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P HRHHSHo aQ EA PUBLISHING CO a 1 C HINMAN Manager X Itsrw1A Pot opa at Berea ly III eta etun meter HH1HhHt +HI Iii HI I VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 9 1905 One dollar year 84 IDEAS Doubt fetters doing Pence nnd security dwell with obscurity In there ono who is not peculiarly situated Mantraps are strewn thick in the gardens of pleasure 1DrethrclI the time in shunt Dont on tho way to the grave FROM THE WIDE WORLD Order is said to have been restored ut Bastes Ayres Three hundred people made public confession of faith at the revival nightbyCharles Alexander the American evangelists According to Gen Kuropntkiud reports there has iron a suspension of hostilities nt Samlinpu and Sliakho Doinbowekt the third RiiHsian General was wounded In tho reeent ojtenilious Reports front Tokio tell only of flkinnishcH along Shakhe sad Jinn rivers on Friday and Saturday The Procurator General of Finland was iwanHHlnntod Monday at Helsing itlentUyhMnssoasiii antI the son of time Pro curator General wore lath wounded in n revolver fight which followed the killing Time motive of time crime appears to have Ixon purely political IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Time Journeymen Tailors Union id iu convention nt Bloomington Ill Gits Guerrero it noted athlete was fatally hurt bya cab in New York City Thu Goodrich linor Iowa is stuck in the ice two milt outside of Chicago harbor Three passenger trains on 1he Rook Island railroad were wreaked within twenty four hours Time Nantucket shoals lightship is in hall position in the ice off Mishaim Point Buzzards Bay It ia reported in New York tint J Port ont Morgan and James J Hill havo Hccured control of the Brio railroad A bill was introduced in time Senate to pension Mrs Feather D Damon the last surviving widow of time Revolutionary War meetingdecidemen in the revolution they believe will soon break out Mnj Edwin Fitzgerald assistant fenorullrclRhtRgenl of tho Southern Railway nod manager of the Asho vlllo pine died yesterday nt tho home of Judge Sterling B Toney in DenverThe official directory of time Catho lie church for 1005 gives the Catholic aafWIare in America and 70r9009 in time Philippines The Indiana Senate yesterday posed the anticigarette bill It provided a fine even for Laving cigarettes or tho makings of cigarettes in ones possession The vote in favor of it was overwhelming The Senate at Washington has an extensive programme for the week On Tuesday it will vote on the State hood hill Tho Swayno casenndtho appropriation bills will also receive on Wednesday lath houses will canvass time electoral vote for President and Vice President COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The Court of Appeals upheld the validity of tho act of tho General As sembly at the last regular session creating time Thirtyfirst Judicial dill trict of Kentucky Tho grand jury of tho Boyle Cir cuit Court has returned forty six indictments charging tho Standard Oil Company oil with out license and selling uninspected oilJames McCullough who heen- in business on Main street longer than any other merchant in Louis ville died Sunday Ho was tho first manufacturer of furniture in Louis ville and had in business for sixty one years By a vote of 47 to 20 tho Kentucky House yesterday afternoon refused to concur with tho Senate in tho amend moats made in tho latter body to tho Capitolsite bill providing for tho purchase of an additional lot and making n further appropriation of 20000l not likely that a requisition will ho issued soon for tho return of TaItr and from Indiana as Gov Dcckhaninutl Commonwealths Attorney Franklin differ in opinion as to who should take the initiative and as to whether a now sot of re quisition papers Is necessary i I r lr THE CITIZEN a tl T lihreuph7nnal K Uncle IamTbUt You Are Again Coniarn Tel Ill Bt Glad When South America Gets You Out of the Nursery TWO NEW STATES Oklahoma Composed of Oklaho ma ami Indian Territory anti New Mexico Admitted ARIZONA TER WAS ELIMINATED Sale of Intoxicants lu What It Now Indian Territory fr Prohibited For 21 Years The Measure Wit Patted By the Sen ate But the BIII Originated In the House and Will Now Go To Conference Washington Feb 8SlnateTho Senate patted the Joint statehood bill As patted the bill provides for the ad mission of the states of Oklahoma to be composed of Oklahoma and Indian Territory and New Mexico according to the present boundaries with Art tona eliminated The long session was characterized by exciting Incidents and many surprises IJeglnnlng promptly upon the convening at 12 clook the senate proceeded to con elder the various amendments which bad been suggested by the committee yn territories and which had been patted over Ono of tho first of theso taken up was the amendment prohibit ing the tale of intoxicating liquors In what Is now Indian Territory for the next ten years and this was displaced with a substitute offered by Mr Gal linger which extended tho amend ment to the entire state for a period f 21 years and this was adopted First Surprise of the Day The first surprise of the day came when the committee accepted Mr For ikcra amendment providing for a sep irate vote by each of the territories if Arizona and Now Mexico on the institution to bo adopted by the proposed state of Arizona That provis ion had scarcely been made a part of the bill when Mr Hard presented his intendment which had been originally offered by Mr Patterson and which provided for the admission of New Mexico as a state without tho addi lion of Arizona This amendment proved to be tho point around which ill the subsequent proceedings of Im portance revolved It was at first adopted by the close voto of 42 to 40 This vole was taken while the senate was titling In committee of the whole and was reversed iu the senate prop sr by tho tlo vote of 38 to 38 The Final Vote Subsequently the senate decided by i vote of 38 to 36 to entirely ellml sale New Mexico and Arizona from the bill and this result had hardly been announced when Mr Bard In lIghtly changed form renewed his proposition for tho admission of Now Mexico as a state nnd this time the amendment prevailed by tho voto of 10 to 37 One of tho affirmative votes wits however cast by Mr Devcrldge In cnorge of tho bill for tho purpose t moving the reconsideration of tho rote lIe was prompt In entering this notion as soon aa the result was an nounced that tho motion was laid upon the table by q vote of 39 to 38 Tho affect was to eliminate Arizona from iho bill and to establish a state of Sow Mexico and another of Oklahoma mad Indian Territory Iu this form the bill passed The bill originated in he house and will go to conference House Proceeding House The feature of tho debate n the houso on the freight bill was he speech of Mr McCall Mass whoa opposing the proposed legislation lie declared that it was not to be Jm iglned that the supremo court would itand between the government and Its flctlm following that uitgransa UD with tho statement that the courts jaually reflected the policy of the par y in power Tho views of the speak srs is to legislation needed were nany and varied but with the excep Ion of Mr McCall and Mr Sibley Pa all were agreed that the time lad arrived for the granting of relief STUDENTS ON A STRIKE The Entire Body of Kenyon Military Academy Are Out Oamblor 0 Feb 8Tho entire stu dent body of Kenyon military acad emy numbering ICO men are on a strike The mon declare they will not return to their classes until tnree suspended men aro reinstated Tho suspended men are William Luster of Cleveland Norman n Wallace of 1lttaburg and Douglass Williams of West Virginia Those three the oth or students claim are Innocent of any participation In the riotous scenes of Sunday The men destroyed the bur gle and the drum Everything at the military academy Is at a standstill The men are doing little They marched to the village and a petition was sent to the agents Messrs Wyant and Williams asking that the sus vended men be taken back The stu dents say they will return to their homes a few days unless the three suspended men are taken back and are all reinstated The student body embraces a large number of men from Ohio and nearby states EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Partial Arrangements Made For the Annual National Convention Indianapolis Ind Feb 8Members- of the executive committee of the Na tional Editorial association to the num ber of about met in this city and made partial arrangements for the an nual national convention to be held at Quthrlc Okla June C 7 and 8 and for the extensive trip through the west at the close of the convention Delegates and members of the in tional association with their families will meet In St Louis on June 4 and leave for Guthrie on the evening of the same day In special trains On June 9 tho convention party will go on to San Francisco and then to Por land Oregon to visit the Lewis and Clark exposition The return trip will he through Salt Lake Denver and Kansas City The trip will cover a period of three weeks THE PEACE TALK It Finds Not the Slightest Echo In St Petersburg St Petersburg Feb SThe renew ed peace talk resulting from tho visits of Ambassador Cnsstnl and Minister Takashlra at the state denrtment In Washington and the conferences or Ambassador Durand and Mr Spring nice first secretary of tho British em bassy at St Petersburg with President Roosevelt on Sunday finds not the slightest echo In official and dip lomatic circles at St Petersburg where Emperor Nicholas oftrepeated declaration that the war must be car reed to in satisfactory conclusion remains the keynoto of the situation ARGENTINE INSURRECTION The Government In Full Possession of All the Provinces Buenos Ayres Feb 8Tne govern ment Is In full possession of Cordoba and all the other provinces Vice Pre ident Alcorta and other prisoners held by the Insurgents have been released The Insurgent leaders arc fleeing In all directions and are being closely pursued Constitutional authority has been reestablished at all points in he republic The railways aro again operating their full train services Prices on the bourse are all higher and every trace of public alarm ham disappeared Frnncln I lrupp Francis R Leupp who was recently appointed cummlgHloncr of Imllnn af fairs by IronldiMit Roosevelt las made a Hpetlol study of batters pertaining to the wards of the government mid hUll iMHn visiting Iiullnn WirvatloiiH from time to time for the past eighteen years Mr Lfiipp In nn ail tllor and newspaper correspondent He wits born in Sew York city in 1K4U woe graduated from Williams college In 1870 and from the ColmuMu Law school In 187 II P n Carrier DlilrlhutlnK Mail The volume of business done through the rural tree delivery department of the postal service In very large The number of pieces of mull delivered on rural routes throughout the United States In the past fiscal year nggre gated 00d42i121 Tie number of PiM of mall collected was 1330S3 351 The pay of the carriers for the year roHvliiHi a sum In exeats of Xl2 000000 The plituro shows a rural free delivery carrier distributing mall New Unmix In IVirln lieu The attire of the island of Porto Ri co IIHH Icon the subject of much discus slou since It uwlw the Hug of the United States Sow that a triable Amer ican civil government has boon ustab lUhed and AmiTltHii capital has begun to assist native gcnlim Its prospects grow brighter every tiny One of the most conspicuous results of tho Amer lean occupancy Is the new system of road building Under this system has ardous mountain paths have been trans formed Into tine driveways affording charming glimpses of tho scenery of the Island The picture shows the new Yabucosa road and that between Fey ardo and Nnguabo Porto It lean prod ucts mire rapidly winning popularity In the United State- sItrpreentntirr John J Jenklim Representative John James Jenkins who is a member of the committee barged with prosecuting Judge Charles Bwaync before the bar of the United States senate was 1Ilaborer In tfc pine wOOls of Wisconsin about thirty years agoT UfO was born In AVeymouth Inland In 1843 and In iS his family came to tin United States and settled In Wisconsin His educational opportu nltles were limited uuD11 haw and was admitted to time bar was elected to the Wisconsin legislature served an a county judge and also as United States attorney In Wyoming then a territory Ho Is now serving his fifth term as representative of the Eleventh Wisconsin district in congress He served in the Union army during the civil war Sixteen Departments Eight Pages N NO hind after City Cannot Afford To Lose AVE you deeds mort poliIyou care IIf so we advise you to rent of our safe deposit boxes vaultIyour papers jewelry and etc costs you 4 only two dollars a year Come in and see them THE BEREA BANKING COMPANY- I J MOORE President W H PORTER Cashie- rderororo ololororostoKororokoyoaoroslokoKorororoloKoror o Newo I Storeo N Io o o N o o o IS OPEN i- o 0 WITH A FULL LINE OF GENTS o 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ricks of hay I see the currant bushes fringing fragrant fleldi of wheat Aye all the rustle picture memry brlnfa to me art sweet Een to the hazel bushes that I robbed each glowing tall But Just beyond the culvert was the dear eft spot of all Twfti there the grand old wlllowt that- I lUll dltln Uy see Btoed rifling golden sunshine through their lacy tops tor me There prone beside the singing stream I lay and gazed In awe At all the weird wide wonder world my wandering child eyes saw Between me and a turquolee sky with nlabaittr clouds The opkler fallors spun their strands and furled their filmy shrouds I saw In that enchanted realm of azure green and white The Roklencoatrd orioles that twittered loves delight White fashioning a dwelling pine to rear their unborn brood That soon would spread their yellow beaks and clamor for their food Then RftxtaK past the willow world with youths unbridled eyee I turned each silver cloud Into a palace- In the skIes Each patac held a stately king that none but I could leeThe bite of cloud that broke away were chariots sent for me Soraetlmea a snowwhite fairy clad In shlFrtHK robes of mist Would beckon to me with her wandI never could resist Then off to Fairyland wed float and wondrous sights wed seTill some one came and woke me up to call me In to tea I love that dear old farmhouse and the awards that round It lay I love the apple orchard and the gray brown ricks of hay The currantbordered pathway fringing fragrant Holds of wheat Aye all the rustic pictures memry lyings to me are sweet Een to the stunted hazels that I robbed each glowing fall But just beyond the culvert Is the dearest spot of all There stand the gnarled old willows that I still distinctly see And sift a then the sunshine through their lacy tops for me Strickland W Qlllllan In N Y Sun The Iron BrigadeA OF THE POTOMAC By GEN CHARLES KING AtLrdaerafaasIt Theeoleod- eDarett fertraraeUty- eyrlch by U W tadinabamGe CHAPTER VHItONTlNtEli Five seconds more and the orr6r wan discovered Chilian and his platoSu had taken the wrajig road iorajwhert south of Chantilly and Inslead of rejoining their squadron had stumbled on tho pickets There was more or less roldlor recrimination but quickly n possible the wounded officer was borne In a blanket to a neighboring farmhouse and n trooper galloped to Gnlnruvlllp for a surgeon Ladue spent n sleepless and miserable night was ex onerated by Ills division commander find Stuart when the matter was In vestigated next day but was so utter ly broken up over the affair that per mission was given him to gq back again and remain with Chilton until he could be moved Laduo nearly mad with misery was lopofully awaiting the coming of an Ambulance on the third day when his patient suddenly took a turn for the worse The division surgeon said It would be a serious matter to take hint that long ride back to Warren ton and suggested Ladues going over to the home of Judge Armktead at Hopoweil and arranging to have the lad moved thither This was on the eighth of March and up to noon they had no sign of soldiers coming from the cast- ornorthSo had gone never counting on Chlllons taking the bit in his teeth And when late at night he returned to Thornton weak and weary he was aghast to learn that with only his body servant and a trooper nurse Chilton bad started southward In the wagon that evening by the Sudley road bent pn escaping from the heralded advance of the union blue Despite fatigue and falling strength Ladue followed aught them at the Henry house and tins wIt ln that historic wreck con eulting the owner as to the best roads to follow while the farm wagon with is solitary escort was tolling up the mope from the crossing of the pike When all ou a sudden there came a f loud of bluejacketed yellowtrimmed troopers sweeping across the field from the southeast and Mr Henry bad bare- J time to hide his visitor under tho flooring arthe garret when they were Dismounting by the dozen and jovially swarming all over the premises Another moment too and they had Surrounded the wagon with Its help less load Then Averell himself had ridden up to Investigate and one of his first orders was that the Henry House and grounds werb to be pro tected against all possibility of pillage nud vandalism- So It bad happened that for two days Paul Ladue lay concealed within the Henry house once when the guard was changed hearing voices ho recog nlzed an those of men he well knew in the western home And again the word was passed from the sentries at the front Here comes tho general and while the guard sprang to their stacked arms PaUl LaJue crouching sadly in tho little t garret crept to the westward sloe and peered through a crevice at tho comlni cavalcade All In tho uniform of their rank In frock coats belts and sashes gauntlets and forage caps with regulation boo equipments the general and hU llttlo staff made gallant show as thoIbreasted tho slope There wero five In all with three orderlies escort but In three of the five Ladue saw the faces ot men whom he hal looked up to honored and esteemed while the face of tho fourth was that of the faithful and devoted friend whom he had loved as David loved Jonathan Laduo threw himself upon the floor so sick at heart that It was a relief to sob like a homesick child And so Henry found him when In his stocking feet a little later he climbed tho ladder to the loft with wonderous news Dr Chilton and hit daughter were coming wero oven then on their way from Warrenton Much of the early morning of the following day ho spent with Rosalie by the side of the wounded boy Now that Dr Chilton had gone on In search ot the commanding general hopeful ot permission to take his crippled soldier home tho vital question arose What was to become of PaulT He had no excuse for parole He had not been grievously wounded Ho was