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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j 11Ao m lHt11itiI111 f g a + Y VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2H 1905 One dollar a year NO1m II uuLINCOLN PHRASES Had promises uro beltnr broken tlmn kept- Yon cannot overturn n pyramid but you can undermine it Wo fihull Roonor linvo tho fowl by hatching the egg than by winching it Some men nro convinctHl through much argument hilt calling n sheeps tall n leg does not innku it With malice toward none with charity for nil with firmness in the right lot ktrivo on to finish the work wo uro In to bind up the nations wounds to rare for him who shall have homo the battle mid for hit widow and his orphan to do ull which nay nchiuvo and cherish n jimt and lasting race among ourselves unit with nIl notion TAKE NOTICE The Annual Debate Ixstwcon the Alpha Zeta and Phi Delta Literary Societies on thequestion Resolved that the history of trade unions in the Cnlied Stales forth past twenty years has shown a gonend tendency iletri mental to the best intonMs of our country occurs tomorrow night at 730 pin in the Tatar nole FROM THE WIDE WORLD YandidR nmearcd the Htatuo of X Shakespeare at Wolmar with black Held Twenty Ilulgnrians were killed in n fight with Turks at Strumitza Kebnmry 10 The Turks burred the village mid the Ixxlies of fourteen women and several children sub sequently worn found in the ruins The students of the Si Petersburg University held a turbulent meeting Monday and decided tONURpend their studies until tho fall HtsoIiitioiiH were adopte denouncing the war and demanding the freedomof Hpwch freedom of the proM and various reforms- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY David llanna one of the most prominent mull of Harrodsburg Ky is Still morn lntllctim ntR are expect ed in Ill Cookrlll murder oasa In HrwUhltl county nn result of thin first weeks wurlc by the visiting evangelists in Louis villi 8XX jHoplo signed cards Sun tiny declaring their Intention to lend Christian liven- Danville Fob 21A Y M C A building that will coal In the neIgh iKirhood of 21000 will Iw Uected in Dunvillo within a whorl time In the juuil two weeks n movement has been started among tho business men mattoitizensof the county smith several difTeront sites in the heart of the city have been mentioned an excellent locations Tomorrow evening in the Second Presbyterian church tho annual twenty second oratorical contest bttwren the Deinologian and Chamltorlain Literary Societies of Centre College will take place IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho fire loss at tho Hcxxnc tunnol docks at Charlcstowu Mass amount ed to n million dollars The degree of Doctor of Law was conferred on President Reoserelt and Emperor William by the University of Pennsylvania President Roosevelt has signet the bill relieving Collector Denton of Danville Ky of liability for 57000 worth of stolen revenue ntamps Tho Washington anniversary ad dress to the University of Pennsyl vania students was delivered in tho Academy of Music at Philadelphia by President Roosevelt Gen Low Wallace author of Ben Ilur former Minister to Turkey and veteran of the Mexican nil Civil wars diet Wednesday rt his home 10llgillold Time Kansas Oil Producers Aaso cialion sent a telegram to tho resident protesting against the renewal of privileges in the Olin go reservation to the Standard Oil Company and invoking tho aid of the Government in tho battle with the octopus One hundred and fiftytwo coal miners wore entrapped in the bowels of a mine of the Alabama Steel and Wire Company near Bessemer Ala Monday afternoon through an ox plosion that caused tons of debris to fall al the entrance to tho shaft corn I pletely closing it Tho Mouse Committee on Agricul hero will recommend bill to prohibit tho dissemination of insect pests The bill was suggested by the plan proposed by u Texas man to n Now York house for tho booming of tho cotton market by scattering tho boll weevil throughout tho South 111tM1ltHI1111IIl1IITHE CITIZEN IVOL MOTHER AND CHILD IN A JAPANESE GARDEN The Jnitnncxo ore nil plrttirnuiuc n they ore plucky and the gardens of the well to do when mothers sad children get fresh nlr and exercise are beau diet spots Among the j oor Jnpnntwe liable are carried strapped on the hacks of tlulr older brother mid sister who run nnd hop nlxjut lu play as It auconafloiift of the burdens they curry THE MINE HORROR The Scene at the Virginia Col Hery Is Most Gruesome tend Harrowing HEROIC EFFORT OF RESCUERS Or the 160 Men Entombed by the Explosion Only 45 Uodle Have Been lirought Up The Recovery of So Many Precludes Any Idea That Any Living Men Remain Among the Unfortun ates Still In the Mine Birmingham Ala Feb 22Thfl scone at tho Virginia unlace where n terrific afterdamp explosion Imprisoned 100 men 700 feet below the cur face was the most gruesome and harrowing that hOB ever been witnessed In tbo mining section of Alabama Of tho miners who entered tho mines so far only 45 bodies have been recovered As tlmo grows notwithstand ing the Titanic efforts of the rescuers to reach tho entombed men the recov ery already of so many dead bodies precludes any Idea that any living men remain among the unfortunates still In tho mine With tho first ominous grumble of tho coming catastrophe by common Impulse every citizen of tho model ralno village of Virginia rushed to the mouth of the main slope Crazed then with anxiety the abject hopeless nose of rescuing their fathers broth ers and sons has only increased the harrowing scones around the mines Corpses Frightfully Mangled Tho corpses are frightfully mangled and disfigured and Identification Is al most Impossible Many of them aro so badly bruised and twisted and die colored that negroes can not bo told from whlto men All day long at tho month of the mlno tho walling and moaning of tho women and children whoso unfortunate relatives were in the mlno has been tho most heartrend ing feature of the disaster Ono hun tired families and 300 children are left destitute and without means of sup port by the calamity and they are of the best class of mining families in Alabama As tho bodies of the victims which In many cases havo been gathered together a piece at a time are brought to the surface they are placed In rows on a tough improvised platform and ambulances began the removal of those so far recovered to BessemerSince list of dead will probably go to 160 the local undertakers hnvo wired to adjoining cities for comas as It was found there wore not enough suitable coffins In tho district to bury the victims Handicapped By Foul Gases The work of the diggers at the mine has been an Inspiration to tho specta tors and every one line done all In his power to facilitate the work of rescue The excavation of the debris has been handicapped from tho start Tho foul gases which had collected In tho slope made necessary the use of safety lamps and It was found that lens than a score of safety lamps were available In tho district Union miners went to the scene front practically every min ins CtUHfl xUila o Imo oJL 2J mllcq of Virginia City to aid in the work of rescueOut of the 4C bodies recovered far one was found which was barely aUTo Tho body was carefully taken from time mlno and heroic methods re ported to to bring the man to con sciousness lie is still live but evant hope is hold out for his recovery President Flynn of the Alabama Unit ed Mine Workers said I shall be surprised if a single person escapes allvo from that mine Ventilation Is very difficult and trtho men wore not killed by the explosion thorbavo certainly been suffocated gases The bodies so far reached wore in tho main slope and will bo several days before we can III to tbo rooms which branch off tho main slope Head Brought Up In a Basket Ono of tho most gruesome sights witnessed was a mans head being carried out of the mlno In a dinner basket It was found in this position and the flesh was almost entirely burned away from tho skull Legs anna and mangled trunks were brought out In succession In this manner After nightfall the entrance to the mlno was converted Into a verit able chamber of horrors tho awful noss of which was Intensified by tho flickering of the lamps as tbo feeble rays toll upon the mangled and bleed ing fragments of human flesh strewn about the entrance in sickening con fusion Master Sheet Metal Workers Philadelphia Feb 2Master sheet metal workers from various parts of the country as far west as Milwaukee met hero and formed the National As sociation of Master Sheet Metal Work ers Twenty states wero represented Internal Revenue Collections Washington Fob 22Tho monthly statement of the collections of internal revenue show that for the month of January 1905 tho receipts were 17380443 an increase as compared with January 1904 of 484959 Two Men Burned To Death Lowlstown Pa Fob 22Peter Morrow aged 48 years of Youngstown 0 and Shorty McMann 39 years of age of hays Station near Pittsburg were burned to death In a shanty near BurnhamA ELECTION There Were Disorders at the Polls In Many Wards In Pittsburg Fittsbnrg Pa Feb 22 Seldom has Pittsburg passed through a more strenuous election than when tho citi zens the party In power and tho regular republicans fought for su premacy by working every known po litical scheme In the election of a con troller H is known that John B La kin citizen has defeated Andrew C McLean rep The republicans conS cede Larklns election by COOO major- Ity and the citizens claim It by 9000 Disorder at tho polls in many of the wards reached the riot stage In some of tho precincts One death from ex citement Is reported Training of Cadets Washington Feb 22 Under Sn structlons from the president a joint hoard of army and naval officers met at tho army war college building to consider and report upon the possible training of cadets at the United States military and naval academies and the quesUon of swords and swordsman ship In the army and navy RUSSIANJAP WAR Question of Peace Between the Nations is Being Discussed- at St Petersburg TERMS PRACTICALLY AGREED ON Port Arthur and time Llao Tung Pen Iusula to He Ceded to time Japanese Government Korea To Be Placed Under Japanese Suzerainty Vladivostok To Be Declared a Neutral Port With An Open Door London Feb 22A dispatch to neuters Telegram Co from St Pe tersburg confirming the advices of February 17 and February 18 from St Petersburg to the effect that peace was under consideration adds Tho question of pence has not only betH formally discussed but tho con dition on which Russia Is prepared to make peace have practically been agreed upon These are as follows Korea to be placed under Japanese suzerainty Port Arthur and the Liam rung peninsula to be ceded to Japan Vladivostok to be declared a neutral port with an open door Tho Eastern Chinese railroad to bo placed under neutral International administration Manchuria as far north as Harbin to be restored as an Integral part of the Chinese empire The dlmculty lies in settling thq question of Indemnity upon which it Is known that Japan insists but it is thought that this difficulty is not In superable The most trustworthy opinion at St Petersburg Is that In view of the internal situation and the onrtnnouB difficulty In carrying on the war peace on those terms outlined will be concluded within a comparatively short time If the Indemnity question can be arranged but It is quite possi ble that Russia will risk another bat tie before a d Msoa Ii reached The Peace Rumors In London London Feb 22The rumors that peace between Russia and Japan is near are accepted by the press of Lon don AS having strong inherent proba bility It is pointed out as perhaps significant that Count Benkondorff TlwuMan ambassador has had several audiences recently with King Edward and that the king received in audience Mr SpringRice councillor of the British embassy at St Petersburg who has Just returned from Washington where he was received by Secretory Hay and President Roosevelt According to continental reports the emperor of Austria has used his ef forts to persuade Emperor Nicholas to seek peace It Is suggested that tho terms as outlined by tho St Pe tersburg correspondent may bo regarded as forming an extremely possible basis for peace as they aro held to Include more than Japan claimed before the war Minister HayashI said ho considered the suggested terms highly Interesting and Important but he added he was not aware of any new factor tending to Induce Russia to make overtures and had no Intimations pointing to the conclusion of peace Neither could ho say what terms would bo acceptable to Japan Not Known In Washington Washington Feb 22leace talk between Russia and Japan always finds attentive listeners In Washing ton where there is a wish to see the war between the two countries come to an end Whatever the Russians aro discussing In this matter has not reached officials here Time Japanese according to Mr Takahlra the minister from that country have no reason to take the Initiative The general ex pectation Is that should Japan strengthened as she Is by tho prestige of her ninny victories in tho war de cide to take the Initiative she would mnko representations to Russia through Great Britain or France TROUBLE INCREASING Shops Were Pillaged and Fighting Oc curred In Many Parts of Baku St Petersburg Fob 22Telegrams from Baku report that tho distur bances there are Increasing and that fighting has occurred In ninny parts of the town that shops have been pil laged and houses burned and that tho Inhabitants aro panicstricken Seri ous disturbances are also reported at Ilalakhany eight miles north of Baku and troops havo been summoned thither A SixtyYear Term Manna Feb 22Maj CarrlngUm was sentenced to serve a term of years and 5 days Imprisonment for falsifying government vouchers for the amount of JltJOO Convicted on five counts the sentence on each was 12 years and 1 day Tho caso will bo carried to tho supremo court of the Philippines On the Honor List Poughkeepsle N Y Feb 22The names of 16 girls appear on this years honor list at Vassar college Among them are Bertha Rlckenbrodo Harden Palnesvllle 0 Stella Russell Hub bard Wheeling W Va Katlo Galt Miller and Daisy Leo Worthington Vr I I I I II I II I I I II IHIH Sixteen Departments Eight Pages 1 11 I I IH I I I I I I I I I I I I I Cannot Afford To J LoseII ii AVE you deeds 4 i gages insurancemortI des or other that do not care to lose II 11onein our fire proofvault These safes will take carei f of your papers jewelry etc The Safe costs you yearCome J jr I THE BEREA BANKING COMPANY IJ J MOORE President W H PORTER Cashier rorororovOVorororotoaotoaoo I Read this Read this I a o 0 qo o There are several reasons why you A should buy your furnishings at o THE NEW CASH STOREo o co 01Because they have a new line to select from 0o c0o c0 2Because they have an uptodate line to select from o s11 o c0o c 3Because they sell for cal and you dont have too pay a price to makeup whftt they lose by I 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block lint keep those youngsters straight With eiuud the air la bunting full They Ksve no use tor paler tews The chlnrtidne name Is Sitting Bull And aU tlw little g rli are squaws The Brat repairer rntne last week Italian oiler book and sand And every urchin that could shriek Turned out to join the Injun band- Eich settling