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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 18EREA PUBLISHING Published I Daily HHMlMHl During L E TUPPER MIRIler IH COTHE CITIZENKatemlal the rottojflfral row maUn- alltriHHHHlllIIIlWHHtIH Itmn OAR Encampment H i 11I hlllif1I1lF++ H4+ l4+ t t I IH VOL VII Fivo Cents n Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 11 1000 One Dollar a Your NO 52 i Berea Welcomes Youu Citizens mid College nro proud to receive time Veterans and their SOIIH nud tlio Ladles of the Relief Corjw as tliuir guests Tlio Encumpmnnt of lliu Kentucky Grand Army of tlio Republic in Huron will IM something long to Ixi romaml rod liy its citizens and vo IIOJHI UHO an ovout to which fanny of e till visiting ruildiers nud their friondfl l will look Imck with phmwiro They will ivnni tu toll their friends or wind them word nlxiut till littlo city in which they luivo N1ont n few dnya and HO wo will try to put tho infor mation into fYxivttulmit leapt for thorn IWixi in lixKitisI ale MmliHou Coca tyon till Kontncky Ccntnil R R ouo hiiudrod nml thirty miles Houth eiwt of IxtiiiHvillo nud ono 111101 rod not thirty ouo south of Cincinnati It m H hotilthfulvillage delightfully fiittiuti l among tlio fontliilU of tin ClimUrlniid Momitnttm It in on the dividing lino Ixtwinu tho iiMHintniim taw homo of tin fnmotiH iiHMiutniu x ople whom loyalty forms HO romantic nil opinodi iu tho Civil Wnr nml the noted Hint OniHH Region on tho went Twi mils ent IN till pinnnulo fmm which Diuiinl Hoone finU viowod the furtih plniiiH of Kontuoky Tin tcviMiry U rt marlhlrtrlrnoo tin Tilt climnto in mild nnd litxilth fill thn elevation ittxivooH level loin g 1020 foot anti niountniu excursloni ort sorrow of great pleasure AH thin Collego grbundn and build ings IIIhll tlio center of interest this place for ontortninmeut rod of tlio meetings wo will briefly dwcrilw Homo of their moro important char Bcteriflticfl AH tho visitor loaves tho train and looks eastward from tho elation up the Htrwl about n quarter ofII milo ho new tho towor of tho now chapel rising from nnlong tho trust on tho plntenu on which the college buildings ntnud A tern mill utot wnlk or flvo minute ride will IK moro than millluiont to bring him to till collect ground lion till mad winds up tho hill first to tilt right and thoiitb tilt left from KlliHo street on to Chestnut HtrtM t which leailH through the grounds townnl the l nditw Hull whom iivoul of tho visitors nil who winh It will tw entertained That the Chajxl will lx the scene of notion ut tilt IxginniiiK of tho- onmpNign III it tho ttnviuiM of the Qrond Arry nro to Iw held in the main nudifbrium lx low whore four town hnllldrod1NN11lle nrny the floated Tho Womans Hollof Corps in tho uppor chapel tho Indira of tho aI Avlli itrrhrDoltirlfnirf till Soft df Volomim in the Parish House This milmtmitiid demonstration of the nhil Ilyof Burns HtudonU to innke brick nud lay them to mw wool and polish r tit nuU locate it in ample floor or iMmiiliful coiling will bo of moro than passing interest to tho visitor Those who lit moro nmbitioim will climb up into the towor and tnko tho bonii tiftil view of tho grounds nud country around Every ono will want to bo familiar with tho taco of Pnmhlunl Frost whoflo labors nnd prayers during tho last fourteen yonrs hnvo hind HO much InrgorIo And wo will givo you photographs of tho paintings which nppenr on thin walls on either nido of tho platform of the largo nuditoniin where tho sessions of most interest are to IM hold On tho right hand side tho founder of tho College John Q Fee of whom wo shall hoar more tomorrow nnd his wife look down upon UH Hononth their portraits in that of Dr D K Ponrsons tho grunt philanthro post whoKe latest gift to tho Collugo ofn magnificent water supply pure elonr water coming down from five mbuntnln reservoirs will roof untold value to tho College Beside it in tho tarn of Principal Hunting no much of whoso life hiifl gone into tho work of Heron To the left of the pint form on we face it are four mow portraits of tlnxw whoso facts have been dearest in the College Above Prof J A R Rogers and his wife whoBo prnyors are still going up for this work from their home in tho west Below is that of former President Fairchild and Miss Gilbert for twenty night years a Boron worker Northeast of tho Chapel is tho Carnegie Library building just being completed nud prepared for occup nncy and beyond that stands Lincoln Hall n memorial to tho great Pres ident used largely for the class rooms of thin College Everyone will want to see tho medallion of Lin cola iu tho lower hall of this building which was presented to thin Collego by the Century Co Ilr II K lYiir an- On thin other side of Chestnut street from Lincoln IInllsurrouude by beautiful trees and a green lawn stands till Ladies Hnll where the Commissary Department of the encampment anti part of its Sleeping Quarters will ho found rrliil al llnirrH Iliintlui Lookftg northeast from Lincoli ILtll ncfwB tho open square soon t IXHXJIDO n Turk one sees one of tin business blocks of the town Rrincipnl tho center of which the Pos Ollico will Ira found North of phi open square are thin solid ref Indus nrnHUH t11 Laundry Sewing nnd Cooking room and thin woodworking machiner and apparatus dins frnln UllMrt Visitors will always bo welcome It the oiUce of tho Citizen across th street from the front section of th Industrial building- A picture of the largo tabernacle is also given as it is tho center o interest on the great annual festival of thin village and surrounding countryCommencement Day Tim Clllten fur You The Citizen belongs to tho Gram Army of thin Republic for these three days of the Kentucky State Encamp went and wo shall bo gratified if tht old veterans