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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p1JAMES HHHfH MILTON RACER filter bsd Publlthr Mind ol lM Jorhk1d Btrta Ay iecoed- i lea wneassertI HIlI I NO2IVOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 30 1904 One dollar a year IDEAS Mimfl often prows no thing hut their wishon Ono who 1ms but littlo mind tho inoHt ready to nivo others a piece of it Tho moro reputation a innn him for cunning the moro Im in distrust wl and tho loss his ctinniiig avails him TAKE NOTICE Hu Hiiro to mid tho articlo by Miss Sfxjncu in ibis irtmio on Tho IlighlH of Children On account of limo Inrgo nuinl or of rwpicfltH for a contimmnco of our Iltoclltloffor an hwcrilcd on page f wo hive decided to oxtend tho time Iilimit to July lat Dont mist this opportunity td f2OO worth for 100 Use priwcrlptlon Blank pogo C FROM THE WIRE WORLD McftnrH IVrdicnrisund Varloy woro released by the liaijdit chief HaiNiili- UiiHNiaiiH woro mirprisvd by the JajmneKO near Kalchou and lot 1200 men Tilt Japancflo ore retorted to have undo another assault on Port Arthur by land stud son Ono of the Japanese IranHjwrtH Hunk by HiiHHian wanhiiM rwontly lost f 1UXXX in gold Ono Hitman warship was mink and two others dnnmgixl in a battle with the Japanese nt Port Arthur Tho Senate of Finland adopted a resolution condemning tho assassins lion of Gov Gun BobrikofT Tho 1I11tlOII Government ax logiz wl for the action of the 1alaco Qnard in Htoning the French Minister Ova Oku has joined OeiJ Kuroki and with n united force of 800000 j men will attack till Huwian Gen KurojKitkin Franco and Germany will send t warxhiw to Hayti to demand ropar ation for attack on their ministers at Port an Prince IN OUR OWN COUNTRY- Ai snowstorm is raging throughout the State of Montana Tho Democrats of Vermont in dorcod Judge Parker for tho presi tdeucy rt D Glenn received the Dem ocmtte nomination fdrCJoT ruor of North Carolina A lone bandit held up n stage mach near Silver City Idaho nil made a rich until Dr John Frederick Elmoro lots been appointed the now Peruvian Minister at Washington At the commencement of the University of Michigan Anll Arbor diplomas were presented to 781 grad unte Secret service agents raided a big counterfeiting plant in n cabin al Seattle ash and arrested the operntorowF who hail taken the places of white strikers in Crown City 0 wore attacked by white men and bad ly beaten Tho Military Commission at Crip plo Crook Cols passing on tho enROll of tilt nun in tho jail and bull orderneonI William II Moody was named by the President to be Attorney Gen t eral Paul Morton of Illinois to bo Secretary of tho Navy and Victor H Me tail f of California to bo ilSocrotary of Commerce maul Labor take effect July 1 COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Sixtythree counties have selected text looks under the new school look lawUnknown persons made an at tempt to blow up tho residence of Sterling Dimitt in Bath county Cot James M Marshall will sue seed Col Charles A H McCauley at tho JelTorsonvillo Quartermasters Depot Ilngholy Elkin of linrgin wont to tho jail at and nt tempted to kill Campbell Noel n prisoner Pennsylvania capitalists closed n deal for acres of coal anti tlmlxir land in Knott Pike and Lea Ho counties M Tudor was AttoruorSamuol for rofus ing to answer question propounded to hits in tho grand jury rqotn plnunodtothe mouth of tho Kaimwhn in order to float a great shipment of coal AttorneyGeneral Hays holds tho act appropriating 00000 for tho erection of now buildings at tho Stato College to bo constitutional t At tho mooting of the Kentucky State Bar Association at Louteyjllo Judge J S Kolloy of Bardatown c elected President and II A icDowell of Louisville Secretary l THE CITIZEN H W K VANDERBILT JR THE AUTOMOBILE KING Young VaiMlcrbltta recent fonts In Florida n mile In ItO seconds ten mild In 0 minutes M wiomla nml tiny miles In 40 nilnutta 40 4B nvconda plan him In the front rank of tho worlilH nutomoblllnts In the Ormoud Ueacb races he used a ninety horsepower tnuchliie THE RIGHTS OF CHILDREN By Laura Spence Early in the seventeenth century was heard till first cry for rights spoken in the English language on this continent Tho clamor has continued down dayWe orator grow eloquent as he discoursed on capital and labor and the rights of tho poor down trodden inhering class We have cheered modern Demmthenes in his oratorical efforts as ho made a plea for womans rights Do we ever hoar agitated tho ques lion of childrens rights y Oh you say the American child has them This may wolllllItIIIH to consider rights as OlposlIllo privileges A multitude of privileges or rather in diligences can exist with a total diR regard of till childs rights The rights of the parents being almost unlimite it is a very delicate matter to decide just when and where thou infringe nIaa tho rights of the child The mother cut clothe him in flan nels from heed to foot or keep him in low neck and short sleeves she cell feed him exclusively on tutu Iple or on vegelnhles or on lCrcllHI she can give him milk to drink or let him Hip his fathers wino and leer put him to ledtd sundown or keep him up till midnight She con teach him tho catechism mid tin thirty nine articles or toll him there is no God In these mutters the child has no rights Should tho parents prove absolutely brutal society removes tho untrustworthy guardian and appoints another lint society does nothing cam do nothing with the parent who injures time childs soul breaks his will makes him grow up a liar or coward or murders his faith Women have boon lighting many battles for higher education these last few years toad tho victory is nl most won When at last success shall lave crowned their efforts let them make one more struggle for tho highest education which shall in cludo a specific training for parent hood n subject thus far omitted from tho curriculum Oliver Wendell Holmes was not far wrong when ho said Tho lest time to begin tho training of a child is a hundred years before it is torn Tho first and greatest right of a child is to bo well lent Henry Ward Bcechcr talking on tho subject of being born again said that if ho could lo horn right tho first time ho would take his chances on time second You hove seen a young couple at tho altar taking the marriago vows for letter or for worse and smut sad fact often for worse Neither realized tho responsibilities they woro taking upon themselves nor were in any way fitted to assume those responsibilities How inappropriate tho guy wed ding march instead of tho funeral march prophetic of tho blighted dwarfed lives which in a row short yearn are to take up their march under commanders to inuilicient mid with so little knowledge of tastier in lifes warfare that time small brigade entrusted to their command is routed and defeated in the great battle of life Nowadays men are trained for al most every profession occupation not jxwition in life Eveti the dough tees of the four hundred who are not ox cctod to enter any profession beyond that of n butterfly existence are trained from their youth up in the art of fluttery and all tho graces that will make attractive their million dollars in the eyes of a foreign title The only subject of any iinjx rt ance in which our young then and young women art unlnstrnctcd is that of parenthood Oh consistency thon art indeed a Jewell We train nurses to care for sick Ixxlies preachers to minister to sin sick souls build jails prisons and reform schools for those whoso mill directed energy has caused theta to Income the charge of tho nation But lime fathers and mothers of nil this generation who by their right ways of living might have given stronger bodies to their children by their pure clean lives and right ox maples given thin young human plants an impulse toward eager vigorous growth maid wooed their finest and lest into life have been untrained Many parents seem to think that when they have clothed and fed their children and sent them to school n theyhovetoward them A child has a claim upon its parents above that of tho club lodge church or state It hits a right to lo taught to obey not front fear of punishment but from respect anti reverence for those in authority and that highest and best motive the desire to Ixs III per feet harmony principles of right They havo tho right not to bo spoiled How many innocent little ones are taught to do and say smart things and are indulged in neatly ways during their childhood and a row years later are punished for the same things onco allowed r Those are weights placed on tho child by the parent which impede him in his progress to a perfect manhood A child has time right to perfect ox amples of living front his parents Tho father who drinks uses tobacco and swears steedsot waste hula breath in telling his son that it is a wrong course to pursue Tho moth or who tolls her child that tho bogio man will get it if it does sot stop crying or who purchases loin olnxli dice by promised gifts not always realized need not IH surprised when her trampled under foot C11rslater n fow God pity tho fathoms and mothers who through their ignorance are warping meal perverting tho lives of their children Another right of childhood so often neglected is that of good books Most homes have a Bible if no other book but alas the Book of nil Books is so often n sealed hook Tho CoiHlmiftl on page three column three THE GOOD OLD QUAKER 1 Once said to his boy Nathan it is not what thee reads that makes thee smart it is not what thee eats that makes thee fat nor what thee earns that makes thee rich but what thee SAVES This Savinghabit may be through the steady of an account in our bank Berea Co Main St Berea Carriage bodyfinishcarriages Invariably give thRnNOWWe repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Dry Goods Notionsand Ladies Furnishings CLOSE PRICES i aft A Reliable House to deal with WHITE GIBSON Mali Street Rlcbioid Dillingham Corner CI Gel The Latest Ladies Collars No season has produced such an abundance of beautiful styles in presentWeendless Laces We have just added all the new est patterns to our stock of laces and iasertings and can certainly please yo- uMillinery Midsummer prices already prevail here are determined to to carry nothing over No trouble to show goods Mrs Bettie Mason Mala St Berea Ky W 111 I I I 11 Sixteen Departments I II MM1IfItt tIIi i acquired useI Banking Satisfaction Here varie- tySummer Eight Pages BuggiesPhaetons RunaboutsSurries Traps Durable GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish repaint WORKS- C Farm For Sale One mile from Scaffold Cane pike on Scaffold Cane Hill The farm contains 75 acres is well watered in outbuildingsapple orchard Baptist church locat mllodistanceJ S WADDLE Rockford Ky Win You Celebrate The Fourth of JulyT If so be Paracamphhandy 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 scars TO REDUCE STOCK To reduce our stock by July I before taking invoice we are offering our entire stock of SHOES and GENTS FURNISHING GOODS at greatly reduced prices for CASH Call in and get our prices and you will be con vinced Crutcher Tribble Main Street RICHMOND KENTUCKY KENTUCKY DAY AT THE WORLDS FAIR THE BANNER DAY OF THE EXPOSITION THE HENDERSON ROUTE THE OFFICIAL LINE FOR KENTUCKIANS Governor Beckham the Louis villa Board of Trade the Com mercial Club and the Merchants and Manufacturers Association chose the popular Henderson Route as tho Official Line to St Louis for the great Kentucky Day CelebrationWhen your tickets ask for them over the Henderson Route the Free Reclining Chair Car Line Snbscribefor Citizen Buy your Engagement and Wedding Rings From the largest and beat stock of goldjewelryCalland see our line of goods A J Thompson Opposite Burdettes Mill Berea Ky HOME MADE CANDY Pure Wholesome and Healthful Assorted BonBons in neat i pound boxes East End Drug Co Main St Berea Ky Itl ttr- Ice Cream Crushed Fruit Flavors Coca Cola Cherry Phosphate Popallflavors Grape Juice youinGet tho best tit the East End Drug Go Main Street Berea Ky r 111111111 I I111111 11111111 I iy0i FOR SOME PEOPLE A gentle hint is wasted on tome people you will Und A alight Insinuation they will never seem to mind Theyre deaf to all suggestion when Its delicately mace ro set It through their noddles you must call a spade a spades They cant see where theyre wanted and theyre always In the way Tlii things they should not mention they invariably say A hou e must fall upon them they will disregard a brick The only thing to move them Is a hard and hearty kick Theyre always wellintentioned but they do not seem to think Significance may sometimes be connected with a wink You have to take your gloves oft when you handle them Impart Tour Ideas to such folk with the assist ance of a chart Dont beat about the bush or attempt to speak with tact nut stripped of all dlsgutnes give them cold and brutal tact Dont waste your time In hinting when you see their heads are thick Dut help their comprehension with a hard and hearty kick t It winds a little heartless I am wining lo admit Because a person happens to be some what dull of wit To such a harsh proceeding as Ivo mentioned to resort And yet your time Is precious and this lifes extremely short I wouldnt try to hurt em In your effort to convey A due sense of your meaning and Its foolish to display An Irritable feeling or to show a temper quick e However Im In favor of a hard and hearty kick Chicago Dally News THE MISSISSIPPI BUBBLEI By EMERSON BOUGH Author ol The Story of the Cowboy The Girl at the IUUw y Home Etc eop7Ttzht b7Zmsnon noughd- t CHAPTER XXXIX THE NEWS Lady Kitty Lady Kitty Have Snu heard the news Thus breathless the countess of Warrjngton Lady Catharlnes English neighbor in exile who burst into the drawingroom early in the morning not waiting for announcement of her presence Nay not yet my dear said Lady Catharine advancing and embracing her What Is It pray Has the poodle swallowed a bone or the baby perhaps cut another tooth And for sooth how Is the little one The streets are full of It said she lIne you not heard really- I must say not yet But what is It Why the quarrel between the re gent and his directorgeneral Mr LawNo I have not heard of it Lady Catharine sought refuge behind her own fan But tell me she continued But that is not all Twas the reason for tho quarrel Paris Is all agog Twas about a woman You mean there WMa woman Yes it all happened last night at the Palals Royal The woman Is dead dIed last night Tis said she fell In a fit at the very table twas at a lit tic supper given by the regentand that when they came to her she was quite dead But Mr Law Twas he that killed her Good God What mean you tried Lady Catharine her own face blanching behind her protecting fan The blood swept back upon her heart leaving her cold as a statue Why continued the caller In her own excitement to tell the news scarce noting what went on before her it seems that this mysterious beauty of the regents of whom there has been so much talk proved to bo none other than a former mistress of this same Mr Law who is reputed to have been somewhat given to that sort of thing though of lato monstrous virtuous for sonic cause or other Mr Law came suddenly upon her at the table of the regent arrayed In some kind of sav age finery for twas In fashion a mask that evening as you must know And what doth my directorgenera do so high and mighty Why In Aplte of the regent and In spite of all those present he upbraids her taints timer reviles her demanding that she tall on her knees before him en It deems Indeed she would have dOlo Its forsooth half the dames of Paris would do today Then all of a dud den my lord director changes and he craves pardon of the woman and of the regent and so stalks oft and leaves the room And now then the poor creature walks to the table would lift ia glass of wine and sotisover Twaa like a play Indeed all Paris Is Hike a play nowadays Of course yon know the rest A gesture of negative came from the hand that lay In Lady Catharines lap The busy gossip went on The regent bo sure was angry enough at this cheapening of his own wares before all and perhaps tie true he had a fancy for the woman At any rate tis said that thin very morning equarreled hotly with Mr Law The latter gave back words hot as he received and to they had It violent enough Till stated on the Qulnquem polx that another must take Mr LawIplace But If Mr Law goes become of the system And what would tho system be without Mr Law And what would Paris be without tho system Why listen Lady Catharine 4 Kiiaed 5000 llrrca yesterday and aJL my coachman the rascal in some roan ner seems to have done quite as well for himself I doubt not he will yet build a mansion of his own and per Imps my husband may drive for him Those bo strange days indeed I only hope they may continue In spite of what my husband says And what says he naked Lady Catharine herown voice sounding to her unfamiliar and far away Why that the city Is mad and that this soon must endthis Mississippi theiIYou did not ten me Lady Emily with a womans feigned indifference what was the name of tills poor woman of tho other evening Why so I had forgot and tis said that Mr Law after all comported himself something of tho gentleman No one knows how far back the affair runs nor how serious it was And In deed I have seen no one who ever heard of tho woman before And tho name 1 Twas said Mr Law called her Mary Connyngo- Tho big fly deep down In the crystal cage buzzed on audibly and to one who heard It the drone of tho lazy wings seemed like tho roars of a thousand tempests CHAPTER XL MASTER AND MAN John Law Idle preoccupied sat gazing out at the busy scenes of the street before him The room In which he found himself wasono of a suite in that magnificent Hotel do Soisson bought but recently of tho Prince de Carignan for the sum of 1400000 llvres which had of late been chosen as the temple of Fortuna The great gardens of this distinguished site were now filled with hundreds of tents and kiosks which offered quarters for the wild mob of speculators which surged and swirled and fought throughout tho narrow avenues contending for the privilege of buying the latest Issue of tho priceless shares of tho Company of the Indies The system was at Its height The bubble was blown to Its last limit Tho popular delirium ball grown to its last possible degree From the window these mad mobs of infuriated human beings might have seemed so many little ants running about as though their home had been destroyed above their Leads They hastened as though fleeing from thfl breath of some devouring flame Sure ly tho point ot flame was there at that focus of Paris this focus of all Europe and thrice refined was the quality of this heat burning out tho hearts of those distracted ones Law looked over this familiar scene indifferent calm almost moody his check against his hand his elbow on LISTENING FOR SOME TIME his chair What way the call Henri asked he at length of the lId Swiss who had during these stormy times been so long his faithful attendant What was the last quotation that you heardYour honor there are no quota tions replied the attendant Tis only as one is able to buy The ac tions of the last issue 300000 in all were swept away at a breath at 15000 llvres the share