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l Berea and Vicinity
W P Chapman loft Tuesday on R
business trip to Louisville
I have 100 bushels of Rye for sail
at 75c per bushelS uLDt C TunER
Berea Ky
Marshal W J Tatum and wife at
tended the Fall Festival at Cincinnati
last Thursday
Some sharp fines for letting swine
run and more likely to follow Buy
nails and repair your pen I
Miss Laura Soper has returned to
Berea after a weeks visit with her
brother J E Soper at McCormick
The milliuery opening of Mrs A
T Fish will occur Friday and Satur
day ot this week Her line is un
usually complete
j Persons desiring to have their pianos
tuned will please leave their orders
with ProC W W Weaver at the
Music Building
C I Ogg has been appointed ollic
iul Worlds Fair photographer for
Madison County by the Kentucky
Exhibt Association
Chas W Rise of Georges Creek
Ky on his way to school at Williams
burg slopped oft for a short visit with
E B Wallace and family
Persons wishing to give room or
board to Bludent8must apply to Sec
retary Gamble for a Householders
Permit from the College
The editor of THE CITIZEN is in
receipt of six tomatoes of fine variety
weighing nearly five pounds raised by
W H Kobe on his place
Several postmasters in Eastern
Kentucky are likely to lose their
places because they neglect to deliver
newspapers and packages
Rev P Wyatt and Wright Kelley
returned Monday from the five days
session of the Kentucky Methodist
Conference held at Covington
Wm Mullins the murderer of Wm
Singleton was sentenced last Satur
day at McKee Jackson county to
thirteen years in the States prison
The personal property of Gen Cas
t sius M Clay will be sold at public
auction at Whitehall Thursday morn
I ing October 8th beginning at 10
The rally day of the Baptist Sun
dayschool will occur next Sunday
morning beginning promptly at nine
oclock A fine program is being
C I QBK has had his old dwelling
house on Centre street torn down and
the foundation is already in place Cor
a new eight room cottage P J Pau
ley isthe contractor
The Kentucky veterans of the Mexi
can War assembled today in Rich
mond for their reunion They will
receive a most cordial reception at the
hands of Richmond citizans
Mrs Mary Pasco Gould left early
Tuesday morning after an extended
i visit with friends and relatives here
She will visit at Marysville Ohio be
fore going to her home in Fairdale
Howard Ogg of Gibson City 111 is
visiting his sister Miranda Walker
and other relatives in the vicinity for
a short time Mr Ogg will be reo
membered by some older people as
having left when a young man for
I Illinois Report says that he is a
I welltodo and substantial citizen of
i Gibson owning a fine farm there
I On next Monday James E Dalton
expects to begin tearing down his old
blacksmith shop to make place for a
t now twostory frame building 24 x 40
feet When completed the front
room on the first floor will be occupied
by a firstclass restaurant under the
management of T R Pettus of Crab
Orchard brother of our townsman L
A Pettus with the Dalton black
smith shop in the rear A new wood
en building on Main Street is to bo
Mr J R Van Winkle of near Big
Hill returning from his work at the
Coke yards at Norton Va on the
j train arriving here < tt 320 A M Sun
day had his right foot badly
crushed in some way while getting
off the train at the station He was
brought to the hospital about six
oclock and upon examination it was
found necessary to amputate four
toes of the injured member Dr P
Cornelius and Dr Robinson wore attendant
tendant physicians
DIED At Berea Ky at one oclock
Friday Aug 28 HK3 Jim Henry
aged seven years and only son of Mr
and Mrs L A Pettus The funeral
services were held Saturday afternoon
Aug 29 at Crab Orchard follows
by burial in Crab Orchard cemetery
its only a little grave they Mid
Only Just a child that Is dead
Ami KI they cure Ifusly turned away
From the mound the spade had made that day
Oh they did not know how deep a thade
That little grave In a home had made
I know the collin wan narrow and tmatl
One yard would hue lenlII for all ample hall
One man In his ann could have tome away
The rosewood and ha freight ol clay
But I know that darling hope were hid
Beneath that little cotllii lid
I know the Mother stood that day
With folded hands by that form of clay
I know that burnlnc lean were hid
