittee On Resolutions It Is a Ba sis For Action Chicago Juno 2Tho republican national convenUon tho 13th In tho partys history met In the Coliseum at noon Tuesday and organized Without a disturbing clement to impede smooth operation tho first days program was carried out like clock work Not a jarring sound was heard not a false step taken It was an as sembly of non comballvo delegates which carried Into effect without tho thunderous demonstration usually at attendant upon political conventions a purpose that had been clearly de fined An organization was perfected preparatory to tho adoption of a plat form and tho making of nominations In the succeeding days of tho conven tion From the quiet yet unmistak able enthusiasm provoked by Senator Fnlrbanks arrival at tho Coliseum his nomination for vice president Is but little less assured than the nomina lion of Theodore Roosevelt for presi dentThe keynote of tho campaign of 1904 was sounded by lion Ellhu Iloot In his speech as temporary chairman Ills address was a review of tho accomplishments of tho present admin VIEW Istratlon and a defense of republican politics in general When that had been delivered and tho various work Ing committees dispatched to their la born the business of tho first days ses slon was completed Profusion of Flags and Bunting Flags and bunting wero used pro fusely but In good taste Foliage and palms softened tho general color scheme and formed a setting for six largo engravings of President Roosc vclt In festooning tho national colors above tho galleries and rang ing entirely around tho hall The crowning feature of the decora dons Is a painting of tho late Senator Hanna which fangs directly over tho platform and occupies tho most con aplcuous position in the Coliseum Something of the magnitude of this painting may bo realized when It Is said that Its surface Is as great In square feet as tho combined surface of the largo pictures of tho presl dent President Roosevelt however was as shown to tho dele gates In a heroic painting ly unveiled on tho chairmans platform at the conclusion of Mr Roots speech a climax that brought a prolonged outburst of enthusiasm LATE MKINLEY Chairman Paid a Glowing Tribute to His Memory The Incidents which aro destined to live long after tho spasmodic demon strations havo been forgotten aro Mr Roots tributes to President McKinley The temporary chalman spoke of tho lato presidents of progress his gentleness of character and those qualities so beloved by tho na tlon and In that connection said feel ingly and with McKInley we remem ber Manna A hush almost opprcs rive spread over tho 7000 or moro per sons present The speaker had paused As ho started to resume tho full force of the tlo stretched be gates Tho applause started and In a wave was carried to every part of tho great ball Tho was unllko any that had preceded It or that camo after An Indefinable dignity was attached to tho which seemed foreign to a political gathering Ovation Given Senator Fairbanks Tho ovation given Senator Fair banks as ho entered the hall was greater than was received by any of his colleagues Tuesdays afforded no opportu nity for tho of other can didates No mention was made of the names of favorite gens jhoso junbj tlons are not taken seriously beyond tho boundaries of their own states Tho applause for Senator Fairbanks appeared to bo generalIThe placidity of political opponents as they sat In time convention hall welded Into a substantial party citi zenshlp agreed on princi pies and differing only on noncssen teals was one of the features of tho convention Tho New York delega tion which occupied one of the posi lions of honor directly In front of the platform furnished a good examplo of tho prevailing harmony On tho opposite side of tho center aisle In equal command of the platform was tho Illinois delegation which had a bitter fight within Its ranks as Into as Monday Tuesday If any soreness remained to all outward appearances it had been sealed- BEAUTIFUL GAVELS Presented to Chairmen Payne and Root on Behalf of Citizens Tho first speech at time convention was by Senator Scott who informally presented to Chairman Payne n beau tiful gavel It was tho gift of tho ChI- cago citizens committee which cooperated with the national subcorn mlttco 1n making for cago committees presented a similar gavel to Temporary Chairman It was left to Qov VanSnnt HootI nesota to first place the name before tho convention Ho found the occasion In presenting to the convention a table which had been built by tho manual training school connected with tho South high school Tho applause was genI oral but not long continued that set a precedent which was for lowed In One Woman Delegate In the convention hall Tuesday there was one woman delegate who had tho samo right to vote that was held by IINTERIOR OF THE COLISEUM CHICAGO used prominently spectacular PRESIDENT Temporary administration expectantly poIIIticalsympathetic demonstration demonstration distinguished proceedings advancement unanimously arrangements StowIart Minneapolis succeeding demonstrations each accredited malo delegate time was Mrs Charles A Bldrldge of Colorado Springs Col an alternate delegate whoso principal was absent Oth er women alternate delegates present were Mrs Owen Ixjfovro of Colorado Mrs Susan West of Idaho and Mrs Jennie M Nelson of Utah thcso states having women suffrage- Shortly before the adjournment for the day Senator Depew was recoK nlzed to deliver to the convention an Invitation from President Francis and the directors of tho loulslana Pur anllIpress at St Louis before returning to their homes Time invitation was accepted COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS Senator Lodge of Massachusetts Was Elected Chairman Chicago June 22The committee on resolutions met In the green room of tho Auditorium Annex hotel Ironic dlately after the convention adjourned and organized by electing Senator Lodge of Massachusetts as chairman Senator Clark Wyoming secretary and R 0 Proctor Massachusetts as clerk Tho chair was then to appoint a subcommitteenuthorlzellI prepare the platform Tho then adjourned to meet reassembling Senator lodge announced tho following subcommit tee to formulate the platform Sena tor Lodge Mass Senator Galllngcr N II Edward Lauterbach N Y Representative Dalzell Pa Senator Foroker 0 Senator Hopkins 011 Senator Clark Wyo Senator Nelson Minn Senator Hansbrough N D Senator Hepburn Olla John W DIy tho OIL Senator Dovcrldgo lad and Frank H Short Gal Before confiding tho work of con structing tho platform to tho subcoin mltteo tho full committee on resolutions of the republican convention listened to a