sun brings some new Joy- l hey nave the scalping dance today Took prisoner a minstrel toy And bade tne Imprisoned minstrel play XI lateI role their netor prance our dim std land in aulet rests And wearied of the powwow dance Sleep mimic Injun In their netl- C M S In N Y Sun The Iron- BrigadeLfl A STORY OF THE ARMY THE POTOMAC 7OFV By GEN CHARLES KING AMkMlfXtrml aitTatOdWlll L Vllwr fen Tttysr iw cwitftit vat t r a VDmnabamCo- CHAPTER XI QUB3N nOSALlR Kor UQ minutes after reading that strange missive Benton stood absorbed la deep painful thought The alter native prevented was a trying ono From what Dr Chllton had said in the course of the evenings conference the prospect of long imprisonment seemed assured Lounsberry was a man o Influence even a power at Richmond and he could be relied on to exert It against Benton became became said the doctor as he was rearranginG the bandages on Dentons arm he is no longer kindly disposed toward my household sub and Fred reasone that Roselle conld if she would give further and more explicit Information 1 have been fearing this for several Cays sub said Chilton Several o1 my patients who are loyal Virginias and fully in accord with the stand of their state suh have nevertheless been loyal in their friendship to me They Iwllevo In fair play They honor I Uvalric enemy and they know how you protected and aided me From three or four sources therefore thea warnings came and and oUter stori that I prefer not to mention I reo ri d to believe all until Maj Lover berry practically confirmed the truth that Isthe truth of those refsrrir to htm today But I shall write Log lreet tonight sub and to Jell Stuart and to Den Lee They will have influence with the president Mr Benton and meanwhile here both th Mndly voice and the gentle ban seemed to tremble 9I wonld glv e almost anything I own toto atoll your being sent to Libby suh but I Sp no wayI see no way And soon thereafter leaving Pomp t assist bus soldier patient the docto had withdrawn to his study on thE gOurd floor promising to be with him main about five it was Just after 11 oclock b Bcnton8 watch as ha roused hlmseJ from the spot of anxious thought an d looked about him There was slgnld canto In Pomps disappearance It wa e evident that the youngster had Leo carefully coached to point out tb lightning rod as the best means t leave tho house unseen unheard The Benton was confidently expected t make the attempt was obvious Other wise Pomp would have remained t help him off with his boots and unl form Even to his watch purse spun and boots not an Item of his persons equipment had been taken by his ton Ills sword had been strlcke from his hand during the melee at till Hone houso and his revolver was gone but that was all A year later every thing would have become logttlmat spoils of war- Peering from his window Benlo saw or fancied he saw the din light as of a lantern flitting abou the bath Evidently they wer even than welting for him Bvl rlcnlly be wu expected to lose not moment Yet who worn iliey Surel not his venerable boat and helper fa Dr Chilton could nut lend himself t any schema for the escape of th prisoner without breaking fait wit the confederate government Sure lnot Jack his wounded son for court martial and dismissal in disgrace woul follow even circumstantial evldenc that ho had aided or suggested th escape Suroly not Rosalie She ha shown such deep abhorrence of the plo to speed his going that oven aftc bpr Impulsive outbreak early In tb evening he could not but real It wool be treachery to her and to those sh held dear were he now to make the at tempt notwithstanding the fact tha transfer to Libby stared him in th facePomps complicity It was easy to ex plain The negroes as a rule wor glad to help the Llneum soldiers and where they were hesitant a brlb soon settled the matter Then Pomp suggestion of the lightning rod wa till further proof that outsiders no Chlltona were at the bottom of th plan for did the household favor I they would never have sent a one armed man swinging Into space who Uw burl atabs and the back door wcr unguarded and guards or scntrloa of any kind there had been none so sacred was tbo word of a Chilton No as be still pondered over the question the hands of his watch crept to halt past 11 and a horse somewhere out In what appeared to be a lane or alley behind the barn nolghad impatiently and surely ns he could hoar the tick of his watch the beating of his own heart Benton caught the sound of a low gruff voice almost directly underneath his window and then the dull Hidden tramp or hoofs on rainsoaked sod Then then there were two horses or two parties one In tho dark lane one hero almost at his foci Lose not a moment said the note he hnd crumpled in his hand yet here had he lost 30 In childish hesitancy Again he road the clearly penciled lines Again he recalled Rosalies ea gerness to see the previous note and her contemptuous confidence as to Us authorship Burn this too said the second missive and In honor was he not bound to shield one who so ea gerly unselfishly sought to aid or roe cue him 1 Yet Rosalie wished to see and good God how he longed onto more to see her and satisfy himself that sho would approve condone for give It ho soiled this chance of o- soopeto satisfy himself moreover that she no longer held him as she hadIn rank disfavor that possibly possibly But that thought was madness And then though his door stood n trifle ajar and he had been listening listening for any sound that would tell of her pretence near himthat ho might oven at so late an hour have one word with her though not the whisper of a footfall had reached his ears something light aa down and barely audible even to him was softly stealthily tapping on the panel Marvelling he tiptoed to the door and a little scrap of paper waved before his eyes Not a finger was visible He took the paper with his one unfettered hand threw open the door by a quick twist of the foot and something with long dusky masses of hair trailing behind It sped away In the dim light from the lower hall A board or two creaked There was a faint swish of skirts a whiff of fragrance like that of Onf nueltrdthe floor below the hall lamp still burned and the doctor busy In Lie sanctum hemmed loudly and stirred u though to hall or speak A door closed across the wide landing hei door as Beaton could Judge by the sound and then he was alono with this second note blearing It to the rtreeelngtablo ho readPrecious time walled Goor tt may bo too late Rely implicitly on first guide you find And this at least was not from tie tliwothere hocfi beneath the window and lowtoned re t bukeful yet almost Imploring remoa strancc A darkeys voice surely askedoton crept to open and peered down Into the dim depths i below and then came the soft hail in tones ho felt sure he know Blacl singnIng and doing chores about the shads and gardens fur days past Fo Gawd Marse Benton f you dot n come quick e dls horsell spile do while business Then another volcoII mere whisper halt drowned by the sweep of the wind In the trees Pomps quavering tenor Yo dean nccJ fotch nawthln Marco e Benton Weve got overytbln hyub Then came a sudden scurry without a for midway to the barn a soft low y whistle sounded and almost Instantly Denton heard the sound of hoofs again o They wore hurriedly loading a horsc s or two hones away A lantern swung Impatiently at the corner of the barn Somebody was surely signaling Something prompted him by way ol answer to blow out his candle to thrust the notes both scraps of paper Intc a convenient pocket then to kntel by the window and watch and listen Almost instantly the lantern die r appeared and there were five minutes andet made no further hall suddenly he heard the creak behind him of a doore cautiously opening and looking over his shoulder in the dim ghostly light e sifting through the balustrade from the liner below he was able to discern a e tall slender form coming noiselessly a cautiously straight to his now wide a open door Rosalie beyond a doubt f and she believed him gone e Go then he must Athlete that h o had been ever since boyhood It wot no trick at all to swing eVen one handed on so thick a rod Ills heavy 0 gauntlet WAS already on and just as bt rerxjbod forth ti grasp the Iron his practiced oar caught lr rtealthy tread bolowIto the barn Another moment and distinctly In a sudden lull of the breeze ho heard a low cautious Vfllc in half murmur half whisper Words wore Indistinguishable but he Knew the tones Lounsberry beyond qUell tlon and Louniberry hailing In ex ptictatlan of finding there an accoiu pllce Not a second could ho lose now Togo would be to meet the death of an escaping prisoner or at best Justin able imprisonment behind the bars To stay where he was might involve hermight at least so startle as tQ force from her a cry of alarm Quick light and lithe as a panther ho sprang to his feet and mot her Just outside the door No time for explanation Silence he whispered almost savagely Lounsberry is there and then defiant even of liar wrath ho wrapped that one strong arm about liar tot this at least long after was his one excuse he thought sho would fall so sudden was the shock and start so wildly boat the little heart once more fluttering on his breast For a moment she was too dazed to use her strength then through her set teeth aavagol as he had spoken she hissed at him while slender fingers tore at his muscu lar hand Ut mo go Instantly And when ho had released her she again seemed like to fall and be again essayed to haul her but now with clinching 1UU flats she fairly beat Ides off Then springing put hlta roiling a bit but desperate and determined flew to the window knelt and listened tearing him faltering one moment at the door Only a moment though for eating aside all scruple he fol lowed and knelt beside her Shrinking from him with her white hands pressed to her temples amare Indignation then triumph In her face though he could not see It she seemed listening absorbed Again It was Lounsberryi voice and Lounsberry bad found his fellow spy and with omaslng oonfl denee and fluency was Pomp replying Oh what glibness of guile Yeas suh I don tole him so Hi cum down the back stayuhs an outei de back do mos an hour ago an w could show him de way sun Miss Rosalie come tayln after him an drawd him beck into de house again Benton could feel although only a fold of her gown touched him knee that the girl beside him was fairly quivering at that barefaced whopper but quiver lag with wrath or delight he knew not which You Imp of hell If you are lying Ill skin you alive Whose hone were those In the eMs lot ns I came up demanded Lounaberry- Po Gawd captain I do know Dey wasnt ouhs ouhs la in de hahn sub Take de key and see fo yoselt Hyuhs the dochtnh now auk A stream of yellow light had shot suddenly forth u a door la the north wing WM thrown open and lantern In hand out caste the head of the house angering bareheaded What are you doing ken at this hour you black rascal and with whom are you talking Maj Lounaberry slid with amuse and dismay In his voice the old Virginian faced his unlocked fqr visitorI wonder at your surprise doctor promptly replied the staff officer stepping forward into the little circle of light I bad thought to ha at Uordonsvlllo before this but strange things are happening strange stories are afloat It came to my ears while on the way that your servants had been bribed to enable Lieut Den ton to escape this night I returned at once and two of my escorts declare that two horsemen rode away from your side yard yonder barely ton minutes ago You can hear their story or satisfy yourself and me If you will thatthat our prisoner is still hero Still here Maj Lounsberry an swered the doctor with grave dignity Though I warn you now that since your order was Issued remanding him to Libby I no longer assume responsi bUtt I know that he Is still here butdo you prefer to search In person suhY In an instant Rosalie was on liar feet Only a second or two she stood there quivering with excitement then seized him by tho arm Quick Follow mo she whispered Out Into the broad landing she rushed and to Dentons amaze struck a light threw open the lid of an old colonial desk that stood with Its back agunst the wall between the doors of her own and her aunts room plumped him down into a chair and scattered paper and envelopes lo front of him Be writing your letters she whispered command Then away she aped closed her door behind her just as tho doctors voice wa again hoard In tie hall below Two minutes later lantern bearing the master of the house came slowly up the stairs followed by the clinking boots of Maj Lounsberry Feigning surprise at such Interruption the union officer roso deliberately from his soot and confronted the two They stopped short and for a moment were speech loss then As I told you suh said Dr Chtl ton with a bow of mock deference to his unwelcome follower Au I should have known said Maj Lounsborry In prompt though unpalatable acceptance of the situation The major suh said Dr Chllton to hlu guest In pardonably magniloquent enjoyment of tho situation re quired ocular demonstration that you hind not taken unto yourself wings rejoice that we didnt have to disturb you In bed Are you satisfied now Major Lounsborrr Perfectly Dr Chilton Then to Denton Slnco you do not care to- sleep sir perhaps It will not Incom mode you to start at five It would incommode the household no me answered Benton calmly yet WOullerfllE wbat he would do If ardftroO starched at the moment for both those little telltalc notes were now crumpled together In his hand Breakfast Is ordered at G30 tutIam entirely at your service Then placidly he turned and resumed hll sent and lIen Once more UK doctor ushered his visitor to the front door ceremoniously bowed him out regret ling he sold Inability to otter him the hospitalities of his roof for every room was taken nail then tremulous with wrath returned to Benton I cannot fathom this si b said ho That man gave me to understand he would be at Gawdnsvllle tonlght and hero at midnight comes prowling around my place like he was layln n trap sub Mr Benton If there wore any way In my power suh to get you out ot that fellas clutches I believe Id do It hyuh an now anti tho gray haired physician sank Into a chair You can best serve me doctor by getting to bod and resting was lien tons roply You need It sir And then to tho surprise ot both Roealtos door opened and forth she come candle In hand her lustrous hair falling In ebony waves all down her book her face pale but beautiful and with quiet force she led the passive doctor from his seat to the stairway escorted htn to his room talked with him quteU soothingly a moment and then binding him affectionate good night came trip ping lightly up the stairs But it was a transmogrified face that now met Demons gaze Flushed eag er brimful ot wrath and determination she came straight to his side for one moment too excited to speak again the girl who had dared every peril the night she donned confederate uniform for the sake olwltatl I owe everything to your quteknei oT wit Benton llepnNI1toaId new have thought of thta I wu pUng to Jump Into my blanketa Awl spoil everything taW site In deep disdain of suck stupidity litwould haw seen and awpeeted at once You with your bootsin bell Listen now They are riding away mind ashe spoke the clanking of Mbrta and