Ninety times what their face demands said Law Impassively True soma 90 times said the Swiss TIs said that of this Issue the regent has taken over one third or 100000 himself Tis this that makes the price of the other twothirds run the higher since tis all that the pub lie has to buy Lucky regent said Law sententiously Plenty would stem to have been his fortune He grimly turned again to his study of the crowds which swarmed among the pavilions before his window Out side his door he heard knockings and cries and Impatient footfalls but neither he nor the Impassive Swiss paid to these the least attention It was to them an old experience Your honor the Prince de Coati is in the antechamber and would see you at length ventured the attend ant after listening for some time with his ear at an aperture in the door Let the Prlncn de Conti watt said Law and a plaque take him for n grasping miser He has gained enough Time was when I waited at his Abbe DuboIshero is hk mes sage pushed beneath the door My dearest enemy replied Law calmly The old rat may seek an other burrow The Duchessc do la Rochefoucauld Ah then she hath overcome her husbands righteousness of resolution and would beg a share or soT Let her wait I find these duchesses the most tiresome animals in the world The Madame de Tencln 4 cannot see tho Madame do Ten cln A snore of dukes tM foreign princes My faith mat B No have never had no largo a tin VjuoaU na come this monlnThe stolid tin fasslvcness of the Swiss seemed on the point of giving way ILet them watt replied Law even before Not one of them would listen to mo live years ago Now I shall listen to them shall listen to them knocking at my door as I have knocked at theirs Today I am- aweary nnd nit of mind to see anyone Let them wait At last there arose yet a greater tu mult in the hall which led to the door A squad of guardsmen pushed through the pocked ranks with cry For the king Theregent of Franco stood at the closed door of tho man who was still the real ruler of France Open open in tho name of tho king cried one as he beat loudly on the panels Law turned languidly toward tho at tendant Henri said he tell them to bo more quiet My master tis tho regent ox postulated tho other with somewhat of anxiety in his tones Let him walt replied Law coolly I hAve waited for him But my master they protest they clamor Very well Let them do sobut stay lIt Is Indeed tho regent I may- as well meet him now and say that whlh Is In my mind Open the door The door swung open and there en tercd the form of Philippe of Orleans preceded by his halberdiers and followed closo by n rush of humanity which the guards and the Swiss to ether had much pains to force back Into the anteroom How now Monsieur Las how now fumed tho regent his heavy face glowing n dull red bli prominent eyes still more protruding his fore head bent Into a heavy frown You deny entrance to our person who arq next to tho body of his majesty Did you have delay asked Law sweetly Twas unfortunate Twos execrable True I myself find these crowds execrable t Nay execrable to suffer this an noyance of delay i Your graces pardon said Law coolly You ihould have made an appointment n few days liuadyance What Thq rqgerit of France need to arrange a day when ho would see al servanttYour grace Is unfortunate Inhlll choice of words replied Law blandly I am not your servant I am your master i The regent rank back into a chair gasping his hand clutching at the hilt of his sword V Seize him Seize him To tho tins tillo with him The prosumer The Impostor Yet even the guards hesitated before limp commanding presence of that man whom all had been so lore accustomed to obey With hand upraised Law gated at them for one instant and then gave them no further attention Yet these words I must hasten to qualify resumed he True I am at this moment your master your grace but two minutes hence and for nil time hereafter I shall no longer bo your master Your grrico was once s good as to malo mo head of certan controleasfbe which you see without was ail my own It was this which made mt inater of Paris and of evury nvin within the gates of Paris So far vary well were honest and thee 1resu11ectlpn thaaIwhIch ImlillonRgave you more millions to pay the debts of France France and hor re gent have again taken a position of honor In the eyes of the world You may well call me master of your fate who have been nbje to accomplish these things So ns ydti knew your master you did well New your sraco has seen fit to change masters lie would be his own master again Th ire cannot be two in control of a concern llk this Sir the two minutes have lapsed I am your humblo servant Tile regent still sat etarlng from his chair and speech was yet denied him There are your people There Is your France said Law beckoning ns he turned toward the window and pointing to the crowd without There is your France Now handle it my master Here are the reins Now drive but ceo that you be careful1 how you drive Como your grace said he mockingly over his shoulder Come and see your France There there Monsieur Las I did you wrong porhapa said he But as to these hasty words pray reconsider them at oats Twill have ti bad effect should a breath of this get afloat Indeed twas because of some such thing that I can to see you this morning A most unspeakable a most Incredible thing hath occurred It comes to me with certain confirmation that there have been shares sold upon the street at 12600 llvres to the ac tion whereas as you very well know 15000 should be the lowest pilve today And what of that your grace said Law calmly Is It not wlut you planned Is It not what you had been expectingHow sirrah What do you mean Why I mean this your grace said Law calmly that since you have takeft the reins It Is you who must drive the chariot I shall suggest no plans sbsh offer no remedy But If you ctlll lack ability to see how und why this thing has attained this situ ation I will take so much trouble as to make it plain Go on then sir raid the regent Is not al well Is tine e any danger As tr danger said IAV we can tlltolorsl happenedIyou how It happened IIIIsword belt Your grace said Law calmly vii do mo the kindness to raacmbor that when i tirst asked of you time charter ot the llanquo Generate to bo ttIen privately In the name of myself and my brother I told you that any hanker merited the punishment of death If ht Issued notes or bills of exchange with out having ther effective value safe In his own strong boxes Well what of that queried the regent weakly Nothing your grace except tha your grace deserves the punishment of death slow sir Good God t tho truth of this matter should even became known those people out there that Franco yonder would tent your grare limb from limb and trample you In the dust The livid face of tho regent went paler as the other spoke There wa conviction In those tones which could not fall to reach even his heavy wits ITo Ue Continued YOUNG IDEAS RANDOM SHOTS liiuiilr of Juvenile Ilrllllnncj hltnc1 It Drifts- Schoulbua The following list of amusing mistakes made by British schoolboys In their examination papers la complied by tho University Correspondent Iron is grown In large quantities for manufacturing purposes In S Franco The sun never sets on British pos sessions because the sun sets in ths west and our colonies aro In the north south and vast Tho diminutive of man Is mankind Question Define the first person Answer Adam Bloat consists of two sorts ol cork screws rod corkscrews and white corkscrews Asked to explain what a buttress Is ono boy replied h woman who makes butter and another a female butch er Teachers dictation Ills choler rose to such a height that passion well nigh choked him Pupils reproduction His collar rose to such a height that fashion wellnigh choked him A Jobs comfprter Is a thins you give babies to soothe thorn A sky scraper Is an overt rimmed hat Political economy Is tho sinned which Reaches us to get the greatest benefit with the least possible nrnoint of boncat labor An emolument Is a soothing mdl tine In the United States people art put to death bj elocution Gravity was discovered by fsaac Walton It Is chiefly noticeable In the autumn when tho apples are falling from the trees Siininiiiiiril ljr ISnmc An exciting lovers quarrel was one brought about by the young womans accidental reading of a telegram wherein the unfortunate lover had spoken of his new yacht In terms of tnoVirinent omitting to mention the tart that Goraldlne was only a boil A similar blunder Is reported by the Philadelphia Telegraph Theft were five passengers n tin street car and as It nppimce a crossing the conductor called NVM lIam One man got up and went out Ann announced the conductor anti n woman left the car Tucked away In the corner was a llr Mo man with a foreignlooking face When the conductor called George and another passenger alighted the little man awoke to the situation Ha rose tiptoed down the aisle and wMa greed to tho conductor Before you calls out de name of do lady In dore Ill tell you I wants to git oft soon My name It Is Paul- Conraae of a trust When after days of desperately harm work Eugene Delacroix finished his first academy picture he found that he did not have any money with which to buy a frame Without it the pic ture could not be admitted to the salon and the young artist was de termined that It should have a place there So he set to work to mdnufac turn n frame At last the picture was sent up to he exhibited surrounded bj four planks daubed with colors When a few days laer DeUcfols went to search for his picture in the small rooms set apart for the efforts of young artists It was not to bo found there One of the keepers who no Iced his disappointment Inquired If It were he who sent the picture with the board frame On learning that It was ho said The committee would not have your planks Tho chairman or dered a fine frame for your picture and it has been hung with the twat pl- cluresN Y Tribune Prayers for w llarvhornr Among the stories that Jqhn Wesley Gaines congressman from Tennessee brought bacjc with him from England Is one that Dean Hole the witty dl vine tells of an unsophisticated curate who went to a Yorkshire parish where the parishioners bred horses and In addition frequently raced them This Innocent curate was naked to Invite tho prayers of his congregation for Miriam Hawkins So for three successive Sundays prayers were offered up for Miriam Hawkins On tho fourth Sabbath the clerk advised tho curate that further prayers In tlil reapoH were unnecessary Dear me exclaimed tho ianocon man Is Miriam load Oh no sir was the startling re sponse she won the tin futlo- niraceN Y Tribune IDR V H HOBSON Ss Dentist os Tort0mCRichmond Ky Suod by His Doctor UA doctor hero has sued me for S12KO which I claimed was excessive for caso of cholera morbus nays R White of Coachella CaltAt tho trial he praised his medicalskill and medicine I asked him If it was not Chamberlain Cols holora and Diarrhoea Remedy he uxl as I had good reason to believe it was aud- ho would not say under oath that it was not No doctor could uw a bettor remedy than this in a case of cholera rabrbus it never fails Sold by S E Welch Jr Druggist t hui 1I11rort1rnUaM rwnrtre tor do 04 nrornOllpkblUt SWl FT 4 CO 2iJi3bOff L st Ofle wukts jlan 0 0 DosporatlonI place ill of accident resulting in Burns Cut Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a supply of Bucklons Arnica Salvo UH the beat on earth 25c at the Fast End Drug Co 8 Goon InY8stwoot For 8171 I will 1114 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ouly on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 Inches wide and 27ards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned home uiade dyes Any women who wants to soil eorer lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the Collaga wants before beginning to weave spin For Information apply in pet BOB 01 by letter tc Mrs Hf ttic W Graham 1Berra Ky Mr Thrown George K Babcock was thrown from bis wagon bruised He applied Chamberlains Pain Balm freely and Hays it is the best linlmtjnt he ever used Mr Baboook is n well known citizen of North Plain Conn Thorn is nothing equnl to Pain Balm for sprains mind bruiH n It will effect a cure iu one third the timo rrquired by any other treatment For sale by S Fl Welch Jr Druggist Buggy Carriage Harness I FINE WEATHER invite you to and OneIfor pleasure sad fit Does raur naruofis look as well de tko rest ot your turnout or is it shabby thus detract from the appearanceIf way out of It Select a new set of Buggy or Carriage liar ness from Our Large Stock at astouifthingly reasonable prices However if you iucido to make your old liar noas do lot us put it in good repair for you It wool cost much t T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Kr 1 Neuralgia Palls Are sometimes almost unbearable Paracntnph rollover Neuralgia and Headacho instantly by opening the pores stimulating the circulation and l removing time congestion A tree ap plication will convince you of itrf merits So dont suffer but keep ParacJimph lu your homo Your need it every day f MONUMENTS Ste Ndslea tslurp rarll end Mirbt Work of all kinds done in s workmanlike msnnnr at rca onsbl prices and with dispatch AUwork KiUf antoed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Cttrxf or Mali md rfelllK On etrtiThat Throbbing Hoaducho Would quickly leaveyou if you used Dr Kings Now Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25 cents money beck If not 5 cured Sold by the East End Druff Co Druggist GOING TO THE WWHJTS fAtE AT a ST LOuIS V J USE THE it HENDERSON ROUTE THE LINE THAT IS- COMFORTABI6 BEYOND A DOUBT FREE RECLININGCHAIR OnWial Rout For Kstuokians T STaLOUIS Ask for our rates GEOL GARRET drat Passr Art L I JRWI- NSn Passr Ap A LeWISVILlK KY LINGtTIRED DULL ANDIIOLWE BACKACHE AND LASSITUDE- W caD OtIItIILU and make hug trirbt aa lu- Wifliio0W for onple Yoa rMrai DR OENZmCER D WuMa ode THE CITIZEN 1 JoIN+ 1 The Home JHHJI1B LETTER RILL Editor iMIHINIdaft raet People Who are halt pallllltllle1 theyTTheyreOn thli hull of clayl Thrush a cures that on them 1Ucrd an eldritch tat alwaysThirty Xlint IIIlntrnllo- nTIntI laslnro Or IndlfTemnco or Vanity In drms That retards the wretchM body mind and soul tulJEvrrTet when love expect themBay al fro oclock They will npraln their ankles On some wicked rock staking an appearance At the tryillng when Love haa left dlncourafed k Thirty after ten Should ambition tell them- Raven sharp we dartOut for fame In battle Out for old In mart Then at half PUt aevcn llrrathlnu they would tomsI Only to be hearing Far away the drum Thu the hit pact people Through the spleen of fate Live except at failure Thirty minute late New Orleans ThneDemoerat Mace sad Male Th mule he la a smile tautAnd MJ le man lIa aaltaanl to be the leant And ao In man Like man he may be taught IIOmlrieul lie due hU wurk from right to ilx The mule when he get mud he kicks And w dou man The mule puuAndII happiest when he le full And co U man- Like man he bold a patient pot And when hla worka done will rejoice Tba mule h like to hear bLe voice And co dote man Tae imul lc ometlme kind awl good Altd o Ia man toodtAnd outlandish fuulUhnena Tb Mole accused of mulUhneaa And to U man J 81 Lout Ulobo Democrat T tka Msa Who Ina Tkrovm Hud Una Suet To tueman who has thrown and ha toil t thli word And oh that the word might cheer Frrt ctraUbtly forward nor tdeterred I 1 Ily the fullure nxwrdnt here For the swat U pttit arum the future bear No leee It promlM for you Oh child of failure and want nf rarro Though an aCe and a deuce you threw To the man who haa thrown and has lout 1thusword In the final teat Hupremt t honor may he conferred a N Ily the Judge who knoweth beat On Ih one whom the world In Itl folly proclaimed- A failure abject nnd sheen Mayhap he may aland with the choaen r named M lb one he hold mot dear t To the man who hu thrown and has toilc 1Mm word There It never a allure sheer Till the final word of them all is heard And a record le ended here And I hold thle faith and hold It true In the mtd t of Ilfe s demote and dins TU th Itaftiwtra Intent the while ha threw Not the spot on the dice that wine Alfred J Watcjhouia In Nw York Time I HHHHIHHH IIIHIIII+ t The School i join WIRT DIMBMOBB Editor r The biwincHH of the school in to teach tho child civilization But civilization in not iinlxxlie l in tho formal Hlndiou muling writing iirithmutic raintnur To give tho child these is to give him ifs tools but to give him no moro in to leave Mill without inspiration mid guidance These tads nro rondo useful only in HO far OH tho child lax oiniied m to him time realms of nature nnd of Immunity Through time usoof tluwo instruments tlm child lOllY enrich hit f own lifo by appropriating the no cumulated oxx riunco of tho race This nxiuricnco comes to him in the mnin in tho form of lxx kn Tho most vital endowment which tho school gives to tho child is tho read ing habit directed Iryn cultivated taste With this endowment tho i I most remote community is put in touch with civilization tho child of tho district is made tho citizen of thoq world But this reading habit can not IN cultivated in tho absence of book1 Without tho rural district library tho rural school must fail in its most iniortant function Twentynine States of tho Union give money every year for tho sup port of rural school libraries Ken tacky gives 310 to each district if tho people raise 110 to tstnlllisha library The majority of tho districts of tho State havo taken advantage of this and If there are any that have not they should do so at once If- I t your district does not have a library write to Stato Supt J II Fuqua doFrnnkfort KYI and find out how to got ono i I j 1 111IIIIIJI11IIt HHHH+ The Farm WAS CHEEVEB 1USOH Editor H TIlE BAD ROADS TAY MUD HIGHWAYS ARE COSTLY ESPE CIALLY FOR THE FARMER Some FIr Stumlnc Whmt I Lol by llmtllnar Farm Product leer Unimproved HondaHaw tba Mer chant I ACeeted The ammo public highway Indicates tint roads are natters of public rather than private concern nnd nothing but tho fact that we hare nil bran giving attention to our private affairs to the oxclufllon of public otTuIrs fun account fur the lack of IntiTvst that has been taken In the highways in the past sold a speaker nt a good roads convention held In WlnUwt In Hut fortunately a change Is taking place Interest In In creasing Country and city alike nt awakening to the necessity of some thing Iwlnir done The people of Madison county la are paying a small road tax C mills being the limit that can be levied but they have for years been paying a larger sum In the slmi e of a bold roads tax or a mud tax as It Is frequently culled The largest tax Is paid by the farmers The farm products of title county that can find a market only when hauled to town are enormous It the farmer was always Buro of a good road to town whenever lie stuff was ready to market he could haul a larger load and make better time and thereby materially lessen the cost of production The Madison county smog will not walk to market lie must ride Every time a farmer Is caught with a bunch of hogs ready to sell and the bad roads keep him away from n good market be makes a substantial contri button to the mud tax It costs 40 to ship a carload of hogs weighing 17000 pounds from