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REREA PUBLISHING COL E TUPPER Manager Enttml at the Fottoflet tlerta Ky at itraitit rare mnU nwtfet HhIIhhllH hlI1H U Five Cents a Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 21 1000 One Dollar a Year NO 40 TAKE NOTICE Tho Great Irish Orator MJ Fan nlng will speak In Borea 200 and 730 p tn Friday May 25 Subject Temperance and Temperance Laws Admission free Collection for the cause Tho 2 p tn speaking will boon tho street opposite tho postofllco COMMENCEMENT JUNE s Great speakers inspiring music homospun fair Lot everybody plan to como to Collego for ono daylI IDEAS To BOO Tilings in undisputed possession go into tho best room of respectable old farmhouse Here tho Thing has the place of honor anti the PortIOn IH a lIMO Intruder having prlektcs8hovers Things waving her feather duster as- a mystic wand and then leaven them C in respectful glcom Nothing short of a death In the family would Induce her to disturb them Go into a busy workshop and you may see how the Thing may bo taught to know its place it is always at tho mercy ot tho Innovating Intelligence When a new Idea tomes the phI Thing which e had heretofore hail n useful function is thrown aside It Is still us good as enoughItuel M Crothera IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The object of tho Southern Edu cation Board in affiliation with tiro Southern Conference for Education has been stated as follows Stimulation of interest in univer sal education Voluntary local taxa tion for tho increase of school foci ities Education of teachers Intro unction of industrial anti agricultural Instruction Association by states in superintendentsof school hoiiooa Corelation of high schools with elementary schools and colleges Compulsoryeducation Lengthening ot school terms Con solidation of weak schools It would be a great thing if every state organ ized In affiliation with the move meat Mr Upton Sinclair the author oJ tho novel Tho Jungle that has made auch a sensation recently has made charged against Armour and opornUonshould be called to tho attention of productsArmour condemned animal finds Its way into any food product Kent out by tho company but Mr Sinclair has mado such charged that he is right In ask ingIII tho things I havo charged arc false why has not Mr Armour ued me for libel r Secretary Taft has announced that ho will buy supplies for tbo Panama Canal in tho mops advantageous mar kets which moans that ho willnot pay the piratical prices which are charged by tho special Interests to the consumers In this country if ho can buy cheaper In foreign markets The Canal Commission does not need to pay United Slate duties on im ports into Panama This is merely it sane business policy It displeases tbo trusts of this country very much of course but it Is better to offend tho trusts than to pay out more of necessaryto FROM THE WIDE WORLD The elections In Franco show a tremendous majority for tho Block a government coalition of liberal party groups So grout is the tri umph over the reactionaries that tho Paris Temps says bluntly Clerical Ism and Nationalism aro dead in Franco The Loudon Spectator says The Republic seems to be un assailable oven by an omotiollII The London n course of n long article dealing with the progress ot negotiations for an Anglo liussian entente says the ox ecution ot a definite compact may be JapanosoIdorywith England have together settled for some time any possible Russian advance towaroindia- Ecortoo by forty members of Par fliament nearly 400 women suffra organizations from all parts of the country interviewed Premier CampbellBaunormau at the Foreign Office last Saturday and presented their claims that women 2beallowed to vote When will those who are interested in this movement lean that when they convert all the wonft of any state or country to tlwir views their battle is won f It ia sate to say that sot more than one woman la ten in Eaglaad desires to vote and not half of them would vote if allowed by law When women really wish to vole they will be granted the right to vote aad not till these t OmceXpre dentS THE CITIZEN History of the Eighth Kentucky Thrilling Story of the Part this Gallant l Regiment Took in Our Civil War- M Ciurm VIContinued Tho 5th nnd Oth October we rondo short marches reaching Springfield twenty miles in two days march It now became evident to nil that General Bragg had abandoned the scene of conflict By somebodys management or mismanagement we were not ordered to march until near noon tho 8th During that forenoon Rousseaus filberts and Jacksons divisions of McCooks corps wore hotly engaged with Braggs main army while Il n lay scattered around within from two to eight titles two whole corps of as bravo reliable troops as ever shouldered n musket lying impatiently awaiting orders to move on time enemy At lust wo received orders and were only two hours in double quicking to within supporting dis tance of our comrades McCooka corps iwho had by this time all be come engaged as also a part of the Fourth Corps General Thomas Up to 2 p m many had been slain on both sides At 3 oclock just an we arrived within u mile of tie en gagement only the artillery was playing freely General Bragg led j a ferocious charge in person on the center of our lines whore General Rousseaus division maintained its position and hurled tho tumultuous rebels back with complete success our artillery plowing avenues of death through their serried columns J while tho musketry mowed down whole ranks of graybacks as they rolled forward toward the rUloml1inrsThey worn compelled to retire from that portion of tho field in confusion leaving tho ground strewn with their dead dying and wounded But another charge led by General Btickner on General Jacksons division met with better success and exceeded in ferocity anything yet exhibited in the war Tho overwhelming numbers of the enemy threw this division into disorder Generals Jackson and Terrill both fell Then Generals Sheridan and Mitchells commands became engaged und exhibited that heroism IIII tails of this bloody fight as time au liars designs are only to follow thei fortunes of tho Eighth Kentucky Thus tho battle raged indecisively with only a part of our forces engag ed and our wholo corps ready will supportingdistance straining at the leash praying and pleading to be let on to support our bravo battling comrades But no orders carne Brigade andregimen tal commanders like their men were intently expectingorders and over ready to spring forward at tho word At sunset the battle merged into nu artillery duel and us dark ties spread its sable tnuntlo over those sanguinary scenes tho Union army reposed upon their arms I During the night the enemy leisure ly resumed his retreat Tho loss in Rousseaus division alone was nineteen hundred killed and wounded In all tho other troops the loss was about four thou- sandj klllltlwoundel and prisoners i Tho enemys loss was only a little more than tho federal proving little more thou n drawn battle On the morning of tho Oth when It became known that Braggs whole hl8Idisgust was truly great Said our mon After all our hurl marching and bad living wo had rather met with defeat in battle than to have let tho enemy slip off with their spoils without more severe punish ment Many officers and men Qponly expressed their doubts of General Buells fidelity Some of the men swore if we could not have a better department commander they would send the present one to hap py Canaan after Nelson Tho in telligout reader will not wonder nt the ill feeling of the Kentucky sol diers when ho is reminded that Braggs long train contained fifteen hundred wagon loads of provisions clothing and other necessaries for his army together with several thou sand horses and beeves and an im mouse amount of groceries and goods gathered from the principal towns of Kentucky and now in all proba bility they would make a safe re treat in possession of nil this plunder Buoll had only engaged tho enemy once within five mouths and then against his wish Thus Bragg had been allowed to traverse tho richest portions of our native state almost undisturbed to even perpetrate time fraud of inaugurating n governor at Frankfort to rob defraud and terri fy flie Union citizens anti our friends in ono of the most populous States in time Union and was now about to I make his escape almost without in terfereuco This was more than the furious patriotic temper of our mountain boys could endure It snot singular after all this that the federal government removed Goner al Bttell the same mouth October and appointed General Wm S Rose crans in his stead but not in timo for tho latter to inflict any of tho welldeserved punishment the will- Ing troops desired to give the rebels The Oth we moved up and bivou PerryvilleThenear IIarrodsburg and on tho morn Ing of the 11th some rebelcavalry mado a dash at our picket lines but wero sent off in a hurry by n well directed fire None of our regiment received any wounds Tho 12lh our brigade marched in lino of battle towards Dicks River over some very fino bluegrass farms for miles We left a number of fences leveled as wo advanced by right of companies to the front Some of the brigade once came in sight of a small detachment of rebel cavalry with whom a few shots wero exchanged At night wo bivouacked near Camp Dick Robinson on Dicks hirer whore wo learned a large body of the enemy had just loft The 13th wo marched into Danville the county seat of Boyle County near which place we bivouacked Time people generally being loyal made many demonstrations of joy at being onco more delivered from rebelrule by waving numerous lags We wero preparing our evening meal when wo heard skirmishing ahead Colonel Wolforda cavalry had stirred up a few of the enemys rear guard Our regiment was instantly quickelfourand try as tho boys said to get a few shots at them Johnnies They had cleared out before we arrived Wo returned to camp drew two nays rations and received orders to bo ready to move at 0 oclocknext morning At that hour we took up our pursuit with all tho division on the Crab Orchard road Wo halted for the night at Stanford About midnight wo wero all arousedand into line nnd in five minutes were in column double puicking out to ward Crab Orchard to support the Thirtyfifth Indiana who being on advance picket were fired on by the enemys rear guard pickets Three miles from Stanford we found the Thirty fifth who had discovered the enemys camp fires half a mile Irom them at the bridge over Sugar Creek We had two pieces of artill cry with which we threw a few shells at the fires and then advanced but the rebels had made a hasty re treat leaving us sundry skillets and pots containing their now smoking pones of broad and meat which we relished for our breakfast notwith standing it was somewhat overcooked Some of the Eighth boys found a sleeping rebel In a barn near by From him we learned that we wore not far behind tho rebels long wa gnu train consequently there was skirmishingoccasionally all day and our artillery was shelling the timbered district cheat Wo did not halt for the night until 0 oclock Tho Eighth was placed halt a mile in advance of the division on picket near the town of Mount Vernon but everything was quiet except a lum boring noise to the southward which proved the enemy rolling trees to prevent or impede our pursuit Tho 10th wo halted near Rock Castle River and sent forward heavy details to cut and clear tho obstruc tions from the Wild Cat Mountain road On tho 18th the Eighth Kentucky under Lieutenant Colonel May was ordered out on a scout near the Big Hill wheni tho regi itnent about dark succeeded in sur prising and capturing forty of nulls new rebel cavalry and Chenj good horses Had it not the eagerness of a tow of Company A firing bolero orders wo would have bagged the principal part of that regiment who wore about to dismount nnd camp for the night All those yet on their horses made ft precipitate retreat while thoso who had tied their horses were left hors da combat and surrendered The Eighth thou returned that night with their prisoners to Mount Wild Cat whero we remained until ali might of the 21st We returned to near Mt passedthrough bivouacked within thirteen miles of the latter and arrived there tho evening of the 23d The Kentucky troops began to Samwouldmarried men in the commandwho bad not heard a word from their families for threo or four months and knowing that even if tho invad ing rebels had left them unmolested tho cold weather was beginning and admonished them to try an1 send their anxious loving wives andchil dren n few dollars to make them somewhat comfortable for the winter Wo had passed by our homes or the majority hind without a murmur but hyloynthomo who being anxious to see sons or brothers began to overtake us that in many instances Union families had been stripped by the invaders of what little some ot them had and in many instances entering their houses and taking their meat cut ting out and carrying off cloth from the loom that the frugal soldiers wife had toiled to spin and weave to clothe their dependent little ones organizedand children as was the case in moro Northern States and in the terror and excitement of the presence of the two great contending armies every one at home appeared to think that seeing niter the uafety and com patriotism well confirmed rumors made ninny lor the married men of the Eighth and Twentyfirs Kentucky consider the probable condition of their dependent families But ou tho 2Sth the column formed without complaint and many sad faces and aux lous hearts were moving on further front the loved ones at home who needed tho long expected pay The snow had fallen several inches deep and the young timber bent over our weighted t hind been sent on to Columbus in Adair county thirtysix miles from Somerset We were two days in I reaching there Our rations were there but the long promised pay master again disappointed and a good many of the men began to com plain bitterly about their pay Col I Barnes called tho lino officers togothI er and asked us to persuade men to refrain from any words or actions intoIors collected their faithful soldiers around them and readily admitted their wrongs and grievances to be such but said that we now had a commander who would when appealed to on their behalf not only have them paid but would on the colonels request grant the men who had families short furloughs After this advice and Col B saying he would furloughsforNovember the boys shouldered their muskets with moro cheerfulness saying We will still do our duty and ace if this new general will do us justice and give us a chance to fight a little instead of wearing onr bodies and patience out trotting around after the enemy without getting a chance to fire a gun TO BE CONTINUED Klnmlnnl un Squirm The Standard Oil trust has been hystericallydeclares Commissioner Garfield are false and its only advantage over other opera tors is due to its economic and elab orate industrial organization covering every detail of transportation manufacture and administration Commissioner Garfield has responded with documents substantiating his charges Seetho College Farm advertise meat ot first class fertilizers Buy some nUll see your crops grow Bed rock prices pennon Hwkluir Iolttlrnl Control A recent speaker who has lived in Utah said iu Kansas City recently The great object for which the Mormon Church is striving is polit ical power A constitutionalamend ment against polygamy is the only tiling feared by the Mormons They know that they cannot circumvent the national government but if poly gamy is left to state control they can preach it and practice it ultimately with legislative sanction by the eleo lion of safe men to office When they can control twelve states the Mormons can defeat a constitutional amendment Their plan is to get enough Mormon voters to move to the states which they have marked for control 11111 1111111 i II r 111 J n no aA A Family 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I And come in such a fashion that I saw no way ot escape The sergeant was between us and I could not strike him Arid I found no words A score of times I had thought with shrinking how I should reveal my secret to mademoiselle what 1 should say and how sho would take It But in my mind It had always born a roluntary act this disclosure It had been always I who had unmasked my lIott and she who tenedalone and lu this voluntarlnces and this privacy there had been something which teemed to take from the shame of an ticipation But here here was no vol untary act on my own part no privacy nothing but shame I stood mute convicted speechless Ilko the thing I wasYet if anything could have braced me it was mademoiselles voice when bhe answered him Go on Monsieur sho said with the perfect calmness of scorn You will havo done the soon er You do not believe mer ho replied hotly Then I say look at him Look at himI It ever shame Monsieur she said abruptly she did not look at me I am ashamed myself Why his very name Is not his own I the lieutenant rejoined jerkily He Is no Bartho at all lie Is Berault the gambler the duellist tho bully Again she interrupted him I know It sho said coldly I know it nil And if you have nothing moro to tell c me go Monsieur Go she continued in a ono ot Infinite scorn Enough that you have earned my contempt its well as my abhorrence lie looked for a moment taken aback Then Ay but I have moro he cried his voice stubbornly triumphant I forgot that you would think little of that I forgot a swordsman has always tho ladles hearts But I havo more Do you know too that be la- In the cardinals pay Do you know that he Is here on the wuno errand which brings us hereto arrest M de Cocheforet Do you know that while we go about the business openly and In soldier fashion It Is his part to worm btmitff Into your confidence to sneak Into madams Intimacy to listen ut your door or to follow your footsteps tohan jon your lips to track youtrack you until you betray yourselves and the man Do you know this and that all his sympathy Is a He Mademoiselle His help BO mufch bait to catch the secret Ills aim bloodmoneybloodmoneyT Why morbleu tho lieutenant continued pointing his finger at me and so car reed away by passion so lifted out of himself by wrath and Indignation that in spite of myself I shrank before him you talk lady of contempt and abhorrence In the same breath with me i But what have you for him T What have you for him the spy the In former the hired traitor And If you doubt If you want evidence look at him Only look at him I sayl And he might well say It For I stood silent still cowqrlng and des pairing white with rage and hate But mademoiselle did not look She gazed straight at the lieutenant Have you dpae she wild Done ho stammered nor words againiI do not she answered proudly If that be all bosaUsfled Monsieur t do not believe you Then tell me he retorted after n moment of stunned surprise why It he was not nn our side do you think we let him remain here Why did we suffer him to slay In a suspected houso bullying us and taking your part from hour to hour Ho bas a sword Monsieur she answered with fine contempt MIllo dlablcs ho cried snapping his fingers In a rage That for his sword No It was because he held tho cardinal cqmjnlssloa because be