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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 u1 III tI1 I II II 1111 lit BEREA PUBLISHING CO K ALBERT COOKPhD Manager EnUrrJ at lit Poittfflet al Bent Ay at ie md star matt- matterinmmmmmmnm I I VOL VIII Flvo Gouts a Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 21 1000 Ono Dollar a Yoar NO 11 It 1 WEATHER REPORT Mr Flaneryfl report of weather observations from Monday Juno 11 to Sunday Juno 17 given the fol lowing figures Temperature Itnliifnl- lllleliiit t In Inrliwi- MuuUy 7fl 07 180 TiiiMHlnjr H3 a4 ot WMlnoMliiir 18641TUuncUj 70 OH 00 YHda 11 ilK Maturilay 0411HuutUy III ou oa Anna 141 h Tull H4U HALUTATOHV I In taking up the work laid down a week ago by Rev L IS Tuppor tho new editor of the Citizen desires to giro a word of introduction Cud grout lug And first ho wishes to thank his predecessor for all ills kindness and courtesy Shown in acquainting him with his now duties and in other t ways and to oipress his hearty and sincere appreciation of his ability and character Ho usk his wife to darn the holes in the tnautlo dropped i upon his shoulders by tho recent editor and when the weather is colder f will doubtless find it comfortable and ample and not the less useful because of its llt wearer The now editor was called to his present work without t having had any serious ambition to show his talents In the world of paste and shears but hopes that his efforts to use those famous instruments of education and enlightenment may not bo entirely Ineffectual Tho editor Intends to carry out tho plans and principles of tho owners of three paper as ho may be able and understands that amongthem tho fol lowing are prominent Tho first prin ciple of tho paper is to urge and encourage all that is right In business in polities In society In religion and in private life Righteousness In bust ness would mean absolute honest and obedience to tho Golden Rule We would not undertake to say with some that Honesty is thobcsl policy In all cases whore tho purpose is to make money Wo believe more money could often ho made Uy dishonest melhoda and disregard of the Golden Rule than by truth and honor and loriug ones neighbor as ones self but oven if this wore always true which it is notwa would stand for honesty and tho Golden Rule Tho Citizen has announced tlfB Re publican In politics but that is Ixrouso its inauagemout believe that the Republican party stands more clearly and strongly for righteousness In Kentucky politics than the Demo cratic party A person is right in his polities when without regard to his own private Intervals ho works votes and prays for the success of those moo anti those principles which h believes would bo most valuable fo his community his country and tho world And quy other sort of politics than this is impure and nn honest man will not bo found mixed up with It A is an ol hia countryThu full and impartial enforcement of 111111W8 is one of principles of righteous neeeuarfly very wrong but they bo enforced or repealed not neglected Righteousness In society will not necessarily mean Intermarriage be swoon different races but it will J mean respecting every man accord 4 ing to his character and the main tenance of absolute purity in sexual relations not only tbo purity ro quitted by law but that required by God lllghtoousness In religion means the promotion of love to God and Followman Tho promotion of the prosperity of any particular sect r or church which engenders discord among won instead of love compo titian instead of cooperation and c worships doctrines Instead of God Is not right religion- Righteousness in private lifemeans the protection of tho health of tho body by avoidance of all drugs or poisons or habits which would toad to dOlltroy la and the proteclio of the health of the soul by the car rying out In dens thoughts of tho r principles wo have enumerated for his action Tho second main principle of tho Citizen is to give the most valuable information it can procure along the linos of the Interests of its con stituency Tho editor solicits the cooperation of all those who road tho Citizen lu his efforts to curry out those- t principles Last Thursday Juno 14th was Flag Day The Womonn Relief Corps of Kentucky presented a beau tiful U S Flag to Uerea College in token of their appreciation of the hospitality of the College during the and after Faculty moot lug about Proo clock last Thursday the Faculty marched over to tho tall lag pole in front of Prof Dodges house and President Frost hauled the lag to tbo top of tho mast while the Star Spangled Banner was wag by the Faculty Tho College appreciate this gift r1 H 7 2 r THE 4Jun6 CITIZEN ITHE LINCOLN CABIN Kentucky is to load tho way in rolling up H membership for tho Lin cola Farm Association The old farm on which Abraham Lincoln was born and where ho spent tho early years of bin boyhood at Hodgcnvillo this State is to bo made into a great Lincoln National Park It is to bo a great work of tho whole people Every man woman and child in Kentucky is asked to join tho Association and help make up tho fund needed Send in any amount from 25 cents to 25and you will bo made an Honorary Member wthout further dues or assessments whatever The As sociation will send you a largo handsomely engraved Certificate and your name will be put in tho Permanent Catalogue to bo kept in a place of honor at the Park forever Send your subscription to tho offico of the Citizen Lot every loyal Kentuckian join now and show tho nation that Kentucky still leads in patriotism and loyalty to her great men EIGHTH KENTUCKY HISTOftYI CHAPTER VII When tho firingof tho pickets LieutenantyS seized ono of tho guns tho same time was frantically urging his company to get into line Little Ab Wiseman of Company K ran up to Lieutenant S + holding out his cup of coffee saying Lieutenant If you are not going to use my gun just hold my coffee and watch mo tumble one of them jins Wise man made good use of his gun After the action ho asked the lieuten ant what ho had done with his coffee Tho lieutenant had forgotten Well lieutenant said Ab you may do to trust in a fight but you cant hold coffee for me nln sure complimontOtltllO deaf services and expecting another visit from tho enomy the regiment hero until the next day the HUb when the regiment march bivouackede 20thrmoved two miles down tho stream to tho crossing of the Lebanon Pike whore our convalescents and camp equipage with the remainder of tho brigade had moved The next day wo crossed to the north side of the river and laid off a regular camp near tho Nashville and Lebanon pike Tho quartermaster issued to us some clothing that requisitions had boon sent in for at Ol1l1atln Burn ham was a men we all liked but like many good teen he let strong drink too often gut tho hotter of him and bo resigned Lieutenant Thoa Car son was appointed acting quarter masterLieutenants W Park and Jackson with two men from each company were hero detached and assigned to tho Mechanics Corps Tho 24th being n nice day the Eighth drilled and had dress parade for tho first time since tho first of September Colonel May made the regiment ono of his interesting speeches Some of our mon that had been left sick in Nashville re joined the command and Sergeant Lewis Company U was appointed regimental wagonmaslor Tho 25th wo loaded up andmarched across to tho Murfrocsboro piko whoro wo remained until tho 28th On that evening wo moved near the deaf and dumb asylum four miles south Tho regiment as well tis nil tho brigade worked hard tho 20th clear IllS off brush and trying to arrange our old leaky touts and flies BO ns to protect us from tho cold wind that began to hero an icy tinge Hero Captains Winbourn and Hick mon rejoined us both having been sick and absent nearly two mouths Tho let day of December limo Third Division was reviewed by Germ oral Ilosecrana not merely as a milt tary custom but to see the actual condition of his army Tho men returned to camp much pleasedwith Old Rosy AB ho slowly passed along the line ho was sure to notice appearanceAuknapsack was mildly pointed if tho fault appeared to bo tho neglect of tho cr would stop and ad minister short but pointed good humored lecture often saying Myi men have to be clothed and fed 1 takes tho last dollar tho government can raise to do it with Now boys if you need pants slices or anything allowed for tho soldier get after your captain let the captain got after the quartermaster and let him get after tho brigade and division quartermaster general and our need supplied thou by tho help of God wo will put down this rebellion The old saying that first impress ions are lasting ones proved true in this case Old Rosy was over lovedand respected by the men ol our brigade and his orders were all times our law and obeyed wit cheerful alacrity The weather continued cold for several days and our men suffered for want of overcoats On the 7th of December Colonel Damns left for Kentucky on leave of absence hut before ho started ho did a good act in calling Chaplain Paul to account buylugof the first issue of greenbacks or demand notes that were at all times worth their face in gold Ho soon chaplain ed Till UIY had not provedof much advantage spiritually to tho Eighth But all the fault may not preachedbutally believed from his general conduct that bo was not spiritually minded Tho Oth of December the Third Brigade and fifty wagons went out on Stone river near Dobbins Ferry on a foraging expedition Tho rebel cavalry had on several occasions attacked our foraging parties and Colonel Matthews had two pieces of artillery taken along with us Pass ing outside our outer vidottcs wo were soon near tho ferry on what wo termed neutral ground Tho Twentyfirst and Eighth Kentucky proceeded to load tho wagons from adjoiningfarmsThirtyfifth Indiana formed n good chain of thickets We bad been en gaged in loading but a short time before a regiment of rebel cavalry made on attack on tho Thirty fifth and for fifteen minutes the fighting was sharp tho Thirtyfifth being re inbreed by tho Fiftyfirst and part of the Twentyfirst Kentucky caused tho Johnnies to leaving three of their mon lendani several Thirtymthlostprincipally slight Adjutant Mullen being time first to fall with a ball through his fair temple Tho train was at last loaded and put in motion Colonel Matthews with the Thirty fifth and Fiftyfirst in trout the Twenty first deployed marched along by tho wagons tho Eighth commanded by Lieutenant Colonel May forming tho rear guard A few stray shots foil among us from a body of mounted robs on the oppo site side of the river but wo knew that was done to attract our ntten tion while a part of their force en deavored to cut us off from the train The Adjutant being absent Colo nol May asked mo to mount a mule anti act to him in that capacity A half milo from tho ferry tho road ran through a dense growth of low cedars Hero wo wore attached by two reg iments of rebel cavalry ou our loft Wo halted fronted andopened a deadly oblique firo our front rank kneeling to obtain clear rango under tho cedar boughs and give tho rear rank better opportunity to firo low and thus for twenty minutes wo did them serious injury By Colonel Mays order I went down tho road a short distance and discovered part of tho enemys forco wore moving to ward the rear of the train evidently with the intention of trying to cut us off I hurried back and roported to Colonel May that fact Ho gave the command right face forward double quickmarch for onefourth of a mile and wo came opposite the last named force who were now dismounted Again we halted and rev turned their sharp fire each man firing about four rounds Seeing tho danger of having our little regiment surrounded by superior numbers our brave old colonels voice rang musketryRightmarch Our column crowded tho narrow road Colonel May and myself being on the sido of the column and mounted wore compelled to fall into time rear of the regiment and became special targets for tho enemy who came pressing on after us after the boys cleared tho road tho colonel and tho author followed on I was minus a cup that had been shot from my head Tho colonels over coat had two bullet holes in it and ono through old Blacks ear We doubloqulcked it an oblique direc than through time woods and soon came to the other regiments who had with our two pieces of artillery started back to assist us while tho wagon train went lumbering on safe into camp The Eighth took position on the left of tho brigade the solid shot from the rebel battery whizzing uncomfortably near our heads We lay In line supporting our two pieces until the last charge in the caissons had been fired The enemy appeared not to desire any more close work with small arms and as night camo on they fell back to our encampment Our loss in the Eighth was two killed fourteen wounded and five prisoners Of tho wounded slighthCompany G Fillpot and Corporal Landrum Company A ono of Com pany C one of Company I and pri vate B Frailoy Company H serious ly Surgeon Mills amputated Lan drums arm the morning of the 10th Ho and Frailey soon after diedof their wounds Pleasant Smith of Company D was one of those killed in this fight The enemys loss was reported by tho detail who wont with tho flag of truce to bury our dead to have been more than twice our loss where we were first engaged It would be unjust in me to mention any particular or individual act of brav dutyThedivision moved back two miles nearer Nashville whore all remained until tho 25th the Eighth doing their share of forage and picket duty The 14th the author receivedan order from General VanCleve now commanding tho division to proceed to Louisville and bring forward all the officers desks and trunks belong jug to the Eighth stored there also to collect and bring to the front all men theta in hospitals or barracks belonging to the Third Brigade Lieutenant McDaniel accompanied me to Nashville Next morning I took the train for Louisville where by the 23rd I had collected twenty eight men of our brigade had the officers baggage carted to the depot and put on the train that was to follow tho ono myself and mon occupied daylight train that passed ovor tho road for soveral Morgans guerrillas having on that night destroyed portion of the road behind us At 8 oclock I procured a pass for Sergeant Elkin and tho men to get out through tho pickets andsent them on to the command I remained waitingfortelegraph that the train containing our trunks was safe at Elizabeth town awaiting repairs to the road TO BE COXTINCED Thy Like to Coma hack Wm F Young a Boron student twentyfive years ago has been spending a few days here with his friends Mrs Williamson and her laughter of VersalllosOhlo Mr Young has a very warm spot in his heart for the College Ho has been a successful farmer anti business bologNewkirkand Mrs Hill are the only friends he could find whom ho know in his student days here TO CUUK A COLD IN ONli DAY Take LAXAT1VK BROMO 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Island SystemIo 0+0+00+0+0+O+00+ Very lOw rates alt summer It1OU cant It with therElks Iet me tell you about then A ptal rU1 do SEO H LE- EIe Pass Art Little Rock Ark oo+o+o+o+o+o +o+o l I H I I- It P IIIEii i I Ic +0O+OO+o+e+ ofj T 1 I I j Under the Red Robe l By STANLEY J WETHAN CDctxrUM KM by Buoltr J Wermta1 CHAPTBH XHCOHTISUKD I wish to have a few words with mndamolenlle alone I explained Alone be answered frowning 4 Vos I replied without blenching N though his face Rtew dark For the mattar of that you can be within call jUthoUme It you please nut I have j a reason for wishing to ride a little way with her To tfill her something J Thcn Vov you can toll it to me he 1 totortcd suspiciously Madomolxellc I will answer for It has no desire to See me or speak to me I said taking him up I can understand that Yct I want to speak to her Very well you can speak to her Letpusmade a movement as If to do sot Thrt will not do M do Coche i irorct I said firmly stopping him I my hand Let me beg you to be more complaisant It Is a small thing to ask but I swear to you If madem Djsello does not grant It she will re r pent It all her tire I r Ho looked at me his face growing f darker and darker Fine words be said presently with a sneer Yet I Ifaney understand them Then with i i passionate oath ho broke out In a fresh tone nut I will not have It- tlJ have not been blind M do Borault I understand Dut I will not have s rltl I will hivro no such Judi8 bargain t mad lard u do think I rsuff facagajniII said restraining myself with difficulty I could Have struck tho fool tDlltI know what you mean be rtpllcd In a tone of repressed rage You wJtild IiAvdMicr sell herself sell herself body and soul to you to save melt And you would have me stand 1byand see the thing done Well my t answer Is never though I go to the wheel I will die a gentleman If I V t have lived a fool- I think you will dothe one as eer tainly as you have done tho other I retorted In my exasperation Andyet I admired him Oh I am not such a fool he erred scowling at me as you have perhapsI thought I have used my eyes f i Then be good enough now to favor 1mewith your ears I answered dryly listen when I say that no such bargain has ever crossed my mind You were kind enough to think well of mo last night M Je Cocheforet Why should the mention of mademoiselle in a moment change your opinion I wish simply to speak to her I have nothing to ask from her neither favor nor anything rise And what T say son will doubtless toll you after wards Ciel man I continued angrily what harm con I do to her in the road In your sight He looked at me sullenly his face stilt i flushed his eyes suspicious What lo you want to say to herT ho asked i Jealously He was quite unlike himself Ills airy nonchalance his careless gaiety were gone You know what I do not want to say to her hi do So heroiet I answered r1at should he OUhi lie glowered at mor 5i moment still ill content Then without a word he made me a gesture to go to R her Sho had halted a score of paces away wondering doubtless what was on foot l rode towards her She wore her mask so that I lost the expression of her face as I approached but the manner in which the turned her horses heed uncompromisingly tcwarde her brother slid looked frist meas It I were merely a log In the ro dwasfull of meaning I felt the ground suddenly Ct1VCrqp1 me saluted her it Stndemolsglle I said wrilyDu gr ime iho privilege of your company for a few minutes as wq ride To what purpose Sir she answered iri Ilio coldest voice In which 1 think a woman ewer spoke to a man That I mnl explain to you a great manjMhlngs you do not understand I murniurlj I prefer tpbc In the dark she re lilted And her manner said more than her whore But Mademoiselle I pleaded I would not ho dlscoqrascdrryou Jold tae one day that you wotildTievcr Jtldga againaFAeia 011 not 1 Sir she answered icily I am not sufficiently Jon a level with you to be ab4 to judge you1 thank pod f aljlvercd though the sun way on mo the hollow whop we stood was thoughtjbyoii fbifnd that ou had been wrong it tnay be so again Mademoiselle Impossible she said That stung mo NoKI sail fiercely i alt Is not lmnofisiilo It is you who tre Impossible It is you who arc- heartless Mtulcmoliclte I have doi4 much tveryc much In the last three dayrblO maiw thinrnIlghfertftinyouI bask J o i now to do something for mo 1y h ca jtostyoti J Kolhtug she answered slowly Mid beg aarsfui voice cut me ai II It a had been a Itnlfe Do you think Mon mI8Crespcctspeak to youT Do you think It costs me nothing to be here where I lath every look you cast on mo Is an Insult every breath I take In your pressnce a contamination Nothing Monsieur She laughed In hitter Irony Oh be sure something lint something which I despair of making clear to you- I sat for n moment In my saddle shaken and quivering wlthpaln It had been one thing to feel that she hated and scorned me to know that tho trust and confidence which she had begun to place In me were changed to loathing It was another to listen to