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DEfEA PUBLISHING CO L I TYPPER MaeagrR- ltertd at fIt P afkeal Jrerea 8rateerond- clan rAnUmatter I 1 VOL VII Five Cents a Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 7 1000 One Dollar a Year NO L1j Ji 11 WELCOME Beroa College holds out a cordial right hand of welcome to every vis I itor today TAKE NOTICE Fall Term open Wednesday Sop t toinbor 12 The time to begin school is in tho fall t usuallyfound Pavlllou1Save Subscribe for the Citizen at List of Sndtutes for lie COLLKQ- KWinifred C jour Claud a Krnit NIIard UreagoudACAnIMY Orate Albert naya Alola IXxtrr TOol B Whltlrtuotc Itovgi ItcickUh Jol Wt hbuin Claude DtlUun Kdjar Franklin Howler Krartt Aaron Utnder Andrew McKtnilc Now thu Pomt Vender Rid MottUon Splnk Mttwl Itmellne Penn Jctte a Huff Utrtln tan nuren Robert MOl MAL Wm iMtC llojjklni Wm Riley hose ktnrc Cooper Mdden John D Muncy FrrU XlcOlone Win Henry JUney JdWlnI Clan Wbill May SperkD1la Ctotft Newton Kirk lnnvfratAL Joke Daniel Henry Nina King Kll 1111 hlallraf Shaw Lee laths OroTtr llrndrii take Hre M Melaenhclter Winner tf Prix Blklts ItomulaiTodJ Leonard Ilrathear earl Kirk Orman M ftlmpMO Miry lope Wilton Mlttl Reynolds John Cable Cora Klltn Mirth Wnt A Adam Chloe F Ikttdtr Chettn Kuark Ilnrt Johnwn Charlr CiHi tfton Lewli Ht maker DllUnl McOulrr XrtiUr Ward BEREA COLLEGEt Gods Gift to the Plopl in Answer to Prayer Visitors to Bema gut n new idea eollegeManyof a school in almost any kind of a building makes n college but here he will woe acme twenty public build ings carefully placed in different locations over the beautiful and ox tensiva grounds he sea n staff of teachers one for each department and for each grade together with regiments and brigades of students CoUebUigreater than ha had ever thought before belongsfBODS and daughters of every humble homo if they will only come and help themselves to the learning and education which tho College lias to give Every poor man is richer boo i cause Berea College is in reach of his children Many will ask noV la this college supported r flow did it grow r Tho answer is this college is a modern miracle an examplo of Goda answer to prayer and a blessing that bo be stows upon those who seek to do the will Boron College with all lie build loge teachers and opportunities for the young is hero as the answer to prayer It ban been built by tho loving gifts of Christian people and by the devoted labor of men and women who have been animated by a supreme love to God and their neighborDuring the year just closed the students paid for board and rooms t just wblt their board cost In fOOl for the cspouHOA of the school they paid about 8000and those ox pensea mounted to above 55000 besidea all that was spent for now buildings All tho arrangements of the school Everytudute IH the Bible The greatest paine aro oopiolromtics which would take their mind away from their Rtudies and the im proving occasion of the school The work of tho school care of its build ingu and grounds work in the Board otiidenlerbooks they arts learning also the practical lessons of lifo and labort Besides thin necessary work of tho t College in doing its own housekeep ing several lines of productive in ordertj money while continuing their study Last the College paid out for- jaeltor work woodsawing farming i carpeatry brlekolaklngbrlcklay lug aursing sewing cooklug clean a lug typewriting library workand other of labor more than 15000 The College offers some Improvement i for every young person who books at its door Those who have the loaM money need to increase their earning power by taking an Ap prentice course they acquire skill in CONTINUED ON fAQ THRU I I THE CITIZEN Berea College Commencement June 6 1906 MORNING PROGRAM 9 A M r Music t V Baud Invocation Rev W E 0 Wright D D INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT DoptMiisicExhibition Sowing Dept A pun SCIENCEFARMERS COURSE Keeping FerUllior Soils Robt Horton Dig Stone Gap Va- Improved Live Stock Jno Blackburn East Point Ky A Plea for Good Roads Robert Speace Recitation More in the Man than there is in tho Land I Pupils of Model Schools Music Mountain Ballad t NORMAL BEPARTMEKT Teachings that have Endured Geo Kirk Domino Va Tho Future of Kentucky for Young Men Riley Boggs Cumberland Gap Ton Aim of Education is tho U S Farris MCOlone Mooney Ky How to Succeed Jno Munoy Hyden Ky The Power of the Press Wm Hopkins College Hill Ky Mary Lyon May Sparkman Welchburg Ky KyPoliticalThe Evils of our Country Ranee Madden Lowdor Ky Musto Soldiers Chorus Glee Club ACADEMY DEPARTMENT Unappreciated Wealth Mabel Fenn Tallmadge 0 Till Russia bo Freo Hezekf ah Washburn Brookvllle Ky The Future of Japan M V Roberta Onedla Ky KyMusicSoloThos Horton with Chorus by Audience COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT Tbo Coming Ago Margaret Livengood Ravenna 0 Kentucky New and Old Winifred C Jones Cincinnati O Mark Claude B Ernst Thompson 0 Music Halfelula Chorus Harmonia Society Awarding of Prize Bibles Diplomas and Degrees Musto Battle Hymn of the RopublicHarmonia and Audience AffTERNOON PROGRAM 130 P M Music t Baud PrayerMusic Quartet DDAMreaswion nl er Music r Quartet Short Addresses Music Congregation Battle Hymn of the Republic ulerprtwJouA WARD llowr n Ir n= s tJc1 Ulna sym have wean the Iorf of the com ingof the C citclinga reGN lt r+ Ls 1 I pJ 4jp W=S llJLord H II trampling out the via tags wtar the camp They have build ed Him aa a1 tar le the Ai jra deal with my con tern wen M with treat He is sift leg out the hearts of mea be- MA Witha gk rjr la lib bo son that trans toA4 a Jl t I- ioI tl fief riiiD W gnft of wrath are stored Ha hath looted the fateful lightning of lIb evening dews and damp I can read Ills righteous aeateoe by the you my grace shall deal Let the Ha = roe born of womaa crush the bedgArsr- V LP 5 c r1 U 4 vets ceerca r- w= s ondimClo17lgb171j1die to make mea reeWhUe God b marching on- t JJI J Gees ItWIthYaul againByyourOodChorua Till we meet till we meet Till we meet M Jesus feet Till we meet till wo meet God bo with you till we moot agaial God bo with you till we meet again youDallyGod bo with you till we steel again Chorus agalBWkel1 you youGodChorus againKflep you wave before you God be with you till we meet again CbotHfl What the Citizen Offers The Citizen is not an ordinary newspaper It asks your subscription on a different basis from that of any other paper in the State In the first place the Citizen Is not published to make money Aa a matter of fact we have never made any money in the publication of the Citizen but all that has been received has boon at once freely expended in making the paper better Because we are not out for the money wo do not publish every ad vertlsement that comes along but only such as can be reccommended And because we are not simply after the money we give our readers two or three times as much original ratter every week as is found In any other similar paper in this region everyhomogive the news promptly and truth fully and with it the best reading matter for every member of the family tho Sunday school lesson n continued story matters of history ElghtbKentuckybeing published by us and the most andencourage meat for farmers housewives school callingItperance religion and every true re form Because we believe in fairness in politics we shall support the Re publican party until the election ar rangements of Kentucky shall be justMoreover in Berea the Citizen can give to its distant readers the beat things which are going on in connection with the College It 1s the next thing to having a child in school at Berea to have tho Citizen coming to your homo every week You may be perfectly certain that you can in no way get so muchvalue for 1 as by subscribing for the Citizen For this Commencement Day as a special inducement we otter the subscription for 80 cents Dont fail to pay for a year in advance and let the Citizen bring you next week the full report of this Commencement occasion Pay at the red booth near the lunch pavilion LHfteJfeHJiSeH ar Daughter Every io part count hiss child ren the best things ho has It is for our children more than for ourselves that we labor andsave And every parent will ask himself the question today What is the best thing I can do for my eon or daughter v Look around this campus and look at the young people who appear on this Commencement stage Do you not wish your children to have a share in the good things which these enjoyingDo chil dren to got ahead of yours l Why should they Any parent ambitious for his children and willing to work goodeducationFind out about this Talk with the young people who have attended Berea Road the Citizen Write for information to the Secretary of the College Mr Will C Gamble Make Something of Yourselves PeopleHow DayHave you ever thought how it would seem for you to be a student l It would mean that you would get acquainted with some ortbe best young men and young women from allover the State and from other States It would moan that you would have a chance to aoJwer some of the thousand questions that have come into your mind aad which you had BO chance to BUffer at borne It would mean that you would learn how to do things in n way that you can never do them without ed ucation You would bo able to write a letter that would present a neat appearance and mean exactly what you Intended H would moan that you could survey a piece of land instead of simply carrying the chain surveyIng It would mean that if you aro a young lady you could nut your owa dress play on the organ plan a good dinner and have something to talk about better than the weather and foolish gossip It would mean that you would be worth more to yojir friends that your father and mother would be proud of you that your brothers and sisters would bo glad to speak to you ill one who has been to Berea Better than all this it wouldmean that you would learn to use your owa mind to be a trained man or womm instead of an untrained OSLO Look at tbe young gentlemen ar 4 roux ladies who appear oa the Com loowmqtB on Tanya mil1l 0If hFI I1 i Id j A Family Newspaper Eight Pages + D IIIII I I I 1111111111111 Sill o I ii It 51 While the Days Are Going ly I I byThereIf a smile we can renew as our journey we pursue Y f Oh the good we all may do while the days are going by J Chorus byOh are going by IiItiTheres no time for idle scorning while the days are going by Let your face be like the morning while the days are going by y Oh tho world is full of sighs full of sad and weeping eyes f Help your falling brother rise while the days aro going by r A byiOne 0 jBut the seeds of good we sow both in shade and shine will grow r And will keep our hearts aglow while the days are going by r IIj A Man Mayl Earnifg 4 A princely salaryhe may command the highest 1 wages of his tradehe may do a nice thriving busi ness in farming stockraising or merchandisingc j yet if he spends all his money he is a desperately poor man He willremain in poverty until he begins to bank a little of his earnings and create a surplus fund for the day of adversity arid to provide for the r unproductive years of advanced age You know this to be true Are you still saying Next week I will begin to put away a little money NOW IS THE TIME Every day counts We want youIto open your bank account here and it matters not i how little you start it with We will give you a i bank book and a supply of checks We offer you I Absolute SAFETYand appreciate your patronage iCAPITAL 2500000 I Berea Banking Co J J MOORE Pres W H PORTER Cashier t FRUIT JARS ADVANCED pattillgroeliQuartsPints40o If ri 450II II pricMfstho iniboth saved to you itembut LJ f f Our Prices on Flour li i Only hold good this week we are DOo per bbl under the I mills jiow and you had better look outllThe Phone is No 2ri AT WELCHS i a oooooooooooooooooooooeo iOHIO COLLEGE OF DENTAL B Phtntsntet IeatlstryYRlvonity of YGERYi o Central Avenue atul Court Street S 0 f+ ili This was usoteaching corps of twenty instructors Its buildings are modern and adapted to the requirements of modern deatal education and Fil I 0ra clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring andFallCwtrees It clinical ineiruciioa are also gIVen ForIIlCorltuhollandN sokg ttJuaoeiHent address H A Smith DDS Dean 1UB r rlhPe Ciaoi aati Ohio eoDloioeoeoeoieeooi I ift A I T0 Under the Red Robe rSTANLrrJWETHAN IarlnsA uNtvelu irtrarssI CHAPTER XL CostfNtKa She signed mo mt last to lilt ttowa and cat and the went herself and stood In the garden doorway with her back tome I obeyed Isatdown but though I haft eaten nothing fcince the afternoon or tbo day before I could noe swfillow I fumbled with Wy knife and munched and drank and grow hot and angry at this tarco and then looked through tho window at the dripping bushes and the rain and the distant sundial and grew cold again Suddenly ahetunwd round and came to my side rdu noL eat he Bald I thrdw d wrtmlr ignite + nnd ept pup In aUrcnsy eP passion tMon Dloiil S Madam I cried Do you think I have no heart And then In a moment I knew what I had done In a momentish waMJn her knees on the floor tlasrlatifay knees pressing her wet ckfeetej to sty tough clothes crying to me torrmorey for life life life his life Oh It was horrible It was horrible to see her falKhalr falling over fliy rnud fclalried boots to see her slender little form tonrnbfll flU tepbsv to feel that this was a woman a gentlewoman who thusabasetl ffftlf nUiny feet 7 Ohf Madam Madam I cried In my agony I btg you tb rise Rise t or I must o You will drlTeflie out Grantme his fI1eislue moaned pas idonfttsly Only his life VhnVhad he done to you that you should bunt himdodn trWlilit hnttywerd6tio toyou that you should slay usT Ah Sir have Inttrey Yet dm M and Wo twill pray fonyou I Ikndmy sister will pray r for you every teoihlng and night of i our lives r I was In terror lest some one should romorand see lier fylflg tf1eflaod I stooped and tried to raise her But jibe itbbid hottitfe1liliotWhlyWihk the lower until her tender land lasedrny Hpirrs attdI fated not rnore Then 1 took a sudden resolu Jon Listen1 then Madam I salt Rtarnln Ifyoti will not rise When you ask what YOti do you for get how I stand and how small my ooXftJI yaiulflr flt ibi arr ltn your liiiiband today he would be seized within the hour rthOOO who are still In tbe vifngdtCn2f lvtfd1ae patching every road wh6 hate not teased to suspect my movement und sty Intentions You forget I say my circumstance She cut rdc hort on that ordJl Skr- airangabruplty to hot eettodtacca ine rOBtf Arid 1 4houiShave eald something to tbC purpose But at that word jTtrWfts Dotcire in thle s Breathless dishevelled struggling for Speech Oh yes yes she panted I eagerly I knowl I understand 1VAod she thrust her hand Into her bosom arid plucked ion elhtng out and gave it to ttiec =Pot t dkltutiortinealnio +rny I hands I know I know she said again Takelt and God reward you Monsieur Wc give ittfreelyfreely find thailliCully Aid nay God bless you I i I stood and looked at her and looked nt It and slqwly frows iSbelh d Jcfeen we the packet the VwsketIMrtd reo pored to niademolselle the parcel of twel I weighed It in my hands and ftiy heart grew hard again for I knew that this wits hlailemofJielles doing that It was she who mlNtrnstlng the effect of madams tears and prayers had armed her with Utla last weapon 4thls dirty bribe J flung It down on pitychangedruthlessly vonimlittakc me altdgeth wordvtjrionghJnypu no vety to7 Learn that I have never turned traitor V to the hand that employed me nor s rFold my own side When I do so for s ten times the worth of that may my hand r6ot2j rfShe sank into a seat with a moan r of despair ondat iliac momenttha- door opened and II de Cochefdrct came In Over his shoulder I had a J glimpse of madeniotkcllop proud face a little whiter today wltt Uartt marks tinder the eyes but 1 firm and coll What Is thlp he said frowning and stopping short as jhla eyes lighted on madam It sthat wo slnrt eleven- o clock Monsieur I anllwercd bowing curtly Those J fancy ar your prop crty And pftrntlHS trtli cclsTrwent out 1Iyt1lto Oihcr floor tr S s- TInt I might not be ptent at thelc 1PttlIthehouseHero I round alt ready the two troop ers whose company I had rcqalpIUoncd tie far as el icu already in the fiiddji ray own two knavis Wftltlng with rny CoehetbretscbestnutArotrr I downtby Tolls l ndi alas rny1 hearts wincedat thou Isht For It bqra ft ladys fadJe and I saw that we wore t havp coiiApquy TVas it madam who raeaitt fo come with kiaor rriaBemcii sellef And acts fi11 To AucU or- t ptlieria t tv I 0 ii1 Ltsemi kind of o watch onrmgyfor s1 walked up M de his 9lster amp out of the house he look ring white with bright area tnda twitching in his cheek though through all he 1ttcekd a jtunty bearing she Wgringtt Ut1itJ 7ttnsk Idademolstllelacoompanles ul1 I said formally With your permission Monsieur he answered with grim politeness But 1saw that he waa ichoklnc with emotion I guessed thatKe had just parted from his wife and I turned away When we were all mounted ho- lodged at me Pcrhapjll your have myJrafole you will permit mo to ride alone he said with a little hesitation andf Without me I rejoined keenly Assuredly so tar as is possible 1 directed the troopers to ride in front and Keep out ot earshot my two men followed the prisoner at n like distance with their carbines on their knees Last pt all 1 redo myself with my eyes open and a plsto loose in my holster Jf de Cocheforet I saw was inclined to sneer nt so many precau lone and the mountain made of his re quest but I had not done so much and comoao far Ihad not faced learn and insults to be cheated of my prize at last Aware that until we were tie yond Aucjh there must be hourly and- prsringdange4ot a rescue 1 was de rt edthnt hfe who would wrest my- tpfsDnersfrom rhe should pal deafly fgfJt 6hlyprlfle Rnd pcrhaft ina degree also appetite for a fight had prevented me borrcrlng tea troopers insttddbt two Wo started and I looked with a lln rerlnfc eye and many memories at the little bridge the narrow woodland ibjth first roofs of the village all now familiar all seen for the last time Up the brook a party ot soldiers wero dragging for the cantalua body A furlong farther on a cottage burned by some carelessness In the night lay a heap of black ashes Louis ran be side tivweeplhg thelasto browrHleafcs fluttered down In showers And be tween iny eyes and all theslow steady rain fell apd sell and fell And so I left Cocheforet Louis went with us to a pont a mile beyond the village and there stood TmdBaw TIB go cursing SM furiously as I passed Looking back when we had ridden on I uUUwaw him btatld log and after a moments hesitation I rode bade to him Listen idol 1 said cutting him short in Ute midst dt his mowing and snarling and give this message to yonn njfslrcii Tell her from me that It will be with her hunbHid ali 1C WOK withal Ifa ngnlcr when bo fell Into the hands of his en emynb