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rJAMBS
JAMES M RACER
An
EJ Independcai Weekly
Editor and Publisher Dovoted to the
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MRACERTH E C I Interests of
lcIilIMIIIII4Un Rntrrtit nl Ike at Berta Ay 01 tOIl II rIZEN THE HALF HOME PRICE FARM UNTIL JUNE SCHOOL 4
y IO IV A Family Pallor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 28 1903 One dollar a rear NO 99 I
r IDEAS I
IiIDEAS
Nnn are so weary an tlioso who
never work
1 Much labor in unsown BO that tanks
It iiHiially iMMm < af ir than they lint
Tim bwit time to help M oplu gener
I lnil IN whet they wish to ho helped
To eoiniiiniiil onnn spirit IH the IIrllt
Htttp towards rommaniiiog out ties
tiny
j TAKE NOTICE
Joni lueucenlenI anil Iliiine
NPIIII lulr luim C
Ktimmnlwr that Graduates Sundny
in in ninny ways the greatest day in
the year and true IIOrlllUII by Mr Vnu
Horn next Suudiiy inoriiiiii will Im
One In do iitt nil good
I Only six duN more See piige
fi Iollllllll M
TIH Fiftieth AnniverHary of Ho ma
church town and College will IH
reehratt in Iliu Ttdwrnaclo noxt
Sunday evening at 2tO with itddrefcM
by Irnfewtor HOKIrHi
Important to Milmcrilinrs
Hl B IIIIKO n coliiinu I
TliH exprclHivi in connection with
Decoration day on Snttmlay will be
gin at 100 n in nt tilt Tabernacle
lion A K W ill 11011 of Ixtnisville
will deliver the priucipnl address
Kino program of funeral exercises at
1 C p in
FROM THE WIDE WORLD
A MiHond Boor colony iHlolweNtah
lishtttl in Mexico
Turk burmd a village in Mace
I donin and deHtroyed I CO live Wont
I en and girls nun + outraged and rate
stand
deredPaul
Paul thou + t Max OIMItliltl thin
I wtek in Pnrit from the effect of an i
nHTHtii > n performed last year for ap
xnidrililu I
lu an automobile race in France six
pornoun weni killed threw fatally and
411m seriously injured It in thought
that automobile racing will hereafter
IM prohibited in Franco
Cuba has celebrated the find an
nirereary of Cuban lndeKtideuce
The years progress has Iwxm remark
t
able The surplus him increased
from s MO000 to J2OW000 The
death rate has dccreafted more than
8 per cent The capacity of the Cu
Imim for self government hat gone lit
jond the exHxlntiotm of the world
IN OUR OWN COUNTRY
1Lost Saturday Irrn lloos veltH
Jr10UK journey was half over when he
reached Seattle Washington
Mark Twain the humoriHt his wife
and two daughter are ill nt their
home on the Hudson
Twp million dollars of buried lrean
lire k alleged to hnvo lawn found iu
Wwtvrn Oklahoma
Cloudbursts in Oklahoma have ran
detest hundreds homelpnH and result
wl in property damage aggregating
over f lOOWX
The Itureaii of Ordinance of the
War department has decided on the
1M inch rillu to be used for service aH
it in morn accurate easier handled and
will ho nerved to infantry cavalry ar
lillery and marines The Springfield
armory will at onco begin to mauu
fuel ore the new weapon
Three thousand muii employed in
nine tannerieH in Milwaukee Win
went on n strike Monday
Thn anniversary of the
birth of Ralph Waldo Emerson the
great American essayist was observed
ill many cities on Monday
COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY
< Infantry troops from Frankfort
Lexington and Sholbrville and forty
membera of tho Louisville artillery
hat t llioll have been ordered to Jack
son Urealhitt county in connection
with Marcuin murder cane
Oov Mookham will be called on to
appoint a special judge to try Caleb
Powers the Court of Appeals having
sustained the motion that Judge Can
trill vacate the bench
The special grand jury at Jackson
Hreathitt county on Monday indicted
t Curtis Jelt and Thomas White harg >
ml with the assassination of J B
Marcuin
MarcuinTie
Tie Louisville Baptist Orphans
Home nt First and St Catherine Sta
Louisville is the main beneficiary un
dHr the will of Capt W F Norton
Jr It in estimated that the Home
HomeV
700000
700000Ouly NV duyfl more Hen page
5 col n in 11 3
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FIELD DAY
This Great Event of the Year for Berea passes off
in Fine Style
Norman Williams wins medal for most points taking six
firsts Howard Hall boys win mile relay raceBerea
takes tennis match from Georgetown Suf fern makes
fas time on the dashes
By nine oclock on last Thurmlay I
morning a large crowd had assembled
at the fair grounds to witness track I
and field events of Heron College I
Though no phenoniinal records were
made yet the occasion must ho voted
a decided success The need for long
and faithful training NO often shown
iu every walk of life was again force
ably emphasized by Thursdays re
stilts JtJurthOHO who took part had
trained carefully enough to do their
very Lw tnml those who had given most
attention to their training in most