her hard pitiless words to change color under the lash of her gluing tongue For a moment I could not find voice to answer her Then I pointed to M de Cocheforet Do you love him I said hoarsely roughly The gibing tone had passed from her voice to mine She did not answer Because If you do I continued you will let me tell my tale Say no but once more Mademoiselle am only human and I go And you will repent It all your lite I had dono hotter had I taken that tone from tho beginning She winced her head drooped she seemed to grow smaller All In a moment as It were her pride collapsed I will hoar you she answered feebly Then wo will ride on It you please I said keeping the advantage I had gained You need not fear Your brother will follow I caught hold ot her rein and turned her horse and she suffered It without demur In a moment we were pacing side by side the long straight road before us At thin end where It topped the hill I could see the fingerpost two faint black lines against the sky When WQ reached that Involuntarily I checked my horn and made It move moro slowly Well Sir she said Impatiently And her figure shook as If with cold It is a talo I desire to tell you Mademoiselle I answered speaking with ciITort Perhaps I may seem to begin a long way oil hut before I end I promise to interest Two months ago there was living In Paris a man perhaps a bad man at any rate by common report a hard man Sbq turned to pie suddenly her eyes glcamins through hfirniaiik Oh Monsieur spare me this she said quite scornfully I will take it for granted Very well I replied steadfastly Good or bad this man one dad In defiance ot the cardinals edict against duelling fought with a young Englishman behind St Jacques church Tho Englishman bad Influence the person of whom I speak had none and an Indifferent name he was ar rested thrown info the chateletj east for death left for days to race death At the last an offer was made to him It fio would seek anc Hillrer up another want an hitlaawith a price upon his head he should himself go tree I paused and drew a deep breath Then I continued looking not at her but Into the distance Mademoi Belle It seems easy now to say what course be should have chosen It seems hard now to find excuse for him But there was one thing which I plead for him The task ho was asked to undertake was a dangerous one life risked he knew ho must risk and tue event proved him right his life against tho life ot this unknown man Analono thing more there was time before him The outlaw might bo tak en by another might be kllledr might die might But there Mademoiselle we know what answer this person made lie took the baser course and on his honor on his parole with tiionoy supplied to him wont free free on the condition that he delivered up this other man- I paused again but I did not dare lolook at her and after a moment of filleaeo I ned portion thisor Oho second halt of story you know Mademoiselle but not nil Suf floe It that this man came down to a rqmpte village and there at a risk but Heaven knows basely enough found his way Into his victims home Once there his heart began to fall him Had he found the house gar risoned by men he mlgAt have pressed on to his end with little remorse But he found there only two helpless loyal women and I say again that from the first hour ot hU entrance ho sickened of hc work he had In hand Still he pursued it lie had given his word and there was one tradition of his race which this man had never brok en ft was that of fidelity to his side to the man that paid him But he pursued It with only halt his mind in great misery sometimes if you will be llcru me In agonies of shame Grad ually however almost against his will the drama worked itself out before him until he needed only one thins 1 looked at mademoiselle Bun her bead was averted I could gather nothing from the outlines of her form And I went on Do not misunder stand me I said in a lower voice Do not tnlsund stand what I am going id say next This Is nftJove story and can have no ending such as ro mancers love to set to their talcs But I am bound fo mention Mademoiselle that this man who had lived about inns and eatinghouses and at the gam ingtables almost all his days met hero for the first time for years a good woman nail learned by tho light oC- her loyalty and devotion to see what his life hadbecn and whit was the real nature of thp work ho WPS doing I think nay I kriow thht It nddcil n hundredfold to his misery that when he learned at last the secret ho had come to surprUi ho learned It1 from her lieu ahd lnsuctiSway Mftliad ne felt nirBbnmvJjclcpnldbAye been no place for him She thought and hal reason to think that the moment be knew her secret he went out not even closing the door and used It But tits truth was that while her words were still In his Mrs news came to him that others hud the secret and hud he not gone out on the Instant and done what he did and forestalled them M do Cocheforet would have been taken but by others- Mademoiselle broke her long silence so suddenly that her horse sprang forward Would to Heaven he bad sho walled Boia taken by others I ex claimed startled out of my false com posureOh yes yes she answered pas sionately Why did you not toll me Why did you not confess to mo even then Ioh no more No more she continued n a piteous voice I have heard enough You are racking my heart Mi de Uonuilt Some day I will ask God to give mo ttrcngtb to forgive you nut you have not heard me out 1 replied 1 want to hear no more she answered In a voice she vainly strove to render steady To what end Can I say more than I have said Did you think 1 could forgive you now with him behind us going to his death Oh no nol she continued Leave me I Implore you to leave me I am not well She dropped over her bones neck as she spoke and began to weep so passionately that the tears run down her cheeks under her mask nn i tel nnd sparkled like dew on tho none before her while her sobs shook her so painfully that I thought she must fall I stretched out my hand instinctively to give her help but she shrank from me No she gasped between her sobs Do not touch me There Is too much between us Yet there roust be one thing more between us I answered firmly lop must listen to me a little longer whether you will or no Mademoiselle for the love you bear to your brother There Is one course still open to me 17 which I rosy redeem my honor It has been in my mind foe some time back to take that course Today 1 am tharkful to say 1 can take it cheer STARING AFTER ME fully It not without regret with a stead rat heart if with no light one Mademoiselle I continued earnestly feeling none nf tko triumph none of the vanity I had foreseen but only Joy In the joy I could gave her I thank God that It la still In my power to go back to him who soot mS art telling him that I havo ehanttd my mind and will bear my own burdens to pay the penalty We were within a hundred paces of the brow of the hill and the fingerpost now She cried out wildly that she lld not understand What fa It yon have bust said she murmured I cannot hear And she bognn to tumble with tho ribbon of her mask Only this Mademoiselle I answered gently 1 give hick to your brother his word and hla parole From this moment he Is free to go whither ho pleases You shall tell him so front me Here whore wo stand four roads meet That to tho right goes to Montauban whore you have doubtless friends and can lie hid for a time or that to the loft leads to Bordeaux whero you can take ship if you please And In a word Mademoiselle I con tinued ending n little feebly I hope that your troubles are now over1 She turned her face to mewe hat both come to a standstill nnd plucked at the fastenlngiof her mask But her trembling fingers had knotted the string and In a moment an dropped her hands with a cry ot despair And ou1 You she said in a voice so charged I should not havo known It for hers What will you doT I do not understand This mask I cannot hear Thorn Is a third read I answered It leads to Paris That Is my road Mademoiselle We part here But why Why she cried wildly Because from today I would fain begin to bo honorable I answered in a low yoke Because I dare not be generous at anolhers cost I must so back to the chatelct oho tried feverishly to wise her mask with her hand I amnot well she stammered I cannot breutheShe KO violently In her sad dlQ as aha spoke that I sprang down and running round her horses head wa just In time to catch her as she fell She wax not quite unconscious then for as I supported her she mur mured Leave nie Leave met I pm not worthy that you should touch me Those woi ds made me hIPPY I car rtedher to ihebank my heart on fire M11r a x A What have you been saying to bit mast She will toll you1 I answered dry ly my composure returning under hU eye amongst other things that you are free From this moment M de Cooheforet I give you back your pa role and I take my own honor Fare well Ho cried out something an I mounted but I did not stay to bear or answer I dashed the spurs Into my horse and road away past the cross roads past the fingerpost away wltb tho level upland Mtrctching before me dry bare almost treelessand behind me all Moved Once when 1 hall gone a hundred yards 1 looked back and saw him standing upright against the sky staring alter me across her body And again I looked back This time 1 saw only the slender wooden cross and below It a dark blurred mass To IU Continued J OLE BULL AND DIS KING l nninni Mntlclnn Yon Illi moral llljklinrB train Anurr U Admiration Few tabs are told Indeed wMch are finer thn that of tho encounter lit earlier years with this kings father the Old Bernadotte Llmself writes Margaret E Noble In Ole Bull ns a Patriotic Force In Century Tlo king had referred to the Norwosltm as my Poles at which Ole Bull drawing himself up Inquired When has a Norwegian shown himself disloyal to tho king Then without waiting for an answer he announced that ho mast at once take leave Upon this the king turned to him with an imperious I command you to stay But the via Inlet shrugged his shoulders and replied Then 1 will see sire whether a Norwegian remains free In the palace of the king of Sweden I At this as Ole Bull would tell when recounting the scene there came Into tile face of tho monarch the most winning smile he had over seen on a human counte ante anti putting out his hand Impul sively Bernadotte eclalmed Nay I beg you to remain A prince should hoer the opinions of all Us people The talk which then resulted was the baits of deep confidence on both aides WERE ONLY MEASURING You OR Jinn Wn the taller net SUIcr Wn Math tins ItedJrr John La Parse the painter warn talk lag In his studio about witty woman Let mo relate a yboitg wom wit tlclam that I heard of the oOnr day he saidThere was a man who loved n makl and she NwrMd his person but there were reasons that mad acrry jaalr able and tktsi then h the twe veto betrothed they prMvqdetl to the world that they were good friends and noth lag more One evening aa the young roan wed preying hla sweetheart to his breast her sister mural the teens suddenly The lever drew spurt with great haste and the Mater with an Ilsewt me turned to go But tho veers man deemed an ex ilanalkm Btteaanry He sold Dont go We have jest beet measuring to Me whltb ta the taster The Intruder standing by the door looked at tho lovers Intently Then a delicate smile flitted over her pretty face and she saW You are about the mac height but I think sitter la much the redder M Ilooicrrtt stud tho LiuIt will be recalled that a few years ago Provident Roosevelt Visited set nil Massachusetts cities among them- Pittsfield While posilus from Ida train to tho point where he wVa to speak to the people an electric oar- was recklessly driven agalnat the pna IdenUal carriage as It crowed the track of the electric line The car tinge was demoltehod and ono of the presidents guards was killed A short time nflerAarda a circus company appeared in the same city and It had the usual attractions ot wild animals etc Through a mishap some ot the animal escaped from their cages and were roaming at large One of the presidents friends saw the humproui side ot the situation nail immediately sent tho following message to Mr- Roosevelt Lions running wild about omit main streets come down with your gun To this the president rOt plied nears more In my line turn your trolley cars on the liensBust- on Herald andSaerstlh- It Is related ot Baron Alphonse de Rothschild that ou ono occasion thr i strangers called at his banking houM They said they had been dopctcd by n committee to inform him that a move wont then on foot nt no distant day would compel all rich men to aid la redistribution ot wealth and that his name headed the list The baron lis tened patiently and then drew4 sheet of paper toward him Please tell me the population of Franco and her colo nice he said One of his visitors gave the desired information whereup on M de Rothschild made some eaten lations nt tho conclusion of which hi said According to your estimate gentlemen my fortune divided equally represents three coats to each man I havo much pleasure in giving you your share now So saying and to the astonishment of his visitors ho tendered three cents to each and politely bowed them out PHtsburg Dispatch Kxtmvnirnnt In fcv err htnir Mt9 NtlowcdMrtOlihlfe has had two new drosses to my one f ItcNuowcdQuite K my dart but Mrs OMwIfe has had two Utf bdt 4 your fDC Stray Stories I FARMf GARDEN MEASURING HAY STACKS ties by Which the Quantity In the Pile May Da Accurately Ascertained A good rule for the lunHSuromtnt of hay In stacks Is recant nimutai by the Rural Now Yorknr nail Is as follows Mean length tines mean width Units mrttn height to shoulder pies length times moan height of rtdltp above shoulder timed ewualf the nidnn width at the shoulder Tuals ito volume tlU Jl1IMlI ftxtlxM epuela tu ft httew MI ehlrr tlllUU uqtuki =w ti aWive ehtdrr wrAritts w ah- MIwrhtls ego C Ml It allow eb AIM Where Ille stack lies the inverted Vehapcd top with the shoulders wrn denned It will bo seen list the volume shore th sbeehdere ta given by the iwwtiiKt nr the length laui the height of the ridge Sbeve the should MKANllltKHMMT Uf they MTACI cr mnlilplM by aabalf the triad of the stack at the eVM lilef beasua at lllatfrwM la IM rtwUb If Ute steel ware nit tlnwn slung in rMg to tblt KhooWtr Hud the My Imtli ow OB M other aide then would bet forn4 a otCPIHII stack of twit be width 0Ithe stark ill the aHoul4r es Indicated In the drawlag It the height of tk rMfr of the stark above be should t is ovahalf the wMth of the stack ml the shudder end the top ta very residing so tfcut the rosjUMr of a croaaeeetlan Is very aarty a half circle es tBdlmied fcy the don4 eemN etreumferenri In 1M drawing the ml urns above tlHl konltrr will fila More nearly given by sjinlilplylM she vnl UMM COB BIH the other way by lltllnr by 3 17 Sad Ikea tMrt Hig the n nit by two AI H Matter of fart the tree volsate MutaHy lies iasre that given ky the twa taMMNle but nearer to the first aid us the top IIr UtiIstaeg Ita meat sad often MOM d age 1 be lint Method la saucily ih bees to adopt if this My to rethr- agree Alfslfs and especially If it hts not bad bag to sot11 tk t msen ml USM of K ton hi likely tit 1st aktv raibor than knlow CM mkte Ml ace- dbeer IM roikrr than anon ibex tl oat 41 tons r Hwilv ly If the kay was stacked rutkrr geese It aaald peek rtonw UNlit If stacked dry sad would tltb wore per salt roUmt NUBniKS pet bkxk out too mnrh wrtrk DA not plant corn In cold ground Match farm land should be ked In wnodktt Vitality of seed earn count greatly yield IThe corn kernel rjaltkly ilerays In wet ground OPt some green feddSt rrnp grew log fer the cows In dry wnatlwr Oft not uncover Ibn hUksMri and permit tilt heat soil on kern to be washed away Hay anti roUen are cflUal king hut the potato has com to be n po toofale of no smnll Influetir It wnnt do to wait until the Might hns struck the potato crop Tab U in limn and llinroHhty spray with toe nonleoux mixture n Flint Corn This group of corn vnriftUW fa MOM largely grown In the northftft part of thn United States whew ilio aentons am so short that the sjawer tnattirtiiK Dent varieties cnnnot Ix depnndod onto mature before the killing fronts como Flint corn Is very turn stud n hundred pounds of shelled lint corn contnlna nioro dry matter than n hundred pounds of Pent corn Many of the varieties have but eight row of kernels on at oar Clearing Orotund rif Saplings In cleurlhB ou n jileto of new proiind where the trees are not larger than n mans Prm labor may bo saved by witting the snpilno four foot from thn ground Then fasten a slx foot chain near the top hitch a team of horses to it and let thorn pull the stump out Try this way urges the Farm Journal Just after a long rain when this land Is loose Its surprising how easily tho stamps come out Crimson Clover Seed The seuil of crimson clover Is bright reddish yellow In color and hiss n high polish It Is larger than the seed of the red clover This la the chnrtcte of good seed When It has turned brown1 it is no longer to barelleiVnn on The1 homMgrowntveed Ist be I stherI d- I n CULTIVATING CORN CROP The Methods Mould Vary with this heather mid the Character of the Season In till cultivation Of corn 1 tlnd that the plan hast to be tarilto suit iho ftseason If tbe traion Is wot 1 Ntllcvo It Is boUnr to cultivate quite deep but If the wrailmr Is dry give n shal low cultivation and keep tbe ground level I do not wall nnill the corn la up uAforA beginning to cultivate but hav the cultlvatton wit under way eren before ptnn lit2 and harrow wnll Imm dlaieiy after planting ICArn the corn Is up Thru I In it lonft until Ihs plants Brit up far enough ui stand ni mher iiilttvailun Alter the corn Ii nil I ctilllvai rein three to five times nponllnR to nwaaally I find In fn Hiiimin the work of rulilvaUOD that the rows sbotild be mule fron JO In 12 imhfts apart If the land U pen nr worn out It is well to have theta even further apart I use onlfr a one row rnltlviior and I du the work of rulilvailBK tkoroHghlr The weeps i hat intnrfoie mOlt with thn wiltlm linn In wet Weather ate crab rflns end tot till The other common tvMMis are raatly handted If a IIU1I- trAltty 0111 sets Irt Just aa wo are about Y to MRtn ritlttraI kin fire 111m piT vault aatl niry until the grow nil Is In shape in IM wtlflvntiMl It IK my expertnc that speakiNg nanerally torli dots not tM lfo as teeny nilUrnUotvs before plHMtlHR aa lr shored That Ire jtmund huW ba worked Into IIlrondUIn of QMU M that will 1I Ag0 the t4 pra l of the corp KuoUi Mtfarmers rnlllvate inn torn enoitgh after It U ell bill do not we enough rate In enitlvattfln I am ronfltlqnt rontlMM thin writer In the l iraian Ilselew that better MlUmtkin wilt griattly ltranK the earn stnphlhfnk that d are esUtlraUn iM liUp is- very t iMrk IA con rTA tk molitdt that Nature has glvepeta ttl4idIlr rtve It for the pee or this niJrlnKtk dry tpat mat tnmes tery yaa met r d ABOUT DARNELi Eieds of abe Pa Arefdt aa If ttl retTdbnue JIfielaleI Tie assle At tire Lalluiri tenelenalea 4ar lv iMtMaww 4e MlM have boa lafKilwt iWlMMHHtNsrtkIs AMlltr IIC lAt nnwtkHMjMi lor no ether gar ball pINtd sash ae agaa vtakta rafmutloa IN I kc aifiajMn towa In the HlNatmtkHi the Hwr IM4UU JKMl LKNTI M LAHMKI- sr l la tipped with a sheet awn or kriaUn MNik forms have keen Mpa rated ky ease botanists from Utaferpn thiniImlt botanists now sjMMfally eon the lo Bawnd ttls aknrtawnltl and the awas fortes aI alt 1en 1IIj Ins tow one apns to which they apply q the imiflM seat Rvrn DirnelJs an aNH9nl Ira which has keen Intro duced halo this country truss HHront sad has he Oise natlsrnhiuxl In earn Dikes and arts sa an annoying waaft It la aafcl to be more nbitndant on the waatorn eonal than here It ought In Ik pnwltrte My the Cbnniry nentl= limn wfth proper wreens tt p IU M d Rom wheftt mtJFROSTPROOF CEMENT How a Shield May X Made to Tale lip the RMving of the Ground J by Freezing M A permanent foundation for bulb willliftedbybythe frost Make