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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 2- oll o rolololoeolololololoie 0 S BEREA PUBLISHING CO iE ALERT COOKPIID Manage- ro o EnltmlatthtlottGfflftntl1rr iXuiuteean i j- a dais mail ratur 0- o oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo I VOL yurtFivoCent n Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 28 1000 Ono Dollar n Year NO2 i WEATHER REPORT Mr Flnnoryn report ot weather observations from Monday Jutio 18 to Sunday Juno 24 gives tho fol lowing figures 111 Itnlnfnll nlaNt l iwmt IN Inrlii Momlar 10 B7 011 Tuedy a9II1Yhlnelny 7U 6t 112 ThurMUy 78 at 01 FrliUr B1 Ol 7- 11NlunnyblUI 211 Wuiulnr t60Av- rgeel 00 Tnlnl103 Much damage throughout tho fitali by lightning nod wind AT TIIK TOP OK TUB IIOAIt ft Clot Button Gfirng i MtCtnrr1 trjuljr- Hut lord the MM my holder Mill in- tlronc I bave Lees used lo Lear the load m lon- gAndseelhehUlbpasclandamonthlhetoad Yet MlJ the yield me now thy trail Gently he took It from hr anti he ilonl birclonlllmtwil awi lithe newf unJ midlen 11001 Amid Ion I field trouiwl them prmg A lender Snore and lilnU nut riven wag hlylurd she Hid she laml la very faIr r Simlliif he nnwrred Was It ndu IbenT That f In her voice nonderlnx nunlldn Ujr Wu I not aiwya here then Ia to lay r fdrtflernamf1Knora Ny the re tiled but this I wndertund That thou lit Lord of lift In Ihlt dear Undl- Ye child Ac murmured Karre above hi breath Lord of the land but men hero named mi Death TAKE NOTICE President Frost will take advan tago of tho moonlight to givo R number of addresses an follows Blue Lick Church Hotiflo Saturday night Juno 30 Slnto Lick Springs Sunday July I nt 2 n m lied Lick Church House Monday night July 2 Benvci PondSchool llonnu Tuesday night July 3 Wagprnvillo Entill county Wednesday night Julys Thoro will Ixi preaching at the Parish House next Sunday night al 715 Prior to that tho young folks of tho Christian Endeavor Society will have their meeting at 030 IN KENTUCKY Throo tutoronting scones of law enforcement In Kentucky are now on tho stage In our little neighbor city of Richmond Mayor Woods unit vetoed nil gract of saloon license for tho coming year Richmond hait eleven saloons which Is eleven too many for a town of Its sire but the mayor bait not planned to male the town dry morely by tho use of lift veto Ho only intends to compel this nnlooua mako a littlo bettor attempt to keep tho law Tho law puhUh6omo Richmond newspaper for at IwiBt five days previous to the moot- Ing of the council which is to con RppllcaUonltdays Ixtforu such oon idoratlon and when Honnom nro granted to July a 11000 llnmKo tea for ono yoar in ftdvanen Tho two firstnamed pro viaiona of tho law havo boon Ignored anti tho council hat Toted to allow tho saloons to pay their lioenno foes in Installments of 100 per month Instead of all down at once Wo congratulate the city on paring n mayor who hat respect for tho laws sworu to on force and hope that tho council anti citizens will eland by him Saloons never troop the laws cud seldom make n pro tense of keeping thou However it la splendid practice for atfy executive officer to try tho laws on them oc CM Ion al1y In Louisville two apparently con trary movements for law enforcement aru taking place for both of which wo havo sympathy Tho mayor Is Looping tho lid on tho saloons on Sunday no tightly that tho sulphur ous breath ot their keepers can hard ly oBcapo from their devils broth elrlolIiollthe governor of tho state and is car mayorButJ Hoffman is not content with on forcing tho law ngalnstsaloonkecpcra but is fining druggists and oJ lOUt who sell things on Sunday which are not necessary lift action seems to bo generally regarded tut nn attempt to mako tho law odious This judg stoat may or may not bo correct but wo are glad to BOO him enforcing tho law nevertheless It is demoralizing to citizensaud especially to executive officers to have laws on tho statute book and mako no attempt to enforce lUoHi If the law is now too general in its scope pot it bo enforced until the people realize what it ought to be thn lot it l o changed It In- TUIiiaioI Ult a movement 111 trendy ofl foot IB Frankfort to chaugo the provisions of the Sundayelo lug law to moot tUo need of the case Wo 1 would lib to whisper something very low howovori It would bo n good thing for druggists also if they could go to church and wo do not think the doalhrnto would increase or the Jails bo fuller if sodawater cigars awl stamps wore not sold on gawky 1 Brooks Ida J UnnG THE CITizENoeoeoeoeolololoeololololos DO YOU LOVE YOUR CHILDREN- If not then dont tike much interest in the school But if you do love them wouldnt you give them enough to eat if you had it To feed the minds of your children is just as important ycs more sOthan to feed their bodies Schools ought to begin PROMPTLY NEXT WEEK More children will go in July than in December We shall have things to say to teachers and children later Now w want to speak to School Trustees and Parents TRUSTEES have three very important dutiesthey arc more important than getting in the crops on time First they should hire the BEST POSSIBLE TEACHERS fo the schools under their care No favoriteism no careless ness no delay I Secondly they should provide the mos COMFORTABLE SCHOOL HOUSES possible The children cannot half study when the rain is leaking through the roof on to them in summer or when their feet are freezing in winter One girl who studied in Berea this year FROZE HER FEET IN THE SCHOOLROOM whin teaching last winter Thirdly they should see that school begins as early as possible in July Every days feeding is important in fattening stock Every days learning is more important in educating children PARENTS have two special tasks to make the most of the school First they should see that all children of school age ATTEND REGULARLY Dont let one of them miss half a day unless for sickness One days absence may put the child back a week in his books Secondly STAND BY THE TEACHER Of course the teacher is not perfect hut he knows more about what the child needs than the child does or than you do But he must have loyalty and obedience if he is to do his best work Th church and the school arc the most important institutions in the United States Make them better and you make the country better Practical Arithmetic for I the Rural Schools I oIn treating this subject I hope to discuss few of tho most essential principles of arithmetic and what I have found to bo the best methods ofi priMentiug the subject to n class such Mono will meet in the rural schools I fool it my duty to share with those who havo perhaps hail poorer opportunity tho results of my study anti experience for I have scon many earnest teachers blundering through their work because they have never boon able to profit by tho experience of others- A teacher should have an object definitely in view when ho teaches nnd n well formed plan by which he expects to work it out Ho should- not risk guess work In n place whore tho character of untold numbers is a stake Tho chief thing is to realize when teaching arithmetic that ones duty is to give knowledge which will bo ot use in tho ordinary affairs of bush ness to give mental discipline which will result in ponor to meet and solve tho various problems of life to giro refinement of character through n do Biro for neatness accuracy and order With these words of introduction wo may well turn our thought to tho question of greatest importance TEACHING FUNDAMENTAL IDEAS AND OPERATIONS- Tho idea of number Is perhaps one of the inherited notions at least it Is developed nt so early nn age that when tho teacher first meets tho pupil ho flails quite an amount of arithmetical knowledge awaiting him Tho child knows ono many nUll n part and this is no small part of what tho wisest know Tho teachers work is to add to this knowledge and to guide its growth in tho right way In tho first year do not make tho common mistake of thinking you havo done your whoa you have drilled the children in counting n hundred forward backward by ones by twos If you do you havo missed the groat purpose of your work which is to develop tho power to carry out mentally and to express well orally or in writing simple arithmetical solutions In doing this remember that tho child knows nothing of abstract num born You must bo concrete if you would bo understood In the first six mouths aim to teach first the various operations up to 12 including of course tho fractions i J anti 10 since tho fractional Mea and division are tho same RUlIRhouhI bo taught together Second the use of the four fundamental signs Third the use of tho equation Fourth tho writing of simple numbers possibly to 100 To make tho work concrete send your children out to got a certain number of gravel stones acorns sticks or any simple thing Give each ono n small box a pill box if you can nail havo him keep his things to count and play with In class have each ono say with you o g Two stones and three stones make five stones and at tho same timo put thorn together Vary this with small numbers and then toll them that you can say the samo thing on tho board Write tho equation 2 stones + 3 stones = 5 stones explaining tmcli part with great cure and using it for n writing on tho board or nt their seats Later using the stones have them say and do nt tho same time Six stones less two stones loaves four stones And from that give them tho equation 0 stones2 stones = 4 stones In multiplication express the sign as times rather than multiplied by tlIIIAS times 4 stones = 12 stones showing carefully that this is merely nn addition Bring them to son division by asking each ono to put his twelve stones in two piles of tho same size and later in throe In four nnd in six Ex pros this operation path orally and on tho board as 1or 12 stones of 12 stones etc AS the term goes on vary tho exorcise by making the concrete term 8 boys oto as now words nro added to th6 childs written vocabulary Now ns n lost caution do not push tho class too fast do not lot them bo careless in their written work do noiget careless yourself do not fail to use signs nnd the equntional form of statement do not forget to mako nil terns cdncreto by putting tho namo in the equation nail leaving the children do tho same By working in this WilY you train your pupils to think to analyze nnd to state tho steps ot their analysis in n clear and neat form throe things which directly mako character The result is wen worth tho effort CONTINUED NUT WEEK J 0 t r Ir eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo o Eighth Kentucky o eea Thrilling Story of tlin Inrt till flnl eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe CHAPTER VIII 182elabor accumulated n largo supply of quartermaster stores and put tho re organized Army of tho Cumberland in jho best possible trim Ho did earlyrin motion on tho several roads lead loutstcamp were loft behind in charge of convales cents Every soldier and officer in light marching order moved on through tho incessant rain which before night thoroughly soaked their courageeropy man was powder dry On that dark rainy night I camp up with tho Eighth bivouacked in tho cedars north of LnvorgnoA previous Captains Powell Company 13 and Wilson Company C with Lieutenants Gumm and HoDaniel Company I had been granted permission and had returned lo Kentucky on leave of absence nnd Captains Jamison Company D and Wilbourn Company H Lieutenant Neal wero loft sick at Nashville This reduced our lino officers considerably and Company D having no commissioned ont Colonel May now in com ineof company other companies were commanded as follows Company A Second Lieutenant Company B Second Lieutenant Joseph Blackwell Company CFirst Lieutenant Wm Park Company ECaptain Robert B Ilickmnn Company P Captain John B Ban tonCompany GCaptain Landrum C Minter Company IIFirst Lieutenant Wade B Cox- Company I Lieutenant Now ton Hughes Company ICaptain Henry Thomas Skirmishing commenced nt early down tho 27th and increased into a sharp bnttlo As we advanced on oclockourshellitsoout after ns our brigade passed through tho majority of tho houses wore in smoking ruins Tho enemy gave way and fell back across Stewarts Crook within ten mUM of Murfrees boro Near dark wo bivouacked in tho cedars just north of Stewarts Creek The Eighth Kentucky did not have limo to Kindle their fires bo fore wo were ordered on picket one half tho command on tho lino at n timo The rain haul been pouring down nil tho afternoon and our clothing which was wet to tho skin felt anything but comfortable to n supperloss man Wo wore not disturbed by the onomy throughout this disagreeable night which at last gave to n bright pleasant morning Being Sunday our good Catholic general did not move his army and all of us who were not detailed for forage and picket duty hnd n quiet restThe rebel pickets though in easy hailing distance of ours kept very quiet and in some instances relaxed their sullenness enough to indulge inn friendly chat with our pickets This privates armistice resulted in a squad from each belligerent army laying iown their arms and advancing to tho creek Thus separated by tho stream tho following conversation ensued RebelWbat command does you ens belong to Federal Tho Third Brigade RcbolWho commands that ar brigade Federal Colonel Matthews What is your command RebolWe ar Wheelers nn I believe youens are the fellers wo fit nt Dobbins Forry Federal You bet wo are What did you think of it- sRebelDaraoti good marksmen- but whar yor fellers to go tor FooornlTo Murfreosboro ft Re1lo1Welloueos 11 find that ar n mighty bloody job she After an exchange of newspapers thrown over by attaching to them a stone each party retired to their posts TO BE CONTINUED Parties desiring to rent sowing machines for n month or more Can get some nt R H Chrismans Fur niture store I I i 00000000000000 1 t A Man May Earn A princely salaryhe may command the highest wages of his tradehe may do a nice thriving busi ness in farming stockraising or merchandising yet if he spends all his money he is a desperately poor man He will remain in poverty until he begins to bank a little of his earnings and create a surplus fund for the day of adversity and to provide for the unproductive years of advanced age You know this to be true Are you still saying Next week I will begin to put away a little money NOW IS THE TIME Every day counts We want you to open your bank account here and it matters not how little you start it with We will give you a bank book and a supply of checks We offer you Absolute SAFETY and appreciate your patronage I CAPITAL 2500000 Berea Banking Co J J MOORE Pros W H PORTER Cashier + amorororororotoroeorororor ouKotRoiKobolokoltotto KoltouKa R- ox 0- i Why You Should Subscribe o C CITIZENo Ir xo p o Because it will please your wife ai to Because it will help you keep up with your neighbors c Because it gives the news from Eastern Kentucky o Because it tells the truth o 0BecauseBecause every number is worth a years subscription x xoteachero x Because it contains nothing harmful 0 1 oBecause it is published for the public good a 1ocos o- eo 0- c c The BEREA PUBLISHING CO i- c co 0 E A COOK EDITOR AND MANAGER o coo o o o o o to oilotokolto o otto oko7toitotlo7to oko5loiotol e- noroKakokokor ortororokor oko uKoKa3okoultoKortottoa oetokokoKo x o c BATTLING FOR 0 0oi YOUR TRADE ic0 O w z I Best German Millet Seed Growno 7t- o 0 t X o 90 c C r0- o 0- o c0- o Bushelo 0- O 1 cMi oo C- It 0- o t x- g o I A P SETTLE Jr I It 0- o c0 oo i x Jao r6 oJC01t01eOItOJCOMOJC1t01e01tOoJCo1eoJCo IiI JCJCO i 1U k a r I I = cc I Under the Red Robe By STANLEY J WEYMAN rWOr nidRrn46retacNrlrrmo CHAPTEU XIII ST MAnTIN8 EVE It wax late evening on the last day tnit one of November when 1 rode into Paris through the Orleans gate The wind was In the northeast and a great cloud of vapor hung la tho eye of an angry sunset The air seemed to be full of wood smoke tho Kennels crakcd my gorge rose at the citys Etacll and with all my heart I en vied the man who had gone out of tt by tho same gale nearly two months before with bts face to the south and the prospect of riding day after day acrowr heath and moor and pasture At least he had had otno weeks of life before him and freedom and the orcn air and hope and uncertainty wIllie I came back under doom and in the pall of smoko that hung overuse huddle of Innumerable roofs saw a gloomy shadowing of my own fate For make no mistake A man In middle tile does not strip himself of the worldly habit with which expe rience has clothed him does not run nnnter to all the cynical saws and instances by which ho has governed fits course so long without shivering find doubts and horrible misgivings and struggles of heart At least a dozen times between the Loire and Parts I naked myself what honor was and wbat good It would do mo when 1 lay rotting and forgotten If I wan not a fool following a Jacko lantborn and whether of all the men In the world the relentless man to whom I was returning would not be the first to gibe at my folly However shame kept mo straight chime and the memory of mademoi selles looks and word I dared note false to her again 1 could not af ter speaking to loftily tall so low And therefore though not without mart a secret struggle and quaking I came on this last evening but ono of November to the Orleans gate and rode slowly and sadly through the streets by the Luxembourg on my way to the Pont au Change Tho struggle had sapped my last utrengtli however and with the first whirr of the gutters the first rush of barefooted gamins under my horses hoots the first babel of street cries the first breath in a word of Paris tUore came a new temptation to go for one last night te Zauns to eo the tables again and the faces of sur prise to be for an hour or two The old DoraulL That could be no broah oC honor for in any case I could not reach tho cardinal before tomor row And It could do DO harm It could make no change in anything It would not have been a thing worth etrtiggllng about only I land In my Inmost heart unpclon that the stout rat resolutions might lose their force In that atmosphere that even such a talisman as the memory of a worn Iris looks and words might lose Its virtue there StUll think I should have succumbed In the end If 1 had not re ceived at the corner 7 f tho Luxcni OTJYJT a shock which eobcrcdmeeireel Anally Jut I passed the gate a coach followed by twp outriders swept out of the pal6cn courtyard it was going at a great pace and 1 reined J11Y Jaded horse on one side to give It room As It whirled by me ore of tho leather curtains napped back and 1 saw for a second by tho waning light the near er wheels wore no more than two feet from my oortn face Inside A face and no more that only for s second lint It froze me It was rUchelleunlhj cardinals but not ua I had Ucn wont to see it keen cold acute with Intellect and indomitable will in every feature This face was ofctorted with rage oad Impatience with the fever of haste and lliefear of death The eyes burned under the palufbrowi the mustache bristled the teeth showed through the beard 1 rwatd fancy the man crying Faster Taster and gnawing his nails in tho Impatience of passion and I shrank bock as if I had been struck The next moment the galloping outriders splashed me the coach was a hundred paces ahead and I wps left chilled and wondering foreseeing the worst and no longer In any mood for the gam instable Such a revelation of such a man was enough to appall me Conscience tried out that he must have heard that Cochefqret had escaped and through mel But I dismissed the Idea as soon as formed In thu vast meshes of the cardinals schemes Cocheforet could be only a small fish and to ac count for the face In the coach I sealed a cataclysm a catastrophe a jrUfortune as far above ordinary mis flaps us this mans Intellect rose above the common run of