Winter set to Chicago Onethouiuind seven hundred pounds make S good average wagon load of hop and It would there fore take ten teams to haul such a car load of hot a to Wliitnntct tram the country at one trip Xllowlng 2 per load fur the cost of hauling to Winter set from the country which la certain ly n conservative estimate It costs Just half as much to haul n carload of huge over the country roads ten titles to Wlntrntet as It does to haul hem froth Wluterset to ChleiiKo by railroad n dIll lance of 100 rides If the hogs could IMJ hauled over a stone rood all the way to town about twlco na large n loud as tho prevent average load could be hauled It costa 2 to haul n cord of wood eight or ten miles that will sell In Winternot for 4 the cost of hauling being onehalf of the selling price It two curls could be haultxl at one load the cost of hauling would only bo one fourth of the Kolllnt price In the old countrlcfl or In localities in this country where permanent roads have been built the farmer can haul a load of produce to towu when the fields are too wet for work In our country the rued are usually unfit for hauling when the fields nro unfit for work Tho merchant helps to pay the wud tux When the roads are bad bo and his clerks are Idle When they mend ho nods extra help for awhile provided his customers have not done without the article ho noils so long that they conclude to do without It entirely its it very frequently the case Many mer chants carry a lino of good that must be sold at certain Reasons of the year Let bad roads keep their customers away during that season and they will have left on their hands a lot of gouda that they could have sold at a profit if their customers from tho country couJ have reached them Every one In Win tenet who uses wood for fuel must contribute to tho mud tax if ho hap pens to run out of wood when the roads are bad Ho must then pay a high price to some person that ban stored up a quality of wood that could not bo sold In competition with good wood The railroads pay mud tax When the roads In thu Jive stock district are bad the stock f ire And train crews and en ghee are idle and when the roads gut better in their own good tlmo they do not have cars crews and engines enough to handle tho traffic properly truffle is rushed and wrecks occur This explains why it Is that railway compa nice Are willing to make cash contribu lone to aid In building country road and to haul at cost needed Without going Into details further it Is sufficient to say that there are very few people living In agricultural rom munities who do not directly or Indi rectly pay In the form of a tax to the bad roads more than the ordinary levy for road purposes I Rural Delivery Notes I The gross receipts at free delivery of fices during the fiscal year were 9V 40002313 un Increase of 1211 per cent over tho preceding year Time cost of tho free delivery service was 19337 D8U an increase of 1203 per cent as compared with the preceding year Tho resignations of 2870 carriers Were accepted during tho past year about 10 per cent of tbo whole number many of them stating that they fluid It unprofitable to continue in the service Seventy carriers were removed for cause of which number seven Were ar Mate for violation of the postal laws Tk deaths of eightysix carriers were THE RIGHTS OF CHILDREN Continued train IURO I jmrentu are Ignorant of time beautiful stories within itk sacred covers or knowing them they rrnlizo not their value Tho child who humievor heard tho story of tho baby Mown of Daniel of David the shepherd hoymill of the shepherds who watched their flocks by night has missed a part of tho best of Iris life Tho games of children should occupy no menu place in the coiiHid eration of a childH development They aro molding inlliicnccH which form no small put of their lives Every mother knows tho develop hug tenderness nnd motherliness that gOtH on in her little girl through careasing and Baring for her doll Tako away time Uoll mind you oraso from heart and head feelings images Kx try nHpiratidnn oxiwriunct ready for application to real life Women lire clamoring Give UH the ballot nnd wo will purify politics miff raise limo ntandard of morality Did you over hear tho Htory of the youth who had heard much of a rare and Ixauliful flower With tho great purjxjso of linding the precious llower ho set forth to wok it On monntaiiiH and III valleyover plain mind though forest ho sought Long years las ltl and ho totted it not At last weary and old ho returned to his native land and as ho nearest his own cottage Ixhold there beside tho door bloomwl the flower for which he had neardied tho wido world over- Women jr u hove tho purifying of polities and time raising of tho stand cord of tngrality in your grasp now When you havo taken your foot from time neck of your fallen sister When you have wised to mnilo ujxjii and instead of turn your buck on tho mat who himself has departed from virtue and lei astray your weaker sister when you cease to give yourselves in marriage to drunkards mid HIertiiieH When 0 mothers you realize that over tho iinlwrn children your j ower is almost that of God and your res on8ibility like Ills to ward us and that the baby in your arms today is to IMJ tho citizen time Klitcian tutu leader of the future when you have realized mill this tho question concerning womans right to vote will sink into insignificance illIOlIIpar iII with time mothers right to stamp the coin of character iixm the trusting loving impressionable child A symphony of the thovtun a lMan tiftil piece of sculpture painting by some old master arouses in us tho highest ideals but these artists deal with inanimate things The teacher iu her school room if she IK not nn artisan but an artist in her work and realizes that she deal not with corruptible timings but immortal souls can give the greatest symphony of life nobility of man womanhood IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered by the Henderson Rout I- tween Louisville ud St Louis Commencing Sunday June 2lth Kentuckys popular linn the header son Route will inaugurate a safe and Fast Day soivico botvvoon Louisville and St Louis in each direction and will improve tho time and equipment generally of nil trains between these poiiiln opbraledinschedules between Louisvilln and St Louis pmilGIG p m 720 a m and 016 p m justfromvestibule pattern and in AS fine as on any train operating in or out of Ken tuckyThe 880 a m train through with out change of cars will Im composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cats DinlngComcoaches Thu flOO p in train through with out change of cars will consist of Pullman Sloping Cars Free Reolin lug Chair Cars nod high back seat passenger coaches The 700 am tram will have Parlor Cars Dining Cars and high back Mat passenger coachman The Dining Cnia on day trains will onlyforAll trains will lance from and arrive in the Seventh Street Union Depot dpparUngfromStation St Louis In purchasing your tickets to St agentforHenderson Route Ho will have them in stock and will be glad to tcket you that way You will be satisfied in every re upset with th accommodation and safe train service that is offered by this line which has been termed the Official Route for Kentuckiana Dr C3 Mollftt Is a graduate of mr llclun and has M ranch rllehlln pnwirllH for the sick cc any phynlrlnn and In mot hem his TKET1I II the levl mI duty run nee for their locthlnu rlillilnn TKKTIIISA Ald DIRTS tau KiKiiUtr Urn iowis tlrermmre and Countrnrn time Knvcli of the Stiuimcri heal Cued imkM teething easy Kentucky Intelligence THE GOEBEL MONUMENT The Final Inspection of the Sculptors Work On It Lexington Ky Juno 29rrko Goo ben monument commission will be call ed hero this week to pus upon the work of SIgnor Morrettl the Italian sculptor Ho has remodeled tbo fig tire of the martyred statesman accord Ing to tho several suggestions made and ho will havo It ready for examina tlon Thursday Local admirers of the lato democratic leader say that It now resembles him closely Tho original design had him wearing a Prince Al bert coat which has now given place to a sack coat such as Goebel used to wear This change was made upon the suggestion of Arthur Goebel PUBLICLY WHIPPED Young Offender Given 50 Licks on the Public Square Lexington Ky Juno 29John West 14 was before Judge Riley In the police court Tuesday morning charged with destroying private property Being too young to send to the workhouso Judge Riley ordered that ho be given 60 licks In public on the courthouse square The boy was led to the square by two policemen Ills father and broth er applied tho tub each one giving him 26 lashes When the whipping had been finished tho boy was scarce ly able to walk Tho affair was witnessed by a large crowd LIFE INSURANCE IN KENTUCKY Annual Report of the Stare Insurance CommlMloneri Frankfort Ky Juno 29The lifo volume of the 34th annual report of the state Insurance commissioner of Kentucky completed Tuesday makes tho following showing Premiums received during tho year 7038130 losses and claims paid 3347225 Is sued during year 124834 policies insuring 73617899 In force ttt closo of year 884047 policies insuring 214 863269 Refuses to Extend the Time Versailles Ky June 29The Wood ford fiscal court declined to consider an application from President John C Noel of the Frankfort A Versailles Traction Co for another extension of time in which to begin the construction of the electric railway from Ver sailles to Frankfort Shot By His Friend Louisville Ky June 29 JHarry De bo was shot five times and fatally wounded by Harry Young a boon com panion at the Crystal Spring Fishing club Dobo was drunk Young says he threatened him The wounded man is an exfireman and his assailant is an expollcoman New Bank at Owensboro Owensboro Ky June 29 Articles Incorporating tho Fourth Street De- posIt bank wero filed In the county clerks offlco Tho capital stock was placed at 15000 all of which has been subscribed John J McHonry of Louisville la one of tho largest stockholders a Kentucky Corporations Frankfort Ky Juno 29Tho fol lowing now companies flied Incorpora tion articles with the secretary of state The Ben Williams Hardware Coor Catlettsburg capital 100000 The Bear Grass Land and Construction Co Loulavlllo capital 100000 Edward L McKeee Promotion Greenup Ky June 29Nowa has been received hero announcing the promotion of Ed L McKee of this place as post offlco Inspector in charge at Chattanooga Tonn Ho has been city Inspector at Kansas City Ma since January 1902 Drops Dead In the Street 29lbomalIMalseydead on the street He had driven to town alono and after making some purchases started home but died of heart disease before ho reached his wagon Rolling Mill Shuts Down Newport Ky Juno 29uThe New port rolling mill will close down in all departments Wiednesdayrnlght It will not resume work for SO days and tho phut down mayrbo Indefinitely prolonged Differences lover the wage scale Holland Murder Case Continued Paducah Ky Juno 29Tbe Holland murder case was continued In Bon ton until tho fourth Monday In Sep tember Sheriff Holland of Calloway county shot and killed KardyKeys a seyeralmontheago Kentucky Quefter Burkcsvllle Ky Juno 9rho Now Domain Standard Oil Jo struck an other gusher on the Hoard farm in Salt Lick Bend The olD spouted over the top of the derrick tend is flowing at tho rate of 400 barrels a day Sleeping Man Killed By Lightning Columbia Ky June 29AWUl Wago nor a native of this place who return ed from Jeffersonville In l two weeks ago was killed by lightning He was asleep under an apple tie o in tho yard when the storm came the Shop Louisville Ky June 21 IThe strlk ing Job filters who hi the been out for four Months dnslinding union shops ac8ced the OKI i shop Tues 4NtM r jMsktof for 1 bear oldj Jobs An nlrnI Story For Little Folks A Sad End to a Courtship One beautiful spring day Mr Cater pillar put on hid high silk hut and strolled down through the meadow Ho had not gone very far when he- met Miss Spider amid she was attired In a magnlllccnt picture hat while her dainty feet were Incased In the Uurcst little shoes Imaginable Ah exclaimed Mr Caterpillar Isnt she perfectly lovely Surely there can bo uo danger of her dolrig me harm Good morning Miss Spider said Mr Caterpillar who was delighted that she noticed him You are truly beau tiful today Ob thank you said Miss Spider May I hold your hand be asked HB MET 1CIB8 SPIDER You may she said and bo grasped her head lovingly May I tell you that I love you bo askedr You may she said and he drew closer to her Will you bo mlnaV he asked I will she said and be threw his arms about her And will you be mine she whis pent In his ear as her head rested on tile shoulder I will he answered Then I guess Ill cat you at once for I am mighty hungry said Miss Spider So she spun a web about poor old Mr Caterpillar and had him for a meal Atlanta Constitution fin tpirnal Story For Little Folks Swimming School The bullfrog sat upon a rock And croaked aloud croaked he Im tired of banking work Im tired More useful 1 will be urn atop this rocking all day long With greenback all around And then he left the bank end walked Until a duck he found- I too am sick of quacking round Said Doctor Duck with vim- Let start n swimming school and teach The birds to float and swim Said Mr Frog Ill teach the bird To dive and swim no doubt And you can float and swim as well Twill be the beet thins out They built a bath house largo and bright Down by 4 running itream And hung up placards all around To advertise the scheme The sparrow crow and robin came With oriole end jay And all were entered on the books For lon every day D1YLII sprang gracefullyI float like The birds then all Jumped In at once 1And none of them got out I In vain the teachers tried to teach i But every bird they found t Could not be taught to swim like them mutd every acholar drowned i Detroit Journal fA ladly Mercenary View You gay that you do not favor an Increase of the salaries of members of either hour of congress 1 That Is my position replied Sen ator Sorghum If Ute salary gets large enough to amount to anything some of my friends among tho cor pora tlons may assume that I ought to be satisfied with it and not expect any further consideration from themt WatUujtoa Star 1n TBl Affair 1oboutGeorge E Foss of Illinois chairman of time house committee on naval affairs The American navy Is his hobby Although only forty years of age he has been elected to congress five successive terms nnd when appointed acting chair Oran of the naval committee on the nJs Ignatlon of Mr BoutcIIe be was by tar the youngest man to hold so Important a position his next youngest fellow chairman being twentyfive years his senior The building of probably four fifths of the present navy was author ized during his lead ership of tho naval committee and be has done more than any of his predecessors to equip tho service with officers men and ships ODd to Improve the navy yards Mr Foss At his own expense went abroad and made an exhaustive study of the navies of the world no was offered tbo assistant secretaryship of the navy Under John D Long and has since been mentioned for the place A Favorite In Army Circle Mrs Adna R Chaffee whose hus band General Chaffee succeeded Gen eral Young as chief of staff with the rank of lieutenant general as thchead of time military cotcrlo at Washington Is expected to make tho winter social season the most notable in army cir des the capital lias seen In many years Mrs Chaffee who Is tho generals sec and wife Is slender oDd graceful with blue eyes light hair Just touched with gray and a most charming manner i The ExCanute of Stratford Corn ex countess of Strafford whose marriage to Mr M T Kennard of London was recently announced Is an American by birth She was Miss Corn Smith of New Orleans before her first marriage and was the widow of Samuel J Colgate tho millionaire soape I manufacturer of New York when she wedded the Earl of Stratford in 1898 At that time she possessed A fortune of 10000000 left to het by Mr Colgate who died in 1893 The earl was killed by n railway train near his country seat Wrotuam Park oolya year ntttr mils marriage and as there was no male heir result lug from the union the was compelled to give up SVroilmm castle and the house In St James square London both of which hall been put In order with her motley The estates went to the earls brother the item Francis Byng This gentleman was formerly the vWar of St Peters church Kensington amid chaplain to the speaker of the house of ciiimuomt The exCountess of Straffoni has one daughter by her first husband Major Rnnrle Soldier and Lawyer Major James E Iluncle who recently testified against General Wood be tore tho senate committee on military affairs is n retired army officer and was formerly General Woods legal ad riser Major Runcle was graduated from West Point In 1879 and for several years was an Instructor at that In stitution but as the result of an acci dent ho was retired from the army for physical disability in 1803 r sq The Citizen III TXDEFENDCNT FAMILY Ntfrmra t PnbllihwJ trtrj Thursday M Berea Kj JAMES M RACER Editor and Publtshe- ratfneCRIPTZON RATa rATABU Ix aoraiscR 0111 year tlM Ills months M 60reead Ofac Hont Order Bi ZsgtakredLetterTh Itt fUr your Jlaml shows to what Itto your lubierlptl sit It usibuueil within thrx ek tendlif honey notify ut- Bubierll T wlihlng Tni Cmtc stopped putt notll ui at the expiration of tub ionitderlhptitheylwLhItccontinueedwe thai nt aneofianyehanieMnyoor dr lees gtvlug both old and new Missing Numbers doe to wrappers eomlrif rt In or otherwU will gladly bl tup jlled Barrro unified Acvnis Wanted In every locality Write tot termi Anyone feuding us four new yearly robttrlptloui will receive Tim cmuM free lor Inl year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop jCourtIce Cream s All Flavors Ice Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California Fruits Early Vegetables jt jt jt Phone JOESNo 68 Select Grocer and Caterer Joes Corner Richmond Ky DR MaE JONESII Office Over Printing office BEREA KT Open Every Day from 9oclock a m until 4 oclock pm AA J THOMPSON GENERAL MERCHANDISE Fruits and vegetables J a specialty orosm BUBDETTES KILL Berea Ky Wm Lunsford General Dealer in High Grade Pianos and Organs Instruments repaired and tuned Drop me a card and I will call promptlyI JBerea Ky iGo to the I Red White Blue Story For closing out Bargains 1frelJhuntil 4 p m Phone 60j R J ENGLE Chestnut Street Berea Ky GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS TEG ETABLES and STATIONERY Lunchcounter Agent for Langdou Broad Your patronage is solicted T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Ky i Puma No 73 Miller Houseifitted up Meals and Boar aud Lodging at prices Next door to JoeIiR G Engle lain St Richmond Ky Williams fa better prepar ed than ever fade your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Cleau 1Lug and Preaaiog a apociblty Work guaranteed I W A WilliamsI Ja t Street BezeL KI A Modern Gunpowder Plot- A FOURTH OF JULY STORY Ly CAROLINE MILLS IUy Caroline Miles P ROFESSOR OKAY had a great many Ideas and opin- Ions Indeed it was his business to have them for ho bad been a teacher over 20 years Many of his theories lay In the dl rectlon of training the youthful