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IHI I 1iH +H- BEREA PUBLISHING COL C HINMAN Manager petered aU Podofee of BtmJ Ay cu aemnd- ebtee mah motk- r1III IIlI III 1oHrIz VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2 1905 One dollar a year NO 88 t IDEAS Duty keeps the key of happiness See with your eyes and not with your ears Duty novor dies Tho voice of God novor ceases to sound in our souls A spick on tho eyeglass of n mel ancholy man weans to him n spot in the sun NOTICE Only Friday nnd Sunday nro loft for the Revival Services Great Interest has been manifested and much good done but these last days should sew the greatest enthusiasm FROM THE WIDE WORLD The infant Czarevitch is reported to by seriously ill- IIermanuCorrodithe famous Ital ian iwinter is dead Thirty Bulgarians were killed or wounded in a light with a Greek baud in Snlonicn The Jn sauces Navy Department squadronfurTho strike at St Petersburg in re torled to ho practically 1 No improvement in the situation is shown Rt Warsaw EnlpororWilliam lug from pneumonia panned a fairly good night Sow complicatioiiR between Great Britain and Russia are fearedas a result of tho attack on the British View Consul at Warsaw IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tim at Lincoln Nob destroyed projHirtyworth 180000 Tho alleged election fraud eases from Denver Colare now before the United States Snpremu Court A troop of American cavalry is to tw sent to the province of Cnvito to tamp down the niurdoroiiH lodronus Ole A Thorp Chicago oxjtorter who was the first man to scud a boat from Chicago to Ruropo with mer chandise in doad Another effort will lw made In the Senate this week to secure an agree mont for a vote on the Statehood Bill Tine prospects In tills direction are much brighter Capt Baldwins airship made a yestordayminutes moving in every direction and finally descending in the inclos lire from which it arose Henry Phippa the former Pitts burg steel manufacturer made the fact known that he would give 1000000 for the erection in Now York City of model tenement houses for tho woi King classes Tlio tone meats will IH erected on a business basis and tho earning are to accum ulate and to ho used in building moro houses t Regarding the place of the Bible in public schools tho facts seen to lo these In nine of tho states it him a legal recognition in state constitution or school law In twelve snore deci sins of courts and state Hiijxjrintend stronglegallong established usage and public scntimenl support the custom of Bible reading in the free schools COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The Camplrallshurg Ky High School was destroyed by fire Mayor Grainger of Louisville is arranging to go to hot Springs Ark Thursday for his health and Presi dent Barth will be Mayor for several weeks Capt Thomas Speed Clerk of the United States Court in Louisville Civil War veteran and writer of note died yoslorday morning after nn illness of two years KontuckyGonoml resolution indorsing the position of President Roosevelt in tho mutter of extending the jxjwera of lht Inter state Commerce Commission A letter signed by nil the Captains of tho First Kentucky regiment with one exception IIIldull the Lieutenants except two has SOUL to Colonel Biscoe Hindmau requesting him to resign He has not yet announced his decision though it is said ho has the support of Gov Beckham- Thu Joint Conference Committee of the Kentucky Legislature agreed upon certain changes to bo nrndo in J Wells Bill the principle of which is a provision for the purchase of an additional block for the enlargement of tho Hunt site for tho now Capitol An additional 20000 will bo re quired for this purpose making the total authorized expenditure for the site 00000 i TIDE CITIZEN SEAI WHAT THINK YE OF CHRIST A SERMON DELIVERED AT THE SUNDAY NIGHT REVIVAL SERVICE IN BEREA TABER NACLE BY CHARLES N HUNT BWTOV XotltThl itrnxm hit Men etinildtral bj tnany the itroortit Mr Hunt hu presenthNTMTI Whit think jt a Ctari trMilhxxH p he thlnkaile In hlahertao It lie ITor sal Think on three things 1hIL Ir s I bring you tonight the profoundust question ever asked of man It was asked by Christ of tho Pharisees Christ asks it of each one of you tonight Their quick answer was Ho is the son of David Christ snits How thou sloth David inspirit call him Lord rlt The clear inference is that n man lees not call lifts son Lord If you will take the setting of this gum you will find that Christ questionThetangle him in his talk The Hero dions had with flattery said Wo know you teach the way of God in truth and you 10 not regard the per son of men but do you think it lawful to give tribute to CicarV Jesus y0hypocritesThey showed him a penny Ho said Whoso imago and superscription is it They say unto him Cnwars Thon wild ho unto then render therefore unto Caesar the things which are Cusars and unto God tho things which UfO Gods Tho iTem hails left him wondering at his words Next elute the 8ndduc H s They did not Iwliove in any resur rectinn They brought him a most puzzling question They wore seven brothers Tho first married a wife and died without children Under tho law of Moses tho second brother took her to wife ho died without children so all seven lied her to wire She outlived thom all and so there longlivedwomen died also Therefore in tho resurrection whose wifeshill sin lx r Jesus replied fOro do orr not know big the scriptures nor the ixmw of God Thais the reason most men make mistakes is it not Beonuso they do not know the Bible uor ought of Gods power 1 For in the resurrection they neither marry nor arc given in marriage but are as tho angels of Joel in Heaven Christ youhaveqUlStiontltIIttho just std the unjust TIll Stud dticcea wore answered Now conies the third questioner We do not know his name I am almost sorry tonight that we know his profession theylorttho lust thinking that if all others failed the lawyer would succeed in entangling tho Son of God in his talk Tho lawyers first question wns Master which is the groal com maudmcnl in the law tit Jesus said unto him Thou shall lose the Lord thy God with all thy heart and with all thy soul trod with all thy mind This is tho first and great command meat And the second is like unto it Thou shall love thy neighbor as thyself On these two command men Is hang all tho law and the pro phets The crossexamine was IIsayquestion Whit think yeof Christ r lie still has a right to ask it I want an answer front every soul in the house tonight You may bo the jury I will make the statement onho case and present tho evideneo both of Christs enemies cud friends and llrrnshall link you for a verdict In law we would not think of pro Minting a ease without asking for a verdict I trust that in presenting mho greatest case that was over tried I may never IHJ so foolish as an am bassador for Christ as to run away todaydotho jury I do not mean to take a club and strike them but the clerk of the court oaks each juror Is this your verdict 1 and the juror replies yes or no as tlio case may he I want an individual verdict tonight at your hands and may the spirit of the Lord send homo tho evidence to your waiting hearts until with Thomas of old you shall rise and cry MMy Lord and my God in every case in court there is an ptnintilTdares the lawyer for tins defendant denies It rend out of it the court finds Ian issue upon which ho hears evi dence Tho issue tonight is Is Jesus Christ God or is He a blasphemer a falsifier and a deceiver It is commonly admitted by men not Chris Bans thai he was u good man in fact tho bust man that ever lived My contention is that Ho was not a good man unless Ho was Godmau perjuroreither what He said Ho was or else Ho was lath liar and perjurer and merited the crucifixion I will place before you Ills own statements Christ made the following claims I nail my father are one I have power to lay down my life and I nguinDeCoroPhillip said Show till the Father roplledJhlllipwith lice and yet thou hast not seen mo He tint hath seen me hath scout the Father He that hiss known mo has known the Father Comic unto mo all ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest como learn of me In tho beginning was the word nail the word was with God std the word was God bn Him were all things made anti tvithout him was not nny thing made thai was made in Him was life and that life was the light of mon Ho canto unto his own and his own received Him not but as many as received Him to them gave Ho louver to become tho sons of God even to thrum that believe on ills name To receive Him is to believe on Him There is no ambiguity about these statements Ho that runs may rend Tho rule in law is that the plainest construction must bo put upon a document neither law logic or com mon sense would permit a man reading the above to say that Christ uncut anything else than to declare his with God Let us call the witnesses Caiaphas was tho high priest Christ was on trial before Him The oath was administered to Christ in these words I adjure thee by the living God tell me art thou the Christ In three letters and two words Jesus Christ made answer I am By a slight evasion ho might have saved His life It is common for men to commit perjury to wire their lives but never yet did 1 road of any man committing perjury that he might suffer the death penalty and yet sayChristsecond witness is Pilate Ho was a Roman governor sensualvacillating peopletICflrons caring no more for Christ than any other criminal and yet Pilates testimony from the record is I find no fault in Him Tho judge who tries tho case is unusually unbiased Ho looks clearly at the evidence from IlOthsidtfl I place great weight on Pilates judgment Herod also ex amined Christ and said I find nothing worthy of death in this man sayingHaveman The next witness is Judas The prosecuting witness usually has knowledgebutmaster with a kiss returned to the men from whom he had received tho throwingthoyou can almost hear the ring of it in your ears tonight cried out in bitterness of remorse I have betrayed innocent blood Let me call the sheriff the Bible calls him the Centurion He had charge ofa hundred men Roman soldiers who attended to the crucifixion of Jesus After witnessing the nailing of the rudelythrustingupon it into a hole in the ground after hearing the cruel mockery and derisiontheyThyself Thou canal not save if thou he the Son of God come down from uponThoo rorgirethemdo and after tho last sign of life had gone from the Christ the cen turiou exclaimed Truly this was the Sou of God Tho next witness is tho thief upon the cross With hum fellow thief he had reviled Jesus but something in the tone or conduct of this Man of Sorrows brought conviction to his soul until he exclaimed to his fellow thief We indeed suffer justly but this man hath done nothing manias and Goelmemom1Ointo Thy Kingdom auaupou his waiting ear cane quick the sweet accents of the Savior This day thou shalt bo with me in paradise Now unless Christ was divine there was no jxtrtulisf for Him and if there was no paradise for Him He falsified to and deceived in death agonies tho thief who was also expiring In law a statement of a dying witness is received the same as if he was under oath The devil may not usually be an accredited witness but we will call him When Jesus met them on the way they cried out What have we to do with Thee Thou Son of tho- m t high God Let us alone Even the devils believed and troni bled and that is more than some of you do Now we have only to put on tho witness stand time enemies of Christ Let us briefly examine some of His friends There was a man sent front God whose name was John ItUp to the time tint ho RepentforAfter he had seen Jesus he said to his own disciples Behold the Lamb of God Peter was impetuous and denied his Lord and Master under the gaze ora servant girl but after tho power of the Holy Spirit had descended upon him he became as bold as a lion When Christ said to him Whom say ye that I am 1 Peter replied Thou art tho Christ the son of Ihe living God Jesus then said to him Blessed art thou Simon BarJona for flesh and blood hath not revealed it unto thee but My Father in Heaven After the day of Pentecost Got lies made this saute Jesus whom ye crucified both Lord and Christ There is none other vane given under heaven or among men whereby we must lx saved We will call Thomas the doubter to the stand Thomas was not with the other disciples when Jesus appeared and when they said to him wo have seen tho Lord ho believed them not their words wore unto him as idle tales and when they emphatically sapid again but we have seen the Lord he replied except I shall put my fingers in tho print of the nails in his hands and thrust my hand into the hole in his side I will not believe But when Jesus said to Thomas later Do this very thing Thomas did not but cried out My Lord and my God Vo might take tho testimonyof the disciple of love John Jesus is the Light of the world He is tho resurrection and the life We might talk with Nathaniel tonight 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the eternal ftnnlnloe That long late baffled fool end rage To analyze or to define In this or any other age Who knows what treat phllovophy 10 hid beneath their tresses The 8radute and rldiMobeT And each If buying dresser- V D N In Chicago Dally Tribune The Iron BrigadeA cf THE POTOMAC By GEN CHARLES KING- AetbrotaotmeeUIt TbCollo- DogbkrTort hayw xis- tkprrIRbt1ebr0wnlmnzhemOoChIAPTER A WOMAN S DAniNO- Vllh Infinite sympathy Denton and the orderlies aided Dr Clillton to har ness his horses to the old fashioned tideseated half bus half ambulance he had brought with him from Warren tonborrowed from come field hos pital aa the beat available vehicle In which to go for and convey big wounded boy The doctor was tremu lous with droad and distress on account of hie beloved daughter and utterly unable to account for her strange dis appearance lie drove away with all speed toward atone bridge pua and papers in his outer pocket to as to bo able to promptly show hIs credentials to any sentrlna or patrols and Benton was trying half an hour later to satisfac torily account for what he had heard and thought lie had teen that day when Carver came for him to say hla horse was dead lame He had been directed to remain behind and to see th last detachments across the Run UPU to rejoin the chief as soon as hi had found Benton This therefore wan Uentons chance and he begged Let me go back said he and yon tale your orderlys horse If you cant grt another and report to the general in the morning And so about ten oclock Fred had reached the stone bridge found it Jild by a small guard and with that nard was a young officer who had been at the Robinson and Henry houses two hours before ani had lard all about the circumstances connected with Muse Chiltnns disappearance had indetil- been there for some time and had seen her She had come to the rear door with Mr Henry about five oclock and very sweetly and smilingly had told the guards her brother WM sleeping at last and that she needed a little fresh air Liout Ferguson was In command of the guard And you know what an eye for a pretty girl Ferguson has find he begged Iwr to consider tho pre mises hers and probably wanted to walk with her but for 20 minutes sbnipped about the old dismantled i arden going all around It M though interested in what wae left of the hollyhocks and sunflowers and aboutIsix Lewis came and called said supper was ready and she seemed reluctant to go In but finally yielded telling Ferguson that If there were no objections she would finish hM walk later It might be dark and chilly but she knew thegarded now and would throw a shawl over hor head Ferguson raid By all means and sure enough right after dark out she came again slim and fragile looking but well wrapped up and Henry bogged her not to stay out long We saw her flitting about In the dim light of tho campI fire and lanterns a moment thon she seemed to take to tho outer edge of the enclosure and then by Jove she disappeared totally They hinted everywhere and while they wore hunting Capt Carver rodo up with orders for Ferguson and was told what had happened lie was com pelled to leave at once but the search continued It Is a perfect mystery raid the lieutenant removing his cap and wiping his brow Then while they were talking the sentries challenged at the bridge and to the amaze of Benton who should appear but old Dr Chilton with his country omnibus and tho strange ox planation that he had lost the road got way south toward the lower fords and had been turned back by no less a personage than Gen Auger whom ho had mot at Washington several years before when the general was a cap tain of regulars Bcntona guarantee to the guard was sufficient and they let the doctor go on his westward way and Benton went with him that he sight give the anxious father these further particulcrs as they trotted Bong the dim nlmdowy vista of the famous old tluweughfaio Benton had tentyIBut ho never reached It Pushln westward along the pike they noted that all was darkness about the old Robinson place or the rise to the south and then were surprised to see lights pitting about the stone house close to the road on tho right hand side Then voices In excited tones wore hoard within Two or three wore harsh and threatening