minds It was almost dark when I crossed Inn bridges and crept despondently to the Rue Saronnerie After tabling B y bursa I took my bag and holsters and climbing the stairs to ray old land lorvtkthe place scorned to havo aron strangely mean and small and BZ smelting in my absence I knocked ct the door It was opened by the tttLto tailor Wnielf who threw up- i his arms at the sight of tns By st Gcncylcvel he said It It Is not hide Btraull No other 1 said It touched mo a little alter my lonely Journey to find him so Kind to sea mo though I had sometimes to unbend to him and bore row his money You look surprised little man 1 continued as he made way for me to entor Itt be sworn oa have been pawning tny goods and letting my room you knave Never your excellency ha an swered booming on ma On tho con trary I have liNn expecting you How I wild Today r Today or tomorrow ho an lowered following mo In and dosing the door The first thing I said when I heard the news this morning was Now we shall have M dc Bcrault back again Your excellency will pardon the children ho continued as I took the old seat on the threelogged stool be fore tho hearth The night Is eoillI and there Is no fire In your room While ho ran to and fro with my cloak and hag little Gil to whom I Iran stood at St Sulplecs borrowing ton crowns the same day I remem ber camo shyly to play with my swordhilt So you expected me back whon you heard tho news Frill on did you I sold taking the lad on my knee To bo sure your cxcollnncy he answered peeping Into the black pot before ho lifted ft to the hook Very good Then now lot us hear what the news was I said dryly or the cardinal M de Borault Ah And what Ho looked at me holding the heavy pot suspended In his arms You have not heard he exclaimed his Jaw fallingNot a tittle Fell It me my good fellow You have not heard that Ills Emlnonco In disgraced 1 stared at him Not a word 1 said Ho set Jown tho pot Your excel honey must tyivo rondo a very long Journey Indeed then ho sold with conviction For It has been In the air a week jor more and I thought It had brought you hACk A week A month I dare say They whisper that It Is the old Queens doing At any rate It H certain that they hove cinoollcd his commissions and displaced Ills officers There arc rumors of Immediate ponco with Spain Ills enemies arc lifting up their heads and 1 hear that be hen relays of horses set nU the way to the coast that be may fly at any moment For what I know he may be gone al readyBut man I snldtbo king I You forgot the king Let the cardinal once pipe to him and he will dance And they will dance too I added grimly Ye Prison answered eagerly True your excellency but the king will nut see him Three times today as I am tcld the cardinal has driven to the Luxembourg and tlcod like any common man In the antechamber M that 1 hoar It was pitiful to see him But Wa Majesty would not admit him And when he went away the last time I am told that his face was like death Well be was a great man nnd WOJ may be worse ruled M de Berault saving your presence It the nobles did not like him be WOK good to the traders and the bourgeoisie and equal to nil Silence man Silence and let me think 1 said much excited And while be bustled to and fro getting my supper and the firelight played about tho snUg sorry little room and tho child toyed with his plaything I roll to digesting this great news and pon dering how 1 stood now and what I ought to do At first sight I know- It seemed that I had nothing to do but sit still In a few hours the man who hold my bond would be powerless and I should bo free In a few hours 1 might smile at him To all appear ance tho dice had fallen well for me I bad done a great thing run a Great risk won a woman love and after all was not to pay the penalty But a word which fell from Frison as bo fluttered round me pouring out the broth and cutting the bread drop ped into my mind and spoiled my sat isfaction Yes your excellency be exclaimed confirming something lie had sold before and wblcb I had missed and I am told that the last time he camo into the gallery here was not a man of all the scores who attended his levee last Monday would speak to him They fell off like rats Just like ratsuntil he was left stand all alone And I have seen him FrTson llfted up his eyes and his hands and drew In his breath Ah I have seen tho king look shabby beside him And his eye 1 would not like to meet It now Pish I growled Some one has fooled you Men are wiser than that So Well your excellency under stands But there are no cats on n cold hearth I told him again that he was a fool But withal I felt uncomfortable This was a great man 1C ever a great man lived and they were nil leaving him and lwell I had n cause to love him But I had taken his money I had accepted his commission and I bad betrayed him Those three things boo lug ko If he fell betorei could with tbo best will In the world net myself right with him so much the better for me That was my gain the fortune of war But If I lay hid and took tlmo for my ally and being hero while ho stood still though tottering waited until ho fell what of my honor then What of tho grand words I had said to mademoiselle at Agen I should be like the recreant In the old romance who lying In the ditch while the battle raged camo out afterwards and boast cd ftt his courage And yet the flesh win weak A day 2i hours two days might make the difference between lit and death At last I settled what I would do At nova the next day the time at which I should have prcsontU myself if 1 bad not heard this news at that time I would still present myself Not earlier I owed myself the chanco hint later that was due to him Having KO allied It I thoupht to rest In peace But with the firm light I was awake and it was all I could do to Keep myself quiet until 1 hoard Prison stirring I called to him then to know It there wits nilnews and sty waiting and listening whllo ho wont down to the street to learn It seemed an endless tlmo before ho came back an ago after he came back before ho spoke Wall ho has not set off I cried at last unable to control my eagerness- Of course ho had not At nine J clock t sent Prison out again and at ten nnd at eleven always With the sarno result I was like a man wait lug and looking tind above all listen ing for a reprieve and as slok as any craven But when he came bask nt eleven I gave up hopo and dressed myself carefully I suppose I still had an odd look however for Prison stop ped mo at Iho door and asked mo with evident alarm whither wan go IngI put tbo little man aside gently To the tables 1 said To make n big throw my friend It was a fine morning sunny keen pleasant Even the streets smelted fresh But I scarcely noticed It All my thoughts wore where I was going It seemed but a step from my three hold to the Hotel RIchollcif I was no sooner none from the one than t found myself at the other AH on tho memorable evening when I had crossed tho street In a drlisllng rain and looked that way with foreboding there were two or throe guards In tho cardinals livery loitering biforn the gates nut tiiU WIN not all Coming nearer I found the opposite pavement under the Louvre thronged with peo ple not moving about their business but standing nil silent all looking AOrollll furtively nil with the air of persons who wished trt be thought pawtlns by Their silence and their keen looks bad In some way an air of menace Looking back after I had turned In towards tbo gates I found them devouring mo with their eyesCertainly they had little else to look at In tho courtyard whore some mornings whoa tho qpurt was In Paris 1 had aeon a score of coaches waiting and thrice as many servants were now emptiness and sunshine and tlllnew The officer who stood twisting hU rauslachrs on guard looked at mo In wonder as I passed The lackeys lounging In the portico and all too much taken up with whispering to make a pretense of being of service grinned at my appearance But that which happened when I had mounted the stairs and come to the door of the antecbamber outdid all Tile man on guard there would have opened the door but when I went to take ad vantage of the offer and enter a majordomo who was standing near muttering with two or three of hS kind hastened forward and toprxtd me Your business Monsieur if you pleaaer he said taqulnltlvely And I wondered why the others looked nt me so strangely- I am M do Boratill I answered sharply I have the entree Ho bowed politely enmigh Yea M do Borault I have the honor to know your face he said Hut par don roe Have you business with ills EminenceI the common business I answered bluntly by which many of tin live slrrahto wait on him Dutby appointment Monsieur he persisted No I said astonished It Is the usual hour For the mailer of that howorcr I have business with blm1 Tho man looked at mo for linin ment In apparent embarrassment Then to stood reluctantly aside and signed to the doorkeeper to open the door I pascd In uncovering with an assured face ready to noel all eyes Then In a moment on the threshold the mystery was explained The room was empty- CIUPTER ocry 8T MARTINS SUMMER Yes at the great cardinals levee I was the only client I stared round the room n long narrow gallery through which It was his custom to walk every morning alter receiving his more Important vlxltors I stared f say round this room In a state of stupefaction The seats against either wall were empty the recedes of the windows empty too The hat sculp tured end pointed here and there the staring n the blazoned arms looked down on a vacant floor Only on a little stool by tho main door sat a quietfaced man In blerk who read Ir pretended to read In a little book and never looked up One of those men blind deaf sccrctfre who fatten In the shadow of the great At length while I stood confounded and full of shamed thought for I had seen the antechamber of Richelieus old hotel so crowded that he could riot walk through itthis man closed his hook rose nnd came noiselessly to wards me M At Bcrault tOOhe said Yes I answered hits Eminence awaits you Be good enough to follow me thanIknow that I was hero How could behave knowt when bo gave the order But I had Bhnt tlmo to think of these things We passed through two rooms In one of which borne secretaries were writing we slopped ata third door Over all brooded a silence which could bo felt The usher knocked opened and with his finger on his lip pushed aside a curtain and signed to me to enter I did ro and found myself standing behind a screen fIrs that M do Berault asked a thin highpitched voice MonKelgncur I itunmd ITf come my friend and talk to me I went round tho icrccr and I know not how It wni the watching crowd outside the vacant antechamber In which I had stood the stlllnoMall seemed concentrated hare andgare to the man I SAW before mo ft dlsrltj which ho had never possessed for ran when the world passed through his floors and the proudest fawned on him for a smile Ho sat In a great chair on the farther side of the hearth n tlltlo red Bkullenp on his head hit fine hftvdft lying motionless In his lap The collar of fawn which fell over his red rape was quite plain but tho skirts of his red robe were covered with rich lace and the order of the Holy Ghost shone on his brotut Among tho mill I titudinous papers on the great table neat him 1 aw n sword and pistols lying and some tapestry that a llttlo table behind him roverldI hide a pair of spurred riding But hIn spite of these signs of trou blelooked towards mo as I advanced with n faro mild find almost bonlgr a face In which I strove In vain to find traces of last nights passion So thntI It flashed across me that It this really nlood nnd afterward I knew he lUllon the thin razoredge between I life and death between tho supreme of earthly power lord of France nnd arbiter of Europe nnd the nothing noM of the clod ho Justified his tame Ho gave weaker nature no room fee triumph The thought was no sooner enter tamed than It was mono And so you are back at last M de Bernnlt he said gently I have been expecting to see you since nine this morning Your Rralnaaco knew OtenItertltTlaat returned to Part by hiIIftnllrawith laertttabJe oyes Yes I knew allthat lat niflbt And now of your mhwlon You have been faithful and dlllgtut I ant sure Whore It leer Te Be Continued DARWIN AS A HUSBAND Ills Loyaltr Shown In an lilnqarm- tTrlbuteta reel Wife lug UbIAll his life long Darwin thought of others before he thought of himself Ills nature was affectionate IaIYouthsperfect character by his own comes los he was vain paaalonate and oven quarrelsome as a lad But his heart was Large and Wad Gentleness was characteristic of him always lie was a true friend a loyal lover and husband and a roost loving father Many years after his marriage In a document written for his children Darwin paid his wife a sweet and man ly tribute You all know your mother he wrote and what a good mother eke has ever been to all a you SlIt has ben ny greatest blessing and I OQDI declare that In may whole lire 1 never beard her utter one word 1 would rather have been unsold She hot never failed In kindest sympathy toward me and lifts borne wttb tho utmost pl1 tltMW my frequent complaints of health and discomfort J I do not believe she has over tnlucJ an opportunity of doing a kind notion to any one near her I marvel at my- good fortune that she so Infinitely my superior In every moral quality con sented to be my wife She has been my wise adviser and cheerful comforter throughout life which without her would have been during a very long period a miserable one from III health She has earned the love of every scar near her tier dlothertn Law Recently at ono of the largo hotels In Liverpool several enthusiastic students of old coins were conversing on their favorite subject After dlscusaJnjj the value of certain coins for some time an old follow In the corner of the room said he had a coin which I bore the Image of the queens mother Inlaw The company wouldnt believe It but the old man persisted and said he would wager 125 that ho could prove It- Done I exclaimed one of them and the money was staked I The old man then handed a ttia over for their inspection Why they shouted this C only an ordinary penny thlhealfairly won Rebobolb Sunday Herald Dnuitliters In Mne A navalumter told of tho trials etc a colleague In marrying ophis many daughters In the samo ramify was a son an observant lad of 10 years To ward the close of tbe winter the officer Informed his son that ho was going to lose slater Ethel who was engaged to wed a young lieutenant Im sorry to hear that dad said tbe youngster because Ira awfully fond of Ethel Still well have Alice and Eva and Maud and Susie wont we Then after a moments reflection ho added By tbe way dad this arrangement will advance Alice a number wont it Cnlchlnr- Slster Now as a medical student Arty do you think that ono Is likely to catch something from being kissed 1 Brother Why yes Perhaps not i seasoned colonel or a fullfledged cap talu but a green young preacher prop ably Angy Philadelphia Pm Alai Eljtlfc a rutitwr if frnnh STraturit By MRS HARk IIASTINGS New York Club Womin end Member of Womn Plies Circle nNY normalchildphysically anil mentally can be trained to accomplish the work that would seem only p6ssiblc to a genius Placed in good environments and properly trained thtInormal child will do whnt we expect only of unusually gift cd onesEnvironment and proper training have far grcaleHn flucncc than heredity I rounder a weak heredity a very Alight handicap if intelligence is used in trainlngthe cltlld I quite agree with Burbank that we could product a finer t tviLIiI I for after all the child itself is an intelligent factor in and can at a very early ago bccniuo ho has a will power of his own seek associations or have them thrust upon him that parents cannot control that the years of childhood should be economically Itonldncd in these dove particularly when life U such close comptti tion and the best possible for the child should be done in those years so that the day of entrance inti the actual work of life should not be so long postponed as it now is It U an absolute waste of our short lives and a loss to the community that so many healthy hoys and Jimjare not even ready to enter upon their professions at Y ami young men are actually not sH ipporting factors till nearly 30 It Is a great economic waste I maintain in conclusion that if a chlhl is properly trained he can and will shoulder the dfeUvl dft 1Kb and per cslmIinunfty AtttrlirUt5 lTl11tl itsrnua Amerini By RABBI CHARLES fLEISCIIER For I Ihtok we Bought to we our country bffbnfvistting others That prote is gives a propci gee graphical self reIfd if I put it that way Anti it furnitlMt the potiblc A JrricnIlabroad a basis for cont parison It Jive the American n solid tests fro Wtrioilsm My Country Tit of Titer takes on new meaning geographical as weH U historical after chan experience It gives an American some idea df the boundless and undeveloped resources of his land 1 imagine that every opponent of immigration lo America wotibt grow more hospitable to wouldbe immigrants if he could catch the con tagion of inchuimies which our continent exhales To me as an American it teems decirabfe that every leNow Amer lean to whom this is aisit n po ibflity should discover Atirerien for himself in order that marry of we may have an adequate coticep tion of the meaning of this our physical country wltiob with its vatic theI I I Atlantic seaboard and fund ourselves aboard Atlantis liners I Of course America cannot u yet vie with1tiropc in treasure of art and places of historic interest Undreamed of artistic achievement lies before us and history we shall doubtless mIte aplenty Toward all of which a knowledge of our land will be hrlplul promoting all oflourBut scenically America =the landof a thuutand possibilities is complete Mountain and plain and desert and river and sea in their infinite variety of mood and beauty of combination are pore to be seen and enjoyed by the lover of whatever phase of lovely protean Mother Nature So the American ought lest of all know and tintS rationally to love bit homeland Thai being my CQlwictioqIbased upon benefits received and privileges enjoyed I liavovoww to spy whentver I cotild to my fellow Americans who may bo able to go and do likewise Discover Amer iClIant live more happily and patri otically ever after I rr Cottserbing Influence of Christian Cljurdj By VIC PRESIDENT CW FAIRBANKS one one may in in in to 1 Itionsthough they were framed by nteowith the wisdom of Solo mon cm establish lUll maintain equality and absolute justice among men We must tookIto the persuasive pow er and influence of the Christian church to bring them to a complete I realization of their true relationship to each other to their primary CohenRulet The Christian church is doing much for peace everywhere z much fur the preservation of good Order among the nations of the earthiWe arc spending millions upon millions to keep our armies atidnrt vies abreast of our national heeds We arc spending sumsamitially which would impoverish many governments in to vindi requiroButagency for the preservation of international peace than the strongest military and naval forces of time most powerful governments upon this earth The church demands that the cruel Sac nfice of life and property by war shall cease It sists that the methods of adjusting diff tcnc inItween nations shall he an Improvement upon the method of composing disputes between barbarous peoples The church stands with intciligcnti firm ness for the determination of international ques tions in the tribunal of reason Ic believes in the potency of ttiqral suasion It believes more in the efficiency of debate in time supreipechan1ber tyhore justice presides titan in o Vh CbIis made upon the field V i f 3 i tg jwmtefa NYC vr Every loyal Kentuckian in whoso heart in