there of his own volition undiscovered with in tho hostile lines and though wear Ing his now and natty uniform and in no sense a spy still the lot of southern prisoner In northern stands was a prob lem yet unsolved Then Rosalie Chil ton tho daring quickwitted girl planned the escape so successfully ef fected Little luggage had she brought with her on that hurried journey but soon as it was dusk she doffed the gown and skirt she woreeven the crinoline at period ot our national life regarded as Indispensable to the wardrobe of tine gentlewoman then donned a soft wrapper and ten minutes later Paul Ladue shorn of his new uniform was attiring himself aloft In the traveling dress of a Virginia belle He well nigh ruined the whole plan and crino lineby putting his foot through the flimsy cage as he searched the stairway but from the floor below came ominous Hushshsh In Rosalies tragic tones and she shook him almost savagely while giving some finishing touches to his toilet How dare you be so care less with my best hoopskirt sir Dont you know thats almost the very last one In Virginia Then duly in formed os to the paths In the garden and the exits through the fence wjth her shawl over his head and a prayer on her trembling lips she sent him forth and Jim Ferguson officer of the guard bowed to her representative with killing graceand let him go Half an hour later Paul had shed his skirts at the stone house bad had whlflPQlecllvorcl with Jennings beot thQ l dainljolin and in some old clothes of that worthy and with a note to a farmer friend back of Grove ton was away en route to Ilopeweil By nine he was in saddle with a hone borrowed of the farmer friend by ton he had learned that Judge jVrmlctead vas at Gainesville having reached the Thornton farm too Into and there were they both judge and lieutenant when the little ambulance train came along in the morning Such was the story of Ladues es cape from within the union lines Dut the story that agitated at least three men was that of Rosalie Chilton Why should she have essayed her perilous masquerade Why should she have left her brother and In the dress of a confederate officer before the last of the yankees were clear of the plateau before Stuarts fellows were euro of the Sudlay road why should she have dared that night dash down to the pike Even In his battered condition Fred Benton found himself pondering over the problem for ha had heard her father urging her to explain had heard her implore that father not Jo press the question now CHAPTER IX KSCAIIS POSSIBLE It to by no means a far cry from Manaseas to Charlottesville as one takes the swift flight in the cosey parlor car of today but it was a different thing In 01 bumping bang- Ing behind aoino wheezy old wood burner in ramshackle open platform car yet It was almost heavenly after two days tossing and tumbling over the ruts of the Virginia roadways- It was a soft spring morning that saw the genial doctors little party entrained at the Rappahannock Scores of sympathetic fellows In con federate gray surrounded the car to which Lleut Chilton was borno and Into which Fred Benton his arm In a sling and his head still In bandages was carefully guided For reasons not then made known to his Yankee pa tient the doctor persisted in treating his case as far more serious than conditions seemed to warrant Constantly ho strove to impress upon Benton the necessity of lying still and speak ing as little as possible Rosalie too was forever holding up a tapering finger in warning and pursing her soft rosy lips in very significant hush when he ventured to ask questions or show a disposition to stir Otherwise she had but little to say to him and our wounded Badger boy had enjoyed tho doubtful bliss of watching her hour after hour during the long wall at the Junction hanging about her suffering brother or with softly flush Ing cheek talking in low eager tonb to Paul Ladue whose melancholy eyes fairly brightened It had been settled that he should leave them at Cordon rule and return to the front but at the Rappahannock his own colonel boarded the train and noticing at once how and worn he looked talked with him kindly sympathetically awhile and then went oft to see their division gen oral soon to be BO famous as a corps commander In ten mlnutos they were both there the one tall martial and with his long flowing bard looking more like a hero of Nontlnnd or war riot of Almlnlus than a soldier of the cavalier south Hven then before the wrinkles and crows feet had dug deep about the outer corners of Longstreets eyes queer little lines would play about them and his bearded lips when hu morous fancy struck him and kindly humor seemed never to be far from that genial face until the bitter day that cost him Ploketta grand and do voted division in Hancocks front at GettysburgI to see you in uniform Miss Chllton said he and I have yet to learn by what authority you have discarded tho gray And this I believe Is tho young gentleman you were per taunting whereat ho shook bands very kindly with the shrinking subal tern and thought how very near alike they wero in stature Colonel Moon tells mo you are far too III to resume duty just yet Mr Ladue so I am going to take the responsibility of bidding you go back to Charlottesvllla for a week of MIllS Chlltons caro Ah doctor Im glad to see you And then two very distinguished Virginians were shaking hands but all Fred Denton could see ot It was the backs of subordinate officers clustered about him They wont presently and spoke with young Chilton lying on his mattress along tho tops of tho seats then came straight to the lonely officer the only GAINING 8TUBNGTII one In blue relining toward the rear end of the long vehicle the objeet of much silent curiosity but no Intrusion whatsoever and to the prisoner Long street spoke ae couretooflly as to the prineeea holding bet little court In mid ear bidding him be of good chlerJDr Chilton has told ui air of your protecting him from indignity at Gent evllle and of all the kindness you did him that night resulting In your capture We cannot afford and hert the bluegray eyes twinkled and the kalfbidden lips twitched whimsically to let so good a soldier get right back to business Neither can we send so chivalric a foe to Libbyat least so long as bo ia wounded as you are Therefore Dr Chilton you will see to his having hospital accommodations and now we must have a suitable guard And here the tall general Straightened up studied earnestly tilt circle of soldier faces about him until the twinkling eyes rented on the very sweet and rosy features of the one damsel present Then briefly and In official tone he finished Miss Chil ton I appoint you until further orders custodian of Lieut and AldedrCamp Benton of the federal army Verily as Benton wrote at the time these were the halcyon days ot the war before over It had become tho grim and deadly earnest they were to know so bitterly and so very soon The car was cleared of all save passengers tho train was started before ho could find words with which to thank the courtly southern general and the doctor bend Ing over him was saying You must not discredit my repoht sub by look Ing so much alive as you do at this moment I represented your case sub as one requiring constant attention otherwise you might have bad to go to Richmond And so for a day or two these pleasantries these courtesies of war prevailed Thffh all of Johnstons men remaining north of the Rappahannock came drifting In before a new forward move of tho union force along the rail way Howards strong division of Sumners corps swept out In reconnais sance even as tho bulk of McClellans army was being directed on Alexan dria for the now Inevitable swing to the Peninsula between the York and the James full details of the gathering of every kind of bay and river craft reaching Johnston quite as speedily as they did New York So that skilled soldier withdrew still further to the lino of the Rapidan where he could bt nearer Richmond in case of need Then when Banks should have comt down from the Shenandoah and cov ered Washington up sprang that rest less watchful prayerful Virginia lead er Jackson and so stirred tho situ anon in the valleys that Banks and his men had to hurry back through tho mountain passes and further delays and complications arose before April set in and McClellan could sail for Fortress Monroe and in all the bustle and excitement the rumors flying hither and yon tho marching to and fro of cavalry and fleetfooted Infan try it happened that for full a fort night Dr Chilton and his patients nurse guard and all had settled down to something like peace and physical comfort at cozy homelike old Char lottesville and no man sougnt seriously to hamper or disturb them From Gainesville Dr Chilton had penned a totter to bo sent through the llcos notifying the commanding georal of the union force along Bull Run of Bentons capture after gallant effort to cut his way through In tho course If which he was quite Uir lty theyflb not dangerously wounded that he was In good hands and wouldbo well cared for and this tleWSh great reliefwas promptly transmitted to Freds general and by him telegraphed to tho fat western home On a wellmade stretcher lay the central figure of household and local In terest Lieut Jack Chllton slowly but surely gaining strength and spirits with every day And who wouldnt under similar influoncesTfor two fair young daughters ot tho old common wealth vied with each other In assldu ous effort to entertain the trooper Invalid Lovely wero they both these cousins nl the blood and most carefully had they been chosen for this speed duty by their acknowledged leader duet of the little clan of kinswomen Brilliant beautiful And daring who of their brave order could lay clalr to leadership so long as Rosallo cared to hold lIT They followed and obeyed her eagerly loyally though In yean she was but 18 and five at least of the sacred band were her seniors Ever since tho days of short dresses braids and pinafores she had been dominant among them Tomboy had they called Rosalie at ten for she could ride any horso within wilts or Charlotte lile and preferred walking stilts flying kites or running races to tho customary allurements or girlhood She had one envy ono champion one Idol her brother barely two years her senior and apparently but one sorrow that she could not do every thing that Jack could and not for lack of trying Then as they grew older and other girls brothers began showing hitherto unsuspected fondness for Jacks sv riety and coming to see him at aU hours of the day and other girls them selves began making eyes at Jack hw indifference to the first and her fury at the second were comical to soe And then when the war came on and Virginia sprang to arms and Jack to sd die and his first commission in Jil Stuarts famous First cavalry she WILl all afire with fervor and patriotism cu the one hand and of mad jealousy of Maud Pelham on the other fur on Maud had Jack east favoring eyes And 0 when she brought her brother home to nurse and pet and coddle to her hearts content while nhe was nil soothing sweetness on the side that showed to him she fairly bristled on the other that which all wellfavorei feminine callers Inquirers and friends must needs encounter when they asked to see him She established a regular roster book and told off the lit of the sacred bandher henctiwomen In to four reliefs of two girls eaehone relief only to be on duty each day and no outsiders to be admitted Needless to say Maud Pelham was not of the elect and Jaek speedily showed he wished It were otherwise And so title sweet April morning with a soft languorous air playing about the wooded Bunkleaed heights she had two Hell awfully nice young girls to cheer him while she herpelt tanned dutifully to anotho wounded officer a youth in dark blue silo gold who wv Van for over All hour a alleiit watcher of the merriment about Chlltons cot while he Fred Benton sat lonely and longing to get far away It was not that they were raid constrained or inconsiderate when speaking to him but tho doctor had to be much away now Ltout Jack was al ways surrounded by his fair body guard the one man Beaton loved his boon companion Paul bad gone to re join his regiment and the os woman who could have made Denton stay a world of strange sweet watching do tight Will beginning day after day to show less inclination to approach him at all A fortnight of watching that beautiful dark taco bail done Ita work Fred Denton was mending In body but not In mind for doubly now was ho a prisonerTo He Continued Jin Aerd 1o He Jrnlnaii Senator Dcpow tells of a conversation between two men of his acquaint ance one of whom IB the husbqnd of alt exceptionally handsome woman It nppeara that one evening after dinner the second man remarked to tile proud husband at a moment when the beautys attention was given elsewhere Old man your wife is suoh a beautiful creature that I wonder you are not jealous of her To toll you the truth I am an swered the husband frankly and with fine disregard of tho attempt of his friend to bo facetious For that ran son I never InvIto any ono hero that any sano woman could take a favej toWomnn Home Companion IlentUIMonk and the Pope- I have drawn 200064 teeth said the dentistmonk of Rome recently ha fore his death No charge was made and the priest worked In the open air In the garden of his monastery and used no Inrtru mcnts but his thumb and forefinger Leo XIII was ono of his clients and Pope Plus IX said to him ouce Dear brother I should like very much to have a tooth pulled by you Oh Holy Father But It Is impossible Ohl Why said the monk Because returned the pope qui oily I have none left to pullRome- cor Pall Mall Gazette One Fntul Objection I have considered your proposal said Mrs Banks tho builders widow to the expectant suitor Mr Jerry and I admit that your personal quali fications aro above reproach whilst your business knowledge would I have no doubt be useful In carrying on my lato husbands trade as a going con cern Yes was tho reply Dial there is one fatal objection Our pros ent signboard would have to be al tered and I am afraid It would nut bd to our advantage to change it from finks builder to Jerry brlJor doodday London TltUlU rof y the nS5iolt Violets Bjr GERARD CIUPMAH lolets thou itult be my envoy To the mistress of my heart I entrust to thee this mission Knowing well thy subtle art Whisper to her with thy perfume When MlUdl breathes of thee measttgsA When oer thee her dear hoverk breath I I with thine tt Ask her with thy voice off frarraace If shell be my Valentin Like Mistress Like Maid J By JANE CRAWFORD Mill Wlntfaroft came down to break fast to find Maggie her usually staid dignified maid la a stale of cxeUemoH verging on mosey but Ibeklrig die tractlogly pretty Maggie was racing aroiiwl the dicing room wltk the tea canister U one haM searching for U e teapot wbfcfe eke had tightly clasped in tie other t Margaret what la the matter with youMiss Wlathron always said Margaret when the was dleplesned whisk bf the way WM not often Oh Its St Valentines day mlaa sad I tilt all day yesterday that tometaliM wee soles to bappM replied Maggl who ottm was saluted wish prenwnl tloas maam Jerry U earning hack Ive had a letter this rooming nlw and Its jut like a vatentlM for shyly hi aAGlnI be has been gone tea years written to you before or made nay sign demanded Uiaa Win throp Maggie shook her head Dot be loves me yet rotes cad Ive always loved him and Ive sent him the aaawer already And what was the answer curl ously Why yes to bo sure miss Well Margaret I nm astanlibed at you You should have more pride and not jump into a mans arms like that after the way be has treated you At least you should have waited until hI said he was sorry Make him plead for forgiveness for the suffering that his long absenoo and silence have caused you all these years Miss Wlathrop hail not only an ac quaintance with Maggie and Jerry love affair but her wise counsel cer tainly showed a profound knowledge ol the subject under discussion Neverthe lets her eloquenco failed to move Maggie I know Its foolish and weak I must seem to you maam but Jerry and are meant for each other I never loved anyoxn else and I do bollevo the same of JerryIn years you cant tell what tho man may have done Nor do I care miss with sublime generosity I know wero for each oth er and when Its like that with a man happlIThe quarrel wee all my suit and Ill tell him so as soon as he comes and Maggie with shining eyes and a song In her heart began her work of clear Ing the table It always Is the womans fault dry ly and Miss Wintrop arose straight and tall amused at what the was pleased to term the sentimental vagaries of her maid She went Into the library and sat down at her desk on which the proof sheets of her new novel awaited her at tertlon Three times she read carefully one page only to find mixed up with hot description of an ecclesiastic tho words St Valentines dayNo chance In the world with anyone elseWhen Its Ilk that Sho sternly and determinedly went over the page again but the impish words danced up and down before her eyesMercy I am becoming as foolishly sentimental as Maggie Sho went out for a walk and paused small blushing girls and sturdy redcheeked boys ex changing the messages of good St Val entine The air was permeated with love maturo end Immature The walk ended abruptly and she re turned to the library but Instead Of go tug directly to work she crossed tho room and unlocked an oldfashleneil Oak In its deepest rectors she found faded photographs tied together with A thin parcel of letters These she opened murmuring apologetically I may M tTMI I havens MM them since tujr school ttays They may tarnish ideas for a plot The spirit of that days saint was oar lately hovering near for on top at the pUs of letters was a email yellow envelope owl af which fell a valentine A gaudy flowered paperlaec Mt ef 1Q211ttrot drawled across the nosed boy lib band were tbo wards Per all lime Will yen he nay valentine Thla torlag lartutla was arliglMltr xprused hy OM Joha Drawatar agad leaIt WM good to hear the gMtab rend- etea taochlar that tmbWatf fro the wosss lip hat the laugh trailed M late a algh at the reeollecUo that the Same boyish admirer some years later exacted the faKsllmanl of thu promise eke made that day Thea followed two years of a oalbjbt ful courtship Wore Ute awoWaHac fire of pets oa the girls brain bent late a flarae that shyly slid all her dreams of domaailc joa Already tile echo af tha worlds plaudit was rtaglag la her ears sad love was sacrificed lo literature Through the ten latanranlHg yean the world bad fairly thuaderad IU prala cad appreel r atloa of the distinguished writer but f the laaatlahle pal often trW to lair owl soul la title alit Jolla Ilrewater Indulging his gypsy like nature had waadared from end to sod of the old world Not owe had h8IIrataraed