the squashing of hoofs In the oCtI muddy aide street told that Ixmns b rrys aggressive party was really on the move She raa to a window and glanced out after them That when they were surely oat ot earshot and the sound bad tiled away OB the right once more she came to him her yea ablaze her cheeks Afire And now if I had any coasituncttm she murmured fat it Is gone Ot coarse I had striven that you abonkl new suspect we aided you and bad you gone at once you never could hao known No dont For here with protestation on his lips and eager outstretched hand he stepped Impulsively forward Nonob Listen for it no second to spare The UteroI your horses will be back in a Go without question Mullouhl been miles up toward the mountains now I simply took a lest out of that mans kook He planned to lure you to attempt to escape with creatures of his own waiting back of the barn Then he was to overtake and arrest you or they Might liars shot1 do not know But they would have been badly fooled They bribed Pump to bring yon hlaher note and be had to give It that to me They were to wait beyond the barn but we had horses right under your window Then you delayed They became Impatient Pomp gave warning In time to get the horses away You know the tout Now are you ready And the brave eyes looked one Instant gloriously into his Reedy he cried Ready but for ono thing and again and with burn Ing ear em8 he sprang forward end again she recoiled her hand uplifted but ho would nut be denied You shall hear me Rosalie ho murmured hoarsely You roust hear and on strong hand had nelsml the white slender wrist I blew you and thank you but more than nil I loveHush Silence site cried adding Imperative stamp ot her little toot From the window of his room there came a pleading voice In tho soft glow ot the candle light two rolling eyeballs and a double row ot gloaming teeth were seen It was Pomp simian like sealer ot the lightning rawd Miss Rosalie ho panted time horse Is hyuh Tho sojers done gone Cl1edjtboughshaking It you mean to make a to for freedom Its now or never And when at dawn Lounib rrys guard canoe hammering at the door they came too late the bird hail flown To Be Continued l rln7 Dinner with Iiinwfrllavr The story Is told by a Boston man that on ono occasion Mr Longfellow brought a guest home to dine without advising Mrs Longfellow beforehand The guest was a distinguished English man who had Just arrived with a letter of introduction The day was Friday and the cook being a Catholic the family had fallen Into the habit of eating no meat at time Friday dinner Mrs Longfellow thought despairingly of the fish and titan realizing I dare say that dry broad would be a feast with Longfellow at alma table led the guest to the dining room with a faint heart The fish was brought on The distinguished guest glanced at It and then ho smiled at his hostess I know Mrs Longfellow will pardon me he said If I decline the flub course Rehoboth Sunday Herald WellliiRtnnH Pension After the battle of Waterloo the Duke of Wellington was created Prince of Waterloo and four pensions were conferred on him and his descendants A Belgian paper states that In the treat Book of the Belgian Public Debt there arc tour entries etery year of payments to tho Prlnco of Waterloo Thor are S310Cfr He 402fr 36fr SOn and sir 47c or a total ol more that- f 3000 AN EDIBLE TOP The Kind of a Toy Which May Be Eaten When One Is Tired of Play Did you over spin an 01111 U Is almost as good fun as spinning a top The egg must be hard boiled as a raw or soft egg will not spin well because the liquid contents will not follow the motion of the shell exactly Now there Is something queer In the way an err spins It is easy enough to make it spin on either the small or the large end by standing lion that end on a plate and twirling It In your lingers but It you try to make It spin on the SPINNING COO WITH STK1NU side It refuses to do so let stands lip and spins on the large end It Is not quite so say though eat very dlateult to make an an spin without twirling It or even teaching It with your angers Simply lay It OB ft plate which projects a little over tile edge of the- table so that you can lift tkcrpUte wlh out tipple it Tak It up and move your hands rapidly la a small horizontal circle as It you wore trying to nab a lot of MBgkts with a pencil The er will begin to spin on Its end Or you can keep It spinning In this way t TUB BOO BfUemiNO mBLf eVeR If you nave to start It with your fingers It to possible ate to epic SB an with a string bough of course you mus not throw It on the Door Wind the string around the middle ot till egg stand It on one end and steady It kj touching the other end lightly with one finger Then pull Ute string carefully Finally you eon spin AH egg with a whip like a whip top If you do Rot whip It too band and take care not to hit It with the stick hat a glee nten or a wooden darning SH Is bitter then a real en for this purpose Sons eggs spin better thou others says the Chicago later Ocean Tks heat spinners are eggs that are quits ragulai In shape and have Wen boiled IB an up right position so that the air INdI Is exactly at the end not a little Ic m side ns It often Is HANDY LARBOARD Directions for linking a Most Con venlant Article for tho Letter Writer Many persons old and young find e writing board far lie lap a great con venlrnce and nothing that we know of In the tort is so well suited to the purpose as the homemade contrlvanc here dwribcd says the Cincinnati Com morclal Tribune It Is easy to get a lap pad of course burthis la n pad fully equipped with all the conveniences an implements that one could need Got a tint board of xvolMoatoncd wood not too thick nnd of tko size that TUB LAPBOAIlDCOMIlKTK you would find most convenient Cad It with cloth of some dark sirrleoahli color and tack It round the edges with bratsbeaded nails or you might Get furniture tacks to match the drib is color Vile bands of good silk elastic for hold Ing tho address book calendar envelop pone pencils etc Tbo bonds should be tacked down securely Ink stand stamp box and penwiper may b attached to the board or not as you choose but If they are attached U sbnuli be with strong glue such nn the cabinetmakers use A flap ot cloth may be attached to oar sldo of the board which will erve ass cover when the board Is not In use Of Electrical Origin M Gunrlnl tho Belgian astronomer believes that earthquakes are of olec trlcal origin anti can bo prevented by the arrangement of suitable conduct ors to carry off the electricity in a way as lo not disturb the earth In vcr lain tares railroad rails will serve a conductors U electrically united KIGMl5 vr n IEH auur Flow a Denver Judge Sidetracked an ii Important Case to Give Him JuUteiIt Is good to know that all legal pro ceedlngs are not of the Mtrndycs vs Jarndyce type bound to IneflleUney by yards of red tape but that tko carol the law can stoop to hear the claims of a child and the arm of tko law protect wllb ready directness tile misreads ot a little street boy Tks report of the juvenile court ot Denver Col gives an In stance that Is worth quoting One day In a busy civil session ot the court which was trying a will case Involving M060000 the courtroom door optnod and a boy pokod In a tousled head and freckled face The court officer shooed him out but be returned secure In the knowledge of his rights there The Judge ordered a recess of three minutes to the disgust of some 01 the distinguished council and till boy came to the bench He was a newsboy Us said that be was having trouble that for twe years a policeman on time tint lied tat him sell papers on a certain earner and now as he expressed Ita fly guy bad taken his place and because as was a new cop he thought ks owned the town and had ordered tile r boy off tko favorite comer making him lose to rests a day The Judge did a remarkable aid ua usual thing Considering that the boy had a cue as Important u the UM before the bar concerning tile millions that a dead mac had left behind for surviving selfishness b held aft an proceedings while matte wes doss to the little chap of the streets Then Is often a rick Lend nt right j In a little thing A principle of justice Is no bluer when It appltas to tick peoples money than when It coBosnw a poor boys nenalss Injustice might have drives the hop out of IaoIMetof business It might have impressed ta dullblr upon him a resentment ncalusl the law and a contempt for It That 1 Is oue way bad cittssat are made HOW T O PET STRONG Simple Wrist and Hand Bxedsii- Which Will AM Physical DweMfmeaU Way even among atksrwwo very strong people forget that a ekala ts at strong u Its weakest link Tbs heads anger sad wrists an often overlooked In Ute desire for a big bleeps only Here are a series of movements says the St Paul Globe specially di reeled to strengthen these parts Kitrdae 1 Position lingers does together thumb pressing age at the side of the tret fuger lOt IB fatMovement Slowly wider out the MB pra to their fullest exteat sit IB one plane pause momentarily sad return I WRIST All HAND KXKIlCttsm to tile ready peeJtkw pressiag tke an gem tightly tecetker iI IMeIxerclse lltudy position Jack togetherethumb slightly apart Movement Reverse brtngiac time palm of the hand slowly up so that tile palm Is perfectly horizontal return to ready poelllan and repeat Rxerrlss tItudy position as In Bxsrcttc 1Mevennenl Work the hand slowly from side to tide as far as possible KxercUe 4 steady position lingers flexed upon iRcmsslvM not upon tbuIpalm as shown In sketch Movement a Bxtead lingers lo lullIextent keeping them together them rapidly again to ready position b as before but extend fingers to full extent unwise from one an todgether Uxerctse 5nady poMUon Flit dncltedIMovement Work lilt slowly backward and forward upon the forearm grinding the muscles thoroughly Avey teakai a Itttle Worli h4t a different from curl Md aQiChtallS andutowcE5m6t Some of Them Do Have Wheels Little Mary rays the New York Tlmos is a born marcher after Information und Tommy her brother Is always ready to supply her with It Mury was poring over a largo book she had seen her father rending the night before Phllosopher she spoiled laboriously Then after a moments Inward struggle cite said Pllhosophcr Whats that Tommy Huhl said Tommy I should think I youd know Its a man who Tides a Dhllosonbede i a It JI 1I Ii 1 DRUGS Clean pure and fresh Prescriptions a Specialty Toilet Articles i We carry a most complete line of toilet articles perfumes soaps etc Glassware We have something nice for you in loopieco dinner sets and 5picce tea set oIHJHI1 I I II I I I I II I I I 111 The Home JBItlUB LK3TBH BILL Editor MOTHERS SPINNING WHEEL- While itMHl on lime tut wank Where the shade of Hfe detb ttrl rM era Whn the der eemtuI dark a dear nut tats lbe IIUO dell TVre ne ether hilt ao dear Witted In the air of alienee- It the setec that now I Wiras Floallnf oer rot In the ttlloM Lake a mraui from abate if Now I fancy I tee mother Hplnnlng aa In dayi gone bri And I hear htr tinting lowly 0 f that borne bejoo J the ky Yet the hum ol mother winning Ktbota down through twenty yean FU upon the prewnl illlliif M And the thought of home endrara How those childhood meraorlei haunt me How my mind Inti InN to roam When I think of mother iplcnlng In her old tlmo runic home JOHN O XBACR Boonevlllo Ky lolled Rico Pick over niul wash ono cup or rico Put ono heaping teaspoonful of butler in n stewpan null lot It molt slowly Add tho rico and lot it cook until the bttttor is absorbed Itstir with a fork then turn In one y quart of boiling water and lot it Hitntnor until tender Do not stir it for tho butter will keep it front slicking If thou vat r Is not absorlxnl when the rico is soft romovo tho cover and let it dry oil Iwforo Barring Add salt to taste an tho butter may not season it fluflcioutly CVimian Work anti IZvttnuclist Homemade Cold Cream Tho ingredients required for tlili cold cream aro a quarter of n pound of puro unsalted lard a tablespoonful of powdered oatmeal a few dropi of scent and boiling water Leave it till it is cold then pour the wate off In tho meantime boil up some moro water and pour it over tin lard again let it get cold as before This process should ho repeated sir times Then beat tho oatmeal jute 1 tho lard nnd add tho scent Tin cold cream is now ready for use Christian Advocate Scotch Broth Ono half cup of pearl barley two jKHinda neck of mutton two quarts cold water onefourth cup each o1 carrot turnip onion and celery chopped la small cubes two table Keeps what you want every thing nice fresh and uptodate DONT FAIL To get our prices before you buy we will save you money We dont charge you for loses because we dont have any WHY Because we sell for Cash I EAST END COMPANY Berea Ky 1111011I spoonfuls of butter ono table spoonful of flour two teaspoonful of salt ono saltspoonful of parslo chopped fine Pick over and soak tho barley In cold water over night wipe tho meat cloan with a wot cloth remove tho fat and skin serape tho meat Iron tho bones and cut into bits tho sir of dice about ono half inch Pu tho bones on to boil in ono pint of cold water and tho meat in a sepal ate pot with three pints of colt water lot the latter cook quickly skim just as it begins to boil add tho barley skim again as tho whit scum rises Fry tho chopped vego tables in the hot butter five minutes drain add to tho meat simmer thro hours strain tho water in which tin bones have simmered put in tin strained butter loft from frying tIt vegetables tho flour and who smooth add the strained liquid iron tho bones gradually and stir into the broth add tho salt pepper am parsley simmer ton minutes As this broth is served withou straining it is always well to boil tin bones separately Presbyteriai Banner + 11ftI I I IIH I I I I I I 110+ The School JOHIt WIRT D1NSMORB Edi- torftlIfItHHI1tlafI I i I fIH A Study of the Shepherd Psalm For tho class in advanced poda gogy Topic How to Study 1 Who is meant by tho LordY Why should David call tho Lord his shepherd f What is tho meaning of wnnt and what would ho not want 2 What is tho significance of He makcth mo to Ho down in greet pastures anti why say lie down rather than ho cnuscth mo to feet in green pastures f What is means by still waters f What menta picture do you got from tho witch expression Holeadoth mo beside the still waters f 3 Could ono whoso soul had nol at some time been sick unto death utter tho thought Ho resloreth my 80ulf Can you recall any such ox pcrieuco in tho lifo of David f Any in your own lIrof Is there anything analogous in the caro of tin Shepherd for His sheep f lIt leadeth mo in tho paths of righteous ness for His names sake Is this leading dono by tho divinity with lI- us or by some outside person Compare tho passage with th petition in the Lords Prayer Lead us not into temptation What it mount by for Ills uamosaaku f 4 What is tho force of yeat Substitute if or when and note the difference What is meant by tho shadow of death and what hy tho valley of the shadow f I will fear no evil what evil f What if meant rod and staff and how do they comfort me f 5 Thou preparest a table before mo in tho presence of mine enemies What is tho figurative meaning ol the expression and what application can you mako of it f What effect upon tho enemies f DOOR anointing the head with oil rotor to the rites of anointing for the priesthood or for