tim spirit or patriotism and good citizenship and who lovcsJtud groatKuuhlcklnut Ixjcomo n member of tho Lincoln Farm Association today J Enclono any amount from 2oollLR to 25 anti lullHcrlpUoucolumns AVOMKNH CIITIW Itvpnrt by Mm J W IHiuinor The twelfth annual meeting of tho Kentucky Federation of Womens Clubs was hold at Ml Sterling three t days of last week and was attended by nearly one hundred delegates and visitors Women from all over the saw wore present representing halfhundred clubs Wednesday afternoon WM devoted to registering presenting credentials and gotting settled In the homes so hospitably throwu open by tho citi zens Iu the ovonlng n reception was tendered tho Federation by Mrs W B Lloyd and the elegantly gowned guests the beautiful munle by the orchestra together with the luxurious apolntmmila of the homo mado tho occasion one long to lx remembered c On Thursday morning with tho President Mrs Chas P Weaver or Louisville in the chair tho regular businoHH began During the day re ports were given by tho chairmen of oommitlcea on Civic Improvements Traveling Libraries Civil Service jKeform Industrial Improvements Forestry and Education Fortytwo local clubs reported the work done by each luring the post year which iuclmUxl Inviido various culture stud IrovhllngIIbmrlOll tains supporting girls in schools cleaning up and beautifying towns anti seeing that the stock laws wore enforced decorating school houses had grounds wtablmhinjj homo II brnruH and rent rooms and iu fact trying to institute reforms along all lints exeunt polities and religion session was devoted to 1Ouo of the educational status of very strong papers being presented ou our Mountain Schools the Public Schools of Kentucky Higher Education In Kentucky and the Public Library as a Factor in EducationI Mrs Philip N Moore of St Louis first vicoprmideut of tho Qeneral Federation was present and gave a most InUmwling account of the ro cent Biennial at St Paul The convention closed with a leo tutu on Pottery given by Mrs S S Frackleton of Chicago who had her potters wheel and an she talked U clayAfeature was wlLhIJ ing of it the women showed a clear appreciation of actual conditions a one educational and reform lines and an earnest desire for bettor conenLionImeeting place next year A tow drops of oil ofvendor in a silver bowl or ornamental dish of otiio kind half fillet with very hot JuaI J tho atmosphere of the apartment I I I 7s It Your Own Hair d Do you pin your hat to your own hair Cant do It j Havent enough hair It must be you do not know Ayers Hair Vigor I Hcres an Intro duction May the acquaint ance result In a heavy growth of rich thlckglossy hair And we know youll never be gray kick that r Htlr Moor It she mnt- oartulbararowerlhatwasvumad I inn ed n rr torn tln ran faaylthat I am atay ptdttk It I wai II ai top- sistkahas V 8IlOO11 WajUnd II nlIMe IAIr 11lJe 1 rsw11 STAY IN SESSION Congress Will Not Adjourn Until Its Work IB Completely Finished THE DICTUM OF SPEAKER CANNON The Situation Spoils Delay bat Hopei of an Early Adjournment are Entertained Things Mutt Be Worked Out Before Any Date Is Set For Solon To Go Back To Their Constituents Washington Juno 27 Congress will stay In session until Its work la fln lehed This la tho dictum of Speaker Cannon and his lieutenants and Is be Ing mphulted at this tlmo to coun teract any Impression that tho pure food bill at least might go over until tho next session Thoro Is alto trouble on tho meat Inspection bill and tho tlo up on tho railroad rato bill Indicates tho delay Tho Immigration bill Is also In con ference an are several of tho appro priation bills All of these things must bo worked out without any date of adjournment being sot according to tho dcclelon of tho houso loaders When tho work la done an adjournment resolution will bo forthcoming In short order Wbllo the situation Spoils delay tho work on tho floor Is progressing Members say there Is no need of prolong ing tho session If tho conferees make up tholr minds that tho work must bo dono or that agreements which will meet all demands can bo arranged on all natters and that It tho Idea of prolonging tho session for the purpose of killing certain bills Is abandoned this week will see tho end OPPRESSION IN OFFICE Charges Filed lnst United States Judge In Louisiana Washington Juno 27A memorial presenting charges of oppression In of lice malfeasance and misfeasance with general denial of Justlco against Chas Parlance district judge of tho Eastern district of the United States court of Louisiana has been received by Speak er Cannon from Francis C Mahan of Now Orleans and referred to tho judi ciary committee Tho memorial sets forth that Ma han because of local prejudice be Moved ho was denied Justice In tho state courts In a suit Involving prop arty valued at 60000 Ho claimed tho right under tho Civil nights act based on tho 14th amendment to tho constitution to go Into the federal courts with this suit and presented a petition to that end to Judgo Par lunge making affidavit that ho was un able to pay tho costs Tho memorial charges That tho judge arbitrarily and In violation of law refused and prevented tho filing of tho suit SATURDAY HALFHOLIDAY Granted To All Employ of Navy Yards and Stations Washington June 27 Saturday half holidays during July August and Sep tember have been granted by Presi dent llooacvolt to skilled mechanics and laborers and to all employes In tho classified service at navy yards and naval stations of the United States This announcement was made In an executive order given out by tho president It Is also provided that It any skilled mechanic or laborer shall work moro than four hours on any Saturday during tho months named ho shall bo paid for such extra work at tho rate of CO per contum In addition to his regular compensation Tho same benefit la extended In an other general order to tho skilled me chanica laborers and employee In tho classified servlco of tho government printing omco BACK TO LONDON Mr and Mrs Longworth Hat Gone After Pleasant Visit With Emperor Klol Juno 27 Congressman Long worth and Mrs Longworth loft Kiel for London They could have spent two or three days more pleasantly had It not been for their London engage memo They will bo present at tho ball to bo given at tho American em bassy and at tho drawing room at Buckingham palace Mr and Mrs Longworth met every one of distinction surrounding tho emperor and were several hours in hrs company Mr Ixjncworth desired that their visit to Klol should bo regarded simply as part of their wedding tour They aro most ploAsed with all tho courtesies shown them and found tho emperor very kind cheerful attentive and complimentary to America Agrarian Movement Spreading Telotfl Province of Orel Juno 27 Tho agrarian movement Is spreading throughout this province and tho peas ants and estate employes ore making common cause against tho landlords Tho rural guards havo had several en counters In which many wore wound ed and killed The Printing Business Washington June 27Thoro were 26247 printing establishments In 1004 an Increase of 18 per cent over 1900 according to tho census bureau Tho capital Invested was 384021369 In crease 31 per cent Value of product I4MLM71M1 faurtm U gar MaL i I Kentucky Intelligence I SEEKS TO STOP PRIMARY An Injunction Is Asked By Candidate For Representative Louisville ICy Juno 27As an addl tlonol step In the case filed at Morgan town Ky by 8 A Anderson of ohio county seeking to enjoin M 8 Rag land chairman of tho executive com mlttco of Ohio county from holding a primary election on November 0 for tho nomination of a republican candl dato for representative In the next general assembly of Kentucky tho at torneys Judgo Burnett Judgo Du Rollo E 1 WorthIngton and W H Holt will appear before Judgo Galln way at fowling Green and ask for an Injunction Tho petition filed at Mor gantown attacks tho constitutionality of the redistricting bill on tho ground that It Is unjust and unfair and Is n violation of tho constitution of the United States and tho stato of Ken lucky ANTISALOON LEAGUE Gov Beckham la Congratulated For His Stand on Temperance Frankfort Ky Juno 27ln Its an nual address tho Kentucky AntlSaloot league congratulates Gov Dcckhan upon his stand for temperance and announces Its ptirposocf taking part In tho stato campaign this fall calling on tho candidates to declare them solves on tho liquor question Tho ad dress sots forth tho purpose of the Icaguo to secure a majority of tho general assembly of 1903 for tho purpose of extending tho provision of tho now county unit local option law so as to InclucTo tho towns and cities In clot tlons for tho now law in operation to many counties and backing up the governor In his efforts to keep tho Ik oft In tho city of Louisville FOUR THOUSAND ACRES Wealthy Man Donates Coal Lend To Baptist Denomination Lexington Ky Juno 27At a meet- Ing of the historical society of tho Ken tacky Baptist association at RIchmond- Dr A Gatllff of Williamsburg Ky gave to tho Baptist Educational society 4000 acres of coal land In Whltlej county worth 200000 This donation la tho first towards raising an endowment fund of 500000 dollars for the support of tho Baptist schools of the state Gatllff Is tho wealthiest man In Eastern Kentucky and has mado Ira menso fortunes out of coal and timber land speculations In the last 16 years He has for years supported Williams burg college tho largest Baptist school in Eastern Kentucky KILLED STEPFATHER I A Slight Difficulty Cause of Trouble Between the Men Paris Ky Juno 27 Following a alight difficulty which was Apparently satisfactorily settled Junius Throck morton fired five shots Into tho body of Audloy Greene his wifes stopfa thor who stood talking to a friend ai the bar of M L Woods saloon AI five shots entered Greenes body and struck fatal spots and Greene died whore ho fell In front of tho bar Tim only warning said to havo boon given by Throckmorton when ho opened fire was You kicked ma Postmasters Confirmed Washington June 27Tho senate In executive session continued tho follow lag postmasters In Kentucky O A Reynolds Covington G W Bury Clinton T F Beadloo Fulton L W Key Mayfield L F Potty Shelby vlllo Edna J Kirk Palntsvlllo P Wostcrfleld Sebree Baptist Annual Meeting Richmond Ky Juno 27Tho 69th annual meeting of tho Kentucky Dap tint association began hero Six hun dred delegates aro attending At an organization meeting HOT W M Ham titan of Louisville was elected presl dent Will Bring Negro Back Fulton Ky Juno 27Jlm Klmbro a who criminally assaulted n white woman at Moscow this county was apturod at Mound City 111 by Deputy Sheriff Johnson and will be brought hero for trial at onco Already Had the Limit Hopldnsvlllo Ky June nTho In dlctmcnt against John Chcanoy for shooting Duncan Vcaoh was dismissed Chcanoy having previously rocplvod a life sentence In tho penitentiary for tho murder of Maud Ellis Saved Negress Life Louisville Ky Juno if Art a Pi null arrived hero from Pcnuteton lion ry county Ky and reported tftat ho had trouble preventing tho lynching of a npgrcss accused of having sot tire to his residence Minister Married Columbia ICy Juno 27Rov 0 R Payne business manager of tho Llns leyWilson training school this city was married to Miss Cora Simpson a popular young woman connected with the school Coal Miner Ambushed Painlsville Ky Juno 27 Sherman Castle coal minor was ambushed on his ehaaty boat about ono mile from this place ExChief of Police Prlco arrested Will Welch Excitement Is high Frankfort Ky Juno 27Gov Beck ham appointed D F Mcncfoo of Grant county to succeed John M Lansing as circuit judge of tho Boone Grant OW NS Carroll and Gallatla district Youll WnnC to Nntlro That wo commence this week the publication of Practical Arithmetic for Rural Schools by Prof C D Lewis of Berea College Normal Do partmont No arithmetic that wo know of meets tho need of our Ken tucky mountain schools well Prof Lewis has foil this lack and will publish a book on this subject this summer Moro is wonderful chance for teachers to got tho nubfltnnco of tho book free in tho Citizen Prof Lewis has just received a letter Lolling him that through the help of tho Instruction received in Berea J P Miller was one of two out of one hundred and ton applicants who received firstclass certificates in the Pulaski County Teachers Examina tion held Juno ID and 10 If you cant study iu Berea now study Prof Lewis course in tho Citizen Hrrrai Cnncrntnlnlloim A wedding in which many Borea people will bo interested curredaL Jorsoyvillo 111 lust Thursday Juno 21 Rev Porry Frederick Shrock well remembered a collegiate grad uate of 1002 and since then a graduate of Union Theological Seminary LucyOrnco lI08pitlllMof friends in Borca and wo wishwo could all make a visit at their home in Deer Park Washington where they arc scheduled to arrive August 1 It is an unhappy lot which finds no enemies Publicus Syrua A good square piano for sale or rent at Chrismans the furniture man IiKlriirtluni to Corrrnpoiiilrnl In spilling proper names name of persons or places write plainly We can guess at other things but we dont like to guess at names Try to gel your correspondence In by Tuesday night or by Wednesday noon at latest still if something im portant has happened we want it even if you cant get it to us before Thursday Wo reserve the right to niter or to leave out anything that wo consider too personal or not of sufficient int crest for the majority of our readers Wo want correspondence from all parts of the country Lot us know what is happening In your locality Sign your name to every letter you send us We will not publish your name unless you consent to it but must know who has written the communication WANTED Chestnut Cord Wood green or deadened in five foot longtime For particulars write to Big Stone Extract Works Cadet Wise County Va HOUSES TO RENT Boron College has a few desirable houses to rent in Berea some of them with barn and garden Inquire of the Treasurer any week day to 12 a m or 3 to 4 p m KEEP CLEAN and get your clothes cleaned and pressed by J C BURNAM- The West End Barber Shop Phone 67 JOe a suit is all it will cost you Commissioners Sale I SATURDAY JUNE 30 1906 Between 1030 and 1130a m T H Collins Commissioner will pub licly soil the following Irnctaof laud First the old Hart Place on Silver Crook and the Scaffold Cane Pike about forty acres and secondly tho tract known as the Dowden Place of about eightyfive acres Torms Tho sale will bo made on credit of six and twelve months Further details will bo made known on Into of salo Call at T J Moberleys anti seethe best line of- COLLARS TEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS And anything that you need for a horse Call and get prices they will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky I n h046Who desires the best Business in Berea I have a piece of property that is well worth the price I ask for itsay nothing about the business that 1 can place you in I have for salo the Berca Produce House and lot on Depot street This lot is ipo foot front and 300 feet long the build ings consist of a Produce House two story dwelling and barn iThis property is well worth the money I ask for it The business is the most promising of any business in Bcrca from the fact that it is a specialty without competition The business that is being done shows a profit of two thousand dollars per year clear receipts What has been done can be Bono again Any one desiring this property should call at once on J P BICKNELL Real Estate Agent BEREA KENTUCKY pctr rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrD rrrKrKrrrrrrRrrrrrrrr Q tas c x E f 3ez iii le soonR r Dont make up your mind fully until you see the C H D Book St of Tours to Michigan and Canada s s X x- t cr- a s- s s- a s- AskV nay ell t n Agent or mlilrma VT It GAITOWAY General J- ft lnrngcr Agent Cliirlnnatl Ohio It- g c 3- fcfcttcttittttiiitttttVjttftX o ifA +tilililitRi1AA ililAit RrR itARt 1Cf LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect Jan11906 Going North Train 4 Dilly Leave Boron338n m Arrive Riclimond410a m Arrive Parisf28a m Arrive Cincinnati 750a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Boroa12t pm Arrive Richmond200 pm Arrive Paris330 pm Arrive Cincinnatif10 pm Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Berea124p m Arrive Knoxville 810 pm Going South Train I Dally Leavo Berea1226a m Arrive Knoxville 730a m- nQUiPSiiCNT Trains number t and J catty Buffet Parlor car couches between Cincinnati and Knoxrllle In both directions Trains num bet i and 4 Cory Pullman vcntlbulcd Sleeping car and coache between Cincinnati and Knox rllle In boUt directions W H BOWER Ticket Agent A OUVUANTIKI CUIIK VUK 1111S Itching Blind Bleeding Protruding Piles Drug gluts are authoriced to refund money If PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure In tlo 14 days sac Dizzy Spells and backaches that tired feeling absence of appetite and extreme nervousness that so frequently afflict you mean that you are bilious Biliousness fa caused by a badly disordered or inactive liver Dr CaldwellsroeSyrup Pepsin acts instantly and effectively on the liver rate and strengthens It and restores to perfect condition The remarkable virtue of this wonderful remedy has been demonstrated hi thousands of Instances and it will work wonders in cleansing and setting yoar whole system aright Its good effects are permanent- DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists Your money will be refunded If k dose not benefit you Your portal card request will bring by retm mall oar new booklet DR CALDWRitf BOOK OP WONDKJUi and tree sample to tooio who have never tried this woadMtal Kaedr Write tods- yPEPSIN SYRUP Cue- MeatluHg AFsets Fer Salt by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY Dr W G BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office S RaBAKERDentist aerr KYPrintingOffice hours from 8 to 4 I City Phone 123 Teeth extracted without pain Bomnoforme C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night and day- Telephone No 4 Borea Ky orrrrlrrrretttrrrrrtrtrtrMrstrrr a iFor Sale or Rent Cheapa r- A A nice little Cottage ia House or four rooms onrDepot Street Lot 83 by 269 feet Call on sAI Q D HOLLIDAY Ioc 1C4 c w c cWt MonumentsURNS STATUARY oriGranite and Marble Monumental work ornU kinds done 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 Q j f 0 THE CITIZEN E ALBERT COOK PhD Editor BBRKA KENTUCKY Waritho arbitration movement during the decade since 1895 including the work J and results of The Hague conference to say nothing of the nearly 200 cases of dispute settled by this means in the previous SO years knows that arbitration can no longer fairly bo spoken of as an experiment Arbltra tlon ii not any longer an experiment nor even a series of experiments says an Atlantic writer It Is now tbo settled prtctico of tho civilized na tlons when disputes arlso between them and is universally recognized In rntornatlonal law A government which will not try arbitration bofort resorting to arms Is In these dare scarcely considered rcspectnble W r Jnaload ot being the general practlci Of nations as It was a century ago when serious disputes aroso between them Is no longer resorted to except In rare Instances and in most of those Instances the causes run far back Into the past and have created deep prejudices and deepfyrootec feelings of distrust and nnlmositj which do not readily yield to rational pacific treatment During tho decade of which we are speaking there have been four wars the ChinaJapan war the SpanlshAmerlcanPhlUppIne war the Boer war and the KussoJapanosi war or nine if we add to these the Boxer conflict In China tho German war In southwestern Africa still go Ing on the Venezuela blockade the Thibet expedition and the bloodless Panama revolution But during the tame period there have been almost 100 settlements