mind He had three children and on them he worked out his pet schemes One of his Ideas was this that chll dren should bo told the truth al waysIt Is a bad course he would say- to let children read and hear so many fictitious stories Why not give them historical stories which shall teach aj well as amuse So that was the plan ho pursued with his family Each year ho tool tip the history of a different country and all the stories the children read or heard that year must bo of that particular nation Three years ago they were studying English history One evening toward the end of June the family were scal ed on the front veranda enjoying tho evening air- Father said Clifford the elder son suddenly wont you tell us a sister storyOh yes do urged Ruth the only Make It a Fourth of July story Clarence put In enthusiastically How can 11 said the professor In doubt You know they dont celebrate the Glorious Fourth in England Oh you can certainly get up some thing Clifford Insisted The professor sat thinking for a few moments and then ho said Well Ill tell you about the Gun powder Plot It has nothing to do with CIHFOUD WHO WAS TUB OLY FAWKES OF THE CONSPIRACY TOlCHED A MATCH TO THE END OF TIII HOPE the Fourth of July but It treats of ex plosives so I suppose It will suit you Just as well The children settled themselves do lightedly and the professor began He was a charming storyteller and th children sat spelbound until he haJ finished The tale made a great Im pression and especially on Clifford The next day when he and his playfel lows were lying on the grass In the shade too lazy to play on account of the heat Cllffoffrd told the story to them and concluded by saying Boys Ive got a scheme Lets us get up a gunpowder plot for the Fourth Only we wont have ours Just like the story for ours shall go off as it ought We can have It on that vacant block across the street Well dig a cellar and then build a sort of ihouse on top for the parliament build tug Yes and make the house of tin cans and such things so It will make a terrible noise when It goes off said Frank Middlebury So It went on and soon the plans were all laid The next day they began operations and worked desperately as boys will for play all morning Day after day the work went on Doth boys and girls of the neighborhood were wild with curiosity to know what they were about but never a word of Informa tion could they get from any of the workers Even Ruth Gray did not know what they were doing until she accidentally overheard Clifford say something to Clarence about the gun powder plot Then she was all in terest and wanted to Join the conspirators herself There werent any ladles In it Clarence replied scornfully when she staked him about It Oh well that doesnt make any dif ference and I want to so bad Well you ask Cliff And when she asked Clifford he put her off very contemptuously Then Hith began to cry aud told him he was real mean Hut no amount of teasing made any difference Clifford was obstinate Ruth was not admitted to the plot At last the morning of the Fourth arrived The conspirators had agreed that parliament should be assembled and the gunpowder In the cellar set off at 12 exactly as they would all have returned from the public exer cises of the morning by that time The day wore on The usual pop ping and banging of a typical Fourth of July continued very steadily It was nearing 12 oclock and one by cc five boys appeared on the scene neat the parliament building Issuing from one side of this tin can house was a rope which extended about ten feet out of the house The end of this rope was to bo lighted and then the boys were to run away and watch proceedings The rope com municated with a quantly of firecrack ers underneath the house All the pockcf money that five boys could says and earn for a week had been Invested In explosives and stored away there for the FourthIrived Clifford who was the Guy 11IIghtellThen the five boys stepped back to a safe distance Very eagerly they watched the of the ropolClosercrept the spark Its getltng there boys said Frank MlddleburyLandy wonC It be great cried another cllrIfordSure enough the tiny flame had reached the boundary of the house It was creeping Inside An Instant and all would be over Tho building nllti the members of parliament supposed to bo seated Inside would only bo a memory None of tho five said a word and each held his breath In expccta tlon of the terrific crash Its coming now shouted Frank as the heard the of small firecrackerIBut It didnt come as fast as they expected It takes awful long Clarence said In a discouraged toueIYes It did Five minutes lasted In fact and still no greater aund had they heard than the one s mall cracker What a the matter with the thing said oe boy- Vaybe the rope was tangled up pay sire suggested Frank No It wasnt either answered an other In disgust You were hero first Cliff Didnt you go In and look at things to see if they were all right I looked Just before I started down to see the procession and I Didnt hare time to look again after icarne baoU before you got here Say boys somebodys been md dung I think said Frank Oh pshaw I dont Itll go off yet Clarence persisted Well Im going to go and look said Cliff The other boys were a little timid about approaching the tin cAn house but Clifford with the true GUl Fawkes spirit went straight ahead and peeped In at the opening The othen confidently expected to see his head blown off but nothing of the klu1 happened nor was It likely to Nava taken place For what do you suppose Clifford saw as ho looked In Well It was truly enough to make blood broil There was not a sign bl1I firecracker to be seen and Instead there lay tho end of the burn rope In a pall of water Clifford stepped bark and beckoned to the other boys liar was literally speechless When all taken a peep at the disappointing scene the Indignant conspirators of the gunpowder plot at once hurried hallIlcnedWith loud voices and excited gestures the boys told their story Interspersed now and then with wild conjectures aa to the probable perpetrators of tho trick The professor heard them out and Just as he was beginning to speak In serious reproof of their daring scheme the door opened and Ruth came In To the surprise of everyone her arms were plied crackers She flung them tmllUhheyI on the floor at the boys claimed In defiance are your hateful old firecrackers- At first all present were amazed then a look of contempt overspread the boys laces such as would have seen a study for a painter The professor spoke gravely Why Ruth you ought not to have taken the boys crackers It you knew that their plan was a dangerous onei you should have told me about It I wouldnt ba a talebearer She raised her head proudly I did It because they wouldnt let me be In It The professor hardly knew what ta say for tha scheme of the boys head been a dangerous one and It was well that It had been Interrupted yet Ruth had done a wrong thing to take the crackers as she had lie explained to the boys what a serious thing they had planned what harm It might have done and added Hero are your crackers Go Itrll them in the timehonored way apt dont let me hear of any more such en IImiledlAndbe sho little or bigIThe boys crestfallen at so common place a conclusion to their daring plot tiled out the cracker In their arms The professor was left alone with Ruth to point out to her tho error of her ways Now let mo conclude with a little secret which must be kept just be tween ourselves Come let me whis per In your ear Since then Professor Gray himself has been a little moif careful about the kind of historical Incidents which he relates lust before the Fourth of July Christian Work A SophistryIWhy do you works to show your of learning the Declaration of Independence by heart1 For the reason answered tile man who is never at a loss for an answer that actions always speak louder than words WMblnjslon Star THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Wesson in the International Series for July 3 1904The King dom Divided Prepared by the Highway and flyway Preacher Copyright liy J M Kdsonl LESSON TEXT n Kings IS1A Memory V erses 1MO K So Jeroboam and all thf rIl came to Itchotioam the thud day as the king had npFolnlid saying Come to me nsnln the third day 15 And the king answered the people ruuuhly and forsook the old men counsel that they Rave him II And npuke to them alter the counsel of the young men iayinn xp father made your yoke heavy and will odd to your yoke my father atso chnitucd you with whir but will chtitlte you with scar plons Wherefore the king htntkcntd not unto the people tar thecnuse was from the Lord that he might hoe saying Hhllonllienwmu the king raping What portion have wo In David neither have we Inner tuncv In the tan ot Just to your tents o Israel now see to thine own house Uiivlil So Israel departed unto their tents- Rat as for tho chlldrnof Israel which dwelt In the cities of Judith llvhoboura thtmI ent Adoram over the tribute and all Israel atoned him with stags that he died Therefore king Iltfcuboum made speed to got him up to hit chariot to lire to Jtruw km 19 So Israel rebelled against the house of David unto this day 10 And It cnme to pai when all Israel hard that Jeroboam wits come again that thiy sent and cullwl him unto tbe congregation and made him king over all brad there was none that followed the house ot onlyTUB 1S1II with the 1arulltl 1aMUEci 2 Chron 10119 1114- UOLDiIN TRXT = tilde goAh berort destruction and n haughty spirit belorc u tall Prov 1018 Tl it K Common Chronology m II C 1LACK Scbecbem about mnev north of Jerusalem IKUSONSrehobanm son f Solomon Jtr bourn son of NcUn sad Zeruuh I Kings ll3t seder of nvrlhcin tribes Events of Rcbobonms Reign Ten tribes present grievance t- oklnJl Kings 12 MI Events ot till Itsfcon Vcrncs 12I to 20 Rehoboam forbidden to make war on Israel Verses 2121 Temple spoiled of troasuro by Shl- shak1 Kings U2131 The eleventh and twelfth chapters of 2 Chronicles contain fuller accounts of Itehoboams reign Comparing Scripture with Scripture connseljSellJorebonm Head his record In t Kings il2GIQ- Aa the kin had 8 See v IAnweredIs not the only Instance where harsh words have coat dearly The kings speech that day cost him more than half his kingdom Irov 151 tsuggoau a better course Spoke to thorn after the counsel of the young menSee vs 811 1320 finds striking Illustration Iroj The cause was from the l It was fulfillment of prophecy Sw 1 Kings 111112 and 2U39 lint Is no real conflict between Gods thereInUclcncc and mans free will hardening of Iharoahg heart Kx and crucinxlon of Jesus Acts 223 Gods foreknowledge does not nullify mans freedom of choice or lessen his responsibility Iteboboanfs pride and folly end Jeroboams cunning II10ttlnlI were but carrying out tho word of GodSto ls 7C So Israel departed Incompetenry anti unworthiness always bring disas her and loss of possessions and power See Luke 1921 Kchoboam made speed to lice Compare his boast In vcrae II of onlyISeo13 21 and Hohoboams Misfortune Hehoboam had a backslider for a fattier and a fordavoluptuousness and Idolatry that marked the closing years ot Solomons reign How u young man Is handicapped who has not a good mother and father And on the other hand see 1r1thatto him bccaute of the promise of God to David his grandfather U Kings 1113 Itehoboams Opportunity Hcho roams pride shut the door of opportunity and opened that of disaster lie had the splendid opportunity of deal- Ing justly and generously and healing tho breach between Israel and Judah but pride akJ selfwill made him deaf to wise advlu and blind to the rlgh fromInatiterlngHow common is this sin of pride and selfwill and bow It shuts the way of wholesome opportunity and invites dl aster How prone we arc to reject advice that Is counter to our own preju diced views The Uehoboam spirit U not vet extinct The Golden Text finds must striking exemplification in the events of our lesson Sel Thoughts Earthly rulers generally Impore grle t oua yokes but there is one King Whose yoke is truly light for Ho shares the yoke and always bears tho heavier end King Hehoboam boasted and then fled trueIof himself Pride and folly shrink the character and generally there is corresponding diminution In ones worldly p06sesslonlI md authority The small imal place IB the rule WHAT THE BLOSSOMS SAID rhey Entered Protest Against Growing Apples for Cider and Ruth Helped Them Ruth Ilarrctl was only six years old when her mother took her one afternoon to a meeting of the Loyal Tem perance legion On the way Mrs liar rctt could hardly keep up with her little girl she tripped along fast Her large straw hat fell back over her shoulders showing n bonnie smllliiR lace bright eyes and dark smooth hairOh mother she sIII excitedly do you think can gay It nll1 Wont It bo a DurprlHcmcnt to Freddie know Ho never heard you teach me for ho was always In tho shed chopping wood The leader welcomed Ruth and placed her In the front row relates Anna A Gordon In Union Signal Drother Fred 11 years old who sat with great dignity In the presidents chair was surprised Indeed to see his little sister After the devotional rx vrcltes he said In a loud clear voice The Lillian Stevens L T L may stand repeat the pledge motto and rallying cry and give the salute Until was up first from her seat and to her brothers amazement she could be distinctly heard an she repeated without missing a word all that thoy had been asked to recite The loader murmured to herself Gad blew the child when the dear tiny right hand reverently gave the salute and the sweet little piping voice made Itself clearly heard above tho others and at Ruth farnctiiy Kald My head my heart and this right hand for God ant homo and nativu land her mother HIIK LOOKUP LOVINOLY PI AT TUB IILOKSOM- Bfllenlly prayed that God would help tier little ulster to always keep the sacred premise sho was malting Tho oivilng song upper rite apples well pick from the trUI But elder no elder for us If you pere was a new one and the children san It over and over until Ruth knew thn first lines and the tune by heart anl sho hummed the SOUR all tne way homo Hcrichlng tho gate she left her mother and ran to tho orchard Just tJ look at the apple blossoms mother she said They do shine ro with thu run on thorn There were hundreds of trees In full bloom It was like fairyland to Ruth nail flinging herself down on the grass thelooked lovingly up nt the blossoms and then at the blue sky beyond For tome minutes everything was very quiet and then could It be possible yesshe surely heard the apple blos sums talking Their voices were sweet and musical but very sad One big pink and white blossom said to u beauty on the next tree Isnt It terrible that Farmer Barrett la golni to make elder of us this fall I would stop growing If I could and not turn into an apple at all I heard a boy say once when he came whistling Into the orchard I was made to be eaten and not to bo drank Perhaps ho was not talking about us but thats just what I think about apples Send us to the elder mill Why Its dreadful Ituth Harrcttfl elder mill those pretty white teeth of hers are the onlyklnd of a mill Im willing to be ground up In How do you know that Farmer Bar rctt means to put us Into a horrid cldor mill and turn us Into a drink thaI snakes people cross and often cruel and wicked said a cunning little bud just above Rutha head blossomlboBrother John and I hoard him say that there Would be more apples than usual this year and that he would send a lot of us to FotoyB elder mill vflnh wo rouid only pimp off the trees now while we are only blossoms Poor Ruth was In great distress She tried to speak and explain to her apple blossom friends that It must all be a mistake but she could not utter a word The dear little maid was asleep anti dreaming of all this commotion In the flowerladen trees and when Mm Bar rett found her there were tears on her faceCome Ruth supper Is ready and fathor Is waiting Wo began to think our little girlie was lost Father said the child as Farmer Barrett asked tier why she did not vat her bread and milk I cant ever be happy any more If what the apple blos moms said Is true I we dreaming I hnow but I am to afraid about the cl slur 11 the clint raid Mr Uarrtir IDlclR back his chair and llftluK Ruth tenderly Into his strong arms scc here chUd thrrt Isnt anything to cry about That dream was nil wrong Our apples anti yours and mothcrxnndmlnc are never going to be made Into elder and t hope our little girl will bo a temperance worker tome day and help Io drlvo every elder mill out of thin country I dill say tii your uncle ywttrrday that It was a pity toliavenoraatiyantilrN go to waste every summer and that people wrre making money out of the elder business nut sluice then your mother and I have talked It ovur anti have decided to tend n lot of apple to Boston this year for tho little folks at the Frances E Wlllard Settlement Smiling again Ruth thought no Well take a walk out to the orchard after supper and tell the blosRorua all about It before they go to sleep THE MODERATE DRINKER Vigorous Reply to lib Argument by the Staunch Old Scotch man Dr Arnot That staunch old Scotchman Dr AtInot gives u good Illustration of the tal abstinent1 question 1oiiwill the world full of men who will tell you JIholrtl side They know when they have had enough no danger of their woomint drunkards nail the like Dr Arnot says True you are not obliged but here Is a river wo have cross It is broad and deep end whoever falls Into U Is sues to toIdrowned here lea narrow foot bridge tingle timber extending acro UP U lithe of limb and steely of brain nerve may stop over U In inlity Yonder t la a brood strung bridge Its ibuadatloneiare solid tuck lie paMMgn are wide its bollucrade Is high and Aria All tray cross It In perfect safelytbe axed and feeble the youths and gay the tottering wee OHM There II BO danger there Now my Meade you say Urn not nbiiRfd to go yonder Lot them SUIhers who rinnot walk hula limber True true yiHi am uot obliged hut R6 for you HC know that If wi miM timber though we may RO tartly otliT who will attempt to will surely lu1l And we feel ntAnrIto RO by the bridge Walking a foot bridge over a 1Ittft NOTES AND COM rJmT J A lirenkon untie to the a drowned pan a fool and a mad man StiakpMK Tile Mlnncipoll eonfweatc of W G T Unions Ia UtlontiiK tic street railway company to Itol In Ito ears lIvrtaalqlhlIKJrI The bnwerM In Mcrway are po gold mines nawoday Rive of the six breweries located IB or near the city gave their stockholders 10 divi dends for the inlet yesr- Forthe PltooHrnRrioent of tk It weak It may IK well to remember that already 1 a pledge dgniag campaign In Mam chuintl line won 1o5ouo aastr and thou now 3C par cent of lbe popnlHtton of the Pnltftd States II vnrallvd la the membership of dltuthuthll agalnat seven per cent In The Austrian governmont Inearmnce department tins lately issued a pamphlet containing thin statement la Munich very ilxtocnth man dies of beerkenrt An eminent physician uf MualcK do elates that one man In every uevna In the city diM from the txctuivw UN of beer The habit causes dltMua of Uio liver and destruction of the wall of the blood vessels SAved Money on Sober Workmen- A contractor who was opposed to theTliquor traffic but who had hose In the habit