thn rr a nilshowntides eaya tho harm JNirnal then box It In ns shown In the second edt allowing tho box tu elide upward frees ly The frost will lift the hoi with no rhsnco whatever to lift on the sloping poetwlthin Arrangement of the Farm The arrangement of the farm as to fields ultllngj and roads is a matter that should count for more titan it tine A poorly arranged farm aayi the Farmers Review loses money for the owner by wasting his time npd la bor The arrangement must ilepemt largely on Ute kind of work being Uoni on the farm For Pulntlng Rough Woodwork A durnbld wash for painting roijU woodwork is sands by slaking freshly nnrned Itlrapllme In hot iir1t It co bet colored by iaildlng dryjtInOrsna and may bo applied with Ra i ordinary wbltewasU brush r I ILLINOIS NEWS JlOtlRUOlUUVOLAR COUNTY Juno ItTho heaviest rainfall that has boon known In this section of tko country occurred last Friday water was ntanding in Iho corn fields for several days afterward Corn will bo damaged all that is on low land in nearly ruined Childrens Day services were hold nt tho Bap fiat Church Sunday evening n nice program was arranged and nil pres t out seemed to enjoy ItJ B Van Winkle is confined to his led with r chills Wo hope he will soon recover Little Eliot VanWinklo is quitn sick this weakMlae Sadie Apper son has returned tram Chicago whero she has been visiting her l- AtorMr and Mrs Jamna IUckoy entertained a number of friends at their homo Sunday among thorn were Mr Goo Ntckles and family of Chosterville Mr and Mrs B 0 Mar tin of Bourbon Mr Loo McOulro visited W A Latvia Sunday There have boon several gases of chicken pox in this vicinity Mr J D Mar tin and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Sims VanWinklo Miss Josephine Dunham arrived from Chicago Monday she will pond tho summer hero with her grandmother Mrs Jackson Misses i Bessie and Dolphin Martin and Nan I pin Van Vinklo spent Sundaywith i Miss Elsie LowiflMra Sallio Van i j Winklo was in Tuscola ono day last repn8Cnted urday eveningMr and Mrs Tuf Hood of Missouri are visiting with Mr and Mrs Ernest Hood MrUIN Nens fruits si New Subscriber Juno 8Four inches of rain foil Item last night and this morning Acres of corn are under water and it is still raining We have had quite a drought hero Meadows end pas bodlyburnooImend May 23th and landed at Stan ford that night Since then I have been at work hero There are nice I j churches and Sunday schools at Standford The corn Is fine hero Frank SubbloOold bought a cow for 55 the otber dayOltl corn is Ira log delivered in town at 45 cents per bushel Walter Williams was kicked by n mule the other day Ho was laid up for a few days but is working again Tho littlo child of Mrs Walter Williams has been ou the sick list but is butler Oeorge M Korby has brawn sick with lum bago This is a pretty country butt I like old Kentucky testI have not even heard the Gospel preached t aiuca I left homo as I live five miles from town and have no way to get to church Tho two le hem are pro 4 paring for a big celebration of the Fourth of July at Stanford I Lavo just become a subscriber of the Citizen and I liko It fine I read It nights while the rest sleep John Williams II KwloaT Your Oat s In Tho citizens of Bores are reminded that on tho 12th of August the ordi nauco passed by the Town Board in April and amended in May in regard to gates swinging outward will go try Into effect This ordinance provides that all gates must bo fixed so as to awing inwardly BO far as they open on the street The amendment pro vides that when it can be shown that y compliance with this ordinance shall j causa damage to property concerned the owner may ak tho board to ox I empt such property from thu pro- P visions of this ordinance and if re I quest is granted such property shall be thus exempted But nevertheless It shall bo unlawful for any gale to remain across the sidewalk except the passwny la in actual uso Pen 4rwally for disregard of this law is a fine ii of 1200 and 100 pu day for each day obstructing gate remains un changed after legal notice has been given I sowingiget some at II H Chrismaua Fur issHure store t sseeHwiai ser r S I For that a r Dandruff There is one thing that will cure itAycrs Hair Vigor It is a regular scalpmedicine t It quickly destroys the terms which cause this disease The unhealthy scalp becomes healthy The dandruff dIsap- pears had to disappear A healthy scalp means a great deal to youhealthy hair no dan druffno plmpesno eruptions Tile liNt kind oUUatlmonlal Bold for over sixty yew IL IA1rWI1t1 ors- I 1t SARSAPAKH1A PILLS ctMBBV recreuu I FIRESIDE INDUSTRIES Mrs Hills Iliipnrt Tho Iome Spun Fair of 1000 was the most BUcccMifiil both ilK to beauty and skill sown by the articles offered for exhibition and the ready salo of such articles Tho coverlids and rag rugs wore enpoc hilly well designed mid wellwoven Many carried homo fine premiums OB well as handsomo sums realized from a solo of their products Wo were sorry to find but ono split basket and that not tho malonshuped with deep lobes We learn that time making of oak spllt melon shapetl baskets is a winter occupation We will otter next year a premium of 150 for tho lest made oaksplit basket and 75 cents for tho second best Thero is a great demand for these baskets and they will find a ready sale They must not bo larger than a half bushel and smaller ones will find a readier sale Dont waste the winter hours Make neatly and well seine of these splitbaskets and bring them to tho HomeSpun Fair next Juno If you will do no you will find that your pocketbooks will grow corpulent and tho busy houh of winter will find their harvest in Juno Wo missed homo made chairs axe handles etc Really tho women are outstripping tho men in their ex hibits Brothers rouse yourselves and prove that you too havo skill and tho energy to show that skill Wo give tho list of premiums for this year COVHRIID- SIlrst price floa Mis A Anderson nerca Hccniul ie Mrs C Holbrook Maulilrn tfecond ioo Mia K Pntllh Clurrr llottom- UNKHV WOOUtXY flit prize lioo Mrs Prank Hays Ikrea AIIWOOr I1KKKH ROODS Mm prize IIM Mrs Prank Hays Berea- tlOURHU IINHN Ilrst pure fiao Mrs Prank llayo Item IIAIN LINEN lInt prlir fiao Mra I B Ambrose Berra IIIANKKTS WOOL AND COTTON Trot JIA Mrs J n Anlblwc Ikres TMI1H COVERS Pint prlie tiM AIrs C llelbtouk Maulilrn Secuiitt so Mrs I II Ambrose Heirs COUKTHKIANK Pint price Jj00 Mrs C IlultnooV MauUrn KAO CARIirr Plat prlie fijou Mrs Julia 1111 llerea titconil ioo Mrs Frank Hays Berea RAG Kilo Pint pure Jioo Mrs irauk Hays Btres WOO SOCKS Hint price joe Mrs C Holbrook Mauklcn WOOl DVIiSINIHOO Pint prUe lo Mrs I n Ambrose Herr Second aMrs busy Wilson flrecnhall- YHUOW Pint prize floo Mrs I II Amtrnxe Berra around y Mrs Lucy Wilson Otmihsll- IIUIIT tlMHKN lint price fiou Mrs I B Ambrose nUts rtcmnj Mrs Lucy WlUon Orcenhall- MADUXK lUlU Pint pure Iias Mrs C llolbrook ManUeu Sreond Jo Mrs Iuejr WIlMtn Orrenhall IIKOWN Wrst prize Jfs Mrs L it Ambrose Berra Stand jo Mrs luay 1n Oteenltall- UNKNBKOWN Plat prime HM MrsC Holbrook Msiiklni hint prlie IIAJO sinRaUtH C Hettrrook Mautden Yids LAW Ptrsl prize flju Mrs C Holbrook Mattldea- BLUK Pint prlie fun Mrs C Holbrook MauUeu- COTTONVHUOW flat priie fI4 a Mrs I B Ambrose Here getouil 4 Mrs C liolbrook Mautden INDIGO OrtCphallStMiBKOWN Ilrst prize frog Mrs C Hatbruok Maukten- GKHKN PInt prime JIJM Mrs C llalbrook Maulden LID ON TTGHT It Louis Policemen Stood Guard Over Suspected Places Ist Louts June 18 Uniformed pc Icemen stood guard over tho bars In ho soollod ltd clubs organizations ormed It Is claimed for the purpose yt evading tho Sunday saloon closing laws After several hours of our clllanco the majority of the manage cents offered to closo and tho pollco hen transferred their sentry posts to he doorways It Is stated that no Iquor was sold nt the clubs FASTEST BATTLESHIP Georgia on Official Speed Trial Proves Her Superiority Portland Me Juno 16Tho battle ihlp Georgia on her official speed rial made a record of 1926 knots an tour not only exceeding by moro than i quarter of a knot tho speed required y her contract but establishing tier self as the fastest battleship of the Dnlted States navy She will bo Hjady to place In commission within wo months Found Oullty on Charge Baltimore Juno lGDr Thomas to White who conducted a socalled college In this city in which ho sold i higher correspondence course In iplrltuallsin magnetism etc was found guilty by a jury in tho Unltod States district court on a chargo ot fraudulent use of tho malls Business Men Heard St Louts Juno 19 Recommcnda tons bj lower Mississippi river bust tell mien occupied all of tho session it the Mississippi river commission the mooting Is to consider tho expen llture of the government approprla lon of S2000000 To Amend Charter New York June 19 Stockholders f the Equitable Life Assurance Co- y a vote of CC7 to 80 adopted tho ormal resolutions authorizing the J tmondcd charter which provides for he mutualization of tho society I HOUSES TORENT Boron College has a few desirable houses to rent in Borca some of them gardenInquire any weekday O4 to 12a m or 3 to 4 pm TY THE AMENDMENTS Some Arc Likely To Give Trouble When Bill Comes Up For Its Final Passage STRONG PROTESTS WERE FILED Against the Commodity Agreement In Its Present Form Being Adopt ted By Committee Would Ruin a Number of the Small Roads Built For the Sole Purpose of Getting Lumber To Trunk Lines Washington Juuo 20From pres ent Indications tho conferees on time railroad rate bill will not reach an agreement until some time noxt week which In all probability will be the last week of tho session Tho purpose of withholding their report It is said Is to avoid a repetition of the long debate In the senate which followed tho recent report of the conferees This debate resulted In sendIng the bill back to conference Conversa tions conferees havo had with various members of the senate and houso in dicate that there are only three amend moats that are giving trouble These aro tho pipe line amendment whichImake pipe lines common commodity amendment and that which requires that tho Interstate commerce daYI1notlco letitlngThe controversy over the pipe line amendment can bo disposed of by the change in tho commodity amendment Tho chango suggested would provldo that railroads Instead of common curlers shall not engage In carry Ing commodities which they produce Another objection to this amendment Is Its application to lumber Strong protects havo been flied with the con ferees showing that If this amendment Is adopted It will ruin a number of small roods which were built for tho solo purpose of getting lumber to trunk lines A new Argument has been advanced against tho amendment requiring that five days notice be glvon of hearings for Injunctions Labor organizations have demanded that a bill be passed which would require that they be giv en five days notice of Injunctions to restrain them from engaging In strikes This Is a political argument which has given much concern and the house conferees during recent sessions have Insisted that this amendment bo elimi nated for tho reason that It would es tablish a precedent for similar legis latlon In tho Interests of labor There are a number of other amend moats on which agreements have not been reached but which could be ad limited easily by tho conferees Amusing incidents connected with limo protest against tho adoption of tho pass prohibition Is one which comes from banana shippers Cattlemen had Insisted that they bo permitted passes to accompany stock to market and now tho banana men Insist they re celvo passes so that they may accompany their shipments In order to In sure proper temperature In the refrig erator and ventilated cars used for the transportation of this fruit NEW RULE Designed To Stop Indiscriminate Bat ting Before Games Now York Juno 20A now rule to govern batting and fielding practice before tho beginning of play wn adopted by a special meeting of base ball clubs of the National league The rulo Is designed to stop Indiscriminate and dangerous batting In front of the grand stand It provides that the hour prior to tho time advertised for tho commencement of the game shall bo divided by tho contesting teams the first 20 minutes to the homo team for batting practice the second 20 minutes to the vlsltlitg team for bat ting practice the next ton minutes to the home club for fielding practice and the final ten minutes to the vis itors for fielding practice It provides also that all batting practice must bo confined strictly to tho diamond The rulo becomes effective June 25 CAMPAIGN OPENINGS State Conventions In Vermont and Maine Being Held Doston June 20Wlth tho holding of the first two political conventions of tho leading parties In Now Eng land the republican state convention at Montpelier Vt and the democratic state convention at Danger Mo tho campaign of 1906 will be formally opened Much Interest attaches to the contests to be waged In Vermont and Maln6 particularly because of the fact that tho elections in theao states como earlier than in any of tho other states In tho country that In Maine being on September 10 and In Vermont Septem ber 4 Earth Trembled Dolllngham Wash Juno 20Spe lals from Snedro Woolley Wicker sham and Lookout tell ofa distinct trembling of tho earth in tho Skatlga valley supposed to have been caused by a huge landslide at somo place in the mountains Coffee Estates Burned Mexico City Juno 20Gen Barll las confirms tho report of tho burn lag of his coffee estates by order of resident Cabrera In rovengo of Bartl M taking uait U the reyduttoa I Kentucky PickUps SHE KEPT TAB Conductors Suspended on the L N Railway Lexington Ky Juno 20Tho report that more than a dozen of the oldest passenger conductors In tho service of the Louisville 01 Nashville railroad had been suspended during the past fow weeks because of alleged Irregularity has boon confirmed by one of the num ber and It was learned that the suspension had followed after a report made to the officials by a female spot ter who came to Lexington several months ago In the guise of a perfume drummer The young woman Dose Granger by name spent several weeks traveling In and out of Lexington but Instead of making a living dispensing altar of roses It now develops site was keeping tab on the employes of tht railroad company RESIGNED AS JUDGE The Same To Take Effect In August Next Frankfort Ky June 20Appellate Court Judge T II Paynter selected by tho general assembly last winter as the successor to Unltod States Sen ator Joe Blackburn filed his resigna lion with Coy Deckham to take effect August 1 noxt It was accepted Cir cult Judge John Massing of Boone county Is slated as the successor ol Paynter on the bench of the court 01 appeals An election will be held at tho general election this fall to fill the office and Judge Losslng will be with out opposition for the democratic nom nation The district bas been repre sented by Judge Paynter on the bench since 1895 MAY MAKE THE RACE Urged To Announce Himself As a Can dldate For Clerk Lexington Ky Juno 20 Efforts to Indure former Insurance Commlssfonet John II Chonault of Madison county to make the race for clerk of tin court of appeals Is being made by his friends throughout Central Kentucky and It was reported on good authority here that his announcement would be made during the next tow days Cho nault Is ono of the strongest politician In tho Blue Grass and his candidacy will likely cause a flurry among the other aspirants to the office DID YOU EVER 7 Nothing Can Be Done That Causes Physical Exertion Louisville Ky June 20The hands cant play at the public parks there can be no soft drinks sold anywhere paid choir singers must sing In sweel charitys name onlyIn fact all one may do on a Sunday In Louisville to hold communion with nature and even that must not be accompanied by any physical exertion This In brlftl Is the mandate of Magistrate Hoffman who Issued nine warrants for druggists and one for a cigar dealer charging each with violating the Sunday law Time complaints were sworn to by Con stable Bartholomew ANOTHER WRECK A Passenger Train and Freight Col lide Near Mlddlesboro Mlddlesboro Ky June 20A passenger train and through freight col lision two miles north of Mlddlesboro seriously Injured eight or ten persons The Injured are Miss Ida Arnold Stony Fork KYi Miss Lucy Bingham Llnevllle KYi Foreman George Grit fith of Jclllco Tenn Engineer J P Padgett of CorbIn Ky serious Mrs William McBurncy plnovllle Mrs I Jano Sams Plnovlllo Mrs J S Ward and son from Straight Creek Ky C i L Hunt Mlddlesboro Detained Against Her Will Louisville Ky Juno 20Jerl Ca maul former police corporal charged with detaining Molllo Bard against bell will was dismissed on motion of commonwealths attorney The Bard woman is now In Nashvlllo serving a workhouse seutenceIFrankfort Ky June 20The state board of equalization passed on the following counties Grant raised 10 per cent on lands Greonup raised 6 per cent on lands Gallatln raised 16 per cent on landsILexington Ky June 20News Will received hero of the deAthn Nowj York of J A Wolford formerly tiller of Cynthlana lIe bad retired from business and loaves a wife and throe children Run Over By Reaper Fulton Ky Juno Y0The four year old daughter of slug Roberts ot this county whllo playing In a wheat field was run over by her fathers I reaper One of her legs was cut off and she was otherwise Injured Attorney Appointed Frankfort Iy Juno 20Oov Beck hum appointed Green A Denham of Whltloy county commonwealths at torney for the 2Cth circuit court die trict composed of Harlan Bell and Whitley counties Struck By Pay Car Brldwcll Ky June 20Grover Lankford 22 years old single employ I by the L C It It Co as brldgo car enter at East Cairo Ky was struck iy a pay car and killed lie lived at- Huntingtonrean Who desires the best Business in Berea j i I have a piece of property that is well worth the price I If 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 zoo feet front and 300 feet long the build r ings consist of a Produce House two story dwelling and barn This property is well worth the money I ask for it The busi ness is the most promising ofany 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 thousand dollars per year clear receipts What has been done can be done again Any one desiring this property shouldcall at once on t JeP BICKNELL Real Estate Agent BEREA KENTUCKY tt hhr LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Jan 1 1906 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Borea888a m Arrive Richmond410a m Arrive Paris 528 u m Arrive Cincinnati750a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leavo Borea124 pm Arrive Richmond200 pIII Arrivo Paris330 pm Arrive Ciucinnati610 p m Going South Train 3 Dally Leavo Berea124p m Arrive Knoxvillo 810 p In- Going South Train I Dally Leave Boron1220 a m Arr Knoxville 730 a m carryHutand Knoxville In both directions Trains num her i and 4 carry Pullman vcstlbuled Steeping fir and coaches between Cincinnati and Knox rifle In both directions W H BOWER Ticket Agent MonumentsURNS STATUARY OF Granite and Marble Monumental work of all kinds dono in a workman like manner at reasonable prices and with dispatch All our work is guaranteed Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner of Main and Collins Streets i A GUARANTEED CUKK VOlt IMLKS Itching hind Bleeding Protruding Piles Drug silts are authorlted to refund money If PAZO ItmtKNT fails to cure In 6 to 14 days sot Lazy Liver II Suffering tho misery and agony come Ifrom liver being ordertryingto lief that you will bo all right in a or two are you deliber ately neglecting tha outragedNature the blunder of believ ing that you dont ceed medicine Ifyou are the sooner commence the ofDr Caldwellllajcatlo Syrup Pepsin the better It will be for you You cant afford to fool with your liver and you certainly cant afford to be without great remedy it your liver is out of order Dont delay Both you and your liver will be better livers than