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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f K IMMll1MIlIllMlMII JAMES MILTON RACER Editor and Publisher hitered at JU Pettofflet at Been Ay u M onrf MN MIIIIII V A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENtUCKY THURSDAY MAY 20 1901 One dollar a year NO 49 tlIDEAS- A mail inny lx quito jxjjnilar with out having much influence In the history of Ikea College then hnvo boon fourtoon casts or inun who have loblxrlor uttuckw thu Institution or UH uuchorH untl have Ixen removed by death shortl lifter s + lrTAE NOTICE 1ywr+o+o +010 +o +o +o +o+o +o +o + 0 + 0 Berea College- COMMENCEMENT 1 + 1 J Studentsio Exhibitions by o + iGreat Speakers + Fair 1 1 t+o +o + 0o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o + FROM THE WIDE WORLD HulxHiic ttlaimo in nnrcndtug in Chili CulmiiH olnlx rutcly roluhratod the wTOiid iinnivunmryof their liidoM nd Jnpnnwo army from thin fall mimlMTUig JOOOOmit a force of 82 0X ItiifwiaitH and fell back to Fung Wang Cheng Tho Jnpaneso cruia CTH Kantigi and YoNhino collided in a fug mid till Ytwhiuo wink On the shine day tho battlttlhllHatfuw truck n Hutwiih of tilt cruwri drowned It U nx rte l that thu Jiimnc u fours havu ca turvd Kill Chou driv tug tilt KiiHsians lutck to Tanhi Chin in tilt direction of Now CIt trig Tim la new fortes which lutultx at Tuku Shan Thurwlay routed forco of Husxinn cavalry CotwnckH attacked thu Korean gurrition at Kiln Row nun is tin liret collision Ixtween thu HUHHUIIIH and tho Koreans IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Xntthvillu Tumi huts jturfectcd all arrangvintiitH for entertaining tho United Confedumtu veteniim there JUliO 14 to 10- Secretary of Lalrar nail Commoroo Qex H Cortelyou Is Mated for tho IfupubBxeauTint by tho death of Senator Marcus Hanna President Roosevelt will visit GcttyHburg on Decoration Daynut make n eech Acting Secretory of War Oliver is already them and with British Ambassador Dtirand as Ian guest will miiko n strntugic II lid of thu iKiltlofield Tim tetttimony in thu else to oust Reed Smoot tho Mormon senator 4tfront his Heat in Congress nmkofl a voltimo of 700 KigeH It IaHtnuige and graphicstoryof Mormon lily and may Ixi hind by writing to your Congressman for it After n ten days Hcssiou mud 8 ballot tho Republican Stutu Con vontion held in Springllold Illinois to nominate a candidate for governor of that State failed to mako such nomination and adjourned Friday for u receHH until May 31 Then in great excitement at tho Statu dejKirtment at Washington over the kdnaping Tangier Morocco directly opjKwito Gibraltar of Per dicaris and his fltejwon prominent cold wealthy Americans While ban iniuling with friends they wore sad denly seized by banditti and hurried to lily mountains around Fez whoru they are hold for n largo ransom Admiral Chadwick with four war vessels has ordered from tho Canary Islands to the Morocco sea port COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tillman Kaufman of Lee County Was killed by a falling tree proF II Clarke of Lexington was elected president of tho Ken tacky Stato Medical Association Oov Beckham has apjxnntod At tornoy John McChonl of Lebanon special Judge of thin Doll Circuit CourtJohn Hathaway formerly a noted jockuy has boon sentenced to be hanged at Winchester Ky July 10 for the murder of his mistress Health Officer Allen of Louisville has ordered a cur load of crude 1 petroleum to spread over x ndfl and cesspools in order to kill qil mosquito germs letters and telegrams have IMHIII receivaimugratulutf11g tho diocese of Kentucky on the selection of the Roy Dr John G Murray of Baltimore as bishop A lens battle with sticks and stones raged between 300 Stato Col l students and 100 Kentucky Universitytdudcntll oil the streets of Luxington std for some time tho police were powerless to quell tho disturbance r tv I Presidents Office X Derea College Truth by Majority H O 1 THE CITIZEN IIVOL Ii tcn think alike and you think alone That never proves ten to one They are right you wrong for truth you see Is not a thing ot majority It never can make you false them true That theres more of them than there is of you If your touch is on Truths garment hem V Theres more of you than a world of them Tis not alone in the Orient region That a certain heros name is Legion Nor was it only for once to be That the whole herd together ran downJo the sea- A r Your zenith for no man else is true Your beam from the sun comes alone to you And the thought that the Great God gave you brain Is your own for the World or the Worlds in vain i tt IEREA COMMENCEMENT GREAT EDUCATION Our annual Commencement hoanoi is approaching and it is well for ull to ho of tho great opjwr tunilies which como to the eople III State through tin hospitalityand generosity of Herei Col lego evury Juno Tho first harbinger of Commence incut time is Memorial Day o1servr by the G A R PORt of Boron in eon junction with Heron College Tw exercises aro connects with Memorial Day tho wrmon to vetenins on tho preceding Sabbath Memorial Day itself with its music flowers recitation of patriotic pieta by young voices and Memorial ad dresR4 by distinguished Orators As Commencement approaches there are till Anniversary of the Literary Societies and thu Exhibition of tho Academy Iwth of highest in terest to nil who attend- Commencement Day Itself begin with the sermon to the graduates the preceding Sabbath which will IKI delivered this year by Dr Rogers if Ids health I ermits Tho commencement this year is distinguished byn reunion of grad antes anti former students descriled in full in another column Then comes Commencement Day Never was there n lily moro packed with pleasurable excitement than this No person has ever stein tho wholu of any Commencement Day Tho exec cises in tho Tabernacle continue morning nod evening and are attend ed by 2000 ieople Twice as marl mbru must find entertainment outside Tho Homespun Fair where tit skill of our ladies is shown in homo spinning dyeing nod weaving and like industries is a center of greatest attraction Prizes have I Been giver for several years in these departments mud many a woman is now able to earn money by labor performs at lieu own fireside through tho influ ence of this licrca Fair Beside this there aro various build hugs of tho College to lw visited viz Tho Administration Building con taining oil executive otHers The Tabernacle in which tho Commence uncut exercises aro hull Temporarily used as tho College chapel Lin min Hall with its twenty classrooms and otllcefi 20000 vohimo Library and Homespun Fair Science Hall for tho laboratories with apparatus and cabinet and other displays in Botany Forestry Chemistry Phys iou ute Mens Industrial Build hug consisting of jwwor house throe story front section std wood work section with machinery Printing office where on commencement morn lug the presses may Iw seen in oper ation Ladies Hall the Bpacioue three story brick dormitory for girls whore is also tho main dining hall and several public rooms Gilbert cottage another girls dormitory Model Cottage which shows what comforts may Ira had by a family of limited menus and whore young women aro instructed in household duties Tho five mens dormitories aro Howard Hull Williams House Nichols louse Boone Cottage mad Prospect Cottage Clover Bottom cabin and tho Loom House log buildings used in connection with tho trade in articles of homo manufac tare Other buildings whoso names aro selfexplanatory aro tho lies pital Music Hall and three Model School buildings Tho Now Chapel which will have a sORting capacity of 1500 with a smaller auditorium accommodating 400 persons und which will also con tain Suudayfihool rooms und many other conveniences is ill process of construction 18551904 BEREA COLLEGE Anniversaries Sunday May 2Kcrmon Io Veteran 11 Wu CixiniiLl l x sT110 Ilcrca Monday May 30Mcmorlal Itij willttt A R Itnt AiUrrM by HUM WM R London Ky Sunday June 5 luccalaurcale Scmion Monday June 6 Conceit by llanuonla Society Tuttday June Alumni Reunion WEDNESDAY JUNE I COMMENCEMENT 9 MUlilliitlon of lnduttic and Gradual ing Kxercioc 130 P MAddrres liy Kiv MILTON IHATT IJ n Kant InfIlOl o nnd oilier Pan Term epenA WnlneiuUy Kei teml er Brnutlfnl Blllmore- Dlltmoro the vast estate of George W Vanderbilt near ABbcvllle N C U to be converted Into on exclusive bunting and flatting club It einbrnrm 147000 acres lying In Buncombe Transylvania and Hnjrwowl counties Is n single tract of field and forest and cost over 3000000 The mansion wblch was erected at nn expense of 7000 000 waR called Illltmora House by Mr Vandcrbllt The plan of the proposed niltmoro club docs not Include Hilt moro House nor JOOOO acres Immedi ately surrounding It This much of the park will bo retained for Mr Vander bllts private use A MlllloBBlre tnrentor Peter Cooper Hewitt inventor of the new electric vapor light by which a light of extraordinary power Is dcvcl oped is a na of tho late Abram 8 Hewitt former mayor of New York and a millionaire Tlie new light Is obtained by the passage of an electric cur rent through a tube filled with 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be convinced Crutcher Tribble Main Street RICHMON KENTUCKY J sold by Dongtu Stores ant the beet sb drum The renOne hive Wl olIgluname rrIro IUom II tNE WORLD o GcRASD UNION MADE Nelke fcreauesales ill tablrbrkmtI- a11 tt1Tea hlr JIIOIJIIUIItll Pair 11OUl 4 Palrs 19011566720 Pairs BuilHtM Doused In four rear THE IlEA NaThan W It IMiiElMiiiaknt nnd nellomoro mens JTdOnnlJliO hi e than Rnotller two wan uf icturcrs In tlio world W InlljlllU3Wand STiO shoes placed side illa with 8300 and t shoes of rcooTheyi7A0 and Jro liocf Had of the tttt leathers Including Patent Corona Corona Colt and National Kangaroo ru4 rt r If Ml u4 1I J cW U Dauclu 4OO Ollt Floe IJn cannot b QuilMt at any price bee hymen iKituw o free For sale by R R COYLE Berea BEREA MONUMENTAL WORKS- SS SICOOIRE PIIOPRIETOR I have 55 seta of tombstones and monuments Prices ran a from 10 t to frIO in marble in granite UJO to 160 I sell- White Vermont Marble Only All cloudy marble is cheap and will soon fade as it is polished with putty and acid besides it is hard to read the inscriptions on cloudy stones daysWrite S McGUIRE Berea Kentucky MMHHHII 111 III Not too Soon Is it to plan for repainting your House Barn and other buildings wi- thNammar Brand Paint Sold and guaran teed by the East End Drug CotMain Street B rea t THE FOUR WINDS The vast whit murmurs of the Ilea It fiears a song of revelry It brings a uavory perfume Caught from the tlnglln salty spume With deeptoned chants It brustucl- comee An when n gale through rigging hums And when man feols It In his face Hare browctl he rain would rise an trace The pathway to Its staring place mat thn south wind singe of roses That dream through day and night Of poppies red whoa poses Seem echoes of delight Of lotus that unclosts A Jewel to the sight The west wind whirls across the plains With word of wonderful domains It whispers wanton songs of gold The west winds way Is brave and bold It boasts of how Us circling arms Heap treasures high on endless farms And men whose brows It comes upon Arise In strength ere It Is gone To struggle ever on and on But the south wind comes with sigh ing With spices and with song With echoes low replying Tb measures held full long A message ever crying Of lands where pleasures throng The north wind bears a chilling breath seep drawn In dim denies of death It shouts a berserk song of wrath That tells of gloomy doubtful path Of lonely plain and lonely hill Where all Is cold and white and still And men whose cheeks Its kisses bear Lure to their souls the call to fare And find the secrets hidden there Hut the south wind sings of spices The south winds song Is sweet Its melody entices The grace of dancing feet It et eons of paradises Where rest and pleasure meet Chicago Dally Tribune THE MISSISSIPPIBUBBLE I By EMERSON HOUGH Author oPThe Story of the Cowboy Tbe Girl at the Halt way Home Etc Copjrtght um bjr Emnon Hough CHAPTER XXXII TIlE GRAND MONAltQfE On a great bed of state satin draped flanked with ancient tapestries piled rcJcenlngly soft with heaps of there lay a thin withered little manI old old and very feeble His face was shrunken and drawn with pain hlx eyes once bright were dulled his brow formerly Imperious had lost Its arrogance Under the coverings which In the unrest of illness ho now pulleo hIghabout his face now tossed re3t lessly aside his figure lay an elongated shapeless blot scarce showing beneath the silks One limb twitched and drawn up convulsively told of a d3n ite seat of pain The hands thin and wasted lay out upon the coverlets and tha thumbs wore creeping creeping ever more Insistently under tho cover of the fingers telllng that the battle for life was lost thut the surrender bad been made It was a deathbed this great bed sf state a deathbed situated In tho heart of the greatest temple of desire over built in all the world Ho who sad been master there who had set in order these miles of stately col vrans thule seas of glittering gilt and crystal he who had been magician builder creator pervertor dobaser he Louis of France the Grand Mon brque now lay suffering like any or Binary human being like any common manAt length even tho last energies of the once stubborn will gave way The last gasp of the failing breath was drawn The herald at the window an nounced to the waiting multitude that Louis the Fourteenth was no more Long live the ling exclaimed the multitude They hailed the new mon arch with mockery but laughter and sincere Joy and feasting were the testimonials of their emotions at the death of the king but now departed On the next day a cheap tawdry and unimposing procession wended Us way through the back streets of Paris Its leader seeking to escape even the rdgcs of tho mob lest the people should fall upon the somber little pageant and rend It Into fragments This was the funeral of Louis tho Grand Mountquo Louis tho lustful Louis the bigot Louis the Ignorant Louis the unhappy They hurried him lo his restlng place these last serv itors and then hastened back to tho palates to join their hearts and voices to the rising wave of joy which swept across all France at the death of this beloved ruler Now it happened that as the funeral procession of tho king was hurrying through the side streets near tho confines of the old city of Paris there en countered It entering from the great highway which led from the east up to the city gates the carriage of a gentleman who might apparently with justice have laid some claim to con sequence It had its guards and coach men and was attended by two riders In livery who kept It company along tho narrow streets This equipage met the head of the hurrying funeral cor tege and found occasion for a moment to pause Thus there passed tho one going to his grave the other to his goal the two men with whom tho France of tint day was most Intimately concerned There came from the window of the coach the voice of one inquiring the reason of the halt and there might have been seen through the upper por tion of the vehicles door tho face of tho owner of the carriage lie seemed u man or imposing urcMnre witn Taco open and handsome and en eye bright MnrbItamed and dignified Gulllaume ho called out what s It that detains us It Is notlilrfr Monsieur Laa wnn the reply They tell mo It Is but t luneral of the king Eh bien replied Iaw turning to one who sat bcitde him In the coach tnyCHAPTER XXXIII tInEn SAID SHE NAY The coach proceeded steadily on Its way passing in toward that quart where the highpiled peaked roofs an irI jagged spires betokened ancient Park On every hand arose confused sound- from s the streets now filled with a populace merry as though some pleasant carnival were just beginning Shopkeeper called across to his neighbor tradesman gossiped with gallant Even the stolid faces of the plodding peasants fresh past the gatetax and bound for the markets to seek what little there remained after giving to tho king bore an unwonted look as though hope might yet succeed to their sur priseOhe Marie called one stout dame to another who stood smiling In her doorway near by See the fine coach coming That is the sort you and I thai have one of these days now tha the king is dead God bless the now king and may he die young A plaguo lo all kings Marie And now come anil sit with my man and me for wevo bottle left and while It lasts we drinK freedom from all kings You speak words of gold Suzanne was the reply Surely I will drink with you and wish a pleasant and speedy death to kings John Law and his companions heard broken bits of such speech as this ns hey passed on Ah they talk replied ho at last turning toward his companions ami this is talk which means something Within the year wo shall see Paris up- sido down These people are read y for any new thing Dutand his face lost some of Its gravity the streets nro none too safe today my lady Therefore you must forgive me If I do not set you down but keep you prisI oner until you reach your TIs not your fault that your carrlagot broke down on the road from Marly and as for my brother Will and myself we cannot forego a good fcrtune which enables us nt last to destroy a certain longstanding debt of a carI tinge ride given us once upon a tine by tho Lady Catharine Knollys IAt least then wo shall be well on both sides replied the soft ILOvoice be an unwilling