better and no Worse Yon want to kill her too I su- ppot heanswered glowering at mj No tool it want to sate her I retorted wrathfully Tell her that just that and no more and you will oo ilo r u1tv shall not he said sullenly I l not toll her A message from II Jhltee l And he spat on the Then on your head be It I answered Kolamnly And I turned my horsgs lead and galloped fast alter the oUierji 3 For in Pltq of his refusal whathhnatlaldltland It would be strange If madam did not undenttariif th teWrefte And so we began our journey sadly under dripping trees and a leaden sky The country we had tottraver was the acme I had trodden on the last day of my march southwards but the passage otatindnth had changed the face of everything Green dells whete springs welling out of the chalk hall made of the ileafy bottom a farlei home itrcwn vlth dellcalelenw and hung With seJtlifese Were now vamps into which our horses sank to fte tctlock Sunny brows whence 1 had vfewedtthe thumpalgn and traced my forward path had become bate windswept Hages The beech woods which had glowed with ruddy light were naked now more black trunks and rfgld liana pointing to heaven An earthy smell filled the air a hundred paces away a wall of mist closed thi view Wo plodded od Sadly up hill and down hill now fotdtng brooks al ready stained with floodwater now crossing barrertheatb- uBatUphlllor down hill whatever the outlook Iwn tierar ptrrnSltted to forget that wawthejailer the ogre the villain that T rldlngjibehlnd In my loneliness was the blight on all thffTJeathspot True I was behind the otheI escaped their eyes But there Mari arjio mademoiselles droop log figure that did not speak scorn ip ennt a turn of hdr Jieadlthat dd wccmito Oh Qo j that such a thinsshouldbreathel 1 had only speech with her once dur Ugtitliai dan and that was on the last ridge before we went down into the rat Jcyto IImb up again to Audi Therala setlinalhow 4 falntlyjan for a fow moment ooooew d southward while we breathed the horaes oTboilbcynd Kdndabovo it gleaming pearl llketjnsthe level rays ytab ItndJoMhe mountains stood up lke a land of en rtiiatitmcnt soft reliant wonderful odilUe onoof eel 4 6d tile Illl flt Glasfi of which tho old ro+ mancfx tejl us I forgot for an hh slant how wo were placed and I cried to my neighbor that It watt the fnlreSt pageant I had ever seen Sbe1t was niad nol elc and she had taken ott her mask +caNt Ono look at mnj only one but If conveyed dlri gttstund Ipathlng to unspcnkablothSt- acorn beside them would Have beep ai gift I rained in pry Jiono as if afte bad struck me and felt myself go first bot and th n cold under her eyes Then she pinked anftfher wavy et IIIdNrtwgt4rget tbollaleda4afwr that I avoided her more Sedulous than before We lay thatnlgbt at Aueha id I gave Jffle iforetth utmost liberty even permitting him to go cht and return ftl his will tn the morning believing that on the farther sign of Auch we ran less rlsl of attack I dismissed the two dja ROODS and Ann hour titer tshnrlsti we set out again The day was dry and and cold the wither morn prvmlsing I planned to go by tho way of Lee Wore cfoiMnfe the Garonne tt Agcn arid I thought with Toads coUtlnnally improving as we mbted northwards we should be able to malre1 gMd pro great before night My tWo flea rode first I came last by myself Our way lay for aomb hours down the valley ot the Gen under poplara and by long rows of willows and presently the sun came out and warmed us Unfortunately the rain of tho day be fore had swollen the brooks which crossed our path and We more than Once had a dlfUcuKy In fording them Noon therefore found us little Mbre than halfway to LticlbUre and 1 was growing eachTnlauio more impatient when our void which had for a little while left the river bank dropped down to it again and I saw before us another crossing half ford halt slough My men tried It gingerly aqd gave back and tried it again in another place dad finally just as mademoiselle and mdnsleur came up to them ft Und bred through and sprang slantwise up the father Milk The delay had been enough to bring me with no good will of tny own close up to the Cocheforcts Wadcmoi ellea howemado a llttlo business ot the place this delayed them still longer and In the result we neared the water almost together and i crossed close on her heels The bank on either side was steep while cross- Ing wo could see neither bcforonor behind At the moment however I thought nothing bt this nor of bet ddlay and I WAS following her quite at my leisure when thestoddcm report of noitbtnw a second report find a yell of alarm In front thrilled me throughOn instant while the sound was Htlll lamy eau I saw it all Like a hot Iron piercing my brain the truth flashed Into my mind W6 Were at tacked We were attacked and I eras hero helpless in this pit this trap The loss of a second Vrhfle T fumbled here n1ademoldllew horse barring the way might be fatal There was but one way I turnediiaj horse straight at the steep bank and he breasted it Ono moment he hung as If he must fall back Then with a snort of terror and a desperate bound he topped it and gained the level trembling and snorting It was as I had guested Seventy pares away on the road lay ono of iny arYOU VILLAIN men He had fallen homeand man and lay still Near him with hit back against nCbhnlestbbtaiWrtelo on1 foot pressed by four1 fhorCicraen nn4 shouting As ray eye lighted on tiw scene ho let fly with a carbine aadi dropped one I snatohcd a from my hoUterj cocked It and auiaodny horse by the hearlI mIght save tho man ye tIshouted to encourage him and fn an other second should have charged thnflghtwhena sudden vltioii blon swift and unexpected struck the pistol frOnt myh4od IimaJtn snatch at U as It fell but mimed 4t andt before I conldi COver ytteirmRdcmoUelle thrust her horia furlousl agansti mk er and with hoK tidlngtwhlp lashed tho Borrel ocrpu the cars As my liowetreared m 1111 had a glimpse of tier eyes 1allh lag Hate tUroiigK tier mash or her handagain npllftcdth6 next moment I ftl down intheroad ingiorloysly unhorses tho1 BOrrel was galloping 1 away land 1erhorao scared In Its turn was plunging unmanageably a Kcoro of rats from Ole I dpnt doubt that Inn for that she Would have tramplrd On me AIIJf waji I was free to draw and In a- twrnltUnit was riidutag tdwards the flghtrn A1 have described had hapo pe Tinmnh Was Hllll hfaAwoke of tlJe carbine had scarscJy risen 1 sprang with a about auntm a lallon tree that Intervenetll at tho same m- me thottt mdn dptached them selves and rode to meet me One whom r toot to be the leader was masked Ho eomo furiPusly nt mei trying to ride mo down but I leaped aside nimbly nnd cVndlng him hushed r t tho othernnd scaling bin borer so that he dropped Ills point cut him across the shoulder before he could guard himself K plunged away btuhorsomanYeti double dyed lillalal ha dried I 0 vt rMngjatme again And ithla tms h uvcrcd his horse 1klltlll1 that iwas hard put to if prevent him knocking mo down and could not with all my efforts reach him to hurt him VSurrendcn will yowl he con UnUF I you blood hound I wounded him slightly In the knee for answer1 bu rbeWro t ldtSo ruOltthtl o dipanldilcAmplttac Id t i 8 the two sot upon me a slash Ing at my head so furiously and toer Ing above mo with KO great an advan taco that it was nil I could do to guard myself I walt soon igiad to fall bqck against the bnnkras my man had dope before me In uch a conflict my rapier would have been of little use but fortunately I had armed myself before I left Paris with a ciitand thrust sword for file road and though my mastery of the weapon was tint on a par with my r plerplI way able to fend tiff their cuts and by an occasional prick keep the horses at a distance Still they swore and cut at me trying to wear me out and it was trying work A little delajf the least accident might enable the other nan to coma to their Help or made moiselle for all I knew might nhoqt mo with my own pistol and I confess I was unfolgnedlr glad when a lucky parade sent the masked mans sword lying across the road Ho was no coward for unarmed as ho was he pushed his horse atme spurring it recklessly but the tanimtl which I several times touched reared up instead and threw him at the very hid- went that I wounded his companion a second time In the arm and node him give back ToBsContlhuetl AN UNDISCOVERED GENIUS Inventor in Embryo Vlin Only Lacked An Opportunity to Slat lift tIlt World lies just the Jnvenli vest manasld- airs Pnlalforito her neighbor as they sat on the back eteps shelling peas the subject ot thsjr praise was dimly visible in the woodshed and Very audible because of ahigh = pitched song and much pounding and scraping relates the Youths tContpantna Do you know what hes makla nowThe neighbor disclaimed all power to imagine An attarhmentfor the hanging lamp in the stttlpg room that puts It out when you shove It up lIes broke three tamp chimneys trying it but of course It aint perfected yet Thais what he said anyway Has he Inrented any useful things besides this when Its done asked the neighbor That Is anything thats profitableWell aint made anything that he could sell not yet But he did make one thing thats a very great comfort to him and I dont know who wouldnt like nne if It could be made- up and sold You know he was always a coldblooded critter specially nights though I made him some good warm Canton flannel nightshirts nut he was so rcnUstt he used to get mall wnzxled up round his neck So what do you think ho did Oh I never could guess said the neighborlie or rather directed me whlln I put foot pockata on his nightshirts Footpockets What are they like Just pockets at the lower hem on the inside so you can put your feet in and hold the nightshirt down same lIS my grandfather used to have Btrapa on the ttom of his pants to go under his Instep Well I declare Yes It seemed redefer but that Isnt all Ho has two sets of pockets now one front and one haul so that he can turnovcr inbcdlnslde hIs shirt apd just chanshi8 feet Into the other pockets I nwer taw snob a man for Ideas And idonti believe bes been heard of tnitsliic hero and 1IantYllle either ObrrrsIorletrr This ston was told Of former Mayor Clark of nllrJI gtqn Vt who was known for his use of big wards One day before hurting for the city ha called John His colored farm sand and said pointing to a field strewn with cure rails and Inclosed by the same kind1 of fence John Im go ing to the city this morning I want you to accumulate all those rails while I am gone John answered Yes sir hut not knowing what was meant by accumulate heV hailed a passerby and told his trouble This stranger knowing Mr Clarks pecuirarHIesY told him his et1Crasmeaitt to gather InHRjarfen pile all and burn oJolitfgatheietithem Into a large fall of thbfbnco rills ho eonldrlnd rlool4 an iln 4gncet end bUradd them Tlitfro Wan Sear nt She jjrgaefgted mother whoso envto Ing tteritlbnstp her family have given for keeping the4rorlbgitdvancement1Tb Thorn forlihe first time and the cld r- hteuMrs ofrthe family pluhned it surprise by pjaclnjj her In telephone cum jmunVcatleJu with hln After hearing tho voleolof her boy through the re col not believe that he Iwa taravyn Atlanta Ga on he assured her ho was Drop lnK the in strument she poked wider the taue and alcilout Now Tom conic out of there land Wt p yoUr1 nonseas ilalUmare Sun l tl 1rnlccledl- tlfetj VWllonvrhe imp 118 nt thina1 10Id ttofffnTYaee that t Was netting pub irrlnUUdl bt r tTjmnn I wouldnt mind the I hjn say J to YOII real late you 105r ecofdut Leo thatChinat ribune i 1 111 i DOLLS FURNITURE dent HeleHelpc Florence Fumlth- Uor New Doll House Made by Brother Joe Just look Aunt Helen crlod Flor luce Joe baa made mo this dolls nl9l Isnt it the qOtORt thins you wl all ptnttid d j and pored Inside and Carpet on every floor Ioniyhndfcome furniture It would be Just perfect for I have some dolls to go in It But Florence you can awke the furniture yourself stake It myself Klorenoa Laughed Why Aunt Helen 1 couldnt possibly luake dolls fUrnUurc Indeed you could bald Aunt Ifclen Illbhow you how and we ma make Home now What fun cried Klorenct Do lots begin right away To make a chair began Aunt Helen take a large cork end cut off 1 TIll crtAUiii a slice Cover the slid with vlvt or anything else stick four large black headed pins on one tide for the legs and wind them around With worsted and connected by neveral twisted strands To make a table cut a inund nleea of cardboard fasten It to a tall cork small end up by a mrge pin stuck through the middle of the cardboard facto some kind of clotu to the cardboard and trim It evenly ut the edge A smnllcork Inrgi eeiMip with tufts of KNell ttwu par vutrii to this top makes a little tower pot land plant whlfh can be pinned or glued to the top of the table owwould you like a cradle Aunt Helen continued Oh yes yes cried Florence Well take an ordinary empty match box the kind that slides oprh T11H ClIKST OK DitAW eats Take the outside part first till It who a few corks cover it with a scrap of white silk You need only Clue tat edges down Cover the back toad stde of the Inside Part the part willet holds the matohef with whlttsltk and glue or pin the two together to torn a bed the cork filled part tying down and the other part uprignt Past little while curtains at tho top any cover the onus thnkare pasted and the rough edges of the silk on ill tide with white braid or ribbon Of any kind of edging you may flail In your scrap bag tow stink whlhGddod pins all around Ole crib for the bus and wind them with white or pint wonted connecting thlVUat tno wIt Stick In four whiteheaded themethe legs nail wind them In wayTo make a chest of ilrawsjr pile u- rI umber of match boxes And Rhi TUB COUK TAMLfi AND KJUUWKK 1OT them together rat toms find of goods around the stiles and top and tUttre Is u set of drawers comtliete How abut the JwnilifWiw asked FlorenceOh forgot said Aunt Helen hake nsmnllholeln the tronroreaeLc Drawer and stick tho hankof n wbite b Ulbn through Then on the in crtd1J tltk airnalPUttof match through ttteshank td fasten your handle in Now you can plan ilota of olber thlngn II they are thcrdiltc Coveted trom a lib nthbenches desks almoH t Y thins NCyXt timeI tome t hopp to see your ilolllea comfortably settled In their foci hdmfClnclnahtl Eu iiulrei j TheWowit Over Anold luily rrorfii the tat north of England was trarellitf by the worth British railway justly fnmoui formfer Iy says the aUIhon nt nemlhlscenics of Manchester Kngland for taking the longest possible time for making Ibo shortest possible distances There was a man traveling with her In the carriage anil when they ap proachod some terminus where they were to rhanfte trt another line fee thawed flufflclcnjtly to aalt the old lady w tern she was aping Ganging Well IM Ilangl9iWa China she iJli ltltheL 0 BUILDING biRD HOUSES Hey Boys and Girls Can Attract til e Birds and Give Them Pleas ant Homes In the spring boys and girls can go into the real estate business nnd could the btrdrthat acre coining northward seeking a summer what is In the hearts of thejuvenile bird lovers they would tee signs like this i YOIt It1ti2QT70nt oJINU i t IIIUD I1OUHKM t t APlLY IN MY UACKHTAllU t 1111T- he AUdubon society Is cnjoylnj wonderful encouragement In lUTcltorU to teach the boys and glrll to rreale- honidsin their dooryArds tbMiiicM nJ ly rules of the feathered realm oa Jennie Wren and Sir Christopher Jolly Mr Bluebird and his lordship thlctta deo are looking tor apartments in the treetops or in some convenient nook In the barnyard Any boy or girl that has a birdhouse Mlltdot all mod ern conveniences is sure to nave ten nuts for the entire summer sad until Jack Frost visits his aulmnil scourge upon llirdlanrt t Offer the birds a banquet just as a commercial club In a town or city feeds tho mm at the head of a bin manufacturing concern and Jollies thorn Into moving their plant into their town Go up into the earn loft youngsters and gather the sweepings from the floor Scatter them on the ground outside Take thw crumbs that fall upon your fathers tableami add thm to tho banquet you desire to otter ONE TVlIC OK JKJl a the tired and hungry bird too wilt find stray bits of erncked mr v nary wdand sunflower vced around Iris house or at the neighbors Add snit to the fare of the feathered guest in the yard and you will find that It will heroine a stage on whteh bird Opera ta sung all the summer through the good you will do your itatnrm friends will be too great to meawrot Arid think of the fun to be nad build lug bird houses A boy who Me never built or had a desire to build If bttd hernia has something wrong with his heart Then aw simple little tenements that can bo coatrlruet- etI for them oa a SalrudaynfiemAon The pleasure you will get out ot alt IIUIMB OUT OF A tJWi ting on the bank porch waiting for a tenant to appear will bd fetter than ftMilnjr ir you have an oU tnc m the yard you can build a box to fit one of Its forks Makeit Ofvbap r Jtttrch box A short log sawed In two anti holklwed out then nalM together again make n comfortable little house Gloss one end of It and mice the other end for a front door tp me parlor Oil nsll and paint ke s nwknioo l comfdrtnble blnl Ycriftnthft If you build a blrflhouse ofaoox makfr tt to have a sloping root so tnat the raid wilt nm off gttlckly oirnot ofcfc tho test on tho inside Dd not mike ynur blnl house to havemore than one apzrtraint for birds are pot like city folks who lire Jn flats They tovel privacy and will slay in your honke IDhc1 MSvdr complain to the landlord If there Is just one room that they can call home Be sure to have plenty of Jtowfrs to tho backyard this mtmmer qa awtr thetpganitpoltsiNews Thdtlilc1aiireume flower lovers just the dren and the more Iltntltlveyou- mnke the environments of Dm lnRr from the Routhland the happier you will bo over their music THE ABVXNTVRBRSI- Calpli and Harry unit Dirk these three n milrnl tn travel by Unit and bea And Ijiillnnn flslit sndilaersslay And ciiiin back liAm for Chrletmae day Halpli mmlc ready hU Jaekhnlfe brsbt klelDicknut lie sliarpolrd It up as t et he could They said their pockets they hrt would cram With bread and putter and loin nfjnsi Ah t meet lathe twtm atOZ uboUt But how do you think It all turned b t- rIf Ralph Was caught at tli p sphJam Jart hurry was sent otmrserrlinilMri Andrlcktleion1bte yt ikgchapi fell hit Jitlfep In hl tMdth i Khieaso Dally Nfewi ltAlneriher The only pro ldtttreferJsld ago U youthful prudence r p r c IDEA He can not roach earth who does not touch heaven 1I 8 In tho pulpit make pharfoetB in the pews Stnr pazlug will never make you BhnoXa tho stars The two faced never have more than half on outlook I Many ji man thinks ho is busy whet ho is only buzzing I IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Ton Mexicans and two Americium woro killed in a riot of miners In Caiianoa Mexico fortyflvo miles from the Arizona border Tho riot with