delegation of woman suffragists and also to Representative Bartholdt of Missouri who presented an International arbitration plank The full committee then adjourned until Wednesday The Draft of the Platform When the subcommittee met Senator Lodge for tho first time presented his draft of a platform saying that It was Intended largely as a basis for ac tlon by tho committee Ills draft In eluded a plank strongly commending the established republican policy on tho tariff and presenting In terse lan guage tho necessity for maintaining the protective policy In tho Interest of American labor and American indus tries Added to this was a declara Lion committing the party to a read juitment of tho schedules if found to be desirable in tho future IThero was also a mild declaration on part of reciprocity and a pronouncement against trusts but with a reservation In tho Interest of established legitimate Industries In this connection It congratulates tho party upon tho legislation on tho trust qucs tint which has been secured since Mr Illoosovolt bcoamo president THE TARIFF PLANK It Attracted More Attention Than Any Other FeatureITho tariff plank attention than any other feature of tho platform and in em bora of tho sub commlttco think no agreement will lie reached until a very late hour Already objections have been rallied to the wording of the plank and Repre tentative Dnlzoll and Senator limns relntlInplank a stand pat declaration and the same tlmo hold out a promise atI revision when necessary How work tho revision clause has been ghI liON HENIIY C PAYNR Vice Chairman of the Ilrpubllon Na lanai Committee Ing tho republican leaders somo con cern for several days and time subcom mitten 6n resolutions finds this a most vexlous question before IL There were also planks dealing with tho Isthmian canal and the policy of the United States towards Cuba upon which the republican party In felici tat d It also contained a declaration on tho success of the arbitration of the Canadian boundary question but other members of the committee sug gested a plank covering that point tho remark being mado that tho fact that Senator Lodge had been a member of that commission should not stand In the way of a proper presentation of It In vlow of Its importance Platform Completed Tho subcommtttco on resolutions adjourned at 12W oclock a m Wed nesday Chairman lodge announced that the committee hind concluded tho platform and was ready to report to the full committee at 10 oclock Wednesday morning Not one word M to tho platform was Chairman Lodges statement when asked for do tails Tho document contains about 2300 words and was agrax to unanimously by tho subcommittee Tho tariff plank as finally agreed on after an especially strong reitera tlon of tho republican policy of protection announces a willingness to change the schedules whenever busi ness conditions demand tho change but tho Opinion Is expressed that ali changes should be along protection lines PERMANENT ORGANIZATION Joseph G Cannon Was Nominated For Chairman Chicago Juno 2Tho committee on permanent organization Immediately following adjournment of tho con vention organized by electing lion M A Johnson of Now Jersey chairman and Gov George H Carter of Hawaii secretary No other namo than that of Joseph O Cannon for permanent chairman of tho convention was presented and ho was accordingly nomi nated unanimously as were all tho temporary officials with tho exception of tho temporary chairman The hon orary vice presidents nominated by tho several delegations were recom mended ns vice presidents of the con vention following which tho commit tee adjourned subject to tho call of tho chairman President of San Domingo Washington Juno 22Consul Oen eral Maxwell in a cablegram from San Domingo Informs tho stato department that Morales was elected presi dent by congress and Caceros vico president and that tbo inauguration took place Sunday Populist National Convention Springfield III Juno 22 Arrange ments aro complete for tho national convention of tho populist party which will meet at tho Stato Arsenal In this city July 4 Mayor Dovereux and Col Fcltcr will deliver addresses of welcome Again at His Desk Washington Juno 22Atter an ab senco of three weeks of which two weeks wero spent In tho Yellowstone National park William Loob secre tary to tho president was again at his desk In tho whlto hbuso Tuesday Presented to the President Washington Juno 22 Cardinal Sa tolll was presented to tho president Tuesday Ho presented to Roosevelt a felicitous address in which ho re erred in a most kindly way to the United ptftte and JU people j Kentucky Chautauqua IThe 18th annual session of time Kentucky Chautntnpm ojeiin at Wcxxllund Turk Lexington Juno 28 Among tho notwl sH akers will ho- Dr Frank Gunsanlns of Chicago who will lecture on Savonarola and Gladstone Miss Clara Morris tIm wellknown American actress on Hehind the Footlights and Copt Richmond P HoUson Thin musical attractions will lo thin famous Wil liamson Sisters Quartette till famous Iviolimiisl Hugh MeGihnoy and time Clifford A Wiley Kendrick Johnson and MISH E flrnru Up dergralT For full information and program address Claude Buckley Mgr Lexington Ky ARE YOU ONE Descendants of John Hoi ft and Pocahontas from the llolling flay UiIIlfIKnox Clay Ownley Jackson Leslie Perry mid Breathiit counties tilt planning to attend in a Ixxly the XIliitioll to Iw held at Norfolk flor1ICopyright 1 by Duncan U Hmllli FABLE OP TUB OFFICE BOYS Oniv thorn were two OHIot Ikrys will were Minor but l Heiitlal farts of the Ij VorkH of a MW KHtiibllHhtiieiit One immed lllll wax admitted by nil Kipert to hu n Hot Member Time Bmoke Wreiithit that lie could Hlow were Tiuly ArtlMtlc for bo was not n hurter Member of the AiltlClKMruttu tongue llo Punblued Tint rMllloiM of nil of the Liitent Hwcnr Vonln nil na they carte Out end wasted hU Kmployern Time fhlunliiK the I11UIwriter The Other hey Named llIur ley had IMIMI Lifted lUxllly out of u Hniidny Hobool hook lie Conncleu tloualy trinl to Ailvnnw the IntereM of his Employer wi lllll Iptieniuitljr Allowed him to do Mont of the Work Always carried n Supply of Of lice 1enelln ill HU Pocket to 1lIent to Ills Young Ijidy friends who were Aojulriiu nn Kducntlon but Cbnrlvy wan KcrupulouNljr lloiivitt and would not take a Canceled Cuban IoutuKO Stamp out of the Wnnte llunket with out first Asking Prrmlwiloii The nature of their work Drought thorn in lose Contact with time lloiu n large wise man who could Hecoif nlxe Merit n Illock Away Yom Time to Tlum Charley Offend HuKKetttloim nlxjut Con ducting time llunlneiui but lUll didnt care what Unpinned to time Firm no long nil It