to the home of hla but cow rumors bad ra IMHer of the preparations for his homecoming Maggie had tapped twice on Uie library door before she ventured to peep In and enter then was half way across tile room with a handsome roan close behind her before Mae W1 trop got back tram the pastJohn HaUaP What followed Maggl didnt hear but It was some time later that John Brow star picked ap his youthful efTmton jto his early love from where It had fallen when Min Wlathrop left the desk The man and woman looked at each other theu laughed and this wanderer from over the teas for the second time In his life broke Into verse For auld lang sync Will you be my The alacrity with alenUnerIaccepted this lover ten years would have timental maid to blush TOMMYS VALENTINE Tommy wrote a valentine Wrote It every bit Didnt use an envelope Bald It wouldnt fit Didnt use a Bald It wasnt prettyu Didnt write the ladys name t County state or city JteachTommy put his mittens on And turned carrier dove Tommy new across the way ringGave valentine V Just the ensleil thing Harriet Davenport Castle In Qur Little Ones t The OnePice Cash Store f DRUGSCle- an pure and fresh i Prescriptions a Specialty Toilet Articles We carry a most complete line 1toiletarticles perfumes soaps etc Glassware We have something nice for you in loopiccc dinner sets and 56piccc ten sot HI4 Home LISTER HILL Utter Good to Remember A Polo in an umbrella may ho This is not BO much seen on a darn To ridn pantry of insects stir a couple of pounds of alum into four quarts of boiling water Then take n brush and apply it as hofas pos Bible to the cracks and crevices shelves etc- insects it is said will never attack hooks which art dusted onceps n year with powdered alum and white popper A box filled with limo and placed on tho shell in n pantry and fro fluently renewed will absorb tho lamp anti keep tho air puro and dryWhen tho hair is dry and rough and scorns inclined to split at tho ends nth a little olive oil into the scalp once a week Lemon juice rubbed into tho roots will often have tho effect of careful not to put tho handles into the water as if this is done alter n time tho blades will become loose anti tho handles discolored A good mouth wash is rondo of u little tincture of myrrh mixed with warm water and especially good is it If tho mouth is at all tore or if n tooth has been drawn Before cutting linen or damask bo sure to draw a thread for otherwise no matter how straight it may fold t they should bo washed roughdried without starch and pressed out FOR SALE I have seven good Jacks nil broken stud ready for service Will sell cheapor exchange for other Rtocki IQ J W HERNDOV J Whites Station Stock Farm 3 miles north of Berea 31C Anyone having claims against tho estate of C M Chit deceased should present them to mo on or before the JL1 Keeps what you want every thing nice fresh and To get our prices before you buy we will save you money We dont you for loses we dont have any we sell for I I 111 I IH I I JOHK WIRT DJHSMORB Editor Dont Waste Time On A School That It Not The Heat A former student of Berea recently wrote to President Frost asking his Pulp in starting a school for colored people in an adjoining county Tim following is hia letter in reply BOSTON Jan 28th 1005 My Dear Friend Your letter is sent on to me hero I wish I could sit down sad have a long talk with you I honor your effort mud desire to do something for your people but you must let mo tell you some things about this matter of starting schools- A poor school is almost worso than I am needed all the time because it is necessary for mo to raise more money for IJoren Now I could not if I tried raise money for your school because the people who have money to give would not give it to a school that does not amount to something Your letter and the letter of your friend both show that you are un educated men nUll people who have money will not give except to people who they know understand all about education and cnn make a really good school I liars spent many years learning how to conduct a really good school and people willI trust me with their money but I do not get half as much as 1 need Now if wo do not get the colored students back to I3crea I hope to get up a tally good school for the colored people of Kentucky Iam going to keep on helping the colored us to do is First make the most we possibly can out of the free school Wo have a free school sustained by the State and we are not doing as wol1U8 we might with this free school Let us repair and improve the schoolhouse and persuade all the parents to send their children And let us pare bettor teachers and better schools When wo got all the colored children school studios we shall have done a t great deal And there are some who want more than the free school studies let them go to some rosily f good school for the higher branches c Lot them go to Fisk or Knoxville or Hampton or Tuskegee Dont lot us teach the higher studies in a little school that is of no account I know it will grieve you but I must toll you the truth Wo must work to gut all our people to go to tho free schools a ml make tho free schools as good as wo can And we must got some of our people to go away from home to school nod let thorn go to n really good school if they have to go a thousand miles account pretended high schoolwill Ira thrown away Kentucky is full of little sham schools Tho teachers lose their time and tho pupils are just hindered from going to a school whore they could get real benefit Ever your friend W O I IllMil Mil H I I I t SILAS CHESTER M180W Editor Science end Agriculture From observations mado in Ken tucky it is believed that the soils of that section are losing at tho rate of several inches in n century Pro lessor Slmler has warned us of the danger of steadily wasting our tillable soils Europe withmore careful tillage is losing largo areas whore sand dunes have driven the farmer miles inland The danger of waste is more serious in another direction According to Dr Francis Wyatt the average depth of tho arable soils nine inches The loon tents in phosphates is afoot 1000 pounds nn acre or nltogether 2000 000000 tons for 1000000000 acresI under cultivation Every crop takes from this storage forty pounds so that 20000000 tons of phosphates are subtracted each your while only ono hnlf of this goes buck to tho soil by natural restoration It follows that the absolute loss annually is 10000000 tons of phos phates At this rate with increased demand male by an increasing population the supply of plant food will bo practically exhausted by tho end of a single century This is not a pleasant outlook Wo cannot close our eyes however to the fact that our national area now includes millions of acres fertile whom we received them but now worn out and selessthat is useless under calla ary methods of cultivation Dr Wyatt estimates that from all sources 1000000 tons or phosphotlo food- an ho artificially put back annually twentieth century must meet and account for Tho inventive skill man will lx taxed to tho utmost to prevent waste of fertilizing material and to invent now forms orfioil enrichment The farmer of tho future must have a keen eye for every substance that contains a pound of plant food Tho compost pile will become tho prominont of bushels of autumn leaves each tended to add to the humus of the soil It is not an overestimate that two thirds of tho liquid manure us carefully preserve every ounce of rocks can in somo sections be ren dered fur more papid The blue grass region of Kentucky owes its fertility to tho presence of strata of crustacccau shells uuderlyng tho soil These constantly give a 8UIJplor phosphates from tho storage mado by the makers of tho shells that lived tens of millions of years ago To get at such phosphatic rocks anti liberate tho storages for fertilizing purposes will constitute n peculiarly important part agricultural science from this time forward A now 2 story frame House 8 rooms second House on Jackson Street On 100 foot lot Has good barn and never failing well and fine gardenWill give purchaser the best of terms For information call on or address H MUNCY Phone Ii7 Berea Ky C F AND Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night and day Telephone No4 Boron Ky GROCERIES They are always fresh the cheap est and delivered promptly at all hoursFresh Direct from Baltimore every Friday and Saturday Dont fail to come in when you need anything in that line II EAST END DRUG COMPANY Berea Ky JThejJllfIIUC firmlyblaok fallingWhen islstraightAs awayfor tJACKS accordl uptodate DONT FAIL charge because WHY Because Cash The School groatdoni myfamily wayNow girotherm putInto FOOSTfi The Farm MMHHIIIIHHH1MH11 steadydeficit justdawning verylargo gotohytho For Sale Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER UNDERTAKER Oysters Hardware 0oI Clean Sweep Sales oo I Dry Goods Clothing Hats Shoesio o 0 o We have on hand a brand new lot of Dry Goods g o and Clothes also Shoes and Hats These are new g- oS g oarcDry Goods and Clothing and we are making prices o o 5 that will get rid of these Also with a g Every 500 worth of trade we give you a 0 g nice 17 x 22 inch Picture gilt frame o- S Cost you 88 cents at a Picture Store- S These prices will continue until our entire lot of go Dry Goods is cleared out at the following Prices o Corduroy Panto retail 125 Our price USe o o These are brand new SOther Pants brand new retail 125 had 150 Our r gpS A nice lot Calicoes 0 and 7c goods any piece for 5c yd o g Mens suits regular price 050 and 700 Our price o 400 000 and 200 S o 05c per yard 0Bleached Sheeting Reg lOc Our price 7c 8- o Bed Ticking feather proof regular 20c for 15c o 0 Mens regular 150 Our price USe SOneDollar cant buy them g S Canton Flannel lOc per yard Our price 8c g S Percales lOc values for 7c and 8c g o Best line of Suspenders in town from lOc to 25c g O 50c Work Shirts for 30c g o Sugar the Arbuckles Coffee 2 lbs for 25o oi0 loaves of Bread for 25c Potatoes OOc per bus y g ia100 dollar Riding Bridles for 80c o S 2 gallon Tin Buckets for 18c eacboH IIten n II o 0 51 n ii 12cII oo J II II IIc fim O o H t a ii ii Ic o Sci o o sSS 0o 0 Opposite BICKNELL EARLYS Berea Ky AZBILLS o I ioeoeooeoeoe080eoeoooooeooeoeoeoeoeoeooeooeo Subscribe for The Citizen The Citizen p IxngrNDZXT FucuT Nzwsuru r bltihe4 every ThnrUy tt BerN Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO L C Hlnman ManagerI- DDCODIPT10N IIATKS rATADLe xa DYAXCL One tlM eta monihs 0 Taree monthi 1 Send money by Post ofC Money Ordr bL KM tter 0one and two cent tampalt Rplteft4 The Date tiler your name shows to wbal Itto lubtcrlptlon askssJIrliendlog Dol hID ed within three u honey notlfyna- eubcrlber wlihlnic Tnt CtnlL stopped Buat notify ui at the expiration of crlptlou we stall Mnilder that theyrth41teoutlauedee Notify na lit once ofiany chantettn your ad Ira alving bath old cud new eddnssea due to wrappers coming SeldnIteieciorotherofwwmgladlybeCUP Agent Wanted In every locality Write for terma Anyone sending ut four new yearly labtcrlptloui will reoeUe Tus CITIZIN free me year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass Popular prices- Melcbant Tailoring shop in connection CHARLES JAC08S1Prop KytCrave Trouble Forosoen It noeds but little foresight la toll that whnn your stomach and liver are badly affected grave trouble is ahead unless you take the proper medicine for your disease as Mrs John A Young of Clay NY did She says I had neuralgia of the liver and the stomach my heart was weakened and I could not eat I was very bad for long time but in Electric Bitters I found what I needed for they quickly relieved and cured rre Best medicine for weak women Sold under guarantee by the East End Drug Store at Goo a bottle Ice Cream J All Flavors Ice Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California Fruits Early Vegetables Jt jt jt Photo JOESNo 68 Select Grocer and Caterer Jces Ccrner Richmond Ky L That Tickling In tho Throat One tninuto after taking One Minute Cough Cure that tickling in the throat is gone It acts in the throatnot tho stomach Harmless Rood for children A L Spofford postmaster at Chester Mich says Our little girl was unconscious from strangula tiou during a sudden nnd terrible attack of croup Three doses of On Minute Cough Curo half an hour apart speedily cured her I cannot praise One Cough Cure too much for what it has done in our family It always gives relief Sole by East End Drug Co and all medicine dealers Miller House Newly fitted up Meals au d Board and Lodging at popula prices Next door to Joes R G Engle Prop Skin St Richmond Kj c Tho Sunshine of Spring The Salve that cures witbout a pear is DoWittH Witch Hazel Salvo Cuts Burns Boils Bruise cad Piles dis appear before the use of this salve BS snow before the sunshine Miss H JI Middleton Thebes 111 says r was seriou ly jfllioed with a lIver tore that WHS painful DaWitli Witch HMzIJI Save cured me in lees than a week Get the genuine Sold by East End Drug CoBud all medi cine dealer Williams le better p par ed than ever todo your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Cleaning and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Main Street Bereu Kra rFraud Exposed ItnlybttJn ryforaud other medicines thereby defraud fog tho public This is to warn you to iMMVFireof such people who seek to profit through stealing the reputation 0 remedies whinb have peon nuccwa fully curing dirifnHo tor over U years A sure protection lo jou ii our naniw on the wrlpj r Ixok for it on nil Dr Kings or ycklfnrt Mtn dies as all others arn mon iuvtiiioiiH II F BUCKLEN l U Chicago IJJI and Wfutieor Canada y 7 J1ttIttir luutr1iqip from ffialmr0 fotut nf gyro By HENRY STERLING Chairman of Joint Committee on Direct Lerlshtlon Repre ntlni Organized Labor Massachusetts REED for graft is about the only obstacle to public owner ship and operation of public service Corporate monopolies arc unwilling to lose the graft they now enjoy and the voters fear to trust a new set of grafters even though directly employed by the people as public servants How great the graft is that is now enjoyed by the public senice corporations is shown by the desperate efforts they make to retain it Yet the graft secured by corrupt local politicians must be nearly as great judging by the returns from some of the municipal gas and electric light plants A study of the operations of some of the publicly owned public utilities of Massachusetts affords but little encouragement to advocates of thu new policy So far it seems but a choice between two evils and difficult tj tell which is the less There is little need to summarize the ills of either system Under private ownership of public utilities men otherwise eminently respectable have not hesitated o corupt every function of government Their evil example has permeated every avenue of business life until the question is raised whether an honest man can do a successful business Yet f they arc dispossessed it is to be feared that their graft will simply fall into less respected hands Shirkers and incompetents would buyand tell places and neglect the labor they were paid to perform There is one point in the controversy which is continually overlooked The people in any given community have no control over the corporations which serve them Much talk is made about public control of corporations but by this is always meant some commission at the state house or some other point far distant from the community and the cor poration affected Such control could at the best be only nominal and as practiced it is a farce Put into the hands of a city or town the powet to summarily dismiss a publicservice company which does not give good service at a reasonable rate and the question of public ownership of public utilities will be but little agitated When one man hires another to work for him he retains the right of instant discharge if the the employe slights or shirks his work or attempts to enforce unreasonable price By this means he obtains reasonably good service So it should be with a community A corporation which shirks its work or demands an exorbitant rate should besubject to Instant dismissalnot by a city council or a distant legislature or commission which may not have the facts or may be influenced by unworthy motives t but by the people of the community affected Let the dUsons have the right to say at the polls whether or not a corporation shall longer con tinue to do business with them Corporate monopoly must be efficiently controlled by direct action of the people or utterly destroyed by public ownership of public utilities No delegated power to representative bodies is sufficient to withstand the powerful influences now wielded by privately owned monopolies No middle course is open Let the people of each city or town deal directly and unhampered with their owJi1ennts I3J atiuttitt tEast By HERBERT MYRICK Member of the Irrigation Con res from New York City In a small way iriI gation is quite universal in tho eastern states The water U applied by mean of hose to lawns flower gardens and kitchen garden A constant ly increasing number of market gardeners and truck gardeners also employ irrigation Until within a few years the socalled average farmer in the middle and eastern states has considered irrigation quite imprac ticable About one year in three he has suffered great losses from drought and nearly every other year dried up pastures and reduced yields of hay forage and grain testify to the eastern farncrs neceiftfty for the right quantity of water at the right time But of lave years even this class of eastern farmers has begun to wake up to the fact that irrigation is a practical necessity either by drawing water from streams or reservoirs through gravity ditches or pipes and hose or by pumping water by hydraulic ram windmill or engine The recent improvements in engines run by gasoline or kerosene have tirade it possible to pump water wherever wanted for irrigation purposes at the cast and south as well as in the west and at a cost that makes such irrigation profitable in the dry time The eastern farmer rightly regards water as a fcuilizer It comprises from onequarter to ninetenths of the various crops The farmer may plow and harrow his soil ever so carefully he may culti vate with the utmost thoroughness lie may apply plant food in the form of stable manure or fertilizer or both to the extent of 100 pel acre or even more yet if his land is not blessed with sufficient moisture all hiSJ rTort and investment areof no avail A drought evenof short duration may occur at such a time as to reduce his produce to an unprofitable degree Sometimes only a little artificial watering will make all the difference between prolt and loss Of course there is too much wet some of the time in almost every season at the cast yet droughts are inevitable and frequent The eastern farmer is being educated to regard any reasonable