one was uplifted In min gled plea and protest and then from the direction of tho Suilley road only a few yards away came shadowy forms just visible under tho starlight Halt was the Instant order from Bontons yips low yet commanding and his revolver seemed to leap from the holster Who are you Patrol Nineteenth Indiana was the prompt answer Is that you Llout Denton Three of our follows strayed away and the captain ordered me down hero to look om up Theyve called In the gunny at the Henry house where you woro this afternoon Your men are hereIn this house and youre just In time I fancy for now there were sounds of scuffle and violence Benton was off his horse in a second and followed by the sergeant and two or three men hurled himself at the door which gave way before his Impetuous rush and In an other moment he bad sprung through one dismantled room Into another at the rear of the house and there came upon a sight that explained the whole situation a demIJohnthe mate to the one he had seen at Centrevllla stood on a rude sideboard with only one civilian to defend It against three sturdy lads In full marching order who had evidently just had enough peach to be mad for more One of them had grappled with the owner the other two wera watching a chance for a leap at the prize when Benton and the sec goant burst in upon them Shamostrlcken caught In the act the three marauders faced the rescu ing party anti sheepishly foolishly fur tively glanced about them from the tall staff officer to the grinning com rades at his back Are those your missing men sergeant demanded Benton They are sir What do they owe you sir demanded tho aide turning to the el r rzi YOITE OCRS- tferly 3tmn at the sideboard who was nursing a bridled throat yet looking Infllnllely thankful They dont owe moclpt for a few drinks of poach Id a given them that gladly If theyd said they were dry and hadnt any money but when It came to taMn the demijohn I lowed it was robbery How daro you men break In hero demanded Beaton sternly You know the orders against plundering Take their name sergeant and turn them over to the guard when you overtake the regiment May I say ft word slrM liked one of the trio stepping forward with a shifty salute for all three teemed sobered by their plight Say on Wo didnt break in sir The door was open the light in the window We wore town here before olgbt oclock with the sergeant trying to find news of the young lady and this fellow can tell about her and wont tell It was that we came to see about Ho set up the peach to keep us from peaching and the scamp had the Impudence to grin over his own conceit Take those men outside ordered Bonton Implacably and ask Dr Chil ton to stop In hero a moment Im afraid youro hurt he continued for tho man had turned palo and was lean ing against the sideboard for support At the sound of the name Chllton he started and glared Obediently the sergeant marched his prisoners to the outer air and presently in came the doctor One quick glance passed between him and the pallid Virginian You hero now Jennings cried the nowcomcr and hurt How did it happen When did you get here Have you seendo you know anything of Rosalie and by this time his prac ticed finger was at the others pulse the other who for all reply glanced gig nificantly warningly toward Denton and seemed striving to bid his friend be silent But the doctor was all im patienceSpeak man This gentelman Is a frienda friend In need You havo seen her Is she safe Is she harmed Safe was the sententious answer with still another significant look die regarded as before by Chilton But what docs It mean Why IreIturnedherthere Where is sbtl Jennings hewer me maul I nut despite the almost agonized ap BenIwits yet a not reply Walt doctor wait till you sco Judge Armlncoad Hell toll overIJudge Armlatand hero And she went with him do you mean and loft my boy Why Jennings I cant be hove It- And then the Hoosier sergeant again came to the door Sharp firing nontenant south ot mil Shall I follow Maj May or turn after tho guard toward tho Lewis place A Leaving tho two Virginians DentOn stepped outside The moon was just peeping above the troes toward the distant heights of Centrovlllo and nearby objects were become more readily vlHlble In tho faint and mystic light Somewhere to the south toward the Junction Stuarts venturesome troop ers bad come in view of Slowly retir lag parties ot the Western brigade and a fairly brisk fuel laJo was the result For a moment the officer listened to the spiteful crackle of carbine and ripe then answered the question Better follow the major and lively too Ill catch you before youve gone I quarter of a mile He felt that It was now unsafe to re turn to tho Henry house The guard was pins The chances were that with in a few minutes Stuarts troopers would be coming up the Sadley road from the south He would say a word of farewell to Dr Chllton then follow his men Leaving the hones with 4kj orderly in treat he once more turned sad as he entered the rear room sto ping a most excited conversation In was amazed to see the Week door which had been shut and barred three minutes before swiftly dosing behind a slender figure In the trim frock of r1the uniform of the confederate service Ho saw tha same form flack by the northward window and Instead of pursuing whirled about sprang through the front door and round to the westward side of the house just miss ing collision with a panting corporal who cried Reb officer ran down this way from the Henry house Me and Rinks followed All In an Instant then his suspicions wore confirmed All In a seconds time It seemed he had hurled himself on a dim fragile form and clasping It In his arms strained It despite furious struggles to his breast Paul Paul he cried Dont you know meTfredT Sur render you bleeeed boy reb surrender Heavens man dont scratch for two furious little hands were tearing at his cheeks Speak you sinner Havent I knows since five oclock twas you I saw at the window But so far from speaking only pant ing Incoherenetes escaped the lips of his captive Straining squirming tho slender form writhed and palpitated In his clasp a heart was throbbing like mad against his and while he still clung with one arm to his prise s enlsed end captured with the other- banll a long slimfingered sharpnaltttd little member that WM bent apparent ly on tearing out hit eyes and then swaying and staggering Benton bore bLt prize Into the moonlit space beyond juat as the doctor anil the Virginian lanternbearlnc came stumbling out Into the night Tho yellow gloom foil full on a beautiful dark flushing faq ranted In muses of dusky hair tumb ling about the sloping shoulders and down the slender backfor the natty slouch hat had been lost somewhere In the eualefell upon glowing in MlhliIneparted lips amaze clinging to Ills lovely captive Bentna stammerediNot Paul but whoever you are my prlsonerl Not Paulnor your prisoner was the sudden exultant answer In a voice that ever sines early evening had been ringing in fate ears Not your prisoner Yonro ours Do you hl8r1 And out of the silence of pic night thore burst tho thunder of gal loping hoots dose upon them sweep ing like a tornado over the open field to the northwest and then there came whirling Into view and surging Jail about them a swarm of shouting jubl lant cavaliers Stuarts Virginians In nil their early glory- CIIAPTER VIII A DAOOHR IK TUB TOILS The rat of that night was long a blank In Bunions mind lIe hail vague recollections of a furious struggle of trampling horses of shining whirling saber blades of a leap to saddle and frantic effort to cut his way circling foes of riders shouts a Vol mans scream a crushing blow nearly split his skull and then oblivion until morning and the taco bending fondly anxiously over him as ho opened his eyes was that of Paul Laduo and the first words that PqulIbeen for white and haggard and die tressed the winsome features of the year gone bythe dream face of his chosen friend seemed aged and worn almost beyond recognition Then there were hours of trundling over rough half frozen roads with a racking pain In his fevered head and Incessant thirst Bearded faces came and peered at him from time to tImeI not in enmity or hate but almost In fel1lowsizes too big for him perched on tho back of the ambulance in which he rode and gave him frequently cool wa ter from his canteen From time to time Dr Chllton came and mlnloteredI to and comforted him tuno of wah my deah sun said he t Yesdy my boy my daughter and young Ladue yahnduh wero all In your hands Now Its just tho other theI This ddttime river the railway Is all ripped Four patients had Chlllon to CO- lor now It seems nnd by Gen John stons orders fast as they could pos I sibly bo transported he was convoying them under cavalry escort beyond the river In very serious plight was his own gallant boy the lieutenant of the First Virginia cavalry to rosctio whom his comrades haJ made that wldo detour and sudden and surprising swoop from the northward sUe of tho pIke Ilocllnlnfc In the second ambulance throughout the morning hours was Miss Chllton suffering both from shock and partial collapse for she hind been knocked down by a rushing ridirlosa horso In the midst of the melee In front of the stone house and severely bruised and shaken Third on the list of In valids but Insisting on remaining In saddle was Lieut Paul Ladue tho unhappiest man In the party worn down with grief oDd anxiety Fourth and last was Fred Benton with a bandaged skull and a broken arm cnptvrcd In the moment of supposed victory At Gainesville they had been joIned by Judge Arrulaloed an honored and beloved neighbor who since the out break of the unhappy war had retired to his old country homo near Hopewell Gap and with the judge was Lieut Paul Ladue who had been telMiwar cerdted until he could exchange the garb In which lie had made his escape from the Henry house too previous evening for the stunning regimentals still in possession of Rosalie Chlllon Already the story of the romantic and pUrring episode rffas going from Maroed lip to lip among the riders of Stuarts Horse sad before the see end sunset following l Ved Beatons capture he had heard almost every word of it The dark night ot the fourth o1 March had been a sorry oae for Paul tadue Ever since tie previous week be and hla comrades lad been looking Tor the second eorainf of the Yankee wolumna from the fOrts In front ot Washington Day after day armed with fleldglaeses in belfry tree or steeple Johnstons lookouts watched for the first sight of screening cavalry they were all green at suck work north and south both Already had the northern volunteers marching by night on converging roads twke opened fire and killed or wounded icy oral In each party before discovering their blunder It was all nervous bust ness for new and Inexperienced officers and as luck would have It Paul Ladno only Just up from a debilitating fever found himself commanding an Infantry outpost north of Bull Run No caval ry had been In their front at sunset None had passed out that way and when at brisk trot all Ignorant of their proximity to the pickets the coated orate troopers mme surging dews till Jane never bearing probably aad certainly sever heeding Ute order to halt Ladue shouted Ire sad sorely wounded young Chubs fell from his horse Te De Continued The County Jn llcr and Old tan- I well remember one ease before a justice la which I acted ae CtlpoIIdetI counsel in a criminal attM1DeJthen and as I know sow yaw the evidence was well la tarot of my client sad at the close of the argil meets I looked with great coNMcaca for a prompt acquittal Judge of my astonishment when my unfortunate client was found guilty and sentenced to 30 days In Jail I promptly entered an appeal and furnished sureties to prosecute the same Before I left the court room the Justice took occasion to take me aside and say Young man I kinder thought ye ware right but I knowed Judge W naming my opponent is a sight oMara you be anj a sight better lawyers you lit and so of course I gin him Judgment Judge Shule In Leslies Monthly Uamurtnti The Inip m ll I Prnufrrntler Former Employe And whats become of Dale up who used to be working in the proof room Editor sadly Gone listed to part with him too But the pressure be came unendurable Although he made me say that old Munnybaga who died had by Industry and frugality accuoi ulated a lonesome future when I wrote It handsome fortune I fjr gave him and let him stay on lint when he had me say In a society Item that Miss Fltinoodles coiffure war frightful by reason of the awful de rangement of her soft brains instead of delightful by reason of tho careful arrangement of liar soft braids the pressure brought to bear by Influential citizens was something I could no longer withstandBaltImoro American lie KIICTT the Iimtriiiuent Mr Clancy the blacksmith had sprained his wrist nnjl went to the doctor The doctor started to take- down a bottlo of fluid from his cabinet but found the bottle empty After a moments search lie called for his assistant and said Will you get me a couple of those phials from the closet upstairs Flics cried Mr Clancy in alarm Sure If yero goln to work at It will tools cant yo take a smoother want Youths Companion Source of Supplier George dear said tho bride of threu weeks I WIsh you would tele phono to the liveryman bofore It Is too lateAll right darling answered George What am I to say to him Tell him said her brldoleta to send up a pound of liver In time for breakfast to go with our RJOU Chicago Dally News IA DANGEROUS HANDSHAKE- One of the Tricks of the JluJIUu Combat Tricks Renders Antagonist HclnlsM No boy of tiny worth would bo a bullyBut you need not be a bully to employ tho following handshake trick on other boys The thing that you want always to make sure of Is that you do It In a goodnatured spirit and on a boy who is you equal In strength The trick II dose by making the other fellows arm betel the wrens way Some people call this trlek the TUX JIUJITSU IIAMIJiIIAKI devils handshake Ym can Ke what lit Is like In this picture The author of JluJltstt Combat Tricks says the way to do It is as followsApproach the Intended victim and take his right head IN your own ss If about to shake heads with him Throw his arm up swing around at las side and at the same time thrust your ntended rigid left arm under his captured right Year left arm will sitIn throwing his right arm up See to It that the Inside of his wrist is up permost Seethe pW re Now bear down on his risk hand while holding the Victims arm up with your own rigid left Brie There will be a quick shoot of pain through the vied captured arm anil It M possible to apply lite pressure so severely that he wisp rise on his toes If you walk forward you can force him to go with you sad you lave so muck terorage upon him that he cannot swing sroemd and use his left hand la Mease This trick will serve you keys well when you are grown ap ss a means of ridding your home or slice af aa annoying caller lie will be glad to wake his nut you may be sure No tteager of his paying you a second call either TRAINING THE FACULTIES Diary 1m Ella Testa Tells at a Joke the Prafeaser Played en the Class Nikola Tools wu talking about his student days at Prague- I remember well at Prague he said aa old sisfseasr of great originality sad acumen This professor Isolated oa the value of the free ae of the per ceptive Inanities sad he was always pointing out the need for title tee Is straage Maya Oae day on arising to lecture he ballaDOeayolii1IU sto net wo your faevlUc ft at ym iboHW He war an the tOWS betsre him a pot Allei with some TBe melllaK aactatol cempeaada thick brown stall Whin I was a student lie wanton I did not fear to use my sense of eats He dipped his finger deep lain the pot and tuen stuck the finger in tile mouth Taste It gentlemen taste It he said smlllig grimly The evil pot paused around tho class and one otter another we dipped oVr fingers In It and then touched them clean The taste of the thick brown compound wns horrible We made wry faces and nplultered The professor watched us with a grim smile When the pot was finally returned to him his thin lips parted and he gave a dry chuckle I mutt repeat gentlemen ho said that you do not use your faculties of observation If you had looked morn tImely at me you would havo obxorved that the flnger I put In my mouth was not the one I dipped Into the pot Didnt Applaud SheI see It says on this programme of tho Sunday concert that no applaud- Ing was allowed He Thats right Was It not hard to refrain from ex pressing your feelings I didnt refrain frcm expressing my feelings But l hope you didnt disregard the requestNo I only hlsecd Yonkers States man Migration of Sharks from East A curious effect of the war In tho far east Is tho migration of sharks to European waters The submarine explo sions Bro supposed to have frightened the creatures which have passed through the Suez canal and have been making havoc among tile fishes of the Adriatic Invasion of the Black sea cvca uu bsea ftarc SAND EELS PLAYING FOX There Are Other Animals Decides the Opossum Given to Trickiness The animal which undoubtedly taxes according to the testimony ot many Independentobacrvcrt Is tho opos sum of America With the oxact mental u eriion which Inn ces tots behavior I am not here concerned