uu attack of tho Mexl the Americans It has been 1bebonn by soldiers and keeping tho ltd on Is of the principal occupations of state and executives It Is a ROOdoccupatlon Lexington and I Louiqvlllo are at present Iwoofour prominent cities whoro this is being tried Lexington is having goad success Louisville willIlouhtlellBl have a much harder Governor nnd the mayor of Louts villa seem to bo in earnest to enforce tho law mid we wish then success It Is wild that more thau ono half of Governor Folks mail each day consists of letters concerning tho hanging of Mrs Aggio Myvre the KUUHQS City woman convicted of having murdered her husband Thud murder was n peculiarly ntrocipus ono and it is hoped that Governor Folk displayedbyI full In ignoring the same kind of 1m lnllMrscarried out or repealed Senator Deterago has just said Wo are now in a period of tho mot al regeneration of American business Tim first stop iu this moral regeneration should be A readjust meat of the tariff So long as a fa vored few can exploit n whole pco plo for their own advantage under the cover of law it is not wonderful that Individuals without this cover thingMoraUythose who benefit by the present tar Iff on the ncccwiitie of life tho le gaily tho latter tako high ground with the billionaire FROM THE WIDE WORLD Mukden has at last been fornmhI opened to international trade Th authorities are now drafting harbor BOOnIt Ireland Introduced in tho louse of Commons last week a bill authoriz I providlaborers tropethattheir dwellings would help to arrest pppuintioaa laborers I Tho throwing of the bomb that i was to kill the Wag and tllUJIling events of tho past week It Is to be hoped that the person thus guilty of the murder of sixteen people anti t wounding of many others will be punished and that the time may como when the lives of rulers are as safe as those of common people A a country where illiteracy is great is not tho moot hopeful place in which to look for such safety of lifo I One Bottle of Dt cwwellSmrPcpilau8ed oa directed- will ginyou i ra- mediate r- lieffromtlme iaexpreMl blatorture occasioned by consti andPte IllsIfetnedy forRfla e It wi BOO eet your system right When an oocaslwitil dose keep your Internal organism In the very pink ill condition Well mild youre well all over Dr CaldwelTsLaaatl Syrup Pepsia Is Ute bt obtntntW oar aritlilcforgansIt and surely on the canoe el the trouble wad Its beneficial effect perceptibleIt cases Dr Caldwell Laxative Syrup pal- Ma be obtained in both dollar aadbaU dollar sham horn all druggists r money will be refunded U ft set benefit you postal ca ut11m brioI by nlwtl IVoar new toookJc Dr Cl1wW xrd lrs tampl to thoo who IIIIIwosmerta1remedr Wrastmap t PEPSIN tYMIl Of If aaWsbis Itttesie- i Far Sale by S E WELCH Jr t 1aERIEA KY i f Commencement Day Plans Suggestions Which Will Aid Those Wishing To Polly Enjoy This Great DayiJ 4 =Wednesday the Oth day of June is the sreu day of the year at Beroa College If you want to ged tho most out of it in a little time before hoodstudying tho map and planning what you want most to see and hear Tho Tabernacle In which the ex ercises of tho day are to be held will naturally bo the center of interest In tho Model School building near est oho Tabernacle babies may be loft while their mothers visit the different buildings or attend the ex ercises In another of tho model school buildings lunches and qther avantanear and other good things can bo bought at a low price Tho exercises in the Tabernacle commence at U oclock First will come the exhibition of the Industrial DepartnM tSj and then tho gradual NormaleAcademy and College Departments Music will bo furnished during the program by tho Baud Glee Club the famous Big Four Quartet and the Ilurmouia Society After each pleas of music them will be a short recess thatrthose who wish to may enter or Icava the room While tho program Is in progress however it Is especially requested that there should be no whispering or unnec essary seine in order that the young speakers may be lean In all parts of the room Tho grout events of the morning will como between 11 and 12 oclock when the prize Bibles will be pre seated nnd Degrees and Diplomas awarded and conferred The evening session will be opened tit lb with music by the band After this Judge Beckner of Win cheater Dr Barton of Chicago and others will address the audience A space around the tabernacle and refreshment stand will be enclosed by ropes to keep horses nod teams away A watering trough for horses will be found behind the new stout Library building Many cf the College buildings will be on exhibition or contain ex tiibitions during the day The New Chapel guilt almost entirely by stu dent labor seats nearly fourteen hundred In its main auditorium besides having other large rooms for smaller meetings Bible classes etc Visitors should especially notice the beautiful oak coiling ono of the fin est In tho country iu tho main aud torium Those who wish to go up into the tower may do soon payment of five cents The Carnegie Library building will not bo open for Inspection but visitors will bo interested In notlo lag tho flue stone work and too ur istlo symmetry and proportion of the building Ou the lower floor of Lincoln Hall will bo the Fair of Fireside Indus tries whore homespun cloth bed covers and other products of the mountain homes may be seen OH the second floor the Library Isis Its temporary quarters In the front section of tho Industrial Buildings the sowing and laundry room open from 8 to 1115 with their exhibitions and machinery will be found on the left and tho Scien tific Cabinet ami Farm Work exhl tioa cm tee right Upstairs IB the East side the wood work sad draw iagexkbitiois tine located and OB l = the West side the Model Schools Exhibit In the rear section of the indus trial buildings tho wood working machinery will be In operation from 800 to 1115a m Tho Power House is open from 800 to 1115 containing the boilers- IIteamcngioodynam08 and telephone central In tho Printing Office ono may soo printing presses paper cutters and other apparatus from 830 to 1115 In the morning The Hospital will be open from 830 to 1115 n in to show the ar rangements of the College for tho care of the sick During the same hours visitors will be welcome at the Farm Barns to see the Holstein Stock Farm Ma chlnory Silo and some Saddle HorsesSome will be interested In going through the Ladies Hall From 830 to 1115 iu the morning and 100 to 300 In tho evening the par lots dining and study rooms and some of the students rooms may be seen Tho office of General Information will be tho Registrars office No5 Lincoln Hall DR WM E BARTON D D Dr Barton graduated from Boron in 85and from Oberlin Theological Seminary In 1800 now pastor of an important church at Oak Park Ill author of numerous books and pub lisped sermons U to be one of the speakers on Commencement Day REVTE C WRIGHT DD Rev W EO Wright DD Pro Lessor In Berea ia the 80s afterward Secretary to the A M A ROW Professor la Olivet College MIeh preaches in Berea oa tIM night of Baccalaureate Sunday Tim Russian Drum H not re sponded as was oxp e4d to the re satietyitsROW eagaged hl i eee l of the agrarian problem 9 yr v of Ilerea collegeOar Girt to 1cople CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE I carpentry Bowing farm work or some other forms of industry and so become able to take care of themselves and help their friends deportmenttrains There ie no way so sure for getting a firstclass certificate and getting it honestly as to attend Bereas Normal departmentThe Course fits students to keep accounts and transact busi straightforward probably which Is filled with the studies which are of greatest Interest and greatest practical value to give an immediate preparation for a useful and success ful life Some of these studies are the following letterwriting and the physloJogythoour country civics readings from great authors the science of wealth the science of conduct mathematics looking toward landsurveying etc There Is also an opportunity for students in this course to take studies managementhousehold cooking music and the care oftho sickStudents who are less advanced find the best of opportunities in what are called the Model Schools Here they study tho common branches under the best teachers They are care fully graded those put together who can study together to tho best advan tage thus saving their time The students in Iho Model Schools have without extra charge lessons in draw ing muslo and hand work The College department Itself is said to havo the highest standard of any college in the Stato Certain it Is that students who have for any reason left Bcrea to pursue further studies in the great universities like Yale have always taken high rank andmany of them have been prize winners Besides maintaining the great work which wo see upon the campus in Bores the College since the passage of the Day Law has been expending a large sure each year in assisting more than a hundred colored stu eels who are studqing in various schools outside the State Many a visitor has gone home from Commencement Day saying I never knew there were so many books in the world as in this library I newer manyteachersono place I never realized that my son or daughter could have an ed ucation if they were only willing to work for it This great institution then is a prayerBroJohn Hanson and other valiant sup porters founded little school in tho wilderness Helpers and teachers havo followed ono after the other passedtobut there has never failed the voice of prayer which was acceptable to Godnnd tho consecration of great givers who have provided buildings and funds and great teachers who have given their services for their love for the Kingdom of God Ono might almost say that if a sioglothingfor a torm to got acquainted with the teachers and with the studentswho botltgatharodtrom and a dozen states outside that per son would be abundantly paid for comingGod Almighty intends that the young men and women of the next strongerbetterProgress through education is the will of God- Subscribe for the Citizen today at lied Booth near the Lunch Pavilion Save money by paying today Please Your Hair Dont have a falling out with your hair It might kaye you I Then what Better pbarit by giving It a good hairfood= Ayers Hair Vigor The hair stops coming out become ldeepcomes back to gray hair caulrutrieuhlltogarnlIft w HIM aoatCoosulrtdeIPYe = JaArrOa Low AJM f- UMAMML ors =rtwRmety- x 3 Who desires the best Business in Berea I have a piece of property that is well worth the price I ask for itsay nothing about the business that I can place you in I have for sale the Berea Produce House and lot on Depot street This lot is too feet front and 300 feet long the b t ings consist of B Produce House two story dwelling and idfThis property is well worththe money I ask for it The ness is the most promising of any business in Berea from the fact that it is a specialty without competition I The business that is being done shows a profit of two I thousand dollars per year clear receipts What has been done can be done again Any one desiring this property should call at once on JsPa BICKNELL Real Estate Agent BEREA KENTUCKY h t LOUISVILLE It NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect Jan I 1906 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea338a m Arrive Richmond410 a m Arrive Paris 528 a m Arrive Cincinnati 750 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Berea 124 p m Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive Paris330p m- ArrivoCincinnat010 p m Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Boron124p m Arrive Knoxville 810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Berea12213a m Arrive Knoxville 730a m carryBuarland Knoxville in both direction Train num ber i and 4 carry Pullman veittibuled Sleeping car and coaches between Cincinnati and Knox ville in both direction W H BOWER Ticket Agent Drl k kKYttkyKrkltatDr I For Sale or i Rent Cheap 1 iA nice little Cottage of four rooms on 83ti or Q D HOLLIDAY S REAL ESTATE AGENT SlAIN ST 1IEUEA KT Cf tiiS171teASISIki1 1SIR713iSlkSlt4 h n A GUAKANTKFD CURB FOR PILES DruggItOINTMBNT fells to cure In 6 to 14 day sac Call at T J Moberleys and see the beat linn of- COLLARS TEAK HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS And anything that you need lor a horse Call and get prigs they will induce you to buy I T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky I Cu F Manson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly atteaded to night and day Tekptoae No 4 Berea Ky 111 4 Die W G BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office Sa n5 BAKER Dentist oterPrinting once BEREA KY Office hours from 8 to ITeeth extracted without pain Somnoforma FOR SALE A few good Jacks Will sell or exchange for other property J W HERNDON miles from Boron OR tho Richmond Pike jKEEPyour and pressed by J CBURNAM j The Wirst End Shop Phone 67 SOc a suit Is all it will cost you I MonumentsURNS STATUARY 01 i Granite and Marble Monumental work of all kinds done in a workman Irfie manner at reasonable dispatchAU Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner of Main and Collins Streets Fish AgainIIn Michigan CHAD i The Michigan LineIBert of Service toItTOLEDO t DETROIT d- i I AaJ to all the Faraow Summer Resorts ol MICHIGAN i and CANADA I i l Through Cars to- CHARLEVOIX iiI Os and after Juse 25c i t- BOOK OF SUMMER TOURS tj Fill FOB THE AJKINo1J1 1r Y B CALLOTAY I Genera Pacager tgnlC- INCINNATI I a t The CitizenIJU Independent Family Newsptpsr Fubltthcd tvery Tburtdiy it Beret fer UREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor ndMgrf i Subscription Ratos rAYAfclC lt AtlVA Ct One Yest fl to adz montbl W Three months ZS 7IlE- nd money br JntlIDf topS Order x tteu corky Order tbetlt Quit lIle- dLeutr or one Iud two not itamp The data liter year flame hllwil towljat date our tutrcrlptlon It plil lilt U not d rtthln thrto VCTII alter sending Uimontsong UI- lIubllttlbfon within Tnc CtTlint topJflit bollfy us at the ntIn of Bute enptlon all arrears olherwlta WI shall- enalder that they with it continued u at once ot any diangr In your addrcti itnnt both old tad new ladtcura- IHtilnn nnmbcn due to wrnnper nomlcKOi Ja the visits or oibcnriM will gladly bo la ned If we are noilOed- Ageouj wanted In every omllty Write tor tannL Anrona tfndlnx oa rjb sripUoM wQl receive Tin Cr litleciu oa Anti Dog League Although the flog la generally act ccptcd as being the truest friend of the human race ho has his enemies who are loyaj to their hatred An ef tort of these people to get together and give force and direction to their antipathy has just begun bavins Its orlgln with Ambrose DIerce the es Uraylst and satirist on the follies and foibles of both canines and humans Mr BIcrce says the New York Press than all his JlfeUme been an enemy of the dog and has given a great deal of attention to projects for his re tejoval from the face of the earth In the prospectus of the AnUDog League dt is feet forth that he is the onlY one of our domestic animals whose existence is due altogether to hcred slty he is an anachronism a sur Thala heritage of shame Ho is ad dicted to more Unmentionable habits than the number of hairs on his tall and In point of Inutility he dominates itio situation like a brick ship In a fishing fleet True ho has enough In telligence to fawn upon his master and his muster enough to be prdut of the attention but thnt IslI matter ot thrift and signifies no superiority to the courtier In his blindness As i to the creatures deeds of devotion and h fidelity to three whom he deems It i inexpedient to chew they are mostly narrated by those who have not in salad the example of little George Washington Let the good work now begun go on until the entire plague tit bosetters dlstippolnters gravy hounds slrlolnera manglers bedrag elers salcltsad h rn grants RkyoodleS intoltcrs dtlmns tIons great scots and miscellaneous afflictions arc a memory and a tradi tion of the unaalnlly past The or ganization of the AntiDog League thatUsLong Intervals from each other that they are almost unable to assemble However an orgaalzAtlon of doe sictera was effected In Washington ta a IcenUy wbtcb was able to elect a permanent chairmen and a correspond tog eecretaiy Until a more numer ous gathering Of delegates Is tarrapga0+ other offices of the organization re main vacant tot lack of persons to fiR themsWomennriclJ sMatrmony Those keep a clbso watch on womens way profess to see a de tided falling off In enthusiasm i among the fair sex cozy cdtnlak the t l right addopportnnityto codk andto Increasing hells 1n which they may- A Und a chance to earn money or gain a livelihood Women lU to had out saydact0senkuidentof this burning question that work is work l after sit and that competition grows ferccr nil the time Young women I Iwbo come from the country districts andtI soon that ii Is a struggle1 harder than say they might encounter at home Tea their viewsCchange and they begin to HkltJk much better ot matrimony as a Vocation than they did before It will newfeelingwillUse present rush of women Into laU i avenues bf labor but t1iere will be km dortfn time and the rush will sb side The ihadow of lalcpeade e- aattterthan tbe substance Is all that- reany women gain and this isslowly routed j Easterners generally do not realize Californiai4 1Mra that ib Aahetesidunded tiy I the Spaniards In 1781 and named ta t aet1alue Nuestra JSenbri Iav Jleina de t iea Aagelcs City of Our Lady the i I Queea of tho AnZelsis 4S3m1Ies I I Santtrabclico iIIf gsetlc spelling allover the United pronounceJk An Italian was A owavay ftp t iwaraoir a itearflerS6ifch arrived II bew York a few days pgo This wls t yds fourth appearance in the role aL6 lM is now rtlbIJ lea tbaekto Geala on the thtVt ikaiflK3beenwdtpdrtedds j Jif W ir BUTTER WITH THE ELGIN STAMP AND CANADIAN CHEESE ALSO Come From Minncsota According To the Tales Told Chicago Councilmen Roasting Chickens Kept From November Until July and Pot Boilers From July Until December The Beef Packers War On Inspection Washington D C President Roosevelt advocacy of tho farreach lug Beyeridge meat inspection amendment to tho agricultural bill has touchod a live wlro throughout tho country From every western state where the raising of cattle sheep or hogs U nn important Industry telegrams are pouring Into tho whit house nail to the congressional dlJle gallons of these states urging that the Nelll Reynolds report on Chicago parking house conditions be not published because ofnclal tredenfe for such a criticism will bar American meat from the fdrclgn market and demoralize tho home market On the other hand Representative Williams tho minority loader and lleprosontritlvd Sulser of Now York Tuesday Introduced resolutions one calling upon the secretary of com mere and later and the other on tho president to send to congress tho NelirReyiioWs report