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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 8 x- I EREA PUBLISHING L C HINMAN Manager i rM at U Po4gI4 sAV etas MaN nelto- A 1111111 111 I + + VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 12 1905 One dollar NO IDEAS Ho goes to war who goes to law Creeds are often lend long Ixjfon they uro buried uptrensureEducation can do much but It cannot tnako n pint cup hold a quart There Is a skeleton in every house nail iti numo is rubbish not fit to use uuil too good to throw away FROM THE WIDE WORLD Irincu Svinto olk Mirsky has con lilted to close personal friends that ho tech unequal to the tank of keeping up the M for reform In Russia internal affaire mid prefors to retire Wales has experiencing a rovivnl which hill attracted atten largoSocan Iw Uncovered it lay in the earn eat prayer of humble men and women who were deeply concerned over the spiritual condition of country NavyDepartment covered with nubmarine mines had a radius of forty miles outside of Port Arthur It reports the destruction and explosion of 3U5 mines to date Ton additional survivors of tho third expedition of Japanese to v pttaln They have Iweh transferred to Japanese IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Over uOO men art involved In n strike of glaziers ordered in New- YorkWilliam L Douglas of Brockton was inaugurated Governor of Mae sachusetts Attorney General Moody continued his argument In tho Mocalled Beef Trust cased AoollYtmUon of International Viilon of America is Iralng held in Sat Francisco A committee is en route to Wash ington to Invite President Roosevelt to visit Knoxvllle Public bequest In to Ixs mado of In tho anthracite regions of Penn ylvania during 1904 504 minors were killed leaving 272 widows A big artificial lake is to hu con utructed near Princeton N J for a rowing course for the university stu dents I Herman H Knlppcnberg said to have IKHIII the oldest postmaster In of continuous xervico in failed States is lend al his homo in Femme Osage Mo Alva Adams was inaugurated Gov ernor of Colorado His inaugural address urged tho an nighthour labor law andchanges in tho election laws of the State On Friday former GoY Pwilxxly will 1110 notice of contest of tho election of Gov Adiims OF KENTUCKY An Intercollegiate Bible study conference will bo held at Lexington Ky January 13 Tho Rev Robert Y Thomas a wellknown Methodist minister is deed at Mnriou at tho ago of eighty years State Revenue Agent Harrison has countydistillers 1278000 After twenty nix years of service twenty years of which were spout as City Assessor of Louisville Daniel F Murphy resigned yesterday Ho will superintendontdelity Trust Company The Democratic electors of the State met at Frankfort yesterday and Kentuckyforof vote will bo delivered to the President of tho Senate at Washing ton bolero February 8 MayorGraingercontribute 200000 toward tho build ing of branch libraries in Louisville and that he was woll pleased with the interest tho peoplo of this coun try lake In the library scheme Tho Jury In tho Marcum damage CORe returned a verdict for 3000 against James Hargis and Ed Calla hon jointly and exonerated Alex anytoy to kill James B Marcum Tho plaintiff will appeal from judg and B ment In favor of Alex F French anti tho dofendnnts James Hargts and B F French w probably appeal from tho verdict against them tf14T1113 CJTIZEN 10I Arthuri latei TOWN ORDINANCE New Street to Li Named after Father fee Be it ordained by tho Board of Trustees of the Town of Beret Ky that there bo a now street to bo called Foe street established in Midtown extending from Adams street otherwise called Depot street south erly to Chestnut ntreet conforming to tho following description The said street is to extend from Adams street otherwise called Depot street in a southerly direction to Chestnut street as follows The west side Is to begin at the north east corner of town lot hold by Samuel Lucas on Adams street and follow the east lino of said lot and of tho lots owned by W T MahofTuy and the heirs of Miss Mollio Early S 24 degrees W 455 throughlandDistrict Xo Isml across tho lane in front of same 270 fret to the north east corner of a lot of lend now occupied by Robl H Chrisman thence S 12 degrees Jl 155 feet to the S E corner of Bicknell k Earlys store on the north line of Chestnut street The east aide of said proposed street begins 34 feet easterly from the point first named on the south lino of Attains street and extends in a straight line along the west hound aryof lauds owned by Jlolrert Engle 21degtootlwidth 34 feet thence along the west tine of tho Fee heirs land the lot of Mrs biases and that of Mrs Sallie Baker about S 1Itegrles W276 feet making the street at this point 28 feet In width thence with Mrs Sallie Bakers line about S 12110- groos E 155 feel to north line of Chestnut street making the street at this extremity 20 feet in width L V DODOE Chairman E L Ronixsox Clerk SUBSCRIPTION SCHOOL FOR COLORED CHILDREN There are more than a hundred young colored children in Borea who Bro deprived of the opportunity to attend College this year and are thus loft to the winter in idleness witbollLllllprovomont The Institution is helping its for nor colored student to attend school elsewhere but does not venture to extend aid to any colored person who is seeking improvement at anyplace within twentyfive miles of Berca Under these circumstances it seems a plain neighborly and Christian duty to do something for the colored young people of Boron and Mrs Frost has taken the responsibility of engaging teachers and opening a Subscription School for colored persons Tho school will begin at 836on Monday Jan 16 in tho Colored School House and continue 12 weeks The teachers are Henry A Lame and Pattio Turner All pupils must enter within two weeks oY the term pay one dollar in advance no part of which will be returned if they leave lx foro the old of tho term and do two hours work a week or 24 hours during tho term as directed by the teachers and no pupils will be admittedwho are not provided with tho regular books required by the State The first thing is to rally tho colored peoplo to this opportunity Prof Mason has kindly volunteered to give a lecture each week on Gardening and Mrs Hill will give instruction each week in Home Science Every effort will be made to giro opportunities Something like those of the Model Schools in Berea College Now will the colored people respond r We cannot afford to have two teachers unless there are a largo number of pupils And the next thing is to secure the money to carry on this select school The dollar which the pupil pays will not cover ono third the expense necessary Mrs Frost becomes re sponsible to the teachers for their pay and relies noon friends to contribute tho balance It Is the duty of every citizen and every Christian to prevent the growth of Ignorance and idleness among us and In particular hose who think that they have gained something by having these children deprived of the opportunity to attend the Institution should be to assist them in getting schooling else whore Contributions will bo gratefully received by the Post Master at Berea or by Met W G Frost Every gift will to personally acknowledged A LETTER FROM CALEB POWERS The citizens and students of Berea contributed fitly dollars to Caleb Powers for the purpose of helping pay the expenses of his fourth trial and said sum together with the names of those who contributed wore sent to Mr Powers Following is a let ter from him on receipt of the money Louisville Ky Jan 9 1905 n B Roberts Berea KveJfydenrSirI am just in receipt of your favor of recent date contain ing 5025 for my benefit together with the names of the contributors anti amounts donated byeach Please do me the further favor to express 10 each donor my warmest and keenest gratitude for his or her interest Rymutlhy and financial nil To the students some of whom are doubtless lalx ring under financial difficulties themselves andwho are striving to make out of them selves with needed funds the best men and women they are capable of becoming I feel profoundly grateful For many years I have felt keen interest in Berea its college and the success of its students It is hardly necessary for me here to reassert my entire innocence hut it nay Iw interesting to my friends to know that I propose to fight my case until my hair is gray with years or win it Thanking yourself other contributors again and again I am gratefully CALEB POWERS A Popular Fallacy Are women credulous Ask the beauty doctor ask the vendor of quack melicines ask tho fortune teller ask tho bargain salesman Tho answer in all cases must be Yes a certain class of women are credulous pitifully But tide class is far from being representative of tho whole sex and to judge women by this class alone would ho equivalent to judging the other sox by tho class whose greatest mental effort is to trump up a now fib each night to explain their absence until 11 pm from the boson of their families Granted that n woman does reach her conclusions more speedily than man does is she therefore to lx ticketed as wanting in judgment It is admitted that her conclusion is correct quite as often us tho more lengthily reasonodout one of a mOl hut because it is more hastily arrived at woman is said to bo guided not by reason but by instinct Inntict in this case however In only another name for tho j ower of quick reasoning In the early stages of tho worlds history woman had hard struggle for existence and the preservation of herself and her offspring more or less depended on tho speed withwhich she was able to think out a difficult position and act Those who were able to reason quickly survived This gift of quick reasoning has loon transmitted through nil time ages Hence tho fallacy that women jump to con clu810ilsScottisllll11ericlUl FAEDERICKSTATUEAttempt the Emperors OUt to the American People A 10MB WAS EXPLODED HEAR IT AH Examination of the Missile Shows the Substance Used Was Not of Sufficient Strength It Is Estimated From One To Five Pounds of Explosive Were In the Gate Which Was Blown To Atoms Washington Jan 11 Somewhat of a sensation was caused In this city by the discovery of what appeared to be definite and serious attempt to blowup or deface the statue of Frederick the Great given to the United States by Emperor William of Germany and erected in the arsenal grounds near the army war college on tho Potomac river water front It was believed at first that a crank had made real effort at destruction of the statue but after a careful Investigation the po lice officials say the material used was Incapable of producing damaging rev suits A hole In tho soft mud about six Inches deep by six Inches wide and 12 Inches long 13 shattered window panes in nearby buildings and five or six splotches of yellow clay on as many granite steps summed up the damage done by the bomb which bad been placed on a high picket fence surrounding tho statue An analysis and examination of the bomb shows the substance used had not sufficient strength to wreck the fence A Slight Clew The facts developed by Detectives Muller and Cornwall who were aa signed to tho case show that a Negro hackman named Arthur Cartytook the man thought to have perpetrated the affair from tho Pennsylvania rail road to the statue Apparently he had Just arrived In this city Ills bag gage consisted of small and worn dress suit case The man told tho hackman to drive slowly to tho bar racks ground On learning tho exact location of the statuo ho ordered the driver to walk his horso and it was soon after noon when the statue was reached The stranger alighted quick ly as soon as tho horse stopped ran up the short flight of granite steps leading to the westerly terrace of tho war college esplanade and disappeared behind the pedestal of the statue A minute later he ran back to the cab and tho hackman noticed that the strangers grip which ho carried was missing Tbo stranger Jumped tho cab and ordered tho hackman to drive out of the grounds as quickly as possible Soon after getting out of the grounds tho stranger jumped out paid the hackman and disappeared toward the river front A Loud Report A Negro named Ellis saw tho Batch el or suit case and hooking a section of scantling through tho handle raised the suit case off the wire hook which held it to tho fence and with a swing landed the bomb on tho ground at the toot of the eteps An Instant later It exploded Soldiers and civilians all through tho reservation heard the report Nearly all force was taken from the oxploslon because the substance was confined by nothing heavier than the Imitation leather sides of tho small suit case It was variously estimated that from ono to five pounds of the substance wore In tho suit case which was blown to atoms Threo pieces of It wero picked up afterward as were tho pieces of wire which held the bomb to tho wooden fence and n twisted piece of metal which Is believed to havo been part of tho frame of the suit case A tiny section of cigar box with an equally tiny piece of burnt candle fast ened In the bottom also was found An Extra Deputy Clerk Frankfort Ky Jan 11 Rodman Keenan of Harrodsburg has been ap pointed as an extra deputy clerk in tho office of Clerk J Morgan Chlnn of t the court of appeal ltSixteen Departments Eight Pages t H II I lIt I t 1It t 11 1 I a year tho the tho tho the tho COMMONWEALTH the tho the the a a n a a a Into Cannot Afford To Lose Ji h TA- VEyou J II t deeds mort 1 gages insurance dies or other poliI that you do not care to If so we advise you one of our safe deposit boxesIIin our fire proof These safes will take care of your papers jewelry and etc The Safe costs you yearCome j r f THE BEREA BANKING COMPANY J J MOORE President W H PORTER CashierI G RICHMOND GREENHOUSES IPhoae 188 Richmond Ky Cut Flowers IDesigns and I Blooming Plants WATCH THIS SPACE FOR A SURPRISE +o +oo+o +odo +o +o o+o +o +o +o +o +o t oo +o +o t o +od od o +bd S THE 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ARTICLES at the lowest prices CALL AND SEE US PRESCRIPTIONS A SPIOIALTT H C WOOLF Prop t H1HI I I IMH H1 THE BABY AT THE GATE Its ao fur off till Thank lvln I dont tee like I kin wait I ord I Gut to speak about ittrout the baby at the gate Bout the babylaugh abubblln round my cottage all day long Bout my bubyi mother laughh an ibrcakln later long IJtlle snatches just o music that hrmother ueeter sing Lord I feel Ive got tn thank Ye ft the lilt an dip an swing Of this tnlvernr around me just a spark In full o joy LoiJ though Im glad Im her da I must wish I was a boy MTIiht i wag a coy just the muefi that I could git down an play Thoui abeln quite mi ehimsy I cant seem ter ovnse the war That aped like to have me do cant play Jackitone like I did When I wag another like her like that touilehcatlrd kid Jut Ouldntlitfo just take It altogether Im plum set isfied and glad That things are Just this way with me Glad Im glad as I kin be When I look at that kids mother un she looks an smiles at mill Bo I cant wait fer Thankcglvin Im so thankful Lord today Thankful for the mornlnglerles an the lift an dip an sway Of this glad old world beneath me Lord eo thankful I cant halt Way begin to trlt Ye of It thout astop pine LctJ ter laugh An we aint aaskln nothln when wo say our prayers at night We jusrkneel to say our thank You an say everythings all right An Its so fur to Thankpglvln that It dont seem wo kin wait Fcr to tell how thankful we be for the baby at the gate 1 M Lewis in Houston Post c The Iron BrigadeA THE POTOMAC L7OF By GEN CHARLES KING atberufterm Holt rbCefeel DeuebtrrTots TTIJM Lie Copjrfcbt Itxn br O W WUlnabia Co CHAPTER II COSTIXUKI It had startled and then angered the older man so loyal and dovoted had his son over been in the past Well ho knew that though some letters had passed In April between Paul Ladue and persona In Alabama It was Impos sible to prove that he was planning to Join the southern army muoh lees that hI was furnishing Information or aid and comfort to the enemy Since HIP first of May the worst that could be said of him was that he had sent three letters to a certain addreea In St Louis and that three missives had come to Mm bearing the St Louis postmark Everybody knew that St Louis was Infested with southern sympathiser who had means or communication with friends beyond the line and It was these letters McKinnon referred to when he dared to suggest that It was the postmasters duty to open them and learn their contents Not yet had the north reached the point of violating the sanctity of personal mall So far from its being McKinnons fault the elder Denton answered as soon as he could control his voice I hold your friend Paul solely responsi ble McKlnnon is an intensely loyal man and he and I both are Indignant that any man should be living here In our midst and holding treasonable cor respondence with the enemy You will do well sir It you hope for a commission to hold aloof from fid dangerous an association Fred would not hold aloof For three days he was constantly at the Ladues comforting Paul as best he could and on this evening of the third day after ruefully enviously bidding adieu to many a friend who had marched away with the Second he had cut loose from the crowd and returned to his labor of love Entering the shaded gateway he had been surprised to see a vision In white seated close to Pauls reclin ing chair and confounded and troubled to find that It was Elinor Bravely she had risen and faced him It seems that it is not enough that Paul should be forbidden our house said she with strangely calm and controlled manner but this afternoon father bade me pack my trunk and be ready to go to Aunt Margaret tomor row I have obeyed him and tonight I shall tell him that I came here to bid Paul goodby Then with bowed head she hurried away What was the promise Paul asked Benton after a moment of si lenceI told Elinor and I tellyou Fred that if I had any Idea that duty de manded my going back to the land of mYblrth1t is ended If people will only let me stay In peacemy place is hereGood God Paul was the almost exultant answer What a load youve lifted from my mind What a facer this will be to McKinnon And so perhaps it might have been had It become known to him and to the public that evening before ho had finished his impassioned speech and had exhibited a certain letter but even as they sat there hand In hand the sound of cheering grew fierce and fre quent On the broad veranda sat Eli