says the Cora bill Matastne Some regard It as a morn cataleptic collapse under strong fear white others accept It as a genuine de ception With some reservations muit rank myself with the latter and It in therefore particularly Interesting tome i to have found as I think a genuine In stance of foxing In a flih I give the following case only for what It may bt worth as evidence but on I do not remember to have seen any tuck Instance previously recorded It may be ot Inter act When flitting for bass In estuaries we ute living sand eels and these are kept In a floating wooden box tethered to the boat and hauled from the water whenever a trash bait Is required On three consecutive occasions one morn lag last summer the halt which plaked from the rest lay apparently lifeless Its till covers hardly moving on the pall of my hand and as a half dead halt It- useless for the work I pitches the morn bund sand eel overboard The Ant utiIno sooner touched the water that It farted off u In perfect health The see und Uthaved likewise Title roaeeel my suspicions sad I purposely eacrMosa third It the bait had not been IIleIMare or rather perils If say doltatI erItent and It would be useful to learn underIhabit of live belting for pike with dud or dudgeon The lowest xpnaekm of ftwOag to whoa one village lad lies In the road with his arm shielding hit heed aad another stands over hits awl Intervals administers a tUmulalUg lit Such cowardice oae hanlly expose lad la Babes but a fragile and eel U surely excuses If it declines to earabt with aa ogre la whose pint half a down of Its kind could lie at full length A TOOTHBRUSH RACK B threem Oe velen e Which Any Boy Handy with TeeU Can Make LoU of boys have their own Ittcheats here to a staple eealrtrhMot says Pans aae FtreeMe apes whisk la 5 try your tools Take a piece of wood sheet seven aad owehalf laches by two and oaetoiuik laches and sheet Ute thlekataaaf a eN garboz hit fact a cigarbox to jest tile at 0 IJIOLgffttiM rip 1 art t out tho two pleas then Ute groove market A the width being Jut the same u the thick MIa af the wool Mad the depth pelf of it Now sandpaper tin two ptes until they are perfectly smooth and lit the little nUees Ito the grooves driving two or three small malls la through the hade to keep It tight The tack Is thin tom plete Wg BABYS GRAMMAR I know a young grammarian IIha only throe fret tJltIk And yet eke cooJtMatM a verb With fur mere wee thin IIPer when asked hers DM you go Her words liy logic seat- Are bean In answer 0I goed she sever wye I went Bites only tour yet with the verbaIIShe sever lies u doubt The ones that have a crooked twist Site promptly s4mlihte out And rato the grammar saarp reve e Oat checks both swift and rude She never sever nays I did She always says deed IIWltltWith go and wont anti going gone With meaning meant and meant often wlnh that at the Same fouryearold ItartIHad good to tanking Ahd doc tho thing Puck A Smart Boy Johnny got his reputation for bright 1 ness on his first day In camp with the t men A heavy rainstorm came up that day and Johnny could not be found any where Not a single tent was op as yet and after tho shower was over tho men were all wringing wet They were naps urally surprised when Johnny came strolling in with his clothes as dry as a boneWhy Johnny asked his father where have you been that you have kept your clbthcs so dry Oh no place answered Johnny IIjuet took oft my clothe oa 3 sat on Wee till Ib9 tale stoppedI IA i I H The OnePrice Cash Store IClean J DRUGS pure and fresh Prescriptions a Specialty Toilet Articles We carry a most complete line of toilet articles perfumes soaps etc r Glassware We have something nice for you in 1oo piece dinner sets and 56piece tea set f 4HItThe Home JBKHIX LBSTBB lULL UlUr Work and Play It is much more Important that a man take pleasure in his vocation than in his vacation because ho ponds more of his life at it Indeed it is not too much to say that if a man enjoys his daily work ho willnot enjoy his vacation however much ho may expect to for ho has I not the capacity for the enjoyment of the realities of the present lie deals only in futures The only happy man is ho who t feels that ho is accomplishing some thing docs something worthwhile who feels himself an indispensable I cog wheel in the gnat wheel of the- I universe who believes that nobody can quite tako his place when ho I goes on n vacation Without this faith in himself and tho importance of his workn man is lost No pay however largo no prospective vacation however en- I tieing can compensate tho man who dots not feel delight in tho job ho has completed because ho realizes that ho is of use in the world that ho is enlisted in tho social service The Indejuntlcnt Where New Foods Orlflnite Man will oat 200 or 300more foods in tho year 2000 than ho eats now said n chemist A movement is on foot among the worlds goy ernments to increase tho varieties of our foods and every week from somewhere or other a now vegetable or fruit or nut is added to the inter national bill of fare It is by a study of tho food of savages that we get mnnyiI but which wo can refine That is how we got our new doll I cacica in the past Eggplant anti tomatoes for instance we had never I thought of eating till certain Peru vian savages showed us tho way Oats barley and rye originated from weeds that grew on the shores of tho Mediterranean Tho buck- wheatU came from a wild Siberian It plant Melons cucumbers horseradish and onions were weeds of tho wi East The pumpkin was regarded I as n poison for a long time and with no little fear did some adven turous person of the past test it as a food Turning to the fools of our future I wo find that tho Klamath Indians alone oat forty kinds of vegetables I that are unknown to us Scientists rI Keeps what you want every thing nice fresh and uptodate DONT FAIL To get our prices before you buy we will save you money We dont charge you for loses because we dont have any WHY Because we sell for Cash I are testing these vegetables and are to bo palatable and nutritiousAmong them is the Wichpi which grows on tho Western lakes Its stem contains a whito pith that eaten raw is as sweet anti pleasant as a lump of milk chocolate Then there is the Kotsonokn or goose foot Tho goose foot bears in August small black seeds These seeds the Klamaths roast grind and make into cakes and gruel I I I II I 111 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I The School Jon TORT XUnSMORB Bditsi The geed Mans Key A story is told of an English min ister who being called to pray by the bedside of a dying man sought to take him by the hand in token of their agreement in offering united prayer Tho sick man withold his hand keeping it under the bedclothes and tho minister prayed without it Presently the man died and then as his hand was uncovered tho mystery was explained he was holding in his hand with the grnpof death a keytho key of his safe where his money was kept Tho Lewiston Journal tells of a man in Durham Mo who was very penurious anda very determined man Ho tiled at an advanced ago On his deathbed ho kept his right hand closely clutched As ho drew his last breath ho tightened his hold Everybody there knew what he held in that hand It was the key to the chest in which ho kept his gold As his nerveless hand unclosed the key dropped from Itand chat tered against the bedside As if to hold it even after ho was dead tho miser hind tied tho key about his wrist by a strong cord which ho grasped an long as life remained He could not take his goldwith him but ho kept tho key They buried him as ho was with the key to his money chest tied about his wristAnd what became of the gold Oh tho heirs have taken care of opeuItho gold and let the miser keep tho key about his wrist He is molder ing in tho grave and the key is resting beside him Wo brought nothing into this world and it is certain we can take nothing out What shall it profit a man if he gain the whole world and lose his own soulThe Common People I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 I I I I I I I 11 I 1 I The Farm LA8 CanTER MASON IUt- erhIihIIlhhIltlIIliil l 1411 A Study In Forestry The oldest living thing in the world is a tree A cypress growing at Chepultepcc in Mexico has reached the amazing ago of 0200 years As nearly all trees addone line about the tenth of on inch to their circumference each season it is easy for botanists to count their age with all the accuracy of ft statistical table What n story it could unfold if endowed with the faculty of Ian guage All the governments of the cypress It was in full vigor before Abraham left Urr of the Chaldoes It was flourishing and oven then old when Moses led his tribes of nomads from Egypt when Joshua was cross ing the Jordan when Deborah was composing her song about the stare dated tho kingdom of Cyrus this in turn gave way to the conquering events seem modern to the voice of tho grove that speaks from tho old Mexican cypress This tree had given shade to the barbarians of tho Mexican table lands thousands of years before Columbus set sail from the port of Faloa on his epochmaking voyage to the New World It was there in all its glory when Balboa looked out for tho first time on the Pacific ocean while tho brutal Pizarro was invading tho land of the Incass when Magellan made the first trip around tho earth and when scores of bold navigators wore sacrificing their lives in n fruitless search for tho mythical Northwest Passage The old cypress tree was there when Cortez marched along on his way to ixMiqtier tho city of the Montezumas Its spreading branches sheltered the wenry warriors and witnessed the bloody onsets that presaged the destruction of the ancient empire of the Aztecs But the old monarch could tell us tales far pleasanter than those of war it could unfold particulars ofmany a romantic episodestories of lovo and tender passion Perhaps Malinche herself lovely princess of a dying race had enjoyed its shade while charming Cortez himself and thus conquering with resistless beauty the one who had conquered all the rest of her people One likes to dwell on the time in the far distant past when the old cypress tree witnessed tho gambols of tho young barbarians and gave tryst to countless lovers of a heathen age A Soot gutter Record Mrs J C Kirby Atlanta 111 having noticed the account of Mrs J A Andersons butter recordsends this account of what can bo done in IllinoisMrs Robert Pech living southof town is one of the most successful butter makers in Central Illinois Those who have used her butter including the writer can vouch for the fact that the product of her dairy is first class Mrs Pech keeps account of every poundof butter produced by her and has closed up for lOOt In the twelve months exclusive of the amount used in a large family she sold pounds Most of it was shipped and none of it was sold for less than 20 cents per pound the entire amount averaging the total being 58830 The butter was made from the milk of six to eight cows Wanted a good young Jersey Cow cheap Address Box 212 Bores For Sale A new 2itorj frame House 8 rooms second House on Jackson f treet On 100 foot lot Rae good barn and never failing wall and fine gardenWill give purchaser the best of terms For information call on or address H MUNCY Phone K7 Berea Ky G F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night I and day Telephone No 4 Berea KyI GROCERIES They are always fresh the cheap est and delivered promptly at all hours Fresh from Baltimore everyiFriday and Saturday Hardware Dont fail to come in when you needanything in that line EAST END DRUG COMPANY Berea Ky comparedto againstSisera lIufplanttho OystersDi- rect cSoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoSoSoeoeoeoeoeceo5oloeoeoeoeoeoeoeoo S 0- t Clean Sweep Sale I o Dry Goods Clothing Hats Shoes io o o We have on hand a brand new lot of Dry Goods o and Clothes also Shoes and Hats These are new o goods and we dont propose to fight opposition i we 0 g are not strong enough We are going to quit the 0Dry Goods and Clothing and we are making prices o- o will get rid of these Also withOf SEvery 500 worth of trade we give o nice 17 x 22 inch Picture frame o- s Cost you 88 cents at a Picture Store 0These prices will continue until our entire lot of o Dry Goods is cleared out at the following Prices i 0 Corduroy Pants retail 125 Our price 880 o eSo new o price 89c 0 S Me wont bur abetpg A nice lot Calicoes 6 and 7c goods any piece for 5e yd o- MensZ suits regular price 850 sad 700 Our pries o o 400 000 and 200 0 o o oBleachedSo o oMonO One Dollar cant bur theta- S Canton Flannel lute per yard Our price So- S Percales lOc values for 7c and 8c o Best lino of Suspenders in town from lOc to 23c S r0c Work Shirts for SOc o Sugar OJc Arbucklos Coffee 2 Ibs for 25ci 0 0 loaves of Bread for 2ic Potatoes 00o per bus o Cooking Apples 2rc pk Navy Beans 4t o Limn Beans 7Jc That Good Oil Moons 15c i100 dollar Riding Bridles for SOc S 2 gallon Tin Buckets for 18c eachoo S 1i 14 s oit i n ii CtI 0 1 ii ft if ti 12C i 0 o- S 3 o 4 II If II l oc II- JL w ce4 ii if n t r Dippers wood handles 4c Heavy Dippers lOc at 8a Macaroni 2Ibs for lira 3 cans Tomatoes for 2oc 0 i nest line of Harness in town o- S o COMEAND SEE US S i Opposite BICKNELL I EARLY J S i KyiKySi0 iOOlOOOOIOOIOOOOlooeoaOIOloIOIOOoooeoo Subscribe for The Citizen 0 r a I The Citizen IRDKTXNDXNT FAXILT NEwarArta rmblUhKl ever TJroridiy at Den Sy l EREA PUBLISHING CO L 0 Hlnmsn Manager Icaac1uruoN RAT rATAL IV APTXKCK ODe r fee Mz month M MrBfod moayb roitoflle Debt y xM Monty Chrck neslefetv- dLtta or ont ud two ant iumj Tb list deer your name bows to what tula lubtcrlptlon li paid It It b sot banged within tbra tier MndUf ore oncy notify aa ubicribri wUhlng Tin Cmzx 4 notify ui at th ot0heeralabweahau- i eltlon tl arrurl that the wish It continued Hotlfr m at one of tny chanre da 4 IrMifiTlDibolb old sad new tddrtwei Mining Numbers dos to wrappers coming suppiledA inl Vf eTlrr IuIsDaertpdooewD1receive Tietour Crmrs tree foe one yew R 4 BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL Now Furnishings in every room All service firstclass Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop KyCourt Sickening Shivering Fits of Ague and Malaria can be relieved and cured with Electric Bitters This especialbenefitcurative influence on the disease driving it entirely out of the Quininehavingeffects E S Munday of Henrietta Tex writes My brother was very jaundicetillsaved his life At the East End Drug Cos price COc guaranteed Ice Cream Jf All Flavors lea Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California Fruits Early Vegetables at jt ji Phono JOES No 5a Select Grocer and Caterer Jc ea Corner Richmond Ky Spoiled hor Beauty Harriet Howard of 209 W 31th St New York at one time had her beauty spoiled with skin trouble She writes II I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for Sears buty nothing would euro tIl I uses Buckleos Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts burns at d sores 25c at East End Drug Co THE WELLDRESSED 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 Borco Ky Miller House Newly fitted up Meats and Board and Lodging at popular prices Next door to Joes R 6 Engle Prop Main St Richmond Ky Williams Is better prepar ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean inK and Pressing a speelallfI Work guaranteedt W A Williams Main Street Berea KT A Grim Tragody is daily enacted in thousands totnes as death claims in each one anIother victim of Consumption or Pdcu xnonia jut when Cough and Colds are properly treated tbq tragedy is averted F G Hutitloy of Oaklnn don Ind writes My wife had tho consumption and three doctors KtngsNewCoughs and Colds which cured her strongIt J One doso rolievefl Guaranteed BOo and IOOby East End Drug Co tJg Jml bottle free tutr 1 fUt 1Rtf1tl til Dfat Emtlmit fUtiintts By JAMES L DAWSON Pollee Sergeant of St LouU Ftther of Juvenile Court Idem 1OM reports and other data recently obtained from a half dozen of the lending industrial reformatories of this coun try covering years of tints I have no hesitancy whatever in stating that in every instance time has proven the wise dom of their establishment They arc meeting every requirement and justifying every expectation previously cntcriamcd by the of the reformatory system a system by the way which has come to stay The principle embodied in this law rings ntheor so much punishment for so much crime + ate 4 iI t r Except upon the theory of retribution why should a criminal be J sent to prison for a definite period of time any more than a lunatic to a hospital for the insane Again as to the retributory theory of the criminal v in its prac tical application to criminals how if it possible to i I penalty to each other unloss we fiat some accurate nlt4altlrc of gtult- m1 the one hand and suffering on the ether which seems to b im possible The law deals with crime and from whatever cause it may be com ViiittQdj the effort of the law should be to reform not to tOlfirm the evildoerDefinite sentences arc never reformatory sincet Ie in fact retributory and founded on the act which is passed htlMg obcurci1 prior to the sentence and therefore irrevocable Reformatory sentences can be based only on the character of the person which it is desired to convert But the time required