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Digital page images are linked to the text file. b i HI+tiI+HI1iN1H + t I IEREA PUBLISHING CO- g 10 HINMAN Manager 0 H trtd at 1M POI at Btrta iy 01 second g jeIOI mailmatter HniIMMHHiM1MHH VOL l vi A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16 1905 One dollar a year NO H IIDEAS- A little effort will often euro n great evil- Expel dark thoughts by dwelling on bright ones Blunt honesty is better and kinder than polished hypocrisy Life in n voyage in u leaky ship but if wo keep pumping we Rhnl land in leaven TAKE NOTICE Tho Annual Band Concert occur next Tuesday night There will ho a varied program of tho Ixwt In inntrumontal music Tho Hand in In hotter condition than it has over IKWII to furnish a high class enter taitunont FROM THE WIDE WORLD Russian attacks on Wuitao moun tabs are said to hive IMJOII repulsed by the Jnpa A general tie upof ratio in Kiissit in threatened by tho inability of ship JXTH to get earn Tho Japanese Government is said to havo bought millions of bushels or oats in tho Dakotas The Japanese authorities nnnoiinc that hereafter thcv will opcnf firu on any colliers found In company with llnMinu warships The Prince of VnIe has Iron appointed Ixml Wnrdon of the Cinque Pools in wicccwion to Lord Curznn of Kodleaton IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Property worth over 100000 1111 destroyed by fire at Mobilo Ala Great damage was done at Smith laud when the ice from tho Cmiilwr laud river was forced into the Ohio riverspecial session of the house or Reprwenlntivwi Awns hold ywdnrday to pay tribute to tho memory of the late Senator Hoar About one thousand officerH in Porto Rico including police tomtit ere and clerks are to be taken into tho civil service President Ilndloyof Yalo in an address at Chicago yesterday Mid that Roosevelt had lifted tho pros Money out of politics Thu breaking up of the lee gorges at Cincinnati resulted in much damage to property ydo steamer sank another was cirri down tho river badlydamagedloose and sent down tho river Tho worst blizzard tho West has experienced in years swooped down upon that section and loss of much live stock resulted In several cased persons died from exposure Rail road traffic was impeded At Con cordin Kaa the thnrmomotet registered 22 degrees below zero A bill has been introduced into the Connecticut legislature providing that all persons within tho jurisdic lion of that state shall bo entitled tc the full and equal employment of the advantages facilities accommoda tions and privileges of inns hotels restaurants barber shops theaters public conveyances on land and water subject only to tho conditions and limitations established by law applicable alike to all citizens COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho lion J W Gilbert State Senator from tho Third Kentucky district in dead Dr J II Laurence one of the lest known mon of the mountain section dropped dead at Hyden Ky Oil operations in tho Kentucky Tonneseo field tho past week were up to expectations Five strikes wore made in Wayne county alone Oov IJockham Monday afternoon announced to tho two houses of the General Assomby his approval of the Capitol Site Bill Ho will sign il and tho Legislature will then adjourn sine die Kentucky Wesloyn College al Winchester wasidestroyed by fire with all its contents Tho loss is 75000 with insurance of 20000 It8S the ofliicial school of the Methodists of Kentucky and Vest VirginiaSeventeen citizens of Jackson Ky k wcro summoned to appear Imforo Court of Appeals to testify in the hearing to determine whether Fay otto or Breathitt county shall hav jurisdiction in tho case against tilt Hargises and Ed Callahan of Jack son Between 10000 and 15000 people attended tho opening services yester day in tho big religious revival in Louisville JofTcrsonvillo and New Albany After weeks of preparation tho great simultaneous movement was put under way with hardly hitclirnnd it Is estimated that several hundred conversions are tho result o the first days evangelistic work oo THE CITIZEN I KING ALFONSO XIII RIDING A CAMEL The young Vine of Spain In a dnrlnR honemnn and a somewhat reckless HUtouioblllxt anti his fondness for dangerous sports IK n oonMiittt sonnc of anxiety to till members of his rahlnrt He recently created n mild twiuntluu by taking a ride on the back of a camel VAST WEALTH IN TIES Railroads Spend 55000000 Yearly on Their Roadbeds TIMBER 18 RAPIDLY DnHNI8HINT William IL CurlU sacs American Liars Via I1 MIIM OO4O Worth of Wooil Annunllr mid Demand For II I InlnlfI1 Tin tnnl lifiirforr a Salnlllaln- Hx8enntor C V Mniulonon of Ne broikn who to general counnel for tho Burlington Kallroiul company nimle u roitiarknhle stHteiueut before the re cent forestry congress In Washington which ought to set people thinking and ns he miKKMted set them Jo plAUtliic trees also says William E Curtis the Chicago HeoonMIoralld WuhhiKloti rorrtwjrondent lie assort ed that ItlOIIt the railroad companies of the United States more than 460 000010 every tOil ywira to renew their lies without taking Into calculation the lOt of trantiH rtatlon or the labor of pludnp them In position Nor does he take Into necotiiit tilt Inevitable In crease In price an the supply lit dimin ished by cutting away the timber and the Rrowlnjr demand for ties Incident to the building of uew lines He does not Include the trolley sya toms which are extending so rapidly over the country as well as through tlin city streets nor the elevated railways nor subways nor private railway tracks In mining sad other districts nil of which combined will require at least 30 per cent its many tics annually as the Ktcam ratlronds and with other tint bee und lumber raise the total value of that sort of material used In construc tint to not loss than 100000000 a yearSenator Mnmlcnon gave an interesting calculation He showed that there are 2SU = miles of ordinary steam railroad trucks III the United States using an average of 1000 ties to the mile HO that 8M780000 ties have gone Into their construction The average life of an oak tie IN ten years Natural pine the last from four to six years and when treated with chemicals are preserved for about ten years Ten per cent of the ties now In use must be renewed annually making a yearly demnnd for replacement of 00000000 ties without considering new construe lion which amounts to about 0000 miles of track a year unit requires at least 18000000 additional tics and In creases the total consumption to about 110000000 trey per annum Oak ties cost about 55 cents each nat urnl pine ties cost IS cents each and when treated with preservations IS cents IIcuco the overage cost of the 110000000 ties which are now consum ed aummlly lit railway construction aud repair Is about CO cents each and the total cost not less than 50000000 Senator Mamlcrnon might have added the enormous amount of timber used for telegraph poles which are set at an average of forty to the mile along the railways of tho United States and cost front 0 to 10 each or an average of ThiseIs about 300 per mile An easy culcu latlun shows that not IPA thou 85 000000 Is Invested In telegraph poles by railroads alone which like the tics have to be renewed al stated periods Nor Is this all of the timber required for railway construction bridges ala tion houses platforms road crossings rolling stock Hiiowsheds doors nut trestle and other parts of the physical ofaisfmate the Uxpendlturiwofthe steam rpiltyucouu tautz of Way nllerI States for timber alone at 100000000 a year The rapid cutting away of the timber supply makes this n very Important proposition and as the Umber culture advocates assert there Is no more profitable Investment forvtho American people than to plant trees particularly oak trees The European railways have metal ties but railway builder In the United States will not use them They prefer Wood ties because they give elasticity to the roadhfT most Important for the preservation anti maintenance of the rolling stock Wood ties maintain the alignment of the rails no essential to safety better than any metallic substi title and are much more easily bandied and replaced Metal tit wilt do In Europe where the locomotives and the rolling stock are light bat In the United States loco motives tare Increased In weight In recent years from 25 tons to 110 toes and freight ears from twenty eight feet to forty feet In length and from 20000 to 100000 pounds capacity Modern scientific railway construc tlon requires an elastic roadbed to carry safely such heavy weights With metal ties or a solid stone bate the rails would wear very rapidly the heavy mogul engines would pound themselves to pieces very soon and the running gear of the cars would have to be renewed much more frequently than at present Thus far no safe or economical sub Htltnte lists ever been found for wooden tics nUll the railways of the country wlU continue to require annually ties and telegraph poles of a value equal to the output of all the gold mites In the worldCHURCH AND CLERGY Hev Dr V Ii Meyer of London will make a tour of n number of American cities thus spring A world conference of the Young Iens Christian association will beheld In 1arls next April It is said that the Hainan Catholic cathedral In Tcklug was built entirely by Chinese Catholics wild decorated by native artists According to the Congregatlonalltt the average Congregational minister dies at the age of sixtyseven after thirtyxlx yearn of ministerial service tntttri In the Senate California will he distinguished by having the hardest name In congress says the Los Angeles Cnll Herald Missouri hUll Its Senator Stone and In dlana hits its Representative Brick but they do not compare In hardness with Flint Maryland can claim the softest congressional tome In Its Representative Mudd Senor nation Ciirrnl- Itniuou Corral who n few weeks ago was sworn In as vice president of Mex leo Is the first man to serve in that capacity In the Mexican republic It Is generally expected that when President Dieuz dies or retires Senor Corral wilt be his successor lie is fifty years of age has lees reporter editor soldier law yer member of legis lature governor and cabinet member The Mexican vice president Is n good deal of a Yankee has been unlit In the Pities States Is educating as many of his time children as lire of school ago lu tlule Sums schools and favors the closest social and commercial relations between Mexico and the great republic on Its north lIe was born lu the state of Sonora of which he has twice been governor The Connie of Suffolk The Countess of Suffolk whose pic turn la o nErl was formerly Miss Marguerite Teltof infighter of r 11111111111111tlollulrt 0101the start of her brother In law Lord Cur zou the viceroy of India Miss Let ter who was generally known ns Ualsy met the Karl of Suffolk when she and her sister Nancy visited Lady Curzon In 1803 at the vice regal court In India The earl was born lu 1877 and succeeded to his title In 1893 nod his baptismal name Is Henry Moly noux Paget Howard Another no + ton Subway Itoston the pioneer city of America tu subway construction now toasts a subway sell to be the greatest single boring yet completed tinder the water of u river or harbor It Is the East Itos ton tunnel extending from the city proper under the harbor to Maverick square East Boston It Is the second subway to he opened lu Boston was begun In 11HX has cost 1000000 and Is about one and twofifth tulles In length The East Hbstou tunnel rims to a depth of more than ninety feet below the waters of Boston harbor It Is for the use of trolley cars which come to the surface at the suburban end of the passage and continue their Journeys over the street tracks Thane W Lawson Thomas W Lawson whoso tight with Standard OH financiers has at traded national attention 1ms in his magazine expositions of what he terms frenzied finance made sonic most picturesque contributions to current literature Hecciitly brokers In Wall street and other financial marts held their breath during the struggle between Lnwsoit and his stock market toes over Amalgamated Copper stock People are puzzled to know how to toke Lawson but nobody denies Ills fearless ness and his brit liancy Ho has n wonderful gift for making money It apparently nllliI blell hint little lose If lIe went into n bank at twelve and by the time he was seventeen had cleaned up 17000 In per sonar appearance Mr Lawson now fortyfive year of age Is tall DUll hand some lu the prime of his physical and wend energies nrnnkcnnr According to the diagnosis of a learned physician drunkenness Is voluntary Illness 1iinppm Vat to Work There are few ablcbodled paupers In Holland A tract of public land con taining COOO acres Is divided Into six model farms to ono of which the person applying for public relief is sent Ilnttlrililp Armor The thickness of armor on modern warships Is truly astonishing The side armor of a first class battleship usually varies from sixteen and a half Inch es thick at tho top of the belt to nine and 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days when I walked with you And never in field or glen or hill Or down by the bayous brink Ie the glamour the world ono held for mo Tho cattle wond down to drink And tho Jasmine nods as it drunk with dew And the clover perfume blows As faint and tar and sweet as then When tho doors of tho night unclose And I know that the world is the beautiful thing That It used to be Last night I met a maid and a youth afar In the afterglow so light stepped aside that they saw me not Enamored they reseed me by And Just tar a moment the old light played Transforming tho wa and sky And to ae I know that the worlds the same I wish It may still exist But the glamour and thrall that It held me In Are goes and the lips I kles d I may klMno more And I walk alone Where the perfumed nlghtwlnds weep And I would I might gtve all the wide wide world For one more ktra and steep J M Lewis In Houston Post The Iron BrigadeA OF THE POTOMAC By GEN CHARLES KING AiUu rtl orauHtllTktCln r Deerllr rod rare XU CapitgM VOi b jO Wlllmasbeat Co CHAPTER IX COXTISUED For eoveal days after his capture It had been jflonlona belief that Paul was concealed In the room Rosalie declared hers at tho Henry house the room sacred to her stricken brothers and not until after their coming to Charlottesville was he undecolv d There one afternoon tho week before he went away the young con federate was moved to refer to the matter mainly by seeing that It was a subject of which Denton fought shy I bad been with Miss Chilton and poor Jack some hours that morning said ho for the guard never came In the front part of the bone but she had ordered me to go and get some sleep in the afternoon it having been fully determined that I should make the attempt to escape that nlktL7ing there In a sort of cat nap toward the oclock I heard the soldiers speak your name and could not reeist Ute longing to see you Then when you turned bark I knew you had corno to search and had plenty of time to flat ten out between the joists and pull my section of the floor over me You Rtamped on my nose with your spurred bootheel Fred and I never winced So that ghost was laid at lent as far as Rosalie was concerned But how about the otherthe far more significant and now mysterious freak of clothing herself In Pauls uniform and slipping through the darkness of night to tho Stone lions For whose sake had she BO carefully disguised yet recklessly exposed herself Not I even her father had been told as yet Ho had so confided to Denton only a day or two after Pauls departuro and now with her growing shyness aver sion or whatever It might be toward him little likelihood was there thought Denton of his learning the secret from her lips and that too when ho was beginning to reel that he must know Every day for hours he could pace up and down the pretty homelike garden listening to the low chatter In the arbor or tho soft bubbling laughter when Jacks girls were there Of course the story of all hla kindness to the doctor had been told otherwise his presence would Lave been insup portable But some one had said ho was very handsome very silent very Interesting and that he couldnt keep his big blue eyes off Rosalie and so there was much curiosity mingling with the stately little curtseys ouch In turn accorded him This April evening as he sat at tbo window awaiting the doctors coming to look at his arm before teatime his eyos were attracted by tho sight of a certain broadbrimmed drab felt hat that he had noted more than once before that day passing along the fence at the aide of time house where the hedge was thick and high Now Fred Denton saw distinctly much of the form and some of the face beneath It and face and form were those of d young and slender girl She lifted up her eyes and lookfcd full at the captive Yankee then stopped short glanced hastily about her took from the bosom of her gown a little white note hold It high that he should see it turned and walked back to the gateway One moment she held her note aloft atftin then lowered her hand as though working vigorously at the bricks And when a second time ehe upllfloj the hand the note was gone Another moment anl18o was she Obviously however that girl wished him to mark I the spot then come down and gut that noteNot until the following murnlng came there opportunity Then while Jack li his latticed vinecovered ar hoe was stoning to the of tho new relit f of his fair bodyguard Don ton stopped quickly to gateway and after brlqf search hauled aside a loose brick or two and found n tiny billet folded threecornered that