by arbitration All ot these have been Important and some of them of the most difficult anti delicate character as for example the boundary dispute between Chill And the Argentine Republic the Brit IshVenezuelan boundary dispute the Alaska boundary controversy and the North sea Incident between Great Britain and Russia which though adjusted by a commission of Inquiry was really an arbitration of tho first order Hard to Budge I It took an earthquake to shake the Idea Into the heads of San Francisco men that a womans club is a worthy Institution it It owns a house The house of tho Century club which the women built last year la spite of the Jeers of men who accused them of screaming for suffrage now comes pretty near ranking as the whole show The onetime scoffers have crawled so far they are begging to be permitted to rent it for a year For Instance the Pacific Union club has offered 500 a month for the house But the women who plume themselves on their financial abilityf Lave not Jumped at that over They prefer to give the house to the members of the supreme court of Callfor nla The women say the justices willv treat tho furniture with much more gentleness and that there will be no damage as a result of those affairs called euphemistically card parties and little suppers A London physician has taken his life in his band and declared In favor of what he calls the silence cure for nervous women The doctor Is a spe cialist of renown with a high reputa tion among society dames He In slatr that all that Is needed by an ex liauted leader of the social swim la to ass an hour or so every day In Bbnolute silence This will ucr only soothe the nerves but will cause the lines of worry to leave the face and will impart an expression of peaceful ness and beauty If nervous wom en he says can be persuaded to bold their tongues and permit the brain to rest we shall have fewer breakdowns from neuralgia and nervous prostration Now then you grouchy ontlwomanlsts set busy At the meeting of the Wisconsin Society of Sons of the American Rev olution in Milwaukee a few days ago Neal Brown of Wausau was one of tho speakers In the course of his humorous remarks he rather ruined the feathers of some of hls hearers by declaring that the Mayflower must have been leaded down with furni ture that nearly every household lathe country contained a relic Jo the ahape of a chair or a table that came to the country In that old historical ship while nearly every American citizen traced his ancestry back to the passengers or crew or to men who yrho fought In the revolutionary army There atMo said to have the most prominent young women In the place for Its ten members There is also a young dentist living there who Is very popular Re cently he went to the club members and said that he had a lot of socks which needed to be darned He offered to give a pair to each member of the club lo nt up for him and said that bevouJA marry the girl who did the best piece qt work It Is said there was scrap d9rj9f fine dapnbd- oge r HAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE Mews of the Past Few Days Collected anti Presented in Condensed Form PITHY AND POINTED PARAGRAPHS Prominent Event That Have Taken Place Together With Inttrsetina Foreign Notes Doings of PcbllS Official Congressional Items The bill appropriating 26000 t defray tho traveling expenses of president for tho next fiscal year wa called up under suspension of th rules In tho house by Mr Tawney o Minnesota Mr Underwood Ala demanded a second reading which was ordered and a debate of 40 minutes ensued The bill was passel 176 to 08 tho yeas and nays being de mended by Mr Underwood Eighteen democrats voted with the majority President Roosevelt discussing th proposed appropriation of J56000 year to defray the expenses of his trips said that he did not want the money for the payment of his personal expenses lIe stated that he did no feel however that It was quito jus that he should have to pay also th expenses of the government employee who accompanied him on those trips for the purpose of transacting tho busI- ness of the government The senate took a position In a cord with the president and the hous of representatives by declaring for a lock canal across the Isthmus of Panama by a vote of 36 to 31 The vote is generally accepted as ending a long contest and definitely settling the typo of tho groat waterway Senator Dick voted against and Senator Forakor for the measure The president expressed great gratification at the action of tho house and senate and regards their no tion as a vote of confidence The pros dent will Issue an order for work to begin at once The committee amendment to tho sundry civic bill appropriating 00 annually for the payment of the trav eling expenses of tho president wa withdrawn and tho Independent providing practically for the same a propriation which was recently pass by the house of representatives wa substituted and passed The sundry civil appropriation bill was passed There was an effort to strike out of it the provision prohibit- Ing canteens at soldiers homes but instead It was mado stronger The bill as passed carried an appropria tlon of about 102400000 The sun dry civil bill retains the house provi slon for a lock canal at Panama The senate accepted the conference reports on the District of Columbia and the post office appropriation bill Pure food held the attention of the house The constitutional features n the bill was debated by the leading lawyers the democrats splitting on whether tho bill lakes police powe- from the states The senate passed the bill author w ing the acquisition of lands In the Ap palachian range and the White moun thins for forest reserves Tho bill carries an appropriation of 3000000 The senate In executive session ratl lied the extradition treaty between the United States and Japan- Miscellaneous The Massachusetts senate passed to be engrosJd tho bill providing that eight hours shall constitute a working day for a public employe The election of the agrarian com mission of 99 initiates the second stage of agrarian legislation In the lower house of parliament at St Petersburg Gen Barillas confirms the report of tho burning of his coffee estates in Guatemala by order of President Ca brera In revenge of Barillas taking part in the revolution The recent failure to convict the beef packers In Chicago of conspiracy under the Interstate commerce law has given congress no end of anxious moments with a view of enacting some law that will remedy the defects from which the government suffered by rea ion of Judge Humphreys decision The state department at Washing ton received dispatches from Com mander W H IL Southerlanfl of the navy saying that there have been seri ous disturbances In the jldnltjr of Monto Christi Santo Domingo Fifty members of the Texas Bust less Meas league were the guests of Jollet Ill While there the visitors inspected the drainage canal and were given a reception by the Commercial tub Invitations to become members of the American group of the Interpar lament union were extended to senI itors and members of the house by he committee to promote Its growth The committee of tho lower house which went to Blalystok Russia re port that the police with the aid of subordinate officers and military cans ed the outbreak by circulating false rulors against the Jews A largo warehouse belonging to WIL Hunting Co and containing 2500 loses of tobacco belonging to E E lofman of New York city was totally burned at East Hartford Conn Tho loss Is placed at 50000 Lightning set fire to tho Prospect lyt works at Reading Pa and the ntlro plant was destroyed The loss I by estimated at 200000 BOltItar1OB John Joseph Keen the abductor e little Freddie Muth at Phlladolph Tho secretory of the treaafy lass laauod an order restabllrdag the marine hospitals at IM Teun Cairo 111 St Louts rrry Evansville Ind Louisville 1fWilmington N C and Vineyard Haven Mass From prosit Indications the con forces on lhv railroad rate bill nt Wnshln tbn will not roaoh an agree men until somo tlmo next week v inch In all probability will be the last week of the session- A meeting was hold at Detroit of tho committee appointed by the gen oral assembly at Des Moines la rl contly to promote the organization of a Pjpsbytorlan Brotherhood of Lay men Freedom for a man who sold mar 100000owhich did not belong to him and six stolesouteYorktAbraham L English former dlroc tor of public safety Philip II John son architect James D Finley In ppector and Henry B Baton a memo bor of the firm of Handerton I Co were acquitted of tho charge of con piracy to cheat tho city of Phllodel manAnsa Xodlii who sere states ovl demo at the resent trials at Riga of 36 revolutionists which Tosultcd In the Imposition of seven death sentences threetmeneDr E M Sutton of PeorIa III one of the leading surgeons ot the state committed suicide by shooting him self through the head A special term of tho crIminal circuitecourt at Now York has been arranged to try the sugar rebate oases and the Indictments returned against the two presidents and subsidiary corpora tlons of tho socalled tobacco trust Reaffirming allegiance to the repub llcan party and condemning combine tlons In restraint of trade the National League of Republican clubs ended Its convention at Philadelphia E P Chase secretary of the Bor windWhite Co woe tho first witness before the Interstate commerce corn mission at Philadelphia when the rate nopgrettod he was unable to present ofscoal remaining in lighters car topthe steamers co as were Derwindsexplained tho purchase by com pony In 1002 of 1000 ears from the Pennsylvania railroad lIe said he tried to have the cars built but found they could not be delivered for six monthsThree official Investigations to do ermine the responsibility for tho ox cesses of the last week will be prosecuted at BIalystok Russia They are to be conducted by the commission of the lower house of parliament the minister of the Interior and the min Istry of Justice- A of which con thefvillage of Kamensky Russia During the unloading of one of tho bombs It woundingrtwoA band of 300 Pulajanes under Ceasarlo Pastor attacked the town of Bureauen on the Island of Loyta They killed five policemen wounded five and captured tbo remainder of the forceThe board of supervisors fixed sa loon licenses at 060 per annum at San Francisco Saloons will bo permitted to resume business July 6 and for the first 20 days their doors will remain open from C a m to 8 p m Serious differences may arlso be tweon the United States and the republic of Panama regarding tbo right of the former to Import Into tho canal zone commissaries supplies of tobao co free of duty C E Doylo general manager test fied before the Interstate commerce commission at Washington that ho owned no stocks and had no Interest In any coal or oil company nor was he aware of such ownership or Interest by any omcer or employe of the Chesapeake Ohio railroad Before the closing session of the West Virginia Bankers assoolatlon at Elkins W Va tho features were ad dresses by Secretary of tho Treasurer Leslie M Shaw and Senator Elkins Thursday was the day tho presidents of all the railroads which have been Under scrutiny during the investigation Into the coal business by the in terstate commerce commission were invited to appear before that body and offer such testimony as they might desire The Pennsylvania railroad was the only one that had anything to say In defense John D Thayer fourth vice president of that road took tbo stand In regard to the abolition Of the individual cars Thayer sall that when President Cassatt went to Europe this spring ha left a verbal 01 der for tho abolition at some near time probably within a year of all prl vate cars along Its lines Another police officer was shot dead at Warsaw Russia This Is tho ono hundred and twentieth victim ot vengeance on the police since January 1305 Dy a unanimous voto tho house passed the senato resolution express Ing the sympathy of the United States with the Hebrews on account of the massacres In Russia Although requested by both the mill tary and civil authorities to oust the refugees from the military reservation at San Francisco MaJ Gen Oreo y declares that they shell not bo ds Curbed until they ore ready to RO rSfxslils from SnoJro Woolley w Awslmm and Lookout Wash tell Ie a distinct tumbling of the earth III th Skatlna valley supposed to kayo been caused by n huge landslide at some place In the mountains During the trial of six Pales charged with assault and battery upon Walter Sealnaaklwlcc In the munlcliw court at Portland Ore Soalnwklwlo testified that about a month ago n plot was mold In that city and an at tempt was mado to raise funds to send a member ot an anarchist organteatlor to Washington to assassinate Preal dent Roosevelt Tuberculosis of the lungs and pnou monla wore tho leading onuses of death In the United States according to a special report on mortality In IDOL Issued by the census bureau flatrhoea onteritis heart tlUenso cancer and typhoid follow in their order A mortgage for 20000006 on tht Missouri Kansas ft Texas railroad was filed with the recorder of deeds at St Louis Tho business session of the Std trl ennlal convocation of the genera grand chapter of Roynl Arch Ma on of the United States at Boston elect ed Joseph 13 Dymg of Parts 111 gen oral grand high priest Deputy general grand high priNt William U Swain Milwaukee general grand king Nathan Klngaley Austin Minn general grand scribe Uernart G Witt Henderson Ky general grand tress urer John M Tartar itaUtmoro tineral grand secretary Christopher 0 Fox Buffalo general grand CAptain of the host George T Coreofl Wash Inttou general grand principal so burner Prod W Craig Doe Moines In The presence of ono case of yellow fever ot Port Limon Costa Rico wee officially reported to tho Louisiana state board of health The space In front of the speakers desk of the house resembled a small section of a dslteatewten store and a corner grocery with cereals jams Jel lies tins of peas tomatoes corn bot ties of whisky and wine Imported san sago and other odlblM and drinkable scattered over two tables and to com plete the picture there were standard scales with weights a graduate and a funnel for the purpose of demonstrat- Ing the contention of the majority of the committee on Interstate and for elgn commerce that a puro food bill Is neeesmry for the inflection of the people whoa Mr Mann of Illinois began the don on Ute pure food bill Richard C Ivans was ha Kl at Chicago Friday for the murder of Mm Beeete HollUter The murder occurr ed on the evening of January ItIt la ascertained that ItO grand army men tost their homes In tile San FraftcUco lira Within the last two years tie An dent Order of Hibernians In tile Ualt ed States has grown from a member ship of 100000 to 198000 Formal announcement of the pur pose of the government to prosecute the Standard Oil Co was made by At tornoy General Moody Tho proceed ings In the first Instance will be Insti tuted under the Elkins law Should the Investigation Justify It ho will bring further action under the Slier man antitrust law With noble ceremony King Haakon VII and Queen Maud wero Invested with the crowns of Norway at Trondh Jem Thursday Tho ceremonies of tho coronation were witnessed by a brilliant assemblage and were very im pressive Special Ambassador Graves and wife Lieut Commander Gibbon and Mrs Gibbons and MaJ Gibson were present Besides the special em bassy from the United States Mr and Mrs William 3 Bryan Mrs Marshall Field and Eddy and Miss Eddy of Chi cago William Wheatloy and wife of Washington and the Norwegian Amer ican delegation were present King Haakon presented Special Ambassador Graves and Mrs Graves with silver medals struck In honor of the corona tionIn the United States dMrlet mart at Kansas City Mo Judge Smith McPherson of Red Oak la pawed sen tenet on the raven defendants recent ly convicted of making contMaloaM and accepting and conspiring to accept rebates on shipment George L Thomas of New York was fined 0000 and sentenced to four months In the penitentiary U B Taggnrt of New York was fined 4000 and sen tented to three months In the penitentiary Firms aeeessed were Swlftli Swift A Co 15000 Cudahy Parking Co 15000 the Armour Tacking Co 115000 Nelson Morris Co ISOOO Chicago Burlington Quincy railway 16000 Notice of appeal woe given In each case and bonds flied State Senator Charles McDonald anJ several wealthy stockmen were arrested by federal officers at Butte Mont on a charge of fencing public lands Three hundred United States ma rines stationed at Camp Elliott Pa nama have been transferred to Coro zal Business failures in the United States for the week ending June 21 t number 173 against 170 the previous week 170 In 1905 and 167 In 1304 In Canada failures for the week number 22 against 20 last week Three children Victor aged IiFran- crs aged 3 and Cecilia aged 2 pf Charles Wuesthorn salesman wero burned to death Friday morning In a gasoline explosion which partially stroyed the house at Harrison O del The most important event of trIumphant social march of Congressman and Mrs Nicholas through Europe will be LongworthI Jon at court at London Juno 28 John Flpps Was beaten to death with n club by John Moore a negro wlu had been farming a crop for Flppset Juskofieel T GOV PAJmSON DEAD Passed Awny nt Ills Home in Mil lord After a Long illness The Strenuous Campaign Was Too Much for His Frail Physique ani He Never Fully Recovered Lieut Gov Harris Sworn In Milford 0 Juno 19Gov John 3t Pattison died at his residence Im mont at 420 Monday afternoon Ills I death came suddenly and U xpected even bt his physicians and family and j wee causal by a relapse from his die wise which was chronic Intestinal no I phrltlsAt governors bedside when ho died was Mrs Pattlson and his two daughters Mltwoa Alathla and Brnei tine with Dr Roll tho phjrtloJan and I two nurses and Mr C S Wnilam of I DelawareJohn Pattlson was a native of this state lie wns born In Clermont county and his whole life was spent I In the Buckeye state moat of It In Cm clnimtt He was born Jane II 1141 I He enlisted In the federal army when 16 years of ere and served hte coun try with credit At the close of the war he entered the Ohio Wanuniversity and graduated with his class sad was admitted to iiractk law In Ohio In 1171 The following year be held hla flat public office being elected to the state house of rep rocentatlvo In 1S72 In 18714 he ho came attorney for tho committee of public safety In Cincinnati In 190 ho was returned to the state legislature as a senator end was subsequent ly elected a member of the lid eon gross lie was a supporter of damoi racy and was elected to Ida various public offices on that ticket lie became interested In lire Insurance con pflnlea prior to the SOs and was elect cd vice president rfnd general manage of the Unton Central Life Inanrane Co in 1881 and ten years later WM elected president an offiao which he held at the time of hla demise In 1908 the demoorata of Ohio supported by a popular movement for the overthrow of the republican adwlntatr lion seated John M Paltlson la the gubernatorial chair The strain ot the campaign and election qttlekly toW Of his health and endurance and after hla Inauguration Into office the sere monies of which was an added tax es Ids strength he collapsed Ha wool south for a ret and oame bask prior to the opening of tM lagtatatare somewhat restored He lived In a pa latlal country homo at Milford Ills place was known aa Profiwet Two daughters were born Miss Lethe am Mine Rmeatlna One ton Jolla Patti son Jr ta now a student at Harvard university Mrs Patttooo is a qb tor of Prof W 0 William one of the loading professors at the Ohio Wee leyan The news of Gay PaUloon death out a gloom over the Mate capital whore the deepest Interest baa been manifested In his condition the pee