cases were easy winners while those
who had trained little made a poor
showing
Norman Williams proved himself
quite an athlete taking first in each
of the nix events he entered which
gave him iO oints and the medal
P O Dt rthick won the mile run
for the second year in succession
The event which perhaps attracted
the moat interest was the mile relay
run between Spencer CaolieUi Green
and Ooius for Howard Hall Hoda
picked team composed ol Derlhick
Errant Hatch and Leahy Dertbick
beat Spencer on the first quartet
Krnst increased the lead on Canfield
for the second quarter Green for
Howard Hall made good gains on i
Hatch in the third quarter and
Goius passed Leahy in the fourth
quarter winning for Howard Hall by
in splendid lead
Suffern our fastest runner kept up
his reputation by waking the M and
100 yard dashes in the same time as
I that made by Yale and Harvard in
their great annual athletic meet last
Saturday lie was but one fifth of a
i second slower on the 20 yard dish
The tennis match with Georgetown
College was a decided success especi
ally as Berea camo off winners By
preliminary matches Young and
Frost were selected to represent Berea
Bradley and Hicks represented
Georgetown The winners of three
sots out of five won the match I
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KENTUCKS SILVERJONOUED
ORATOR
Kentukcys silver tongued orator
Col Goo W Bain whose voice is
never raised except iu behalf of that
which is pure and true and who is
more widely known than almost any
other son of Kentucky to day is to
give the address before the Literary
Societies on Tuesday night June 2
His subject is The Safe Side of Life
for Young Men
Col Bain will also be present on
the morning of Commencement Day
and doubtless be called on to speak
from the platform
Col Bain is constantly in demand
in all parts of the United States
He has spoken at Chautauqua a dozen
times at Ocean Grove N J thirty
sixtimea at Moundville W Va twen
ty times at Chickering Hall New
York sixteen times at Lakeside Ohio
Obiolsix
six times at Silver Lake N Y I
twentytwotimea and In hundreds of I
other lecture courses and Chautauqua II
assemblies from Boston to San Fran
cisco PranI
c
I The summary of uvsnts
I 50yd dash handicap fi yds Suf
fern scratch Canfield iirst Leahy
second SunVn third SunernH
time Ti 2 f seconds
100yd dash handicap 12 yds
Stiffen scratch Caufield first Black
second Suffern third Sn hems
time 10 15 seconds
220yd dash handicap 15 yds
SufTern scratch Coins first Canfield
second Green third Sulferna
time 22 15 seconds
Mile relay won by Howard Hall
team Time 4 minutes 12 seconds
Mile run Derthick first Black
second Damon third Time fi min
4 seconds
secondsRifle
Rifle Match Treadway first A
Hunt second Ross third Score
thirteen sixteenths inches
Shot put Bristol Taylor first
Leahy second Williams third Dill
tance 2l feet
High kick Leahy first Kise
second Height 7 ft 2 iu
Baseball throw Williams first Tay
lor second Ernst third Distance
2JU feet
Polo vault Carr first Maltby
second Williamson third Height
8 ft 2 in
Standing broad jump Williams
first Canfield second Taylor third
Distance 9 f1101 inches
Running broad jump Williams
first Canfield second Taylor third
Distance 17 ft 7 in
Running hopstep and jump Wil
llama first Williamson second Tay
lor third Distance 10 ft 9 in
Standing hopstep and jump Wil
liams first Taylor second Distance
10 ft
ftRunning
Running high jump Williams first
Williamson second Height 5 ft ft
incbMTen1is
Ten J is match First set won by Be
rea games 62 second set won by
Georgetown games 7fi third and
fourth sets won by Berea games ti
11 and Ii 2 respectively
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FUN AND FACTS
What IM the hardest key to turn t A
tonkey
treat Inlrrril lrnnlre ted
lOur readers are following the story
lor Jim Dumps as told in the Force
adon last page with much interest
A new verso each week
The more you take away the larger
it grows what is it t A hole
The professional schools of the Uni
versity of Chicago aro being rapidly
organized At present there are four
schools giving instruction in prepara
tion for the work of Minister the Phy
sician the Lawyer and the Teacher
See display ad iu another column
Special circulars will be sent on appli
cation to the University of Chicago
Chicago Illinois
Why do hens always lay eggs in the
daytime At night they are rooster
WANTED YOUNG MEN to prepare for
Government Positions Fine Openings
in all Departments Gad Salaries
Rapid Promotion Examinations BOOn
Particulars free
InterState Cor Inst
Cedar Rapids la
A Iricate Sate
I will sell at my house in rear of
Baptist church at private sale 1
small cook stove 4 airtight wood
heating stoves 1 bicycle Win Lod
wickMrs
Mrs H W Graham Berea Ky