make use of it Send it to your friends and make this oflict your headquarters I Cnptnln Wllunn Ilnnllni llllon Ilne nn I Hikiiul Moiiiltnln m The State Encampment of the G A R The hotel accommodations of the town are entirely inadequate to thin care of those who are coming Thin College dormitories and dining halls willaccording to announcement bo isitorslCoOmrades of the hospitality of the College will report ns soon as possible after ar rival at tho office of thin Assistant Treasurer of tho College in the base ment of tho Library rear entrance Thorn they will be assigned to rooms and receive all needed information This afternoon will bo spent by tho comrades in visiting friends see BoronLCommittee on Credentials at Room 80 in the Chapel All comrades are I requested to visit this committee and- o register and secure a badges Tho J Council of Administration will meet at Room 82 in thin Chapel at 800 pm A Bureau of Information will bo conducted in room 81 the room being open at such hours ns will be most convenient for visitors TilE CAlirFIRE r Tonight there will bo a Campfire arranged by the local post at the Chapel At this tho addresses of welcome will bo delivered and the responses to the same Mr T J Osboruo of thin town board will give tho address of welcome on behalf of tho town and President Frost will give that on behalf of the College Professor Dodge will speak in behalf of Captain Janice West Post Mrs E L Hanson in behalf of tho Wo mans Relief Corps and Mr James W VanWinkle in behalf of the Sons of Veterans To theso addresses Mr G W Sanders of Mayfleld Senior Vico Commander will re spond for the G A R Mrs Mary Lyle Reynolds of Covingtou State Secretary of the state organization of the Womans Relief Corps will i respond for that body Mrs Minnie I E Brilo of Louisville State Pres ofotho 0 A R Chas Stebbins the State Commander of Covingtou will f respond for the Sons of Veterans IL V Speelmau their National Commander of Cincinnati will also make a few remarks Five mill litO speeches will also bo made by R number of Past Commanders nnd other distinguished comrades from abroad The instrumental music for tho occasion will bo furnished by two old comrades from Cincinnati Messrs Macbrair and Jamison with fife nnd drum Those having tho oumpfiro in charge consider themselves very fortunate in having secured these 6 comrades and all hearts will thrill nt tho sound of tho music of other days j Tho Ariel Quartet will also ho pros ont and will sing inspiring selections and a solo by Mrs C H Grosvonor and a duet by Misses Putnam and Cornelius are promised BUSINESS SESSION The first business session of the Encampment will bo hold in tho main audience room of thin Chapol on Tuesday morning at 000 toclock Tho Womans Relief Corps will meet in the upper chapel thin t Ladies of tho G A R in Phi Delta Hall and the Sons of Veterans nt the Parish House nt tho same hour At tho Chapel the order will consist of tho opening exorcises of tho Encampment followed by tho reports from Department Commanders and other Staff Officers and other bus poss Tho afternoon sessions in the same places will also bo devoted to businessOn night there will bo nu entertainment in tho nuditorium of the Chapel This entertainment tins been secured by tho Cnpt James West Post for the enlivenment of tho Encampment and of tho visitor nud citizens and will consist of Readings Slight of Hand Ventriloquism and Mind Reading It will bo given by Professor JIIerrman Mooro of PiUs burg Pa and his assistants and has been highly recommended by mom hors of the Post who have witnessed it The doors of the Chapol will ho opened at 700oclock and nil nro urged to bo in their places by 730 Tickets will bo for sale at all threo entrances of the Chapel anti ulso in town before tho time of gathering 25cents for gentlemen and ID coats for ladies anti On Wednesday morning there will I bo a business session as on Tuesday and Installation of Officers j T fWL lJtjfiii r h if uNt Nr tJIi 1 JI U 1d3J50 JROEC iiil Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I for Men 300 250 and 200 for 1 Q Boys 200 and 175 for Youths j 1Thereputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known 1everywhere throughout the world They have to give better satisfaction than 1 because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear ers expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure a perfect I i fit r inspection invited r J COYLE HAYES BEBEA KENTUCKY I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I r I I H I I I I I I I I I r I I I I I I I r I I I Berea and Vicinity tGATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES i ddddHHHI I I I I t I I t I I 11 I I I I I I I I I r I I representing tho Mon 1totogroRiohm Music Co of Loxing t ton is in Heron for a few days T O Pasco Bcroa College 07 who has been until recently Super intendent of Schools in North Fair liold 0 has recently boon elected to n Rimilar position in tho Mont rw jxilior schools Williams county Ohio ifi at an increased salary The Mont polier paper congratulates the people of the community on tho election oft t n capable and cllicient teacher i h Wo wish the College faculty would r COUrAltco I that he had been getting another A mans paper for Homo weeks but as t ho was going horn and his eoplo take tho paper it might bo well for tho editor to look into tho matter Tho meat packers estimate that tho disclosures in regard to the methods at tho packing houses will r cost them JIDOOOOOOO Serves them right Cunsednefyi usually catchCR up with itR author When n icy wo used to hear the folldwing poem which wo reRpectfully submit to those who are congratulating themselves ou what seems successful 1 meanness I J IIIdigged lit for ho hisbrother deep But for his sin ho