when opened said Be alert Orders coming send you to Libby Watch every morning and evening for further warning Ee capo possible CUAPTRttX LIIIIIV OR laBBivrr Then came three days of rain And while McClcllans men wore wallowing In tho mud of the lower peninsula held by tho elements not by the enemy for Magmders little force at York town could not have stopped two di visions when led by a later day gen eral of the Army of the Potomac here about Charlottesville tho wooded heights were draped In filmy mist tho mountain streams ran bank full and Jack Chiltons bodyguard came on duty with blooming rainkissed cheeks Rosalie secretly disturbed about her captive as the girls called him pro fessed to think Mr Benton ought to be glad to come downstairs and watch Brother Jack being worshipped It ought to make any man bettor to see how Virginia girls honor a Virginia soldier stricken while ballllng for his native state Bull Run victims wore few and far between now either wore they dead or again on dutyand Vir ginia girls by the hundred were long Ing to lavish smiles and sweotnose and soothing potions all In ouo on Virginia lads shot or sabered In their defense Time was soon and far too sqon to come when every house and every room should be filled with the sore stricken and there could be nowhere near enough girls to go around but just now In April Charlotte l1Ie had but three wounded Southrons and one Yank and to tho foremost of these Southrons all but a corps dollte of Miss Chlltons choosing were de nied admission As to the Yank no one of their number dare let another know how gladly would her charity Save been extended oven to him Of course however that was merely through curiosity No Fred Benton was chafing rest less and unhappy and even now that Paul was gone again suffering tho pangs of jealousy A tall confederate officer a very distinguished looking major of the staff had called thrice in DARTED PAST HIM two days and had bad long conversa tlon with the little lady of the house one In fact behind closed doors after Jack had bean toted to his room Fred heard the colored house of com mpns discussing the pros and cons as to that indication and in like manner ascertained that tho officer was Maj Louneberry long a resident of Albe marle and now of the staff Uie In spectors department of the confodor ate army and Fred could have sworn his pretty jailor was In tears when silo came hurrying up from one inter view Morning and evening both had he watched for the return of the lady of tile broadbrimmed felt but the rain or something had been too much for her unit she failed to reappoar Maj lAunsberrys deep voice how ever was hoard in the broad lower hall three hours after his long after noon Interview with Miss Chllton and the doctor came briskly forth from his study to greet and welcome the din tinguished representative ot tho war office the son of an old familiar friend There was good news from Yorktown It seems and small Pomp brought It In with a little pitcher of cool buttermilk and some cohn pone for Marso BentonDo Yankees dono got licked agin down by Yohktown Marse Lounsberry bad so told tho doctor and Fred wont down to Jacks worn his arm still slung to wish him goodnight and learn what he knew Rosalie departed and loft them to each other and it happened that as tho doctor was ushering his martial visitor from his study to the door full 15 minutes later and long before Bentons usual hour for retiring the door to Jacks room opened and the Yankee lieutenant came forth looking very tall erect and by no means broken downThe doctor gave a startan unmis takable glanco of warning A crouch- Ing bundle of femininity near tho head of the stairs out of Lounsberrys sight but plainly lu Dentons view frantically signalled with both Impetu ous bands with wild eyes and wide opening mouth gasping dismay tho Imperious order to go buck at once but obtusely Bonlon stood his ground and faced half defiantly this new visitor who In turn stopped short and calmly evsu somewhat Insolently surveyed him The major we3 the fret to speak 1101andjor hastily Interposed the docor yet I assure you but tho ghost cf tho fine young fellow who rescued me that night at Cenlorvlllo It will be months before he can handle a sabro again How about a pent asked Louns berry significantly his eyes burning Into batons gaze as though striving to read his innermost thoughts Mr Bonton has certainly managed to write three homo loiters left handed answered Dr Chilton speak ing for Lie captive guest yet glancing nervously toward him They wore duly forwarded to Richmond to ho censored Was it there you saw them Maj Lounsborry I had reference to possibilities doctor though I am not acquainted with tho lieutenants loft handwriting It would bo Injudicious for Instance oat to say ungrateful to those who have shielded him were he to answer the letter he found at the old side gate of the garden Monday evening The hot blood leaped to Bentons face Lounsborry had spoken with the cool deliberation of ono absolutely sure of his ground The doctor turned and stood gazing at leis guest as though expecting him promptly to deny the Imputation From the stairway came the sound of faint rustle as though Rosalie shrank sllll further away and Denton felt rather than saw that ber eyes wero fixed upon him in mingled scrutiny and indignation The silence was painful and Denton broke It There was nothing new In the note doctor said be purposely Ig noring the staff officer It was to toll me what I already suspected and einco this gentlemans arrival have felt sure ofthat I was to be sent to Richmond Do not let it worry you I have been preparing for It and now I am quite ready to go For the life of him as tho sentence closed he could not avoid shooting one swift glance at the stairway to note tho effect of his words Tho major saw turned and finding that from where bo stood tho landing and stair way wore hidden from view stepped quickly forward Benton Instantly did the same and almost breast to breast they met there In tho middle of the room tho blue and tho graythe fire flashing In tho eyes of each There was the sound of whisking drapery a soft swish along stair and balcony rail and in an Instant Rosalie had darted to the landing and out of sight A halt smile contemptuous and cutting played about the confederates lips Ho gave no sign whatever that he had heard He addressed himself to Bab ton- I presume you have burned that note sir and therefore bave nothing with which to back your statement but I take you at your word You are ready to go you May be ready to start then at six In the seeming My sear major broke in Dr Chil ton Suily yea=Those are my orders doctor I have no volition answered Loans berry coldly And now if I may say adieu to Jack Ill leave you to ucb preparation as may be necessary The guard will call for Mr Baton at six I go myself to QordoMvtlle tonight With that Maj Louneberry turned haughtily away aa though Ute pout Wilt of further talk with a federal prisoner was something Intolerable The doctor stunned aunt silent looked helplessly from one to the other and again It wu Benton who spoke a reassuring word Cordially be held forth his one free hand Its all right doctor said he You and Miss Chilton have pulled me round famously I ton land Libby diet now last as well as anbody and Im bet ting on speedy exchanges Thenour fellows will be doing something now ho added with significant smile Who knows but they may gather in game as big as that with a laughing nod toward the resplendent major Or Is ho like so many of our staff only for duty at the rear And Den- ton meant that Louneberry should hear and hear he did and flushed red under the taunt Do not judge our methods by tho lltlle you know of yours Mr Denton he retorted albeit with admirable selfconlrol Then as though again determined to ignore the northerner may I be permitted a word with Lieut Chllton doctor a question which seemed to recall tho doctor to himself and left Benton to his own devices Without another glance at the unwelcome visitor the latter turned and ascended the stairs to the second story and there In the dim light of n night lamp by the eastward window stood the girl he longed to see and speak with and she who had avoided now came half timidly forward as though to meAt him From the neighborhood of her aunts door and her own and close to tho westward windows Rosalie Chilton si lently led her captive soldier and then turned her face polo and sorrow stricken her great dark eyes filling with unshed tears I hhve a confession to make Mr Bonton said she at length Do you think Its easy for a girl to say shea glad to tliid that she was wrong Something has seemed to mo very wrong of late answered Benton so much so I was glad to get away on any terms even to Libby For what have I been punished J shall tell yon frankly she an swered standing with downcast ryes before him her white hands loosely clasping Do you know I thought I heardthat you wore plotting with people outside to escape and father being responsible for you It seemed ungraletul Indeed dishonorable But what on earth have I sold or bntdifnlltcj noted your cold and dlamt axiiuwv there came this little itnjlguod note saying that I was to bo sent to Rich mond I have never answered It I havent an idea who sent itBut tho noto and now she looked up eagerly you have It stllir Burned It to ashes the hour It camo ho answered But you saw who brought Itorwho left It I sew ho Impulsively began then stopped short What right had ho a union soldier to give Information against some possible union lover In their midst ono who was ueeking to bo of service to him at that Oh you neednt say cried Miss Chllton with a curl of her lip We know at least I knowthe girl What wo heard or at least I hoard a week ago was that outbat they that oh I cant explainI cant go on she said and now burning blushes to his amaze suffused her race and she covered it with her hands Then voices were heard below stain the doctor showing the major from Jacks room to the door ceremonious and courtly oven when aggrieved He will wish to see me perhaps you tooat once suddenly exclaimed Miss Chllton starting Impulsively forward I just want to know thut that what I now believe Is true wad to be able to say so con lenUy to father and perhaps toto others you had not thought of trying to oscfn so long as you were with utlt And foe an Instant the dark glorious eyes looked full into his face then fell before the Intensity of bis- On my word Miss eIllltonnol 1Thenthen she vehemently cried care bow soon you do try now and with that she darted past him to her own room and presently the doctors Blow stop was heard as cending Uio stairs It was late that night and Ujn moon had dipped beyond tho Diva Ridge when after a family talk U Jacks room they separated Not Another chance had Deulon to speak to Rosalie but for good and sufficient reason he had found her actions of most unusual Interest Pale and silent absorbed In thought she bad taken little part in the conference Twice she stole softly curtainbadness then while her father was ear nestly talking she seated herself close to the curtain and Denton watching her with devouring ryes saw that she was listening Intently for sounds sig nals something from without and pay leg little heed to what was said with mlltakentheNRosalie quickly silently drew the shade aside enough to enable her to give one answering tap and a mo moot later she stole quietly out of the room while tbe doctor was still talk ins and wbIlle returned nearly half an hour later there were droll of water on her rippling hhir By this time between the Chilians ftUber and son U had been determined that every influence should at OBM be brought to bear at Richmond to bring about Bentous exchangeFret agreeing to write urgent JalmedtI friends In front of ready quite a number of 0 min had been returned from Libby tile nest snail boatload having gone to the capital and town welcomed by the president himself before the winters snows were swept entirely from the Virginia mountains Just one thing I tear said the doctor that the same Influence that dogged you here and led to the order for your de livery there may pursue you at Rich mond And will you tell me what that U and why It should be so bitter asked DentonThe doctor glanced uncertainly at tile thinned flee flushing faintly even through the pallor of this long confine meat then turned to Rosalia Quick ly she again left liar chair hurried to the window and threw open the curtain M though to look forth Into the night where all was apparently dark as Ere busIt Is a family job suh I hardly understand It myself But Im bound to say that Maj Lounsberry lies fohfelled any claim he may have had upon my friendship Now I must look to that bandage again before you retlah sun And thus closed the conference Not halt an hour later young Pomp was nervously fidgeting about tho room on the customary plea of helping Mars Benton undress when he rolled his big eyes thrice to the west window and finally said with a chuckle Marco Jack novor thought nuthln of swlngln out of that window whoa dU was his room for do wale Rather a high jump for a heavy man suggested Bonlon wondering to what this conversation might lead Lawd Marso Denton you done fogot do llghtnln rawdl Stopping to the window the lloulcn ant peered forth Into the moist and windy night Putting forth his hand ho could fool just to tho loft of the window the stout thick Iron rod Pomp had described thatI Slowly thoughtfully he closed drCSSlng1tabloPomp had vanished but there pinned to the cushion was tho mate to the strange little billet ho had found ai the gate Even the handwriting va the same Horses guide and everything you need waiting hack of tile barn Loss not a moment Choose between the mountains for a day or two or Libby for the rest of the war Burn this too ITo Be Continued Of n Different Ilreed- Mlfklns According to tho market reports hogs are scarce Dlfklna Oh I guess not I went Into a harbor shop lait Saturday night iv gut shaved and there were thru ahead of ruts waiting tc have bfl nail cut Cincinnati Enquirer J VyHINGTw DI THDA- DINN d EI 11 wRflTAMTTB1 JY J l Under Martin Robtrbacks tattered blouse there heal a sturdy patriotic heart that knew not the meaning of held known not tho moaning until the Continental army 1starched Into Phllawphla In the fall It was In 1hllfldelphia that Martin met fleecy Sharp a demure lit tle Quaker IBM who returned Martins ardent New Amsterdam affection even though the could not bring herself to approve fully of the uniform he wore when that uniform meant the shed ding of mens blood So long as Lord Hnwo left the Continental troops In potseeslon of Phila delphia Martin cared not whether the war waged elsewhere or not So long as be was free to so und come between Deccya house end the camp he was entirely satisfied wl a his lot nor die he mind the little iieiMrea he resolved from her oa the evils ot war and the virtues of brotherly save He was lOll tent to be a soldier ender such tonsil lions eves though his being owe served HO better punoe than the giv lag of fleecy wmeiMnt to lecture him about for It was a Plat pleasure to hear Dewy talk Hut Lord Howe was net content that the Continental arm should efijy Ute coMlorte of dty life Philadelphia of fend opportunities se a winter resort which lie coveted anti WnsklngtotTr tattered army not being strong estooch to sueeeesfully reetst they were breed to march away to the desolate sump beside tbe SchuylKlli at Valley forge Deep down In his heart Martin rebelled at such a net welly but there was nothing to do lint go sad BO se did At any rite thought ke It la not so had for Valley Forge le but It miles from Philadelphia mil that IsnlM much of a walk He did not ream ber the double line ot sentries between himself and fleecy or It be did he snapped hie IRON oil tent A week alter camp was mule at alley Forge Martin asked permNHtou to visit Philadelphia and was promptly refused 10 be gobbled we by Ute DrtUeh ehf cried hU septet No they have enough of our solders now and you will star here- ProteetaUooa of hie ability to go back and forth tkuusjk the tlrltleh lines without elii Selected were of no avail sal be stayed but only to ask agile the second week Again be was refused but week after week the request was repute In February there came a meeeengcr from Philadelphia mm tbe ramp sad be brought with hits n dainty femlclne note lor Martin It said many things to be sure but It slid more pointedly than eyeing eta that tattle should gel a way to see fleecy Sharp If be still loved her and that Marts proposed to do with or without permle Moa as might be ttcessary At the grit favorable opportunity he npstrd his request for permission to visit Philadelphia proMilrn In totems information as to the enemy stationed there And be hung for u spy said the nptain No here you are and here COMMANDED THEM TO SUUKBND1CR you will stay Tbe general needs no Information about Lord Howe and his roystorera In Philadelphia that you could got tint Beccys little note tucked safely awuy lu the pocket it his blouse kept his heart In a tumult Fighting for ones country was all rlghlbe thought but ones country should not demand loo mush There could not possibly be any harm In his going to the city for a day or two and KI leave his share of the scanty store of provisions for his hungry comrade and ho went It was early In the forenoon when Martin turned Into the street where fleecy lived end rurped at her door tie had slipped away from the camp long before It was light and ho In tended being back again that evening II ho should do that It was quite possible that