prisoner for so short n time Madam I would God It might be forever It pus the same John Law of old who made this impetuous reply and liAleed he seemed scarce changed by the pass ing of those few years of time It was tho audacious youth of the English highway who now looked at her with grave face yet with eyes that shone Some years had Indeed passed since Law turning his back upon the appeal of the wide New World had again set foot upon the shores of England from which his departure had been so singular Driven by the goads of remorse It had been his flrnt thought to seek out the Lady Catharine Knol lys and so intent had he been on this quest that ho learned almost without emotion of the kings pardon which had been entered discharging him of further penalty of tho law of England Meeting Lady Catharine he learned as have others since and before him that a human soul may have laws in flexible that the iron bars of a wom ans resolve may bar one out even as prison doors may bar him In Ho found the Lady Catharine unshake able In her resolve not to see him or speak with him Whereat he raged ex postulated by post waited waylaid and so ut length gained an Interview which taught him many things Rejected as he was now by the new ministry of England none the less every capital of Europe camo presently to know John Law gambler student and financier Before every ruler on the continent he laid his system of financial revolution and ono by one they smiled or shrugged or scoffed at him Dallied onco more In his dear est purpose ho took again to play play In such colossal and audacious form 03 serer yet had been seen even In the gayest courts of a time when gaming was a vice to be called national No hazard was too great tor him no success and no reverse sum deafly keen to cause him any apparent concern There was no risk sharp enough to deaden the gnawing In his soul no excitement strong enough to vipe away irom his mind ui biasfc panorama of his past He won princely fortunes and cast them away again With the figure nnd tho air of a prince he gained greater reputation than any prince of Europe Upon him woro spout the lJ1udl h mcntsof the fairest women of his time 10Yet not this not all this served to steady his energies now unbalanced speeding without guidance The gold heaped high on tho tables was not enough to stupefy his mind not enough though ho doubled and trebled It though ho cast great golden markers counllnglofmathematician ho sought at Amater dam at Paris at Vienna nil now theo rles which offered In the science of banking and finance even as at the same time he delved still further Into the mysteries of recurrences antI chance In this latter such was hIs success that losers made complaint unjust but effectual to tho king so that Law was obliged to leave Paris for n time Ho had dwelt long enough In Paris lh doublenatured man this student anti creator this gambler und gallant to win the friendship of Philippe of Orleans later to be regent of Franco and gay enough had been tho life two had ledso gay so Intimate th Philippe gave promise that should ho ever hold In his own hands the got eminent of France he would end Laws banishment and give to him the op portunlty he sought of proving those theories of finance which constituted d the absorbing ambition of his life- n Meantime Law ever restless ha passed from ono capital of Europe t another dragging with him from to hotel the young child whose lit hall been cast In such feverish and un natural surroundings He continued to challenge every hazard fearless reckless contemptuous and withal wretched as one must be who after years of effort found that he could not banish from his mind the pictures knifejFrom time to time as was well known Law returned to England He heard of tho Lady Catharine Knollys us might easily be done In London heard Iot her as a young woman kind of heart soft of speech with tenderness for be3utICIIIIthe eagerest gossip of the capital had found a suitor to whom she gave word Ior thought of love So now at last the arrogant selfish ne13 of his heart began to yield His heart was bro en before It might soften but soften nt lost it did And Iso he built up In his soul the ImaGo a grave sweet saint kindly and pentlevolced unapproachable not t bo profaned To this Image ah which of us baa not had such a shrlndhe illi1 therellIr i may do falling aver of his own standards aa all men do yet harking ever hick to that ic rct sibyl reckoning nil things from her for her by her There caste at length one chuieaed hour when they met in caluinou when there vag no looter talk of love between thimi when he stood before her as llioujili indeed at the altar of some bdiLeonao since it had brought understand ing Now in this calmer time sh honed of him Knowledge of this child regretting the wandering life which hud been Its portion saying that for Mary Connynge she no longer felt horror anti hatred Thus it was that In a hasty moment Law had impulsively foegpcd her to assume sonic sort of tutelage over that unfortunate child It was to his own amazement that ho heard Lady Catharine Inollys consent stipulating that the child should b placed In a Paris convent for two years und that for two years Jc hn Law should see neither his daughter nor herfcaf Obedient as a child himself ho had promised Now go away she then had said to him Go your own way Drink dice game and waste tho talents God hath gleu you You have made ruin enough for all of us I would only that it moy not run so far as toanother generation So both had kept their promises and now the two years were done years upent by Law more manfully than any of his life Ills fortune he had gathered together amounting to more than a million Hvrca He had sent onco more for his brother Will and thus the two had lived for some time In company In lower Europe the elder brother still curious as ever In his abstruse theories of banking and finance theories then new now outlived in great part though fit to be called a portion of the great foundation of time commercial system of the world It was a wiser and soberer and riper John Law this man who had but re PIIIIppofor that thin king was dying and that all France Franco the bankrupt and distracted was on the brink of sudden and perhaps fateful change With a quick revival of all his high land superstition Law hailed now as happy harbinger the fact that upon his entry Into Paris the city onco more of his hopes ho hud met In such fash Ion this lady of his dreams even at such time as tho seal of silence was lifted from his lips It was no wonder i that his eye gleamed that hL took on the old vibrant tone that olcoI gesture In thought or In spite thought oMumcd tho tender deference of tho lover For tho Lady Catharine herself there tiHii lun ni so many taatte 1 The Joath f f hcrbroiu r the oath of Han bury hail wrouGht many shirt In the circumstances of n house apparently pursued by unkind into belt prnctl rally alono mud caring little for the lift of crtdon oven after there had worn away tho chill of suspicion which fol lowed upon tho popular Knowledge of her connection with tho escape of Law from London Lady Catharine Knollys turned to n Iffo and world suddenly grown vague nnd empty Travel upon the continent with friends occasional visits to tho old family house In En gland long Journeys In this or the other citysuch had been her life qulct sweet reproach less and unro preaching For tho present she hind taken an hotel In tho older part ot Paris In connection with her friend the countess of Wnrrlngton connected wIth the embassy sometlnlllI lord Stall who was later to act as for England In Paris now so soon 1111I know tumultuous Irenes lint now the cnrrago hnd arrived nt tho destination nnme1 by Lady Catlmr feIns Law sprang out hat In hand and assisted Lady CathariUn to the curb A passing tlower girl golly offering her wares paused ns tho carriage drew up Law turned quickly and caught hnnltcouM1boltllants In his hand ho extended n flowerMadam as before ho jmld TheirdintoloFat there tears tar the past that sweetness which onto halI beenrTo Tie Contlnun A COBBLERS CUNNING rut tl n Irnycr fur Silrllual llrtp Tlinl Stirs n Knout for UN Ilimliipii Many years ago when the revivalist E P Hammond converted nearly till whole population of Lawrence there was an old shoemaker In tho town who was noted for his profligate habits re hates the Kansas City Journal Hi came to grace In tho course of the t Ival and regularly took a prominent place on the mourners bench One night Mr Hammond Invited him to teed In prayer lie responded with alacrity and sold Oh Lord thou linowcst what a Iclcd man I have been Thou know eat that I have neglected my family and my business to travel the paths alp Thou lnove t that I could not bo counted on to do the work of my cm tomers nut now Oh Lord by the- o power of thy sanctification am turned from the paths of wickednftw and walk uprightly before all Ands thou knowe t Lord that under thImercy I will bo at my bench frnm morning until night ready to mend shoes as cheap as tiny man In low IIIAnd of this reported most humor nasty by the late Noble L Fresh the Journal Is reminded by the following notice in the Loulavllle Herald have kept reasonably straight for the II loUt year but I have made n vow to quit drinking entirely and hereafter OU can refer to Bob Bryant nn the rober painter have had enough of this whlsly business to disgust a hart t have quit for goal Hcmembr the name Bob Bryant the sober painter An Oiif rtiinl t The late Prof O C Marsh who for ofepaleontology nt Yale and who nt his rfonth loft a scientific collection of treat vnlue to the university used to IiOneew a negro driving a horse which had a curiously malformed hoof When your horse dies said thlIprofowor Jo the old darkey I will willocut It off and bring it to nu Very well ash was the reply nd horse and driver disappeared Two hours later when the professor reached home he found the negro who hall been Impatiently awaiting him lor- an hour Handing carefullywrapped package to tho professor the fluky said Do boss Is laid aahYouths Companion Snvril III Friend This little story Is told of two Scotch laddies who while fishing In strictly preserved water for which only one was provided with n permit WITO Sill denly confronted by 1m bailiff One of them quickly collected his tackle and ran his might across the field the bailiff In quick pursuit After covering a largo tract of country the angler sat down completely exhausted and awaited tho panting ant enraged pur suer Do you know that you should not fish in that water without permission asked tho Irate man Yes said tho lad but have permission I have un order What made you run then you young scoundrel Oh just to let the other lad get away ho hadnt got oneDetroit Free Press Scarcely Tulle Rnnnnh The methods of tho Crowfield church had been criticised and Mrs Anson a prominent member of the society was displeased Wo offer a good salary she said with dignity and therefore we wish to bo sure that wo get tho cream of he ministers to ho had That Is the mason we have not as yet retained cnt for long Tint Mrs Anson protested a grave less critic you know that If you wan to gather cream youve pot to let th pm alone London Man IDR V H HOBSON IJDentist ss Ito uttlceRichmond Ky The East End Drug Co do ti DIfs tomers caused more ill deor hinges the stomach and brings on all DyspepeiCure a digestion dyspepsia sad nil stomach disorders Kcdol ia not only a pe foot digtmtaut but a tissue buitdfu tonlo aa woll llenowed health per yitalityi iosraoraMlfrItitloe rraree 8A4 reg ins pateti Ilsy riLrIttOp ICued His Mother of Rheumatism mother has been a sufferer for many years with rheumatism says W H Howard of Husband Pa At times she was unable to morn at all while at all times walking WIpainful I presented her with a of Chamberlains lain Balm and i few applications she decided it wnjt the most wonderful pith rollover she badever tried in fact she is never without it now and ia at all times able npplicntionjlhat she was formerly troubled with Forests by S E Welch Jr druggist U Goon Investment For l75 will snt- by r Inut pflwkI1- f mt New IMNtre- Telrrqh Drr Oil Outfit will lull la Irurllon fur IMMIIU TKMKiUAIMI OlKKATIMJ fuHtotlng andy that will enable 1oil to taIIWag a mmt lot mr TIrreplratalnewhlrhhasgnlla r rlrlr of Ieffel MiHrUltlM or fur the ukKill Mini Telrpoue l aalocIHERMAN C TAFEL CVCftTTHINO tltCTHIOL faa III tll toYeta Rr STOP THOSE RATTLING SPOKES anllllOOl tire llcmcmbcrwo bares nucliliio thetrls tire mid No jurrti l or burnt rlinr tin pilnt chip l ctloll nn new boll hole Tire eel on a herd dry surface oath ctloii guntnnlif l or your money bark 2Bc for wheels too for wagon wheels Hpraethoeing EOc everything know no competition Calland see ua- AZBILLBROS v Beroa and Big Hill Pike REPAIR THAT LOOM Bores College has secured market for homespun and homewoven goods ouch M bod coverlids linen dress linsey jeans blankets etc at follow lug pricea- Coverlidu 14 to W Linen 40 to CO cents a yard Dress Linsey CO cents I yard Jeans 60 cent a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes f3 a pair White linsoy and white blankets are not in demand only on order8I Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dye8IAny woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Borea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For Information apply in per ton or by letter tc Mrs Hettie W Graham KyJ Whooping Cough In the spring of 1101 my children had whooping cough says Mrj D Capps of Cnppw Ala I used Chamberlains Cough liomcdy with the most satisfactory results I think this is tho best remedy I have over seen for whooping cough This remedy keeps tho cough loose lessons the severity and frequency ot the coughing spells and counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia For sale by S E Welch Jr druggist IHarnessI UNE WEATHER and fine 5roadll incite you to drive for pleasure and pro Iiarncenona na your turnout or is it shabby end thus detract Prow tho general appearance fofIf so ihcron an ness from Our Largo Stock at aMoniabingly reasonable prices However if you decide to make old liar goodgcoat much I 1MaInParacimph- ItrmoTct Iimplct notches and lllick Iliad heals Cut hums Drupes and Swellings If you Jo not say it is the but remedy you ever used we will refund your money MONUMENTS Ira e Hsdalanu ttttutrf eeaalte end Marble Work of all kinds done in s workmanllkn mannnr at rt n sociable prior IIndwltb liitpatch Allwork guar auto xl bytGOLDEN RICHMOND FLORAIHv or Naln sod rolllns 1Ia case says l Curler of Atlanta OB and con culled phjeician who advmed me to try a box of DoWittn Witch Hazel wallIlntlrolheartily recommend it to all sufferers DoWittfl Witch Hazel Salvo te unrquallod for iU healing qualities Eczema and other skin diseases RI80tsores cuts barns and wounds of kind are quickly cured by it Sold by East End Drug Co Druggists J GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR i AT ST LOUIS t USE THE- HENDERSON ROUTE THE LINE THAT IS- COMFORTABLE BEYOND A DOUBT FREERECLINING CHAIR CARSIST Ask for our rateslL GARRET Tray Passr Alt L IIDen T itTIREDBACKACHE AND LASSITUDE fveancurtllalland mike Ufa brl ht a once You will steer ragretii OR BENZINGER BlUfUOr MA gJ i r c lFr1t THE CITIZEN HHHHHHfrHM The Home JENNIE LESTER BILL RUtor in HHHH +1iI+++ Lone Life For Cut Flowers 1lnco cut flowers every night where they will keep very cold until morning Just lx fore breakfast out the stems hold tile aids of tliu HtuiiiH in boiling water fur n wcond r told then plans the llowors in a vas of Sol water to which tux IKTII add 1ela generous pinch of salt it little or Home lx rux Never cut Ktenm with a pair of hcissorn for that pinches the ulthiH of the stems to Maher and shoes the pones of the 1e Ntvin MI the lower cannot aliS4 rb the water freely Uso a sharp knife for cutting the indn of the Htenm and make the cut in oblique fiiHliion J When cutting lowers from hush or i plant always IIKO a paIr of scissors for then the end left on the plant i laws together and the nourishment can go to the Text of the plant Flow ers will keep frtwh an entire week if cicaret for iulclligt ntlyMcry Tay MH Gourds i An old mijHirhtition has IKVII hand Ill down for generations that who ever rats i gourds will never he rich lint it Hxitw to me they are a profit able crop If one iindetttands their utilityNearly all are familiar with the pretty next egg variety useful In the j MHiltry hues Thvspeou gourd it4 another little ornamental gourd 1oM useful to put in thu catmip or chow chow Itottle where inetalH soon din color Another is the orange very true to inline and useful for chil drens play to put in a sock when darning for milk or water tumblers for little children for kitchen wilt ciiM tmiHtard pots etc TIll inner lining of the luffa is a network of filler that in letter than cloth to waith anything with and also for the kith Gourd dipxn are iiKMt usoftil vessels Grow thong high on fence or trellis so an to allow the handle to grow straight I have two that have borne hunt usage five years and are nil right yet TIll sugar trough ground in most useful of all for water bucket hens drinking troughs or next lard bucket dishes for any household use and medium MW make most convenient toilet bawls and pitchers for ovary dayuse in family rooms A large size makes a wash howl light nod serviceable 1forchildrcufl laths nail a smaller I slue cut into an ornamental pitcher an inex oimive set X Smaller