to alter it cannot be estimated in advance any more than we can tKl 1i61v long it will take for a lunatic to recover from an attack of insane r It nuit be borne in mind that a large majority of those sent to penal institutions are committed in that youthful period of their existence when character and habits arcformed Itimust he borne in inliiff also ITlusthan hereditary It arises through the failure of the fundamental institutions tide home school church society etc The responsibility for this neg lect or failure does not rest upon the upon those whose duty Itas to prepalc hmioriihttallkse6latw- hich when forced upon In early uo p u his previous habits of existence The responsibility rests upon their shoulders but time retribution mli UROtv im an I regarded from thi iwnt oi vicylic U tgbe piled as much as blamed H3w offcirddcs U fcccur that actual want of ability by such youUu is mistaken for idleness carelessness or want of will and punfshntent is inflicted when it is out of order and often marks the beginning of 1 criminal careersAnd it9 is really astonishing to note how rapidly a youthful offender once thoroughly started on a career of crime de serts the straight and narrow path and goes down to destruction as ifI crime was governed by the law of gravity Dean Wayland said It is not impertinent or irrelevant to inquirewhether society is sufficiently guarded or whether the innocent lawabiding citizen receives a fail equivalent for taxes well and truly paid into the treasury of the state when dangerous and incorrigible criminals arc let loose upon the com munity simply because an arbitrary or definite term imprisonment is ended Indeed it cannnot be doubted that there is no more effectual i agency for creating and fostering a criminal class than a series of short sentences for repeated violations of the law In the words of my friend and coworker Dr Ecttjjolin ol Brookfield Mo If the only benefits society receives frol1thcirI being thus held is the sense of security while their term of imprison ment lasts as well might we claim the tigers cub until his muscles are strengthened and his fangs full grown and then turn hfrii loose with greater powers for evil and destruction Spirit CInttttUlttli rut in11i By REV R HEBER NEWTON Psychical scienceI has proven spirits of the dead communicate with the living hat telepathy is a power possessed by many men and women that clairvoyance is an carryII know a woman of fine culture and high character who will not trade her gift for commercial purposes but who has a most remark able power known as psychcmctry the power of holding a sealed let ter in her hand and giving a diagnosis of the physical condition of the writer and a picture of his character of taking a bit of stone from an ancient villa of Cicero for example the nature olf which is entirely unknown to her and calling up a vision of the villa as it existed in Ciceros time and of its owner She is incapable of hand and her case is but one of others which I know j Mesmerism was laughed out ol court at the opening of our cen tury and it is back again in gdod standing under thfc alias of hype notism So one may run on through a list of strange unaccountable mysterious and most unbelievable powers of man leading up to that nightmare of the dogmatic scientist spiritism For the first time ill the history of man these powers have been scientifically investigated in our day Already the result is that a considerable number of eminent men of science have had tle courage to avow that after allowing for illusion fraud and every possible hypothesis rf interpretation they have been driven up to the ultimate solution of the problem he belief in the actual communication of the spirits of those whom we call dead with the living The possibilities of mental medicines are only being opened Its application to the most distressing form of human malady insanity is full of beneficent results Its potency in character reform and time cure of the drink habit seems vast and benign Religious faith is finding its true foundations in the recognition f man as a jiritual being a being who has had dominon over nature iven to hint as tlmchild of a vaster Spiritual Being tilt Lord of all fe IMPERIALISM OF GERMANY She Looks to America fur Aid In Orate ifying Her RoynlAm f bitions Dr Emil Uolch writes In the Worlds Work of the Attitude of Germany toward tho United States Ho says j There have been states which have found it possible to stand outside the arena of European conflicts always threatening to add their weight to one side or tho other of the nicclypoisc balance and always selling their Inac tlon dearly to the combatants Such a power up till 1870 was England favored greatly by her geographical position It It thus though notexcluslvely thus that England was able to rise to a height td which her rivals struggled vainly to ate tale But today the vortex of European rlv attics has widened and England can no longer act the spectator Up to 1870 she watt courtbd by Germany who knew that in the coming struggle the neutrality of England meant the every existence of the Gorman empire But since her vie torlous issue from that trial the ambl tlons of Germany have grown and can only be assuaged at the expense of the British empire L6ok where she will Germany finds In Europe no stcaiftni friend some have humiliations to avotfge others foar humiliations to comeThis It Is that explains the extraonll nary Interest manifested by Germany In America for America no longer remains isolated from European polltlQc Henceforth It Is possible for her to take up the part of umpire no longer playci by HIJ and Ciorruiti Imperialism haa a charade of Its own It Is thooulcotnoof high am bltlons and lofty ideals upon the one hand and of stern necessity on the other Whether It Is granted to any nation to Bqcampliiih to high a destiny as that which German has set before herself may Well be doubted Germany alms at mOre than mere conquests of power more than tho achievement of an outlet for her teeming eons She wishes also to Impose her Intellectual stamp upon thft worldf oho wjaht at tho some time tb play thapirt of both Greek and Ho man In both directions she can find no more powerful ally than the United States HARMFULNESSOGOSSIP Idle Talk and Cynical Discussions Often Mar Reputations Without FlAw l sofas to ke a pMnsnre to certain people to dclaae things A rich men will erect a handsome pavilion or lone lain at eurnmw hwf IB the villas square or park or at some roadside point and In oIw moaths aameasd Initial will be toned carved on it with pocket knlvM or scribbled la pencil The piece IB thus defaced because of wastoneu- and thos hueeeaeae AdrtrtlMn will put lurid slfrfs on vacant loU sad ma Ube entire neighborhood twcaaM public opinion dose not express itself again it A venerable mansion of eolonta days will go to ruin and be turn down tr make war for a new store because DO body cares to lather about lit histori cal associations or take Mm to notice that Hs areltiteclaro Is beautiful It ii cy to tsar down but not as easy tc build up MJS American Queen It Is the easioi thing in the world U pick flaws In the character of an ae qualntance to got sip about his or hem ishortcoralnge and make anecdotes Illus IIIlbuild up his character to give him sym pathetic hip when he needs It and tr stand up lor him when others erltlciRi biro It Is easy to whittle gashes In hit imputation and mar his good name with a f6w8lrokci It IB easy to look on care letiiy or cynically and see a fine char aster go to ruin but It Is another thlng to lend a hand and keep It strong and sure In fighting with it against adverse influences Idle gossip Is clrarp and quick to harm and ills aaay to say lever things that out Into anothers character It Is the strong man or woman wbo upbuilds and the weak one who tars down It Is the strung character which quick to IM strength and amiable characteristics In others which U geuvoua and tolerant and kindly Suspicion cynicism bitter remarks und a readlnn to gather and spread unpleasant mallnestea and niBanueM One never becomes popu tat by Indulging In rldlculau goeelp Its will be llitoncd to qroicrt and feared lint his assocUUs will dltllko him and illilriift him Instead of admiring bin add having crn dace in him Mound Builders as Miners The mound builders appear to have bsnn miners The mica veins of North Carolina one scientist finds were tvorttid on a large scale In ancient tlmas probably by the mound builder They opened and worked veins down to the water level lack of metal tools appar ently preventing them from going deeper into the hard rock These mica vtJ is are simply olbes of came granite An Idea of the coanenoes may be hart from the fact that tho masses ofclcsra ble feldspar and of ousrtz and of mica are often found to measure several yards In two or three dimensions and to weigh several tons A tingle block of mica has been known to make two full two hone wagonloads while some mica sheets have been seen three and four feet In Hamster Chicago Tribune Almost n Confession Jennie That spiteful Mrs Chattorton said your husband was old and ugly and that you only married him for his monoyNdtloAnd what did you say dear I said I was sure you didnt do anything of the sort Did you over meet my husband No t never had the pleasure J thoufihtsU Boston Traveller Jesus at Jacobs Well Sunday School Lesion tot Feb 51905 =bythalllohwayandBywayPrsacher Itbrrr4ktme J W IMBI LESSON TKXTJohn CUI Memory eerie U 11 Head verse 1lt OOlDIN TEXTVho oever will let Dim take the water or life freely Itev UITTlMK1robably DeorembfrLA D Tlos may be Inferred rom verse This war over tlx month after the events of lull lessonPLACEJacobs well near Bjrchar In Samaria A HKMINDKUL t us begin again by repeating our key verse John 1011 and may It help ui to unlock the bleuei truth contained In this lesson The Lesson Outline THKMKThe Water of Life LJaeobi Well of Water 11 1 A Thirsty Traveler vs 11 7iv v t rsiatsIlJeau Well of Living Water 1 An Unknown Friend v C A WaltUK Qtft v 1t Unsatisfying Water v 11 Satisfying Water II Comparing Scripture with Scripture Jacobs Well of Water 1 A Thirsty Traveler vs 6hero we have the humanity of Christ emphasized Wearied with Ills Journey and thirsty and yet not too weary or thirsty toycarn for the soul of the woman who came to draw water His own personal needs were forgotten In the supreme longing to do the will of Him that sent Him V3I Whether at midnight with Nlcodomus or In tho heat of day weary with travel Jesus thI eager to work for souls Whst an ample for Christian workers Gsl 69 2 Tim 42 We have here also a wonderfully suggestive lesson In tact In soul winning Jesus began with the natural and led up to the spiritual He asks n little favor that he may bestow a greater one lie avoided all the eon troversial points and held the woman to the main point of her own personal condition and needs At the beginning she did not appear at all hopeful as an Inquirer or poeelbte convert but Jesus love and patience won And what an enthusiastic convert she became The versos following our lon tell tbtl prominent part this transformed wom an of the town played In that two days revival at Sycbar- IS A Needy Soul v 7From the voices following our lesson we lear tnnt this woman was a treat sinner a bed character In the town but Jesus estne to save just suchJlatt 911 This woman came holed with thought of her human needs and was uncoMCMMM of a higher need Her nteU was io great that she knew no need save that of this life tike came with earthen pitcher to draw natural water to sup ply a temporal need AM the world Is full of each today 3 A Simple Kequtti v 7lhllll proved the easy Mopping stone to U J supreme queMlou of the souls seed Uy the asking of tills favor Jesus was break ing down the barriers which for cen tortes had separated the Jews and Samaritans and prevented the one froBi having Intercourse with the other Tktt request was so unexpected and same al that It amazed the woman as Is evi decod by her question In verse 9 One reason why so many earnest Christians fall when seeking to speak Gods mM sage to needy souls tact they talk from a distance They try to talk over the barriers Instead of first breaking down the vsrrlers to the heart by lov ing contact Love always finds a way C An AwKwaro interest v 9Thes- oup la halt won whose interest Is aroused and who is drawn out to uK questions It was Jesus opportunity to speak Ills message To have spoken sooner would have found unresponsive toll and a wasted message 11 Jesus Well of Living Water 1 An Unknown Friend v 11JMul a estranger to her and yet she not a stranger to Him Multitudes today who know not Jesus but He knows each Individual soul How sad to realize that the Saviour of the world Is unknown to the world t2 A Waiting Gift v 10The Gift of God Not something to be bought Not something to be earned Out a gilt a free gltllaa B5l A gift to be received But oh how many are re jecting it This gift the living water Is the Holy Spirit See John 73739 Luke 1113 John 6b3 3 Unsatisfying Water v 13Jae cobs well could only satisfy temporarily So with all temporal things They can never satisfy This world has never yet supplied the souls thirst To realize how unsatisfying the water the world gives one has but to look on every hand at the discontent the mad graspIIDgwhich Is not possessed lea 652 HI Satisfying Water v HOod alone by Ills Indwelling Spirit can sat lily the needs and longings of the soul Isa5811 Pa 14516 1079 Not only Is the thirst of the soul satisfied by tho Holy Spirit but Ho Is a Well of water springing up Into everlasting life and overflowing to the blessing of those about May we say as did the woman Sir give me this water that I thirst not The Golden Text Whosoever will let him take the water of life freely Water of lifethe Italy Spirit John 73739 Tug SINNER needs to drink to realize his condition John 168 Ho needs to drink to know Jesus as Saviour John 1526 Ho needs to drink to know God as Father Rom 81S17 THESAINT needs to drink to learn tho truth John 6i3 He needs to drink to obtain help Rom 826 He needs to drink to have power over appetites and lusts Gal ErlG 17 He needs to drink to bt sanctified Rom 15161 Cor GIlandt- o have power In service Arts 18 r THE DRUNKARDS WIlfB In a bo51 ward a woman lay IHlnfuU mnpln lIt r life AWJT t Bo bruised and btatun you auaros ocult tract ltIn a tunfftvd mom was llkvthieadaof y And never a sculptor la any bind Molded a tidltitlor foot or hand saW one who ministered le her n4iNo but a eewnrd could 4o this deed And what bitter bale ceuhl have served tlio t arm That a helpless creature Uko tbto scold hormr Thenm eyea hazy with ditttb Blowr ua leek ad the lwellt Urn Murnmrwl utJle IVM me wejl v t h + sW rtakb MIM tell w 1erqR1 lfthMI 1 f ttvei l rJVttow fr Mm wetdd UK te Ahuddr a mono so she welch weaoMid- Aed a drwokarde wife en the Haub lay dead j O fetten Who year srghlere tear 4 Komebodya dsslbler to lylBB bent U O tlHrrtlf lIMN lonw CM oar What the tatutyearpeoMemsrasaeber- O man however yes love frtwHW U it palace er college aeMh beevess- blue deme This de cief drink can eater la For law strike huada Md buitxlM wink eta Ten lies lesallederlnx yen havd the SJoM Now Main them over tM wee SMid peep g tam forward Utiftk knee drtakt Your tatk f1 see laid fr your Mute Ukt think And In the great mart where mamm 5thenlCbesii Mwt Cbkaco Inter 0505- CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL Interesting Comparison of the Drink lug Proclivities of Europe and the United States How much beer wiRe cu sirfrtUnre drank lit the varhm Lc4 w of Rsi lope a1 ccmpntl with tsir COMMSISIP tloa In the United ftalM hall boo the subject of a study by Ute HaltoMl bureaa of Ullstlu the imartw l ralt of wblth are Just pablbsbed Car ha bwri taken to exclude frois the Agureu tar KurwpesN oosatrlee such spirit e1 nuijr be teed In bean nit in tllaft1lft1 Melt lit the- United SUM It has sot bees INUV ticmble to do UI It Is MUd bow- ever that a dedstcttoa on Utili at about IdWO 000 IftllOM Of MM- HtMr K over STMT MBL MMMWib pads from the American tattt The tetol tare of rourfs iHtaeisoM Iqr pufwh tkan and mot be rsdved lo colts ol population for oompartooo TakiiK serfrit nrat It nopor kit sank PrwrhsMii drinks la the omrn of th year 141 gallous sack flwed 113 hock German 111 tM HetitoB Mt the llrtion 13S the Rosvtcn 119 there le government naooaiy there the Italics only 91 Oost nmptlon In eke tnltwi MMM UJ for sack person In crater than that of RwMla and Italy but IM Uwn that In any other roantry Of wteo the tamest coawmptton Is In Prnnr SI7S for sack pe men a Italy it N 3184 The German drink only lM the UUrlH IM lIHI AMeIln AB the union J9 the Swrn JK fur Musses there are MI MgHren tM largest consumption of b or pr bead ls In Ulflum 1660 gnUon then lot lows Great BAlata with IU the German drink 107 the American fol lows but tar heisted with 18 JI ttiea roMe the Swede with St1 and Frenchman with 748 The Itarateudfdrinks only 111 the Italian only J8 gallons annually If we combine base flguree together aaftunilnjc spirits to contain 10 per cent aleobol wine 10 and beer I per cent we shall find the consumption of Mtohol 100 per cant to be largest In Francs 510 gallon Then follow Belgium Ir Italy IJti Germany liO Great Ilritalu 2X9 tk0 United Stales oxeladlag the lOOOtfcM