had equal authority with us because we had no choice And tbfat being so Monsieur why are you now betraying hlml she asked keenly Ho swore at that feeling tie stroke go home You mustbu mad te said glaring at her Mad If you cannot see that the span is what I tell you ho is Look at him Listen oblml Has he a word to say for himself Still the did not look It Is late she replied coldly and irrelevantly And I am not very welL If you havo quite done perhaps you will leave me atonisleur Mon dlcul BQ exclaimed shrugging this shoulders you are mad I have told you the truth and you will not believe it Well OB your head be it then Mademoiselle I hnvg H more to say But youwlH see He looked at her for a moment as Iti i ae thought that ehe Right still give way then be saluted her rougtily gave aDjiIIentwent after him the lanthorn swaying on his hand We two wete Itft alone a tit gtoev The frae war 40t i j lug In the pool tie house tee garden the wood all lay quiet under the dark ness as on tho night when I first came to the chateau And would to Heaven I bad never come That was tho cry In my heart Would to Heaven I had nover seen this woman whoso nobility and faith and singleness were a continual shame to mo a reproach branding mo every hour I stood In her presence with all vile and hateful names The man just gone coarse lowbred brutal soldier as he was manfloggor and drilling block had yet found heart to fool my baseness and words in which to denounce It What then would sho say when the truth some day came homo to her What shape should I take In her eyes then How should I bo remembered through all tho years thenThen But now What was she thinking now as she stood Uent and absorbed by the stono seat a shadowy figure with face turned from meT Was she recalling the mans words fitting them to the facts and the past adding this and that circum stance Was shoo though she had re butted him In the body collating now he was gone all bo had said and out of these scraps piecing together the damning truth Tho thought tortured me I could brook uncertainty no longer I went nearer to her and touched her sleeve Mademoiselle I said In a voice which sounded hoarse and forced even In rny own ears do you believe this of meT She started violently and turned Pardon Monsieur sho answered I bad forgotten that you were here Do I bellevewbaU What that man said of me I muttered That she exclaimed and she stood a moment gazing at me In a strange fashion Do I believe what he said Monsieur But come come she continued and I will show you If I believe It But not here She led the way on tho Instant into the house going in through tho parlor door which stood half open Tho room inside was pitch dark but sho took me fearlessly by the hand and led me quickly through It and along the se MT GOD passage until we came to the cheer ful lighted hall where a great fire burned on the hearth All traces of the soldiers occupation had been swept away But the room was empty Sho led me to the fire and there In tho full light no longer a shadowy creature but red lipped brilliant throbbing with lite she stood opposite me her eyes shining her color high her breast heaving Do I believe iU she said I will tell you M de Cocheforets hidingplace is In the hut behind the fernstack two furlongs beyond the village on the road to Auch You will know now what no one else knotrs ha and I and madam excepted You hold In your hands his life and honor and you know also if do Berauit whether I believe that tale My God I cried And I stood looking at her until something of tho horror In my eyes crept Into hers and she shuddered and stepped back What Is ItT What Is ItT she whis pered clasping her hands And with all the color gone from her cheeks she peered trembling into the corners and towards tho door There is no one hero Ia thero any ono listening I forced myself to speak though I shook all over like a man In an ague No Mademoiselle thero Is no one here I muttered And then I let my head fall on my breast and I stood beforA her the statue of despair Had sho felt a grain of suspicion a grain of doubt my bearing must have opened her eyes But her mind was cast in eo noble a mould that having once thought 111 of me and been converted she could feel no doubt again It was her nature to trust all In all So a tit tlo recovered from her fright she stood looking at mo In great wonder and at last she had a thought You are not wellT she said sudden ly It Is your old wound Monsieur Yes Mademoiselle I muttered faintly It is my old wound- I will call Clonl she cried Impetuously And then with a sob Ah poor Clonl lie is gone But here IB LouIs I will call him tvnd he will git you something She was gone from 11 1 room before I could slop her and I was left lean- Ing against tho table possessor at last of tho great secret which I had como so far to win Possessor ot that secret and able In a moment to open the door and go out Into the night and make use of Itand yet the most un happy of all men The sweat stood on my brow my eyes wandered round tne room I even turned towards the door with some mad thought of flight flight from her from the house from everything And God knows if t might set save chosen that course fee I t still stood doubting rhea on tie door that door there came a sudden hur ried knocking which jarred every nerve in my body I started I stood In tho middle of tho floor gazing at tho door as at a ghost Then glad of action glad of anything that might re Have tho tension ot my feelings I strode to It and pulled It sharply open On tho threshold his flushed face lit up by tho light behind me stood one of tho knaves I bad brought wjtb me to Auch Ho had been running and punted heavily but he had kept his witS Ho grasped my alcove Instantly Ah Monsieur the very man he cried tugging at me Quick come this Instant and you may yet bo first They havo tho secret They havo found MonsieurFound whom I echoed M do CocheforetrNo the place where ho lies It was found by accident The lieu tenant was gathering his men to go tot when I cane away If we are quick we may get there first But tho place I said 1 could not hear where it waa ho answered bluntly Wo can hang on their skirts and at the last moment strike In The pair of pistols 1 had taken from tho shockheaded man lay on a chest by tho door I snatched them up and my hat and joined him without another word and In a moment we were running down the garden I looked back once before we passed tho gate and I saw the light streaming out through the door which I had left open and I fancied that for an Instant a figure darkened tho gap But the fancy only strengthened the one single iron purpose which had taken possession of me and all my thoughts I must be first I must anticipate the lieutenant and make tho arrest myself I ran on only the faster Wo seemed to bo across tho meadow and In the wood In a moment There Instead of keeping along the common path I boldly singled outmy senses seemed preternaturally keen tho smaller track by which Cion bad brought us and ran unfaltering along It avoiding logs and pitfalls u by In stinct and following all Its turns nnd twists until It brought us to tho back of the Inn and wo could hear the mur mur of subdued voices In tho village street the sharp low words of com mand and even tho clink of weapons and could seo above and between the houses the dall glare of Janlhorns and torchesI my mans arm and crouched down listening Whore Is your mate I said in his ear With them ho muttered Then come I whispered rising I have seen enough Let us go But ho caught me by tho arm and detained me You dont know the way I he hissed Steady steady Monsieur You go too fast They are just moving Let us join them and strike in when the time comes We must let them guide us FootI said shaking off his hana I tell you I know whero ho Is I know where thoy are going Come lose not a moment and wo will pluck the fruit while they are on the road toItHis only answer was an exclamation of surprise at that moment the lights began to move Tho lieutenant was starUng The moon was not yet up adI a wall of blackness But we had lost too much time already and I did not hesitate Bidding my companion fol Ipw me and use his legs I sprang through a low fenco which rose before us and stumbling blindly over some broken ground In the rear of the houses came with a fall or two to a little watercourse with steep sides Through this J plunged recklessly and up the farther sIde and breathless and panUng gained the road just beyond the village and 50 yards In ad vance of tho lieutenants troop They had only two lanthorns burn- Ing now and we were beyond the ell clo of light those cast while tho steady tramp of so many footsteps covered the noise we made We were unnoticed In a twinkling we turned our backs and as fast as we could ran down the road Fortunately they were thinking more of secrecy than speed and in a minute we had dou bled the distance between us in two minutes their lights were mere sparks shining In tho gloom behind us We lost at last oven the tramp of their feet Then I began to look out and go more slowly peering Into the shad ows on either side of tho fernstack On ono hand the hill rose steeply on the other It fell away to the stream On neither side was closo woodor my difficulties had been immensely In creased but scattered oaktrees stood here and there among gorse and brack en This helped me and In a moment on tho upper side I came upon tho dense substance Of the stack looming black against the lighter hill My heart beat fast but It was no time for thought Bidding the nun In a whisper to follow me and be reaJy to back me up I climbed the bank soft ly and with a pistol In my hand felt my way to tho rear of the shack thinking to flnd a hut there sot against the fern and M de Cochefpret In It Out I found no hut Theiq was nono and all was so dark that It carao upon me suddenly as I stood between the hill and the stack that I bad undertak en a very difficult thing The but be hind the fernstack But how far behind How far from ItT The dark slopo stretched above us infinite Im measurable shrouded in night To begin to climb it In search if a tiny hut probably well hldden and hard to find in daylight seemed a task IlJI Im possible aa to meet with tho needle in the hay And now while t stood killed and doubting UI steps at the troop In the road began to STOW gist lIe began to come nearer Woll M lc Cnpltalno the man be sldo muttered In wonder why I stood Which way Or they will be heron us yet- I tried to think to reason It out tc consider whero tho hat would be while the wind sighed through the oaks and hero and there I could hoar AIt acorn foil But the thing pressed too I close on me my thoughts would not be hurried and nt lost I anld at a venture Up the Mill Straight from tho tho BtackIevery pore with our exertions and hearing the troop come every moment nearer on the road below Doubtless they knew exactly whither to go Forced to stop nndtnke breath when wo had scrambled up rieI yards or so I saw their lanthorns shin Ing like moving glowworms and could even bear the clink of steel For all IIcould tell the hut might bo down there and we two be moving from III But It was too lato to go back now they wore close to tho fernstack and la despair I turned to tbo hill again A dozen steps and I stumbled I rose and plunged on again again I stumbled Then I found that I was no longer ascending I was treading level earth And was It water I saw before lI1ej below mo a little in front of my feet or some mlragp of the IkyT To Be CWlcUMt HE REMAINED UNRUFFLED Cntnatrnphc Trot Aast sated to the Main Sufferer nn aap a Nceeelty Undo Rufus was ono of be calmest and most equable of mortals Nobody had ever seen him excited or twpaltent But there came a Ume that tried him relates Youths Companion Tbft furnace In the basement of his house oas working badly He had been expel menling with a new variety of coal In which there was a considerable propor tion of slack and It did not seem to he burning He threw open the door of the furnace thrust the end of a bag poker deep Into tho smoldering ms a and stirred it up vigorously Tho result was startling A fierce burst of Damn and sjnoko cam forth not only enveloping Uncle Rufus but blowing out the fluecaps In the rooms above and filling the houso with soot and ashes In tho midst of the excitement Uncle Rufus came up from the basement with his usual slow and rvgular rAY His face was black with grime his eye brows and eyelashes were singed to a crisp and what was left of his hair and beard waa a sight to behold lIe went to a mirror and took a good look at himself Wai bo said slowly and dauber ately I was needing a shave aa a hair cut anyway FlKhlrr bat Ko Innyer An old time lawyer relates this In cident of Joseph IL Choalea early career at the bar He was oppoawJ to a hottempered attorney by no means his equal In repartee In the progre of the case Choaea adversary wholly departed from his selfcontrol asM threatened physical hart to his opponent I can whip six like you asserted the lawyer Choate looked at him with a profjund calm contempt Whoa I was a roy he returned my tattler owned a bull lie was a wonder to fight Ho could whip all the cat tie In the neighborhood and did k But at that concluded the lOOM man he Couldnt win a lawsuit Second Choice A whiteheaded old French Cana dian entered a store adjoining the poet office In a New Hampshire village and requested the aid ot the clerk IB addressing a letter Ah want him to go to mah nephew Mis Olive Bcdeau Franklin said fco producing what had once been a square white envelope Sure How do you spoil Dedcat1 asked the clerk whose scholastic at talnmonU did not embrace a very ex tensive acquaintance with French sort namesDo no how to spell BedeauT I No I Wad den and the old BUM scratched his head reflectively for some seconds you Jos mak him Mb I Olivo Bradley Dat her name eves sence she bla got marrtV Llppta cotta 11gazlneIMomua in Greek fable was the gad of mockery and censure who delighted In finding fault with gods and metlI lIe was chosen to act ha judgu there was a strife between Neptune Minerva and Vulcan for supremacy ia artistic power Neptune made a uJlIMinerva a houso and Vulcan a Morons declared that Neptune should have set his bulls horns further for ward for fighting purposes He said that Minerva should have so cos slructed her house that it could bi moved away from troublesome neigh bon and that Vulcan should JiM male a window In the Rums breast- through which his Ikeughla could fee sees All were so aaBa d at his crlr Ictems that they turned him out e heaven an4 soon after this at died vexation because he could 9i d- fault M IB Venus tile geddew ot love axl be ulyt Stray Stories Asked and Angered What is the average welpmt M women asked tho typewriter bowrw The average walt of worsen aa antiswcredthey are asked a iaarry 0t1hlj41f r FEEDING THE FIVE- THOUSAND Suafay 3ckol tenon torM y2719M- Spedillr Prepared tor tide paper LESSON TEXTMark t301b Memory verse 4- 1GOLDEN TEXTWy Father glvth you the true bread from heaven John est TIMEAprll A D 9 lust before the lAsoverILACEnethealda FUnerHome was the name of a village on the east of Jordan which the tetrarch 1hlllp rtbulll and named Julias In honor of the daughter of Aucuitut George Adam Smith who believes there was but one B tli aldn Others however Hoblnion Stanley lie land Tristram believe that there was a second Dothsalda In Oalllee writ of the Jordan John 1221 The miracle took place In the rich plain etnutalha southeast of DelhtaMa Julias- BCKIPTURE REFERENCES Other accounts of the miracle Matt H18a tiUke t1111 John Mfc Compare the feeding of the 4WO Matt UJt3S Mark 114 Comparo this with other miracles of f4Jlng The manna Er lltlM Elijah 1 King IT = the widow 1 Kings 17911 Ulliha 1 Kings 44241 Other Instances of helpful children Samuel 1 Sam 2t5 11 1 IS Josiah J Chron 3411 the esptlv maid 1 Kings 511 Chrlils sermon nit tin bread of life John 1871 Compare It with Deut 81 Neh 91 Isa sal Matt 61 I11I Cor IIJSU Comment and Suggestive Thought- V 30 The apostles together Some weeks earlier Jesus had sent tin twelve forth two by two to preach teach and heal in tho villages of Gall lee while lie himself went to 1U cities What they had done Without doubt they had faithfully executed tho rom mission given them Seo Mail 1068 V 31 lame ye yourselves apart The original emphasizes the thought that privacy was greatly desired Unto a desert place Any unpopulated tile trict Is termed by Orientals a desert or wilderness Were many coming and going and Jesus and the twelve found no opportunity for conversation nor leisure BO much as to eat V 3J Departed by ship pri vately Embarked In a boat upon the Sea of Galilee and by rowing or sail ing reached the place Jesus had chosen They tried to sl out with out attracting attention- V 33 Saw know Him or them SAW thorn set out and knew from the direction tho boat took where they were going Ran afoot Walked quickly along the coast to the north shore of the lake V 31 When lie came out When He landed and saw the eager crowd Moved with compassion He pitied them because they seemed like sheep having no shepherd To teach then Luke says Ho spake unto them of the Kingdom ot God lie also healed the tick whom they hat brought- V J6 Day was now far spent It was toward tho close of what the Jews called the first evening which lasted from three to six oclock All began to think about something to cat Thus Is A desert place It waa un inhabited hence desert and unable to supply food for the people The time Is far passed The greater part of tho day had been spent or the time for the evening meal was already past V 36 Send them away If tney delayed loner they might faint from nhaujillnr before they could reach A place where they could find food V 37 Give yo them to cat This astonishing command came from the lips of Jesus Yet lie woll know they had not enough for even their own needs Shall we go and ouyr Was It the duty of these already tired men to make the long journey to the dis tant villages and return Two bun- d dr pennyworth This amount about 31 to our money Philip Dad estimated would be needed for their great com panyV 38 Wheti they knew When Andrew bound la the company a little boy who nad brought his supper with himV 39 Commanded thorn to make etc Like an able general Jesus din reeled tho twelve who directed the movements of the multitude Sit down by companies The wor J translated companies refers to banqueting com panics Green grass It was spring time and the grass was plentiful and freshV 40 Sat down In ranks Literally like garden beds M It Vin cent says The former adverb by companies describes tho arrangement- V 41 When He bad taken Tho bread and fish were given Into Jesus ImportantI tog from the Heavenly Vainer thankaI refused Were one na much as ho wanted Christ always salts ties V 43 Took up fragments Jesus directed them to do so He would teach thorn not to be wasteful The bas kets mentioned were tho common WICKOI baskets used by the JYws when traveling to carry food so that they might not be fprwd Uj sit food whit way polluted In any way Pointst faith by permitting our cherished plans to be 13rsends a seeking soul away easptyMalt 66 V 37 God gives no coBwmnd tail lie gives power to obey ItI Cor gS- V 40 It Is well to uee nystemtli business methods la OkTtetlaa work 1 Cor 1140IV 4h God