nor looking at the dim light up the stre t where dwelt the Laduos and lis tening to the cheering that told unerr- Ingly the stirring effect of the speakers wordsAway to the west down in the val ey of the river a confused murmur rtua upon the night Then to her 7iamaze came Fred to tho frlLnt gate half lifting half lending ra slimbuilt reluctant youth whose voice sho knew on the instant You must Paul she heard Fred saying low and stern I cant lick a thousand fellow citizens The only thing is to get you In somo safe harbor until this blows over Opening the cellar door he plunged his unwilling prisoner Into the dark depths and bounded back to the front gate Just in time to see a throng of mm sweeping silently up the wide thoroughfare passing him by with hardly a gleam of recognition and finally halting nearly two blocks away In front of the little homestead of the Ladues then the squire appeared IJust from a hack that had driven on tho trail of the crowd and started at sight of his son standing thorn like sentry at the gate Somebody was haranguing the crowd now completely filling the street from block to block only 400 yards away while men and boys jabbering excited ly were still hurrying by the Bentons to Join the throng- A mighty bass was uplifted over the clamor and bellowed oq tho night They tarred and feathered and rode our teachers on a rail for no cause whatever I move by God that before we let Paul Ladiie wear a rebel coat we give him one of tar and feathers I know where to find him It was the riff raff of the city that made up the bulk of the crowdthe idler the loafer the saloon hanger on the same class precisely that six weeks before had mobbed the men of Massachusetts In the streets of Balti moro Of the thousand shouting and swaying there In the dim light of the city lamps probably not 50 men were respectable citizens and all too late George McKInnon began to realize that he was now powerless to quench the train his vehement oratory had fired My God cried Mr Denton They are coming here Running toward them along the sidewalk distancing the crowd pale now and trembling came McKinnon Quick ho cried Let me take Miss Elinor round to Judge Merediths Shes safe there Comecome Eli nor he pleaded with outstretched hand But the blue eyes looked him over with utter Indifference She would not even vouchsafe reply What in heavens name have you done McKinnon cried the father Surely you ought to have known It was playing with fire to arouse these ruffians Go In doors child be con tinued turning suddenly to her But now it was McKlnnon who detained Stop You must zee sold he Here Iswhat came for him this very night Now do you believe Benton took the heavy envelope ex tended to him It bore the St Louis postmark It had been sliced open with a knife It was addressed to Paul undue Esq bookseller and sta ELJNQU ICNELT THERE tloner East Water aUOel and It contained another envelope still sealed and unbroken addressed In round clerkly hand to Flirt Lieut Paul La due Eleventh Alabama infantry and bore at the upper left hand corner the letters co often used in the old days of the old army O P S on public service Instead of the later shibboleth of the war department official businessIt fatal said the veteran law yer with a gasp of dismay hit is aforgery said Fred his son whereat McKinnon started as though stung And now the mob headed by Hugh Gale came swarming to their gato and their spokesman In his resounding basso addressed himself to the Benton it Is my belief that the man we want Is hidden here on your premises Your son has long been his most intimate friend Mr Ladub Invited our committee to enter and search Will you do the same Or are you going to shelter rebel spies and traitorsYou are not going to enter and search answered Denton sturdily This city has been my home since It was a mere village TIls is my home and by the eternal you shall not violate Jtt Shut upl yelled the crowd Go ahead Gale Were with you and suiting action to word two of their number leaped down upon the flower beds and came lunging out across the grass plot In an Instant Fred Benton breaking from Elinors restraining hands sprang to confront them and without A word sent his clinched fist square at the leaders jaw and tumbled him among the pansIes Ills fellow recoiled to the fence and a howl of mingled wrath and admiration went- up from the mob Then somebody picked up a hugo clod from a pllb of soft freshcut sod that stood by the tree box at the edge of the gutter and with practiced hand hurled It at Mc Klnnon It took that portly counselor frl tWlxt m l1r 1t aho jnrtjr ta tt bulky vctelat1lebult1lug through gas dlstenltedtof a sudden there arose from IThen of the mob a yell or tri attFred could Interpose light and agile he bounded down the steps niroa the lawn and vaulted to the flaltovpod fence at the corner lighting like a cat on his feet and confronted them Who accuses meand of what um I accused ho cried J Youre a damned Spyt Rebel Traitor Here give us that let ter Squire were tle yells from tho crowd And then bIg Gale the blacksmith tort a way round to tho side and waved under the pale quivering face McKlnnons contribution to the evenings disturbance tnWletler he would now have been glad to with draw What have you to jaj to fhls Mr Lieut Paul Laduo Uleventh Ala bamaI ay Its a forgery and a lie was the ringing answer Any man would fixed as you arc boomed the blacksmith Do you deny corresponding with your rebel crowd In Alabama too No and you can see their letter any time you wish f Daniel their letters shouted dale Then facing the crovrtl Follow citi tens what shall we do with him Up went a chorus of curses and yells In the midst of which Fred Denton sprang to the fence beside his friend and his father vainly shouted bogging to be hoard You be quiet Squire answered the nearmost We dont want yotyouro all right Fred was felled by a stone that struck him full in the forehead Iaul Laduos logs were Jerked from under him and he was dragged struggling and strlk1 Ing at every face within reach arid borne away the vortex of a whirlpool of raging humanity whose hoarse shoutings gradually died to distant roar as they surged onward down the slope to Market square Denton and McKlnnon vainly following Implor Ins and protesting Then one levelheaded lad ran like a deer to the quar ters of a cadet company across the river and while Elinor knelt there by her stricken brother chafing his hand and bathing his dlsclorcd brow tho courthouse bell in rapid clang pealed out the alarm of tire An hour later limp and exhausted In the care of a physician and escorted to the pier by Benton and city officials the victim of mob fury was borne to a stateroom on the Northern Light and so on to Chicago CHAPTER HI TUB FAIRY UNIFORM For many a week there came no word from Paul tadue At the little frame cottage near the lake a sod eyed submissive broken man sat long hours each day In a worn old rocking chair apathetic uncomplaining yet looking wistfully into the faces of the few who came to see him as though Imploring news of his now doubly ban ished bay In every way ditVthe squire seek to aid tho needy household and all unre buked now Elinor went day after day to see Ladue and the fragile woman his wife who never left her room In one brief letter from St Louis Paul had announced his Intention of making his way to Mobile After thatwho could snyT And Fred too Elinors stanch ally and supporter was gone Denied a commission In the earlier regiments of his native state for the reason that the men demanded the right to elect their officers from among these en listing with them a course which his father had forbidden he had found life well nigh unbearable after the almost tragic events of that night In June and so boldly wrote a long urgent ap pealing letter to a general officer an old soldier of the old armywho since before the days of the Mexican war and until recalled to active servIce In tho spring of Gl had made the Badger state his home and that vehement vigorous letter the general took and laid before the president himself This was before the first serious eyeopener the battle of Dull Run and the tall ungainly son of the west was still able to see the whimsical side of things untfnged by the Infinite and suffering of the days to come Wants to be a soldier and to sink the law does he said the president stretching his long lean legs under neath the table and running his huge hand through the crop of bristling hair that crowned his forehead like a hedgerow and the squire wont let him enlJstI met Denton once at Rices caravanserai there in Chicago and the boys wont have anybody that doesnt start even with them Well general I see only one way out of thU fixthat Is to make him a second lieu tenant of regulars unless he continued with a twitch about the corners of his broad mouth unless I appoint him a brigadier general According to some of the papers I may have dono worse Which shall It be The second lieutenancy wIll appeal to him I think air said the general and then I can appoint him aidede camp and teach him practical soldier ing so that he wont be utterly a novice when he goes to his regiment I know the lad and am under many an obligation to his father So bo it said the president And so It happened that two days later there came to Fred a wlro from Wash ington bidding him join his general there forthwith and within another 48 hours he was gone For a few days in mid July he was horn tagain as aide to the general who had been ordered thither to help the state authorities In the organization of still more regl menta Till and stiff and swagger IF he 1 loojvdjnpls jisternrtiarte uniform avlvfdi to many anold ochooJ friend whose first blue frork coal seemed moro like an offcolor edition of soma clerical garment than the garb of a sollcr Fearfully and wonderfully WPO they made those uniforms of out western volunteers and much did they of the groat army about Washington marvel rand make merry at the Sight of the olflcera of the taw regiments from Badger and Hoosier dom chosen to represent their states on the sacred soil of eastern Virginia And about the first thing Fred Ln ton had done on his return WM to snub lfnt actually Insult his fathers Junior between whom nld thatpaper father were already soverolx strained S Ner yet hsd George MrKlnnon been ablotn satliiYiterlly explain howl that letter addressee to Paul Laduo had comp Into his possession Imloql ttint as It doubtless helil to be as evidence of Ladues active sympathy with tho rebellion jKoroivore not a tow responsible cltisons who declared the postmaster gravely culpable for Kurrcnderlng It to any but tho lawful owner Whereat the postmaster on hearing of the cry against him came out with a card la the Watchman Insisting that the letter had been placed by the distributing clerk In the Laduc box which was at least six feet from the general delivery window and that neither he nor any one of the employes had subsequently touched It Naturally matters looked squally for McKlnnon lie had been popular but the better class ot people felt that Paul Ladue had been harshly oven outrageously dealt with and that Mc Klnnons Insidious If not fiery speeches were the direct cause A revulsion of feeling had set In Before leaving for Washington there had been ample time for Fred Denton to spread abroad Ladues declaration that nothing would persuade him to cast his lot with the south Such was the state of feeling that Gale the wouldbe heroic leader of pub lie sentiment awoke to the fact that SI might be wise for him to cross the lake and visit kith and kin among the Wolverines for city officials had come and asked ugly questions and there was talk of arrest and Indictment foi inciting riot- McKlnnon called at the Bentons and asked to see MlM BOOT and Miss Ether asked to be exeuwd Beaton senior approved her conduct for theta had been words between the partners Unpleasant words In the end MeKln non withdrew from the firm anti allMd himself with his old partners bUureit rivalsThen came the general with aidede ramp Fred and the former responded to UcKinnons greeting with cold and distant civility The latter aaked him what be had done with Ladues letter and refUNd Jlla proffered hand It was lucky the general had to take lilt young staff ofHcvr to the state capital whence they were recalled to Wash ington Jut In time to meet He de moralised wreck of McDowell raw untaught regiments drifting lu from the disaster o First Bull Run And then the nation woke up In eorneat to a realisation of the fact that the south had men as brave as the best In the laud and leader more skillful than those we had yet sent afield Then it became apparent that not until It was thoroughly organised drilled and disciplined could a northern arm hope to subdue the army of the south To De Continued Acqulrlne n Specimen Mrs Franklin had always spoken her mind and she Intended to do It 09 long as the gift of speech was spared her tier children and grand children knew her habit and found It not always cheering Id like to have you tell me what Induced Edith to fall in love with that young man I saw last night for the first time said the old lady to one of her daughters I think she was attracted to him at first because hes such an athletic fellow and such a splendid swimmer the mother ot Edith ventured feebly after a moments casting about In her mind for a satisfactory answer Humph snorted Mrs Franklin Which does she propose to keep him in after shns married hima gymnasium or an aquarium Youths Coin panlon Could Argue posh Way a James Whitcomb Riley tells a sto 7 of an old fellow who asked for work nt the Rlloy farm in the poets boyhood He was set at hoeing potatoes but did not prove to be especially Industrious When taken to task for his lack of ap plication he only replied Wall the Good Book says Do all things In moderation Well it camo on dinner time at last says the humorist and the old codger dill his share nobly In fact he ate enough to kill two or three or dinary men Someone gently hinted that his text didnt seem to apply lie opened a worn little Bible and Imperturbably pointed to a passage- It read Whatsoever thy hand find oth to do do it with all thy might Philadelphia Public Ledger The Minor Poet Minor poets said Howard Chandlw Christy tho illustrator are apt tc be jealous of one another and to treat one another rudely and spitefully At a literary dinner tbe other day I heard two minor poets in convert lion I saw your vlllanellc In the Blank magazine raid the first Did you said the other Yes and I heard a neat complti meat passed on It too by a young lady What did she say The first minor poet laughed Why he answered she wan d U know if I had written It Nrala- Mti t Enquirer WHITE ROBINS Rare Birds Hatched iu the Yard of a Denver Cotft Man Grow to Maturity White robins are almost as scarce as white blackbirds but for sonic ren son this BORSon has been tavorablo for iilils kind of a sport from nature and several white noetllnRS have been reported In Denver and vicinity The only white robins to roach ma jturlly are those belonging to C A Lyman of 1302 Itacost rtct says the Denver Repubjlcan Mfrhe eggs from which they camo loom Just like tho other two There were Jhroo robins hatched but ono has Just llko his fa ther and mother an ordinary red breast The white robins were es pedal favorites with the parent birds nod grew moro rapidly After they had begun to fly out of their nest in au elm tree In his back yard Mr Ly luan caged the fledgllkgs but the mother continued tp teed theft until about n week ago Since she quit them they have become quite tame end eat out pf their owners band The white robins are the same size nnd shape as the redbreasts but every feather Is snowy white and they have blight pink eyes As Is the ogee with teat albino animals their sight is not very good and they will peek at a storm several times before finally netting It In their mouths Three years ago a white robin wee hatched out In n nest In the same tree but it died before reaching maturity The pair of robins which hatched those white birds are old birds and Mr Lymaii thinks they are the same ns those which hitched the white bird three years ago ILONG TROUSERS Ive set em en at lat but say I kale to BO outside ya soot as Iabow up In wI know that HI bt Se4- O cooree lUke a but wtoat Id won atervel daze The kids ull make aa feel blamed cheap watt a dew ways JiM them btlutie shwa yet Iu wrtola ilk cow Irom t lie tw rMnh 1 jwhMAkeiit Illiehwater pant t knew An preblr emetbtertMUt Ithe this Ull some tram IMIy Urewa altISell anyway I wont Jim ahanki be more An itocklo hater MlttahOWlp like Thor allus did before t teal an leak JIll like a man That there cant denied Ive got em on at last huh saJ- I hue to go outside hide Dudley In Kansas City Star FARMER LADS STURDIER Statistics Which Cfaow They Are Physically Much Superior to Doa of the Cities Statistics compiled by Dr D C Hud son director of the gym at Ohio state university satisfy him that the coun try boy Is the physical superior of the city lad Two hundred and fitly members of the freshman class at the university have been subjected to a thorough physical examination The average country lad at the time be enters the university Is C75 Inches in height and weighs a half pound less than 140 The citybred young man is an inch and a half taller and weighs two and onohalf pounds moreThe boy from tbe country however is of the more sturdy build Six out of every ten are evenly developed that is the right and the left sides will not vary more than fourtenths of an Inch while only two out of every ten city lads como within this class Most of tho boys from the city have one hip high and one shoulder a little low with the result of a slight curvature of the spine The countryman Is practically free from this deformity and his muscular action is stronger although somewhat slower than that of the city student Seven out of every ten city freshmen use tobacco in some form while but three out of tort from the rural districts are addicted to the habit How to Make a Flute Wrap n piece of paper around a pencil Paste the edge down milking a tube To ono end fasten a triangular piece of paper somewhat larger than the opening Tj play draw In your breath through tho open end of the tube To Promote Longevity The ChickynWhat advice would you give a chicken paT The RoterId advise him to try to grow toughui1 THE NEW SIGNET FAD How Ono May Mokoa Novel and III- tercstlng Collection for Room Decoration This tad is the gathering