of employing total abitalorr and drunkard indiscriminately decided to turn no more of his money directly Into tho till of the laltxinUt by employing those who rue alcoholic Ilqucra Need Ing a foreman on a large piece of work he offered tho txsltlon to a man whom he had formerly employed a heavy drinker on condition that the foreman i should become a total abstainer To this the man agreed admitting that liquor Injured him in many ways with tho money earned on this contract the foreman paid debts to the amount of over 100 which he had contracted In the days when he paid out his money for liquor and ran In debt for the neces series of life for hilt family This same contractor hired a drunken workman en condition that his wages 10 jfcr week should bo paid to his wife and be ex pended solely by her Thug offer was after some hesitation accepted It In needles to say that the money was spent far the mans own family Inttoad of for that of tho saloonlit Temperance Cause Saved nil Whisky DimesrIn one of tho dry goods store of Green county Ky a gentleman recently IialdI i a small amount all In dimes and after ward purchased about three dollars worth of goods and also paid for them In dimes As dimes are very scarce the merchant asked hula customer where ho rot so man Ills reply was that he had sold a load of hay to V It Not and had received the full amqunt 10 In dimes Mr Noe says he was In the habit of taking two drinks of whisky every day but now ho Iveg his wife two dlmcji a day and abstains from drink Slnco ho commenced tho practice he has pur horse for 90 nnd for It In lpayingdimes left National Advocate Working for Norwegian The Norwegian total abstinence sorcieties have state organizations In Minnesota Wlsconilnv South DakotaIand North Dakota and an the same kind It being organized on thoIPacific coast i WORST OF CHICKEN PEsTs Known as poultry Mite or Tick and Endowed with Vicious and Destructive Habits One of the worst pests wt th whlrh the poultry raiser has to contend the mite which has tho power of creasing marvelously fast and Is u vicious In Its attacks as a blood sucker The sitting hen and the newly hatched chicks suffer most from this pest and call for great vigilance on the part of the poultry raiser to pro tect them from Its attacks U II not l dlClcutt to keep the pens and chicks free from mites if proper attention Is Clvcn and litter Is not allowed to ac YOUNO MITK Ventral View MaxnineJ 70 Dlamrtera I cumulate In the houses and yards Then by spraying everything now and then with a good Insectlde the mile will find It hard work living and final ly give It up- The chicken mite Is commonly con sidered a torn of Insect life although It is not properly peaking an Insect U II sometimes called the chicken tick I or poultry tick It would probably be better to apply the term tick to this parasite and reserve tho word mite theImite an average of onetwcntyflfth of an Inch and its width Is about four Aftbs of Its length 1Ithas right legs by means of which U tan move very rapidly from place to I dace In color It Is light gray with j small dark spots showing through tbr ADflT MALI Uorial Vtsw iUtnintd h Ulamttrrt rkln About one In or 100 shows a distinctly red color varying from n light to n dark red This red color Is due to engorgement with blood The common white louse of the hen Meno run pallllum Nltuch la longer than thi mite and of a yellowishwhite color lly the aid of figures 1 and 2 one can easily Identify the chicken mite ever with the naked eye Much aid will he Clven however by a hand magnifier Tho mltcH are of peculiar and steal thy habits of pile rather unlike that which one naturally expects from J parasite Indeed theY are only semi imrnsltlr and oj a rule remain ujwn tho fowls only long enough to secure a meal They are very active in their movements and seem to be ever on the lookout for a victim On account of their vigorous and vicious hablu they may be styled the wolves of the Insect parasite of fowls The mltej hide In crevices and under objects In the hen house during tho day tlmr while the chtckoiy are outside and lie In wall for their return They lay their eggs and the young are hatched in these hiding place A barrel affords an excellent hiding and breeding place as tho mites lodge between Jho states and under the hoops In the ucit they are to be found under the straw or other nesting material It Is a roteworthy tact that a placo which shows only a few miles on the aurface may contain vast numbers In the crev tees or under objects Often they be tome so plentiful that they overflow the hiding places and appear In hordes upon the exposed surfaces The de scription null figures of tho antes art taken frorV a bulletin of the veterin ary department of the Iowa Agricul tural college Detroit Free Press What Organization Has Done To thorough organization among farmers are tho splendid agricultural tolcgc fanners Inatltutcs rural mall rouea farmera telephones due Sonic of these enterprises may have been started by a small group of men who foresaw their great Importance but It wae not until the majority of farmer in u state or section united and de manded their rights that anything like fatUfactory results were obtaIned They have done much but a great deal remains for their careful attention They must never relax their vigilance for It they do retrogression Is sure Oinncf Judd Inruier MONEY IN CULTIVATION The Farmer Who Works Ills Soil Dil igently Ts the One That fists the Big Crops When I was a child I read a Sunday school story which impressed mo ven much about a poor boy who was made very happy by the gift of a pig Hi did not have much to feed the pic but be tried to make up for other lacks by attention and care and wai so far rewarded that the pig became a fine large porker and when brought to his natural end upon tho block re turned a handsome pittance to the ragaclous boy As I grew older doubts beset my mind concerning tin probabilities of that story notwlth standing Its Irreproachable origin un ill I met a woman who was striving most conscientiously to arry on and do Justice to the pet farm of her husband a railroad conductor who con ducted most of tho time She kept pigs and like all neat housekeepers carried her passion for cleanliness Into the barnyard As a result those pigs were taken early to the water Ing trough and became so accus tomed to their dally bath that likt tho precocious children pictured In advertisements they cried for It It was a decided departure from cstab llshod precedents In pig culture but It paid Tho pigs throve and waxed to fat and beautiful that their proud mistress bore them off to the fair and took all tho blue ribbons she could pay her hands on Doubtless they were well fed too but that does not dutro the force of tho argument for care and appears to bo almrat as near to godliness In the culture of crops as In the regeneration of the human family When I questloutd a man who had succeeded In raining 900 bushels of onions where only COf grow bcfpre he assured me that tho re suit was duo more to care and atten tion than to richness of sell Hn as serted that onion culture like the training of a child should begin with the ancestors In other words the Iced sowed should be the product of good well cultivated onldns and It should be planted In a odbed rte nearly perfect as harorwlng and eul tivating could make It Then when tho onions had sprouted cultivation should be renewed and every weed should be removed In order that the young bulbs might Inherit the earth and get the start of sit competitors Cultivate Cultivate was the mot to of that onion grower and we boo lieve It must be the motto of every produced who deals with organize- dIlfoFarmers Review BEST WAY TO SKIN A HOG Experts Can Take Off a Hide in Ten or Fifteen Minutes and Never Scratch It The butcher cuts off thn snout ears tall and feet and then proceeds as usual with a sheep or calf slitting the shin on the breast and abdomen and down each UK The skin muil be cut from thn flesh It will not peel or strip ID places as a sheeps will The entire animal li rklnnrd head and all This operation li performed before the animal Is hungup the skin as It U cut loose being spread out on the ground or Moor to keep the flesh from coming In contact with anything that would toll It An Inexper fenced man would at first probably rpoll several hides by cutting then but an expert will take oft a hide in 10 or minutes and never scratch It with his knife eAft to the market for the skins I have so far been unable to learn where they are dliporcd of It seems to be r rort of trade regret among the butchers While there are dozens of men In this vicinity engaged In skinning hogs I find that the hides are all nlaletrd by two or three men who buy of the others and these speculators do tint teem to care to Impart any information con corning the matter I am told that the skins are unit In tie manufacture ct saddles shopping bags end pocketbooks I also learn that the market has bten In jured of late by the number of cut skins that hate been tent In which shows that a good many Inexperienced men have been taking up the work last winter Everything used to po at the top prim large and small and cut ones but now jininll ones must go at half price and cut ones are thrown out entirelyE0G- illett In Rural New Yorker EASILY HANDLED HARROW It Is Arranged So That the Teeth Are Sure to Cover Every Inch of Oruund The oSivaw herewith Illustrated Is eight feet long by four feet wide wlti teeth in each becm Iht teeth should be of nveclghthluch t teal und put through not more than two Inches This makes a fine comb harrow which IIAIUIOW IX POSITION cute all the top and does not pull utj trash Each Loam Is attached to the pulling bar with a hook and drop link Through the middle Is an Inch rod put through thlmblcH one being sllppei over each beam as shown at a This makes tie harrow flexible By with drawing tho inch rod and unhooking from the pulllps bar It can bo slid tend In very small space A boy can handle It The harrow Is very easy to draw the beanie being very near the ground act as levelers whllo the teeth cover every Incfi of groundJ Flomefell In Orange Judd Farmer THE TWO CAPTIVES Penlicaris and Vnrlcy Held For Ransom Released The Former It Much Fatigued They Suffered Many Hardships While in the Hands of Ralsull and His Band Tangier Juno 2lon 1crdlcarls an American and Cromwell Varley an Englishman who were captured by the bandit Ralsull have just arrived here Ierdlcarta is very much ta- tigued after his long ride but says ho is glad to get buck Ho Is greatly pleased with the reception accorded him by the townsmen who met him hlI great numbers Pcrdlcaris suffered many hardship while In the hands of Ralsull although ho says ho does not think that these were the fault of the bandit chief and that ho had ever comfort ixwsljle under tho circumstance Varley ap pears to bo as cheerful and bright as If ho had just returned from a picnic lioth Pordacarls and Varlcy aro much thinner especially the former who line aged considerably Icrdlcaris was received at his town houso by tho authorities the admirals personalia great demonstration of joy kissing their masters hands and clothes Much credit Is duo to tho two slier eels of Wazan Mulal All and llulal Unmet who have devoted much limo In their efforts to secure the success- lor the negotiations Mulal All remain at Ralsulls camp continuously thus ensuring the safety jot tho lives of tho captives while Mulal unmet traveled back and forth between Tan Bier nail Ilenalrcs- Mulal unmet says ho arrived at tea camp of Semi governor of tho Rent I Msanx tribe at 3 oclock on June 23 but that tho captives did not arrlva until tho morning of June 24 Nothing unusual occurred during the exchange of tho prisoners who started Immediately toro their rcapco tlvo homes The delay In turning over the prisoners was apparently merely a mistake as to the date set for- their release Washington Juno 26Vice Consul General Philip whoso station IB nt statederemained In sultan and the department Is advleol that he will stay there until the cop lives aro returned to their homes Adm Chadwlck commanding the American fleet at Tangier was advised by cable Friday that his courso In connection with the Pcrdlcarls Incl dent has met the approval of the department AN ARTIFICIAL RISE Effort to Be Made to Create a Coal Barge Stage In the Kanawha Charleston W Va June 25One million and lxt elght thousand bush eta of coal were locked through lock It Thursday and Friday Every tow bout available was sent to the mouth of tho river Friday night to await an artificial rise planned by the govern ment oinclals Tho rise In the Ohio will not be enough to float the coal barges so cither Saturday or Sunday every pool above dams No 0 to 11 will bo drained to create tho necessary stage In tho Ohio It Is estimated that tripping theso moveable dams will ralso tho Ohio nearly four feet at the mouth of the Kanawha and allow about two million bushels to movn to tho southern markets ITHE WIID TRIBES Igorrotcs and Negritos at Worlds Fair Are to Be Clothed Washington Juno 25The Igor rotes and the Negritos representative lot the wild tribes of the Philippine Is on exhibition at the St Louts exposition are to bo so clothed that their nutldlty can not bo a subject of criticism Directions to tnls effect have been given to the responsible of ficials at SL Louis by Col Edwards chief of tho Insular bureau of the war department who has been on a visit to the exposition and Is now on his way home CABINET CHANGES The President Makes a Statement Regarding Them Washington Juno 25 President Roosevelt Friday made the following announcement regarding changes In the cabinet William IL Moody of Massachu setts to be attorney general Paul Morion of Illinois to be secretary of the navy Victor H Metcalf of Call fornia to be secretary of commerce tJ labor Tho resignations of Secretory Cor lelyou ami Attorney General Knox liavo bUn received and accepted to take effect July 1 Called to Washington OViland Cal Juno 25Victor II Metcnir congressman from the third California district who was appointed to the cabinet by President Roosevelt Friday has received n telegram front the president t calling him to Washing ton at once Order of Maccabees May Split Toronto Juno 25An Independent Canadian order of Maccabees may bo the outcome of the efforts of tho main body which has U8 headquarters In Port Huron UJcb to raise the rates if Insurance NECESSARY SCUGOL FOR ONE EXPENDITURESI Cllege rarld taI fX IMi Acid tLab Karr Ac Sole Kormtl A OrIII No4l1I II OarIN Ili II 001FnrIpeellaxpeniss brlow LIVinO BXPEliSBSBMlf IM U IdTUM ky Bcnth Room rest bjr term Solid room furl stud Ilghta t3l for tau and rprn17t Mk3Mor winter Um Wtl week Board tbs tartersnowed 1a eppron- 4plceurlfla price Mcerdlng to tccommo ittloni furnished Adding thne llfloc aliens U school n uNe sad To be paid the Silt day tncludlni tbell deposit In Collfflit Department 11020 Academy std Latin Xoratl lllW Applied Seltnc Kormal sad A Grmlllarrll7MjMod Schools 11510 la winter II W more tot tutu No student eai be rerclfed who blU to mats this adenabs pr merit Total Oitlurf tifttttt for II leeks are ten to bt to CollciUU Department 510 Academy sad Latin Normal 129 ApplUd Selene Normalsand AOrtmmuiTT Model Schools IU IB wlnlr three 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a4 who edr advance Goagreg Tux Not The The best pay and Tho and arrange you Our this will that first and SUBSCRIPTION BLANK According to your offer I select from your list the following Num mySubscription bers Name 125Poatopage book in addition if I am among State the first 50 i l THE CITIZEN Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES HH I I I I I No I I I t tIt I I I I II t t I I I + I t I H t I zJ II 1110 + t I Mrs M S Owen left Sunday for Chicago Ill J C Boggs id spending the sum finer at Jane KyIBorn to Mr and Mrs W H Bower on Monday a fine Ixiy Mrs Lou Hansou leaves today to visit her son at London Ky Rev A P Smith of Science Hill was a Berea visitor Wednesday Rev H J Derthick left Monday to join his wife at Mantua Ohio Mrs Bert Coddingtou returned Tuesday from Science Hill Ky Great preparations are being mado for tho Berea Fair July 4 and 5 Sherman West anti Will Dalton are working near Huunewell Kan Secretary Will C Gamble and wife spout Tuesday in Richmond Ralph Oslxmio sprained his ankle Monday and is confined to tho house Miss Lamson and Helen Kneelund left Wednesday morning for Harvey Ill Will Flattery spent Sunday with his sister Bessie Flanery in Cinciu nati Tommie Baker was out Sunday for the first time after a three months illnessMrs E H Yocinn and son Mau rice are attending the Lexington Chautauquai L Gentry is visit ing her sister Mrs J C Cross at Mt Sterling Mrs W W Weaver is dangerously ill at the homo of her parents at Bluffton Ohio Miss Anna Gross a teacher at Tougaloo Miss is visiting Mr and Mrs S L Clark Miss Elyof Paint Lick and Miss Sadie Tenor of Peebles Ohio were in Berets Monday Miss Anna Lindley entertained patty of friends Friday night at a inarshmallow roast Mrs Thomsons Sundayschool class enjoyed a picnic to East Pin nacle Mondaynight E Guy Tankersley has a good position with the American Express Co in Galveston Texas Mrs Eb Spink and two children of Cbandlerville Illare visiting at tho hone of Mark Spink Mrs J J Brannaman Mrs L V Dodge and Miss Lamson visited Morans Summit Thursday Mrs Jas Hart who has been seriously ill at her homo south of town is thought to be improving Every College Catalogue for 33 years has contained the name of some member of the Titus family Misses Mary Catherine and Julia White of Richmond aro visiting at tho home of Mr and Mrs J W StevensMr Baldwin of Hnrrodsburg and Miss Witt of Kingston were here Tuesday looking over the College grounds Mrs T H Horton and two chil dren left this morning for an extend ed visit at her former home at HouU ton Maine Mrs J D Pettus of Crab Orchard and Mrs J F Cummins of Stanton are visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs L A Pettus Miss Martha Click loft Wednesday for her home ut Kerby Knob accom 10panied by Miss Conlon who will make a two weeks visit there On Friday at the homo of Mrs Lou Hanson Miss Anna Gross gave a talk on her work at Tougaloo lie fore the Ladies Missionary Societies of the town Mr Titus and family enjoyed an outing at Mallory Wednesday which was the first working day for 22 years that his team has failed to rev port at the depot James Hart ono of the oldest citizens of the County died Monday at his homo south of town Tho funeral was hold on Wednesday Rev M K Pasco officiating MondayIemployed and all parents should put forthextra effort to have their child ren in school the first day ProCIMrs Dizuey and two children and Mrs McBain and little daughter went to Bobtown Monday afternoon Tho pastors of tho Richmond churches have united for a union tent meeting to begin Sunday night and continue two weeks Secretary W C Gamble will have charge of tho music Our attention was culled recently to fact that Mr Alfred Titus is the first graduate of Berea College to have a child finish a course of study Two of Mr Titus children have com pleted courses Misses lhlryand Myrtle the first graduated from the College tho second from the Normal Department A Sever Storm Last