ever- DRCALDWELLVS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists Your money win be refunded If k does not benefit you Your pottal card request wtU brtnr by rerora roan our CALDWELLS BOOR OP 1vonngagand tree sample to those who have news triad this wondaoM I remedy Send toda- yPEP31N 1 SYRUP CO pjiaUssHsy HUMta For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY Dr We G BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office i s R BAKERDentist OrncztBEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without pain Somnoforme 1 i C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night and day- Telephone No 4 Berea Ky FOR SALE A few good Jacks Will sell or exchange for other property J W HERNDON miles from Berea onHthe Richmond Pike I t3stw nrAcrdiiHktftrreegnrtrrFor I Rent Cheap I SiStreet Lot 83 by 269 feet Call on 3 K or address S- a fi i Q DHOLLIDAY i S REAL ESTATE AGENT 3 MAIN ST IIK11KA KY +tA7sA9iisi17CRi11t7t713t1t71itkkRilw +tG Fish AgainIn CHADThe Michigan Line Bat of Service t- oTOLEDO II DETROIT And foal the Famous Summer Resort of MICHIGANr and CANADA jCHARLEVOIX Oa aad after Junc 25 BOOK OF SUMMER TOURS FREE FOIL TUB ASKING W B GALLOWAY General Passenger gent- CINCINNATI O I The Citizen dlo Independent Family NwspsiN rublltbed every Thursday at Bern lij i t SSREA PUBLISHING COMPANY I E TUPPER Editor nd Mgr lb fSubscription Ratos PAVAfetX IN ADVANCl tans Year ltro tosrsend money b Ioalomte Yonoy Order Ex- em rtoney o r beet Draft l4twr or one and two cent sumps The date titer your name thowit to whit data rllllr tulwcrlpticm li raid U It la not change iwithin three weeks titer tend Ins ua money fonfy us steppedpvaterlptlon pnjring all incurs otherwise we hail l ct lder tint they dish It continued Motlfr us at once ol any hanjte In your adares4 J giving old sad new tddrwct Milting numbers due to wranptn cornice uS the mulli or otherwise will Clad I be iutilled It we are notified AxenU wauteil In every locality TTTltt faroams Anrona lending UI four yearly auk will recelTc Tin CITIZEN oaEUODI u II iDont Ignore the Money Side No matter what your vocation maybe you must be a buslnoes man first or you will always be placed at a gica ilsadvtintage In the practical affairs of dire Wo stunt entirely Ignore the money sldo of existence any more then fwo can the rood side and the very foundation of a practical succetafu Dire is the ability to know how to man age the money side effectively writes Dr 0 S Marden In Success Mogtwno It is Infinitely harder to save money and to Invest It wisely than to mole It and It even the most practical men men who have had a long trainlns In scientific business methods find it n difficult thing to hold on to money I after they make It what Is likely to happen to people who have had pnc I tlcnUy no training In business mcth ods7 If every child in America had a II thorough business training tens ot thoutands of rrcmoters longheaded cunning schemers who have thriven on the peoples Ignorance would bur out of an occupation I believe that the business colleges are among the creatost blastings In American civiliza tion today because they have saved thousands of homes from being wrecked and have made happy and t comfortable tens of thousands of peo pie who might otherwise bo Urine in poverty and wretchedn In connection with Pettier Slier t mans attempt to duplicate his fa thers march from Atlanta to the l sea It Is related an old cavalry of ficer recalls how a report got abroad some 20 years ago that Phil Sheridan was about to revisit the scenes of his J triumphs In the Shenandoah valley It was sold he Intended to take a troop- of cavalry with him and when the ex confcderatts heard ot It they sent him word Come along and well shoot byoufull of hole The general re I had no Intention ot making JIIIIth a trip but I am glad to see that gallant foes of a former day have J some of the old spirit In them1 I s Some of the national legislators In 1 Washington are reported to be bocom 11ngalarmed over the fact that the present is by far the talkiest of which there Is any history The flftynrst congress was some on language but the fiftyninth which Is the present aggregation has It lashed to the mart- i I and screaming for mercy On May 19 an the fiftyfirst congress the states men had put forth some 4520 pages oft talk as registered In the Congressional I l 1 Record On Saturday which was Mays 39 for the fiftyninth ingress the 1 Record balked 7300 pages of speech and the end is tome distance off yet The family ol the late fror i angiey a elt tho Smithsonian Institution uas 1 turned over to the Institution the medals and decorations of 1clenUl1cor another that hud been pre him from various parts of in recognition of his roe Marches i A man ins texlco has discovered the typhus bacillus and In another part of the country a man has found the ba IIlus of rheumatism If they could only be matched to flght to a finish erselt10nusefulness by a congressman leas Jherentered the lists as a trust bust er Fourteen million four hundred thousand eggs were recently shipped Into Chicago in one day and trust is sa tllO be taking the count I Aiyoung man In Indiana who IrleiI to corner the onion market andfalle is to be tried HS a lunatic The odor of such a transaction probably was too much for him The most poneniloiiBly named den tal firm jn America up to date Is that of Hertz Alters b Payne down In IConnecUcut Any one of these practl can mi an aching void no doubt but Dr PulJem who practices jn a city In New York state would i seem to supply a crying need In this combination Tillman enriched the lan In speaking of men tSenators the opinions of the presN these claqueeog BUSINESS OF REPUBLICAN Grand Record of Party Bfpresenta titves in legislation for the Ftoplo The passage of tho free alcohol bill by the senate shows that that body knows what the people want and will try to Give it to thorn Congress had previously passed the statehood and the railway rate regulation bills Doth excited a groat deal of dlscussUn In- wugreea and the prose Tho people favored each measure Doth are In con fcrcnce now and final action will soon be had and the bills will be sent to the president The free alcohol bill Will not arouse much of a contest tho house and senate The betwreuI has just pasted the latter IL only a few particulars from measure which the former dealt with Three differences are on points whirl arc not material An agreement will quickly be hud and the alochoi used In tho arts and industries will be free ol taxation after January 1 1907 Here are three very Important mess ure says the SL Louis Globo Demo eras which will soon go on the statute bonks They formed an essential part of the Republican programme of legis litlou for last session Those measure plowed the country so well that but little Democratic opposition could be mustered against auy of them except one The free alcohol bill went through the houw by avote ot 232 to 7 aid has passed the senate without a dlvl cion By a virtually unanimous vote the rateregulation bill went through oach chamber The Democrats made a Rood deal bf opposition to the statehood Jill lu the form In which It passed the house The bill was altered In an Im portent degree In the senate But Its Tftsentlnl part will be enacted Okla homa aud Indian territory will be ad mitted as the state of Oklahoma which is the important part of the measure This will be sent to the proeidunt long before the end of the session For the Fourth of July the people of the twin territories are arranging to have a jol lification in commemoration of their reproaching honors No postponement of the affair will be necessary Okla homa and its neighbor are about to write the fortysixth star on the nag anti jubilations for them will be In ender on the Fourth Several measures of much cones nuance are still before one or both branches of congress The purefood till and the Philippine measure have earn pasted one branch and a strong effort is being made to put them through the other This Is likely to succeed Neither Branch has yet fixed upon the type of canal for Panama but the matter la to urgent that they are likely to net before the session ends The Santo Domingo treaty Is still before the senate and an endeavor will to made when two or three more of- 11kr large measures are out of the way to secure final action Something defi nite for Santo Domingo Is demanded ether ratification or rejection The president in a provisional way is en forcing some of the provisions of the treaty but not all of them It would be more satisfactory for the president and also for the government of the Is land republic If the senate would de- cIde the matter of relation between es and that country aI relating to the receivership wlilcTi we have estab lished there Our Supervision has had good effects and the Dominicans as well as their creditors on the Amer- Ican continent and In Burope like It Dot the senate has a duty to do In thin matter and is not likely to shirk It much longer The Uepubllcan president and the Republican congress are glvBg a good account of themselves Much very important legislation will have gone on the statute book by the Ume in the latctr part of June or the early part of July when the see lion ends The executive and legisla tIe ends of the government are furnishing grand campaign documents for the Republican party Jn the congres atonal canvass Not often are the He nubllcans in such good Shape to wage ail aggressive an enthusiastic and u winning congressional campaign as they will be In for the big tight of 19Ub The Reformers Wall It will be noticed that In his public addresses and official communications the secretary ot war frequently speaks of the tariff wall This is also a fa 0rite free trade and reform expres stow Its Glnpl YD10nt by Mr Taft is doubtless a coincidence Great minds run In the same channel Protection lets do not especially object to th- enrare Q fact they are extremely proud of 3 fact that the tariff wall rompeUUqn thattherethe forms of speech used by one whose official relation should commit hlO to the support of protection and by jhore who urn the Avowed enemies of that ipoftcy American Economist eJtnw hat tltree are to be disappointed In their hope of a tar iff war with Germany they might turn their attention toward the reelection of needthemEugene Foss tells the American chamber of commerce at Paris that were to have revision of tariff In this country at a comparatively early date Eugene must maintain n private cable with Uncle Joe Cannon at the other end Portland Ore Telegram andprotectionthe coming campaign throughout the country August 1 is so far away t tbat OPT Cammlns may yet be compelled t to drop his railroad and plu tart I wh lEtarattmt ray it srltnus1uitnrsl1 tti all Unwn By MISS FLORENCE GUERNSEY New York Society and Club Vomin HEN an American woman goes on a vacation she makv a business of it It is no mere matter of amusement that is in question Far from it She may have tucked aWAY in staple remote crevice of her brain an idea of enjoy tent hut the real affair in hand is a far more solemn con sid ralitn Somehow somewhere some way she must pet herself into condition to stand the fatigues of the coming season The recreative faculty is different in different women hut when you look over the ground you find that the American woman in any phase of it takes her resting hard She Is naturally strenuous and she cannot ctcape her fate When the tans an object in view she pursues it indefatigably Her ideal recreation and that is whit the majority indulges in is not a recreation at all It begins in May and ends in October and comprehends all Jjie nulling about nil the confusion of thought nil the splendid mixture of interests which only she can keep straight and fatigues that would make a wrong niotv quail Her first step is to set sail for Europe on one of the big liners and for a week the ship life engrosses hernew people new amusements Then there is the London season After this a short tour on the continent n long stance at Vienna with the dressmakers Another equally trying at Paris and a third to wind upif she has the true shopping instinct in London Then harassed worn out with hours of trying on disappointments and all the other etceteras that attend the victim of the modiste her every nerve on edge with the artificial fever of existence she hies her where P To n nunnery Xot at all She makes for a famous rest cure and diets exercises walks anti bathcs herself into ft civilized being again For three weeks she works like a horse She lives absolutely by rule The regitncnis of the strictest and as in all other affairs she allows nothing to interfere with it Her return passage is already engaged Her season beyond the sea is about to open and she must be on hand ready entiling freak and thfs is the important pain looking years younger than when she went away So she follont tier cure to the bitter end and emerges rejuvenated Ask any woman how she has enjoyed it at the end of such a summer And site will tell you it has been a perfect success The panion for overcrowding isa disease We cram all the excitement and fatigue into our recreation that one poor mortal can live through then sentence ourselves to three weeks at hard labor to work it off and say we have had a lovely time And the moral of it all iswe are Americans the apotheosis of the restless N riiri Qtoll 1 of ml1r1r ltgr By REV DR W A BARTLETT The increasing number of students in our preparatory chooi aud colleges is not a sign It means great Increase of in this country it if considered proper thing to send the boy or girl to college or university It would be a good thing if sonic millionaire would endow a colege of good horse sense Many boys whose parents have motley go from one artificial life to another They have never learned to do one really useful jMcce of work at home and many of our schools appear to be arranged to carry on this condition of weakness In the old days when colleges were smaller the professors themselves taught the majority of the students These sturdy men some times spent half an hour in giving a strong word out of their own experience They did not hesitate to mix up in a cane rush or go to a students room at night to we why he was breaking up the furnitureIn days when Daniel Webster went to college they made great men by personal cuntact with otheY great men men who on meager salaries but with minds rich with varied experiences were capable of giving that which far exceeds mere technical training They were mostly men of definite rcinjiousMffpcricncr and might be regarded as old fogies now nut the students who came under their influence knew something more than hooks when they grad uated It sometimes seems as though only the fellows who have to male their way should go to college That is the assurance of their desire to have an education Abraham Lincoln is an eminent exam pie of a man who went to the school of horse sense m11rerfulur6s as n- 3ra11I UJntttt By MRS ORMISTON CHANT Noted Englishwomen Iltood Lead n chcerfut contented life look on the brigit aide of things vn with wor ry rod then if there is npthing organically wrong with your sys tem you can make tol erably sure of steering clear of most of the ills to wlIch a renegade flesh isheir A morbid imagination can bring about almost any condition of the body We can think ourselves into maleficent moods which produce precisely those possibilities that we are worrying ourselves about liven cancer is not infrequently the consequence of mental distress Be cheerful be contented desire what you will but desire it with a cheerful contented mind The wholesomeness of this advice admit of no denial Cheerfulness is of much more Value to the human con stitution not organically defective tln the contents of the medicine bottle The effects of worry and discontent arc disastrous Thousands fail in life and become invalids not because they had anything definite the matter with tliein but because their lives were passed in ceaseless friction They wore perpetually rebelling against the situations in which they found them selves A cheerful temper not only fiiqkcstfic best of everything but eventually enables one to get the best of everything out ofvlifa A person of a buoyant temperament is far better able to re sist disease than one who is depressed DC presioi is the forerunner of morbid changes in the blood PRESIDENT KEEPS FAITH Roosevelt and Republican Represen- tatIves Secure Important Leg islative Measures This Is the fact A Republican con gross Is passing such a raUroadrnU regulation bill as was desired and sag RstoU by Prosldsnt Roosevelt and li thus accomplishing a result for tin aide of which tho nation will givi crodlt primarily to the president says the Troy Times Till Democratic party In congress for jmrpora of pnrllcan advantage hail hoped to dlvde the Republican and to gel sonic mneh needed glorj for themselves The attempt flat failed nnd all the otattler about cer tarn amcmrmraU Is due to the bitter flees of failure- President Roosevelts latter to Son ator Allison and tho accompanylni communication from Attorney Genera Mostly establish very clearly that President Roosevelt all along has tool committed to the principle of the Hep here bill with such amendments ai were necessary to guarantee Ha eon UlMl tonality and only with such The president wished the prlnelplt whtoh animated the bill to become I part of natlaimlleglatation and tot that reason desired tbat the bill should be guarded against any adverse construction by the courts He Is eon vlhfod that the Allbwn amendment white perhaps antiecMMry dm not In any sense Invalidate the purpose ol tke Hepburn bill anti daw aatlafy UM ofajortlana of those who wish to se the prlncple of court review expressly ataHd although many aWe lawyers be Il v4d It WM contained by Implication In the bill An the attorney general skews the president has wotaxaed aomcattons from Slot quarter and has given those roggeMlong palnMafcng cemld ration nit hart cotamlUMd blmstll to nothing except the principle rot which Jte has stood all aleag with such phrawelaglcal expression as the best lawyers Including the attorney general might 4eeM WM ametwrr to Mcare far the DIe Inralaerabh term Aa to tile statement which has been wado that an aaundment trawualit by the attorney general to Senator Bailey M U lAnAI by tilt president UM clearest kind et a refvtiUlw Is glTMi la the atUraey xeKtnJs Seater whoa III show that the nmmd memi was Senator natl ys sad ws sent Is Mr lUltey to lee If It cxaetl tapfaaavd tM SRator moaHlBR 1t tore It shield be broaibt to the at taf1it of PrwMent Roosevelt In oontmea with many sna 4i tsah by atwuon of both parties The preMMt bu kept faith with Ute senators aid has kept faith wRh tb people tot whom Jaa is scoriae OM of ue cutest Maportsmt nnd beae 1 mtmvresi St leItl dgtkiwhtek ai liMn plated spear Mateo looks otprls oMHtcy III a year Thu etaff ol diesuslen felMd by am blUoi DekMcnt to KMUeWn away by iii pare atmosphere whisk Isivwb Ute prl4atB eonaieataas conngi cad which sashes the people to are that tkey are Jwtlfled la trMiUi to the fullest deer this beset aWe anJ ctfectlv ebltt SMRlttrat LATE POLiTICAL COMMENT CTTh nsnlorHy desire to stand pat on the tariff boaW f itttlf keep the PhlMptilM bill la Ns present state and we believe that stay tO It will Suysr Pion r Journal crvtiMoarl Democrat ore for Dry an rtrevmataiHen or no clrcttra stance They have found these 10 Me Pop rule iH tepennble over since they lost the state la 1191 when the Pops fleshed by theowtlvtu St LouIs OtobeUomoerot c Tfce Filipinos appear to view the roranrte Qf Mr Bryan much as wn do those of the foreigner who casually studies tie for a day or se and then professes to know all about uaCbt fogs Post fit seems to as that one must be either for protection or for tree trade If protection is robbery then free trade Is the only right thing If one bellavM It his robbery ho ought to be for free trade Malting the amount of the robbery a little less by revision or reduction does not meet the sltua Hon Cedar