did not Fnll Ikfore Iny HilIjWhen they hind frown Tnller nnd Merited Pro motion time nuns called into his Olllru nnd Kild William you are Young hilt n Good Jollier Ho I am going to Try you On the Road Kellliitf to them mile It You Make loud tbrru III TOOO n Year and Kx enwn In It lllll Iletlred to figure on time Pounl bllltlen of the Kxpenno Account and It teas ClmrleyH Turn Chnrles said the loss with n Kindly Smile Your Long and Fnlthful SerBcett Donervo ItecoKtiltlon You nre promoted to Rem the Klevntor- Monti Virtue In ltd Own Reward and that U About All that It lets A Foregone Concluilon Just ask a girl of thirtyclient If iiho would care to pUn For her reply you and not wait Nor ok the question twice u n THE CITIZENS CLASSIFIED AD COLUMN WANTED NICE COUNTItV HAMSIUrber s Huguoly Richmond Ky PUKCIIASEK for an extra goad sad die new for twothirds tho cost prico Inquire of TroAliurerOllbornoj ANYONE WISHINU TO SELL powtnr or iron greaso lamp please goo Mm Frank llayn on Jdckaou street Baron FOR SALE IMPROVED FARM of IB ncreo two mUM Honth of RcrpH Call on or write J H Preston Hewn Ky FIRST CLASS BUILDING BRICK constantly on hand Vo also have hard burned brick anti bata for cia egoBrickFARM OF 72 Afine Innd JJ miles west of Boron Good 8 room dwel ling good hart and outbuilding good orchard good water Price and terms Call on or writs J P Bicknell Boron Ky 18 BUILDING LOTS in Boron be estateSpecial DereaKy F6C rFCCrGG44GGt1FC 4GGCakFG6 FGG GCrQrC CgCrGG6l4G4CrCQGCgR f n- s STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS ii 0b bJi9 i19 7TJ77TTiTJ9 T7 t7 J 97 t7JJh a a TJA- A RIOT IN LOUISVILLE Strikers Attempted to Prevent Negro Women From Going to Work Louisville Ky Juno IGA riot broke out at tho plant of the Con tlncntnl Tobacco Co Wednesday when 200 striking Negro men attempted to prevent Negro women employed at tho plant from going to work Io lice commanded by Chief Gunther quelled tho mob but were compelled to leuort to tho uso of clubs and re volvers Kor a time it looked an ItI Berlous results would follow but at 2 oclock tho Negroes had been drlvon away and tho plant surrounded by a squad of police Tho trouble grew out of a strike ol 200 Negro men who demanded an In crease of wages Thomas k Manson tho superintendent refused to grant tho demand and Uio men left At noon they stntloned themselves at tho entrances and rofuecd to allow tho women who had gone out to re turn to work Tho polka wore called for and were met by a determined mob of Negroes who throw stones and clubs at the om cors hitting several A liveryman at the time drew his revolver when ho eaw the police being driven back nud tried to fire upon the1 egroeL- Additional ftlJ was railed and Chief Ountlior with a detail went to tho fajccno and tho Negroes were finally back None of tho patrolmen were lorlnusly Injured j IxOtilsvllIf Ky Juno 17 Crowds of Negro strikers who withered around tho plant of tho Continental Tobacco Co hero dispersed by tho pollco and there has boon no further trouble Jourot Wednesdays rioters were sent to Uio workhouse for a year In the city court THE PHOTOGRAPHERS Annual Convention of the Kentucky Tennessee Association Islington Ky Juno lSTho an nual convention of tho TennesseeKen tucky Photographers association aft er four days aonilon adjourned Frt day will mot In McMlnnvllle Tenn Juno H17 1905 Tbo election of office ra resulted F J 8 pansier Lexlnprton president H li lTudccCaatliin op first vice pres Mont A 0 Ilobsrts Henderson Ky second vlco president Joo S Lively Jr McMlnnvnllo secretary A W Jujjdj Chattanooga treasurer t Jit decided to abolish tho awarding of antes hereafter and Instead will issue cJctulrnt which will ontlUo holders to compote jn tho national convention This Jerlslon WM reached at Uio re quant of tho national association tt Incmuo rho Interest In that body JACKSONS APPOINTMENT A elate Prejudice Now Threatens the Organization f xihgton Ky Juno 17Race proj ucllcru have broken out among local republican leaders and which norloua ly tlirvatens to Impair Uio elllcloncy of the local organization through the appointment of a Negro Edward W Jackson as rural mall carrier for a now routo which has been created In this count The appointment made Thursday by tho fourth oasis ant postmaster general It Is urged by tho whlto republicans that tho route hits been created without cause or demand simply to enable tho ted oral ofllc holders In this district to carry out n political agreement boo tween them and Jordan C Jackson a leading Negro politician of this city and who was pushed for delegate at largo jfrbiri this state Tho latter la a cousin of tho appointee The Clay Model Rejected Lexington Ky Juno 17Tho clay model for tho statue of too late WII liam Goobol which lute boon prepared by tho Italian sculptor Morottl is not satisfactory to tho monument commission which met In this city and t another chat has been ordered mado Arthur Ooobol brother of tho deceas ed said tho model was not a good likeness and several defects wero poWU outThe Kentucky Building St Louis Juno IGThero havo boon crowds nt stato building dedications but It took Kentucky to win the at tendanco prlzo Wednesday Tho move most upon Ui q Kentucky building be gan early In tho day and by 11 oclock when the exorcises began them woro nearly 3QOO Kontucklans present ReElected Moderator Campbellavlllcj Ky Juno IGTho general nssoclatltixi of Kentucky Bap tilts convened lint Tho largo Uap list church was filled to overflowing and tho overflow caught up at tho Methodist church Dr W II Felix of Lexington was roclcctod moderator Hensley Gets Twelve Year Jackson Ky Juno 18Tho trial of tho cone against John Hensloy resulted I in tho defendant being sentenced to nerve 12 years In the ponltonUary Hensloy killed Dud Bplcer in a fight on tho Kentucky river nearly two I years ago Henry J Pardoned Frankfort ICy Juno lBHenry J Draudt sent to tho penitentiary from Louisville for embezzlement was grunted a pardon by Acting Gov Thorno ho having sorvod all but nine months of his term SHOT AS SHE RAN The Murderess of John N Irvin Wounded By a Mob Lebanon Junction Ky Juno IGA- mob of about 30 men went to tho lock up early Wednesday morning batter ed down tho doors and took therefrom Martha Thompson tho Negress who murdered John N Irvin Tuesday and who was confined without n guard They placed a rope around her neck and started to lead her out to hang her when she began to fight Weighing 2GO pounds and possessing tremendous strength oho broke tho ropo and throw aside her captors and ran when sev eral members of tho mob opened fire on her She fell wounded several times and lay whero sho was until oclock