Sunday lightning struck nn oak tree near Mr Rotes house on his mountain farm Tho discharge hit the hotlyof tho tree aleut 2i feet from the top reducing the wool to very fine splinters and tearing the tree froth this point to tin ground into strips from a few inches in length to 10 feet long mud from 1 to 4 inches thick mud scattering then a distance of SO feet away In about seven minutes another dmchargi struck a pine tree sonic 30 feet iron the destroyed oak Separate Provision for Colored Students The following slip is being pastes in the College catalogue Time Kentucky Legislature has passtlla bill prohibiting private schools from receiving both white and colored students and prohibiting students from attending any school where Iwth races are received The Trustees of Berea College have been advised that this law is in contravention of the provisions of tho Constitution and violates the civil rights and personal liberties not only of the Negro but of every citiz en of the United States The College will endeavor to have the law declared unconstitutional and appeal to tho Supreme Court of the United Stator if necessary For tho next year no new colored students can IHJ received Those now enrolled will lie sent to Fisk University and to other good schools This large extra expense as well as the expenses of litigation are forced upon us Whatever the final decision may be the College will continue to give of its means and its energies to the education and uplifting of the color ed race College Items HERE AND THERE IIIHIIIIII- Claude DeBaun loft Thursday for a visit in Lexington Dr G A Hubbell left Thursday for St Louis Judge Wheeler is working in Paw Paw Ill B P Allen returned Sunday from a visit to Hamilton Ohio Mrs Geneva Craft left Tuesday morning for her home at Viper Ky Born Tuesday to Mr and Mrs C W Gould at Fairdalo man S pound girl- Rock is being quarried for tho new Library Building and work on it will begin as soon as tho plans arrive Arch Brandent erg returned Sunday from Hamilton Ohio and will remain hero the rest of tho summer Supt Thos A Edwards of Xenia Ohio has accepted the position of Supt of the Model Schools for next yearMiss Emma Haagen left Wednes day to begin her school at Locust Branch where she taught lust sum merJohn W Hughes of the class of 1815 has accepted time jKwition of Principal of the colored schools of Cynthiana Ky George Roberts writes front 3000 Pine Street St Louis that the Berea crowd is enjoying life at the Worlds Fair Tho College Night School has been organized for the vacation with 15 students in attendance and Amon Brock as teacher Miss Ruth A Hollister a gradu ate of Ohio State University has iccepted the jxwition of teacher of cooking for next year Jas M Brown after spending a week at tho Worlds Fair has accept ChampionIPaper Co at Walker V Washburn who recent ly graduated from tho Farmers Course has a good position as over seer on a tWO aero plunatiou at Cannonsburg Miss T Leahy A E Percy C F Hin man It E Hatch J Huff S Brown and B Isaacs are working for the Keystone View Co with Lawrence burg Ind us headquarters GENERAL RETREAT i At the Battle of Dalin Hill the Russians Were Outflanked L and Driven Back FIGHTING LASTED FOR TWO DAYS The Japanese Actually Succeeded In Planting a flattery In the Rear of the Russian Position The Czars Troops Got Revenge on the Japanese Cavalry Column They Were Shelled With Terrific Ef fect and Scattered Hal Cheng Juno 29 Monday tho Japanese troops attacked tho Russians occupying Mao Tien Ling Feng Chou Lin and Tall en Pass Russian infant ry and cavalry retreated persuaded that tho advancing divisions of Jap anese operating against each of the three passes was stronger than their detachmentIn on Tallcn Pass the Japanese guards besides other regi ments took part The Japanese made a frontal and flank attack There was a considerable force on both sides The total losses In the battle aro yet unknown Eighty wounded have arrived hero and on Sunday last a hos pital train with 200 passed going to LJao Yang Tho fighting lasted the whole of Juno 26 and 27 and the Japanese suc cessively pushed the Russians from three positions occupying them with artillery as the defenders retired Wounded Russians recounting the two days fighting say that the Jap anese again demonstrated their reli ance on their artillery and that they were greatly superior both in num her of men and In guns On the sec ond day of the fight they brought up a heavy battery which silenced tho lighter Russian guns and caused se vere loss Tho Japanese artillery practice however was inaccurate and as Is usual several times shelled empty positions or shot over tho Russian columnsITho fight started at dawn tern miles southwest of Dalln bill A Russian rifle brigade held the position until noon in tho face of a heavy artillery fire but tho Russians were finally out flanked by Infantry and cavalry the Japanese actually getting a field bat tery in the rear of the Russian post tlon Then the brigade fell back The Dalln hill fight continued from 4 oclock until dark The Japanese worked furiously all night long and emplaced two batteries on tho vacated Russian position Tho fighting waa resumed at 3 L m on Juno 27 Tho Russians sllencWI the two Japanese batteries Japanese brought up a train of big guns and silenced tho lighter Russian artillery which was again running out of ammunition and tho Russians were once moro forced to retire The Jap anese cavalry and Infantry threaten ing to surround the Russian outposts forced a general retreat The Russians carried off all their guns and got revenge on tho Japanese cavalry column which was In close formation and was shelled with ter rifle effect being forced to scatter Unsuccessful In Mental Qualifications Annapolis Md June 29The aca demic board of tho naval academy has completed tho marking of tho examination papers of the 328 applicants for admission to the academy Of these 190 were successful in their mental qualifications Monument Unveiled Waterloo Belgium Juno 29JIho monument to tho memory of tho French who fell at the battle of Wa terloo was unveiled Tuesday It was designed by Geromo and represents a wounded eagle It Is situated near tho Callllu farm I H Carlton Under Arrest San Francisco Juno 29I II Carl ton formerly a banker broker and real estate dealer of Cleveland who Is ac cused of using the malls for fraudu lent purposes Is In custody here pend ing the arrival of an extradition order Armenian Revolutionists Killed London Juno 29JIho Constantinople correspondent of the Times says that according to consular reports from Erzorum 40 Armenian revolu tionists crossed the frontier and was attacked by the Turks They lost 37 Wedded p Count Paris Juno 29To church wed ding of Miss Lolsbman daughter of the American minister to Turkey to Count Louis Do GontautBlron took place at noon Tuesday in tbo church of St Pierre do Challlot Jape Life Boat Thrown Up Vladivostok Juno 29Three Jap anese lite boats have been thrown up near the village of Klcongelon Ono of them from its lettering belonged to the transport Kinshul aunk by the Vladivostok cruiser Lost All Their Horse Mukden Juno 29 Messengers who arrived hero Tuesday announced that a scouting column from Korea lost all Its horses The soldiers had to return on foot taking turns In carrying the sick and wounded The Second Pacific Squadron London June 29lFho Dally Tele graphs St Petersburg correspondent says that according to a Russian na val officer a portion of Russian sec ond Pacific squadron will leave Cron tadt Jppi 2P SLOCUMHORROR1Coroners to the IisconductofSteanl ship Co Directors THEY ARE HELD UNDER BOND Capt Van Sclmlek of the Vessel Held to lie Criminally KcHponglblo Also Cajit lease The Charge In Each Was Manilaugh ter In the Second DegreeBall Was Fixed at From 1000 to 5000 INew York Juno 9JIhe coroners Jury In tho Slocum Inquest has return ed a verdict finding Tho Immense loss of life on tho General Slocum was duo to the mid conduct of time directors of tho Knick erbocker Steamship Co That Cnpt Van Schalck Is criminally responsible That Capt Pease of tho Grand Hcpuh lie as captain of tho steamship fleet la criminally responsible In that he tailed to properly equip the Slocum with flro apparatus That Mate Flan nagan acted In a cowardly manner That the action of Inspector Lundberg should be brought to tho attention of the federal authorities Coroner Uerry has Issued warrants for tho arrest of the directors and of ficials of time Knickerbocker Steamship Co Inspector Lundberg and Mate Flanagan have been held In 1 1000 ball each Time charge In each was manslaugh ter In the second degree Hall was fixed by the coroner In amounts vary ing from 1000 to 5000 When the assistant district attorney moved that warrants be Issued after the verdict had boon given Mr Mc Manus counsel for tho steamboat company protested that such proceed uro was unnecessary as all the men were ready to appear and glvo ball when called for Tho protest was of no avail Tho mate Edward Flannagan who was under detention as a witness was the first arraigned Ho pleaded not guilty and his ball was fixed at 1000 No bondsman being on hand ho was committed to jail Inspector Lundberg plead not guilty and was released on 1000 bonds nail was fixed at 5000 each for President Harnaby and Secretary At kinson and bonds were furnished at onceCapt Van Schalck is a prisoner In the Lebanon hospital Capt Pease WltlntsIIIYiof the company also bo taken to custody At the assistant district attorneys request tho coroner com mUted tho assistant engineer Edwin Hrandow and the dock laude Cook ley and three men as witnesses send ing them to tho house of detention STRUCK BY A TORNADO Two People Killed Another Person Fa tally and Five Seriously Injured Holmcsvllle Neb Juno 9A tor nado struck near this placo Tuesday killing two persons fatally Injuring a third and caused the severe injury of five others Tim tornado followed a sultry afternoon and came In the shape of a funnel slmaped cloud It struck several buildings before reach ling the Harris home At the latter part of the family reached a cel liar in safety but Mrs R II Harris and her son Lewis and a sixyearold daughter were unable to escape Great damage was dono to crops and several farmhouses were destroyed but the occupants sought safety In collars In Holraosvlllo several buildings were blown to pieces and others un roofed but no casualties are reported DAN EMMETT DEAD He Was An Old Tlme Minstrel and Composer Columbus 0 Juno 29A telephone message received Tuesday night from Mt Vernon 0 announced tho sudden death In that city of Dan Emmett tho oldtlmo minstrel and famous as the composer of Dixie Emmett was about 86 years old Ills last public appearance was mado about four yearn ago when ho toured the states with a minstrel company Sailed For New York Naples Juno 29 Samuel L Clem ens Mark Twain sailed for New York Tuesday on the HamburgAmeri can lino steamer Prlnzo Oscar with the casket containing tho remains of his wife which will bo Interred at Elmira N Thousands of Windows Broken Beatrice Neb Juno 29Tho worst ball and wind storm in the history of tho town occurred lato Tuesday Thousands of windows wore broken and a number of roots shattered Crops suffered greatly No one was In jured Two Men Drowned Pitts burg Juno 29As tho result of a rowboat capsizing in tho Allegheny river Tuesday Henry Hlllston and Earnest Halby were drowned and two companions bad narrow escapes from a similar fate Airship Ruined St Louis Juno 29 Santos Dumonts balloon is In ruins Vandals entered tho aerodromo tho shed in which the airships are stored and cut to pieces the big silk balloon which Is a part of IptolQImoat YZL GAMES PLAYED TUESDAY 7 National League inclntl 100000000 12 9 Ilaats00001000045 9 3 Hahn and Schlel Nichols and Gra ly Umpires Zlramcr and Moron Chicago 20010000 26 12 3 PltUburg 00000104 49 13 3 Wicker Hrlgga and ONeill Flaher ty and Smith UmpireOna- yNewYork40300200 9 7 2 Phllapbla 00010203 oG 12 3 WllUo and Warner Dugglcby McPherson and Roth Um plreCareen ter Brooklyn 00103000 01 10 2 Boston 02200100 1G 9 1 Jones and Hcrgcn Wilhelm and Xecdham UmplroJobnelone How They Stand Clubs Won lost PO New York 42 10 724 Chicago 3C 20 643 Cincinnati 35 23 601 Plttsburg 30 29 009- St Louis 28 28 200- loston 24 43G 410 Brooklyn 24 38 387 Philadelphia 13 42 230 American League DoHton 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 26 8 0 Now York 00010000 12 2 Gibson and Criger Hughes and Mc Quire UmpireSheridan- Washton 10000001 2 3 1 Phllaphla 00000000 11 1 Iatten and Clarko Plank and lowers UmptreDwyer- Detroit 00200010 03 7 1 Chicago 00003100 04 9 2 Mullin and Woods Owen and Bull van UmpireConn- ollyStloula0000000000 3 C Cleveland 00020200 04 C 1 Petty and Kahoo Joss and Dcmla Umpire Otaugblln and King American Association fJ Milwaukee St Paul Minneapolis 4 Kansas City 1 n Indianapolis 10 Toledo 4 Columbus 2 Loulirlllo 1 m Central League i Terre Haute 2 South lead Dayton 3 Peoria 6 12 Innings Evanivlllo 1 Grand Rapids 3 Wheeling 0 Fort Wayno 1 QaltrMa Successor Washington Juno 29rat Assist ant Pofltmster General Brlstow has designated Poet Office Inspector Hayne who formerly was a rural freo delivery agent to tako tnIpending tho final readjustment of tho divisions Cornell Won IThe N Y Juno 29The varsity raco was run under ideal con dltlona and won by Cornell Columbia was second Pennsylvania flfth Tin unofficial time was Cornell 1049Vj Cornell also won the fouroared race Syracuse took tho eighl oared event Yale Defeats Harvard New Haven Ct Juno 29n a game the feature of which was tho excellent play by the entire Yalo has o ball team Harvard wan defeated Tues day afternoon by tho hues to 1 Six thousand persons witnessed thi detest of the men from Cambridge Bequest to Educational institutions Boston Juno 29 Included In the public bequests provided by tho will of Mrs Henry Whitman tho artlfft which was tiled for probate aro 50000 fo r tho Tuskogoo Institute and 2000 Berea college of Kentucky One Hundredth Anniversary Carbondalo Juno 29The 100th anniversary of tho founding of tho Christian church at Cano Ridge Ky by Barton W Stone a Kentucky re vivalist was appropriately celebrated Tuesday in Carbqndalo Young Girl Heiress to 12000000 Salt Lake Utah Juno 29 Miss Loulso Oraco Emery 18 of this city will como Into possession of an Inher itance valued at nearly 2000000 next Friday She Is tho daughter of tho lato A D Emory THE MARKETS Flour and Grain Cincinnati Juno 28FJourntflpatent 5100530 fancy 47504901 336366Ilow40425 Northwestern ryo 3750 390 WhlatNo 2 red quotable at 103ya0104tt on track Corn Sales No2 mixed track 49c reject ed white track 44c Oats No 2 mix ed quotable at 41c on track Sales No 3 white track 43c Chicago Juno 28WbeatNor- ed UOG No 3 do 98c0102 No hard 88095c No3 do 8390c No Northern 98c No 2 do 96c No 3 spring 85097C CornNo2 47c No3 47047y4c OatsNo2 39 39V4c No 3 38V4039 Live Stock Cincinnati Juno 28cnttloUeav1 steers choice to extra fGG00G7G fair to good 4500540 butcher steers extra 5350500 good to choices 400 0525 heifers choice to extra 48G- 05 good to choice 4300475 cows extra 4 good to choico 3250385 CalvesFair to good light 40475 holco to extra 50020 Hogs Good to choice packers and butchers 555 0560 mixed packent 5350555 light shippers 51001x30 pigs 400 00 SheepExtra light 38504 rood to choice 3260370 heavy Cheep good to extra 3200370 stock iwea 32003JO Lamba Extra 6 97 good to cbolce ffiC00586 yeae lllBlij0elsanP4 alJ TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor health I am forced to close out my entire stooktoqiiit btiRiuMM I have JJfi note of tho finest Vnnuout Marble and granite Tomb ntonra and Monuments which I wl1lllll11al greatly reduced pricofl hers in your oppor tuuity to got an extra Rood hnrgain Ordure will ha fill od promptly Write or cull for dwiigns and price Berea Monumental Works- S McGUIRB Prop Bares Ky h STOP THOSE RATTLING SPOKES end IOM Urn ICrinrulwr i huee luMlilnr hit MU tIrv add No bnrtlcl or tiiirul linn 1101111 raid Inl tin urw Idl hour lIratin tI dry eutlere linllilxlluu KiunutivU or your muuty Urk- UTn fur buggy whwU 90c for wagon vlnwln HorHwihowliiK Me everything fiirnitilitMl We know no couiM titon Call and MO ui AZBILL BROS Ifcroa sad Big 11111 iike The SHcml liullil o- fTennessee Wagons makn theta this moat ilmirahle ofIny tvaKonii On the tnarkwt 21 in ruuniuR gsar11160 cash 3 In running Roar W5 00 cub Sold i r A P SETTLE Jr Depot Strwt lloroa Ky Clmmitlainn Stomach and liver xhtiayyou taro no nppotita foal dull after ivitinK and wake up with a had teats in your mouth Thor will Improve your apptiU clcando and invigorate your ntnmnrh end give you a relish for your food For smile l y S K Welch Jr Druggist C M Mulllns U F Goforth The New Grocers Wo late an entirely New Stock of Qroctiriwt which in a guarantee of tho FUESHNEHS of our goods Our Line is Complete Try our lino Breakfast Darou D M Forryn Serfs grow Wo sell them Good Coal Oil Ilk por gallon toGoole dfllivonxl at 10 a m anti 3pm Photon 70 Mullins Goforth Ii Main Stroot Ilerea Kf THE CITIZENS CLASSI FIED AD COLUMN WANTED NICE COUNTRY HAMSUarbar Si Uuguoly Richmond Ky PURCHASER for an extra good Had tile new for twothirdu time cost price Inquire of Treasurer Oatx rnn ANYONE WISHING TO SELL pewter or iron greaao lamp please eta Mm Frank nayn on Jackson street llama FOR SALE TWO STOVKSair tight heater cad wiuklowi hluoflame oil cooker sew ing machine washing machine etcIetc Inquire at Printing Office CLEAN OLD NEWSIAPERSA theiIMPROVED FARM of 1KJ acres two milo south of Beraa Call or write J II Preston Borea Ky onrFIRST CLASS BUILDING constantly on laud We also have I land burned brick and later for cis terns at very low price Beroa College Brick yard FARM OF 72 Afino land 21 miles woof of Beroa Good 8 room dwel ling Rood barn and outbuilding good orchard Rood water Price and terms Call on write J P Bicknell Bores Ky 48 BUILDING LOTS in Beren be longing to the John G Fee estate Special inducements to purchaser of satire tract J P Bicknell Berea Kyn it ttCtfCGGGtK 4G c GGtS tiGGGGGGGLG tCC tFKiGGC GGGG GGGrj GGtst STATEI NEWS PICKUPS FEUD RENEWED Harglt Men Surrounded Dy a Number of the Cockrell Faction Jackson Ky Juno 25 Sheriff Cal lalmn and a posse of mot allied wltb the HnrglB feudist are mirrmmdcd by i a number of the Cockrlll fnctlonlnU in the mountains near thin city and fight ing fur their lives It IB reported that two of the hcrlflB intn have bees mortally wounded When tho fight began Colin ban with Capt Mllllltmi of Wllmorc and a poeso with two bloodhounds were In pursuit of the two men who II la bollpved shot and Killed Mack White while h was booing corn on hla term Friday SHOT FROM AMDU8H Mack White Fatally Wounded While Hoeing Corn Jackson Ky June 21Marie White was shot from ambush three mlloa from hero Thursday morning whllo hoeing corn In its field The bullet t cntcrrd his back lie will die Tho boys working with him tnrrlml him to n sIlO II qnd summoned assistance No new to tho nsxunslhs About a year agaln8tItwo years In the penitentiary was fur kill I tog Sam Hugnto and John llonsly to 12 years for klllliiK Hud Bplccr 1SEINING AND TRAPPING FISH 9 One Hundred Persons Placed Under Arrest at Manchester llarhoitrsvlllp Ky Jutir rtor a Inn K tlmo wople hove lawn 11 tao f habit of MtlfilnR and trapping