kingship or does it have some other meaning What does cup stand for l 0 What trustfulness is expressed in this verso l Compare tho last clause with John 14 2 In my Fathers house aro many mansions- Is the idea of tho Shepherd and the sheep carried out in paragraphs 5 and 0 l What is tho prevailing spirit of tho psalm r Carefully test overstatement in it by applying it to your own lifo and notes of tho result Have You Wood for Sales- Persons wishing to make contracts for supplying tho College wood for the coming year should Woodmustonco to the Treasurer be 4 feet long free from decay sap rot and charred pieces no limbs less than 3 inches thick and carliasT J OsnoRNG Treasurer Fine Stock of Rubbers Tho Now Cash Store C C Blued us Proprietor has recently put in a splendid now line of ladies and goats rubbers in all sizes Thoso goods aro of superior quality yet moderate in prima result of their policy of careful buying This cold weather will soon breakup and slush and mud prevail Now is a convenient time to look over this handsome now stock THE NEW CUll STORE The Chlnene Voice Tho Chinese voice lacks two notes Its scale has six notes instead of light Tho fourth anti the seventh notes are tho missing ones Wine Wont BxtlnaaUh Fire During n Ore at Itankstdc South Australia vats contaIning 20000 gal Ions of wIno burst and flooded the ce- tlIars The liquid was then pumped on flames but with no success IAsearI At Oottlnjrhniu university there Is a Bible written on palm leaves rConsumption CJ There is no specific for consumption Fresh air ex cruse nourishing food and Scotts Emulsion willcome pretty near curing it if there is anything to build on Millions of people throughout the goodhealth q From time immemorial the doctors prescribed cod liver oil for consumption Of course the patient couldnot take it in its old form hence it did very little good They can take SCOTTSEMULSION and tolerate it for a long time There is no oilnot excepting butter so easily digested and absorbed by the system as cod liver oil in the form of Scotts Emulsion and that is the reason it is so helpful in consumption where its use must be continuous q We will send you a sample free tj Be tore hit thh picture In the farm of a label it on the wrap per of every bustle of Kmuliion you buy f Scott Bowne Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York roc and jp alt dngg Ins Ce F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night and day Telephone No4 Berea Ky I GROCERIES They are always fresh the cheap est and delivered promptly at all hours Fresh Oysters Direct from Baltimore every Friday and Saturday Hardware Dont fail to come in when you need anything in that line DRUG 00000000000000000000000000 0 I o USE ECONOMY 0e p LOOk at our prices this week o We arc still closing out some of the best o Ibargains ever offered in Berea We mean o ito close them out regardless of pricei o 0- o o StiU Pants from 89c to 249e The best line of Overalls in town from w pairS 0 oCa1Iooes 5c per yard w o S Mens 160 Hats for 98c 0 o 0 Arbuckles Coffee 2 Ibs for 25c o Sugar 6c Beans 4c Potatoes 60c 0- i Macaroni 2 pks for 13cS0 S Flaked Hominy Sc o OOCountry Meat 8j4c Fresh Meat lOcS0 lbo0 Best Burning Oil inc per gal o o 0 tl- S 0 o 0 0 These are only a few of the many i bargains that we have to offeryou this i weeko 0 We deliver at all hours Phone 77 0 Call us up and give us a trial order 0 o o i S JRJ AZBILL I Opposite BICKNELL EARLYS 0 o 0 Berea Ky- io5OSoSot5o5oSosolo5OS0SoSooeoso5OMOMoSoSOMOSOSOSOMOt o S Subscribe for The Citizen The Citizen H JnUEKDJKf FAMILY Nzwulrse I rebutted every Tlrar d r at Blrea Kr I BEREA PUBLISHING CO L C Hlnmin Manager QBIORITION RATES rATAaLa to AATAara esI far I1JII- lIS Jfetaonthstna montbs I ftXtIaLHtr or one and two cent itunp- Tfc rts after your mun shows U wild ovr lubKTlpUon M pileS II ft to cot anleS within UITN e ttodUf tw heney wotlry tie sbatrlbr wlihlni Tae Cravat topped r 1pUonllpaJllp at lirrrrIolherwlaeweibtll Ua With It continued eoeotranyobtnee4ryvers4 IiMtjlTlngbotb old and new KlHloc Kamber dos to wrappers torahs tIn the ntlli or otherwlM be sup sib K WI an aotlfltd- Ac Wsntd In every locality Write tot term Anyon four new yearly rest TireMfcterlptlooi Cmux IM far Ml year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY v ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings In every room All service Orelclans Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop KCourtJ v Gravo Troublo Forosoen N It meds but lit tie Coresillhtjto tell that wbn your are badly affected grave trouble is ahead unless you take the proper medicine for your disease as Mrs John A Young of Clay NYldid She savsI I had neuraleia 0 stomach my heart was weakened and I I could not eat I was very bad for a long time but in Electric Bitters I found what I needed for they quickly relieved and cured ire Boot medicine for weak women Sold under guarantee by the East End Drugstore at 50o a bottle Ice Cream All Flavors Ice Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California Fruits Early Vegetables jt j tl Phono JOESNo68 Select Grocer and Caterer Jces Corner Richmond Ky LThat Tickling In tho Throat One minute after taking One Minute Dough Cure that tickling in the throat is gone It acts in the throatnot the stomach Harmless good for children A L Spofford postmaster at Our little girl was unconsciousfrom strangula during a sudden and terrible attack of croup Three doses of Minute Cough Cure half an hours apart speedily cured her I cannot praise One Minute Cough Cure too much for what it has done in our family It always gives relief Sold mtdlIcineMiller House I fitted up Meals and Boar and Lodging at popular prices Next door to JoeIR G Eagle Ualn St Richmond Ky Tho Sunshine of SpringIThe Salve that cures is DeWittB Witch Hazel Salve Cuts Burns Boils Bruises and Piles die appear before the use of this salve an HIYwas a fvsr sore that was very painful DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve cured me in lees 4 than a week Get the genuine Sold by East End Drug Co and all medicine dealers Williams is better FQafe ed than ever todo your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean Ing and Pressing a specialty Work puaraatoed W A Williams1 Main Street Berea Kr i Fraud Exposod latelybeenf Diilovryforand other medicines thereby defraud youtoprofit through stealing the reputation of remedies which have peen niiccHna yeRrnAn the wrapper Look for it on all Pr Kings or BuckWa remedies as ellothers are mro imitations II E DUCK LEN d CO Chicago Ill and Windsor Canada Ntttaaity of lIniwt- uf i attJultiug Iill 9Raitauattn By GOV ROBERT M LA FOLLETTE Of Wltconiln As a mere carrier of the products of oth ers the railroads haveno right to show favor itism to individuals or to discriminate between places Its business is transportation It has not been vested with authority to ordain that one shipper or city shall grow rich and great at the expense of another It is preposterous that the corporation which is merely a carrier not the producer or the consumer of the prod uct carried should be permitted to stand in re lation to that product as though its interests i were the sole interests to be considered The railway company has important interests in the regulation of its service to the public These interests must be fully and fairly weighed in regulating that service But its interests arc not higher than those of the producers and those of the consumers The fact that the carrier has interests to serve unfits it to be the sole and final judge as to the efficiency the value or the impartiality of its services to the public It is entitled to be heard The producer and con sumer arc likewise to be heard and it is the duty of the stateto determine impartially the rights of all with due regard to the interests of allIt is unreasonable and unjust and intolerable that the carrier should be empowered so to arrange its schedule of rates as to force produce and merchandise and manufactured products to the market which it chooses to build up Commerce and transportation arc vital to organized society They constitute a public service and arc essentially subject to control by the stateThe supreme court of Wisconsin with one of the ablest most in vincible arguments in the history of jurisprudence settled for all time all controversy as to the inherent right of the people It is well also to recall right here the words of that great lawyer and jurist Mr Justice Bradley who in speakiug of the right and duty to control railways said But a superintending power over the high ways and the charges imposed upon the public for their use have al ways remained in the government This is not only its indefeasible right but it is necessary for the protection of the people against extor tion and abuse- Possessing H this superintending power it becomes the duty of the state to exercise it broadly for the protection of the interest of all its people not only from unreasonable charges and extortion but from other abuses equally farreaching in consequences and no less unjust The industrial and commercial life of every community the comfort of every home is vitally dependent upon facilities of transportation and wherever the state has given a railway corporation chartered rights to acquire land establish and operate a road there rests an obligation on the state tosee to it that the citizens and communities interested are given in light of all the circumstances a reasonably efficient and impartial service Wllt fn nru 11trn 5- nf wru tBy BISHOP SAMUEL FALLOWS Chicago We can thus personify impure air impure milk impure water and the noxious sewer gases as the modern Herods of our civilization Along with them are impure foods and medicines These Herods are al noit countless in number A test was recently made in the case of an important medicine and it was found that 315 out of 373 druggists in New York city were selling a substitute or an adulterated drug in its placeThe special agent of the department of agriculture at Washington states that the adulteration of food practiced means an annual stealing from the people of at least 1125000000 The consequent loss or deterioration of fife especially of children cannot be estimated The adulterations of medicines are still worse tItan that of foods in their pernicious effects both upon the child and adult nature There are Herods among us who are sending out their execution ers 1o take the moral and spiritual life of our children Their work is in the windows of news dealers in the prints which are exposed for sale in the flashing pictures and posters of low theaters and in the literature full of all the demoralizing crimes and vices of depraved beings One of the brightest lads in our Illinois state reformatory was before its board of managers last week for parole considerations What brought you here was asked He said The fivecent and tencent story papers of boy and men bandits Another Herod not known when the Herod of the text lived to curse the world is the deadly cigarette Loaded with its pleasant poison it loosens the muscles weakens the nerves clogs the brain dulls the eye emasculates the nascent manhood and dims and destroys the moral sense There arc nearly 1100 boys in the state reformatory today and a large majority of them were inveterate cigarette smokers before committal 1JlUi immune frnm trnu5umptinu By DR ARNOLD C KLEBS Chicago Moses was one of the great hygienic lawgivers of history The Jews have been singularly immune from consumption I ascribe this to the fact that the Jews commenced living their lives in houses before other races Consumption is a house disease and the laws of Moses were adapted for house living The laws of Moses prescribe bathing ablutions and the washing of hands before rating The Jews who have strictly followed the precepts of Moses hate not been scourged by tuberculosis and it is only of late that the Jews have suffered much from the disease The Indians for exactly the opposite reason are immune They did not live in houses and not until the advent of the white man was consumption ever known to them Now that they have adopted sonic of the habits of the white man and retain habits that are not suited to living in houses they arc being wasted by the disease We are all housedwellers Our lives arc passed necessarily in properlyinI FIRE IN INDIANAPOlISI Property 1100000 In Wholesale OJoorj rndlnnaixjllB lad Fob four hours the wholesale district bounded by Georgia and Meridian streets Jackson place nnd the Union depot sheds wore menaced by a lire which started In tho wholesale ware rooms of the Fnlmloy McCrea Mil linery Co At 930 oclock three general alarms brought Into actIon every department In the city and suburbs When the fire was brought under control eight buildings among which were three hotels hail boon completely destroyed causing a loss estimated at 11100000 The following are the principal losses as estimated by a prominent Insurance man Fnhnley McCroa building 125000 loss oh stock 1250 000 Insurance 200000 A Kiefer Drug Co building 70000 stock 225000 Insurance 245000 art lithe Bros building 50000 stock 1BOOOO Insurance 1COOOO R C Dolmottch Co building 50000 stock 40000 Insurance 06000 Sherman house building 45000 stock 10 000 Insurance 36000 Savoy hotel building 20000 stock 10000 In suranco 16000 SU Charles hotel building 12000 stock 10000 In jmranoo 11000 Muir Millinery Co building 8000 stock 10000 Insiir ante 13000 Total lose 1100000 GEN STOESSEL Lieut Below Characterizes Him Asa Coward VtotorlB B Coo Feb SOnAb nl tho etodMer Tartar which arrtwd here wore Limits Below and Uondy olH cars of the Huntaa cruiser Sevastopol oaptuml at the fall of Itort Arthur Thar were released by the Japanese after siring their parole The cap taut ot tho Sevastopol ant a number Of other prisoners recently release Ire expected to reach San Francisco shortly UwiL Below characterise Gen atoeasel as a coward Tbo world will Know atoaasel U IM Saoo Paid Uetow lie W a coward s9tear tad was burrowed A great deal of tits tttoe In a cave The real heroine was Madame Zoubonell who when her husband WM killed took command uf a battery of three II Inch guns at a point commanding the water supply cud held them until she was also killed M Petersburg Feb ZOrAeconttt to a dispatch from Mukden njrclal re ports have been received at that plies stating tM surrender of Port Afthu occurred against the wlhe of most officers of the garrison THE DYING CONORBSS Effort te Be Made to Consider trio Statehood Bill In Cenference Washington Feb GThe eecat this week will consider the motion to appoint conferences on the joint state hood bill The general undemtandln Is that this action will prevail nIl that the bill will go to conference in- case the committee recedes from the Important senate antendments a shari contest probably will ensue Nothing but absolutely necessary legislation II the order In the house for the week This legislation no far as can be Indicated In advanre will consist of the completion of the naval appropriation bill on Monday and eon nidcraMtin of the river and harbor and sundry civil appropriation bills a pro grate which will occupy the week The atatakeod bill la to be coasiil ered IM conference but there la sotM lag to Indicate that an agreement will be reached before the session is in It teat nemesis Time public tmlWIivgs bill te to be 1 matter of contest