of signets The outfit necessary to begin needs only to consist of a dorcn sticks of sealing wax Rod white tiroWn7 gold green and black will be the range ofcolors A light wooden box to keep thecqulpment In a white taper cut Into several pieces to permit Its Insertion Into the t box a box of matches and a stock of un ruled writing paper complete tho outfit The paper should bo cut Into various shapes such as squares ovals oblongs etc In sizes varying from onehalf Inch to a couple ot Inches In length Now you aro ready for your quest Just keep your eyes open for the die covery of rings or watch charms adorn JIAKINJ Tilt SEAL Ing yourfrlends acquaintances which have a figure or symbol engraved upon them You will be surprised to ice how many curious seat rings and fob you will find and when you come across those which you desire to begin your col lection with ask for permission to obtain your ImpreMlon This Is dono by laying a piece of your writing paper on a Solid smooth surface A table II tho belt support Hold a light ed match to your sealing wax stick till It melts then rub be tftl Ing wax qulikly over the middle of the paper Then wet the teal with the tongue itf that It wilt not stick to the burning wax press it Into the yielding mass a second or w being careful to lift It straight up when removed thus securing a dean cut edge Repeat the operation as many times as you with duplicates for If It Is a par ttevferiy fine signet you will have little trouble In trailing your duplicate for others which you may not be able to pro care except by this means says the Obi ago Inter Ocean When you hare enough to make a good showing then comes the time to mount your collection fer exhibition This Is dots to the host advantage by puling your specimens oa a itiff cardtboard slay II to XI lulaNIII Use audit you combine your colon and also hap pily you shay aehjere quite a Uetafui artistic effect tad add an atirattiTo in teresting ornaMMt to your room by framing the group ot Btgaela and baac lag them on the wall DOG THAT CLIMBS r Seeteh Collie Who Is Easily Champion in Performing This Feat To climb straight up a tree U not the eaiteat tblag In the world for a dog to Co In fact there Is perhaps sot another dig In the United States that can ae eompltoh what a Scotch collie does In a western town many times a day says the New York Herald He Is petted and feasted by his admirers sail struts as proudly through the streets as dOM the most prominent citizen The peculiar TilE CL1MUINU DOG thing about the dog Is that he will not climb any other tree than that shown lu the picture and ho will not climb more than once without an Intermission When he has reached the knot on the tree which he grips with his teeth he lets himself down gently and trots oft with his note In the air and any amount Of entreaty or coaxing will not tempt him to come back until he has taken Ir turn around three squares If on hit re turn his audience still awaits him he wilt climb again but if the bystanders have gone ho looks a bit sheepish and trots briskly to his kennel and sleeps away hla wounded vanity J A Dogs Faithful Vigil When John Weakley walked from his home a few miles from Vineland N J to Newfield to catch a train for Philadelphia tho other day he laid upon the platform whllo he bought aiticket a package he was carryJig The train came he boarded it Rnd forgot all about tho package When ho returned in the evening Weakloy found his dog which had followed him to the station guarding the package The animal had stuck to It all dayjnap ping at anyone who attempted to tales it PbJluialDbJa Record 17 rillfi The OnePrice Cash Store DRUGS Clean pure and fresh Prescriptions a Specialty Toilet Articles We carrya most complete line of toilet articles perfumes soaps etc Glassware- We have something nice for you in loopiece dinner sets and s6piece tea set oI I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I The Home JKHHII LUTBR RILL fctlttt I II I The Tralnlncof Children A writer In tho New York Weekly Witntea talks sensibly on tho subject on follows Some writers nru objecting to tho whipping of children Their dispo Ritions should Iw studied and when a child in found to Iw an annoyance in the fatally anti a trouble to tho neighbors if ho in not to bo moved by reason the rOtllwhRt lie nerds Solomon says tho rod is for the fools hack l Some parents are thoroughly Bel fish and train their children to be the namtf They ore never taught to think of tho comfort of those around Not long ago I heard a father give his little toya lesson in mean tress Ho Rent him into a store to ask the merchant to do him a favor This was granted and tho child went out of the door Ills father was standing there and the merchant overheard him say Hero is a nickel Do not HIJt1II11t in this shop but try the others an you may get snore candy for it there than you would hero Tho merchant cared nothing for the small amount the child had to spend but felt inclined to say to thorn As you net selfishly you had butter pay for or return wind I have just obliged you with One fatally of my acquaintance are allowed by their parents to steal fruit from their neighbors gardens and tho mother given abuse to those who complain of their depredations She is called a respectable woman yet she leaves her children utterly untaught in regard to their duty toward their follow creatures Such children will grow up un principled and bad memlww of society If they are trained in youth to live honestly and pay for fruit insteadof stealing it and to show kiuduoHS instead of roughness to wards others the good dispositions resulting would prove a blessing to If families wore trained by Solomons proverbs an used to Iw mho custom in pORt years in Scotland there would bo formed thereby diameters of snore strict integrity than wo at present find in most places for the Book of Proverbs will give wisdom for both worlds Tho difficulty is not in finding moon Keeps what you want every thing nice fresh and uprtodate t FAIL To get our prices before you buy we will save you money e dont charge you for loses because we dont have any WHY we sell for Cash I EAST DRUG COMPANY Berea onlyfor nolfhoorll DONT Because that are com otont to do what is needed but in getting men to do enough to become themselves per competentRev I Jill I I I r I I I 111 1 The School JOHN W1RT DIHSMOBI K4itOt 111111 I 11I11 H IH I Why 8n Butler Insulted the Judge Bishop McVickaro Hhoda Island told the Episcopalian Club at its dinner last night ono of time Itcst of tho Butler stories Butler was on his way to Boston to try a ease before Judge Shaw A young friend met hint on nloI mightlookatacquiesced The young man to his astonishment saw written in pencil at the top of page 1 t Insult tho judgeYou see said Butler 1 first getI insultinghintho will have decisions to make for or ho will lean to my side for fear ofI letting his personal reeling against mo sway hiss decision tho opposite wnyBoston Record Thinking to Death Thousands of people actually think themselves to death every year by allowing their minds to dwell on morbid subjects Time idea that one has seine inclpI lent disease in ones system the thought of financial ruin that one is getting on in life without improving prospects any of these or a thou sand similar thoughts may carry n healthy man to a premature grave A melancholy thought that fixes itself upon ones mind needs as much doctoring as physical disease It needs to bo eradicated from tho mind or it will have just the same result as a neglected disease would have Every melancholy thought every morbid action anti every nagging worry should bo resisted to the utmost and tho patient should be protected by cheerful thoughts of which there is n lountifulstore in everyones asscs8ion Bright com panions are better than drugs and plasters Tho moibid condition of mind produces a morbid condition of body crer11encouragement more mental therapy Suuovationa h a1111IIIh IHHIIIhtIIt14++ The Farm SILTS CHKBVBR MASON Editor III I I I I I I I I I I I I 111 I f Eggs Causa Divorce Divorces aro hatched out of eggs according to Mrs Sarah Ilorer who has won fame as n cook The eggs themselves are innocent she ex plains Tho trouble is that too many women eat them far breakfast heavyroodlassitude housewives neglect their duties and husbands liecome angry If fewer women ate eggs for breakfast there would lie fewer cases of divorce says Mrs Borer We would not hear so much about wives neglecting their work in tho morn ing to lounge in easy chairs and read tho daily papers Homes would bo kept more tidy husbanda would be better satisfied wh their helpmates and tho quarrels that disrupt fatal frequentlyinI do not mean that any woman eats too ninny eggs at n time That is not tho point If ono woman should eat ono egg for breakfast each morning it would be too man Time morning moid should be ratfCtt And few women renliso this They egghutThe Old Hen Sots there In Oraat Shape The American hen is achieving a reputation not second oven to tho celebrated American hog Sumo has in fact become cue of the wonders of tho world As a wealth producer sumo ranks with Aiudins lamp and tho Kimberly Diamond mines with this improvement over either that what she produces is good to eat A summary from tho statistical reports as to what this wonderful fowl can do and has done nukes mighty interest ing reading Her annual output is greater in value than all the output of tho mines of goldand silver in this humbly country and you may also throw in the product of tho copper mines byway of good measure stud still the hen has the whole aggregation heat to a frazzle There are 250000000 chickens in time country The value of time poultry hold in the markets during tho year was 180000000 and the value of the eggs harvested was 144000000 ranking n total of 280000000 to bo credited to time honeTho value for 1002 exceeded total value of tho exports of animals and animal products during tho years down to and including Ion The value of all the wool produced in the United States last year was only ono third the value of the output of the American hon Time value of the wheat crop of 28 states added together was not as great as the value of the eggs and poultry sold in a producedInwere loaded on one train of cars the caboose would be 000 miles to rear I of time engine If all tho joyous cackles that were cackled announcing time laying of tho untold eggs were compressed into a singleI cackle of triumphant joy the volume of sound would make tho thunder of Niagara seem like the- 80uml of a drip faring from time schoolboys nose on a frosty morning Mrs Margaret Duwneyof Pent ago Mich is dead at the age of 107 Owlngsvllle Ky Jan 11 TelI phone reports from Plummera Land lug state that the smoke that has been pouring from a spot on J 8 McOreg ors farm had ceased and tho ground which sank about a toot Is slowly cooling No further danger Is feared1 White Man Frozen To Death Hopklnsvlllo Ky Jan nThe body of a white man was found In a straw stack near Balnbrldge where ho had frozen to death Ho had been seen In tho neighborhood tho day before and said his namo was Miller and that ho lived In Graves Many couotyILouisville Ky Jan nArtor 26 years of service 20 years of which were spent as city assessor of Louis Title Daniel F Murphy resigned He will succeed Travor II Whayne as su FtldeutyJan nWhlloalone In his room Thomas Abell 80I of Tartar Russell county was burned to death Ills clothing caught fire from an open fireplace and being too feeble to extinguish tho flames he was burned to deathIHenderson Jan nJames Prltchett aged 68 years ono of tho bestknown farmers of the county died here of convulsions He was In town on a visit and while walking along the street slipped and fell on the Jce Receives Unanimous Call Shelbyville Ky Jan nHev B = J Davis has received a unanimous call cClayono of tho largest congregations In GROCERIES They are always fresh the cheap est and delivered promptly at all hours Fresh Oysters Direct from Baltimore every Friday and Saturday Hardware Dont fail to come in when need anything in that w line yonI END Ky exceedinglyjust u The Action Begins And the action will continue to the very end of that remarkable story THE IRON- BRIGADEBy GEN CHARLES KING The Opening Chapters in this Issue J w Do Not Miss Them or any of 1 the Chapters that to follow 1are Of this our new serial the ChICago RecordHerald says 1 Both history and story are to be ound In Gen Kings novel II The Iron Brigade AlllofGen Kings stories are stirring He has seenactlo on the field time after time and he knows how Ito give the tint of the battlefield to his written pages It is i iwar story and there is war from beginning to end Nbwheradoes the Interest lag Gen King has written ia story that willsustain his reputation as a writert REMEMBER THE OPENING CHAPTERS OF THIS STORY ARE IN THIS 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Sickening Shivering Fits of Ague and Malaria can be relieved and cured with Electric Bitters This ospfcialbenefitcurative influence on the disease driving it entirely out of the system It is much to bff preferred to Quinine having none of this drugs bad after effects E S Munday of Henrietta verylowtill he took Electric Bitters which saved his life At the East End Drug Cos price FJOc guaranteed ice Cream J All Flavors Ice Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California fruits Early Vegetables t t It Phono JOES No 68 Select Grocer and Caterer Jces Corner Richmond Ky h Spoiled hor Beauty Harriet Howard of 2091 31th St New York at one time had her beauty ppoiled with skin trouble She writes I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for years but nothing would cure itfuntil I UFOO Bucklens Arnica A quick and sure healer for cuts burns aid sores 25c at East End Drug C- oTHE WELrLDKESSED WOMAN wears a Suit Jacket or Cloak from the PRINCE TAILORING CO Orders taken and full line of samples by MRS A P SETTLE JR Depot street Bereo Ky Miller House Newly fitted up Meals and Board and Lodging at populai prices Next door to Joes R G Engle Prop- Main St Richmond Ky Williams is better prepared than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly CleaoI ing and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Main Street Berea KT A Grim Tragedy ofhomesother victim of Consumption or Pneu monia But when Cough and Colds are properly treated the tragedy is averted F G Huntley of Oaklan don Ind writes My wife had the gaveherConsumptionCoughs strongItOno dose relieves Guaranteed at roc and X100 by East End Drug Co Trial bottle free WIlt ltIltBy THOMAS F DOYLE Suceenful Merchant ind Trustee or Doilon Public Library T seems fair to say that where one young man makes a distinct success of a professional career no fewer than a hundred young men are equally successful in business Tjis may be explained perhaps to sonic extent by the fat that there are many more persons engaged in business than in professions but after this has been allowed for the success in business isery much more frequent than tie success in professional life r It is perfectly apparent that the kind of talent which is required for professional success is quite different from that which the young man may employ to advantage in business The same kind of character of course is required at every successful man He must be honest truthful and fair to reap the full measure ofsuccess in life in whatever paths his interests may Ife But so far as talent alone is concerned that which enables a man to succeed in a profession may often be wholly inadequate to success in business and that which brings success in business playa bring no satisfactory reward in a profession- To be a successful lawyer or doctor a voting man must lavo more than industry and diligence and application i lie mult hart some peculiar adaptability or it would be better to say perhaps that he must have some distinct genius iof his work A merely industrious diligent faithful worker in law or thecfichre wilt duuhtleosearn a good living but the prizes of distinction will be beyond Iris caU Now as for the man a business carr h nIdowmcnthonest painstaking enterprising and energetic that young man will succeed We have all seen such young men rise steadily and often rapidly to the highest places in the business world It is not absolutely necessary for a man to be highly lucaiotl to be a success in business On the contrary hundreds of our mosTsuc cessful merchants have had only an ordinary schooling However I would advise and encourage every young man to get a school training if possible before he enibarks businesI will certainly stand by him later oii Xatlral iJftaJod are very important factors in the hmkcnp of a mllI a long way in shaping his business career The average young man who starts in business makes more ol a success in life gets more satisfactory returns for the expenditure of energy leads a busier more comprehesivc more interested life on the whole than the average youngrnartksvho dtvo himself to profession s lit fx i- Wo af cannot all be geniuses some ofus must tb fbifjmwlmen As a matter of fact the most of us will have to be content to be num bered among those who must rely for success in life upon the com moner virtues the more ordinary talents In my opinion the field that offers the richest rewards for those virtues and those talents is the field of business If a boy is of striking powers of mind let him by all means be trained POStelSwI these but nmIterialto try to make great lawyers and doctors out of young men who have no genius for such things but who have plenty of talent that would enable them to succeed in the broader field of business QburitnIr Chairman Onmmlitre on Iubue- llepeudeut auea exceptI Public charity in a few pioneer com munities has kept for ccnturcics in the two J ruts of largess and eusi tody Largess has ly grown more intellil gent and custody has become more humane and even curative i but these have remained the types If all the personal work so essential to wise charity as we now payrollthatt official or private Society The development of responsible volunteer service is now the goalof private charity but public charity which can both compel and persuade such service more easily than private char its is as yet blind to the need and indifferent to its opportunity The reaction against mere relief and mere custody hat as yet hardly reached the public official If his inmates are well cared for or if his largess is honestly and prudently given out he thinks his laity done