Rapids Republican KTSevoral Missouri papers insist that Dryan Is stronger In the slate than ho was In 1S9C The tide dldn run that way In 1300 whoa his total vote compared with that of 1806 fell off over 11000 and his majority de cllned from S3JJ8 to 20188 When It comes to a count the evaporation In Bryanlsm Is always hoavy St Louis GlotoPdmoerat prwilllam J Bryan when spoaklni In tho Democratic national convctjtlor of 1S04 to the nomination of Alton 11 Parker did not mention Judge Park ers name This style of political ora tory was Introduced Its said by Conlillng In the Qarfleld campaign anti followed by Hill In tho second Cleveland campaign It Is a preventive of too much croweating In public Washington Post KTThoso who are shouting tariff revision and making war upon every business Interest of the country nn striking against party harmony and aro educating the people to elect soma such man as William R Hears to the position of president of the United StatesIowa City Republican C7Thoiie who Imagine the tarp question Is nn easy ono to settle should be reminded of tbo tact that It took Congressman Wllllama two days to finish on J4h on that subpect and he had to have the assistance of Congressman Tone nt that Spring field Union 4 v D A PUBIC DANCER Row Cities in England and Scotland Are Warning People Against r Drink In view of the Increasing interest taken by municipalities In Bagtaml and Scotland In this question ofpt lK lie health AS affected by the use of Intoxicating liquor many of tile cities and largo towns have deotdsd to Ja sito largo posters In tholr reiptctlve areas In order to warn the people against tho use of jtloolpU Several of the Lonilail brrotisjli eounelll IlvoriMwl Leeds Tunbrldgo Wolfe ill Hnnland Glasgow and Dundee Soot land are among tbe places that boro taken such ncllou Tho trod lies ralMit an notion tu the law opart In order to nrrsst tho spread of tbo movement The following bj the fort of poster lantof by the city of Qirn die wtttch II typleol of that loraod by other munloitIHtoe CITY OK DUNDHH PHYSICAL UBTnniOIlATION AND ALCOHOLISM The report of tbo committee pre p seated to ParHaraont by gonwaaoflf JIll Majesty plates thatfTb abuse of aloohono atlmobitttsv Is a mast potent and deadly agent or nbyvlonl detertoratton- Alcuhono Decibels aro flpooiollr lilt Isle to tHlMrcttkMt and all Inflomwu tory illaorUor Uvldanett was placed Uotoro tbe committee abowlng that In stboti nonce M to be sought the source ot HMOOHHtr vbMr anti aetivfty The lunacy llgnros Mow a IahJe- and inoroaslttg number of admloottoo of both seems wbtth ore tluo to drtuh The following nets reeenlamd by the ntoUfeol profiawlon aro pwMbUMil In order to carry oat tile rocoo po datlon at tile committee anti tu briM homo to mn and wOMon Ile fatal offsets of abxibol on pbyakal oW oianey cal Alcoholism U n ehroale pbt onlstx resulting from the baMtatl abuse of alcohol whotbor oo aptdio wlno or earl which may peril fiO as for IUI draattenHooo tb It Is a whisk to say list bUHMlaHU are Meemnry for UIete ootanc hard work 1- Ce Alcohol 1e rtoJly a narcoMo dolltoc toe nttvoo Ilko aedaautnp optaM Its ant effect to oa on a mass ptf eontrsl while his jao skHM rue oneltml boooo the uMber of crtasco wbkh ooctn omlr us In asese dl Per persons In ordinary ho HH the practice of drinking even the milder nloobfrllo drtHkn apart last raoal Is Most Ieartoeteto Tbo habit drinking to ox cw oadi to the run of families pie iHkgtort of Metal duties dlofcoot for week mlaory theft and crime It bMd also to tbe hmpkui for oloobot prothKoa the most various sad tko tnott fatal dliwanl ItMwdlKg pwrol yota iRsanKy diseases of the otoov ach ami liver sod ropey It aIIoTpaves the way to oonutflpUop frooMnton of iwblki houses tqrnjNh a forgo tiroportlon of the victim ot this dleosae It oomtdieates end gip Rravoto all acute disease typbotll favor twmimOnU and erysipelas fire muoit since fatal In tho achieet ot oloobtrllsm Ul The tins of parents who have drunk to seoo ore visited on the children both morally and ptiyateally- g In short aieoboltom II the most terrible enemy to wroonal health to family happiness tad to national prosperity William lJbng air Lord Provost Chos TampHmnn M D 8 Se Medical Omcor of Health Wra 11 Ulyth Martin Town Clint t Tows House Dundee January 1WC r I Prohibition In Kansas Dr Charles M Sheldon recently de clared tlmt the majority for prohibi tion is larger Ic Kuntas today thin In 1S80 Let tent read from Qov Hoch find Congressman Scott stated the benelltK of prohibition Among other fasts mentioned wera thttte Klghtyfiv counties of 1M have no paupers M coun ty jails have no prisoners and one taU Is used by farmer to store corn Atquarter of a million people 20 yearn oC age or more have never seen h saloon He stated Hint In his foiirnej froflfh pcka to Hartford he taw men and bays than In his morthudkit dence In Knnsns now It Peelsft A widely tabled geutlomen late y snldt It U somewhat interotlng n note the various wajra in wltlcn lntdue leant affect thovarlouajiatlonanfr Having traveled to a co tent I nave pcrxiivcd that wkepn Krentinman line had too much BCJ want to dance n Gorman to sing a Spaniard to gamble n UrltUhe tU eat un Italian to brag an jrlslimau IV1UvcrPlay t Without Drink Mob Impossible Let there be an abstinence from 10= toxlcatlng drinks throughout this coup= try during the period of a ttbn and a mob be AS Impossible Aas cotnbnstica without oxygen = Horr ace Mann f The tight of a Cigarette 1t As a light to IHjimlmUoabbyd to the snloon ilo6r a nr= excels 1 AIlecjtrleUvv c f Jp i f SPREAD AND PICNIC rCBOOLQIRL SiIOULD KNOW now TO SERVE DAINTILY Schoolgirls Can Cook as Well as Ca terers=How to Idaho a Sandwich a Work of Art Old Fasbtoned Cookies Are a Toothsome llsllsh Ito Good Tempered When on A rionlcj one Cross Person Can Spoil the General Pleasure Arrange livery Detail Beforehand A Picnic Vbero tho Lunch Was Loft Da hind UV MAKUAnET H SANdSTER rerf t ifMy byJeph U UowiuL 1 wuttviir It you girls rend llusfcln OfI HUM you know that John Ruse Itln vni a groat trltlc and essayist the ctac frtmd of several great art tea ami as writ the friend and rham iuu iif win tang niptif iJcMdea all this Air Kinktn wrote books which are luoUel h oi gaud and boa Hi if ul mulish on I bat uu lap in Bngiish utaraturi H VJid cu sealed a fiudy of hiS v graterulrtld viKoious styit In one of I Ills botiUs ScMime and Lilies Mr Ituskln devotes a good deal of Alton tion t i tine girls sad KVPS them In Ills cliauiiun way no little excellent t udvlcr He al s mnors oilier things that u Li II work her minion in llf Is to IjtiM iieopio and lu teed heai In lUmv wys You IT putty sure to phase people If you et bpfure them the thtnp they like ta rat served In a manner thut tempi apiH tn Xoyeuny girl ran bd conehtiij x rH educated who doll uyf JjUw pow to cook Ito to 101 iiiid that ixt i are born n i JI T mode but I 4o nut tteirve a I of trA 1 girl wjtli a I lever brain a ivrti hnnds may learn how to nkd everything that H corded in su ordinary meal and every ciii who attends a KKikliiR rjaaa ml trll you that the art ofI miking laoludf UU end of Sun To auk siimiraMy una w waste no IiI material a real Ieislninli lie cotnii itincnt toThuIDg girl wrltea n good compt tiiri i oars heats a icon say but JM K he know haw ta Iso1 a 1JHlrf n i rouUI have told him that t Carl who ootsbl write sad speak ir tly and woo Mood hlcli et lr r lasses was far raw rv llhely to IM in idpt in brolllnc and baklatf end ii jlIng a salad or a Kiddlnt thus ht tupld nalgtikor who never net lit mind en gaining lotelleitual yltoi Ub Mver raltlratea her brims mot aufully will IlkewlM excel When s utaa maaval irelnlax acd Will sw i at nest remits as an till rouse g L I wi i MipnMo that ivu Intend Hiv fog a UM rftMtalniMat Tp j hit mceeaafttllr yon tIP ud have a aprri4d of some sort slid your fiiosu wii Appreciate the repast all the mare It It M of home production jBstonJ of MntHlMtIng mere pocket looaflc mJ ttfertiHc everything from n rattrrr way sot Jo as Rood booeer keepsy c rd to la year gosh by and ruiiio msnty for the tt 1PI1plve OCItOOI spread need not IIe very mi iita but yon will want pk uty f tvbaUrrer yes decide to over 8aMwnhi la variety and abon dance tke and tomooaae will furnish en afjKUinR liiil of tan Now tale that a nh may be a coarse make sift rr a work ot art If ose takes a ir bark on IHeM nlor thick nilcea urI toners thorn In huflpa put ling bctwt4 n them an mislgktly rag meat f rtMui aka will have the trieasy cda nmwleh It will eatiafy a famished welt but It will not please the pat of anybody who la refino And la IdfcN TJo mako Mndwkbe 5 Drupes iy for a spnuid you should have v n sharp knife sad a steady hand Dread one day old ta bettor then bread freshly Inked Corrfully raiiwve toe fr crust and lint Uiitorlng offftb Mloa More wtUiKlt sBToud It 111111111ntltailed egg or with 11QMuf Icttuoo crap Oral fincu and flavorod with a taywnalso iIiOMliiR onnai1o VliQcnn IRI t dainty may fs alromlym Rood coolq and ahoa ls hdrsojt DOMeseud of a fine In tcltlajancex Too pile of snmlwlchos placed on n treat platter may bava a touch or hoauly If every ogc Is tfcfl with baby ribbon of your class colors lo sort ba too ambitious about tho cake 1 provldo for a cuhool spread Kfitlilnu fc r tills purlloao RuryasscB told faihloaed Ringer snnps unit nicely browned cookies made front your KrandmotlisfH rtclpo Ask her to tilvo It you and you will acknowledge that I I am telling tbo truth Sugar cookies have nJoothKomo flavor that Is just a llttlo heightened by tho addition or + nuts clloPlwlt and liberally uprinktod Into tho tlQBRlu a A plonlc dlfftra from a apruiul In tho Important Item of environment Ono may hove a spread In the classroom or In ones own room or at a friends bocce A picnic implies an excursion to a selected objective point U maybe by roll or by water or one may prefer as a plclnlc ground a place within walking dUtancc We picnic ou1 of doors Ono of tho most dellghful picnics In my experience was on the Long Is land shore nt a point where tho comesJyerrs the plcnla at four In the afternoon driving to tho shore a merry com Siany of boys and girls with an aunt or two and a mother and n jolly oM + tailor undo slid wo unpackedl our boo kets at slxBDT ate our supper in the iunset jlpht Wc boiled the kettle urN4la tea pndvu tasted on cold I = r broiled chicken and ham rcaJ and butter biscuits chccso and pound cake and later went home by moon light singing all the way An essential Jlblbg for the success of any function whether It be an Informal spread or a formal dinner Is good temper A single cross or fret ful person may act as a wet blanket pn otor Ono concerned There is no silrerwoy to spoil u good tlmd than tc carry long somebody who Is leln b or blue or disposed to find fault and to try fur the best place and tho least labor Very possibly there Is no such girl lu your school but once In a while she strays in at a picnic or a party from wine other locality For ourselves the beat recipe for good limos Is a sunny disposition united to a brave heart and real unselfishness Bvorythlng la this world eooa better If Judiciously planned for nod managed according to system Before Inviting people to a function be sure that you have arranged every detail If you arc going on a picnic let it be thoroughly understood at what tune you start and from what place how much Itwtll cost each person for carfare or steamboat ticket and at what hour you will sot out for home If possible always on such occasions have tho company of a teacher a mother or on old friend Emergencies sometimes arise when the presence of somebody with experience Is n comfort and a safeguard and a sympa tbetlc older friend adds to the enjoy ment of the hour Instead of detracting from It Do not leave Uie provisions In the tare of an absent minded person who may blunder Into forgetting them when slid Steps from the boat This owe happened at a picnic where I wsi a rut and we all stood forlornly or the beach watching the departing boat that carried away our lunch baskets and lilt us lamenting because the eon teats of our combined poekotboolti werb hot sum 1o purcbas any I tiling cw pt a few dry crackers at s country store A NEAT TILE I The Color Is R Dark Shade of Strawberry Pink and n Black Silk Sash Is Worn A stmpta Mhool dram Is shown In this number It is In n dark shade of Mmwb rrrplnk fmle Tile bodice bsI a tona wnlat d lining of aateen the material Is then arranged In three Theylati A SCHOOL DID The spaces between the pleats of the material ta tacked from the no k to the bwet The waist Is poMched and town to the lining The full skirt whkH II sewn to the lining Is ales tMckod and pleated like the bollcb enly the stitching on pleats Is carried part way down A black silk sash N worn round the waist The cuffs and cottar are fated with lace Material required Three and one yardasBEAUTY DOS 0 gre thnUou never sleep In the un deroioitinp you Have corn alt day fur III Y barn aborul much of the per plratKiu and cfloto tnptter throwa off by your body and need 10 bo turned Shaken and breed nil night To sleep In them would be hut to give your skin a chance to roabsorb UHMO wiisto stuns And that you know Is fad even without my lolling you youdopaneling and lifting the chest with every one before you leafyour bed and lake n few brisk arm exercises trunk bondings and some tiptoe worlt on rUluglnly a minute porhapt butt maY1maunoI lit last five or ten minutes to title work and cmphaxlin the chest work null trunk bending nt the wntst linn the weak part of your anatomy JUKI now and possibly made so by tho fitthlonor wenrng two piece garments skirts and waists as well as by the corset which more or IMS restricts activity just at the waist lineKeep the akin clean A dally sponge and hard brisk rub will not only pre vent your taking raid so easily but be fine exercise for your arms stim ulate the skin to better work strength en your heart and Increase your iung capacity lie sure to go out some time during tho day Fill your lungs and exercise your way In the open air and sunshine for at least ten mutes dally Never let rain keep you in for as long as you are able to be up and working about the house you nre ahlelo run out for a bit late the open 4 1 QUARTERLYREVIEW SondaySchooi Lesson oriune 241906 Specially Prepard for 7 his Paper GOLDEN TEXT OF QUAnTKn Never man wll8ke like this manJohn rl8 TOPIC OP QUAnTKItTho words of testis TIMTH OP QUAnTKtlJeM spoke inly words of help and comfort Review of Chrltta Life It will clarify tho minds of the scholars to go back to tho beginning tad construct a chart showing the principal events In Christs life up to iho transfiguration This chart the teacher may form before the class then cover It and auk the scholars to reconstruct It in writing on the spot In the arrangement Stevens and Bur- tons Harmony has bean followed I Thirty Years of Private Life 5 D Co to the summer of 20 A D Birth In Egypt In tho temple II Opening Events of Ills Ministry Summer Jfl A D to PUllOver spring 17 A D John the Baptist Baptism Temptation First disciples First miracle III Rnrly Judean Ministry Spring J7 A D to December J7 A D Tem pie cleansed Nleodemus At Syehar IV Flat Period cf the Oalllean Ministry December 27 A D to early summer 28 A D John In prison Re leetcd at Nasawtb First preaching tour V Second Period of the Oalllean Ministry Early summer 23 A D to Passover spring f9 A D The twelve chosen Sermon on ho Mount Lesson I Jews and the Sabbath Leeson II SeAnd preaching tour Widows ion at Kln Lesson III In Simons homo LwMon IV gambles by the sea Lessons V VI Oedarene domonlacs Letson VII Third pmchlng tour Twelve sent forth John the Baptist killed Lesson VIII Pasting of the five thousand Les MM IX VI Third Period Oalllean PassobtMinistry From the spring 30 A D to November ta A D The Syrophaoletan woman Lesson X Four thousand fed Peters canfeeaftm Ion XI TM transfiguration Lesson JCIU The Miracle and Parables Review MOlt of our quarters 100BOn are either wtrttle or parables OIy each scholar a espy of the fallowing list of quesUhwa 1 Wnat was the miracle or Pllra bin 2 What does It show of Cbrlsfl A rbararterT 3 What lon had It for Christs Immediate hearers 4 What IssMn haul It for us Ask the scholars to com prepared to answer these quest tow for well of till nine muscles and parables we have ItHelled sad to apply the ques lion ay0 to the ether three lessons to far as they are appropriate nooks From what Ooepel were the largest upmUr of these lessons takent Wilcb Gaspl reports most fully Joan Sermon on the Mount Give titles of the lessons that arc found In LIIk+ Why are we studying three Jcxpcls at once Plneer 1 In what province of Galilee do we see Jesus In these lee sons Where did he preach the Ser mon on the Mount Lewon 1 Where iM Jesus wart his first nlraclo ol raising the dead Lesson 3 2 From what pulpit did Jesus deliver a ser mon made up wholly of parables Loionn 5 Z From what place was Jesus urged to depart Lesson 7 Where was John tho Baptist put to death Lesson 8 4 What distant regions did Jesus visit Lessons 10 11 B On what mountain probably was Jeius transfigured Lesson 11 Persons C Who charged Jesus and his dtecVIe with breaking the Sabbath Leeson 2 7 What Gentiles showed great faith In Jesus Lessons 3 10 S Who euppllnd to Jesus what the discourteous Simon neglect od Lesson 4 Who were Interested In Jesus parables so that they sough to undonttaml them Lesions S 6 Who In the country of the Gadarones was healed b Jesus Lesson 7 9 Who slew John the Baptist Lesson 8 Who Incited him to do thlsl Who made the great confessions ol Christ Ltason 11 10 Who wit nested Jesus transfiguration Lesson 12- Teachings11 To what have wt paid special attention In this quarters lessons Quarters Topic 12 What was ureas verdict about the words oi Jesus Quartern Golden Text 13 What did Jesus teach by the story of the Two Foundations Oolder Text Lesson 1 14 What did Jesus teach about tho weekly Sabbath Lesson 2 1C How did Jesus once state his authority over death Golden Text Lesson 3 1C Will what words did Jesus comfort a sin ful but penitent woman Colder Text Lesson o- fqolden Thoughts We may drop our buckets Intc empty wells but thty will cause nc strain on the windlass Where no fish are the flshermar Whip the water In vain We need an armor for the camp ai well as for the conflict The mat who goes through lift with an excuse un his lips will proba 117 go Into eternity with a lie In hli heart livery noun of manly Instincts hon oran m91man but even a sneh 11 Its heart =Unite Prcsbrtcilau IAN ERRANT SOMNAMBULIST Extraordinary Adventure of a Phy elclan on A Cold Win ters Night One of the most uncanny experl ences I over had remarked a Kan San Cly physician In the Kansas City Star was when I was practicing In a small Missouri town It was a bit tar winter night and n blizzard was raging A little after midnight I heard above the dirt of tho storm the sound of some one knocking at my out er storm door which prevented access to my bell I dressed and descended A young man from the country almost bidden in his great storm coot told mo that his young wife was choking to death Doctor he said I would not ask you to go out In such a storm as this If It were not a case of life and death Something In her throat Is gradually editing off her breath and It is only a question of hours until alto must choke And we have been mar fled only three days he added I got my medicine ease bundled up as warmly as I could and getting Into the young fellows buggy we rode three mites through the howling zero night Arrived at our destination both near ly frozen we staggered Into the house and he led tho way to the bed cham her The bed was empty The was a typical bachelor quarters an I suspected at once that something was wrong Looking closely at my friend I detected by the peculiar dilation of the pupils of his cyco that he was not awoke but was talking In his sleep I had been brought out Into the bitter cold night as a part of the freak dream of a somnambulist Immedi ately I resolved on my course Go and put your