outlay for assurance against drought as likely to be a much better investment and certainly as essential as insurance against fire or death Jtak IQurQfpvnltuuitii5 By HARLOW N HIGINBOTHAM Chicago Millionaire nrt1hereboy who sits down and grumbles about there being no chance of rise ing ir this business Opportunity willnever come to those fellows Men make their own opportunities by hard work and by conserv ing their employers interests No matter how many men arc employed in an establishment the employer will keep watch of the man lu finds working two hours overtime The man working just wants to workI without telling the employer anything about it The employer will mud it outWhen the man 13 sent to do a thing he ought to do It without ask ing how it ought to be done even if he makes a mistake If he is doing the work wrong he will be told so quick enough Let lain just jump into the breach and do it to the best of his ability Let liiin work every day at if he was carrying a message to Garcia TJA71T He went through life bearing the load of a peoples sorrow with a smiling face As long as he lived he was the guiding star of a whole brave nation and when he died the little children cried In the street LINCOLN IN 1853 IIU Characteristic KB a Springfield Lawyer at That Tim Are Interesting At the anniversary ot Unortns Wrtn day comet round eaeb year It Is the cut UK to think of him chiefly at be was dur ing ike goer memorable year el tbe war JIb greatness as then manifested is molt commonly contrasted wltb ibeobMuruy sad MDcouitiaen of bit OIlUIII rail iplttter as postmaster sad storekeeper hut a no leas Interesting comparison u that of Lincoln In his years of waiting the years previous to 1864 In 1SU M year ado Abraham LIneal was a Springfield lawyer ot some local rote ai one of several leaders IB llllnoH wbig pollitea He was a man of 4yoart of age a man who IH middle tile bad failed to secure nay of the prttea that M really oared fa It U true that he had leswaturelead rant political movement aad wasilmpiy one ot many In his opposition to the ex tension of slavery Into the sew stales Aa- a eamptlcn speaker be was alraaay well known in the west Ills droll humor hu relentless Ingle his keen perception ul RppruacbtDi political changes mate blm eatliy chief among tie whits As a eitlaefi of 8prloan i l he was living qui lclllIdren Tbe statement lometliues bears tint at Springfield be seluom attended rhnrcb has recently bees roniraaictvo by a cltlnon of that place woo reatem lara that Mr Lincoln not merely attend ad church regularly but Was tery prompt In paying bis pew rent r rills twin or 44 lime dreamed ol what lay before blm At an age whop most mm at IMII In the prweat day are in sight of tile career by which they are afterwards remembered Llneoio was limply a Plata attorney a country law cityIto strain He Wet a good man just and ninety but sacI10 years and more he hail wen pHmeunc himIIledge of men for the crisis which IM knew could not be tuna postponed A year later the sour ot sashay are rived and Lincoln knew his time has onm Tree repeat of the Miuouri rum promise in 1854 see me con rare ray over the stales or Kansas and Nebraska brought the quettluti nt slavery ueeii sharply before tbe iieupleol Illinois The InIon toe eienstun of slavery gate Lincoln hU oppor tunlty In throe fatuous debates when ilif tall awkward Springfield lawyer mm the brlllarii and famous naietnmn and detested him oo his own ground Abraham Lincoln found blinsetf lit knew then what was to come Tile re publican party was formed Lincoln de liberately threw away a Mnatorthtp In order to force the Issue of slavery In tbe territories directly before the country and thereby became tbe logical ea6era the new platformMA house divided against Itielf cannot stand was tbe platform He stood upon It fearlessly and faced the future ready to meet tu unknown crises In whatever position of M erUp he might be placed now ae mot the crash of war all remember How he faced detest and elK aster undismayed when hu greatest generals and advisers failed him one by one In time of danger how be bore vi cariously tile suffering of the armies In the Held and the patient families they had Mt behind how he solved Ute quo lion of slavery by a dictators egad that WM fairly oTirwiMlMing in Its slfiHnitl eanee for America all then things are the eoramonjilaew of history Vben MM think of Lincoln they Incline for the most part to Idealise Mm lilt wails hla- stomsnta of exftKatten tii his aetlys berg address sad bis second Inangnrat and ho become a hero who te alread- yrage and nnrenl to the youth of today Nut It Is well to turn back to that early manhood of apparent mediocrity altnot of failure when he kept on salting bas moral principles late politic wherever he had a chases and telling the truth eves on the stump and walUag for Its opportunity We could not have a Lncoln today Mm of kit Intellectual and moral power u a leader would not be waiting for an opening at 44 Neither would they have the homely habits of speech tile broad and generous humor so Ignorant of eye nVIsm which made Lincoln unique Men of that typo are not often needed In the WOIvletlOM while he to waiting for tbe target tasks that may lie before him is still the man who wins hhiesgoStandar- dSELFRESPECT FORBADE Lincoln Always Refused to Represent Wrong at the Bar of Justice Abraham Lincolns love of truth was soIhits clients were sure that they would winr their ruM If they employed him Yet they knew that U their cases were not felt It would be useless to consult blm A lawyer who studied In Mr Lincoln office tells a story illustrative of his love of Justice After listening one day for some time to a clients statement of his case Lincoln who bad been staring at the ceiling suddenly swung around lu tils chair and said Well you have a pretty good case In technical law but a pretty bad one In equity and Justice Youll have to gel some otbor fellow to win this cote for you couldnt do It All the limo while talking to that Jury Id be think- Ing Lincoln youre a liar and believe should forget myself and say It out loudYoulha Companion Fades About Lincoln the Man IINXUIN now d teal 4 iiiciiih mil It flirtof which he tuna liniiiuiiiely HvliinKtiiii was n feel 4 lucliex tall Urnnt S fuel 10 Mashes NnHilc in newt lmui b feet Its was ntvnrtny HII liulinnvUli wiry Jot hlnok hair not entity amen chic In tin ciunli- llls oyiw were liriKIH keen anti a luminous grny In color though his cyulirowt were black like his heir iIts nice was almost roto iiicly rough anti square lanternjawed he called hlnifolf- DurltiK the totter part of his life Lincoln hnlln rough black beard He said he let It jjrnw to cover up lilt homely features Ills iire WIIH piitnt ilrnilur nod slightly bent lIu hnil very surge feet and wore n No 11 boot on his loft foot and a No V on the right foot Ills laugh was delightful a high million tenor Ills clothes were usually black iihvnys looHUllttlng and often In need of presriagwhpn lawyer In Illinois Lincoln wore a brown faded lent with the uiip riinhrd off Fur his short cloak hu sometimes substituted a shawl Ills trousers were always too short He curried a faded green umbrella with A Lincoln in large white cotton letters sewed on the outside He anti always bashful with women and never particularly cared for their society THE SECOND MIRACLE IN CANA Sunday SchoolUiion lor Feb 12 1905 PreparDyvryPreacherand r t IIIttfO1 MW e LESSON TKXT John 441H Memory vertei 4911- no1DBN TRXT The wine werk that do bear witness of me that tin Valher bath tent me JabaSiH- TlMltD tmber A l n a few hI- tler the Incidents of last lessee tIACLCana of Galilee where Jeans iwrformed Ills Chit miracle and Caper naum come 3t to Ss miles to the Mnhcul A JUUIINtJRItThl incident ef the dye Inic ten the Importunate father bU fflHU the miraculous heeling and the rewrite conversion of the aoblerastrs beuMhetil woe reeordcd that we might believe tlla- Jesus II the Christ the Ben of OM aDd that bellvln ye might have ute IIMU s mm Ke p our key verse Uelm lem ls mlkd SB you study this lessen The Lesson Outline TllltMlt The Hw n of filth IA 8k Ben 41 1IA iitirfen Father h nonrm He 8ccks Jesse v i h Is Ittbflkud by Jesus v U I tc Irrnbtent v 4- 9ills ll ponilve Bavteur vs NI1- I IlMHurlsi Word v to fit HwiHsB lewr v IVAs Obodlcst Faith v M VThe Reward of Faith vs MM V IA CeHVrl 4 louebeM v IL Comparing Scripture with Scripture I The luck Son v 4GTbaL was s sad household at Capernaum Verse 4T tells us tbe boy was dying UNman Ikln had failed 1orhap over and over again the sorrowing parents had eked the question Why has this affliction come and they had their answer In the converted household Ah low ideas Ing will always come out of alUlcilon if we go to Jesus with our troubles and UII Father I Seeks there had been no sick MB there would have been no hardened father seeking Jesus and how differentxwould hays been the story If this father had not turned to Jesus Whatever tits burden we need to go to seek Jesus Ut obtain hits help Peter 571 There U nothing which more surely drive men threugltIone with ImrdeM which drive them to seek DtvlHe kelp are thrice blessed fer- It brlNs thus to the great Iwrden bearer It wins Ills sympathy and com erattoH and It Macs Uesvlag spew oihen abottt thew J I Rebuked ky Jsses r Iy Jests tested the MMemans fatth 8doel Ile the faith of every me Over e4 mfagain wa Und tits the eae TawSriv phoonidaB woman U a notable eyswpio Marti T1O1 JewM 4ow MI tdah to evade the bestowing of Mematec hot tofiga to so resatha our faith that Us war safely grant the potties Many requests go nsiaMwertd sad many Metalnga are lost beoanse UIIotwllllmi to submit to the tMtlHR We become offended boraus oar motive are called tale question we become Impatient bemuse of the seeming delay In answer to oar request cad as a reselt are unable to receive the Messing which Je ms otherwise would bestow Ittal faith will stand the test It will be MS missive coder teeming reproof It will prove patient under trying delay 11 is evident tram Jesus remark that the faith of this BoWeroan rested largely upon the ilgM sad wooden he bad man wrought JflBMi Kwsbt to lead him mn isle a faith wbkto rested on Ills naked word Compare In this connection John MM Jebn 619 11 2 ret 11719 U Is Persistent v 49or reply to the sharp challenge of Jesus he re pests more vehemtntly than before hl petition Marc li the secret of power In prayer IersUtency and deflnlloneai Ile Luke 181 with Luke 11510 Bph 018 III A ItMponilve Saviour U Re assuring Wflrda v 50JHUI newer sent a burdened Keeftlngaoul away unblessed Out Jesus words sailed for fresh nfed of faith The nobleman asked Jesus to go wltb him Jesus told him to go back done It nearly always true that Jesus does not answer our petitions lust In the way we have asked or expected but lie does answer them 2 Healing Power v 57It was not necessary that Jesus go to Capernaum Tbl li one of several Instances where Jesus healed from a distance IV An Obedient Faith v GOFaltb at first weak was strengthened until the noblemen Is willing to leave Jesus believing the words Tiny son llveth were fulfilled The evidence of faith Is obedience to Divine commands Note example of Peter In Luke 66 V The Reward ot Faith va 6163 If any doubtn filled the heart of that father aa ho made the long Journey home certain It Is that they were all swept away by the glad mMMige that the bringshimhealed sun at home prepared to greet himVI A Converted Household v El Who can ever measure the rtmiltii of y visit to Jesus The converted household was an unexpected blessing How true It Is that Jesus does for us beyond our largpflt hopes Eph 120 What lessons are hero for those burdened and In affliction The Oolden Text The same works that I do bear wlt nei of Me that tbe Father hath sen- tMeTbe miracles lire Indisputable evidence of Jesus Divinity Destroy them as some rationalists have sought to do and you destroy the Christ Thin miracles demonstrated Jesus power over nature aa lie walked on tho water and stilled the storm over material things as He filled the fishermens nets and fed the multitudes over human life as lie healed the sick and raised the deMoSurely lie was the Cbrl t sent from God Ths record of three miracle has been left fur us J HENS NESTS THAT MOVE Suggestions for Constructing Dox from Which Two Apartment May Be Made In a recent laeuo of your most valuable paper Mr 0 Davis gives cut of movable hone neaU which Induces me to offer you and your army of Interested readers a few MiggtMtloiia in the way of making a movable or portable hens nest aays II M Collier Lucas county 0 In Or atige Jud4 Farmer Fig 1 BHgfiMt a way of cutting a box in such a way that two of the nests OlIn lie made from a single box A shoo caw cutJo best advantage an when the neat U complete It should he so itcep on the UOVKADIK URNS MUTTS root that tbo fowls cannot roust on it Mg Z shows side vlow alto entrance for Aw the hen and suwlllit the slope of tSo tsp llr 2 shows front and aide view giving GOOd MM of the complete neat HlDgcj for time lid can be made of two ordinary fence staple by being linked tofitttbor uncdrtven Into the 114 and the other into the atrip atrWII the top of the box Or the fourftieli strap hlBRM cnn tift used which are much better and eat but four or flee rMta a pair Pig 4 shows ta both of tbo neat with two holes which are to be used In haiIHK the neat OH two palls orarrcws ntspcKl tna the nt six or Un tech from the door of the ektakm house Im ssntlsr time tfc r nr eta can to ba g OH tbtottl tide of r buildings or im ths fare or iither8unl puce as they art waterproof r r r urty to low etttse tH hIN- taNta8 he to have her aeat away trots the roes This rapoadve ant lIa many ad vantAf W tk onllnary box or eta lIlcII1bJupubrr the U1 easy to raov whes or IreNa of MtUBi Ute bee In sow place away from the oUter fowls sad has the urea of privacy or acl iicm which many dueler deem beat for a hare prodnr tiiin of rraa I do not claim to be tbc jrialnator of this Ides of a complete b ni nest II same wag given me by Mr C Qaedrteh sow 4eeeaied SHALLOW FRAMES ARE BEST Decision la Reached in Mueb Discussed Subject Explanation and Reasons Foremost In apteulturnl tilMtiMloiunr today U the subject of frames and thole proper depth fur best results In tko pro auction of honey nays the Midland Farmer All Intelligent beokeepera ate aware of the fact that bees are naturally averse to traveling over honey in the broodchamber to tore In the sections e7 None dooy this It Is equally true that unlceo the broodohamber is greatly contracted at the time the surplus rocop tacfoa are on there will be a considerable tirlp of honey along the lop of Bac- aramI1 that be defiler than the Lanisa trotH On the other hand If the brood chamber bo contracted by taking away a number of the outside frames it will be left narrower than the super As the broodncftt mutt extend out under all the sections to Insure a degree ut uniformity In the completion of these It U nut difficult for even the casual observer to see that there U a serious fault con nected with this sort of contraction With the foregoing facts before us we on r udUy see that a deep frame cannot give ufiir the amount of section honey as will a shallow one and the causes are unavoidable Raising Onions with Little Work Make the beds long ami narrow so you can roach from the sides to the center With a three turner hoe or the corner of a common bout rake little trenehe about six Inchoe apart across the bed drop your rota or big onions whichever you want to plant alui clone In tt trenches and rake the dirt in on Jliotn sow go to nn old straw stack and get half rotten straw and cover the whole bet with It two or three taehae deep and your work is done until they are reedy to put They wlU scot need any hoolng or any veds to pull anti you will have big nice clean onions And besides you will have a good coal of rich manure from the ration straw to plow under EpUowlltIProfit by Experience The firmer who la wondering how he will sot Me living this winter might overcome thin dtnculty another d year by bediming new to make pans for a vegetable garden next sunnier and alto by raising n yard lull ot fowls A few bens vill supcy a table with plenty of fresh eggs and xomo to- JlparoJoarm and home Have you started that record and al counf boo teU Its your iosa If j in iloBt nut oursMldlaad Farmer CENTRALIZED BREEDING Expert on Equines Tells How the In dustry May 8e Turned to Greatest Profit While horses are being bred In every agricultural tUitrlct there Is lithe concerted method or organized effort in the work A buyer havlug an order for a carload of draft horses of a given breed type and weight has to seek out and buy individual animals hero and there at great expense says Dr A S Alexander Ho cannot go to a particular enter and In one day till his order with horses ot the kind and quality he wants Each cen ter Is producing many different kinds of horses but has no specific product for sale Kach individual breeder has to seek a buyer for his stock and can supply but a limited number of ani mall While those condition exist buying is made an expensive business and tbo buyers expenses are neces sarlly deducteJ from the price of the animal ho purchases Specialization In production will mean the creation of brooding tenter each of which will be devoted to the rtiatng of horses of n particular type bood and quality Bach farmer In such e center will breed practically the samu product will work for the success of that product and bandit equally with the others from the vlrlU of the buyer attracted there by oho certainty of finding a full complement of the horses he wants If a man wishes to import a 1erchoron horse he goes forthwith to the district of l Porcho In Franco and at ontO finds what bo want for Lalerohe is headquarters for the breed and noted on that account the world over For Clydesdales ho goes to certain wellknown counties In Scotland for Shires to equally distinct and advertised centers In England and In the same country to similar centers for Suffolk hackney thoroughbred Cleveland bay or York shire coach horses So too he can easily ascertain the particular place abroad where he can find liellan draft French coach German coach or Orloff horses A particular county of time state should rake one pertain dUI of horses Iti specialty Each aounty would then have a special product to sill Its Ltecder would act together to advance the quality and tame of tills product and In time build op a Mealy trails with buyer willing and ready to pay appreciative prices SWINGING FRONT IN USE Arrangement Gives the Hog a Chance to Get Full Share of the Meal The Illuatratlan herewith shows a MHvealeot ptgB H treat The Sea trough u securely fastened at time front M4 of tke pen and the aldft or wall of the pen on that aide Is hinted At the top so It will swing over the rough ays Oraaire Judd Farmer An SWINOINO PHONT HOG PEN