Sixty or more replies to inquiries made to public officials in New York and New England outside of Massachusetts show little me of volunteers and much prejudice orindifferencerAs a rule private charity wants volunteer aid but dreads it as desultory and ignorant while public charity neither wants it nor fears it sufficiently itntont Etutlifattau l atfdjir By DR O P GIFFORD Noted HyfTalo MInister Modern civilization is not material but psychic Thar arc many people oil the church rolls who do not understand what a spiritual life it There are men in our great uni versities who can think write and teach They lisItcnThe psychic is a spiritual idiotIIe understands material learning but he has no use for a prayer meeting TIre are three kinds of life The spiritual life the intellectual life and the physical life With the intellect we reason with the spirit we know the body the spiritual limits make possible the soul as the shores of Lake Michigan limit but make possible the lake Some men are living always in the passive They have forfeited their power of choice They arc derelicts on the sea of time depending upon the current for their action They have lost their power of decision There is no sadder sight than such a man He wants to do right butI cannot he prays while you pray i he curses when you curse he is soherI while the arms of your soberness enfolds him ale is drunk when the in toxlcatmg cup is offered Jesus Wins His First DisciplesSun- day School Leiaon lor Jan 15 1905 Prepared by the Highway and Byway Preacher Oupjrlgbl UO by 1 X BJioi- iVIRSSON TEXTJotn liSSll memory Jero 40 UOLDKN TKXT Thou art the Son of Hod Thou art the RIng of mllJllhD 19Tl1ETht second day after the vtilt to John of the delegation tram Jemnaltm ami the next after John had pointed put Jceui a the Lamb of Go- dILACKProbably the same 01 that ot last lesson A UIUIINDRRAgaln fetus repeat John 2911 keeping It In mind awe study and teach the lemon If Andrew v nhd Philip v and Nathaniel v 4t eeuW readily accept and believe ht the Christ how ready we ought to be to receive and believe In Him with U0 yenra ef mar velous revelatloia of the Chrbt le encour age and strengthen our faith Outline TIIEMRFlndlngJaiDI e II Ily WalllnKv X C Ily VVatchlngv X 19 Ily Teatirylngv II Following JMUI vs HM tI They Jfnsdv3t 2 They Ileeedv J- fI They Were Otoenredv X They Wr Questioned v ti tit The twerp Jnvt U vJ Ill RtrvtflK JVCI Ily SevkInK Olherav 4L 1II Speakiag at Jeeuev UrlnglOB to JWMBV 4i IV Found by Juaw 4H4 44 Won to IKfttedt v U ell iStt to Si It 9 The IVreiwl TutlmoKjrva QH satoa of an IlMMt lywbtet1 41 Sr i 9aEr1 Aaiwer v vKsuwo 4r4aava 4t 4L n eke Heart II adv 47 I The raltKmSwrtV 1t vIItncoarasM by loneva WV- O The TrallmoNy errUlhv The reward if FkltbA F jwUe of- Larger lUvclatMn v 3e u A VMon of lltaren v IW A VWoo of Aseav III4U A 1aton of CbttMs Comparing Scripture with I Seeing Jewi 1 by Waiting wait13Is 8714 et1 loW iC The Ing OirlMlan shall see ChrIN1- Thew iriqi 2 Tbq8 3 t5 I J By WatehlBK v 3G1b rhW 56 Pet 41 Col 42 Ooramapilatl by Jouaa oft repealal InanetOL- Mau 2442 S518 Mk 131411 lAke 1H 3 Bf TMllfylng 367iebS- 10 Matt 1087 Actt 189 Titus 21 1ft 4310 Acts 1J JohnH filth ful iMtlnioay wOn vfo df3fNj4forJ- eags at oflea Prov S ltt l mv Jl S It M4 i4 OterIIttl8n1ing jMHt le to hear the meosagoDY yfMi pan will hjfl b 5rPttS9lAi tCSi Jill 19 Wear to leer JeausMatt 17t Is 09 18 81 They Heeded v 7h Is the second step sad hi woo ot tHe heartng Pa 1199 They went a- soat1a MS 2 Cur s 8 Heb 83 43 They Were otIMtn v 38 Luke U 90 JokB 0 87 lH They Were JMTIWhat seek ye U always asks There are unworthy motive that prompt one t feel Jwua sometimes John tM Mh S ItyIU4Ii They Were Invited to Come and See v 39 Jesus Invitation li always full ami Jree Moil 1128 III Servlnc Jesos What a sermon there to in these versM 40 to UI Saved to serve We may InN serve Iii iy seeking others Irov 1130 Jna 6cep Malt 019 Cor t22lit Dy Speahlnc for Jesus v 4L Mutt 27 1930 Acts 1S Malt 1032 CSt ny HrlnRlng to Jeaue Ho brwight him to Jesus v 43 Com mendable Mtl Lnhe 11819 IV Found by Jews 1 Won to Dlndpleililp v 43 Josue came Into the World to seek and to salve the loaf Luke 19W Us mdwanolo ovary soul U Follow taeMatt 1031 Luke 1427 t 2 1Ht to Scrvlco Thlllit find oils Nathaniel v 45 MatU 93738 John 43830 Phil 213 3 The Itnonal TMtImotls have found Him v 41 John 928 Aote20 H Question of an Honest Doubler Can any good thing come out of Nasanjth r 45 Cod always real to answer an satlify the honest seolor rtler tnnkMalJTT7 S 1 A SlhlJtI Answer Come aad See r ICTbe settlement of all doubts will be speedily found If trio daabler wilt do ill Nathaniel did Go and we Jesus Is 348 V Known to Jesus It The Heart Revealed Man cannot know his own heart but nod knows man perfectly Is 4421 9411 Acts 118 43 The iovtilon Seen When wo think our way U concealed Gods oyo la iipou usPs 1393 Jer 1G17 Zech 410 VI Encouraged by Jesus U The Testimony of Faith v 19 cf the testi mony of 1etor Molt 101617 2 Tho ReWard of Faith A Prom Ise of Larger Ilevolatlon v Faiths reward IS always found In deeper tiller experiences of Gods grace and truth 1 Cor 2 910 Thou art the Son of God Thou art the King of Israel Faith suddenly sprung up within Nathaniels heart na he yielded to the leading and conviction of the Holy Spirit and gave utterance to this noble testimony The heart led the head and Is the safer guide for with the heart man bellevcth unto righteousness How this testimony must have cheered and comforted Jesus heart How It must have enlarged the spirit ial perceptions and strengthened Na hanlelg faith If you believe In Jesus tell Him so It will strengthen the bond linking you to Jesus and enlarge the orders of your spiritual Ills NO rACE FOR BOYS What can a boy do anil where can a boy stay If he U alwnya told to got out of the way lie cunnot tit here and he mutt not atnnd there The euMiUni that cover that fine rocking chair Were put there ef course to be grt n and admired A boy has no barineM to ever be The bmutlful rwes and Hewers tlrIOn the noor of the ditrkened und room v Are bya net made to walk1 enat least net The heude li no 4nee nnywnf for they no Yet boys must walk nemewhere and what If their feet Bent eut af eur heHien teat the street tibowM step argued thu oernraafU taunt V the deer Where ether beya teas tift Nor u afteb Should IMS tbreuen the paleway of gilt teriaic Hunt Where ekes that are tarry and tens I that un brtaht lung out a warm ir leme with ttatterlsR yoke And tcmp4lBcly MU ilerei a dace fat the 1101IAh what If they eheald t what If your key or HIlt 0 Shoo td crM Vet the theooeM wbtoh marks ewt the liesqTwtxt virtue slid thnUpi a m tjfAnd few mi hbi ItMieceat Vejrhee4 wlthTn Oh what If they eUId aeameyassad I While the dare and the meeth and the liars hurry bf ArritOe hasy with care and with lifes denting Joys Ta Make eat routs hearthte a doe far the hays Then a ltIaoe fer the keys They will OaJ It noMewkere lf e rwn boMMwar tOa daintily fair 1ttt is nwli lit their aogr toe tread ef tkcii Jet t Ii iTheyll ttat It kfA tiMI It aiae It iMi MreM- MM the abdbss eX eta anu V gutter of the Aa h konrtnckee sad lonslnsi w t JoJ pnr trt natal hoot our iifniros employ If we tall la amvlcli plate r the bo I A place for the t s tr mothrr prs Aa eaten pet14 da n roui 0 our nlort rtkty was Doet M W rotl t our kind ioi To show we rrmeinli r tkelr ui rarn MIIJ tteed- a7aurh our uvula nixy heiyood wih proklrnM of life AM were with wttnaklUlran1-strife Qtjt hearts will iip aeryoar ilrJ heart and m5w- It we alv thrm a ps e In Ib It Irn ntikrtaei AM le tilt IIfe mieet hour iwli tc ef w Thai Wa kepi amali marit wu tae the hays- Moot TraJMcrint THE SERPENT OF DRINK At Last Its Cons Will Tighten and Omsk Out the Life ef Its Victim Whenever the serpent of strung drink colls Itself auMiift a man 1M II sun go It ht does MiriiopaJlflrt face aht ut and trt aid io About 17 xoanaco bed UMplsvsure of hearing Gorge W Italn of Kei lucky iMturn and It changed the coorwof my life I saw It I ever had a home I BMMt suit Ottt the drink So I did to ute a little money I thank mr IneHy star far a warning In time So I warn you my brother stop before It is too lute I read an account of a young man tome years age who went from Bnalsnd to the jungles of Africa with an exploring party and while there caught a young boa constructor and for amusement be used to spend his spare time teaching his snake to do many won derful tricks One was to call Itcelt nbiiut his feet and around Luis body and as It grew to full size It reached above his bend and would curve over and kiss hie face and at a signal would drop to the ground So when he returned he used to sITe exhibitions and became very popular and made money and with that formed the habit of drinking One night he was to give an exhibition In Manchester Toe ecene was tot In an African Jungle A traveler camo In view from one side of the stage and stopped and listened andttood spellbound Then a rustle Iheard lIorthestealtb move Ing of some heavy object Presently there appeared the head ofa great snake with eyes like balls of fire and It crept softly to the roan and wound Itself about him up and over and brought Its head In line with Its lace The man gave the signal but the serpent had him entirely In Its power and with one tight going of Its body crushed the the out of Its victim Thl Illustrates the drink habit as well as anything I ever heard of So I would say to you that have never start ed dont begin and to those that have began stop before It Is too lao Frank C Cooper in Michigan Christian Advo cafe Beer Law in Britain What Is ofllclally known as the licensing act of 1U04 and popularly known as the brewers endowment bill has pasted the British parliament and went Into effect Januaty 1 1906 Tho law was the risuH of a political deal bitwccn the brewer and the government It Is universally denounced as the most Infamous licensing measures ever passed by a British parliament Petitions number ing 8193 containing 319G9 signatures were presented against It JI4C4 being official petitions under seal There were just two petitions In M favor containing 2C signatures The Worlds 1IIstor of the Tern perance Movement by Prof Johan Bergman Stockholm hag been published In German TEMPERANCE HyTMtNE Some Facts and Figures Taken from Congressman ilttltflelds Address From an adflrosi by non ChnrlqB JrJfttlcflolij QOndyeuman from Malnonnd ODeaCthogfestejt friends of temperanc In our national legislative body the InijiQf IVogrces gin the following tat There were In the year 1900 23G679 United States taxpayers In connection with distilled and fermented liquors or ong for every 322 persona If Maine had the same proportion the would have 2166 Instead of 1334 or noariy twice what she has Illinois tliestaif which paid the largest amount of in t rna1 revenue to the United States on account of distilled and fermented it qiiors 14440G7G514 had In 190020 909 ttx players or one fur every 22U persons Maine to be In proportion Mwlld bave 3032 or about two and a halt times what she has Massachu lieU has one taxpayer for every 80S per JnfQr purpose of comparison L tale the tour states paying the Iargeepamount of Internal revenue m account of dUtlllcd spirits and fet mented liquors Ore f r Dvry Internal Tux i Ihrvraue Ia ero so IlllneH HMMLItt14 390 Rentacky 1131 L417 0gIMaine SUMR tH a1 Maine amount Is estimated as propor to 1S8S the last year when her lvtnseparatelyasastabShe shire and Vermont In the district of New Hampshire Illinois pakl interns revenue Ui per capita J9JO- Kentucky paid Internal revtnne tax per enplta 872- Ohto taW internal reeonpe tax P T capita JUG- IOUIMxlrar14 paid Internal revnnne tix pr nna 230 Maths t afd Internal revenue tax per eapiu 304 One of the reliable Indications of- be thrift sad prosperity of a people Use aitwint of lu sa vines In 1111 Maine ad no saving baRk die new has dei oslti2 n her savings barks Si 132 tn Willie she TUk nail Onrtrecih In population among j ijO states tit- the unite there are os I nx lat out rank her In Ute amount f dr1 ItIonly seven whnlrh hate a lane Wr of epultOrs- Jlllnuls with about evn tines the butitluit of MtW hav 3i 000 tee list no savoy ti norttfc 0110wltb nearly rlx n ff popn latlon of Maine has Iw less de posits Pcnnnylvanla with rifle blares the populatinn nf Maine hse rtiu 40eu 01o more dap sits In other words Main rp refsvlags hank ft2 fur it 11abUutJ- tlicuiJ lost oly314h t atOhio JUtJi Penn i ia llj Three flKiirr ire mat in lift ti by the f 111 that ilnrlij I 111 decals the a icusniila d Miln have ixeu Mint to tl t f IlIIyt meat eteadrls rontinn ar rata lively ti hr means n t rritpl a amount In them irv IIt to losses have bn yary Niiwrnsti Ing this her savingsSi tsars creased HtKIU In tL JUI 8ye1r and while her wpulan1 Mr iSM a s Inereaelunr 30p r nt If r vai11 Ups per rsiita ha ii r r Jj t tent In Illinois the Inrresc f ji IoriIOOpsrtent In Krntn tFr3crter was 174 per cent In i fm the mcrat was 311 percent In I rru3 ana V Increase was 94 per r tt in Maine Increase was 14 per ILI From ISM to 1690 he jfrocntag of paupers Ineroearl tn 11hn is 176 parr cent In Kentucky 173 rt1t mot 13S per cent In Penns ana rr mslned practically the tame whlU in Maine the percentage lass c tl reoMSt iS percenteMaisarhusetls Is nearer to Maine In location and In social sad mural condi tion may be thought to more nser- ty parallel She Is a local pylon stair with license as a rule IB her large flue In 1668 she had 7414 prluhersor for every 10800 people white Mini had Sll or 13 for every idiipeople FROM AFIELD Germany Is paylnn JTSO OOOOa yi ar for beer anll other ate h s mu tants Justice drear of the sited tu supramo court HAS sai If a 7 of revenue should aq rue to the tnit cd States from a dlmininn d xnsunu tlon of ardent spirits MIC will be the gainer a thousand fotd m the health wealth arid happlnes of the peple our some time tinformfiitpd gripu juice has had a conspicuous place m the table of Hmpcror William of lirmany and following his lead it Is Iw lug used on nurfSorous other Utbirs of German nobles At dot It was im ported but the supply Is now bemt made In Germany An exhibit in the Transportatloi building at the St Louis fair furnished a eplenilldillustration of the necessity for eternal vigilance Tho IljptlHt Missionary society had on exhibition one of their Gospel caraalidIY some interesting coincident of fate or thw exposition management Immediately joining tho car was a carload of bwlr Saloons Multiply in Indiana There was on Increase of 131 saloon In Indiana during the last year tu cording to statistics published by State Statistician Johnson In 1302 there were 4707 saloons and lust year there wore 4835 There were 32 recU tiers 07 retail liquor dealers 44 brewerIes In the state last year 323 registered distilleries of which 31 were In operation MUSHROOMS IN SOAP BOX A Diversion for the Farmer Which Will Provide a Table Luxury at Little Expense or Trouble mat for amusement and pastime I started a mushroom bed In a box 16x28 Inches and Is Inches deep It It astonishing all who have called to see It I have clusters of mushrooms 2V4 to 315 Inches across and 1 Inches thick fevun to eight In a clutter They arc certainly fctmdsomo at well as tempting The bed was made tho first week of August and by September 10 It showed muthrooui and by the 22d I gathered 2H quarts with prospect of bearing till April or May In preparing a mushroom bed It Is iieceititry to select good horse manure fresh and ipcclslljr clean droppings If possible free of coarse straw says Farm and Home Place the manure outdoors In a pile let It stand a day then turn over thoroughly so as to cause fermentation to set In When cooled down renew uperatlon for a couple of days and It Is rtndy for ute When the manure Is ready spread about four Inches deep In the bottom of box Pat It down quite hard then spread over 1V4 incites good loam and pat It down evenly Then add on top six Inches of your compost and loam mixed together and to sure to pre a It dpwn good and fur last layer about three inrhcg of the manure Lt bed stand for a couple of days so that It will generate an even heat tbnmgh the loam Now It Is ready for planting Seethe good English muiti room spawn which comes In com preyed bricks Cut the spawn In two lira s ifarce with a hstrhet and be care fui to save all small particles Make openings In the bed about two incites deep and Insert the squares of spawn tight InehM apart Spread on the tine particles of spawn lover up carefully bad r rm down as before and year bed Is readyThe place for a bod Is In a dark warm cellar Mushrooms do not want Sun or light but WHit have an even temperature of 76 to SO deertca If the bird Leta rather dry take warm water aud soak It wen sad repeal In tim or It days It wilt require five to six weeks Ufore one can tell about the sneecM of his bed At that period If OKyou wfp- n tire little WU of buttons of a brown ish white color whIeh are your mush rooms The day after they wiy bs large atYd well developed when you liayplJ them JJf std cut then but twist cttUr and they wit OP In your hands SLEIGH RUNNERS Had teem Iron llpe and Are Ad justable to Buggy or Spring Wagon A very good sleigh can be made out of cry bUll or spring wagon Kor run tiers ute Iron pipe 1U Incites to 194 Inches ai oretogto slse of axles The JMK hl bi slightly larger titan tits kale Cut tt pipes long enough so IHON rich 8IKIOII ItrNNKHS that tkey will bend without denting 7They can be bent by heating and placing in a vise Per rattepig the tenners on axles use a T the tame dlnmtter at the pipe Plug ends i f runners and screw the T on 1lace a roilou iron bur through the T the same suet s the axles arid rune babbitt around the Iron bar Take tho Iron out as soon as the babbitt has set The object of tbe babbitt It to make the runners solid and to keep the Iron from marring the axles Plate the runners on the sxltfs eat a piece of pipe and slip on remaining part of axles have It long enough1 tfidt when the nut Js put on It nlll Ijfnd acalnt It tight Theee nin MM can be made by any blacksmith sass the Agricultural Bpltomlst and ought not to cost over three dollars IxaFens Nortioru Minnesota will begin a war on wolVt wliton aro throalunlng rtui k and ntm t a soon as staying snows inme Minnesota creamery moo are ser Hlrly considering the purchase of mill en tirade similar to thtimanner lu which vhint Is purchase Poor ttrftrfdeU corn Htovnr Is not nuny se good as coarse sorghum hay Xhr animals will eat the sorghum up i inn while