he might escape detection for he was on npecUl duty and did not bave to answer roll calls regularly Hot love laughs at good intentions just as love laugtii at a good many other things and Btccya sweet little lectures and nor bright eyes were too entrancing tdget away from easily Decides Beeey promised that It hfl would but wait nulil morning she would content to n therlshed Man ol his and they would bt married Bitch a promise was too much for even Mat tins sense of duty to withstand lie had been afraid that fleecy would become enamored of come ot the Drl Ish In the city and Knew well enough that her parents vould not strongly oppose such a match and Martin stayedIt well towards noon when tlie simple marriage ceremony over coed A DEMURE UTTUI QUA K Mil LA8 RETURNED JIll AFFECTION Decey a blocking bale Martin started to Nave Philadelphia and work his way through the British and Amenean Ikea again Well cllko lcBw that Me cheeses had been UIfOWJe1 before teat time sad well enough be knew that a period In the guardhot wag In store for ha IMjJ be bid Deeey safe sad what cared be for soils trifles aa the EuarJbooee Martin bad slipped by Ute outer dBe of British sentries safely and though he did not sow expect la ennMHter say trouble with the British tie was too pod a soldier sot to keep A harp rye for possible trouble When IM t amp be brought its gun away him tsad secreted It In a hollow log before he reached tbe Britten MI It was a relief to llad the mm etlll In the log who be warned for It and with It over his shoulder ne tuft mote secure aa be trudged cnsapwnrd through timber lie wca within two miles of time Use i tlnental lines whoa he detected the figures oC mss morag through the Umber some distance ahead ef MM Secreting hlmeelf the brush hu awaited development and wee rewarded by suing two British soldiers approaching dlreeUjr laerards kite one of whom carried an enormous turkey He bad faced realrr odds than awe to one on many a batUelteM sod hesitated not a moment whoa they were within a few feet ot hiM and with tin pin at the reedy eommsMeed them tu surrenderNow said Maria when be kid tbe two soldlen at his mercy I wilt mate a bargain with you Tomorrow Is our generals birthday slid he needs the very bind you carry tor a dUmtr party IK tact It was to seevr It tathave lIMIt In there woods If you will deliver the blni m me you oat return to your well povlded liltebens In the city If you will not you tAU t about face and mart h before me Into campIt more than it fair bargain that Martin offered and Ice llrlttsh did not hesitate In taking advantage of It With many prorahie of no attempt at retaliation they plao d the bird In the theaHyManlnwell out of sight in the limber Then taking the turkey under his arm he agate let out for the Coulluental camp which he soon reached Who comes ihsref hailed the entry A friend with a nirtbday dlnrior for the general replied Martin but the turkey would not Mrvo as a counter sign and the officer or the guard was uponbeingters that ho might present his prize la personA birthday dinner to Gen Wash Heceyitoherbaekfoot said Martin when ushered Into the presence of lha commanding offi cer and with the hope that ha will Invite Capt Ilosterhoute of that regi ment to cat a birthday dinner with himThen Martin explained Doccya con 11owngetting a description of Doccya bright eyed and rosy cbeeua It lb needless to say that Martin did not go to the guardhouse and teat tho wrath ot Capt UostcrhouBo was appeased when ha was Invited to dice with tbS gen ebruarygreat mans birthday r ITiH The OnePrice Cash store DRUGS Clean pure and fresh Prescriptions a Specialty Toilet Articles Wo carry n most complete line of toilet articles perfumes sonps etc r Q Glassware- We have something nice for you in loopiccc dinner sets and jGpicee ten set Home JIHHIX LBSTIR HILL X41tor 1IIihhIII Comforting Cue of the Feet machinery There in very littln joy for her either in industry or amusement She in nn it wore always handicapped by her feet In nino cases out of ten it isnt tight shoos It in often the wrong sort of shoes or badly made shoos or shoes that twist in tho wearing but American women no longer as n race pinch their feet They Mont to realize that the pretty feet must ho in harmony with tho figure Tired foal when not tho result of the wrong shoe aro generally a proof that they need some sort of attention not just resting but treatment and fortunately tho sort of treatment every woman can give herself without expense for doctors calls or remedies Tho most inijortant treatment for feet that ache with tho day half over that swell and burn is tho cold water cure Ivory morning regularly winter and summer cold water as cold as it will run from faucet or romp should Ixj poured over tho feet Dont stand in it 1 hilt dash tho cold water over one foot at a time for a couple of minutes and then rub dry vigorously with a rough towel This will leave the root in a glow in the coldest days and is tho l esl remedy in the world for poor circu lation It will relieve chronic swelling and is an admirable pre ventativo for corns and bunions Evory evening before going to bed they should be bathed in very warm boraxwater a pint of borax to a quart of water and allowed to rest in it for say five minutes then cold water dashed over thorn and dried with tho hardest rubbing Tho boat shoo for a woman who stands much is full long loose over tho joint and snug fitting up in the instep this enables a foot to spread out to do its work and at tho saute time prevents n shoe from slipping forward and rubbing on tho heel High heels are criminal for the busy woman and u disadvantage to the grace and health of any woman Fortunately they aro only fashionable on dress slippers so that they can only injure a four women a part of tho time instead of most of tho f Keeps what you want every thing nice fresh and uptodate FAIL To get our prices before you buy we will save you money We dont charge you for loses because we dont have any WHY we sell for Cash I women all tho timo as they used to when in vogue a decade ago The American girl will only flirt with absurdity nowadays She will not take them to her heart any more JIAav ANNAULR FANTON 11 I I I I 111 H The School JOHlf WIRT DIHSMORK Hater + I I + I I I I I I I I I HI A Dime For Girls And lore To Play Tear a piece of pajwr into as ninny pieces as there are players and on each piece write sonic number re presenting an hour in tho day As there are only twelve hours there cut only bo twelve numbers but if more than twelve are playing you can make some of the figures half hours until there are the required number On one piece mark a cross and thou shako all the numbers in a hat each player drawing ono out The one the slip with thCrollfl on it is It or wolfwhllo tho other players are called the sheep A ring is then formed by the tho wolf standing in the middle Tho sheep thou call out What time will you dine tonight old wolf and Mr Wolf calls out any hour ho happens to drink of Tho sheep who holds the slip corres ponding to tho number called by the wolf starts to run If he can got around the ring three times before being caught by the wolf he is safe if not ho must bo wolf Tho game keeps up until all have had their turn at boing wolf and this does not take long for tho wolf is not supposed to call the same number twicePhiladelphia In q nirfrWhere Coltrs Come From Cochineal insects furnish many of our most gorgeous colors carmine scarlet crimson nnd purple Cuttlefish give im sepia which is nothing more nor less than the inky fluid which tho fish discharges to render tho water black when it is at tackedIvory chips product the ivory black and bonn blaok Prussian blue is made with im pure potassium carbonate This nicest useful discovery was accidental Blueblack is tho charcoal of tho vine stalk Turkey red is tho redder plant which grows in Hindostan Raw sienna is tho natural earth near Sienna Italy no F rr India ink is mado from burned camphor Tho Chinese aro tho only manufacturers of this and will not reveal its secret Chicago Journal Brilliant colors can bo produced from coal tar but they are not as lusting as tho colors HI + +11 I I + + NH The Farm LILA CHBKVER MASON Mltor of I I I I I I I I I I t II It I tit I Winter Birds and the Oood They Do Tho easiest way for tho farmer or for anyone else for that matter to findout in a general way which of the birds are beneficial andwhich are harmful to us is to write to tho Secretary of Agriculture for free pamphlets on this subject These publications contain the results of careful experiments made by tho Government at groat expense and without prejudice for or against the birds directly for the benefit of the farmer and indirectly for the benefit of tho entire country Tho best way for him to get tho same information is to go out on his farm and into tho country surround ing it and watch tho birds at their work not just when they happen to be in the cherry tree or tho poultry yard but all through the year He may not have timo to do this during warm weather but oven in Winter ho can get some slight idea of the value of tho wild birds by carefully watching those which are on his premises at this season Let him go into his orchard and sew for himself what sonic of the birds are doing for his fruit treot- Probably one of tho first ho will see will Ira n woodpecker of some kind and in that case ho is sure to see a very useful bird Of time forty odd species and subspecies of wood peckers in this country onlono is sometimes destructive to the trees This is lhuyellow bellied sapsucker but ns ho does not usually winter north of Virginia it is not likely that lie will be seen here Perhaps the next bird to appear may be n nuthatch a bird much smaller even than the downy wood pecker cud quite different in appear ance and manners It may be a whitebreasted or a redbreasted nut hatch but in either case he will be seen to be u very important little personage not a harder worker than the woodpecker perhaps but with a greater appearance of bustle Or our farmer may see a band of ir u 4 chickadees of whoso identity no one can ever ix in doubt since they repeat their own name over andover wherever they go as they swing often head downward among tho twigsLet tho farmer now look over the fields beyond the orchard and oh servo that clearcut figure of a hawk sailing in circles against the sky If he will but believe it that is a feathered servant working consci entiously from dawn until dusk and without pay to rid his farm of the rats mice and other rodents which play such havoc with his property at nil times of the year If the farmer will only study the habits of the hinds he sees before undertaking to shoot any of thorn and then shoot only those which ho proves have dono him more harm than good his crops will be larger and his bill for powder and shot will never keep him awake at night Ernest herald Bayne in Wattling tall Slur The tiolden It U salt that when the tomb of Chip derlc n king of the Brut Prankish dynasty In the fifth century was opened In the seventeenth century hundred of golden bIll were found In it So wbeu the French empire was established the golden bee was adopted as one of Its emblems Tender Feet Tender feet should be bathed in alum water If colored hoUery Is worn have the soles and heels white Tender- feet are made more sensitive by the dyes used In the stockings lernmn Coffee Cake German coffee cake much liked for breakfast U merely sweetened yeast bread dough to which eggs and hatter arc added It should be baled lu a shallow mn mid before being put Into time oven the top should be dredged with sugar amid cinnamon People of Greece About Olll hair or the population of Greece art agriculturists and ghep herds G K Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night and dayI Telephone No4 Berea Ky r rr fI 1fI1iinwb iU tr GROCERIES They are always fresh the cheap est and delivered promptly at all hoursFresh Oysters r Direct from Baltimore every Friday and Saturday Hardware Dont fail to come in when need in that line I EAST END DRUG COMPANY Berea Ky i 111111111111The tryi DONT Because abovementioned anything ouI joLOOk at our prices this week IoWe are still closing out some of the best bargains ever offered in Berea We mean i to close them out regardless of price o- U o o S- So S- So 0- o Pants from 89c to 249 o The best line of Overalls In town from s 49c to 89c per pair i- o 5 Calicoes 5c per yard 0 Mens 150 Hats for 98cSo S Arbuckles Coffee 2 lbs for 28 c o Sugar 6j4c Beans 4c Potatoes 60c 0- i Macaroni 2 pks for 13c 0 Flaked Hominy 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atmaldertbattberwUhlt continued foUt na rat one ofitnr ctunnMn jour ntitTrlnf both old and IIW iddrewt Mltilne Numbers due to wrappen comma sfln bl mills or otherwise will dly be sop piled It we ate aotlfle- dAffn VfmalrA In every beauty Write for term Anyone sending ui four new yearly rabacrlptloui will receive Tux CmzxM 1ee lor ne you BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 1ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service CrstclaBS Popular prices Mei chant Tailoring shop in connectioni tt CHARLES JACOBS Prop 8eeO e RichmondcournlbSS Ky Gravo Trouble Foreseen It n eds but little fores ll tell that wbn your stomach htjto are badly effected grave trouble is ahead unleesyou tAke the proper for your disease as Mrs medicineI Younjr of Clay NY did all had neuralgia of the liver and the ctomaoh my heart was wenkensd and I could not eat I was very bad for a long time but in Electric Bitters I found just what I needed for they quickly relieved and cured ire lest medicine for weak women Sold under guarantee by the Ed End Drug Store at 50o a bottle Ice Cream t All Flavors t FlavorIce Cream Soda Fruit Florida and California Fruits Early Vegetables Ji Jt C J Phono JOES No 5a Select Grocer and Caterer r Jces Corner Richmond Ky1j That Tickling In the Throat One minute after takiuK One Minute Sough Cure that tickling in the throat is gone It acts in the throatnot the stomach Hnrmless good for children A L Spoff rd postmaster at Chester Mich says Our little girl was unconscious from strangula tion during a sudden and terrible attack of croup Three doses of One Minute Cough Cure half an hour apart speedily cured her I cannot praise One Miuuto Cough Cure too much for what it in our family It always gives relief Suld by East End Drug Lo and all medi cine dealers Miller House Newly fitf dup Meals and POijUlalfpnces n Main St Tho Sunshine of Spring Thn Salve that cures withqtjt lr is DeWiitH Witch Hazel Salve tills BuruK Bods Bruises noel Pilra diIappear bnfoie the use of this suite ns the atinabinn Miss H W Mildleton Thebes Ill snyo fcj was seriously hfllioed with n fver t Fore thnf WitS very painful D Witts Witch 13zat Salve cured mn in less than R wak Oct the guanine Sold by Fast End Drug Co mhil cine daltrf Williams bettorIs p jJar ed tbnn ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Cleiuv lag and PreBilag n epociallj Work guaranteed H W A Williams iMain Street Berea Kr Fraud Exposod j j A few counterfilers hav lately been leaking end trjie Ip F jllmit j tat lws of Pr Kings Nw DlflcovHry for Co miraptiiin Coughs and C MM and IIthr inediciiiH thereby dfrlllulI jJtolwawkrpr t through Btealiujf the npuUttHiu of remedies which have peon uccss fully curing dNwnfte for over tjfi irP1 A sure proeotion to you is our nuinw n the vvripper Look for it 01 1ll i 4 Dr lIKH or Bnehlns rnnvd iw iw all nthr rHrtH raJUILRJ IIUICLENS thgoj1I Lad WiudBor Cauatfeji I f Ii JiJL 1 R- sa wuttti Chi areaxt nr i11r r irlnrr irau 11 rxuantBy HERR C M VON UNRUH k Ft Eminent German Author 1Ij7 F THE phflosbphcrs who attribute to nations a masctilm Or fcmincnc character arc right in their deductions says Herr von linrub lien we must designate the American people as thoroughly masculine for everything is masculine even the v jh6Ti 7lanyPraiep fjjappearsjl6flie European eye at the first glance But masculinity in the American woman is a commendable one for it ciycsf her the same freedom md indepence l U n ltqVcrmcl he United States arc on the same plane with men They arc brave too and heroines when put to the test Take for instance the case of a young girl who while traveling alone along a country road after a cloudburst noticed thattaVrailfpadbridge was washed waytand without a moments hesitation t r omJ r rd l underskirt andflagged an onrushing express saving Uic1rainMroms destruc tion Or case of a woman who angered by the fact that a telegraph pole was being erected in front of her home lcap d into the midst of the Italian workmen and drove tKsnQ fft thep65ij tlS lolvera Vhere is the European woman would be to such occa sions as this It is for this reason that the ofhicjweakcr sex which is constantly the topic of discussion inEiropciITiot tnkcV stri ously in America This is due to the fact that the bringing up of girls and boys is so different over there From childhood up the girls are trained in the same manner as the On they farm it is considered nqtjiinq ujyifua for girls to rjykHfniieJbn jfJiflMs baclOr o brk in afcolt The exclusiveness withwhich girls are surffll1e inJopc is regarded in the United States as unhealthy and IUUIDU utvciuji ment and muscular activity especially in the open air is the rule in American households All this may produce a certain masculinity in manner but above all the woman still remains In addition girls com pete with all the accomplishments of men which fits them tcrffigln Htir own b aUles in life if necessary 5 fs Married women in America are a great assistance to their husbands and marty women do all their household