Xeath the drooping lash and aching lid
And I know that her Up and cheek and brow
Were almost at white lIS her boys now
Tin a little grave but oh han B care
For world wide hopes are burled there
And you > erhip In com Ing yen r
May fee like her through blinding lean
How much of light how much of joy
It burled with au only boy
On Tuesday Sept 15th Lucian
Moore eon of Mr and Mrs WO
Moore died at the age of nine years
Death has been expected for the past
three year duo to a singular condition
of the heart All this time the boy
has been conscious that he might die
at any time though he seemed to
think more of troubling others than of
death It was remarkable how bright
ly and bravely he met the inevitable
Three years ago ho was heard praying
alone by his bed Dear Father I
want to live but if I must die please
take me to be with Grandma Preston
and brother Ernest How much
better to teach our children of God
and His home for us than to leave
them to learn everything ese first
We never know how much of the spir
itual things they do grasp There
can bo no possible danger of teaching
the things of Christ and His love too
soon in the childs life but there is
serious danger of leaving these things
until too late It is a great satisfac
tion to Mr and Mrs Moore that they
early bought Christ into the life of
their little boy There is now one
more to beckon to the better land
College Items
Much interest is being taken in foot
ball and the prospects for a good
team are bright
The various literary societies held
enthusiastic meetings Friday night
andelected comingM
J L Piukard came over from Lex
ington for a short time this week
He expects to be in school in the
winter term
Miss Lou Flanery was discharged
Cram the hospital Monday evening
after on illness extending over a pe
riod of five weeks
Miss Fiances Schultz has taken up
her residence at the hospital where
she will take the two years training
course for nurses
The YMCA gave a reception on
Saturday night at which about fifty
young men were present Cocoa and
wafers were served
The Woodwork Department is now
occupying its new commodious quar
ters in the wing of the Industrial
building erected for the purpose
W B Beatty class of 01 who has
been employed in the Pullman service
Between Boston and Chicago during
the summer will return to Howard
I University Washington DC for his
senior year in dentistry
The Browning brothers Jackson
and Jacob walked from their home
in Leslie County sixtyseven miles to
London where they took the train for
Berea arriving on opening day This
shows a commendable spirit that
ought to be an inspiration to many
young men
Revs A P Smith and D B Holz
claw former students attended the
Kentucky M E Conference held at
Covington this week Rev Smith
was reappointed to his work at Sci
ence Hill Pulaski County and will
continue to make his home at Somer
set Rev Holtzolaw is stationed at
Touipkiusville Monroe County
Curtis Jelt was given the death sen
tence for the murder of James Cock
rellat five oclock Tuesday after
noon Tho jury was out over two
The following is a partial list of
those euteiiug te varous courses in
Berea College for the fall New
students are constantly coming in
Columbus o Grace Utter licrca Resale Klai
cry Major Owtley Margaret IhengexatItave
na Oj U E Wellei Arcade N Y t C Scale
Major Owalcy J M Hrowu Nealivllle N C li
F IIrtoll flak Carle 111 c F Illmuan Boston
Mass Uvo 1nw Adams Maw j 0 K Robert
Hamilton u Carlotta Oiuome Ittlnnvlllc U
II W llllyIewltowuill 11 Ill 10110 lIerta
A H Jones Danville Boyle Klliabeth Ixswls
New lUvoliCouu C B Klrkpatrlck Oak lark
111 Tho Leahy Aunttnburg O II IL Clark
Cuyahoga Kalli O H M llacer Columbus n
CI rhili > Jamotown Ituuvll Qraco Straight
Aurora O0 B Krn l South Thompson 0 F
M Ilrengood Cleveland O
Pearl Baker Brrea Ethel King Berea lacy
Lewis Berea Allllie Ray ohevllloi C 810
Haya Berea Vera llreeuleaf Carlenvllle UIi Jci
ale Thomu Lexington Fayette Sarah 11aiJron
Nyacon llieIItidton NY Hweklah Wathbuni
Brookvllle Bracken W T Ford Cambridge
ollIlA J J Green IezlnatrnFayette W11
Morse Corning N Y Claude Dellaum Lcxlng
ton Fayette
Mary McClelland Frederlcktown 0 It I
Irvin lariats llarlan 11 B lIoll4rto Berea J
T Thompson Bootie ltockca tle Florence Iur
rett Bengal Taylor Caroline Shawn Chicago
III Mary K Ureene Tnckahoe Manon Iaun