much of sue stover will be ullIforestry In lu now experiment nations In Wisconsin and Mulligan will make seasoning toats of cedar land tamarack telephone and lei submergedforNew Yortfbr1 We like to hear the cows calling for their milker and iuaKlnanrouid walt lag for him to beglfj It HHMIV they have full udders and expect to bo re Moved In a gentle manner otherwise they would not greet 011111 jiueli a 1 pleasant ayUural New Yorker A new apple has been discovered in Kentucky As far as known Is the only Apple which originated In that slate The treq was found In u ewamp and IU development has been the uct of yearn of patient workPrairle harmer THE FIRST COST OF DUCKS Some Hints Which Will Aid In the Successful Managing of Duck Farm A trio of good ordinary market stock should be purchasable for about seven dollars Ducks are not like hens they do iot lay all the year round but when they start they are attentive to the busi ness of egg production dally so that couple of mature Peklns will provide aI with a setting In six days At you want to keep some of the young ones for next years stock ask the breeder you buy from to ship you birds two years old as their progeny Is stronger Pekln never want to sit so hens must bo used for batching until your stock II largo enough to nil an Incubator a few days artificial duck raising Is without doubt the best Think of one farm In Massachusetts that markets 45000 young ducks annually sells two tons of feathers and keeps 1200 breeders Would such an Immense business bo pos sible In the old way Though Peking dont need water to swim In they must have quantities to drink always fresh and clean which means that drinking pans mutt be refilled three times a day and be so CO- nstructed as to enable the bird to sub WhyTDlcaulebase of the bill which become clogged with feed or mud and unless they can rlnso these out when drinking tbe poor things smother A man who had a broiler farm near our place three years ago bought a hun tired ducks eggs hatched out a line lot of youngsters and lost every one within two weeks through using a water foun tain In the brooder that was too shal low As I had lots of ducks at the time be brought some over for me to see There was nothing whatever tbe matter with them except that their little nos trils wore all stopped up with the sort food So pray remember this very Im portant direction when you are arrang lag drinking water for ducks young or old they mutt not be able to get Into the pan with their feet or bodies but their entire heads must have free en trancePearson HINT FOR BEEKEEPERS now to Secure Full Service of the Honey Makers Without Weakening the Colonies Apiarist Edwin Uevlns claims to have discovered two ways In which laying worker colonies can bo disposed of so as to get all the service out of the bees that they can reader and yet keep the numbers of the colonies up to what Jt was before One way Is to place the hive contain Ing the laying werker over a strong colony with a fertile queen placing a newspaper with a small hole lu It be tween the two hke says the New York Partner The bees will untie peaceably and whoa considerable workerbrood appears In the upper htra the hive can be placed on another stand and tbe bees will rear a quota from the brood If the oW queen CAN be Introduced about throe days after the removal of the hive The other plan Involves the taking of a couple of frames of hatching brood from a hive and placing them In another hive over a strong colony with a inning A vitro cloth bothnailed to sides of It betwtun the two hires Thus n fertile queen and her escort are relented on two combe and In a few day there will be a nucleus strong enough to take care of the queen This hive Is then tot down by the side of the hive holding the laying workers Every two or three days a frame with the bees must be transferred from the laying worker hive to the nucleus ni the time all but two of the frames are placed Ic the new hive the queen Is at work there and every thing Is harmonious As regards the two frames taken to form the nucleus they can bo returned to tho places from which they were taken or these places can4o filled by the frames remaining unused In the layingworker hive- PRIZE WINNERS Cockerel and Pullet Which Made Records for Themselves at the St Louis Fair The poul ry raiser Is alwn s interested In the pure blood stork evin though he makes no effort himself to breed such 1tttzll WJNNNlJ W1oDOrTE highclass fowls Jn an Illustration we show a pair of Partridge Wyandotte bred by n Kansas fancier They won medals In one of the greaoct poultry prize winning contests ever held The Southdown For quality of mutton the South down is equalled by very few breeds and Is surpassed by none They mature early aro apt fatteners and thrive on the barest keep The improved Hamp shire owes all Its good lualltlcf to the Southdown blood Clmrlos Scott Farmers do not bite at every hook nqvatlays Sometimes they putt their feet art the hook aud either brtak the line ur puj the fljumnan lit Jt lira New Yorker INVEST WEALTH IN GEMS l 3rtat Demand for Precious Stones Among Native Princes of the Orient New YorkIt Is said that the hlgn estcaste natives of Slam Durmah and pr1IIlast few years on account of the pre vailing belief among natives that tho only safe way to Invest money is to purchase Jewelry and similar articles ot Intrinsic or sterling value This Is Very much In evidence In Slam and not much less In Durmah and India The agent of a leading European firm states that It Is astonishing what vast sums of money have been and are being Invested by Asiatic princes In diamonds rubles sapphires emeralds and pearls and that some day undoubtedly the markets of the world would be flooded with these hoarded supplies He also tald that he Imew of one Indian rajah who purchased all the pearls that were brought to him and that the native fish ermen would deliver to him rather than to any foreigner The majority of these pearls were either boarded or dis tributed among the women of his court whose desire for Jewelry is never satis ned while a fair portion was used as presents to Lie fellow princes In In cOllntrleI fully appreciate like ornaments used by the stoner royal andI princely families of these oriental tions unless he beholds them all their glory on state occasions Then It teems almost a wonder that any art loft for the LATESTAmerlcanlI Fake Lecturer Tells Tale of Sorrow and Vlctlmlres Audiences InIMany Places Pittsburgh Pa Twelve deaths in his fatally lu two weeks Is the record held by a certain lecturer on tho Japanese Russian war who has been doing stunts In tho towns In the Mononga beta and Turtle Creek valleys during the past month At least jla Is the record claimed by the lecturer who has had a relative die each day for 12 consecutive The fellow tlayaIthe conflict far east in a number of towns In the Monongahela and Turtle Creole Til leys Tickets were distributed to the school children which entitled them to attend the lecture and see tic mov Ing pictures provided they presented a dime with each ticket Large crowds were secured In each town and at the time advertised for the moving pic tures to start tho lecturer would ap pear and announce that one of huts relatives had died a few minutes be fore In Plttsburg and he was obliged U leave but his assistant would give a Punch and Judy IhowIThe number of supposed deaths in the fellows family was not until several days after he 1VerrdI ported when an Investigation was started and It was found that relatives of the lecturer had died In av many days Prom the lIlt accounts of the lecturer his stock of relatives had not yet nin out Thieves Like This Place Stamford ConnA safe was blown open In Jerr Miller grocery and gen eral store In Springdale the other night and tSO in cash was taken This makes the twelfth time in the past two years that this store has been entered by burglars Miller recently Installed a burglar alarm to be sound ed In huts house a short distance away The last time the burglars cut the wirer of the alarm before ooeratlnc MARKET REPORT Clnolnnatl Jan CATTiECommon t2 C 3 75 Heavy steers 4 76 I 25 CALVES Extra 75 i 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 774Q 4 80 Mixed packers 4 70 SHEEP Extra 4 7- 51AMnsExtra 7 COlt 50 KLOHR spring pat 35 WHEAT No 2 rqd tip 1 20 j No 3 winter Q 1 12 COHNNo2 mixed Q Wi- No 2 whlto Q 4GV OATS No 2 mixed Q 33 No 2 whlto 3- 3RYlNo t 2 82 831- 5ttAYCh timothy Q12 75 PORK Clear iiiau Q13 Wi LAUD Stoem till 30 dnlry11holloAPPLESChoice 2 6F 2 00 POTATOES Per bbl fl 1 1300IFLOlU Winter pat 5 10 t 5 20 iIaILARD Stcnm Q 55 New York FLOUR Win Strtn 30 5 45 WHEAT No 3 red 0 1 21 iIOAfSNoRYE Western Q 76 PORK Family 14 00 14 50 LARD Steam J 7 00 Baltimore TTIEStcars 3 75 tD 4 5- 0SIIhEINo 1 tat 2 50 0 3 00- LAMIISCholco 00 Q 6 50 75iLouisvill- eWHEATNo 2 1 10 redfCOUN No 2 5a- OATSNo2 mixed Q 34 PORK Mess 11 00 LARD Pure steam Q 75 Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 red 0 1 If CORNNo2 mixed 49 OATS No 2 mixed V 31ft I Buggy or Carriage Harness WEATHER end tine FINE invite you to drive profItlook as well as tke rest of your turnout or is it shabby end thus detract from the appearanceIf easy way out of it Select a new set of Buggy or Carriage Harness from Our Large Stock at astonishingly reasonable prices However if you decide to make your old har ness do let us put it in good repair for you It wont cost much T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Ky Groatly In Domand Nothing ift more in demand than n medicine which moet modern re quirements for a blood mid system ciiennser such an Dr Kings Now Life IMIs They Ire Just what you need to cure stomach and liver troubles Try thorn At East End Drug Cos 2b guaranteed TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor halth IBm forced to close out my entire stock toqutt business I have 25 sots of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb stones and Monuments which I will sell at greatly reduced prices Hero is your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be Fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works S McOUIRE Prop Boron Ky Urn Neadten a statuary Granite and Marble Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at mea otinble prices and with ilinmtrh Allwork guns autl ed b- yGOLDEN FLORA HICHMONO Ky Com r el Matt sad Collin surf No Moro Stomach Troublos AI stomach trouble is removed by the use of Kodol Dysyepsia Cure It gives the stomach perfect rest by di gestinR what you eat without the somacha aid The food builds up tho body the test restores the stomnch to health You dont have lo diet yourself when taking Kodol Dyspep ala Cure J D Erskino of Allen vine Mich says I Buffered Heart burn and Stomach Troublo for some time My sisterinlaw has hlld the seine trouble and was not aLn to ent for six weeks SIA lived entirely on warm water After taking two bottles of Kcdol Dyspepsia Cure she was on tirely now eats heartily and is in Rood health I am glad to say Kodol gave me instant relief To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete and up to date in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for moat prominent people of Bares and vicinity Work sent to me by mail or express will havo prompt attention and charges paid one way S G FRANKLINMt KT REFERENCE Bank of Mt Vernon IBereaCoIee Founded 1855 IPLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal CoursesFor Teachers Three courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and for lifeCollege CoursesLiterary Scientific Classical lending to Baccalaure degreesMusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to help nil who will holp themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incident al fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall terns of 14 weeks maybe brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks J2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregationalists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations ron INFORMATION AND FRIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS TilE SECRETARY WILL C GAMBLE Bcrca Madison County Ky Ir r Madison County Roller Mills oIoIttfoIoItI Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meat Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is 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and heals and soothes the affected parts etrefigthens tlehmg wards oft pneumonia Harmless nod pleasant to take Sold by East End Drug Co Tonic to tho System For liver troubles and constipation thorn is nothing bolter IhaiiDuWiltH Little Early Itisern the fainww liltlu Pills They do not vunltvn the stomach Their action upon time system is mild pleasant and liHrmliss Hob Mooro of LuFaynttd In ls Xn use tudkingDullitts Lilt KaiIy Ilisors do their work 11IIlh pills hnvo iis4d grijMj and mukc n sick in the stomach nod nave earl lIns DoWitls Little Early Uisnw rottf- to IMI tho long sought r litf Th y urn Hunply jmrftrcl IVrwnisiriivil ing find Lit Ito Eiirly Uisors iho most reliable riiinctiy In currywilh tlum Sold by litKl Knil Drug Co A10 INVESTMENT Irtllitue rerre of the tompanr CIM MB NOW WORTH 50000ThU U evldenee of the enormnu profit pro wllllnrUnlrllllhhOhlIInlo illAPIl fXIMIANV HAS MADR TIIK MOST KAIlll AIIVANilKUKNT KNOWN IS nNNWrlt WITH NKW Iur COVKItV llnniKl Riaic Gnicrnmrn adUWrdlbFuruu5fuem New liniwnna cunirartM all orrr the world aauire r StorkisuhaeduaderAat T l te IItSrasa1KItesN1alUS111- iY llISIIIIIItYION IN CAMI re LIO October If write for lull particular ic OUKATKIl NKW VOIIK SECURITY CO Sole Kiwal Agenin 4111 Wall St New York Wi INGi 1 I UtJ rTALa6UE ca ISend your rime and address on a 2 iiosUl and we will send you our 56 1 p page Illustrated ablogue free WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS t ItO Winchester Avenue Pew Haven Cann 1 Speedy Rollof A salve that heals without a scar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo No remedy effects such speedy relief It draws out inflammation soothes cools lI iul heals all cute burns and bruises A sure cure for files and skin diseases DeNYitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits they are dangerous Sold by East End Drug Co Betea and Ticinity FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCUS tGATHERED H 1 II I I II I III I J Mr and Mrs Lucas have moved to Itulinnu Pros Frost will preach at Sunday night chapel Miss Allio Fowler is visiting at her homo in Livingston Born Sunday night to JOY and Mrs H B Roberts n baby girt Mr L C Duncan who has been sick for some time in slowly improving Mr II C Woolf and sister Mrs Porter were shopping in Richmond ThursdayLeslie Dunn having quit the liv ery business moved his family to near Whites Station Minter Piereon is the name of the new firm operating tho livery barn formerly occupied by Leslie DunnMiss Lou Duncan who has been visiting her sister at Winchester during the holidays returned Wed nesdayMiss Frances Berry and Miss Mary Alice Titus are now teaching in the State Normal School colored at Frankfort C F Gott will turn over his poul try and produce business to a brother of Mrs Gott This week he and family have been moving to Rich mond Miss A M Phillips of Springfield 0 formerly a student at Xenia 0 arrived this week and will enter school She will also assist in the Presidents office Rev and Mrs Thomson were notified Wednesday by telegram of the low condition of Mr Thomsons father They left at once for tho old homo at Medina Ohio Two sleighing parties under the charge of phases Raymond and Bear iugor took advantage of what may bo our maximum winter weather and sledded it around the Little Horn Monday night One or two slight mishaps contributed to the pleasure of the evening THE WINTER TERM Larger Numbers at the Boarding Hill Stereopticon Lecture by DrHubbell Classes Start with Great In terest and Enthusiasm While there was unusual prompt ness in the gathering of students at the opening of the term large num bers have continued to come in In l many cases the public schools had been late in beginning and wero not concluded till after the first of January Tho College rooms and Boarding Hall are appreciated more than ever this year The first Monday lecture of the term was a magnificent stereopticon exhibition by Dr Hubbell The classes in Farming Sewing Cooking Civil Government Studies for Teachers Examinations and the advanced Collegiate branches are all starting out with great enthusiasm The Week of Prayer Tho Union Church will hold next wcyk as a week of prayer It seemed impracticable to so use last week because it was the time of tho open ing of the College tern There is also a special fitness in making next week a time of earnest united prayer inasmuch as the gospel meetings in the tabernacle under the leadership of evangelist C N Hunt of St Louis begin on Tuesday night of the week following The week of prayer will therefore ho preparatory to the special meetings There will bo a prayer meeting in tho Parish House each night from Monday to Friday nt seven oclock Everyone is invited to attend The following is the list of topics Monday Jan 10 Confession Psalm 51 Tuesday Jun 17 Thanksgiving Psalm 34 13 Thess 0 8 Wed nesdu Jan 18 The Hal Thursiday211om 10 1 Matt 18 19 Friday Jan 20 Things which hinder a Hav aJ Isa 5912 Matt 13 58 The College has incurred the expense of sending for Mr Claim of Toledo 0 to tell tho janitors of Lincoln Hull and Boone and Gilbert Cottages how to manage tho furnaces in thoso buildings SALESMEN WANTED to look after our interest in Madison and adjacent counties Salary or com mission Address The Harvey Oil t Co Cleveland 0 j i Our next weeks space will ndver x tise something entirely new in Borea C iJ Hanson A Cot i H i hdlC 8k a lid Jt r fur r t r I I I I I 111 111 I I I IFOR RENT house on Elder addition Five rooms four large closets well convenient to kitchen With or without garden Call on or address II M SIIOUSE Berea Ky FOR SALE Some nice clover hay CO cents per hundred delivered when not less than ton is purchased Also 28 tons of nice Timothy baled hay 00 cents pjr hundred under similar condition SHELBY C TUDOR Boron Ky C J Hanson Co can always save you money And now the farmer Is having au an electric bell placed In connection with his rural mall box where the box Is located some distance from the house the mall carrier ringing the bell when UP delivers the mall What next September last marked the largest exports of cotton which thin country baa ever known the money value ot these exports aggregating 41000000 