work without a servant which- is something unheard of in the avcroge Ir can fantilAt tli ne fitandEuropean women would not sneer and told up their hands in horror if they knew what this freedom ocs for a young girl It makes every girl her own protector and there is little danger outer not being able to take care of herself in any emergency This is especially the case in courtshiP wher cven before an 1t u es to theateraand even pubs r WIJP11 ell takeJlMJA under such ern e gli and rJ air yet the easeovitll Europe are settled in America We must admire the healthy and pure eil 01 ijl- 1steJt1t1Jtl92ilrillJ la rOnI rAll q too why the parents allow the children to go their own way and make tlieiroldsftllue Ivlficlf isdoilfi marred and ruined by our silly meth ods of chaperonage and espionage a t tit 3J1tf11trlttr1 ii- fLnurr lffnnltraf By DR CHARtlSjtW ELIOT President ot Hamuniversity The game of football has become seriously in jurious to rational acad emic life in American schools and colleges It k tine the public slumKl take into earnest consid oration the objections to this game Worse prep aration forthe real struggles and contests of life can hardly be iinajjied That football is a fight is the common justification for these hateful con ditions One may resort in football to every ruse stratagem avid deceit which would be justifiable in actual fighting The crude and vociferous qpjicistn blame and praise they receive before young men an untQistwqrth atnl unwholesome standard orpubjieajqjreyal or disapproval The fi kr of football are exaggerated and luircflsanable A i The ittth dbjecfton to the gjnw liIr gait its moral qu Jk In t6rc6HegIatecompctition Iras becgpie a game irt which the actions of in ItYJdijalpiayers can often be entity concealed not only from spectators bGicVetitltefimpire CoschingjjMi the side lines offside plays holding jltd q iaablitii pjjgonent by knccltgand kcking1and by heajr blows on the head eyes noscand Jaw arS ablym6t6 toward vic tory and no rtldans hive been fottgd that prevent these violations of rules To strike a player with c1cnchedJiltsis unMcefary rou imtss to give him a blow eqtthlly vercwith e beige of the open hand is not The weaker mat lelegitimate preof the stronger Jute should always try to the weakest inanjn the opponents line and attack him again ond 1Sain t OJ11riitt tOt tl1 lJinr- of miunlrr By PROF CLYDE A VOTAW University of Chicago v Statutory prohibition bf Divorce was never t1 divine law It isa mistake to believe that Cltrlsf wa 6tiosedtp tie yorcelIo morelset forth all ideal in regard to martagenot a writ ten Jaw apllJtdvorGe Bible references this opinion They are as follows Matthew 5 3132 Matthew I93pMarlcAto 11 2 Luke 1618 l fttcaEs ifits io be that Je Iis in leis toncljyig contorting marriage is doalingjwh the principle nnd fiic ideak ofmamagc rathor than enacting legal statutes in rs af1to itf n r The whole treatl1iel1t of llis words as marriage legislation which be ncwh Iisgti 19fand which leas continued tci 1s d t is ti big ml alakc and has tIt nfusiope luN cohlradiotionsnnd tfffc M Jeans was merely setting forth the will Gbdformch in revealing he purpose and the divine conptipil0tljcllnstitution of marriage Jc establishes the ideal of mari3fee as a perfect permanent union and njoinsalltic market to strive tB attain this ideal Clntpdh whom the administration of such matters devolved His teaching must not be regarded as statutory nor divorce as never permissible But the act of divorce is a confession of complete failure o obtain the ideal 1 n1r d r t r t 1 I G tfOR HOTtWATER BOTTLE J A Crochet Cover for One of These Household Necessaries Adds to Invalids Goiufort ilaterfully dllibloderllnWork a Ibalntof shout 1J Indies or a little morcthaatthe width ot the bottle for uhlch the over Is rcqillr an1I along otic slde0f this work a row ot trebles taking tipttwo threads of each stitch then back along the other stile of the chain still with trebles hut passing over the chain and working into tho spaces between the other trebled ujula hTedoubletho preceding row Iloth threads must be taken up th ughout Slip the loop euctsyofthe other loop agaIn and draw through thus Joining the flrrt and lout itluhmi of the group together one chain pass one one double treble on next ddultfotr b1cs n nexlnd repeat o fiveI an round Join with sltpButch a CnunlJT ntVtnIcrochet through both threads of each stitch of preceding row join round tworkA dodbl lreble w9thhnwfanhnrnbe- tween In every other stitch string row lite chain one doubt crochet ON cask double treble all round Ave chain ono doubt rrockct tn We raWttte tar Uk loopTwo wore rows same m tat row of toll three ebal Intq I chains 14111IDtoJxt loop 3 tll aurIrepgs from tl down o of chile from see double crochet row lo the next lean along the lower sggwl- the5vlMrtgpnwe I NtlOU4a- lo tilt otter lid UU MAul tarn sad work a row of Ave chains from loop to loop and anlek with a raw like last row of lie top For the string wind the wool six times round the hook and two noprrt secure with chain stitch for taunt worV a chain of about a yard and a half ta length wind the wool six tames round the nngfrs nrurr with a rhalRMKrh aa before and rut off the wool TN cacti tassel round cloti in the vitals ardrut the looPs work a Broad awe like the Aral and thread both through the string row lint ronnnejwJnp eachtriaa from eppo lu etdes of five bag wk n in use the stMuej nhmiltfbf tlv f toe thrr over the op thus fonplUK a hauUle SIMPLE HOME REMEDIES In Tune of Need Xaowledgo of the Polowwlug Xa7 Pro tDDo aided Value Kvery boaeekeeper should poNt a kacwtartte ef itmflv i mml ta for tae st JNtaHH t tao the lKus aot Thee wtrotlMW ataYywbt lodoaadaraf- WeasM sasa fplelyIowacttcuttml- aall t is PltJk1Jlart ImpulpUor a n IWrasl p0cmitt Sfpr aul1dTtt BtftlMr TJtMgft sje ttaitonottiag afert0ntr FoV ttM llmwd nth rtretrtH sat lbs v Mater mixed together trad frttiy applied will be IOHM eflkntou A tfjeia ac made of pawdv hoax moist aced with cold waurnjlj prevent pain wr Inflammation For a black eye a cloth rutiQut of want ttattr and applied frequently will prtrtml soreness dud dtsrolorinl of the miln bleeding from the sole may boI stoppef by hold1Jl1 Ute hantf evtriho head and putting ice to the noiwaod kick ol pIe Jiep- dlrr tooihfioho ntxqutyl atria of alalq and powdered tlt poisoning Vomiting should at fretitt produced otjert theIyolsM from thestatrtseh ilwtanf rtttt water Weak borax water or an aMhoi emetic will any of tnem endure UtieKted elftot ntpntjc inotuit0 or gnat bites may sL bt relieved by buihlne in borax wa tar For sprains wrap the parts in flannel it wrung out fir boiHb water cover with n dry bandaseundifethe prta absolute rat fersexsral days Violet Picture Framej elrjcularcroup of three or four vIolets bunched toft0er and then a connecting chain of sUras reaching to a second little t easmoarrangelfoatfollowingaround- tIle entire frame at qnlto regular Interval A Good Baokground A plain brown or preen wall piper makes an Ideal background for pictures and the absence of pattern on asleddb- nmensely to the i paiont size of the room Jesus at the Pool of Bethesda lSunday SchoolluIO1 lot Feb 19 1905 Prepared by the Highway and byway llr iCfrpyrUht liot kjr J X Llewl LESSON TKXT John itll Memory rents t 8 Head the mitts chapter GOLDEN TEXTA great multltuds followed Him because they saw Ills miracles Jshn eiTIME The fprfng of A D Sf two or three months after lot lesson lLACRJeruaalemA more let us re quest that you keep In mind John GSa-ou study and teach this Lesson Outlinei SAbbath Day iThe Needy Multitude va 14 nThe Impotent lei heated ve 54 lv I A Desperate Cue v It1 Jesus Haw Him v L U Jcaud Question v ot The 1cpy of Dawning Faith v7 U The leullnu vi I tb Jesus vi nrbxI1 The lieanaing from SIDWll it IllJesusCrltlca va IOU0 Comparing Scripture with Scripture The Needy Multltuae vs 14 Jesus had gone again Jerusalem to at tend the tout and u usual too place of greatest need was the place ware Ho was to bo found At this pool of IftthUa there was a great multitude tit impotent folk the blind halt and withered gathered The one man healed ao occupies our thought that we for got the multitudes that not to blessed Surely It was not btbaufecif lack of power or willlncnTJja 6n Josus part to heal but because the necessary faith vas lacking What a sad propor tlon oae out of a multitude when all intent have been bialed And this pro portion continues today II The Impotent Man Healed A Desperate Case r GA chronic case of 38 yeah standing No physician would undertake to cure such a ease but Jesus delights to have ms6ft coma to Him ThereUnobYnK5 too bard for Him Gen 1814 Jer 321787 lleb7JC 2 vlcUR Saw Him r 6There was attracted4JZWhtlt of a faith that could claim healing As Jesus look upon us wont la It that lie sttt U lie usable toI commit Himself with all HU blessing veto us because of what He sees la us of unbelief sad elfwlIlT John SM tt- Si Jesus Question v 6WIlt thou wbot A9e 1en1h lieS1rniklug e7eiry ioifl H Wing toed away wth Wg apswjyiij Not dfiit Wlt b uP Paul 1 are siysalt WW1 y IIIIS time when have a nor convenient season will call for tbe Souls Int atrrat tUItSt Itnarerilltllhtg tDbe- kealed They iovarhaesa rather than light becana their deeds art evil John 118 H The Reply of Dawning Faiths v 7His reply Implies his loMlog U he haled sad his tags hope tout Jewu will help him Into the pool This little faith Jesus honors and doea better for him than he could ask or think Kph 310 k The Healing vs 89Jew com mandr 1t1N tate tip thy bed and walk met with prompt obedience Though be bad BlOt fur IS ar still at taWwvnf heattsmpalltaeditame filately he was made whole and took up his bed Mil walked d C mfeatHg Jesus 11IITllIl11- MU1 going carrying his couch OB Utn Sgbbath day aroused the oppoalUoa Ot the icw and got him Into trouble The one who oUejra Jeetis must expect ascI- experleaees 2 Tim 315 list Ite was prompt In confusing Jeanand was con Bdent that lie who could heal lists had authority over the Sabbath day And after Mis second interview with Jesus and Jb had learned who It was who had re- ntthad him to health be was eager to toll about Him What an oxampib for ua When we come to know Jeaus as the one who ban blessed us how eager we ought to be to coulee Him Item iq10 latL 1032331- videl1J Ui an itK irom Sin v li Uut a greater s rvue tan Ute hating vak tot cleanwnB Irvin sin JMtta work is never complete until there Is Vftettlaaet and cleansing trom sin it many H Implied from Jesus words that lMs maws condition had been the dl net result of sin Compare the probable similar condition In the tale of hBpaUlt man In Matt 937 In this httor case the forBlvenass of sin preceded the healing Note In the mlra lea of healing how often JMUS for yews sin and urged Its forsaking- Ill Jesus Critics vs 1U13 lriitw- as the Sabbath day A good day for a good deed Hut a man restored to health and made a useful member of society was overshadowed In the mind Df tho carping critics by the question of Sabbath day law and observance They cared more for the outward observ inae than they did for the man for whom the Sabbath was made in striving for the letter they had killed the spirit Cor 36 Here was the beginning of a controversy which continued all through Josua ministry Note Jesus arguments on various occasions Mark 227 28 MatL 1212 Luke 1316 How row Christians follow the ideals laid down by Jesus In regard to the day of rent The Golden Text And a great multitude followed Him because they saw Ills miracles There no many motives which prompt people to follow Jeeus Some follow frpm Idle urloslty Some are after the loavw nd the fishes Some are drawn by the octal Bdvantageq afforded by use church Some follow because they like to wear the livery of th Christian And some follow Jesus because Ho savor otnoeaWbathurch member A great multitude of sople are fgllowinr Jesus today Hut how many are true followers rl A REFUGE FOR THE TEMPTED i rWhen ivm Uatlaas gene acHIl And I tremble on the brink When my will cannot avail OHlnat the craving for the drink eJeup iover at mr saul Jt me to Thjr bosom fly Whll the nearer waters roll i WIllie the teinpeat Mill is hlah When the foe tame now And I can ao longer stand OtlfttJiIte drink shops open 4tortfiAt I see Oft every hlUla Other refuge have nerve hang ray helieiM toul on Tkee Lavrk ah leave me nit alone aupport and cerafwt one r how that Thou art nor ruIn wilt set let nw risk I shall have no cnuao te leer Il ak the chains t dankmtruat The e H laid rn11 p Nm TIICI I began lleadIWNatleniil Advocate WHAT GIRLS MAY DO I What Has Been Done and hat Caa t Be Done by Them In the pernnce Cause TemlJ G Holland wrote In Mr album these words d etltI61WhettY y women can mako wlnedna lag 3u fashionable and heal this nation Rf this curse You and I need to kmw this nrst because if only w It woniii1 can do this thing why It ta an wlresponsibility upon us each oigt of ffla And if aojue y else eM do It we t It allpthlrp S4tdid like to give t80i3V boll tit Job dente years at Washington MM Hart beam ralstrttt at the while bow umlbt wus for l tjr and no oot tit to Ar- wkat the social attnotphtrt should whirls SHrnNiR4 her guests lad hwv they should be tcUrulntd at y Nome Well aht tIN M unheai thlslg iliac banished wine trots her fiitertalmoetjts with lust out etpllott ItcrttAry Kvarta mad a trial He was mortis d tl e not endure to kart Lord sad i ierat to 11 h mi t9r nut drbolunW J utto queer 80 Mrs Hayes made nut l caption IH favor of their foreign atatlb anNatkswtt l1II1hldtik4 their ktraatMit MH NaMew ones Hr fontclenct big h aouled woman that she OOIV heV that oat little cowardly oomi r mla with wrong 8ha could Wltceudueto have B erHirr Ewi4 pul tiip Smiths ajtbaaiii of hr than tc fc ashamed of hrmrf Ito Trite qnttv and forever pnjhiblUd wln Irim btr table and cheerfully endured she lift ed eyebrows and tarufgnl nboii ltft aT tht diplomats Brttfcl Trn h Hut slan and alt MiA Ile aberlMvnd hiss of fMnkmabla satiety mill t ha kiss turned Into a ekttraM fsahi- able society turned round 1h sptnlfi It Is and trotted on btfad IU MtttrtM It liMtm uafa iitoei aMt to serve wine Mid M o0 r WIN a In f thlotMMt tJ wWI eta Hayes WM in he whJts houtt What Mrs Hayes did IB MM vr bone every girl can do horn If she will Re tfsatbrClnrMtpd ta National AtII TmtDBRANOJI BUPILIL The SwfdHtt NiUooal Good Tea ots11QWOOMany and fads hM soc eepdlNig VHoiist ft Chaakl r The lltiuir 4tal n ol tlenrlkaDal tAn elasMtl aR mAaiaplNS ls otss vP tIM Iw by I MQJI Qttae sLNwotstfle Municipal Uftgmt More than WO perfoaa era kiHM weekly In this state by drink j U Rev Vimim M TaWr IB adtfWsa reeently rttlv rwl before tkv W ttTU in Philadelphia Never before In tht history t f tan ptranet HgliatloB has tktrt lbertrtseii wMtsprMd nod coBUnHOWt austlMKi atlbaprpentllttwTruth liaatobtIea4armggbscotne marry a toper Of butte ycu wpolj not like It then what ti yon OJrrtrf prevent It American ItM Speaking at a tbmparahca meOos at Norwich Bng the Uhhap1 ot Ipavrlat said that whatever leglslalanwasJegb ouily received by the trail p 11I1I1I ba reformertit But Was Sits A London cabman line broachl suit against a woman for not injrlnRtthu logo tare and hit uontiant r tnar was She alnt a lady Do you know a lady when you see one asked the judge I do yer honor Last wept a lady gave me a sovrln instead of a Bhlllln and I called Hog pardon madam Ivo Mt a oVrin lustdnduf a shillln and sbo shouts blolvtVela you old fool keep tho change Dtlllttl Q4 drunk with It Thats wot I calls a ladyTribuneFrance ofSmtktrs In Franco there are 6OOtNU llora- DII ot ovary IB tbire art eight v wbo imphO a fllpeflve who sinoke ol arval IleTrench1g troops a year or enotifiii to t r id iwlllJnd THE DODDER PEST yanxiltlo Plwxt That Lives on Alfalfa and Clarrr and Destroys Their Life The appearance of dodder In many al falfa folds In central New York and other places has already done con siderable damage The following facts regarding dodder by L II Dewey of the United State department of agriculture will bo of timely Interest erollyIntroduced with Impure clover or alfalfa aced or distributed with hay They are blown about over the snow or bare ground In winter with piece pf the died dover nnd alfalf sj1g ma but their dtotrlbutton li effect colony by artificial meant Dodder seeds placed In the soil nor snlnate under favorable condition In practically the lO manner as do thi no d8 of clover orbtrior plant hut Instead of two ren leave thera appear above the nurtaVo a very slender neon uplcuqua yellow nhool Thin hinds to ono side then awinw slowly around lengthening meanwhile until It ItrlllolI a Rre fl pluut If no plant upon wblot l It can live le within roach the Uodde fruling dtea at soon AH It bas osbausU the rfulrtmedtstoreduptalheMetl IMr U tbe twinning shoot coraM agalnit IlL eunjiontal host It twines about JU In some places tightly In others loosely One of the most practical methods to rompict tfce er tloo of dodder alUi Infesptsputadepth of laehea hdl I OIK furred to M to prevent the grown of any plat ff three weal a Tbd irtriiiw la Fjirmlly Mconwueniiu It pruuUrlllrlifu lx lure irrcnin I Fins ma Ix t I Iv 10 car IhI uudII 7ottIru- by ties 1I1f I- tu r that hav stirs II Around gl1r rs a ronaldlab Ol- JIC u brol aullaie llurIaJl1lu Uf Tlili utIi by coMiig th 11101 art N tt ItKht 00r Ihll W 14Iruk dllit Ientaene I arsI a n ga cIoO t lruaute beat nuuI1- c U th 111l Hhr It b n ItlleI la e gIe to siiiin Uy null rlug It ur- tiiiiiv I t thick Cii iiiiK ul nlarkur1 luMbu- Ii r tuta iiiiul IJ40 rwx IIIK u ued A i MI i I j lOr wood eli NAlII t r lilt r NIh dew a aLiij lolls lout dhlflb 0 i aL Uiiri lial lit