for fish lu the streams of the mountains os lia Ially flooio creek and lied IJIrd both very fine fishing stroams Judgo Faulkner two works ago Instructed the grand Jury at Manchester to hr- vestlgate this matter As a result of a thorough tnve UFatton sufllelont evi dense was verurud to Indict 100 nun and Ny for thle violation of tho law They will bo tried at the next torm of mart Judce Faulkner will glvo vltnllar Instructions In tho other coon ties ol the district anti will try to oak up the custom MORGANS MEN They Will Hold Another Reunion Near Carlisle Ky 41exlaatnn Ky June 25The cur vivor of tho confederate band known IU Morgauii men will hold another reunion at Park Hlllv Ky neat Car lisle Auicust 17 next Thus wa decided upon Friday at a niifllni held In this city by seine of tho best known men connected with the famous Holders1 ntnonK whom wore Gen haul Duke Onn Kellar and Howard Taylor of Carlisle Gee CaptIwore Cot W C p Mrecklnrldge SlaJ 0 S Tony and MaJ J D Hunt Clerks Salaries Increased 8I mation master general that Uio salary of four clerks In tho local ofllee had been In I 1creased f100 a year each and that the bo allowed another clerk Woman Dropped Dead Lexington Ky Junu 24Mrs Tim bcrlako 42 dropped dead from heart disease at tho homo of her daughter Mrs F C Karl The deceased was formerly of Cincinnati Her husband left her four years ago and eho has made her home with her daughter Got Deckham In New Orleans Now Orleans Juno 24 Gov J O W Dcckhara of Kentucky and party arrived In this city Thursday morning In the private car of First Vice Presi dent Walker Hlnes of the Louisville Ii Nauhvlllo They left Thursday ev ening over the L Sc N road Tho Wife of James Howard narboursvlllc Ky Juno 3MrsHoward tho wife of James Howard 1now In tho Louisville jail moved to 1 thl place She rented a cottage In I the north end of town and furnished It snow It Is understood Mrs How ard will go Into the mllllpory business at this plfro I Refused License to Wed Covlngton Ky Juno 23Joseph Coudloto 22 of Lexington Ky and Miss Nina Miller of Georgetown Ky r applied at tho county clerks bfflco Wednesday night for a marriage li r cense but on account of youthful ap pearance of tho latter tho license was denied them Says Its Unconstitutional Frankfort Ky Juno 24 Attorney general Hayes Thursday held In a written opinion to Auditor linger that the act appropriating 10000 to the Kentucky chlldronB homo society passed by tho last legislature Is un constitutional To Guild Electric Lines Loxlngton Ky Juno 24J D Hag gin tho well knows turfman Is behind a scheme to build electric Inter urban roads connecting surrounding towns with Lexington at an expense of 2000POO it WILL RUN IT THEMSELVES Ohio ti Kentucky Road to De Operated Under Its Own Management Lexington Ky Juno 25From and after July 1 tho Ohio and Kentucky Railroad Co will bo operated under Its exclusive management Altnough I It Is an Independent corporation road liaR been operated by the thoI ton and Eastern Co since Its lion and the directors of the former have now decided to toke It undnrItheir own management Tho sluts of 2T miles and extends from Jnckxon lo Cannot City traversing the cannol coal region of the slate M L Conway will be the superintendent IN A MATTRESS Drlde Found Gold Hidden Dy Groom i Dead WifeILouisville Ky hone of Martin Goss 004 West Front street JenVrgonvlllo was being pro pared for tho reception of a new mis tress J200 In gold was found secreted In a bod mattress tho money having hon placed there by his first wife who dlnd some two years ago mentioning tho fact that she withoutII the coin asld Mr GOBS Is a bnbltlrorover tho city NOT GUILTY OF MURDER William Rels Was Dismissed In the Louisville Ky Police Court Louisville Ky Juno 23 William huts charged with the murder of Jns Chaltt of tho Cooper Medicine Co during a row In a saloon on May 22 was dismissed after a hearing In po HCo court Witnesses testified that Crallo WOK not Injured In tbo saloon Crallos wife and parents who live In Cincinnati requested tact there bo no prosucutlon Lucas After Auditor H1gerjFrankfort Ky Juno 26 ditors Agent Iuens of Iadurah will file a mandamus to compel Auditor Jlscer to accept his bond ai auditors agent Thin will enable the courts pass on the question whether or notl nudltorslngelltafull fouryear terms or ran bo removed without cause by tho auditor Cecil Rhodes Scholarship Lexington Ky Juno 3Cl3rko Tandy of this city has boon olTlclally notified that he was a winner of tho Cecil Ilhodo scholarship from Ken lucky tho announcement having boon mode by pr Arthur Yeager of George town college who was chairman ot I the commlllce ol selection for Ken tuckyI All Have Signed INeary IJune 25With the W It Noble manager of j New York Life Insurance Co and Itho Hlndman managero of tho Mutual i Life 01 New York all the general agents and managers of IoulHvlln have signed the antirebate agreement committee which Is being circulated by a special i Farmer Killed Lightning Versailles Ky Juno 2SGeorge Troxoll 23 living on the farm of Pat rick Ollrlcn eight miles northwest of Versailles was struck by lightning and Instantly killed 41urlng a storm Troxell was In a field thinning corn when the rain came up and started toward a barn Aged Confederate Dead Smiths Grove Ky June 24oeo- W Jordan 84 died at his home near Pleasant Grove of general debility lie served In the confederate army un dor Gen Orocklnrldge and was In the battle ot Shlloh and In the assault oa Murfreesboro whore he lost a limb The Knife Stuck In His Head Elkton Ky June 25The 10year old son of Ham Skaggs who lives pbout five miles north fell on a racket knife and was instantly k111eltUe was climbing a fenco with the knlfo In his hand and his foot slipped and ha fell sticking the knife in his heart Says the Law Is Valid Frankfort Ky June 25 Attorney General Hays notified Auditor Hager that In his opinion the legislative act appropriating 60000 for new build- Ings for the A and M college and 5000 annually for running expenses was constitutional and valid Woman Indicted For Murder Grcensburg Ky June 25Mrs Let tie Skaggs who shot and killed her husband Wallace Skaggs recently was Indicted by tho grand jury of Green county and tho judge fixed her bond at 500 She wave bond and was released until the November term The Chautauqua Company Lexington Ky Juno 2JThe Ken tucky Chautauqua will be thrown open to the public on next Tuesday at Woodland park and u IDdays mooting will bo hold at which many of the most noted lecturers and speakers will take port Dead of Heart Trouble Hopklnsvllle Ky Juno 25J R Gosaett merchant at Julloii received a telegram announcing the sudden death of his father Wiley Gossett at Picas ant View Death was duo to hwt trou bled Ho was 87 aye old u IA BIG NAVAL BATTLE Russian Ships Were Sunk and Dis bled It It THought Great Events Are Im pending and the Next Few Days Will Have Great Bearing on the War Ijnudon Juno 27The Central News has received the following die patch from Its Toklo corroapondoijt dated Juno 20 A detailed account of the naval battle at Port Arthur has just been pub lished here The Hussion battleships 1erenvler Ioltava and Sevastopol and the rrulry orv liayan Askold and Novlk attempt ed to emerge from the harbor at dawn on June 23 led by steamers used for clearing tine mines At 11 a m the battleships Czarevitch Hovlzan anl Pobleda Joined the others All the ships then advanced endeavoring to dispose of the mines lain by the Jap anomie but they wero hindered by two Japanese torpedo boat destroyers which had bees guarding tho mouth ot tboharborAt m the Japaneee torpedo boats exchanged nhots with seven HUB sInn destroyers which wore covering the clearing oi eratlons One of tho Russian destroyers was set on fire and retired Insldo tho harbor Subsequent ly tho Japanese decoyed tho Russians out to sea and awaited an opportunity to begm a general action but between S and 9 p m tho Russian ships made for the harbor Tho Japanese torpedo boat destroyers and torpedo boats chased tbo Hussions and at 930 dolly trod tho first attack in consequence of which the enemy was thrown Into die order During the night eight separate attacks were delivered lasting until dawn of Friday In one of those assaults the Chlra tnka twice torpedoed a battleship ot tho Porcevlet type and sank her A battleship of tho Sevastopol type and a crulror of tho Diana type were die abled and towed away The Russian vessels rountored the harbor during Friday While the special dispatches to the morning newspapers add nothing to tho details contained In the press In formation concerning the Iort Arthur engagement and tho situation on the Ilao Tung peninsula the editorials by war experts devote much space to tho situationThe view Is that the Run clans at Port Arthur lost their oppor tunity through thoir timidity and that Togo has again asserted his rights to be considered ono of the worlds grea admiralsIt conceded on every hand that rullyknownstory time calamity to Russia will only 10 Increased It Is pointed out how over that Port Arthur Is open and that the Vladivostok fleet may make another diversion In which caso the remnants of tho Port Arthur squadron may at any tlmo make a forlorn hopo dash for a juncture The editorials special dispatches and articles by war exports join In expressing the belief that groat events are Impending and that the next tow days may have great hearing on tho final result of the war IJao Yang Juno 27 Reports of lighting between the advance guard regiments are continually coming In The battles are Indecisive but they show that tho Japanese arc moving forward regularly on each front This is corroborated by official dispatches Members of the Rod Crosi together with noncombatants who are desirous of witnessing the fighting are leaving southward dally THE YACHT OVERTURNED Five Persons Were Drowned In the Bar Off Brooklyn N Y New York Juno 27Flvo persons were drowned In the bar off 47th street Brooklyn by the overturning of the 38 foot sloop yacht Elsie and Katie In a heavy storm that swept over New York Sunday afternoon light other persons who were on tho yacht at tho time were rescued by this members of tho second naval battal ion who put out In whale boats from their armory at tho foot of 52d street Thoao drowned ere Mrs Kate Clarke of Brooklyn wife of Peter Clarke tho owner of tho yacht her two daughters Lizzie aged 10 and Louise aged 4 her two year old niece Mamlo Clarke and Llzzlo Jason 16 years old The ladies of Mrs Clarko and that of Mamlo Clarko have been recoveredStruck by a Cyclone New York June 27A cyclone struck the village of Halodon a sub urb of Paterson N J Sunday It swept away the Hopper Ice houses and at least ono man John Wledlng who was employed by the Rogers locomotive works was killed There are five houses each 50 feet long All were wrecked It Is believed that others wore killed and workmen were busy clearing the wreck The Japanese Wounded at Vladivostok Vladivostok June 27Tho Japan cso wounded In tho attack by tho Vladivostok squadron on the Japanese transports ore doing excellently Vice Adm Skrydloff visited the hospital and chatted with them through lip Inter preter Second Japanese Army Liao Yang Juno 27The second Japanese army under Gen Oku U withdrawing all along tho line having apparently abandoned the intention ot effecting n Juncture with lien Kuro klii army at nrpaaflt WONDERS i I Buppoi the earth should tnrn over dullSome night when were as asleep Why Wouldnt the water oil bv rpCled From the uccun u dark ntwl deep And suppose the stars roUJ about In the i sky As your marbUvi roll on the floor Suppose we could ate for millions of miles When we look out the window or dour Suppose we could travel iluuuandi ot mute And never feel It or know Oh It makes m quite dizzy to think dears OIThat In kindergarten you learn That the stars do roil about In the sky i And the earth dote actually turn 1 i And you my dear little nutbrown maid- i With your satchel of books and slate You tell me the earth Is flying away At a mot Inconceivable rate That were always traveling traveling on- 8onj6 thoUHunds of miles a dayI Though ire never feel It and may not knowI buy with work and play Wftve many wonderful teont to learn Grown children as well us smell For you know there were hundreds of years my pets When no one supposed at alt That the earth and stars aver moved an I Then Inch they wouldnt believe twas true But dont you think dears that alt the I There time was Somebody bomewhere who knew Kale Lawrence In Youths Companion REARING A WREN FAMILY Father Bird Resorts to Strict Disci pine to Force His Youngsters Into the World i Hidden In the grass I tried to solve I the secret of the fathers petulant ac- tlons Bach time the patient mother i returned ho grew more restless and i violent la his language Soon I saw his wife whirl Joyously by with an unusually largo white grubsurely uI prize for any bird But alas for all her prowess her spouse darted at her ns JC in madness while she trembllncI In error retreated down the limb and through the bushes For a few mo- meats It seemed as If the wren household was to be wrecked I was tempted j to take the mothers part against inch cruel treatment as she quivered through the fern on fluttering wing to ward me but at that moment as if I thoroughly subdued she yielded up the bug to tho father This was the bone of contention A domestic battle had i been fought and ho had won Th rcoldlng ceased Both seemed satis fled Mounting to the tree top the lit tip mother poured forth such a flood of sweet song as rarely strikes human car From that moment she seemed a different wren released from all care and worry Her entire time was spent in search for buss Each return was TUB IIROWN NESTLING Catching In the branches llelow Where the Kathor Perched ncratded by the highsounding trill from the tree top and her husband whirled out of the tangled vines to take the morsal she carried But what of his actions lIe had either gone crazy or he was a most selfish little tyrant for he flew about the alder stump calling now In a soft er tone to his children within and finally swallowed the grub himself Two pr three times he did this until I was so disgusted I could hardly enI dure him If he were hungry why could he not skirmish for his owni bugs IWhile I was chiding him for his In action the mother appeared j with a large moth which he readily took Among the alder limbs the father flew and finally up to the nest bole out of which was Issuing such a parentIresist Hardly could I believe my eyes for the little knave just went to the door where each hungry nestling could get a good view of the morsel then as if scolding the little ones for being BO noisy and hungry he bopped back down the tree Into tho bushes This was Indeed cause for a family revolt The brown nestling nearest the door grew so bold with hunger that he forgot his fear and plutigcu I headlong down catching In the i branches below where the father prrchtd And the precocious youngI tter got the large moth as a reward for his bravery Not till then did It dawn upon me that there was a reason for the fathers queer actions The wraolets were- old enough to leave the nest Outside In tile warm sunshine they could be fed more east and would grow mora rapidly and they could be taught the ways of woodcraft In half an hour one after another the little wrens had been persuaded even compelled to leave tho narrow confines of the neat und launch out Into the bg world I Wta Love Flnlcy in 5u Nicholas FUN AT TARGET SHOOTING How Any Bright Boy Can Make an Outfit That Will Delight Him and hits Chums Figure J shows the target cut out ol cigar has wood A circular piece la first cut about one Inch in diameter and eight small round pieces of card board with the numbers one to eight on them are mounted on toothpicks and grouped around It at even distances tho other ends of the toothpicks are then Inserted in the sides of the circular piece of wood The target Itself Is fastened to a stick of wood about eight Inches long fastened to a stand as shown In tho picture Tho gun con sists of a paper tube which Is made by winding cardboard well covered with glue around the stem of a lead pencil When U la dry a piece about five Inches TARGET AND GUN long Is cut off At one and three fourths Inches from one end we make an Incision about two Inches long cut ting down to about half of the thick ness of tho tubes See Fig 2 Figure 2 shows how a piece of whale hone ooout six Inches long Is Inserted acting as the propelling power of the gun You shoot with a wooden peg about one and onobalf Inches long fitting loosely Into the barrel of the gun To give It more weight and strength we insert a carpet tack as shown In Figure 3 To shoot hold the gun with the right hand pulling tho whalebone back with the index finger and Inserting the peg As soon as the index finger re leases the whalebone It springs for ward and forces the peg out To aim well hold the tube In such a way that the whalebone spring points down ward Cincinnati Enquirer CAT ADOPTS MOUSE FAMILY Big Maltese Has Pity for Four Little Rodent Orphans and Takes Care of Them Busy Body a big Maltese cat which makes her home at the Indianapolis Union railwaV shops In Indianapolis and is the pet of every one from the president down to the humble employe of the road after establishing a record of killing more than 10000 rats and mice has with charming feline Inconsistency adopted four tiny mice says the Indianapolis Sun Three weeks ago Busy Body gave birth to four kittens and with them seemed la an ecstasy of happiness But the little fellows required such a large amount of nourishment that she began to look emaciated and a good rat or mouse diet was suggested for her One afternoon workmen about the shops discovered a nest of six mice In a sawdust pile and thinking of the faithful tabby caught them far her They were alive when thrown Into hir box and the men expected to see an Imme diate slaughter Imagine their surprise when Busy Body merely looked up rather sleepily took a look at the mice carefully licked them over and then as they nestled be neath her went back to sleep Sine then she has looked after then tenderly as much as she has her kittens and the kittens and mice take their nourish meat tilde by sloe One of the mice died and another lost its life through an experiment The men thought that If a cat would act so remarkably with a mouse a dog would surely do likewise One of them was carried to Fanny adog which Is nursing a litter of pups for Inspection The Inspection was a brief one and before the men could prevent her Fanny had swallowed the mouse whole Busy Body Is six years old She was taken to the Union railway shops three years ago after she had lost an eye which disfigured her countenance The shops were formerly overrun with rats and mice but she has gained a remark able record for killing them and It Is asserted that no less than 10000 It the number of her victims Rat Wears a Diamond Ring A rat wearing a diamond ring on Its neck was lately killed by a cat In a barn belonging to Uriah J Allen at New Cretan N J Two years ago the ring was lost by Misf Maggie Adams and It Is supposed the rat when young and small contrived to work Its head through the ring until It lodged on its neck where It remained The Wonderful Banyan Tree The