The friends of the DuyerUIgo amendment for whom the NelllReynolds report In all Its mrhored horror has been an effect ive ally declare that these rosolu tions even If adopted will never drew forth the report They say it is n prl vate report the result of an Investigation made at the presidents private ordor and therefore that the pros dent is nat obUged to transmit It to congress no waiter what may bo tho demand Without scandal if possible but with scandal if neceaaary has turn the presidents plan of action In sup porting the Boverldge amendment lIe has thus far told all who requested him to hold up the XeUlKoynoldft jv port that he would not publish It un less the packers sought to oppose tbfl Beverldgemeat Inspection amendment in Its substance Out the president Is thoroughly sensible of the uneajilnes of the cattle sheep and hog raliini interests which have expanded during the last deoada largely by reason of the Immense upbuilding of tile foreign trade Senator Warren of Wyoming was at tko white house In connection with tile matter Tuesday Chicago III AgenU of the beel packers were busy Wednesday marshal tag tke politicians summoning those with iKjwcr and hearing those that B0y or carT be used to defeat In tfe lower branch of congrese the Bev erldg Inspection law Inlarostlng dlelaauroa were btougbt oht bring the inquiry by the aider men as follows Roasting chjckens are kept from November until the following July while pot boner are kept from July until December Eggs nra kept fresh from March and April hintll September and often until the following February The average term of poultry and oggsin cold toragets nine tnonths Batter and cheese made In MInnaso ta are marked Elgin and Canada anfl arp sold to people desiring these brands Chicago dairy products and poultry are shipped east and sold In New York as choice Sew Oersey productsThis Information was brought out Shen dofd storrfge men opposed tho ordinance a clause of which provides that all cold storage articles must he stamped with tho date of receipt at the warehouses According to the testimony given before the judlclary ornmlltee of the city council bj omnilsslon men who it reVettlng forth their objections to fending cold storage ordinance lgn butter is matte In Minnesota iNew Jersey chickens grow fat Jn Iowa and Canadian cheese is Importer from Indiana and other sUtet t Tho ending ordinance provides that ail com storage articles bo stamped Hiilh the date on which they were received In the warehouse NEW YORK LAWYER Tells TriptNew YorkTho place where the sausago casings are prepared In dark damp and unventilated Tho odor was foul No fresh entrails could have emitted the odors present ThlipTparagraplr from a report ren Thomas II McKee O Noll Broadway explains why the beef combine is battling both tbq Bevy eredlce amendment and submission of the el111tauold8 report to congrese Nelll and Reynolds have boen in comp munlcatlon with McKee Among the packing houses McKee explored were Sagas Armours lcell1k 1 theStanrdto a- A BRAVE WOMAN e StandingroZer f Kansas ciiy MoAt rndepenS ence Mo rc t here Mrs W T Canij n4rQIt IrtCwry the woman grappled wlUi th burglar In the etruggl9 both von fc jpulyjcut Theman escaped or hung In line which had boon con demne1 A truck loadoil with chopped up condemned hogs Was in nty ntOaJo once I followed It lt was placed 11 one of the tanks from which Ian comes I asked particularly about this anti the government Inspector OB well as Supt Hull stated that lard and fc tllUer would be the product of that tankOf the six condemned hogs two wore aflllctwl with cholura Three nero marked tubercular Tho nlittli I had an ulcer A Washington dispatch to theller aid Is as follows y I President Roosovolfs tiGht for a tar reaching law to compel federal sani lacy regulation and Inspection of the mEat Industry Is narrowing down to H question of rourt review just ng In the rate bill fight The Bererfde amendment provides that the secretary of agriculture upon learning that the packing houses are not ranltary Vlth In the meaning of rules nu regula riona by him prescribed may forbfcl meat packers to otter or rallroadJi to receive for Interstate trahsportijtor the meats or meat products ofihal eatablUhrnent jUplon Sinclair Wednesday aid that lit to continu Itt fight rin I the beef men If the parkers do nnt get me out of the way Mr Slnolalt t received warnings Wednoeday frost friends In Parkingtown Chicago that his life Is In danger The general public are so dliisali fled with the limited Inform llongtVon out that leading citizens aro bt np asked to write their senators and con crossmon to demand that tho full complete report of Commissioners Nelll and Reynolds be made publfrk New YorkA Washington spefcta ays President Roosevelt has decided to play hi strangest card In a supreme effort to bring the beef combine Ie I time it was announced at the whlu house Thursday night tbat he woaliiI on Monday send to congress the Kdill Rqjaolds report on pairing ken e onn dltlons In Cblcago Accompanied Wilk a massage urging the ImmMKato pas age of the BweHdSf fetMtMNHk ic the agricultural Mil prevldei for strict sanitary rrtmkntan of ai I duced meats and meet products therein pro tlllIfor the Bfevefldge aoifnimfiit wblth Chairman Wadswertb nail members 0i I the house agricultural committee have been working to frame and itfctrb they have announced will be Mtttofaetory I to the president and packers allki Senator UeverMg dcrlarits sad hit j declaration may be add to be tile plat form of the administration If the conditions shown In the NeiltReynaldi report are true the Htverldg amcrd went should become a law if they arC not true the peels O of the Beir Idgo amendment Is the only tbnl which will assure thB Amwlean people that they are not tee Washington D Rcresontstivc Crumpacker of butane Introduced a bill Thursday as n riutotluitt IDlpldtollII thority which may bo vested In the secretary ot agriculture apt lifts till authority so fas not to conflict wltl thc polled powers of the state Edward Gudahy head of theCndnhj Packing Co of Omaha has written I members of the Nebraska delegation in congress protesting against the Beve idee moat Inspection amendment In the agricultural appropriation bill He objects to the provision compelling the packers to pay for the lnspellor drawtlttChicago 1l1A Washington spe cial says that the inauguration Of a crusade to bring the beet trust to time was announced at the conclusion if a conference at the white houses At which the following were In nnceJThe president Secretary of Xirl culture Wilson Commissioner ot Cor po rations GarfkMfSenator Never ge Commissioner of Labor Nelllf Special Cpmmlsxloner James B Reynoldaj ntj investigated the conditions at the Chicago stock yards Alonzo IX Melvln chief of the bureau of animal Industry of tbe agricultural department And George P McCabe solicitor of the de partment of Attorney titehousej and wttH In conEultatlonwith the preel- I dent on the same general Bubjefct =EXCURSION STEAMER flizeclarid Fifteen Persons Ar j Bed to Have Perished trI fRlsa The cxtforelon steamer Vlma barqueneeyeous are believed to have perijWfcd Blcven bodies were recovered roBrue Iowf he decks of ihe leamerwiicn hwae raised TheVtma had 4 lIt started for Dubbeln a nelgbbptac oIrfUIs rrfrt DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR BILL CARRYING AN APPROPRIATION OP 2734669 PASSED IN HOUSE Salary ofAmbastador to Japan Cut tOI 52000 and Three Ministers Sal arles Cut to 10000 Washington t CTha democrats of the house resumed tholr 1111 bustorls tactics Thursday and de mantled roll calls on every possible parliamentary point Notwithstanding three tedious dulayu thu house passed the diplomatic mud consular appropria tion bills carrying nn appropriation ol 2738U9 A number of amendments wero adopted chlot among which were changing the salary of the ambatisadoi to Japan from = 17600 to 12000 and fixing the salaries of the mtnlBtem to Belgium tho Netherlands and Lux- emburg to 10000 per year Instead of 12000 ns fixed by tho bill when orig dually reported v Washington June 1The republican managers In tho house stated that the conferonco report on the statehood bill would be made Friday or at tho latvni Saturday This roport will be nu agreement on the baste of the Foroker amendment of a ear xgo which pro vldoa that the people of Arltona and New Mexico may vote on thu question of joint statehood at n regular lee tion held for tho purpose of electing a delegate to cotfgrGfcS The amendment Is to be reported exactly nl it was introduced a year ago by Mr For okor In tho senate At Thursdays session of the eon foronce It was agreed that Outhrle should bo made tho now capital of the state of Oklahoma until 1911 with cer lain restrictions ns to the amount of nanny which may be expended priM to that date At that time a rote Is to ho taken tor the selection of a capita site Washington June 1 Conferee on the army appropriation bill came to a complete agreement and the report will be made to the house and senate The seiunto receded from He amend moat giving the grade tit rnnjor sen oral to brigadier gunntaU on Ute ao five list who served In the civil war and this provision will tie cllmlBafud The appropriation to constraot a Mitt tary cable train Key Wont to Quanton ante Cuba and thence to be canal zone was stricken out The tnuwport amendment was agreed to It fortilds the use of the vessels except for array purpose This peclal aascnilmwit approprlat Ing 1000000 tor tIm participation nt regular aoldlera la taaneuvera and x oralSM with tko stale millU wee agreed to KNOX INDEMNITY BILL Passed In the Senate After Which an Executive Session Was Held Washington n C Tho senate passed the Knox Indemnity Wit and the omnibus lighthouse bill sad with prat tically no deems pAMQd the Military 9n111f0ftD11Itrona bill by a mottos at 2 p m to go into executive seaatea Most of the afternoon was devoted to dOnsWerntton In oxctMitlve sescfcHi of the nomination of nudge James Wlckerabatn to be judse of the United Stated INUit court for the district of Alaska but he was not confirmedMILLIONAIRE BANKER Killed In Automobile Colllilcn Two Other Persons Injured Buffalo N Y Pendennls White a millionaire banker and lumberman was filled and Edwin A Ilflll and Richard IL Lyman stock broker Yore Injured in acolllslon between an automobile and a trolley car on tier I tel avenne They wero badly rut but miraculously escaped with a few bruises IJandonnla White was 48 years of ago He was a member of the firm of White Gratwlck k Mitchell wholesale lumber dealers of North Tonawundo 7 After the Steel Corporation Washington 11 C jtcpresentatlve darner ot Texas Introduced a resolu lion directing thesecretary of com I merce and labor to ascertain If there is n difference In the price at home anl abroad of Iron nail steel products also to ascertain whether I He United States Steel corporation owns or controla other corporation II In violation of the Sherman antltnut Jaw Chairman TaggarteAppointmentsI- ndianapolis IndThe members of the subconimlttce of the dour ocratic national committee opK luttd by Chelrmanaftnggattlo assist In thu democratic campaign are as follows J MUuffy1 Pennsylvania R M John soniTXxae J Taylor Ellison Virginia Uioy Woodson Kentucky Roger Sul II van Illinois Timothy E Ryan WIs- consin John T McGraw Wett Vlr glnla DrfWe9ef Dead Rochester Ni YDoctor Louis- A Weigel the flfsVAmerlcan authority onyRoentgen ray dledttt his tome In this city as the direct Result of hla expo nentnl work in that connection The Umpire Chased MJipeapuile JIInn + huiplfe tsve I no as by rithn slaststtsne came from IhdAmeHi In AsibclatKin baseball park Thursday ontf knocked unconscious by a missile which struck hhBOftbe back af5E M head Bertha Xrua 10 Wed r JrJttslf Pnlljsl z Thekiiingagempelar rianbouneed ot theroeraer oflkeKrupU wotk l tp lt tkfTatICafl r WAGES AND THE TARIFF Contention of Free traders That Is Set at Naught by Existing Conditions One Mr Urlckett writes to the Dos t Hernltl assuming thnt the tariff oh watches anoiml to more on the output of n certain watch company tlittn It plly for wnges The conolu Iron IJravnlbotb by Mr Urlckett and the Herald is that tho railway men and others requiring witches have to pay this amount for the timepieces they use in addition to thjilr cost It JIM always been tho contention of the free traders says the Lowell Mass Citizen that high duties so etlmulnted home production that It Boon reduced prices beyoud on profitable point and soon ruined home Industry If the watch business Is so tremendously profitable why do not more peopla make watches Capital Is seeking remunerative investment and watdtmaklnsc is not n monopoly Whenever n trust Is kept ulive by heavy duties on foreign competing products as Is no doubt true In some nscs then Is the time to hamstring tho trust by cutting down the tariff But there are modifying circumstances even here It hamstringing the trust at the same time knocks out a largo number of Independent Industries In the same line as It would in some de partments it Is first to be determined whether bnm stringing wouldnt do more harm than good Letting France and Germany and Switzerland deluge our states with watches ihade on 10 rent n day labor might give our rail road men a cheaper watch but It would also give us a lot of cheap ar thane Ill fares the land to hasten ing Ills a prey where Aveollli aceumu hates and men doeay says Ooldsralth nut tho decay of men Is more to be feared than the accumulation ol wealth These ore some things which have to be endured for tho sake 61 some other things Tho watch tint pamy k about as InnocuoIR not to say boanflcfal an industrial concern us there Is in the country Its labor If of a high Its product laudolont wttbadlIlI QlviHwtloh arid U fa a uridti to the nation And It you can not afford a Waltham watch why there IB ahvaya the Waterbury cr the ingersoH UMPED GOOD AND HARD 7ffna acbu8ttt Bopubllcan Tariff Re- vtslORlstJi Given the Twenty Throe Brna4 Some of lheMat arhiwoiu eensrrasr men have been tkrawu down MI hard that they can feel Uiebunipi The are nut on the head Those boar tateaown stuck to tkalr dPt rm natlou to fare a pap r circulated for Uo wit big of a Republican caucus ot ron reumen to deride what might be done shout revising the tariff They sot only nine slgtMiliiras oataMe ol ibeMaaxichHsotts itelrgaiioD anya tin Worcester Telegram they died In ike heat of their t r tile Pfof nonsense yov noy ho will air be defeat heat epee loU and they red no tot ol men frets MinacUt dettenetl are qllltlk ezeeultod t1UifJmI Ntt7 have worn free hId4Wf rB5ftrjson their barks ever Mince thrtNrVtjht to Wash ington and Wok tbelr late afeypheu at the right band oj bffeal RepntK en figures They did not pave ilia rout ago to take tile platen off They ww tuck on with Boston glue anal dnwl with the Whitney east Wind They wore repeatedly told by Republkru front other parts of the country that the people wilt not submit toa rev Idnof the tariff but they would not teller end said they would lobe their ok Their jobs have lost them Tfacy are wandering around Washington raiicusleM and forlorn Massachu setts stays in the union and in ama poritywithout them There are some baproudbut the consntismcn can hide I si often as they Hkj missed They havo been sklJiiooed VMMUMM HMM i NMM MM POLlTIOAUTICKtHOS- CTThe gold standard vindicate itself wherever It la giveni fair trial Mexico which bad been on a silver basis for hundreds of years adopted the gold standard n few month ago and reports thatll has ticvvr been so pronperous while its business is on la sounder basis And Increasing more mpjdly than was ever tbe case before Troy Times OEvcn after weeks of oratory UHJ Democratic senators are nimbi to mother caucus to select a party l alI m the rate bill ThD speeches mifst acct a convincing quality when even he opposition Is unablw to tcl where t Is atSt Louis OloboDcmocr- atcyjfov is the time for Bryan to ipeak says Col Watteroonw By all ncanv Let him fire away at the icatbcn In Asia nail keep it up as cog as the heathen will stand Ittansas City Journal 7Tbe Republican congress cam paign committee is tp adopt as Its ilpgan for this rails congress elecf Ions Stand by Jloosovelt o ir Bryan does not care to ran tor the pre iduncy again unless the lstantelJ seem to demand it met at Ibe proper time ho will make the circuaPltaaeesbImaollrChlcago Tri bone cylinder no circumstances Mil Grover Cleveland accept another rprear lentlfl nomination Neither Will Ir aa urilcss Thafa the dllCort jiice iDptOR Heraldn e7lInorltr Leader Williams ViiI bn- emembet ed as the mart whir red1dt J that thelmtJlocmtl party 1t i d lollunnetklgStJ Ito H I MoIJI iiao- f ratI r If 4 MORAL PRINCIPLE The Lack Is That Our Performances j Cannot Keep Up with Our Ideate It U the fashion uowndara to deplore tho general want of mortl principle Wo all eoutlnually deplore it Why should we not T Yet aa a matter of tart there Is rather more of moral principle abroad In the land than there over was More deularoa the New York Mall Moral principle never cut so largo a tlg ure in the affairs of this American people as It does now The number of of fences against the moral and legal erodes has enormously fucreated Our godly ancestors had one moral qualm wltsrsr we have SO It nevor octurred to them that a lottery gas wrong or that it wass wicked to drink ruin or to whip a child or a wife or to beat n horse or an ox wIthin an Itch of IU life pr to enslave the blurk man and hOlt nod debauch the red man Nine outof ten of the little conscientious nlrcUoji of life are dill aoverlM of tho last 60 years Moreo tests to do all nortaof good work and allklnda of reform wore created In the nlnMe nti century than hBdllfuf- ormed or oven thouphtof bolero from the beginning of tbo world Moral prln clple We havo vat tOrN of It more In fact than we know what to ivi with The trouble ta flint our perform nee cannot keep sp with our princi ples We roallzo Wtterty tho Md Rip that mats between nur moral IdMln end oar moral prartkos But whY should wo be tlUconmfyxl on that ar eount Wo have markml out a letter raid for our fret to follow than th mind of man over dreamed bofor e All we have to Co sow is to travel It c in ttMratly It ta hard but lot us btP gimp at loant that we have entered on the waJCllaJeUleO1ttttZu n MOROCCO AND ALCOHOL Attitude of the European Powers Upon n Question Vital to the Country Welfare Vr Cunningham wli kaowiiam aft aHtkorliy OD MON n haa wrHten to the pea It very strongly upon thesakjetefprubibftlng heiwio of Intoxteatlng In Monaco U will irtiromaatbored tbm lit the At ce lra cunfonmr the oibir lay Ibn Moorish delegate pnimwu ilia tail el UMMt prohibitive duty Hhnuld be im posed upon the Introdntion ortatoa- InSte lain hla country 1 ho pntponu was unanimously rrpeied with MtiHl ed fwrilHK of muttcemcnt ana jmuyanre That oayn Mr Urnbutu means That the iini nl of bump ta la favor of farcins the free entry