loBors HU Children It permitting theist to pass OB His burnt to the wOtldrl Iftt 410 V 42 Christ fully MtMedJoHia IX MAKING MOST OF THINGS Machinery of the Law Drought Into Use for HardTimes Ad vertising When tho defendant appeared the magistrate said Prisoner you are charged with naY ing cllmbod up tho statue of the uuko of Wellington put a pair of braces over his shoulders and u placard calling attention to your establishment where similar ones may bo purchased Well sir replied tho offender r with an Ingratiating smile of course 1 rants to god along In pooanose After which continued tho mig istrato sternly you hung arouud his neck a lot of ties and attached to ono of his hands a number of pairs of tea nix shoes Dose shoes is first rate said the defendant I vould like to soil you i a pair iYou nlBo continued tho magis trate consulting the Indictment ob structed tho thoroughfare and cre ated a disturbance by placing h paper collar and A top hat on tho statue in question Not only that went OB tho magistrate but you endeavored to put on a coat and vest with a placard Go to Solomons and get them oa worn by tboduko of Welling ton for 18s Cd Now this is most Im 11 11 proper and reprehensible Dots right air said Mr Solomon youbleaseImper Tellers gan hear you and he smiled beulgnantly upon the reporters Good gracious thundered the magistrate na a frightful idea struck him Is It possible you have tho au dacity to use tho machinery of this court as an Advertising dodger Dots It dots Hi exclaimed the culprit rubbing his hands exultantly I made der gomblatnt myself Dose hard times a man must advertise sir JULES SIMONS PARTRIDGE Gird Rescued by rum Became Great Pet and Spoiled HU Appetite for Its Kind The taste of President Fnlllercs of Franco for roast partridge has already been placed on record says tho fit James Gazette that this taste of it Kalllercs waa tiomo 15 or SO years ago the cause of a serious quarrel between him and his old frlond M Juice SImon For M Jules dlmoa would never eat a partridge and went the length of saying that any man woo did to was a criminal It was not un til his reason waa known that M Fnl hero would pardon his old friend for rudenessWhen Simon was ten yearn old he tarred a small red partridge dying In the snow Ho took tile bird homo and warmed It Into life One ot hit legs had been broken nail Hlmoj seeing that tho fracture was too bud for setting amputated the log with his pocketknife and replaced U with a wooden one Two days partridge was as happy as and the ticktack ticktack possibleIwooden stump was to be over tho house It became an Insep arable companion ot young Jules Simon who named It Cornelia and U followed him about wherever be went with the persistence of the lltUo lamb But one Afternoon Cornelia was caught In n hailstorm anti kilted I by the stones before Juloa Simon could go to her help And ink Si I mon never ate partridge from that day to his death A al ways reminded him of Cornelia Divers Strange Death After recovering the sheet anchor of the British battleship Cumberland which had sunk Jn 22 fathoms of water In the Mediterranean a direr rose to 4the surface too quickly and dIed after 4 two days from the effects of the pros tart Frank About Frank Tune barber Frank wo call him says say what you like about ma so we say be Is an excellent skater and so in the fine looking miss who leans on htarm Cassvllle WK Hesnrd MARKET REPORTSI ClBdnaatl May M CATTLe Fair to good 4 4 ag0o It 3- CALVLShtra 1t1i 0610 JlOOOCholco packer 114 u alttUe4 paektra 6 K O 8JIJ loxlta er 4M L4KJ3SCUPE extra S CO 81110 jgCORNNO iltYI1I M tD KAY file WI i111rAIUPrlme AllLJSClwlc per bbt 4 fI tf 6t t oItVHJI1ITNII11SNo X ref COnft Nov Y mttml al litRiENo TifARUPrimea NKV UHUI 290 If t = 1LOUItWlnltrlatent + tIIII CORNNO 2 mixed o 1 mixed to tr Ali JtVJoWtern s As mixedt1rORK MM 4ItSa LARl mmo steam tj IaIr DALTLMOIIE 5CORNNOCATTLKBletra i 11QodOog4 to epolo r lit U 7 4Sg t rouraVIILIDI 1CONNNo St II 11 INDiANAPOL18I 15111IOOlfJOI1d i n l The HomeSpun Fair I Skill is the power of the hand guided by an intelligent mind The beauty of the coverlids which our mountain friends make tell of an intelligence which planned the pattern and then guided the hand to reproduce it in the loom The well made axehandle is the expression of a master mind directing the wil ling hand Berea College believes in practi caleducationthe education which not only gives knowledge but teaches how to use it There arc many fireside indus tries that arc expressions of just this kind of practical intolligonco and Berca College wishes to en courage all such industries and for several years has conducted a HomeSpun hair on Commencement day and has given premiums for the best and secondbest of eachexhibit The premjuinlist has been re vised this year and we hope our t friends will carefully read it and the rules governing exhibits and will plan to enter one or more articles Merc is an opportunity to take a premium and also to make a sale of the article ifOU so desireWe arc offering a premium of 150 for the best and 750 for the secondbest hickory or oak split basket melon shape Those should not be larger than a half bushel basket and smaller sizes will find a readier sale We hope some enterprising boy will make a number of fine split baskets enter them for a prize and gain the 150 premium and also sell them for n good sum Wo can hear the money jingling in the pocket of the most enterprising boy Who is he i Rules Governing Entrla at the Home- Spun Fr- I Alt goods or articles entered for premium must have been made dace June 7 1905 2 There must be at least tends in each piece of linseywoolsey jeans or linen entered for a prom ium allwool twilled blankets and cotton and wool blankets must be 534 yards long 3 All dyes used must be vegetable not commercial dyes and the receipt used in dyeing yarns nnd thread must be given in writ ing with each colored sample 4 Onlysecondclass premiums will given articles when no firstclass articles arc entered 5 Entries may be made at anytime from noon to 4 p in on Tues day June 5 or from 7 a m to 10 am on Wednesday June 6 1906 Articles can be offered for sale after 10 n m Wednesday June 6 1906 but cannot be entered for premium Premium List ut firm and franHomespun CovrrtkU fijtn IIAI joDimityAllwool Jrn ro Jw too Cotton and demo to tw JO Unity nlineund Wool tur tat too Unxy Cotton nd Wool 501Iwoolyard lm 9- Horar I un Alt Wool flan- keta Iwillnli sH yards ioo s too lome lUnLCoUnn yd 100 S KljfuteJ ltncn lo ya il 154 33 Double Weave llutn 10 yardt xu uta ruin Linen 10 yard ixa Sim Kag Carpeta wcb too too Kag Hue tad ya Corn IIukAtata oItkko-ryor Oak Split Ilse keta ijo 75 Aie Handle 50 r3 tlIndmdc 73 1I r3 HomeapunVarn lllue and White SO 1S- KnllMltleniof llomeapuii Yarn Indigo Dlue ami White so r3 For one cut number 400 chain cotton and 25 threads woolyarn coarse enough for coverlidweav ing and spun on bandwheel also for one cut of handspun linen thread the following special prem iumsarc offered providedreceipt of dye accompany each colored sample jlittndlgo Blur dark Ioo So Yellow Ioo so Light Oran moo so Brown too So Madder Ked too w Home products not included in the list of premiums may be cxhib ited and offered for sale Come and enjoy Commencement and bring some article for exhibit in the HomeSpun Fair U rAccordingthere will bo u Memorial sermon in honor of the departed heroes of the Civil war in the College Chapel Sunday next nt 1045a m It will bo given by C H Qrosvcnor himself a comrade and once u Major in the Union army The Grand Army comrades Womens Relief and Sons of Veterans will severally sit in a body The general public in cordially invited to attend Thnwornena Climb The Korea WOIIUIUH Club will hold its next meutiiK May 20 with Mrs Prost Tlio following program will he given toll call Patriotic nalec tions Music Mrs Grosvonor Paper Womans part in war Mrs Dins more Rending Mm Oiujorno Pujwr ITim future of our country Mrs Tupper Senator Burton of KIUIRUU low lost in his irix al to tho Supremo Court The senate is about to declare his Bout vacant Ho must feel liko a school boy who lies been whipped for Lxjiug caught in what all the rest uro doing without being round out Fertiliser C C Rliodua sells fertilizer too A good stock of a good article Soo him before buying Purlieu desiring to rent solving machined for it month or more can get Mtnu at R II Chrismans Fur nitura store Sec tho College Farm advertise ment of Uralclaw fertilizers Buy Bomo and see your crops grow Bedrock prlajH UNIONISTS WIN ITHE CumI con test instituted to prevent the union of tho Cumberland Presbyterian church has boon decided In favor of the unionists Judge Johns rondo public a decision In which he refused to grout the Injunction prayed for by the anti unionists and dismissed tho hill on de murrer A written opinion will bIIhanded down Tho decision was unexpected by tho leadora of tho anti unionists Their attorneys announced that they will appeal tho case proba bly to the supremo court of Illinois GEN EWINGS SON Takes a Bride Before Temporary Altar In Ruins of St Dominick Church San Francisco May 23 Deforo a temporary altar erected In tho ruins of St Doinlnlcka church Miss Ethyl Kol Icy daughter of Mr and Mm Alfred It Kelly became tho brldo of John 011 loiiple Ewing of Chicago Tuesday morning Tho ceremony was per SherIDlanof tho groom Mr Ewing Is the son of Gen Bwlng of Ohio and nephew of James Q lllalne Ho Is well known WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRIN- GII do watch and jewelry repairing for the rates at m store on the Val laccton Pike one mile out I will also repair sewing machines Phone 120 W M CAMPBELL HOUSES TO RENT Berua Collego leas a few desirable houses to rent In DnrcnfIOme or theme with barn and garden Inquire of tho Treasurer any weekday J4 to 12a nJ or1 to 4 pm MONEY TO LOAN Mr Welch has a fow thousand dollars to loan at 0 poor cent not less than 500 to nay on- eWANTED 1 Chestnut Oak Tau Bark by the United States Leather Co Middles bore Ky wamr We Trust Doctors If you arc suffering from Impure blood thin blood de bility nervousness exhaus tion you should begin at once with Ayers Sarsaparilla the Sarsaparilla you have known all your life Your doctor kn9wsittoo Askhimaboutit You mnit look well utter the condition of your liver god boasts Unless tlitt U dally or tle bowels nolioimui rDeI Bra fib nrbedeautlpahemlocksblllousneuea- usadfspe and prcnonnt1 th ear liom tjIr wntk till ere An aP1I1I1U nslbleT- ile don U only one pill ml belulme I I IAoler NAil VHMHt AWE Will CHOKY FKTWUL Kentucky Intelligence I I CONTINUOUS RACING Would Pauperize Kentucky and Make Crime Rampant Sayi Commission Louisville Ky May 23Tho evils which continuous racing would bring to Kentucky are graphically described In tho answer which the Kentucky racing commission med In the federalI court In answer to the suit for junction asked by the Douglass Parks Jockey club to prevent the commls alon from Interfering with the race th61aUlplcesJune to July 7 The state commission says that neither Loulsvlllo nor any wenlthlnornecessary Intervals between meets to preserve Interest and enable communities to support them and that the result of continuous racing InevltabloI munities circumstanced as I Kentucky would bo pauperism and 1 crime the assembling of the Idle and anlllgoodsuch evils It Is set forththat the Kentucky racing commission was created RELEASED ON BOND Alleged Bigamist Admits Guilt Bull Claims Ignorance of State Laws Cynthluna Ky May 23Edward Lonknrd alleged blganlst place In the county jail was released on boud A warrant was sworn out by neighbors He admitted ho had two wives but pleaded Ignorance of the state laws claiming he had been Informed It was only necessary to be away from the ntnto only five years Eight years ago ho deserted his first wife and children lived lu Indiana returned to Kentucky MX weeks ago and married the second time Ho is 60 years old and his brldo is 75 CONTINUED DROUGHT Is Playing Havoc With Crops In West ern Kentucky Owcnsboro Ky May 23Thousands- of dollars worth of damage Is being done crops in weal rn Kentucky on account of tho continued drought It has been more than a month since rain fell In the western section of tho slate Farm work Is at a standstill Tho wheat crop has been cut almost half Unless rain falls In 48 hours oats and grasses will bo a total fall ure Tobacco plants also are Injured The ground Is too hard to bo broken MAILED STATEMENTS Concerning Suit Brought on Contract For State School Books Frankfort Ky Way 23 Attorney Oeneral Hays Tuesday mailed state ments to several papers the suit brought two yours concerningI on the contract for state i- let to the Globe Printing Co ot Louts vine He says that there are a num nowIlet by the board of printing commis sioners when tho state contracts aro let May 30 for four years Members of the commission say that the law prescribing the lotting of printing con tracts has been and will be follwoed In every detail Mitchell Accused Richmond Ky May 3NoahMitchell a young Insurance man ot IJerca has been indicted for attempt Ing to sell questions to applicants for certificates to teach Noland Cox the school teacher who was arrested for selling questions confessed his guilt and was fined 50 Kentucky Girl Ends Life Chicago May 23After two days of lIfo In a resort iu the l even dill trict and hours of suffering In Wesley hospital Thelma Dcbaugh 21 said to bo the daughter of wealthy parents ot Louisville died from tho effects of pol son taken with suicidal intent This Will End It paducah Ky May 2Wlth the remark I guess this will end IV Milton Henry Ingram 69 a prominent contractor placed a revolver to his heart whllo seated on a bed and pulled the trigger lie dlded almost In slangy Lived 107 Years Hopklnsvllle Ky May 23Rose In man colored and the oldest woman In the state aged 107 years died Tuesday In the Western Lunatic asylum hero where sho had been a patient about thirty years Nine Years For Stamper Qrayson Ky May 23Chas Stamp er 21 years old charged with being one of six men who attempted a bank robbery at WiUard last October was convicted Tuesday and given nine years in the penitentiary James Richardson Renomlnated Owensboro Ky May 23James Richardson was renominated for repre Hontntlvo to congress from the Third Kentucky district at Greenville Tuesday by a delegate convention Life Sentence For Murderer Mlddjesboro Ky May 23L Hop per who killed Shackelford at a blind tiger ayoar ago Val 1a life sen tence Riley Ball who assisted a pris over to break jaN was given one year Mayfield Ky May 23Gus Coulter who has been at the point of death for several days continues to exhibit signs of improvement and tone hope to now I entertained for hU recovery THE NAVAL APPROPRIATION BILL CARRYING 99764000 PASSED BY HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES I Amendment Providing For Purchase of Chains Anchors Etc In Open Market Defeated Washington May lSAfter two weeks debate the house passed the naval appropriation bill carrying 99 704000 Two amendments had been agreed to In committee of the whole which were not at all satisfactory and upon these separate votes were taken by the house The amendment providing that tho secretary of the navy could go Into the open market and purchase chains an chors and cordage should It be demon strated that they could be had cheap er In free markets than they could bo marlo for by life government was de tented by a vote of 118 to 129 By the action of the house on the second amendment upon which a sop arate voto was demanded In conjunc tion with the naval appropriation bill a 4 per cent deferential will be allow ed bidders from the Pacific coast on new ships provided for la the bill the secretary of the navy being In structed to make this allowance In favor of such ship builders REBATES GIVEN As Recently as 1903 Was the Charge Made by Frank L Wlgton Washington lIay ISTo about 25 officers and members of the Merchant marine league of the United States who called upon him Thursday the president expressed himself as hearti ly In favor of the ship subsidy bill now pending In the house Tho meas i ors has passed the senate The needdent told his visitors that he r no argument to convert him to tho belief in a policy of building up the mer chant marine of the country He was confident he said that the legislation now before the house would go far toward beginning the proper building up of a merchant marine and It was with pleasure that he would give his aid to getting through legislation orIthat sort- Speaker Cannon Is understood to opposed to the measure and man midI die western members are not tavombleII to Its enactment Washington May 18 work done so far on the Isthmus Is designed especially for the construe tion of a lock canal and consequently the money expended would not be wasted even It congress were to agree on a sea level canal said Chairman Shonts of the Isthmian canal commis soon Thursday The commission Is acting under the present law which provides for a lock canal Estimates were submitted for work on a canal of that typs for the next fiscal year At best the estimates for such a work are only guesses of course Sea level estimates must In Mr ShonU opinion be far less definite than lock canal estimates because of the amount of attention Mr Stevens and his assistant have given to the requirements of a lock canal and the new problems other types would pro sent 0 TWO DOGS THE CAUSE Leaped From Boat Which Capsized and Five People Drowned Chattanooga Tenn May 21Flvo persons were drowned In the Tonnes sco river here They were drowned from a boat which capsized on account of a high wind Four of the drowned were members of the same family A sixth person narrowly escaped The drowned are Mrs Dettle Ethrldga Mlles Mrs Simons Eldridge Miss Mary Eldrldge all daughters of Dr Jesse Eldridge and Dewitt EldrMgo his son Abel McQIli was also drown ed and Jesse Eldrldgo escaped Tho accident occurred near Norman Two doge that wore In the boat were the ultimate cause of It capsizing Thoy became frightened when the wind rose and as they leaped from tho boat It capsized VERDICT CONFIRMED Senator Burton Must Serve Nine Months and Pay Fine of 2500 Washington May 22The United States supremo court decided tho ap peal of Senator Ralph Burton of Kan sas by confirming the verdict of tho lower court which means that the senator must pay tho fine of 2GOO Im posed and serve nine months In jail This also deprives him of all right to hold In the future any position or honor and trust under the government This provision of the law ot once vacates hid seat In tho senate and his salary which ho had been drawing regularly stopped ut ouco when the decision ot the supremo curt was pronounced Visible Supply of Cotton New Orlenns May 19 Secretary heaters statement ot the worlds Visi blo supply of cotton shows a total of 3980916 against 4087774 bales last week Of this the total of American cotton Is 2435916 against 2537774 last week The Petition Granted Washington May 22Tho supremo court granted the petition of the state of Kansas to filo suit against tho United States and others In the case Involving the land grant through In dian territory for the benefit of the M K I T R R Co The Hoon Has Been Floated Nagasaki May 21The German mail steamer Roon which ran ashore near Okl island during a fog May 14 has