Iron rod la paved through the battan croMploco and Inserted in another hold lu either edge of the trough When feudIng the rod Is lifted the gate swung back and the rod la dropped in llio halo In the back edge of the trough To lot tho pigs eat tho gate Is swung toward the feeder and tho rod pushed down into tho hole In outside edge of trough Such an arrangement will save much annoyance and give each pig n chance to get his share of the moot The Illustration shows tho front swung back to that tho feed can be put into the troughs DRAW OUT MANURE DAILY Every Farmer Should Devote Ilia Attention to This Feature of Agricultural Work Fresh manure should bo applied as made to land plowed in the fall or early winter for planting early spring crops If applied to a plowed surface the rains and molting snows aided by tho frcezlngaud thawing carry tho soluble portions Into tho soil When applied to plowed land there Is leas wnslo by leaching than on unplowed surface says Farm and Homo The economical way of handling ma- nu In winter or at all rimes Is to haul It out as fast re made Every farmer should have a low down wagon and load direct from the stables sheds anti feed lots haul to the field where ntdcd and scatter direct from the wagon Time and labor are raved and there Is low loss by leaching and evap oration Spread the manure as evenly as possible and better results will be secured than If thrown out In largo forkfuls and allowed to remain LITTLE THINKS FOR FARMERS Cooperate rotate got out of old ruts Low swamps often yield the hlgheat products Do manly and spook the truth There Is always a penalty for the wrongdoer- A large wellfilled woodshed near the kitchen door denotes a thrifty farmer Farm and Homo A man In Michigan raised 838 bushels of oats ox nine and onehalf acres n little more than 88 bushels to the acre Prairie Farmer Paying taxes on worthless land ve hides implements and animals will bring on that tired feeling about the wallet Farm and Home MISSOURIS RABBIT MART Hundreds of Thousands of These LongEared Pests Are Shipped to Market Centers Springfield MoThe rabbit trade Is an Important part of Springfields win ter traffic Hundreds of thousands of these longeared orchard pests are shipped from here to larger cities between November and March The homo demand Is also good and a large amount of the game la eaten by the people ol the town All over the country after the first snow the rabbit is slain for the market in various ways Boys trap the easily caught animals in boxes of the simplest structure A few hunters get snares for the unwary game and the shotgun aids the merciless war on the cottontall Immensely Every country merchant buys rabbits The price Is small but a boy with a dozen traps set in a thicket can make sonic money besides having the fun of the catch The rabbit consumption has steadily increased for 25 years There was a time when the rabbit had no market value when tho game was caught only for tho farmers table The people of the distant cities who buy rabbits tc eat take tome risks Some of the game Is a long time reaching the consume and tho weather may not be always fa vorable for the preservation of the meat A few warm days in December or Janu ary will thaw out a pile of rabbits and when the blue fly Is on the wing the stack has to be very closely watched to avoid the first stage of decomposition There Is no game law In Missouri to protect tho rabbit Ho is outlawed tho year round because of his destructive gnawing habits Farmers and fruit growers like to see the rodent slain end the rabbit hunter can kill this kind of game In any field without a permit from the owner of tho land COSTLY TOYS FOR HEIR Collection of Future Russian Czar In clude Stable Hones and Car riages All of Silver St Peter burg Costly toys from royalties are pouring Into Tearko Selo where the infant ccarewltch has just had his first sleigh ride The king of the Belgians has rent a silver model of a stable with ton hones carrIages grooms and stable boysall cunningly wrought In silver Navel officer have sent the tiny autocrat a silver model of a battleeklp four feet long The czarina II devoted to hr Mm Shs rarely leaves him Since his birth the iiarloa has Improved In health and her spirits are much brighter The birth of an heir undoubtedly has made the czar ina the happlwt woman In the empire were It not for the war The little exarewltch Is now fat and healthy weighing much more than the average Infant Ills eyes are becoming darker and llta ksad la covered wits dark hair The oar ipend an hour or more dally In UIII nuraery playing with the child There he seems to forget the iiurdenv of the war in the eat Tile ocarina Is determined that notb iig regarding her sons birth and prog red shall be forgotten In one album articles are collected from nil the papers of the world congl titillating Russia upon having an heir while In another are kept Interesting newspaper clipping relat Ing to the chllda Ufo One of her majestys Becrotarlac is en gaged In studying new literature on the subject of baby rearing published in every part ut the world Most of these books come from Amer lea Germany England and France A summary is prepared of any new theory of dieting or treatment and there the empress roads making notes In her own handwriting ot any point which Inter UH her MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Fob 8 CATTLE Common h2 fiO t 3 75 Heavy steers Si 4 85 CALVES Extra 7 20 HOGS Ch packets I Or fJi 00 Mixed packers 4 8t- SHfiHPExtra O 4 95 t 10 4T LAMl1SILxtrn 36 7 75- FLO tm Spring pat GlO 0 45 WIIIMTNo 2 red i 18 0 1 20 8112COItNNo OATSNo 2 mixed CI 33 No white 3314 3- 4ItYiNo2 82 SO HA V Ch timothy 12 iO POIlK Clear moss 014 20 LARD Steam 0 0 BUTTRn Ch is Choice dnlrf 31 APPLES 3 2G POTATOES Per bol 1 50 TOIUCCO Now b 00 813 00 Old 4 14 7b Chicago FLOtirt Winter pat 5 10 0 5 20 WHEATNo 2 rod 154I t 20 No 3 rod lot t16 CORNNo 2 mixed 43 OATS No 2 mlxod Ur 2U4 RYE NO 2 w 7r PORK Mo8 12 lift fit 70 LARD Stenm tC 0 X New York FLOUR Win 8trU C60 Ui 0S5- WIIiATNu 2 red 8 W- COHNNo 2 mixed BU4 OATS No 2 mixed 3C 3O1y RYE Wc8torn 8- 1PORKFnmily 13 2fi d 13 7G LARD Steam GI 7 IB Baltimore CATTLE Steers 4 P 4 05 SHEEP No 1 fat 2 26 2 B- OLAMHS Spring ft 0 CALVES Choice 4 00 0 8 5Q HOGS Dressed G2G qj 50 Loulivllle WHEAT No 2 rod at Ii- iCOHNNo2 mixed J 47yk OATSNo2 mixed tf 34 PORK Moss 1I 00 LARD Pure steam 60 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red O 1 31- COItNNo 2 mixed ip 44 OATSNo 2 mixed C 32 Buggy or Carriage Harness WEATHER and fine FINE invite you to drive profitlook EH well an tke rest of jour turnout or is it sbal by end thus detract from the appearanceIf allY way out of it Select a new sot of Buggy or Carriage Bar ness from Our Largo Stock at nntoninhingly reuHOiuililo prices However if you decide to make your old liar ness do let us put it in good repair for you It wont coot much IT J MOBERLY- Main St Richmond Ky The Citizen- A FAMILY PAPER 8 pages wookly lit 100 xir yonr TOMBSTONESand Owing to poor h alth I am forced to close out my entire lock to quit business I have 25 sets of tho finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb stonea and Monuments which I will sell at greatly reduced- prices Here is jour oppor goodIor for designs and prices Borea Monumental Works- S McGUIRE Prop Berca Ky r IPoisons In FoodIrealise that many poisons in your food but some day you may feel a tWInge of dvspepaia that will convince you Dr Kings Now Life Pills are guar anteed to euro all sickness duo to poisons of undig stod foodor money back 25o at the East End Drug- Store Try them h MONUMENTS StltuarIUrn Huditonts Cr nlU and McrbU Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at rea sonable pricoa and with dispatch All work guns anteed by GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky- ftxenf MInu4Inntnatrerl- eDosorvod i Popularity To euro Constipation and Liver troubles by gently moving the bowels nnd acting as n tonic to the livor take Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills nro mild pleasant and harmless but effoclivo and sure Their universal use for years is a strong guarantee of their popularity nod usefulness Sold by East Drag Co timid nil rwlcinn thslerd To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop Is the most complete and up to date in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc r do work for most prominent people of Bares and vicinity Work sent to me by mail or express will have prompt attention and charges paid one way- S G FRANKLIN ill Vernon Ky RCVEBENCC lank of Mt Vernon Berea College 1855 PLACES TIlE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young Ladles TradeSchoolsCnrpontty Printing Hotisetfork Nurtlng ffwo years INormal CoursesFor Teachers Throe courses loading to county Statu Certificate and State Diploma Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and for lifeCollege Courses Literary Scientific Classical loading to Bacculmire ato degrees Music Choral free Reed Organ VocalTtTnno Theory We are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Ourinstruction Is a free gift Students pay a small incident al fee to meet expunges of the school impart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance ExjHinsea for fall term of 14 weeks maybe brought within S2950 Winter torm of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 2425 Full term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations roe INFOnMATlOX AND PRIBNDLT ADVICE ADDRESS TUB seCRETARY WILL C GAMBLE Berca Madison County Ky Madison County Roller Mills 1fIlt1oJIloJ Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour- 1IlxIoloIlI B Potts Duerson Whites Sutloo Ky I DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT The S 100 butt contains 24l ttancstha trial iUe which sell for ctnts rmrxiiD AT TNt o- rE C DeWITT 6 COMPANY CHICAGO ILL LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 1904 flblnr North Train 4 Dally Leave Bros3 48 a m Arrive Wchmond412 a m Arrive Paris 628 a m Arrive Cincinnati 7 50 am Oolnr North = 81 1 Tram Ially Leave Berea 12 55 pm Arrive Richmond 125 pm Arrive Paris 3 18 m Arrive Cincinnati 6 00 pm Cuing Snntb Traits Uatljr Leavo Berea1 11 p m Arrive Livingston 2 05 p ra- Uolne South Train S Daily Leave Berea 11 24 p m Arrive Livingston12 30 am- Trant No 1 and No mike con nostioa at Lviuttst m for JHlMco and the South with No 21 and N j 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSON J Dentist yton Agonizing Burns are instantly relieved nnd perfectly healed by Bucklons Arnica Salvo C Rivenbark Jr of Norfolk Va writes I burnt my knee dreadfully that it blistered nil over Bucklena Arnica Salvo stopped the pain and healed it without a scar Also heals all wouuds and sores 26o at the East End Drug Store Foundad I Congregationalists Glvo Your Stomach a Rest Your food must be properly digested and assimilated to be of any value to you If your stomach is weak or diseased take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat and gives the stomach a ret enabling it to recuperate take on new life and grow strong again Kodol cures sour Momacb gas bloating heart palpitaliou Bud all digestive disorders L A Sopor of Little Rock Kv writes UB We feel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cum deserves nil the commendation that can be given it nn it saved the life of out little girl when the WAS throe years old She is now six and we have kept it for her coDjantlyrbut of course she only now ROY byEastcine dealers A10 INVESTMENTI- n lien Telephone stock during the area three years ot the Company exiUenra NOW WORTH 50000Thlt litTidenrc of the enormnut profit pro diuna ponnrtleor a J uilirKiiimnciniorninimnnmitlun T1IK AMI 11 iAN 11cW lymfL MADH TKIH TIIH KNOWNINtrvmty Cflied adoptedlr0Furetariteul New naiwriiut fooiraeii oil over the world aunie enor Sta under bie DIOYTIiIPlnhiTminltICN October IX Write for lull i rtlcuar UniillKll NEW TOHK 8ECUUITV CO Sole i seal Avrnu tlW wall St New Tort- NitYirrlItrirriiirliiiii lWiiiirYrrWIVI Oklahoma I Offers Opulent L Opportunities 3 To lhoe who iltslre new lahd and 5 chancest 3 tangs ami manufacturer Its Farm Products m law Include S ttOOO000 bushels of wheat 14000- balesutcottonendmi111ondfdolIg j 15 lira worth of other arainLfraiKetr Send fur free of tH entitled The Truth About OkU y IS home At stated times low rate S s Homeseekers Excursion uckete pg are told via Santa Ie Route to S Oklahoma S S Addrtwa Oral ra swi rOfilr 2 ti 1k AtcUtonTopcUS nUreR iht = y ClIIlUO All111i14kjYltr111j114 NMt tlld4ti PATENrS l3Pke birheit bdokYaaq rtfmiwckI- TTZQEUAm a COB X 1Tas itch VU SENT TO PRISON A11gust W Machen Diller Groff fill S Groff Taken toMounds yule Penitentiary TO SERVE TWO YEARS SENTENCE They Loft Washington With a Party of Eleven Other Convicts In tho Custody of Officers Dr Lorenz Also Convicted of Irregi larltles In Postal Matters Will Be Removed To the Prison In a Few Days Washington Feb 8 August W Ma chen the former head of tho entire free delivery system of tho post offld department and tho foremost flgur among tho officials politicians and contractors Indicted as a rosult of tho postal Investigation and Diller D croft and Samuel A Groff broth ere both of this city convicted In connection with the promotion of a letter box fastener schemo left Wash- Ington with a party of 11 other con nets for the iloundsvllle W Va pont itpntiary to servo a sentence of two stars Imprisonment Tho thrco pris oners who had surrendered to tho i nited States marshal early In thi day spent part of the afternoon in tin jail here and were taken from then 10 the depot in a carriage accompan Ud by a guard Tho men wero placed in a special car which was attached to the regular night train for the west The Men Were Handcuffed All three were handcuffed Machet occupied a sent in the car alone while the Groff brothers were linked togeth cr by their handcuffs There were four guards one remaining all the time at each end of tho car The three postal prisoners had a corner of the car to themselves Occupying other seats in front of them were 11 Nogrc criminals None of Machens relatives was at the depot to see him off but a large number of friends greeted him shook hands and In several cases pledged their readiness to supply hIm money If he needed it A letter carrier not uniformed grasping his hand said he had the sympathy of thousands of carriers Groups of curious spec tutors were gathered at the depot- J M A Watson who Is now servo lug a term at tho Moundsville penlton tiary for embeulement having been taken there last Saturday went there- In a Pullman car having paid his own expenses and that of his guard Mr Machen said that ho had spent practically all of his money In his de fense that he never had owned any real estate In his own name and there fore had none to transfer He said that to liquidate the fine of 10000 which he was also sentenced to pay ho would take oath of Insolvency and spend one more month in the penitentiary Dr Lorenz Is III According to a dispatch received by District Attornoy Beach from At torney Kumlor of Toledo 0 counsel for Dr Lorenz tho latter continues ill but his physicians think that be will be able to be removed to Moundsvlllc within three or four days llr Beach meantime is awaiting the report oi the inspector who was wired to ascer tofh the condition of Lorenz and to report immediately On that report the question of Lorenza Immediate removal will be based THE COLORADO CONTEST Ballots Alleged To Be Fraudulent Identified as Genuine Denver Col Fob SMore ballots alleged by tho experts to have bet fraudulently cast in the Interest of Adams were Identified as genuine bl the voters themselves at the night session of the committee An entire list classified by Export Spencer as spurious in one precinct was identified by one of the judges bi the names appearing In the polling lists He testified that ho was per Fimally acquainted with all the per sons whose names were on the list TURF INVESTMENT CO John J Ryan on Trial Charged With Embezzlement- St Louis Feb SJohn J Ryan who gained considerable notoriety through hte connection with an aI- kgId Cet rioh quick turf Investment company was placed on trial in the- Ft Louis circuit court under an In dictment charging him with tho em bfwlement of 900000 by means oi that concern The principal witnesses are three women residents of St Lou iff each of whom declares that she was an investor In Ryans scheme Rejoicing In Oklahoma Oklahoma City Okla Fob SThe announcement that the senate had passed tho statehood bill providing for joint admission of Oklahoma and Indian Territory Is creating great en thusiasm In both territories American Money the Basra Washington Feb 8C A Orr the American consul at Barranqullla Co- lombIa In a report to the state do partmont says that American money Is now the basis for nearly all bank transactions In Colombia Pouches of Mall Matter Stolen Poplar Bluff Mo Feb STwo pouches of mall matter one contain ills registered mall have been stolen from a moll car on tho Iron Moun tain route wille the train was stand- Ing at the station hereaz Kentucky State News Items FELTNERS DEPOSITION Sensational Development In Breathitt County Litigation Louisville Ky Feb SQulte the most sensational development in tht litigation over tho Broahltt county murders came out when the doposltlon of Moses Feltner a witness who left Kentucky after having been subpoenaed as a witness In the damage suit of Mrs Abrella Marcum against JUdge Hargls and others for conspiracy In connection with the murder of James B Marcum says a special from 1- 1cheater Ky Feltnere statement Is to the effect that attorney for the defense B F French offered him 1000 te leave Winchester without tnsLlrlng and that If he did not go he oull be hanged for the murder of JeslO Fields some time ago In DreathlU county Feltner says ho accepted the money went to Cincinnati and turned It over to his brother Felix Fellner Later ho hose Feltnor was met In Cincinnati by Mr French and was Lold to stay where ho was as warrants hl1l1 been Issued for him In many counUOli In Kentucky bordering on the Ohle river French told him according Ie Foltnera deposition that hte bond had been vacated In the Flouts murder ca and that a warrant would be sent te Cincinnati for him but that he mu not come bade to Kentucky without requisition But Mr French told ma the statement continues that Go Ueckham had promised him From that this requisition would not be I sued until after the MarcumHar raws had been settled French the save him more money and after spond Ing some time In various Ohio tOWD rid Indianapolis Foltnor says ho eon eluded to return to Kentucky and gh himself up as a witness THE DAY LAW Judge Benton Held It To Be Const tutlonal Richmond Ky Feb SJudge Den- ton overruled the demurrer flied b the friends of Berea college and sus lined the constitutionality of the Da bill which prohibits the mingling white and