between tile com mitten on rale and those members af Ute house who we enthusiastic In Its support THOMAS W LAWSON Senator Fisher Received a Teleflran From the Financier Charleston W Va Feb WA tat egram received by Senator Fisher member of tho legislative committee Investigating the Standard 011 cornip tlon charges contained In the Klllol letter from Thomas W Lawson oton statue I would do nnythlni possible to wipe Standard OH am1 tho system from tho face of tin earth The people of Wet Virginia as elsewhere can depend upon mo now or any time to do any and every thing In my power to free thorn from the devilish oppression of then thingsThe commltteo of which Fisher Is a membor has finished taking evldcnc but has not yet made Its report Mrs Chadwlcks Wealth Cleveland 0 Fob 20 Collector r Customs Loach has so minutely trucec the operations of Mrs Cassia L Chad wick during the last four years thin ho Is in a position to know that sh has saved from her ninny flnnncla I transactions 1000000 In cash and 150000 in jewels House Conducted Memorial Service Washington Fob 20 Sitting In special session tho house of sentatlves conducted memorial serv ices In tribute to the memory of the late Senator Matthew Stanley Quay of Pennsylvania Mr Dalzel pro- aided I To Teach Hygiene and Temperance Mexico City Fob 20The I members of tho Anti Alcohollr Letwu ore contemplating visits to workshop and large factories for the purpose of Instructing operatives In maaors of hygiene and temperance theiI Prepared by till UUlghway and Byway Preacher tOolnrlht MM 1111 K Itdtoa LESSON TEXTJohn 111 Memory yenta 11 It Head the entire GOLDEN TEXT1 I nm the Lfviag1 Dread which came down from Heaven John 66L- TIMENearly I a ear hai elapird since IhelpauoverPLACUA Region on the northeast shore of the Sea of Galilee not very far from Bethialda A nKMtNDUnHad this miracle and the dlacoura following been left out by John how much would have been missed of evidence that Jesus la the Christ the Son of God It were Irapotilbie to study prayerfully this portion of Johns Gospel Sad not be led to believe In Jraua as the Son of God For this reaion keep John V3l specially before you In considering this lesson The Lesson Outline THKMKThe Hungry Fed 11ItThet I Jesus 1lann vs 6 1 7InTlloU Orderly Iroeeduie v 10 S Loaves and Flitivs lllesiod v 11 Ul Loaves and Pwnes Umntmted v IL IIVTnScripturej14 The disciples went there with Jesus for rest and quiet cocleronce The curiosityButthem they all received a blessing Jesus never turns a soul empty away The peculiarblessing manliestUPlans vs g 6JHHI was the Owl to sight the oncoming multitude Jesus lieknowsknowsjustease I TBeDIsjIplas Troubled v 7 dh4plea4waated UIAllhow small our rata In our Christian work bow tansy Ww lose to realiseJesusply the seed Matt 108 The little kid re4y to yield his small slips 1o JMW MkuatrHi11rtanb4pt with Jetttt and big llttU became a feast t beJUtmllrhIof mlftUterlBc imoeoufnlly to tile smut PIIt18tohave tN Joy of seeing It multiply s- Ills tovek saUl It has performed its most blessed ministry to all about Our UtUe IB Jesus haute U always sa sklent- IH Th Maltituu Fed U Orderly Procednr v 101t his bees said kit order to Oodt Mm taw That motley BUlUtHd must be Mbdmd sad are ranged In orderly naaow Paula ad monition 1 Cor UJO hoc IIUIkl- alllIraUollllere I LoaveeandlNheehfieeedTll MMW took tile KMTCS and when IU kai given thaaka H Took and IIIatwofold act on the part ot Jaw that bristle amassing results Just cosmos barley craekera and small salt Ash and yet they fed the multitude as they pawed through Jesus bands Jut a life gives In consecration Into Jeeus hates to re eelve Ills blewlng and behold the re Butte A Petar a Paul a Luther a John Knox a Plniey a Moody He will tokE you and me and use us to the bleMio of the multitude John 1412- I Loaves and Fishes Distributed v 11lIe distributed to the dMIpU and the disciples to them that wore set down The Divine order alway From the Masters hand to our and then to tbe multitude Wo can not give to the blessing of others un til we have received from Ills hand How the knowledge of this ought to bring us to reconsecrate ourselves to Him 4 Tbe Fragments Gathered vs 12 13They were tiled Did ever sou sit down at table which Jesus spree without being filled PH 231 Phil 419 Dut that Jesus bounty might no teach wastefulness He commands I Gather up tbe fragment This Is al example In economy which we all hav need to remember Twelve baskets ful remaining gave each of the disciple t a supply to carry away What astrlU lIng Illustration of Provo 1124 am Luke 038 I IV The Multitude Impressed v 14 Who else but God could create food fn the body The multitude was admit Jesus claims of Divinity Am Ito following versos show how they to make Him their king dealrcid loaves and were filled v 20 H wanted thorn to desire the bread u besatisfied with the bread which perlshe when Jesus would feed them on the Hv Ing bread The Golden Text I am the Living Dread which cam- down from Heaven This declaration trof Jesus commands our attention h cause God has said that Man shall nol I live by bread alone Vhon Jesus cable Himself the Living Dread It was t announce the relations which Ho wa tc sustain to the tout As a body wa fed by bruad to lie the Living Dread was to feed the soul Living Dread ti Jileeseeeer righteousness for they bait b filled Lord evermore give ua tbl Bread I ALWAYS A PERIL What One Doctor line to Say In Iie gnrd to the Evils of Alcohol We are sometimes told that It Is only drinking to OXCOM that can do any daub ago to the human constitution and that moderato drinkingthat U the drink Ing of a physiological quantity of nlcn hoican do no barm at all ILia a aemti I what curious fad that although this physiological limit Is eocecodtnuiy low there still remains great diversity of opinion nmonuet medical observers BB to the exact quantity that may be lakes with Impunity cr may bo utllUed by the body Some atitnorltle give ono ana onehalf ounces per dlom of abioluto alcohol freely diluted as the maximum amount which mil safely be taken otb era place the physiological limit atone ounce whilst others again plea It at One thleg wo may grandwallyl where doctors differ we are in taking the smallest quanti usttale lor arelassured that even this modicum lIt dally MMttlbIa IndlvldHate may bf avoided with advanUgo May we nol ai indtmnaw unftowefl wnn a certain amount of common tease a u ourS telvw la the gam worth tttrandl Whenew alcohol ta used It aipuro to compel as to ue t af Ion r tie or other to draw on our marl or to altb and on the store of energy laid ui i the various Otgawa the body tIIHI two 1 aWe U neat hs dratu i nNie Tor along time and IB halth 1111mad eider ordtaary tlrruiujiai rthe balance of Ute tank of hniiin anti UragUi la Sot euIIIpletel I f but In dlMM and under extra rllcn thin mar eene a time all 1V Ire quantify bspri whet If tr an C hag BX II tnNU on at ali fr ir sin tMOlrltnt to u4 the extra i ID acd the iiatiii auirtiM1 b- resent 11 slrey too low hI It ouch lInlll1 i fade iipiii It C T man rilm U Ibead AN EASTERN FACIE Modern Application of the J t y of Slndbari and the Old H of the Sea I In thi Ariblan Nigh II wad the 1nllll of SlnUUI Ii iltor- AmoDK On in his rir T with The Old Nan II the Soa I livid HJ by eta HCI C r i Jell Biadbad to carry him u bom I I Hums Horn- dan Www SlndlMd wished to IM rid I of him he refused to dlawowa awl choked Stndbod igtri nbwlMtM The I latter was compelled not truly Ii carry his trmelieroui easier hot la Inks ta outs and Illiwag as wall REFORM NOTBS In 1303 we consumed 1GMJIJ S gal Ions of liquor and 103J74SW pi und uf 1tea I I Klevcn mllllou nations lea it v ar was made In this country last year iun dur t ing lOOt Still there Is idenv left to down the than who downs I i Topeka I Herald I The Manitoba Sunday Senovl anocia I rrtugnIt I single and double alto honor rll8 fur I ateIr a very ursgug- g rate the Increase for the past year b- lIng 1111 making the total tneu ershlr C7XO Ttie growth enjoyed b this pr gnnlzntlun Is due chlolly to tl excep tionally skillful tind energetic hurts of e 1U socrbtary Gustov hide- Tlieblbtluushabitsortlehltihpeos i are undergoing n marl t I all r i efar as spirits wine and IIHT u oJ con I earned Less wIpe was drum Iii the United Kingdom In 1UOS than fer a dec ade British newspapers stair it at the fnlllnK off In the oonfiumptifii cif the Nleloinpoverlshmenth African war Needecini I the nivy system of norantr n i tphat leally that the army oBrors are again confronted with the ing why the military establishment in land needs something that the mil itary establishment on sea ran PI clang without fo flnoly AmerUaa it ue DURABLE TREE LABELS Only Such A Will Withstand the Element Should Bo Vied Every treo or ihnib when set out should bo properly labeled so that In after years the namo will bo known Wooden labels fastened on with cop per or steel vrlro are worso than use t Uiiicsg wuclied carefully the twig around which thoy are fastened will IMUBIJi OK ZINC OK COIPHR eventually grow Into the wire and bo cut off Many these are lost In this way Tho name becomes worn off by the weather In a low months A copper or zinc label properly put on will lost for years uaya Farm and stoma Strips of tine three Inches long and onehalf Inch wide no have a hole punched In one end through which rna a capper wire ilx Inches long Fostaik this wire arounn a small limb and write on the sine with a load pen HI This label will last for years Cop per labels racy bo made like those shown In Ute UltMtraUon Cut strips of eopp r six Inches tang anti on half o Inch wide at the bread sad tapering 1 to a point With a set of MM letters stamp the name on this Wrap loose ly around a snail twig DISEASE OF LETTUCE Plant Jp the South Being Attacked by a FewiUar Disease Known AI DluRplu Otf Mfe Ii lure ID tbe moth and under glaa ill h rt hern stet s U tutoring from a p niiar tftafMM known M darywt Aff In tor rolinai and Floriit pmlruU haul thli winter niirspaadw ifiin Florida pays III in Kannet report that U per irtiHirop Itented wens othel tia1 llRt theli nitre planting Our in tit Knowledge Uf met luxla for trenl r ti IIae ill uPidcoldfrsnS- or ki u r culture leart unutitlac tory fir latent info matiun by Or A P Wr rhiif of UuI it talon of Mtb ulofr t iiitfsi HUtet dpantupnt ot ag- rkitlt it it nrn bell w Tki iiitnpinKotr of mi of lettuce It vtry luO to control 11 ru only ree omm nil that you lake ar iK nil ic pre cautlvuS o top the ipi allI rf the dl it which u only a umt iunni bjr the tJrci KWhof lhr IUDKIIC tlirouRh the 11 iiU by mraiuiol hor the fungus lairini on plows nri ultivatort or IIy tin 11 r men from one part of the field tu alnr lUxiiti all dieeaaed- plaata in II early torthe trouble tOKltr IIIlfb the saris i ruts under UnaUi tii Throe plait and itn Mrlb aroun m ihuuld be arrlod from the field In1 burned Wkir I itiip In pro i lu cold frame or grtfnh tar toe ttiirn of the disease cm be effectual prevented bj atedlll tK the null wMi U unually ac ootnpiUbtti by mesa of Ins XMNI u S ken from a kiKhpreaaur boiler Unity soma lmllar method can be ad f Ud to field ullure ttte only means that eRR be 1jeA employed to prevent a rworrence of the tUteaie In tbo nun crop II to DM fresh land notprevlmiily Hanto4 to letlHteand to tale muck care tbat the icodbeil U free from the troiiW M well as to avoid infection from oW field The disoeie requivw Hit her study eepaclolly with reaped to practical methods of controL FACT rOB DAIRYMEN Uncllih imports of butter have dou bled in 13 year and are now valued at about J1000WOOO a year In order la foeuro all of tho cream milk must Joe kept sweet for 12 hours with the temperature as low as 50 de green unlce a separator is uredAmer lean Dairyman Cornel unlvordty is to have a new dairy building In planning for this building Prof Pearton has vleitod tho best dairy liuildlnpa In the country- It ruins a cow for dairy purpose to have ono pennn uillk her today and an other tomorrow and the rapid changes In the help soon make the business uur profitable Every man who hughen any thought to tho subject knows thntoldtlmo meth ConclltlnnlllEvorsstantly In mind QraRlng in Forests arising In forests II receiving the at tentlon of the oxpsrts in forestry mat ters Or oat damage has been done to the forests by ntuckracn driving tholr cattle Into the forests during the hot test unto of summer The undcrbriisb is browsed off and the soft ground tramped that It odes not permit the air to get through the soil to the roots of thou rrec The spongy soil that is found In the for oats ie necessary to the wollbeingof many kinds of trees It Is exported that the fovernuicct will take measures rutcfUn the JIII18 from the cause + Farmers jlevfow- BccordBreflking Cattle lIamcd1 Reports from tlc ranches of Soitli Dadoin say that Ihn season hag been one nf the but In iho history of west lIt South Dakota rzLfe raising Thera has been au abundant of water and the grass bltllJJ ornoqubico beau ire ueuolfy good t HORTICULTURE AS BUSINESS for the Winning of Success It Must Be Taken Up Seriously and Studiously Wouldbe fruit growers according to a recent wrltor on horticulture as a business are in constant uaneer of going wrong In the efforts by follow ing the advice of theorists of men who make of horticulture a pastime These men break Into our papers with wonderful theories and startling results of socalled careful experi ments rll of which aro valueless and misleading In this connection the student of horticulture who Is wise Is advised to look for the credentials ofA writer on this subject Just as ho noultt look first before reading at the authors namo on the title page of a book and form his Judgment and base his credence on what ho knew or could find out about this author In this article of protest says the Pralrlo Farmer tho author says that there Is pcrhapas no other business unless ILia the practice of medicine in which there Is so much room for rank guoMlug Yet It Is every day moro manifest that horticulture is a business and one that can be managed with as great precision certainty and success as any other There are now a very large number of men In the country who make a success of It that la a financial success in this business of fruit growing Until recently horticulture as a pro fession has been looked upon with some eontemept by farmers whose la hnrn are of z nwr backbreaking and hand hardening sort Though thousands of farmere have reined a little fruit ss a side Issue yet their care of fruit tree and plant has usually boon mostly of a haphasard sort Thoy have seemed to consider fruit as an ac cidental product of natures bounty not as eamothlng produced and per fected by mans tare and attention lint horticulture Is coming to be ono of the greatest Industries In some of ov stales and as twh has attracted and la attracting many who ajrtre to SIIMSM as fnrtt growers Some of there have already tried and titled partly because they have not fallowed reliable guides Of course too IH sonic UIIa they have not patiently awaited manila after doing what le guides iiirwied The writer mentioned think uat there is a swat lId open to the liuriuultnrtst and anyone who reads the MtiUtlcs showing the Increased yearly consumption of fruit In our ruuntry must see that this Is so Hut IIP avers this business Is one that like other must be mastered m all Us In rlcsrlcB if success is to be worn