gallons for UM in the arts 11 Sweden 152 and HUH a 70 except lug wine Tne relatively high rank of Sweden Mid Rusula will Ira a surprise to many the comparatively good position of the United State must be very sratlf Ing It may bo worth not lag In Hits connection that the largest revenue from tAXAtion of tne liquor mule is derived hy Kmtla IIS 01KKi This includes the rev rnue from the sale of tpiritn the amount credited to the excise tax proper being Jieill8CC2 Tim Untied States mmo next with 100711 M Great Hrltaln follows with U18M7 090 Franco with J8J307000 and Oar many with J S750000 N Y Ohureh man NOTES JTROM FIELD f r PJo14JfAmerican tunel- lpsumonta Kills 7G per orat eX 1U alcoholic vletime and but 18 per cent of its non1rlnkerLDiRI of Progm There are 20000000 children of school age In the United Stotos under tho temperance educational laws In 1885 there wore none anyhowletraising a nw crop of taiwa from ltlsnloonAmcrlrnllI hoar he II a confirmed btU phlla How awful I always fancied he was a teototalerJndgo- Adrian Iselin Now York million eke has purchased a roadhqtwo near Fort Slocum and turned It auto a tom perance tavern to prcVQiit the aoliiUrs rom tpendlu their wages for ttouor THE CURLER MILK PAIL An Invention Free to the Public Which 1s AU Aid to Keeping Milk Clean The Jurler milk pall which li shown In the Illustration Is a conceived by ih D ourler ot Do KAlbII1 who has for years been making a high clase ot sani tary milk for Chicago Infants and In valids It Is not patented neither do I know of anyone manufacturing It for the trade nays Dr O M Twltchell In New York Tribune Farmer I have bad a number made by a local tlnimlth at a cost of 236 complete as shown and of extra good material The cover in removed from one pall and the hook where the gauze it at TUB aUHUtll MIIK PAIL tarhcd eon roadlly bp Been The abior tcnfttition Is spread between two lay rn of pause and tho wholn It attached by etching over the books on the cover r Thepall Is emptier through the covered spout 10 that It h not opened until the mUKInc is computed The expense for gAuae and cotton Is slight and then should bo uted fresh every mlllilnp At the fume time It meet be distinctly un drrsfbod that this ti not a luiy or ihlft JII mans pall It Is not built lo reline from any obligation rowing cm the dairyman but U one of the essential eretla toward clean iweet pure milk to bl nbferved along with each and every 0 hrr If a hlghclkw product K desired Cows mot be brushed udders kept than ttettftt msde healthy end Rood wind rood provided and If anyone It ttiKitctmi Ute pull rap surely have no pit1 for It ceomtwnhM thaw step of ItiorouRbHfM which RV Mr Garltrand a few otters rational refwtaUom an- dUSe In the prodttetlofi of sanitary milk fly all means lot lbe pall and tr ilk tBroNih absorbent cotton but let this be only the taeawre of nstlBSM ntanlfest at every stp Who we reach thlA maodard of dairy work Ute poor cram will be dlMlHatwI tarn odors will disappear Altk will not be found In the Mpptratora and a better demand and hinlier priNt will be sense by the In dividual producers In the cry no Kin up for pure food products the drat ritp it to guard the milk supply If for no other reason UMM that It plays inch an important part in savlag the lives of the HUJe mass MATURITYJOFJTHE APPLE A Distinction Which Some Hortloul turUta Are Making in the Condition of the Fruit Some of our horticulturist are mak- Ing a difference oetwen the mature apple and the ripe apple though the general public recognizes no such dla Unction We will let our hortleulural frjMidi have their way however The ap Immature when It has attained It lull growth It Is not ripe till It hoc become mellow with thu operation of sunlight heft and time The mature picking1fU will be a short ke pr while If thla picked at tho time of maturity It will keep for a long time even under usual farm condition As different varletloe of apple matureat different doles It will easily be seen that the mixed orchard la a hard one to kern track of Tho old way of harvesting was to begin to pick the upplca on a certain date and then take all they name the long keepers and the short keepers the mature apples and the Immature apple The mature crbple Is a thing we have to get acquainted with If we are to know when II mature If It Is a nell Davis It U mature very title so late Indeed that in the vicinity of WUconsIn It gen erally hug to be picked before It U ma lure Thus Is tho reason the lien Davis has lots Ida reputation with many pro pie Having been picked before It wax mature U could not follow out the usual prucccso of ripening and was always a lard poor flavored apple In region where It has bad time to mature before 11 cd It devolous Into a fruit of jiocd flavor and texture ripening naturally It inkus a study uf mills to Know when each one nmturoi and this U a object that has up to tho present time received little attention Men have grown apples of certain varieties for a long time and have never given Ins Question any coiUldoratlon Tho ma turlty of the apple U at last coming In for Its share of discussion and the light Is beginning to shlhe In a dark liitce Farmers Ilovlew Feed Silage After Bilking C Where the practice IB to feed silage before milking the milk will be off flavor certainly at often as ones a week have had the milk of the herd come to the pall free from any taint for a long Interval then a moss come with an of fensive odor and have found that allege had been fed before milking Silage fljoWho c J utter ralll lngC D sofa pf tIle Michigan Agriculture ol Jre L THE VEGETABLE CELLAR A Suggestion to farmers Who Hate Furnaces now One Man Managed In the winter Is the time the farmer takes to lay his plans for tho future Wo think that nothing will bo bet ter worth his attention this winter than the question 61 a storage cellar for potatoes cabbages squashes and other products of the field There was a time when the cellar under the form house was cool enough in winter to keep most ot the vegetables that It was desired to keep for some months hut little by little the big furnace has Invaded tho home of the farmer and the cellar Is no longer the good storage place it was says tho Farmers Re view The night temperature now runs to degrees and the day temperature to 70 degrees and higher All farm vegetables begin to show doterlorallon In a few weeks from bo tog stored The cabbages and beets wilt and the potatoes shrivel and send out sprouts which have to be broken off again and again to prevent tbo nourishment and moisture In the potato being drawn Into tho sprout It Is evident that tho man with a furnace will have to arrange his collar in seine other way than by leaving It ono open space Recently a professor In one of our agricultural colleges was describing to tho writer a moat admirable cold stor age room In his cellar lie has a furnace and as Is common tho furnaco must havo a supply of cold air He has had a brick partition built across one end of his cellar and the cold air for tho furnace U drawn through this room It has ono aperture opening to the outside while on the Inside the air go pe Into tho cold air pipe of the furnace There Is a window In the cold star ago room and of course a door admits from that Into tho other part of tko cellar On cool days when tho temperature Is not so low as to frcote the vegetables tho professor opens the window wide and Is tho vegetable cellar will told air and then closes It enough to admit of only the amount of draft necessary to kotp tho furnace goingThe retHilU are found to be admira bus and all vflfctables stored Hare as well as tho atfpJaa sib kept In a perfect stole of preservation till used ALLAROUND FARM GATE This Tell How One May De Built Which Will Do Away with AH Sagging When a Late Is of eotisldsrable length IUI farm gales must be to lot a wan pan throve there is always danger that thy will tag and mainly b rMM UM dtntto used for the latch to faulty Try the following plan of coMtructlim a latch sad ceo If It does not work well says the ladUMpolIf News HT the blacksmith bead a piece of halfInch round Iron In L shape making one arm onequarter of an Inch longer than the thickness 4if the post and the gateboard the oUter OATH THAT WONT SAO arm should bo about ten Inches long Bore a hole through the post under the board near the edge of the post put tho threaded endaf the bent Iron through anti screw on tho not Have the name arrangement at lower part of the gate When the gate Is to ho closed turn the bar that It will not be In the way and no when the gate la closed It will rot on the bar Then turn the bar bark so thst the upright piece will be In position over the board It after a whllo thn bar works too readily a naltjnny be placed In po sition agalnU which tho bar will rent whbn It Is turned The Illustration with the drawn de tails shows the whole plan In such a clear manner that anyone can con struct such a gate and attach the latches FARM NOTES In the making of cornstarch about 10000000 buakolft of rom are now used Is nitrogen In snow but some of us would lute to receive It as a gift In uorno othor form The corn plant Is a deep feeder and the soil on which It U grown should hI loosened deeply Our farmers must learn to utlllz every resource and utilize It completely Tlil Is the secret that line made many a manufacturer rich Uy proper perparatlon of the land and Judicious cultivation of tho growing crop It Is possible to greatly Increase the yield of any crop grown on the farm The deparlinint of agriculture found by tests that no corn planter will drop evenly unless the grains are graded to site This his led to tho Invention of corn graders When they are used the planters do accurate work Plum Trees In setting plum trees healthy yearlings should be selected They should not be set too closo together Some set them 15 feet apart each way They should be pruned to a straight stem when set the stem beliii cut back true or three feet from the top Our Petty Excluslveness If Japan holds a worlds fair says a contemporary It will not insist on compelling all tho American girls to leave the country after It ends More than years ago through our sail ors we rescued Japan from her ex elusiveness It now seems about time for Japan or some other nation to rescue us from our exclusiveness Louisville Courler Journal Green Diamond Quite a unique jewel is an applegreen diamond owned by thin prince of Wales It was discovered in South Africa and tho largest stone of the shade In the world Applegreen Is a very rare and precious specks It was found two and a half years ago and weighs three and a half carats The value placed upon It by connoisseurs Is 11600 Helped by Irrigation About 1000 acres of valuable fruit lands have been brought under water by the construction of tho DC Wees dam In the Wet mountain valley near Wutcllffe Col The reservoir Is one of the largest In the centennial state and Its waters render valuable much land In Lincoln Park near Canon City Distinctly Agricultural At present New Zealand Is distinctly an agricultural and dairying colony but recent investigations by engineers 108 to tho possibilities ofTlerlvIng elec uric power from rivers and waterfalls greatIGuessing It My dear began Merchant rather awkwardly It anyone shobld tell you they Saw me at lunch todny Who Will she John Interrupted his wise wife and who saw you with her Philadelphia Pr s I In Polar Region Outside the polar regions there re mans unexplored It Is claimed about onollftlftli of the land surface of the globe Fifteen years ago the unknown port ion a were about oneeighth of the rUfl total Fresh Flab In tome Russian cafes flab are kept alive In tanks A quest at are ufttie booties MleeU his fail from tin pool of water nnd waits until It con be dreas4 end cooked especially for him Nothing New Mla Noamy You didnt know I was iMorwisd In bttlMM did you Miss uelunglVlty yes supposed yon wire as usual but I didnt know wlwf Philadelphia Irer Ribbon Sign In youth Qrtsnlsnd the color of the hair ribbon which a woman tea around her head denotes the social condition of the wfCr1IrwlHIther she itf maid rife or widow Italy Murk What In an optimist A man who think that If he write Rush on a letter It will Iti ilHlvfrsd sooner than otherwiselletefaudL- ouder Easy Enough Teacher1Vhul is the plural of war riage IHipll Mormonlam N Y Ire MostWhen a married woman wishes oho were a man 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Steors 465 0- 0SHEEPNo fat 3 00 15 50 LAMHS Choice 5 00 CALVRS Choice 4 00 8 50 HOGS Dresawl 5 21 C 5 W Louisville WHEAT No 2 1 1- 8COHNNo2 redB 4744 OATSNo2 34 PORK Moss tJ11 00 LARD Pure steam 0 60 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 0 1 21 448ATS Buggy or Carriage Harness WEATHER end fine FINE Invite you to drive profitlook as well ea tke rest of your turnout or is it shabby and thus detract from the general appearance If so theres an easy way out of it Select a new sot of Buggy or Carriage harness from Our Large Stock at astonishingly reasonable prices However if you decide to make jour old bar ness do lot us put it in good repair for you It wont cost much T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Ky dGroatly In Nothing is moro in deuiaml than A medicine which moetfl modern ro quirements for a blood and system cleanser such as Dr Kings New Life Fill They ara just what you need to cure atom lellaOlI liver troubles Try thorn At East Eud Drug Cou 25 guaranteed TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor h atth 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FIGHTING I Russian Losses in Recent Battle Are Estimated at Between 86000 and 42000 JAPANESE LOST ABOUT 7000 Many of the Bodies of the Killed Have Not Yet Been Gath ered and Burled Gen Mlstchenkos Wound Is Serious Gen Kondratovltch Was Shot Through Lung and Bullet Lodged In His Spine London Fob IThe Dally Tele graphs Toklo oorrespondent says tho Russian casualties in the engagements from January 26 to January 29 are now estimated at between 36000 and 42000 and those of the Japanese at 7000 Mukden Feb IThere Is another lull in the fighting but it is Impossl blo to toll how long it will last The Russian losses tho last few days were about 10000 Many of tho bodies of the killed have not yet been gathered Lieut Gen Stackoftergs corps was the heaviest loser The Japanese losses according to Chinese reports wore also heavy The Russians took about COO prisoners The Japanese forces on the Russian right were orig inally about 10000 who wore routed and panicstricken but afterwards thoy wore strongly reinforced from the Japanese right Con Mlstchenkos wound Is serious a bullet having fractured his knee Joint Gen Kondratovltch was shot through the lungs and the bullet lodged at his spine from whence it has boon extracted Ills chief of staff Col Andrlef was severely wounded in the head The Plans Changed Mukden Jan 31 via Tien Tsin There isno apparent connection between the starting of the battle of January 20 and the domestic excitement at St Petersburg nor orders just issued to abandon the planend advance against tho Japanese positions The effect of the trouble In Russia is as yet imper ceptible hors Tho facts are not gener ally known Officers possessing infor nation of occurrences at home say that the disaffected are probably using the present war as a pretext for their perl odlcal demonstrations which were known are regarded no more seriously than formerly The commander inehiefs orders to abandon the advance ono reported to state two reasons for stopping the ad vance first the losses sustained second the failure of a quick attack upon which the advance depended The precise meaning of the above Is not apparent Notwithstanding the order to cease a tenacious conflict continued in the vicinity of San Chlapu a fortified out post on tho Japanese left where it Is reported the Russians have taken the outer works Bronze Medals of Honor Washington Feb 1 Senator Lodgo Introduced a bill authorizing the strik- Ing of bronze medals of honor to bo awarded to persons displaying con spicuous courage in saving lives in railroad wrecks or in preventing such wrecks The Lose Was Heavy St Petersburg Feb 1A telegram from Schlatun states that tho Russian losses from January 25 to 28 were 10 000 but that the percentage of dead Was small The Japanese losses were very heavy Over 800 were made pris pners s k x te- 1y wf + r IN THE CONGRESS An Amendment To the Army Bill Was Defeated In the House Washington Feb 1SenatoTho senate continued tho consideration of tho joint statehood bill with Mr Nel son as the principal speaker A num ber of bills were passed including ono largely increasing the fees for incor porating stock companies la the Dis trict of Columbia House Tho treatment by Gen Nel son A Miles qf Jefferson Davis prod dent of the confederacy during the time he was a prisoner at Fortress Monroe Va was recalled when Mr Williams Miss tho minority leader tried to secure the adoption of the senate amendment to the house provision regarding retired officers serv- Ing with the state militia Messrs Hull la and Hay Va endorsed the house provision making it retro active The latter declared it was democratic doctrine to save money and for that reason called upon tho democrats to stand by the committee It was at this juncture that Mr Wil hams arose and spoke of tho action of Gen