of aleobottc Ikjiwr Into II rountry lu which their tae III sot Poly prtiklblim by sisters Mt oleo by religion There are earn who still remetuber wit ii shame the ton Ing tf opium or thr Chinese at the point of ih bayonet in the name of JrfONl und Cbrtaliaalty The Moore art surely Jeraylnx fat enough politically says Cite NIlon1 Advocate It la roc to and save them and not la ttbiejpratc their ruin by the lmpoaltlonrntanateria able trafAe Effect of Altobol Dr Mttnrn of QlMgoW wiyai teen- utter nwtIMIIlO quaalltcsof altobol the VOSMU of the skin dilute nod thus a larger quantity of Moist is capered 10 the tooling or hiatliifrlnfluento of the surrounding medium ilen and animule after the ImWtton ot alcohol are more at the merry of their ettvlronment fll cold will no longer make their blood vew M aon ract On iho other hand We have reHson to boliere that when the surrounding air Is warmer than the bloodalcobol will wine tho Tempera ture Ruoha result boluKkfacllttatMl by a colncldent dlmlnutlonof itlraplra Uoii We nay thus lndMhlt neo hot In any done perhaPs lowers tern pcrnture cnomblnfd wltu external cold and that It raffles temperature when taken In n tropical atmosphere I They Dont Pay Tho SAloon doesnt pay As an economic measure it Is an absolute failure Tho only man who makes money out bf the saloon is the keeper In Monmouth ilL slK saloons were licensed at flOOd oath and paid their license fees and be an injalness In loss than tVdTOcoks from the time the COODHce 6 teas Verb paid in and tho Boons Optinfd tho city fathers voted an aiiproprlatlon of 5300 for additional pollco protection to take caro of tho extra business those saloons wero thrusting upon the city Worth Llttleandeed Darling be said hoarsely I love you better than my very life r And qnd auppose H should refuse you asked the beautiful girl Then I ftaould klltmyuolf aroclous Y6br life must be worth B great dVil Chicago Daily News t- Pleas4Yatlent l IHPJorl1 ycu quite Jiure Ucr Kered tbltIllmldttouti lady ttlatL1eii tan ex tracttny UtlhTvlthout paint ti Burel rcpllea the iMi2esl dentist t t inJure 1onesii1Why you tlioujd hear thb plowing tcsttmbalat rtaKJl atleht gave rao WwHt Watt In IVIoW1 Rd said the Ydbsatlonho ex pertwcfdrwhUe UwWptHIng hW teeG visa Rt e ktfuVa fil Ito wlshe AfricanIcrecodlle J i I A1It J CEMENT TROUGH A Job Which Any Farmer Can Do Deter and Cheaper Than One BOllt nf Wood The ability to do things well and K vrartimanllke and substantial ma ner ft not noMosied by every arm Yet to make a cement watering tank dON not toqulro the mechanical to that It be to construct one of woo The lower Illustration on this pap hows the eta e mold for a 35barrol M0ir FORrFIFYTTIIOIO 1A1YTHt TJtUIQU CuUILhTlfl rtsuna 9kUieiymade by Mr id- Gcudwhi county Ohio luyi the Ohio Farmer After excavating tbc foundation wss built to about inn level of the ground Tho stave were then put in plato and Qlllpg wlib ccn cmtetwpe u tnu9d to the top In lrunKtinU thIS Unks rv- escrtkll hit Iron bars were leibedded tn the CCJn rte during censtruetlon while around the circumference n nuiii bw of wir hoops were HKewhclm teihtad The material wits anlxe t ea follow Cn eked atone Wtht parts t send thrM parts einwnt one part ThM upn r IllMiratlou shows tho Jin itbttl tank A BEETS AND CARROTS Both Are Excellent Sofa Frf Thomas Sbaw nat Too Expensive a reed A UlnrDMn of Abbotofortl MidI U tfetrfroiM ut Ittgag out toe value nf tugs heel sad oHrrots for Wry uwe Jilt seka tortJte 1Q11Q- uf othftra wW have fill lhe baler kwte snake an ezceIleat- tar teat dairy cattle but the toot of revfng thorn Is wore than the ott ef HMwInK benn whero rueta crew tif1IOf d lry caws reant Ni Are uwwJIy preferred to sugar tee ets Tim touMXc of manacVs II consider ably gtpeand Ui labor to alb eon ildoraMy tees Pot milk production the rtlffweiHe IB value of the two to not great pound for pound bt taeet aloe of the cuter belt II more In Jtieolne animate CurruU are excellent for milch cows appllnp ot to agar beets ihqt II the labor An wJlh theim The labor however Is much Influenced br tke variety grown the Mastodon o larks wbMe variety being one at the kat TWO DAIRYINODELUSIONS Xlstaken Ideas Which Farmers Have I itXfga dfuK 3oor Cows rind Mar J fictQuotatI6nf I fiowe one says that It all the row were brought up to a high standard of production It would bring down the price of the product said W D Hoard rf Wtaconnln at the late Illinois eta toturcfarmers Ini ltute Keeping poor lit cows for tb4 purpose of folding up prices ot butter an Milk I hard on toe constitution thejturpliis ol dairy iuwlucta comss frfinf tow that brln ix pront to their owners Kllrainue the poor tows and there wllleno cur Bins Too many farmers keep their eyes on the market They cannot affect thr price owe dot or tittle They cnnt they will reduce the cost of production tote of money It to be made by a wjser admlnlntmtlon ot the farm end of the uu8lne S This U the only end that Is wholly within our control Right Here reign supreme the man be llnd the taw IIWate1Tho but practice Is to let cows ret ft ttte water as often as they tike Ih18 Is not always practicable In win ter but they should be watered at leant twice n If the water Is warn that 114 healed so that the chill SI taken off they will be glad to drink lu twice dally even during duel coldest t weather There Is now no ques lion an lo the value of warm water r 1for dairy cows The animals drink I- Imore the production of milk Is not II checked by the animal being com r veiled to drink tee water nail the re turn at the pall is muck gtetontlt n p- wileR beating cf water Is neglected N For Calves Ofttmeal boiled and made Into a- crel and added to tho sweet skimmed e Is one of the best foods for 0 ealvM Add a lltttle flaxseed Jelly t it PcahdWIIIrrilWIIJtigei I r Rln MILK SEPARATION Vrinciplco Qovernlng the Extraction of the Butter Fat from the MI1k i11y Tho force that Is used to separate tha milk Is known oo Qontrlfugal ton I0Jcehbit when n w tht attAched to n handlathe II pullbecomoIn htf old system pf creamInG the separation li caused by the action of lightlerare forced to the top that lsgravlty acts stronger or pulls harder on the tidportiontat the bottom The forcing action tn the separator hAD precisely tho same action on the nillk but acu outwardly from tho cen ter of tho bowl the some as gravity nets downward from the surface only many thousand times stronger nrcom pilshins In a few moments arid tai niont completely what it takcs rnvlty Mvrtral hours to do As Hie milk SON Into tho bowl it li at onto thrown to the outermost pat it and hue the bowl completely until an opening la reached whero It will How out again Tho surface of tho milk Is on a llco parallel with the canter or axle ot t bowl and Is exactly In line with t cream outlet A cros 4iecllon through the bowl from this surface tb the outside pre appearanceIt am as gravllpbl surface which rnUtht bn called the top and the beeV ler portions of the milk at the point fjtrthMl from tho confer which would rcprvtent the bottom With this understanding of the nnitementjor Hip In the ail there aroo number of things tp bt observed wh l1lnl1uenr the acedrn tlch The dlffercnco Jn length of time takes tp separate cream by gravity al by ccntrlfiiRcl force shows plainly tb the tlme varies with the amount forte spoiled The shorter tho time 1 greater the force meet be Skimmilk from the separator cor taut lest tat than that secured by ibo gravity system showing that the g cr tort sauna more perfect sepal lion From the above statement the t lowag ooncluttofii regarding theute of the separator may be drawn t If the amount of milk that Faaaae through the iopamtor In liven time la a Axed quantity a InrrMfO In the speed of ties machine will tend to eaute closer slimming cants of ribs groat r force exerted 2 If ttin amount of milk 11 tusre throvgh In a gimp time It 1 cr eMtf slid the speed remains t MHO tar klmmHiff will not be co per fact for tha centrifugal force Is not ii r eU oil the milk m long a time It Is evident therefore that tM oltAientM of fVlmmlng Is the result ot two fMtors time and tarts IfCllber thane U decreaiwi Ui result will Ve poorer work If either Is tnereas getter work will result A BARNYARD SHED Should Ho AlwAYS Accessible for Cows as Protection train Storms w barnyards ors complete withcutgreed having n shod under which the co can lit during summer nights otterI tty have been driven In from the y CONVENIENTLY AnnA OCD BAit N YAltb SHED sari thus be sheltered from any o- ehowers or 8torroslhnl may occdr Ik winter tych protection Is even moreea rentlal whero flock Is accustomed to derty pinto under which to feed cheep The cutMtaken from the Farm and Home shows hi w n shed for this purpose may be built It can be made elaborate und nice of coarse but when constructed 06 plainIan material Is not pear so costly aatf Jut as serviceable f COW 15L1lS v V It pays to bo amiable in the cow table Sell the butterfat cud feed thi sklramllk Never strlko a cow Never speak roughly to her a For dairy sows lover tray Islwor th more than timothy A gouda proJScrly kept cow stable has no offensive odor Land platter should be used freel tt the stables to absorb odors Pet tko cowflt pet the helfers glvr them a little sugar with th salt usar Vlll1 Jylp gentle any cci thai inclined to be nervous andkwlfd1 Try It Usi snail tla palls or buckets fov h- thltalv s and wasb and aLjii t ds tiAretlBabeocl tcMorehhtjllallT t r tlI I l 0t 1 1i f y VICTORY OF GOVERNMENTI Triumph of AntiTrust Law Hetacts Credit Upon Kepublican Administration j The complete curronder of Ute ja per trust of the northwost In the ac tlon brought by Iho attonty gondral cf the United Status bultreneca strong ly the antitrust law Tho triumph of the government In this ease Is par licularly noticeable says the Tr Times because It was the result of decision by the United States supreme scurf wltntmcs to testify and overruling theIr objection that tho tostlraony might incriminate the itlvoii or their corporations I Moreover the result Is substantial ly an admission that manufacturlhg corporations which establish a cot mon sales agency and thus limit the power of competition have forted a combination In restraint of trade Similar action by railroad companies in pooling traffic had already been d0 darted Illegal but the decision at that time did not tutor manufacturing cbr poratlons Whilo In the paper trust taco It cannot be definitely stated the scope of tho law Is so far reaching1 nil tho Indications of the knots coo courts decision and of the aurrond by the defense point that way Uecont litigation and Us result have established two things vwy clearly First that the power of fix Istlng statutes to control oppressive and restricting combinations In trade Is very groat and second that tho vigiheIt r Roofovolt and his subordinates in executive olUco have mown again and again tholr fldollty to tho dutloo 1m jxjiodupon thom and their detcnnlnn IndqtaUgl1those huge combinations of capital that have taken the place and havo exercised the authority of tho feudal ism of tho mlddlo ages ARE DOING WELL ENOUGH Radical Revision of the Tariff Would Jruptdo Our Present Nn itfloral Progress shorttpsic e addptrdbe by f Kansas It is a model that might well bo copied ears the Springfield Mass Union diry Y DinglalI Of eoarM WB want to snake progress 11 stead still U to Invite defeat We can revtce the tariff In advance but it Insyubeail t1eon nome lt8 hi8tral condition lint might well bit downIA ahb o prny ant pro prlty- Ve may well pnM laws to roatrlct treat corporations and compel the wjiuire deal but It i would be inll nltcly Hbtunl to rrvoluilonlre con dI flaw and hamper the progress of hUll tvsttrlctledvv c great cor pontlon to trent every man alike itnd by o doing would we add to the gene J proererny but to restrict corpo 1lIItILet well enough ulone and correct the evils Evil will always exist The of men will compel restrictive tlwsiwe s I mee1ln try to the present high markbf pros rerltr REWARD ISDESERVED CountryiThntKnowsiEnoiigh tD Leg slate for Its Own PeopleIIt will not be amiss to nut on ree that whllo rovlslqnlsts pro ram pant taiidatters oro JuBtlfled In demanding that Wo let well enbugh stare On December 18r 1905 Urad streets said in IU weekly review JloporlB from all oralthe COlinItry are unanimous that al records for thin stage of the season hn been surpassed r The Springfield Republic Oem In Its financial review of I the Monday it oven stronger In the following scalene Everywhere appear evidences uhdlmlnlRhml slr ngth In the fare making for a wonderfully prontaU season In trade Jt is without dou the most bountiful holiday period over known In the experience of the American people Wet need only chnjnlclo these J atemonta IDA the AmerlQan Econ 1 onilst No cctnmcnt is necessary beyond a rejoicing that B country that Knows enough to IlglilaleotbrfllP own people should reapvCtf irdpu deserve 0 rV KMr Bryan Is neither a succ hsful 1beltevery wind thut blowi las ltu kin first prosldeptla4a pan bat ncvei state lIltI cs ife 4l fiacrlflcd e support ofbU formWuppdrters 1 wHhoutgoInlnatJtU rfth coHBorva swho will nbVer stn Jlr lJrantlmsto C Uolg long out of With tho btoadylvicep tit fecw pollcl 8 are tOucH p IItlc fn Ui8jiawnOfthA tau eaIetu ctytrry f r set r1 1tr l 5 TROUBLE WITH ZULUS t 1 SLACKS OF NATAI SEEP EJIQ LAND IN UNRESTii i Natives Are Considered Boys Until They Kill In Bottle Hence the Warlike OutrybreaksLondonThe native uprising In Jsatnl la beginning to assume such proportions that It Is causing serious 1anxiety and South Africans gencrajly gravltroubles e sooner or later Whether It will come risinglr fn o teas of the military measures whinythe Natal government Is now The rebel chief Hambata y a force variously estimated at from 3000 to 5000 commands the main body of the rebels but the obitabodies are probably not large a Itseem to be scattered widely In mobile companies lu the bush v One eight lately Mr Stalnbank the ernglishmaglstrate In the Mahlabatlnl dlxtrlot of Zululnnd was shot dead 8vhlle using the laid telephone I 9 Eshowe His oscort of three troupe fulled to capture the murderers T1 scene of the murder IB close to t battlefleld of Ulundl where the Zulu wilt ended Jt Is not thought that the murderers belong to IIambnlAre force who are not likely to be so far from their center at Nandhla and It IIti feared It marks the development of a fresh renter of rebellionlCol Mackenzie who Is In supreme J military command In Natal with a column Including a Putch contingent which volunteered from the Transvaal and Ito stonH Irregular tierce left Dundee for some destination In Zulu land which up to the present has not ben revealed The gravity of the situation unless the expedition against the natives speedily Riiccesfcful cannot be eXIt goratcd according to South Africans The reason for the Sudden violent na five outbreak is disputed Some de jlare that Ibnp seething discontent was brought to a dead by the collec tion bf the hut tux which Is now pro ceeding but the tax which has long been pull seems for the most part to be coming In quietly Others bollcvo that the present generation deprived by long poace of tho opportunity oft blooding their assegais have gone on tl1ewjlrpath In order to do so and thus become men fn the Zulu son ss pf tho word and avoid trio ignominy of remaining boys SPURIOUS COINS IN GRAVE Unaccountable Presence of Counter felts in Recently Opened Sepulchre St Louis Counterfeit coins bearing the date of 1S99 and 1697 found In th etgrave of a plan who died IS years a furnish a puisle for the secret service agoUtI at St Louis The wine were uneerthetl near Arden Douglas coun ty 310 recently when the body of John Keenan was disinterred by relit fives for removal to California Lea T Phllpot secret service agent returned dram that locality with ut the spurious coins which he recov ered from D H Quick a farmer tot Philpotwaalabels the money tame from and there PIe no truces of any bad money having been in circulation there re curtly The plant is supposed to be an old one made by tome counterfeit er who picked out A grave as the place least likely to be discovered In cose of n search The coins are btdly rvsted but Some of them are good Imitation The col Celton hi llldcs 1k iW halt dole Ian arid 16 quarters Keenan und his IseiBoth died about the same time JPhllpot searched an old cabin where tbcy lived for countsrfelUag tool but found none MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati ATTL Fair aL t ty 6ro iC1100S jLboIra packers CoOIi SB UlYtIJtiFCIIItNfoI1nllLWHEATNo 2 red g9 4 OHN No i mlxrii OATSNO mixed fD beHAY CJiolcis Umllth UIC Ii oldsCeBUTTBRrholce tr ul btChoice Creamtry tttwo IIbl G U IOTATOESJlcr bill Z 50 p75 tt 1 6MOld V 2 CHICAGO 739D WJiNot 8t4 ie icon sI i es H sn OATSNo 2 mixed ft at s RIOIiKaesa choice prime 1G J4 Y11tIS LAIUJ rfln8 items v a NYOmrTrUit il Da a emu 4COKXNo Si7tYBPORKwMn prim r IT CO Ml M 6AnDWma titpam ali W S SV ed1JALTI1fOjLC WHEATNO j red 0 ripCATTL1Stb L ipaauoodio choke 0 ft8 C9G LOUISVILLE qoj JVlIEAT fCt an COItN Yoiwhite w- POltlt OATBXo d Afvte brim IsLAKUlrlme strata tltgtAivArtltls s GArrLErrfmJteer i 51S itSl5O liJfOO Uetl icBUKElUtaf Kradtf ii kjis Il J qt p Berea College W r t BOUNDED 1855 if lJPEACES THEiBEST JEDVGATION IN REAeH0FAl v t 1 Over 40 Teachersand 900 Students from 28 States targes College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS i APPLIED SCIENCETwo years Course wltbt agriculture for JaBg tier and Domestic Science for joung ladies rTRADE SCHOOLS Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing tvrai ears J j NORMAL COURSESFor teachers Three courses leading trCounty Certificate State Certificate amlStato Diploma ACADEMY COURSESFour fear fitting for College for bualeepew- nd for life V s ABl1ccalaurcatoMUSIC Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory f We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian V education Our instructions aAce gifti t Studeritapayu small jncidentali tofro to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and mtiet alaav boxed in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks lacy W bbrought within S20CO Viotcraermot 11 weeks JJ27OQ Sprhig terav fof 11 weeks S2425 Fall term opened September 13 Winter term opened January 3 and Spring term will open March 21 J The School is endorsed by Baptists Christiana Disciples C JI iionallsts Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations j I I 4- ltorllntorlnat3oallnd f f friendly advice address the Secretaryw J WILT G GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky G 1 4rrK1tJ JtlJVJ eIJIJMvzlyJtU JV7 JJQeGe I RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Phone 188 Richmond Ky l 1s 0OUT FLOWERS Iii DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTSe t 11 A 0 Pw n D lh 3CrOO v r prrrrrrrrrrrrKeatrrrtan rrrpxrr 1retrrrrrrraetlrrrrrrrr Furniture Carpets Matting 1 iandLace Curtains fj In Take a look through our