If a tuna masters his buaiaeee he must xiiiiy the lawn of unsure ae governing foil onditlons effect of atmospheric proclfhe Ire covered all those Gelds of KnowlfilKc be Is just where the mer lnni when he starts Inhe bill all all the proolems of market which th merhant has He must know what to produce and where and how to iiNpntie of his produciioniThe fart seems to be that It success man111I1I1Itmast not atisfled with anything lees than prac i ticui results The fascinations of fruit Crowing are real Inn they are likely to receive most attention from those who pay least attention to the sober facts of the business and theee are but blind and extravagant guides to follow A RIDABLE BULL Retunt able Animal Whish Is Owned by a Steakraan of Klngitone Derby England Not everyone would ears to ride on a hulls bare bash In fttet there are tow Ioneexceptgate or Ion coIYet Mr Derby wero a l I J nut IlfLl AND HIS HIDKK horse riding on It about his farm ap parently unconiclaue that be Is doing anything out of the way The Idea of doing this occurred to him some little time ago Seeing his stock miin exercising tho bull up and down tho farmyard Mr Bccby attached alight rein to the bulls nose ring and vaulted on to his back To bis surprise Matter Taurus did not In the leastprotest Since thon his mauler has rlddon him all over the tarn guiding him by the rein with the most perfect ease Tko bull Is freer from vleo than many horses It gallops or walks to IU masters will and oven when passing those of its own kind shows no inclination of becoming unmanagea ble When are to lave their calves run with them they should be ftrlppcJ twice dpi IV keep up tnelr milking qualities ROMANCE IN THIS WEDDING Similarity of Names Brings Texan Minister and Philadelphia Girl Together Mnrringe Follows Philadelphia An acquaintance formed as a result of a chance refer ence to the similarity of names cul minated In the marriage of Rev WII liam II Claggett a Presbyterian clergyman of McKlnncy Tex and Miss Jennie Clagett of this city Mr Qlaggott Is the founder of the Toxas Presbyterian university at Mc Kinney and Is prescient of tbo board of trustees To Mica Clagett ho has been known all hor life through his writings and work To him she was an entlro stranger until about a year ago Tho clergyman visited this city In November 1902 on matters connected with the university In the January following he was asked to conduct a series of evangelistic meetings ar ranged by tbo CohoUBlnk and Temple Presbyterian churches Miss Clagett Is a member of the Temple church and her uncle Augustus Clagett with whom she resides Is an elder of the same church With the thought that a relationship might exist between the two men It was suggested to tho cler gyman that he visit Mr Clagett As a result of that vlst he was Invited to make his homo with the family while his work kept blm here When he roturncl to McKinney about six weeks ago It was with the promise that Miss Clagett would become his wifeMr Claggott is a widower and Miss Clngott is many years his Junior CHECKS CHICKEN STEALING Recent Act of Kentucky legislature Gives Henroost Haiders the Scare of Their Iilvee Louisville Ky =Chicken stealing a4 a regular avocation has practically been abandoned in Louisville told Lieut 3Ilrlen of the Fourth police district thanks to a recent act of the legislature making the offense punishable with a penitentiary term and ae a resell sev Brat hundred negroes and a few white men have been knocked out of an MaY way of tanking a living Strange as It may seen until a year ago It was almost Impossible to raise chickens la Louisville with any degree ot success on account of the activity vt thieves who made an easy living by raiding the hen roosts of the city Scare ly a day pasted when as few ss 3 dotett chickens were stolen and several ne groes were Efeown to the police as having no other trade The chickens brought good sums sad many of the coop raiders west so far as to dress the fowls befori taking them to market Until the last session of the legislature thicken stealing was only punishably with a fine or workhouse sentence but the newly enacted law made the crlrm a felony and imposed a penitentiary terns This act broke up the bond of chicken thieves and as a result not a half dozen reports of chicken stealing have been made to the police during the past thr e moths As a result of the law a large number of the thieves were sent to the penitentiary Where the Good Die Old According to the records of the town clerks office at Castleton Vt there were during the year ISftl IS marriages record ad 39 births and 88 deaths The tows has a pofMlaitoa oI2oA Of the deaths the average age of ulna was Si years end Smontha flit tows hat been frequent referred to ae a plea where the old dli toad and the good die old Patrick Dunn the oldest ont who died was over 90 years MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Fob IS- CATTLKCommort TR 75 00 Heavy steers 4 85 AIM CALVHSItetrn f 7 W HOGS Ch paokara 5 10 i II Mixed packers 4 Q I 08- SHKHP Kxtra 690 5 40 LAMDSKxtrn 0 7 75 PLOUK Spring pat 030 6 WHBAT No S red 1 18 1 20 No 3 winter 0- 9CORNNo2 mixed 47 OATSNo mixed SSyi OATSNo2 mixed J3 t1J 3- 3ItvrtNo i 2 81 411AYCh timothy 60 PORK Clear mom 412 10 LAHDHtooin 87 UFMEItCh 20 Cholco 34 APlLHS dairyI 3 2G POTATOES 1 00 TORACCONew 13 00 Old 4 S 14 75 Chicago FLOUR Wlntor pat 5 10 S 630 WHEAT No 2 rod lO 23 1 No 3 rod 108 1- 8COnNNo2 mlxod W Ha i OATSNo2 mixed 10M0 31 nYB No 2 0 i611 POIIK Moes 12 ti6 012 7u LAUD Steam 721h 4 G75 New YorK FLOUR Win 8trt8G 60 J 6 WHBAT No 8 1 St CORN No 2 OATS No 2 38 itYI1Voetorn redi SO PORK Family 1C 00 LARD Steam 7 S- Oultlmore CATTLE Steorn 3 60 Ci 4 an1CICPNo 1 fat 3 25 C 3 7- 6LAiliSSpritlg 6 50 0 6 10 CALVItS Choice 8 75 C 9 00 HOOS Dressed 60 6 75 Louisville WHBAT No 2 red 1- 7COitN1u i mixed 4- 7OATSSo 2 mixed fI 3- 4POItIbless 11 00 LARD Pure steam 0 tuiiioollC- WHBAT No 2 rod M8 CORN No 2 mixed 4 45 OATSNO 3 mixed t 33 Buggyor Carriage Harness WEATHER and fine FINE invite you to drive profitlook as well as tko rest of your turnout or is It Bbal by end thus detract from tho general appearances If to tbetoa an easy way 1ofat astouiflbiDgly reasonuble youdtcideneln do let us put it in good repair for you It wont coat much T J MOBERLY Main St Richmond Kv The Citizen A FAMILY PAPER 8 pages wkly nt SIOO lxrr year u TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing tQ poor halth I am forced to close out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb atones cud Monuments which I will sail at greatly reduced prices Here is your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works- S McGUIRE Prop BereRltyI i Poisons In Food Perhaps you dont realise that many poisons originate in your food but some day you may feel a twinge of drspepsia that will conviuco you Dr Kings Now Lifo Pub are guar anteed to cure all sickness duo to poisons of undigested rodor money back25o at the last End Drug Store Try them MONUMENTSPbra Granite and Marble Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at row onablo prices and with diapatoht All work guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky- thrnnr et Main and Cnlltn Atteeti Dosorvod Popularity To cure Constipation and Liver troubles by gently moving the bowels and acting as a tonic to the liver take Little Early Risers These ramous Little Pills Bro mild pleasant and harmless but effective and sure Their universal use for many is a strong guarantee of their popularity and usefulness Sold by East Drug ro anti all inolicinn IJIIr To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete sod 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 people of Boron and vicinity Work sent to rno by mail or express will prompt attention Bnd- cllUrges held ono way SGK FRANKLIN aAMt Vernon Ky IUTEBEXCE 3nnk of Mt Vernon Berea College Foundod TilE BEST EDUCATION IN USAGE OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for young ants and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal CoursesFor Teachers Three courses leading to county Certificate Stale Certificate and State Diploma Academy CourseFour years fitting for for business and for lifo College Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure ato degrees MusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to help nil who will help themselves toward a Christina education Our instruction is a free girt Students pay a small incident nl fee to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks maybe brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 2125 Fall turn opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation alists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations ron IKFORUATION AND mtENDLT ADVICE ADDRESS THE SECRETARY WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky i Madison County Roller Mills HH4M4 1P Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON Is another Excellent Flour b1I 1IIsbRI Potts Duerson Vhitti Station Ky I DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT The 1 100 bottle eonUIni 2H thnestha trill size which sells fcr cnti lAUD THK o- rE C DoWITT c COMPANY CHICAGO ILL LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 1904 Going North Train 4 Dall7 Leave B reel 3 48 n m Arrive Ricbmond412 a m Arrive Paris 528 am Arrive Cincinnati 7 CO a m Gains North Z TIw Train 0 itchy Lnnre BOlos 1255p m Arrive Richmond 125 pm Arrive Paris 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati 600 p m hums fionth Trnla t Dally Leave Beroal 11 p m Arrive Livingston 205 p m Going South Train Dally Leave reall 24 pm Arrive Livingston12 80 a m Train Xo 1 and No 5 mike con- nnctl0nt L vmvst HI for Jnllico and the South with NJ 21 and Xo 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSON jfi Dentist i KyKleIAflonlare instantly healed by Bucltlons Arnica Salvo 0 Rivenbark Jr of Norfolk Va writes I burnt PlY knee dreadfully that it Wintered over Buoklena Arnica Solve stopped the pain and healed it without n scar Also heals all wounds null sores 25 o at the East End Drug Store 1856 PLACES College CIvo Your Stomach a Rest Your food must be properly digest vnlu8Ijour or- diseased take Koclol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what eat and gives the stomach rest enabling it to recuper ate take on new life and grow strong again Kodol cures sour stomach pas bloating heart palpitation and all digestive disorders L A Soper of Little Rack Kv writes UR We feel that Kodol Dvnpep ia Cure do serves all the commendation that can be given it ns it savod the life of our little girl when the was three years old She is now six and we have kept it for her constantly but of course she only takes it now when any hrElUltcine dealers hh h A10 INVESTMENTI- n non Telephone took dnrtnn the ant three year i ol trio Company exittenc NOW WORTH 50000 produringKllltANI1UAPU CtMIANV IAN MADK TllK MOST KAIlll AlVANiiOlHNr KNOWN IS CONNHMIUN V1TU A MEW MS UOVKIIT United States OoTernmrnt hap donedlteotestrtem New Impurtint coatrucii all orertbe world sure rnur iroui itoekpnrchued unJrr Spo dal Trc siirr plan will mIre Vl ltiPI e IKIICKNTMONTH UletoberD11tletorlullpinlculiniole OBKATKU NEW TOIIK SECURITY CO Solo Html Aienu 1141 Wall 84 New York 1aYiiiifiiiarnWVaVaWiivi iit I Oklahoma Offers Opulent- Opportunities J 5 To those who dnlre new land and ti home also un l chance L- 1orlndustriallnveetmeutebycapl E talUti and manufacturer = = Its Farm Products In lSt include a S tibaleofcollanandmllllonaofdol = lam worth of other graltnsruit eta Saul for free copy of potnp let 5 entitled The Truth About Okla home At Hated time low rate ti = Homeseekers Excursion tikt = 5 are old via Santa Vo Route to j5 Oklahoma S AddreOeneralraEngerOeli- keAtchisonTopeka Sanu r Railway s= ClticAoo yNWwmJIt1wmmNmmmm PATENTS f8pnge bootritEe- highest retesceL flTZOEHALU ACOBI U WatfclBfton pv IIL6Lfj1i tWII 5Q 5atJE y j Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 f for Men 300 250 and 200 for f Boys 200 and 175 for Youths The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to glue better satisfaction than other makes Krause the standard has always been placed so high that the wear ers expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure a perfect fit Inspection In- vitedCOYLEHAYESs BEREA KY 11 11 1111 Hl Ilt1 11 I I I I I I I 11j Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES I II I U I I I I I I I I I I I 11 111 I I I 11 t Mr U1 5ses Io ers has a severe attack of gripITho now Hose House has received a coat of paint Mr W D Logsdon was in Rich mond Saturday Tho Boron Public School will open tho first Monday in March Miss Emma Johnson of Paints villo entered school today Tho Orchestra has been to furnish music for the DebateI Miss Stella Adams of Wildio is visiting Mrs W H Bower this week The galvanized cornice work is be ing put on the Library and Chapel Mr Green Wilson sheriff of Ows ley county passed through town Wednesday Mrs S E Welch Jr returned Sunday from her winter visit to Lecsburg Fla Messrs C L Hanson and W H Porter were in Richmond on busi ness Tuesday Mr Chas Click and Master Lloyd Click of Kerby Knob were Bferea visitors this week Mr S B Combs has about com plated his now one and ahalfstory house on Center street Fridayfrombeen for some time on business Mr M J Gabbard who left us last March for Illinois came in Thursday morning for an extended visit He spent tho first month or two in Tus cola and for the remainder of the IndianapolislIo I IWITHWOMAN Tiltor CHARACTER Ma We are glad to have Dr and Mrs Rogers in our midst once more look ing so well Father Rogers spen Tuesday and Wednesday in Richmon this week Mr C C Rhodus has begun paint ing his lately erected store and The outsido finish is an imitatio stone tin This will be painted stone color with joints penciled it whiteMr T J Osborno is confined t his bed with a severe case of grip A bad cold headache soreness o body etc usually attending tin prevalent disease are the symptom presentClayton Townsend arrived it Berea Tuesday noon from Radical During tho past six months he ha been teaching a school at St Helens Leo county He will be in town several days- Richard Short aged thirty fin years died of tuberculosis Monday His funeral was held at the hous Tuesday at 2r M His body wa laidaway in the private cemetery 01 tho Bales farm Rev W H Baker 85 after pastorate of seven years at Springfield Ohio has accepted call to tin Rootstown Ohio Congregationa church At the timo of his letter to us ho was just moving there We are very sorry to note th breaking out of typhoid fever in oui midst at this time of tho year Tin youngest son of Dr Switzer was tak ThursdayHisThis morning Eugene Thomson Will taken to the Hospital tho fever hay New Cash Store- C C RHODUS Prop BEREA KENTUCKY ing been pronounced typhoid Ifis expected that this will be a light case although not far enough along as yet to tell definitely Miss J A Robinson and Miss Welsh were tho guests of Mr aid Mrs Will Flanery Wednesday night The occasion was the reunion of the Argonauts tho name given to this company while on a mountain trip last full Tho YWCA hold their annual social and business meeting in the east parlor of Ladies halt at 3 p in last Saturday The election of officers tho hearing of reports suggestions as to next years work and a social timo made up tho pro gram Times change likewise tho condi tion of the