Wednesday morning when she was taken to her homo and is believed to be dying Tuesday afternoon Irvin reproved tho womans son for not re turning a borrowed pair of pliers Tho hoy told his mother who seized a butcher knife and went to a melon patch where Irvin was at work Creep- Ing up behind as ho bent over a vino she slashed his throat almost severing lils head with one stroke from her powerful arm Sho was arrested Immedi ately after and was to have been sent to Shrphcrdsvillo for safe keeping but the oltlccrsjdld not arrive in time JIM HOWARD CASE The Time Extended For Issuing tho Mandate Frankfort Ky Juno17Tho court of ap oals Thursday extended for 40 days the time for Issuing tho mandate of tho court of appeals in tho Jim Howard case Tho mandate is duo now and if issued Howard would bo brought to tho penitentiary at once but Howards attorneys expect to have tho United States supremo court take jurisdiction In tho caso In tho next 40 days which would suspend the man unto of tho Kentucky court till the su premo court pauses finally on tho question Involved Acting Gov Thorne Thursday par Boned Henry J Draudt of Loulsvlllo who was given a twoyears sentence on a charge of embezzlement Ho had served over half his term and tho trial Judge commonwealths attorney and tbo Jury that tried him all signed his pardon petition as dill Mayor Grainger and other officials INVESTMENT COMPANIES An Early Hearing Is To Be Given tho Indicted Officials Lexington Ky Juno 18 Conster nation was thrown Into local Invest ment company circles Friday tho om Core and directors of which nro under Indictment for embezzlement by tho announcement made by Judge Watts Parker from tho bench of Uio circuit court that bo would Insist upon a term trial of theso cases during tho present I have been lenient with theso cases and have continued thorn for several months first at tno request of ono party and then another but they must bo brought to trial at this term I shall refuso to continue them any longer was tho statement made Dr A P Laylor of this city Is the only ono so far td bo tried and ho war given three years but was granted a reversal by tho court of appeals Would De Suicide Chastised Howling Green Ky Juno 18lIln- ry llratton a boy eight years of age living at Morgantown mado two un successful attempts at suicide Friday Ho wont Into tho family orchard first and hanged himself with his suspend ers Ho was cut down by companions Later he went to a blacksmith shop near by and hangod himself again Ho was cut down by tho blacksmith who gave him a good spanking and sent him home Rats Started a Brisk Fire Newport Ky Juno 18Rats gnaw ing matches aro supposed to have caused n fire Friday Mrs Hannah Jones who has a dyehouso at 629 Mon mouth street returned from Cincin natl to find her placo of business filled with smoke The fire started in hot bedroom Loss small Dr Wash Fithian Is Dead Paris Ky Juno lSDr Wash Flth Ian the oldest practicing physician in Dourbon county tiled at his rosy dence after a short Illness Ho was a native of Oxford O Tho funeral took placo Friday at tho Paris cemetery with masonic honors Gov Beckham Will Attend Covington Ky June 18Gov Deck ham will likely attend tbo outing of tho masons at tho Latonia raco course Juno 24 Excursions from all parts of the state have been arranged tor and a big attendance is expected Bradley Favors Falrtxwtks- Loulsvlllo Ky Juno 18 ExGoT Bradley who will go to tho republican national convention as ono of tho dole- gates at large said Friday morning that bo favored Senator Fairbanks as the republican nominee for vice prose dent Pierre L LHorton Dead Loulsvlllo Ky Juno l8Pierro TJ VHorton tho oldest resident In Lou avlllo dlod at the ago of 90 years at his home Ho was a survivor of the Black Hawk war and for six years lived among tho Indians lAP TRANSPORTS SUNK I 4hy W Were Attncl tho Russian ur Vessels A Regiment of Soldiers Went DownIWith One of ThemAn Dark Was Stopped and ed by the Russians SearchI St Petersburg Juno 17 Emperor Nicholas has received tho following telegram dated Juno 1C from Gen Ku ropatkln I havo received tho following dla patch from Lieut Gen Baron Stakel berg dated Juno 1C Yesterday I had Intended to at tack tho enemys right flank but just as our troops had been assigned for the purpose and were beginning to successfully envelop tho enemys right flank tho Japanese In turn attacked my right flank with superior forces and I was compelled to retreat by three roads to tbo north Our losses are heavy but they are not yet completely known During tho engagement tbo Third and Fourth batteries of tho First ar tillery brigade were literally cut to pieces by tho Japanese shells Of 1C guns 13 were rendered com pletely useless and wore abandoned Tho conduct ot tho troops was ex repentIedlyTho popular disappointment felt in St Petersburg over tho result of Lieut Gen Baron Stakclbergs fight which U had been hoped for the past 3C hours might turn out to bo a victory Is tern pored somewhat by the knowledge that tho Russian force was overwhelm ed by numbers Gen Stakolberg does not attempt to conceal tho seriousness of his louses but his report and tho report from all other Russian sources agree that the retreat was in no a rout Tho fierce character of the sensoI mado evident by Uio fact abllnldonToklo Juno 20Tiro Japanese transport IzumI which was reported missing a few days ago was sunk by 1lastfrom Mukden says that according to trustworthy advices received there an i entlro infantry regiment with its com mander was sunk In the transports Hitachi and Sado Tho same dispatch says that according to Cnlneso state monte attacks mado by tho Japanese on Port Arthur have been repulsed with heavy losses Nagasaki Juno 20 Three boat bTiU10vors The survivors declare that tho Izumt was surrounded at 2 oclock In tbo morning of tho IGth by Russian ships and that tho passengers on board ot her were transferred to the Russian armored cruiser Gromobol after which tho transport was shelled and sunk AN AMERICAN DARKI The Vessel Stopped and By Russian Cruisers London Juno 20Tbo Dally Mall Monday morning prints the following dispatch from Its correspondent atIMakodatc Japan Tho master of tho American bark James Johnson from Shanghai reports that on the morning ot Juno 18 his ship was stopped by Husslan cruis ers at tho war tern entrance to the Tsu paru straits and searched After bo log detained for two hours the captain was ordered to proceed VICIOUS DOGS No Mall Delivered Unless They Aro Re dINow York Juno 20 Notice haa been served on the owners of vicious dogs that unless tho animals are removed at onco tho post omce depart ment will coaso to deliver mall