stockit will supprioe you how well z g x and how reasonably we can supply your cants c S II New Florence drop lop hallbearing Sewing Machines of j x 25530and S35 worth S50 SCO and S05 rVo J CRUTCHER EVANS Richmond Ky S L I IlaylIwna7a11ghUboue6era kkkAkSCitktakilAAail4kkAltCIk a OtkAitkilifAkaktrtAititititAicililAit tq t4 Carriage Satisfaction Here l Buggies i Phaetons Runbqut3 I Surries Trapa Durablo f1 Graceful J Useful Comfortable a Stylish o Ow Ve4zletee tee story ODeCr AfLrSS ip wheel lh itt1aisa Mii Lriatmlags No other sort gIve the satlsfaolioa oa t 1 ftNoNOW Frieze down to jRockbottpmQunliUys up tp TopKotcb Ws repaint ctrpair and rtrtlrs Got our prices J KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS Co y HIGGIrS Prop RkbeaeralaEt 10 I M dson COUnty 1OUerlti- IdFlgddds M1Is tzc MRnutlcturers IFaeyII JJCII Flew Gri4Mea1 SbirStuff CrVSKdCom Etc j bOtW UOLDDUSTm Roder FI4br wIN bc Marl N belt r fItDIS OIZa MADI30iYI lt aeothoht 11 +Irt Ftour hII JMic Ctl I I Jrp ttsIUelSon i ariKIf CW AJ f fa J erg w Z r JViI 6IALI S ou1 Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I H for Men 300 250 and 200 for Ioys 200 and 175 for Youths j The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is renown I ererywhtre throughout the world They hart to give better tatltfactlon than other makes because the standard has always been placed to high that the Wear en expect more for their money than they can jtt elsewhere 1 We carry a full line and can Insure a perfect f fit fO iaspectlon invited COYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY i Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES L IL T 1i I I I H lMttIF The parents of Charles and Ear nest Bender from Edlnburg Ohio are hero to attend Commencement W D Logsdon aud wife drove to Richmond to attend court Monday Mr and Mra Royston were also there for the same purposo Mr C C McWhorter died at Paint Lick Sunday morning and was buried at Wallaces chapel Mon day at 11 oclock Rev Mr Tupper of the Citizen was suddenly called away by telegram Saturday night to the dying bed of U S District Attorney R D Hill at Williamsburg Mr Hill died at 1035 Saturday night The funeral was held Monday morning at 1030 John F Dean Harry Miller Ar thur Dailey Hezckiah Washburn Gilbert Combs Francis Clark H H Fellmy Curt Hudson Riley Boggs Perry Jackson are among those who I expect to spend this mention in Sun day School work under the American Sunday School Union William A Adams will teach at Huuuawell Ky this summer Wm Hopkins will teach at Mini tonrille Albert Hobson goes to Virginia as traveling salesman Mrs Robert Cowley left hero last Thursday with her little daughter I for Utica New York where she vis its her mother for a few days before sailing for Europe with Dr Cowley The latter will spend the summer in i London specializing in diseases of the eye Mrs Cowley and Miss Clark of our hospital expect to spend some time in Scotland Hollandand France as well as England David B Wells of Buffalo N Y daysThef Mrs Frenger of Amelia 0 the mother of Herman and Helen Fren ger is here for Commencement hav ing left her home last Thursday She ia the guest while here of Mr and Mrs Grosvenor The students of Major Oroavenor0 o Bible class enjoyed the meeting to gather at his house on Saturday nightMrs Albert Siebel and Miss Clara Schroth of Cincinnati are Commencement visitors guests of Pro ifessor and Mrs Dinsmore I Rev A E Thomson has been hav ing a hard time lately He lost his I umbrella in Cincinnati andexchanged hafs with another man whose head ComingIa that has must lose as a Texan said when a calf raided the clothes line Mrs BeariBger of Lima 0 with her son and daughter Mr Hugh and Mies Edith are in Borea this week ns guests of Mr Cartmell asd wife Mrs Cartmell is another daughter of Mrs Bearingers RN Mitchell indicted in eoa eectioa with the teaeben exwBiw ir I tion scandal was adjudged IInot guilty in court last week We are informed by Mr Mitchell that peremptory instructions for such a ver diet were given by the judge The meeting of the Conversation Club with Professor and Mrs Lewis last Friday night was an enjoyable affair The subject of conversation was the preservation of Niagara from the encroachments of the electric companies Another meeting is on the schedule for Friday night of this week with Rev and Mrs Thomson The entertainment given by the unitedsocieties last Friday night was quite enjoyable It consisted of lit entry exercises contributed by mem bore of the different societies Mr RubyPlayedthe star number Mrs Emily Pawley and daughter of Paint Lick visited Mrs P JtPawley on Sunday James Pawley D and family also paid a visit to the old folksCMiss Luella Rigby a sister of Professor Rigby is visiting in Berea for a time Miss Rigby is a missionary of the M E Womans Board to yearsleaveW A Hillis superintendent of the Central District of the A S S U supcrintendingfor Sunday school work in south eastern Kentucky Eighteen workers 1 have commissions for the work so far i ITbeIt was rather a daring thing tot attempt to give some of the princi pal choruses of the Messiah under all the circumstances andconditions Ilmeasureits leader Mr Rigby are to bo congratulated j The choruses were fine ly rendered the soloists voices were strong and true The quartets se harmonyinthere was no encore ready for the Altogethertheauce and interest of an audience twice as large as it had and it is to be hoped that the chorus will keep if repeattheseother most inspiring ono For unto Us a Child is Born during the hol iday season next Winter Caleb Powers has been tried four times Welchs Grape Juice fort years and found to be the best drink for children women and men If your milk gets sour buy some for the babies Booth on Public square perbottlewill treat them right Subscribe for the Citizen today atl Red Booth near the Lunch Pavilion t Save money by paying today s n yqK I SERMON TO GRADUATES President Fruit T IU Thtw How to Kill o Olaut opeueItsSunday morning The filing In the graduates to take their reserve seats immediately in front of tho pulpit was a sight to gladden ones heart Excellent music drew out our souls in worship Dr Hubbell pres ided Prof Dodge led in prayer The text was from the story of David an Goliath I Samuel 17GO So prevailed over the Philistine with a sling and with a stone ceneIy 1 his fathers farm sixteen miles away to the camp Ho then drew n number of important lessons from the char Woquolinuating classes Wo have no new lesson to teach you at ths last hour Wcndbur Instructions as wo began them years ago by teaching you to be bravo todaythanBible class in Berea Ik is wise to teach by what is called the spiral method comiug back to the samo subject again and again but each timo with a broader sweep and a wider outlook David prevailed over tho Philistine with n sling aud with a stone That is an example for you Tho giants are in your path and you must be fighters or slaves Let me remind you first of all that you have giants to kill in your own justbegunin school and yet you hove sometimes been overcome You go out to meet a world of people who will contradict everything that has been said In tbo sermon this morning We pray for you we hope for you we believe in you but we charge you to watchand pray against your own individual besetting sins You have a goodstart in this warfare The battle with per foughtNofrom temptation nor excuse him if he yieldsAnd because of your peculiar advantages you have a special call like that of David to kill giants in behalf of your country There are Phil istines in our day who are defying the armies of the living God You are to advocate truth to establish ppahdiscoveries manifest the love of God We teach you to make your life choices to pick out our profession your place of residence and your friends all for this armnot for yourI own ease gratification or profit with a view to doing the most good while you live We charge you to do the hard aud difficult things for thev are the only things which are worth doing glantkilllugself forgetfulness do it regardless of the soon of men do it with what weapons are the best in reach- o a matter how humble and do it with that simple faith which makes ready to suffer if need be for a righteous causeIjThereTu nuni perdition to be ufceWhen for he ought to k Dr Wright Sermon CollogoMichwhere he spent so many years as professor of naturalscience Ho n chapelSomewas Dr Wrights subject and his textI throughhefear no evil hepfulInspiringpastures and still waters with whichh hM surrounded us that limited space precludes more extended account of it Niagara sear There is to bo an international treaty between the United States sad Canada to save the Niagara Falh from destruction by commercial eat erpriaea who are using or want to use pforuses than to propel street cure even these other useS may not always bring In no many dollars It is a wise nation that prefers to use the greatest waterfalls in the world to cultivate the love of beauty and the sentiments of wonder and adoration at Gods work ia Nature ome I people love beautiful things as much as corn bread and some even Wrote and the world would be better if the number of these was increased One of the first things that travelers from a Europe want to see is America Is the- thunderlag majesty of Niagara And that reminds us that many thousaada I of people go to Switzerland everyfl ear because of the beauty and mountains there Indeed he inhabitants of Switaeriaad are largely trapported by Ute iaeoeae de t rived from travelers who come to enjoy the beautiful scenery there But America has naturally just as Thedthose of Thuringia and the Hurz in visltetld cause they are not accessible Instead of the magnificent roads broad and hard and almost as smooth as glues that are found in the picturesque of Europe where carriage bi dcycle automobile and toot pnssenger can go with ease and delight wo hero often nothing better than rough trails where horse antI rider are soon woar led Secondly wo do not realize ourselves tho beauties that surround us nor care that our hands should Improve instead of disfiguring what God has made lovely Good roads and careful thought would double and double again tho value of our Kentucky mountains both in money moauyaReuben Douglnt Illll DouglasBillfor the Western District of Kentucky tho government loses a faithful and wise officer the state n valuable and patriotic citizen the cause of Christ a strong wise and efficient worker and his kindred and friends a loving counsellor a faithful friend anda helporInMr Hills boyhood was spent in a poverty incident to loyalty to the Union before and during the war and an open house kept for all uufortu frieudllblpforconsidered a crime by tho enemies of the federal government but he sur mounted all obstacles with a hopeful cheerful atfd dauntless spirit nail at the time of his death was an acknowledged leader in legal affairs ht the state and a man of broad and liberal culture and refinement Ho was a Congregatlonal IIIghlaudlarge and catholic and ho valued givingness and usefulness All who came in contact with Mr Hill loved him compelled ishment folk the largeness of his heart and bore no malice toward him A wide circle mourn with his bereaved Family today and many realize that a Prince has fallen In Isaol Deadas living his life will be an inspiration especially to the mountain boys whom he loved and with whom he Identified himself An ap propriate epitaph for him would be He served his generation and full on sleep TEXAS NEWS Rodgers Tex May 27 To the IMItor of The Clllirn If you can find room in your valu able and highly appreciated paper please publish my letter I will write the my old friends who Hv In my mother state and also to my friends in other states who take the Citizen This in as fine a country ero as I ever saw for the tanner If dont make money It is his own Even if becomes hero poor nd without money he need not bo uneasy for most of tho people hero plenty and are able to lend a helping peopleAndand willing to pick a poor man up and giro him n good chance to make tiring and a good homo If he will try to save what ho makes We have fine cotton this year and fine corn and oats Corn is all by and all of it is as high as a mans head and oats aro all cut Iud in tho shock The farmers say tho oats will run from eighty to one hundred bushels to the acre A man havo to sow his oats but onco ere Then they como up in the fall as a volunteer crop and grow all winter and drake as good n crop the next year as they di at first They grow this way as long as a man want to raise oafs on a piece of land The laud hero sells for from thirty to one hundred dollars per acts Horses awl rowlee are high but cattle are low hogs are high cotton is worth tea and eleven copra a pound and cottonThroughget as fat ae they can be on this food and make more butter than on any other feed tkat can be given Rodgers is a prosperous little town and dose lots of business We want a11of the writers to the Citizen to give us all of the news overy week J Ri Engle Erratic playing in the fifth Inning was responsible for the Faculty be lag defeated ia what was otherwise good prpusse of baseball last Satur day OB Athletic Field TO ClIKK A COD IN ONE DAY kc LAXATIVK BROMO Oulnlnc Ttuleli isz1et4 rdeei Bumoy IM le to cure K W- pyte5ytlapNUrtbooeeehbox sac A good square ptaao for sale or teat at OuiMtaai the luraUure tuna L I 1 YouI I I Forget 1 i I Its easy to forget Especially to overlook the little things In the rush to get ready for your vacation dont forget the little needsI that you are likely to want badly when you cant conveniently get them SuggestionsTooth brushes powder or paste Toilet soap in metal cases or otherwise hair and cloth brushes toilet waters and perfumes combs sponges safety razors shaving materials headache tablets smelling salts talcum powder chamois skins footcase corn plasters etc Let usshow you wKl The Porter Drug CO- w IKOOBTOUTCD u +o+o +o+O+O+O +o+o+o+o+o+O+Oo o+o +o+o 0+o +o+o+o+ 3 +0 +0 At the DptoDate Groceryt + YOU CAN BUY itho OJivery best Bud freshest goods I got them fresh two three times n week IK stuff that has been on hand o + Standard SugarCorn00F- ira proof ont2Go-od Flour60Ve-ryHost Flour05Be- st Navy Beans04oIJrown Sugar 04 I self n complete lino of tinware nil kinds of staple and to fancy grocoritf hardware hay all kinds seed potatoes and twill feed Prompt delivery to nil parts of city iwD LOGSDON Prop u o o o o+o oooo+o+o+o+oo+o+o+ooo+oooo+ z 777 pp p7rll PP77Q Furniture is a NecessityY- ouK must have it to make your homeIor room look and feel comfortable i for the winter There is no better time to buy than now and we have the things you need Kitchen ingroom and Parlor Furniture DinIroom Suites Desks Carpets i6Shades Pictures etc W i LOUIS O LESTER INext to the Mill Chestnut Ave l1l Phone 93 e EEEEet EEEEEEEEE Ee 00000000000000000000001100800 i I o iI The New Cash Store o ro I 1 Niagara delights the eyes of pleasure seekers buyersoWe take this opportunity of again calling your attention to the fact that we have Clothing Hats Shoes Ladies Skirts Notions Trunks Suit Cases f and Telescopes We also have a firstrate line of i Furnishings for gentlemen ladies youths boys and i the little folks which we offer at a very low price considering the quality O the goods The truth I must be told We have goods and they aremarked with price tbaf will soon place them in others handJPI Let this be you Yours respectfully i T v txT Harrla Rhodus ft Co I i H i IMPORTANT NES Interesting HappeningsThaiOc curred During the Past Few hays ACT ION OFgOVERNMEKTOFF- ICIA1SIUiMAPYOFTAE 1 Exdllno Events In the United Staten and Foreign Countries Condensed For tho Busy ReaderCrlmaa and Casualties Congressional Roma The tcnato on the 2Sth sent thn railroad rato bill to conference listened toiLlonc dgflnae by Senator Klttredga+ pf it sealevoied canal and three drmocratlctipcecflcs on tho ros niulon rotating to the purchase ot canal supplies In foreign markets and denoted the remainder of the time to the i o tofflce MpproprlrMon hilt Senator Culheraon WHS authorized hr the committee on judiciary to re l or+ favorably his bill making It a felon for an officer or employe of the government to Impart information xftlncd by reason of Ills publlo port lion which might affect the market value of any product of the soil when Murh Information Is required by law or under the rules and practices of any department of the government to be withheld from publication until a flied UmfO Buch an tiffdnte It made punish tilde by Imprisonment for not more than ten years and a fine not exceed ing 10000 Senator Daniel reported from tho lenaietffiitfHtleft on Industrial expo alMnnsbls llt appropriating 37F0p for the Jamestown Tercentennial cx position to be hohton thcBhorcs of HaniptotrKiiadii Tlp tioitBo committee on labor an boiHod A favorable report on tlio elRUt hour bill Chairman Gardner of New Jcrsoy saTtl there wax no oppo lat vote favorablyL riiUd to Wli to the demands of the roincru for the scale of 1 SOS Tlio liciMon of mMUlcnient Is doc In rod In be a matter of detail and mining will 1iO resumed In IlllnoU with union men In return for tile restoration ot the 1991 scale of wares the Illinois miner have agreed to pay the wages of shot fliem and to ask for the repeal of the hw by the next legUUKirr- AUartln Mioluellnho and other tad hal members of thtihottsehztve bdM rttKxIpd with lekaranis from lioolnl dNtorratlc nrganlxatlons demanding 4ha the house adopt an offensive pm tam tfhnpfjnti Kcelf into a ronsiltu ini assembly seti tho reins of pow a and address a manifesto to thiv 1nrpg calling upon thorn to transfer doir alioKlanro from tho emperor to tHt iK jplow representatives Prosldont Roosevelt formally rp rlvrd Louis K llo CarlO to the lnl td Stoics Secretary of Staid Root Intmriurlng Mr Carlo to the press dentThe moat aovere earth dlsttirbanc ever Pijtarlonced In this region o- nrated tit the Atlantic Mich mine Tlftrr ware more than fifty seismic nnwfc Jiaildlng rocked violently and In Mvcral places there art cracks inhe earth from two to RX Inches In width Tho shocks were distinct In llaitghton and Hancock but did no aniajjw 3Tio Atlantfc strut down ai the res lt or these disturbances In dleattonsof caving 4n are how nearer j tin surface as the shocks are most U Uoit 4 f While taking part In nn amateur 7oxifachspy n KroWh ball suit after recovering trio ball nnd throwing to a bnso fell dPad I Tie Frcnfth Austrian and German ripptfentatlves having In clmrno the irawlngUn of the rngulMlomi for the Moroccan atate bank met at Madrid and decIded to finish their work In Tartst The result of the elections of the NeIltUlniveWnitwr of deputies reduces tKo jrovernmtSftt majority fnJnv 20 to I J The chamber 6f deputies comprlsonO supporters of the government and 77 members of the opposition With breathless anxiety the public at St rclortburR await the govern tpenttizrospudbetothgpaidattiotrIflit In