been floated and arrived hero The Roods passengers were rescued and lauded at ModjL Uptodate Buggies Downto= date Prices tea Come in and see my stock and I will save you money on any job you buy from me I have a general line of anything you need Buggies Weber Wagons Implements Har Mowt yes Fertilizer I have in a carload of Globe Fertilizer just in time for your tomato crop also a special Garden Fertilizer Anything you needfarms townjots im proved and unimproved property Come and see me or call me up J P BICKNELL Phone No9 BEREA KY+ + h h LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect Jan 1 1906 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea 338 a nt Arrive Richmond410a in Arrivo Paris 528 u in Arrive Cincinnati 750 a m Going North Train 2 Dally pArrive m in pArrive m m Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Berea 124 pm Arrive Knoxville 810 p m Going South Train I Dally 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support of a simplified spollln board on which many distinguish and cultivated men have consented to serve It is not tlmo yet believes tho Youths Companion to say how mace can be done to make the spelling of some English words more nearly pno lactic or to estimate the value of are turnouts for and against changes In orthography One thing may be +ald however that no language will pre sent greater difficulties to those who would change old habits than the g- Ush language for it is tho tongue of two great nations neither of whirl has Intellectual authority over thi other Even now England and Amer Ica disagree on the spelling of humor and similar words The National Spirit Respect for the flag bas long beer a favorite topic with us says Youths Companion Respect for the nations songs is equally Important Even oi frivolous occasions when the Star Spangled Banner or America Ii played it Is proper to stand A wit ness says that at tbe close of a dance In a navy yard when The Star Spangled Banner was played the commandant saw two people who remained seated and he asked sharply la thero anything the matter In a theater when the piece was played ir the midst of other incidental music the audience rose No southern audl e nco or assembly ever remains pas sive when It hears Dixie People in all states of the union should be at least respectful enough to stand while a national song Is played or sung By a unanimous vote tho judges of the annual publicspeaking contest held at Columbia university New York have awarded the first prize to Pica Isaka Seme an African prince This Is the first time In the history of the Curtis medal competition that a negro student has contested Semes cubject was The Regeneration oi Africa and his oration was delivered with a convincing earnestness that won the audience Seme is a sonlor at Columbia and expects to get the de gree of bachelor of arts at the close of the college year when his people will send him to study law at Oxford When he completes hIs course he will return to Zululand where it is said a government appointment awaits him t In the course of a London law case i f ne of the witnesses questioned as to a j certain speech ho had made at a ban quit admitted that Ie did not confine himself strictly to the truth Out lie added I was regarded tbere as a humorist and one cant bo a humorist and always speak thetruth Its easy enough to manage a husband If you know how says a woman writer Of course It Is An that Is necessary is to Jet him do ex actly as he wants to all the time Owing to the recent 4nvestlgatlonr there Is no longer much disposition to measure a maws success In life pry the salary he Ja receiving A Philadelphia policeman has confessed that he Is a gink but he hasnt explained what a gink Js and U isnt In the dictionary Prof Garner announce 1atbe Jias completely mastered the monkey lan guage lie might now tackle the sta pulled spelling reform A pastor In the dry town of Neff erly Tenn assisted the police to lo cate a blind tiger and was sur prised to find that the Illegal gin mill ayas ID Ate church basement Heath authorities Insist that we hould not c to bed with cold feel ltill It is tetter to go to bed with Mid Jet thaa U stay In the game Wllb- IE Millions dJnt make happiness Wr Jarnegle but neither dots poverty ftfccrea N1 happy mean somewhere T WORLDS NEWS IN CONDENSED FORM Pithy and Pointed Paragraph of Recent InterstlngJ- lappenings r EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD The Doings of the Government Of flclals Crimes and Casualties and Other Notes of Gen oral Interest- Congressional Items After seventy days of almost con tin oous deliberation the senate passe the railroad rate bill by tho practical unanimous vote of 71 to 3 The thre negative votes were cast by Senator Foraker republican of Ohio auli Morgan and Pettua democrats of Ala bama There was an almost genera sigh of relief among the members The bill has received more attentioi from the senate and from the countr at largo than any measure that haa been before congress since the repeal of the purchasing clauso of the Sherman act In 1893 It was reported to tho senate on February 26 and was made tho unfinished business on March 12 From March 12 to May 4 the bill was under general dlscussloi without limitation on the duration or speeches fiftyeight of which were do livered The naval appropriation bill carry ing nearly a dollars was completed on on the 16th in the house after pno of the busiest days of the present session The feature of tho days debate grow out of the at tempt to defeat the appropriation fo tho largest battleship of its clue In the world and the tenor of tho speeches for the big ship was that the Amerl can republic must be abreast of th nations of the world in the strength of her navy Tho house committee on publli lands on the 16th authorized a favor able report on a bill granting live percent of the sale price of public lands to tho various states In which sucl lands have been Bold and which have not been given thIn benefit hereto tore The bill will entail the payment out of the treasury of an aggregate of 5000000 I The president transmitted to con gress a letter from Secretary Taft ac companied by numerous appendices bearing on the controverted right cl the Isthmian canal commission to purchase supplies abroad It they can b purchased cheaper than in America The president In a letter to Secretary Taft says that the views expressed bj the latter In the amrmatlvo have hU full approval The letter of Secretary Taft to the president relates to the purchase of dredges for use In the construction of the Panama canal I President Roosevelt transmitted tc congress the complete report of James R Oarfield commissioner of corpora heIaccompanied by a message from the president dealing with the fact devel oped by tho inquiry was sent to con gress on Priday the 4th Inst The publication of the message and the synopsis of the report attracted wide spread attention Comments on the message and the report were made by officials of the Standard Oil Co and by officials of the several systems of rail roadsSenator Morgan reported to the sen ate his plan for a canal across the lath mus of Panama The plan Is for a sea level canal from each ocean to Cula bra and for locks lifting to a COfool level for eight miles The sonatfc com mlttee on Interoceanic canals declined to consider tho type and the Alabama senator made an adverse report in or der to get the plan before the senate After two weeks debate the houn passed the naval appropriation bill car rylng the 299764000 Miscellaneous Between Pesta and Orchna three Creek bands exterminated a party of Wallachs men women and children escorted by a lieutenant and 40 sol diem They killed seven of tho soldiers wounded nine and captured the rest At Decova tear Reslna troops exterminated a Bulgarian band of eight the troops losing threo of their number killed In spite of the fear that tho addresses In reply to the speech from the throng In the lower houso of parlln ment would precipitate an ImmedIate conflict between the Russian crown and parliament It is authoritativelY announced that Emperor Nicholas ft determined to avoid a breach If pos Bible Not only will partial amnesty be granted but the emperors ready to replace tbeCoremkyn ministry With a cabtaet chosen from among the con servatlve members oi the majority ic the lower house in the hope of effect Ing a compromise Ho Is not willing however to permit the majority to se lest the premier Secretary Taft has detailed Majo- rI W LtUell quartermasters department and Cap Jamen A Logan com nlssary la tb department lo study UIO methods oap1oyed 1n transporting fed feeding the aumarous employee ct Ilk Barnum IJ3i1Uey show with a view to the adojXtoa of say worthy fleas Jnto the army transport and cots nlea Y service Grand Chief Engineer toRe rccom needed to the convention at locomo lye engineers the election of another Bslstant grand chief Tho head al tko order said that because of Increasing lUBljett aioreMJa ance Is needed y- y 1 Twentyono awards of medals and money were made by the Carnegie hero fund commission at its meetin on the 16th It is expected tho met ala will bo ready for distribution abou July 1 Congressman Ranodell of Louis anti Ralney and Lorimer of IHlnoI and other members of tho executive corumlttos of tho national rivers nnd harbors committee wbj were in St Louts tor two days departed for homo Arrangements are being made by thu ways and means committee of the Chicago Commercial association to hold acorn festival In Chicago this fall which will eclipse any thing of c lIko nature ever undertaken In the roiddl westUnited States Marshal W H Dar rough returned to Ft Worth Tex with a posso from the Spavlnaw hills where his officers captured Ben Hun gry and Ned Carajnluto alleged accom plices of tho Wlckllffo brothers the Cherokee Indian outlaws After electing officers for the coming year the Interstate Cotton Seed Crushers association adjourned at Atlanta Oa to meet probably at the James town exposition F H Bailey of Par Is Tex was elected president Gee W JImlnez the New York policeman who went to Panama sever months agu to reorganize the pellet department of that republic has qul the task and reached his home In BrooklynProf Samuel Reinsch of Modi son Win has been appointed one of the American delegates to the Rio con ference in place of lames S lIar lan who has been obliged to decline the place Capt Owens director of military in telllgenco in the Soudan a British offl cer and Gen Fathl Egyptian hov been appointed commissioners to meet the Turkish commissioners to delimit the TurkoEgyptian frontier Denunciation of socalled tuberculosis nostrums In the shapo of patent and propiittary medicine was the feat ure of the discussion at tho meeting oi the Nattpoal Association for the Study and Preveatlon of Tuberculosis hold atWdaklatoaTo officers and members of the Merchant Marino League ot the United States who called upon him recently the president expressed him self as heartily in favor ot tho Bhlj subsidy bill now pending In the hoses The measure has passed the sent The president told his visitor that hi needed BO argument to convjv him le- the belief is a pulley of building up the merchant marine ot the country He was confident he said that the leg- Islation now before the house would ge far toward beginning the proper build Ing up oI n merchant marine and 11 was with pleasure that he would give his aid to getting through leslalaUos of thn suit The Loudon Standard says it Is un derstood the government intends al the next session of parliament to In troduce an Irish local government bill which will ba a compromise between the socalled devolution scheme and home rula The protected cruiser St Louis sec ond in her class of three to reach the trial stage made a splendid showing on standardization trial on the Rock land course Her fastest corrected mile was made at the rate of 2234 knots an hour for which the number of propeller revolutions necessary was 1C2C3 per minute The mean of the fivo highest runs was made at the rate of 22124 knots per hour and 160W revolutions per minute were required Jerry Hayes alias J Moulton was arrested at Bingham Me on the charge of having murdered Mabel Page for whoso death Charles L Tucker has been sentenced to dlo next month He was taken into custody ot a warrant issued from tho municipal court on a complaint sworn to by lien ry I Hatfield a clerk in tbe office of Vehey Innea Mansfield ot Boston attorneys for Tucker Tho Standard Oil Co Issued to Its shareholders a statement In reply to tho special message recently sent tc congress by President Roosevelt and the report on the countrys oil Indus try by Commissioner Garfield ot the bureau of corporations which accom panted It The statement Is signed bj C M Pratt secretary and was Issued by order of the board of directors II denied positively that the charge that the Standard Oil Co benefited by secret rates for transportation of Its productsBecause the college trustee have accepted tho gifts from John D Rocke feller and Andrew Carnegie MarT K Bird for 19 years an Instructor iu the astronomical department of Smith college Northampton Mass tendered resignationWord received at BralncTd Minn that fire at Cross lake de strayed between five and six million feet of white pine logs belonging to the Northland Pine Co Loss estl mated at about 100000 After hearing much additional tastt mony concerning donations of stock to officials and employes of the Pennsyl vania railroad by softcoal mining com panics the interstate commerce com mission adjourned until the 23d when It will resume Its sessions In Phila delphia and proceed with tho Inquiry Into alleged discrimination by tho rail roads In the distribution of cars Tho Improvement In Mm Davis con dition continues and the last reports from her lcdslde were to the effect that she was much better at New York John J McGraw manager of the New York National League baseball team was placed under arrest nt Pita wrc charged by Edward Brady with ggntvatcd assault and battery upon ils 13yearold son Nclll Brady Mc Craw learned a warrant was out for Ids nnvt nnd surrendered himself to he police magistrate He was released on 1500 ponds It is alleged McOraw truck the lad with a whip as tho bus wall leaving tho bal park r Five commissioners to the Presb terlan general assembly wero bruise and Injured at Des Moires by tho co lapse of a temporary stand which had been erected for tho purpose of ct tiug a group photograph Tho Injure are Dr C Lukens Roswell N M hlO brlused Rev W O David Monongt beta W Va hip bruised Geo Wllli Mendota 111 back bruised Rev J M Gaughay Charlt i In IlIg strained Rev W C Bucll Taos N M back bruised Mr Davis is the most seriously hurt nnd Is under a physicians care Senator Ncwlande has been authorI- zed by members of the Interstate commerce commission to report his bill for tho creation of a joint commission consisting ot members of tho senat and houso of representatives to tram a report as to tho practicability anti advisability of a national incorpori tlon act for railroads engaged In Intei state and foreign commerce Tho Issue of tho first encounter bo twcon tho monarch and tho representatives of the people hangs for the moment In tho balance Though the rop rescntatlvo chamber of parliament an tho council of the empire adopted addresses in reply to tlic speech from tho throne no answer has boon giver President Mouromtseff who had hope to obtain an audience of Emperor Nicholas for presentation of tho address of tho lower houso received ir stead an invitation to n gala blrthda luncheon at Peterhof an official function to which no other high function arles have been bidden There la no Intimation o ctbo court side that thll invitation is connected with the rlo quest for an audience The parlli mentary loaders consider the failure to Include tho other deputies who were instructed to accompany President Mouromtseff renders It out of tho question for the president ot tho lower house to discuss the address even InformallyA report condemning the Bonyngo bill recently reported fron tho houso committee on election 01 president vlco president and rcprc aentatlvea In congress and giving tin federal courts jurisdiction in election fraud cases has been filed in the house Tho report Includes an nrgu mont to show that the constitution only gave to the federal authorltlc jurisdiction over the elections as a final safeguard to the union that then Is no extraordinary condition at pros out which calls for tho exorcise of this power and that the bill therefore ought not to pass Two hundred and fifty thousand dollars awaits Mrs Andres Neilson 1 widow with nine children who wa burned out during the San Francisco holocaust and who Is now believed to be In some refuge camp there lIer husband a tanner though the son 01 a wealthy father In Sweden died In 1893 leaving tho family destitute The woman too proud to appeal to hoi wealthy fatber In law worked hard to support herself and little ones The lost all when the fire swept the city Now comes word that the father In law In Sweden Is dead and his largo estate Is all to go to tho widow of hIs dead boy The American fishing schooner Ray man which was seized off Cape George May 3 for ftshlngton within the three mile limit was released under 00 bondsThe six story piano factory of Jacol Hall 8 Sons a threestory building occupied by John H Carla sash and door factory and the Doll Cos planlnj mills in New York wero destroyed b1 fire with an aggregate loss of 250 000 miss Julia Marlowe whoso Illnes forced her to leave Ottawa la now other homo In New York under the car of her physician who states that Mla Marlowe will be able to fill her en gagement In Brooklyn A report Is published In Berlin of an accident at Rekjavlk Iceland resulting in the loss of three cutters the Ingvar the Emilia and tho Sophli Whlslpy Nationality of tho vessel and date of disaster not reported There have been two days of fight log at the villages of Stoger and Ba ritxe in the district of TachlidJa bo tween Mussulmans and Nlzams on chi side and Christians on tho other 8cv oral persons were killed or wounded What Is practically martial lav reigns at Coeymans N Y on the west bank ot tho Hudson river 12 mllo south of Albany The strike of the brickmaker In force all along flu Hudson broke Into riot hero nnd aftoi a pitched battle between tho 600 union strikers and nearly as ninny negn nonunion men In which one woman was severely wounded PIUs was called from Albany He decided that he antI his deputy could not suppress tho riot and four Albany companies of militia about 2CO strong were ordered out Crazed by drink and disappointment in n love affair James H Clark a telo graph operator at tho little town oi Cliamblee north of Atlanta On hogan a rampage of crime In less that 24 hours he killed one man severely wounded three others slightly wounded n fifth and clubbed a sixth with a shotgun set fire to the home of onl of his victims and when surrounded by n fosse shortly after turned his re- volVer upon himself and pierced his own heart with a bullot U is stated that President Casaatt of tho Pennsylvania Railroad Co will resign his position on account of the made before the Interstate commerce commission M Jakovleff who was tbe candidate of tho constitutional democrats lot member of tho lower hpuBo of Russian