mrtho ur lo- a i b lIUIl ti h wnrrr th ICIHT if C o lvl U Uiirili tiy iliil l I de area l jiartirabU Wti1 lrnur M ur e1 magic purtM 001 H Uvi ale UIHt Ci r uf tJ boll raeho4i fat minlulny LI t r alt u iiM blrume 11110 i dls HII II H nn Judd Farmer lat Iru lIlrrw land eoahnl t them W all M pOI airUN If ne i oary rut flat tIty M KH the InU u i urtjn t bra j ate paIUI Ut loul i i rICay ka Uir Khcrp dowirt rot t IIly 114 ralafarm My avrpLhaj r3r Ictesari a they are Ilae to arry c i r ee mi plrea uc the + Ise In tiirilrlUUl ir hioln nd Int iclr Wool Iiiiutrt 11 iuan be crIalr by tioreirgtfimation Watt ern or root cii tor Iu HinccMtre iwronii Nor t CW iu ot al Uyr J1 CiJViv dud r any crops me be eu U- vtearxpq as alledurniqeuspiaotE LII Ad war y iuiiilcr usrfi pid tloIdr trowand clop almost Mjiufiiy writ ou a trial var 11 ui heat pUiiU oly ouch I mis tau I IIMI lor tbolr tlauiott iiaui willi 1r ui clean cnlUvaiiuu THE BEE IN THE ORCHARD Value of the Uwiy Worker as a Pal ion DMitrt uter OMinot Be OVcsstilratd i the value of the bee In UM ortlinrfl Is N Ill Dud lonu and apprBCMMit hy the IlIIII ui nun man the JUocel- tI t i r tilt r j ipotleuatlety of huff IH uiumt inivr any aekuoAinlged nil rh lie is the toast tbIIh anti 11 luiii Ins iiiintht fur Its ai iMiiipllsh men Anjiur truii drawers often MorilKr wh incir Uses du npi bear ai u is theVi bull grower t nicumr ly in agedu the builneM and apply Itrtii tr uaJ resort to otht exjiful fin wlua r tart IN all thus IK ned- ttl Iolltu iiou under U tt Th- In u IKII MU but UljPtrutt dues ivpi CL I want off U police wt II I gntt erg on Ice 1lt and dull i r iulta uuun aa thereit 4M 11tJty A few L d bf Iln orchard wli Ur ly nia E r u Id of Iruii mud no firaiT Mill lA without tI ayi thr iJptimu f While other Meese- Inlhl hell uri jiollonaiion 1455- ar Tiy tar wrest and beet for th- eOl1il tni IU their abjcuf tbe hope tjJi1 it i rdp rests upon a slim- 104t 10n uriIIJ with polroa It hast iaill fi i Mi are dos ti th te flmtapplUaUon tbejrar t iaT amicted with ft aid flniUIy t rattleattyImmune iuUryy to Inye all the pros ynr ntrnluls jou cPU t You Will toin tit 11 to put tin tle prng crops r IIIf PLUCKING THE DUCK Suggestion for thefDeet Method for Securing the Crop of Fetithers Thq process of plucking the fcathbn from tbe lira duck Is described In the Farmers Sentinel aa follows In the first place oatoh your ducks and right hero you can snake a mlitnlJo ont oxclte and worry tho ducks Into a panic as they get terribly frightened when cornered and will rush from side to aide In an effort to away After you decide whero you wish to plea thorn take some grain and scatter a little hang toward tho building final ly a little thrown In will get them as they are BO greedy that they will rush In In a body tor they are like Iheop where one goes the rest will follow Then close the door on what you thlnU you will have time to pick that morning Move around quietly throw only a little grain down at a tlmo and pick up qno white feeding If you can have a small lath pen In one corner all the better Induce a few Into It at a time by throwlnr If the grain and you can then nlrlc up one readily without Hardly dlttirhiiic the rest Have a box or stool to alt on also a bushel basket to put the frathers In with a cloth thrown over the basket when you come out In the wind Try the feathers by pulling out a few It they come out easily and no blood follows on the quill they are ready You can also notlco when It Is time to pluck them they often sit around and work tJfelFfeathors and you can see scatters lag OiiM on the ground If not ready ptit the duck out and try another as I have found that all will not be allko Turn the duck on Its hack put Its head under your left arm holding Its Iehm In your loft hand lie careful not to hold them too tight and close to get er Their legs are set quite wide apart and ArC sadly lamed and hurt Pick a few bothers out at a time with quick abort Jerks Get moet of the tether oft the brevet and under parts leaving tho line down not UtiturblnB the back for the duck will be apt to fnnburn atid bt1 UUHt time recovering 1IJIII 14I3athn aretun Ve breast rlf yet VrMi opt Jqr Hftpor at sees M killed commune plcklm lt try as the feathers will come out much easier teblle warn llave the tea Uiflt sa r end when yon hltvS picked all tbgItath- era and dowa tkt will cone oft rAdII scald tb rest sad wltb a small tbarp knlf pick sad scrap It quite titan nip la hot water ttan In cold to fvmp I u salt you will Mate a like loHkiof I duckThcv fftm bard to drew If yottdMt know bow rod yea will probably Ipend- a goodrtl if time over your Ant one but pfirti will aooa kortcn the work I Put the rrathm into a Hour seek not tap mil and bang them In th wind ir by f ni stnvi to riry out befurd puts I tuna aw iv The IeKIn duck fumbbr Hiih rini whlie feather fur pil lows I it I dun ran have time to piCK s 4TS id boM jrou intent to IIp IMT Mitral times in the suslmtr- It will OII to hp pay for the feed i GAMBREL FOR FOWLS Device Which Will Frgv a Great Oen In Dreaelnf Foul for Market Itry a device for holding all kinds ttt poultry when dressing It jeaI wdUr In Norm and How It to sltnpl In aoiHirmiiim and sully m tfcbf any black in I ttt A In a Inch ring on dart DBVICB FOR HOUDIKQ rO K4 tyNplstust 4ilrtetf tl11f bIt leee of stet It iMh wtdtt WUwk tHickMd fi luefcn lori to AJU ItWttJ lUIIQI e Ij iv W Tt e drop c M bTcfhoiuat- b W114 IW Inplwi tueeni maMI Vtu RX MkHIit iota comjmw nan wmaitr cwrly leave tfn irly ftirtUot but tufted up at an anile M 41- degrees It can be hung up by the ring a Tike the fowl bv the lets d4 or alv P eln the feH l M e wtfi sad ai It will draw down ttgbt in the two claws It Vttl bold Itself nicely A GARDEN ROLLER Two C isw Jug JCakea n Very Serv lola TooKfor Preparing tho Soil en twonon lug iiirk ateolbln thu oertdtll ibottom with a We or soRMlhlBj aharu and fit a pine of hnrd I JUpuARl1 ljjJt01Llitt wood to go through tho Jug Fill the jug wilt hand to give It weight run stick throuKh eaeh uid with a nail I Attach Ityht1Ime ft mlJ aone otthe- hest rollers for gardvu I ever sawllpb lomlst Pnrmwnaten- tliplc T o nflwIle said 1 farmer fy 1 mt 0 with alarm after t toy lot one 1 have noticed that answered his pretty niece from tonth always Insist Pg1 a up to corn scot j t 1J8 wbBit they might t1IUi lovely tennis courts Iud golf llnkk TltUlts Keep the Old Moose If a part of the gene ate to be sold this fall be fulfill not to part any that were mated together the past season t made that mistake List year ted last spring they did not breed well Old KCPEO are the best to raise from as toae will have small im Atea Koallned which II Mtm illtill grown no till L4W d DEVELOPMENT OF BRAIN University ProfeseorPropoundaJet- TheoryM6ntaltty Not dent on Gray Matter Philadelphia Dr Edward Anthon Spltzka Of Columbia university propounded a new theory of brain devel theIaayI that the mentality II on the relative propel lion of white and gray matter smucl1 as on tho health of tbo great bundle or fibers known as tbe corpus calloaun which connect the two sides of tbo brainIn announcing his theory Dr Spltzk exhibited the brains of more than n dozen men who had been eminent II science and In each ease endeavored to show that thoy bore out his assertions Tho relative Importance of the whit and gray matter In tho brain Is oftai misconstrued he said Were It II at for the manifold connections of tbo nerve sells In the cortex with oath other as well as with the periphery by mean of the millions and millions of fiber which make up the white matter such a brain would be as useless as a multi tudo of telephone or telegraph stationI with all interconnecting wires de atroyed The corpus calloRum la an In dex which places the brain of man afar over that of the brute When thll structure Is definite or diseased It Is in variably attended by profound weal mindedness or total Idiocy And the ex amlnatlon of tho brains of these notabli men possessing large capacity for doing and tblnklDg shows the converse to be quite as true BIG SLUMP IN MARRIAGES Nearly 1000 Fewer Licenses Issued In Philadelphia in 1004Pubs- hefty Is Blamed Philadelphia Notwithstanding 1904 was the tint time In eight years that ao cording to traditions girls could wilt propriety make proposals erf marriage there were almost 1000 tower license to wed tamed than last year In Pfclla delpbla and as figure cant lie leap year I now characterized by tai marries license clerks as a failure 10 Dan Cupid is concerned IThe annals of the marriage llrenai I bureau ever iluce its establishment ban heretofore shown an increase over racl preceding year For iastanrp isosg lilt of marriage licensed granted ntftCIed- I those of 1901 by B2I Ute Increase more ly rrprritentlBg the cJUi gro tb In pop Nlaii a A decrease of upward or W liccDSM thin year as compared with lost U therefore extraordinary I Strange to relate Mr GMb I Ute chief license clerk blame the newspa pen for the falling oft In the volume of liuslfivw In a word be says publintj has led many bridegrooms and brides lobe vialt other elite where the Inn 9BC tf wsrrlige licenses Is sot pubs lUbcd an news Ssys Oobel Tbe only reason tbat I can ascribe to I the tailing oil Ir the aumber of marrlap a Is tbat the young folks warn Iueen publicity To my mind tee rf licenses should not be published bus u 1 am only the clerk I bate tc- give them out to Ute paper The pub lication of Iterates has led to kindred of panona going etoewhas Nw York city for Instance and Wilmington Del aud In other counties of tllia state where there U BO pnbllcttytI Not Very Accurate AstrooofcMi art uncertain whether the planet Mermry rotates tu 14 hours er M days Apparently reiaarkc tao CblKtie lUoerdIUraW tktwe con Jmii M heddme thlAW that are mor exact than astitwcnyr MAHKET REPORT dnoWiaitr Feb 1- 1CATLllCntIHJIi X 86 Heary at MftI4 06 W B 00- 11QflChppaackers 8 19 it 1 Mixed ekers 1 9- SIItfRPBxtrK 11 10 5 10 11- 1a1MDiEaten 0 7 76 KLOURgprlng pat 0 C 4- 5WIIRATNo I nod 1 10I 1 20 No I wittier 1 11 COKNNO 2 mixed tD 40yk ND I whit gt 4T OATS No 2 mixed A90y c 33 UYBNo 2 S2 ell fi- GNAYCh timothy on 15 PORKCtirmeas ti U IWVRD Slmm G 40 IllTTTBUCh dairy 19 Cuolc creamery JIJ AiPLIMSChoce 2 78 3 2li POTA TORS Per bat 1 B- OTOIUOCO 0 1 00 NBW b 00 X13 00 Old 4 0 Qp14 75 Chic p FIOTt Winter PA t IUO 20 WHISAT No 2 rtK1 1gy 15 10 No 8 ml 105 10 COnNto 2 mixed B 4114 OATS No I 0fYiAo t ndxIJi 74 VORtlets is 7- 5LAINlltchnt G jf4 g45 Now York FLOOR Whu Stris 5 80 e I 85 WIIRAT No 8 red 9 1 22 cnaNNal i- tOATSN i1x 1 904 C 3TA ItYIJ Western e 80 IQIUC Piinill 13 35 tJIIIJ lli LAUD Stodm 7 5 NRlino- reCATTL1Steers 450 405- SiIICRINo 1 lint 2 35 0160IAMIISSpring 5 10 0 6 50 tNRS Choir 4 8 50- UOGSDrusE11 6 5Q II 50 Louisville WHBAT N o 2 red O 1 17 CORN No 2 mixed C 47 OATS No 2 mixed 4p 3t lOIUloltlCs on oo- QLARDPure steam C 50 Mil Oil- aIViiEATNo 2 red 1 IS fJORNrXo 2 mixed Qa 4G OATS No 2 mixed JIt3 PU fCarriageHarness WEATHER end fine FINE iuviit you lo dove prosfitslook an well as tire rest of your turnout or is it shat end thus detract from the genrml eppearaureT If fo theies an easy way out of it Select a new eel of Buggy or Carriage liar ness born Our Large Stuck at BfttouitIiingly reasonable prices llnwver if you dtcidn to mllke your old harness do let UB put it in good repair for you It wont cost much T J MOBERLY- Main St Richmond K- vThe I Citizen A FAMILY PAPER 8 pages weekly nt 100 pile year TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor health I am forced to closo out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb stones and Monuments which I will sell at greatly reduced prices Here is ycur oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works I S McGUIRE Prop Berea Ky p IPoisons In Food Perhaps you dont realise thn many poisons originate in your food but sewn day you may feel a twing of dvepersia that will convince you Dr KingH New Lifo Pills are guaranteed to euro all sickness duo to poisons of undigested CIfXIor money back 2f o at the Enst End Drug Store Try them MONUMENTS Urn Hudatana Stttucry Granite end Marble Work of all kinds dyne in a workhianllkn manner at rev notable prices nnd with dbpntch Allwork guar otoed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky rtomrrnl Mum and ITotlln Slmti Dosorvod Popularity To cure Constipation Iud Livf1- 1troublos by gently moving the bowol and acting as n tonic to thn liver take Little Early Risers TliPFo Fatnott Little Pills are mild pleasnct und harmless but effi otivn and sure Their universal use for years IE I a guarantee of their popularit and usefulnoB Sold by EMI Em Drug fo nod Mil mlicirirhJtt To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete and up to date in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for most prominent teopte of Bt roa and vicinity Work sent to me by mail or express will have prompt attention and ehurg s paid ono way- S G FRANKLIN Jit Voruon Ky KEFCUENCE 73nnk of Mt Yemen rN np n T Ar V- IBere Y asp fteea er Foxmclod PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN RUACH OP ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing twd years 1Normal CoursesFor Teachers Three courses leading to county State Certificate and State Diploma IAcademy Course Fotir years fitting for College for business and for lifeCollege CoursesLiterary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure ate degrees Music Choral freo Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory t- Wo are here to help nil who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a freo gift Students pay a small incident al fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for full term of 14 weeks maybe brought within S20CO Winter term of 1J weeks 2700 Spring terra of 11 wicks 2420 Fall term opens September 14 The School endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregations allots Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denom 1mtions ron INFORMATION AND FRIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS THE seCRETARY WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky Madison County Roller Mills fM I I Ia6IIl Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meat Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour tfItIcolltirIloIo rC 1 t O Potts Duerson Station Ky IWhites iI strong u DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Thu S t 00 bsttto oorUlnj thntt the trLahlJe wkkh Mill far 50 ceott tlSrfHO ONLY AT TNa LABORATORY O- rE C DcWITT 8c COMPANY CHICAGO ILL LOUISVILlENASHVILLERAILROAD Time Table In Effect May t 1904 Golni North Train 4 Inll7 Leave B yea3 48 a m Arrive lfivhmond412 a m Arrive Paris 5t 28 a m Arrive Cincinnati 7 DO a m Going North walt T nln 0 Dally- Tanve Berca 12 C5 p m Arrive Riohmond125 p m ArrivnParis 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati GGOp m Otilng South Train t Dally Leave Ifcrea 1 11 p m Arrive Livingston 2 05 p m Going South Train 5 Pally Leave tieraa 1121 p m Arrive Livingston 12 30 a m Tran No1 and No1j tmko eon n vjtiOM at LViutfst nt for J Hico and the South with Xa 21 and No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent u DR V H HOBSON jt Dentist SRSSmlr Richmond Ky Agonizing BurnsIare instantly rplitved nod perfectly healed by Bucklouri Arnica Snlye C li venbark Jr of Norfolk writes JI burnt my knee dreadfully that it bliHtarod nil over BuckleD Arnlon Salvo stopped the pain and healed it without n treat Also heals all wounds anti sores 25o at the East End Drug Store j 1855 Give Your Stomach a Host Your food must be properly dijreat ed Bud as imilnted to be of any value to jou If tour stomach is weak or diseased take Koriol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you sat and gives the stomach n ret enabling it to recuperate take on new life and prow strong again Kodol cures sour stomach pan bloating heart palpitation end all digestive dfnnnlera L A Soper of Rook Kv writes uiOWOthatfeel Kodul Dyspepsia Cum dos perves all the commendation that can be given it nn it saved the life of our little girl when the WitS three years old She is now six and we have kept it for her constantly but of courso Rho only taken it now vlitnnny SohtrERttine dealers v n A10 INVESTMENTI- n Hell Ti fII ihonp Kwk tintin it tbe flirt turpo ytYlr of the Ouapaoj WuM- elwrdow WORTH 50000Rhll- erloenrooftbeenormn prol pm t1RIr proiiertiea or a rora Miiiv HitTlttric lntertoetmanicIlof MltM AM1 CAN DB bRIa1 WIUEIUHA T 1 Vitt 7JAarIear 1dlkilotitnllMKonMiBfMtni Newbeporlaaa coatracit nil over the aviiirv rashniounjintflts J putThaaedNndtr Nc ivi r clan I ro r 1 alit riwUo KlltST 8 lSS JKHCMNTJIOMII pTaMoektolxrlsOHEATEll UmV TURK BECUKllr CO ole FlMnlAsenu ttu Walt 81 ew York trrrrrri rrrrrrrrranrrttii5wrrrrrrtttritimrt I Oklahoma i a Offers Opulent I I Opportunities 1 tea S vfurindustrialJ tallMi tad mannfactuttr s I Its Farm Products In 1899 into = 2SOOUOiM bnthels of wheat lWd E = hales of cotton and million of dot = = Jars Yurt b of hrr grain nlhItr free of pamphlts tieutinktl The Truth About Ulcea hone At Mated dale low rats sj I = lIom eekcrs Excursion tickets a- S ore Reid via Santa tit Route to s- S= Oklahoma SS A Mrm OnlllirMwne rOinM 2- S the AlcMtoaopetadsaatareRailweyCllltJAuo I S lImmmnwmmWImmmWIIWMt PATENTS pogo RSSH- TZUEllALU COlI xK WaiUnxton UU l 1 W+ u wreai4 W s j Df ViY ac i UYJV x ftrmtj 0 IIt lIIIyl 4 J IJi1tO SJfCO ESIif v l f Also 500r 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for i Boys 200 and 175 for Youths The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for ittle comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world Tlnjr love to ire better latltfactton than