pie having hoped against hope that hi would recover I By the death of Got Pattlcon Gen Andrew L Haiti of Bates 0 becomes tho acting governor Gen liar tie le a republican Gov Pittttoon hay Ing been the only democrat on the state ticket elected last Ian Gen Harrl was at hoe home In Baton when ho received tho news Attorney Ion eral Ellis communicated with him by long distance telephone regarding the assumption of tho duties of acting gay ernor and informed him that it was not necessary for him to como to Co Minibus to take tho oath ot office Gen Harris IIcoordlnfl7 hAd the oath of or Ace administered to him at Eaton by Judge Fishor I Milford 0 Juno NThe funeral of tho late GOY John M PaUlson Oo curred Thursday nt 2 oclock and thorn were gathered from tar and near many notables and friends to pay tho last sad rites of respect to the hon ored dead I The service was ono of groat elm plicity It was opened by Rev Ma rlon LoSourd of the Milford M E church who rood tho Nineteenth psalm and from tho fifteenth chapter of Corinthians 41st to 6Sth verse in elusive Following this the prayer was mado by llov R H Rust of Xonla son of tho vice president of the Union Contral Life Insurance Co After Vila word of supplication Mrs Corrlno Moor InwJlon of Cincinnati sang 0 Come Unto Me I Hon Jndson Harmon of Cincinnati I who came on from Cumberland Md then mado an address on tho political lIfo of Gov Pattlson I Mr Harmon was followed by Bishop ClnclnnntLI conclu of Rev Lo I Sourd and in Mrs Lawsons rendition DarItoo cortege way to The burial was ns simple as the other service Rev LoSourd read the burial service of the Methodist church tho casket WAS lowered by tho pallbearer there was the rattle of gravel on tho crypt tho ouly taps Bounded and all was over To Fight Tillman Columbia S CCol W W Lump kIn entered the campaign for tho United Stiles senate against Sen ator Ttllman There are eight announced candidates for governor Cal Lumpitln will announce his platform Met Death Bravely St Louts MoAfter rosomng four his follow workmen Churloa Cas Iloll met his doath by walling In a thOjlalt ENTERTAINED ABOARD IfAMBURG MR AND MR8i NICHOLAS LOt fl WORTH QUESTSOF EiyiPHROR 1 Princess Eitel Was Amiable and Wit Ham Was Jolly and Cornpllmeiu tary To Americans Pmporor William whM hi 1WlcbMrarrive telegraphed to Prlncli BS Eflel Frederick asking If she couldjiot come to Kiel at once so that Mrs Lang worth could be entertained Sfioard the Hamburg the Emperors Improvised yacht It U the emperors rule never to Invite women on board his vessels unless the einprom or one of the Im pedal princesses are present KniproM Augusta Victoria It In un doretood desires to remain user the crown princes and IrlnoB Henry Bavariawho also Is a bride had arranged to go on a crulio In the Hamburg with tho Imperial party after the regatta hut upon receiving the emp4rora lola gram she came from PoUdsm home dlntoly arriving with Prince Er H and Mr and Mm Ix rTgwerth wti navlted emperorIt u Ito sides Mr and Mrs longs nit Alit son Hoard and George Ainir anJ Mr and Mm Jordan Mt tt w t prMo ent Princess Hltel was enWil sad Emperor William jolly aoi NMupll Bienlary to America and Am ani After the dinner the empc w sad Princess Intel with tholr guests and the emperors staff went on tile quay ter deck of the Hamburg to witness the Illuminations The elub heel tho hotel and other buildings were out lined In electric lights and the 14 bat tleshlps ten onilaar IS merchant ships and 100 yachts In tha harbor were strung with InoandMMnt globes while many searchlight playing about made a gorgeous scene Jest above tho room In the hotel ocou Ul by Mr and Mrs Lon Orth were the stare and stripes In colored llghta A greet assemblage from Klel and netgiekoring- towns crowded the water treat to wit ness tho Illumination The Humlmv flan ended with every wonrtin send lag up blazing roe tals SOWED THE SEEDS Government Inaction and indecision Cause of Present Troubles LondonA member of MI Rue Stan cabinet contends that it wee tho government larfeofeinn ml Ia tlon In the autuMn et 141st when It would have bees easy to win 0 rer the loyal i Mtvo party to e notion with the government In Hit work of reform that sowed the seals ot the present trouble The iloiajr eaaMquem on this Inaction he says led to the formation of an alliance of the reform party and a group of t rrerlsU anti an archists a fatal atop which I an con winced will strike the Russian eman cipation movement barren for runny long yuan to ewno and Ite naught iwlth unending calamities to the a- ston The writer proceeds to rots to ebe great hopes raised by Count Wltie call to power and the stibioqMftt dis appointment at his failure became of his vacillation and Incomlilaiwy He complains that Wltte instead of dot elating ruthless war against UM revo lutlonary terrorists party aatunlly eon tributed toward Skiing the Oordlun knot between the modern opposition party and the terrorists tighter than It was before JAPAN TO FULFILL PROMISE Hopeful View of Prospects To Secure Share of Manchurian Trade Poking The leading eumaierolal men are now taking a nears hopo ful view of the proapeeu fur se curing a share of tho trade et Manchuria and It appears that the Jupnn ono government appear willing to fit Mil Its promise of an open 4ar In that country at least It bat shown A better disposition than tho military authorities Thero has boon friction between tho civil and military author Itles concerning the policy to be pur sued as to foreign trade prlvllag lit Manchuria The civil authorlUea are more liberal and It la believed ihut when tho military cdmtnUtrnUon is withdrawn foreigners will be given greater freedom SCHOOLS w Established on the Canal Zone By Va rious MUnlclpalltleS 1 I r g Washington Twenlythrco public KcKools with an attendance of 1 128 pupils and with 26 teaqhershavo xogdbythe direction of the canal zone govern ment Five of the six municipalities have adopted compulsory cducat6h laws and well attcndctl schools are da veloplng rapidly In n country which know nothing of free schools before tho establishment of tho canal zone government Fell From Her Parachute Peoria mMlss Leta Allciworthr on amateur balloonist while makt Ing ascensions at an amusement park fell 100 feet from her pam chute landing on n rock pile and re celvcd Internal Injuries which are exf pcctcd to provo fataleNorth Pole ExpedJUojj Copenhagen MyflusErlcKsons ex pedltlon which will attempt to oxploro the northijUHtern cast oI OrccnlniAl has sailed The expcd tloa expects to return in Uw auuuin of 1903 Y tea F r i 5it Anthem in Which Americans All Join Ohl say can you tee by the dawns early light What so proudly we hailed at the twilights last gleaming WhoietbroadistrlpeRandLbrlght Itlrl lhloL11eperIous flphL Oer the ramparts we watched were so gallantlystreaming And the rockets red glare the bombs bursting a r Gave proof thro the night that our flag was still there Ohl say does that starspangled banner still wave Oer the land of the freo and the home of the brave i t Washingtons Sad Fourth of July Day Witntittii fill surrender of fort Neceolty to hI french It was the 4fh day of July 1751 22 jrwura before the Declaration of In cepoadesbp laadOi dAy e14r tl ILu 11 The light of early morning ahona upon a strange scene In tht wlldwaeaa if western lennsytvsals- A fOr v oI Frltebo1m sah 8alcemjxd und as ii lilorkadot tb Hip southed aftll not far from the present city ot PIttburg They were commanded by Coulon de Vllllers n young Frcnsh nun the commandant of Fort Du quesne who had worn vsngeano against the KngUdh for the teeth of his brother Jumoavllle who had fall rn in a sttlrmtsh A days before Drmdwt he was1lJtdgetI 16 mako wo l the Kroneh UMM Out no RARtlstt MK kfcould wave west ot the Allufilienlse In the fort a lltUe force numbering leu than half the number of the French and Indians bad held out for one long day and sis hours of the nlgbt against the attack of their vengeful und overpowering foe Ilcforo we relate the story ot Fort Necessity however It will be well to rcr r to the causes which led to his Fourth of July episode At the commencement of the French and Indian wnrltrwas delernilnod by the Hnglljh t8r Uio licyor pros itlon ot their to tmird u fort at the junction of the Allegheny and Mliiotifiatiola rivers on the preteut Bite of Plttsburg A body of troops f was accordingly dispatched by Oov IDdwIddlo ot Virginia to uteomplUli this object The death of their colonel ou the march throw the command Into till vJrGlohU1 This Virginian youth was George VusbtnRton Before he reached thol et hit journey Washington leameil from till scouts tbe futility of his errand In stead of driving out the French be ind bill command stood In n fairway of being themselves driven out If not altogether annihilated The French had been Improving the rummer weather They had raptured the few English and built and manned a strong fortress at the very plate chore thi English expected to built one and A French and Indian force of more than 1000 men was thronclng the adjacent forest When within A days march of the new fort which the French had named Duquosne after the governor of Can ada Washington halted at a place trailed the Great Meadows and con eihicted a fortification of logs and earthTo this rude stockade be gave the name of Fort Necessity In it were placed the cannpns which hi had dragged with so great toll through the forest bathe from Virginia Alter a tow dnys rest Washington went forward with a portion of his force to meet the Shawnee chief Half Kinc A council was held and It was aotflrnjned to snake a night nttacK tipiin the FrcnelT The pcouts c Jtllg faithful Shawnco chef found tn enemys trails and fir tit iarhiUH qf light the fnnHh inasar 41 1IlIcctlSful rtld Ju jn nvlllp the French leudtrV Was hlM nnd eovcrtl tjfhls men fell prsSlttrs into WatJilcgtoDs hands I ftibade upon Fort Nece was a erltloul one llli men had but little ammunition und no bred of any kind having lived fOr MVeraf days on fresh moat alone and even this was not plentiful Washington spent his single day 01- re6ptle In strengthening tits rampart with log On the morning of the JW at July his sfiBttta brought Intolll pence of the advance of the French liMMwhll the French and Indians under the cOHfitwnil of Oovlon de VII use had Heft holding a grand poW wow at Fort UuquMne The FrenchI father had supplied his ctihilron lib rally with firearm and the where wUhal ioaql and drjnk Tile bade after eeneuming soveral oxen ilng two barrels of wine had expressed their willingness to march against the English and drive them acroM the Allaghentes De VIlllOM set mt on this expedition The WIlY through the forest woe a dlfllralt one awl before they reached Fort Necessity rain began to fell heav- Ily But the French pressed on and wore noons of tIe W of July they were tiring upon Washingtons de fences Their position was such being upon higher ground on two slljbt elevation and well sheltered by trees anJ iHwhoe that they could cross their fire upon tbe fort and enfilade a por lion of It without themselves being exposed to much Injury tram the Eng 1Mb At a little after nine oclock In the evening the French commander nailed out for n parley Washingtons fear 01 TrMcheryicdrblm to Ignore the pro jail at flhsu but hfs position was so desperate that he complied the second time Capt Vanbraani a Dutchman the only person In his troop who could talk French was sent to Do Vllllcra eanin After a long preliminary talk the FrotfeWrnih write ate terms of sur pineknotitho writinglpttnlttedWulllnltonIInu honors of war retaining their arms stores antI baggage between limo rest of the night passed quietly though the moo remained under arms At dawn of the Fourth of July tho Great Meadows presented an animated scene The morning was fair and tho sun shone brightly over the damp green forests and tho lofty ridge of Laurel 11111 horses antilburdenedEnglish were obliged to leave most of their baggage und cannons behind Slowly they flied out of the fort and began their slow and wearisome march for Wills Creek the nearest English station 62 miles over the Alleghenies ofWashingtonAll his hopes of military glory seemed blighted In the bud but whatever may have been his feelings no word of lipsWithoutthe darkest and most miserable morn Ing In his life He could not foresee the future but on that other day when the bell on till state house at Philadelphia wat proclaiming the Declaration of lode pendence far and wide and Jubilant crowds Were shouting and throwing up theIr 1275 at the tldUdlngs there of Wathlngton mnit have thought oi the time when he left the willis oft Port Necessity ti defeated WBu and r fu Ulvc Godeu Days 1 J JESUS AND THE- CHILDREN Sunday School Lesson for July 1 1906 Speciillr Prepared for Tklt paper LRSSON TKXTlUtt 1S1H Memory verse 2 a- OOIDEN TBXTH In not the will of your Father which Is la Heaven that one of these little ones should ptrlih Matt 111- 4TlMHAutumn A D 201 let long after hie IrannflKuratlen- 1LACK A house In Cajiernaum prob ably Peters SCHJPTUnE REFERENCES The fatherhood of Cod Malt 6t 48 41 M I 8 j 711 S8 Luke Itll John 112 Acts tIn Rom 64 B14n 1 Cor 86 2 Cor Ill7 II Oat 14 SK 447 Bpli li neb 12110 Jag 1ST 1 Pet 12 14 17 t John 11 2 Hev 217 The characteristics of the children of ODd obedient humble etc Jlfttt U21 Mark SJ3I7 Luke 261 B B4C48 nom 819 lleb Bl 1 let 114 Clirltti loving care for children Matt 1042 1819 181111 Sltt 16 Mark 1013 1C Luke 112 181H7 John 214 Christs care for those whom the children sym rjollte Luke 128 U4T John 1025- 1118I7 2 Pet IA The relation of chil then to the Kingdom of Heaven Matt 1114 Luke 94 etc What the child Ml the midst teaches us In rtird to amW lion obedience trust humility etc Malt 1IS 4 2555 Mark 5551 41 Luke 9445 41 John 11116 1 Cor 14 J8 Comment and Suggestive Thought- V 1 At the same time It V la that hour came the disciples unto Joss with the question that per plexod them Putting tho three accounts together the convervatlon would Is something like this JesusAc I was walking before you as la Mark 1032 ou our way front tho mountain I overheard you earnest ly arguing among yourselves for In their earnestness they raised their voices What question Interested you so muahT The dllsciples are silent for they bad been dleputhg as w who was the greatest and they were ashamed of It In tbe presence of Jesus Jesus knew bitt It was wise to lead them to express their thoughts Luke The disciples or tome of them then ask Jesus Who then Is greatest In the kingdom of Heaven Not What elements of character make true greatness But who shall have the highest places See Matt 302- 1Jesueiou have utterly mistaken the nature of the kingdom of Heaven find what Is greatness there 1 will Il lustrate V 2 Jews then called n little ehUd who may have been playing near or attracted to the wonderful loving Jess and set him in the midst of thorn set him by his side R V Luke and then took him In bis arms Mark In loving embrace V 3 And said The task of Josus la not merely to communicate Instruction but to rebuke and exor else an evil spirit therefore he does not trust to words aloooExp Greek Test Except ye be converted better ns in It V turn And becomo as little children Not sinless for no children are Unless They all nco1 to be saved from baing lost as we see a little further on vs 1114 V 4 Whosoever therefore shall humble himself so as to be ns this little child Is In this company his natural unassuming self The some Is greatest In tho kingdom of Heaven for hi has most of the heavenly spirit- V B Whoso shall receive one such little child the representative of childhood shall recognlte and welcome him shall see In him the beauty ot his character and take It to heart model his conduct after this Ideal reprwentfng all that the spirit of am bition In Its struggle for place and power Is apt to trample under foot V C Whoso shall offend Better It V entice to stumble block their way to the klndom of Heaven The Greek verb is derived from skaudalon allied to scandal which meant orig- Inally the stick In n trap on which the bait Is placed and which springs up and shuts the trap at the touch ot any animal V 7 Woo unto the world Not a wish but a lamentation n warning a statement ot fact Because of of fences Occasions of stumbling In the way of becoming good and espe chilly In the way ot children- V 8 O lf thy hand or thy foot of fend theo lead thee Into sin cut them oft The meaning is if obJecta dear as tho right eye and useful ns the right hand honors possessions enjoyments stand between us and tha righteous heavenly spirit not merely tempt us but cause us to fall Into sin If we are unable to battle with and overcome the temptation we must give them up rather than the heavenly life V 10 Still the subject Is the child an the Ideal representative of tho Insig nificant apt to be despised by tie am bitious Expos Greek Test Vs il14 Compare Luke 1637 19 10 The point of the parable lies In tho great care lor those who ore Inslg nincnnt and of lltUe value in tho eyes of menV Even so As the good shep herd did SO much for tho lost and helpless sheep It Is not the will of your Father which Is in Heaven He desires that all shall repent and bo saved Practical Application The lessons which Christ toaehes tie by means of tho children nr the lessons we most need to leant and are too often apt to be Ignored HA k ever setting tho child in the midst and all Christians must learn the lessons The child symbolizes all men In then relation to the Heavenly Father The child symbolizes all are poor weak neglected jowly In relation to the church The church will oucceod In its work for the kingdom of Heaven only fa far u it regards the child ono all whom the child symbolizes si Chrtot himself regards them 4 THE WONDERS OF IDAHO Beautiful Waterfalls That Are Higher Than the WorldJnracd Niagara whIchIsNiagara the Shoshone Falls In Idaho stand second among the groat cata racts of the new world The region Is one of plunging way ters Within n length of 15 miles tho Snake river leaps down n serIes of giant steps until It has dropped a clean C83 feet Shoshone Falls form the highest of these leaps Four miles above them are Twin Falls divided tty a great cleaving promontory of rock Eleven miles below ShOshone Is an other drop of 139 feet this time called Augur Falls A hundred miles below are Swan Kails and so It goes Tho cataracts are not the only nat ural wonders of this region Tho canyons are comparable only to tho Grand Canyon of the Colorado In places they are oven deeper than thn great chasm further south Year ago Bancroft said of this part of time country Taken altogether it Is the most grand wonderful roman tic and mysterious part of the domain Inclosed within the Federal Union At one time the cataract region was set apart by the government as ana tional park but the act providing for It line been repelled The enormous water power Is to be used for Irriga- tIon Perhaps the beauty of the falls will suffer but R7S square miles of sand and sagebrush In one tract alone will give place to rich harvests and tho jack rabbits will move out In favor of a million human beings who can find homes there It is time for Aladdin to go way back and sit down Twentieth cen tury engineers accomplish marvels which make his old lamp a back num ber Take the tunnel which has been cut through 420 feet of solid rock and through which an industrial Niagara will generate almost unlimited power Every bit of machinery for the plant and many of these bits weighed thousands of pounds was hauled by six horse teams over 30 miles of crowded hills Much of this equipment was lowered by ropes over the precipitous walls of the Snake river canyonThe was blasted out piece by piece from the top down the reverse of the method employed In making the great Niagara tunnel The Interior was then concreted smoothly so that it forms a circular shaft 14 feet In diameter piercing the solid rock