Cotton In the south corn In the corn belt and wheat in the wheat jsectloua will always prevent this country from getting very poor A lady frleud comes at us with ref erence to the hired girl problem and says that the average hired girl cannot be recognized as a social equal because she lacks education culture and refinement to which we reply that Just as soon as American women remove the social bar which they have placed on tho domestic help they will at once be able to get a better educated anti more refined type of hired girls If you have your name stumped upon your rural mall box have It put on the side where It may be seen by the pass erby It Is always a pleasure to know the name of the owner of a good farm end Is a species of advertising which may prove of not a little benefit to him some time If your farm U poorly cared for and you feel ashamed of 1L keep your name off the box for that gives advertising of another character There is mischief In this the letting of a pretty little grapevine wind Itself gracefully and affectionately around the trunk of some valued tree In your dooryanl Year by year It will reach out grow thrifty and strong and make a welcome arboreal shade but It will fix your tree uud In a short time you will lose both vIne and tree Woman has been poetically likened to the clinging vine on the tree and with some women It works just like the vine and the tree Four years ego he was a represents tive of one of the largest railway sys tems of the west He rode IAa Pull uSo and got his meals In a dining car most of the time and drew a salary of 4500 per year He had every chance to go up still higher and was In line one of those 30000 places which ire always ready for the right man ye met him one evening recently Just tts he had borrowed a quarter of a friend to secure some place to sleep for the night Whisky did It The best things raised on the AmerI- can fart may well be used by the farmer who produces themthe best milk the richest cream the nicest pig the choicest fruit and freshest eggs In Europe the best timings have to be sold jto pay rent and taxes and tho farmer lives on what Is left It should be particularly noted that the Amen can farmer never under any circum stances uses stale eggs lie always sees to It that his town cousin wres tIes with this problem Men with rough brush farms should by all menus look up the goat proposi tlou When one has once seen what these beasts will do In reclaiming such land be will never feel like brushing grubbing and burning to clear it up A man In the spring of 1003 turned BOO of these goats on to a 200 acre brush farm a tangle of hazel brush brier poplar and oak saplings with a few scattering trees on It In just two sea sons they have converted this tract Into a One blue grass and white clover pasture and lu two years more the whole tract may be turned over with the plow barring the few trees The hair and lacrosse will pay for the care of the flock While In a general way we all know that linseed oil is made from flaxseed not all know how It Is done The flax Is cleaned ground Into a meal and then subjected to a heat of 300 degrees It Is then put under a hydraulic press and the oil extracted The residue forms the oil cake of commerce A bushel of flax will make a trifle over two and onehalf gallons of oil and give thirtyeight pounds of oil cake At the date this item Is written the flex coats 115 per bushel the oil brings 72 cents and the cake 48 cents It costs 15 cents to obtain these re cults so that there Is evidently more money In growing the flax than there Is la manufacturing cake and oil w jnrcx SAM II1I DlVIDEDYOU TARIFF REVISION President Jlopsvelt is in Favor of the Earliest Action by the Congress HELD CONFERENCE WITH LEADERS Will Call 59th Congress Into Extra Session as Soon as the Com mltteo is Ready He Does Not Believe in Any Sweep- Ing Revision and Will Abide Ab solutely By the Judgment of the Two Houses Washington Jan 11 President Roosevelt favors tho earliest possible action looking to a revision by con gross of the tariff He so Informed tho senators and representatives who wore In conference with him at theI white house and he has made hIs position to others since that ton ference He will call the 69th con gros Into extraordinary session a8I soon as tho committees have Indicated that they are prepared to submit a tariff measure for passage One of those present at the confer ence said In view of the many conflicting stories published regarding the meeting that the president Informed them that while ho did not believe in any sweeping revision of the tariff and would abide absolutely by the Judgment of tho two houses ot con gress in a matter that related so particularly to them yet ho did think tho time had come when the schedules should bo thoroughly examined and there should bo a readjustment as to certain of them Special Session In the Spring Tho president added that his own view Vas that the special session should take place at the earliest date by which the committees of the two houses could come to an agreement to a bill If they took this view ho said he would hold himself ready to call the extraordinary session at what ever time the members of the two committees and especially tho houso committee on ways and means should Inform him they would be ready with their report It congress should act on the tariff question in accordancoIwith the presidents made perfectly plain that the extraor Binary session would be culled to as semble the coming spring It has been pointed out however by the tariff ex perts of the house and of the senato that It will require many weeks to prepare a measure for submission to the house The president realizes that this Is a practical objection to an ear ly spring session of congress as the members of tho committees have not the time now necessary to devoto to the preparation of a tariff bill Nor Definite Decision Reached So far as tho president Is concerned he would be willing to have congress In session during the summer months He has Indicated his entire readiness to remain In Washington next summer If congress will undertake at that time the consideration of a tariff measure but congress thus far has shown no disposition to accede to the proposition of a hot weather session While no decision of a definite char acter has been reached as to the time of the extraordinary session It Is rea sonably certain that If one should be held It will be called to meet next au tunti probably In October On this point however it Is too early to speak definitely as by tho agreement to be reached between tho president and the loaders ot the senate and the house of representatives the extraordinary seS- sIon will not be called until the com mittees are ready to report a bill Japs Killed By a Mine Explosion London Jan l1The correspondent at Port Arthur of the Dally Mall says that on January 8 20 Japanese were killed by the explosion pf a contact mine InsIde Qno of the forts and that two mines In the town also exploded r t DOINGS IN THE CONGRESS Bill To Improve Currency Condition Discussed In the House Washington Jan ILThe senate Tuesday continued consideration of the joint statehood bill the chief ac complishment being the acceptance of most of amendments suggested by the eomraUtoo on Indian attains Speeches wore made by posers Stewart and Newlands the former advocating an amendment for the protection of the Interests of the Indians lu Indian Ten rltory and the latter favoring limita tion of tho area of lands to bo sold to Individuals Tho bill for tho reim bursement of American sealers for lasses under tho seizures In Bering liOn also was considered but a vote was not reached The session of the houso was given over almost entirely to discussion ot the bill reported by the committee on banking and currency to Improve our rency conditions A sudden interest In the measure seemed to develop as evIdenced by tho largo membership present throughout tho day Democratic opposition mainly was dissipat ed by the adoption of an amendment offered by Mr Williams Miss pro viding that government deposits shall be made only on competitive bids Final action on tho bill was not taken The Impeachment charges on which Judge Charles Swayne will be tried wore presented just before adjourn ment and notice was gIven by Mr Palmer Pa chairman of tho com mittee of seven which prepared them that he would call the matter up on Thursday aexL- COMMITTEE APPOINTED It Will Test and Examine the Weight and Fineness of Coins Washington Jan 11Secretary Shaw with tho approval of the presi dent has named a committee to teat nnd examine tho weight and fineness of tho coins reserved at the several mints during the calendar year 1904 pursuant to tho provisions of section 3547 of the Revised Statutes Among the list are the following J II Southard houso of representatives Ellis H Roberts treasurer of tho United States Charles 8 Winslow Chicago W A Blair WlnstonSalcnr N C B R Sharp Columbus 0 and Francis H Smith University of Virginia THE AMERICAN RED CROSS The Secretary Submitted to the House His Annual Report Washington Jan 11 Secretary Crawford of the American National Rod Cross submitted to the houso tho annual report of the organization It recites the facts of the reorganization and that no relief work has been done during the year ending December 31 1904 Tho receipts under tho old ro gime wore J4C10 disbursements tho Bamo amount Under tho now officers tho receipts and disbursements wero K048 Gomez Is Not a Candidate Havana Jan l1Gen Maximo Go mez has published a letter declining to allow himself to bo mentioned as a candidate for the presidency Gen Gomez has frequently been mentioned as a possible candidate Senator Scott To Succeed Himself Charleston W Va Jun 11t tho republican caucus of the legislature Senator Nathan Day Scott was unani mously chosen as time candidate of tho caucus for United States senator to succeed himself Palma To Roosevelt Havana Jan 11 President Palma has forwarded to President Roosevelt an elegantly bound copy of tho docu ments In tae simile recording tho es tablishment and recognition of time Cu ban republic Called at the State Department Washington Jan HMr Zavallo the Argentine charge daffaires called at time state department to present a personal letter from tho new president of the Argentine republic to President Roosevelt Broke Into Welchs Store f and alone stroke cut tho prices beyond Mil reason Wo Imvn oponod THE STAGwhrro wo hnvfl nvurfthinB In our SlOW stoic mid IJOVS WEAK Whilo moving and going through tho stock wo find about ONE HUNDRED SUITS ODDS AND ENDS r NO TWO ALIKE WORTH FROMss i 500 to 1200 f And we need tho room D1mes rn own ono occupy and any one who hasTwenty Now dont wait for they are going fast You will ndmit that this is tho nerviest sale over opened in this county Wo can convince you that wo can furnish you with oil your Wants as cheap an any other dealer in Bored owns the goods himself in any line SL E Welch 0hHOh0If you want n tint class Haircut Shave Shampoo or Face Massage stop in tho DEUBA BARBER SIIOP North of Post ollico Across from Industrial Building No Waiting Open from 7 to 91 u JIo 10 Daily Papers 10 H 11 RACER Proprietor i+ + +0rMh hsii + For Sale About ten or twelve build lug lola on tire Louisville and Nashville rnilrottil ono half mile from Borea near Bvi a brick suit tiling lao tory in a fins loclitlaUII bought right For further particulars call ou L B MOORE Beren Ky C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B It Robinson All calls promptly attended tonight nnd day Telephone No1 Boron Ky They say money dots not make people happy Try a box of i UNSURP- ASSABLECANDIES JOES Ichniond Ky Sole Agent Mark orders promptly fi led Certain Lands To Be Withdrawn Washington Jan 11 President Roosevelt transmitted to congress a communication from tho secretary of tho Interior requesting tho withdrawal of certain lands In the abandoned Fort Sherman military reservation Wash ington in view of the contemplated use of those lands In connection with indication works S McQuire ttoIrlWreceive correct tnutiiu- MilOPTICIAN Berea K- rCoal At bin near depot 2c to Delivered 130I3c to Phone 8- 5Chase L Hanson If you want a good second Land quaro PianoOR AN Organ You can get a bargain In them at the ftirnuitiro store in lltwea Ky pt R Ha Chrisman Opposite Welchs Phone 25 THE NEWS CONDENSED liiterestiiijr anti Important Hap penings of a Week 0 Hems From All Parts of the United States Told Drlefly Together With the Latest Foreign Intelligence CONGRESSIONAL NOTES On reconvening aftor the holidays the senate plunged Into tho bill fur the admlston of two states to be composed of Arltona and New Mexico sad Oklahoma and Indian Territory lloproftontatlvo Bakor N Y Intro ducod a number of resolutions oon taining allegations rotating to corpora bone and rebates t mils for tho reorganisation of the medical corps of the army and rogulat ing proraotlouB of army ofllcurs In the ordnance department wero pasted by the Henate The governments cotton statistics an prepared by the agricultural depart went and census buronn formed tho subject of an extended dlMuslon In the house v MISCELLANEOUS NEWS ITEMS- A civil service system similar to that In operation In the Philippines Is expected to be Instituted shortly In Porto Rtoo The headquarters of the Mormon rharch will some day be toasted In In dependence Mo sold John Henry Smith one of the 12 apostles of the Mormon church Creditors of Mrs Chadwlek filed an nmoadmont to their original petition In bankruptcy against her In the Unit ed States district court at Cleveland It Is averred that Mrs Chndwlck com 9InlUod several acts of bankruptcy shortly after the beginning of her financial troubles At Salina ICan John Dillon was nooldentally killed by falling downs stairway It wan learned that Dillon who formerly lived at Franklin Ihd WN known there as Wayne Conger Mad was It Is said a nephew of B II Conger American minister to China Theodore Thomas the noted orches tra loader died of pneumonia at hits residence in Chicago He was 70 years oldAt Portland Ore George H Will linns exehlef justice of Oregon attor ney general In President drenfa see oDd cabinet mayor of Portland and a pan wick the SHOW of U winters upon his heed was Indicted by the eounjtAce In refusing to enforce the statutes rcgatatiaJ4anlblingw1Ale ruayor A fire ID Derllit N H defrayed property to the value of 100000IThe superior board of that there rp meretitQa one or two driest bf yellow fever m Mexico aN tkeee are being 18oJRedI Four polygamleU kohl appointments as postmasters In Idaho says Senator D foo Secretary Metealf sent to the house a retort as to the needs of the Imml gration service at San Francisco and recommended the construction of a station on the government reservation at Angels Island Chocolate coated strychnine and nux voralcn taoleta prescribed by a physl elan for their mother caused the death of Laura 3 and Joseph Rarsuglla 6 lit Philadelphia Thor mistook tho tablets for candy In his annual report to tho secretary f the Interior Oov Otero of Now Mexico takes a decided position ijRalnst the uniting of that territory with Arizona as ono elate i Tho International Mahogany Co oft Now York Cincinnati and Mobile has just consummated n deal for 56000 acres of the Incut mahogany and ce dar timber lands In Cuba Mexico Is maturing a plan to otab lash a number of meteorological sta jclone all over tho repuullc which will ho connected by wlro with tho meteorological observatory of this city Oov John H Mickey was Innugu ratod for tho second tlmo as governor of Nebraska Tho Interior department declared Boynton a town 22 miles west of Mus Jiogoc J T a government town site A slight earthquake shock was felt In tho remote districts of tho stato of Oaxaca Mox At Ometopcc tho shoes was severe The spnato committee on foreign re lations authorized a favorable report on certain amendments to tho extra tion treaty between the United States and Sweden IU Rev W OConnell bishop of Portland Mo received a papal brief ponITho Jews of Germany have resolved to endeavor to check tho emigration of Jews to the United States as they think that It the present rush of Jews across tho Atlantic continues anti Semitic movements may arise oven In tho United States Now York diamond dealers have been advised of an advance of 5 percent in tho cost of rough stones mak ing a total of 45 per cent Increase Ince 100- Col A A Rodman grand captain general of tho Grand Commandery Knights Templar of Iowa and author of Rodmans tactics Is dead of apoplexy Enraged by jealousy of Frank Dunne whom ho believed to have alien Itioomlllrod then committed suicide at Port land Ore An Imperial dofiree appoints Vice Adm Skrydloff a member of the cotta ell of admirals- A bill has been Introduced fixing a penalty of not moro than five years Imprisonment hud a fine of not more than 100 for resisting service of any procoM of a court of tho United Stater nr assaulting any officer In the employ of the United Statue to pro vent the exercise of any of his func lions The St Petersburg correspondent of the Paris edition of the Now York Hornlil telegraphs That Vice Adm Rojostvcnskyg flagship tho battleship ICnlOMOuvaroff has struck a rock and foundered Tho government decides that the owner of a rural mall routo box has absolutely no control ovor It The federal authorities havo as snood control over Mrs C wI6 L Chadwleks case No ono will be al lowed to seo her without permission As n memorial to tho memory of the late master loader Theodora Thomas a movement has been Inaugurated to change tho name of the magnificent home of tho Chicago orchestra to Thomas ball The Elks will erect a flub house In Baltimore to out approximately 100 000 A training school for bahora will bo established at Port Riley Kan tho classes to be irnwn from cavalry Infantry and artillery- It Is estimated that It cost the Jap anON 80000 men to take Port Arthur Gen Stoeseol has been ordered home to stand court martial for surrendering Port Arthur Senator Bailey submitted to tho senate a proposed amendment to tho constitution fixing tho term of tho president at six yoara and making him Ineligible for reelection Maj Walter A Bethel judge advo cats of the department of the Colum bin has been assigned to duty In the Philippine Islands as judge advocate of tho department of tho Luzon Sir Thomas Lipton Is looking for a now designer to build another Sham rock to compete for the America cupDolle Cole famous American slngor died In London Mme Cole