sizes ripening late in the- Y season are hlnlltiC1wlwlI painted I and gilded or vtsted with appro priate pictures and varnished for nwo Ixwlfl vases flower jars nnd ImskeU When fully rijm prepare trfor the desired purlsstriping inside then bail in water two hours to toughen the shell nod pro vent cracking lllNHHHHH II 11111111 The School JOin WIIiT PIHSMORB E4lter IHIIIIHth1t11I Preparation For The Recitation MIrla Le Dtnlslson There nro several things which rihoulil ho tlelonniiieil before the ro citation Thoyare TIll ptirx w to ho realize in the next recitation Thu things that you are going to teach thopnpilHiu tho noxt recitation IIIillorder that your pnrixxu ho real JIill1 much the pupil already knows which will help him to uiulurHtand I whal you pnwent WhaT rtiinaiim to lx known and in what order it shall lx presented Tho under may or may not lo oB en tial cIIUrol tho e lIuhjlCtIWithout n dcfinito purHRO you can out clearly aHmgutht workwhich you expect time pupil to prepare It does not merely mean BO many pages of hitttory geography etc but what must uu known at time close of thu pllpilrchildto have related ideas concern lag tho Htihject nnd without an ni- mt fY1 or purpoHo on your part ho fails to J Hot thom in that way J Porhajw you havo unsigned work l t j ho done as I have and upon ques thotdidnt know just what you wanted ua do Or perhaps when they at questionedut diiTurunt from what you uxixtcted thom to do It is then that you see IIi tmt you have mado Homo mistake have failed to give them any idea of 4 what was expected of thorn Then going back to the reason you sere that you should have madu a preparation for this recitation litttoI Many teachers will probably havo no time to prepare for IIIrrecitations in this way It tako too long to write out n plan Hut it saws tuna Try time lessons just ono subject and by tho limo you love worked out the or six les sons you will HCO why it was needed Try this plan and in n short limo will unconsciously follow it in nil orj your recitations Tako a reading lesson in the fourth or fifth render as an example Can you clearly state your purpose re garding this lesson If not then you qua readily understand why n pupil can not state clearly what you think ho should know Then go back nnd with a in view idea hind theta to tho new When you have carefully told till pupils what is to Ito prepnrnl you then have n good right to expecta good recitation mid to insist that it lx prepared NlilllHlm Teuchrr WHHIHWHHhHHHIHf The Farm SILAS CBBBVKR MASON Edi- torEiIIiH1It111II +t1 DRAINAGE OF ROADS A Fen fllrapln rrliirlplri to Follow to Oct Good llrnulU- Wator Is tho immt destructive nl1I1I to n mod and yet if n few simple Ilrlllt clplcit arc fulluwMl It ran be easily dente with says W O Hldrldgr niuilMtunt dl rvctor tif the bureau of public road In iiulrlofl Knrth Is mom mixtfptllila to the action of water and more mislly UlMHolvtM nod moved by It than nilJ other road materliil and for tliU ten sue too muck attention con liurdly be Rlvvn to the OrnltmKO of roads Drain DUO alone will often change n bad rood lifto a good one while on tho other hood thu beet road may quickly go to ruin for lack of clrnillaltoIMost country randy nrv too Oat on top to shed water Indeed a great many of theta are not only flat but concave the router belug the lowest part In other wonts their crowns ore Inverted The Sods of the roads one often square shouldera which obstruct the water In Its pawuiKo to the soda drains and as n result the water lies on the surface tin til It In absorbed by time material or evaporated liy the sun It Is often al lowixl to stand In the traveled way un ill tho material Hofleim nod yields le- the import of the horses feet and the action of the wheels of tho vehicles The holes and nuts rapidly increase In number and size wagon after wagon lnkn deeper anti deeper until the road IKTOIIIOS utterly bad lie ImiHirtancu of drainage has been einphaslctM In the statement tint the three Prime essentials to good roads are Unit drulnaKc second better drainage third the best dratnnga possible On open or iKnlous wills surfucc tlrnlu age In connection with heavy rolling is usually quite satisfactory provided the slupo Is go xl and the trnlllc U dot too heavy but for the coO ImpenMous al lurlnl mid clnyey culls sulxlnilnnKe Is sometimes ncccvsnry With heavy traffic narrow tires and lung continued rains freezes and thaws time surface otI nil dirt road Is liable to be completely destroyed and In this case the only remedy U a consolidated lmlI or crust of gravel or broken stone forming n roof to keep out nail carry oft the wa ter This of course constitutes IheI best drainage possible THE GREATEST OFFER Cvsr Made by any Newspaper Now- Using Mad by Thl Oltlitn Full Particulars ad In Pages No pnhlmhor has over made n moro ilwrnl oiler than Unit which is now wing inndo by tho publisher of THE CITIZEN The full dutnilfl of this great offer will IHJ found in thollltl in page 0 lower right hand mater olumim 4 c5tla 0 Already n ininlwr of our subscrihurA hiuvo taken ulvantagu of this otter An Open Letter From the ChapinFONewfl Early iu the spring my wife and I wore taken with diarrhoea and HO severe wore time pains that wo called a phy Ician who prescribed for us out his medicines failed to give any relief friend who had a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea letnedy ou hand gavo each of us a lose aud we at once felt tho effects I procured a bottle and before using the entire contents wo wore entirely cured It is a wonderful remedy and hould be found in every household H C Bailey Editor This remedy is for sale by S E Welch Jr Druggist It faII Live One uOlt you think that minerals have feV There ts tho live wire you know A Picnic Party Should always carry along a bottle of Paracamph In case of a bruise or a sprain it relievos tho pain instantly anllcureR quickly Also the best remedy for Sun Burn aud prevents Mosquitoes and Chig ors from hitting you INFANT TELEGRAPH Sixtieth Anniversary First Message Between Baltimore anti Washington Celebrated DINNER GIVEN IN THE CAPITAL Clarence II Mnckay President of the Postal Telegraph Cable Co Was the Principal Speaker Prof Morse the Inventor Got Hit Idea From a Conversation Held On Board An Atlantic Steamer In October 1853 Washington May 25 Claronco II Mackny president of tho Postal Telegraph Cable Co gavo a dinner Tues day evening to tho heads of his organ Izntlon In commemoration of the GOth anniversary of tho first telegraphic message sent between Baltimore and Washington and tho tenth anniversary of the opening of the Postal building The guests Included all of tho general and many of tho assistant superintend ents from all sections of tho UnltcJ States Including oven California and TexaR The only other guests present worn tho officers of tho company Mr Mackay made an address In which ho said In October 18C3 when Prof Morse was crossing on tho packet ship Sul ly the conversation one evening turn upon tho recent discoveries in plec tromagnctlsm and the experiments of Ampero with the electromagnet Some one asked If the velocity of electricity was retarded by the length of Ithe wire Dr Jackson who was Arcs ent answered that electricity passes Instantaneously over any known length of wire Prof Morse who had been listening Intently remarked U the presence of electricity can bo mode visible In any part oflho circuit I sloe no reason why Intelligence may not Le transmitted Instantaneously by oleo Ity Tho Idea took root In Mr Morses brain and going up on deck he paced up and down until the early hoiirs of the morning If tho spark ho reasoned will go ten miles without stopping I can makn It go around tho globe How truo this unconscious prophecy proved you will all remember when on the 4th of July last year President Roosevelt sent a message on the Completion o tho Pacific cable containing 31 words which traversed around tho globe 28 974 miles of wire In 12 minutes at tho rate of 2415 miles per minute My answer to the president of 42 words occupied exactly nine minutes over the same distance or 3219 miles per min ute Gentlemen let us bow to tho memory and genius of Prof Morse whoso name in the annals of this country has found Its rightful place among those of the Immortals THE BRAZILIAN PAVILION It Was Formally Opened On the Ex position Grounds IISt Louis May 2GTho pavilion erected by Brazil at th Worlds fair was formally opened Tuesday night May 24 was chosen as the dato of the opening ceremonies as it marks the anniversary of tho greatest battle In South Americas history when on May 24 18C5 Brazil and Paraguay fought at Tuyuty In Paraguay Time pavilion has been declared by critics of high authority to be the most Imposing building on tho grounds TO TEST TORPEDOES The Various Types Will Be Tried By This Government Washington May 25 Extensive tests with various types of torpedoes will be begun by tho navy next month lit Newport end Sag Harbor The re narkablo torpedo work In tho Ilusso Japanese war has aroused Increased interest In tho navies of all nations and the competition will bo keens than evor to perfect an efficient tor icdo for naval use Leaving For the United States Washington May 25 Charge Darr- son at Rio Brazil reports that the station laborers who constitute half of the workers on tho coffee plantation In San Paulo are leaving Brazil tom the United States because they are not paid their wagesSenator Masons Trip to Cuba Havana May 25 Former United States Senator Mason left for New Or leans Tuesday on tho steamship Louis lana after having paid Interesting vIs- Its to President Palma Gen Gomez and many other prominent Cubans T H Dale Nominated For Congress Scranton Pa May 25 Thomas II- Dale was Tuesday nominated for congress by tho republicans of tho Tenth district William Council tho present representative from tho district wn not K candidate for reelection German Baptist Convention Carthago Mo May 2GThe Oc- man r Baptist convention hero decided that tho next annual convention ahoul bo held In May ot next year in tin state of Tennessee tho city to bo lie eded later by a committee Col James F Gooklns Dead New York May 25Cot James F eoklns son of tho late Chef Justice oeklns of Indiana Is dead at a hotel hero from a stroke of apoplexy Ho had been since last Tuesday Col ooklns was years old M Teao000oOCash LION COFFEEWe are going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Zion Coffee Not only will LionHeads cut from the packages be good as heretofore for the valuable premiums weihave always given our customers but In Addition tothe Regular Free Premiums the same LionHeads will entitle you to estimates In our 5000000 Grand Prize Contests which will make some of our patrons rich men and women You can send in as many estimates as desired There will be TWO GREAT CONTESTS The first contest will be on the 4th attendance at the St Louis Worlds Fair the second relates to Total Vote For President to bCAst Nov 8 1904 2000000 will be distributed In each of these contests making 4000000 on the two and to make It still more interesting in addition to this amount we will give n II Grand First Prizi of 500000 Five LionHeads I cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a cent stamp entitle you in addition to the reg ular free premiums to one vote in either contest WORLDS FAIR CONTEST Whit will be the total July 4th attendance at the St Louts World Palrf At Chicago July 411Il1 the attendance wai 203373 Par nearest correct estimates received In Woolion Spice Company office Toledo Ohio on or before June 3Jth we will give Bret prize for the nearest correct eitlmate second prize to the nut nearest etc etc as follows 1 First Prize S26OOOO 1 second Prize 100000 2 Prizes ifioooo each 100000 O Prizes 20000 1OOOOO 10 Prises 10000 100000 20 Prises 0000 100000 00 Prizes 2000 100000 2OO Prizes 1000 2GOOOO 1000 Prises OOO 900000 3139 PRIIEB TOTAL S20OOOOO CO HighClass and Diamond Dealers 404 West Street LOUISVILLE KY ESTABLISHED OVER THIRTY YEARS tee us when you are la the city nSP IIeon GlRflRDBT Louisville 11voteevery Lion Coffee Pack age The 2 cent stamp covers the expense of our to IItimateVOTE CONTEST What will be the total Popular Vote cut for ftrt Went vote for all candldates combined at the election Novembers I In 1900 election 139596S3 people voted lor President For nearc tcor rest estimates received In Woolton Spice Cos oftlcelolcdo 0 on or before Nov 5 wo will She ant or the nears correct estimate second prima to Ihenext nestetCelcelcaelollowl 1 FlritPriie 260000 1 Second Prire 2 Priie tooooo each 100000 o Frizes 20000 100000 10 Prize 10000 100000 20 Prizes nooo 100000 eo Prises 2000 100000 26O PrlseS 1000 2BOOOO- 1BOO Ptlses 6OO 000000 2130 PRIZES TOTAL t20OOOOO 4279 PRIZES 4279aMitUn te which wi shall 5000 5000000fCOMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS IN EVERY OF LION COFFEEWOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO IRION GIRARDET Jewelers Market toe IRION GO Ku acknowledgment PRESIDENTIAL 100000 PACKAGE No 2000 Solid Gold Watch 2000 II 5124 Solid Masonic Chum 325- J5 Solid Heavy Gold 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OPPOSITE BUBDETTES lULL Berea Ky Bring jour watch clock and jewelry repair work to weB Robe Co Shop over poet office Price low All work guaranteed We have the beat outfit in this end of Madison county Go to the Red White I Blue Storm For closing out Bargains in Shoes and Clothing A nice hue of Groceries freshat the right price We deliver from 10 a m until 4 p m Phone 60 R J ENGLE Prop Chestnut Street Berea Ky GROCERIES CANDIES FRUITS VEGETABLES and STATIONERY Lunch counter Agent for Langdon Bread Your patronage U soljcted T R PETTUS Dalton Bldg Berea Ky THOXK No 73 iMiller House Newly fitted up Meals and l Board and Lodging at popular prices Next door to Joes R G Engle Prop Main St Richmond K- yNVilliams i le better prepar ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean I iDlE and Precising a specialty Work guaranteed I W A Williams Main StreetyI3 rea Kvt- i i fJif 11YJ1R11WR LEWS fJqy Im just a poor old veteran Im bent and slivered gray I nut once again they think of me on Decoration day They call me patriotic then and let me march With my few comradeSwho are left and call us countrymen Once more I feel the old lime thrill thats always sure to come Wheneer my ear detects the stirring sound of fife and drum The years roll from me all at once Im ready for the fray Dut soft the country rests In peace tis Decoration Day We march a remnant of the ranks that marched so long ago Our coats as blue our hearts as true but heads with touch of snow We march but now no duty cads us on with hurrying feet And fear no longer marks faces lined along the street We carry now no loaded guns there Is no call to fight But In our hands are garlands fair of blossoms sweet and bright They are the tributes that we bear on comrades graves to lay Remembrance of a nations love on Decoration day The children they are marching too a sunny band of youth With faces fairer than the day ann hearts of trust and truth Ah little do they know the strife and pain we faced for them Or every flower that now they bear would seem a diadem We may be veterans but theres a fondness n the heart For something more than this display In which we have a part We ask no idle boast of praise but all along the way A bit of this same sweetness found on Decoration day Theres something sweeter than the flowersremembrance nnd a smile Have power to cheer with thought so dear It lingers all the while A kind word as you go along a tender touch of care Are better when youre growing old than princely homes to share Copyright Rams Horn Chicago ONLY ONE OF MANY A Decoration Day Story By ALMA J NOBLE Good morning Aunt Ruth You see I am on hand bright and early for the lilacs Arent we going to have a beautiful day said Antoinette cheer ily seeming to have caught the conta gion of the bright May morning- I am so glad It Is pleasant for I well remember how rainy It was last Decoration day Im sorry the lilacs are a little backward this year still 1 think we shall find enough for a fair showing Did you bring a basket I did The selfsame one that has done service for the last three years Ralph is coming for me about 11 oclock With that they started for the gar den Everybody Knew Aunt Ruth and none knew her but to love her She was one of those elderly women shall we say rarewho had pre served a sweet happy nature free from disagreeable habits both of speech and manner Although over 60 years old she still possessed that blessed faculty of adaptability which made her a coveted companion of both young and old Children were attracted by her cookie Jar and a fund of delightful stories while those of maturer years were charmed with her personality and her entertaining con versation which ever sparkled with subtle humor despite an unmistakable undercurrent of sadness which at times betrayed itself in her face Antoinette Rathbun was particular ly fond of Aunt Ruth and many happy hours they spent together reading or discussing the various questions of the dayAntoinette was just now In a most beatific state of mind That which makes the world go round had touched her life and imparted to It fresh enthusiasm and delight and this Decoration day morning she seemed unusually happy After all Aunt Ruth she said there Is no season of the year quite to beautiful to me as the springtime when everything seems fairly burst ing with life