horses In the barn I said and by the time you get back I will have cured your wife Coma In quietly and do not disturb her for she will bo sleeping restfully I did not want to go back to town that night and to I crawled into bed Pret ty soou the other chap came in and lay down beside me In the morning ho was somewhat astounded to find he had a bedmate I explained my presence and ho was all contrition for his sleepwalking sins He coul4 remember nothing of his dream about his dying bride OCTOPUS STEW IN CHICAGO Devilfish Sold as a Delicacy by the Greek Merchants of the City Will you have a bit of octopus stew Its on Chicagos bill of fare by grace of the enterprise of Greek merchants Out along Halsted street devilfish Is held a delicacy and in ovary store the long tentacled fish preserved with salt are offered for sale and are bought by scores of Greek gourmands Vow persons outside the Greek and Armenian eoloqlea of the city know that the mysterious hideous ash pic tured In legend as destroying ships pad known to modern man as the em blem of the trusts Is on sale as an ar tide of food The fishermen of Granidlon not the octopi sold In Chicago From the Med iterranean port they are sent Inland dried smiled and prepared for ship ment They arrive In Chicago in bulk loose and with tentacles sticking stiffly out Sometimes the shippers roll the fishes Into balls as big as cabbages One or two of the bigger ones form the covering of these balls which are stuffed sometimes with a dozen baby octopi Only tho wealthiest Greeks In Chicago have octopus served reguar ly on their tables They sell at 40 cents a pound Candid Declaration What I want said the man of polities Is reform What kind of reform 1 Well I suppose Its tho kind that a lot of people are after the Kind thatll put tho other fellows out and my crowd In Washington Star Looking Ahead Madge She married him for his money and he married her on account of her beauty- MarjorleWhatever will they do after a few yearsJ asseir Journal MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati June Itat m K 6Aro no H hulov paolkertl G 4e ro Mixed h keN a 13 t lAMIlSSprlnif extra SW- a PLOUItHnrlnit wheat l4 s rod tJ 55 101 51ATSNoltYeYu i choice RAKIKYNo 2 spring 1- 1JJ m WiLARD Irlmv steam k noCholAlHLKSrhoirr per liM e 0 r Ul aw osw wTOCUICAO- OFrQUnWlnttr patent S SO 0 3 WIIBATNu t red ffiy4E Sb No S pring S3 vOATS n 4 llVBXo J choice I j 61 t IOKK Jrlmo teetis IC 90 6- f S JjAHU Prime steam NEW vonic l21LWIIITOKNNo 2 mlXfU OATSNo S mlxvd OCfl ffiJAJUnALTpioRE WIIHATVo 2 rod v fJ W- ionNNo 2 mixed v t6r+ CATTLlJStcer 610 t1 E 25 HOOS UooU to choice 620 U 11 S25 LOUISVILLE WHEATNO s red O CORNNO 3 white tt 3M5 11LARDPrime ro 8 IINDIANAPOLIS CATTLEPrime steers i HOQSUeit grade 1iIIIIga35 RHKKPnctt grade area CollegerOUNDED I860 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Toachors and 900 Students from 28 States largest Collego Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENCETwo years Coureo tvjtb agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies TRADE SCHOOLSCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years NORMAL COURSESFor teacher Three courses leading to County Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma ACADifMY COURSESFour years fitting for College for busmen and for life COLLEGE COURSESLiterary Scientific Classical loading td Baccalaureate degrees MUSICChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help allwho will help themselves toward a Christian incidentaldpay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks may be brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term t 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opened September 13 Winter tern opened January Snud Spring term will open March 21 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congrega tionalists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Bcrea Madison County Ky I RICHMOND GREENHOUSES G Phone 188 Richmond Ky CUT FLOWERS I DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS I Girprrnkrr trRrrprrrr strrrKrQarrrRrouPvrvrrrrkr1lKsbtsrxrr Mattingx r Take a look through our stockit will surprints you bow wellY tand how reasonably we can supply your wants ft K New Florence drop top bail bearing Sowing Machines at S- if 525 X80 and 35worth 550 500 and 05 fta KyaAi i K yhay rhone 731 Phone C 4litililkitAkAilkltAk AilkkklPAkkAkYlitAkiiilitifAkkklklil katAklt ARkliela J Carriage Satisfaction Here BuggiesPhaetons 1 Runabout Surries TrapstDurableGraceful Useful Gomfortablo Stylish bodyInlshcarriages luvaiiabljr give U1aaNOWWe repaint repair and rthtoGet our prices f KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS C 7 HIGGIKS Prop Rlcsaoul KT I I 1 Ifl Madison County Roller Mills I e1 i4et4C I Manufacturers Fancy Roller Reap I Cure Mckl Sbtp Stuffs Crushed Com Etc Our aQOLD DUST Roller Floor will b- kari to beat PRIDE OF MA IsONII tnotbcr ExceUeit Flwar IEdd4IlF ii i I 1 I r Potts Duerson1 Ywi saatilel lhy s r = Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for I ry f Boys 200 and 175 for Youths M- ij The reputation of W 1 Douglas shoes for itylt comfort and wear Is known enrjmhere throughout the world They have to Che better satisfaction than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wears I en expect more for their money than they an get elsewhere We carry a full line and can Insure a perfect j 1 fit iaipwctlon invited j T COYLE HAYES 1 BEBEA KENTUCKY ooeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoe09ceoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoI I I Berea and Vicinity I r s i0o a GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 0 iga SolooeouosouoosouaosollloMrs C L Hanson was in Cincinnati two days this week James Hays cashier of the Jackson County Bank at McKee was in Berea last week Dr and lire S R Baker are the happy parents of a little girl born Saturday June 10 Mrs Grosvenor and Miss Moore made a trip to Paint Lick on Wed i nesday of this week The Berea Colored Sunday school will have a picnic next Tuesday in the grove beyond Mr VanWinkles Dr Cook supplied the Union Church last Sunday morning in the absence of the pastor Dr Thomson Mrs P Kearns and children of Winchester visited with the Misses Duncan last Thursday and Friday Rev L E Tupper left Tuesday with his family for his new work us principal of the Craftsbury Academy North Craftsbury Vermont Misses Mary and Nellie Fee and Lulii Sturgis who have been visitors in Berea for a few weeks returned to their homes in Clarkesburg Ind It last week Mr H W Coddington a formers udont of Berea and at present a Assistant Engineer of Tests for the- N t W R R at Roanoke has been very ill with billious fever He is now convalescent HC Wolf was in Louisville for the Home Coming last Friday and Saturday While there he also at tended the annual banquet given to the agents of the New England Mu tual Life Insurance Company at the J Seelbach Presideiit Frost preached the funeral I of John Robinson at the Red Lickchurch house last Sunday The very large congregation in attendance showed the regard In which Mr Robinson t was held by his neighbor He was postmaster more than twenty years W D London S G Hanson E T Fish Kirk Rhodus Prof Dodge W H Haney Prof Seal G E Pore ter H M Racer Oscar Preston and mother A H Meese Frank Fowler Prof Dizney and J L Bowler were s among those who wont to Richmond last Monday to the Home Coming celebrationMrs and Mrs Dinsmore go et Wednesday of this week as represen tatives of the Berea Womans Club a to Mt Sterling Ky to the annual meeting of the State Federation of I Womans Clubs Tho sessions cover Wednesday Thursday and Friday of this week The next meeting of the Berea withim Roll call will be responded to- by current events Reports of the State Federation which is being held at Mt Sterling this week will be given by the delegates after which each member will read a favorite selection 1 ie i i V 1 oooooooouuuuu IStntion Agent Bowers is on the his week Major and Mrs Grosvenor were in Richmond last Friday They were the guests of Mrs Wiggins and family while there- Professor Cook is expected to preach at Ferristown next Sunday night in place of Mr Hndsou who will be away on his vacation The storm last Sunday hindered the Sunday schoolwork around about Berea The attendance was but small and many of the workers who went from here were wet through A severe electric and windstorm passed over Berea and vicinity last Sunday afternoon Telephone and telegraph wires were interfered with somewhat but no serious damage has been reported A gospel tent meeting will be hold in Richmond beginning on July 0 in which special effort will IKJ made to reach those districts not hitherto reached by the gospel of Christ Revs Weaver Smith pastors of the Second Presbyterian and Methodist churches respectively will con duct the services assisted by persons from other points Mrs E A Cook has just received word of the death of her great uuole Carl Ferdinand von Rmlolphi in her homo city Halle Germany He was an officer in the Fran oPrussian war in the same regiment with the present German Chancellor von One lowand by his bravery and success won rapid promotion The Emperor gave him noble rank and the order of the Iron Cross first class OR well as other honors He was too feeble to be present at the welding of Dr and Mrs Cooka year ago but watched the bridal procession from his balcony across the street from tho church Ron of Veteran Through some oversight the last issue of the Citizen omitted mention of the officers elected by nib Sons of Veterans at the encampment last week We give the list now State Commander C F llannort of Here Btnlor Vice A II Cabble of llcud enon JunlorVlce Commander T C Johnion of Pan Divltlon Camp Counsel Claude H Wood Newport Chi H Slebbln Covington and J O Lester of Derea The pointment were madeby the Commanderelevt and Treasurer B H Gabbard sere H Talbout Ford Councilor GeoChapIalnlW Cincinnati Inspector T P ROM Newport Mothers Ear A WORE M MOTHER Btttl WHEN MUKmiHS AH INFANT AND lit THe MOUTH THAT COM BffOK THAT TIME SCOTTS EMULSION muffumm THE EXTRATRRROrHANO IONdCHILD Send for fru Maple SCOTT DOWNS ChemM eoNS Pearl Street Nw York SOC and f100 f aUdrucziiU = J College Items HERB AND THERE I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 111 Prof Dinsmoro Is on a trip to Ashland Ky Prof Josephine Robinson left Tuesday morning for the east Prof Edwards sad hta wife made an excursion to the caves lost week donnlorFriday expecting to resume her College course in the fall Mrs Ogc assistant at Ladies hull iu taking a little rest with her brother t a laugh Jackson county Marie Caldwell has returned after spending n week with China Hudson out in the country near Big Tutor Dizney will lIi1JI in the full term instead of iu extension work as iu previous full termsGrace I Maiden starts for Clmntau qua Saturday where she and Eliza teeth Lewis will keep n cottage this summerMiss Speer returned home Monday night from attending the commence meat of her Alma Mater the College at Moores Hill Iud President Frost will be more In Boreu the coming year and more active In teaching and schoolwork than for some time past Miss Chrisman and Miss Liven good have returned from a very profitable sojourn at the Y W C A Conference Asheville N C Miss Cameron and Miss Swingof the College workers enjoyed a de rightful horseback ride around the little horn Monday morning before breakfastMr of the College Woodwork Department leaves this week Thursday or Friday for a months vacation He expects to spend it in Massachusetts and Nova Scotia One of his errands is to visit n sicksister A few days ago the now cream sep arator wits started in the dairy of the College Farm and last Monday the first butter was churned Now the College Dairy is In the market to furnish the test butter at current ratesWill Flanery has recovered from his spell of sickness Prof Rumold has given into his hands the work of making Weather Reports for the U S Weather Bureau and he promises us soma account of how hot and how wet our weather has been Miss Welch took the position of teacher in charge of Ladies Hall I simply to meet an emergency last spring She was so successful how ever and such good will sprang up between her and the girls in this re lation that she is to remain in charge for the coming year I Whittemoro Boggs who has been doing the College bookbinding dur ing the last year left for his homo iu Council Bluffs Iowa Monday after taking dinner with Major and Mrs Grosrenor He expects to perfect himself iu his art by working in a large bindery in his home city this summerCollege Treasurer Osborne and his wife left early Thursday morning I on their way to the commencement exercises of Yale University where their son Raymond graduates They go by rail to Old Point Comfort Va and thence by sea On their way back they expect to spend a few weeks In Saybrook 0 visiting Mrs Onbornes people They will be away about a month IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The death of Governor Pattison of Ohio last Monday afternoon is a matter for sorrow for all the country His election as a Democratic governor of a Republican state last fall after a tremendous campaign in which the churches wore especially active to defeat Boss Cox and his machine was welcomed all over the country as a great advance in tho purification of politics What will Pattinoua successor dot IN TIIK WIDE WOULD Terrible of Jews tbemlarohave already been killed and JewsI mutilated The Russian Jew a despicable creature dirty in body and soul He has been made so by the treatment to which ho has subjected A continuance of suchI treatment will not make him If he and some other peoplo nearer homo were treated as we would like t be treated and taught to be what thoy ought to be many present day evils would be abated which and massacre will never IyncblngI IA good square piano for sale or rent Chriaraans the furniture man tat c 9 ntchinunil Welcome Home Comer Monday Juno 18th will go down in the annals of Madison county as a memorable day for it was nmlo so by tho grand ovation given to the Madison county homo comers who came to Richmond on the invitation of tho citizens of that city The town was in its holiday attire halugIcelebration From an early hour the visitors poured into tho city some camo by foot tho streets wore fairly blockaded by tho many vehic JesIIt was an orderly and good natured that attracted as bye magnet to greet Madison countys eons who have been absent for many years seine since childhood Madi son county may well be proud of her returning sons because thoy hero distinguished themselves among I men and her young non who hero not yet gone out into tho world may find inspiration and encouragement in the records of such men OH former Governor of Missouri David R Francis who was also president of Expositionheld Stone and Senator Jas B McCreary At eleven oclock the crowd wended its way toward the Central Univer sity Campus where the speakers platform was erected anti where n line lunch including old fashioned burgoo was being prepared r1aYlCtMyBOIIIO took up tho song with their voices After title selection tho days program was taken up Mayor C E Woods opened with an interesting address of welcome Ho introduced as master of ceremonies J A Sullivan who made a neat speech which was received with unstinted applause Hon W B Smith of Richmond spoke of the achievements of Kentuckians in all walks of life iind told the young men to take inspiration therefromFormer Governor Francis was tho next speaker introduced and wou tho applaum of his listeners by his well chosen remarks Isis voice was rather too low to Ira hoard any great distance anti most of his speech was unheard by those not the platform Senator McCreary spoke next and was will received being interrupted many times by applause During the intermission lunch was served by several young ladies who were prettily attired in white dresses iTilt program was resumed and many interesting speakers wore heard After each speech the baud played catchy selections and carne in for no mean share of the applause The celebration was brought to its conclusion by a baseball game between Richmond and Silver Creek the latter being vanquished by the score of 15 to 0 It has been announced that former Governor Francis will present a handsome bronze fountain to the city of Richmond Irof Uotic nflwanl If any man in this state tins been more devoted to the Grand Army of the Republic than Prof Dodge we do not know who ho is To the or ganization and to the old soldiers and their families ho has been an unfailingfriend The fact that ho was not elI il Commander at the recent encampment naturally awakens surprise especially when no opposing candi date especially qualified for the puni tiiin appeared The CITIZEN supXM H flint there were three reasons for his defeat which it is well to have point ed out In the first place the G A R of Kentucky is supposed to bo daunt noted by n ring that is a group of IIProf Dodge refused to pledge him self to obey this ring In time second place there was a case of plain and unblushing revenge Someone is said to have said Prof Dodge and I had a difference twenty odd years ago and I have boon chewing the rag ever since and now I have a chance to do htm an injury Coulfl a painted Indian have shown a more heathenish or unchristian spirit thnn thisAnd in the third place tho device b6l11IDodge was secretly their enemy and the colored votes in the G A R of are numerous be defeated from such causes ITo honor and Prof Dodge in time coni has an abundant reward Tho rose lutions of the Covington post express ArmyIrespect and the real affection of his comrades ro 0 Lest You- Forget Its easy to forget Especially to overlook the little things In the rush to get ready for your vacation dont forget the little needs that you are likely to want badlywhen you cant conveniently get them Suggestions Tooth brushes powder or paste Toilet soap in jiietal 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 d footcase corn plasters etc Let us show you The Porter Drug Co INCORPORATED I hooo+oo+o+a+oo+o+aoo+ooooooooooo+ lI The New England Mutual ILife Insurance Co of Boston J The Oldest and Strongest oi OldLine Company in the United States ot Is Represented in BEREA by o It HC WOLF a o+o+oo+o+o+o+ooo+oo+o+o+o+ooo+oo+Ooot- Trrkxtrr ItMKKrxirtrrrrryarrnItQKrK katk tkKKKKK krsNbkxt c It e ItI Getting Comfortable It Is a fine art You cant do it without having just ithe right sort of Furniture and just the rightjamount We have all the things you want Itt your house into a home i- sA a LOUIS 0 LESTERa Next to the Mill Chestnut Ave t Phone 93IkAititit ilililStASfkIASfASt7ti1A11AAQ3lOtlilA Al1 AilSfkSitiklftifkl ltf tShllQIeoeoeoeoeoeooeoooeoeoeo080eoeoeooooeooooeoo f I Special Sale i i on Straw Hats Y s o o t g We find that we arc overstocked on all kinds of o o Strtiw Hats and we take pleasure in offering you an S opportunity to save money on them Hence our g 5 special pricesoo S25 Cent Straw Hats Special Sale price 10 eta v g oV0II I It 1 3U II s0 7II II 11 II U n a o 0 u 0 1 00II H I el 41 II 70 41 0 S 125u u II It H II USI o0 0 150U 1 1 1 II II Jiio 200a 1 Il SI II II 158 0- o 0 210II U II dl 170 g pricesothey are gone It is our aim to stand close to the buying public in all their needs Visit us when in o iwant of any thing in the furnishing line f iJhe o Respectfullyia IaotIOe I J IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS CONDENSED l Interesting Happenings Boiled wn For llio Busy lleailcr FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NOTES J What Our Government Officials Ar- eDingCrlmsa and Casualties A Prominent Events i Throtigout the Globe Congressional Item A moat inspection provision was terrtnpletal by tlie house committee on 4 firfetiHuro at Washington which will Muxura that American moats and moat products are healthful cloan and In tvory respect wholesome and fit for food The Important features ot the IKlsfntton are that It places the cost govornIappropriation of J 