was tho leading contralto of the late Theodore ThomasSecretary hay has asked oongrees to appropriate 7100 annually to pro vide for an envoy extraordinary and minister lIe lvotentlary to Morocco Sing Yow R Chinaman was hanged In the California penitentiary for the murder of a Chlnnman In 1808 Japanese Minister Motono presided at a banquet of the Paris Japanese colony In oetebratlon of the fall of Port Arthur During the last year 67178 steers passengers arrived at the port of Nw York Daring the same time there were 88701 cabinet passengers and M6S5 came In IHe emend cabin Tile storm that prevailed over IltU burg was the most sever of the see sot The tan of snow for 14 Itours was about 6 Inches Two deaths are traceable to the storm Reports from All the mine Inspectors In the anthracite region fur the yoar 1901 show that 104 mine workers WON killed In the region leaving 172 widows Application for a new trial for Jam II Qllleeplo convicted at Rising Sun Ind for tho klllfng of his twin sister was overruled and ho was son tenced to prison for life He will ap peal to the supremo court The controller of tho currency has In Ills possession an emerald ring and a diamond sunburst brooch that are said to have at ono time belonged to Mrs Chadwick llllls wero Introduced In both houses of tho Idaho legislature making tho practice of polygamy and adultery criminal and Imposing severe penal tiesJapan has made no overtures for peace to Russia directly or Indirectly through the United States or any other power and contomplatos no such action The United States senate ratified tho extradition treaty between the United States and Panama and a treaty amending tho convention be tween the United States Sweden and NorwayA was Introduced In congress to Increase the salary of tho president to 15000 a year the vice president to 15000 and to tho president otter his retirement from office an annual salary of 25000 per annum for life Tho nomination of W D Crum a Negro to be collector of customs for the port of Charleston S Cr was con firmed by the senate by a vote of 33 to resignation of Frederick Emory chief of tho bureau of trade relations had been accepted by Secretary Hay- and ho will retire March 31 M Percy Lawrence 17 son of M J Lawrence a wealthy newspaper owner of Cleveland 0 was accidentally shot and killed on Orange lake near Cltra Fla while duck hunting Bishop John L Spalding Is at his residence In Peoria Ill suffering from a severe paralytic stroke His condition Is said not to bo dangerous During an evidently designed stain pedo of tho officers horses at Fort Hamilton four prisoners escaped from the guard house at tho post One of them was recaptured but the other threo are believed to have per shod in the Icy waters of theharbor That a cadet at West Point is not an officer In tho army In tho meaning of the law applying to the dismissal of such officers was decided by the supremo court of tho United States Clov Goo H Utter was Inaugurated and the other state officers of Rhode Island chosen at tho November olec tion assumed their duties +Janice Gllloeplo who with ish sis tor Mrs Uallo Seward and Mr and Mm Myron Harbour was Indicted for tho murder f his twin sister Miss Elizabeth Gillespie at Rising Sun Ind was found gullty and sentenced to life Imprisonment Tho other throe defendants will be tried separately later The lioness and mate baboon which formed part of King Monellks recent gift to President Roosevelt have died at tho National Zoological park Wash ington President Roosevelt Is an honorary member of tho club of Am erica The chief object of tho organ ization Is tho protection of the forests and game of tho country The mall car of tho Atlantic Coast line train that arrvled In Montgomery Ala was robbed about five miles oast of that oily A large amount of regis Lured mall way scoured and the ban silt made tie osoape dropping off the train as It entered the outskirts of Montgomery Tho Maple Loaf grain elevator InI Kansas City Kan owned by the Chit cage Great Western Railway Co was burned with 300000 bushels of wheat entailing a loss of 610000 on building and contents fully Insured George Clifton of Cincinnati sirgeant of Troop 14 1st cavalryalng great of Troop L First cavalry wets killed at Ft Sam Houston San An joule Tex through the accidental dl1 charge of a carbine In tho hands atI Private Ualcomb a member of the troopMore II1moI Loan twenty members chorus of the Metropolitan opera company were seriously injured In Now York by the collapse of the bridge scone In tno opening act of Carmen- A union church with a union pastor janitor add Sundayschool su perintendent Is tho newest manifesta tion of Industrial progress at hand Tho Inspiration came to the Flat Janl tors union of Chicago Before many Sundays have passed It Is hoped that all loyal trades unionists will be sit ting fraternal In pows engaged InI orIIIhlplaws of Delaware Is reported to mean the consolidation of 14 of tho loadingI bituminous coal mining Indiana and Illinois along tho lines of Bvnnsvtlle Terre tlauto railroads Officers of the new corporation are to be located In Chicago Ruslan Nihilists are swarming Into Swltserland and In their wake are In numerable Ruslan spies Two of the revolutionary leaders aro at Zurich superintending the arrangements for Uils work and for the active propa ganda In the future Kxclustve London society is gambling erased There la marl gambling at cards going on In London than at any lime within the test half century The spirit of the eighteenth century when leaders of state and society spent their days and nights In playing for enor mous stakes has revived Growing out of the position of his family to his marriage to Hiss Alice Webb of Chicago last month proceed ings have been taken witch resulted In BnxMo L Duke half brother of Jas B Duko being commlted for exam ination as to his sanity Attorney Dawley states that there would be no delay In the trial of the Chadwick ease so far as tho defense was concerned Solemn services In honor of those who toll In the defense of Port Arthur woro held at the Kaian cathedral and the Troltkn monastery St Petersburg ThtJ expected advance of the Japan use which the Chinese prophesied would take place on tho Russian Christmas did not occur Even tho usual cannonading has not taken place BettlnaUlrard tho actress daughter of Gen Ordway of Washington died In Roosevelt hospital Now York of acuto pneumonia The post office at Auburn Ala was entered the safe blown open and stamps to the value of 1200 stolen Three hundred dollars In cash was also taken Tho Japanese Intend to establish a naval station at Port Arthur Vice Adm Y Shlbayama will probably bo placed In charge of It Information has reached the stato department that complying with the Insistent demands of tho United States tho Persian government has made to tho widow partial reparation for tho murder of Rev Benjamin W Labarec an American missionary by a gang of fanatics Tho Canadian government has decided to send an expedition to the Labrador coast 100 miles north ol Belie Isle on the 30th of August to witness tho double eclipse of tho sun Near Joliet William Rapson after a family quarrel fatally shot his son Herbert after which the old man called Herberts wife out to the barn shot and killed her and then shot and fatally wounded himself By the capsizing of a sailboat on Lake Pontchartraln three men lost their lives and two were unconscious from nearly two hours exposure when rescuedThe of directors of the Louisi ann Purchase Exposition Co decided thai tho federal government bo ad vised that the exposition company wishes to turn back for melting and remlntlng 190000 of tho 250000 gold souvenir dollars coined for the Worlds fairCapt Clado of the Baltic fleet says Adm Rojestvensky never Intended to approach Port Arthur His destlna lion was Vladivostok Mrs John Seager wife of tho pri vate secretary to Chief Engineer WaK lace of tho Panama canal died from yellow fever HELD CONFERENCE Emperor Nicholas anil Members of the Council Mot They Considered the International and External Situation In RussiaNo Indication That Continuation- of War Will Be Abandoned St Petersburg Jan 9The conference which Emperor Nicholas has been holding with members of tho council of tho empire M Wltto and other ministers and advisors on the International and oxternal situation havo not yot bepn concluded but nothing has occurred which would In dlooto that the government Is prepar prlW depart from Us present program of continuing tho war to tho bitter end Nevertheless talk of peace was hoard In many quarters tho founda orolgnIa course on ground that aside from the humilia tion to military prestlgo involved It would only moon tho rellnqulshmont of Manchuria to which Russia already Is formally pledged There Is no confirmation of this statement of Count genIOrallonged to tho peace party It Is quite probable that the peace talk gossip has been produced by tho arrival of foreign papers as it receives no encouragement In responsible quar tell here J THE CHADWICK TRIAL There Will Be No Delay So Far As the Defense Is Concerned Cleveland 0 Jan 9 Commenting upon tho fact that ho hall been served Iwithr nn order by the federal author ties To produce certain diamonds and gems Attorney J P Dawley ChndwlckIChadwlck or her husband Dr Chad wick Tho serving of such an order strikes me as being humorous Mrs Chadwick has certainly not turned any diamonds ovor to mo Mr Dawley slated further that there would bo no delay In tho trial of tho Chadwick case so far as the defensu was concerned COLORADO GOVERNORSHIP Legislature Canvassed the Vote and Declared Adams Elected Drover Col Jan 018 Adams was declared by the legislature to to the duly elected governor of Colorado The returns slowed Adams 1X1078 Peabody 113804 plurality for Adams 9774The republican candidates to all tho other Mate offices were declared elect ed Under the tonne of the agreement reached by the various factions of the legislature no notice of contest can bo filed by Gov Peabody until after the Inauguration of Mr Adams which Is set for 10 oclock Tuesday morning It has not yot boon definitely decid ed by Gov Peabody whether or not ho will mako a contest- Russian Prisoners Washington Jan 9Thu Japanese legation Sunday received tho follow Ing from the foreign office at Tokio Gen Nogi on Sunday reports de livery of Runslan prisoners under ca pitulation was completed on Satur tiny The total of tho prisoners wero 878 officers and 23491 men whereof 441 officers and 229 orderlies gave parole so for Gen Smirnoff Gen Fock Gen Corbatovsky and Adm Wlllmann preferred to bo sent to Japan as prisoners while Stoessel will leave Dalny for homo on tho 12th of January Disobeyed the Sunday Closing Law Now York Jan 9 Despite Saturdays action of the police In warning the saloonkeepers of tho city that tho Sunday closing law must be observed Sunday tho Raines law hotels did busl ness as usual throughout the day and saloons were also open Celebrated Fall of Port Arthur New York Jan ITho fall of Port Arthur was celebrated here at a mass meeting of Japanese residents of tho city held In Carnegie hall Tho at fair was Intended to be solely for tho Japanese residents 600 of whom at tended Miss Eva C Booth Boston Jan 9Mlss Eva C Booth the pow commander of all the Salva tion army forces In tho United States was given an enthusiastic welcome by two large audiences which she address ed at a theater Memorial Meeting Held Now York Jan IA memorial meeting In honor of tho lato Samuel M Jones who for several years was mayor of Toledo 0 was held hero at Cooper Union Nearly two thousand persons attended Dined With the President Washington Jan 900v Higgins of New York and Nevada L Stonahau collector of tho port of New York dined with the president at tho whlto house tho other guests being Gifford PInchot and Commissioner of Corporations Garfield To New Liners Victoria D C Jan 9The steamer Keemut which arrived from Liverpool via Japan brought news that tho Toyo Klsen Kalsha has decided to build two 12000 ton liners for tho San Francisco and Yokohama route FROM ALL OVER THE STATE 11 THE MARCUM TRIAL Attorney Byrd Made the First peech For the Plaintiff Winchester ICy Jan 4 Speaking In tho Marcum case was resumed on Tuesday morning by A F Byrd who Is making tho first speech for tho plaintiff His arraignment of the de fondants Is terrific and he declares that tho desperate efforts of tho do tense to break down the testimony of Capt Ewen and Henry Noble Is not so much to avoid paying damages as In this case to avoid criminal prosecu tion for the murder of Marcum if this testimony Is not discredited Winchester Ky Jan 6In the Marcum trial Wednesday John Ste venson spoke for the defense He cu logized the defendants who by Industry frugality and good judgment had raised themselves from poverty and had become leaders In their commu nity Ho compared them with tho dis reputable witnesses by which the plaintiffs wore endeavoring to fasten crime upon them and declared it to be an outrage The Interest remains unabated itnd each speaker Is greeted with crowded houses Winchester Ky Jan 6The fourth day of speaking and the fourth speech In tho MarcumHorgis damage suit was made Thursday B R Jouett for plaintiff began Thursday morning and made a telling argument He attacked the defendants for tho Interest shown In Curt Jett and Tom White the mur killingIcum existed Ho berated defendants DeckIleged Influence with him as a prom ised recompense to the murderers of Marcum Ho traced the connection of Tom Whlto with defendants until after the killing and drew therefrom a perfect understanding on the part of defendants BOOK COMPANY PENALIZED Sold School Books Cheaper In Ala bama Than In Kentucky ML Sterling Ky Jan 7ln the circuit court of Lawrenceburg In the case of Commonwealth and W L Chownlng county school superinten dent against Maynard Merrill Co school book publishers of New York the jury rendered a verdict for the plalntffs for the sum of 10000 the penalty named In the bond given tho state board of education The bream of th bond proved was the selling of RlelIJr Word Lesson In Anderson county for 25 cents a copy while the same book was sold In Alabama for 20 cents a coy The case will bo ap pealed at tree- PENNIESFOR DIMES A Young Man Arrested on the Charge of Counterfeiting Louisville Ky Jan 7Unlted States District Attorney Hill Friday received information from Caneyvlllo Ky of tho arrest there of Logan Gray a young whlto man on the charge of counterfeiting Tho specific offense Is that ho plated a number of pennies with a preparation of quicksilver and passed them for dimes Ho was art raigned before Commissioner H W Story and held to answer to the fed oral grand Jury at Owensboro at the spring term of tho United States court Jury Failed to Agree Lexington Ky Jan 5 The Jury In the case of Lewis Mitchell tho Negro who it is charged attempted to poi son the family of Judge James Mulli gan failed to agree and was Wednes day morning discharged and a now jury will be Impaneled The jury stood seven for conviction and five for acquittal To Send Missionary to India Lexington Ky Jan 7Dy a unani mous vole the student body of Ken tucky university decided to send Miss Stella Lewis as missionary to India at the expense of tho students For this purpose a fund was created to defray the expenses of travel and tho mainte nance of the missionary Killed While Swapping Ptfducah Ky Jan 6While exam ining a pistol with the intention of swapping It Willis Roberts 13 shot and fatally wounded Walter Dunn 18 In Frank Lawrences secondhand store Roberts was arrested but aft er an Investigation was released Charged With Larceny Lexington Ky Jan 5A handsome solitaire diamond ring valued at 350 was found and returned to Its owner Mrs Moore wife of Thomas C Moore the wellknown turfman Florence Kimbrough and JVash Stepp are under arrest charged with grand larceny Powell Gets Certificate Henderson Ky Jan 711e con test of C E Sugg against L W Pow ell for the nomination for county clerk In the recent democratic primary election was heard by the entire commit tee and tho certificates of nomination awarded to L W Powell He Was Mistaken for a Turkey Harlan Ky Jan 7lIenry Farley accidentally shot and fatally wounded Henry Gilbert Farley was turkey hunting In Black mountains and when ho saw Gilbert coming through an Ivy patch mistook him for turkey THE TOBACCO GROWERS They Fix SixtyFive Cents Per HUll dred as the Prizing Rate Outline Ky Jan GFltleen coun ties of this the dark tobacco district wore represented at a conference of planters hold In this city to discuss plans for the advancement of the asso elation It was decided to refer the acreage proposition back to the vari ous counties for Instructions and do clslon It was ordered by the execu tive committee that the rate per hundred for prizing should bo G5 cents Tho planters are determined upon making the present movement a sue cess lion John Garner of Springfield Tenn held an allday meeting hero Thursday taking evidence for use la pushing the fight against tho combine AN EXTRA SESSION Gov Beckham Issues a Proclamation Convening the General Assembly Frankfort Ky Jan 500v Beck ham Wednesday Issued a proclamation convening the general assembly In ex traordinary session on Thursday Jan uary 12th next for the purpose of au thorizing and providing another site In the city of Frankfort or contlngu ous thereto for the proposed million dollar capitol building Under tho proclamation no other matters can be considered at the extra session GOT Beckham thinks the present location te Inadequate for tho new structure GIRL ASSAULTED Officers With Bloodhounds Have Ta ken Up the Trail of the Negro Louisville Ky Jan 6Miss Alice Brlghtwell a protege In the family of John T Bate a bank teller was as saulted by a Negro In Mr Dates real don co at Crescent 111110 high class residence section of Louisville The young woman was badly Injured A detail of police was at once sent to the scene and four officers with blood hounds have taken up the trail or the Crescent Hill district is in a state of high excitement ED TAYLOR CONVICTED Found Guilty of Murder and Death Fixed as the Penalty Lexington Ky Jan 7After being out an hour the jury In the case of Ed Taylor returned a verdict of guil ty and fixIng death as the penalty Ho is one of the three Negroes who Sun day November 20 killed Wm Mooco In a raid on White Dogs firing a fusllodo Into a company of white men in it saloon Militia guarded the pris banns for several weeks Three mobs to