parliament was shot by two unkaows- meaand died In the hospital Mal Geo H Goddanl 75 years old 11 retired capitalist former cushier oi the Valley National bank and who was aidlrector of tboohl Lacleda tank died suddenly at his home la St Louis from heart dlvasc t MICHIGAN FOREST FIRE I Destroys Many Villages and Dc vastates an Area 64 by 80 Miles Stories of Heroic Rattles Were Numr oui Dozens of Towns Being Saved Only By the Most Desperate Battles With Flames Detroit Mich Fragmentary reports that have reached hero from Kscanaba and Gladstone Itch stal- Ing that a disastrous forest fro Is rag- Ing In the upper peninsula In tho neighborhood of tho two cities met boned It is reported that three town i have been destroyed that 30 squat miles of territory have been devaj titled and that several persons havo been burned to death Tho reports of loss ot life by the forest fires are very vague and may provo ungrounded During tho evening persistent ef forts wore mado to get Into telegraph Ic communication with Escannba YIR St Ignnco but without success tho telegraph lines having evidently been badly crippled by the fires Severn brief dispatches woro received how ever from Menomlneo and Marquette I Tho village ot Saunders Is reports wiped out of existence Qutnnczcc a village of 1000 population about 110 miles from Menominee is burning Reports from Menominee estimate tha half a dozen villages and hundreds If farm buildings will be entirely do stroyedi WlaA tour of the district in tho upper peninsula of Michigan covered by tho fore lines In a special train tho first trait to go through tho district vlnco tllo catastrophe shows that tho fire RPI pears to bo practically out In all tho district Tho fire raged for a distnnc of C4 miles along tho lino of the 1a canaba and Lake Superior railroad am for 30 miles beyond Charming tho western terminus of the road It Seems certain now that 2000 person arc homeless In that district and tha 1000 are left dosolale at Qulnnesec The Qulnncsoc fire however was of different origin from the Bscanaba fire having started In a field where mot were pulling stumps and burning do brls This fire spread Into the city wiped out all the buildings except thrco residences nnd the paper mills Thou tho flro spread Into tho timber and running north for 40 miles flnall joined the fiances sweeping cast of Ba canaba It was also learned that Woodlawn and Kingsley on the Esoan aba and Lake Superior line wore 110 strayed and Perkins on tho North western Tho strip burned along tbo Bsoana ba and Lake Superior road appears to bo 30 mllea wide and the alarming na lure of tho earlier reports of tho fire seem to be thoroughly verified by the tripStories of heroic battles against the names aro numerous Dozens of town wero saved only by the most despor Lie battle with tho flames North land n town ot 1000 Inhabitants WItS three times threatened limit the fire wept toward the place from tho north but was checked when two residences were scorched Wagona with barrels of water prevented the spreading ot the fire Driven away tho fire swept west and then returned from that ill rcctlon and again was stopped A third time tho flro spread Into a great tract of timber south ot the town which reached up to the doors of the houses In that part of Northland and a third time was checked Many freaks wore soon The home of ono man who carried the coffin with the corpse of his dead baby 30 miles to Escanaba went back on tho special train and found his homo gone but the picket fence surrounding tho house un touched The ashes of his homo had been blown away by the gale and the fence was the only evidence of human habitation Tho rest of the town had been swept away A remarkable feature of tho fire fa tho fact that nearly all ot tho refugees are not disheartened but are deter mined to return and begin over They barn only tho clothes they wear but say this is the fortune of the frontier men Even if their homos aro lost tho fire hat cleared the land for them and thli much labor ia saved ONE DEAD TWO INJURED lOne of Them Probably Fatally Is tht Result of a Shooting Affray Washington D COno nerve dead and two others injured ono of them probably fatally Is tho result or a shooting aflrny which occurred lit Rosalyn Vancross the Potomac river front Washington Uncle John Jones colored 70 years ot age It II said started the trouble Ho was killed by Constable Edward VoUch Jones wounded Terry Godscy 35 wh Is at Georgetown university hospital with probably fatal Injuries and Ras tus Ransom 20 who Is suffering fron a bullet wound In the shoulder The quarrel first started In Waahlngtoi between Jones and Ransom and was renewed In tho Virginia hamlet Jones had been drinking The Kafserln Augusta Victoria New York Tho now Hamburg American lino steamer tho ICuiscrli Augusto Victoria tho largest pusscn ger steamer afloat completed her in trial trip across tho Atlantic Sift brought 490 saloon and 1700 steerage passengers I Ball Player Dropped Dead Detroit N1chAt Saginaw 01 Sunday during a gamocf ball Carl Stauber aged 18 dropped dead of heart alHeaeo as he reached first beet after driving a liner into left field it the second innfnxr PLAIN TALK WITH THE BOYS I the Cigarette Is the Tint Bttp Qan I rally to a Dissipated Life I I Do you want to know where a boy usually begins to be fast With ft cigarette It is the lads first step In bravado resistance of sober morality and a bold step in ills obedience Just now take tho mat ter on the scientific side Tobacc blights a boys finest powers wit muscle conscience Nations are lejUa kiting against It Germany with all her smoke says No tobacco In Un schools It spoils boys brains ant makes them too small for soldier Knock at the door of tho great mill tary Institutions of Franco No tobacco U the response Try Wart Point and Annapolis Drop that cigarette U tho word Indeed tracking boys are not likely to get 10 far as that I I MaJ Hunton of the marine who is In charge of tho Wuhlntoahnavy barracks says that onefifth ot 1 all the boys examined are rejected tar heart disease of which 89 cases in lot tome from cigarettes Ills first queer lion Is Do you smoke No air1 Ile the invariable reply But the mend Is stamped on tho very body of the lad and out ho goes Apply foe a position in a bank If you use tobacco beer cards the bank bat no use for you- BusinessI life demands fine brainy heady nerve firm conscience Watch the boys See one 16 years la age 12 in size 20 In sin and ho smokoa probably chews and drinks Babes of seven and eight are at it Tho vie Increases I could pile up statistics by tho hour testimony from tho highs eat medical authority ot the misery preparing and already come Tbe wo of cigarette Increases enormously but only increase tho use of stronger tobacco In August 1839 16000000 more cigars wero made In this country than In the year before and the firm that made this statement cred its the Increase to the cigarette and the fault to careless parentsC lISouthgate In National AdOCAteJ IABOUT BEERMONEY some Startling Figures as to What the Drink Bill of English I Workmen Will Do i Were the whole of the working class drink expenditure pooled aye the British Temperance Leagues Annual two or three years would act tie the land question and place us in a fair way tor settling tho drink and poverty question also The working elaia expenditure on drink is now 100000000 per annum Onehalf ot thIsCJIOeOO000 would purchase 1600000 acres of land at cZO per acre and this would mean yearly 600000 famllle settled on small hold lags of five acres each The second 60000000 of work Ingclass yearly drink expenditure would proviao a capital of c100 each for every ono of tho 00000 land set tierSir Robert Bdfcumbo when ho ipllt up his estate Into allotments found It a powerful Inducement to put before his wouldbe purchaser that what buys pots of beer would buy yards of land The working classes spend on an average 7s per week In drink or SlS 4a per year Another 80 per week making Ta Sd would be c0 per annum the put cnate money of one or two aero ac cording to price in one year simply ay diverting the drink raonby IASad Cose Ono ot the saddest canes that has come to our notice for some time Is that ot Edward lIerner a laborer llv lug at 1270 Silver avenue West In dianapolis Mr Herner was A victim of tho appetite for strong drink but realizing that It was ruining him Boul and body determined to give It up poWfrI yield to it he committed mlddo by taking a largo quantity of morphine I Yet we base a great company of young men who Insist that a man is a fool to let strong drink got away with him and that they know when etc American Issue they get cnouaa Help the Other Home There aro those who insist on their wives keeping their homes clean and beautiful who are In favor of all man ner ot vice and foulness In tho city I Why should men Inslston purity In their own homes and stand for Impurity In the homes of other There I only one rea son their own hearts aro impure United Presbyterian andDuring the last 25 years typhoid fever bas been the curse of tho French army but of late tuberculosis has also made terrible ravages owing it is thought to the Increaso of drunkenness in a nation which used to pride Its extreme sobriey Revuo lie SftlooBi No Blasts- A dolarlaIcity missionary Presbyterian Social union on the slurs problem elves when asked what connection saleoss had with the slams replied Remove the saloons aU tore 7111 t ono slums I r I 1 I I EUUL ui uxttttit lrt- twuntittr i ti0 J r fly DR RANK E sTar Phyetelan or Linn MaachactU IjCityit 3T n MK high death rate in nursing infants is attracting the attention of the people as well as the physician The contagious diseases diseases of the respiratory organs and premature birth cause but a small percentage of these deaths by far the larger per cent is due to diseases of the intestinal tract principally diarrhoeal Many mothers for various reasons are unable to nurse their infants and statistics show that the large majority of nursing infants dying of diarrhoea causes arc bottlefed This would indicate that the milk which con stitutes the bulk of the bottlefed infants nourishment is at fault l So it is but we cannot nhvays put the blame of the impure milk upon the dairyman Uy the constant watchfulness of the state boards of health and the boards of hcuhli of the larger cities which employ A jjrlty chemist the dairymen have been taught the necessity of cleanliness both in the stable and among the attendants J Though the milk may be delivered at the home as free from flirt as possible yet in few hours that milk may be teeming with li5cteria due to the unclcnnlinos of the household In the summer months when so many deaths occur from diarfhocal causes mothers should be made to understand the need of care in preparing the milk They should not remove the soiled napkins from the child and then prepare the milk for thloUIe without first washing their hands IqthIS w injurious bacjlli frequently find their way Into good milk 1Ofonto the nipple The soiled napkins should not be allowed to lie the room at all but should immelitely be put into a covered vessel Napkins simply wet should not be hung up to dry in the rocirwhhoutbefngiastied flfwcan carry disease from these soiled napkins to the mouth of the nursling t The utensil in which the milk Is prepared should be absolutely clean tic bottle should be ynshc iq hot soap suds dally and rinsed I with s1 borax nipple should be washed after each 1ec ngidd kept nit a sotutinnof hnrneh acid If the baby should go to sleep without emptying the bottle the remainder should on no account be given to him when he awakes By observing these precautions the high mortality in bottlefed babies might be greatly reduced Frequently too much cane sugar is added to cows milk starting a diarrhoea from fermentation Serious diarrhoea is often due to overfeeding too frequent feeding or a too rapid flow from the nipple Owing to the tendency in cities to crowd tenement houses to UCthcr to make the rooms small and for the parents to sleep in the same room with two or more children there is insufficient air space The crowding of the room with furniture makes it harder to keep clean and little heaps of dus may remain for wccfki rcridcring the nursing infant more liable to diarrhoea through lack of pure air Under these conditions milk which may hnve been ilalivcrcd in good condition may readily become contaminated and start a fatal diarrhoea and I1i0 add to the high mortality in infanlsI JsyrI1Uln1Jnf 3KtLL By BLANCHE RING the Actrru What dues the stage kiss m c a n How fraught with emotion may or may not it be for the actor and for the actress What of genuine passion docs or does not it predicate of the man and woman immediately concerned Ingenious queries these frequently asked of us player folk whohave the good fortune too vividly im press an audience with the bona fide nature of our stage lovemaking Indeed they are so very ingenious that in spite ol the obvious com plimcnts to our powers of portrayal we actor men and women arc obliged to smile at the innocence the childlike ignorance of human psychology which makes the asking of such questions possible For it seems to me that of all problems of psychology that pertaining to the nature of a kiss ought to be the most thoroughly Un derstood The emotion which prompts the kiss of love and passion f I it such a democratic emotion one so common to all humanity tha ohc would suppose men and women to be possessed of a certain in ctinctivc knowledge anent the various and delicate complexities in which it is involved One would suppose that they ought to be able tojreason from this basis of their own personal emotional experienceI haw real the acjoris kiss must under the circumstances be and how mud it must thrill the actress received as it is in full view of aI ihcatcrful of people t Ilut not a bit of it They Tcject the evidence of their own judg I I manIment of their own experience an experience which has indubitably third person is and can be only the merest hollow mockery of a- kinsoI tar as real feeling is concerned t Now there is absolutely o psychological difference between I j the kiss I jhave just described and its emotional import and the stage kiss Q onris just as lifeless just AS perfunctory just as foreign ito genufix portion as the other There Is abundant truth in the saying to always be suspicious of the man who rakes love gracefully and convincingly The maul fcititions of real genuine passion are neither graceful nor from a i 1IIlfC point of view convincing for the very goodreason that they arty Jot dramatic Nor is the kiss ol real k er passion a conincTrtgidr dramatic kiss t i tIt is an axiomatic truth recognized by theatrical managers s if everywhere not to erigagcplaytfolk lovers toenactsimjlar roles in a z 4ra ia IfIt is at all possible to get anyone else For our astute jnjBagcrs =now full well that which the great majHty of the play going wqrld seems to forget and that is that there Is only one place In the uorW where a Ulan and a woman in lone with each other can make love naturally and that is within the four walls of a room Iwd Ilw dooc4clo dand tk1 gas twscdiow j f i i I I serve I j 1 PROMISES OF DEMOCRATS I The Portr Will If It Gets a Chance Do Some Wonderful Things Yes It Is tho privilege of a minority par ty to tell of the great and good things It will do If the peopl will but give It a commission to make and execute the laws Therefore says the Chicago Chron- Icle Mr Williams of Mississippi the leader of the minority In the house of representatives at Washington was acting within his rights when ho took two hours to tell haf of what the Democratic party would do on the condition stated and reserved the oth er halt to toll next day It was his privilege to make his boasts In his own way of what his party would do It given a chance to put Its armor on but one may venture to suggest that In soliciting public favor a representative of the Democratic party would be more likely to succeed If ho should exercise moderation In vlow of the record that party has made for Itself and of certain notorious facts regarding the present In gradients of tho broth In Its Kettle and caldron It Is hardly wise to call attention to these things by confidently promising what everybody knows the party can nover agree to perform Addressing tho Republican side of the house Mr Williams said If you dont revise the tariff we will If you dont admit Oklahoma and Indian territory wo will If you dont pass a just and reasonable rate bill wo pill These confident boasts convince no body They only remind people of thingsThey remind people that tho Democratic party was Intrusted with power In 1S92 upon an unequivocal and doubly emphasized pledge to revise the tariff and that tho result was satisfactory to no one Tho party camo Into power on the 4th or March 1893 An extra session of the Democratic congress was hold the following summer but the tariff was not touched It was not until tho summer of 1894 that a tariff bill was passedThe bill passed was a nondescript It was based on no principle It was protective In tho main and free trade In spots It differed from the tariff it displaced mainly In that it changed some of the special beneficiaries and favorites Some that hail been lifted up It cast down and some thit had been cast down it lifted up It changed northern favorites for southern favorites without regard to any general economic principle It was so unsatisfactory that the Democratic president would not con nect his name with it but left It to become a taw without his signalnre while be Inofflclally reproached the leading Democrats In congress with Infidelity both to principle and to sol emn party pledges Who will believe Congressman Wil liams when he ventures to promise that such a party will revise the tariff In a way that will bo acceptable oven to a respectable minority of the American people That the Democratic party will If it gets a chance make three states out of four territories In such a way if possible as to make two of the three states Democratic we may readily bo llevo In a matter of that kind tho Democratic factions can generally get togetherDut Mr Williams venture to promise a reasonable rate bill on behalf of his party he particularly In vites attention to tho present state of that party He will be In a belterpo sition to make promises when tho Democrats In the house and the senate come to some sort of agreement as to what a reasonable rate bill Is As matters now stand ho merely directs attention to the fact that Mr Tlllmani could not Induce n single Democratic member of the senate committee In charge to sign his report on the rate gotII The promises of Mr Williams are provocative only of derision POLITICAL PARTY NOTES j C7 Mr Bryan Is of the opinion that travel is a valuable thing Keep on traveling William but dont run again Budgetjmay presidents hands It he declares for revision at tho next session or by the next congress It will como Otherwise It will bo deferred until 19IOand It will not come then unless the one party finds Itself in power in the executive offlco and in both brandies of congress Dubuque QlobeJourna- lOrho organization known as the American Reciprocal Tariff league whatever unique kind of a tarln league that may bo appears to bo active just at this time In promoting the