did fall in J J Tho pit ho digged for t other i Tlo address before the literary societies at theCallega was giVen Tuesday night 5 by tho Urn J T Fulton of Alexis 111 Ho spoko of tho value of an adequate conception of an education showing that tho work which a man doeR and the power that ho accumulates do pond upon his conception of nil educationThe anti sordid tragedy of Commencement Day was but tho natural culmination of shameful and squalid living There was no great principlo involved and tho sympathy anti gush of some of our newspaper writers would have been moro worthily xpendecl on some other topic deadIman in the case promptly and appro theItho shooting was dismissed by the examining court Now the less said f about the whole matter tho better it will bo for tho credit of tho country All tho ignorance in Kentucky is I not corralled in the mountains by a darned sight Down in tho blue gaass t other day tho postollico was moved and not wishing to cause in convenience to any of thoso who I selni occasionally receive or send n letter tho accommodating postmas jl itterinserted tho following in the lo cal paper The postoQice has been moved from where it was to where it is now lid ksboru Now I r 1111111 I III I I I III I I I Indiana has nominated a man named Brian for the presidential campaign of 190S Brian y Brian It seems as tho wo have hoard that tllIlfunnyThe public ceremony of laying the corner stone of tho now Capitol build ing will bo on Saturday of this week Tho main addresses will bo delivered by the lIon M V MeChosmy Sec rotary of State and by the Holt Wm Lindsay Brief addresses will also ho made by others The action of the Normal Sehx Regents in selecting Prof n N Kcmrk for tho presidency of the East ern Normal School will IK approved by all who know the state Pruftw sor Hoark is eminently fitted for the i position and his apjKmitmcnt will guarantee a high degrees of efficiency in the work of the school l The Grand Jury of the county has recommended to the Fiscal that measures ho taken CmrtI toward cleanliness and the county jail It must be there is danger that HOIIIO memtar of da fust fambliea vill get into jail shortly There is no knowing what will happen in these flays of moral regeneration Tho members of tho Southern Status Immigration Commission X- poriunCttl a dull sickening thud oi visiting Ellis Island in search ol cheap labor for tho south Then they found that tho reason why im einpltbecuIRohigh waKes there as in the nortl Your bid gentlemen College Now Tho annual meeting of tho trustee converted on Wednesday nlll1nd jourued on Thursday night fourteen trustees being present The general affairs of the institution were care fully reviewed and several now ap pointmouts already announced in Ube Citizen wore confirmed A commit tee was appointed to determine ways and means for accommodating tho lightfromDodge property was contracted for so that this important corner will be saved for park anti college purposes Dr Cowloy was given leave of ab sence for four months and Professor Hubbell for ono year President Frost will bo away less for tho com ing year and do moro in school affairs teaching etc The trustees adjourned subject to tho call of tho president whenever there is n decision from the Kentucky Court of Appeals upon tho validity of the Day law The following trustees attended tho commencement exercises and trustee meeting Guy Ward Mallon IIurhort A Wilder James Bond Curtis F Bur Min Samuel It Hanson W E 0 Wright J Cleveland Cady E A Thomoou Wm R Bolknap Wm E Barton Tho following are n few names among tho many commencement via i itors Judge WmOcknor of Win Chester Miss Mary Bolknap and Miss Christine Belknapof Louisville Mr and Mrs W A Hillis of Clove land Rev John T Fulton Alexis Ills James H Little Bristol Tennj D B Wells Angola N YMiss Emma Hagan Vtuyiujton 1n Miss Grille Eastman Ot tuna Ohio Mr and Mrs Fowler Kirksvillo Ky Mr and Mrs Paul Derthic Jackson 1 Mrs Huhloll mother of Dr Jlllhiwll Mrs Reese grandmother of Miss Margaret Liv II goodor Ravenna 0 and Mr lliiskull of Newton Muss Miss Campbell will s ond the sum mer nt her homo in Moutnotitu Ill iiiI11txxlstockMr Riimold goes to his homo at Saline Kali C D Lewis and g S Scale will HhubillgMr Gamble leaves Thursday for Hlltmlinthe singing in one of tho largo teulx Dr Cowloy will spend thredui6nths in London Eng studying I Mr nigh will spend part of his vacation at his old homo ill Iowa Miss Schumakcr goes to her home in Pennsylvania Mr Shadoin will spend tho sum mer in Berea Mr Demo takes up work under the American Sunday School Union for the Rtlliatliere v Miss Raymond leaves Monday for SOl York City where she will spend purl of the time with her brother C R Raymond before going to her homo in thuwlstoriJ part of the state Miss Virginia Bontright will spent her vacation in Hilsboro 0 TO ctnil coin IN ONI MAY Take LAXATIVE IIKOMO Quinine TaMrls nruggils refund money If it to cure K W liKOVKS signature is an each tax ijc Disease takes no summer vacationIf u need uhand strength us- eScotts Emulsion summer as in winter Send lor Jree sample SCOTT ft nON F CTiemUt VorkI FEELING LIVERISH This Morning 7 TAKEI A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer CONSTIPATIONIs terofngbandIt common a condition among children as It Ia with tholr parentsThe coodl tlon Is fhr moreUk81to a acute stage develop seri ouslywlth the llttlefolksbe cause of the In detecting It cotIsUpatlonmight have been saved by the timely use of Dr CaldwellsLaxa- HofSyrup PepsinT- histhe greatest remedy knpwn for conditions yourchlldlsattcctedbut occasionally You will a perceptible change for tho better a healthy color and a dispositionDr Pepsin Is a good thing to have In the house because Its Rood for the whole family Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin can be obtained in both dollar and halfdollar sizes from all druggists Your money be refunded U U youYour will briny by ntm mall our new booklet DR CALDWBLL8 Roost OP wVONDu1t and tree ampl to arose wbo have never tried IbU woodual nmcdr Mother writ today PEPSIN SYRUP CO Mooll U llttMto For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY Sinclair And the Beef Trust HE npvcrlilue hill has leaped T Into n mlnenco with u end ditinpss almost startling awl HO coinpliUly leas It absorbed public attention for Ibo time beliiK that the rnto bill fur weeks In the very forefront at Washington scents to have been forgotten The rate bill lejiresiMitu n movement to control rail road freight rates In the lutervxt of RhlplKTH soul the general public TIll HovorldKo meat lutipcctlon bill reps seine nit effort to tin feguani the public health In respect to 0110 of the greatest Industries of the country that of till HliiiiKliter of animal for footl and the dressing II lid ptcking of tin meat for Hlilpnient tar snit whle over the ennui try and over till Inhabited parts of the whole Klolnt lueldeittally the hill represents nUo iv uiOYoiiiiiit to throw proper roxtrnlnU about UH inolhmlH pursued lu the operation of the In dustry anal JO Iniprovo the cttndltlaus under which hut wok Is carried on The honor Uf InlnxlncliiK hue went In spectlou 1111 In iiiis nenato tell to the senior senator from Indiana Albert J llororldKe who hI anti or tint wormto leaders mid an orator known for tuft the fort of his rtiutoilc and tho nlmrpr tress of his wit Senator WeveriilKo Is an author also nnd hU tool about line IlusHlnn unpin which nppujtrcil nlxnit the tlmo Unit war between Japan and Russia broke out vas I wen widely rood Mr HeverldKo Is oat of lht younger set among the WashhiKton Htatrisinen as he will tint W fortyfour yens of age until autumn stud though ho hits enjoyed a unlvursltjr education ho has seen life trout the mint oft vicar of what President Itootwvolt calls the man with the patch on hH brwheV for ho wits plowboy unit rallnmd In borer IngKur suit teniuster In early days The moat Inxpuctlon hill WIII passed tu the senate with remarkable celerity as a rider of the agricultural bill stud It has been sold that the bill was hastily slung together tnuiriM with Mr HeverldKes name and put thmiiKh when Mr Itoos4 velt lad the NVIII lleynolds nirul trust report In his hands to use as n club to compel suds legislation If necessary On the con trary however the MHtemoiit Is niHdo that Mr lUVerltlge was nt work IIHIII the bill for two mouthy prior to Its lu vrroM nrxctiAtn- trodncllon and was one of tile first per attentloniwith the went parking Industry The most lniKrtniit factor of till In bringing thin movement for regulation of till meat trusts operation to Its present status was the novel by Upton Sinclair entitled The Jungle Like tncle Toms Cabin wWcfc Old no touch to bring about tho dmfall of slavery In this country and like Down With Anns which led to tho calling of fie Hague peace conference flue Jungle was written with the view of bringing about n great reform Its au thor was moved to Indignation by the conditions he witnessed an Investiga thou of the Packlngtown district of Chi cage and under the guise of fiction ho described a state of affairs In tho pack ing Industry said by some to be even worse than Sinclair painted It Presi dent Itoorfevelt was no moved on read hug the book that he determined hits In fluence should bo used to rectify the alleged abuses It they existed an de scribed To ascertain this ho hind set era Investigations made tho most Im portent of which was that conducted by Charles P Kelll United States la bor commissioner and James llronson Itcynolda tho settlement worker Their report Is sold to have mitwtantlntid In the main the representations undo In Mr Sinclairs book I The Jungle Is dedicated To the Workingmen of America Its hero passes through some terrible exp erl dices OH one of the throng of workers In Packlngtown The Indictment of tho evils of the Industry wits so strong that Doubleday Page k Co before they agreed to the publication of Mr UnclalrH manuscript sent n lawyer to Chicago to Investigate the situation do scribed Ills report nubstnntlatod the I authors picture and the story was then given to the world- A I Witty Dlvlnr Dr James Yorke Ilrnmston n well known I ndon divine was n good deal of n wit To a woman who was pester Ing him about a marriage she desired to see arranged ho quietly remarked My name ts Drnraston not Brimstone I am not a maker of matches Lest You- Forget Its easy to forgot Especially to overlook the little things- In the rush to get road for your vacation dont forget the little needs that you arc likely to want badly when you cant conveniently get them Suggestions Tooth 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 stilts talcum powder chamois skins footense corn plasters etc Let us show you The Porter Drug Co fiNCOUrORATtn +o +o+o+o po+o+oo+o Fo +o +o+010 +o+o +odo +o +00+o +o+ ooo-o I o At the UptoDate Grocery I o YOU CAN BUYttho vary lxt ami frfsliiwt gtxxlx I hut thorn fresh two or 1 1 tlittHl llmtm a tu ok no utiilT that linn IMHIII 011 liand u- o o 1Standard Sugar Corn00 t liwlnorOil12IIkttt Mary BttlllUlO I 6- o Brown Sugar C t 6 I soil n notiiplnto line of intact all klndu of ulaplo and 6 oh fancy grooirl Itanlxnirx hay all kiinln MHM Ktato4 H and 1 mill fetnl Prompt delivery to all jwuU of oily 6 9 W D LOGSDON Prop t I tIi11 itYou must have it to tfeelcomfortableroom look and i winter There is no better 3 ii1time to buy than now and we have things you need Kitchen Din iinJtroom and Parlor Furniture Bed 3 i room Desks Carpets Vindow IShades Pictures etctLOUIS 0 LESTERII Next to the Mill