at an angle of 46 degrees Already the knoll of sage brush and Jack rabbits has struck In Snake river valley April 1 1905 the water was turned on 120000 acres near Shoshono Falls One hundred days later the reapers were at work gathering in the first crop The soil of these valleys Is of vol canic ash and will produce CO bushels of wheat to the acre Or If you prefer It apples which bring four dollars a bushel In London With all this gain moreover it Is said that the Snake river has water enough for both purposes It can Irrigate Its millions of acres and still form a cataract to see which Is worth going hundreds of miles For the Woodwork Woodwork can be nicely cleaned with an equal mixture of turpentine and linseed or old sweet oil Shako well apply with flannel rag and rub well Dont use too much of it Same Old Gag Now this girl that Jlgglns is going to marry said the society editor Wo dont seem to be able to learn anything about her personal charac teristics Than Just state that she can do wonders with a chafing dish said tho managing editor and lot it go at that Chicago Sun One Ship a Day Tile shipyards of Great Britain all working together could turn out a big steamship every day of the your MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati June 3 1400IIM615 6l gLAMHSflprlnKLOURBprln patent w t fjHOATSNOIlYENo 2 choice 62W- HA11LKY No GI tiS HAYCholce timothy 18 W if 16 W 1675 111 CO MilBIITTEUCholceChoice creamery POTATOESNew APPLuSChotce WrS58 81 S TOBACCoNew tll So- CIIICAQO Old vIS Ul t0 t S gMNoCORNNO t mixed t OATSNo 2 mixed 37 ItVKNa 2 choice 61 it tliPORKfleas prime 1715 O17 3- LAHD1rlme lcnm O II ill NEW YORK FIXJURWlnter patent S ro g 4 10 I ffOATSNoJjljWLAIiDIrlme nALTIMOIlB fCORNNOH- CAlTLI StcerB ID lIooS0001i to cholco 63V 41 635 LOUISVILLE WHEATNO s red UOATSNo3 r6 YO1tI Mess prime ll5tl LARDlrlme steam S 5 INDIANAPOLIS OATTLB rrlrao steer lIOaS=Beet grade 515JI in SllUElBcs credo IS Berea CollegeFOUNDED 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL- Over 40 Teaehsrs and 900 Students frcm 26 Statos Larcasl College Library ja Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENCE Two Course nlth agriculture for joang men and Domestic Science for young ladles TRADE SCHOOLS Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing twa years isCountyACADEMY COURSESFour years fitting for College for buslnwui and for life iT aBaccalaureateMUSIC Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks may be brought within 2950 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 25u Fall term opened September 13 Winter terns opened January 3and Spring term will open March 21 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congrega tionaliats Methodists Presbyterians and good peoplo of all denominatioM i For Information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky r eeee oWYivlJvIW I RICHMOND GREENHOUSES IPhone 188 Richmond Ky I OP I CUT 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N W LI3JVGLLtoELtd J U Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for t fe Boys 200 and 175 for Youths I The reputation of W L Douglas shoo for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They hire to gin better saUttattlon than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that lbs wear enexpect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and caR Insure a perfect j H fit It iiupwtion inv- itedCOYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY 000000000000000000000000000 oty w o J 0 0 o oOo oooeo ooooooouuuu Miss Marie Ponder is visiting her brother in West Virginia this week Miss Corwin leaves next Monday- to spend the summer in her home in New Jersey t Dan II Breck was in town last week looking after his insurance fencesDr Hubbell preached to a full house at tho Christian Church the morningof Juno 24th Mrs Florence GillinDurbin form erly of Berea now of Hornick Iowa is visiting the Misses Duncan Mm It R Coyle of Sterling Col is visiting her mother Mrs Frank Hays for a month this summer Rev J O Bow of Louisville filled the pulpit at the Baptist Church June 24th both morning and evening- M J Gabbard has returned to In dianapolis Ind from whence he came to attend the G A R Encamp ment Mrs Kato Tatum leaves Tuesday for QallilT Tenn where she will spend a few weeks with her sister and brother- E T Fish broke his leg last Thursday night just as he neared home A frightened young horse caused the accident J W Williams has just procured tho State license entitling him to sell patent medicines paying therefor tho sum of 100 E T Shearer of Clark Mo born in Madison county came back here last week with the homecoming boys after an absence of 30 years Ernest Shockley is having his share of trouble now Having but just recovered from a mashed finger he is now at home with the mumps Mrs Anna Jet of Elizabethton Town came with the homecomers to visit her sister Mrs Lucy K Flan cry and other relatives in old Ken tucky Mrs Reese who came hero Blew weeks ago to attend the graduation of her grand daughter Mias Liven good is sick in the Ladies Hall but is recovering Rev Isaac Messier and family of McKee were guests at Prof Dodges home last week Thursday on their y way homo from Chicago New York and New Jersey Tho College Treasurers office will not be open in the afternoon during vacation From 0 to 12 each morning outside business will be attended to but at no other time Some teachers and otters from out of town are planning to spend their vacation hero and live in Ladies + Hall Some of them are already in I residence there Bert Cornelius who graduates from the Louisillo Medical College next Saturday the 80th will doubtless return to Berea soon thereafter fully prepared to aid his fellows to work off many if not all of the ills to which lest is heir uuuuuuuuuuuuMrs John J Barton of Sublette Ill was visiting her sisterinlaw Mrs McLaren last week Mies Lena Clark from the same town an old friend of Mrs McLaren Is still her guestProf Haynes and Prof Hagertj of Ohio State University spent last Thursdaywith President Frost and are now taking a tour through the mountains with Frank Hays as n guideMessrs Fellmy Kinnard and Hoff man have returned from the YMCA gathering at Asheville N C and are enthusiastic over their trlfTbeywill give the Citizen a of their experiences next week W Gregg Hanson of Tellurido Col is visiting relatives in Bores after an absence of 21 years Mr Hanson is the eldest son of John Q Hanson one of the founders of Berea College He is engaged in mining Preaching at the Union Church next Sunday night at 715 Tho Christian Endeavor meets at the usual hour 030 lasting threequarters of an hour This arrangement will be followed for the mouth of July Fannie Hatfield and her sister Laura will teach near Highland Lincoln county where they are now living their father having moved there this spring Laura and possibly Fannie will be in Bores again next winter B E Cartmell and wife F L Fairchild and daughter Dorothy and Major and Mrs C H Oroevenor made a very enjoyable trip to Robes mountain last Thursday afternoon taking a picnic supper together in the summer house and returning late at nightDr Thomson of the Union church returned last week from his trip to Ohio where he enjoyed the Oberlin Commencement very much He expects his son home this week Mrs Thomson is visiting relatives in Cleveland and is not expected back for several weeks Secretary Gamble writes from New York to have the Citizen for warded to him there for two weeks He is having a very interesting time leading the singing in evangelistic tent meetings there Mrs Gamble is in Berea Her little baby Mary has been quite sick Director Rigby has received sad news of the accidental death of a child of his brothers in his home near Mechanlcavilie Iowa He and Mrs Rigby leave this week to spend some days with the homo folks in Mechanicsvillo and then to study for a time probably in Chicago They return about September 1 Wellming Patrick a graduate of the Normal Department of Berea College in 1003 now a student and teacher at State College has accepted a position as teacher in MagofEn county for part of tho summer and then goes to tako charge of the North Middletown High Schooluntil school bogies at Lexington nod fall Prof Miller of Kentucky Stat College is making Boron his heai quarters for a few days while doing additional work on the geologic survey Prof nud Mrs Mason leave Thurs dry afternoon for an extended trip to the west stopping a few days in Oklahoma City Okla aud eon weeks in Logan Utah Foster Baker of Van Wert fl is upending portion of tho summa in Korea and vicinity Ills grand parents Mr and Mrs James Bake of Wullaceton will havo him wil them most of tho time and whe they can spare him ho will visit his until Mrs Fannie Demmou here ill BereaMiss Corwin before coining to Berea had been for some years a student at tho New York State Library School at Albany N Y Sho has just completed her work in thl8 school passing an examination in th same and receiving from them the do gmo of Bachelor of Library Scieno The Citizen extends congratulations Capt James West Post G A R meets on Saturday of this wcot Juno 30 It is hoped that the old vets with the Womans Relief Corp stud the Sous of Veterans may lx permitted by the weather and othe conditions to accept Professor ant Mrs Dodges hospitality and eat ai openair dinner together ou thou ample grounds under the shade of their beautiful trees Miss Cameron has received letter from Miss Welsh who hay nltendrc the Wellcsloy Commencement Miss Robinson who has attended the Oberlin Commencement nud Miss Hendricks who is enjoying a rest at her homo iu Woodstock III Miss Cameron leaves next Tuesday for her home in Newtown Nova Scotia where site remains through July and AugustSome time ago Supt Edwanh gave out a lot of lower and vege table seeds to pupils of tho Model Schools nail offered prizes to thos obtaining the best results with them Prof Edwards has asked Mr Will Flanery superintendent of the Col lege gardens to act as judge io the contest All who havo flowers or vegetables which they wish to be con sidered in tho awarding of these prizes should speak to Mr Flanery about them Next Sunday there will be an all day meeting at the Ferristown church with the special object of raising two hundred dollars lot plastering the churclraud furnishing it with pewsI The members of the church have made splendid progress with their church house thus far The old folks have been having a contest with the young folks to see which could raise the most money for tho neededcompletion and furnishing of the church and next Sunday willI determine who cornea out ahead Last Sunday night Mr and Mrs Rigby formed a quartet with Miry Brode and Dr Cook and sung for the Ferristowu church Dr Cook preached as substitute for Mr Hud son who has left on his vacation This Suclnl Event Early Wednesday morning June 27th it was evident that something unusual was about to happen at tho home of Mr and Mrs Branamau In the Central Hotel Tho secret could not bo kept much lougor8 wed ding was at hand John Robert Lyon of Lynchburg Vn had como to carry off as his bride Ella Fabra 2haatine tho beautiful niece of Mr and Mrs Branamau who has been brought up from childhood by her uncle and aunt as a daughter Tho officiating minister Rev Hugh Mo Lellan of the Disciples Church in Richmond had arrived the night be fore that there might be no delay in tbe proceeding and at about 1000- a m came the event where the clasping of hands was the outward sign of the union of two hearts The bride wore a charming dress of delicate cream eolionno trimmed with Irish loco and carried a bunchof lovely bride roses tied with long loops of smilax Tho groom was dressed in becoming black The groom was handsome and the bride lovely and a simple but beautiful ceremony performed while lamps and candles sent a soft gum nor on the graceful arch of flowers md cedar brunches and the couple approIWhile the friends wore pouring out their congratulations and good wishes Mrs Jim Stevens who had been receiving the guests served delicious Hump Back SCOTTS EMULSION wont matt a- I hWIIpllackalshtIKKhIf win It nuke a short IcJ long Mat It toll home Ieat huh dbtMtd MIle and It among the lew geiHtlft meaty of recovery In rickets MM bone eoMwnpttai umpkscomT ita 40941 Purl SlrcetNcwYork soc and tuooi iS innJM T ta Y fruit punch in tho hall The invil ions wero limited to relatives mid a few of the nearest friends but the parlors of tho hotol wore taxed to hold those who desired to give thoir welldeserved congratulations to tho groom and loving wishes of happ ness to tho bride Time happy pair loft on the nfternoon train for tho north to take their honeymoon trip to Washington Niagara Fulls allli other taints of interest in time north east All acquaintances of tho youu peoplo wish them deep nnd nbidiu happiness The CITIZEN extends lOn grutulntioiis THE AMERICAN BOY BY Lwor K FLANKKV A groat many funny things hnro been said and written about youu America but to sum up tho reality i8 an Interesting problem aril apparent ly quite inexhaustible Tin true tis pity and pity tw true that the genus boy has utmost booomo uti ox tiuct feature of the twentieth century The reasduletiH Herod of moderi progression has slain not only hit lin tborn but the wholo family of boys BUll developed in their stead a kind of hybrid specimen of juvenil Methuselah a creuturo who smokes wears glosnos and knickerbockers ui abnormal antithesis who talk knowiuglyon all subjects often ills gating with the wise men In tin empln of learning Could dear old Whittier have witnessed tho meta norphoms of his Barefoot Boy With his turnedlip pantaloons nut hh nerry whistled tunes tutu tho hall pitcher the nlthletlo or till scientific md classical bookworm of tho pros ont tiny tho theory that Men are but boys of a larger growth woult kcal a fulfilled prophecy hut I am glatl to know that there arc same xcoptious Owen In a while wo meet a real livo toy ont of tiltS jolly old IQHhianed kind and oh bow refresh ag liko ji bunch of dashes by the oadsido loft by tho grazing herd I have among my acquaintance a boy of this typo a ruddy alumni follow with a promise of true mauli mess in his figure Happier with his humus at school and homo than in tho parlor with the girls care idly jwlito in his own home he bows that his best manners are not ormetically sealed when in the pros tiro of mother and sister Just watch him through manhood and witness tho happy fruition of this bud of romiae I think of anotherVhap or liappio who simply cant and wont be a boy 1 dont believe he has ever boon a boy Iu its truest and veetest souse Ills companions are- aU years older than himself ho is over ready to give his parents advice Theyure designated the old moan IInel the old lady their ideas are so itinualcd and fogyiah that he Hilunt for a moment hood their oounltJ At an early period in lHo- ho roganls himself In the light of nn jrictiltiirifit and puts in n good crop of wild oats thereby favoring the predictions of late female relations that he would certainly end his irthly career on tho gallows As If- to complete tho category of his mis irtunea ho falls in love Cincinualua like ho now reverses his occupations IInd takes to writing poetry of the rosered and violetblue Wad Now Isnt it pitiful that a boy should grow impatient of the sweetest and hap iest period of existence Unwise parents and guardians are too often to blame for the miscon iptions of tho true manliness in boy Thus conversation in the prew onoo of littlo Tommlo or Sumiuin il- loften the very dreg of imbecility wbat ho does tiny can say does do or- can do is repeated BO often in tho resence of visitors that ho is taught to regard himself an a very Import nnt personage and being a true imitator and born with an innate dciro to be a man he begins to paL- tern after his father whether he bo a humpbacked Vulcan or double faced Janus whether ho be addicted to tobacco stimulants or profanity ThJ- boy takes him for his classical prototype As a result of this kind of training the boys often regard their mothers oa weak nnd deem it a weakness on their part to bo kind or polite 0 girls or cats Henco they nro rude to sisters disrespectful to mothers anti barbarous to cats but to dogs never By some mysterious law of nature the boy anti dog are always mil follow well met Possibly thoro la a subconsciouBnoas u secret lepathy in their unuttered affeo tlons As the boy looks into the clear uplifted eyes of the dog be- sooms to say Nobody cares for uSi D are not appreciated pensioners on others bounty wo are passed tho ltray hones and crumbs as a recoin 3uso for chores But we are pals wa are going to stand by each other and if transmigration of souls bo trllo wo will meet In the beyond TO BE CONTINUED In hennaing new table linen to- I1void breaking needles rub tho under edgo of tho hem with Boap the noodle will then pull through easily TO CURB A COLI IN ONK DAY- Take LAXATlVli BKOMO Quinine Tablet uniOs refund money if it tails to cure K W GKOVIS signature U oo each boc 15I 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 badly when you cant conveniently get them SuggestionsTooth brushes powder or paste Toilet soap in metal cases or otherwise hair and cloth brushes toilet waters and perfumes combs sponges safety razors shaving materials headache tablets smelling salts talcum powder chamois skins footoasc corn plasters etc Let us show you d a The Porter Drug Co lNCO rOMTU GGG I Young Man Create I an Estate by insuring your ILife with the Oldest Company in the Ue SThe New England Mutual Life Insurance Company of Boston t1 I H C Woolf AgentIf 8 lgeG 8ttlDfIorKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKAK +tkkKKMK tKtf I Getting Comfortable f Is a fine art You cant 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the New LawI Irlie Term Common Carriers Include Railroads Express Companies Sleeping Cat Oompanle and Pipe Itneti Passes May Be Issued to Railroad Employes Authority of Commission to Fix Bate AaslilnstonFThe following Is a of lhi Important sections of the uairoiul rate bill totxiporntlimslit transportation of oil or other come modities except water by pipe line to- tlroeo engaged In transportation of paWnnprs or property by railroad or pt ty By raltrodU and partly by water III weep shoes Definpd1hr doe crjbed an follows rtht term common carrier as used- h1lhis act shall Jncludq express com p es and sleeping cor companies The t lrrailroad aa used In this act terriesfany railroad and also nlf the road in anlooseslidfcpure lftehB qad terminal fnellltlesof ortrj Kn3 tr Of necowwcy In the tlanIariliOn of the parsons or prop erty dMlgnated herein Alhtntrgc trade fur MW service ran derail or to be rendered In till trant ortAMon orpalllet11J1f11 or property as rfitoYMRld or in tooneetlon thirowitti tball lie JiMt and rMiwnabU and every upw8 and unrenMiuoble charge for mirk service or any part thereof II problblti ahd ftelr W be unlaw fulf Ia What Passes May De Issued The teotton relative to the Issuing of ratlway IWSMA Is as follow A IlbratfnIc siiUJtctto the provu lope of Oihi act shall herontttr dlroci fv or Indirectly lapse or give any in liirntiuiU tree ticket free pass or tree ttni Kirutlon for p M nscrg except t to bt4 sure pliyilglnns arlua1 end blInnnda JfiDIt mlmbeQh of their Im rthilllM1to min slersojrtelh glen kMMl and traveling orrtarlea of Young Moos Christian assoclUods In rifniM of hospitals and charitable ant jMr mo f ary InitUutlons to Indigent JIwtliuta knU homslwfl persons and to I 4eb peietps Weft transported by rltabte soctMIea grhoapttnla and r vee Mry agents emptoyetl In such nJtI1 Ivtrfnuteor soUtlers and of sol ilicra and Mltoo homwj tncludtni tJiow a6o it to enter and thgsa return f Jlnc HIM after dlsrharg under are nhtwMnU with toanlt of nunigei 4Nd male BuVyM trot eorvtil during the civil war to exnlon soldier ant- itans