and delighting In life Ah my dear It Is because you are just now in the springtime of life yourself You seem to me very like that little shrub yonder the buds Just peeping out which shall so soon un fold into the perfect flower So do I see in you the possibilities of a beau tiful and noble womanhood But havent we enough lilacs The sun is so warm Yes indeed we have and I dont care to rob you even for a good cause I am relying upon the girls for a good ly supply Its your Sundayschool class isnt lU Yes answered Antoinette Aunt Ruth wont you go with usT That would make our party complete Do say yesNo I would rather go ajone I am glad though that you are interesting your class this way for It seems to me that children In these slays have too little patriotic spirit and too little appreciation of the cost ot liberty The decoration of the soldiers graves means little more to them than a half holiday from school and a happy time gathering flowers After all I guess It In better so Let them have all the sunshine possible the shadows come usI ten you some I love these patriotic times they stir my heart with pride And theres sweetness in them that I never have dented But we are mre than soldiers friends yes more than vetrans gray We need your love and tenderness to cheer us every day thing for a loug time but I dont knowI that I oughtICertainly you may What Is ItIWill you tell me whose grave you aIIwasknowllItsoldier When did you say Ralph wasI comingNot till eleven Then come into the sitling room where It Is cool and let me tell you a bit of my own life Somjjhow I feel just like it this morning They laid down their flowers and enjoyed the restfulness of the cozy roomIm going to lie down said Aunt Ruth and you bring the hassock and sit right beside me and let mo teaI you what Is In my heart When you came In this morning so happy and lighthearted my thoughts Slew back 30 years when I was about your age and had just as much to make me happy as you have now I was engaged to a noble man and strangely enough his name was Ralph too lie was a lawyer and his fine mind gave promise of a brilliant career We were to have been mar- rIed In the spring of C3 but when the war broke out his countrys call ap pealed to his noblest manhood lie didnt say much at first but I knew that the only obstacle in the way of his enlisting was the pain It would give me He was perfectly well and strong an added reason for his go ing Ah well ilo I remember the night we settled It How earnestly and tenderly ho talked about It In a few days he was gone It took more courage than I then thought to make that sacrifice but my sense of duty to country would not allow me to with hold the word He Joined the Fiftieth New York volunteer engineers company 0 and at first had an easy time The letters were bright and cheery and full of enthusiasm so that after a time I grew less anxious and more and more glad that he went But there came a day when the regular letter failed and a week passed and another and another and finally one came In an unfamiliar hand and told the story I so much feared They thought he vas killed In the battle of Gettysburg In the desperate charge at the Bloody Angle where so many brave men on both sides gave up their lives but diligent search brought nothing more definite I sometimes wonder how I have lived through all these long 30 years but you knew we poor mortals can endure more than we think d have much that is pleasant to look back upon and much In the future to dream of And now about that lonely grave He was a sol diet too and there was no one to care for him so I love to place my flowers there and cannot help feeling that perhaps another Is doing the same for Ralph A whistle interrupted the story andI Antoinette stooped to kiss the old lady and In a moment was gone Late that afternoon after Antoin ettes class had gone and the cemetery was quite deserted Ralph jnd An tolnetto lingered at a little distance from that grave quite unobserved b Aunt Ruth and watched her the flowersDo know said Ralph I never saw anything more pathetic The men who enlisted and fought with courage and fearlessness were Indeed brave heroes but not an atom more heroic than the woincn who gave their husbands and sons and lovers to die for their country and have lived on year after year bravely and cheer fully hiding their loneliness and heart ache behind a happy face AH honor to them eFarmers Review e THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson In the International Series for May 20 1004TheF- usllover TUB LKSSON TINT Mutt 61730- GOIDKN TKXTKor even Christ our paawver U sacrificed for usI Cor 67 SCIUPTUUK SKCTIONIASSION WEEK Sunday The Triumphal Entry Matt 21111 Stark 11111 Luke 19SMI Monday Cursing Harrm llg Tree Matt 211619 Mark 111214 Gleaming of mpleMutt 211217 Mark 111513 Luke IS MSIS Tuesday rig Trte WllherwlMntt 1O Mark iiV6Teaching and He Ing QurttlonedMatt 2123 23M Murk 1127 1240 Luke 20147 Lamentation Over Jerusalem Malt 233739 Widows MlteMark 124141 Luke 2114 Unfold lag of Future Matt 24t254 Murk 137 Luke 21S3 Con piracy Against JeiuiMutt 2615 1416 Mark 111 2 11 Luke x161- Vedneaday Itetlrement at llethany No record Thursday Institution of the Lords Sup perMatt W17S0 Murk 1412M Luke T1MFThuraday April A D 30 the day before the erucUldo- nlLACJerualem at this time full of pilgrims come to the Passover NOTES AND COMMENTS On the first day of unleavened bread The first day of the Passover week the 14th of Nlsan which fell this year on Thursday April Only broad made without yeast was eaten by the Jews during this week The disciples came to Jesus During the day Thurs day Where wilt Thou that we make ready the Passover Perhaps the disciples knew that Jesus had planned for the Passover but they cer tainly did not know what Ills plan were lie did not tell them now but sent two of those who were nearest Him to a certain street where by a previous arrangement of which they had not known Mark 141315 they were to be met by a man carrying a pitcher of wa teran unusual sight f0r the women usually carried the water he would know them and without speaking toIthem or apparently joining then lead them to the appointed place JesusT knew there were plots against abroad In Jerusalem and that there was traitor among the disciples Precautions were wise He did not wish to avoid the Inevitable end but His heart was vet on this last quiet evening with the disciples The little company gathered In the theIrItable but the word Is misleading Leon ardo da Vincis painting the Last Supper Is a most Interesting study of the scene but the painter had been misled Into making the company sit at the table as we do They did not sit but reclined Between verses 20 and 21 read I the words ofJesus Luke 221418 2 the contention as to who should be greatest Luke 222430 and 3 the washing of- the disciples feet by Jesus John 13 120- The Passover meal consisted of unleav ened bread bitter herbs wine and a lamb This feast commemorates the escape from Egypt and was the Independence day of the Jews Aa they were eating He laid John adds He was troubled In the spirit The awfulness of the strain of the last 24 hours of Jesus life wo can hardly Imagine One of you shall betray me And they were exceeding sorrowful Each one questioned himself though no one but Judas meant to betray Him Each one knew his own weakness He that dipped his hand with Me In the dish Knives and forks and plates for each guest were unknown The food was piled In a great circular dish over It was poured the broth and the guest with their fingers dipped a piece of meat or of barley cake into the broth and thus ate ItPeloubet At this point read John 132330 which tells at Judas leav ing the room At last the Master and Ills true friends were alone Jesus took bread and blessed That is blessed Gal for it or as Luke puts it When lie had given thanks This Is My body This stands for symbolizes My body Myself When His disciples ate bread they were to think of Him And lie took a cup and gave thanks Though the cup was a symbol of the life blood He was to pour out He could give thanks for It The covenant Look up Ex 24C8 Jcr 313134 and Luke 2220 In this order for explanation It was a covenant be tween God and men Poured out for many unto remission of sins This states Jesus purpose In living and lIng history from that time to this tes titles to the marvelous effectiveness of that life and death Jesus time not to save men from punishment but to savo them from deserving punishmentto save them from sin Luke adds here Jesus words This do in remembrance of Me It was a suggestion and request the spirit of which loyal followers of the Master will always observe with reverence and love It in one of the sacred rites of our religion It Is the spirit not the form In which the significance o any rite lies I shall not drink hence forth etc Referring to his Imme dlato death and expressing His faith in a triumphant kingdom Burton Mathews Jesus farewell discourses are found In John 1331 lC33and Ills Intercessory prayer In John 17 Th hymn that was sung at the close of th Passover feast was Ps 105108 SENTENCE SERMON Homemade yokes are always beau leste cheap religion never made a val sable character- Sin in Itself Is to be dreaded more than its consequences It IB easy when you have a seat toI tell the other man how to stand up It Is no use talking about your yearn ings for God when you are taking your earnings from the devil The world Is quite willing to accept your plats of Heaven If you will cal let it lay out the streets here Rams Horn JsjfcalsG J + Lw ONLY A WOMAN DRUNK A crowd In the busy street a block In the buttling way A pause for the weary feet that scarcely have tlmwto stay What U the matter Bay Someone to forth has sunk Why do they stop the wayf lla only a woman drunk Only a woman drunk Look at her ni the lies With her face all mud and dirt and that wll t leer In her eyes Hark ta hr grating vote shouting In drunvn glee Would ihe could tee flUb sober eu her own misery t A woman did you IR1 Woman was made to bless To while our cares away to comfort and caress Oh who could love that face bcgrlmmcd by dirt and drink Oh who from that embrace would not IP terror shrink Look at her foaming Itr hark to the mut tered curse A drunkard In a fiend but a woman oh Hi worse God save the maldena fair who gaze upon her now From falling In the snare of the fiend who ban laid her low W A Eaton In National Advocate CONVERTING A BLIND TIGER Evangelist Relates an Incident That Illustrates the Power of Prayer- in Reforming n Man I was conducting revival meetIng In Florida relates Maj James 1t Cole In Rome Horn One afternoon In the courthouse at a large gathering quite a number of ruffians rame In It was a nolicense town There were about 113 who were called llllnd Tigers told liquor defying the law A number of them carried the liquor around In their pockets One would give a man a wink step to one side 1IEIIK IS A LfTTTEH THAT WILL EXIrLAINTllKWIIOIKTHINCI show him the bottle give him a drink drop tiff change into his pocket andI then hunt around for another customer After preaching I asked If anyone present was willing to turn his back upon sin drink and everything of that sort and get right with God to come forward The roughest man in the town who carried his whisky botth In his stocking and who supported his wife and five children on that line was In the meeting and was deeply stirred and came forward fell on his knees prayed and publicly confessed Christ He was considered the worst character In the town It was a surprise to allI that he took the step that he did He gave me his whisky bottle out of his stocking threw It out of the win dow and It was smashed to pieces hn said I am done with selling liquor There were about a dozen drinking men that afternoon who decided for ChlrstThree days later this man came into my room where I was being enter tamed and said Maj Cole I went into your meeting the other afternoon with twp or three others with the In tention of disturbing your meeting and If wo could do It break It up andI get you out of town for the temperance sentiment was growing and we were fearful of our business being in terfered with too much While there however and while you were speaking I was deeply convicted of the life I was leading My mother seemed to como before me my tattler Is dead and my family whom I was support ing by this miserable trafflc and I ncfmy a of mind that I could not resist coming forward I could not understand why I did so nor tho change wrought for tosa ter hat will explain the whole thing milesewas like this My near Son Your mother Is made very rad that you are out of employment that your dear wife has been nod you have hall such n hard time to support your flue children I sympathize with you deeply unit the mother that cared for you when you Wfrg a little boy linn n heart bIll enough to rare for you all now hut ihe has not the means to do It but I would rather hear that you were dead and your dear wire nnd your five children dead and burled with you than to have you continue the life that you any you are lending dragging other tnmllfe down by the nccir ed drink My dear boy my llrit toy my heart breaking but I will take it to God In prays Here tho letter was blotted you could see where tear drops had fallen on the paper nail blurred the writing ttAfter awhile the loiter wee resumed My Dear Son Your old mother hUB nfon her knees for one hour In prayer ntlllr know anything of the voice of God I knee this that He lies already told me that lie t has said to Sutan Thus far halt thou ri and no farther And my dear eon In the name of Jesus Christ you will net from the life In whhh you are living and God wilt answer my prayer Maj Cole you see by tho letter that It was written that very after noon that I was In the courthouse and now he raid I understand It nil Ho burst into Mrs and said Thank God for such a praying mother I an done with It I hero had my last drlnlt and sold my lost drop and I God for this gracious revival thanlIctThis was tho means of to Christ He was quite an worker during tho rest of the were there USE OF ALCOHOLIC DRINK Scientists Agree That It Is Seldom Beneficial to Human Beings The committee of 60 scientists which has for ten years been studying the liquor question has Issued its fourth pre liminary retort In two volumes says Harpers Weekly The followingaruthotmain conclusions drawn Erects of moderate or occasional use of alcoholic drink differ with individuals age oc cupation and climate With the major ity of occasional moderate drinkers no special effect upon health seems to be observed by themselves or their physi clans lnomeiuchcaiedrlnklng Is harmful In a few It li thought to Lie beneficial Eighty per cent of time leading brain workers of the United States uc alco hone drinks occasionally or regularly or In moderation Thcu e of such drink to stimulate mental effort gives on the whole bad result Even occasional or moderate use U likely to be harmful to young persons mainly because of the danger of its leading to excess Among dlKcasctl or Infirm person over Ian of age alcoholic beverages whllo sometimes useful should be taken If at all with the last meal of tho day Fine old whiskies and fOaM old brandies are nearly as likely to produce Injurlouiv effects as are the cheaper sorts If taken In the same quantities In moderate quantities beer wino anll- diluted whisky have a certain tOOl value but they are seldom used fur fool purposesrather for tholr effect on the brain In large quantities and for tome ywaonseven In moderate quatitlllo they am poison Alcoholic drinks In moderate quantities maybe useful rev storative In fatigue after work la done but they often produce depression and harmful results when used Just hufoi and during labor physical or mental AXLES AS WHISKY KEGS New Scheme Discovered for Evading the lAws of the Indian Territory An entirely new scheme of whl ky peddling has Just been discovered la the Indian Territory and It seems to have been going on for months says the Topeka Capital The omcers of the district northwest of Herbert have known for some time that whisky was being sold to various parties but not until recently were the peddlers caught They had traveled around the country In an old wagon drawn by n poor span of Indian ponies and were presumably buying eggs and poultry They would sell small bottles of liquor to farmers and Indians through the neighborhood and one dollar K pint was the usual price The officer discovered that both axles of the old wagon were of lion and very large These axles were hollow and would hold about tour gallons each Tho ped lers would remove a small Ml and insert a pump and draw tho desired amount of whisky Ono of tho peddlers admits having sold whisky la this way for live months and has mado enough money to buy a farm In Texas He says he will serve nil time In jail and then buy a farm NOTES FROM AFIELD The city council of Minneapolis Minn has passed an ordinance prohibiting tho dispensation of free lunch In saloons Adalriville Ky hu voted nollccntc and the citizens have raised a fund of 3000 to prosecute any person who attempts to run a blind tiger In the townThe government of Holland has intro duced a bill to reduce drunkenness Persons under 18 are prohibited from en tering a public house unless accom panied by an adult The Congressional Temperance society at Washington hiss been In exist ence since 1833 and among Its members have been and are scores