Chestnut Ave Phone 493 r I The New Cash Store I o Niagara delights the eyes of pleasure seekers o iour offerings delight the eyes of careful buyers 0- i We take this opportunity again calling your o attention to the fact that we have Clothing Hats o- o Shoes Ladies Skirts Notions Trunks Suit Cases and Telescopes We also have a firstrate line of o- s Furnishings for gentlemen ladies youths boys and the little folks which we offer at a very low price o- o considering the quality of the goods The truth i must be told We have goods and they arc marked iwith prices that will soon place them in others hands o iLeto this be you oYourso 0 Harris Rhodus I Co 0 0 o 0 o 0A- cotllooooaoooYoaoooooooooooooojot o Hriplralliin t In lionllh mill during oiorrtao the ItllilirInchon on+ liilmlM nt well nwplrntloii In an hour HM entile Indu of nlr vlll1M + Irtftplivil mul In twontjrfoiir Noun IlMiM little lupin MrUnl Iir Hlreel Clrnnrr Tim iiiunHiMtlltj of IHrtti nwnnli every mttMMl jwir n Mlvw imilnl to the most liMliMtrUiu tmt elunnrr r lnrlj lyierlnnre 4 Tlld4t jHckdiur A t n law innrhtn- T cry work nwir Kllmitrnoclc Pcotliuul won rmntlr illMuvwvd Inxldf hat RTlWt wheel Of sue Of that OIlBllH- HAfltir elrriilntliiK for over two nnd u half IIOUM nt Ill nvoliKloiis per tntti uti tint Mrd was rvinovcil absolutely unhnriiuil t Juniper llerrlei It N n wrtl known tact thAt junli or flowcrii do imt iKrfict tlwlr wrrls tear two yttnrt imminicntlj there nn hluo and green livrrltH mi tho plants at tho i ensue time jTill Crr of the teal Tim cries of no nnlmiilx approach morn cltwfly tint of the IIUIIMII voice I then UMMO uf HMIU when InnienthiK the IOM or eapturv of thilr young They emit a wnllltiK iiml nITivtIiij cry Mint i tar to that of n woman In dtp KTluf Unique Set of Uoinlnoa A raptnln In the tnltol Htnto life ItIInIIIK H rVlCO ItOMIMMHCM n UllllHIO set They nre made from t Ucoa of twenty eight different works which imvfl occurred In hats district Colored Itnln Colored rout In the shnrKt of mil g lInt of little ref green nnd yellow In i sects tell recently nt Angers Krunce hOllrllfif they chofctil tho water pliaii In Uio r town aiiil were Hltovvhil up In the HtreeM Iiy till rnrtlond ICnalnndtoxclmiiKO founded jjovern Tuesday In Hinln- TniPtlnyt f Is coiidldereil nil unlucky vv day In Bpnln BoinetlmcH on a flll- lliIIIIT there IK not n single innrrlaRO reg i In this whole of Madrid On 0 TuemlnyH too railway carrlnKni ore l it fjliuait Itnpty eo that fnnilRiiuni tray cling In Spain fin olwayH Insure n currliiRo to thcmnelveo merely by nr t aiiKlnK to start on tholr journeys on xuesduyi fCnrt Tliu term coroner Is from the wonl corplieonneli which means a r i corpse Inspector HnclUh Hmtrrm In AUHtrnlln they Imvo nn oyster that I H bigger than n dinner plate mid the oynlerH of KiiKland have the tanto of i old copK r nulls Thin is nnld to nrlso from tho fact that tint oyster bets of pie over copper mines piEnglllllI Ina For llclra Ono of tho oldest wlll wan ono rc contly executed hy which tho wtnto of W II MnlnwnrlnK of Kiwlnnd was s divided Into nix wjiinl shnren rim six children of tho Uwtator drew from a box envelopes containing numbers cor I resiwndlnu to these portions and each icccpted without qucntton that per Uoft lIlm1ed br chance IInIsar ifianllri shower came up the nrtlst WH was wnlkliiR thruURh New Vamp slain on H nkitclilnj tour sought shel 1lt1 under a tree where he HIM soon Joined by smother wayfarer a man of middle age who lookitl a sort of better else tramp anti Indeeil was one The two IllI IIfllll Into convenmtlon rind It mine out thai the wayfarer was a ImrnmM maker by vocation but n rover ly tlIIIIIIV 1 H wild Im it rolllm stone Im tuavor IIappy In our place Im hurt1 today nml Konf tomorrow Thero nlut nlo1IThe arttot 1tgnn tn think that he had fallon In with H modem Marco Iolo and iiy way of leadliiK up to same hr toruMtliiK un loto of till nntlpodea ho relaarkdiltou IMVO teen quite n tray I olorWoil thatH nlxHit so the man moilMily npllol 1 roll on I could flail my way over New Hampshire with my yes shut and I was once two mouth In Vermont Cold That 1111 nod Cold Tlin Cnr In linglaiid severe cold generally k111s a Jollll many people In curtain parts of North Amerlea told still more severe puts nr w llfo lido them It re quires no nrcumuntatlon to slow that hero must IH n dullnltc reason fiw tills The chief season la that liiiKllft cold In mostly dump wills In North Amer IrA It Is mostly dry There N the great est dlffurence In the world between dry nlr nnd damp air The former Is usu ally air pure nod simple posacstdiiK n full ijuantlty of oxygen nod often clmrptxl highly with ozone The latter contUta of air mixed with tho vapor of water When tho former air fully oxygenated Is breathed It Btlmulntej more iMworfully than chamnnguc Tie latter loss oxygenated and chargetl with spar of water not only does not ftlmuluto but depresses Public Opin lou Inilnii Wonderful Volcrj Mmo PastaA voice extended from low A to D In nltlKslmo and was ono of the most remarkable Illustrations ever furnished of the value of musical culture In overcoming natural blent Mies Her olce was stubborn and tin manageable but by dint of study unit Indefatigable persevernnee sho brought It to a state of perfection that was tho iidmlnitlon of her contemporaries Her delight was the bravura style of orna ment and where the composer had not boon sulllelently liberal In bestowing ornamentation on her part she Invented cavatlnas of her own natal used them with such effect that they were goiter ally regnnltJ as the best part of her sInging sane made her first appear once on the stage In 1815 tier last In 18o The Meaning of Hfnipnthr It was a clever Frenchwoman who sold Those who Imvo suffered touch nro like tboso who know