street crossingn Whereat last week we wore walking or rather sitting down in slippery places this week we aro in danger of losing our identity in seemingly bottomless mud puddle But tho winter will soon be over children Tho meetings at the Second Church closed Tuesday night Tho attend ance throughout was good notwith standing the muddy condition of the streets and tho unfavorable weather Mr Stewarts presentation of tho Gospel was plain and forceful and both delighted and helped Ids hearers There wore nine additions to the church Mr Stewart returned to his homo Tuesday night LyceumCourso After a postponement of the original date and two substitutions an atten dance not quite up to tho average met in tho Tabernacle Saturday night to hear Miss Jeanette Kling read Holofernca Death and Queen Ann of tho Wilderness wore two dramatic selections well rendered Some- thought that her comicreadings especially the one Scene in a Chi cago Park and Irish Gossips were the best Certainly it must be said that Miss Kling labored under the disadvantage of being considered a substitute by many in tho audi ence We are glad to say that in our opinion the entertainment was fully up to tho standard A full line of white waistings at C L Hansons One Hundred Oranges Additional interest has been t created in tho Annual Debate to be hold tomorrow night because of the announcement of Mr C C Rhodus proprietor of the Now Cash Store of a gift of one hundred oranges to the banquetingn practicalijuicy orange will be passed around But to whom Alpha Zeta or Phi Delta May tho best man win t says Mr Rhodes y Pretty Mohair Suitings from Stic to 150 at C L Hansons Washingtons Birthday Tho address given yesterday in e the Tabernacle by Hon F B Willis apra man of gigantic physical propor tions Ere long his person his voice his topic and his thoughts wero seen to be gauged on tho same massive scale The introduction contained tin appreciative estimate of schools like Bores designed for tho humble and oor He of notachiefly as general constructive states manIexalted virtues of McKinley and Lincoln emphasizing especially the- o formers chivalric devotion to his invalid wife and the lattero God ordained mission in behalf of freedom A reference to Christ as tho inspirer of all noblest ideals furnished ft fitting peroration Tho J audience was responsive anti enthusl astic n n dmVkaw SHOE r or AII A NEW DEPOT Chief Carpenter Jamts Payne estimates that It will cost 4000 Tuesday a car crow of carpenters began work on tho destruction of tin old depot Twenty feet enlargement of tho north end will lx mado which will give larger waiting and office rooms A 12 x 18 ft annex will he used ns a baggage room There will lx gables both front and back All outside doors will IMJ of glass The whole building will be raised two fcotlll tho Insido woodwork will lo of southern pine varnished Proper heating facilities will insure better service for the public in the waiting room The platform in front will be renewed About three months ago n now signal service of tho latest pattern was installed Tho work is under the charge of Mr James Payne chief house carpenter on KC division and his crow com prises 12 men Ho puts the loom pletlon of tho work at about four weeks In his opinion which by the way ought to be a very good one as ho has had to do with every depot of this division the building will Ixj the best between Livingston and Cincinnati 51000 is tho estimated cost While the work of building is going on tho old baggage room will be utilized for n ticket office Afternoon of Washingtons Birthday There were five socials held in tho afternoon of Washingtons Birthday The largest in point of interest was at Ladies Hall given by the College Academy and Applied Science from 3 to 5 P Besides tho members of tho above departments a few invited guests were present The feature of tho occasion was the Oldtimo Re ception Powdered wigs knee pants buckles and rules produced some very creditable imitations of the following ancient celebrities Gen and Mrs Washington Prof Dodgo and Miss Robinson VicePresident and Mrs John Adams Dr Hubbell and Miss Welsh Col and Mrs Alexander Hamilton Prof Itumold and Miss Corwin Thos Jefferson Prof Weaver John Hancock Prof Marsh Light refreshments vocal music and a reading from her own writings by Mrs1 A It Rogers rounded out an enjoyable time Tho Model Schools were divided into three companies The eighth grade was held in the Horticultural lecture room whore a program of games and music was enjoyed by all present Refreshments wore served The seventh grade in charge of Misses Hendricks and Tlearingor was hold in the Sowing and Cooking rooms of Industrial Building Pea nut and clothes pin races mountain balladsinging and flinch flavored with oranges and candy made the afternoon pass all too quickly rho A B and C Intermediate wore well entertained at tho Tabernacle by Misses Raymond and Haagen A peanut hunt created lots of excitement and fun Naturally tho refresh ments played an important part in tho afternoons enjoyment The Normals carried out a unique program at their social in Phi Delta hall Extemporaneous speeches by persons representing tho various let ters in tho name Washington wore interesting to say the least A prize was offered for tho best production Mr Cope was declared victor A recitation by Robert Spence an orig inal poem entitled Bcreaby Prof Dinsmoro and instrumental music by Mr Taylor combined to mako the time thus spent enjoyable and profit able Refreshments and n social timo generally brought tho gathering to a close Temperance Lectures Col Chas J Holt of Chicago ono of tho foremost temperance lecturers in this country is speaking in Kentucky under the auspices of the State W C T U Ho has lately been in Lancaster and is now in Danville Ho is to bo in Berca from Sunday to Wednesday next and will speak as follows Parish house each day from Sunday to Wednesday at P Tabernaclo at tho Chapel Service Sunday night Tabernacle Monday morning giving the usual Monday lecture Baptist Church Mondaynight Disciple Church Tuesday night Colored schoolhouse Wednesday night Col Holt is a man of largo experience in tho temperance lecture field and has tho best of endorsements Tim Union Signal of Chicago says Ho is ono of our standbys Always sets things going wherever ho is His audiences limited only by size of buildings Many turned away nightly The New Voice No man in the country has a longer string of local option victories to his credit than has Mr Holt No admission fee will be charged at any of the lectures Let every ono hear him as often as possible while ho is with us Conlcan Privilege Mr Justice Darling at the Newcastle England assizes In summing up a case of stabbing said the fact that the pris oner was a CorsIcan whose blood was hot for the constant use of the knife must be taken Into consideration orKra +arrrarrrrrrarrrrrrpY irrrrrrYrryrKrrrrtr i- II YOU ARE JUDGED BYI I THE CLOTHES YOU WEAR I k Clothes maynot make a man hut it 1C useless to Jf create a disturbance by going around without them i when you can buy at our prices We are not 55 oIiThis is the time when it is true economy to i money and extravagance to keep it If Fabrics grew ready woven we y- could make prices less That is about the only way 5 What you say when you go home we iintend to be our best ad The smallest thing about our place y E is price and price is a good salesman but quality is a better one 5 Q t Did you ever think your neighbour was living r easier than yourself Perhaps ho is and may be it is because he trades at i i WELCH rJr5LargestPricesa S Cheapest Drug Store on Earth j j It Is 90 Miles to the next Store that sells Meal at 55o 5 I o Ill lil ilkAititAStililAAOililitilililstdAitilililitilititit lilitAitiaAAiil- AilAACfLOOM END SALE Began Friday January 27th Perhaps some of our customers may not under stand this expression At the Mills there arc always remnants lot over from the original run which average from one to two yards in length hey are identical in quality with the goods sold in bolts THESE GOODS WILL ALL BE SOLD BY THE POUND At unheardof prices Hero is your chance to literally get three dresses for the price of one The beauty of those artistic designs in Dimities Silk Mulls Pongees and CrepesIAre sum to make thorn move quickly Do not misunderstand us These dainty Drew Goods art romnmitu of weave you lacy 20 and 30 cents per yard for C J HANSON CO The Shop for Ladles Btrt K1If7jit res+e- Do You intend Building this Year Ifno it is well to begin now to plan and figure But in figuring DONT CONSIDER THE PRICE ONLY- as thoro In n groat difference in tho quality of different grades of materials We will place in n heavy stock of lumber for the Spring buniucsn and will bo glad to quote you prices Wo will not bo undersold Now is a good time to let us figure on your plans and specifi cations so that tho work will not be delayed when the Spring opens up Prompt attention given to custom work I J Contractors BURDETTE and SONSIPlaning and Saw Mill I If you want a good second hand square PianoOR AN Organ Your can get a bargain in them at tho furniuuro store in Beron Ky ReH Chrisman Opposite Welchs Phone 20 CoalAt 3j4c to 14c Delivered forto4c to 16c Phono 8- 6Chas L Hanson 1 iWs ITEMS FOR I THE BUSY READER Iud lies Ilecontly Transpire throughout the World THE DOINGS OF GONQRESSMEI Labere Unrest In Russia and Internet IRQ Foreign News Crimes and Catualltles and Important In Ulllgence Culled and Noted- CONGRESSIONAL senator Hard Introduced nn amen in nt to the Indian appropriation bill i t tiding Uwt no portion at the funds IfKoprlatad by the bill shall be oval r I bio for support of any sectarta in dettoncultonal school Senate nark t Mont from tli e uniltu in foreign relations report favoriiy the Mil authorizing the ni trucof an Irrigation dam rows tli lilt Unuule rlvr bet we n Ir irnM1 Hta old Mt xlm The n v Inee report MI llic omnl in tsl lill agreed to irrlp l HO rit ai i ioprlatkiiH for 176 4 maul It refer to the court Irnu I Amounting 10 from jams to m Ip nloroil an emi hntlr pro star ilio art Ion of the senate II rnsthe aurlcul ural npprt- It itlen nx to luiiiriipt tat IIObec nut of the lunate tars g r1 lag p Mr htcommittee Ill Indian at f autl fat orabl nMirt OR McGu hill authurliniK un equal IIUII the lands al iuoiieys or it UM1 llibo of IndliiMH The M inn bill to provid a govern IIutlot canal zone was passed m the Tile billtics all the ulii eC tiurniiient of ill lid hndaa rinal sain Ii the president until the ini of f next roiRrt s In onl i II rutmute miIOn at this tiiHi u the talehad Mil the iij f pe 4 a ri olutlOlt Mending that 1Kuniita mended by the tfnat dl ctly IIL itifcrrnre wtihnit an O- pItunny LdnK afforded Miutf The r paiMi the dill uppmpr lilt J1 jnn for the Diirlrt of Cc ilrnbla an he dlpbtuatli mud round lir apM iMoti bill canMiii S LM5 The j i tcrnilnateil lie ronlrr ry Willi ilio house over the mntnd- iMiingweat eoi the proM ion In t- bIIItJ It Mlmlip to tli iliuwhsrl ii nape a wheat by n inns from iv aOM tnt Inserted III the nitrl I1iurallIItlnllIn bill pass the i I Uoprei n4sIte Jhrat InlIIIC11 a J pros ic Interstate rntniiierre In un pre of tabor of the still or ot I1ral tnre or cOBiolbiI t a rolllth The p n appropriation Mil Car Inl t 0 100 was parked iiy the IIIIe In breaking time u SCELLANEOUSII nuKKt t n of Folk by Senuior Dlrkln wllneIho- I p vuipt frii pnimruilon WIH ilcfoste ebc MI wnifl liate- Presld in ItooHovelt was the guest f tho IIutiKHrlan Republloan club In rmi skit Nw YorK He was well Amsted t ltee and woret Mnloi leers At UM eanwl reunion of tho New York Alumni association of the West art ReMrv tuilvorslO of Cleveland n charlis P Thwlng president of the uultiii lamented the fact that college toiliioa are no longer rocrult theInutomobl Io r ono sec mid by till tit the 80liorto power ma i tiine of o f Thinnas that tano8 In eeuw- Members the Chlengo Commercial club who w re to Cuba two weeks ago t study ill n souroee of that Island iiivn retinT onthuslwttlc over the iHiliiUli f the new republlo F A Fii uburg head counsel or Hio WiHWi ti of tho World died of a ionipfiraii It of nervous and kidney riinibUS Ir tns Angeles Cal MargiKi and Minnie S daugh i is of iCII Brewer a farmer llvini liar I na Ark were burned to dlbFirc pt tiostroyed the Brevoort hlusc Chi 4 causing a loss of HI to thu building and hotel furnish 160 guests to make hurrieddepot ure Three firemen re injured An enUre brigade of tho Now Jor sry National guard will participate In the Inaugural parade nnd will servo as the personal escort of Gov Stokes Secretary Hitchcock recommends the reditcttun of tho amount of Osago Indian lands In Oklahoma covered by all lenses from upwards of 1500000 acres to 680000 acres Alexander Mend a colored man 11C years old died at Toledo O Mood was horn In slavery October 24 1789 niter tho lllg Sandy river in Groonup Viral county Kentucky Drench societies of tho Rod Cross rue Co bo organized In each state and territory J A fierce gale raged In Northorn In diana and snow was drifted higher titan the roofs of cars Railway traf paralyzedIadded to Ja pans naval strength as a result of salvage operations nt Port Arthur In ralaUu sunken vessels L KxGor Horace folio of lows It lying critically III nt Hot Springs Ark where ho wont fur his health Tine Japanese minister had a long conference with Secretary Hoy After he left Count Casslnl called This line revived peace talk The Pacific mall ate mllhtp Korea sailed for the Orient with a cargo of 11000 tons of raeraliandlse which In eludes a large amount of war material for the Japanese government United States district attorneys and marshals received an order from At torney General Moody prohibiting them or any of their employes from doing any kind of lobby work before the Missouri legislature An entire detachment of Japanese cavalry which had destroyed the rail way bridge between Mukden and liar bin was wiped out Russian cavalry overtook the raiders who are said to Lave refuted quarters and fought until the last man was killed The JapuHate began a heavy can nonading on the Russian right flank near Mukdtn and tho firing continued all through the next day It te thought the Japanese are preparing for a gsa eral attack The presidents message transmit ting to time senate the new Santo Do mlnno protocol was read at an exeem tire notion The subject of the Mon roe iloci iln Is dismissed at some length MHclally aa regards the rela ilor of the United istatett to the re public of the south hit pardon board granted a coniln brae of 3n days IN ilie case ot Mrs Kat Kilwnriii who hail been sentenc od to IUUIK for the murder of her hue bead nt Koadlng Pa Her colored par Bjmr SHIIIUOI GreaHoti was granted a r luuring At lirlilR lon N when the a- ttJ1 wtR made to IUUIK Freak Ras Ingir the rope broke and Ralslnger droplKd to the ground The fall broke bis nock N arly Son FlllpltKiH comprising the battalion of Philippine scouts who hasp been at the Worlds fair for nearly a yoar left fit Louis In a cps del train for Fort Thomas lO- A niovcmotit Is on foot to celebrate thi ninth anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln on Ffbmary IS ItMO Surrounded by his family Gen lAw Wallace author of Den Hur one tlnio minister to Turkey ant veteran of the Mexican and civil wars died at his hone In CrawfordHvlllp Ind aged 111lIr The health of Sen Wallace ha boon waning for noverat