Mlles In placing shackles on tho anklos of Jefferson Davis He shared he said the opinion of south ern people but ho did not think it was the time tho place nor tho way to got oven Mr Williams motion to agree to the senate amendment which does not make the law concerning re tired officers retroactive was lost 79 to 171 The bill then was sent to con bronco AUTOMOBILE RACING H L Bawden In His Twin 60Horse Power Cal Made a Mile In 3245 Ormond Fla Feb 1The greatest automobile meeting over held in this country or any other country so far as smashing records Is concerned closed hero The last performance was the run ilng of a mile In 32 45 seconds by H L Bowden in his twin COhorso power car After the days events had been finished be asked permission of the niclals to try for the kilometer and mllo records and the courso was cleared for him He took a good flying start and as he tripped the wire of the automatic timing machine the crowd expected a now worlds record for the car was going faster than the speed of a hurricane Unfortunately the kilometer time was not caught on the automatic but several watches gave it as 20y4 seconds the worlds record being 2125 Tho ten mile record was again smashed to pieces It was in the fi nals of the Onnond derby for the Maj Miller trophy Young MacDonald who won the trophy covered the ten miles In C1D The record before this meet was C50 made by W K Van dorbllt here last year Colored Soldiers Home Washington Fob 1Senator Halo offered an amendment to tho sundry civil bill appropriating 1200000 for the erection of a memorial national homo in honor of deceased colored soldiers of tho civil war the home to be used for indigent soldiers and their needy families Salted For the Isthmus New York Feb 1Dr Charles L Reed of Cincinnati and Thomas Cuff of Washington commissioner to set tie remaining differences between the United States and Panama arising un der the canal convention sailed for the Isthmus Consuls Appointed Panama Feb 1 President Amador has made the following appointments C Gilbert Wheeler to be consul at Chicago James R Shaler formerly superintendent of the Panama rail road to be consul at Chattanooga Tensr n 1 1 JJ III1II1IlFHHH11t HI i HIIIlHt1I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I J I 1 I 1 1 I I I 1 I I I I 1 I 1 1 I I I 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 H IH I 1 1 I 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 Mrs Campbell has been considerably under the weather lately Misses Douglas Hemlricks and Welch took a Richmond trip Satur dayTom Adams who has been in Hamilton for some months in back againMiss Adelia Fox of Narrow Gop visited with Mrs Frost the past week returning Monday- A new iron bridge of heavier weight than is now over Brushy fork will replace the old ono Mrs S TouVollo returned Monday night from Celina 0 where she has been on a visit for sometime Mrs Maggie Adams Overly Ham ilton Ohio was called to the death bed of her father Sunday night Mrs J W Dinsmoro has recovered from a very painful attack of grippe and is onto more teaching her classes Mr and Mrs Leon Lewis have gone to Cincinnati whore Mr Lewis will work at his painters trade until SummerTho of Miss Laura Dun can remains about the same The expected operation has not yet been performedW and family moved from Brassfield to Baron Friday i and will live in Mr Kidds house on Center Street Mrs J C Burnam on Thursday night entertained at a six oclock course dinner four friends A pleasant evening was spent Miss Brooks hold a revival service for scholars of the colored school I Wednesday afternoon with the good results of 31 starting the new life Prof and Mrs L V Dodge enter tained at dinner Saturday night Misses Bearingor Hollister lIon kicks Sypherd and Dr and Mrs CowloyMr and Mrs L H Bellebaum were called to Louisville Monday night on account of sudden illness of relative Mr Bellebaum returned Wednesday morning Again we wore so favored with wintry weather as to make jxxwible two sleighing parties of College young people one on Monday and the other Tuesday afternoon Rev Thos Smith of Clarence Ky will preach at Silver Creek Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Febru ary 4 and uat 1 1 A M and a good attendance is solicited flimsiness of importance I HORSES A horse unaccustomed to the whip will know the meaning of It It In used at once to correct a A great majority of the spavins and ringbones not to speak of the heaves and numerous 9thcr horse ullmentH ore caused by rough and thoughtless driv lug Common sense should tell nay one that a horse should bo started urged forward and stopped by the voice aud that resort to the whip should newer be had unless absolutely necessary A horse that must be whipped continually to get out of him IB no good and bad a better be shot He Is an annoyance and a nuisance lie Is like an eye servant that must be watched all the time Blacksmith and Wheelwright Grover C Hunt died at Paint Lick January 10th aged JO years and 0 months He was buried in the Bontwright graveyard Two sisters at homo and three brothers in Illinois are left Miss Melina White of Fayotte Missouri Miss Margaret White of Richmond cousins of J W Stephens came on Saturday for a short visit Monday night a few of the young folks wore invited in to meet them Married at the parsonage of the Second Church Thursday afternoon Mr Frank Abnoy to Miss Ellen Evans Rev Mr McCully per formed the ceremony Only a row friends wore present A Day of Prayer and fasting for the Churches throughout the United States has been set for Saturday Owing to the work already being done in the Gospel meetings it is thought best that no formal obser be hold here One of our oldest residents Mr Wm1 Adams sour passed away Monday night His funeral was holdat the house two miles from Berea at 030 thence his burial in the Richmond Cemetery at 130 pm The Masons had chafgo of the ser vicesMrs A E Thomson now visiting in Medina Ohio writes that on a visit to her brother Judge A A Thayer of Canton Ohio she attended a McKinley memorial banquet She is now engaged in visiting her bro thers and other relatives and return next week The complete results of the Gos pel Meetings will lie published next week Today wo near the close and can report that the numlxir of converts has steadily increased each night The feeliug of interest in the work and the opportunity to hear so powerful speaker as Evan golist Hunt has packed the house nightly with students and towns people Rev AT Denude of ForsythoMo has Ion a visitor from the middle of last week over Sunday The South era Presbyterian Church of that place will soon establish an indus trial education plant making horti culture leading feature as it is near the famous Ozark fruit region As conditions are somewhat similar to those of Eastern Kentucky Mr Beattie is making a of several schools going from here to London Ky and thence to Asheville N C SUCH A SURPRISE I New York Press when fault work little vance will tour CHANGE OF DATE As tho number announced as next in the Lyceum Course viz Louis Spencer Daniel February 3rd would interfere with the Revival Meetings the Bureau has kindly arranged for a change which will greatly accommodate our people Instead of Mr Daniel we are to have Williamson the gifted Reader of his own productions on Saturday Feb llth He is a second James Whit comb Riloy and will greatly delight both young andold If you have a house to rent or a farm to sell try a want ad in TUB CITIZEN 0 J Hanson can always save you money i Broke Into- Welchs Store and tit ono stroke cut the prices beyoud all reason We have opened THE STAGwhoro we have erer jibing la our new store and BOYS WEAR JWhile moving and going through the stock we find about ONE HUNDRED SUITS ODDS AND ENDS 0 NO TWO ALIKE WORTH FROM J 500 to J200 And we need the room they Dimes can own one occupy and any one who has Twenty Now dont wait for they are going fast You will admit that this In the nerviest sale ever opened in this county We can convince you that we can furnish you with alt your want as cheap as any other dealer In Berea owns the goods himself In any line SEWlhflJ LOOM END SALE I b Begins Friday January 27thtPerhaps some of our customers maynot understand t this expression At the Mills there arc always remnants left over from the original run whichIaverage from one to two yards in length identical in quality with the goods sold in bolts Il THESE GOODS WILL ALL BE SOLD BY THE POUND 1 At unheardof prices Here is your chance to literally get three dresses for the price of one The beauty of these artistic designs in Dimities Silk Mulls Pongees and Crepes t t Ara sure to make them move quickly Do not misunderstand us These dainty Dress Goods are remnant of weaves you pay 20 and 30 cents per yard for C J HANSON CO The Shop for ladle rBtrt Ky I1 4 A 00 dti ++ Do You Intend Building this Year If so it is well to begin now to planrand figure But in figuring t tl DONT CONSIDER THE PRICE ONLY- as there is a groat difference in the quality of different grades of materials We will place In a heavy stock of lumber for the Spring busineM and will be glad to quote you prices Wo will not be undersold Now Is a good time to let us figure on your plans and specifi cations no that the work will not bo delayed when the Spring opens up Prompt attention given to custom work J BURDETTE SONS t Contractors and Builders Planing and Saw Mill Berea Kentucky 1 + ir 90 M110hat If you want a good second hand square Piano 4R- AlV Organ You can get a bargain in them at the furninure store iu Berea Ky R H Chrisman Opposite Welch Phone 26 CoalAt 2c to13c Delivered for 134crto 14c Phone 85 Chas L Hanson I HAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OFTHE GLOBE JfovB In a Condensed Form Col lected For the Benefit ot Our Benders CONGRESS AND WAR IN THE EAST What the Government Officials Are Doing Interesting Foreign Notes Progress of Russian Strike and Other Matters- CONGRESSIONAL NEWS bill tins been Introduced In the vMf providing that In labor dispute nr injunction shall not bo Issued until ij rf unity shall leave been afforded 0 adverse parly to the proceedings IT beard In courts mlor Fontker Introduced an n fment to the poet office nppro tiun bill Incrranfag from 100000 00000 Mn appropriation for the union of the pneumatic tube ucautre L Cow ifs the Mierctur of iollal 1ru rrIragtr Submit f the IIMJ iinimlttee on post a and n f rimdn an argument In liif of tit ill fW pettdtHK before tr commit fur the consolidation hir and finh rlam mall iuatiir Ilv hood piimxl the agricultural n rlitlOH till without DiairtlHl iidrnent Tfu usual dlMMHsUm of provision Ir five seed dlstrlbu sea IRlb1vod In a bill anthoriing the conn run Ion r bridge name Hod river at threw 9tart Uw WM paned by Ute senate a Mil restoring to the public do main tends at the head of the MiMie sift Keofttor Martin introduced nn nlmwt to the rAte niafelnu bill tiding for an Increase of time Inter c commerce oommleeton to nine m bers awl requiring that one meta r bn appointed from each of tits Ju rial circuits rho naval appropriation bill WM re rtrd by Chairman Foes of the hats uroittee OH naval affaire The bill jrnia an HMMwjHlatloH of Ute-i 7 while the eeUmatea aggregated 99MS- nator Procters resetatiea niklng nrrrelary at war why the Irs i at tiwd by the Amerln t troops In the Philippines was IMII purclHwed IB N United States WM reed by ttu r raia In the hows a resolution wax greed M vilhortilng the Impart men of com r n and labor to Inveittgftle iron steel laUurfy or the Unite tae MISCELLANEOUS M Warsaw n Kionp of 1IlirH rsn- n IlrtUsli Vii Tonnul Mnoukaln i sec Huksara rulud at him w Mi their sv urtjH Inflltinn Mvin Mite ainmn faro and Inw T Up Warsaw In n otn of 0nipui anarchy Many av bftll Idllr4 or woundMi in rlra byrniin and the rcoKIoHs of 8waH nckling Husaaii A arrlowi nmtlnjr has orrurro tinK the Itan troopi at Mnkdon a rronlt of ihi livntioni thy have to imdeiR- At a confeu nc nf rppr enfatlviH f iut or oritiH rtu11 of the United Kicriom hating u total roemli rHhlp f oooO r iuliition of ajmpathy ib the St lYrtlmrK strikers wre boardF tinier M S Dollar rMiito for VladivoHtok with a cargo f iTovltkm and forage was Mi ed non Japeigc in the Pacific Ocean of Hokkaido Island 1 Mcararo from chnimJamuttiH says ii Runiifans lost 45 offloere and 1000 n killed or wcmndcd at tile oapture r itto village of Sandenae The Rue ma took 10S Japanese prisoners be t4 t anus wagon and ammunition Tur Riiaalans are massing 08000 ni18 r n the Japaneee left and tom KiHioir the left flank and center irall foraes of Ruseians are attack icr ail along the line 0 epolal grand Jury found Indict t ain against James Hargls county roigo of Uroothltt county Alox lint Brp former state senator Klbort liar KS of Jackson brother of tho other two lid Callahan sheriff of Dronthltt runty and Jesse Spicor n former deputy sheriff under Callahan all charged with cqnsplrlng to bring abaft tho death of James Cockrlll city marshal of Jackson Ky A resolution to odlclnlly recognize carnation tiny January 29 In honor of President McKlnloya birthday was passed by tho American Carnation so rtoty at tho closing session of tho 14th annual convention A representative audience of St lA uIslanH assembled at the Mercantile ohb witnessed the ceremonies of the presentation of the bronze bust of Em poror William H which was on exhi bRian during tho Worlds fair to the ally of St Louis- A Rift of curios valued at 500000 has been offered to tho Smithsonian institution by Charles L Freer of Do troll Fighting has commenced In tho streets In Santo Domingo Tho Unit ed States converted cruiser Dixie with marines has boon ordered to tho island Tho report of tho commissioner of patents for the calendar year 1904 shows rccolpts of 1657327 oxpcndl tares l47CtOOO and balance In trcas offlcoJanuarycldc receipts of past years Tho Retail Grocers National con volition oleatod tho following officers President John A droon Cleveland 0 vlco president Loranz F Iudborg HI Louts secretary Frod Mason St Paul Minn treasurer H W Schwab Milwaukee WIs Falluro of tho National Rotall Oro cors association before adjournmont to InJorKO the national pure food bill now up in tho sonata Is attributed to tho work of a strong Idbby In addition to the 10000 n week which the minors federation of Great Britain has promised tho striking German coal minors tho Motal Workers League of Stuttgart has contributed 18000 to the strlko fund Anextll08l0n of 300 pounds of dyna mlto at the Shoonborgor plant of the American Steel and Wlro Co PIUs burg brought painful Injuries to 40 persons temporarily disabled 15 reel dances and broke at taunt 2500 win dows Noorin Hanoon mother of Cheklb Boy minister of Turkey In this country la deed nt the Turkish legation In WashingtonTho beak of Neder land Tex was ordered cloted by the controller and Christopher U Wit hams receiver of the Citizens Na Uonal latish of this city has hue plaoeil In charge The armored cruiser Maryland at tained on her official trial trip an average speed of 11105 knots an lour thereby exceeding her contract requirement of 21 knots Four railway employee were killed In a collision on the Nashville Chat tanooga it Louis railroad near Tiil inlHJiaa Ckiv Darts of the canal lORe reports that a determined effort Is be lug rondo to stamp out the yellow fever In Panama An Increased force of men la now engaged In mosquito ex termination work Capt JIL V Trigg aged U ana live of Indianapolis died suddenly at Duluth Ulan from liver complaint The sale of water colors and oil pointings of the art collection formed by Thomas H Waggaman of Wash ington nt MendetoMhn hall Net York realised J11318 Former Coy James Ht Peabody de sited a report that he Intended to with draw his oonteet for the governorship or that he had been approached with ay proitoeltton for a compromise In the Nebraska state senate a bill was Introduced to abolish capital pun iMhtneHt The bill la simple substl luting life aeateaeo for the oiHtoital death penalty which the Jury my tee proraudAt Fred Walters gambler entered a aatooa and killed three men wounded another and oommltted cut cide He had formerly been employed there sad was discharged D M Parry president of the Na tional Manufacturers association soya the manufacturers will oppose the bill lntrodi d Ioy Represeniatlvo Jenkins to regulate the use of injunction suits In labor I rouble A LahiKh Valley locomotive of tile compound type drawing a freight train exploded at Cbalwlek N Y Throe i n ineni were killed and a fireman seriously Injured Practically the entire Tennessee leg islature will go to Washington March 4 In a special car to participate In the Inaugural parade Advises from throughout the Florida orange belt show that of 600000 boxes c f oranges and grape fruit re reining on till trees about 76 percent MM Bern frozen and made un xaleabtt News of the death of Gin Christian T Christensen of HraoMytvat Lopen hall Denmark was received Use Chrietensen served throughout the civil war itartlclpallng In the first ANti lASt battles The Montana senate liaised tM house resolution mwHortalUIng con green to submit to the people a con stitutional amendment providing for the election of United States senators by direct vote of the people aden and Attala AW expert raced an earthquake shock during the night Many cltuiens were awakened In some