aid exconfederate soldier IMI tat owners and canstokeri of live jrtodk wb a trevll8 with such aUk nt when going to point of shipment or returning from point of delivery BxtipUons tp the Rule Provided that this provlilou shall not be eoMtrued to prohibit the Inter Cohanp of passes for the offleors agents red vmployet of cornea and member 4If their lramtllate famlllM nor to JprchibU 1111 carrier from carrying J1ft be with the object pf prt t Mptt Faust In cad of general opt rfctnlr pwtllcnee or other calamitous vuumums nor prevent such cornier from Riving free or reduced iranspor w n n trtJJJported to any D 1 lyeapujase bf supplying any nand or at such place Cannot Own Coal Mines ilSpntmfilcrfUMvar prohibited ii JrvD he state to DoitMr any article manufactured mlnf1 or produced by the carrier or undur Ira duthorffrd owned wholly of iDpor by tee earner except that pipe lark operated by oil companiesr stay transport their own commodities as vpll us those offered for transporta nily competitors iertinn 2 amends section 0 of the nrosent law to o tonnako It obligatory on the part of c rr orttito1file with the ffimmtmiion and open 10 thepnbllC schedules showlfig all sale fares and hn oa bClwveF 4lrtere1tpolntll on sown rout v nta on r rout B when a through rate la made and no change should bo made In fficw rates without Riving 30 days no i Qje of change It also provides for the filing of all contracts and agreements between different sir Penalties Are Provided flho penalties provided for violation lot theo rules hire as follows hat section 1 of tho act entitled An Set to further regulate coinemrce with atlltesllProvell Tbe willful failure upon the part of- poi cjxrrlef subject to said acts to file i l Not BoFoolish I cant understand why men drink WJlijk1Cf she taste Does H quench th Of pourae not he replied If It dfl el4rooIlshonpushto MrinfiTO WhTaTBo 4 Dally News Neutrall d Ofct lll Dltt ot tM tcrrlblo men that auToatobilemade little whole ago pnnlanaShetar lilnue taco BtntJlma11 and publish the tariffs or rates and charges as required by said acts or strictly to observe such tariffs until changed according to law shall bo a misdemeanor and upon conviction tnereot the corporation offending shall be subject to a tine of not less than 5 1000 nor moro than 20000 for each offense and It shall bo unlawful for any person persons or corporation to offer grant or give or to sollalt accept or receive any rebate concession or dill crimination In respect to the transpor tation of any property In Interstate or foreign commerce by any common car rier subject to said act to regulate commerce and the acts amendatory thereto whereby any such property shall by any device whatever be trans ported at a less rate than that named In the tariffs published and tiled by such carrier as Is required by said act to regulate commerce and the acts amendatory thereto or whereby any other advantage Is given or discrimin ation Is prllotlcedIlivery person or corporation who shall offer grant or give or solicit ac cept or receive any such rebates con cession or discrimination shall be deemed guilty or a misdemeanor and on conviction thereof shall bo punished by a tine of not lose than 1000 nor more that 10000 Provided that any person or any officer or director of any trrporatlon subject lo the provisions of this act or the act to regulate com manse and the acts amendatory there or or nay receiver trustee lessee agent or person acting for or employed IT any such corporation who shall bo onnvkited as aforesaid shall In addi lion to fine herein provided for be lla bra to Imprisonment In the peniten tiary for a term of not exceeding two years or both such tine and Imprison iwnt In the discretion of the court hvrry violation ot this section shall be luoMcutcd In any court of the United Steles having Jurisdiction of crimes within the district In which such vio lation was committed or through which the transportation may have tree conducted and whenever the of nso Is begun In one Jurisdiction and completed in another It may be dealt with Inquired of tried determined tad punished In either Jurisdiction in the some manner 08 if the offense had been actually and wholly committed therein Authorized to Fix Rates Section 16 authorises the Interstate oonunerce rolMwrf commission to fix rates as Sec 4 That section 15 of said act be amended so as to reed as follows Sec 16r That the commission Is au hearI jjatni of any common earlier It shall be of the opinion that any of the rates or charges whatsoever demanded charged or collected by any common carrier or carriers subject to the pro tlalons of this act for the transporta tion of persons or property as defined In the first section of this act or that any regulations or practices whhtso eve of such carrier or carrion affecting such rates are unjust or unreason able or unjustly discriminatory or Unduly preferential or prejudicial or oth erwise In violation of any of the provisions of this act to determine and pteacrlbe what will be the Just and reasonable rate or rates charge or Vhirgcs to be thereafter observed In such MIle as the maximum to be charged and what regulation or prac taco In respect to such transportation Is just fair and reasonable to bo thereafter followed and to make an order that the carrier shall cease and desist trom such violation to the extent to which tho commission find the same to elI and shall not thereafter publish demand or collect any rate or charge for such transportation In excess of the Maximum rate or charge so prescribed anil shall conform to the regulation or prattled so prescribed All orders of the commission except orders for tbe Payment of money shall take effect within auth reasonable time not less than 3 Odays and shall continue In force for such period of time not ex reeding two years as shall be pro scribed In the order ot the commU ion unless the same shall besuspend ed pr modlfled or set aside by the rom mission or bo suspended or set aside by a court of competent Jurisdiction Any person corporation or company who shall deliver property for inter steto transportation to any common carrier subject to tho provisions of this act or for whom as consignor or consignee any such carrier shall trans port property from one state territory or district of the United Slates to any other state territory or djstrlct of the United States or foreign country who shall knowingly and willfully by em ploye agent officer or otherwise directly or indirectly by or through any moans or device whatsoever receive or accept from such common carrier any Unfortunate FIrat Merchant Well cheer up old duck You never know your hick Second Dlttd Thars a fact X dout believe Ive ever seen mine First Merchant Always out I epoa 7 Head on a Pivot The trouble Is shes too fond of talking behind her back Macklferregular rubber inecln1=PnllaftdpfilaV Press sum of money Or any other ValuabU consideration s as a rebate or off el aunlnst the regular charges for trans nortatlon of such property as fixed bj the schedules of rates provided for la this act shall be deemed guilty of a fraud which Is hereby declared to be- D misdemeanor and shall upon con viction thereof In any court of tho United States of competent Jurisdic tion within the district where such of fense was committed In addition to troy other penalties provided by this act be subjected to a fine equal to three times tho sum of money BO roe celled or accepted and three times tho value of any other consideration so re ceived or accepted to be ascertained by the trial court and In the trial for such offense all such rebates or other considerations so received or accepted for a period of six years prior to the commencement of the action may be considered and the said fine shall be three times the total amount of money or three times the total value of such considerations so received or accepted ni the case may be Provided that the foregoing penalties shall not apply to rebates or considerations received prior to the passage and approval of this act In addition to the above the commis sion 11 empowered to make Joint ratea Orders of the Commission Any carrier any officer representa tive or agent ot a carrier or any re ceiver trustee lessee or agent of either of them who knowingly tails or noglccU to obey any order made Under the provisions ot section 15 of this act shall forfeit to the United States the sum of 6000 for each offense leery distinct violation shall bo a sep arate offense and In case of a continu ing violation each day shall be deemed a separate offense Provision for Court Review Tbe courtreview provision of the bill Is as follows- If any carrier falls or neglects ta obey any order of the commission other than for tbe payment of money while the same Is In effect any party injured thereby or the commission in Its own name may apply to the circuit court In the district where such carrier has Its principal operating office or In which the violation or disobedience of such order shall happen for an en forcement of such order Such application shall bo by petition which shall state the substance ot the order and th9 respect In which the carrier has failed of obedience and shall be served upon the carrier In such manner as the court may direct end the court shall prosecute such Inquiries and mko such investigations through such means as I shall deem needful In tho ascertain ment of the facts at Issue or which may arise upon the hearing of such petition If upon such hearing as the mart may determine to be necessary It appears that the order was lawfully madeand duly served and that the courier Is In disobedience of the same the court shall enforce obedience to such order by a grit of Injunction or other proper process mandatory or otherwise to restrain such carrier its officers agents or representatives from further disobedience of such order or to enjoin upon It or them obedience to the same and In the enforcement of such process the court shall have those powers ordinarily exercised by It In compelling obedience to Its writs of Injunction and mandamus From any action upon such petition on appeal shall lie by either party to the supreme court of the United States and In such court the case shall havd priority In hearing and determination UlmlnallcaUIescate or suspend the order appealed tiouiTtuv socalled Allison provision provides that all cases for the annulling of a rate as made by the commission should be brought fn the district where the carrier against whom such order of requirement may have been made has its principal omceIOther provisions of the bill provide that the commission shall be empow ered to require annual reports from all common carriers and providing that such reports shall be of the fullest character giving the commission at comI term of two years or both is decreed for any examiner who shall wrongly divulge information acquired through examinations of accounts Circuit and district courts are to have jurisdiction to Issue writs of mandamus compell ing common carriers to obey the orders ot the commission Duns of lad lag are to be Issued by any common carrier accepting goods for transporta tion making railroad companies table for loss or damage done in transit over their or any other line Tho commission Is empowered to employ spe cial agents or examiners with full powers This act takes effect and Is la forco from and after Its passage The Interstate commerce commission will consist of seven members who shall draw salaries of 10000 per an num ench Explanation Myar Your friend Cutter always speaks well of everybody Oyor M6ro force of habit Myor Howa that ayer He used to carve epitaphs oa tombetonra Chicago DMJy News Certainly Took ItRedd Hpw did tho horse take the hurdle itoday- QreenerAll right He took It about 20 yards with YonKers Statesman I WILL VISIT PANAMA President Hoosevelt to Personally InspecLJhe Canal Zone Chairman Shonts of the Canal Com mission May Also Go Along The Itinerary Is Now Be Ing Arranged Washington President Roosevelt Is going to Panama noxt November and if as the result of his visit swift progress Is not mado Iii the construction of the canal there will be some quiet changes In the per i sonnel of the government force en gaged In that great undertaking Secretary of War Tuft under whose su pervision the intoroceanlc waterway Is being built will accompany him Many people doubtless will gasp when they read this news but to those oho know how full of surprises the president is It will not be such a se vere mental Jolt The president wants tho canal built as rapidly as possible Ho has never been to the Isthmus and consequently has no personal knowledge of tho conditions under which the Immense force Is working There toro what Is more natural than for him to make up his mind to go down and find out for himself That Is the Kooscveltlan way and that is all thero is to it The president will be setting a prey relent in leaving thn confines of tho country over which he presides as chief magistrate but that does not matter to him Since ho has been In tho white house Mr Roosevelt has mashed and created more precedents than any of his predecessors Prece donut do not worry him any more than conventionalities Ho will travel In a proba1blyat least part of the way If not tho entire distance The president actu ally went outside the country when ho returned by sea from Now Orleans last r year but this time he will go to a foreign land situated a long distance from his own I At Panama ho will make a personal Inspection of tho canal route and they work already done When he returns to Washington and sends his annual t message to congress ho will be able to discuss that momentous subject In a manner more comprehensive than before The has a hnblt lIand1Lastsubmarine torpedo boat behaved when In action ho spent an hour or two aboard tho Plunger in Long Island Sound near his home at Oyster Bay The countrys mouth opened wide in araas ment and awe when the newspapers story next day Bcoros of Incidents many equally startling could bo related In order to show this refreshing trait of his RECEIVED BY THE KING NorwegianAmerican Delegation Spent TwentyFive Minutes at Court Trondhjem Norway The plans for receiving the Norwegian American delegations having boon changed King Haakon and Queen Maud receiv ed tho several delegations combined The entire court was present The pilgrims from the United States spent 25 minutes with tho king and queenI Dr Daae of Chicago first hddress congratulating King Haakon on his ascension to the throne and ex pressing assurances of the affection of Norwegians In America for Nor way He then handed the king tho address engrossed ou parchment King Haakon thanked tho delegations saying ho was fully aware of the value orIi helped upon duties of his office to know that he had their friendship and moral sup gratlficaI I icans I Mr and Mrs William J Dryan left Trondhjem for North Cape AUTOMOBILE OVERTURNED Gasoline Exploded and Roasted a Woman To Death Los Angeles CalIn tho overturn ing of an automobile running at j CO miles an hour In Pasadena and i tho subsequent explosion of the one gine Mrs J J Cordorl was pinioned under tho machine and roasted to death John Henderson the chauf feur was so badly burned ho probably will die and Mrs Ella May Mor rls an artist from Pueblo Col was also burned and bruised One Case of Yellow Fever New Orleans LaOno case of yel low fever was reported at the Mis sissippi river quarantine station 97 miles below New Orleans This tathe first case of yellow fever reposed In Louisiana this year by the state brand of health The patient U a Cuban sailor who arrived at quarnntina on Juno 18 on the steamer holstein from Havana v Released on Bond Sioux Palls Sr DJudge Jonas of the circuit court has approved tho 25000 bond upon which tho state supreme court ordered that Mrs Kaufmann accused of the murder of Agnes Polrels her servant should be released from Jail Shower of Green Frogs Alton IlLA heavy rain storm ac companied by a gale swept over Alton and a deluge of little green frogs was precipitated They foil so plentifully that thousands wero hop around the street I STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST I- IRATES REDUCED i fit l The State Railroad Commission Makes Its Report Frankfort ICy Juno 21Tl1e tato railroad commission announced Its ruling In tho matter of freight rale regulation which baa been under Inj vestlgatlon for six months past opinion of the commission sustains the contentions of shippers In all sections of the state that they have been die entire ITakluCo as a basis It operating the greatest number of mllca of road In the shito the commission orders a reduction of Its mileage scale by 25 per cent on all I classes of freighton tboimaln stem the Knoxville division and tho Cum berland Valley division In order to bring the rate to that In effect on tha Kentucky Central Lexington dl visionAll of the other roads In the state are brought down to this basis It affects mainly the Illinois Central on class rates Its short haul rates being even greater than those of the Louisville Nashville Co KENTUCKY CLUB WOMEN They Hold Interesting Session at Mt Sterling Mt Sterling Ky June 23Tho State Federation of Womens clubs opened with the first vice president Mrs W T Lafferty of Cyntiilnna In the chair lint James A Loach of Louisville discussed tho topic Help ful Hints For Club Members which was responded to In short talks by a large number of the delegates After a spirited debate by delegates from several points Sholbyyllle was select ed ns tho next place of meeting The following officers wore chosen Presi dent Mrs Charles P Weaver Louis vllle first vice president Mrs James A Mitchell Cynthlana second vice president Mrs Mary Wlnn Lockrldgn i Mt Sterling corresponding secretary Miss Lula M Bras Louisville re cording secretary Mlsav jjrpllno Berry Lexington treasurer M Lecher ni ken Harrodsburg auditor Miss Lula IIndsoy Frankfort general federation secretary Miss Luella Boyd Coving tonI KENTUCKY EDUCATORS i I New Officers and Decide to Meet Next Year In Winchester Bdwllng Green Ky Jun22ThJ KentuckyEducational association ad journed to meet at Winchester Ky next year A resolution was adopted for the appointment of threq members as a commission to reorganUq and In GeorgeIwero Carsdalo Hnmlett of Hopkins vllle president and Mrs Cora Wilson Smith of Morehuad IL Co McKee of Frankfort unit H II Chorry of this city us vice presidents T W Vlri son of Luxlhgton was elected seer I tary and I H Bocthc of Olive 11111 treasurer SEIZED PORK LOINS And Sent Them To the Fertilizer Works Louisville Ky June 21Dr S A Bradley local live stock anti meat Inspector caused to be seized and sent to a fertlUicr works 2400 pounds of pork loins hold In cold storage The officials of then storage company re futied to state to whom tho pork belonged r rKidnaped Baby Girl Lexington Ky Juno ITho kid naping of his baby girl by Vincent O Roberts ut Santa Monica Cal soy eral days ago caused somewhat of a flutter In this city where Roberts and his wire formerly lived Mrs Roberts went to California B vemiubn1hs ago to buy a home and Roberts followed six weeks ago and Joined till wife In Santa Monica Think Willis the Man Dover Ky Juno 2tIt is thought that R H VHJls stole the harness he sold In Covington from farmers lu this section Mr Devore Qeorgo Schubert and Harry Smoot each of whom lost a set of buggy harness loft for Coving ton to take a look at the hnrnq Willis had and If they can Identll them bo will be brought here Appointed Judge FrankfortDKY i3 jGov Beck ham John MY Lasslng ot Boone coUnty to tho vacancy on tho court of appeals bench created by the resignation of Judo Payntor Judge leasing lB at present Judge of the 15th Judicial district Served With Distinction Campbellsvlllo Ky June 22Capt- n B Jetor 80 who served with die tinction In tho federal army is dead Ho was the promoter and did moro to