many Inn gungeH They have Icnnuxl to under stand natal to ho understood by many It Is an Impossibility to fully sympa Maize with anothers experience unless It has been at some time ones own In trouble cr grief wo turn Instinctive ly to somo one whom wo know has been through tho nmo experience It Is the old human longing for compan ionship that shows Itself The feeling Is strong within us that sho will feel mad know with mo Therein lies tho meaning of sympathy d A Ilrnvo Sailor There Is a tablet In tho sailors home nt Melbourne to James Mnrr Ho was n sailor before the mast on the flip On July 15 18711 the HIp was caught Iin n squall Mnrr sot astride of the when a great wave broko over the lx at and brought down the mainmast There was only ono chance to save the HIp That was to cut away the litter Hut Marr clung to the broken spar one to cut away meant to send him over board to death So looking at him doubtfully the men hcwltatclUaelr- axes In tholr hands Marr helpless pondered litasaw tint his0cath IKJ the boats salvation nod he shouted Cut away mates Ooodby Then he let himself fall Into the cold wild sea A rntnl Pun According to John Stow chronicler and antiquary about irno who wrote and published flummarle of Knglysh Chronicles Sir William ColllngwooU was executed In 1JS1 for writing lie following political squib lit n manner which In his tiny wits considered most excellent wit The rat the cat and Level the dog nine nil RngUnd under the toe This was during the reign of Itlch ant 111 at a time when tho chief agents of his evil schemes were Call by Ilatcllff nud Level Level was lied a common uamo for n dog and as a white hone was displayed on the kings escutcheon the reference to n hog was obvious and so offensive that It brought nbout tho writers death Jut Hiirrir Right Out Never suppress a sneeze said the trained nurse to tho young woman who hind just performed that polite act It Is n great strain on all the nerves and blood vessels of tho head as It throws all the action to the back of tho head Instead of letting It come out of the mouth safely und naturally The unusual and lined strain on a Ill tlo blood vessel that may be weak U likely to burst it and cause Instant dlathoA loud snooze does not sound very nice but It Is n safe thine to do every time Cumrl Cavntrr It Is common to think of n camel the proverbial ship of tho desert as a pa lent beast of burden Guided ty skill fop hands however It becomes n very formidable war steed The Somali warriors have ridden camels In many tierce charges for generations Mount ed on the back of an active camel with a lung spear for n weapon one of their savages Is nn enemy to bo feared No Poetry in III Soul Patrick Phats thot ycz dug up Molkc Mike Only n clothespin Pat rick Indignantly Only n clothespin Is Itl Och but Its llttlo poetry yaz have In yr soul Molke Tlnk av the scores nv shwuto mouths tot same clothespin may have been Into Now York Weekly Prlrndlr HuimrsMon- Borem That fiveyearold boy of mine gets oft somo good things This morning at breakfast ho said Knox InterruptlngHo should 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300 feet long the build t ings consist of a Produce House two story dwelling and barn f This property is well worth the money I ask for it The busi ness is the most promising of any business in Berea from the fact that it is a specialty without competition The business that is being done shows a profit of two thousand dollars per year clear receipts What has been done can be done again Any one desiring this property should call at once on J P1 BICKNELL Real Estate Agent BEREA KENTUCKY HOUSES TO RENT Berea College has a few desirable houses to rent in Boren some of them with barn and garden Inquire of the Treasurer any weekday tl45 to 12 a m or 3 to 4 p in By Thne something ex winsome about she usuch a wish or ne Union roquet tiiK and hwied and in the face of daager and true aiI haL N Y Moil us FOR SALEIfew good J exchange for other property j W IIERNDON 3 miles from Berea tho Pike An Ideal Heroine Barbara Winslow RebelEUZABETH ELLIS Ictedingly andtitBrooklyn Srandanf IBarbara alluring 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Spring nod Fall Courses o anooJaco Cincinnati Ohio 0- oooooooooooooooo ooeooeooeooo e 1 1 LI 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I I I 1 1 I 1 I I I 1 11 1 1 1 1 I I 11 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 I I 1 I 1 I 1 1 Eastern Kentucky News lfo correlpoll4lIe pxbnshed uiue elgned tll fen by the writer Tile name le oat for pebncatloa but as an ertdeaa of roof fAith Write pllllly I 111111111111 11111111111 MADiSOn COUNTY II IIEYYC- HJuno 0Several from this vicinity attended court at RichmondMice MngRio Bengo of Hugh returned homo Saturday after an extended visit with her sister Mrs Lizzii Kimberlniu Miss Minnie Snmllii won the guest of Miss Berthn Baker Sunday B taker is painting for J W irendren this weekF M Joncfl and wife visited relatives nf Boron Saturday nightTim Baker of Boron was in our town J K Sandlin and wife were the gUlffltS of Lawrence Powell and wif- eSIIndayMiss rtnnlnli Rubbles who has lieun visiting at Red House for some time returned homo Saturday Misses Myrtle Winkler null Loa Holland who have been staying at Kingston visited home folkH Sunday Mrs B Lain and daughter Pearl were the guests of Sirs Sallie Powoll Monday Jim Harris and family of Irvine have beon visiting Sire Harriss parents Mr and Mrs George Hurd the past wookIt Spurlocfc anti wife made n business trip to Richmond Saturday O T Ciirr nod daughter Susie of Innoln nail George McColIinn and Jim Onb band wore tho guests of J C Powell Tuesday night Several from here attended the Boron Commencement Wednesday Mr J K Sparks aril daughter Dora wore the gjiests