other makes because the standard balways beet placed so high that the wear en expect more for their mover than they can get elsewhere tVe carry a full line and can insure a perfect fit Inspection inv- itedCOYLEHAYESi BEREA KY FOR 1905 The Atlanta Constitution YrJ =t The Greatest Jtmericmn Weekly Newspaper DOLLAR PER YEARI AONEIiI rnlJfhIA I The Souths Standard Literary Weekly FIFTY CENTS PER YEAR BOTH FOR ONLY 125i 1 SENT TO ANY ADDRESS IN AMERICA tI combination of these two weekly papersthe one THE news the other purely literarymakes an ideal II offer for every Southern household f THE WEEKLY CONSTITUTION 12 to 16 pages contains the news of the week carefully prepared and in telligently presented Its agricultural features alone are worth many times its subscription price Its market page is always complete Its Womans Kingdom and Childrens Department are the best read and most ap preciated pages at the fireside Its special articles and contributions are of the highest standard THE SUNNY SOUTH is the recognized literary 1leaderof the South popular throughout its wide terri known by its great work in the introduction of new Southern writers to the literary world Many of its short story contests have brought to light authors whose fame and fortune have been made possible by The Sunny South It is welcomed in over 50000 homes today and is destined to be the leading American story and household paperThis wonderful combination blends all that is desirable in a home reading offer two complete papers every week and 1905 will demonstrate 10 you its value and insure your enrollment as a lifetime subscriber The Great Agents Offeri One Hundred Dollars a Month to fictive JJgents We have a most attractive agents offer the most liberal of any American publicationby which agents may earn from Fifty to One Hundred Dollars per Month Agents wanted in every community Write for agency particulars and put yourself in a way to make money on a good proposition Send your subscription to either paper at its price or- take both at the combination rate Remit by safe methods i addressing all orders to The Atlanta Constitution ATLANTA GA JACKS FOR SALE- I have seven good Jacks nil broken nnd ready for service Will sell cheapor exchange for other stock J W HERNDON P 0 Whiles Station Stock Farm 8 miles north of Boren 81G yJU r A CARD Wo wish to extend through columns of THE CITIZEN our sine thanks to our ninny friends v have boon so good and kind to mother during her illness MB nnd Mn W F KIDD e I I II+IIHH I I I I I I I I I I H tIiiII11t11I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I r r I I I I I + H I I I H I I I I I I 11 I I H I tHIIIi tRillhl1lOllltlSaturda Mr and Mrs Louis Luster lire visiting in Corbiu Mr and Mrs W 11 Markloy returned to their home in Foster Monday Dr mill Mrs J A Tl Hogors arrive today for a somtnvliut lengthy visitMr D N Welch of Boron was in this city yesterday Richmond Iaiitaurajih spentSuudayClick at Kirby Knob Lest anyone should forgot the thermometer has bran below zero every day but one thus far this week B E Cnrtmull and Sro Gamble will spend next week in visiting Tnskegeu Atlanta Knoxville anti Lookout Mt Mrs E T Fish has liven confined to her lied for several days with grip attondinghorProf Mason louvered the Monday lecture before the students in the Tabernacle on the Geology of the Reno Waterworks Dr P Cornelius hits gone for an extended trip of six weeks or two months through the South Florin and thence to Cuba Ho loft Tues lay noon Dr Hubbell C C Hudson D W Chamberlain and II H Felmywill = make up our representation nt the State Y M C A convention to con ono at Owonslxjro toduy Gilbert of Hnrrininn Tenn IHe Sccy of the AMA mn in last Tuesday the guest of Roc M IC Pasco Ho is looking after the Congregational Churches of this region A K Pasco jr who graduated at Yale in June has just boon admit ted to the Yale Chapter of Sigma Xi to which those are admitted who have distinguished themselves b scientific achievement or flpeoinlI promise of distinction in sajouco Edwin Foe Clarksburg lad made n business trip to this town InIlooingthing concerning it Although in the final transfer of property ho has severed the last tins yet it will always IMJ homo to him As a result of the good work done by the recent revival meetings we report two additions to the Baptist Church Last Sunday at the Union Church 30 new memlwra wore re ceived two of whom wore by letter and the remainder on confession of faith In the afternoon at 230n baptizing was hold in the Tabernacle and fifteen were given the ordinance of baptists by immersion Ernest Galloway aged 14 yearse departed this life Friday morning nt four A 3i Isis funeral was he1tlutI the home of his grandmother Anna Moore Rev A E ThomsonI conducted the services was laid to rest in the village ceme terry It is a great comfort to the family to know that Ernest was converted three years ago under lira Buswelland that he has been a mem her of tho Union church since then Simpson Gentry aged 84 years departed this life Sunday Fob 5 at 11 oclock Ho was born in this county within six miles of Richmond Oct lu 1821 The Lord blessed him with eight children of which seven are still living The funeral services were held in the First Bap tist Church by Rev Broaddus und Rev Francis assisted by Rev Reed Many of the G A R Post of which ho was the oldest member wore present Remarks wore mado by Prof L V Dodge and Rev Petti fordMARTlsMoonrMils Sadie Mar tin daughter of Mr S H Martin of this county and Mr John Moore of WhiteR Station Madison county were made one at 730t Mondayat the homo of the Roy McGarvey of Richmond the officiating minister The bride is a member of one of the countys best families and is herself a cultured and attractive young lady The groom is a son of Mr James Moore of Madison and a grandson of the late J M Crawford of this county Ho is a young man of noble character and sterling qualities and to this splendid young couple wo ox tend our heartiest congratulations They wore accompanied to Richmond the by Mr Marshal Vaughn of Whites ere Station and Miss Montie Martin rho sister of the IIrideMt Vernon ourSignal Readytowear Skirts at C J Hansons m Prof and Mrs Dodge Entertain A delightful dinner party Satur day night at the hospitable homo of Prof and Mrs L V Dodge win rondo Ufof the following persons Mr Stephens Mr and Mrs Hudson and daughter Mr and Mrs Spencer Mr and Mrs Hinman and Mr amid Mrs Worthen The soy oral course dinner and tho pleasant social time thereafter loft nothing to be desired Valentino Parties Monday evening in the guest room of Ladies hull a very pretty Vnlon tino Party was given by the following hostesses Misses Boaringor Lonorn Tom s Grace Straight Ruth Dodge Ruth Putnam Caroline Jason Ada Enochs Grace Cornelius und Mal el Funs Nino young gentlemen made up the rest of the company They came dressed in military costume thus typifying their willingness to protect the fair damsels mentioned aboreHearts were the predominant note in everything A large heart with a smell heart ns a renter was usedas a target In this dart throwing contest Goo Anderson came off victor while the booby prize wont to Charles Burdotte Other appropriate amusements wore engng in Delicious refreshments of brick icecream cud take etc cut icnrt shape were served Thorn were profuse decorations of red timid white hearts and each of tho hostesses voro n white dress with trimming of redaUtI white hearts Misses Welsh and Hendricks on Tuesday night gave u party in honor of Sir Cupid to tho teachers who roo aide in Ladies Hnll Valentines ware in evidence anti thin evenings intorteiumont WitS all suggestive of hedny An excellent time reported Death of Mrs V V Campbell Vienna V Yoorheos was born in psilanti Mich August 20 1884 She was married to Rev Robert K Campbell n Presbyterian minister In 1857whose faithful holier she was in three successive jtnstorntos Pho lest of those nt South Salem Oho continued twentyflvo years VhSJe there she and hr Inialmml had their trip to Europe together n trip which Mrs Campbell loved to omomlxtr Dr Cnmplwlls health railing they moved to LOH Angeles California in 1805 and there they built for themselves nn ideal homo in which they dwelt until 1 SOU when lie husband was suddenly called to a bettor land Since that time Mrs Campbell has made her homo with her son in paw und her daughtor Professor and UIR J W Dinsmore and taunt with thorn to Berea in 1000 After n brief illness following lore than n year of failing health Jtrs Campbell in answer to her owe prayer was taken quietly and sweetly homo to Jesus on Thursday February 0 Services were held at the homo at four oclock of tho same day und her bod1UI taken to lie lai1 in tho family burial place at South Salem whore rests nlso tho body of her husband Tho College Acuity provided a beautiful me loutoin Dowers as a token of their steeni Mrs CamplMill had thoroughly identified herself with life in Berea Slit Ijolongcd to tho Industrial nnd to other benevolent timid religious organizations of women She was energetic practical anti remarkably capable yet gentle winning and lovable in diameter Her sweet and beautiful life in Boroa touched beneficently many others and her loss is widely and deeply mourned Have You Wood for Sale Persons wishing to make contracts for supplying tho College wood for the coming year shouldapply nt once to tho Treasurer Wood must ho 4 feet long free from decay sap rot and charred pieces no limbs accepted less than 3 inches thick and it should le sawed anti split us early Its May1st Price f178 per cord T J OSDOIINE Treasurer Fine Stock of Rubbers Time New Cash Store C C Rhodes Proprietor has recently put in n splendid now lino of ladies nUll gents rubbers in all sizes These goods aro of superior quality yet moderate in pricea result of their policy of careful buying This cold weather will soon break upnud slush and mud prevail Now is n onvcnient time to look over this handsome now stock Toms NEW CASH STORE Wanted a good young Jersey Cow cheap Address Box 212 Boron okkrrkrrrkrrrrrrrrryrrrrrrQPPrerrrrrakrrrrrrrrrrrrrr fIfJ t Clothes may not make a man but it is useless to I create a disturbance by going around without them when you can buy at our prices We are not t selling out but out selling Q Thi is the time when it is true economy to spend money and extravagance to keep it If Fabrics grew ready woven we k could make prices less That is about t the only way IWhat you say when you go home we i intend to be our best ad S The smallest thing about our place S kis price and price is a good salesman quality is a bettor one tDid you ever think your neighbour was living teasier than yourself Perhaps he is and may beI tIt is because 1e trades at i WELCHS t i Largest stock of Dry Goods in the County a fine line of DIGoods Groceries at Wholesale Prices t Cheapest Drug Store on Earth a A AIt Is 90 Miles to the next Store that sells Meal at 55cni Q itgAilil lAitilAiAilAililAilARAiIAAA iAAAi1 ililililAitAitAllAkitAkAAilA4Q LOOM END SALE b Began Friday January 27thIPerhaps some of our customers may not under stand this expression At the Mills there arenlwnys remnants left over from the originnl run which average from one to two cords in length boy nrc identical in quality with the goods sold in boltstTHESE GOODS BY THE POUNDIAt unheardof prices literally get three dresses for the price of one The beauty of these nrtistic designs in Dimities Silk Mulls Pongees and Crepes Are sure to make them move quickly Do not misunderstand ns That dainty Dress Goods are romnnnln of weaves you puny 20 nnd 30 seals per yard for C J HANSON CO 4The Shop for Lxdlts litre Ky u 4 e ++ tDo You Intend Building this Year piatDONT CONSIDER ONLY as there is n groat difference in tho quality of different grades of materials We will place in a heavy took of lumber for the Spring business and will be glad to quotjyou prices Wo will not ho undersold- Now in a good us figure on your plans and specifi ication so that tho work will not bo delayed when the Spring opens up Prompt attention given to custom work J BURDETTE SONS i Contractors and Builders f Planing Rod Saw Mill Beron Kentucky ta If you wont a good second hand square PianoOR AN Organ You can get a bargain in them at the furninure store in Berea Ky R H Chrisman Opposite Welchs Phone 26 Coal At bin near depot 3c to 14c gut Delivered for 4c to 16c Phone 8- 6Chas La tlanson- n SUMMARYOFTHE NEWS Interesting Happenings During the Past Week I THE PROCEEDINGS IN CONGRESS Intelligence From All Parts of the Globe Gathered and Presented In a Condensed Form For Busy Readers- CONORESSIONAL Tho eonnto passed tho Joint state provldoatorJahantn to be composed of Oklahoma and Indian Territory and Now Moxlco Recording to tho present boundaries with Arizona eliminated Tho meas nro originated In the house and will go to conference rho Loose and senate met in Joint olectoralrTloosovoll and Charlo W Fairbanks wore oflkilnlly declared to be elected S proeldont and vice president re p xtfuny for four years beginning Mardi 1 iDOl The result of the oouii hotrod that Rooeevelt and PRlrbfttiki rteolvod 116 electoral votes and Parker and Davki 140 The mHltary appropriation bill that was completed by the senate commit tee on military affairs earrle appro priotloas aggregating TfH7 as com- parod with Ute WORM bill aggregaUni 1800233 After nearly four days of discussion Ute hate by a vote of SM to 17 MM4Ml UM KechTowaeend bill pro Tiding for tH regulation of freight tutee lire negative vote was anode A orals nn at 11 republican and six dente The Deflate commute on anproprla ttona reported the dlptomaUe and oon ular bill carrying appropriation age groanllng fllU017 an lacrosse or 10979 over UM bill posed by tin house Tim felJowlnp bill were patted In the Mojito Donating oendemr1 brume cannon to tho 0 A IL for Ute rmrpono of making bad IK autlwrli nag the 8 omtary of war to Mil maga me rib to rifle club referring to court ol claims the claim of Mad n county Kentucky again the t nted State for a rotund of mousy iI i aid to the collector of Internal revenue prohibiting UM ue at govern i l1nt devices to Indicate the qnalKj n used In the arts Sonalnr Oarmark has Introduced a tint resolution declaring it is the rise of eongre that It In iinwin 11J take any f iMtiT stops toward tin rtnsfir of h lie of Pines u rnha MISCELLANEOUS 11King Oecit d Swedcn to lriipu ed- hr Jw 11 A taaloa r u ollnrll of Idle he- udtrl ors r Ins of p1 1I11nt f frown I Cistaf until further r tire The Btair aior of th Liberty Hilt CM n Nmhvllle T nn rom Inllj 6W1 tUhtU of wh ate burn l1 w tit a l iiiinnitlng to r 1n Hy tho mil f Mrs AdelnM Rich ei Dd Keoiv or rinfuvla N V Iuo- ktt ill ft h S Tiin a P n birch to Jt rullFRe Kentucky tIll LOOd rjih to Hobarr college od the So for Disabled Kinitro iiiil rlorgy Ihnnlor I iiiinikH vice prMiiUnt elect ro Mt s Kavel from a nnii ptoen of Ml i dar The tree from which It w r riit Kiiw oa tlio Ytt neat shorts f L ChamptHin The ravel was wlunixl out wllli a i en knife hr dn ni r Hatch The Uultil Hi al1 court of claim UM decklad lUe 1orto Itlcttt rustonn once of Norl Basno sgninur the totted Statea i1illng tbaU floe of II collected from liasso fur Hiiiug tiling goods Into Porto Rico WM lilt ugly oillectod and must be refunded bdKIUlOOr Porter hoe some tnt-o bwluve that be at host has disco ered the body of John Taut Jones Vour yen ago It wee found that John Paul Jones who died in Paris had been burled In a small urban ceme tery but had been abandoned early In the last century and Its site cov ared with buildings It was also learned that the tailors corpse WM not ntnioved when UM buildings were reeled and hut It now repows be Hoath tttetn- Jotoiih II Manlfy former chairm- anJIr tho republican national committee was found dead In bet at his home in Augusta Me Apoplexy Tim Indictment against Will J Dais manager bl the Iroquois theater Chicago which burned In December 1001 wlUi a low of 675 lives was quaahed by Judge Korsten- Judnon Hanuon of Cincinnati who wall aUorney general during tho sec ond administration of Prosjdont Clove land suit Frederick N Judson a prom moat lawyer of SL Louis have boon appointed to Investigate tho alleged action of tho Atclilnon Topeka Sa ta Fo railroad In granting robatos to tho Colorado Fuel and Iron Co Tho house committee on merchant ntartuo and fluhcrlos voted to post r pone action at this session on tho om nibus flail hatchery bill This meas ure provided for tho establishment of about 20 fish hatcheries at a cost of 500000 CapL William Dana 92 said to havo boon tho oldost vessel master on tho great lakos is dead at Algonac Mich Tho Arizona legislature passed a resolution thanking tho United Stator Benato for eliminating Arizona from tho statehood bill anti asking tho houso of representatives to concur In the amendment A nennto joint resolution authoriz ing tho secretary of war to dollvor to the Grand Army of lie Republic ono condemned cannon for the purpose of furnishing official bndgoa for the Grand Army was reported favorably by tho senate committee Mrs Kate Edwards who together with Samuel Qreason Is under sen tonco to bo hangod at Heading Pa for the murder of Mrs Edwards hus band confessed that she alone did the deed Mm II A Parkyn 4080 Droxol boulevard Chicago committed suicide at her hotel In Logansport Ind by shooting herself In tho temple with n revolver James D Reynolds of Boston was nominated by the president to bo as sistant secretary of tho treasury House committee on military affairs ordered a favorable report of a joint resolution authorising tho organisa then now known as the Army and Na vy Union to wear the distinctive