to tho houses Tho notlco is the result of the attacks of vicious dogs upon a num hot of carriers recently Ono carrier was entering an areaway with the mall when a terrier sprang at him through tho open basement gate For ten min utos ho battled with the anlmnli Boys Killed by LightnIngI Chester Pa Juno 20Joour boys standing under a cherry tree on a farm near Felton three miles from here woro killed Sunday by a stroke of lightning Tho dead Ross Smith aged 13 Alexander Fullerton 131 William Davis 14 Samuel Clark 15 colored Tho boys took shelter from tbo storm Smith Fullerton and Da- Is wero killed Instantly Tho colored boy was so badly injured that he died on tho way to a hospital Russian Loss at Vafangow Paris June 20A dispatch from St Petersburg says tho total Russian losses at tho battlo of Vafangow wore about 2000 men including more than G5 officers Tho Russians had 42 bat talions engaged against 44 Japanese battalions A Chinese Rumor Che Foo Juno 20 Thero Is current hero a Chinese rumor that tho Japan ese have captured ono of the Inner forts at Port Arthur losing 1000 men I in the engagement It can not how ever bo confirmed 1THE PROUD BUN The bakerman tau kneidlnr buns Ills trough was deep rid wide When nuich to his surprise he beard A ems l voIce by his tide Ob make me large end rat It said And tuff me full of palms Bo that I way attract applause I ron every one who comes Oh put a piece of citron In And make me rich and rare That 1 may serve for dukes at d earls Who sumptuously do fare sleeveIBut thought Ill put In everything rlgliAnd made him rich and rare And set him In the windowpane To make the natives stare For swelled to twice his natural size With yeast and plums aid pride lie scorned the doughnuts plea and cakes And elbowed them aside Im waiting for the duke he said With whom I am to dine Just then two newsboys came along Whose appetites were fine My eye they cried come over hen And see this Jglly bun Lets buy him bur our supper quick And so the thing was done Two morals to this little song ratHI and earls In these United States And when the baker kneads his dough If then you are begun No matter what he may put In Youll always bo a bun Isabel Frances Bellows in StvNlcholas NEW FORM OF WRESTLING After a Little Practice Boys Fond of Athletic Exercise Will Enjoy the Sport boys down east have a new sport has always been a tine ex lTho needing all the strength and aglll t a boy can have Italsu needs deal of thinking as those who bvc wrestled know There are a good Wnklnds of WreStlIng too but foot sometblngI foot each boy locks heels with the other boy From thed on It Is a test of skill in balancing and of which boy is the heeler thinker Strength has Rot so much to do with this sort of wrestling aqd often a small and clever boy can make a big rival sit all over tho ground Thqre Is bound to be a good deal of sit ting down to this gums You may not FOOT WRESTLING BOUT think co but try it once You will be surprised at the suddenness of your sit lUngs can stand on either leg and wres tie with tho other Some prefer the right leg to stand on thinking it firmer but a welldeveloped boy should find no difference Direct piilllng seldom wins the bat tie It takes better generalship than that A pull would merely make the Other boy hop forward a little and give you a chance to rail forward You might try a quick swing to the right Your opponent will then swing to his right to balance then Jerk your foot suddenly toward you and you will have a chance to crow over tho other fellow as ho hits the ground and wonders what happened Ito him Another trick IsIt your adversary should swing his leg far to the right- forcing you to your lift you should hop- quickly to the left Then hop forward pushing your ankle against his and un Jess be has been as quick as you ho will tumble over to the left and ker flop there he is on the ground again Nonresistance Is a good policy too Get your opponent tired out without fighting him and then a little shove or Jerk wjll do the business Chicago Jour nal Dog Proves His Gentleness From Prague Is reported an amus ing trial In which a dog played the leading part The owner of the dog was sued by nn engineer who claimed damages for a bite from the animal He also denounced the dog as vicious at tho trial a veterinary surgeon who was called in tried the utmost to irritate the dog by teasing him but the inimal kept his temper Tho com plainant then demanded that in order lto test the dogs real disposition his owner should bo turned out of court tad tbo dog let loose among tho au dlenca This was done after tho dog nad been muzzled The dog however continued to display tho greatest good humor holding up ono paw after an other and wagging his tall Finally ho ran to the judge beforo whom he sat on his hind legs begging In a most pathetic manner The judgo thereupon pronounced tho dog to ba a veritable lamb and gave judgment for hIIowner Irr THE LEGEND OF THE CROW His Once White Feathers Were Turned Black Because He Had a Black Heart Way back In the beglnlnng dearie when the earth was fresh and beasts and birds had the best pt it the crow was very different from what he now Is In tho first place his feathers were as white as snow His voice too was one of the most beautiful In the bird king domDut something happened From somewhere no one knew exactly how or when strange stories were whispered about Crow which set all the birds nod ding their heads and chirping to each other In mysterious tones Queer things were happening Crow who had always been one of the best beloved birds in the forest stole away from his companions to be by himself Oftentimes when Lark or Robin sur prised him as he perched upon the limb of a tree or walked stealthily through tho grass ho appeared frightened and flew away to the thickest part of the thick forest The birds could not understand Crow Honest and truthful themselves they FAIRY JUDGES THE CROW were far too Innocent to mistrust evil of one of their number But things began to look funny One day the Fairy Queen who was very friendly with the birds and flow ers disguised herself as an old lame sparrow Just at dusk she came to Crow and begged to share his nest for the night Crow closed one eye and looked her over critically Share my nest 1 he repeated There Is no room for such as you But I am old and lame and very very feeble I pray you take me In Pfibawl snapped Crow Dont come around here disturbing honest birds with your pleadings The sparrow brushed away a tear with her wing Unwilling to believe that Crow was wholly bad she continued I am faint and hungry will you not give me some of the food concealed InI your nest No no