of the noblest statesmen of the United Statesamong them Everett Seymour Cam Henry Wilson Giddings Choato Blair Fill more Col fax Logan Monroe Garfield Dawcs Long Dingle Llttlellcld Drunkards of Iowa will hereafter bo Imprisoned In a magnificent lioppltal that Is to bo erected at Knoxville at a cost of 125000 Under tho existing system a judge may commit a man for an definite term in the Inebriate hosilltalIUnder the former system there was nlImeans of forcibly restraining the Inebri rites but the new law makes them virtually prisoners No More Wine Feasts With n view to promoting temper ance among all grades of employes the St Louis 5 San Francisco and tho Chicago Eastern Illinois railroads have cut oft the appropriation heretofore granted for wine feasts among traveling district and general agents This reform Is In line with the general rules against Intoxicants that are now enforced on almost all railroads REMOVAL OF LARGE TREES 1 Long Idaad Contrivance Which Makes the Work Easy and Is Simple Indeed reply to a correspondent would say t ono of the simplest and most eat itIn contrivances for removing trees on the farm or elsewhere have ever teen It shown In the accompanying Illustration In construc tion It IB very simple and cheap It can be made and used on any farm Tlio device consists of three heavy pieces of oak timbers or other bard wood five to eight feet lung the size depending large ly upon the size of tho trees to be re moved Tho rear cross piece Is bolted on the lower bases as shown In the picture and a heavy log chain la at 8UKO roil HANDLING THKU8 Cached to tho hooks or rings In the front pieces as Illustrated In removing a large tree a trench Is dug around It leaving a ball of earth as large as desired The appara tus is slipped around and under the tides of this ball of earth containing tho tree As tho sides of the boat are cutout and rather sharp three are drawn together with a log chain by a team of horses or block of tackle Iy drawing this up tightly the points are brought together thus raising and lift ing the ball of earth and the tree upon the runners When everything Is In readiness two or four horses as the case may require are hitched to the chain and the tree Is drawn out the front part of the opening having been slanted for that purpose When a tree Is to be reset a bole largo enough to accommodate It Is dug with both sides slanting Into it to that the horses can bo driven down through and out the bole thus drawing the tree In place By loosening the chain and hitching the hones to the other end of tho boat thus Is easily withdrawn thus leaving the tree In position By Oiling the hole and watering carefully largo trees can be easily removed even In midsummer without serious disturb ance The one shown In tho picture was transplanted In July 1902 and was not injured In the least Tho tame apparatus was used for transplanting a large block of maple cedar and other I Iornamental trees It was designed made and used by Alexander Mayer of Long Island Orange Judd Farmer UOnTICULTTUURALDRIEFS An orchard is an Investment that will In time pay compound Interest and to more than ono generation too The man who depends on government free seeds will reap many more things than ho sows and regret will bo ono of them Attend every horticultural meeting possible Any farmer can pick up Ideas and get Information at the meet logs that will bo of great value Horticultural meetings should beheld at a tlmo when there Is oppor tunity to make good 6 splays of fruits Somewhere about November 1 Is tho time Then the displays If properly labeled become public educators This plan followed would in tlmo cause a demand for better apples and color alone would not bo the chief selling factor Systematic War on Borer Two years ago I was examining tome young trees or borers I found thom abundant I removed tho dirt from tho trees preparatory to digging them out I WAS then called away on lomo business and the trees were fort gotten until more than a week later when I returned to finish tho borers I found tho heat of the sun had dried Iho exposed roots and the borer wore ill dead Since then I destroy borer by cleaning away tho soil apd Jotting the sunshine do the work for me It docs not hurt tho trees so much as the cutting necessary to dig them out I have hall good results from sowing a quart of commdn salt under each tree The foliage Is Improved In color and it destroys Insects that como In contact with ItD F Pancoast In Western Fruit Grower Its the Drain That Counts 4JJIt matters little whether or not tho toll of any section Is very rich or only moderately so The succisn or failure of farming in that locality will depend largely upon the farmers them selves Uptodato men who are wide awake well educated and willing to take advantage of every natural and artificial aid will succeed anti make money Do not be discouraged if your farm is not quite as good as your neighbors The chances are you will do better than ho unless he be equal ly progressive Nor will you work any harder It is brain and not muscle only that counts Orange Judd Former HERES AN ILLUSTRATION It Provtsi in Cold Figures That Only the Rich Can Afford to Keep Poor Cows In a recent Issue of tie Dairyman Is given a good illustration of the result that la liable to occur Then a man trle to buy his cows too cheaply A man In New York went to a farm whose owner had ten cows to sell Of the ten three are cows that yield over 3DOO quarts of milk each year four yield about 2000 quarts each and three yield about 1100 quarts each Hero was a dajry representing the three principal clauses of cows good ylclders poor ylcldcrs and Very poor yleldcrs Tho three 3COOquart cows were held at 75 a head The four 2000quart cows were held at UG a lead The four 1150quart cows were held at 3S a head In other terms here were three good cows to be had for 225 four poor ones to bo had for 180 and three very poor ones to be had for lOG The buyer toolS the three very poor ones and one poor ones paying for the four JIll Idea was that hn could not Afford to buy three cows that cost 225 and that he could afford to buy four that cost him UGO How will his purchase work out dur- Ing the coming year Barring accidents and disease his four cows will yield during the year 5450 quarts of milk and bo will have four calves to raise or sell The milk will probably average 28 cents a quart or 15260 for the year The value of the calves If put a 20 would swell tho years income to 17200 That means an income of 4315 per cow for the year The cost of keeping the four cows will not be far below his Income from them if Indeed it docs not equal or ex Geed the Income Apparently these four cows are not going to bo valuable in come earner Can ho afford to go on keeping cows of that claret Suppose bo had taken the three good cows at 225 How would his year work out with them 7 lie would have paid 22G for tho three They would have yielded 10500 quarts of milk In tho same year At the same average price 28 ante a quart the In come from these cows would be 294 for their milk and their calves at the same price per head would be worth ur making the years Income 309 If we assume that the cows purchased JusIpaid for their feed and labor the r cows at the same rate would have left after deducting these Items 6475 each or a total of 19425 to apply on the repayment of the purchase price Tho second year at this rale the three goo cows would finish the cancellation of tho original Investment and leavo a balance of 10360 If tho sum available for Investment Is limited curtail the number of Individuals rather than the quality Only the rich man can afford to keep poor cows GOOD IDEA FROM HOLLAND Inexpensive Solution of the Vexed Problem of Making Butter at Minimum Expense Butter Is made In a variety of ways by hand power steam power even doe chuteillustratedsaving device The laborious old hand WINDMILL CHURN churn has been replaced among many enterprising farmers by a patent churn run by a dog treadmill In the great modern dairies the butter is churned by the ton by steam or electricity The windmill churn In actual use In some parts of Holland Is at once a very elm pie and an Inexpenulvo solution of the problem Tho milk Is placed In a jar or similar vessel which Is inclosed in a box which in turn is Axed to the axle of the windmill Tho wind of course does tho churning and the faster the wind blows the quicker will the butter appear Losses from Forest Fires The department of agriculture re ports that forest fires in the Adlron dacka between April 20 and June 8 last year caused losses amounting to 3500000 Fires in the western for est reserves did vastly moro damage than this but no doubt the destruction Is lessened by tho activity of rangers and government employes Tho sheepmen claim that the chance of fire spreading in tho forests Is not near ly so great where tho sheep keep the tall grass and undergrowth eaten down and no doubt the assertion la true Sometimes a fire is attributed to tho carelessness of some herder but as a matter of fact tho sheepman would be more interested In prevent ing a fire than anyone else since It would deprive him of grass for his sheep Every farmer should in a sense be a fruit grower It ho hasnt tho ambi tion to grow fruit to ship to market he should have the large and small fruits in plenty for home use A FATAL EXPLOSION A Railway Torpedo Factory at Flmllny 0 Blown Ups Seven Persons Killed Five More May Not Recover and Ten or Twelvo Badly Injured Concussion Felt For Miles Around Findlay 0 May 23ts a result of an explosion In the two drying rooms of tho Lake Shore Novelty Cos plant hero Sunday seven persons are known to be dead five arc so seriously hurt that recovery Is believed to be Impossible and 12 or 15 are Injured Vsdly From reports of the physicians ten of tho less seriously Injured may die as a result of blood poisoning from tho potash that was driven Into their bodies The dead Joe Sherwood aged 21 Jay Sherwood 24 Edith Dillon 17 Dean Shaw 18 Mary Snider 22 Es tells Decker 15 Frank Grant 21 All of the above with the exception of Es werekilledafter being removed to their homes The injured whom It Is believed can not recover arc Maggie Logan 19 injured by flying debris Thomas flock struck In the back by flying barrel arms and legs broken Internally In lured Claude Shaw twin brother oft Dean back severely Injured and ankle broken Efno Peterman caught In fall jng debris and Internally injured Hay Dcterman badly injured by falling do galls Two employes are missing arid are Bupposcdto have been blown to atoms The Lake Shore novelty works plant covered nearly ten acres of ground InI the southwest part of tho city and em ployed nearly 200 men women arid children Railroad torpedoes an1 Fourth of July explosives were manu factured Owing to the large rush of prdcrs the officials of the plant request ed tho employee to report for duty Sunday About 30 compiled with tho request Sunday morning the residents of Findlay were startled by two explo alone which shattered windows throughout the city Tho concussion was felt for miles around Two maga nines In separate rooms at tho novelty works exploded simultaneously with jterrlblo reports Tho exact cause ot the explosion Is not definitely known It Is surmised that ono of the Sher dwood brothers who wero the only per eons In the drying rooms dropped a large box of torpedoes but this theory can not ho confirmed The explosion occurred shortly before the employes assembled for duty At least 20 per sons were on their way to the factory when the explosion occurred Human forms were strewn consid enable distance apart on the factory site The remains of tho Sherwood brothers wero found In drying room No mangled and almost unrecognlz able Their clothing was blown from their bodies save a stocking on the right foot of Jay Sherwood The body of Edith Dillon was picked up 200 yards from where tbo explosion occur redThe news of the catastrophe spread like wildfire throughout the country Every train and Interurban car that has arrived In the city was crowded Tho largo plant Is shattered Into frag meets not a single wall remaining Bricks and timber can be found for half a mile around BENJ CREENBOUOHS WIDOW She Brings Suit Against the Standard Oil Co For About 50000000 Boston May 23One quarter of a cent on every gallon of kerosene oil manufactured by tho Standard Oil C since 1S74 Is what Mrs Benjamin Grccnbough claims Is duo her oa tho executor of her husbands estate She has entered suit against the great cor poratlon and the amount she hopes to wrest from It Is estimated at 50 000000 prolluctOchim is attributed the present commercial utility of kerosene on tho ground that bo Invented tho process which rendered It nonexplosive PETER C ELLIOTT His Lifeless Body Found Hanging From a Railroad Bridge Mineapolls Minn May 23Tho life leas body of Peter C Elliott the man who was arrested several months ago in Washington on suspicion of being n lunatic with probably murderous designs on President Roosevelt was found Sunday morning suspended 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tho heights In a narrow section of tho Lla Tung peninsula and that tho Japanese were entirely wiped out The report lacks confirmation London May 25Tho correspoml eat of the Morning Post at Mukden under date of May 24 says It is reported there that Gen SenncnkampfTt Cossacks captured two Japanese trans port columns thus leaving the Japanese army without supplies in a dim cult country Liao Yang May 25Where is con tlnued skirmishing between the Rus sian cavalry and tho Japanese Cos sacks are pressing tho Japanese In tho hills and by roads generally driving them back The general plan of the Japanese has not been divulged They are np parently making time awaiting the ar rival of reserves from Korea who have been delayed owing to the 1m passabllity of Uio roads The Japanese aro sending all inval ids in the direction of the Yalu to a central hospital Tho Chinese report tho destruction of another Japaneso battleship off Port Arthur but the report Is unconfirmed and is not credited Several Japanese who landed from Junks near Port Arthur and started to ward the town with the IntenUon ct dynamiting the docks were captured and shot The Russian wounded are recover ing rapidly Several wounded soldiers dosertcd from the hospital and stole back to tho front A typhoon is raging off the coast Washington May 25Through our ministers abroad the naval attaches ol the United States have been Instructed- to report upon tho number and danger to neutral shipping of war mines float Ing off tho Manchurian coast The in formation will be placed in the hands of tho naval general board who will submit its vlows to the president and It occasion warrants it representations will bo mode to the belligerents Liao Yang May 25It Is reported from a Chinese source that the Japan ese have evacuated Feng Vhng Cheng and are occupying villages in the BUT rounding territory There is no ex planation of this move but it Is thought that It may be connected with tho prevailing cholera epidemic RUSSIAN COMMISSION It Is on a Secret Mission to President Loubet Paris May 25The Solr claims that It has learned from a trustworthy source that Lieut Gen Baron Fred prick and another member of the Rus sian court who recently visited Paris came on a secret mission which had for its purpose tho seeking of the in tervention and effective support of the French government in the event of China adopting an aggressive attitude towards the Russians in Manchuria The paper alleges that the government lve a formal promise of compliance with Russias request Exposition Flag Portland Ore May 25An omelet flag for tho Lewis and Clark exposition has been adopted Tbo design Is In four colors red white blue and yellowsymbolical of England France Russia and Spain tho countries which first sent exploring expeditions to the great northwest The Vatican Controversy Paris May 25The government has decided to fully present the Vatican controversy culminating In the recall of M NIsard to the chamber of depu ties A violent debate is expected and the government is preparing for a moro radical action Senator Jewell Acquitted Kansas City Mo May 25A Jury In the criminal court brought in a ver diet of acquittal In the case of Slate Senator Jesse L Jewell of this city who was charged with soliciting a bribe in connection with certain mak ing powder legislation Boat With Passengers Sinks San Rafael Cal May 25A river boat with passengers aboard sank at 415 p m Tuesday afternoon on Red Rock oft San Quentin The boat truck at 3 oclock The lifeboats arts floating but they aro far from shore and in a heavy gale Four Men Drowned Boise Ida May 26John Bowen John Conley John Bedore and a man named McDonald were drowned in the rapids of tho Payetto river Tuesday The four men attempted to come down the rapids in a boat and the boat was capsized 1 11111 I 11 I I I I I I I H11 I I 11 I H+I1IMIIhIIl1lI I I1 +M- Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES frHHIH +I I I llluI II I 1111 I I 11 H I I H+ 1HIIIIiMII J T Woolt is tho guest this wool of his daughter Mrs W H Porte Born to Mr mid Mrs C C Logs don on the 12th inst u ten pound boy Grover Fish returned Friday from St Louis mid will bo hero until after Commencement W J Tntinn who has been jxH l bug tan bark at Kirby Knob for three weeks was homo over Sunday Bert Gabbard who has been work ing for several months in Jellico Tenii returned home Sunday