ensuring the ministry and demand ing its retirement was a deliberate lop In thu face and n direct chal Irngo which the government though ofit hardly avoid meollng Parliament has Immejl the bridge and virtually ban tnficn tho stop which the French talc general did when it transferred Into n national convention Armour CoaEI vntor A built along adlj front tho river at Flak was dostroyoit by fire entail iIng a loasof morn than 300000 In the hUllUIng were about 500000 hush ole of wneat i A delegation of the foremost men in the tnftmhcr of deputies and sonar without dlstlnrJtoh of party visit od the Barrio palace and presented JI naof Battonborg tho fu tjto qtfceSi oSgalniwlhanraddreaa- ort welcome nnboholf of tho Spanish 1 nation This a4 tor Is significant oG tlelspanl1331 L M l dt iTho state Jenvocrutlc contention which mot nt Nosjivlllo to a candidates for governor and railroad commissioners adjotirnedwithout having oven effected temporary organiza tlon It Was decidedly the moat turbulent body of the kind that ever as sembled In Tennessee Pandemonium and free lights were the rulo and U was with the utmost difficulty that any sort nt record of tho proc6edlngs could be made In tne middle of the afternoon ses sinn or school warn tho building was filled with 400 pupils and teachers too Port Huron Mich high school caught fire Dpllo the fact that hardly 15 minutes claimed between the first alarm and tho falling In of tho roof teachers and pupils all escaped without Injury to any Twelve girls and women fainted and had to bo carried tosafety The building was complete ly destroyed Loss 50000 fully In surd Railroad corporations will be liable for personal Injuries to employes even when caused by the negligence of fellow employes under tho terms of the socalled mimes liability bill wnlch became a law by tho signature of GOT 111g Ins of New York The bill was perhaps tho most important labor bill paused by tho legislature this year and it was bitterly fought bv the railroad corporations at every stage of Its progress Dr S r Sayres of Richmond Va was found dead In a room In the Gaultl house Chicago and had apparently committed suicide An artery In the left wrist had been severed and a bul let from a revolver which was held in the right hand had been fired into the heart Papers showing his Identi ty and fCOO In cash was found In the room In registering he had signed the name K II Smith New York The man was well dressed and ap patently prosperous Richard Robertnon 26 and tlla ttwexiiheart lUUlo Hlycc 19 reni struck and Instantly killed by a B Ie OpaMeiiger train at Paw Paw W Vs whilewalkinpcion thotracks s Dr J FJorce of Minneapolis Minn who tae been on trial for eight days on the charge of embezzling 135 ahareA of Metropolitan bank stock from the Northwestern Life Insurance Co of whtehhe sail president was found guilty The marriage f J Austen Chamberlain former chancellor of the ex chequer and Ivy MUrlal daughter of II 1 Uunda of Ratchet Ducking hamshire hs bcenTlXed for July 21 at St Margaret Westminster Fraud MaeMllten the American vi olinist has contracted with I G Charlton to snake a tour of the United States fir the fall Mr MacMltlair left Ohio In his boyhood ond lnC4 that time has been playing throughout Kurop Sir hundred rebel Zulus aurrodnded and attacked Col Iouchar a forcrtncar Buffao river Tho Utter ojierffd a heavy rifle fire and after two noun Ightlax the 7ulus ned leaving 70 kited The UrIUhloIIu oneman killed tJlCfthffi WQiwiUii Fur the first time In its history ar oordln fir oRlcera of that tribunal the United elates wipMrno court tool steps ttt deouretho plrnlshmvnt oflmon Implicated In the lynclilug of a negro Ih tips eonttlt dr for that tnatter In any ootloa of tilt country The court Is sued a nile Directing the sheriff of HainlllOa county Tonn also nine of his deputies and seven oilier cltlkena of that community to show ClUII why they should not be imntAhod for ron lenipt In conniving at orpartlclpfttlng In the Unlawfulhifldng of fed son oif March 19 last iAwf Wnlllek aa4 uhot and killed by Indiana Walllck his divorced wlfo nt Watnngu Okla Walllck wad at tcniptlnjc to pushpin lb 4dipdr oft the wonwni home whan crabbed n shotgun aniCflfcitThrough Iho panel Aairoaer Jury discharged Mrs Wal lick Fire destroyed tho launjlrj bf too Ohleboma sUllarium and for a time threatened tho hospital and the male building Five hundred patient were removed No tine was Injured The loss Is 3000 Tho McOnvi rnBrlt fight In Madison Bquare garden wont tho full tun round Nc deeUlon was gluon under the rules but McGoveni accotdlnif to many of these proont had the better of tho contest Chicago won the poitpone t Jrack meet Irom Mtndes9lacoa Xo tb op field by a score ot S3 to ih Therfirld events wercrwhat gave Chicago the victory Minnesota winning the Honors In the trick ovente It was a nhthblo Memorial da+ ITT the cbnimbuwralth nf XlrRlnla President Uooxovclt joined with surviving morn 1oritoftho bluffattd the gray In paying tribute to the nations dead In thd morning he delivered an raUnnln the th boVuljnil grtHind etithehievnPlwi pltfll at Portsmouth ahd directly after ward unveiled a Jiandtomo marble shaft erected by the Army anti Navy union lit Uiocemetory adjoining to the memory of fallen comrades I lorry Samuel Simmons and Frank tin Rverhart Americans charged with conspiring to nblnln largo sums of money by fraud were found guilty Simmoui was sentenced to two years Imprisonment hard labor and Ever hart o IS months hard labor Advices received from Tapacljuja nod Tonal In the Mwdcnn state ol ChUpnsa show thata rsvolutlrtd against the existing admliilatratlon of the jirosont president Estrada Ca holm ot Guatemala broke out and Guatemala was Invaded front tout points by ns many bodies of armed men all equipped with tbehestor modern rifles Gen Manuel Leandro Barillas fonncrly nronldont ofOuato mala with 200 caValryhrid Mock of 700 rifles crossed tin Mexican border nf a rit n aclMoiSqlnla and Is airl IIISlI1tS1Jtti n la o ioau lfarrl+ tn I 4v liif A notable career closer when aver a and painful Illness Mlchaot Jjavltt died peacefully and painlessly In the presence of Ills old llt ken Michael and his two daughter who had devotedly attended him through his Illness and of many of his moot Intimate friends including John pit Ion Mrs Davltt who has boon is constant attendance on her husband Until a few days ago when she lioHelf was taken III lies prostrate Inthe hoSroomof her husbands death Heavy damage Is threatened by a flood at Is sWeejMnrt through Walli DFicountryThedam 15 miles above that city wept ftlltianlla depth of three feet Two bridges have been carried away HeVrn7 onuses havo floated away and ib 4it feared the damage In the cpuntrj wlll bo great At Independence Mo near KannaJ City Mrs W T Campbell wife of a- aprbMlnottlBafi tat hItii t woke 1 And a white loan t4hdlng overhir bed razor In hand Although threatened to cut Mrs 3ampbellM throat If she made an ou rY the wom an grappled with the burglart In the struggle both were seriously cut The man escaped Tho excursion steamer VJma tarUed off her pier at Riga ip eone nucnce of overloading Fltteen persons aro believed to have pJirtshet Eleven bodies were recnere1 from below tho decks of the Slnamor when she was raised Vltna Jiad just started for Dubbeln a nelghborlnj watering place when she kcebjt over and sank A bench warrant was served On Webb Corlngton president of he last Arkansas senate at his homo at Glarksvlllc He U already binder In Wlctmcnt In two daMesj for rflltKed boodllng In the last legislature The warrant was Issued on a new Indictment r Uirn vlfroccnty in connection wljh alleged extensive flxiodllng1 charge against legislators 1C is aid three new Indictments have been re turned nnd that other arrests will fol low tnall thirty members of tfa house and senate are charged with complicity Brig Gen Ju A Hiichanan lately In command of thee departments ol Vlsayas Philippines was plowed on tha retired tilt of the army on his own ao plication There II n lively struggle Ip army circles over the to the place but tt appearathat the va cancy will not be fluted Immediately because Secrelary Taft has not had ah opportunity to canvas the applletdoni with the president Before one ot tile largest crowds ever seen at an eastern race tragic Harry Payne Whitneys Burgomaster at the prohlbltve odds of 2 to 5 easily won the = t takeiat mont park defeaIn J ln f7 gladdens The Quail b jtillhaDIa a half with W Harry Brow s Accountant third In a pistol duel on the Main street nt Enid Okla Robert While a by dander was killed rand Rbbert John son and Fred Capers the principals escapedRtielJcn ot the Consolidated Fire Insurance Co was killed by the falling of hiS automobile over a 35foot cnibmvkmeat on Rlvcrdale avenue New York Mr Tar lot who was accompanied his wlfj attempted to drive up a gtbeii III when the car began to back Mr Taylor jumped and ccdpcdtmlihrt but her husband clung to the wheel while the car ran rapidly downUIiraHd went over the embankment- In recommendation of tliOi onstruc Lion of a lock canal across the Isth mus of Panama tho mhiorit4of tho Ronat committee on inwrecba ire can all ass drafted an elhandtlrc report which was submitted to tho8analabr Chairman Millard One of line chief arguments iiiiilolnfavor ir tho lock canal U that tho 8poonetlaclahowa that congress Intended tho type although the authOrity to de cldn was conferred on the president Tho minority says The president having taken the ndvlcool competent engineers and pt tho canal ccmmU lion has recommended that It 14 ad vUable to construct a lock canal Gen Castillo cotunuinaing kilo de tachment of Guntcmplun revolutionjils after taking Uo cltynfOeds was forced to retire before superior forces Castcllo is now reported to hare taken- a new base andwllliw in re forced by several hundidjKO dai5htlngniea from thu stenmot lre Cit Isis Barillas la in the mountain rnakM his way to Queraltohango Barlflw Uu with him a fine bo4v of 4 l Sked men and la reported to hesleidlly re crultlns hla forte+ tloporli recclvd frrttn Salvpdpf state that Guatemalans and their sym pathizers throughout the republic are Intensely excited over the sjtuatlon tn Ouatemul Gen Toledo plopilse to Invade Central OlintemaU and an nounced that he will glVrt Wattle to the army of President Cabrera at the gatdj of the capita This announcement has aroused much enhusi am Prriil d thororJoncy w ridiculed by Guatemalans Emperor Frond Joseph reOlveJ the American aiiViaMndor Mr ITn els nt the Hoflmrs with military hort or He was tort by liJsli court oflj dab who ushered Iilni Into tits amt porors apartment whif Mr Francls first presented Mr StQrcrs Icttera ol recall nnd then his own credontlals Tho death sentence was executed in tho eight murdororn of Policy Mautau ant POrzshltsk at Riga Rttasiai Thegj wore tho workmen In whoad behalf the lower house of jrllSJnJiu tti tle1 IslesIrssMt Irtr I n it iiof tbelr tica ten J t BUMBTHRHWK A- TJ fOYAI COUPLE I ll91r Jill Khi Alfonso nyd Bridle love a J i Nmrrffv Escape 11 Sixteen Per onWcre Killed and a Large Number Injured By the r Iexploilon = Suspect Arrest J dr edBytNePollea a j I MadrhlJust as King Alfonso nJhla English bride were tearing luteendd of the progress to the royal palace from the Church of San Jero San Real where they had boon miirneVi three hours previously a bomb narrowly missed ending tholr lives tit bfttclat dtatemegtindlcates the pos sibility that two bOlabstWeretbrown one exploding In the all by Striking ai Aejsgrapb wiraaBd the btherj falling fwjcloae to the royal carriage that a grog at the head of the wheel horses was killed as also wero the whet h rel At least sixteen persons were killed ami a largo number wounded BrfspltJCoh points to a Cat lonlau tiaiuetf Manuel 15iJranas the leader tit tho rcglcldal conspiracy and he is In prison awaiting examination Tim spent In the vicinity of tho explosion waa horrible The queen fainted but almost lm recovered and with Klurf Alfonso got out of their carriage and- eiitered an empty rtne which had been following In case ot accident Instead of continuing along the Callo Mayor the king took a little bystreet to the Plaza de Oriente from which lie entcr J the royal palace the crowd h r n him as he reached the square After IIoentefpd tho palace he ex claimed l thank God for having prO- tected nio and my family Strange to say the bo 4 made Ilttla nnfsbv It was throwhfrom the second Door of No 88 Calle Mnyor nearly op Voslte the palace of the captain gen jraJ tlt was concealed In a bouquet of ora It did not explode on the ground but In the air after striking the oliil of the crown on the royal carrrasb fhe force of the missile howtivor must have been tremendous as a person was killed on the balcony tot uhouao across the street and four perollna were killed on the second htorsi ot No 88 which is the residence of Abumada Among these wasi die handsome young marquis ot ald k- Madrid T The tragic event of late Thtlfiiday afternoon and the narrow inarch by which King Alfonso and the riewiqiieenxif Snalu escaped death has caused the brilliancy of the royal wed ding to liajBtnporarlly forgotten al UIOURU It TOW to have Inaugurated period Qf Unprecedented festivities 8om v of the wedding features how flverjiwere sock as to flx themselves utnon tke ndnda of the spec tatoFs On of the prettiest nights wase tiny Prince Alfonso the actual heir to the throne who accompanied the ding The little orphan of tli6 prlnres of the Asturlaa Was clad In UnlctyfoUockcr ot white silk and rrauili only to the kings waist Kl Alfonso reached the altar long before PrlnceSs Victoria Tho lengthy watt which ensued led many to fear an Inopportune event Tho Itlnfe twice arose on the throne and gazed steadfastly toward the door Hardly ah arms length way was the American special envoy Frederick W Wbttrldge who through chance or do sign occupied the most favorable posi Lion of any lit the assemblage With him mat Gen Dalsteln the French en voy and alongside of him the envoy ot Morocco a hush Othello swathed In white and next a Chinese mandarin Republican simplicity never waa more 1IIrIJI sly exemplified The Enropcari cntirtswwere represented by princes moat of them heirs to thrones whllo Franc the United States and tho South s andCentrat American republics stood ovit with plain envoys As Ihs cerertmny closed King Alton PA ombfacod his bride and her mother Thta glimpse of domestic ten CrtllsI as well as the democratic touch given by IjtopreBcnce of many poor people Intha galleritlywho wore there by the Icings regn 5t niadeithij scene an of one IU ajnelancholy so duct Quickly followed A New Brigadier General Washington D CThe secretary pf war authotited theanouncemer t that It had been tledI4ed by tha presi dent In appoint Col Stephen P Joco n who Is the senior colbrief of the UnfiV how serving its abrlgadtet xen erah foBucotad Gen Bucianail and fbI YiNter T Puggan now on tin Phlllpnlie First Infantry to succeed en Fripk Dz hale win Both of then otjlcersarjs clvljwflr veterans with CxtfcUeiit VecOrds j Wncoln Party Ntmlnatei pbl delphla pThe stato con Tontlou qf tbq Lincoln party nominated heqliowlni ticket Opvernur Lewis tldn111113IOjd W Jimrick secretary of In tottnar aKdlraA Coray Xca emy Bll Pawed WaSTilrlJttft D CJust before ad JburfimCrttaflhd senate Senator Scott called tdii ndd bud passed thoTMllltary Rcademyt appropriation bill No ob Jeetiiras II raised t any pf the ciiaunJypo rtntndmeDts The bill car lies tcGCpa2 1 i Celebratlnpin Cuba ilftvbna vTwelv persons were wound jJmptCJenfuco3 abythey prj ihatturgc xpotom of nriswtirUjf at 1hQ elo lroluo3 a is- JdlnsiA iqug twaaheldtinlbonerot 17e i y STATE1 ITEMS INTEREST I I A TERRIFIC STORM Passed Over Louisville Doing Consld enable Damage Louisville Ky June IA terrific rainamt wind storm which pasted over Louisville Thursday did damage approximating 20000 in the down town district by the blowing in of plate glass windows damage to roofs the wetting of costly fabrics and the flooding ot basements The wind reached a velocity of 52 miles an hour and half an Inch of rain fell In the first seven minutes of tho storm fhe wind came from the west and Its full fury was felt on the river Almost overy boat was blown loose and home had narrow j8c5ieai Serlousdamage was done to the BouK danf Tire passenger on tile ferry boat City of Jeffer sonvllle received a terrific fright the boat being blown out Into the middle of the channel arid onto tome rocks at the head of the falls Tb6 passengers were rescued an hour later but the boat itself Is high and dry The City of Cincinnati with a large number of passengers aboard ready to leave for Cincinnati also had an exciting exper- Ience She was blown loose but sus talned no damage beyond breaking her railings St Josephs church at the corner ot Webster and Washington streets wan struck by lightning apd dahiaged Ha was the St Louis Bertrand school at the corner of Sixth and St Catherine CONGRESSMAN TRIMBLE Announces t He Will Not Be a- Candidafe For Re Etectio- nfrankfort v Ky lay 30 Congress span SoUttt Trimble of the Seventh Kentucky district announced that ho will not be a candidate this tear for party nomination for reelection Tho announcement comes as a great sur prise to isle political friends In tae district and Is made just now because the democratic committee of the dill trfct is to meet hero Thursday next to arrange time and manner of nomina tions of congressman Congressman Trimble says he quits the race with as surance that he could win It he re roamed In it and It Is thought that ha retires only for the purpose of entering as a candidate for a nomination in the state primary shortly to bo called to be held In November next on the day of the general election He has served three terms in the low er house of cdngress going there front the Kentucky bouse of tepresenta tives iNNOCENT MAN Convicted of a Crime Court Finds and Rules to Set HimFree- Frankfort Ky May U1he court of appeals Wednesday reversed tho Campbell circuit court In the case of Arthur Westnip against the commonwealth and directed that the court give a peremptory Instruction tlInd him not guilty Westrups Wife shied In childbirth In February 1905 having refused to ask a physicians advice bo cause of his prejudice against the doc tor and because she relied on a formula in a book to pull her through Eventually her husband sent for a doctor and did all he could to SaVe his wife but she died lie was for some reason indicted and given an sight months jail sentence on the charge of Involuntary manslaughter committed by allowing hid wife to file for lack of medical assistance The goutS here says what Woatrip did was greatly to his credit anti lhxt the Ver fiat wasflagrantly contrary to the evi dence OLD ASHLANpDIITRIr Candidate1 Will lieNamed to Succeed Congressman South Trimble Frankfort Ky June 1The democratic committee of tho old Ashland district called a delnsato convention to select the party nominee to