replied Crow It Is mine why should I feed a stranger I shall need this myself In the morning Ihllrecoiledyou get robin Do rob our friends of their conCuslonjtrying wing IIfound It Yes I found itIn an instant the lame sparrow die appeared and the Fairy Queen In ali her dazzling beauty stood before him Crow opened his mouth to explain but the Queen motioned for him to be silent Then she called softly to the other blrds From all over the forest they came and alighted on the bushes and trees arounl her till there was no room for another one Crow hung his head guiltily Tin Queen with tears of sorrow In her eyes turned to tho assembled birds It grieves me to learn that Crow whom all have loved and trusted has I bad heart Disguised ae a lame spar row I asked to share his nest but ht refusedOh moaned the birds Hungry I begged for food Althongli he had plenty he gave not a morsel Shocking chirped the birds opev Ing and closing their wings silently I found a dead robin In his nen and IIIchorusdenied itThe birds bowed their heads in grief while Crow trembled so badly that two blue jays were obliged to hold him oa the limb lie must suffer the consequencai4 continued the Fairy looking lovingly at the birds Listen this shall be his punishmentBecause be has a black heart hit feathers shall no longer be white but black as jet As ho refused one whom he supposed and hungry he shall be forced to steal his food for the remainder of his days Farmers shall mako war against him and shoot him as he pulls up their corn- Because be used his voice in telling an untruth he shall never more be counted among the song birds The only noise he shall make will be a hoarse caw And it shall ever be thus for so the Fairy Queen has willed It So be It echoed tho birds disap pearing In tho thick forestIsadore C Harvey in Chicago RecordHerald Rocket with a Bird Inside A wonderful skyrocket Is manufac tured by a pyrotechnist in Nagasaki Japan When this rocket explodes In the air there files away a largo bird which resembles a homing pigeon in Its movements It Is said that the secret of this Ingenious production his been jn the possession of the eldest child dU a family for more than 400 years 1 surgorv1Wondedul and put back or they may be removed entirely bones are spliced pipes take the place of diseased sections of veins antiseptic dressings are applied to wounds bruises burns and like in juries before inflammation sets in whichcauses them to heal without maturation and in onethird the time required by the old treatment Cham berl ins Pain Balm acts on this same principle It is an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries causes them to heal vory quickly It also allays the pain and soreness Keep a bottle of Pain Balm in your home end it will save you time and money not to mention tho inconvenience and suffering which such injuries entail For sale by S E Welch Jr Drug gist LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 1904 Coins North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea 3 48 a m Arrive Richmond412 a m Arrive Parie528 am Cincinnati 7 50 am Going North = H A Train 0 UaUy Leave Berea 12 55 p m Arrive Richmond 125 p m Arrive Paris 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati 600 pm DailyIArrive Livingston 2 05 p mooing south Train S Dally Leave Uer all21 p m Arrive Livingston 12 30 a m ITraln3 No 1 and No 5 make con Livingston for Jellico and the South with No 21 and No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity is constantly coming in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to be un equaled A recent expression from T J McFarland Bentorville Va serves as example He writes I had Bronchitia for three years and doctored all the time without being benefited Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery anda few bottles wholly cured me Equally effective in curing ill J ung and Throat troubles Consumption Pnsu monia and Grip Guaranteed by the East End Drug Co Druggist BO YEARI IDESIGNSAnyone tending a sketch and decrtptloa mfQuickly ascertain our Commmesaea Inrentlon probably patentabfre tloatitrlctlr confident1 dboakonPaUcu eecurlnayateotaIatentsrjwcfcil notice without cbinro tn the Scientific American 1 h nd omelr Illnttnled weklr Tanrett illation ot any dentine Journal Terms w a ears tour months et Sola brail nowxloaU UNN Co 3el Now IIr litw Worst of All Experiences Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last Such was the experience of Mrs S H Newson Decatur Alb For three 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 Improvedrecovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is the only medicine Only 50o Its guaranteed by the East End Drug Co Druggist BEREA MONUMENTAL WORKS 88 UOODIBX PBOPBIETOB I have 55 sets of tombstones and monuments Prices range from 10 to S50 in marble in granite 140 to 160 I sell- White Vermont Marble Only All cloudy marble is and will soon fade as it is polished with putty and acid besides it is to read tho inscriptions on cloudy stones All oro em 2 to 5 days Write for designs and prices S McGUIRE Berea Kentucky i t I THE CITIZEN r 4t111141f r HIlI mi MI 1tt1111ttlt +l+r- nty 8Eastern Kentucky News Ho correspondence pnfcliihed unless iltnM In full by the welter The urns ti not for publication but as an eridence of good faith Write ptabJy1111MI HIIIHHlH J NIl I J I +11 I IFIll I r The Kockcastlo County Instituti will bo hold in Mt Vernon beginning Monday July 11 1004 All teachers holding certificates for that county or those expecting to bo examined dur ing the year are required to attend Conic without excuses G1 Bal lard Superintendent ROCKCASTLE COUNTY LIVINGSTON June 10J W Baker attendetl the Common cement exercises at Berea last WednesdayBorn to Mrs J E Singleton on the Oth a nine pound girlMiss Lida Cook is visiting friends at Gumsulphur this weokMrs B N Roller is expect f ing to leave Livingston in a few days to reside in LouisvilleMr Bert Whitehead went to Mt Vernon Mon day on business J W Bond of Mullins Station was in town last Monday on business Born to Mrs Leo Arnold last week a fiuo boy Rev T I Mullins from Mt Vernon is hero on business Those attending the show at Mt Vernon Friday were John Baker Bailie Mullins W II ICottinghim Miss Lou Madot and W and wife All reported a nice time Jasper Brown from Level Green is hero visiting friends this week We aro sorry to say ho is in very bad health Juno 20J W Baker was in Mt Vernon Sunday Miss May McGee and Mrs Jallio Francisco of BrodA 1 hoadaro visiting hero George Drew fell dead at his homo Saturday evening He leaves a wife and several children Mrs Ann Owens is slowly improving We hope she will soon