colored students at DerlMl ollegeThe college was Indicted in October V demurrer was filed by the Berea ale attacking the coneUtuUotmHty the Day law which was argued In December In Nleholosvllle On that aslon the college authorities were represented by John G Caruso of N York Mr Guy Mallon of Cincinnati and Senator C F Burnam of thll place The stao was represented A Crutcher commonwealths attorney Judge Denton upholds the Day bU End sustains Its constitutionality bott In regard to tho separation of the race ind as to the provisions of the bll squiring schools for whites and No rocs when maintained by the Hml hoard to be 25 miles apart There such local satisfaction Effort To Escape the Gallows Louisville Ky Feb SGoo Warren the condemned murderer of lu aski Leeds mastor mechanic of thl L N railroad is making a last of ort to save himself from the gallov lo is curculatlng a petition ama tho union laboring men Aged Jessamine Farmer Dead Nlcholasvllle Ky Feb 8Mort Funk a wealthy farmer died suddenly of dropsy Ho leaves a wife ani four children Mrs J F Horlno Mrf Uayrao Sparks of Mississippi ani Robert A Funk and J D Funk U vas 75 years old- Distiller Arrested Louisville Ky Feb 8 Thomas reenwell manager and half owner c h Bradenbcrg distillery of Moo ounty was arrested at tho custc louse charged with defrauding th United States out of taxes on bran Milled by him The Capitol Site Frankfort Ky Feb STho sons adopted the amendments to the Wei capitol site bill proposed by the joIn onforonco committee and then piUM cd tho bill as amended by a vote 24 to 4 The house will take up th mended billOr His Sight Destroyed Covington Ky Feb SAs the rl suIt of a blow with the fist deliver on oneof his eyes by Saloonkeeper E Miller of Madison avenue and Thl strEet John Turner colored had have tho eye removed by a physlcli Charged With Killing Wife Covington Ky Fob 8John III cnbrand who killed his wife July last at the corner of Greonup an Seconds streets this city was plan on trial in the Kenton circuit cou on the charge of manslaughter The Warrants Served Jackson Ky Feb 8 Coroner G Bailey executed warrants on E Jalluhan and James Hargls chargli them with being In contempt of tb lark circuit court Tho defondan yncro roleased on bonds War on Poolrooms Covington Ky Fob 8A fight 0 the Covington poolrooms Is In pro pect If the February grand jury fc Kenton county impaneled heeds tl special charge delivered from tl bench by Judge Shaw Dead at the Age of 93 Versailles Ky Feb 8Jacob Bo ton 93 oldest man but ono In Woo tor county is dead near Morton vl11e He never used stimulants t tobacco HIIIIIH I H I I I I I 11 I I I I 11 311HI It1IIE1Mt Iii 1111 11 Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES II H I H III II 111 +1IIIIIIIHH111 ltiIII IIIII1lIIIMh Mrs A E Thomson returned from hot Ohio trip Tuesday night Miss Sophia Wilson received a visit of a fow days from her father this week Evangelist C N Hunt left hero for Ml Vornon 111 whore ho will continue his work Mr S Kincaid of Fincnstl brought his daughters Rose nnd Corn to outer school Thursday Rev Stewart will begin n series of revival meetings at tho Secoii Church tonight and Mrs Will Flanory on IMr n fow of their friends ut homo ou Center street Tuosdfi night ITho State Y M 0 A conrontio meets next Wednesday at Owuusbon and Berea will send a goodly deli gut ion as usual- Richmond visitors wore iAS Enochs and Mr Humold Saturday C L Hanson attended court Tuesdn and Wednesday Ilonneth Becktoll Hillsdalo Mich nm enjoying work her but wish I woro hack at the old Mountain College The next number of tho Lycoui Course Mr Horace O Williamson is postponed until Saturday Febrv ary 18th instead of the 11th W C Martin of Tuscola Ill dropped in Wednesday to tollUII what good TilE CITIZEN was doing him Ho will bo hero about ten days visiting his father on Horslic CrookA recent watorworks test proved that a stream of water could bo east topthall and Industrial building heing used in the tost Bores is looking forward to r series of temperance lectures by tho noted orator Col Holt of Ghiongt It is not yet known just wheu ho comes Addresses will lx dolivere in tho four churches and tho TaInt uncle r Last Saturday night a onostor frame houso off from Jackson Streo oaught lire R little before six oaloal I The occupants Mr Baker and family I were sway from home antI it is SHJ posed that n defective flue in the kitchen was the cause The blur was well underway whon first assis stanco arrived std it was imposslbl to save but a few owner of the louse is L CDavis of Cur wayJust as Evangelist Hunt had got on nicely started on his sermon InIt Thursday evening fire was discos ored smoldering in the Talwrnncl roof around tho pipe from the stow noon the main entrance Tho congrc gatioiMvns at once quietly dismissed and with the aid of a bucket and lad der brigade from Howard Hall was I quickly subdued Afterwards tho crowd was recalled nod tho roviva services continued o Slippery Spots Abundant We think everybody is aware that r no ono has had to hunt for slipper If places this past week Many laugh- ablee tumbles occured and several that n proved more serious Miss Kat e Coddington foil at Gilbert Cottage 1 bruising her knee badly Lloy Bogloy fell near Boone Cottage striking tho back of his head He o was picked up unconscious andre s maiued in that condition for a huh t hour As Zion Parsons was jieariii his room in tho Williams buildiiij 10his feet slipped and he foil in such a manner as to hit n place on his head which hind been trepanned while he was in the army He was remove at onto to tho Hospital whore he roo mained unconscious for an lion This Implied Monday nightand o learn that he was discharged Wed nesday Wo HIVe Been Blessed Tho special revival season of tilt 1 College and tho Union Church ha II come and gon6 and wo have toe greatly refreshed and blessed Mi Hunts pleasing winning manner his plain common sense his matte of fact way of stating things am I his use of the Bible have been ap d predated There were many inter- ruptionsg such as those caused by tlu 0 bitter und stormy weather and th s threatened destruction of tho Tuber uncle by fire which were to huiiin vision hindrances Wo cannot bl n sure however that God counted then 8 such Especial mention should bt Ir mado of tho helpful singing solos Ie duets quartets and particularly 10the strong earnest force of persona workers who labored during th meeting and often stayed after th s meeting to lead inquiring souls h I Christ It is not safe to try to num onlJr of tho work wore not limited to the reaching of tho unsaved Christina worn quickened and many a back slider took up his dutrto Christ anew Wo shall be Bro Hunt hero again Yet wo must not forget that it was the Holy Spirit using human instruments who did tho work null ho will abide with us unless wo grieve him Now let us reckon the work as only begun Those who have just started on the Christian lire need all tho help pos sible Many whose hearts have been touched but who have not yet sur rendered to Christ can bo brought to that surrender Why should wo not lava the revival work going on con stantly through tho entire your It is certainly the will of God Lot us give ourselves into His hands to bo used in any way for tho saving of souls and tho building up of His Kingdom ou earth Fire Department Orfanlxed Monday night n largely attended meeting presided over by B E Curt moll considered ways undmaan- of making the Boron fire service bettor A Fire department was or ganized the town divided into districts and a sot of alarm signals adopted A special building has been constructed hack of tho west wing of Lincoln Hall for the hose curt and hose Fire gates will be placed at points allowing quicker access to the roads than the campus gates now do There will be n ladder brigade and a hose brigade each with u captain and lieutenant Tho fire alarm is as follows first a dozen or moro rapid taps followed by slow taps giving the number of district this will ho repeated several times and then a general alarm sounded According to the location of the hydrants tho town is divided into six districts Cut this list out and paste it up somewhere handy eo that you can loontu tho next fire DISTRICT NO H Prof Masons Parish House and Main street to Center street DISTRICT NO III Ladles Hall Gilbert Cottage Presidents house and West DISTRICT so to Lincoln Hall Administration Building and old Treasurer building DISTRICT NO Library ChApolnncl Model School buildings DISTRICT NO Vt Tabernacle Howard Hullnnct Williams Building DISTRICT NO VII Science Hall Industrial Building Hospital College Barn Mt Vernon and all adjacent territory Died In Hor 84th Year Mrs Nancy Robinson Tho jwoplo of Boron vicinity fOCI deeply the oss of this good woman whodepart d this life 6th at sue oclock So dearly was situ ho loved that she was bettor known as Aunt Nancy or Grandma Robin on Sho was born in Clay county near Manchester October 28 1821 At tho age of 23 she was married to Elislm Itobinson whom she survived twelve years Tho Lord blessed this union with ton children of whom six are still living She comes from a family of longlived people raring two sisters sail two brothers aged respectively 02 and 04 72 and 75 Sluice the death of lion husband she has made her homo with her children mostly with her daughter Mrs W F Kidd and husband nil of whom have been especiall- yhoughtfulof her comfort in her declining years Mrs Kobinsou was a consistent anti loyal member of the Baptist church for JJ5 years timid her lIfo was a living epistle known uud read of till who knew her as having been much with Jesus Her wise council aided tho church through many trying experiences and to her pastor her faithful and regular atten the church services and her kindlyudmonitions wore always a source of comfort and inspiration Monday afternoon nt 2 oclock the funeral services worn held in the Borea Baptist church Rev H M Shouso ofiiciating assisted by Revs Thomson and McCully Her remains wero laid to rest in the town cone tory to await tho resurrection May tho Lord bless many such lives with old age timid grant to all who read this n happy reunion with her in tho land of tho blest The motherly advice and loving words given to her immediate family near the close wero much appreciated by them Her words were Do not tray that I may live but pray that I may have n peaceful end Do not grieve lint live Christian lives I have great hopes of meeting you alls in Heaven rtrrrkrrrkrrrkpat rrrkprrrrOrrrkatprkPkrraRPtkkvrrrtrk- ktrYOU A A ARE JUDGED BY Jr I THE CLOTHES YOU WEAR I Clothes may not make a man but it is useless to V create a disturbance by goingaround without them ti when you can buy at our prices 1Ve are no- tt selling out but out selling k rl This is the time when it is true economy to spend- moneyi and extravagance to keep it- S If a If Fabrics grow ready woven wet could make prices less That is about r j the only way t What you say when you go home wet intend to be our best ad 5 The smallest thing about our place j is price and price is a good salesman 1IitS easier than yourself Perhaps may t it is because he trades at r I WELCHS I 4Largest stock of Dry Goods in tho County n fine line of llrits9e f Good Groceries at Wholesale Prittw r tChtIIIIt Drug Store on Earth If t It is 90 Miles to the next Store that sells Meal at 550- 4AilfliAilitAAit44A44Ai1444A4a If tililA4AiliOil A4A4A4AAi 4itiltQ LOOM END SALEAl- Began Friday January 27th Perhaps some of our customers may not under stand this expression At the Mills there arc always romnants left over from the original run which avQmge from one to two yards in length They are idfcntfcnl in quality with the goods sold in bolts THESE GOODS WILL ALL BE SOLD BY THE POUND At unheardof prices Here is your chance to literally get three dresses for the price of one The beauty of those artistic designs in Dimities Silk Mulls Pongees and Crepes Are sure to make thom move quickly Do not mlmindurnlund us Thaw dainty Dress Goods are remnants of weaves you jwiy 20 and 80 cents per yard for C J HANSON CO The Shop for Ladies Btttt KIu saOhNehM dhh ++M ++ Do You Intend Building this Year If no it is well to begin now to plan anti figure But in figuring DONT CONSIDER THE PRICE ONLY as there Is H great difference in the quality of different grades of materials We will place In a heavy stock of lumbor for the bunlnoas and will bo glad to quote you prices Wu will not bo undersoltl- Now is a good tlmo to let us figure on your plans and specifi cations so that tho work will not bo delayed when the Spring opens up Prompt attention given to custom work iJContractors BURDETTE and Builders SONS jSaw Mill Berea Kentucky + 0+ +++P ei+++ + If you want n good second hand squAro Piano ORAN Organ You can get a bargain In them the furnimiro store in Beroa atI R H Chrisman Opposite Welchs Phone 26 CoalAt 124c to l3c Delivered fo- r13c to l4C Phone 8- iChas 1e Hansonl THE NEWS CONOENSED Pithy ninl Pointed PnrnrllIJIS II of Ifccnnt Interesting Happenings EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD What the Congressmen Are Doing In Congress Note From the War In the Far East and the Strike In Russia- CONGRE881ONAL NEWS ItoptoMiiUtlvo POM Introduced a bill to reorgnnlie and Incroaio the mclancy of the personnel of tho fleet of the United States Trio bill short ass the courae nt the naval uoadomy f until 1913 to thrco yoara rho tiouea provision In tho army ap propriation bill limiting the nay of retired ofllcor strictly to the retire IKiy Of tbclr rank which has boon the Mtibject of disagreement between tho two IKHIMM was settled In conference liy tho senate conferees accepting the house ittovhihin In principle Through his counsel Judge Swnync tiwde format responses In the senate to tho article of impeachment meat ity the house of representatives Hack of the 11 articles of Impeachment ww answered at length After Marly a week of discussion itn Ute post oRte appropriation Mil tarrying 1180787418 passed Ute botiwt Senator Dilllniliam Introduced a bill directing that the name of Rather A Unman widow of Noah Demon late of MaaasrhtisetU troops revolutionary war IHt placed on tilt pension roll at 1 the rate of S4 n month The HgrliiiUtirul appropriation bill was rrportetl to the elate by Sena tnr Proctor It carries appropriation ufIIWAR IN THE FAR EAST The British steamer Brinkburn from San Franeiceo soiled with a car ltd oonaiattag of 41448 sacks of har- I 1S97 aaekn of eels and 3008 bale of bay She cleared for Vladi vostok Tko Kuaatan admiralty having defi nitely eotaMltted Itself to the policy nt ratmlldlac and graally InareaajMi Ute she of the navy la already being beetaged by forntRn fruit arixtous to Mmire contract Tho IBMalan attempt to turn Gen Okus tell Hank IMB proved eompJeiu failure Over IN000 men were en Mufti la the Huaalaa demonstration aanlnat the Janaiteae peatton Itaate- idatsly east of Helbouta a force strong enough la hove hue successful aa only about one Japanese division was shot against them The Httaalan loss to estimated nt over 4090 al though prlMneni say that ona real moat was practically annihilated It M evident that both armies are preparing ror a battle when the wwith crhaodeata MISCELLANEOUS NEWS ITEMS ensue disturbance are reported at Cdjtoa r Thauaamis of workman gain crtAlaai Deputy Uasatnakl UM Iea4 or Oalirlan socialists made a speech denouncing the cur Maxim Gorky the author who was arrested at Riga fer his connection wltli tiff revolutionary movement has Hon released At Newport News Va the aubtna rifle boat Simon Lake X WM submerg rJ 33 feet and returned to lie surface In 30 seooHtla This outs In half the ntkrA held by the French type of SHlJtnartne which la ono minute William F MoLauRhirn a ptonoor mejrcbafct br Chicago and proprietor of tho oldest and largest coffee Im porting and roanling house In Chlca ap Ia land The Interstate commerce commie IIIon farwardwl to the attorney gon era A roimrt on the Investigation of the charges that the Atchison Topeka ft Santa Fo rullroad lane been grunting rebates to this Colorado Fuol and lima eo tho report showing that tho law had boen violated Kentucky court of appeals Issued a lubpoenn directing Magistrate Edwards of Ilrftnthltt county to appear before that court and tostlfy as to tho arrests of the Hargtsos Callahan and SpIcoK In that county and to bring a record of his court In tho caso Tho Isthmian canal commission has awarded a contract for furnishing howl crofts ties made of red cypress for Construction work on tho canal SccnHnry Taft received from Deem ing treasurer of tho Panama Railroad Co n check for 344435 as a dividend on tho government holdings of 68883 shares of Innnma railroad stock Tho Idaho donate passed a bill pro viding that may person found guilty of polgamy filial bo sentenced to pay n fine of from 200 to 2000 and suffer Imprisonment from six months to five years Another measure makes adultery n crime punishable by fine and Imprisonment Personal assurances of late Intention to amollorato tho conditions and ro move tho causes In so far as thoy aro economic which led to the recent strike were delivered by Emperor Nicholas to worklngmon representing nIt tho lending factories of St Peters burg who at his invitation Journeyed to TsarskooSolo Fifteen Btoroa wero destroyed by fro at Stafford Kan Total loss 50 000 The town was saved by a snort flea macho byJI Ball who permit ted a back firo to bo started In his building on which no Insurance wn tarried At Windsor Vt a few hours aCtor receiving tho last rites of tho Catho He church and hearing her father con fufieor rend tho prayers for tho dying Mrs Mabel Rogers who was sentenced to die upon tho gallows for tho mar der of her husband was reprieved for four months by tile governor The Missouri nonato democratic by more than two lhirds majority adoptS ed a house Joint resolution calling up on Missouris delegation In congress to support President Roosevelt In lei proposed railroad legislation Funk Ootcli of Humbotdt la sue coetfully defended his tltlo of cham plan of tho United States In a wrest thug match with Tom Jenkins of Cleveland Tho continued freozo threatens to calico an oyster famine Thousands of hangars have boon thrown out of work In Lynn Haven and Chesapeake bay tho James York and Ilappahan nook rivers AsfllBtant Secretary of the Navy Darling tendered his resignation to President Iloosovolt Ho will bo ap pointed collector of the port of Bur IIngton of the district of Vermont Fire entirely destroyed Codar Court the country house of Otto H Kuhn senior member nf tho firm of Kuhn Lost ft Co situated near Morrfstown N J Lou about 400000 Gov Vnnlnman nail other membora of the Mlsalsslmil board of control of the fttalaa prison ptirohased live stock for the state plantation which la culllVHlwl by convict labor An linmenM tae floe drifted gainst Intake of the SI Louie water worka for a time diminishing the capacity of the Intake two