badge adopted by It Without a tremor J Samuel Mo Cue former mayor of Charloltesvlllo Va mot death on the scaffold for wife murder Ho confessed Ilualneaa fallurea In the United States for the week ending February d number JUT as against 290 lint week J02 In the like week In 1904 217 In 190L SM hi IMS The presidents new team of sorrel hones frightened at an ante and ran away while the driver Julius Wheel or was taking them to the stable from tbe wblte hoses The horae Dion landed on tbe Iron palling of the war department fence Inflicting n ISlnck gash august L Shaffer the wife murderer was hanged at the Jail at Wash legion City One of the mahogany boxes wblch contained the odleUI returns of the tale election will be itreeenled to PreeldeHt Rootwvelt This will bo re Weed by the president aa a souvenir of Jill election A mob of strikers that Invaded the yard of the Kalnarlnen works at Sos novice was tired upon by tho military Twentyeight persons were killed and 36 seriously wounded five dying later Confronted by living wUnoneea at Ute coroners Investigation Into UM death of Mrs WalckerHooh bin last wife Johann Hoeh the much tear ried man according to the polio has admitted lilt marriage to 13 women In the last ten years Eight of theee wives are dead Inga Hanson the Salvation array girl who for flue years bas been In votv In fensaUoaal litigation with the Chicago City Railway Co was found guilty of perjury Pollr of Lincoln Neb claim to Identify Johann Hoeli of Chleano a man who IMmt eighteen ninths ago tinder the name of Alfred Heeht mar vied a Mrs Mary Goofs of that city After g niiiK her money he deserted herJohn II iiiyfon of Missouri has contrail id with the Japanese government to furnish them 1MM horses to he nut in the mikados army A collision occurred between 15 rata ntiikfrn and the military at tbe RtiHsUn hinilon of Skariysko Poland In which 24 strikers were killed and 40 womikil J1orIir C3ov JIII K Campbell of Ohio who has been a reaident of New York iiiy for the Lcut five years will rrsumv the practice of taw la Colnm busOnly energetic meaaurea by the troops and pollc at 8t Petersburg prevented the resumption of the former tactic of the strikers marching from factory to factory and Inducing or compelling impkiyea to lay down their tools me bill for the aennnitlon at enureh and state whlsli WM Intro duced in the Inch chamber of dep titles will be pushed to Its paMage without delay At New HrlgHton PaM a man and two boys were killed twe boys are dying and three more wore slightly Injured at Ute result of a bobsled car rying IS boys daahlnc Into a truth The republicans of tho house of jep reeenlatlves decided In conference that the house statehood provision push prevail or that no statehood legislation will be enacted by the present session UfTorts are being made to induce Oov Folk of Missouri to change the set date for the exeouUon of Dill Rudolph to some other day than St Patricks day After an absence of moo than 12 years from the ring John L Sullivan publicly challenged J J Corbott ton return match Sullivan declared hlr it Crolter who was killed ns a result of an accident while ran ing his automobile at Ormond Fin loft no will and as a result his father Richard Crokor will Inherit hla en tiro fortune estimated at about tOO 000For two hours 100 veterans and many citizens solemnized with nil tho rites of the G A R the funeral of J W Bogoss an old soldier nt Hull In only to find after the funeral and In torment that thoy had burled tho corpso of a woman taken from a train on route to South Dakota Tho American society for sanitary and moral publicity was organized in Now York by 30 woll known physi clans clergymen and men of public spirit Members of the now society announce that thoy proposo to treat the social evil as tho community at present treats any contagious disease The litigation Involving the guar dianship of Moses Fowler Chase the young Indianapolis millionaire and tho administration of his restate which has engaged tho attention of the courts of Indiana Michigan and Ohio has been brought to a close Ills father Is tho proper guardian Biieono Hester a railway mall clerk wax arrested at Montgomery Ala anti Is In jail In default of a 3 000 bond Ho Is ncousod specifically of abstracting 2000 from a registered letter Jacob Ilobonsteln C5 of Now York sank his own and his wlfos fortuno Ir Wall street and then attempted sul cldo While temporarily insane James Bs toe a farmer at Marshall Okla mur dered his wife and daughter Maud at tempted to kill his son Lawrence who escaped set flro to tho house and committed suicide No I have gono some but I novor got In his class Iont charge nu with that said Mrs Bosslo William son McGuff of Lima 0 when shown tho report from Chicago that sho was ono of hocks wives In accordance with an odd clause In tho will of Mrs Constance Miller aged and wealthy widow of Now Ro cholle N Y hur ashes wore dopos Ited in a work basket sho had used for years and burled In a grave along side her husbands An hour after she had conclude her portrayal of tho death of Cnmllli on the stago Nelllo Clbney nn Ito trees at Jefferson City Mo was sol ed with paroxysms of coughing and expiredThe 110000 fire which swopt the buildings NocSW to 270 Fifth ave nue Chicago and In which ton fire men were rescued from death after being hemmed in by the flame was started by firebugs At Cleveland 0 Thomas Hopkins a carpenter was starving while at work on the building of the richest men In the world He had eaten nth fug for three days and collapsed Wells ball used as a dormitory for the students of the Michigan Agrlcul tural college at Lansing Mich burned Otto Krtch lIartleben the noted author is dead In Berlin The members of the cabinet have all tendered their resignation and all March 0 they will all be nominated for reappointment with the exception or Mr Wynne who Is to be appointed consul nenoral at London Mr Cortel you vrlll be nominated for postmaster general The Japanese captured an eminence south of Chanchlchln driving off two companies of Russian Infantry First deut Samuel Wllltts of UK Philippine emit died at Manila or pneumonia and his body will be sent to the United States for interment It to HO crime for a public officer In Kansas to solicit a bribe according to a decision handed down by the state supreme emit Aa attempt to naeaaaliiate Bishop Kamlnskl of the Independent CatholU church Polish Buffalo N Y wa4 made Two shots were fired at him but be escaped Injury Andrew Carnegie will go to Cave land te testify against Mrs Caasie L Chad wide under arrest in that city charged with obtaining large sums of money on alleged securities baartnt Mr Carnegies name Judge Green sustained the motIon to quash the Indictment against Thomas J Noonan manager and treasurer of the Iroquois theater In Chicago and dimming the stage carpenter Four small bays war injured two fatally la a collision of a bobsled with an automobile at Kdgenorth Pa Mortgage were lied In the Lake county 111 reconlers ogle 6j which John Alexander fowls receives through the Merchants Dusk of ell ago a 100000 loan on about 400 acne of land on the lake front of Zion City Oapt James Lee president of the Leo UM Packet Co ntH one of the moat widely known river men south ol SL lonh la dead InMompkH Tenn Tine worst WlianrO In tell 30A with tbo thermometer at zero and below WevftUed in North Texas Judge A H Tanner United States Senator MltcbeHs law partner confess ail to perjury in his evidence given before the federal grand jury In conned lien with the Investigation of Ihelant frauds In Oregon Completion of the pollee Invoetlga lion into the attain of Johann Hol has been made and tho ca now will be turned over to the states attorney- A monster revival meeting Is to behold In New York city by minister repretantlng all denominations The Baltimore Ohio transfer steam or Gazelle was sank at West Wheeling Tho Uo has destroyed her almost com pletcly Tribute to tho memory of the late Senator George Friable Hoar of Mas sachus tts was tho occasion of a apt clal session of the houso of ropreseii tntlves A company of Russians attacked Waltaoslmn village and were repulsed A company of Russians attacked Liu chlontun and were repulse The Rus Stan artillery titan slowly shelled LI it chlontun and vicinity Mathlas Drledzina was frozen to death on his doorstep with his hand on tho doorknob nt Chicago By tho breaking of the Ico In tho hare bor of Cincinnati It Is estimated that 200000 worth of property was de stroyed Strikers attached tho workers In the electric station at Sosnovlco Troops fired from tho windows of tho plant wounding many people A terrific explosion at tho dynamlto plant of the Dupont Powder Co at Boylcs Gap five miles north of Birm ingham Ala wrecked tho plant and broke windows and extinguished all lights within a radius of two miles At Denver Col James Foltham pleaded guilty to a charge of fraud at the charter election of September 22 1903 in tho criminal court and was sentenced to 00 days In tho count Jail THE COLDEST IN YEARS Decided Cold Wave Prevails in Western States There Is Much Suffering With Loss of Life Prairies Along the Colorado 8 Southern Road Strewn With Dead Stock Kansas City Fob 13Tho coldest weather In years prevails in this seo doIIt was 22 degrees below at Lawton Okla It was below and at Tulsa L T 76 degrees below zero In Indian Territory tho weather Is tho coldest slnco 1809 and there Ja whoIcumbed to the cold near Lawton Guthrle O T Fob 13For tho past 34 hours Oklahoma has suffered from tho coldest weather In many years The temperature was 6 below and ranged at zero all day From all parts of the two territories como accounts of sufferings and death aa the result of the sudden norther Cattlemen hero state that range took will suffer the greatest lose In years and some place the loss as high as 30 per cent on the ranges In Bea- Ver and Woodford counties Denver Col Feb lZnoportl of intense cold accompanied In sections by snow fall were received at the of flee of the local weather bureau front Colorado Wyoming and New Mexico In Southern Colorado and Northern New Mexico tho worst storm since 1SSC la raging according to dispatches from Trinidad In New Mexico the storm reached the proportions of a blizzard and great damage to stock is reported Railroad men report the prairies along the lino of the Colorado Southern strewn with the carcasses of chat sheep and cattle- ARBITRATION TREATIES They Were Ratified By the Senate In Amended Form Washington Feb ItTho sonatofn executive session ratified the arbitra lion treaties between tho United States and eight Buropean government In the face of a vigorous protest from the president the senate amend ed the arbitration treaties which recently were negotiated with Huro poan eountrie In aveh a way In tho Judgment of Mr Roosevelt aa to viti ate them The word treaty was substituted for agreement In ArU ale S and thin evisceration will kayo Ute Meet of nullifying the chief per poee of the pacts that have been pre pared with such great care and pride by the administration BATTLE HOUSE HOTEL The Famous Hostelry One of the Larg est In the South Burned Mobile Ala Feb IS Ixwsea esti mated at a quarter of a million dollars have been eat by a fire which left the famous Rattle house a ruin and wept on to buildings adjoining The blaze WM discovered ihortly before 11 oclock p m and burned fiercely for several boors Two elevator boys Joseph Parks and Bernard Constantine stuck to their posts until all the pats had been gotten out although the el- ton caught lire and the youngsters were burned about the face and hands One persons was killed and several were seriously injured In tie Battle houseTHE SCHEME FAVORED The Czar Has Endorsed the Revival of the Zemsky Zabor St Petersburg Feb UTlle news that Bmporor Nicholas has Indorsed the scheme for the revival of the sem sky rabor or ancient land parliament which old emperors convoked In times of stress has spread through the city mid erected Intense satisfaction among the liberal classes The newspapers were filled with articles descriptive of this ancient Russian institution Indicating that word had gono forth that the gov ernment had decided to listen to the volee ot ropresjntatlvoa of tho people Wont Touch the Tariff Washington Feb nAs a result of 1 conference of republican loaders at tho white house the tariff will not bo tote lIed at this session and there will be no extra session of congress called until lato In the fall A tariff ached ule will be prepared during the sum mer Railway Rate Bill Dead Washington Fob 13fho railroad rate bill which passed ttto house al most unanimously Is dead The sen ato will not take It up at this session This fact has boon definitely cammur nlcatod to tho president aid he so cepts It An Internal Deadlock Ioudon Feb InTho correspond ent at St Petersburg of tube Tlme duo scribing tho situation says that tho policy of thrift Is pervading all classes government capital labor and oven the revolutionists the result be- Ing an Internal deadlock Secretary Taft Will Be the Orator Now Haven CU Fob 131t Is an nounced that Wlllluni If Taft soore tary of war will bo the orator at tho annual commencement exercises of tho Yale paw school noxt June Sec retary Taft was graduated In 1878 fiFROM ALL fJVERTHE STATE DEPOSITION OF SAM FIELD He Is One of the Witnesses Who It Is Alleged Were Enticed Away Winchester Iy Fob 10Tho dop osition of Sam Fields was taken Ho was one of tho witnesses who It Is alleged wore enticed away from hero during tho MhrcumHargls trial and Is now undor arrost for contempt of court He corroborated More Foltnor In that D P French paid them money and that all tho oxpensos wore paid by Foltnor Sheriff McCord received from tho circuit clerk of Dreathltt county a warrant of arrost for Moso Foltnor It was Issued at tho request of S II Hurst who Is his bondsman for 5000 for his appearance at Jack son to be tried for tho killing of Jesse Fields and Hurst desired to bo reloas ed from this bond Circuit Judge Denton has stated that so long ns tho prisoners aro In tho custody of tho Clark county offi cars thoy shall not bo taken to Jack son Foltnar will therefore not at tempt to give bond H Is rumored that troops will be naked for when Feltner Is taken to Jackson for trial in a few weeks LOCATION FIXED Hunt Site Chosen By the Legislature For the New State House Frankfort Feb 9Tho location of Kentuckys statohouse was settled forever by tho passage In the house of the bill agreed on by the Joint confer osco committee on Monday and pass ed by the senate on Tuesday There was no delay about a vote as the bill was taken up as soon as It was reported from the senate The amendments made by the conference committee wore adopted and the bill as amend ed passed by G3 to 14 This fixes the location on the Hunt silo In South Frankfort on an elevated plateau of 30 acres on which the new building can be vIowed with fine effect front many directions and can bo seen plainly from the L N railroad trains going and coming from Lex- Ington Frankfort Ky Fob 10Tho road Ins and comparing In open session the bill locating the now statehouse on the Hunt site was all tho work the legislature had to do and adjourned sine dlo The bill Is now in the governors hands Ho will approve it COLLEGE REUNION Most Remarkable Ever Known In the South To Be Held at Lexington Lexington Kr Feb nBtep hue been taken here to hold the moat re markable college reunion ever known In the south Kentucky university the oldest college weet of the Aile glienles idled a meeting of promi neat alumni who took up the work It contemplates a big outdoor dinner on commencement week with promi nent speakers and a gathering of the old students and alumni of the col loge for 40 years from all over tho globe Steps were taken to get tile namee of thotfe men- RESISTED ARREST Five Holes Shot Through a Negro Who Tried To Kill a Deputy BurkesvlHo Ky Fob 10Whlle re stating arrest Lewis Philpot a Negro was killed at Willis crook by Jack Gwlpn a deputy sheriff Gwinn was attempting to arrest Philpot on a war rant for breach of peace when ho cut at tho officer with his pocket knife Another Negro came to help take Phllpot and In tho fight that followed Philpot was shot five times Every ball passed entirely through tho Negros body and death was intanta neousFeltner Fears Assassination Lexington Ky Feb 9Moses Feltnor will through Winchester at torneys appeal to tho governor for troops to guard him when lie is tae ken to Jackson on the 20th to be tried on the charge of murdering Jesse Fields As a result cf startling ovl donco given In his deposition at Win chester ho fears assassination Two Prisoner Paroled Frankfort Ky Feb 11Tho state prison commission granted paroles in two cases as follows James II Free man of Montgomery county who was sent up for two years for manslaugh ter W T Cross of Motcalfe county who was sent up March 17 1904 Tor two yours for housebreaking Death Watch on Roy Green Owonsboro Ky Fob 9Tho death watch was placed on Hoy Green sen tenced to no hanged on Friday February 17 for the murder of James Coomcs at the fair grounds on July 31 1004 It Is believed ho will make a confession Sues For 25000 Damages Newport Ky Feb 11Maggie NInnllwlkilling of her husband David Starr who was a trackwalker in the employ of the company Starr was tilled December 4 190- 1Joshua Adams Dead Harrodsburff Ky Fob 11 Joshua Adams ono of the oldest and most prominent citizens of the county died theI t HARGIS IN LEXINGTON He Held a Conference With Judge Has zelrlgg and Others Lexington Ky Feb 9 =Senator Alex Hargls hold a conference hero with Judges Hazelrlgg McQuown Hayes and