kind of reciprocity for which the or ganization stands Their idea of reciprocity seems to be the tearing down of tariffs that are Intended to afford protection against unjust competitionI and Inviting what they arc pleased to term reciprocal trade In competing products American Economist I sags we expect most favored notion shouldImeans the abrogation of nil treaties which prevent it Burlington NJ Enter prise greatlevtgths ofitscerely desirous of Yelping the KIM P noa If anybody wants to Yelp those people there are pther and tBora ef active ways than passing a bill which JedgsIJrlesUartt 1- A t1 l- r MARKET THAT IS CHEAPEST How nee Trade Would improve the Condition of Domestic Workers Mr Henry M Whitney leading tar iff smasher in Massachusetts has an article In tho InterNation urgulng Jrtariff revision Ho repeats with child like candor and credence some points that tho free trader clings to In toe taco of facts that overwhelm adult minds of the ordinary quality says the Buffalo News Mr Whitney says that not over 400 000 workers In agriculture could be at fected by foreign competition If all du ties were removed That would leave over 26000000 wageearners three fourths of all in the United States whose condition everybody must ad mit would bo Improved by being able to supply their several wants in the cheapest market This threadbare assertion Is not meant by Mr Whitney to bo funny lie is as serious as ever in his life when he assumes the continuance of current American wages In the face of free trade with countries whose labor Is producing everything that Americans use and yet Is paid on a scale of from a quarter to a half of the rate paid in the United States He express ly says that his figures show that 91 out of every 100 people would be able to buy more and better things if there were no tariff at all- AH this Is on tho assumption that free trade would not affect wages But If it did affect them and nobody was over BO brave as to maintain that it would not Mr Whitney does not tell how tho money to buy things Is to bo earned on the scale he Imagines And It manufacturing Industries went to the wall with tho cutting in half of tho buying power of the industrial part of the country what would be the gain in cheap foreign prices after domestic savings had been spent Germany has just had an exhibition In Berlin In which things of beautiful workmanship were shown But when the empress of Germany saw them and was told that the wages paid to make them were one cent an hour she went away with tears in her eyes and no wonder That is the kind of market Mr Whitney would send Americans Into to buy This is the kind of market ho would reduce Americans to at home For tho wages paid In Germany are tho highest In Europe except in tho British Isles and even England is filled with the starving poor out of employment ACHIEVED BY ROOSEVELT Vigorous Initiative and Consistent Advocacy in the Railway Rate Matter It must not bo forgotten while tho refinement of discussion of the details ot n railway rateregulation bill is In progress in the senate that congress Is Pledged to the passage of sued a bill which Is already sure of becoming a law says the Troy Times The principle of rate regulation has been es tablished and has been accepted It Is only the application of the principle that is now under discussion It was not so very long ago that the acceptance of tho principle Itself was hotly contested There were many prophets who predicted that the national congress would not consent to endow a commission with power to prohibit excessive rates of transpOrta- tion What has brought about the general acquiescence In the wisdom and propriety of such legislation Nothing but tho vigorous initiative and consist ent advocacy of President Roosevelt himself The president knew not only that there must bo some curb placed on oppressively discriminating rates for the carriage of freight but he saw also that the people would uppcrt measures looking to such repression It was not only an act of general jus tice but oae In harmony with tho pub tic conviction that he advocated when In public address and message to con gress he declared that this question must bo settled In agreement with Ufo principles ot equity and in behalf of the people at large The house of representatives promptly and almost unanimously act ed upon the presidents recommendation The senate a more slowly mov- Ing body has gradually como to the same destination and Is now consider- Ing methods for making the principle operativeThe of this victory of the president which necessarily has been achieved by the slowly advancing pro cesses which even the most righteous truth must await can be appreciated fully only when the general acceptance of the presidents idea ts compared with the opposition which existed not so long ago Mental force political sagacity and the power of a righteous determination have seldom been Illus trated In so conspicuous a manner as In the way by which tho executive ad vice has converted a more or less un willing legislature into a cooperative factor In establishing as a govern mental rule of action the right of the people through their omcers to fix a limit beyond which the rates imposed by tanners in Interstate commerce cannot go How So Stood Mamma yhat would you like for dinner Willie- WillieAnything but company I dont get anything then Boston Transcript crThose Massachusetts revisionists announce the failure of their plan to call a caucus on the tariff They couM get only nine votes In the house out side their own Perhaps Cannon and Payne were right when they failed to observe any particular demand Tot re vUioa PUtburg Dispatch J Jit J j JI 1 Berea i fPLACES1 Over 40 Then and 900 Students frem 28 States Lrrge j Cellege Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS l kIi APPLIED SCIENCE Two years Course nttfe agriculture for jtnMg J5y Met and Domestic Science for young ladles T TRADE SCHOOLS Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing twa I years NORMAL COURSESFor teachers Three eournea leading t U County Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma t ACADitKY COURSESFour years fitting for College for j had for life htittal1 COLLEGE COURSES Literary Scientific Classical Baoealaureata degrees MUSIC Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Ckrktlaa dueation Our instruction Is a tree gift Students pay a small lacideatal fee to meet expenses of the school apart from isstruotioB and past aW pay for board In advance Expense for fall term of 14 weeks may be brought within 2950 Winter terni of 11 weeks 2700 term of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opened September 18 Water terse opened January Sand Spring term will open March 21 Igrerationalifis Per Information aad frlcadly advice addrww the Secretary I WILL C GAMBLE Darea Madjson County Ky t oceeeeeeeeeQC I RICHMOND GREENHOUSES 188 Richmond Ky IPba OUT PLOWERSim DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTSQ IJ 1 Lw ttkexatkKR ttM+SkXkK 1 Furniture AcM l j a and Lace Curtains 11f 1Tnke a look through our stockit will surprise you how well 8 and how reasonably we can supply your wantsIK New Florence drop top ballbearing Sowing Machines at 25 30 and 35 worth 50 00 and ro5 KyaJ- xwwwvmw I O E 1 7 Carriage Satisfaction Here Buggies PhaetonsRunabouts J Surries Traps 4YD- urable n II G rcelUseful 4c k rjOomfortablt Stylish fir I IInrlbiNoKENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS t c F HIGGINS Prop Rkfcawuf Ky 1 v iI A P Madison County Roller Mills tlct lr tlifoloM Mituficturere Fancy Roller flow = Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crested Cwt Eta OarQOLD DUST Roller Flees will to hard te beat d PRDB OF MADISON te usher Eicclkat Pleisir r 10111111111IPotts Duerson t 1 TkMee Stat1C1 Foj t- sI I naerti1fl war+ w + vts N I J tr 3l c I S ill z1 J Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for ry- i Boys 200 and 175 for Youths The reputation of W L Douglas shorn for ityfe comfort cad weir Is known I everywhere throughout the world They have to Kin better aatltfactlon than i j I other maW because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear I era expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure a perfect jj fit r inspection invited COYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY 1111 II 1111 I I I I II II I I 11111 II II I I I I I I I II II I II II I I I II I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES JLLJLLLLLLLI+1 J J 1 J J 1 1 1 1 1 1L 1 I I I I Mr Jason Sexton has returned to Richmond after a two weeks visit with home folks in Berea Miss Mary Baker a daughter of Mr J A Baker of Wallaceton was in San Francisco at the time of the earthquake She writes that far from tho catastrophe having becuetagger ated by tho papers the truo horrors of the situation cannot bo described Mist Baker is in Oakland at present A card from Mrs Yocum well known in Berea says that the school building where taught was wrecked and that now the school divides time with a grammar school in another building Mrs Yocum is now staying in San Jose Misses Bessie and Lizzlo Sexton attended church at Paint Lick last SundayA from the Rev John Welch MD speaks kindly of Berea and of the Citizen Dr Welch expects to visit Berea some time soon A lecture circular speaks in the highest terms of Dr Welch as a lecturer Leslie M Shaw Secretary of the Treasury in a speech to tho graduates of the revenue cutter service at Baltimore recentlysaid UIIl one branch of the Government service I wont saywhichif a man has a good idea they court martial him After ho has suppressed ideas for taoor three years no more propose themselves and he becomes a figure head The army and navy have lots ofmen whose ideas have been sup pressed ii B Roberts was the first to pass the state examination for license to practice law in Jackson county Mr literta passed a good examination nokmallmatler now and is duly Ii law and make charges for the same An application has been made to the town board by W H Porter for a franchise for an electric lighting system a water system and a telephone system It is understood that the franchise for the telephone system U for the Berea Telephone Company which now operates without a fran chise It is time that the town should possess something in these lines and the fact that Mr Porter is behind this action argues well for the reali zation of the hopes of the people for butter town improvements The Rate Bill hue passed the Sen ate only throe voting in tho negative We fear the Greeks een bearing gifts and we are afraid there is something beneath this cheerful surrender to the demands of the people Time only will tell whether tho President and people have been handed a gold or not Action on the petition for raising Berea to a fifth class city has been postponed till the June meeting of the Board Tho ordinance for the winging in of gates passed If this acts as well as the hog law does people returning home late willstill say bad words as they pus along our sidewalks President Frost preached at the Blue Lick church on Sunday after noonA reception in honor of Miss Fay and Miss Aspenwall was given by President and Mrs Frost last Friday night Mr Rix formerly connected with the Printing Department of tho College is now working in a printing establishment in Chicago He has recently received a call to a Presbyterian church in Wisconsin which he will probabjy accept All who know Mr Rix will rejoice in his prospect usefulnessRobert of Hazard is visiting his brother G D Holliday this week Mr Gamble returned Friday morning from Chicago bringing Mrs Gamble and the baby with him Miss Ethel Putnam who has been quite ill for the last few weeks is out again though not entirely recovered Born to Mr and Mrs George Dick a daughterMrs is quito ill with rheumatismMr A Burgess of AlIson Mass who is an expert builder and contractor will have charge of tho Woodwork and Construction of Berea College for the coming year and is expected to arrive in Berea this week The classes in Carpentry have been unusually well attended the present year and the Institution will be able relpairLouis C Karpiuski formerly a tutor in Berea now a professor at Ann Arbor Michigan is the happy father of a baby boy born May 17th Miss Etta More has returned from I a visit to friends at Mt Vereon and I WildieThursday of this week is Field Day at the College and all bands are at work in the Printing office to get the paper out BO as not to interfere with the holiday Come out and see tho boys do their best A new battle ship is to bo built j by the United States that will change the name of the big British ship to 23 John Sharpo battluI iams suggests that the new named i Skeeredof Nothiu Tim Director General of Louisville Home Coming Week reports that 010 former Louisvillians from vari oils places in Madison county have agreed 4o go back home on that week Are there others One faro for the round trip beginning June 10 The funeral of James Moody and wife will be preached at the Johnson graveyard on the second Sunday in Juno by the Rov G Coker Tim editor was in Rockcastle last week on business Major Grosvenor preaches the Memorial sermon at tho Chapel on Sunday morning Professor Cook ChapelI this week from a billions attack ILLINOIS NEWS IIOtllllON DOUGLAS COUNTY May 21Wu are having Rat weather now we had a good shower Friday which was needed very bud Littlo Minon and Jesse Chandler daughters of Mr and Mrs Newton Chandler have scarlet fevorMiss Belle Chandler who went to hot Spriugs Ark for the benefit of her health has returned much butter Mrs Martha Van Winkle was in Tus t cola Thursday afternoon Miss Lill tam Sparks spoilt Sunday with Miiw Lola Antwell Misses Beasio Martin and Elsie Lewis worn shopping in Tuscola between trains Thursday George P Moore died at his home in Lamed Kansas of consumption His remains were brought to Arcolii cemetery for burial John Luke who him been painting Sims Van WinkleH reuidtticefini8hcil this week Warren Mason is painting his res iJencc Misses Nannie Vuu Winklt I and Nelda hickey spent Sunday with Miss Bessie Martin John Chandler nod wife left Sunday for Missouri where they will spend the stumm r for the benefit of Mr Chandlers health Mrs Martha Van Winkle entertained a number of friends on Sunday TISCOUI DOWLAS COUNTY May 22or the last tow days wo have had sonic chilly weatherTho farmers hero are nearly through plantingMr and Mrs Charles Martin were visitors at Robert Led fordsover SundayMiss Della lien cock visited Miss Nellie Martin Sunday Lee McGuire visited his sister Mrs Cora Martin Sunday The Misses Cecil and Golda Peacock visited their cousins Misses Della and Hattiu Peacock Sunday Mr Rice Errin has purchased twenty head of cattle and put them on his pasture and expects to put on twenty more soonW C Martin visited J D Martin Sunday Mr Riley Hilgcn burg had n runaway Saturday night Mrs Mary Martin nud Miss Nellie Martin wero shopping in Tuscola SaturdayJ W Martin was a caller near Westridge Sunday stale CullrRv ItefrnU Vnrollf About three hundred fans saw the State College Baseball teats defeat the Varsity last Saturday on Athletic Field The crowd began to assemble earlyand after some sharp practise the whistle blew for tho game to bo gin In the first second and third innings the Varsity played a steady game but in the succeeding innings they went to pieces making costly errors Time Stale College team showed the result of training under a professional conch Their fielding was good and their stickwork was timely With the exception of about three of their players one of whom almost dislocated his shoulder reaching for Fowlers yeast like twisters they batted well Tha Varsity bat ted well but were held down where a hit would net a run The score was 11 to 2 in favor of State College Krcurntlun Dnjr N Next Wednesday is Decoration Day There will not bo another issue of The Citizen before then and BO we take it upon ourselves this week to urgo all to assist by presence and work in decorating tho graves of the nations dead on that day The homes ofcitizens should also be decorated with flags and bunting on that day Moreover it is getting to be time to think about decorating the town on Encampment days June 11 12 and 13 The G A R veterans of Kentucky have been invited to visit Berea on those days and we should delight to do them honor by making our homes stores and streets bright with redwhite and blue for the occasion A good square piano for sale or rent at Chrismaus tho furniture man for your Protection we place this label on every package of Scotts Emulsion The man with u Huh on lily back la our trademark and it Is n guarantee that Scotts Emul slon will do all that Is claimed for It Nothing better for lung throat or bronchial troubles in Infant or adult Scottn EmulIalon is one of the greatest hIbuilders known to the medical world wII shad you aaamfl free RRWWE40t Peerl Sluet crrI Ie YuJt The Oren IrUh Orator I Mr M J Fanning the great Irish orator who 8raaks on Temperance ut Berea on Friday May 25 and a cut of whom vo givo herewith is thus spoken oft Il Moro effective appeal was never trade in this country Toledo Com morcialUon I M J Fanning is a whole team with a dog under the wagon I says George W Bain of Lexington Dr Cook Tnkr up the iirrninu Wnrk Rev E Albert Cook PhD has been appointed rioting professor of Gorman for the coming year in Beren CollegeDr is a man unusually well qualified for work in an institution like Berca He is in fullest sympa thy with Berens principles and aims and has had nu unusually full prep aration for a college pro Clfl8lIIh ip lie is a graduate of Vliontoii College arid pursued theological studies at the Chicago Theological Seminary where ho won the prize traveling scholarship which enabled him to spend two years at the University of hello Hero his chief studies were Philosophy Sociology pad History and he acquired complete command of the German language- Dr Cook has hud two pastorates one near Chicago in hits student days and one at Big Timber Montana from which ho has just come 110 and his wife and her sister a German lady here on n visit from the Father lundnre making their homo at present at Gilbert Cottage Dr larJtolacquillition logo town nndchurcb Kml lUtnle Trniufan G D Holliday onn of Bereas real estate agents being interviewed at his office on Main street confessed to having consummated tho following deals within time last few days Perry Rico line exchanged his property on Ellipse street ror J E Johnsons house and two acres of land at Middlotowu Henry Langfellnor hRS bought about 30 acres of the John Bales farm on tho Richmond Pike Consideration 84100 Mrs W II Porter has bought tho John Hoskius property on Center street Consideration 110000 Fish Napier has bought the Irvine Baker farm on time Richmond Pike Consideration 580000 E M Spick has bought tho Newt Ogg farm on Walnut Meadow Pike Consideration 00000 Mr Holliday reports deals on hand to tho amount of over 00000 which he confidently expects to turn within the next few weeks It looks as though the ono who wants Madison county property would have to gut into line SOon if he wants to buy The KctiiN I KxnuIntU in Kotmlnl A scandal that implicates the wotil 1 be teachers of four counties Clark Estili Rock astl anti Madison has combo to light Information came to Superintendent Noland last