bo out againJ W Par sons runt wife of Mt Vernon passed through hero enrouto to Hazel Patch to see Mrs Eliza Huston who is rev 4 ported verysickMr C M Mullins and children of Berea aro visiting at Mullins StationJack Smith and Miss Lula Mullins eloped to Jellico and were married Thursday morn ing They will reside at the Mullins Hotel CONWAY Juno 20Janes Brooks and Miss Pattio Wood were quietly married Saturday at the residence of Mr Guss Steward Wm Wood the t brides father was a littlo surprised L as hd was not looking for tho wedding 4 so soon All join in extending congrat 4ulatiousMrs Elizabeth Sigmon is at Conway A J Wood of Orlando was hero Sunday 1i D C Pupils is in Stanford on business tillS weekMrs C A Kel kI ton and children of Heidelburg aro f1 visiting Mr and Mrs M Kelton this wltJkRC Mill the Australian preacher filled his regular appoint Imenthero Saturday night Sunday nm nightMr and Mrs G t visitingr atIsorrow wo announce tho death of our neighbor T D Hurst at on Juno 14 Ho was a JCricndand a loving husband and a honest all citizen who will to ORLANDO Juno 20James Baker and wifer have been visiting John McNew and wife They went fishing and Mr Baker caught a fish measuring 16 I inches Rosa Mullins and Mima McNew were guests of Melniim Me 1NewSunday Mrs Ida McNow and visited her mother Mrs Smith Sunday Miss Clara Bolin y has returned to hqrhomo at Wallace I ton Rev Turpin is holding a meet iing at Humble Grove Rov Sawyer b SatL1t Projalive at this writing e BOONE I Juno 20RCJ W Lamberts saw mill arrived last week Itnow Soard wife and baby and Jam es Morgan of Hickory Grove visited Mr nut Mrs J W Lambert last I wcekMrs Annie Poynter and Mrs Etta Lambert visited on Scaffold Cairo Suriilay Born to Mrs and j Mrs Mat Young a fine babyLittlo t Nannie May Coylo is letter at this writing Mrs Eliza Ann Ogg of visited relatives hero last IIllcrea Isaac Witt of Hock ford was business this weakJ B Coylo has the finest crop of cane in this country r ROCKFORD Juno 20Mrs Polly Allman and t granddaughter Rayare visiting re latives hero this week Born to Mrs i boybvisited relatives hero Sunday There will IKJ preaching at Maca L donia Saturday and SundayP S CaluLam is preparing torebuild f l l t fff OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON Juno 10Lillio Brewer is on tho sick listllorn to the wife of Frank Calliham a fine boy William C Whicker and Lucian C Strong rev turned from Richmond a few days agoMiss Louis Matins visited homo folks Tuesday Miss Maud Matins was the guest of Miss Mattio Strong FridayLucian Strong and Miss Susan Mathis were guests of Miss Dimmer Brewer Sunday Maud Mathis and Mattio Strong attended church at Royal Oak Sunday Jun I5W J Blake our photogra pher was on Cow Creek Saturday J D Creech and bride are at his home at Travellers RestWm Mays U S Marshal was in Beattyvillelafit week on business E E Flanery and Miss Emma McCollum visited at Birch Creek SundayValter Bryant is ill with pneumonia fever but is slowly improving Several attended church at Union SundayMiss Ruth Ncely visited Miss Ethel Margraves Saturday mud SundayT B Vena bio was in Heidlelerg last week George Bowman was up from Heidle berg TuesdayISLAND CITY Juno 13The 0 K Lumber Co have suspendedworkDaniel Moore has returned from the St Louis Worlds lairSecraloC the boys have reached homo from tho Islands There aro ninny cases of measles in this icinitH W Briggs left Thursday for HcidlcbergDaniel Bowman andtvifo are visiting in Laurel County Mrs Sherman Brewer died Juno 11 from consump tion A husband and ono child survive herJ T Gentry purchased a portion of tho Daniel Moore farm Tho new Farmers Bank at Boono ville is ready for business JACKSON COUNTY SAND GAP June 20T P Marcnm was hero Monday buying sheep James Mar cans mid family and Jane Hellard visited G W Hellard Sunday Miss Sallio Alcorn visited her mother Sat unlayand Sunday Brew Sam Standifcr and G V Clemmons preached at Sand Gap Sunday John Brockman and wifo visited J R Morris Sunday Alex Smiths house was burned Wednesday The telephone lino to Sand Gap is nearly completed to Sand GapJnR Step hens and wife who went to Hamilton last spring have returned to Jackson C A VanWinklo will conduct services at tho Hellard schoolhouse next Saturday and Sunday ALCORN Juno 10 Farmers are getting along very nicely in their crops at present Now that wo have six months schools trustees should look after the repairing of their school house Fifteen applicants took the examination for teachers certificate at McKee Friday and Saturday Mrs Martha A William who has been ill for some time is recovering Teachers of this county are looking forward with great anticipation to tho teachers institute to bo held at McKee July 4 to 8 Conducted by Prof J W Dinsmore Surely no teacher will fail to IKJ present MADISON COUNTY DREYFUS Juno 18Owen Lakes andtrif0 visited John Sandlin and family Sun dayMiss Mamie McCollum of Berea has benin visiting friends hero Lawrence Powell was in Irvine Monday Mrs Sallio Powell visited her parents Mr and Mrs Bird Lain Sunday Miss Lulu Lain is visiting her sister Mrs Ed Baker at Kirby KnobRev Derthick of Berea conducted services hero Friday and Saturday Georgo Sparks and fami ly visited John lowe and family Sunday WALLACETON Juno 16Thoro will bo about half a crop of wheat in this locality and corn is looking wollMrR Mol lie Elkius visited Mrs Mat Wiloy last week Quito a number from hero attended tho Berea Commence meat R B Gabbard and family Hump Back SCOTTS EMULSION wont nuke I hump back straight neither will It nuke I a amoagthe short Ieg long but It feeds colt lane I rickets and consumptionSend SCOTT lit IIOWNE Chtnkte 4o74S1arlStreey NewYoek sad Pao aU druQleu l r visited at Mack Muupilts Sunday Mrs Salem Wiley visited Mrs Sallio Rogers Thursday Q B Gabbard was in Cartorsrillo on businecs Saturday 6AKRARD COUNTY CHRTEMSVILLE Juno 16Corn wheat oats and grass are doingeHO L Ham mack and wife and W D Ilammuck visited their parents Sunday Wal ter is still suffering with his eyes impro1inarrived Saturday from Louisville with his newly made bride Wo wish tho young Dr a happy and suc cessful future Mrs Elizabeth Tank oroloy of Ilammack has moved to our town GAMES PLAYED TUESDAY National League Cincinnati 01000020 3 8 2 Ohlcago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0O 2 Walker and Peltz Welmcr and Kling UmpireMoran IJostonO 00010001212 3 New YorkO20010003412 1 Willis and Moran McGlnnlty and Warner UmpiresZimmer and Ems lie Brooklyn 01000000 23 10 1 Phllaphla 02001100 H 9 2 Mitchell and Dooln Cronin and Bergen UmpireJohnst- oneSLLouts0203100004 4 4 PIttBburg 200600002912 4 Corbett Sanders