banyan tree of East India Is re markable for the fact that Its branches droop down to the ground and take root as separate stems Eye Has Many Diseases There are 43 different diseases of thee No other organ of the hunm body has so many Triumphs of Modorn Surgory Wonderful things are done for tbo human body by surgery Organs are taken out and scraped and polished and put back or they may be removed entirely bones are spliced pipes take the place of diseased sections of veins antiseptic dressings nro applied to wounds bruises burns and like in juries before inflammation sets inf whichcauses them to heal withouti maturation and in onethird the time required by tho old treatment Chamberlains Pain Balm acts on this same principle It is an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries causes them to heal very quickly It also I allays the pain and soreness Keep a bottle of Pain Balm in your home and it will save you time andmoney not to mention the inconvenience and suffering which such injuries entail For sale by S E Welch Jr Drug gist LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Mar I 1904 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea3 48 n m Arrive Richmond412 a m Arrive Paris5528am Arrive Cincinnati 7 50 a m Going North =ayrTraln0Dally- Leave Berea 12 55 p m Arrive Richmond 125 p m Arrive Paris 88 pm Arrive Cincinnati GCOp m Going South Train 1 Dally Leave Berea1 11 p m Arrive Livingston 205 p ra- OotaC South Train S Dally Leave Bores11 24 p m Arrive Livingston12 30 am Trains No1 and No 5 make connection at LivinestDn 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 Ho writes I had Bronchitis for three years and doctoredall the time without being benefited Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery anda few bottles wholly cured me Equally effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneu monia and Grip Guaranteed by the East End Drug Co Druggist IEXPJRlENCE TRADE MARKS Drsicus I 7 w COPYRIGHTS c Anyone rending a iketeh and descPotlon a ascertain our opinion tree whether an Invention If probably Communica tion etrtctlconedwtbl Handbook on fatnit rent tree eldest fornecarlnirpateolii Intrnu taken through 1 tpnial mIll without charm laths Scientific flitiericait A handsomely lllnitralofl welly Tarred rlr uUUon t any rlenuoo lourral Torn SI e- MVNN montha tU SSlBronhrif New i ranch 01111 afwask rata4h0 Worst of All Experluncos Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your laatt Such was the experience of Mrs Sol H Newson Decatur Alb For three years she writes endured insufferable pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed inevitable when doctors and nil remedies failed At lepgth I was induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous I Improv ed at once and now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electrio Bitters is the only medicine Only SOc Its guaranteed by the East End Drug Co Druggist BEREA MONUMENTAL WORKS S S MOOOIRC PBOPBIETOB T have 65 seta of tombstones Rod monuments Prices range from 10 to S50 In marble in granite IHO to S1GO I sell- White Vermont Marble Only All cloudy marblo is beafandwill soon fade as it is putty and acid besides it ii hard to read the inscriptions cloudy stucco AU orolrl fiUoJ In 2 to r days Write for designs and pncos S McGUIRE Beroal Kentucky r THE CITIZEN H HHHHIMM IIIHIHIM+11 MHMM IM H HHHHK Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence published unless signed In run by the writer The name Is not for publication but as an evidence of good faith Write plainly IHIIII1 IH f IH +l+11 Hf H + lr1I1r1 HIHhHH +HIHA The Fall Term of Hewn College will open ou Wednesday September M nt 8 oclock OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON June 23Boy McPherson and Miss Nannie Kincade passed through here Saturday on their way to Sexton Crook Miss Sarah Bowman visited friends at Island City Saturday amid SundnyR H Tenable and G C Roberts were in Heidle berg last week Luthor Wilson was in Berea last week Uncle James Evans visited his soninlaw in Wil moro last week Several of our boys visited Cincinnati SundnyVni May United States Marshal is at homo againTho funeral of Rev C W Hamilton will bo held at the regular meeting time in June which is the fourth Saturday and Sunday by Rev John Ilolcomb mid W A Bowman amIothersThe Boone villo Banking Company is open for business with a capital of 10000 nut desires the patronage of all Sheep buyers are plentiful in our parts now and prices are good Proprietors of the 0 K Lumber Company are looking for more timlwr Miss Mao Venablo visited Mrs Wm Moore last weekP M Pryo passed down Island Creek Sun day on his way home from Boone i1o examination G W Burch purchased a flue saddle horso from T Marcy last week GABBARD Juno LlDias Minter is visiting relatives nt Booneville II II Rico was nt Boonevillo Monday11m Field of Buffalo Creek was her- ollou1ayEdward Reynolds caught several hedgehogs recentlyTony and Clyde Moyers wore here Saturday squirrel hunting with C B- GabbardJoseph Baker who is building tho schoolhouse at Grassy Branch is Irying to get tho house ready for school to hegira the middle of July Meredith Gabbard return ed from St Louis last week having been there nearly five months On his way homo ho stopped nt Beroa for Commencement While there ho nut Miss Lou Flanery wont to Rich mond and were married On their way homo they visited Mammoth Cave Wo extend best wishes to them through life BOONEVILLE Juno 23A largo crowd attended SlIIlIhl 8Chool at this place Sunday County Superintendent G W Garrett visited Miss Flora Cawood FridayE C Garrett made n flying trip to Boonevillo Saturday Miss Lena Roberts of Wolf Creek is on White Oak this week There will bo preaching at this place Sunday Everybody is invited Stephen Gab bard was at this place Sunday ISLAND CITY Juno 17June 17 and 18 wero examination days at Boonovillo Tho Sundayschool Ramies Chapel is a success Charlie Becknoll of Wilmore and D J Kidd of Endcv visited relatives on Island Creek last weoLThe 0 K Lumber Co is buying coru1V N Burch has been working on tho tramway Several tcachera from Owsley Co took tho Breathitt Co examination FLOYD Juno 24Jolm Noblo of Cow Creek is recovering from tho ampu tation of ono of his arms Dr C II Moore is caring for hintJ W Baker of Cow Creek is visiting re latives at FloydTho Floydschool hot o is being rushed to completion for tho opening of school James Wilson purchased a lino gold watch of Dr J M Kash- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY George W Drew an old soldier died at his homo at Cooksburg Rock castle Co June ISof heart failure Ho leaves a wife and five children BOONE Juno 27Mr and Mrs J W Lambert attended church nt East Scaffold Cano SundayMrs Mary Watson is very sickMrs Mary Wren visited Mrs J W Lambert last wcckMr Eden Wren visited his daughter Mrs John Wheeler of Madison county last week Messrs J W Lambert J II Lambert and J B Coylo anti wife of this place went to Berea FridayO L Wren sold II Hurst ono yoke of oxen nUll n wagon for UOJ W Lambert and son sold ten hogs at 360a IUllulrlodJ II Lambert sold Jesse Richmond a young cow and calf fo- r26Mrs Agnes Dobbs is still very poorAlex Wren visited his grandmother Mrs Sarah Dobbs who is verysick mid not expected to live CONWAY Juno 27Mr surd Mrs Harry Hilton of Brodkead woro guests of Mr and Mrs M L Kelton Thurs dayMrs T D Hurst was hero Sunday on her way to Kingston Misses Etta Moore cold Daisy Smith of Borea were here Thursday The Democratic Convention held hero last Saturday was a very quiet nllair Judge Chonnult of Richmond was hero SaturdayMiss Mamie Jones of Mt Vernon and Miss Owen of Barlourvillo are guests of Mrs J J Wood Tho Round Stone Land Company has purchased laudof James Hayes at about 20 per acre Dr Lovel of Mt Vernon was hero last weekLIVINGSTON Juno 2iIrin Chewning is slowly recovering from injuries received in a wreck near Jollico last Tlnrr- stinyRev Campbell of Lexington is preaching at the Christian church every night this week Ho is accom panied by Rev Gillom mid wife of Lexington While at church Satur tiny night Mrs Henry Browning had a sevoro attack of heart failure but is improving rowMrs George Nichols and a son of Mrs Thos Bur ton are also on tho sick listCann Mullins sold his farm near hero to Isaac T Stewart lor 30UW M Stanley has bought a team nUll is de livering for the town ORLANDO Juno 2iHe Bdl filled Rev Sawyers placo at McNews Chapel SuudayJohn Does und wifo visited J McNew and wifo SundayJ A Wood is building an addition to his store11n Proctor died of consump tion Tuesday June 21 leaving two little children His wifo died from consumption last winter- JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Juno 20Levi Kimberlnin of Kingston visited his daughter Mrs John Hall last WCtkJ M Simp son closed business hero last week for The Cincinnati Hardwood Lum ber CORl Smith of tho Bible College at Lexington passed through heroSaturday his way to McKee where ho preached for Rev Van Winkle Juno 17 and 18 were examination days at McKee Fourteen wore examined and say it was the hardest they ever sawThe Teachers Institute will he held July 4 to 8amid will be conducted by Irof Dinsmoro of Borea College Rev Jus Parsons held services hero Saturday end SundayTllo friends of Mrs Cora A Smith will Ixj glad to learn her health is letter June 27Rl Jas Parsons preached last Friday afternoon at Parks schoolhouse Saturday fore noon at this place Saturday afternoon at White Spring Sunday morn ing at this church and Sunday after noon at Parks schoolhouse again Largo crowds attended each service Mrs Mahala Powell was buried at the Churchyard here last Friday She leaves a husband and four chil dropbliss Laura Spence a Borea student and graduate made tho best certificate at tho last teachers ex amination David Moyers two daughters and son attended church hero Sunday Ulysses returned to Supt Allen Powells where ho has been engaged as clerk in Mr Powells store for some tinioLast Saturday the little child of John Purvis while playing on a largo rock fell oil and broke its thighMrs W T Powell mid sou and daughter who moved from this last year are visiting heroIALCORN Juno 27Teachers examination held at McKeo Juno 1711111118ro sulted as follows U first second 1 third and 2 failuresJ F Dean who took tho State examination is tho first person to take an examina tion for n State certificate in thi- scountyU S Meyers is visiting his parents at Clover BottomMiss Pallid Moyoin of Clover Bottom visited her sister Mrs lowoll last weekL W Harrison of Alcorn who is taking a medical course huts just returned from Louisville and will teach tho McKee school Teachers will feel moro at ease miller Friday as that is tho 1st tiny f2ltvtVYbI to itUJ restoringu strength to the tissues especially to the nerves its action is that of a medicine sampleScorl7 mUlt- boresr1 all druggist NcwYofk of July Teachers holding certificates for this county would do well to read article 140 common school law mid remember tho tiino of our Institute July 4 to 8We are sorry to have our energetic teacher L J Webb dropout of the ranks this summer MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Juno ltdMiss Bessie Strawdor entertained Tuesday evening in honor of Loander Davis of Louisville Out of town guests wore Mrs Paulino Gains of Lexington Miss Gertrude Keithof Dayton and Misses Mary Smith and Mahala FleutiugaburgMissllnuiit relatives hero Messrs HtrlKrt Pearl mid UIIS Smith of Cincin wlcklm1AlinaCleveland art visiting her mother Mrs Patsy Colenmn of Washington SaturdayfromAngeles Cu1Dr Harry Taylor of Fleniingsbnrg attended the Street Carnival here returning homo Satur dayMrs Sorolda Green died Mon day The funeral was holil at tho Bethel church Rev Wm Price olliciating Mr cold Mrs Richard Strawder are rejoicing over tIll ar rival ofn line boyThe Bethel Sowing Circle will newt with Mrs Mary Rmld Friday July 1 Juno 2iProf C W Reynolds of Springfield Ohio is visiting Mr cold Mrs Richard Burns Mrs Fannie Daughorty and Mil and Miss Martha Williams of Frankfort wore guests of Mrs L D Henderson dur urgilPortorGeorgetown Kyspxmt the past weekwith Mrs Nnncy StlwartA large number wont on the V It F excursion to Riploy Sunday after noonThe 23rd annual session of tIll Consolidated Educational Sun dayschoolconvention nt this plat tho past week was tho inostsUecussful in its history President Hathaway of the State Normal visited our city last week MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Juno 27c0 Clarke mil family spent Saturday night with his father inlaw George Tisdalo Bqdio Day and family have returned from Ohio mad located in Wnllncoton G A Ballard spoilt Saturday night with George Rogers Henry Wiley went to SaturdayThe quietMissLenaStowo last SundayG E Brock man sold one aero of tobacco to George Rogers last WllkG B Gabbard was till guest of Tom Higginbotham last Friday night GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSYILLE poorlyfortended him The following paid a visit to A J Hammack last week Mrs Will Wells mid Isabel Hurt of Hyattsvillo Mrs F II Knopler and Eph Hammack of Paint Lick J A Holman of Flat Woods Miss Mollie nut iVoods Graves of Ifiimmack Miss Emma KUkor of Fort Worth Tex nnd several neighbors W D Hammack has gone for n two weeks t the Worlds Fllirrs J D is improving sonic Plain John MlcUcr John II Mickey governor of Ne braska who refused to attend the state Inaugural ball given In Mi honor Inst January because of his objection to dancing again astonwnwi his execu tive staff by donning a pale of overalls and going to work In the wheat field nt tho state Insane asylum nt Lincoln Governor Mickey who is n native of Iowa settled In Nebraska as n farmer la ISGT arriving there In n prairie schooner Ho Is a Methodist favor prohibition nnd agalnut card playln end similar amusements i Fourth Of July Celebrations often result in serious accidents to boys and girls So get n bottle of Paracampb First Aid to the Injured the remedy which hoals Burns Cuts and Bruises quicker and bettor titan anything else It relieves pain and heals without leaving ugly scars Every bottle guaranted A CHANCE FOR YOU Thero is n good chance for strong mid willing young men to earn money for school cxixnscs in Boron this fall by work on the Farm and in the Brickyard mid at other work Those chances an only for such IIH will bo hero in the Fall Torm lie ginning September 11 and tho work must IHJ engaged oforoliand For particulars addrwss W C GVMIUG Secretary Beret Ky have been troubled for some time with indigestion mid sour stonuicli1 says Mrs Sarah W Curtis of Leo Mass null have boon taking Chant berlaius Stomach mid Liver Tablets which have helped mo very much so that now I can oat many things that before I couldnot If you have nny trouble with your dtomach thy not take thoao Tablets amid got welt For salo by S E Welch Jr Druggist Ladies Only It Is Women Who Need Most Relief From Little Irritating Pains and Aches Dr Mules Anilrain Plus are tot women Woman tlellroto nervous ortnnlim UnRlcs to the least jarring Influence and some noho or pnln li the reeult Tho remedy Is at hand Dr Miles Antifain I111a They act mol mnrvclloimly on worn ans nervous orKnlim and relieve and euro tho pains to which she Is n martyr Imilaciiea neuralglae pains monthly pains and all kind or pains disappear nil ir n gentle hand tutu lightly onthed them away DtzzlnoM Rush of Klood to the head Toothache llackacho are nil cured by these Little Comforters Cured without danger of tllgrtfltlJo nftoreffect cured quickly cued with alt unnatural notion on liver stomach or other Internal organ Dr Mlles Anlllaln Mil plraaa the women and the children take them to enure they ore easy to take and soothe all their sufferings For years I had spells of sick headache at time unerlnK untold nRitnlm I could not endure any excitement lining to char h and even vuitlnK brought on these terrible spells I trl1 numrum rcrnrdlni without relict unlll I tried Dr Mlles Anlllvln Mlle and they have curd mf when fe l ymp toms of nick hradaohe I take a pill and ward oft the ntUk when ant tlrvd and nervou n pll rwotlim mdlt8BA- lL11t WTK Nau Illalrnlown Jrlfo Ke n hex Nrrrr unhl In bulk FREE IIPain Pills the New Scientific Remaly for Pain Alao Symptom nil Our will dlacnono your cww trtl ItircrLAUOICVTOlUliS KLKILXHT To Farther Increase Our Trade We are offering tho cheapest goods out Before buying elsewhere call nUll see UN Millinery IntpHtfltylro at Hock Bottom Prices Mens Clothing from 3 ro up to SS 00 Regular fT and SIO ValuoH Calico 5c per yd Percalon yardoJliRhclitIrico Azbill Azbill Berea and Big Hill Piko Dragging Pains 28Ki Kecle St CIIICAOO Iii Oct 2 1002 I suffered with falling and con geation of the womb with severe suffuelItruationlbad blinding headaches blood to the bruin What to try I knew not for it seemed that I had tried nil and failed but I had never tried Wino of Cordui that bless sI remedy for sick women I found it pleasant- to tako and soon knew that the medicine New blood seemed to course through my veins and after using eleven bottles I was a well woman I Mrs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak ing Wine of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces tho pa tient she is on the road to health For advice in cases requiring directions address giving Advisorydepartment Medicine WINE CIRDUI GOOD THINGS TO EAT Whim you want nomnthing good to out call us up Wo carry a select linn of Groceries Also Fruits and Vegetable We will deliver your groceries any time during tbo day PHONE 33 PRESTONS Strent i 00000000000000000000000000 o ofilentalSurgeryo j 0 o m Department of DentistryUniversity of Cincinnatio o Contras Avnuuo and Court Stroot Cincinnati Ohio o This College was orgllnizNI in ISIfi and the BJMU Annual Sw o lion begin about October lilt Hl This is the Brst Dental College ostnblishvl in thn Wcwt It In co odticntlonnl and has a o tonohiiiK corps or twenty iiiHtructorn lot building are modern gad o woll adapted to tie rixiuiroimntH of modern tlnntnl education and Its clmicw arc tnsttrpaeusl Optional Spring and Fall Courses In J oAnnonneenlento o H A SMITH D D S Dean 110 Garfield Ilaw Cincinnati Ohio o 00000000000000000000000000 uu 0+o +o +O +O 0 O + o+o +o +O +O +o +o +O +a+o+O +O +O +O +O+OhO +O + IFlowers Flowers Flowersi+ ju + Ilosofl Carnations Violets eta BtyMinK Plants ft ohioudlwfl variety Pnltnn and Form at all pricwi + + executed nkilfulljr 2 IAll orders filled promptly Tolophono 188 f o Reich lLtitucky 0 Io+o +o +o+o +O +o + 0o 0+o +o4 Do Bread 0 i31aimamanAlbeit Then unoJ tmckaRM SpeciiA this 2b coats and aide moat J J Main StrootI I1I1111111 HHIf HHIIHHH1111H i 11111I11111f 25 Percent Off For the next 30 days on the Celebrat ed White Mountain Refrigerators Largo Stock to select from ARBUCKLE SIMMONStMniri Street Richmond Ky HH1IM +HI +H1HIJltIIIIIJH +IH hHIHr + o+o+O +D +o +o +O +o +o +01oIo+o +o +o +o+o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o + oot ofoofo1Take a Look Through Our Stoolc i canoio IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD Now Florence Drop Top Ball BoariiiR Sowing Machines i30 and worth 1fl5 riOtro and Wfi i tORUTCHER EVANS i- o Jopllni OW HUnU Klchmond Ky Day 1hone 73 Night JUon 70i+ o+o +o+o +o +o +o +o+o +o + o +o +o+o +o +o +o +o +o +c+o +c+a+c+oo