2000000 to pay th- or HUlltJneesWith very Urge proportion ot time members present due to the activity u uo rcpnbllean anti democratic x whIne the house pasted a rule send ing the railroad rate bill baok to con 01 naked for by the senate withimt cVoa an oxproMon of lis tvie hVl A to any of the amendments to the bill- Whllothe sundry civil bill was un dr consideration the house In com mittee of the whol r ndbjHed an amendment offered by Mr Bowersock i Kan prohibiting canteens In aol Oir hflme Representative Sherman of New York Introduced a bill In congress providing that tho pawenRW rata on ul railroad In the Untied Stolen dot 11 an iRlentiatfr utMlnnu shall be two nts a Mlle effectivo January 1 next A uniform jwtem ef mileage books la provided for whlfk than be oa rte J l t all roads goad on anv road The etribte at WaHMngton Itotted hula providing for tie amendment of the militia law and U oooOM BUUiatly In the Interest of the militia The nt In WAftklHgta decided r vote r xr Tburmday on time Panama a by aril Ml accepted the eon fonce r rim on the dlH watlo and soup1I u bills the former cotft tt4 aM i Hi litter partial pawed a Mil llBitinc the llabllltr that may be II 4ume t t iiilividnahi to tkf nation al banks aimitiml A W ftensofl ta a Seat d do HiireetiMH of Senator Huifon of KaBMn reeelveil the ere I txtfclA Pt SOnetor sleet Ihllant of I IPKMI llt Md to n ajwecjU liy s Bator prytlen r eni kibM Ilk IAkmaabCiahaMa 4Tb knew Increased Ike approprla tlo for further teats of ntntcturat tats Iltcnlijl oUiejr eoals oft report M UKkthottM hill vat adopted TM report of the eon IIlPfOfIftaIIItiama to m catltl coammisMea- I jjne hoes artoptwl tile ennrerenoe remrt on till utart Hod Mil malting out of OMabama and Indian GllAte and mibmltUnR to vote bv the question of consotlda t i loii Into ORe etaie of Artaona lAn- dS Mexico ud admitting than at inch fo the senate at Waehlaston the bill I t OlU0iI lHch ul iippaVsr In opDOsltion to tb- litm6ar c I Miscellaneous HTT o ease ot the four meat Tomptnfen 4Barjcd wjth nceepilrri rebates tfcroslvcia UJ the Jury In the ratted SviiM ulslrlrt court at Kanmj I Cly and the defendant companies wart later found guilty as charged ot teptlng concession from the Cblengo lerllagton fc Quincy railroad on tport shipments on packinghouse prod I 4fetel Tho BorwIndWhlle Coal Mining Car pto the isouo before the Interstate mmorre commission whoa It ref ined Its IhvestlRntlon Into tho relit n7ns of railroads to coal Sod oil In erestii at Philadelphia Probably tho test Important fact brought out was t teneot handling Its oars on the Harslmux Jpn This allowance Hives the coal jlmpany about 17000 a month for Iii 1 this service 11ilhu Root secretary of state has Dodge lecturer at Yale for 1907 i Tho Castellano case at Paris la pro aedlnit uninterruptedly toward a Anal iearlng Njgotlatlon aro about to lia closed whereby a decree of divorce x will bo secured without n controversy a view to securing ready money Svlilcfi may bo borrowed on morlga Kus for the rebuilding of San Francis o a has received the approul- tloa1crao In both tho senate and house to amendment on the a1tIkau 461IunMy In the senate author tliirtecTetary of the treasury to s dqjo lt 10009000 of the public funds In S FranelC0 banks lIjtydNpotysl4orllfs armed with rules wero sent to Utah vhere nearly 400 Gcceks Italians and otlJlI fgrolgnnrsenmpluyedjlrtlraiirod- reonstructloa n new umcltcri are on strike 1t Seldom has the entertainment of tho reproscntatlVo of any forolgn government attracted tho attention of the social dlplomatlo aod political world that did the dinner and reception given by Ambassador and Mrs Hold at Dorchester hotiae London for Rep resentative Nicholas and Mrs ibng worth at which Icing Edward by his presence and attention to President Roosevelts daughter marked his est teem for the United States and tho chief executive During a balloon ascension at Mon roe S D Bert Ward the aeronaut fell from the parachute and was in stantly killed Tho occasion wan an old Settler picnic Ward was 16 years alII- Whllo trying to remove the tamping from a hole whore dynamite bad been placed an explosion occurred at tho Bear Wallace construction camp on the Tidewater railroad near Roanoke Va blowing up 11 Roumanians It hiss not yet beon settled that nt least GO Insurance companies will cut their payments ot losses 26 per cent at San Francisco Officials of California uro agreed It U paid that the Insurance companies which refuse to meet their obligations and pay their louses In full will not pnly be driven from the state but ruin ed before tho world If the widest pub lh ton of their methods can accom plish that end In th3 federal court at Kansas City the Jury turned a verdict finding tho Burlington railway guilty on tout counts of granting rebated Judge Me Pherson deferred sentence to Juno 22 The penally Involves a line of from 1000 to 20000 on oach count Over one million Immigrants have entered the port of New York dur log the year ending June 30 next according to Immigration Commission er Watehom at Hills Island Up to Juno 1 there have been 70000 Immigrants landed Last month showed the largest number of deportations In any similar period of limns There were lTMf Immigrant turned away during May Charles M Smith and his son Charles Jr wealthy farmer who live near Slckatown MM for whom war rant on peonage charges had been IB sued nnrrondened themselves tor the federal authorities An official Hlatement that there are two ewes of yellow fever In New Or leans or in Ltttol ina was IseMd by the Louisiana beard of liMlth John Alwianiler Dewle founder of iden City and first alI ct tho CfcrtMlaM Catholic church was the star witness In the trial ot the bait of who U thu owner of SUoo City be fen Judf Iandbrln the United States district court at Chicago As Mr Dowl was wheeled In a chSIr to the wlUiBM Btand tho ravage at the 4Hee Trom which he Is suffering yea plainly evident In hls wanted iWody dohn Alexander iJowle tentlfrlnjf at CMeAROr toWot au Instance when hits body wLcqujJijMpiQe peparated end in hU Blrltna being he dhrtlnctly saw hh own dead boy lying beneath a hroud At another time hll sjdmit left his body nnd the Angel Oabrlel nod the Vlruta Trfary were present in the ipalm visited by his spirit Orders for private ours wero placed with the Pressed Steel Co by the PeMyvanla Railway Co and paid for by Hun corporation This fact was evtabllBhed at Philadelphia be fore tho iHleretote commerce commission thwowglm the testimony of It K BwarU wile clerk at the sales do partment at the Pressed Steel Car Co and by Information volunloreed by F J Qowefl counsel for the rail road company In UehaU of more than 20000 school children In San FrancUeo Alfred Ren eelw Rutterlntendent of the public wjhottl department notified the people of Uw United States that a school re tnnltrtioUon commllteo has been formed with Mivyor Schrait nlghnlr man Tho npnolntmtmt of a San lrnucUco school day In every state amid territory U rourfrhflianded The mayor of Havana has ordered that the prohibitions of nolso anti fire work shall not be anfprcod In the case of Americans celebrating the 4th of July Hllen Terry Of tomloji will make a four months farewell of the United States beginning In January lOOt The 90th annum meeting of tho Con cregattonal Educational society wusj hold In Upston An order lies been Issued by the war department for Company P ot the 26th Infantry to abandon Fort Rlngguld Tex soon after July 1 aq practicable and take station at Fort Sam Houston Tho Colorado Flyer and tho Iowa Limited on the Rosk Island railroad1 collided Imitation through a nilauiider standing In poilnK orders at Den Mollies la Kleveu persons Very slightly Injured V A courtmartial at Rig Prussia con vlctcd a man named Antonnvlch of firing at a bittallon of the Ylamonshy regiment In Decmbor last and sentenced him to death Whistles wero blown Rune flrod and lajjs flung to tho breeze when bite now reached Gutdrie Okla that the house had adopted tho statehood bill bite IM Brawn and her daughter Julu of Chicago were seriously In- Jured and 25 other persons bruised In a collision betWeen a hugs touring au omobllo and a etreet car at Broadway and Rubel streets Jxiulsvlllo Ky Two distinct earthquake shocks In rapid succession wore felt In San Francisco and Oakland Thin 111070 mont soemed to bo from west to east and WM several seconds lit Jumtian The prosIBent sent totho senate tho nomination of GJ consular ofllccra Prlibh1oJ1 iqIJt a ntombor pf su Ctt = eettIlballnedIq ono day f Salvadorean advice report that tn offensive and defensive alltanco has been formed between Salvador and Honduras to compel the retirement of President Babrara First Lieut Edward Q Bollon of tho 17th Infantry governor of the province of DAVAO Island of Mindanao and Benjamin Christian have been murdered on thu beach on the west coast of Davao by a Munbalayan and hU two brother No agreement was reached cm any of the disputed points relative to the rail road rate bill Tho conferees were In elision six hours and adjourned A Jewish anarchist throw a bomb among the Corpus Christi procession which was In progress at Blalystott Russia and killed and wounded many personsA nfarence of the passenger Qfll clala of the Union Pacific Southern Parlflc and Santa Fe lines at Omaha Neb resulted In the announcement of a reduction of passenger rates per mlle in six of the western states and two territories The battleship Georgia on tier offi vial speed trial made a record of 1926 knots in hour establishing herself as the fastest battleship of time Unite States navy Mra Margaret McDonald formerly of Pit tBtmrg Pa who has resided at the Hotel St James New York for five years drank carbolic acid In her apartments and died shortly afterward at a hospital The Sad meeting of the supremo lodge of Ancient Order of United Workmen opened at Montreal with about 110 delegates from different lodges IP the United States and Can ada I elentIThe senate committee on Judiciary authorized a favorable report on a house bill amending Section Cl of the bankruptcy act by making travel leg salesmen preferred creditors with workmen clerks city salesmen and servants of the bankrupt Representative Charles E Fuller of Illinois was overcome by Jho heat at Washington whllo on the way to hla hotel and was removed to the emer gluey hospital whore Ho was pro nounced out of danger The convention of the National Edl torial association at Indianapolis cloned with a reception to the visitor at the home of Vice President and Mrs Charles W Fairbanks James town Ya was selected for the next convention The bill amending the national hanklne law with the senate amend menu WM concurred In by the house A national bank may loan to a single borrower a sum not In excess of potcent of Its cnpltal stock provided that the aurp oil of the bank Is equal to at leant twice lie capital stock Btistnes failures In tho United Suttee for the week sngp June 14 member 170 against last week 171 m the like week of 100S 181 in 1001 and IBS In 1901 In Cknaila fall urea are 20 compared with 17 last we t- It congress should send a message to President llpwvelt providing for the eonslruotlon of a son level canal OM the Isthmus of Panama he would veto It Title statement la made by authorityReports hays been received at FtI Werth Tex between Americans and Mexicans In Starr county In which a number were killed on both sides Among the number reported killed II exState Senator E U tano In oommlttee of the whole the house by a vote of 110 to 36 voted In fOr of a lock canal across tine Isth mua of Panama the amendment to lids effect being presented by Repre sentative Lltlniier of New York Representative Robert K Lester of Georgln was seriously and probably fatally Injured by falling through the skylight of the Cairo apartment house on Q street Mr Lester had gone to tho roof of tha building and aIIJI nt f lit fi fOOUntti nlJlntlirough the skylight about 30 feet to floor Doth logo were broken his right log being crushed fearfully He IH OS years old He has represented the Savannah district since Ulo be ginning pf Urn 51st congress Hbihas ftervort as prosldont of the Georgia Btato senate and as mayor of Savan nab Disorders have broken out at Bllaly etnlt with even gredter furythaft char acterized former rlois Tho t lograllh- onlco Is closed but semlomojal mes sages front Grodno and MJriek report the throwing of several bomUfe- On the railroad rate bill the Conferees have over prpblomi before them unsettled The situation devel oped a desire on the part orthfsento conferees to retain ference agreements except those with which the senate had found fault Time house conferees wore entirely unwill ing to accept that view of the settle ment the result being that the whole question was considered open and the senate amendments wero again dM rifascd as though no agreement had been reached The body of Capt Bull of the Sixth Dragoons who was killed by natlvej near Tanta was burled at Cairo Egypt Lord Granter the Egyptian miniSter and a number of British offl laU were present Three Central American republics Salvador Nicaragua and Honduras desire to bring about a chanKoor administration In Guatemala ituJ uro Tilling to bo guided by tho counatSs of lIt lcll and tho United States it- as not believed that either Mexico or the Untied States will Intervene hi be halt of tho Cabrera administration mho famous Virginia Silver mlnlnj case at St Paul In which la Involve the title to Iron ore on slato lands now under lease thc value of which SeMlmatetl at l5o000boO was ar geed and submlttea to time state au retne cot t1 o PRESIDENT DECLARES There Must Be No Sham in Meat Inspection Law The President Made Public a Reply to Communication Sent Him by Chairman Wadsworth of the Agricultural Committee Washington Further Interesting developments In the controver sy between the president and tho house committee on agriculture over the moat Inspection amendment to the agricultural appropriation bill have ben produced The president made public a reply to tho peppery com munication sent him by Chairman Wadnworth He frankly acknowledged that he was In error when he stated In his first letter that the committee had failed to provide for day and night Inspection of the packing houses and placed the responsibility for his mistake upon Senator Beverldge of Indiana He contemptuously dismissed Wadsworths sharp criticism ot the Insinuations he had made against the committee and then went on to give his views as to how the legislation should be perfected Sen ator Beverldge Issued a short state niant which was calculated to pull him out at the predicament Into which be hud been precipitated The outlook now Is that the meat Inspection amendment will be modi nld so as to overcome mad of tho objections of tho president and that there will be no sham In the low At the suggestion of Speaker Cannon Representative Adams of Wisconsin a member of the committee on agri culture had a conference with the president at which various modifica Ions to the committees bill were dis mussed and virtually agreed upon Ad urns sold at tho capitol that he had suggested most of the alterations but In his lotsr letter to Chairman Wads worth the president assumes most of tl o redft It Is a foregone conclusion that the court review provision of the committees bill will be expunged and lhaj other sections will be strength coed In a manner which It is thought should meet with the presidents apr proVal TO ESTABLISH MEMORIAL Committee of One Hundred Is Named In New York c New YorkTho committee of organlodailuraprlato national memorial to the completedTrqprupntativo list of men Identified w affairs with which MrBchurx was act rely In touch Jo tepli S Choate Is to servo as chair man Gttstave H Schwab as vice chair moo lease N Sellgraan as treasurer alli George McAneeny as secretary it- st the purpose of the committee in co operation with simitar committees in otltet cities to raise a fund part of whloh will go toward providing an ap propriate bronze memorial but the bulk of which It Is expected will serve OB a foundation for the promotion of Onq r more of the public causes to which Mr Schuss devoted his actlvl tlew CENTURY FLYER Train WreckNo One Killed Coach and Sleeper Sm sbelIBiiff lo N YTheCentury Flyer on the Lake Shore wust wrecked near Vfot Seneca two miles west of here The wreck was a iMitiiono and It is considered miracu lous that no one was Ulllod One tiny OCIol ant five sleepers were badly snraahod The wreck It Is believed woe caused by a split rail There worn G7 pasjenijera on the train All werbbadly shaken up and a tow wore sllghify bruleed I imnvHB QD ON TIGHT St Louis Policemen Stood Guard Over Suspected Places Sf Louts Uniformed police men stood guard over the bars in tho socalled lid clubs organizations formed It is claimed for the purpose of evading the Sunday saloon closing laws Alter several hours of surveillance tho majority of the managa ments offered to close and the police then transferred their sentry posts to the doorways It Is stated that no liquor was sold at the clubs Baseball Teams Arrested Brooklyn Sunday baseball playing by professional teams was resumed hero after the police had rondo five arrests In order that a test might be made In tho courts Those taken Into custody were President Eb bltts Manager Donovan and Pltchur Eason of the Brooklyn club Manager Hanlon and Pitcher Fraser ot the Cia chianti club- Notable Ascends Pikes Peak Colorado Springs ColTlme Maha rajah Gaekwar of Baroda India rnad tho ascent of Pikes Peak vIs- Ited tho garden of the gods and Chey tnno canyon and will go to Cripple Creek and visit the great mines In the Old camp Refuse To Pay London The deficit In the next budget at Toklo Is expected to reachI- voogOOO A majority of the foreign at Nagasaki rettiSe to pay the income tax and the German consul la supporting them I a J STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS BEHIND MARCUM Jett Says He Stole When He Shot Him Down Lexington Ky Juna 13 Sitting In an armchair coolly smoking a cigarette Curtis Jett serving n life sentence In the penitentiary told a story In Cynthlana which stamps him the nrrchasflassin of the world Without the slightest hesitation or the least whow of abashment Jett de tailed how he had crept up behind time young mountain lawyer James B Marcum in the Jackson court house and shot him In the back how he had lain In walt In the circuit court room In the Jackson court house for James Cockrlll nnd shot him down In the street how he had planned and con nived for weeks with the men for whose money he was working to take the lives of these and other men whom they desired put out of the way Jells confession was given to the press It covers 20 pages of foolscap paper Cynthlana Ky June 13A fight between Matt Sloan a convict and Sam Jett of Winchester occurred in the waiting room of the depot hero while the authorities wore walling to coil vey Jett to Jackson and Sloan to tho penitentiary at Frankfort Only for tho prompt Intervention of Chief of Police Hughes it Is thought there would have been bloodshed HARGIS CASES Transferred To Lee County and Will Be Heard July 2 Lexington Ky June IGG II Jou ctt of Winchester attorney for prose rcutlon In the case of Judge Jamos Hargls of Breathltt county charged with tho murder of James D Marcum said that he had subpoenaed witnesses and that trial would consume three weeks at least Trial begins July 2 at Boaltyvlllo Leo county tho case having been transferred there from Breathltt Officers loft Jackson for Owsloy county to arrest John Smith and John Abner who are in hiding In the mountains They are charged with firing shots that killed Dr Cox Smith Is said to have confessed that he and Abner killed Cox- ADMITTED TO BAIL 15000 Bond Given and Judge rlargls Released JaslEot Dr B D Cox was granted ball In the sum of 15000 at Jackson The bond was immediately furnished with Floyd and William Day and Alex Har ilils as sureties Hargls said I could take B J Ewen Mose Feltnor and Anso White and convict Jesus Christ of the murder