Qf George Sparks Tuesday night GARRARD COUNTY IKiri Nn 81KtXOH June 4Mr and Mrs Russ Sin gleton visited Mr and Mrs Samuel McQuory Sunday Lucy Cheek via ited Bettie Told SundayRobert Smith is very low at this writing aw is not expected to recover C II Told wont to Borea lust week on business Tnylor Mullins and son of Orlando visited Larkin Mullins of Crab Ordinal Saturday and Sun dayMrs Mary Roberts spent Sun day with Emma Holman Crops in this vicinity are looking well CLAY COUNTY huff lw HIUtOH Juno 4Miss Hnngen and Mrs W White started for Keren last Fri i day They expect to remain for tho Commencement Mrs White is mak 1 lug preparations to have her son at tend school there next yenr Jack Rnwliugs has just returned from Cincinnatiwhore ho has been visiting friends and relatives Mrs Lil ly McOreary is improving greatly in IlCulthIIII A Brock gave an ice cream supper Saturday evening A Goo time was reported by nil those who wore present Prof Brockand other citizens of this place went on a fishing trip to Goose River Thursday They wore very successful re turning with a fine lot of fish Their largest fish was a blue cat twenty inches longThe now fence around the school lot at Burning Springs has just been completed by Prof Brock It adds much beauty to tho appearance of tho place Our Sunday School is progressing very ni A new Bible Class lies been- organizedEverybody was expect ing preaching Sunday night but were greatly disappointed t h o preacher being very iUJnIDtS Jew el expects to attend Berea College this yonrProf Brock is getting alonghiculy in the poultry business He recently performed two surgical operations on his nicest Leghorns taking a largo burr from ones craw nnd n1 largo gravel from tire other The patients have recovered andare now larger than any of the others Norm Robinson of Monticello is the guudtof Mr and Mrs Asher Mrs Ashor gave a flinch party Saturday bliss Robinson ChudieThompson of Manchester is visiting home folks in Burning Springs this week ln lrurtloii to Currn ii iiicl inl In spelling proper names name of jxjrBoiiB or places writo plainly We can guess at other things but wo dont like to guess at names v Try to got your correspondence in by Tuesday night or by Wednesday noon nt latest still something important bra happened wd want it even if you cant get it to us before Thursday Wo reserve the right tQ niter or to leave out ttilythitJ that we consider too or 0 of aufiiciont int crest for the majority of our renders Wo want correspondence from all parts of tho country Let us know what is happening in your locality Sign your name to every letter you mUll us Wo will not publish your name unless you consent to it but must know who has written tho communication Agoodsqunre piano for sale or rent at Chriamnns the furniture man L = I 1 I 1 1 I I I 1 I I 1 1 I I I 1 I I 1 1 I I I I I IDAHO LETTER Stiles Idaho May 2S To the Hdltor of The Clllwn Allow mo to go back a few miles from Tolucn the plnco whore I left oft in my lost letter and give the reader an idol of Ctisters last battle ground in Montana It Iitt1 a few hundred yards from tho rail rowI on the north side nnd between the Big- Horn and Rosebud rivers There are monuments marking the last resting place of General Custor and his men Our arrival at Billings Montana at 1040 brought us to the Nor horn Pacific Railroad which we traveled riv1orsome of the picturesque scenery Montana orI We arrived at Livingston at 245 p m This town is situated on the Yellowstone river and IraI sling east one would change cars to the Yellowstone National Park Wy Here is the finest union depot west of St Paul Here was attached nu ultra engino to letrryus across the Rockies After crossing a portion of the mountains wo came to tho I Butte Tunnel which is snore than two miteR long by which wo passed under the main range of the Rockies At this point the mountains are over 12000 feet high At 7 pin We were on the summit of the highest mountain and the sun was shining bright and throwing its rays of light on snow caps presenting tho most wonderful view The sun was hidden from view at 810 p m by eastern time and it became dark Then we came to Silver Bow river named by two miners or prospectors on seeing the suns light upon it at an earl hour in the morning At t20a m Sunday we crossed tho Coour DAldtie Mountains Hero we entered North Idaho and traveling for quite a distance we came to till beautiful feud dOroillo Lako which in the finest laxly of water I ever saw It is situated between two large mountains which nm down to the waters edge It is more than five miles wide and thirtyfive miles long and is hotel for its fine fish Now allow me to give you an don of tho prairies of tho northwest Af ter leaving this most magnificent lake we founts we were going on a parallel lino across Idaho which is n plateau country more than 1000 feet highand looking over its vast plain one see great herds of cattle feeding on prairie grass Scarcely any timber was to he soon only as you glanced to the east in the direction of the mania range of the Rock lea Wo arrived at Spokane Wash at 1010 p m Monday where wo changed cars to Potlatch Jet Idaho lea beautiful city situated upon a vast plateau and moro than 12000 foot high It is tho center of trade in eastern Washington This city has fine water power We arrived at Potlatch Jct at 315 andchanged cnra for Stiles Idaho Passing some of tho grunt canons of Idaho wo arrived at Stiles at 040 p m Monday This ended our journey and after mooting with our friends antI having a hearty hand shake we felt at home once moro I will stop hoar for tho present anti will in my next letter give a description of what I have seen and learned of Idaho Yours truly C B Moore THE WRITERS Augusta de Wit U the lending woman writer of