wishes to buy 100 Ibs of wool front
the black sheep
If you are a progressive student or
successful uptodate teacher and de
sire a position you should at once en
roll with the Teachers Cooperative
Union the moat hustling wideawake
teachers agency in the West Dont
put it off Write immediately to
BiNKLFv BAKER Managers Temple
Texas Mr Baker is n graduate of
Berea College was lor seven years a
student here is a native Kentuckian
and well known beruEu
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THE EYES OFMEN AND WOMEN
are similar iu all respects Their con
dition and requirements when exam
ined are generally very different This
is caused by difference in work and
temperament
GLASSES
to suit these conditions and require
ments are made and supplied here
Tests made by skilful opticians with
modern scientific instruments put us
in possession of information which
enables us to furnish just the right
glasses Glasses to suit the eyes
oymlPIIIt
T Ae Robinson
Optician and Jeweler
Main Street Richmond Ky
MONUMENTS u
MONUMENTSUrns
Urns Headstones Statuary
Granite and MarbU
Work of all kinds done iu a
workmanlike manner at rea
raI
sonable prices and with
dispatch Allwork guar
anteed by
GOLDEN FLORA
RICHMOND Ky
Coiner ol Malu amt Collln Streets
Cu
DR M E JONES
Dentist 1e
Office Over Printing office
Office Days Wednesday to end
of the week
weekI
GARNET HOTEL
Newly Pittwlup Meals Board and
Lodging at popular prices RtlllI
Second st opposite Court House
1IIIUK61HichmOlul
>
R G ENGLE Prop
OGG CO I
GROCERIES and
DRY GOODS
Fruits and Vegetables a Specialty
Sole agent for Banner Cream Bread
OPPOSITE BURDETTES MILL
1I
I BREAK IN UGLY WRINKLES I
Then try a
i ISTEINIlOCH or KIRSCHMUM
IITnlllJm8de suit
A piece of fine hair cloth is worked into the inside of each coat
I coatfront
front which causes it to fit the chant without a wrinkle and to
I tohold
i Handmade collars snugly fit the neck and handpadded
baudpaddedshoulders
shoulders give style and uwaly grace to the figure Many sizes
hero lo fit you perlectly no matter what your build
Prices aret
I 1250 1500 and 1100
Better cloth lWler fit and helter style than the made to orler
I kind at live lo ten dollars more Let UN save you money
I Covington and Banks
j OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS
LWl J I
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SUBSCRIBE
SUBSCRIBEFOR
FORThe Citizen I
1 FIFTY CENTS A YEAR
I NNNNNNNN NNNNN NNNNNNNN11f S4r
Madison County Roller Mills I
IdIIIII4I
Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour I
Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etci
I Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be i
I ihlrd
hard to beat i
I i PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour
iPRIDE FlourI
II II14bN4
IlPotts DuersonI
t Whites Station
Ky i
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ITHEODORE
Richmond t
Kentucky I
I will stand my registered
Duroo Jersey Roar
at my home in Berea Ky for
the spring season of 1903 at 50
cents payable at time of service
This boar is a very fine hog
gave entire satisfaction during
the put season and is endorsed
by some of the beet breeders in
the county and baa served in
the herd of J W Herndon
YANTEED
If Its From Joplins n
Its Good
A full line of FUKNITUUE always on hand
We invite our Berea friends to make themselves at home at JOILINS
when in Richmond
CARPETS mid MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY
NKV JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky
fW t1NN DONT ttIN NMNNBNN SAY MUCH tt11lN OUR PRICES ALKl I
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Come see and be convinced that your money will buy more and better goods at the Hustling Cash
Store than elsewhere In addition to our already complete stock of
Spring Dress Goods White Goods Ginghams etc
We are adding daily new things in
Lawns Allover Embroideries Laces Ribbons etc
Ladies are especially invited to call and see them
SEE our beautiful line of GupetH Mnttliir nud HUgH The largest assortment and best
values shown in tho city
SEE our line of Trunks Telescope nod Valises
SEE our Man Wouieu and Childrens Shoos at all price > and the best you can buy for
the money
moneySEE our Men and Boys Wool Fur and Straw Hats in all the latest shapes at prices to suit all
If you want clothes that fit if you want clothes that wear if you want a suit for yourself or boy
and want the
Best Clothing at the Lowest Price
DONT FAIL to inspect our stock before buying Orders taken for tailormade suits and fit guar I
anteed Only a look and you will be assured that we can save you money
I LACKEY HAMILTON I
t S CORNER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS RICHMOND KY
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