Tho Postollico hero will bo opened Monday Memorial Day from 0 to 8 oclock a eat and front 2 to 8 oclock p in Prof mid Mrs L V Dodge loft Tuesday for Frankfort where they are attending the Stato G A Ren campment Tutor E F Diziiey has taught property a mile out on the Rich mond pike and expects to remove thero after Commencement Miss Phoelw Roberts of Millville Ohio is visiting her brother George It Roberts here and will remain until after Commencement The Boys Cluligavo another social at tho Parish House Friday night witli the proceeds of which they paid off the balance of their indebtedness H C Woolf of Marion Critten den County has accepted a position with tho Berea Banking Co hero and has already entered upon his duties Miss Bessie Bales returned to her homo in Robbins Breathitt County Monday after sending two months hero with her aunt Mrs G T Spencer Time Berea Baptist church and Sundayschool will hold their annual picnic at Slate Lick Saturday Mem hers are requested to meet at the church at 830 a in with their has ketsMrs Mary Coddington and daugh ter Kate of LaFayette Ind arrived Tuesday night for an extended visit with relatives here Theywill go onto Roanoke Va for n visit with Harry Coddingtou before returning home John Welch returned Friday from Stale College Lexington accom panl1 by his friend mural chum W G Cleaver They join the Stato College cadet force today for u ten days trip to St Louis and tho Worlds Fair Col Gee W Baum tho silver tongued orator of Kentucky delivered his popular lecture The New Woman and tho Old Man to an audience of two hundred persons at the Tuber undo Monday night As is always tho case Col Baum charmed and de lighted his audience- A J Kidd and family of Vincent Owsley County were tho guests here Friday of Mr Kidds muter Floyd Kidd mgt family on Center street They went out to Wallaceton and remained over Sunday with another brother Mr Hardin Kidd returning to their homo at Vincent on Monday Mrs Ida Q Gardiner of Santa Barbara Calif accompanied by her little daughter Joy is tho guest here of Prof and Mrs S C Mason Mrs Gardiner is a sister of Mrs Mason nUll came Friday from Oklahoma City Oklu T where she hind been visiting another sister for a mouths visit hero Dr and Mrs Howard Switzer had a delightful trip to Lexington last week The Doctor attended the Stato Medical Association convened at Lexington and ho and Mrs Swit zer attended a reception at Mr R R Earlyfl given to Capt C C Early and bride of Louisville Tho Doctor spoke in tho highest terms of Berea College to his old friends and expects to make Berea his permanent homellfengorialDay will bo observed at the Tal crnaele Monday as usual tho College uniting with the G A R post in the services A varied pro gram has boon arranged for tho morning beginning at U30 oclock followed by tho decoration of graves at tho cemetery and a basket dinner on tho Campus Tho afternoon ses sion will begin nt 130 oclockwith Hon Win R Ramsay of London Ky as orator of tho day While Mr and Mrs D N Welch mid baby were out hiving Sunday their horse became uiimanagable opposite the foot bridge on Chestnut street Mr Welch in some way was thrown out and tho horse started to run turning down tho hill to tho right and again into Depot street Several attcmptswcro made to stop tho horse but none succeeded until ho reached tho top of the hill at Welch store Other than being badly frightened Mrs Welch and tho baby wore none the worse for their wild ride Miss Matilda Cook daughter of Mrs R C Cook on Center street while out driving Sunday evening with sonic other young 1lOphacei dentally fen from the buggy when they were a mile front town on the Richmond pike She immediately got up but fainted away before slit could regalia the buggy She was brought homo and not regain consciousness until eleven oclock Monday Her ease is very puzzling for as far as can IKJ determined win is not injured in say way whatever It is Bupi osed that her condition is duo to tho nervous steak from tin full She is now improving rapidly and will doubllesslo out again inn few daysA SAD DEATH Mr Green C Hoskins was struck by lightning during till severe rain and thunder storm hear Monday afternoon mill instantly killed nod Prank Garrett was knocked senseless Tho two men were working on the unfinished louse of J L Baker on tho Big Hill pike hut stopped work when the rain cane up The light ning struck the second rafter from time west llIloC tho house at time ridge followed that to time rives then along the south side of time house one fork running down time window casing mill shattering it a second time door casing and a third down the second studding from the southeast corner Mr Hoskins was leaning against this studding and the light ning transferred its force to his holy killing him instantly Mr Garrett was sitting ou a work bench thirty feet distant nod was thrown violently to tho floor When ho become conscious he hastened to time assistance of his prostrate companion but found life extinct The remains were taken to Mr Hoskins homo on Center street amt the sad news broken as gently as j ossiblo to his wife and family The mineral services were heldlit tho house Tuesday afternoon conducted by Rev N D Culton of Richmond followed by burial in tho burying groundon time Old Williams place ono milo south on the Scaffold Cane pike where reside tho deceaseds father and mother Mr mid Mrs J W Hoskins Besides his parents time deceased leaves a wife and two small children and two brothers L11 and W S May8thlived on tho home farm on Scaffold Cane until his removal hero two years ago Ho had been accepted as a candidate for baptism by time Scaffold Cane Baptist church but had not yet been baptized and taken into full meml ership Time whole com munity is shocked mad saddened by this sudden and unexpected death mid tho sincere sympathy of all is with tho bereaved family The family und relatives of tho ileceased desire to express their licartfelt thanks for the kindness and liclpful sympathy of their friends Hid neighbors in this trying time of sad lcrcavcmcnt IH1H1HIHHH College Items 1 HERE AND THERE 1I1111111 Miss E K Corwin tho College Librarian returned Tuesday from her extended visit to New Bruns wick N J A former student hero who is now n student in a Northern College writes Berea College hits n higher itandard of morality more earnest Christian students and a bettor spirit- of hospitality than this College James Beard formerly of Brooklyn- N Y and u student hero in OSM was a visitor hero from Saturday until Tuesday of tho past week Mr Beard is now general manager of several largo cotton plantations in Louisiana and Mississippi Ho ox pected to make a longer visit hero hut was called homo on business Prof and Mrs L V Dodgo en ertainod tho following young people- at supper on Friday evening Misses Grace Lester Elizabeth Lewis and Lizzie Williams and II M Ernst J- C Stratton and Mr and Mrs E C Scale and Misses Carlotta Osborno and Pearl Baker Tho first six menti ned ore members of tho Col logo senior class Tho two other members of tho class G R Roberts md J M Brown wore out of town and those who were hero are tolling thorn what a pleasant evening they mimed by being away Tho Kentucky Normal and Industrial Institute base ballteam color edcanine over from Frankfort Satur A day and defeated the Berea College colored teum by time score of 13 to 8 The visiting team scored six runs ou tho first inning and time Berea team was unable to overcome this lead The game was slow bothsidl mak ing costly errors The amino was characterized by heavy hitting soy oral long ones living pulled down in tho out field besides those which fell sate Tho colored students ten tiered n reception to the visitors in tho East Parlor of Ladies Hall Sat unlay night from 730 to 100 oclock and the visitors went away loud in praise of their treatment hero A CHANCE FOR YOU There is a good chance for strong and willing young men to ean money for school expenses in Berei this fall by work on the Farm and in time Brickyard and at other work These chances are only for such nR will la how in time Fall Term ginning Septemlwr 11 and time work must Imp engaged beforehand For imrticulant address W C GAMDIK Secretary Berea Ky Berea Reunion The graduates and former students of llerca are so widely scattered mid so busily at work that they do not undertake to return to their Alma Mater oftener that ones in three years HHt is time tome and a large gathering is expected The Reunion this your is signal ized by time publication of an 11 intor ictil Sketch of time College which will lx of highest interest to every 01l0nlCIUllinlltlwith the Institution Perhaps tho chief feature of this Historical Sketch is the illustrations Over fifty portraits are furnished showing chief donors otlicere and prominent graduates of time Institu tion Other pictures are tho Wright house the first cabin on tho Items ridge a map of the Berea ridge in early days the Old Glade Church house the Fee Homestead at a time when time children wore enjoy ing themselves in tho front yard with a tester nail other illustrations which allwill appreciate Time Sketch is published by time College and is on Kile or will lx sent xwt paid for 00 Copies ready for de livery Juno 1st Ilia that ciino from Hummer fleet mother nee4 tint fear to uPIIINoTEETHINA Aids Digwition Regulates tho Bowels and costa only 2i cents at Druggists or mail 2T tents to Dr C J Moduli SU Louis AlaI HOME MADE CANDY Pure Wholesome and healthful Assorted Bon Bonn In neat t pound boxes East End Drug Co Main St Beroa Ky When the Sap Rlss Wonk lungs should ho careful Coughs and colds are dangerous then One Minute Cough Cure cures coughs and colds and gives strength to the lungs Mrs G E Fonnor of Marion lad saysIII suffered with a cough until ran down in weight from 148 to 92 lbs I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Tough Cure Four bottles of this rondorful remedy cured mo entirely or the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by the East End Drug Co Buy your Engagement and Wedding Rings From thin largo BOIl best tock of guaranteed goldfilled and solid gold jewelry shown in Bores Prices right Jill and see our lino of goods A J Thompson Opposite Burdettes Mill Berea Ky TIME KEEPERS mIJluy hleheUit timekeep er et the might price I They sere money end are mote talulactory I Our are guaranteed IWrite for catalogue or call IRK MGlKARDCTaCOl 501AettXtrksl LeainlAe1 When you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by S E Welch Jr druggist Wm Lunsford General Dealer In High Grade Pianos and Organs Instruments repaired and tuned Drop rao a card and I will call promptly B ere BO Ky Letter Testament DDRESS c FARMERS cc We want live fat Poultry Eggs Hides and Feathers We pay highest cash prices C F GOTT CO Bucrowom to Iloni rrwlure Company Depot Stroot Bores Ky i The International Bible SeriesIs TMI LARGEST LINE OF SELFPRONOUNCING BIBLES IN THE WORLD THEY KINOWNtO TMCIH CLEAR PRlNTSCHOLARLY HELPS SUPERIOR BINDINGS ted DO YOU NEED A BIBLE ThiN ter tkli burl Morocco PlTlilty deceit Rea Ccratri Red Under CU Itgtt SILK SEWED large TJH MiaUn t SELFPRONOUNCINGTEACHERS CONTANING irks claaU1 Conurdincc tiltMoat UtUUcUry U Kzlittic UUttratUii MIH U eaten mid tilt rat COMPUTE MW TO Tfflt STUDY or TRI BULK With tilt Wtrd Ske krCkrlit Nrcc BlitlirDlrlaltyCirceil FoUMld BEElEX X KENTUCKY L A Good- Place To Trade Dry Salt Side Mast Tic Dry Salt Bock Go Meal6x1Zaring Patent Flour 7C c This In not all Phono 40 A P JR Depot St Hems Ky C M Mulllns D F Goforth The New Grocers Wo Have nn entirely New Stock ot Groceries which is a guarantoo of tho FRESHNESS of our Roods Our Line is Try our fine Breakfast Bacon D 1f Ferrys Seeds grow Wo sell them Good Coal Oil13c per gallon Goods delivered at 10 a ta satin pm Phone 70 Mullins Goforth Main Street Berea Ky ALSO PURIFIES TUG GOOD CROPS Price only I ray- restage t lime Blklt railed wilt sled t Tkinklilcxr AddltlastPrice 85 ds q CITIZEN SETTLE Complete f THE CITIZENS CLASSI FlED AD COLUMN WANTED PURCHASER loran oxtra goat md die now for two thinla the lItprice Inquire of Trvanurer Onltorno 1 ANYONE WISIIINU TO SELL pewter or iron limp please nee Mm Frank days ou Jackson = street BeresaYOUNG MEN WHO DESIUE TO earn their education can secure work on the College farm or brickyard Write to Secretary Will O ainhlo before coming but write at once WHO WANTS BIG CROPS The College Farm Department ProftMason can npaio a quantity of thin Buckeye Fertilizer which suchctall good com and other crops tbenpast season For price etc apply Noon 1eeaterrwnl and alrrrlenldelahlbhedweelmty liuilnrui houw otwIM financial standing MIA weekly llh- oIpenWS fclilltlonil all payable in tUb direct from heal oHlm Ilrer nail IrarrlltIUmlolI WblIl1 arieraoew cnrtloi MtnuUrlur m end whnmeealera Pept 3 floor Ul Imeerbon III SALEtFIRST CLASS BUILDING BRICK constantly on band We also have Lard burned brick and bath for cU terns aher110w price Bores College Brick yard- BALED HAYExtra quality at the College Barn- BICYCLE ready for instant use all bearings and nickolrd parts good an now gear 100 weight 20 pounds Can be seen at any time at the printing ofice Berea Ky IDR FENNERS I Kidney SI15t All DUeuet of the kidneys bladder and urinary organ Also heart rheumalUm backache gravel dropsy female BLOODCure IDont beeom dlieooractd Thin II a curt tar yon It necessary write Dr Veneer tie bu spent a lifetime curing Jut suCh CUM u jour All consultation are raIL have suffered for the put ton yean with backach and trouble and tried many of the most prominent physician la Boiton and Omaha tad all the patent medicine I heard of In the hope of obtaining toilet Finally teeing your ad I procured a bottle of Dr Fenner1 Kidney and Backache Cure and I with to thank you for the benefit I received therefrom Twa bottles entirely cured ma and I darent a pats or ache of any kind I cheerfully recommeo R to DIIafer friends MOlt slncersl yours MIM ALICE McDONALD 2954 Barney St amah Nt1lIBold by Druggists and It Ark for Dr Fenner Almanac or IlookFwu I Result only from dUeue kidney I GOOD SEEDS I Buy Good Cow Peas and Good Mil let Seed from us and raise good crops A carload of Feed Corn just received Baled Hay and Straw Lime and Cement HARBER and HUGUELYYMate Street Richmond Ky 0 o t fir LA Ff GFG FFFFFGFFC irFFFt1FGFdFGC FGFFC FFC GFFFGFFFFFGFGCE u i STATE NEWS PICKUPS aIJ THE JAIL GUARDED An Angry Mob at Central City Threatens the Life of a Negro 1Central City Ky May 21 Central City and vicinity are greatly excited over a probable murder committed hero about oclock Friday afternoon Richard Stobaugh while suffered a tr crushed skull at the hands of Jessek t 4 t Hobertson a colored boy 19 years old iJHoberl on was beating the noso of Joe 1 a IG year old Mother of Itlcharil Stolmugh against the ground when Richard Slobaugh walking up to them said Boys quit this now Robertson resenting the Interference threw a rock which truck Richard Stobaugh between the eyes crushing r his Ikull Stobaugh lies unconscious and attending physicians aay Mil re covery Is Imiwsslble Stobaugh was an upright and honorable farmer re siding two miles from Central City Ho uttered no threats and made no attempt to hurt Robertson Ho has a wife and three children Robertson I ran to his homo halt a mllo distant where ho war found under the bed t and arrested and landed In jail hero w A Urge number of guards were sworn In to protect him from mob violence County Judge Sparks of Orcenrllle telephoned tho officers hero to put Robertsons bond at 2200 which was not furnished He also said hb would send the sheriff and a posse to protect tho Negro or convoy him to the jail In Oreenvlllo Citizens are standing about In groups and mob violence Is Imminent If Stobaugh dies PRICES TOO HIGH V Dickering For a Site For a Union De pot at Lexington i Lexington ICY May QAI the re mutt of the negotiations between the railroad official led city representa lives which were reopened here 9Thursday It Ujiald that Presidents Stevens of the I t N anti C A O railroads favor the purchaiw of the old city hall as a site upon which to build tho Union dopoU The consideration Is now all that stands between the trade It Is re ported that the city through Mayor I Combs placed the price at 40000 which tho odlclnls regard an too high Tho railway magnates left Thursday afternoon President Stevens going to New Y1tkand President Smith to Ix ul 0 a THE BOYS CONFESSED They Set Fire to Shop So They Could Rob Store at Eas- eL Ixmlsvllle Ky May IHobert Ilainscr ago l 14 and John Maddox aged 1C were arraigned in the police court Friday and held under 14000 bond on the charge of arson Tho boys confessed that they had set fire to Joseph Drlcdels cooper shop on Shelby street Thursday night In order to divert attention so they might rob 1 wheroJfire entailed a lone of 125000 and three women In adjoining btilldlnga r which also caught tire were rescued with difficulty from the names Why the Burial Was Delayed Howling Jrccn Ky May ITteburial of a woman hero was delayed four days because two men claimed her nit wife Friday afternoon Judge Drake ordered tho undertaker to bury tho body and appointed on administra tor for the womans estate She was Mrs Nanny Ittirch He Is Under Surveillance Louisville Ky May 3W II Lo gnu absconding assignee of the Ken lucky Citizens UuildlngI oan auocla lion hoe been located Ho Is under surveillance and will bo brought to Ixuilsvlllo lo stand trial on the charges of