Rucccdl Congressman South Tr nble the con ve held here onnJniy 12 next WU Klmball nr Fayctte and W II Swope pf Owen county are an nounced as batidldhtes It Is thought each Of the nine cbuntleiJ In the dli trlct will present a cdnillilalp MarfeNbt4e o ot His shirt IoliliVllle Ky May tJohn li Foster 40 with several allas M who was arrested on a cSkrge of forgery was found lifeless In a cell in the Jail Heiuada a rope of his shirt tiled It around Mv neck and when discovered looked aa If he had seated himself on the floor and fallen asleep Order to Hold Mall Lexington Ky June 1Thu local post office authorities have received notice from Washington to hold Up tip mall addressed to the Southern Mutual Investment Co and Us successor the American Rosorve Bond Catind bun dress of Jcttersarc held aLoblivill e r oLoitlsviUc Juno 1 larketwas a l liadu 6ascirjvltU a great iealiaow iofferlnga there being u toUl of3ql Ihdll Of these 21t hlltht t burley land 37 IjhuVdarl PrIces ranged from if 1110 for new burley anti frora 415tdSr23 for dark i P4oftvBro 3 o sTC1jlll 10I i Ioxngtnn Ky June Joht ralroadigin Itft n t1 5tate e o9lpl t tljla poylilnhphMSth aTvc i I I lqo g n Il t WILL BRING SUIT f li Sheepskin Denied Fair Kentucklan ult cause She Attended Flops Lexington Ky May 31College el1 cles were stirred here Wedne 4arwnn It became Known that Mlsa8a MB Margaret Mcptnnls daughter of Jaa McGlnnls of Danville Ky one of tfc sil graduates of the select CdrapBett = 11 Ifagenriau college had been rfefaieit her diploma by the faculty It is that Miss Mcblnnis repeatedly vte lated the rules regarding dancing 9ie jh- Is a member of one of the wealthiest v rand most artstocratlc families at central Kentucky and during her Ur at the jiolfege has been the life of her f cldstmates When It became kaowir Jthat she was to be tnado to duffer for her Indiscretion It cast a gloom over the entlro commencement exercises and the usual amount of gayety wa r lacking President I C Jof the colleges a dUie youalcasan willfully violated the rules of the cat o logo and that she lad been warned time and aatnthat Unless there wail a decided change she would have ta suffer the Consequences Notwitk Btandlnff these repeated warnings it is said tho ybuoj Woman continued tii attend hops and other anlllse eats and dance with the men and ass a result she Returned to her home IK DanVIlle mlhUs helO muchco ctadt sheepskin Through Attorney D vW J Hunter Miss McGlnnis Wednesday V nighj announced that she will file suit to compel deliverance of her dlploaw and also sue the faculty for damages- BLOW SAFE OPENrlH BurglarsSecurc 265In Cash and Sew eral Packages of Stamps j t r Dover Ky May 30Safe burglaM successfiHly operates in the hearPoC thug town and after causing three explosions escaped undetected The ma rauders effected an entrace In the pMt ofllc3 building by forcing a rear wla dow with a jimmy With the aid of a y dark lantern they quietly West ip work on the big iron safe boring a hole near the combination A charge of nitroglycerine was Inserted aiL wt carpets Were packed around the sate In an effort t6 muffle the report of thai explosion The charge twisted the y door Two other muffled explosion occurred and tho big double doors wore blown Into fragments and scat erect about the room The exploshm were heard by neighbors manyoC whom arose and Investigated Asalt appeared quiet however theyvre 01 turned to their beds In me mornlas Jle clerk of the post office discovered i r that the plate had been pillaged Ak Inventory showed that 2Co In casbf was missing and several packages OC tamps They escaped on a hand car A LARGE CROWD Witnessed Princess Orna Win Feaf tune Event at Latonla Opening rCovlnglnn Ky May 3tOver 12 000 people epthe first days racing of the of the I atonla Jockey dub Wednesday Sevea wellfilled races were on the card wits the Decoration Handicap at a mile ante a sixteenth aa the feature Six horse rfaced thf starter Princess Orna t gnat favoritciin the betting withMc Ilvlan jumped to the frpnt at the start v and was never headed winning bawl Ily by a length from 11clt lnwltlf1r camd with a tush at the end end the plate from Coruscate y 11 BACK TAXES 4V r Court Decides ThaiMrs Julius Wair1 Will Have to Pay About 5Mp06 f fi 7 I Lexington June 1County JudR c F decided that Mrs Juli5i c q Walsh of Sl Ixiuls formerly MisaF Clara D Hall of this city will hard to pay back taxes for JIve years on the two hundred thousand dollars wbrts of securities held In trnst he e byi Back Tax Assessor William Taxes on tine total of 000006 wl amount to about ninety thousand del lara Four Were f f Lexington Ky May h1Wliilere t turning to this cLtYWedaesJayatetti- Ing lqah ut9moblle A1herGthreat- 3Jughes 1 Brpnstbn Lewis r M n 51 Our Warren all received more or less re lierloulihIJurles The machine wait trtiruilngat a high rate ot speed Whets t sonic of the mathlnbry broke Mint Jthrdw the car 6nto the railway trseka dnmhlhg all of the passenger t t1I0nI uisvllle Ky June 1Mrs Nai nle A Cardwell who ball for 13 reatva been bond clerk In the office of tha ctj lector of customs U under tTsuspension pending the Investfeatiwc or rliares by the treasury drtlartiarat 1 to the effect that Mrs CardweH has ff made careless entries Bitters Pldnt Go Uxlngfon Ky May SOMaywr Thomas A Cohilm reVokM the saloEia t 1 license of William Klnnalrd whowausynt arrested Sunday night for keeping open In violation of the law KlanalhLr attempted to prove that it was bitters r r and not whisky h sold i e Bernhardt In Lexington 0 w v Lexington KjvMaySlTTThelnrs ti lrpwdceVenlxpiCiitiatAtheattl asp a forma W ttdsrgIFy itepros l a tiMlterabar af the JO I Or tra1- 1Tednesdn niht j a Eastern Kentucky News i fro ooneopoadaste pebaabed ukoo shoed la ton by the Wttter The ume U not for pebUutloa bet as u evidesca ot good tallh Write pWnIy LIUI LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLI MADison COUNTY flu HILL May 20Wo are having fine grow- Ing weather nowTho oats in this vicinity are looking better since the rainMrs Abby Gentry and little granddaughter of Rod Lick visited Mrs Gentrys brother Mr T J Mc Keehan aud family Friday and Sat urdayMr Mircal has been visiting friends and relatives at this place for several days but has returned home today lIe is expecting to teach I tho freeschool in the Mallory dis trict this tallMr and Mrs Poto Carpenter spent Sunday with Mrs Carpenters parents Mr and Mrs Moze Astridgo Mrs Bill Pigg and Mrs Bill McGuire spent Monday with Miss Cordelia FoxMrs Mollie Bratcher of hoar Berea died at her home Saturday May 20 Her fun eraUvas preached at the Pilot Knob church and the remains were laid In the Moody grave yard near horn Mr Henry Ramsey of McKee made a business trip to Richmond Satur day and returned Sunday HICKOllY PLAINS Juno 2Mr and Mrs Eli Corne liebn Jr have had an ndditition buIlt to their residence It is rev ported that Bailis Wilson has sold his farm and will return to Dell countyMiss Maggie Adams visited the Misses Rowletts at Whites Sta tion recently Tack Twigg and wife returned last night train Lake View Fla where they have spent the win ter Miss Lizzie Maupin has had malarial fever for the past month but is improving Miss Lois Terrell was the guest of Misses Maggie and Pearl Adams Thursday nightMts Lizzie Cornelison spent Tuesday night with her sister Mrs Joe Johnson nnd attended the Decoration Day services at Berea Mrs Kiah McKeehan is expecting her sisterinlaw Mrs Jeff Roberts and two daughters of La Folletto Tenn to visit her next week DIVKYITS May SrWe have had a good rain and the corn crops are looking pros perousMr James Young purchas ed R cow and calf from J C Powell last week for BO1Ir Lewis of Berea the machine agent was here last week on business Mr J K Sandlin and wife visited relations at Richmond and Kingston Saturday and SundayMr Frank Garrett of Mote is making the seats for the Bethlehem church this week They are planning to dedicate the house sometime in JulyMr G D Hol liday and wife of Berea were the a guests of Mr J C Powell and fami ly SundayMr Jace Hudson and ister Myrtlo of Hugh and Miss Dora Hudson of Whitloch and Miss Martha and Suda Powell and Roy Hudson of this place were guests of Mrs Ann Hudson Sunday Mrs Lizrio Kirnberlain who has been sick for some time is slowly improv IngMrs Nelly Ogg and Mrs Maggie Golden were the guests of Mr Dan Hudson and family Sunday Mr May Lain and wire visited Mr George Young last weekMiss Dora Hudson was the guest of Miss Martha Powell SundaynightF M Jones and wife were the guests of Mrs Jones parents Mr and Mrs W B BakorMr J C Powell made a business trip to Richmond Saturday OWSLEY COUNTY nlCETOWN June 2Tif hauling is yet the occupation with some of the tie men William Duff has been hauling for himself and Allen Davidson has been running a number of employedwa gons teams nnd teamsters It is said that the roads are now in the best condition they have been in lor- a good whileThe demand for corn U increasing The price has risen from CO cents to 00 and 70 cents per bushel The long dry spell which had been cutting our crops short was broken last Friday by a good rain Oscar Clark of White Oak was hero this week looking for a school Mias Goldie Callahan and sister of Cow Creek spent Saturday and Sunday with Misses Minnie and Rosa Chandler Arthur Garrett has been hauling goods himself this week instead of employing a driver He is a hustling merchant Eugene Garrett has returned home after be- Ing away at work for some time and reports an enjoyable timoThe boys who took the examination have been very successful Letcher Gabbard and TUrnon Greene both made first elaea certificates and Clay Mason a secead grade which was by no means a bad showing Our debate was held again last Saturday night and a mock trial wIWI8gaintbe moan Interesting featureJ A J Chandler acted as judge Letcher Gabbard and Marion f nttorneyeWlleArthur ii and Tom Wilder were defendants lawyers After the trial the subject Resolved that city life is happier that country life was debated Letchor Gabbard acted as captain for the affirmative anti Elmer Gubban for the negative A lively debate ww followed by u decision for the uega tivoRev Jim Creech of Sturgeon preached at the school house last Friday night and will preach there each month hereafter Some of the boys slipped in some girls and lad the promised social at C B Gab bards last Saturday night They report an enjoyable tinioOur Sunday school is still doing well A holiday is planned for the last of Juno to arouse the interest of the people in it and wo hope tho attempt may prove successful People who do not take the Citizen may consider themselves losers for they are miss ing a most profitable and enjoyable paper Sign at once if you are not already a subscriber ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CLIMAX May 28Wo have just had n good rain which was very badly needed Farmers are late in this locality Mr and Mrs Lee King visited Mrs SundayDobSexton and wife of Straight Creek visited relatives here last weekrSolomon Shell has gone to Straight Creek to work in the mines Mrs Nannie Chastecn and little daughter Jessie wore the guests of Mrs Gat liff last WednesdayJohn Chosteen who returned from Illinois some few weeks ago has gone to Hamilton OhioJ W Anglin went to Mt Vernon last Thursday on business W J Chasteen was at Climax Thurs dayRoc Dillard Parker filled his regular appointment at Now Hope last Sunday Ho preached an inter esting sermon to a large and attentive audience Most everybody is plan ling to attend the commencement June 0Larkin Abneys family are very poorly with measles The locusts are very numerous in this lo cality Tom Richmond started to Berea on May 20 to the commencement Wo all hope he will have an enjoyable time Hayes Smith and Family went to the Indian Territory stayed about three weeks nnd are now among friends here Hayes says he dont like the Territory UISIUTAXTA May 28James Lambert and G L Wren of Boone passed through here buying cattle Miss Martha McGuire of Rockford visited friends on Clear Creek last weekMrs Nannie Hammond spent Sunday at 0 M PaynesMr H C Thomas jf Weaver was at this place on busi ness last weekMr and Mrs W H Stephens were at Davis Branch Sun 3ayMr and Mrs W G Mullins if Withers have been visiting Mr R A SwinlordR J Abney Sr was at Berea last weekT J Lake of Mull in Station visited 0 M Payne last weekBorn to Mr and Mrs David Northen a fine girl CONtVAY Juno 4The farmers ure badly behind with their work in this sec tionRev P F Bryant filled his regular appointment at Scaffold Cnno Saturday and Sunday James Lin weUor Berea attended church at Scaffold Cane Saturday J J Ham ilton and son Linard of Rockford visited J M Bulleu Saturday night Boge Phillips little boy was ned dentallyshot in the face and shoulder while killing rats Saturday He is in a bad condition Robert Lutes has returned from Hamilton 0 Ed Sexton was at Mt Vernon Mon dayLeo Bullen of Clear creek was at Conway on business Saturday Ed Sexton of Conway visited his father Sunday on Davis branch Clarence Hays of Round Stone Switch has been sick for some time but is out again Caleb Powers has boon tried four times Welchs Grape Juice forty years and found to bo the hest for children women and men If your milk gets sour buy some for the babies Booth on Public square near tho steps Co per glass lOc per bottle Send your children over wo will treat them right CONTINUEThose and strength by regular treat withScotts Emulsion treatmentin willdoproducts season mapltSCOTT 409415 Pearl Street New York oand jtoo BdmgjLt The HomeSpun Fair 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 xehandle is the expression of a master mind directing the wil ling hand IJerea College believes in practi educationthe education which not only gives knowledge but teaches how to use it There are many fireside indus tries that arc expressions of just this kind of practical intelligence and Berea College wishes to en courage all such industries and for several years has conducted a HomeSpun Fair on Commencement day and has given premiums for the best and secondbest of each exhibit The premiumlist has been rev vised this year and we hope our friends will carefully read it and the rules governing exhibits and will plan to enter one or more articles Here is an opportunity to take a premium and also to make a sale of the article if you so desireWe are offering a premium of 5 150 for the best and 750 for the secondbest hickory or oak split basket melon shape These 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 a good sum We can hear the money jingling in the pocket of the most enterprising boy Who is hey Rules Governing Entries at the Horn Spun Fair x All goods or articles entered for premium must have been made since June 7 1905 t 2 There must be at least ten yds in each piece of linseywo lsey jeans or linen entered for a dram ium allwool twilled blanket and cotton and wool blankets must be 5 y yards long 3 All dyes used must be vegetable not commercial dyes and the receipt used in dyeing yarns and thread must be given in writ ing with each colored sample 4 Only secondclass premiums will be given for secondclass arti cles when no firstclass articles are entered 5 Entries may be made at any time from nopn to 4 p m on Tues 10IArticles can be offered for sale after 10 a m Wednesday June 6 1906 but cannot be entered for premiumPremium List tit Prem and Frem Homespun Coverlid lie lea jaDimityAllwool jean I IM MH Cotton and Wool Jean la l0Uueyt0 Ioo Lou Ltnitey Cotton aud Wool 10 yards 100 53 Allwool lire Flannel 10 yards ago too Homespun AllWool Ulan ken I 3yards ato IoN Homeipun Cotton and SoPlgurtdDouble Weave Iluen to yard 300 Lw S0kagCarpclawebRag Rugs LOU jo 13Hickory 74Axejjllandmadrlu lja 75 nometipunYarn nine and White S 25 lpunYarnWhite 13 For one cut number 400 chain cotton and 25 threads wool yarn coarse enough for coverlidweav ing and spun on handwheel also for one cut of handspun linen thread the following special pram iumsare offered provided receipt of dye accompany each colored sample- lit Irem end Prem Indigo Blur dark zoo 50 joWglit50MlderHome products not included in the list of premiums may be exhib ited and offered for sale Come and enjoy Commencement and bring some article for exhibit in the HomeSpun Fair Slabs SuuteliIi ter uuIavjfcovri9Eb FROM PAGE ONK I J etaagut stage today A few years stoodwbore you stand now Theyworo afraid to como to Boron they had to work hard to secure the money they wore homesick ninny n day but they fought on and conquer ed and now they fitnnd at u grunt advantage ns they begin the race of lifeTheir friends und companions who did not have the nene to start away to school have been standing still nil this time They are older than they used to bo but not wiser nor richer The young people who came to school partNowyou can do God has given you nomo bruiiiH and some friends and you have n share in Borea College if you will itIyoung pooplo who have been to Bureu and ask thou about how you shall got started next fall Write to the Secretary Mr Will C Gamble for full information Remember that the full term begins on tho 12th of September and that you can como hero at that timo nnd have fourteen weeks of schooling at a cost of only about l0 If you arrange beforehand you can work moneyTho by the providence of God that you have mule to Baron Commencement anti taken this Citizen into your hand If you do not got an education soon you never will It is for you to decide whether you will make the most of yourself or be contented with sonic thing less- Subscribe for tho Citizen today at Reel Booth near tho Lunch Vaviliou Save money by paying today Fsrtllliir C C Rhodus wllH fertilizer too A good stock of a good article See him before buying Chicago Tailoring Company Mr W L Flattery represents this well known tailoring company in tyJiHhclotbingmade to order at the most reason able prices Sea him before yuu order a ready made s- uitWanted CHESTNUT OAK TAN BARK Dy the UNITED STATES LEATHER CO I Middlcflboro Ky MONEY TO LOAN Mr Welch has a few thousand dollars to loan at 0 per cent not loss than 500 to any o- neNEXt When You Paint Next We JOur fault If you dont save 25 on your bill and at the tame time buy the that Is the coesUaticking furthestspreading and longestlasting in e We guarantee HAMMAR PAINT td wean for Vo HAMMAR TAINT comes In condensed form loufU the til in yourself Gallon Gallon of Hammarl no more no less llamntar manufacture stops at the proper point with the right driers In and oil left outs then you roe tee fut what oil it put inpure Unwed 0 Paint lives only as long at the oil In It lives When you oil in you know the is absolutely fresh nnd neW and iU strengththe and sticking power of the oilla not eaten out by the and driers Contractors painters and house owners the country over declare It has better spreading qualities backed by stronger staying power than any 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