I Owen Ml Sterling Montgomery Ollie AblltTI
Berea leorgla Has Hoi > klnvllle Clirlctlan
I Joella Whin Bereat Sarah Stewart lldleKook
castle Martha Roberta Berea Maude Lake Kr
erirrccnJackwu Lucy Brewer Climax Rock
castle Joe Meadows Zacharlah let A mot
Brock War Branch Leslie Guy Burdlck Hardy
An Lillian AmbrI lIrra Carl KIrk Inel
Martin Everett Kirk lull Martin 1orahonUi
UrIUIn here James Meadows Torrent Wolfe
Marie Bancroft WcMllcld Mass Laura Kel <
ly Berea Kilmer Hudson terra Minnie Todd
Herra Magdalene Archer ChlraRo lit Flown
IVmlergram Major Owtley Walter Wailiburn
BruokTllle Bracken
Walter Kobe U IVndersrasa A M Clark
C H Treadway
Milton Kliner Olllct Uagomii Hattle Ioynter
Boone Koekc tle Arch Brandenberg Buck
Creek Owsley Meo W Frailer Gate city Va
01V Shell shonl loeII Jaue S Johnson Wll
die Rockcaitle Jas Oabbard Elkatawa Breath
lit lllratn Miller ikaiawa Breathltt Otto
Brown Lcvilflreen RockcattleiSylvanns Brown
Rocky Pas N C Jennie L lion Hopklnsvllle
Christian L It Drake Otwijo 1a Bertie Ad
am Salyenvllle MagotHn Father Cren haw
Valley Matlou Jeflerson Gusur Barrows
Georgetown Scutt Robert l pence loula Illrtl
Cha Anderson Orlando Kockcastle W T Will
lets Wlldle Rockcatl II W Hnsklns Green
Mount Laurel Maggie Dooley Withers Rock
castle Lillian Haydon I ulsvllle Jefferion Ju
B Keller Webster N Y Kathleen Conlon Al
Icndale N J John llosklns Green Mount Lau
rah Mary Jones Wlldle Rockcanle Helen Mur
phy loulnlllc Jefferson Willie tkadey With
era Rockca tlcMeItlreildraves Kucwburg Falli
VI Mary Boggi SUlonl Creek Clay Helen
KuctUncf Harvey III Taullne Ritchie Ritchie
Knott Dora Brock War Branch henry Brewer
Climax ItotIUe Eugene Gardner balyers
vllle Magoinn M It Jones Jackioii Brealliltt
II W Short spring I reek Clay KB Tlionu on
lvcl Green Rockciutle X U William Cody
Knoll Win Day Wai aceton Madison Gran
vllle Little Klkatawa Breathltt Jle June
IndlanaiK > lls end Beulali Hay nes Richmond
Madison Annie Zeok Braddock Ia KI as Ash
Icy Bethelrldge Cary Alexander Haddlcks
Elkatawa Breathltt J S Swlnford Dltputanla
Rockca lle Wm Haddlcks Klkatawa Urcathltt
K F McIntosh FHkaUwa Breathllt Chest r
Grinith Klkalawa Breathltt Nancy Brock War
Branch Lolle Luther Motley Asher Lealie
Caslul Ilopter Milltown IntI Itoea Ennl
Dlsputanta Rockcastle R W Irllclisrd Morris
dale Mines Pa Charlotte Troutman IndtaSjfS
polls Ind Frank Moon Brodhcad KorkcasUe
Mary Parsons McKee JackKon Cora Johnson
Clark Ford Nellie 8lmi > M > n Junction City
Boyle Anna Cooper Fetlerickiown Ohio
F C Ierklns Belhelrldgc Casey floe Brock
War Branch Iealie
The remarkable success of Berea
student is well known and many
lists of distinguished men who have
had their training at Berea have been
published Some friends in our of
fice wore just naming the following
former Berea students as among those
who have not been mentioned
Dr MohafTy of Travelers Rest who
won the gold modal at the Medical
School in Louisville
Sheriff Daniels of Estill county
Dr Marcum of the same county late
ly Superintendent i schools
Judge Thos Coyle and Supt Allen
Powell of Jackson county
Supt Ballard of Rockcastlo county
Supt Duflbar of Lewis county
Editor Smith of the Paiitagrapfi
J H Rogers inventor of the type
setting machne Brooklyn X Y
Noble Hill principil of the famous
boys school at Woodstock III
One of our colored graduates Prof
Williams of Covinglon is said to be
the best conductor of Teachers Insti
tutes in the State
In IralM of Clminlif ilnln Colic ClioUrn
and Ulnrrliotn lUinedy
Allow me to give you a few words
in praise of Chamberlains Collie
Cholera and Dianhoea Remedy
says Mr John Hamlett of Eagle
Pass Texas I suffered one week
with bowel trouble and took all kinds
of medicine without getting any
relief when my friend MrC John
son a merchant here advised me to
take thin remedy After taking one
dose I felt greatly relieved and when
I had taken the third dose was entire
ly cured I thank you from the
bottom of my heart for putting
this great remedy in the hands of
mankind For sale by S E Welch
Please send notices for this Calendar
Sept 20 Rockcastle County Mag
Dis 4 Association at Freedom church
Oct 26Bell Co Mag Dist 2 As
sociatiou at Straight Creek school
Oct 8031 Madison County and
18th Congressional Association at Rich
The Revolutionists in Macedonia
Are Massing Thousands of