embezzling funds to tho extent of 137600 as soon as ho can be Indicted End O O F Meeting Mlddlcsboro Ky May OThf plate grand encampment of Odd Fellows came to a close Thursday night with a banquet to the delegates T P Scott of Ghent was elected grand pa triarch Killed a Large Catamount MayklniT Ky May OA large rat nmount the largest soon In many years was killed by the employes on tho Ramsey Junction railroad Thurs day after the animal had killed three togs and was In the act of springing tifian Joseph Atkins an employo Rooms Open at Lexington Lexington Ky May 20 Although still denied the race news by tho Western Union Telegraph Co the local pool rooms opened for business Thursday and procured the betting and results from to sources the Information Ibelna lIentas commercial dispatches To Oppose Hopkins Mt Sterling Ky May 3lho republican congressional committee for tho Tenth district Issued a call for a district convention to bo held In Palntsvlllo Juno 29 for the purpose of nomlnatlrig a candidate for congress to oppose Frank A Hopkins democrat City Electric Light Plant Burned Uopklnsvlllo Ky May 23Flro of unknown origin totally destroyed tho plant of the city electric light plant Sunday Loss 30000 Insurance 5 000 Tho plant was owned by the Hop klnsvllle Gas and Lighting Co I t MINISTER KILLED HIS SON He Struck on the Head With s Fence Rail and Escaped Owensboro Ky May 21A mob was pursuing Rev Nom nn Armour a Presbyterian minister of Sacramento McLean county Friday night Th minister killed his 19yearold son a oclock Friday night by hitting him on the head with a fence rail The youths skull was crushed and ho tiled at 12 oclock Friday night As soo as It was apparent that tho boy wa going to duo a mob formed and sur rounded tho homo of the minister Ho made his escape through the rear yard and fled through the fields Tho mob has a rope and Is in close pursuit The father became Infuriated at his son because ho would not como homo when ho told him to Tho boy was working In a field FELL AND BROKE HIS NECK Boundless the American Derby WI tMby ner of 1893 Is Dead Lexington Ky May 2lWord has just been received hero that Hound less the American Derby winner of 1803 fell arid broke his neck on tho farm eight mites from herolast week Boundless was by Harry OFatlon out of Endless and It Is said made a for tune for his owner J E Cushing of Minneapolis when he won tho Am erican Derby lie had not raced since the Chicago Worlds fair Boundless wax characterized by a bad disposi lion and was In thoitct of rearing up when bo lost his balance roll back ward and his neck was broken FILIPINO STUDENTS Four Will Be Placed In the Kentucky University Lexington Ky May 23 William A Sutherland superintendent of tho Flit pino student In America left for the University of Tennessee Sunday nigh after to e Kenlllc1I1IInheraltan- other largo American universities He hex a hundred Filipinos ranging In age from 18 to 21 In San Francisco They will be exhibited In St Louis this sum met and will bo educated by their goy eminent In American colleges They lire appointed by the civil governor according to tho merit system I Breakfasted Irr Louisville jj Clnenjnatlfor breakfast Monday morning route to the St Ixiuls fair After theI morning meat at tho txHilsvlllc hotel the visitors were given a whirl about Ixiulsvlllo for 75 minutes after which they left for Owensboro over tho 1011i livlllc Henderson k St Louis road An old fashiontxt barbecue will be given at Owcnsboro Granted An Appeal Henderson Ky May OTho Amen lean Tobacco Co and the Imperial T n bacco Co cases wero dismissed In the circuit court These companion wore Indicted on the charge oNJoIng bust nets without filing a statement with the secretary of state An appeal was asked for and granted to the court ol appeals Mob Violence Threatened Ilussolivllle Ky May nernotRichardson a prominent young man was tried on a charge preferred by Miss Mcrtlo Wllborn and was sen fenced to serve two years In the peni tentiary lie agreed to marry tho girl and the ceremony was performed Thero Is tnlkxof mob violence If ho does not live with his wife Work on Lock No 8 to Begin Bowling Green Ky May OWorll- on lock No C on upper Green rlvcr will begin In a day or two Six hun dred thousand feet of timber has already been cut and the contractors have shipped tho other material This lock will extend navigation as far ny as Mammoth cave New Venire Summoned Cadiz Ky May 23The second trial of Lawrence WJllls charged with the assassination of his uncle W B Johnson was begun here Only two jurors were selected out of tho regular panel Judge Cook ordered the shcrlfl to summon a venire of 75 men from Caldwell county New Railroad Incorporated Frankfort Ky May 3Tha Elk horn ft Heaver Valley Railroad Co ol Floyd county with 30000 capital pled Incorporation articles with the seem tary of slate The road will be miles long running from Floyd county through Knott to Pound Gap In Letch cr county Elected Officers Hopklnsvlllc Ky May 3Tho an nual convention of tho Unlversallst church hero elected tho following offi cers i Rev II C Beckett of this city president W T Davis of Fruit lull vice president Miss Flora Ryan ol Christian county secretary Met a Horrible Death Madlionvllle Ky May 23John Mitchell a prominent young nnm oi Nebo net a horrible death In a run away near Hanson Sunday afternoon a buggy shaft being thrust through his body passing through his bowels t THE NAVAL SITUATIONI Loss of Taps Warships Gives Russia nil Advantage The Port Arthur Channel II Free Rr Adm Wlttaoeft Can Now Make Frequent Trips to the Sea With His Vessels Washington May 20 Advices re calved at the Japanese legation from oftIIho battleship Hatsusc state that aft er the Hatsuse had been struck by Russian mechanical mines a Russian destroysJapanese crullers which saved 300 of the Hotsuses crew Including Adm Masblba and Capt Nakao London May 20Tho Standards correspondent at TlenTsln cables that whllo the Japanese fleet was covering tho landing of troops near Kal Chau on Monday a fierce engagement oc curred at men Yen Cheng Two thou sand Russians wero killed or wounded St Petersburg May 21So changed Is tho naval situation at Port Arthur the Japanese disasters naval officers say that the officials would not be surprised should Rr Adm Witt soeft as soon as his lame ducks are repaired make frequent trips to sea as the late Vice Adm Makaroff did in larder to horrosa the enemys opera fleas along tho western coast of the Lisa Tung peninsula They assert that the latest advices show the chan nel to Port Arthur is free despite the Japanese claim to tho contrary Second thoughts have caused the ad mlralty omelet to discredit the report that the Japanese battleships Shlkl shims and Fuji have also been destroy ed It la believed that the Russian refugees from Port Dalny who drew lated the report on arrival at Che Foe Thursday probably confounded tho Shlklshlma and Fuji with tho Hatsuse and Yonhlno But tho official advices do show that tho Kasaga which ramS med tho Yoshlno was damaged and tho opinion prevails that she must be seriously Injured necessitating her withdrawal from the fleet IIondon May 3Tho correspondI papersIIIRhO a review of the present position and says Reserves from Japan are being Kuroktsjing harrassed by Cossacks Gen Kurokl appears to bo waiting for the landing and cooperation of a third army It was while holding the Mlao Tao straits against torpedo otI pasithat the Hatsuso met with disaster Realizing that they were effectually RussiansIsowing the whole gulf of Po Chi LI minesI sent launches and junks to drop mines In the paths of tho Japanese warships and transports Tho mines drifted to tho high seas and to Chlneso waters constituting the gravest danger to neu tral slipping Sunday tho Halmun pawed two floating mines within six miles of Wet Hal Wcl Even as tho act of a desper die garrison this must bo in violation of the law of nations Fusan Korea May 23From Chi nose sources It Is rumored that 2000 Russians have reoccupied lisle Yen Cossacks have been seen near Knoll man and 13 miles west none have been observed on tbo main road to talc Client The Russians are scouting on all sides but are disinclined to fight un less they are In tar superior numbers Tho recent landing of tho Japanese forces at Takushan guarantees the Ja pan lines of communication London Slay 3Tho Dally Tele graph Monday morning prints the fol lowing dispatch dated ttiay 19 from its correspondent at the Japanese headquarters which tho dispatch docs not locate There has been no change in tho position hero for tho past ten days Our advanced division is In touch with the enemy near Mao Tfenz Pass where tho Llao Yang road traverses the de nil The Russian line extends from lint Cheng to the west of Mao Tien Pass Trout Have the Malaria Washington May 3Trout are subject to malaria according to a re port Just received hero of an Investl gallon info tho cause of an epidemic among the fish of that genius in the government fish hatchery Cold Spring Harbor L I Filipino Monks Expelled Caracas May 23The government has expelled from Maracalbo 12 Span ish monks who came from tho Philippines The action was taken on the ground that tho policy of the monks Is Incompatible with tho tendency of modern society ITookferlng extreme depression for several months because of heavy losses InI stocks Charles D Lyon 4G son of D M Lyon who wait the head of tho Ly sboot11Ingrecon nolssanco of Port Arthur made by Adm Togo on Friday of last week a shell hit tho torpedo boat destroyer Akataukl killing one offlcof and 24 men IA MISUNDERSTANDING The little doll from China and the little china doll Bat looking at each other In iiirprlt That you were mode in China said the lint I cant believe JVr you MX you have such tuna round blue eyta Bull am made of china said the taught little blonde I dont know why my word you chootso to doubt And as for eyes If mine were slanted watermelon seeds I really think Id rather do without The little dull from China and the Mllo China doll Sat looking at each other In despair Why all the dolli In China are brunettes like me said one Oh no a china doll U always taint Hut all the dolls In China have black hair thats smooth and straight Youre wronga china dollys hair li curled And both were right yet both were wrong because you ace there are Bo many kinds of china In the world Eunice Word In St Nicholas MOVES IN SWELL SOCIETY Maj Kelly a Baboon of Note Plays the Plano and Eats Like a Real Gentleman IWe have In this country a baboon Maj Kelly who Is so valuable that his owner recently had his life In sured for 23000 MaJ Kelly Is called the civilized ape because be is quite remarkably accom plished It Is saldthat not very long ago some one who wished to give a new kind of party decided to ask Maj Kelly to be the guest of honor on that occasion Imagine the surprise of the guests when they discovered the Maj Kelly they had been Invited to meet was a trained baboon They saw him behave himself as an intelligent wellbred gen tleman Everbody was sorry that his lan guage was one that they could not un MAJ KELLY ON ISIS WHEEL derstand However Major had a good time with them Ho was dressed in evening clothes high collar and allbut Instead of sbona be wpre soft white slippers lie was very polite to each guest who was Introduced to him slinking hands first with the ladles and then with the gentlemen If he took a par ticular fancy to any lady ho showed It by throwing his arms around her deck and gazing at her with tender eyes Presently he was asked to perform at tho piano This he did giving a very amusing Imitation of Padcrewskl The guests applauded with great en thusiasm and Major responded to their encores with performance after per formance until the piano at last got out ho retired with the gentlemen to the smokog room where he enjoyed a cigarette or seemed to Chicago In ter Ocean Cow as Critic of Fashions Dr Edward Martin who cares for the pubrtc health In Philadelphia owns a beautiful little country homo situated In a valley on the banks of a shady creek near Walllngford Pa One day last summer ho was entertaining a party of little girls from Philadelphia for Dr Martin plays the hott most delightfully to children of whom be is very fond and treats the tots with a dignified air of raillery which delights them On this occasion one little miss was out walking with the doctor and became very much agitated at the mannersof a cow which regarded her with a solemn air of belligerency It must bo that red dress you are wearing Dorothy said the host smilingly Dorothy tho cow doesnt like red very much Well I am surprised replied the lit tie girl I know that red Is not quite tho fashion now but I dont see how a green old country cow would ever now enough to know that- BillyGoat In a Hospital Doctors and nurses in the receiving fard of the Pennsylvania hospital In Philadelphia were very much amazed When Jack McGcehan a boy of 12 walked In leading a little billygoat by a strln tied around ltd neck Jack explained that the goat had been suffering for some days past with an abscess on tho front leg which had crippled the limb so badly that it could hardly walk nnd asked the doctor In attend ance if ho could do something to re lievo the sufferings of his pet Tho goat was taken Auto tho operating ropm and laid on a table where it re quired two doctors to hold it while the abscess was opened and cleansed by a third member of the staff The patient experienced Immediate rrltaf from the operation and was led out by his young master who thanked the doc Lets warmly for their services THE FIRE PICTURE TRICK To Perform It One Need Not Be a Wizard Dut Some dare Must Ba Exercised This is a very pretty trick espe cially if it is performed in a darkened room You show your friends a blank sheet of paper the room must bo light euougn to let them see that It- S blank Then you strike a match blow It out and touch the paper with the glowing top of the match A spark travels over the paper follow ing a very crooked course and finally goes out Then you open the shut ters or turn up the lights and behold you see on the sheet of paper a burnt picture or design which has been traced by the spark The secret of the trick Is that the paper though it appears blank has really bad the picture drawn on U beforehand It is not drawn with pencil or pen and Ink but with a fine brush a pen or a pointed stick dipped in a strong solution of salt peter The paper should not be glazed TIlE FINISHED DRAWINGS Thin white wrapping paper Is a good kindThe solution is colorless and leaves no stain though the picture is really there drawn in saltpeter Now salt peter which Is also called niter and potassium nitrate is as you may know one of the ingredients of gun powder and it is used In making powder for the same reason for which we use It In this trickbecause It contains a great deal of oxygen and Is easily decomposed When gunpow der explodes the oxygen from the saltpeter combines with or burns the sulphur and charcoal so that no air is needed from outside Just so the saltpeter makes the paper easier to light and burn along tho lines of the drawing By the way these lines should beAU connected If a part oi the picture Is entirely separate from the rest It will be left out in the cold Of course you must apply the match to one of the lines which you can do easily enough by moving it across the paper near where yon know there are some lines until the spark catches And then dont throw tho math down carelessly for it might set something on fire even without salt peter You cannot bo too careful in handling tire Tho saltpeter solution should bc very strongas strong as you can make ItDetroit Free Press SOME VERY QUEER LAKES One IB of Pitch Another Is HoseCol ored and a Third Has a Crust of Salt One of the most singular lakes In the world in the ceUbratciVPltch lake of the island of Trinidad This lake spreads over an area of SO acres and its surface is composed of one great floating mass of asphaltum seamed with veins of clear water From It and a similar lake In aSPhnlljIsas far as smells are concerned for the air all about it is heavy with noxious vapors and from the center of tho lake gushes a fountain of liquid asphal tum In which there flout anti break hub bles containing the most horrible gases The workmen go out on the surface of thIs lakeand cutgrenl lnbs of asphaltum which are carted away But the next morning the hole tiey left is filled up again with pitch wnlch has risen during the night so that the supply seems to bt InexhaustibleThis lake was discovered by Sir Walter Raleigh when he landed in Trinidad in 1595 on his way to the mouth of tho Orinoco In search of El DoradoAnother strange lake is situated on a peninsula which juts out Into the Cay plan sea The whole surface of this lake is covered with a crust of salt so thick and strong that a man can ride across It on horseback with safety In central Asia near the Caspian sea Is a lake of a beautiful rose color while the banks are covered with salt crystals as white at snow From the waters of this lake there arises flowerlike odor The color and the odor are supposed to be caused by vegetable matter In the depthsThere used to be a curious lake on th top of tho Volcano de Aqua In Ountn mala 14000 feet above the level of the sea It was not fed by springs nor by rivers but was caused by accumulations of snow and raInIn fact was an Im mense reservoir It lasted for centuries Then ova day the sides of the lake