of Abraham Lin coln for a paltry sum of money ASKED TO BE CANDIDATE Senator Joseph Blackburn Will Run For Governor Washington June 14 Senator Jo seph Blackburn one of the most pic turesque figures in national politics probably will be the next democratic candidate for governor of Kentucky He has received more than a thousand letters from Kentucky asking him to make the race I am not a candidate for any omce but my sense of obligation to the democracy of Kentucky Is such that there Is no nomination from governor down that I would not accept If my party thought that by ac cepting I could save the democracy from defeat RELIEVED OF TAXES By the DecisionoftheKentUcy Court of Appeals Covlngton Ky June 15By the do minion of the Kentucky court of appeals wherein it Is held that bonds for public works and municipal light and water works apd all other municipal works of necessity are exempt from state taxes this city Is relieved of taxeson over 1000000 of tangible property and franchises For the Defendant Covington Ky Juno 16In Judge HarbcsonB court the jury returned a verdict for the defendant in the caso of Emmett Brownfleld against the Ov rrman Schroeder Cordage Co The claim was for 1900 damaged because of Injuries Brownflold received In the cordage companys factory Primary In November IouUvllIo Ky June 1JThB dent ocratic state executive committee de gilded upon November C as the date for holding u primary election for all democratic stntto officers At the same time a democratic nominee for the United States senate to succeed Sen ator McCreary will be selected University Gets Money Lexington Ky June 16At the 107th annual comemncement of Ken lucky university Prof Walter White announced the college had met Apdrew i Carnegies 50000 offer for a new science hall and the Intention of ask Ing him for 10000 for a heating plant Eight Graduates Cynthlana Ky Juno 1GTl1erct wcreolght graduates at the conlluencnI t of the Idress t AFTER LONG YEARS The Name and Genius of Stephens Cob tins Foster Is Recognized Louisville Ky rune 14 While raia caused a postponement of the outdoor feature of the home coming week II was unable to affect the fervor of the greeting extended by Kentucky to her long absent sons and daughters nnd the exercises of welcome day which wero conducted In the armory were carried through In n manner lath brilliant and gratifying telly 10000 people being present Louisville Ky Juno ISArter long years the name and genius of Stephen Collins Foster has received a portion of the recognition that Is their meed For years his music has been suns by millions of people who never heard nor gave thought to the composers name but he came In some small measure Into his own and tho people of a great state whose name his gift of song has Immortalized rendered aa boat they could a fitting tribute to his memory and their best would have highly honored any man living or dead A part of the Kentucky Home Coming was set apart as Footer day Thousands of children headed by bands which continuously played Fosters music marched to tho hall where the model of the statue which is to be erected by their contributions was unveiled DANIEL BOONE DAY The Event Was One of the Greatest Ever Held In the South Louisville Ky June 16As one day was given over by the homo coming Jubilee to the memory ot Stephen C Foster so another was tor the greater part devoted to Daniel Boone The great florid parade whtcli was postponed because of Ute rain tilled the streets of tho business sea lion There were eight divisions la the parade throve of automobiles oat o one onehorse traps and tandems one to tallyhos and fourInuands one to pony carts and the last to the firs department The glorification of Dan let Boone came later In the day In Cherokee park There Wits a reunion of descendants of Daniel Boone about a dozen lineal descendants of tho great pioneer being present An hour later the statue of Boone modeled by Miss Enid Yandell bi oulsvllle and pre sented to the cl of Louisville by C C Blckell was unveiled Brecken ridge Castleman of Louisville made the presentation address for Mr Dick ell and the acceptance for time board of park commissioners was by Col Duratr REFUSES WRIT i Court of Appeals Hand Down Ds cillonIFrankfort Iy June HThe court or appeals banded down a decision Police Judge McCann ot Louisville refusing to grant a writ against to force him to retry the cases against saloonkeepers who violated the Sunday closing law but they held that Section 1303 of the Sunday closing law prohibiting the sale of liquor on Sunday is constitutional thus pre venting any front remaining open on Sunday The effect of fhut decision Is to make tho law operative In the future The court was evenly divided onrthe question ot granting the writ but unanimous In holding tho law con Btltutlonal FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR t Congressman South Trimble Has Announced His Candidacy Washington July IS Represent live South Trimble who has announce ell his candidacy for tho democratic t nomination for lieutenant governor Ol Kentucky says he will rot bo aligned with any faction or be upon any slate Mr Trimble baa served three terms In congress from tho Ashland district j and but recently declined to bo again a candidate Ho has been active as a member of the agriculture committee at the hearings on the Beverldge meats Inspection amendment to the agricut tural bill WOMEN PRAYED And Church Bolls Rang While Locat Option Piled Up a Majority Harrodsbtirg Ky June 1C Local option carried here by 303 majority 1heldsunrise prayer meeting to pray foriho local option cause while others prayed all day or remained on the streets to help tho cause Every church bell was rung continuously during voting hours When the result was announced the fire bells and whistles Joined In A big Jollification Is being held Wore a Little Hat Louisville Ky Juno IIJA nuda nogro wearing a Bilk hat and carrying a cane cakewalked along First street Ho created a panic among the women who had gathered to witness the floral parade In police court ho pleaded Intoxication and was fined 109 High Profession Buffalo June 160 O Lecompto of Eminence Ky at the New York state amateur shoot made high pro Mtlnnal with 43 out of 60 at 21 yards liner J A R Elliott of Kan sas City got aejepnd with Q 4ouVdIT6 l L ii r I I I I I I II I I I I III III I I I I I II I I II I I f I I I III I fI J rH Eastern Kentucky News j l ae eonnpodena pabasbed enlesa signed u tau by tee latter The name U not br pebllunon but a au avldeace of good faith Rdh pk m y 0000 rI11 n I I I I I I I I fl MADISON COUNTY WAITACKTON June 10Miss Emma Long has sprained her armMrs Andy Mnr ritlvho has been sick with consump tion for some time died on Mny 27 at her homo in Vallnceton She was a devoted Christian and joincxl the Baptist church early in life She lwayYS a hiiHbaud and one son The untira community extend their aym patty to themMrs Annie Pointer ritited Mrs Sam Eden Tuesday Yin Emma Long visited Mrs Mag gi Ranfroe of Cartersvillo recently MiM Lucy May han of London Ky tI1 evangelist who preached at Wale Iteeton last fall will hold a series of Miittings at Cartorsville beginning June 0 Everybody is cordially in Tiled to attenllC C McWhortor of Paint Lick died on Juno 3nnll was buried at Wallaces chapel Ho lures a wife and three children and a host of friends to mourn his loss Mrs Fannie Brockman was tho guest of her mother Mrs G B Gabbard lint Sunday liinam Pitts has sold his blacksmith shop in Wallaceton to- Jao Chastaen of Borea Miss Addie Baker has been visiting in Wall aceton lately Clay Conn and familywere j the guests of Bodie Day and family I rt utly Everybody take the Citi Izand keep posted on refined news e are HILL June HMrs Pete Carpenter is ou the sick list this weekMr and Urs Joe Lewis and Mr and Mrs 4 Jase Williams and family spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs Whit Lewis Mr Jim Lewis is very low at this nriting Mr Bill Pig and Polo Car penter have gone to Hamilton 0 Mrs Julia Green spent Monday Ttning with Mrs Pete Carpenter Jim Green visited his sister Mre and Mrs J H Wilson Sunday Mrs Jell Roberts and daughter of La Follette Tenn are visiting Mr and Mrs Jake Haley this week Mr Frank Elett Marshall of Laurel County passed through here today on his way to Richmond Mr Mor gan and Jim Flannery of Richmond went out on Horse Lick yesterday after a load of staves and returned todayMr and Mrs S C Carrier and little daughter Ada spent Mon day with their daughter Mrs Tom Winkler of Bear Wallow Mrs MrsiMrs Robert Richardson and baby yiiited Mrs Tom Richardson Satur day Richard Lucas attended meet fur at Mote Saturday night June lBHiram Elly wife and r family spent Sunday with Mr and Yrs S C Carrier and familyThe MfeseH Gracie and Hattie Roberts of Mote visited Miss Lucy Hayes Fri day night and SaturdayMiss Flora Green spent Sunday with Miss Mi- norca McKeehan Miss Lucy Hayes visited Mius Flora Green Saturday night Quite a number of people of this vicinity attended meeting at the Rid Lick church Sunday Reuben eabbard and family spent Sunday 1trlth Mr and Mrs J H Wilson n Julia C Green visited Mr and Yrs John Hawkins Saturday night r and Sunday and enjoyed her trip l very muchMrs R L Ambrose and little children and also Mrs Joe Eetcu spent Sunday with Mr and Mis S C Carrier 1IIGKURY PLAINS June 15Ur Grosvenor will bo ur Sunday schoolsuperintendent during this mouth Mr Grosvenor leas been our superintendent before 6 and we are all to have him with r huslhandPonders parents Mr and Mrs Dan Maupin over SaturdayMrs Will luith of Whites Station is expecting Ler sisters Mrs Jones from Illinois and Yrs Cole from Colorado this vteuk Lonnie Qilleu and sister Yrs Baker of Lexington are visit lag their mother Mrs Nannie Baker woekJim T Cornelison has purchased a new buggy Grace laaieland Sallie Bush worn tho guests of Maggie and Pearl Adams Tuesday night Hallie the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Maup in tf Whites Station is verysick with cholera infunlum Mrs Brank Johnson spent Thursday with her sister Mrs Eli Coruelison Jr IIAItTa- t June 1S0 M Payne of Dispu tanta was here visiting homefolks last weekSupt G M Ballard and wlfwof Mt Vernon visited J W Lake on Sunday evening Charlie Davis of Fox Town was here last vrYk on business T J Lake of Livingston visited home folks Satur lay and Sunday Jim Kelley ol Corbin stopped over to see his friend A C Hart Friday Richard Davis sold part of his Umber to the Saw lUlU Company for 3000The rain is putting tlltt farmers back a little w I in their corn although their crops I are not very weedy yet Sunday schoolat this place is getting along splendidly R L Richardson will move to Berea whore ho will continuo in the drygoods business Jamea Dougherty returned home for a few days rest and thenvent back to his work1Ve entertained Tuesday evening by Dalt Waddle Forest Dowduu and Bradley Lake rode over to Richmond Sunday morning on their wheels for a pleasure trip returning in tin evening Most everybody is glad because the locusts are about to stop squalling ROCKCASTLE COUNTY nocKFonn Juno 12Mr alai Mrs T M Ogg and Mr and Mrs Jim Vaughn visited relatives here last Saturday and Sunday Mr Bud Angliu of Climax has got to be one of Scaffold Canes regular visitors there must be something drawing him there Miss Recie Todd is visiting her grand mother Mrs Anderson near Paint LickMiss Mattie McGuire is visit ing relatives on Clear Creek this week Thero were several from this vicinity attending the Encampment at Berea this weekMr O M Payne and Mrs Abney of near Disputanta attended church at Fairview Sunday Arr Will Linvillo and family visit etl Mr and Mrs Spencer Abney Sunday JACKSON COUNTY SANtl GAP Juno iTho weather is very warm and pleasant Hauling tan bark and hoeing corn are tho chief occupations of the people Crops in this vicinity are looking promising Rev Wm Powell filled his regular appointment at Birch Lick Saturday and SundayAbout three hundred people attended church at Sand Gap last Sunday Mrs J R Durham is very ill Mrs Sophina Durham visited her last Thursday Mock or second Decoration was held ai Kerby Knob yesterday au unusually large congregation and a nice time is reported J G Durham left Saturday to visit Berea Lancaster Lexington and other important points In Kentucky James Moore of Grey Hawk and Birdgius Lunsford of McKee two more educators plan a similar trip The design of their touring is un knownB H Gabbard has quit drumming and gone into photog raphy Maggie Durham recently visited Bessie HurleyE E Dur ham visited friends at Wind Cave Saturday and Sunday EYEflOREE r June 5WiU Beck has bought his supply of corn from Ed LnkeJlm Lake has bought a fine horse for 75 Roy Drew is yarding staves for the Brock Company Jacob Lake went to Wildie Saturday on busi nl83J W Jones and Green Lake caught a raccoon Saturday Miss Hoosier Doese and Sallie Hellard visited friends near Evergreen Sun llayAl Culahau bought a fine sow from Frank Jones Hurrah for our Squire Hammonds ho says ho is going to make the rowdy boys crooked paths straight Cash Griffou anti Susie Dotson visited Mary J Roao Sunday Joe Smith visited Conuell Anuyx Jr recently Mr Frank Fields has almost his cottage at the Miller completedI KKU1IV KNOII I June ISLlttle Bessie Click was the guest of Nannie Williams Sun dnrAunt Pollie Baker who has been staying with her son at Big falllilyChaslHirt the rest of his family up to live here James Click went to Berea today after a load of goods for Mr Hjrt Mr Jones wife and two children went to look at their new home in Madison county last Saturday They expect to move there this fallA great many people from this vicinity attendedcommeucement at Berea Charlie Abrams was thrown from a mule on Sunday tho 10th inst and badly hurt receiving u dislocated hip and other injuries His recoverywas very doubtful for a few days but he is now improving quite faetMiss Minnie Jones has a new invalids chair which is a great help and com fort to her she went visiting in it last Friday Thomas Click nnd wife visited James Clicks family last Sun day Martha Johnson and Myrtle Click took dinner with Martha Click Sunday Murtha Johnson from KerbyKnobthe summer Tine Williams and Martha Durham were married Thurs day we wish them much joy and a happy life OARRARD COUNTY fUUTKIWILLK Juno 10tlov Lucy Mnyhano senlccRlilta am perfectly devoted to tho work of God Last Sunday there was tho largo audience that has ever been here at tho services in Carters Chapel People are coming to hear Miss May han from all points around and many are deeply In earnest about the salvation of their souls and bringing others to see the lightMrs henry Moore formerly of Paint Lick now n resident of South Dakota is visiting her sister Mrs R C Bowen of Woods ViowMr W M Clark of Paint Lick and Mrs J G were guests of Mrs R C BO Veu last FrldnvMrs J G Clark re ports good success In strawberry cul lure She has a patch of about thirty feet square from which she gathered forty gallons of line berries anti thorn are some green ones yet Mm Clark says Ladies make yourselves strawberry patches get out and pull exercise in tho fresh air stud see how good you feel and what n good living you can make for your selves anti family besides being healthy You were not made to kt eji shut up in the house iu the joyous springtime Mr nnd Mrs J Conn of Lancaster visited the latteru sister Mrs J B Carter Sunday Mrs Tillie Green and her hunbaud and Eva and Gertrude Merrynmn of Point Leaven were guests of Mrs J G Clark last Sunday Dan Gubbartl has a very sick chlldSnlll Davies is also sickJen Hawley died lost Tuesday andwas buried Wednesday- at Stringtowu burying ground He has been very low with consumption for a long tine He loaves a young wife and one child and many friends to mourn his lossMrs Chump Shoemato of Paint Lick is very sick She will go to Richmond next Tuesday to be cared for at the Infirmary Wheat harvest is now at hand and farmers will be desperately busy for a few days if they dont have too much rain Corn is growing flue Oats too are looking very wellGoal wishes for the Citizen OHIO NEWS HAMILTON Juno l1A splendid rain fell over Hamilton and vicinity last week which did wonderful good to growing crops Mrs Anse Front is on the sick list having been confined to her bed fur three weeks Mr and Mrs P M Reynolds and Mr and Mrs Joseph Carter loft last week for Berea Ky where they went to attend the College Commencement and tho G A R Encampment Willie P Reynolds has gone to Dtftroit Mich where he expects to work this summer According to Auditor Pabsts rev port Hamilton will have under the Vikin law 111 saloons against 107 under tho Dow law The thousand dollar tax will cause 50 saloons to close A like change will take place proportionately in other Ohio cities owing to the passage of the Aikin law While not always recognized an such there is perhaps no spot in Hamilton or iu immediate vicinity to fraught with historic interest as the west end of High street and the territory lying immediately to the south Here it was that on September 10 1701 Winthrop Sargent adjt of the army under command of General Arthur St Clair established fort Hamilton after which the city was named By the 30lh of that mouth tho south half of tho fort had boon completed and garisouud It was to Fort Hamilton that after the lefeat of General St Clair at Perry burg md ound reugeuanwith his opportu army lity to recuperate In Anthony Wayne was sent out from fort Washington now Cincinnati for his campaign against the Indians of FortIUamiltonthe fort was This fort was maintaineduntil April 17 1700 when tho treaty with the Miami In Hans was signed at Greenville 0 Then tho fort was abandoned and the supplies sold at public auction fort Hamilton played an important part in the early history of the Miami valley and was the most important point north of Fort Washington at Cincinnati After tho fort had boon established there soon came settlers who made the town which surroundedI the fort and later became the town- lof HamiltonWhile civilization has I wiped away practicallyevery vestige of those early days and a busy city lien over the ground whore pioneers fought their way through virgin for csts still tho people of this Butler county have determined to mark the place where the civilization of their territory began With a commend able spirit of patriotism through a special tax levy tho people of the county have contributed to the erec tion of a handsome monument which now occupies place at the west end of High street This monument which will havo cost completed not less then 75000 will be the tribute of nn appreciative people to thi sol diers sailors and pioneers of tho county This monument will bo 1111thatIt is now tho chapter house of tho DnughIterswhen the south half of Fort Hamilton was built it was the powder magazine of that fort When all else wits torn aldwellingwhich it stood passed into tho hands of O M Bake who gave tho old building to the D A It and thej I had it moved to the west end of High street north of tho entrance of the High and Main street bridge There it stands today the last vestige of the old fort Any one coming to Hamilton should not full to visit this historic pla- ceCommissiollors Sale I SATURDAY JUNE 30 1808 Between 1030 and 1130 a ui T II Collins Commissioner will pub licly sell the following tracts of laud First the old Hurt Place on Silver Creek and tho Scaffold Cano Piko about forty acres aril secondly the tract known as tho Dowdon Place of about eightyfive acres Torms The sale will bo made on credit of six and twelve mouths Further details will bo made known on date of sale WANTED Chestnut Cord Wood green or deadened in fivefoot lengths For particulars write to Big Stone Ex tract Works Cutlet Wise County Vo KEEP CLEAN and get your clothes cleaned and pressed by J C BURNAM The Wt End Berber Shop Phone 67 tOe a suit is all it will cost you Call at T J Moborleya and see the best lino of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY 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