Holland 31e has seen much of life and the world and Is ns much at home In Javas jungles and mountain districts as In the Scotch highlands In the lagoons of Venice as In her native Dutch iMilders Miss Mildred daughter of William Dean Howcllx the novelist Is n clever artist and began to show her talent when eleven years old Miss llowell Is now a slender splHtuelle young wo man much devoted to art mid Ilion ture antI with no taste for society One q f the busiest and nest versatile of KurojHiin wrltere Is Rplrldlon Gop covlc who lives at Iuiwlnplccolo mad who bus written newspaper articles and b Mks In nine languages German French Italian English Servian Dan lshr Spaiilnh Portuguese and Swedish JEWELRY JOTTINGS The orchid design U one of the pret h oat seen In photograph frames of JlI tlt11111erIornamentKl In diamonds show con nected bowknot effects I A four leaf clover In green enamel edged with diamonds ornament a small gold watch of plain finish Rather large oval sleeve links are finished In plain bright gold whllo others arc finely engraved and still others In rose sold are richly chased tnd set with gems Tom Paines Old Farm To Be Sold TIlE announce that the estate In New Rochelle N Y once owned by Thomas Paine la to lorl Bold recalls the theory that this bold and fearless thinker was the real author of the nllnrnllnn of T Indepcmlencontlopt811 uouee 1101I at Philadelphia lTO years ago next mouth Pnlne was chiefly known at the time of the Revolution and for Rome years afterward UH a writer on political subjects It was not until lat er years that the religious writings ap geared which earned him a reputation as a critic of the orthodox theology of his time lie was hover an atheist but his attacks on accepted Ixllefs ahead ed ninny of his enrller friend and ol scared for years the fact that his sere ices to his country were of great value Paine was tarn In Thetford NQr folk England In ITT Tils father was InlneIup r anti nlm to his beliefs hit hi dl l not adhere to either very long lie WAS a Methodist preacher In London a to iHtcconlst at Iewi8 Sussex and an exciseman before his departure from hs native mutt In 1774 He had made the acquaintance of Renjamln Frank Item dnrlnc the tatters residence In England an agent for the colonies and this statesmans influence found work for Ids pen when he arrived In Amer ica The work that attracted the most attention at the time and that upon which his character as a patriot Is chlelly teased was his pamphlet entitled Common Sense In which he advocated absolute separation front the mother country It tame out early In 1770 nnd Rivalry Influenced the movement which resulted In the adop don of the Declaration of Independ lice Inter In the year Whether he wrote that Immortal document or pot he fornfeluMl many arguments that PAINE UORUMXNT NEW nOCHKLLK N T were used In effecting Its passage As to the question of Falnea possible authorship of the Declaration the theo ry hums been advanced that he wrote a paper of similar Import and showed It to Jefferson and Franklin with whom he was on Intimate terms that when three two were appointed ou the com mlttee to draw up a declaration Jet Person wont to Paine to get his draft and using It as n Iwsla wrote the doc ument whose authorship Is iwually credited to him On account of his authorship of Common Sense the American Ihllo lophlcal society admitted hint to mew betship time University of Ionnsylva nla conferred upon him the degree of M A and the state legislature voted him the sum of X500 lIe served a short time In the army as aid to General Nathanael Greene and In 1781 be was Influential In obtaining loans from trance and Holland for the new nation mid so much were big serrlcert In this and other ways appreciated that congress voted him f3000 anti the Unto of New York gave him tho tam at New Hochellc where he spent the dosing years of his life The estate was originally one of1 300 acres Paine diet at New Itochelle In 1809 and his body was burled on his farm but In 1810 it was taken to England by the Radical William Cobbett with the hopo sf arousing enthusiasm for the repub lican Ideas of which PaIne was the exemplar The monument for which Paine provided In his will still stands near his first grave The occupant of the Qld farmhouse for the post forty years has been Wesley See The stormiest period of the life of tills write and sage was that portion passed In France In tho closing years Lot the eighteenth century He UiltlOnall1allllcmhly not radical enough to please tho Jal coblns He voted against the behead i lag of Louis and was thrown Into pris on by Hobespleno lie was releapeIi through the effort of Jamea Monroe 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the paint yourself when you are ready to spread it you want tho finest frchcit strongest farthest spreading and longeststicking paint on you have to get llammar Paint the paint that stops at the right point with the pigments and driers scientifically ground by and the oil left for you to put in Gallon of to gallon of no more no lessthats tha whole story of aatidaction llammar paint is guaranteed to stick and look t your money back if It dontDrop In some day and let me show you how you can save 25Xo on tho next bill of paint you buy J P BIOKNELL I Berea Ky t I + hh rA Man May- Earn I A princely salary he may command the highest wngcs of his tradehe may do a nice thriving business in farming stockraising or merchandising yet if he spends all his money he is a desperately poor man Me will remain in poverty until he begins to bank a little of his earnings and create a surplus fund for the day ofadversIty and to provide for the unproductive years of advanced nge You know this to be true Arc 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