thirds ny the will of It A Goodnow ol Worcester Mtuw Tushogeo Normal and Industrial Institute Oberlin eel loge Oberlln 0 trustees of North Seminary Hugtisnnt Somlnery Well Ington South Africa Washburn eel loge Topeka Kan get 1000 each Pursued and treed for eight hours liy a paek of timber wolves with thp temperature 30 degrees below zero has been the experience of Mans Peter son a farmer of Corn Valley near Lacrosse Wis Fire in Shamokln Pa destroyed the stocking factory of Paubor Co Anther planing mill and lumberyards four dwellings and some other properties The loss Is estimated at 1MMO T J Lannon 51 retired morehant of Leeds Mo must suffer the amputa Hon of his hands and feet as the result of an attack by a footpad He was knocked senseless and laid In the cold for bow re- Senator HansbroHgh Introduced ti the form et an amendment to the sunS dry o11 bill a measure which It adopt ed would have the effect of repealing floe drawback provision of the Dinghy act la so far astt applies to wheat Gin Johnson of Minnesota laid be fore the pardon board a letter from Cola Younger the former bandit who was pardoned after serving H years of a life sentencs In which he asks that the oondkloaal futures attached to his pardon be eliminated The reprieve by Oov Bell of Ver mont of Mrs Mary Itoajera who was to be hanged has brought to Gov Pennynaeker talegrama front all overt e country asking him to reprieve Mrs Kate Kdwarde who Is under sen tence of death In Reading Pa on February 18 W 3 Champ secretary for VII liam Ziegler baa engaged Capt KJel denaan to command the Arctic steamer Terra Nova on her approaching roy age to the far north Senator Crane Introduced a bill ap propriating 160000 for the establish mont of a leprosarium for the segre Ration of lepers and to prevent till spread of leprosy In the United States Fire destroyed a part of tho Ingle side homo for women at Buffalo Our woman was killed and four wero se riously hurt Ono may die The final contrast has been signed for the Chinese government gold loan of 1000000 for tho payment of the balance required for converting the Boxer Indemnity Into gold soys n Pe king dispatch Mrs Cnsulo L Chmhvlok refused to sign a petition to Gov Ponnypackor of Pennsylvania to commute tho sen tence of Kate Edwards convicted of tho murder of hor husband and son tenced to bo hanged William C Lyons was found guilty of illegal voting by a Jury In the crim inal court nt Denver William Kolloy and Charles Mueller pleaded guilty to charges of being acccseorlos to Illegal voting and woro glvon 90 days onch In Jail Arrayed in all tho glory of wedding finery and with 200 pairs of admiring eyes looking on Frank Voncunas re fused to tako Miss Helena Hasklns for his brldo In St Josephs Catholic church at Mahanoy City Pa and fled from tho church Tho homo of Charles Otis and fam fly In Canastota N Y was destroyed by fire and three young children were burned to death Mrs Otis aged about 35 was probably fatally burned Tho government will establish at Richmond Ind a station for field ex periments with Insects affecting seeds grains and grasses At tho Bollalro 0 plant of the Carncglo Steel Co occurred a fatal accident In which six mon were bur lOll beneath a slldo of oro and four were killed Tho monthly comparative statement ut government receipts and expendi tures shows that for January 1905 tho receipts wero 43410285 and tho expenditures 49628299 leaving a do felt for tho month of 0218014 Tho army transport Sherman sailorS for Honolulu Guam and Manila She carried tho officers and men of the 21st Infantrybound for the Philippines john McDonald a wealthy businessman and politician died at Kvanavllle Ind of blood poisoning as the result of trimming his corns with n rusty knife Itev Joseph Walter Warder a noted Baptist pastor aged 79 died In Louh vlllo Ky For 23 years ho was seen tary of the Baptist state board of mil alone In Kentucky Gen George Holquln financial delegate of Colombia Is In Paris trying to arouse European suspicions regarding tho United States designs on South America In the course of an Inter vlow ho points out that tho United States Is gradually obtaining completo Influence there tho final object being to shut out European trade While a party of eight bqyj was coasting down Beach street hill Bat tie Crook Mich their bobsled crash od Into a rapidly moving Michigan Central train George Lundy aged 12 was Instantly killed and Leo Sharkey aged 10 had his left log severed by tho oar wheels At Roanoko Va tho Jury in the case of Clmrlos n FIshburn tho young banker oqil broker charged with Uu murder of Dr Fred Lofcw a promt nent young physician In October last brought in a verdict of voluntary man slaughter and fixed tho punishment at five years In tho penitentiary George II Armstrong a woll known telegraph operator employed by the Western Union Co in Houston Tax committed suicide by taking a doso of strychnineOn of many persons who are said to have InvAled monoy In the CoOperative Turf association Post Olfico Inspector C F Anderson with Deputy United States Marshal Fowler arrested J F Barrett of Chi CAp on n charge of using tho mulls to defraud Llndnay Owens of Marietta 0 emptied the contents of a revolver into his wifes body He then walked to an oft tank on his farm sot It on fire and plunged Into the fiery mass His wits It Is thought will live John Caseae gave an exhibition nf how ho would commit suicide In New Orleans and aa a result Is suffering with a bullet wound In the nock Cat eae took four cartridges out of his re volver He forgot to remove the fifth In a crowing collision at Raisin Cen her Mich between a Lake Shore pat senger train and a westbound Wabash freight Engineer Sheldon Stone and Fireman Lancaster both of the pot senger train were kllod Leo Ososkle aged 2 years and his baby brother James aged 2 months children of a shipyard laborer wore suffocated to death by smoke In their homo at Wyandotte Mich In a sermon on Child Labor at St Peters cathedral Scranton Pa lit Rev M J Hobon bishop of Scranton ague out unequivocally for permitting working boys to play athletic games suits amounting to 111 000 have beau filed In the county court at Tuscalooea Ala Bach of the suits were for 7000 and woro filed by the nonunion minors nt Brookwoot against the United Mine Workers of America United Mine Workers of America District No 20 and the loci organization there or No OBC The strike movement In Poland baa spread to the governments of Warsaw Patrikau Relies Badom Lublin and Stmlkl Martial law nas been declared In Kails Radom and Stodloe Property to tim amount of 2400M was destroyed by fire In Birmingham Ala Mlse Louise Schroeder was shot and Instantly killed by Emil Bolllnger Q Janitor In Now York Ho was arrest ed after being seriously injured in in attempt to escape Ho says the woman ruined his life The dead body of Mrs John A Kirk Patrick WAS found In the book yard ol an unoccupied house In Allegheny PH only a short distance from hoi homo Sho had been murdered and the morgue physician states that the woman had beon criminally assaulted Norman Geyser n foimor admirer ol the woman was arrested Thoro Is good reason to bollevo that a revolution In Vonoxuela is contem platedDuring a snowslldo at Tollurldo Col Tyrlo Sneod Collard son of Rev J H Collard of Bl Paso Tex and nephew of tho lato Chief Justlco Col lard of Toxas was killed lockod in tho frigid grip of a pyra midal Ico gorgo and unable to turn wheel or rudder tho big stoamor Hud son burned to the water lino at Cln clnnatl Maddened by Jealousy James C Kennedy foreman at tho plant of tho Union Springs Manufacturing Co at Now Kensington Pa sent seven bul lets Into tho body of Howard M Eb norBrig Gen Clarence Smith com mander of tho West Virginia National Guard at Fairmont died of a nervous disorder Tho general never recov ered from a disease ho contracted In tho SpanishAmerican war Dr James A Freer well known phy sician and surgeon of Washington City 4G was found dead at a country Inn near that city whero ho had gono for the night- President Roosevelt signed a bill which Immediately transfers the ad ministration of tho federal forest ro servos including Umber sales appli cation for tho tree uso of timber anti permits for grazing live stock to tho department of agriculture Attorney Victor Roland OShoa 21 twIce tried for tho murder of his young wife was found guilty by a Chicago Jury which fixed the degree at manslaughter Tho retirement of Interior Minister SvlalopolkMlrsky was officially an nounced M Durnovo becomes acting minister of the Interior REVOLT IN ARGENTINE Armed Revolutionists March on the Capital Government Is In Possession of Message Which Express Confidence In the Prompt Suppression of the Outbreak Buenos Ayros Fob GThe rovoln tlonary movement that was announc cd at Longano about 20 miles from here broke out shortly after midnight Armed groups attacked and took pop session of several police stations They established pickets at various pointsPresident Qulnlnna and somo of the Ministers proceeded to the police do pnrtmont hf u to tako measures for tho public safety The minister of war Gen Godoy took up hula post at the arsenal Several officers of the army are found to have given their adhesion to the movement but though It is bo llevod to be entirely of a military na tore it Is Impossible as yet to apprc dido its true scopo Tho Ninth regiment of cavalry and the corps of engineers are pledged to Iho rising Those troops started from the Campo do Mayo a military on tatnpment near Buenos Ayres In a itarch against the capital and the minister of war has sent a regiment of cavalry against them Owing to the partial Interruption of telegraphic and railroad services pro else Information concerning the insur- rectionary movement In tho province Is unobtainable but the government evidently Is In possession of favorable messages which express confidence In tho prompt suppression of the out- breAk C T BECKWITH DEAD He Was President of Defunct Citizens National Bank of Oberlin Oberlin 0 Fob CC T Beokwlth president of the dofunot Citizens Na tional bank of this city Is dead after two days of unconsciousness dur Ing which dissolution was oxpeclod at any moment Only the family sun rounded the deathbed of tho banker Mr Beckwlth was about G6 years of age On December 14 last the fedora grand Jury in Cleveland returned five Indictments against Bockwith upon the charge of violating the national banking laws In connection with the loans made to Mrs Cosele L Chad wlok by the CltiaenH National bank of Oberlln of which deceased was the president From the day of his arrest Beokwlth8 health failed rapidly as a result of worry over his troubles He frequently declared during his ness that hu wanted to die For soy oral days prior to his death he ro fused to take food In any form Death resulted directly from heart trouble The death of President Beckwltr may materially weaken the ease of forgery and conspiracy to misapply bank funds now charged against Mrs Chad wlok WASHINGTONS BIRTHDAY The Grangers Want It Observed as Farm Home and Factory Day s New York Fob 6A proclamation Addreeeed to the American People wits promulgated from the various state capitals undor tho auspices of the National Grange Patrons of HUB bandry and various national labor and agricultural organizations declaring that Washingtons birthday be observ ed as Farm Homo and Factory Day It advises that upon this day tho pee pie concentrate their thought upon the conditions for the betterment of the homo farm and factory Tho procla mation recllos a number of reforms as the bject of the movement among them being government authority over railroads sufficient to abolish unjust rates and discrimination a pArcels post permitting packages up to 11 pounds in weight and a post cheek currency post- BATTLE OF HOIKUTAI Japs Lost 162 Officers and 5500 Men Killed or Wounded London Feb According to the Dally Malls Toklo correspondent Lieut Con Tachlmi In command of tho Eighth Japanese division boro too brunt of the fighting In the battle of Holkutal Ho was constantly opposed by superior forces but continued fight ing till the last with a total loss or 162 officers and 5500 men killed or wounded Death of Capt J C Grannan Cincinnati Feb 6Capt J C Grannnn known throughout the coun try us ono of tho notable detective managers of his time died al the homo of his nieces the Misses Oran nan in West Seventh street Capt Orannan had been for months with n complication of diseases Gen Dead London Feb GOon Matzumura according to the Tokio correspondent of the Dally Telegraph died at tho front from congestion of tho brain He commanded the operations at 2u3 Metro and was decorated and promoted for heroism Strikers Driven Back Sosnovlco Feb 0 Strikers to tljc number of 15000 marched from Dom brovo to this place and attempted to reach tho Warsaw station but Cos sacks drove them back without using their weajoana I- m INTERESTING STATE NEWS I REPUBLICANS IN CONTROL Amended Capitol Site Bill Passed By the Kentucky Senate Frankfort Fob 2The senate passed the houso bill selecting the Hunt site with the amendments agreed on by the conference committee Ttu vote stood 25 to 4 and was a surprise It was not regarded as an administra tion victory for had It not been for the nntladnilnlstratlon senators and the republicans the bill would have boon defeated Senator Cox rep of Mason Is credited with somo shrewd move that helped to bring about the agreement In the conference committee It Is believed that the bill as amended will have a hard time to pass the house as Representative Wolfs the author of the house bill will speak against It and several other members who voted for It be fore will vote against It In Its present form The republicans probably hold the key to the situation and can pass or defeat the bill but It is said that only two republicans Black and Han na will vote for it Frankfort Ky Feb aTo1o houso of representatives refused to concur In the senate amendment to the house Hunt site bill which provided for 20 000 additional to buy more ground in front of the site The other amend meats were concurred In The bill now goon back to the senate and a vote taken as to whether or not the senate will recede from that amend mont If it refuses a conference com mittee will como next which moans that another week will bo added to the session Eight or ten senators probablethattion will bo taken before Monday Frankfort Ky Feb 4The senate refused to recede from Its amendments to the houso Hunt alto bill in which the house refused to concur In and a conference committee was ap compromIseThothe appropriation 20000 to buy addi tional grounds for tho site and to make the appropriation independent of the mi111on dollar one of last ses sion Both the senate and house adjourned till Monday at noon In mem ory of Gov Goobol who died five years ago DOUBLE TRAGEDY Girl Murdered and Man Found Dying From Bullet Wound Loulsvlllo Ky Fob 4ln a room at tho Laolede hotel a rooming house Mrs Nellie Klelnstuber of 411 East Walnut street was found dead with a bullet wound in the back of her head and Gus Stlefvoler of 819 Marshall street was found fatally wound ed with a bullet hole In the side of his head The man had evidently shot the woman and himself The woman was tho wife of Oscar Klelnstubor but had lived apart from him for soy oral years and went by her maiden namo Nellie Shaw She worked at the Falls City woolen mills Stlof valor who is a pipefitter had been keeping company with the woman for two years was extremely jealous of her and on several occasions throat onod her Thoy went to the lodging house and registered as man and wife SUefvalor claims the woman killed herself and that he then shot him self There Is little or no chance for his recovery IPolson In the Coffee Fob 4Tho lives of 20 boarders in the Ansonla apart moat house In Parkland wore endan gored by poison in tho coffee The Negro chef Anthony Haley drank some of the beverago before sending It to bo served and became ill Ho is in a serious condition He accuses a domestic The detectives are at work 1Old Soldier Frozen To Death Ky Fob aJohn Allman a soldier of the confederacy was found frozen to death in his shanty a tow miles from hero He lived alone over since the close of tho war and has no known relatives In this coun try Ho was a native of Scotland Explosion in a Sawmill Mndlsonvllle Ky Fob 4Tho saw mill of Anton Bruckon six mllo3 from Madlaonvlllo wen blown up by tho explosion of the engine and Jamos Hondrlcks 29 was Instantly killed The mill owner Anton Brucken lives in Evansvllle Ind IA Postmaster Operated On Ky Fob 2D F Bro naugh Lexington Eastern railroad agent and postmaster at Montrose In this county was brought to the St Jo sophs hospital here and operated on for appendicitis Ho Is the soninlaw of Representative W I Hughes Louslvllle Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Feb 3 Following Is offerings on the Louisville market including all the warehouses Bur ley 735 hhds dark 112 ltd uds total 847 hhds Original Inspections Got hhds reviews 156 hhds rejections 146 hhfls Newspaper at Campton Campton Ky Feb 4A corpora tion has been organized at this place for tho purpose of publishing a weekly newspaper here The paper will be democratic in politics and the first Isere will bo pubilshea about February 9 River Closed at Henderson Henderson Ky Fob 3Tbe Ohio is practically closed hero where an Ice gorge has fonricd just above and against the piers of the Henderson bridge The river In falling hero The river will freeze across WRIT OF PROHIBITION It Was Granted To the Attorneys of Hargls By the Appellate Court Frankfort Ky Feb ITile len tucky court of appeals granted a temporary writ of prohibition against Judge Watts Parker of the Fayette city court restraining him from pro ceedlng under the indictment recent ly found In that court against James Hargls and others charging complicity In the murder of Town Marshal Cockrlll of Jackson and from at tempting to toko the persons charged Into custody pending final action by the court of last resort hero The court then set tho case down for oral argument before it on Friday February 10 next when it will pass final ly on the motion of the persons charg ed for a permanent writ of prohibi tion In tho meantime tho defend ants are at liberty to visit Lexington or go elsewhere without fear of ar restAttorneys for tho Hargises say that when tho appellate court passes upon tho motion for a writ their clients will appear in whichever court has juris diction of tho charge against them No application will be made for troops to bring the Harglsos to Lexington until after tile court horn has acted finally In the matter of jurisdiction Jackson Ky Feb 1Judgo James Hargls expressed himself as Loins very much pleased with tho granting by the court of appeals of a writ of prohibition restraining further proceedings In the James Cockrill case by the Fayette county authorities FIRE