week that the examination questions were in circulation and Friday morning he put tho teachers presenting them solves for examination under oath Five refused the oath but all the others took it Three of those who refused the oath were examined be fore the Grand Jury and information was elicited that led to the arrest of Earnest Clark at Mount Vernon Clark was brought before the Grund Juryand disclosed that ho purchased tho questions of Noland Cox for 0 Before papers could be served upon Cox ho camo in and pleaded guilty before tho County Judge and was fined 5000 but he disappeared before it was possible to arrest him Several arrests have been made and others are In prospect but little authentic news can be gained at this time trod we hesitate to give tho ru mars of the street for fear of doing injustice to some innocent party A meeting of the Superintendents of the above mentioned counties has been held and energetic measures will be taken by thcso and by the Grand Jury to get at the bottom of the mat aniimpossibilitymatter TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take tAXATlVB BROMO Quinine Tablets ruggUti refund money If it fa ito cure X W I rKOVXSilgnftUreUoneachbaT arc I Take a Kodak with You The Porter Drug Co lCcoarouun At the DptoDate Grocery = =YOU CAN BUY + the very boat and freshest goods I gut them fresh two or throw time a week no stuff that has been ou baud Standard Sugar Corn 00 Fire Oil 12 Good llour60Ve-ry Beat Flour 05 Best Navy lleana0SBro- wn Sugar01I sell a complete lino of tinware all kinds of staple and 10 fancy groceries hardware hay all kinds seed potatoes and ft drompt delivery to all parts of city 1 W D LOGSDON Prop Furniture is a Necessity u a 1 KYou must have it to look and feel comfortablew I gtimegingroomi m room Suites Carpets g Shades Pictures i LOUIS 0 etciNext to the Mill Phone 93 Mf u Ie S ii Spring is here i and everybody wants new and uptodate goods and- o S we have them Consisting of suits for men andS I boys Shoes at all prices for men women and So children A nice line of ladies skirts Mens and f boys hats of latest styles and a full line of mens I and womens furnishing goods Call and see ouriio spring goods before buying Our golden rule Treat your customers e o if you expect their future patronage L f o o 0 The New Cash Store RHODUS GREEN CO PROPRIETORS o o i 1 ij J DAILROAD RATE BILLWAS PASSED BY PRACTICALLY UNANIMOUS VOTE i rr Only Trirec Votes AgainstIt Has Received SenateIrI I Country at Large Than Any Measure That Has Purchasing lIeenIj nnd Morgan nnd Poltus democrats of Alabama Thero was ou almost senor al memberdiTbotion from the senate and from tho I I Pre ldetit Rooiovelt i T4 president has tram the start been I ut In till linittcni s Hint congrtat Uol wlu the railroad rnto quatUco country at largo than any measure that has lxcn before congress since the repeal of the purchasing clauvt of liiu Sherman sot In 1801 It was reported to the senate on February 50 and fAa rondo tho unfinished buitue- Jit March 12 Froth March 13 to May tk bill was under general discus sIon without limitation pn the dura line of lOOahOl fiftytight of which w rr tlollvvrod 1Pttr 11 days the bill has been under eomMeratlon under a ruin limiting ppaechlw to IS minutes ouch The de batu tan nt all limes been earnest and ftHln Uil but for the most i nrt doroM of ptflMtwllty as between senators tIM put few days however having ralta 1 out same MUlti criticisms of Representative Hepburn thohouthn president and of some newspaper correspondents by Senator Bailey In addition to passing the bill the consisted In concluding the consideration of the amendments RU such and tho delivery of a number of speeches on Uio bill Tho only Mijietxlmont adopted was tho ono ot slimtdtomthe power given to the Interstate commerce commission to fix ruler The Rate Bill Tho principal purpose of tho rail road ralo bill pasaoit Friday Is to per nut the Interstate comtncrca coinmls elon to fix rates Tho provision con ferring this authority Is found In the fourth section of tho bill which j iimonds Section 16 of tho Interstate aTmmorcc law so na to accomplish complalgtaByron1ust cfU tno part of the common carriers into transportation of persons or prop erty or of regulations or of practices Affecting such charges It also author- Izes t an Inquiry as to whether tho rated or practices are unjustly discrimina 11rojlldact nnd In case any of those condl lions are found to exist the commis sion la empowered to determine and what will bo the Just and reasonable maximum rate and what Ministers Injured DCS Moines InFtve convmls 4donnrv 10 tho 1rpsbytcrlan general assembly were bruised injured late Friday afternoon by tho collapse of a temporary stand which had boon erected for the pwposo ot getting a group photograph The injured are lr C Luklns Roswell N M hip bruised Rev W 0 Uayld MonocRa hcta WYtt Mp bruUed Qeo Wills Mcndota 111 back bruised Hov J M Gaugbey Charlton In leg strained Rev W C Buoll Taos NI M hack bruised Mr Davis is I weal fflrlotrlY hart regulation or practice Is lust reasonable and fair Further authority In given the commission to enforce its orders aud they aro to go into effect within SO days and continue in force for two years unless suspended mod Ibod or sot wide by tho commission or by court of competent jurisdiction Other powers conferred by this section aro To apportion Joint fares estab lish through routes and maximum Joint ratoa and proscribe their division and determine tho compensation to bo palit to shippers doing service for carrion Award For Pecuniary Damages Section 16 of the present law Is so changed na to provldo for an award of pecuniary damages to complainants found entitled and In caso payment Is not promptly made In accordance with thly award tho beneficiary Is author ized to file suit In it United State cir cult court to compel compliance Tho finding of tbo commission Is to bo re ceived as prima facto evidence of the facts In such suits and tho petitioner Is absolved from nil liability for costa Anothr prevision renders legal the service of tbo orders of the commls alon through the malls and provides that those orders shall take effect 30 days after service unless suspended or modified by the commission or BUS pcndwl or sot aside by tho courts A Senator Tlllman J Smith CareHna lftAn who Intro 1IeM the rate MR In the senate penalty of 1000 for each offense In disobedience of tho order Is Imposed and the penalty Is to accumulate ul tho rato = 6000 a day In case of contin uous violation Orders other than those for money payments are to be enforced by tho federal courts through writs of mandamus or Injunction and In case of appeal to the supreme court thcso cases arc to bo given pre redone over all others except 4hooe of a criminal character Tim bill was amended by tho senate so as to giro the United States cIr- cuit courts jurisdiction to entertain suits brought to annul or change the orders of the commission and to pro Senator Bailey Dv his masterly ptcch during the debate llatieyhatakenUtutlonal lawyer oC tho countrif vide against the granting of Interlocu tory decrees without hearings and making appeals from such orders di root to the Buprcmo court Defines the Word Railroads Other provisions extend tho deflnt lion of the word railroads BO as to make it Include switches spurs tracks terminal facilities freight depots yards and grounds and defines tho word transportation BO as to make It embrace cars nnd other facilities for shipments of carriage Irrespective of ownership or of any contract the In tention being to make tho railroads ye- A Minority Report Washington A minority report con demning tho Bonyngo bill recently reported from tho house committee on election of president vlco presldentan election of president vice president and representatives In congress and giv ling the federal courts Jurisdiction In election fraud cases has been filed In tho house Tho report Includes an argument to show that tho constitution only gave to federal authorities Jurisdiction over the election M a final safe guard to the union that there is no ox traordinary coadKteft at present which calls for exordia of tits sewer I Senator Allison dobatesponslblo for all special car service It is made tho duty of carriers to fur nish special car service upon reasona ble requests Senate amendments Include oil plpo lines express companies and shipping car companies under tho head of com mon carriers and make them amena ble to tho requirements of the bill Senator Aldrich Uncompromising opponent of severe measures against the railroads Whoro senate modifications prohibit the Issuance of passes or the granting of special favors to ono class of pas seniors over another prohibiting roll road companies from transporting commodities produced by themselves require such companies to put In switches at the reasonable request of shippers prohibiting the granting or acceptance of rebates and reinstate the Imprisonment penalty for viola tion of tho law There aro also chances In the last relative to tho reports to be required of common carriers and n penalty of 100 a day Is Imposed for failure to oomply with the report requirement Tin commission Is given access to the accounts of tho companies affected by the act but examiners are forbid den under penalty of heavy fine nail long Imprisonment for divulging the facts ascertained Finos of 500 for accountlIs ImprlsonmontI over all complaints by tho commission of failure to comply with Its orders and such courts are required to Issuo wrIte of mandamus compelling compli ance FILBUSTER STARTED Reminiscent of 4th Congress Wert Scenes In and About the House Washington D CReminiscent 01 tho strenuous days of the 47th con gross were the scenes In and about tho house Friday Hardly had the journal of the houso been approved when the democrats under tho leadership of Mr Williams of Mississippi began the first rcrt filibuster in that body In a number rf years their object being to defeat tl o bill paying to the estate + of Samuel Lee of South Carolina 10482 for allowances made by reason of the election of Lee a negro contestant foraa seat In the 47th con gressThis bill has been reported tavor ably at nine congresses six times by republicans qnd three times by demo crate The certificate ot election which Leo contested was given to Jno S RlchardHOu Tho committee on elections reported la favor of Lee A vote was taken on tho resolution to give him tho seat held by Richardson 124 voting In favor of the resolution and 114 against Lees contest pro grossed no further The democrats began n noted filibuster and the 47th congress died by operation of law without a quorum being present Fri days filibuster followed along similar lines Mr Williams resorting known parliamentary tactlo to caromipass tho defeat of the measure wero numberless rollcalls and still more divisions demanded and taken rmd tho bill was finally passed To Counteract Strikes I Berlin Tho Association of the Rerun Metal Working establishments voted to lock out sixty per cont of tho workmen June 25 carrying out recent decision ot National association which voted this action to counteract strikes In various Trouble citiesIDublin now Improving had a narrow escape from death as the result of blood poi soning and a mild form of looVJaw Tho trouble commemctd with a bail tooth l r SWEETHEARTI I LEO DIEBEL OF AKRON O MAKES A CONFESSION Claims He Was Driven To Commit the Deed By His Mother Ob jecting to His Marriage Akron Ohio Hlddnn in a hay i mow on tho Delbel farm three miles west of Barbcrton 0 tho dead body of I HenryII mystery surrounding the disappearance ot the girl In tho latter part ot January For six hours after being brought to tho county Jail In Akron to avoid tho possibility of lynching Leo DeIbel aged 19 years who was arrsted on the charge of committing thecrlme stolidly maintained his innocence At 7 oclock he broke down suddenly and confessed describing in awful detail how he killed his victim with n 28 caliber rifle I I wanted to marry her and she wanted to marry me but mother objected I was drirvcn to It exclaimed the young man Coroner Humphrey and Dr J 8 Davidson performed an autopsy They found the girl had a bullet through her head and her tem ple bad boon fractured with some blunt Instrument I While being questioned and stoutly maintaining his ignorance of the crime ho suddenly broke down and said I Ill tell the truthI did kill her I wanted to marry her poor Minnie God knows bow I loved her but mother wouldnt let mo Then he told tho story of tho crime- I got her from her home one Sun day night In January three days before the murder I drove her to my homo and placed her in the haymow because my mother wouldnt let mo bring her Into tho house I couldnt marry Minnie mother said unless I had her consent because I was under age Whoa I told Minnie she said I wish you would kill me If you can not marry me for I can never go back homo and face my folks Mother kept her way stubbornly Minnies plea Im pressed me and on Wednesday night I went to the haymow and shot her Thats all there Is to It REDUCES ZIONS EXPENSES A Saving of Upwards of 500Q Per Month Reported By Vollva I Chicago UJW G Vollva tho present head of the Christian Cathollo church announced to his rollovers In Zion City Sunday that between January 15 and May 19 be had reduced expenses In tho financial department I of the church from 19800 per month to f1832 per month This saving he said had been brought about by a reoI ductlon of the working force and a cut In tho salaries of those retained In the same manner ho said a saving had been made In tho ecclesiastical department that would amount to nO 000 annually Overseers who had been receiving 300 per month wore reduced to 60 The pay of others I was cut In proportion His own compensation under the new adjustment oliva said was f100 per month These deIthe Industries In Zion City Vollva announced the resignation of John G Exccll from the office of goner al ecclesiastical secretary owing to lack of sympathy with some of the doctrines ot the church Tho condi tion of John Alexander Dowlo was said to bo practically unchanged CIVIL WAR THREATENED Emperor Nicholas Refuses To Receive Deputation With AddresaI St Petersburg A bomb which was thrown Into tho parliamentary camp Sunday afternoon by a note re ceived by President Moroumtsoff of the lower house from Peterhof which Instead of making an appointment for an audience at which ho and tho depu tation could present tho address In reply to the speech from the throne con tnlned tho Information that Emperor Nicholas would not receive the depu lotion and that the address must bo tcourtIs Involved in the refusal of a person al audience by tho emperor Accord ing to tho parliamentary law tho pros ident submits to the consideration of tho emperor the transactions of the lower houHO but it la not stated whether ho does so personally- A representative is Informed that Emperor Nicholas was willing to re ceive President Mouroumtseff but that Uio action of the houso in appointing a delegation to accompany hIm was re garded as a dangerous precedent ca pablo of being stretched to Include a deputation ot any silo Installed Board of Officers Mexico City Mexico The mining chamber of Mexico has beep formally Installed with a board of officers chosen for two years- Rockefeller I to Go Abroad New York Tho continued Illness of his daughter Mrs Charles A String and of his brother William Rockefeller both of whom aro In Franco Is said to hovo mado John D Rockefeller consent to a trip across the ocean Died at the Age of 103 I Leon InMrs Mary Ann Porlgo aged 103 said to bo the oldest white person in Iowa died hcre Sun day from blood poisoning resulting + from a scratch ot a pet cat She was born la Zancsvllle 0 INTERESTING STATE NEWS I KNOT TIED IN JEST Is Made Over In Earnest and Miss Pen dergatt Is Now Wedded Falmouth Ky May 21 Pretty An na Pendergast and Billy Bishop tho town marshal of Falmouth were wed ded sure nough at the Catholic manse by Rev O C Gruber a special dispensation having been procured Tho marrlago is tho sequel to a sup posed mock ceremony which was en tered Into by the contracting parties on May 10 In a spirit of fun Miss Pendergast announced to her friends that she was going to marry Bishop Ho was hunted up and entered Into tho affair with zest as Miss Pender gast Is an exceedingly attractive young woman Tho knot was tied by Rev Lemmons and to tho brides conster nation stile was told that It was hard and fast Time situation was compli cated by tho fact that the banns of Miss Pendergast and George Coleman had been called out at tho Roman Catholic church the Sunday before and the bride was in a quandary Bishop however nothing daunted gently urged his rights as a lawful spouse and Miss Pendergast after duo consideration decided to acknowledge them CONFERRED WITH GOVERNOR In Regard to Interference With Doug lass Jockey Club Meeting Frankfort Ky May 19 Members Grainger and Chlnn of the Kentucky Racing commission conferred with Gov Beckham and Attorneys Mo Quown and Drown of the local bar and D W Baird of Louisville who was retained to represent the com- mIssion In action pending before United States District Judge Evans In which the Western association seeks to restrain the state commission from Interfering with the Douglass Jockey club meeting at Louisville beginning June 3 next Judge Evans will hear motion at Louisville on Tuesday nextLexington Ky May 19Tho Kentucky Racing commission met here Friday and held a secret session be hind closed doors to take some action regarding the Injunction suit filed against the commission by the Doug lass Park Jockey club of Louisville ANOTHER SENSATION Judge Berry Refused to Hear Counsel For W E Monroe allegedIsensation Friday afternoon when Judge Berry refused to hear counsel for W E Monroe on the writ of habeas corpun made returnable by Judge Harbeson of the Kenton circuit court After Ignoring the attorneys In the case Messrs Sam Anderson C W Yungblut rod S C Bailey the court peremptorily made another order remanding Monroe who was present in tho custody of Jailer Wagner In obe dience to Judge Harbesoaa order back to jail at Alexandria and then directed Clerk Schwartz to continue the hearing unit Saturday at Alexandria SNATCHED A RAZOR From Barbers Hand and the Dejected Lover Cut His Throat Columbus Ky May 19 Because his sweetheart whom he had courted since early childhood married another Bert Garter a popular young man put an end to his existence Friday In smalliare that young Garner entered a bar ber shop under pretext of getting shaved He got Into the chair and the barber had lathered hie face and was stropping tile razor when Garner snatched the blade and drew It across his throat Death ensued In a few mo ments A SPE l POLICEMAN While Arranging Pistol Under Buggy Is Accidentally Killed lSeat Ky May 2iTward Dents of Nlcholasvlllo appointed as special policeman at High Bridge while arranging his pistol under his buggy seat preparatory ao taking charge of his first official act acci dentally discharged the weapon the bullet piercing his abdomen causing death three bourn later Penis was representatives formerly doorkeeper at time house of New Kentucky Postmasters Washington May 18Fourthclass postmasters appointed for Kentucky Netty Magirln county Ida Keeton Do fries lint county James J