Men at Various Points
Every City and Village Whether the
Inhabitants Are Friends or Foes
Will Ho Destroyed
I Beginning of Massacres Burnings and
Destruction Compared With Which
the Turkish Atrocities Will Seem
Childs Play Threatened
London Sept 21The Dally Malls
correspondent at Sofia telegraphs
One of tho revolutionary chief has
Informed mo that the revolutionist
are massing thousands of men at van
ous points on the frontier and their
laboratories are working Incessantly
to replenish tholr stock of bombs and
explosives They do not count much
on war between Turkey and Bulgaria
but on tho day they hear that tho
meeting between the czar and Empo
ror Francis Joseph has net had tho doe
sired result for Macedonia the world
will witness the beginning of massa
crest burnings and destruction com
pared with which tho Turkish atroci
ties will seem childs play Tho ban
ner of revolution my Informant says
will bo unfurled In all tho border die
tricts Every city and Tillage wheth
er the inhabitants are friends or foes
will bo destroyed and such a state oft
anarchy will be caused that tho Turks j
will step out voluntarily and leave tho I
country to Macedonian survivors Wo
have selected the frontier districts for
I these final operations so that Europe
may hear tho despairing cries of tho
II dying nation which the Turks would
London Sept 21Tho Balkan sit
uation presented few new features Sun
day morning The German emperors
Influence at Vienna Is said to have
been thrown In favor ot allowing tho
sultan the utmost freedom In suppress
ing the Insurrection Doth Turks and
Macedonians claim the victories In the
dally encounters A report from Sofia
states that the Bulgarian military prep
arations are reaching the stage of per
fection that will enable tho concentra
tion ot 200000 men on the frontier
within a week and that the stocks of
provisions weapons and ammunition
are rapidly becoming efficient
S Soldier Killed and Another Fa
tally Injured
Grand Rapids Mich Sept 21John
DelAter had his head cut off and John
fannl was fatally injured by an acci
dent on tho Bridge street bridge Doth
were members of Company D Second
regiment M N O and were returning
from rlflo practice at Berlin riding on
a Muskegon Interurban line comblna
tlon baggage and passenger coach
The soldiers wero sitting In tho door
way of tho baggage compartment
swIngIng their feet when tho car ran
on to tho bridge Delators feet caught
In the Iron work of the bridge and ho
was suddenly jerked from tho doorway
and thrown beneath tho wheels of the
car lie was decapitated In the fall he
clutched at Manni and partially drag
ged him from the car Mannl had one
log broken and received other Injuries
that will be fatal
Strong Protest Against Bulgarian In
curslons to Macedonia
Doston Sept 21A meeting of the
Greeks of Doston In Stein hall Sunday
made strong protests against the Uitl
arlan incursions to Macodonla The
Bulgarians were charged by the speak
ers with stirring up Insurrection and
hereby causing tho slaughter of
Greeks In order that ultimately Bulga
rIa might annex Macedonia A con
tribution of nearly 1000 was raised
to assist the persecuted Greeks in Mac
Armenians Mass Meeting
Chicago Sept 211100 than 400
Chicago Armenians held a mass meet
Ing and discussed ways and means to
stop what they deem a confiscation of
Armenian church property by Russia
11 B Seron of the Armenian national
church In America presided
Shot By a Game Warden
Wllke barre Pa Sept 2LE W
Campbell one of tho tame wardens of
Luzerne county Sunday shot and prob
ably fatally wounded Roman Dales 26
near Campbells ledge two muse from
Pittston for violating the game law
A Fallal Family Quarrel
Buffalo N Y Sept 21J8 Mean
70 Sunday shot and fatally wounded
his son n 1aw Michael Crotty 88 and
I then lent a bullet through his own
brain dying Instantly Family quar
II rels were the cause of the crime
toInveatlpata I
Jurors to InvmllteI
Chicago Sept 21It was announc
ed Saturday that the grand jury will
Investigate combinations between con
tractors and labor unions which crush
competition and are paralyzing build
Jn operations In Chicago
Uncle Toms Cabin Show Barred
Liberty Mo Sept Z1A Clay coun
ty court has made an order which prac
tlcany prohibits Uncle Toms Cabin
shows from being given in the county
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