CLAY PROPERTIES Ohio Capital It Interested Extensively In Kentucky Louisville Ky Feb 4 Capitalists of Cincinnati and Hamilton 0 are In conference with Loulsvlllo business men regarding the location In this city of a plant for the manufacture ol fire brick and all fireclay products the erection of which will cost more than 75000 About 500 acres In Madison and Rockcastle counties which aro said to he rich in deposits of fire clay have been purchased by the Ohio and the Louisville men An effort is being made to secure the location of the plant In Cincin anti but the railroad facilities In regard to tho shipping of the clay from Madison and Rockcastlo counties are considerably more direct to and from Louisville than to and from Cincin nati and this it is thought will Influence the decision In favor of this city NEW SCHOOL BUILDING Cynthfana Will Erect One To Cost About 35000 Cynthlana Ky Feb 3The board of education of tho city of Cynthlana mot to award the contract to the arch Itoct having tho best plans for the now city school building which Is to cost 35000 HVb men are on hand with their plans among them Haywan Weber of Cincinnati The board did not fully adopt plans but will closely Inspect plans of contending architects Much interest and lively competition among various architects Is shown The Feltners Arrested Winchester Ky Feb 4A telegram from Sheriff McCord announces the arrest of Moses Feltncr at Haz ard Tho officers McCord and Sfoko ly will start at once for Winchester with the prisoner Felix Feltner Is also under arrest at his home In Les lie county but Is too sick to bo brought here Death Sentence Affirmed Frankfort Ky Fob 2The court of appeals affirmed the death sentence given George B Warner of Loulsvlllo for tho murder of Pulaski Leeds su perintendent of machinery for the L N railroad Warner was a discharged employe and shot Leeds with out warning while he was sitting In his once Divorced Couple Remarry Ellzabethtown Ky Feb fDoc Jenkins of Bowling Green and Mrs Sallle Jenkins of this county were married near town by Rev A P Ly on After living together for tea years they were divorced and after a separation of 12 years were remarried The Tallest Elk Weds Frankfort Ky Feb 2 Scott Brown a wealthy young farmer of this county left for Louisville to marry Mss Lillian Thompson a teacher of this city Drown la six feet eight Inches tall and won tho prize at tho Elks reunion In Baltimore In 1903 for being the tallest Elk In tho United States Will Burn Natural Gas Covlngton Ky Feb 4 Covlngton xIII soon burn natural gas Instead or coal It has become known that the Kenton Oil Gas and Mineral Co has quietly held for several mouths a s well producing 300000 cubic feet a day Paducah Street To Be Paved Paducah Ky Fob 1Tho board of public works selected 52 blocks of street to bo paved this year with brlok asphalt or some other malarial The cost of the Improvements will bo In the neighborhood of 260000 I Hvl I II 111111 1 1 +11 East End Drug CO DEALERS IN PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES See our 5c and lOc counter A WONDER OF GLASS- WORK Come and look at the nicest line of QUEENS WARE over in Berea We also carry a nice line of FRESH GROCERIES and STAPLE ARTICLES at the lowest prices CALL AND SEE US PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY H C WOOLF Prop +J 1 J H 1 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 and extra good Can be bought right Also a small house and lot in Wai laceton Ky with a good garden five wiles west of Berea Ky Two churches and a schoolhouse in sight For further particulars call on E B WALLACE Phone 63 Berea Ky S McGuire is at all times thoroughly prepared to deal with eye troubles Your eyes examined by the very best and latest option Instruments His work gives satisfaction for prices on all his work aro 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 correct treatme- ntOPTICIAN Berea Ky tiFor Sale I About ten or twelve building 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 Hills Store New Furniture outfit and every con venience for firstclass Hair cutting Shampoo or Shave They say money does not make people happy Try a box of I V UNSURP- ASSABLECANDIES I JOES Richmond Ky ole Agent Mail orders promptly filled f f x SIRES AND SONS Governor Edward C Stores of Ne w Jersey Is u bachelor The Karl of Hosebery claims to hate invented the now famous Knglln toast The Empire Hear Admiral Cotflilau In common d of the Brooklyn navy yang Is slxt y Dud has two years yet to serve before retirement II B Stock the chief florist nt tbe St Louis exposition planted during Ills service more than 15000000 flowers He lies mccpted u position with the government In Washington Lord Howard do WnKloti of 12iif laud has made himself preeminent 111 the art of fencing He Is one of till best swordsmen lu Britain and Is nl most as much nt home with the an clent srtords of the ages of romance III with modest wenpons Sir Ernest Ciissel of England has what Is practically n private orchestra which for some months In the year follows him from Newmarket to Lou lIon cud even to Switzerland The con ductor Is permanently retained nut the musicians nre engaged for n long seasonGeneral Kuropntkln Is nn expert In botany and geography and he Is Inter ested In the progress made tram week to week In nil tho sciences Scleutlti IHTlodlcals are sent to him lu Muuohit rla from Russia France and CJermauy As an author he Is brat known by hiM Beographlc works- Cougressuiau InC y who represents the Sixth Iowa district has nut ului times being beaten once and the total of his majorities for seven of the times he was elected was 0718 Last November he wus chosen by au olllela majority of 0718 exactly equaling the total of all his previous majorities The Earl of Suffolk whose marrlngi to Miss Daisy Loiter sister of lardy Ctirzuu took place nvcutly Is de seended from two kings Kdward 1 ono of the English riautogoncts and Philip the Hold of France lie is twon tyelght yeses old and Is In time lirltlsl army being Loral Curzons uldde camp What ArnliM net The ItiMoiiln grabs are wmull enters Six or seven dates soaked In mcltet butter serve a man A wlwle tlsy with a very stimuli iimutlty of iwrse Hour or a little ball of rico All Run Dawn HIS is a common cxpres H Zion we hear on every side Unless there L some organic trouble the con dition can doubtless be remedied Your doctor is the best adviser Do not dose yourself with a kinds of advertised remedies get his opinion More than itkch you need a concentrated fat foo to enrich your blood and ton up the system Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is just such a food in its best form It will build up the weakenci and wasted body when aI other foods fail to nourish I you are run down or emaciated give it a trial t it cannot hurl you It is essentially the bcs possible nourishment for delicat children and pale anaemic girls We will send you a sample free rturInthe wuppcrof every bottl of Criuliuii you hay SCOTT DOWN Chemists L 409 Purl Strict New SOc end l Ai O tU PRODUCECHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at topnotch prices by J S GOTT Depot Street Berea Ky IIII I II I Eastern Kentucky News Jno eorrttpOBdec pnbliibeJ noleti iftned is tan by Ui writer The same Is sot for pnbUuUoa bat ti u erllene of rood faith Write plainltLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLuL MADISON COUNTY BARE KNOB Feb OMrB Sydney Van Winkle writingDmlleyCreek Sunday 0 M Payne of Disputanta was in Bcrea Saturday and SundayW M Gubbardi little boy fell into n kettle of boiling water Saturday morning and got burned very badlyThera seems to be quito nn attraction at or near Kingston for T J Lako He was in that vicinity Sunday again accompanied by his cousin C M Mullins of Berea Richard Clift is improvingOwing for a week or two the citizens of this locality are not engaged in work very heavily und quite Ire quently tho sound of their rifles is hoard echo and reecho from hill to hill One of the most noted marksmen ot this number is C G Baker While rumbling over Bare Knob last week taking a fair view of the grand scenery of rooks and caverns he was greatly surprised to see nn enormous fox Ho levelled his rifle tookgoOllnim and put an end to tho sly old Reynard Koto S Luke visited Walnut Grove School last Tuesday HICKORY PLAINS Feb 3Miss Ellen Evans nnd Frank Abney were united in marri ago at Rev McCullys in Boron Thursday January 2ftJoff Wilson 111lIawhas recently visited tho families ol Daniel Maupin Bud hush and J EI Cornelison Eli Cornelison and wife spout Thursday with Bud Bush am- idfamilyMiss Corn Isaacs of Whites Station was tho guest of Misses Joicio and Tola Harris last week WALLACETON Fob OH II Sopor and wife and Oscar Gabbard spent Saturday night with David McCollum and family Isaac Botkins expects to start for Illinois in n tow daysIVilI Rogers has secured job as drummer from W G White Company and is now traveling for thorn CaleGuimi is all smiles now over tho arrival ofa fine boy at his house Floyd Kidd has bought Squire Lunsfonls farm near here James Wiley bought Tom Clarks farm a Cow days ago OWSLEY COUNTY BOONEVILLE Fob 4Miss Lucy Mahan the evangelist closed n successful revival meeting at Cllfty last week After visiting for a fow days among her friends in town size loft Wednesday for her homo in London whore she willspend a few days with her parents before again engaging in her evangelistic work As a result of her labors in this vicinity covering a period of over two mouths work at Milltown Boonevillo and Clifty she reports 107 conversions 13 sanctifi- cations and 00 additions to the vari ous churches Booueville will feel tho mpress of her work for years to come Price Bros time popular- young merchants at Levi have dis posed of their stock of general mer chandise to Mr A J Kidd of Sturgeon who will continue tho business at the old stand having taken possession last week Wo I bespeak for him a continuation of tho splendid trade built up by the young men by their popularity nnd business integrity CharteR Hogg was a busi ness visitor at Beattyville last week Born to Mr and Mrs Ike Wilder Wednesday February 1 a fine baby boy And Ike is ppywell I guess 1 Rev Arthur Connell of Paducah n Kya former minister of the Metho dist church at this place dropped into Boonoville last week for a two weeks visit with old friends Ho is ou his way home from Harlan whore revivalkagedbyears was Thursday at Halls Chapel Rev W A E Campbell officiating Dr William Hogg of Jackson was culled to Boonevillo last week by tho illness of his father Uncle Steve lIogg We are pleased to note that Uncle Store is able to be about againAmong tho now students from a distance enrolled at tho Academy this week are Messrs Ed Treadwny of Vincent and Whitley Mays of SturgeonIti- s reported that two of the prominent young people of tho White Oak community pre soon to le united in mar riage Mr Arch Scale and Miss Collie Holcotnb are tho fortunate persons Tho cowbell band should begin to tune upTho meetings of tho Literary society are growing in Interest and ore largely attended Last week tho debate was on tho relative merits of city and country life Arch Clark and Nannie Wilson 1 ably presented the pleasures and profits orcity life while Flon Cawood and John G Nenco upheld tho virtues of tho country in yvh coloring An invitation is extended to nil to attend time sessions of the society1 weekly prayer meeting has been established in Boonevillo since tho closo of tho revival meetings and ore held each Thursday evening OABBARD Feb tTho thermometer has been down to zero several times during tho past weekR W Win ter of Boonevillo was hero WeduW pay after ImyDr J M Kash nnd wife loft last week Ho will go to time medical college to rfmnno his studies Matthias Hornsby who moved to Jackson County a few mouths ago has moved back to his old homo near FloydDeputy Sheriff W D Wilson of Boonovillo was at this plat Wednesday Jacob Gabbard Jr is on the sick list nt this writing Grant Hornsby Ronin law of Wiley Murrell is very sick with oonsumptiou at this writing Ho in taking treatment under n prominent Cincinnati O surgeon Tom Flannory of Major who has IXMJIJ employed at tho State Capitol at Frankfort for tho past four or five yours has returned to his homo on Doe Crwk- JACKSON COUNTY SAND GAP Feb 4Wo are having a very severe Winter BO Imd that farniura are getting behind with their work Corn and feed stuff are gutting scarce Corn is 75 cents per bushel and very scarce at that Jacob Italian has purchased n steam mill of Jess Xeely for 5500 and moved it to the Wyatt farm on Clover Bottom A good grist mill will bo a great advantage to the citizens of this locality Tho Holland BroH are running ii they grind two days out of tho week Matthias Seaborne is selling out to go to Cincinatti James Brockinan and Willis his brother loft for Hamilton Ohio James W Williams is talking of rctumetllfrom Hill church house on the old Stale road Ho loaves u wife and four children and a host of relatives and friends to mourn his loath L B Martin and B C Martin are talking of moving to Illinois this Fall James lances has sold the farm ho bought from T J Cogle on Clover Bottom to tho Truett DrORI T Morris Kays he is going to the West this FallG V Clemmons and Bill Powell and Sam Bryant and Sam Standifor pranehetlnt the Sandgap Schoolhouse lust Sunday had H good crowd and good behavior CLAY COUNTY ONEIDA Feb 1The boys and girls of this plat are attending church at the Chapel conductor of tho ser vices Mr Argebrite from Georgetown Soven turned from their sins last night Wo wish the Church good luck Skating and hunting are the principal occupations of tho people at the present time Miss M M Smith of Endec is at this place studying shorthand and typo writing Leonard Wood who isI hero going to school paid his father n visit last Friday and Saturday Time school of Oneida is doing won llOOpleDurnoy making staves on Buffalo Spring term of tho Oneida school will begin the 20th day of March nnd willcloso the 10th of May ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Feb 0P S Callaham wont Berea Saturday on businessD 01 Waddlo and Sam Shearer wore at Rockford The schoolhouse Sntur1dayabout 300Rev F P Bryant his regular appointment nt Scaffold Cano Saturday nnd Sunday Mrs W II Linville who has been sick is some bettor Mr and Mrs John Quinn visited J F Sims Saturday Miss Ella Lake was in Scaffold Cane Saturday More snow than news these days Get out your aloigha boys and give your best girls a ride Watch out and dont forget Vulen tine Day tho 14th nnd send your bent girl or friend n valentine FOR SALE Some nice clover hny 50 cents per hundred delivered when not less than ton is purchased Also 28 tons of nice Timothy baled hay 00cents pr hundred under similar condition SntLBf 0 TUDOR Bern Ky I Carriage Satisfaction Here II Our Vehicles are overy one FLAWLESS In wheel body finish and trimmings No other sort could give the satisfaction our than HERE No bettor time to uy than NOW Prices down to Rockbottom Qualities up to Topnotch We repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY WORKS- C F HIGGINS Ky Blame No One But Yourself- if You Dont Get Well When Sick AH we can do Is give advice Of eoun thats easy But our advice Is really worth a little more to you than most peoplea for wa offer to give yea the tint bottl of our medicine free It It falls to help you we could not afford to do this unless our medUdti was tool Such an user on the wrong kind of mHIelne would put ft merchant prince In the poor house Dr Mllns Nervine however a years of experience hove proved U a medi cine that cures the sick Those whom It cannot benefit ten than one In ten thounand we prefer to refund their money All we uk of you Is to try Dr Miles Restorative Nervine for your complaint If you surfer from leepleftes nervous exhaustion dlxzlness h iJeJie mus cular twltehlnc metaMlMly lots of memory weak stomach poor UooJ bilious troubles tpMrpiy Bt VIliW Dance etc we will guarantee to bcnelU you or refund your money You are the doctor Turbecameao serious that we were Mmpel ed to take him out of school After several physicians had fallrti to relieve him wo Dr Miles Nervine a trial Ten month treatment with Nervine end LIver Fills restored our be t e t health CoMoclerkDeputy Co Dallas FREErtto us and we will malt Free Trial Package of Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom Blank for our Specialist to dtacnose tU yoU what I wrong androhwoyo right Hs Abtqlutrlr Krtc jCOw LABOUATOWE3 KUU1AKT IN aee I 40 1 I J I J 11 J J J I I 1 J J J J J to at We it to do more in that us first new no old new able and we can save money be n del our o o o 1j J J H J J 11 I J II J II J J J II J II J I J J H 2825Keeley8t Oct 2 1902 I suffered with fallingand con of the severe the groiiii 1 cut fered at tb time of men rtruatlonlhad to the brain What to 1 knew not for it seemed I bad tried all and failed but I bad tried Wine of that for sick women I it to take and soon knew the New to course my veins and after using eleven I was a woman Mrs Bush is now in because oho took Wine of Cardui for down and when all other failed to her Any sufferer may secure by tak ing of in ber home Tho first bottle the patient abs is on the road to For advice in cases address The Ladies Department The Buggies Phaetons Surries TrapsDurable GracefulUseful giveNo CARRIAGE Wo have th- eMoat Shop as tho II D Meat Store on Main Street and will have fresh meat on hand all the time Come and ui for fair treatment Your la here Durham Bros Main Street Derea Ky OVER STOCKED IN Shoes and Will cut Priori to suit your rune Phone A P SETTLE Depot Street Ky Learn buy Afbuckle Simmons WINTER SALE believe pars sacrifice profits and business this policy keeps with the seasons goods stock horeeverthing bright clean Season Reasonable We know you good Make Selections from Complete Lines oo oo Arbuckle SimmonsRICHMOND KY 111 HII HiHH III 1111 Dragging Paiii gwtion through blinding headaches that never Cardul blessed remedy found pleasant that medicine blood seemed through bottles well perfect health menstrual disorders bearing pains blinding headaches remedies bring relief health Wine Cardui convinces health requiring special directions giving Advisory Chattanooga Chattanooga Te- nnWiNEarCARDUi RunaboutJ ComfortableStylish PropRJbmood bought Known Massey trade iiolictod Clothing Jr BOrN SPECIAL aaW hrp- pastes Iltera an4lb t Mt tie driltrt ersrrw Wr rtnituTae erema- I It iuW1 Imoads I MID M4 rt IIII Aol i f jsdale 14 tH lor- Iunte ra- lt ism Ire lt1UUl KIIKr1 L ju rrann I 1t1U1 =I W7H Pnhil BuLey Von Than OouUit In four Hare IfCAIION8 w J lMugliMnmkn ilBrll more mens 5SJlanIiWshoee IklIl1l1rOlhof 111l1li urminrarIn the VlihalgtaS41aud111AahoecpluedIle other lunkK Sr ulna to btI asCaod ordinaryp1oMad tf tin best leatlitn IncMlm Mint prlW U DoiwlM 44OO ant Lie Ubi prle511wh toe I Uou Urn to Coyle Hayes Main Street Berea Ky