Perkins Riley Barton county Mattie E Har rison Rodemer Allen county Robert E Brown Uosslyn Powell county Goorgo P Burke Settle Allen county Neely Harlan Will Lay Corner Stone June 16 Frankfort Ky May 21lt has definitely determined that tho becnI stone of the new statohouso laid on June 16 with appropriate monies All of Kentuckys exgovernors have been Invited to participate In tbo speech makingLouisville Louisville Ky May lBThe offer ings on the breaks Thursday were 13 hhds including 104 tihds burley and 69 nhds dark The prices of nevi tour hey tobacco ranged from 8560 tqJl3GO knrt the urli of dark from IS to 1910 J HERO I lGrablHim From a Watery Grave rFrankforthas an eightyearold herownsol1jLong Herman Allen and another boy all three being eight years old were t i r ttiedroad bridge Thursday afternoon The little Allen boy who can not swimrstepped on a log that was loose at one end and fell headlong Into the river t- One of the other boys was fight ened and ran to the bank crying Not 1 so with sturdy little Wilson Long j IIHe determined to save Allen When the boy came up for the first time his i head struck tho bottom of a skin and got a hard bump Wilson grabbed him then but was nearly pulled Into the river and he had to lot go He stretched out flat on the raft and if when Allen came up for the second time he grabbed him and held on IHo can not tell how ho did it but ha managed to pull Allen up on the raft apparently dead Not discouraged Wilson dragged him out on the band and rolled him over and over with his head down hill and In a few minutes Allen began to revive In 15 minutes t Ii he sat up and in a short time walked to his home i TRIPLE TRAGEDY v Details of Which Probably Will Always f Remain a Mystery Mayfield Kylliy 21A triple tfl tragedy tho details of which will prob ably always remain a mystery oc curred at Lynnovllle this county A visitor to the warehouso owned by Mark Wilson a prominent merchant found tho proprietor his brother West Wilson nnd Arthur West lying en the floor shot to death Revolvers were found beside tho bodies of Arthur West and West Wilson Two citizens ra ported that they had been at tho waro honse shortly after 7 oclock Sunday evening and left tho trio apparently on good terms although all had been drinking Tho supposition Is that West Wilson and Arthur West enI gaged in a shooting affray killing each other and that one of the bullets struck Mark WUsonJSAME RAILWAY CROSSING r i Girl Killed Where Her Cousin Wasy i HurtHer Uncles Fatal Fall t Danville Ky May 211lIs8 Bessie 1overago no tion was considered critical for sever i al months About tho same time Miss d Engleman was killed her uncle It G 1 Given of Lancater Ky was prob ably fatally crushed by the breaking of n rope attached to a lift on which he was being lowered Into a mine HIS MEMORY GONE The Indiana Actor Doesnt Know What 1s His First Name Is Frankfort Ky May 21LoynJ Ford an actor from Indianapolis playing here in Glenwood park disappeared from his hotel mysteriously recently As a train from Louisville was stand at the station the hotel porter roe ling Ford who was In a car with a coat on The porter persuaded I to go to the hotel whore It was discovered that Ford had lost his mem hasIi Indianapolis but ho can not remomlhr his first name Ho Is to a pltlabloi I condition A BOYS CURIOSITY I Stuck His Finger In Sack and Was tBitten By Badger CovIngton Ky May 19 Curiosity Ithlftold son of Rev G F Oliver of the 111 Union M E Church South Covlngtou The lad with a number of s mates attended an outing at the Cm4e s cinnati Zoo and while there o saw a keeper with a mysterious sack thrown over his shoulder The boy poked hs Ail finger In the sack to Investigate whqt It contaipedj but soon with a cry Of pain Tho hag fntianedra badger and the little animal had eh bltteu the toys finger almost in tvo Physicians Apqulttett Crrmpton Ky lnyI9The circuit y iitotl ITheBarney Oldtleldo Fast Ride UDameYIon time record from Loulsvlllo to this city making the Journey 90 mltos la Ovreo hours and a halt Two Boys Drowned 21WeertI wellknown families were rtrnwaul la- In pond nt the edge of tows Thor a frog with a elowshot ant beyond their deuth to aware IU 7- r t- t w HIHHIIHHMH Eastern Kentucky News I Ho eontipOBiiM fiUiiktd ualeu titled la tan ty tie Writer The atm ll not tat fiMloaUw bat M U Ti4ace of good faith Write 1aIlrtLOLL+ II tIt t 111111111 II I I I I MADISON COUNTY- 1ItErwCs May 221V B Bakor and wife visited relatives at Berea Saturday aud Sunday Miss Joe Holland is visiting her aunt Mrs Bert Gilmore of Kingston this week Mr and Mrs Jim Jouea of Needmore wen the guests of their daughter Mrs Harve Johnsout on SundayMiss Della Hays of Berea has been visit ing her grandmother Mrs Auk HudsouL C of this place and Willio of Borea attend od court at Nicholasville Monday Miss Bertha Ogg of Berea visited home folks Saturday night Georg Hill and wife made a business trip to Richmond Thursday George Rogers of Borea visited J C Powell and family last week Robert Hud KOU of Million was in this vicinit last week on business Miss Maggie Beuge of Hugh is visiting her sis ter Mrs Luther Kimberlain thi- sweekMiss Myrtie Winkler who It at Kingston visited home folks SundayMte5 Beula Rubles is visiting relatives at Red House this weekltev Parsons filled his regu Jar at the Baptist church Saturdayand Sunday with large at tendance Tom Adams and wife of Kingston and Mrs Effie Woffard ol Richmond were entertained at Jim Denys SundayMrs Lizzie Kim berlain is on the sick this week Flem Rucker and wife visited W M Rucker of Mote Sunday W Lakes was in Berea Tuesday on bus ineseJ 0 Powell and wife visited G T Carr of Panola Tuesday ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCK FOflI May 22Mr and Mrs W H attended church at Clem Creek SundayP S Callihan is visiting his daughter Mrs Cora Turner of EmanuelMiss Mattie McUuire is visiting relatives near Disputanta this weekMr R W Anglin of Disputanta visited Mr J E McGuire Sunday Miss Virgia Martin and Mr George Payre visit ed Mao Todd Sunday eveningMrs Bessie Beatty of Baileys Switch is visiting relatives here this week CONWAY May 21Ed Sexton and W H Jones sold a fine bunch of hogs to Mr Dottie of Paint Lick at 575 per hundredMr Fremau Ketron and family of Wildie Ky visited his brother at this place Sunday Loyd Sexton of Rockford Kyvis ited his uncle Mr Ed Sexton Sun layTake the Citizen and get the newsbIr Fish of Berea was at Conway Thursday talking telephone to the peopleJ M Bullen visited relatives ou Clear Creek Saturday The marriage of Bob Clouse ono of RockcastleH best young men to Miss Mao Todd is expected at an early dateAlford Alexander has a fine bunch of razzerback hogs Bill Woods of Round Stone was nt Conway on business Thursday R D Cook of Rockford Kywas here on business Saturday JACKSON COUNTY IIVOII May 21Mr and Mrs J A Parks visited their daughter Mrs Tom Click SuudayMr and Mrs W R Bongo visited their daughter who is sick SundayR J Hale went to McKee Monday on business Mrs Mary Hale who has been sick for some time is some better People of this vicinityare looking for their friends nnd relatives to vis- It them on Home Coming day Mrs Mnllio Hale visited her parents at Dreyfus last week Miss Gracie Parks and Mrs Mary Click visited their sister at Berea lust week DOUHLK LICK May 22 We are having very fine weather here People are busy working their cornRev James Baker filled hia regular appointment at Sycamore Sunday General Mar tin and George Sparks went to Bob town on business last weekJ W Martin went to McKee on a business trip MondaySuuday school will commence at Sycamore next Sunday Will Callahan says ho broke the record in catching fish in Horse Lick He caught one that weighed 21 J lbs D Brockmau says he killed a rattlesnake that had sixteen rattles and a button KIUISV KNOll May 21 Memorial meeting will be hell at this place the first Sunday in Juno at 11 oclock am and at the graveyard abovo White Spring at 3 oclock p mThere was a large crowd at Sunday School yesterday Several young people of this vicinity went to Pilot Knob on the 2d instMr S A Eagle was at this place Saturday on business Miss Hid has come to stay with her father Charles Rid and sister Amanda and to clerk in Ler fathers storeIt is said that Mr Jeff Willis of Red Lick was kuocl ed down and robbed of 1400 Saturday morning by n stranger who came to him in the field where he was at work and after a few word of friendly chat demanded his mon ey and knocking him down took it and fled No trace of him has yet been discovered Freddie Jones is sick and is said to have spine trouble Mr and Mrs George John son visited Mr n H Clicks family Saturday nlghtMr and Mrs Dave Hager visited Mr Joness Cam ily Sunday Rufie Dean visited at James Clicks Saturday night Several young folks gathered in and stayedawhile and had a good time talking and playing on the organ GARRARD COUNTY CA11TKIISVIIIK May 21Rev J P Bicknill delivered two very interesting sermons Saturday night and Sunday May land 13ot Level Green Church Rev Bicknelland his wife were the welcome guests of Mr and Mrs J G Clark Sunday after services Or Tuesday May 8 Mrs Clarence Greet and daughter Annie May Mrs Tel lie Green Miss Betsy Woods Mrs R C Boain and Misses Dora Ada and Pearl her three daughters nil culled on Mrs J G Clark and enjoyed 0 fine day There was preaching al this place Sunday by Rev Mr Todd pastor of M E Church A large audience was present There was a district Sunday School convention held at Mt Tabor Baptist Church Sunday which was very well attend ed and which proved to be very in teresting Preparation is being made for the county convention which will be held at Lancaster May 20 Mr Clef Rook was appointed dele gate from the Sunday school at this place aud Mrs J G Clark was ap pointed delegate to represent Level Green school Mr S D Cccnran will represent Mt Tabor Mr Walker Paint Lick Mr Jessie Parks Good Hope and Plumer Kincade Fair ViewWe hope to have a success ful meeting Everybody is cordially invited to attend and lend a helping hand CLAY COUNTY 1IUUMNO SIMUNOR May 22Mr Brock made a visit to his old home a few days ago His sister came back with him to attend chool next yearThe pastor of the baptist church Rev Collins preach ed a very interesting sermon Satur lay night Sunday he was assisted by Rev Lewis Our Sunday Schools one of the most interesting services hat we have in Burning Springs The attendance is good and there is much interest on the part of the hildren as well OH on that of the rownup folksOne of the most pleasant things in our village is the new fence that is being placed round our school property by Berea College The grass will be better protected and above all the beautiful gees planted by Prof Brock and his pupils will be safe from the attack oC all manner of quadrupeds that lurk about our townJoe Thompson SOUR STOMACH bacommon anddbtrea ing It Is Natures way of protesting against lm proper food hastily devoured or too hearty meals and If the warn ing Is unheeded seriota results wilt follow When your stomach rebels at this abuse It becomes Inactive your food fer B nUgaiM fonaand there Is trouble ahead The quickest safest and auras way to conquer this condition and prevent Its return U to immediately commence the use of Dr CaldwellsLaxatlom Syrup Pepsin putUtlngsIt is just what your One trial ofthis wonderful preparation wnt thatourclalmlarc town experienceDrobtained in both dollar and halfdoll alMa from all JtIYour postal card request win brier by retare asaa our sew booklet DR CALDWELLS BOOK Of WONDERS and tree temple to Nona who bur sever tried tola womUdi laidy gMlorklodayEMRGOa Fir Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY is building a new house in our ton but tho thing that worries tho people is that they dout know whether it is to IHJ u dwelling a barbershop a meatmarket a granary a coldsto ego an ice cream factory or what Mrs Hiram McCreary of Boouevill is visiting with her parents Mr and Mrs Emmitt Rnwlings of this placi The boys who took the County Examination say that the theory nnd practice turned out to be of the ancient educators and no practice at all It is yet to be seen whether or not the Superintends and his board will flunk em We hope they wont OWSLEY COUNTY ItICI TOWS May 19 Farmers are nearly lone planting corn and some are hoeing the first time Although this is a busy season with which hard work yet it is also n pleasant time of the year Circuit Comt is in session at Boouevillo this week County ex animations are being held this Friday and Saturday and some of our boys have gone to try their luck in securing certificates Lotcher Oat burl is at Boouevillo taking the examination in this county Clay Mason and Tilmou Greene have gone to Brcathitt for the same purpose Eugene Garrett paid home a shdr visit this week Ho is traveling as picture agent in Breathitt and Perry counties spending this month and next in a kind of vacation before he begins teaching school Marion Bat ley is out again on another fwhinj excursion He is fond of the spas and also of the fish he secures whit enjoying himself Several of out citizens have been attending court at Boouevillo this week This is the time for horse swapping and trad IngOur Sunday school is still largely attended Letcher Gabban has been elected superintendent in Eugene Garretts absence Our de bate was held last Friday night and an enjoyable time was had through mock trial which some of our mem bore got up Elmer Gabbard ant Arthur Garrett acted as prosecuting uttukueyo and Lotchcr Gabbzrd as1 John H Moore as defendants After the trial the subject Resolved That America has reached its height and is on the decline was debated Ar thur Garrett and Letcher Gabban supporting the affirmative and Elmer Gabbed and Marion Bailey the negative The judges announced that the result was indecisive Arthur Garrett chairman of this society III negotiating with some of the White Oak boys for a joint debateWi are glad to hear from our old friendt and teachers Meredith Gabbard of Hamilton 0 and C B Moore ol Stites Idaho We hope they may write often Such letters make the Citizen more popular and roach many more acquaintances than would an letter Letters from othet friends living in different states and writing to the Citizen would also be welcome Wo are sorry to have out citizens leave and become citizens ol other states and hope no more may leave but live to help their owe state We can best show our love and gratitude to our home and state by staying and doing what we canto preserve the noble name our foro fathersJmve made for us and trying to become true and noble sons of the Dark and Bloody GroundIDAllllAItI May 10We are having very dry weather at present Some of out farmers are not done planting corn yetMiss Pearl Gabbard was ou Cow Creek Tuesday Bony Calla huns family has the measleaWff- lint had a plowing Friday Tist Barrett is very poorly at this writing with kidney trouble Uncle Meredith Reynolds of Eversole visited friends and relatives at this place last Sunday C B Gabbard bas returned from London Ky where he I bad been an a juryman in tip Fedora ourtThe Misses Frances Cole and Lizzie and Gracie Reynolds visited relatives on Cow Creek Saturday and Sunday Goo Seale of White Oak was here Thursday on business Our vicinity has had her share oC drummers this week Guess the merchants nre somewhat worried Letcher Gabbard of Ricetowu visited James R Gabbard and brothers last Saturday night Ance Peters ol Boonoville was hero Thursday on msiuessB T Huff has returned from Leslie county Our Sunday school has been shut down for iwc Sundays on account of the measles being in our midstThe Grassy Branch Sunday school is progressing very nicely Friday and Saturday were examination days at Boonevillo Quite a number of our young folks are trying theirspunkRev Goo Miller of Meadow Creek preached at Bethany school house on Cow Creel lust Sunday to a good sized audience Mrs Jane Stamper visited her brother Tise Barrett who is sick last ThursdayDr John M Kash of Longd Crook was called to this place last Tuesday to see Tise Bar rett James R Gabbard took dinner with Rerl John Mason in Ricetown last Sunday His son Clay went to Jackson to take the examination lames R Gabbard is not very well at this writingOur vicinity after the absence of seventeen years of the Locust is now visited by them again For the last few days they have boot making their appearance and now the noise of the Pharaoh can be heard on every side Circuit Cour is in session this week at Boonevillo Tho contest case between H H Rio and A M Nealey over the office of Sheriff was tried before Judge Faulk nor and a decision rendered in favoi of Rico Kenloy has been actiuf sheriff ever since the first of the year It is said that ho will take an appeal It now seems that a college will boa sure thing on Cow Creek Neorlj 11000 including labor and money have been pledged and about ten acres of laud sneer Gabbard Brothers anti Barkers stores have been con traded for with Moro Bros for the location of the building The insti tution will bo Presbyterian as Prof Harvey Murdock of tho Buckhorn College is having it built ESTILL COUNTY NOIANI May loDiedon the 18th Mat tie the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs John Peters at the home of Mrs Peters parents W C Richard abu and wife Wo extend our sympathy to the bereaved parents Alf Winkler sold to D F Sharp last Friday five head of cattle and tour head of sheep for 12750 Uncle Henry Winkler was the guest of L F Walton nUll wife Thursday night Robert Land has been employed to teach the school at Crooked Creek The Sunday school at Crooked Creek is progressing nlcelyrHes Farthing of Knob Lick section is visiting friends on Crooked Creek this week He is in poor health Mr nnd Mrs L F Walton went to Panola Saturday House to Rent A house is for rent on Cen goodbarnto J J Brannaman Berea Buckeye Fertilizers If you wish to raise big crops if you have a tomato contract buy Buckeye Vtilizera at the Form Barn Borea College Prices righ- tChicago Tailoring Company Mr W L Flanery represents this well known tailoring company in loran and will fit you to stylish lothing of the best material and undo to order at the most reason able prices See him before you rider a ready made suit EAST END SEAT MARKET I have good young Beef and Pork at all times at my Meat Market and Grocery Store at the cast end of Chestnut street Also good fresh Groceries at lowest possible prices Call and see me and ave money B F HARRISONPhone The Man Behind The Brush knows the necessary Ingredients of good paint lIe knows that the life of a depends absolutely upon the thinner The linseed oil U tho mucilage of ffumilickum of Mix the perfectly blended pigments of Hammer Condensed faint with pure linseed oil and the result is a paint that sticks which will neither nor peel and which has n lasting lufttre and gfoa + guaraniecd money back This Guarantee has back of It the Great ITnmmar Paint House of St Louis with a half million dollars in cub and a reputation of a third of a century for square dealing Besides getting the beat paint oh earth you can save 25 on your next paint bill TSfvj In some day and let us you how We are the only Agents for Hassmae PaUtsta this plate J P BIOKNELL Berea Ky n An Ideal Heroine Barbara Winslow RebelBy 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