Bach relative to tho indictments charging him his brothers Judge James and Elbert Hargls and Sheriff Ed Callahan with the murder of James Cockrill In 1902 Theso In dictments are being resisted tho ques lon of the Jurisdiction of tho Fayetto court now being before the court of appeals Senator Hargls was on his way from Jackson to Frankfort when ho learned that the hearing had been postponed and had his attorneys meet him hero None of those present would discuss whether any conclusion was reached or what phases of tho case were discussed Hargis will return to Jackson Frankfort Ky Fob 9Tho court of appeals extended from February 10 to 18 Its temporary writ of prohibi tion restraining tho Fnyotto circuit court from taking jurisdiction of tho Hargls murder cases from Dreathltt count and sustained a motion by Commonwealths Attorney John Al len of the Fayettc court to summon 17 witnesses from Breathltt county to testify orally In this case THE WRIT OF PROHIBITION Circuit Judge Parker Presented His Response To the Hargis Petition Frankfort Ky Fob 11 Circuit Judge Parker of the Fayette circuit court presonted before the court oC appeals his response to tho petition of the Hargls brothers and Ed Calla han for a writ of prohibition to restrain that court from taking them into custody Tho response questions the power of tho appellate court to interfere by any mode of proceedure oxcept by review upon appeal but declares that ho will abide tho result of Its determination by tho court With a senso of relief tho response will be considered by tho court hero when the petition Is hoard on February 18 next- CHARGES AGAINST OFFICERS The Governor Approved the Finding of the Court of Inquiry Frankfort Ky Fob HOov Dock ham approved a finding of a court of Inquiry of state guard officers recently held at Louisville to Investigate charges against seven officers of the Pint Kentucky regiment and as a re nit of the approval Adjt Con Italy directed that a general court martial be held Several of the officers are to be charged with disloyalty to tho governor and adjutant general and others with failure to mako proper return of stale and government property In their keeping Tho trial will bring about tho reorganization of this regiment as the officers charged aro detached from their companies pent log the result of the courtmartial FELL ON THE ICE Undertaker Frank Effinger Was Killed at Paducah Ky Paducah Ky Fob 9naln which froxo as fast as it toll threatened In estimable damage but a rising tom poraturo caused much of tho ico to disappear with tho rain Several thousand dollars damage resulted to wires trees and crops In this section Frank Bffinger an undertaker died from a fracture of tho skull resulting from a fall on the Ice Twentyfive ensue have been reported so far of persons receiving bruises and broken bones River men now look for big watfrIStreams Are Swollen Lexington Ky Fob HTho melt Ing of the heavy crust of Ico anti snow has swollen tho streams and flit od the ponds In Central Kentucky to tho delight of farmers and stock misers Tho largo lake of the water works company here was lower than ever before known but It has now filled almost to its average spring depth Kentucky Horse Sales Lexington Ky Fob 30At tho Clawing auction of tho Kentucky Sales Co head of trottors averaged 80336 During tho week 276 head were sold for 83425 The top price was 1200 for tho Veteran ch g 4 by Dlrectum Boy dam Ozlla bought by Warren Bacon Paris Ky Aged Woman Burned To Death Durkosvlllc Ky Fob 10At Burn sldo Mrs Mary Seely an aged lady was burned to death at the homo of her granddaughter Mrs A J Kress Sitting on her bed very feeble and partially paralyzed tho old lady ate tempted to light her pipe Death of Capt J H Riley Owonsboro Ky Fob UCapl J H lllloy ono of the bestknown conductors on the Illinois Central road died at his homo In this city after a brief Illness of la grippe Ho was born in Manchester Eng C8 yoars ago Died at the Age of 92 Unlontown Ky Fob11stirs Re becca Agnew who hind lived with tutu family of George Man haUor thli countyfor a number of y tin Is dead nt the age of 92 years The Immll ate cause of her death was fail I 111 t t t 11 11111 East End Drug Co I DEALERS MEDICINES IN PURE DRUGS AND Seo our 6c and 100 counter A WONDER OF GLASS- WORK Come and look at the nicest liuo of QUEENS WARE ever in Berea We also carry a nice line of FRESH GROCERIES and STAPLE ARTICLES at the lowest prices CALL AND SEE US PRESCRIPTIONS SPECIALTY H C WOOLF Prop 111111 111 1111 III r e 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 miles west of Boron Ky Two churches and a schoolhouse in sight For further particulars call on E B WALLACE Phone 63 Berea Ky S McGuire is ut all times thoroughly prepared- to deal with eye troubles Your eyes examined by the very best and latest optical instruments His work gives satisfaction for prices on all his work are right Lenses refitted within a low days after taking the order If you have any defect of vision it will pay you to look over his stock and I receive correct treatme- ntOPTICIANi Berea Ky For Sale About ten or twelve build ing lots on the Louisville and Nashville railroad one halt mile from Berea near Berea brick and tiling fact tory in a fine locality and good neighborhood Can ba bought right ct For further particulars call on L B MOORE Berea Ky THE OLD RELIABLE ReEi DOES DARKER SHOP Is now located in newly furnished rooms over Gabbard Hills Store New Furuiturn outfit and every con venience for firstclass Hair cutting Shampoo or Shave They say money does not make people happy ITrya box of i I V UNSURP- ASSABLECANDIES I JOESRichmond Sole Agent t Mail ordure promptly filled ii r A SNOW BLOCKADE t Railroads in Northern Indiana t Experience Difficulties in Operating Their Trains PASSENGER TRAFFIC ANNULLED Three Heavy Enginti Failed toExtrl sate1wo Freight Tralni From Drifts ear Leeibur The Indiana Railway Co Hat Not Op orated An Interurban Train Br twnn Goehen and Elkhart FIr Two Day Qoihen Ind Feb 15For many years the railroad travtralng North era Indiana have experienced no such difllcultlea In the operation ot trains II betset them now All paaaenter traffic on the Michigan division ot the Bit Four was annulled Three heavy engines were used unsuccessfully In the endeavor to extricate two freight trains from the snow drifts near Lees burg south of here The Indiana Railway Co has not operated an In terurban train between Goshen and Elkhart for two days and before traf fic can be resumed the company will oe compelled to remove snow from nearly ten miles of track which income places Is covered to a depth ot ilx feet Farmers with sleighs are Hauling passengers from stalled trains lo farm houses where they are being ared for A blizzard with the tern peraturo at 15 degrees below zero rated here all day Malls have been lalayed for two days The Blizzard Continues Fort Wayne Ind Feb 15The blizzard that has tied up all traffic In ibis section of the state continues un bated Lake Shore trains are snow bound north of this city and a Lake Erie A Western train which left In dianapolis is stalled in a drift at Sheldon Passengers are suffering from the exposure on all railroads DUll ntsg is practically suspended- A snow blockade prevails on the Big Four between Wabash and Denton Harbor Mich Passenger trains have been hold up all day Wabash trains are many hours late At Valparaiso a terrific blizzard has been raging for 48 hours Trains are from 5 to 10 hours late The temper ature has ranged from 16 to 24 degrees below zero Elkhart Ind Feb 15The Sign ot tile Cross theatical company Is snow bound at Warsaw The Robert Fltz ilmmon Co which left for Marlon else Is snowbound along the way Attempted Suicide Adalrvlil Ky Feb 15T M Glr via a wen to do farmer living west of here attempted suicide because ot bad health making an attempt to cut his throat with a razor Ha will re eTer MIllionaire Dropped Dead LouisTllla Ky Feb 15 Taeophlll Conrad a millionaire resident ot Lou IsTllla dropped dead of heart dlnut at Us home in St Janaa court Jut after returning from a lecture SEEDTIME Tge experienced farmer has learned that some grains require far differ ent soil than others some crops need diHer cnthandling than others He knows that a great deal depends upon right planting at ths right time and that the soil must be kept enriched No use of complaining in summer about a mis take made in the spring Decide before the seed is planted JJe best time to reme dy wasting conditions in the human body is before the evil is too deep rooted At the first evidence of loss of flesh Scotts Emulsion should be taken imme diately There is noth ing that will repair wasted tissue more quickly or replace lost flesh more abundantly than Scotts Emulsion It nourishes and builds up the body when ordi nary foods absolutely- fail n iii Joan Smrlt Iee lie ure thIn this picture in ttie form ot a is on the wrapper of onr- holl 0 KwulIOU- uu buy SCOTTCBOWNE CHI MISTS 409 Pearl Street NEW YORK joe and SI kil Jruiguti ll11tllHHll1111111111111 tF1Itl1I Eastern Kentucky News Ho eorrtipondenw pntUthed unltu ricaed la full by tit writer Till name U not rot publication bet II II erldenet of good tall Write pUJnly 9ttl1I1tti1ItttIth CLAY COUNTY- BRIGHT SHADE Feb 5 Harrison Mills of ihii plnco is not much better at this writing Squire Matt Smith had r good congregation ut his court day Friday but nobody sent to jail Andrew Manning is paying Kuo Co a flyingvisit Tho twin children of Dan Mills are both dead Mrs I D Oreor has gone to hoiiRokeephif again of lateMiss Flora Greer of Sturgeon has moved back to Clay CoMarriedof late Mr Conway Jackson to Mrs Pearl AlJeftMrs Lana Smallwood is visiting her sister Visa Luly Smith at this place Clark Smith is visiting friends at Martin Creek this week MADiSOn COUNTY BLUE LICK Mrs Lou Brntcher is verLillat this writing John M Johnson who has boon sick is able to out again Frank Bratcher spent last Sunday with Mr Will UoheJ W Johnson mid family spent last Sunday with his parents The Sunday school at this place is hold among the various Ironies near the district schoolhouse every Sunday at 230P x The meeting on Feb lUth will be held at Mr Davidsons home A building will be erected on a lot donated for the purpose ut the June tion of the Blue Lick and Scaffold Cune roads us soon ns possible As this Sundayschool is nonsectarian the members of all denominations ire heartily invited to uid in carrying an this good work Mss rs nix and Percy are superintending the work and theyearnestly desire the lOOp eration of every person young and ild to make this n strong helpful schooL Tho attendance thus far tins been gratifying and we trust it may xintinue to iuurtlllSoI DRIP ROCK Feb 14Mre W II Lynch died in the 10th instant of consumption Mrs I T Alcorn is very low at his writingJ E Sparkman is still caching ut this place Perry Q Logsdon is thinking of moving to lied Lick We hate to see one of our bellt citizens leave usJohn S Lakes raudidale for assessor is moving iround among the voters these days iVe could not vote for a hotter man than Mr Lakes Jobn Alcorn thinks oC going to Hamilton soon Charles Slick has not visited us lately We piss hint veryJmuch Ire and high water are keeping us out of n little nail so TimE CITIZEN will be doubly welcome when it comes Mlsa Floe Fowler is school at McKee FOR SALEj Some nice clover hay GO cents per tuudred delivered when not less han ton is purchased Also 23 tons of nice Timothy baled hay 00 cents hr hundred under similar condition SIIELIIT C TUDOR Boren Ky HORSE STOLEN- A dark bay horse white stripe in forehead 10 hauls high weight out 000 pOunds Was stolen Saturday nIght Fob 12 Anyone able to give information leading to tho recovery will receive a reward 0 P PHILLIPS Berea Ky Anyone having claims against tho state of C M curt deceased should present them to mo on or before the 10th of March 1005 verified accord ing to law C E Curr Admr r ISIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR The Hunt Site Bill la Now In Full Force and Effect Franktort Ky Feb 15Gov Beck ham signed and approved the Hunt site bill and It Is now In full force and effect The state house commis sioners held a meeting and had all the owners of the Hunt site land before theta endeavoring to reach an agree ment by which the line on the north of the Hunt properly from Shelby to Logan streets can be made straight so that a broad street can be openrd along the north border ot the property The properly owners announced that they would agree among themselves to make the line straight A proposi tion will be made to the city of Frank fort to purchase a strip ot ground 40 feet wide and 400 feet long so as to make Main street 90 feet wide for Its full length up to the Hunt cite It the city will do this the commissioners will open up a street 100 feet wide from Shelby to Logan streets a distance of 900 feet Architect Andrews has been notified by the commission to come to Frankfort and again go over the site with a view of ascertaining exactly the manner of laying off the grounds as to streets and approaches STREET ASSESSMENTS The TenYear Plan For Payment Held To Be Valid Frankfort Ky Feb lliThe court of appeals In the case ot city ot Lexington vs Smith Bowman decided a question ot great Importance to Oav Ington Newport and all the cities of the second class A Lexington ordl nance provided for street Improvements on a plan giving the abutting property owners ten years In which to pay their part of the cost Bowman made two payments and then refused to pay more on the ground that the ordinance was not valid Five yearn heIand that Bowman can not bo to plead limitation after making two payments on tho ten yoar plan COLLEGE BURNED The Kentucky Wesleyan University In Ruin Winchester Ky Feb IIiThe Ken lucky Wesloyan college the official school of the Methodist Episcopal church south burned causing a loss ot about 175000 with Insurance ot ono tliird that amount It is believed that the Ore started from an overheat ed furnace All the Interior equipments ot the handsome college were destroyed Including the costly Flth library The Insurance on the build- Ing Is 25000 Fatal Whooping Cough Smith Grove Ky Feb 15Whoop Ing cough Is proving fatal In the Bar ren river country six miles south ot town Two of Garland Moores chil dren succumbed to the disease and Mrs John Hlnton found her twoyear old child dead In bed Two deaths caused by the disease are reported from Folkvllle and two from Hydro To Vote on Local Option Question Owlngsvllle Ky Fob 16The bat tie between the local option forces and the wet faction Is on In force In Bath county In the county the petition to bold an election to vote on the question of local option has secured a sufficient number of signers and an election will be held In May Judge J H Bowden Stricken Russellvlilo Ky Feb 1G Judge James H Bowden a leading lawyer has been stricken with paralysis and owing to his age It is thought that ho will not survive He served one term on the superior court bonch when that branch of the court was In exlteaco CUD TXOXT POs NATIONAL WAVY WIIOBT OKAHKONMIP JUI UGUN AT t 1t Carriage Satisfaction Here IT2rn rr nine Our Vehicles are one FLAWLESS In wheel body finish and trimmings No other sort could give the antisfactiou our giveNo than HERE No better limo to uy than NOW Prices down to Rookbottom Qualities up to Topnotch We repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky YourHeart May Be Weak One Person in Four Haa a Weak Heart One of the surest signs of a weak heart It chorine of breath after uerelJO Your heart la not able to pump tht blood fait enough to your lungs Some of tha other ymptomi of Hear Trouble are Palm In the Side flask and Shoulder Painting or Weak HpsII Dry Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles CeM Feet or hands No one eon afford to allow a week heart to go without medicine beeaun weak heart means poor circulation and poor circulation means weak lungs temaoh liver kidneys etc If therefore you suspect heart trouble begin taking Dr Mile New Heart Cure The Heart Cure will do you gold a 1 It Is a splendid tome for the blood and nerve and will revitalize your entire system Finally remember Dr Mile New Heart Cure Is sold under a guarantee that the first bottle will do you good If It doesntyour money back I was amieted with heart trouble for thrH years I would be apparently all and without memettight fall as though hot he aUeki were frequent and a terrible dread pea sewed me aa never knew when or where nor under what condition I would be attacked and whether I wwuld survive them I consulted and was treated by- physicians moat eminent of the hate Not nnJInr reo tills sourer I began taking Dr Mlle Heart Cure and braa to Improve at once I Used ten bottle which cured me an I have nt fe4n1MnsJOlIN FREE write to us for o Trial raekaca of Dr Mlles Ant PAin Plll the New Selenltae Rem dy Pain Also Symptom lllrnk Our Specialist will dUgnoie tell y1TeopDi W1IIn LHd how ICAiyalt It LAUORATOIUK3 CLKHART IND + If to at We to and more is this new new and Wo know can save you be a a o o 0 o I I I I WM with torn sib troubl tors I took la BAHAtt B lUtUrlll lad of stomach and cures cases of II you will a dote fordi Black coca you will your than by any disease not only Ill and and keeps the bowels All drug iiu sell Me at to Ferry N Wo have Known aa the R D Moat Store on Main Street anti will leave fresh moat on hand all the time Come and see ua for fair Your Is here 1 Durham Main Street Berea Ky STOCKED IN and Will out Prices to cult your Puree Phono 40 A P Jr Street Korea Ky 111111111111111111 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