Instances glassware was thrown from tables In a fire In Wastoheetor avenue New York two small children were burned to depth and ono was seri ously Injured All three were the chil dren of Louis Saxon who lived on the third floor A small group of noblos of Institute of Moscow has prepared a petition ask- Ing Emperor Nicholas to convoke n national assembly Stricken with an attack of apoplexy John Doclmus Huleat C6 assistant manager of the Now York Dlblo hoimo foil from tho opened window of his sleeping room on tho fourth floor of his residence In Brooklyn and striking the stone flagging of tho areaway bolow was Instantly killed Joseph flints a noted chemist is dead at his homo In Brooklyn from tho effects of an explosion of chem icals In his laboratory Severe cold Is prevalent In Italy Mount Vesuvius Is covered with snow and oven at Palermo Sicily snow fell abundantly for tho first time In 20 yearsAt Battle Crook Mich Harry A Knickerbocker a painter 1 shot and Instantly killed his wifo In their homo and then killed himself They had domestic troubles It Is said Peter Schoffke 65 was found frozen to death in u hut near tho Cottonwood river several piles south of New UlmI Minn Tho Illness of Cardinal Satolll hasI taken n serious turn and It is feared pneumonia will cnsuo Capt R F Canterbury 82 a civil war veteran and transMissouri pioneer died in Kansas City Capt Can terbury was born in Kentucky Tho general assembly of North Carolina adopted a Joint resolution asking tho representatives of the state In congress to vote for tho passage of the HepbunvDolllvor bill prohibiting interstate shipping of whisky Into prohibi tion territory Fire destroyed part of time business portion of Gllleflplo III Loss 7i000 Plans have boon mado at the navy department for placing the armored cruiser Wost Virginia and tho pro acted cruiser Galveston In commis sion about February 15 W IL Hunt who was connected with tho PanAmerican bank of Chicago which closed Its doors several days ago has boon arrested In Now York charged with embezzlement Fours that Yaqui Indians had harm ed William C Potter a relative oi Secretary of the Navy Morton have been allayed A telegram announcing Mr Potters solely has boen received by Mrs John K McKonzIo whose hus band was slain by tho savages William Wise 52 an engineer on the Pennsylvania is dead from expos are during tho storm Hdwatil Lapp of Berwlnd Pa his fireman Is snise Ing and is bellowed to have been froz en to death Mrs J a Spelcher wife of Acting Overseer Spelcher of Zion City Is dead an the result of consumption Herr Is the second death which has followed a recent Inroad of sickness among John Alexander Dowles chiefs anti followers Menlfee county Kentucky Is the moat unique In the tate In many re lecti Not one Negro resides within its boundaries nor Is there a M loon anywhere In the county An Immense almost startling In crease In Immigration Is shown by the Ogores for the month of December which lutes been complied by Commis sioner of Immigration Sargent The Increase In the number of Immigrants from both Russia and AustriaHun gary is particularly noteworthy United States revenue agents broke Into the home of KdwanI Anderson In St Louts and arrested Anderson hie ton Thomas Georgo Hughes John Frank and Iaura Thomas on a charge of making oleomargarine without pay lag the government tax Many meetings were hold In tho principal towns of Italy to protest against the alleged Russian cruoltleo Gov Folk will send to the Missouri legislature a message asking for the enactment of a law to make the carry ing of firearms a felony While her husband was In bed help lees time a horses kick which broke1 his leg and Injured him internally Mrs Fred Bueaklng of Burkeavlllo III hanged herself In the kitchen ol her home Assistant Secretary of the Treasury and Mrs Armstrong left Washington for Palm Beach Pku where they will spend a few weeks Sympathisers with the Ruaelan iW oluilonary movement thronged the Academy of Music New York and ap plauded addresses delivered by promo sent speakers Fifteen hundred people at Boston applauded eentlnftuta denouncing the RusulM aristocracy anti promising fi asocial aid to the revolution The boiler of a freight engine on the Dig Four railroad exploded ten miles west of Bloomington The fireman was killed and a brakeman badly InjuredThe fumes from a hard coal store caused the deaths of Mrs Louise Mul len 00 and liar grandchildren Nora and ClareMOoJones aged respectively 1C and 11 all being Negroes at St Loula Fire In the wholesale district of Omaha Neb did damage to tilt amount of more than half a million dollars Tho Southern hotel at Champaign 111 wns destroyed by flroh The loss la 15800 covered by Insurance Mr Alice Webb Duke wife ofDro tIle U Duke was arretod at an oftUev In Broad street New York on requt sltlon papery ieeued by the Taxns au ihoritlee fur malting alleged false statements A colored mean during a lire in a dwelling In Norfolk Va saved his clothing and suffered two ooloretl womon in the next apartment to burn to death lie sold he him to work too hard to buy his clothes to loss them saving woman Ton deaths In tho steerage of the Rod Star line steamer Vndorland were reported when sho arrived at New York from Antwerp and Dover At Ormond Fla Arthur M Mac Donald driving n 90horso powor Am erican nutomobllo reeled off tho five miles In lightning 1lke speed cover ing tho distance In 3 minutes and 17 seconds flat Tho worlds record for time distance was hold by W K Van derbllt who last year covered five miles In 33115 Col Carl P Stern an associate with the socalled prophet Elijah III of Zion City died suddenly on board tho steamship Miamla near Miami Fla Cliff Torrence deputy United States marshal and William Curry a special city officer discovered a counterfeit ers cave near the Country club house halt a milo north of the city limits ol Waco Tex Tho Montana house passed the se- ato Joint memorial asking congress to enact legislation giving the interstate commerce commission power to ad Just railroad rates and to onforco 1U rulingsThe marriage of Miss Helen Fran cos Warren the daughter of Senator Francis F Warren of Wyoming to Capt John Joseph Penning general staff U S A took place at Epiphany Episcopal church Washington Advlces received by tbo steamer Es pana are to time effect that a revolu lion Is brewing at Puerto Cortex and other parts of Spanish Honduras jXEbwiNSAIRSHIPI Ohio Man Made Successful Flight in it nt Los Angeles Cal The Craft Was Turned In All Direc lions Describing Complete Circles Within Small Radius and Re crossing Certain Points Los Angeles Cal Jan 30Roy Knabcnshue of Toledo 0 the aero naut made a successful flight In Capt Baldwins airship The California Arrow at Chutes park Knabenehuo was In flight about 45 minutes during which time ho circled within a radius of about ono mllo of tho park execut ing all sorts of maneuvers with tho big aerial craft returning finally and lauding within tho enclosure of tho baseball grounds from which he had storied The weather was perfect for the experiment with just the faintest suspicion of a southwest breeze blowing Immense throngs gathered at the ball park the chutes and tho beets for blocks distant to watch tho flight At 125 the airship rose gracefully from its anchorage at the ball perk and soared away to the north east for half a mllo gradually rising as It gathered speed When about 700 feet high Knnbon hue began his maneuvers turning tho craft in every direction describing complete circles wltuln a small radius crossing and recroaslng the park above the beads of the thousands ot spectators Call Baldwin had fitted the Arrow with a new and more powerful motor end this Important work of the mechanism worked to perfection The new motor gave great Impetus to the propeller and thin apparently made the big irregular shaped balloon much easier to handle It responded readily to every turn of the steering gear and was driven In ovary direction at sharp angles an the aeronaut desired At no time did the ship rise to a height of more titan 1500 feet and tho manipulation of tho mechanism of tho airship by the operator was plainly visible to the spectators below A MORMONS PREDICTION He Says Congress Can Not Stop the Practice of Polygamy Salt Lake City Jan IOJ Golden Kimball general secretary of the first council of 70 and a very prominent Mormon In a speech at the Oalcho stake conference at Logan Is reported to hue strongly defended polygamy and predicted that congress would bo unable to stop the practice In a spa cial dispatch to the Tribune from Lo gee Kimball Is quoted as saying These good women In the east want congress to stop this thing po lygamy I would like to see congress try u They will have something on their hands if they do They want to put this down and legalize race cut side They cant do It The moro they try it the more It will grow We do not believe In raM suicide When we are persecuted we will live It the more Congress and the country knows all we have done and can not gad out anything more IN A STEAM BATH ROOM Two Young Men Were Scalded To Death In New York New York Jan 3O511I1t In tho team room of a Russian bath house In Hester street two young men wero staked to death befnre their plight ORa nMllMd by the attendants Evi dence that both had nindo frensled ef fnrfi lo attract attention WM afforded by oats and brutes on both the bodies sad by blood stained scratches In time plaster of the walls against which they hid roped In their efforts to find an- OdtIM The victims were Abraham lAlitern and Peter Roes both tailors living In Norfolk street Abraham Stern the proprietor of the bath ftotwe and five of the attendants vero arrested and held pending an invest gallon ALONE ROBBER o He Held at Bay 50 Men on a Chicago Street Car Chicago Jan 30 Operating alono a robber held 60 men at bay on a Chi cago avenue street tar whllo ho held and robbed P II Dlckin a farmer from Dickinson N D floating oft several passengers who attempted to rescue Dlckin from the clutches of time bandit tho robber forced his vie tim to the car railing and after steal Ing his valuables fought his way off tho car beating mon and womon who obstructed him and escaped after an exciting chase Crusade Will Be Continued St Louts Jan 30Chlef of Police Klely returned from a conference with Gov Folk and declared the crusade recently commenced In St Louis against wino rooms gambling houses rind general suppression of vlco will be continued Cheered the Red Flag Kansas City Mo Jan 30Two hundred mea and women members cf socialistic societies rose to tholr feet and cho trod i led flag at a mass moot ing held hero Tho object of the most Ing was to raise money for Russian workmen Can Not Attend the Inaugural Atlanta Ga Jan 3QNegro troops from Georgia will not bo allowed to attend the Inauguration of Prosldont Roosevelt March 4eCoy TorreH will not grant permission to tbo colored troops to leave the state rSTATE ITEMS OF INTEREST r KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE Fight Over the New Site For the Cap tol Assumes a New Phase Frankfort Ky Jan 6The fight ovor time new sUn for a statehouso as Burned a now phase In the senate whom Senator Cnmmaok cited the act of the legislature of 1800 creating the board of commissioners of the state feebleminded Institute and vesting the title to the institute land and property Ho said that this net bar groundsforhaving been dedicated and now used for ono public purpose It cnn not be taken without process of law for an other public purpose second that before It could bo used as a stole house site the act of 1860 and subso quont nets relating to the Institute must be repealed and this special lies aba bad no power to repeal any note Senator Campbell took the same view but Senator Carroll argued that un der the governors call for the extra session the legislature had power to make all necessary provisions to se cure a site therefore If necessary to secure an available site to abolish the feebleminded Institute this extra see Hlon had the power to take such a step Frankfort Ky Jan nThe Hunt site or a deadlock between the house and senate teems to be the result of the work in the legislature The nmlnKthea substitute naming the feeblemind ed but could not pass the bill after the substitute was adopted The Hunt site bill was passed by a vote SpeakerDrownal appropriation but simply directed what should be done with part of an appropriation already made It did not need 51 votes to pass It In tho son ate the feebleminded site bill receiv butNeutdeclaredreceive a constitutional majority Frankfort Ky Jan 28Harmony seems to be slowly emerging from tho chaos on the capital site muddle and time fabled whitewinged dove of peace may bo able to do the hovering act thohOIlecease following the republican lead and when tho house Journal was being grantedpermission votedforCochranFraziered In this way as voting aye Alvor IOn had declined to vote and Prldo addedtheonoughtoconstruotlonlsts who claimed that 45 votes did not legally pass It In ro lponle to a request from the senate thfollo1ngtee to try to agree on a bill that will SpeakerBrown STRANGE DAMAGE SUIT Kentucky Man Wants 10000 of a Pat ent Medicine Man Greenup Ky Jan 28A novel damage suit has Just boon led In the Greenup county circuit court Col candldatotorStates storekeeper and gauger asks 10000 damages against Dr W M Fonner a manufacturer of patent mod lolnos at Frodonla N Y Col Wood Itearlngfromand that he cams very near losing his life Tho suit is attracting much at tention and results will bo watched with Intoreet Good Price For Fillies Lexington Ky Jan 21W B E Lockwood of Norwich Ct bought of John R Madden two fillies by Topgallant and Imp Sandringham respectively for 10000 The Topgallant fllly Is out of Black Whirlwind and tho other out of Brenen dam of Coun cillor Attempted To Cash a Check Lexington Ky Jan 27Through a tip received at police headquarters from Nlcholasvlllo J J Flannigan alias Williams of this city was arrested while in the act of attempting to cash a check at the Phoenix Na tional bank for 585 Judge James Garnett Dead Columbia Ky Jan 27Jullgo James Garnett 70 one of the best sectionheart trouble at his homo In this place Prominent Mason Dead Covington Ky Jan 28E C Still well 69 prominent Mason and mom ber of Uobert Burns lodge died at the residence of his son In law Ceo Dig bore an L N conductor In LouIs- ville Kr Houseitopklllsvlllo post house for white smallpox patients near the city was robbed of clothing and various articles A tramp named Collier who came here from Evans vllle Ind and applied for admission at the hospital Is missing Fifth Death In Family Covington Ky Jan 28Mrs Mary Kemphaus 68 died at her late resi dence Her death Is the fifth one In the family In the past five yearstwo daughters one son and her husband preceding her to the grave THE HARGIS CASE Question As To Whether the Trial Will Be In Breathitt or Lexington Lexington Ky Jan 28 BxChicC Justice J H llBielrlgg and Judge Louis McQttown of Frankfort and Judge J Smith Hayes of Winchester are In Lexington as representatives of the Hargls brothers and Edward Cat Inlian of Brcatliltt county In tho hope of reaching some agreement as to a method of peaceably dotermlnlnff whether a Breathltt county magistrate or tho Fayette circuit court line prior Jurisdiction to try time men Indicted here on the charge of murdering Jas adjournIwealth attorney present The special bailiff sent to Jackson to arrest Judge Hargis Senator Hargls Sheriff Calla han and Elbert Hargis was resisted by Deputy Sheriff Sam Jett who rope resented that warrants charging tho men named and Jesse Spicor who Is supposed to be in Mexico with Cock rills murder had been sworn out before Magistrate J W Edwards flee ords were produced an entry In which represented that two of these war rants had been Issued December 3 last Sunday and that James and El bert Hargls had that day boen admit ted to ball in the sum of 2000 each LOUISVILLE FIRE Warehouse and Contents Burned and Grain Elevator Damaged Louisville Ky Jan 27Flro de strayed a warehouse and contents and damaged the grain elevator of Calla han Sons mlllors and dealers In feed and grain The loss on tho stock in time warehouse amounted to 60000 while the loss on tho building Itself and the damage to tho grain elevator swelled the total to 100000 partial Ily covered by Insurance STRANGE INJUNCTION A Suit To Restrain a Pastor From At tending Prayer Meeting Owehsboro Ky Jan 2GAn In junction was sued out against Rev E Smith pastor of tho Lexington Ky Baptist church to enjoin him from attending prayer meeting at the church In this city he was formerly pastor of The members allege ho- will create a schism Smith was an alternate from the state at largo to the Chicago republican convention May Have Frozen To Death Owensboro Ky Jan 2GWlth tha mercury registering bolow tho zero mark E M Ball a prominent bust ness man who had boon ill several months got out of bed and wandered away No trace of him has been found and he may havo been frozen to death Captures Prizes At Poultry Show Paducah Ky Jan 27 Joseph L Friedman of tho Pines stock farm re colvod a telegram from n E Jones who has charge of an exhibit from tho Pines form In the National Chicken exhltlt in Chicago saying that tho Pines farm has captured several of the prl68 Expired In Railway Depot