and McLean Lynch and Phelps Smith Umpire ODay American League Chicago 00100000 le 4 1 Cleveland 00100000 01 7 1 Owen and Sullivan Donahue and Abbott Umpires Connolly and King Washton 00 00000 O0 4 3 Now York000000201r3 8 0 Patten and Drill Chesbro and Me lure UmpireDw- yerStLouis0000000000 6 3 Detroit 1000000203 9 0 Slevcr and Sugden Mullln and Due low Umpire OLnughlln How They Stand Clubs Wan Lost PO Boston 34 17 667 New York 29 21 080 Chicago 30 23 fiCa Cleveland 26 22 042 Philadelphia 27 23 640 St Louis 23 25 479 Detroit 21 28 429 Washington 9 40 184 American Association Louisville 6 Indianapolis 1 Milwaukee 2 St Paul 7 Toledo 7 Columbus 13 Minneapolis 0 Kansas City 1 Minneapolis 2 Kansas City 4 Central League jj Grand Rapids 10 Dayton 6 Fort Wayne 4 Terre Haute 8 South Bend 6 Eranavllle 0 tPeoria 1 Wheeling 3 Kid Row Knocked Out Chicago Juno 22 = Kid Ross of Kansas City was knocked out by Clar ence Forbes In tho third round here Tuesday night Tho men were scheduled to go six rounds but Ross was no match for Forbes and finally succumbed to a swing on tho jaw To Shorten Summer Payrolls Altoona Pa June 22Tho Penn sylvania Railroad Co reduced 6000 employes In Its shops hero to a two day a week working basis at the close of work Tuesday It Is reported 10 000 men will be idle all of next week War Between Republics Threatened Mexico City Juno 22 Telegraphic advices received hero show that there 1s danger of war between tho republics of Salvador and Guatemala and that the troops of the two countries are marching to the border region Race Track to Be Abandoned Chicago June 22There will be no horse racing at Washington Park this year and a report was In circulation Tuesday night that the track where so many American Derbies have been de clded will bo abandoned Sailed For Panama Now York Juno 22 Chief Engineer James Findlay Wallace who will have charge of the construction of the Pan ama canal for tho United States goy ernment sailed for Panama Tuesday on tho steamer Alliance An Early Morning Fire New York June 22Ftre broke out Wednesday morning in the mill ot I A Hall Paterson N J and spread quickly to the Van Kirk lumber yard causing a loss estimated at between 1200000 and 300000 The Ohio Training Ship Halifax Juno 22rrhe Ohio train Ing ship Essex arrived here from Portsmouth N H bound for Toledo 0 via tho St Lawrence river and the lakes She will leave here Saturday in tow for Montreal Fourth Of July Celebrations often result in serious accidents to boys and girls So get a bottle of Paracamph First Aid to the Injured the remedy which heals Burns Cuts and Bruises quicker and better than anything elae It relieves pain and heals without leaving ugly scars Every bottle guaranted CLEAN OLD NEWSPAPERSA large bundle lor 5 cents at the Printing Office A CHANCE FOR YOU There is a good clmiico for strong and willing young men to earn money for school expenses in Boron this full by work on the Farm and in tho Brickyard and at other work These chances nro only for such nMi will bo hero in tho Fall Turin ginning September 11 and the work must be engaged huCorllllm- 1Ior mrticuhirs address W C GAMBLE Secretary Boron Ky III have bon troubled for sonic time with indigestion nod sour stomach says Mrs Sarah W Curtis of Leo Mass and have loan taking Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets which have helped me very much so that now I can oat many things that before I could not If you have any trouble with your stomach why not take those Tablets and gut well For sale by S E Welch Jr Druggist u My Breath Shortness of Breath Is One of the Coin monest Signs of Heart Disease Notwithstanding what many physic lane nay heart disease can bo cured Dr Mlles New Heart Cure has per manently restored to health many thousands who had found no relief In tho medicines allopathic or homoeo pants of regular practicing physicians It has proved Itself unique In the his tory of medicine by being so uniformly successful In curing those diseases Nearly always one of the first slnu of trouble is shortness of breath Wheat er It comes as a result of walking or running up stairs or of other exercises If the heart is unable to meet this extra demand upon Its pumping powersthero Is something wrong with It The very teat thing you can do Is to take Dr Miles New Heart Cure It will go to tho foundation of the trou ble and make a permanent cure by strengthening and renewing the nerves know that Ur Miles New Heart Cure Is a great remedy For a number of years t Buffered from shortness of breath smothering spell nod pains In my left Bldn For months at n time would be unable to lie on my left side and If lay flat on my back would neatly smother A friend advised using Dr Miles New Heart Cure which did with good results began to Improve at after taking several battier onelandof Cure the halos In my aids and other symptoms vanished I am now entirely welL All those dreadful smothering lirA a thing of th- etrotF IV DIIAKU Mlddletown U youtheFREEWrUe to ua for Free TrIM of Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills the New Bclentlflc Remedy for rain Also Symptom Illnnk Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell tJorMLAUOEATOIUKd JiLKllAUT 1NU To Farther Increase Our Trade Wo are offering the cheapest goods out Before buying frwjwhoro call and see us Millinery IntoHtatyleR at Rock Bottom Pricw Mens Clothing from Sl 50 up to tsoo Regular fO and 510 Values Calico Co porvd Percales yardGrtcnrios IliKhOfltPricR Azbill AzbillB- erea nnd llIiDill Pike n BLACK DRAUGHT II STOCK and 11 POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which arc not liver irregularities Black Draught Stock Mali a bowel and liver remedy for stock It tho organs of digestion in a perfect condition American and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by them an occa lional of mackDraught Stock and Poultry in their food Any raiser may buys 25 cent halfpound airtight n of this medicine Icr and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks Dealers ally keep niackDrauglit Stock and Poultry Medicine yours does not 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tenn Roast Ot Jan IWt BlMkDraugbt Stock and Poultry If dloln Is the best I ersr tried Out stock WH looking bad when you sent BIS the medicine sod now they art fitting so flue They are looking par sat better e P DROOBINOTO- NC L GOOD THINGS TO EAT Wbon you want something goal to eat can us up We carry I select line of Groceries Also Fruits and Vegetables We will deliver your groceries any time during the day PHONE 83 PRESTONSt Street I ooooooooooooooooooooooooo o o- I Ohio 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