gave way and down the waters rolled dealing death and destruction and dig ging a great barranca or ravine In the mountain side which It stll visible Not Exactly Would you like to be an actor like me my little fellow No Not like youiChicago loner leas Mr Joseph Pomintille ef Still water Minn after having spent over f2000 with the best doctor for atom IJ ecb trouble without relief was advis ed by his druggist Mr Alex Richard to try a box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets He did so and is a well man today If troubled with indigestion bad taste in the mouth lack of appetite or constipation give these Tablets a trial and you are cer lain to be more than pleased with the result For sale at 25 cents per box by S E Welch Jr druggistiLOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 1904 Oolag North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea 3 48 a m Arrive Richmond412 a m Arrive Paris 5 28 a m Arrive Cincinnati7 50 a m Going North = Ji Train 0 Dally Leave Berea 12 55 p m pmArriveArrive Cincinnati 6 00 p m doing South Train Pally Leave Berea 1 11 p m Arrive Livingston 2 05 p m Going South Train 0 Dally Leave Berea 11 24 p m Arrive Livingston1230 a m Trains No 1 and No C mike con nection at Livingston for Jellico the South with No 24 and No 27 andIW H BOWER Ticket A Sure Thing It is said that nothing Is sure goo cept death and taxosbut thats not al together true Dr Kings Discovery for Consumption is asure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can testify to that Mrs C B Van Metre of Shephertown W Va aye Ill had a severe case of Bronchitis and for a year tried everything I hoard of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured mo absolutely Its infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumonia- and Consumption Try it Itsguar anteed by East End Drug Co Drug gist Trial bottles free Reg size Coo 100 311 EXPERIENCIITiSADE 1IsCovvniwns r pfHontitrlctlreonfldentfaL Handbook on Patent ecurlnlpetentetatents llllOtkl wllhoat orge la the Scientific jfttericam f rl handiotnelr Hlnitrated weekly Largest dr dilation ot and iclenuflo Journal Terms W a dbyannewsdeaten1UNN ranch Umee dIl r aL Wssalagta4 II A Startling Test To save life Dr T G Merritt of No Mehoopany Pa made a startling test resulting in a wonderful cure He writesta patient was attacked with violent hemorrhages caused by ulceration of the stomach I had often found Electric Bitters excellent for acute stomach and livor troubles sol praacribsd thorn The patient gained from the first and has not had an attack in 14 months ElectricIBitters are positively Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation and Kidney troubles Try them On Druggist EARLY RISERS ITn FAMOUS LITTLE FILL Blgousnessi e IFor quick relief from Sick Headache Torpid Uverv J un Idice Diulneu and all troubles arts lag from an Inactive ordugglsh liver DeWltf UllU Btrly Risers are UDI et promptly end never cripeI Theyue to dainty that II U a pleasure tit lake them One to two act u a mild laxallrt two or four act u a pteiunt an4 sfMellve cathartic Thy are purely veritable and absolutely harmless They tonic the Uver flU PKAUI an son TH- riuiiio K C DoWttt k Co it ChUtrfo i Good Advice Is to tell your neighbors to use Par Bcamph for Cold in tho Head or Chest It relieves Colds Catarrh and Sore Throat quicker than any other known remedy because it opens the pores Induces perspiration and removes con gestion It drireo away that stop pod up feeling and draws out all e fever and inflammation Try it It wont take a minute audit will rlave you in 1m time + s THE CITIZENlt061 H 1111 11 11 11 111 Eastern Kentucky News No correspondence pubuhe4 uleu aimed ill fall by the writer The came is not for publication but a an evidence of good fAIth Write plainly oJHHH IH J1I 11 11111 11 11 11 11 Nl H 11 I OWSLEY COUNTY STURGEON May 20W B Roberts has returned from the citywhere he has been tobiiy goods Andy Hamilton the dentist is in this county loin dental work Several of the hey spent Sunday in Cincinnati They report n good timeW J Bioko was on Meadow Creek Saturday taking pictures Circuit Judge Faulkner passed through hero Saturday on his way to Manchester where ho will hold court the coming week James Anderson passed through hnro Saturday ou his way to Rock Springs to hold church servicesF F MeCollum huts returned from London whore he was a juror in the Federalcourt11 N Burch and his brother G W are working for the 0 K Lumber Co this week Isaac Burch visited Henry Peters Sunday and reports a lively time Miss Emma Moore returned from Cow Creek Sunday where she had been visiting her sister Mrs Lizzie ColoT B Venablo and Bill Beck nell have attached a plnlling nut chino to their new saw and grist mill and are now ready to do all the work needed Subscribe for THE subscriptionto ISLAND CITY May 20Judge Brewer is away on a fishing excursion Married at tho bridegrooms home Miss Lucy Peters and James Kelley Daniel Moore left Sunday to visit the St Louis Worlds FairBoru to Mr and G J Gentrya ID pound boy Circuit court has just closed at Boonevillo Some of our teachers are still looking for schoolsJ1 Frye will teach District No 18 Oak Grove this eouutyJ S Lane has just returned homo from a visit to Jackson CouutyJoln D White is roll tho go in this county The farmers in this neighborhood have bright prospects It is believed that fruit will IK a failure heroJohn Bowman and wife visited friends in Clay CountyJ T Gentry passed through hero Saturday on his way to Jackson CountyD B Peters and wife visited friends at S P Shop Lards Sunday Johnnie Sandlin visited friends at Island City Sunday GABBARD May 21Miss Cintlia Combs is very sick William Helton and wifo visited Cheney Calahan and wif- eSuudayW T Isaacs of Jackson county was hero last week on husi messMrs Emma Colo wife of L F Cole deceased had logrolling last Saturday She had twentytwo hands present John C Eversole of Boouoville was hero last Monday Ho went on to Buffalo Creek where he had business Thomas Gabbard of Booneville is hero at work on his farm He was recently married to Miss Grace Dalrimplo of New Jersey James Eversolo of Manchester visited J M Helton last week Circuit Court closed at Boonevillo after being in session a week Aleut 53 indictments were made Three persons were sent to the pen viz Rhodes Hall for one year and a man and his wifo by the name of Jewel two years each CONKLINO May 20The farmers of this see tion like the busy bee are improving each shining hour Neighbors met May 13 and prepared Doc Mainous corn ground for himAu indictment for willful murder was brought against Price Moore for killing tho assessor Lewis Colo Judge Faulk ner is proving to the people horo that they did not make a mistake in electing himOne teacher and one would bo teacher were finedat the May term of tho circuit court for penalotTenseTho Mimes Ida Mainous Callio and Lucy Holcomb and Messrs H Taylor and NV Am brose went out boat riding Sunday Miss Ada Wilson invited her friends to a birthday party Tuesday Allreport an enjoyable tune j ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY May 23 While wo are enjoying tho spring tune and tho hopofuloiit look for let us not forget to whom wo should lw thankful fo all these blessings Mr and Mrs Leonard Watkins of Berea visited U S Berry and family SaturdayG- W Stocky and wifo of Borea wore in Conway Friday buying goods Mrs J W Vaughn of Villa Grove Ill has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs G W Jones returning homo last week Mrs Jones and hot two grand daughters went home with her to spend tho summer D C Pullins bought n work horse of Armp Gadd for OJ L Handy 4 4 is at Waco on business Wo are glad to Iw able to sits that the Sun k dll school hero is progressing nicely Dont forget tho timethree oclock every Sunday afternoon Circuit court nt Mt Vernon begins today Several will attend from here3lrs M L Richewas Conway day LIVINGSTON Slay 25 B C Williams was here from Mt Vernon Sunday Miss Annie Baker and Miss Mary Nichols attended tho Commencement exercises nt Mt Vcr non last weekMiss Sallie Cottin gim is visiting relatives here this week The ladies of tho Baptist church gave an icecream supper last Satur day night which was a grand success Rev Gillem of Lexington is bold- ing n protracted meeting at the Christian church here There have been several additions to tho church Green Parkers son was knocked off Crooked Bridge north of hero Sun lily b the south bound passenger trahiand severely hurt Ho may recoverA N BenNy is building n nice dwelling for D- eBryantBen Burdino while care Thursdaydischarged taking effect in Joe Mullins ankle inflicting a very bad wound Bert Whitehead and J F Cooper were in Mt Vernon Sunday between trains BOONE May 23Rev and Mrs J W Luinlwrt visited friends at Hickory Grove last SundayJ H Lambert is sick Harry Woodall and family who have lieen visiting their parents and other relatives hero left for their home in Estill County Monday Miss Davis Poynter visited Miss Ellen McCluro Sunday Joseph Griffin went to Berea Saturday Little Reubio Lamlert who has been sick is much improving Mr and Mrs John Van visited tho latters mother Mary Johnson Sunday JACKSON COUNTY KIRBY KNOB May 20Tho frost that came Saturday night did no damage here Farmers are rushing to finish getting their seeds in Gardens though late are growing rapidly Johnnie Baker started from hero Saturday for Indianapolis W S Dougherty formerly of this place came up from Valley View last week on business Ho says that Dr and wifo are soon expected to join thefamily they are in Kansas now and that Robert has finished his course in Dentistry at Ifdiiisvillo and is also at homeAn derson Crowley and Dollio Smith were married last week Supt Allen Powell and family were visitors here Friday anti Saturday On returning homo they found their cook liad taken advantage of their absence and had married Mr Elisha Hatfield is stirring jn tho neighborhood ALCORN Nay 20Miss Armcrica Harrison and Jefferson Murpihywere united in tho happy bonds of matrimony on the 14th inst May many happy years bo theirs Very few people attended County court nt McKee Monday Tho people are rejoicing over their new County Chairman Jas Eagle Mr Eagle is an honest and energetic man and wo are quito sure will fill his office with great credit to himself and the County U S lIo ers is going to Panola to see after tho loading of bark Everything is very quiet in these party now sinco the teachers have gotten through their stir for schools MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE May 23Miss Liniiio Higgins who has been ill for several months wjth consumption died Sunday after noon at her homo in tho East End Her funeral was held Tuesday after noon Rev 0 A Nelson conducting itMrs Mary Harbeson of Indian apolis fs visiting her daughter Mrs Lenora Jackson of E Fourth street Prof C W Reynolds principalof the colored High School delivered the address for the closing of the LowishurgschoolJrof Robert Davis principal We are glad to note that outragain after an illness of several days Dr Harry P Taylor of Flemings ThursdayMessrs Harris Alfred Travis and Frank Leo went to Ripley Sunday afternoon The community was shocked Into Monday afternoon by nearing of the Bad fate of Edna Leo tho threoyear old child of Mr and Mrs Edward Leo While crossing tho railroad track in front of her homo in tho East End who was struck by Ji loose engine and killed almost instantly Her parents havo the sympathy of SHVLOCK Shylock was the man who wanted a pound of human flesh There arc many Shylocks now the convales cent the consumptive the sickly child the pale young woman all want human flesh and they can get ittake Scotts Emulsion Scotts Emulsion is fles and blood bone andmuscle IItfeeds the nerves strengthens the digestive organs and they feed the whole body For nearly thirty yea Scotts Emulsion has been th 1great giver of human flesh We will send you a couple of ounces free SCOTT A BOWNE Chemists 4OO4I5 Pearl Street Now York Sue lid f100 aU druggist the community The mcmlwrs o the M 12 church closed thoir Muy Festival Saturday night with marks success Tho May Festival nt the Bethel church is now in progress LETCHER COUNTY WHITESBURO May 2lThe tiinlxjr on lop of Flue Mountain looks ns dqnd as if it were in December hut down lower on the sides it is green Farmers seem to bo progressing finely in Letcher as I see lots of young corn up and groiviugI have visited several merchants in Letcher county this week and had a fine trade Yesterday was examination day in this county for teachers Several of the lays told young ladies were in to try the test Several Berea students were in tho crowd White burg hits a nice telephone plant and is connect ed with Stonega It will Ix a great improvement when tho other menu taut towitslta telephonic connection with tho outsido country Win Webb proprietor of tho Webb Hotel here is confined to his led with rheumatism and suffers intensely G D HOLLIDAV MADISON COUNTY DREYFUS May 23J C Powell and wiW have been visiting at alloy View this wlCkW A Powell of Saul Gap was in this vicinity last week Morrison Sandlin has been visiting his unclo at Evergreen this week SUl11la school is progressing nicely at tho Christian Church hOIlL C Powell rand wife attended church at Panola SundayCharlieSandlin has returned to Valley View after a weeks visit hereDan Sandlin and daugh ter Lizzie of Estill Co have been visiting friends hero this week Miss Pearl Young was tho guest of Miss Minnio Sandlin Saturday night WHAT HAPGOODS HAS DONE During tho year 1003 llapgoods has placed in high grade positions over 500 young College University Technical School garduates Our cam paign for 100 is now in progress More firms than ever are looking to us for capable graduates and we wish to get in touch at onco with every senior who will Ixj looking for a position in business or technical work Write nearest office for look lets llapgoods 809 Broadway New York Hartford Bldg Chicago Pennsylvania BldgPhiladelphia William son Bldg Cleveland Pioneer Bldg Seattle Colorada Bldg Washington Minn Loan Trust Bldg Minneapolis Chemical Bldg St Louis Park Bldg Pittsburg LOW RATES TO WORLDS FAIR The L it N railway has arranged a low rate excursion to tho St Louis Worlds Fair for May 31 Tho rate from Boron will bo only 905 for tho round trip good returning ten days from date of sale Train No 0 leaving Berea at 1255 p m makes connection with special train leaving Lexington at 030 p m and running through to St Louis arriving there at 730 a in following morning Ladles and Children who can not stand the shocking strain of laxative syrups and cathartic pills are especially fond of Little Early Risers All persons who find it nec essary to take a liver medicine should try these easy pills and compare the agreeably pleasant and strengthening effect with the nauseating and weak ening conditions following the use of other remedies Little Early Risers cure biliousness constipation sick headache jaundice malaria and liver troubles Sold by the East End Drug Co Ir Made Young Afsln One of Dr Kings Now Life Pills each night for two weeks has put mo in my teens again writes D H Turner of Dempsoytown Pa They are tho best in tho world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely vege table Never gripe Only 25c at the East End Drug C- oNerve Fag If You Waste Your Nerve Energy After WillhYou can waste nerve force bjr execs overwork worry nnitlety etc You can waken ourselt by not eating proper food or securing sufficient rat to renew tho nerve energy you use up TIle proper treatment In addition to good phosphatlc food such as whole r9meal bread prepared cereals etc s Nervlnae nerve food ns any food you could pat and be sales furnishes strength and tone of Its own which ROTS to the weakened nerve system nail sets It to rights Dr Mlles Meliorative Nervine Is a re meshing revitalizing tonic food medlclne for tho brain and nerves It reconstructs wornout nerve tissue and flits your languid brain with new life and vigor Dr Miles Nervine has made so many marvelous cures of people so sick tho- doctors thought they were Incurable that It Is today the standard medlcln In many thousands of American homes The first bottle Is guaranteed to help you or drugglit returns your money The extreme hent close confinement and Intense mental struln Incident to the Kinking business has cawed mo to suffer nervousness and Insom nia It Rives me pleasure to say that have used Dr Miles Nervine with very satisfactory results In the treat ment of these affections I am now on my fifth battle and eat and sleep well In tact have utmost forgotten that I possess ntnMIIt I ALUY Ant Uifhler State Rank Texarcana Ark FREE write to us for Free Trial Uicknre of Dr Mllei Anti RemedyforSpecialist will diagnose your case tell you what In wronIInnd how to right It Kw DIC IIICAI CO LAUORATOIUE3 ELKJIAHT IND A tone Walk hR often followed by Sore Tired Aching Burning Feet Para mlb relieves Sore Foot quicker than any other known remedy It draws out the fever and inflammation It cools it soothes it cu- resHEALTH JrboaaeDnof bu We have and It In the family fororer two years with lube of ttttilU I bare not b4 a doctor In the bonw for that length of tim It a doctor la tUett always ready to make a person wU and happy JAMB5ILAL1Jsok 8OnlIIe Ill Because this great medicine relieves stomach nains frees the constipated bowels and invigor 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