Mayfield Ky Jan 27Mrs Nan nle Greon wife of J J Green formerly of this place but now of Memphis arrived for the purpose of being con voyed to tho home of tier father in tho county Before she could bo ro moved from tho depot however she oxplrod For a Double Murder Williamsburg Ky Jan 28The grand jury has returned an Indictment against Matt Earles for tho murder of George Curd and Emma Durham last November Curd was shot from the cabin In which the Durham woman lived and tho cabin was sot on fire Her charred body was found in tho ashes Most of Gallatins Crop Pledged Warsaw Ky Jan 28Tho Burley Tobacco Growers association of Gal Intln county has secured tho signa tures of the growers of about 95 por cont of the crop in this county for the pool About two million pounds of tobacco was raised In this county in 1904 Louisville Girls Suit Des Moines la Jan 28 Cynthia Ferguson of Louisville Ky has commenced suit in the federal court here against W II Kennedy of Elliot la for 25000 for alleged breach ot promise Johnson Sentenced To Penitentiary Williamsburg Ky Jan 20 Wilbur Johnson was sentenced to one year in tho penitentiary for malicious shoot Ing The trial of John Broaden for killing Jesse PIcknoy at Jclllco two years ago was begun Will Act on Board of Control Lexington Ky Jan 28 Thomas C McDowell proprietor of Ashland stud a wellknown racing man of this city has consented to act on tho board of control of tho American Jockey club tho newly organized turf body of tho west Death of Robert Holloway Versailles Ky Jan 28Robert Holloway aged 65 years one of the bestknown citizens of the southern end of this county died of heart dis ease at home of tits soqln law Alex S Mattlngly near Elm Corner 1 I 1 I I I H H 1 11 1 I I I I 11 I East End Drug Co DEALERS IN PURE DRUOS AND MEDICINES See our 6c and 100 counter A WONDER OF GLASS WORK tCome and look at the nicest QUEENS WARE over in Berea We also carry a nice line of FRESH GROCERIES and STAPLE ARTICLES at the lowest prices GALL AND SEE US I PRESCRIPTIONS A SPKCULTT H C WOOLF Propt ItI I 1HF FOR SALE One good house and lot in the east end of Berea located on Prospect Street The house has five plastered rooms and two sealed rooms A large garden spot anti extra good Can be bought right Also a small house and lot in Val laceton Ky with a good garden five miles west of Berea Ky Two churches and a schoolhouse in sight For further particulars call on E B WALLACE Phone 03 Berea Ky S McQuire is at all times thoroughly prepared to don with eye troubles Your eyes examined by the very best and latest optical instruments His work gives satisfaction for prices on all his work are right Lenses refitted within a few days after taking the order If you have any defect of vision it will pay you to look over his stock and receive cotrect treatme- ntOPTICIAN Berea Ky L For Sale About ten or twelve build ing lots on the Louisville and Nashville railroad one half mile from Berea near Berea brick and tiling fac tory in a fine locality and good neighborhood Can be- bought right For further particulars call on L B MOORE Berea Ky THE OLD RELIABLE R B DOES BARBER SHOP Is now located in newly furnished rooms over Gabbard aC Hills Store New Furuituro outfit and every con venience for firstclass Hair cutting Shampoo or Shave r They say money does not make people happy I Try a box of I IICANDIES I JOES I Richmond Ky Sole Agent f Mail orders promptly filled i I i i WHAT THINK YE OF CHRISTI Continued from pagan and hear him says Thpu art the Sot of God thou art the King of Israel Wo might talk with Paul tonight and say Paul what think yo ol Christ and Paul replies For me to live is Christ for me to die is gnlnur do count all things hut refuse that I may win Christ I live and yet not I but Christ who liveth in mo for the life that I now live I live by tho faith of the son ol Godur am not ashamed of thl gospel of Jesus Christ for it is th power of God unto salvation to ever one that believeth Wo might call other witnesses The blind man wouldsay But one thing I know once I was blind but now I ems see From angels lips we might hear these words in witness of a Savior Wo bring you glad things of great joy for unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior which is Christ the Lord We might hoar even tho Father rending tho Heavens and breaking the silence of centuries to exclaim This is my beloved Son in whom I am well pleased hear ye him But above nil and- over all tho evidence that is most convincing in my mind comes from the scene at the tomb of Lazarus Ho had been dead four days and buried his hotly in decay when the loved sister said to Christ Master if thou hadst been here our brother had not died and Jesus replied he shall live again Martha said unto him I know that ho shall rise again in the resurrection at the last day Jesus said unto her I am the resur rection and the life he that believeth in me though ho were dead yet shall ho live and whosoever liveth and believeth in mo shall never die bolievest thou this 1 Martha replied uYcs Lord I beliovo that thou art the Christ the Son of God who should come into tho world Now unless Jesus Christ was tho God man ho willingly and willfully de ceived at the very tomb Mary and Martha mourning a brother dead I cannot believe that any man that would do this is worthy to be culled a yowl man When did n deceiver of women ever deserve the title of a yood man Once morn I presume mote dying heads have been pillowed upon the fourteenth chapter of John than upon anyother words in the Bible Lot not your heart IMJ troubled ye ho lieve in God believe also in Me In my Fathers house are many man sions if it were not so I would have told you I go to prepare a place for you And if I go and prepare a place for you I will come again and receive you unto Myself that whore I am there ye may bo also Now unless Jesus Christ was God ho did not go to prepare a place for godlike people If he did not go he can not come again to receive us Thoro is then no place prepared and He by making this statement has malicious ly deceived millions upon millions of earths fairest bravest ones You drive me out to a point too narrow for mo to stand upon It is far easier for me to believe that Jesus is tho Christ very God of very God I wont I wont I wontIIl believe that ho deceived mysister and my father who died trusting in Him I am driven to the conclusion that Ho was what ho said He was tho Son of God and God Himself But why go further for evidence r I look into the faces of hundreds here tonight who are eager to testify For his spirit witnesseth with our spirit that we are sons of God and if sons then heirs and joint heirs with Jesus Christ to an inheritance incorruptible un defiled eternal in the heavens that fadeth not away What say you What shall your verdict IMJ Was ho the Son of Godor was he a blasphemer a projurer a wilful deceiver of innocent women and chil dren There is no middle ground upon which to stand As I said in the beginning so I say in tho closing unless he was a God mau he was not a good man In the hearts of men the case of the Christ is won and always won He is the Son of God My Savior Yours And every ones who will receive Him C J Hanson Co can always save you money PRODUCECHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at top notch prices by J S QOTT Depot Street Boron Ky n 1 I Jo I I 1111 I J H I J J 11111111 I I III J 111111 I 110 111111 H 1 +1 Eastern Kentucky News Ho correiponiHce published unleii dined la taU by the writer The same U not for publication but at an evidence of good filth Writ plainly t tttLLLLLL i i ill I I ALLEN COUNVY SCOTTSVILLE Jan 23 Having recently visited Edmonton I find quite an oil Trendy plating sinking n swellon J A Ham iltons farm two nuda halt miles southeast of Edmonton Tho prospects are good for that country being one of time leading oil fields ol the State A rapid development is most likely to follow Said company is now spudding 17 miles north ol Edmonton on East Fork Creek prospects are good for a paying well n largo quantity of gns having been struck already Having visited Monticollo a few days ago I find time oil excitement running high thoro No 40 on Sue Jones farm came in a 250 barrel well but does not create such excitement as an outsider wouldlX ectf as such is common there out of 40 holes there has been but one dry Said farm is valued at 100000 Time Medcalfe Company oil fiield lies on a direct line with Texas and Kansas Oilfields therefore they have great holes for a fine oil HoldThe Alexander College at Burkesvillo is colloges4lnsouthern enrollment of 371 students anda number more are expected We have with us a nice crow of solicitors for the Fidelity Portrait Company twelve in number Crow Foreman R L Isaacs Louisville They con template making their next stop nt Olkwaukn Gu CLAY COUNTY ONEIDA Jan 25Bobort Carnehnm the famous scufllor of this place was rode twice today by ore man Owen Carneham who has just begun harboring here last week is having a good success Robert Daniel is erecting a building on this side of the river for tho purpose of selling Ho is one of tho famous merchants horoMss Minnie M Smith is taking shorthand and typewriting this placelr Sharp made a group of his boarders yesterday evening The weather was 10 degrees below zero hero this morning Tho trustees of tho Onoida Baptist Institute School met last night and elected Broadeous McLondon as Janitor to see after tho sweeping und fire making Prof Burns gave a good lecture today on the Trade Winds The Oneida school organized a debating society lost Thursdaynight MASON COUNTY MAVSVILLE Jan 30L D Henderson con tinues ill at his home on Went Fourth Street Rev Stovall one of the ablest ministers of M E denomination preached an eloquent sermon to time Bethel Sewing Circle Sunday The song service hold at tho Scot IB Chapel Sunday evening was a success in every particular Quito a neat sum of money was raised Miss Julia Young teacher of Germantown school spent Sunday in our city Mrs Bettie Hayes of Fourth Street is indisposed with throat trouble Miss Katie Jones teacher of tho Aberdeen school spent Saturday and Sunday in our cityllev W M Price spout part of the past week at Ashland Miss Janie Smith left Tuesday for Cane Springs whero she will take a course of study at Eck stein Norton University FRANKLIN IND Jan 20Stol1a the little laugh ter of Mr and Mm Sherman Baker has about recovered from tonsilitfa The land about Franklin sells from 75 to 130 per aereWo are glad to leant that Berea is progressing nicely we fiend our lest wishes to did Berea Albert and John Baker who are in business at Indianapolis Ind frequently visited their brother Sherman of this placeDirs Sher man Baker says she expects to visit her parents Mr and Mrs John Johnson at Boron before next sum is overThe price of chickens here are expected to reach 12 J cents before the winter is overWe are glad to have Tim CITIZEN in our homo and think those who are with out TilE CITIZEN in their home ute missing good inspirations MADISON COUNTY BARE KNOB Jan 30 Richard Clift is very low at this writingJ L Jones of Goochlaml made a flying trip to Berea Friday Mr and Mrs James Bratcher visited Mr and Mrs J M Baker Sunday Miss Mary Carter of Blue Lick visited Mrs John Hawkins Saturday John Martin of Evergreen visited friends at Wale laceton Friday and SaturdayCrit McGuire and family his sanin law Abe Phillips and family alloC =s 11111111111111 i IIIAIMlllll Goochland have emigrated to Tus cola Ill to look up locations for residences C J Lake of Ever green visited his father J W Lake a few days tho past weekO J KllIgRtouSum1a ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Jan SOAt this writing wo are having some very cold snowy weather There was preaching at Fairview Church SundayMrs J B Coyle who went to Berea ot spend tho Winter baA returned homeLeo Wren is visiting rela tires in Madison County this week Luther McCollum of Berea has moved to Little Clear CrookJ H Lambert of this place went to Eveleon Lee Co on business Ia t- weekMr and Mrs J It McCol lum visited Mr and Mrs J W eveningMrsAgnew Mrs Nannie Crouchor has moved to the S B Day farm on Little Clour Creek ROCKFORD Jon JOII E Billions of Wildio filled his regular appointment at J S Waddles SundayThero will he preaching at Scaffold Cane Suture tiny and SundayI S Cnllaham wont to Boroa Saturday on business Miss Ella Lakes school nt Walnut Grove is progressing nicelyMr and Mrs I L Martin visited Mr SundayEthel is visiting her aunt Vurgio Martin this week JACKS FOR SALE I have seven good Jacks nil broken apel ready for service Will soil heap or exchange for other stock J W HBBVCON PO Whites Station Stock Farm H miles north of Bores a If you have u house to runt or n farm to soil try a wnut ad In TUB CmTIznN FOR SALE Somo nice clover hay CO tents per hundred delivered when not less than ton is purchased Also 28 tons or nice Timothy baled hay 00 cents pr hundred under similar condition SUBMIT C TUDOR Boron Ky JOlSOlCowBerea For Thin Babies Fat is of great account to a baby that is why babies are fat If your baby is scrawny Scotts Emulsion is what he wants The healthy baby stores as fat what it does not need immediately for bone and muscle Fat babies are happy they do not cry they are rich their fat is laid up for time of need They are happy because they are comfortable The fat sur rounds their little nerves and cushions them When they are scrawny those nerves are hurt at every ungentle touch They delight in Scotts Emul sion It is as sweet as wholesome to them Send for free sample laltbewrapper every Emultlon you buy Scott 4 Bowni Chemists- 40Q411 J sari JfrOTf Jtfitio York 50c and S 100 All Druf11ItaJ fU Carriage Satisfaction Here I Traps bodYtfinish J than HERE No better time tot uy than NOW Prison down to Roek bottom Qualities up to Topnotch We repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky For PainTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like Magic Not by parslytlnc the nerves and clandi like opium morphine conic and other dangerous drugs but br In cralRff tube natural iterations Thta notkm hl obtained as a result of modern discoveries In medicine making It powlble to relieve pain without bad aftcrefreeta You son safely depend upon Dr Miles AntiPain 1MU to relieve and our gush PAlM as Neuralgia Headache Btomath abe Menstrual PalM nheumatUm Batkaehe Too heehe etc They will also by their calminr act Ion on the nerves almost IneUntly re lion suet dlitremlnc feeilac as Di dneju Car8teknus Indigestion Irri ability Sleeptauae Nenroiwnes etc Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely our beeattae by perie vertac In their use you do away with the emuto Dr Jlllen Antirain Pals are gear anteed that tint paekaso wW beoett r year roervejr bock Never aced In bulk DrMileUetnc me Hver afaee the war 1 hays Mil spells of severe tbrobUnc headache aimed by catarrh untU its rwu ago I began taking AntiPain IIBf gyveeone hard atuwk beostvM 1 ak a I and It erwrawMM the dUTkwlty 0A0 8A17NDKH8 OreeiMlHir Ind FREE TaalPaokgaof neaasdytarttpedaMet will dlannove yeur alkleilrU xlNh II wro 1f and llew te CoJUJORATOIU all IN 1 1 J 1 I I I 1 I 1 I I I I I 1 I II I I II I I I I I J I I II I I II c to at We it do more is that first tho now no old new able We we can save you be from our 0 1 I I II I I I J II I I I 11 1 11+ II- u which are not liter Black Medi cine a bowel and for stock It the organs of In a and farmen herds and flocks by them an Jose and In their food raiser may buya balf n of this from his d icr and keep his stock in weeks gener ally keep Stock doci not 25 for a can to tho The Chattanooga Co Chat Tenn 0e Jan SO im Back Dmught Stock and Poultry the beat I ever tried Our tlook WM looking bad when you sent ma the and now they are B ttlaf fine They are looking 19 pu ant better 8 II Buggies- T Phaetons 1 i DurableGraceful giveNo We have the Meat Shop Known as the R D Meat Store on Main Street and will have fresh meat on hand the time Come and aee us for fair treatment Your trade is Len IDurham Main Here Ky OVER STOCKED Shoes and Clothing Will cut to suit your Purse 40 A P SETTLE Slroot Bores Ky IIIII1L- earn 1111 + buy Arbuckle Simmons SPECIAL WINTER SALE believe pays to sacrifice profits and business It this keeps us with seasons goods stock heroeverything bright clean Season and Reasonable know money may a good deM Make Selections Complete Lines o o o o Simmons tRICHMOND KY 1 BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles irregularities Draught is liver remedy digestion perfect condition American keep their healthy giving occasional Stock Poultry Medicine Any 25cent airtight medicine vigorous health Dealers BlackDraught Poultry Medicine tents sample manufacturers Medicine taliOOIfr BOCHUU Utdlolntii medicine so PBnOOKINQTOIf RunaboutsSurries Useful ComfortableStylish bought Masaoj eollcted Bros Street Prices Phone Jr Depot pollc Arbuckle ltd ey y- onalaa Store and lb Ltboo dais- errfwbre unuTb mean- barlr louata nauandpr f WORLD n ratsEsr I SIUNION MADE WIIa1- s1t0I15lNi 7U Pairs lIoI1vJDouglawakeanndarllamoreinensL uf nliiriTi In the world W u1ouglaajaouana SlSOiliowpUced llile l fSXM and poW hoes of IandThe1300 and 8320 rime Unit of tilt tint feather Including Patent XIIroorootW L DoiutUt tioo OUt dce Un cannot be auilla at allY prlcL nhar 1Vf Coyle Hayes Main Street Berea Ky