have the branch railroad from Leba non to Greensburg built than nay oth or two men lie was a grand old man To Succeed Wood Frankfort Ky Juno 22Gov Beck ham appointed D A McCandless ot Hurt county to succeed the late David O Wood as commonwealths attorney of the Tenth circuit court district of Kentucky t ABSENCE OF SIGNAL LIGHT Led To Discovery of Robbery of Rail road Station Agent Brent Ky June 23 =Tho absence of a signal light In front of the C O railroad station at Brent Ky led to the discovery that the telegraph operator W E Lawwill bad been chloroformed bound and gagged by men who workingjHo had been in charge of the station in Brent for about two weeks Soon after the news of the holdup was tele phoned to the C O authorities say oral of their detectives were placed upon the case and Immediately sent lo the sceneABNER AND SMITH Alleged Assassins Are Under Arrest At Last Lexington Ky June 23John Smith and John Abner alleged to have been employed to assassinate Dr Cox tho Jackson physician who was shot have been arrested after eluding the officers for months The men were arrested by Deputy Sheriff Shade Fu Gate They had come within a mile ot town and then sent for Fugate The men were taken before County Judge Taulbee County Attorney Haglns an nounced that tho state was not ready to proceed with the trial Judge Taul bee passed the case in the meantime ordering the men to Jail NARROW ESCAPE Infuriated Citizens Threaten Summary Vengeance Lexington ify Juno 2LJohn Thornton and George Holly negroes were saved from the hands of Infuriated citizens on tho Richmond pike bj the arrival of County Detective J Waller Marshall The negroes had been terrorizing the people along tha road for several days They appeared at the home of George Bently a farmer and threatened his young daughter Rose Detective Marshall lironght the negroes to Jail and they were indicted OFFICIALS CLASH The Governor May Interfere With the Magistrate Louisville Ky June 22 Servile work on Sunday In to be forbidden The state statute will bo enforced by Magistrate F J Hoffman and his con stable Robert Bartholomew of tha Second magisterial district The gov nrnor has sent a telegram stating that he would use tho pardoning power to prevent any magistrate making the sa loonclosing law odious Trouble Is ex pected between the chief cxecutlva and the magistrate Railway Policemen Frankfort Ky June 23Upon the recommendation of the railroad oat I dais and In pursuance of an act of the last legislature Gov Beckham ape pointed the following railroad police men T R Griffin of Somerset T A Connlngham of Wllllamstown J H Crane of Lexington G T Helm of Danville and O T Morrow of Som erset for the Cincinnati Southcra railroadtIllegal Distilling Louisville Ky Juno 22Peter Blt zer a saloonkeeper at Twelfth and Grayson streets and his son Clarence Bluer spro arrested In connection with the seizure of the Cane Run vinegar works Peter Bltzer Is charged with having illegally retailed and din tilled whisky I Editor Slugged Lexington Ky June 21 Louis Pl cher a noted Kentucky Journalist was the victim of an assault by highwaymen near the Southern depot He was not able to cope with the combined strength of the two footpads who attacked him Filcher Is editor of tha NIchoiasvllle Democrat Struck By Pay Car e Brldwcll Ky June 20 Qrover Lankford 22 years old single employed by the I C It R Co as bridge car porter at East Cairo Ky was struck by a pay car and killed lie JIved at Huntington renn- taulsvllleTobacco Market Louisville Ky Juno 21Jlve hun dyed and ton hhda of barley were of varyingyfrom thirtysix hhds of dark were offered at prices varying from SUO to 750 TwoClerk Frankfort Ky Juno 21W n OConnell of Montgomery county now Chief deputy in tho clerks office of the court of appeals has announced his candidacy for the democratic nomina tion for cleric of tho court of appeals Dropped Out of Sight Cloverport Ky June 3An un known man about 45 years old supposed to be lassos after running through tho woods ran Into a cava near Tar Springs and dropped Into a pit tho bottom of which tine nqver been found Redwine Resigns Frankfort Ky June 23The reslg nation of Judge David D Redwlne as a member of tho state board of con rol for charitable Instlutlons has Vem received nt the state executive otilca and been afccepled by this governor r I 1 o80eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeooeoeoeoeOoeoeo eo 0- i Eastern Kentucky Newsie e Ho correipoUeie pablUhtA clew deed la taU by ths wrtttr Tb o It sot for palliation bit U u fi4llet of food iltk Writs plalntyo e e- o 0- eoooooooooeoeoeoooeooeoeoe eoeoeoeoeoeoe MADISON COUNTY IIICKOUY PLAINS Juno 2GMrs Fred Johnson f spent a few lays of last week with hor parents Mr and Mm W E Harris Miss lola Harris spent Sun dry night with Miss Maggio Adams Mr and Mrs Dan Maupin wore the guests last Sunday of Will Smith and family at Whites Station Mrs Alice Clark of Wallaceton was the guest over Saturday of Miss Maggie Adams Miss Bottie M Herndon is visiting relatives in Boylo county Mr and Mrs Barclay and Mr and Mrs Quinn of Shorloy Ill visited Mr and Mrs Loo Maupiu at Whites Station last week Miss Maggie Adams and Mr Willie Pritchott went to tho Glades Sunday night and attended the Christian Endeavor Mr R R Harris and family moved to Bcrea last week Messrs R R Harris Boost More James Anderson their families and Mrs Kiz Corn llson and son Paul went to Slato Lick Sunday Miss Nellie Isaacs spent Saturday night with Miss lola Harris Mrs Eli Cornelison Jr is expect ing her cousin Miss Harper Bogie of Missouri today Harbor Smith together with his aunts Mrs Cole of Colorado and Mrs Jones of Illinois has boon visiting in Boyle county tho past weekMrs Jim Davis and children of Paint Lick were the guests of Mrs Joo Maupin over SaturdayROCKCASTLE COUNTY ItOCK FORD Juno IOM B McGuire who has been sick is some beUorEgbert Anderson of Ky visited his sister Mrs J W Todd Saturday and Sunday Misses Virgia Martin and Annie McGuire visited Mae Todd Saturday nightMr T C Viars wont to Borea Monday on business Mr and Mrs J E Dalton of Rich mond Ky visited Mr T C Viars SundaySundayschool at Scaffold Cane is progressing nicelyHarve- and N E Anderson visited relatives hero Saturday and SundayMr R L Anglin of Climax visited friends near this plant Sunday Mrs Nora McGuire visited Mrs Jnnio McCrack en Saturday and Sunday Miss Bee cie Todd who has boon visiting relatives near Richmond returned home Saturday Miss Virgia Payne of Disputanta visited her cousin Miss Mattie McGuire Thursday night June 2GMiss Mattie McGuire is visiting friends near Disputanta this week William Bryant of Carters ville Ky attended church at Mace donia SundayTaylor Abney and wife visited J J Martin and wife Sunday Rcttio McCollom visited Bertha Rich Saturday and Sunday Ely Duller who has been sick is out again CONWAY Juno 2uMiss Gertio Pullens has boon sick for the past two weeks She is ImprovingMrs W M Coffee has returned from Fnirlnnd 111 where she has spent three weeks with her daughter Wo had a storm in this part of the country Saturday which did great damagoT C Bullen visited relatives on Clearf Crook Sunday evening R E Mayo was at Conway SundayN S Berry visited John Coffee of Wildie Sunday JamC8 Wolf and his brother Tom of Wild ie attended singing at Scaffold Cane Sunday evening H H Wood L of Wildie called on relatives at Conway Sunday j UISlUTANTA Juno 25 There was Sunday school at Clear Creek Sunday Elijah Abney of Brush Creek is visiting friends on Clear Creek Mollie and Lizzie America and Lulu Owens visited their sister Mrs Chas Drew of Johnetta Mrs Abney vis ited her father last week at Brush CrookTaylor Auglin of Climax t spent Sunday with Reuben Abnoy There wore several from here who attended the celebration at Berea last Saturday and say they bad a fine tlmoDorn to James Cope and wife a girl CLIMAX Juno 2GLast Saturday wo had i the most violent storm ovor witnessed by your correspondent in Kentucky Strong trees and fences wore blown i down barns unroofed oto Tho ground is very wet and farmers aro late Supt Ballard was through here last week on business HOB J L Chasteon of Loveland Colo who has been gone 40 years visited his many relatives here last week Ho has not seen any of thorn in that r timo except one sister Ho says that tho old home and tho people do not look anything like what he expected W J Chaateen and Oscar wont to peoplefromHope SundayLester Clark of Dill putants visited his uncle Jasper r T M Bowman near here Saturday and SundaySome of onr neighbors are killing their dogs on account of the dog lawTeachers are all getting ready to attend the teachers institute which begins at Mt Vernon July 2 and all seem to be rejoicing over the fact that they will be allowed time for attending Mrs Laura Scott has more young turkeys than anyone we have seenMrs Emma Gatliff and Mrs Elizabeth Smith visited Mrs Nannie Chasteen last week Wt hope our neighbors will subscribe for Tho Citizen JACKSON COUNTY HUGH June 2GCrops in this vicinity are doing finely Grace Parks and her brother visited Mrs Levi Powell SundayW R Bongo and son went to Richmond on business Saturday George Bengo and sister were guests at Solon Azbills home Sunday night Tho families of Steve Englo and Mrs Jordan visited Mrs Robert Hale a week ago Saturday night MaryMorrJune 10th we wish them a tong and happy life George Combs John Hale and Chester Parka of Mote visited George Bongo Saturday night Mrs Alice Stewart of California Mrs Elizabeth Hale Mrs Mary Pow ell Alex Perry and wife and Robert Hale and family were entertained at Robert Bongos home Sunday Mrs Maggie Ogg and daughter are visit ing her parents bereBrother Par sons will preach at tho Lawsly Fork school house on July 7th everybody is invited to comeMrs Alice Ste wart Mrs Elizabeth Hole and Mrs Alice Benge are visiting Mrs Ramsey at McKee this week- KVKROIIKKX June lOWo ore having lots of rain but crops are doing flneMar ried last Thursday Mrs Alpha Amyx and Joseph Smith Mary Morris Ellie Perry Florence Durham and Tiny Williams were among those present at the ceremony Old uncle Jacob Lake and Wm Lake are very nJMrs Catherine McCollum visit eel her daughter Mrs Ollie Calahan SundayAmos McCollum was the guest of Joel Lake SundayCashO- riffoa and M J Rose have gone into the crosstie business Will Beck is ready for his oat harvest Louis Griffon has quit dealing in hogs this yearSAND GAP June lBMrs J R Durham is on the sick list but is slowly recovering Uncle Shelton Harrison is seriously ill and recovery Is doubtful Many of this vicinity attended Commence ment and G A R Encampment at BorenHon Godfrey Rader and wife of McKee passed through here yesterday on their way home from Louisville where they had been at tending homecoming week Emma Johnson our former teacher recently paid an extended visit to friends and pupils hero Miss Johnson is an un usually bright and cheerful lady and we are all glad indeed to welcome her again Last Thursday tho wed ding bells rang out in token of the uniting of Valentine Williams and Martha Durham The groom is a handsome and intelligent young far mer and the son of James Williams of this place and tho bride is tho beautiful and accomplished daughter of John Durham of Kerby Knob This wedding is considered the swel lest affair of the season and their many friends wish them suc cess and happinessMaggie Durham and brother Jesse visited relatives on Chestnut Flat Saturday and Sunday James Durham has returned from Lancaster where he has been visit ing relatives Hrs Frank Jones of Kerby Knob visited her parents Mr and Mrs Newton Hurley of this place Saturday and Sunday Chas and Edward Durham attended church at Clover Bottom Sunday Sherman Durham visited relatives on Dry Fork SundayA P Gabbard and wife attended the G A R Encamp meat at Berea last week Subscribe for the Citizen and get the news CLAY COUNTY BURNING SPRINGS June 26The school at Burning Springs begins on July gth with Professor Brock and Miss Haagen as teachers Everybody is preparing to have his children attend school and- a large number is expected Prof Holcomb of Okmulgee I T is now visiting friends at Burning Springs He ia a former teacher of this place and visited the now school building looked through the library and- seemed delighted with the changes that have recently boon made He is also a former teacher of Berea College Prof Holcomb says he has just had the pleasure of visiting Louisville during the homecoming weekProf Brock has been very busy for the last wook making some changes at tho school building got ting ready for schoolRev Jones of Jackson county hold a revival during last week the attendance was very good indeedQuito a number of people from hero nttetuleel the picnic at String Town Saturday Din ner was spread for everybody They also had fine music by the band and all reported swell timoMr Henry and Gilbert Maggard dentists of this place have now gone to Hydcu to do dental work during this month The seen to 10 very successful in the business A girl was born to the wife of Dr Hornsby Both the father and mother are greatly pleased it is the thirteenth in number John Smith a well known farmer of this place is through working his crops and has gone to Hamilton Ohio to work during the summerJ L Rowlings n merchant of this place has just returned from Knoxville whero he has been purchasing goods for tho season Mra Bob Thompson of Manchester is visiting her parents J L Rawlings and wife of this place John D Rawlings lost a line horse last week ho was offered V2t for him just a few days before he died Mr Rawlings seems to bo very unlucky as this is the second horse that has died within the last year Martin McCreary has enrolled his name in tho teachers list this vear Ho Ian promising young nan millwe are sure ho will make a successful teacher Simon G Muncy a former student of Berea College is now via iting his relatives anti friends hero Ho is iu Uncle Sams service Had stationed at Kansas CitlIoJohn Rawlingn returned Saturday from n visit at Sextons Creek Sunday night Burning Springs was visited by a severe rain storm during which lightning traveled along tho pipe lino and set fire to the famous gas well After spirited fight for an hour tho games were extinguished much to the joy of all OWSLEY COUNTY GAIlltAIU June 2tAll growing crops were much refreshed last week with a good rainAllen Davidson of Eversolo was here last Sunday The noise of the old Pharoah plague has disap pearedMre Lincoln HolinoC Ever sole is in tho photograph business Walter Reynolds of Lebanon Ohio is hero on a short visit anti will take his plunder and make his homo there for a while Tho young est daughter of Mr Mono Molntwh of Cow Creek was recently found dead in his weltlIon TP Gab bard and Miss Amanda Moore both of Cow Creek were recently united in the holy bonds of wedlock Mr and Mrs Gabbard were both former students of Berea Mr Gabbard al so being teacher for one year Taylor is now representative from this district Many friends give them kind wishes for their future welfare and prosperity in lifeRev George Miller was to preach at this place last Sunday but failed to make his appearance Rev App Murrolan old man in leis seventies was present and spoke for a short while Isaac Clouse and his partner Mr Oliver were hero last week giving religious entertainments with their magio Inn tern They gavo an entertainment at tho school house at this place last Saturday night showing many scenes from Christs life and of the holy land which were very interest lug Rev Clouso preached on Sun day night at the homo of George W Gabbard On Monday night they went on to Cow Creek and other places to hold entertainments IUCKTOWN Juno 23Farmers are getting along well with their crops and some are through while others are pre paring to lay byEugono Garrett was at Boouevillo Friday and Satur day during examination daysTom Bowman of Buck Creek visited Ar thur Garrett last Saturday and Sun day Ho brought hs camera and made some pictures for tho young folks at Sunday school Letchor Gabbard took the examination again and raised his grade from an average of 85 to 88 and a fraction Ho was not satisfied with his grade tho first time and determined to do better tho secondMike Gabbard and son Chester who now reside in Boron made a short visit to Owsley last week Mr Gabbard expects to make Berea his home for some timoSto phen Baker of this place has been arrested anti taken off chargedwith having made and passed counterfeit money It is a plain case against Baker as ha had passed several ten dollar bills and his utensils and paint with which he did tho work wore found in his barn Some of the boys of this and adjoining places are planning to go to Ohio to work after thoyiaro through with their crops as it is said that better wages are offered at Hamilton and Kings Mills than they can find elsewhere Rev JIm Creech filled his appointment at this place Friday night and preached an interesting sermon Clouso and Olivers religious shows or magic lantern entertainments wore exhibited at Grassy Branch last Fri day night and atthe lower school house Saturday night Mr Clouse i i f also preached at Grassy Branch SUP day morning after Sunday school Our Sunday school Is in avery thriv dug condition now and wa fool that our work is not in vain as wo seethe crowds of young children with happy bvmning faces romo in nail take their planes anti their good lea sons and ready answers show that they have soate interest iu their work Our debuting is still Iwlng carried on and the stirring orations that are given by some of tho members show that they are progressing llnoly Some of our young toncheni are preparing to commence school tho liral of July Then in the happy tune for our young people as school days are considered by man the happiest ones of life as well as the most benielicial OHIO NEWS IIV5IIITON June 2GTho farmers hero pare begun to harvest their wheat whirl is somewhat light this IurChor1 ries and rnsplrorrius are quito plenti ful here this year selling for seven und ton cents u quartEel Moore who has boon employed by tho Champion Paper Co recently was called to his hone in Jackson county Ky last week to see his wife who li- tsickO ML Reynolds anti wife have returned homo from Heron where they attended tho G A R Kucaiup went They say they would have enjoyed it hotter had they IXNIII well Leonard Eckort and rift are re joicing over the arrival of n 9pouuei girl at their homo Tho will not wonder at Mr KckertH brad smile when ho learns that this Is their first Ho anti his wife wow residents of Newport KyA fine toy was also Ixmi to Granvillv John Ron and wifo of Kentucky With these Kentuckians and a row others like your correspondent Grand View addition to Hamilton will Imvo n pretty fair population till coming from tho old Blue Grass stateMra- nd Mrs Charloy P Reynolds nail fromIMeredith Gablmnl and family at preset they are staying with Mr Reynolds fatherWe are misprised as well as sorry to learn of tho do parture of our worthy editor Mr Tupper but wolcomo our now editor Dr Cookand wish them both sue cscfw in their now fields of duty Wei realize tho fact that tho editors place is like the country school texichors one is never given credit for what he does ILLINOIS NEWS TIWCOLA IMlUeiLAS COUNTY Juno 1SWo have boon having some rainy weather hero but the fanners are all at work nWIIITho Misses Della nnd Hattie Hemcock worn visitor at Arthur Sunday Mrs Milt Eulaw was shopping in TIIH cola Saturday There will lx nu ice cream supper at Bourbon Saturday night Nannie VanWinklo visited Beesio Martin Sunday J W Mar tin spout Sunday In Ninvman Hued Martin and W II Day from Camar 50 drove to town Saturday night John Foster and Boss Campboll drove through Bourbon Sunday Nellie Martin visited Bessie Martin Sunday The Fioklln Band boys expect to give another Ice cream supper Satur 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