lynch tho Negroes were organized but wero overawed by strength of militia and police i After the CollectorshIp Lexington Ky Jan 7Tho fight for the collectorship In this district has narrowed down to Sam J Roberts the present Incumbent and Stanley Mllward a local republican leader Mr Roberts Is after the Indorsements of the chairman of the several county republican organizations William Brlttons Trial Lexington Ky Jan GTho trial of William Britton charged with Cur tie Jett with tho murder of Jim Cock rill in Jackson in April 1902 waa called In tho circuit here Thursday morning and set for January 11 A number of witnesses from Jackson wero here Two Killed In An Explosion Mt Sterling Ky Jan GTho boll Dalleyitwo men and wounding several others Tho explosion blew the boiler and en glne into the woods James Bailey and James Melton wero killed In stantly Boy Killed While Hunting Campbellsvllle Ky Jan 7A 14 yearold boy named Brady who lived near Toledo la shot and killed him self while out hunting Ho was the grandson of Samuel Woodrun a prom- Inent farmer of this county Strike at Owensboro Owensboro Ky Jan 7Thlrt1 buggytop makers went out on a strlko for a 10 per cent Increase of wages at F A Ames Cos carriage plant Tho cushlonmakers also wont out on a sympathetic strike Miss Marcum to Wed Winchester Ky Jan 7Mlss Nel lie Marcum tho eldest daughter of the late Attorney Marcum will be marred here January 25 to James Flan cry of Fargo N D She Is 19 years ot age To Increase Teachers Salaries Lexington Ky jan 7At a meet ing of the Lexington school board every white teacher In the city schools was dismissed This was done In or der to Increase the salaries paid teach ers and could not be done whlV the teachers were employed An Octogenarian Dead Shelbyvlllo Yii1ln 7rJessa A Glass sr a prominent citizen of this place died at his homo of the Infirm ities of old ago He was born t1r Scott county Ky 87 years ago and camq to this place about ywa 969 4 IQuarterly Report of The Berea Banking CompanyI SE OF BUSINESS ON THE 3Jst DAY OF DEC J904 1 Loans and discounts 93 920 BO 4 Due from National Banks 22 777 85 8 Other Real Estate 700 00 12 Specio1 723 82 13 Currency i4 3Sl 00 6fto 82 16 Furniture and Fixtures 4 09825 J t Total f12i 613 41 J J J J J J J 1 paul 2 GS 4 as to check which paid certificates paid 81 100 7u i 6 00 f tleilmtiM bo per of nf period dividend In lssCounty W Potter Cashier of Banking Co a bank located and doing business Town of Berea in said county being sworn the foregoing report is in all nwpecta a true statement of the of the Bank at the of business on tho Hst day of Da lOOt the boot of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said hank has been transacted at the location named and not elswhere and that the above is made in with an official notice received from tho Secretary of State deaiguating the mst day of Doc 1901 as tho day which such report shall made Subscribed and sworn to before W H furter W PORTED Cashier fih day of January 1905 E r Fisu Director E T FJSII J BURUETTE Director Notary Public J E JOHNSON Director 11111 11111 11111 II 11111 J t HI Eastern Kentucky Ia No OII4ellco ufgaed In by lbe writer rbe acme- le Dot lor pllbllcat1oa o II fi4eIlCl of good write pWaly I I I IIH I II I I t J I I I I I I I I J r r r r r r I r I r r I ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Jan DWn aro having lots of snow anti very cold weather now Bur F P Bryant failed to fill his regular appointment nt Scaffold Cane on tho 7th for first time since his service began 22 ngoS D Witt of tho far west visited W Todd Saturday and Sunday There was a lox supper expectedat Macedonia but was a failure on account of snow1Vtn Linville had n severe attack of colic last week for two daIIJ W Todd had a very bad spell of neuralgia last week Mnry the fifteen yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs A L Shearer was buried at old Scaffold Cane last weekW A Hammond was at Rockford last Friday on bush nersC B Mayer caught a hawk h one night last week which measured 42 inches from tip to tip Bradley Lake of Berea and Dalt Waddle wero at Rockford Sunday Mias Eliza Hammond of is visiting her cousin May Todd this wtlJkMifis Florence Holman visited Miss Minnie Waddlo Saturday and SundayBOONE Jan 91Ve are having some very cold weather at this writingOn account of the cold weather Rev W Lambert did not fill appoint meat at Clear Creek church Saturday and Sunday Mrs B Coyle and children have gone to Berea to spend tho winterMrs Agnis Dobbs who has been very sick for sometime is some better at this writing Mrs Etta Lambert visited her sister Mrs Chessie Martin Rockford lost visitingherPillsburg Johnnie Martin liar moved to Berea and Anderson Kinsie has moved in the bouse vacated by Mr Martin Mrs Sam McClure of Snider Switch is iflitingI her parents at London this J11 Lambert wont to Mt Vernon Monday B Coyle wept Berea Saturday nightG L Wren visited Rev W Lambert Sunday evening TGeo Jores of this plate has gono Illinois to spend tho winter Thoro will bo preaching and call day at Fairview next Saturday and Sun day Everybody imitedL- IVIHGSTON Jan DMfR F Cooper died of consumption at her home last Friday morning She was a daugh ter of John Jarett of Brohead and n Christian woman remaihs wore taken to Brodhead Saturday for burial Cloll Johnson has returned to Ids plow of business after two or three weeks stay in Louisville where ho has been on business and taking Christmas R E Piko has moved his store from this placo near Pinohill Miss Corn Adams was in Vernon on a few days visit last wenk George McCarthy bus moved from ono oi Bomaus houses to T Ohowtnings house Mrs Dan Set ties is improving slowly- MADISON COUNTY dBRASSFIELDJan E and Fred lI Johnson of Fox Ky passed through r tr t 1 t 1 t Capital Stock in in caeh2ii 000 00 Surplus Fund G1U Duo Depositors follows viz DopoaitsHtibjnct on interest m not S39 77ii 91 Time ortlo pants on which inter eat is 10 317 Sain deposits on which interest is paid Total deposit OM Certified Checks b00 SUP1L11111NTAf Y Amount ollul dividend law wen all cxpenxv low Intercut end UIM therefrom forpOeolnrhiB dividend and wu not thin rent net profit the bank for the corfrrd hr the nurlrd IhO fund brfaro Mid Jlvl drnd waxleoUred Yei See tiertuuettKentnclySlatTotal t121 GUI 43 H the Berea in the duly that condition said close to report compliance on be mo by II the 1111111111111111111111 News com PIlb1Uhe1I1DIe till ht taitl tho months Disputantn his at M to to rho 3It Brassfield few days ago from Jack son county Alsou Baker of Panoht left Monday for Louisville whore ho will attend the medical school for six mouths This is his last term Tliesmilh anti wood shop of Tom Holland of Dreyfus was burned Logsdonwhere he entered his son Tom in school The real estate of Benton Garretts heirs at this place has been contracted for by W Molnsrley fo- rSOOJ H Mutipiu has had several cattle dieTlue school at this place will close noxt Thursday It is being taught by Miss Addis Johnston It L Brandenburg VbnoyForkand M A Logsdon aro doing n nice mercantile business at Panoln James Pearson has moved from Pan ola to Paint Lick It is moving time of the learTho Golden boys have returned from Illinois where they springErmineBroughton countyHarporPearson placoToddBrootomers these dUIII hope that Korea College may Iw prospered this year and that tho CITIZEN may find its way into ninnynew homes HICKORY PLAINS Jan 0Mm Dinah Johnson Mrs Sallie Harris and daughter lola Monday with Mrs Kiz Coruofison Wm Welch of Breath itt County was tho guest of his uncle Pleas Evans last weekThe friends of John B Hermlon will glad to know that he is improving of his illness of n few weeks Our Sunday School was largely attended last Sunday Mr Frazer of Berea song two beautiful solos Pearl Adams spout Sunday night with Sallie IushMfR Bill Johnson Mrs Wis Johnson and Ida Maupin were the guests of tiro family of John Johnson last Monday PEYTON TOWN Jan SRov Goo D Miller churchSunday SulidayschoolMissAddel Turner this week at Kirksvillo Mrs Addio Blythe formerly resident of this place moved to Lexington about two yeas ago was brought house a corpse on the train Friday night Mr and Mrs G L Campbellrvoro royally entertained a reception at Lancaster Friday night December 30 OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY Jan GJ R Kidd of Big Stone Gap Va is visiting friends lied relatives in Owsley oollntyD J- Kltltl J R Kidd and Andy Becknoll met with success yesterday while hunting They killed four nice hares T H Kidd is visiting his sonin Inw W M Becknell W N Burch HydenOlvsleyBowmans daughter is very low with fever at this writing Several of the young ladies and men have have gone to Oneida to attend school during tho future yearW M Beck nell gave his friends mid relatives of Island City an oyster supper last Saturday night They nil enjoywl the nlghtJ It Kidd purchased a fine watch from his brother D1 Kidd J li Kidd will leave for his MondayJohnyesterday caught a fine opossum Singing school will begin at Oak Grove Monday with W M Linnfonl as instructor Tho O K Lumber Company is wanting more men at tho prtilOntT H Hurst and W M Bullock are having good success with their mill on tho water of Island Crank 6ARRARD COUNTY CARTERSYILLE IJan toJoe Boinn sold his property at public auction and will leave with his family to timko his future home in East Beruslndt Their ninny friends regret their leaving but hope them SUCCCHM Kdd lioinn of Bloomington Illinois is visiting relatives here Miss Dora Boian is visiting her uncle near Lan casterMiss Susie Jferryman of Point Ixavell is visiting Mrs Gran yule Clark Lewis Nave and Miss Fannie Boian were married DlCClI1 her 23 Maurice Green and Miss Milda Xapier wero united in marri ago at tho homo of tho brides sister Mrs Goo Allen January 4 Tho groom is a xpular young man whilo the bride is ono of our most cnuti fill and accomplished young ladies They will make their home in Heidle erg Ky and nil join in wishing them n happy and prosjwrous GttureJ G Clark ought thirty barrels of corn from Lewis Ludford at 225 per barretWe are glad to say that John Green who has been crippled for HOIIIO time is improving MASON COUNTY MAVSVILLE Jan DTho remains of George Green were brought hero Saturday from Ctimminsvillo They wero interred in tho Maysvillo cemetery Sunday afternoon after having his funeral preached at tho Bethel church conducted by Rev Price The ro coplian tendered Rev Price Monday evening by tho Bethel Sewing Circle was n grand SUCCORS Rev 0 A Nelson has returned after having made a very pleasant trip to Springfield 0Dennis Breckinndgo of Illinois is visiting Mrs Amanda Breckiuridgo of East Fifth Street John Alexander Dowie has left Chicago for Mexico whore ho hopes to found it second Zion City THE RUSSIAN NAVY A Program For Its Reorganization Pro- eented to the Czar forts Jan nYlce Adm Doubas soff tho Russian member of tho North Sea commission Is quoted by the Echo Do Paris as having stated In an Interview that ho had submitted to Emperor Nicholas a program for a reorgani zation of the navy which Is absolutely Indispensable for success in the war against Japan Twenty months will be necessary for Its execution Adm DoubasHoff thought tho prospect for Vice Adm Rojestvcnskys squadron was hopeless and ho unhesitatingly declared that he believed a provisional peace would shortly be probable Ja pan retaining Port Arthur and other territories which the had occupied Husala meanwhile the admiral sold would prepare on Invincible poet for a future eSort Interesting Kentucky Items THE STATE SCHOOLS They Are Not Entitled To the Money Paid In By Insurance Companies Frankfort Ky Jan nThe court of appeals Tuesday In the case of J H Fuqua state school superintendent against 8 W linger auditor decided that the state common school fund was not entitled to any part of the 2 per cent tax paid to the state on all premiums to insurance companies on business done In Kentucky Fuqua flied a friendly suit against Hagcr claiming that linger should apportion the Insurance tax money tho same as the regular stato taxes on property and givo tho school fund Its pro rata part but the court says there U no law providing for such a course and tho money must all go Into the gen eral expenditure fund until otherwise provided by tho legislature APPARENTLY DEAD The Stiff Frozen Cody Was Revived By a Warm Fire Paducah Ky Jan HStltt and ap parently dead John Davidson a farmer of this county was found In his wagon Tuesday morning near the southern end of the city Claud Reed er who made tho discovery called Coroner James Crow and Undertaker Pool who went to tho scene with an ambulance They carried the man In to a nearby house and a hot fire soon revived him- Davidson states ho had been drink- Ing and started homo In his wagon about 10 oclock the night before lie hired a boy to drive the team The two got Into a quarrel and the boy left him Tho farmer fell back In the wagon and wont to sleep Ills condi Uon Is serious OSCAR QRAU MISSING Ht Holds the Celt For Being the Best Rifle Shot In the State Newport Ky Jan I1Oscar Orau of this city la missing For flvo years he has been employed by Jacob Doltz York street and has never missed a day He attended to his duties until a late hour Saturday night and since then nothing has been heard ot him Mr Grau holds the championship belt as being the best rifle shot in Kentucky He has broken 99 clay pigeons out of a possible 100 and man ufacturers of firearms have offered him a largo bonus to uso their make Mr Grau is a member of many organ izations and is Immensely popular WIFE AND DAUGHTER MAY DIE A Kentucky Family Severely Bitten By a Rabid Cat Sorjent Ky Jan 11John Henry Mulllns aged 36 years a Oeefhlde creek farmer of the Pike county herder died Monday night after suffering horribly for pre days from tho effects of a cat bite Ills wlfo and fiveyear old daughter wore bitten by the same cat the day following and they are also In a critical condition The ant mal was killed More double stars have boon dill covered and measured at the Tick Observatory Every Two Minutes Physicians tell us tIn t all the blood in n healthy human body passes the heart once in every two minutes If this action be comes irregular the whole body suffers Poor health follows poor blood Scotts Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason why SCOTTSEMULSION is such a great aid is because it passes so quickly into the blood It is partly di gested before it enters the stomach a double advan tage in this Less work for the stomach quicker andmore direct benefits To get the greatest amount of good with the least possible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health Scotts Emulsion does just that A change for better takes place even be fore you expect itWe wilt tend you t simple fitt lie sure that this piclute in the futtn of a libel it on the wrap ftt of every bottle of tmultiun uu buy SCOTT te BOWNE Chemiiti 409 ItJtlSt N Y OCfDIIIj flOU IIU4IuUi11 Carriage Satisfaction Here I x1st Vt bodyfinishnylLanNOWWe repaint and retire Get our KENTUCKY CARRIAGE C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Ladies Only It Is Women Who Need Most From Little Irri Pains and Dr Miles AntiPain Pulls are for women Woman delicate nervww orcanlim tingles to th treat Jarring Influene and some ache or pain to tlw rsult The remedy la at ItaaJ Dr MUW AntiPain Pins They art most nwrvelteuxly on wom anl nervous organism and relieve and ours the pains to wutah she li a martyr llMdaiiieo nruralclae pAir monthly palm and all kinds of pains disappear as It a gentle Imnd had tightly teethed Um away Dizziness hash of Bkxxl to the bead Toothache Ikukaehe are all cured by tkm NUttle CSsmfertew Cured wlU mt danger of dhwtrmiU aftereffect terra4 quickly cured with out unnatural actIon on liver itematli or otrwr lHtnMl orgBM Dr MUte AntiPain MJU pleas the women and the children Uk them be cause they are easy to take and teeth all their suteringe For years I had np Hs of liNk heed at URIftI MtUertnjc uMo aeltlemeatI could nut en4 ro any Ootttg to rlivrrh and TM vtaiUng brought on these terrtWe s numerous remedio wfabea IrullfnI tried Dr bttlo AnUlIIlo sad 111wu I 1s1 yrn t1ayeed1warda111tt1 rAfKINsuN Utotsaaiuwna PrlM Sic a box Near sold In Imtte FREEWrite to use fr Fre Trial of Dr Uu Anti PaIn Pills lhe New SWauae nMMilr for Pain Aka Symptwn Iltaiik 0- SOuowhat will oll r lt H tell nil WrDfWtilllMJ hoWWfriCkt O JoIt1 If +II+ + + I II I II II II I I 11 I to at to do It that new Wo can save may n good den our o o o o i MILS Orator Entr 170 Warren Its Oct 22 1002 For nearly 1 suffered from ovarian doc tor on an ns the to well however operltlonMyas I for homo a woman is a at best druggist to get a Wino of my recovery was rapid With weeks I was belniInStowol woman a home is by ness and brings ness not on Qo to your druggist today and a of of WINEt BuggiesPhaetons Surries Traps Durable GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish repair prices WORKS Relief tating Aches Wo bought th- eMeat Shop Known an ft D Massey Moat Store on and will have meat on hand all time Come and two us for fair treatment Your trade ta colleted hero Ii IDurhull1 Bros Min Street heron K- yMISSING you art not trading with tin you are missing uuuy things A building 20 x feet full ofeGood Things A Pe SETTLE Jr Depot Street Berea Ky HHH H HI 1K 11 HilI II Learn buy Arbuckle Simmons I SPECIAL WINTER SALE f- We believe it pay sacrifice profits and moro huslneM is this policy keeps ua- ahv8 first with the new goodsno old stock beroeverJthlug bright clean Season able anti Reasonable know we you money be Make Selections from Complete Lines o Arbuckle SimmonsRICHMOND KY HHHmm imimiiiiiiii m III tin mm ml t CECEUA STOWE MODI Club Avenue CHICAGO four trouble The Insisted operation disconsolate A advised him Ibegantolmproveiynafewdaysan very anotherI letter shows how saddened completelyWine health and happi suffer ing secure Cardul ClRmJJ Runabouts havo the Main Street fresh tho ROOd 102 btd ay u Po11 Stony ul tb wt- tu dW rrl sussesfluTi floe Ial hrW4own pI v oa- Iuat 0 y o IN THE WORLD 5oiASefsUNION u INlcr lerr auJMA l1 bbw- lresrrM JHIII tIKIU ale mlU 1 ir falr 100i =15U 7SU Julra rlUTIIC r 11aalmalrellIIhlIlmoremnooIIJWh ufnrturiTi In nw world W 11jllaI3CI MlJ 3JXlho tiUced lliU fSA and ibool of pood1her300 nnd3J0shoes- Made of tin bet Itatliiri htludlnf Patent KugllrllOroW li DoiurlM SiOO ell Ede Ua fennel b iu pile t Hliur lymull liScr 11uta 1 a urr Coyle Hayes Main Street Berea Ky