years A diamond weighing 324 estate bat bevn 1lB overFd In South Africa In tbt viclnty of the place where the largest diamond ever unearthed ws recently found To MircRHfullr tight the trusts with in II tanitem a coBHtliiitional coaven tlon limy Ir called to broaden the pawn of the KaBsiie legislature 111 house roramlttp on military af fair aiithi rlxrd a favorable report on a J4ltnt resolution providing that unfcm and confederate bsttleflagii In the nistortjr of the war department shall be returned to the projier author IIes In the stales whore reglinvnU weti organized Th president borlf1fd an In vew IKS km of the Standard Oil Co la a htter to Commissioner of Corpora toes CarHeld the president outlined hid view and ordered that the inves tlaatum be rigid and comprehensive It the senate does not pass the Town send rate bill at this session the president will surely call an extra ten afar of Congress In the fall to wrestle with the problem Jay Cooko 83 whose fame as a fi nanoler U WorldWide died at the home of lila soninlaw Charles D Dar not at Ogontx n suburb of Philadel phlaUpon the pressure of President Can tro tho court has ordered tho seques ration of the landed proporty ot Ilia American Asphalt Co In Veneauoln A United States squadron of 14 warships will visit Havana on March 10 Funds with which to prosecute the Inquiry Into the methods of the Stand nrtl 011 Co in Kansas wore asked ot the louse by Secretary Metcnlf of the deportment of commerce and labor For the first tlmo In history the leg islative wheels of tho government were stilled for a portion of a day to pay tribute to n womans memory The occasion was the formal accept once by congress from the state of Illinois of a statue of Frances K Wit lard the first national president of the Womens Christian Temperance Union The final algnlng of tho British par ads post treaty Is a source of consul erable gratification to officials In Washington and n substantial Increase In the volume ot postal business Is ex pected to follow Dr W S Halnoe anti O W Lewke who have been analysing tho stomach and liver of Mrs Mario WelkorHooh the latest alleged victim of Johnnn Hoch declared definitely that tho worn ans death was duo to arsenical pol soningA Introduced In tho Kan IRS legislature provides for a voto of tho people In 100G on the question ot calling a conslllullonal convention Tho now constitution would bo expect ed to bo very strongly against trusts Health Officer Spratllng at Cristo hill qnnal zone states positively that It haft not been shown thnt yellow fe ver does exist or leas existed In Colon since July 1 Throe carloads ot statuary and other plaster works ot art sent by tho rocont Louisiana Purchase Exposition Co for use In tho Inaugural coremo tiles have arrived in Washington Snow to tho depth of from three to five foot foil In Northwestern Penn sylvaniaA for tho establishment of a Htato oil refinery has been Introduced iu the Colorado legislature Business failures in the United States for the week ending February 1C number 243 as against 207 lost week 331 In the like week In 1004 and 188 In 1003 The president favors the building of throe new battleships Instead of two as the bill In congress now stands Charles E Rogers a wealthy lum bar dealer of Brooklyn was Instantly killed by falling down tho hatchway ol the steamer Cuzza while ho was Inspecting a cargo of mahogany The final meeting for this congress of the house committee on merchant marino and fisheries was hold A bill was favorably acted on abolishing the requirement for licensed mates on vail ing vessels The navy department line awarded contracts to LInd Ie Co of Now York und McCall of Dalllmorc for the transportation ot COOOO tons ot coal to tho naval stations at Cavlto Philip pine Islands Repreftentatfves of about crude petroleum producing companies mot in Chicago and took the first steps to ward the formation of an organisation trhIolitiey declare will be of national strength Inside of n year According to reports In circulation the Dowager Itmproa of Russia has received a threatening letter warning her that she will be the next victim Christopher W llergsn former con gressman from New Jersey Is dead- at his home In Havreford a suburb of Philadelphia aged 04 President Roosevelt has not aban dosed his Idea of obtaining with tits lending powers of the world definite comprehensive and effective agree meats as to a scheme of International arbitration Mrs Sophia Westover died at Wyo cons Wla In her 106th year liar father assisted In the capture ot Port Tlconderoca under Btban Allen Fifteen thousand members of organ- Ized labor In Colorado will assemble in Denver Mftrck S when Ute legisla tore s scheduled to net on the report of the committee that has been Inves gaUnt the claims ot Adams and Pea body to the Kovernehli of Colorado Five men were killed and IS injured In an accident on No 2 slope of No 1 raillery of the Lytlle operation at PottsvlIIo ls by a fall of top rock while a gunboat loaded with 18 men on their way bo work was going down the shaft Five people were burned to death In a dwelling house at Howe Brook plantation about M miles north of Island Falls Me The Mexican government lias ap pointed a commission of artilleryman lo make a report on a new explosive invented by a New York man who lea uttered the exclusive use thereof to MexicoMidshipman Samuel Weatray Battle of the second claaa at the naval asad- emy and a son of Surgeon Sammi W Hattie 1 S N retired of Ashevltte N C dropped dead In the Annapolis iredemy Rt Rev William E McLaren Protestant Episcopal bishop of Chicago died In New York Ills death was due to heart failure According to a dispatch from lLuk den special reports have been received it the place stating the surrender of Port Arthur oorurrod against the wishes of most officers of tho garrison J L Crawford president of the Peo pies Coal Co Scranten Pa died at Ills winter home In Indian River Fla lie was well known In anthracite trade and was prominent among the operators during tho last strike Field Marshal Oynnm reports that thu Rus lans are continuing their do enslro works In all directions They mnUnued to shell portions of the Ja wnese lines Tho Synjes block Denver CoL a hroostory structure occupied by stores and offices was destroyed by Iro entailing a loss estimated at 300 000 Sovon business houses were eon turned nt Tyler Tex entailing a loss tttlntattd at 180000 John U Rlackhawk 2C a full blooded Wlnnobago Indian just returned home from the Carlisle Indian school has oloped with and married Olive Hart the 19yoarold daughter of a Vender f Neb physician One person was kilted two others Were Injured and several narrowly os apod as the result of tho collapse of- a ruined building In West Fourteenth treat Chicago President Roosevelt sent a message of condolence to the Csnr over the tiurder of his uncle Grand Duke Set gins The Japanese navy department an louncos tho solsnro of tho Drittsh steamer Sllvlana bound for Vladlvos tok with Cardiff coal The place where the selcuro was mado Is not tated In the dispatch Tho strike situation In St Petersburg Is growing menacing It has assumed tho form of a lockout tho Putt loft Iron works the FrancoRussian works the RussoAmorlcan rubber works and a few smaller concerns hav- Ing discharged all their employes with tine notice that tho works will bo shut down Indefinitely throwing out thou entitle of workmen Sir Chontung LiangCheng the Chi nose minister presented to President Roosevelt an oil painting of tho Dowager Empress of China Robert L Archer has been detailed for duty on the post office and courthouse building nt Huntington W I1S Superintendent of construction Ennis R Austin has been detailed as superintendent of construction on tho ostoffice building now being erected at RIchmond Ind Dr O H Smith has been appointed pension examining surgeon at New Castle Ind vice Dr E E Kirk re signed MET TERRIBLE DEATH Grand puke Sergins Uncle of the Czar Assassinated A Bomb Thrown Under HIs Carriage Exploded Tearing the Victims Body Into Ghastly Fragments Littering the Snow MOSCOW Feb 18 Within the walla of the farfamed Kremlin palaco and almost undornoath the historical tow or from which Ivan the Terrible watched the heads of his enemies fall lag beneath tide ax on tho famous Red square and within a stones throw of the bell of Moscow Grand Duke Serous uncle and llfotherlnlaw of Emperor Nicholas and tho chief of the reactionaries mot a terrible death The deed was committed by a single terrorist who throw beneath the car tinge of the grand duke a bomb charg ed with the same high power explo slve which wrought Minister von Pleh res death The missile was packed with nail and fragments of Iron and its explosion tore the Imperial vie times body to ghastly fragments which strewd the snow for yards aroundThe assassin bpkmga to the noted lighting group of the socialist revo lutionary party which hat removed other prominent officials and long since passed sentence of death upon Grand Duke Sergltfs The grand duke knew that he stood In the shadow of death When the dukes carriage was in front of the courts of justice where the walls of the triangle approach forming a narrow entrance lo the Nlkolisky gate a man clod In work mans attire stepped forward from the sidewalk and threw a bomb which he had concealed beneath his coat A terrible explosion followed and a hall of Iron pelted tile grim stone walls of the arsenal and courts of Justice A thick cloud of smoke snow and debris aroBe When It had cleared a ghastly tight was presented On the snow lay fragments of the body of Grand Duke Sergliis mingled with die wreck of the carriage The grand dukes head had been torn from his body and reduced to a shapeless pulp and the trunk and limbs were frightfully mangled A finger hearing a rich seal ring was found lying several yards The crimson tint and sicken lag smell of blood were everywhere Only a few fragments of cloth indicated that the body had been once clothed The coachman lay moaning with pain beside a deep hole In the pave meat The horses dragging the front wheels of the carriage had dashed off maddened with pain to sink dy lag before they reached the gate Police officials rapidly gathered but before anything could be done towards collecting the scattered fragments of the body Grand Duchess Elisabeth drove up In an open carriage She had dropped her work at the head quarters of the Red Cross and sped to the scene of the crime without walling to don her outer wraps She broke down entirely at the sight and dropped to her knees sobbing bitterly The assassin was thrown to the ground and stunned by the force of tho explosion but he quickly arose and ran toward the gate attempting to escape Ills baste and tho blood streaming from his taco whore he had boon wounded by fragments of tho bomb attracted the attention of a ser goaht of police who seized him be fore he could draw his revolver Tho man dill not deny hs crime but on the contrary gloried In Its success St Petersburg Fob 20Jt has now boon definitely decided that the ro mains of Grand Duko Sorglus will not be brought to St Petersburg for the present but will bo placed In a tern porary receiving vault of the cloister of tho Chaudoff monastery to await the completion of alterations now In progress In tho Romanoff mausoleum In tho cathedral of St Peter and St Paul where the permanent interment will occur among tho tombs of his ancestors On account of lack of space In the mausoleum It was decld Ml last year henceforth to bury only rulers of the dynasty In tho old mnu oleum and a now sepulchre In the new wing of tho cathedral Is now be tug built for other members of tho Imperial family So grove is the danger of a repetition of the Moscow tragedy that soy eral of the grand dukes have not stir red out of their palaces slncoXhe mur ler and Instead of going to Tsarsho Selo to attend tho requiem there they have participated In special services leld In the chapels of their own pal iced This was tho case as regards tine Grand Dukes Vladimir and Alexis A special requiem also was hold In the winter unlace that Gov Gen Tro loft might attend Jon Tropoft iv known to bo under sentence by tho Ightlng organization of tho social revolutionists and so far as can bo nscor nlnod has not loft his quarters In the palaco slnco the assassination of Hand Duke Serglus The Strike Spreading- St Petersburg Job 18Time strike Is extending About 6400 employee ot the Novelty thread works Joined In time movement The strikers now total about 30000 Tho temper of tho non Is more threatening and Cossacks have been called out Appeals For Peace St Petersburg Fob 18Tho Em press of Russia has received from tho women of Moscow an address piteous ty appealing to her as a woman and n nether to use her Influence with the Emperor to secure peace STATE NEWS PICKUPS SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR The Hunt Site Sill Is Now In Full Force and Effect Frankfort Ky Feb loov Beck ham signed and approved the Hunt site bIll and it Is now In full fora and effect The state house oommls donors held a meeting and had all the owners of tho Hunt site land before them endeavoring to roach an agree mont by which the line on the north of the Hunt properly from Shelby tn Logan streets can bo made straight so that a broad street can be opened along tho north border of the property The property owners announced that th y would agree among themselves to make the line straight A proposi Ion will be made to the city of Frank fort to purchase a strip of ground 40 feet wide and 400 feet long so as to make Main street 90 feet wide for its full length up to tho Hunt site If tilt city will do this the commissioners will opon up a street 100 feet wide from Shelby to Logan streets a distance of 000 feetCHARGED WITH SHORTAGE Sheriff Resigned and Was Arrested By His Deputy hazard Ky Feb 16Monday morning Sheriff B H Cornell handed bis resignation to County Judge Bv ersoie and It Is alleged fled to escape street y bondsmen tot the embezaje meat of 3500 Deputy Sheriff Combs Is now on his way book to hazard with Cornett In his custody Cornotts alleged shortage folli rod the failure to obtain his quietus from the state auditor In December Ills bondsmen however Immediately came to Cornotts rosette and put up the 1700 necessary to get his quietus which ho secured Just In the nick of time to execute his bond as the law prescribes that a sheriff must have ob- taIned his quietus and produced it in open court on the first Monday In January The bondsmen say they will prosecute him to tho fullest extent of tho law COLORED MURDERER HANGED He Confessed To the Shocking Crime While on the Scaffold Owensboro Ky Fob 18 Roy Green colored was hanged here for the brutal murder of James Coomes a white man at the fair grounds on July hi last year A large crowd of farmers witnessed the execution In the Jail yard Green had previously main tained his Innocence but when he mounted the scaffold he confessed committing the cruel murder Ho claimed however he killed Coomes In selfdefense but the evidence at the trial showed that the crime was one of the most coldblooded end shocking ever perpetrated In this section of the state After making his confession to tho officers the deputy sheriffs adjust ed time black cap and a few seconds later his body dropped Into pace The fall broke his neck and he was pronounced dead In six minutes A DISCHARGED EMPLOYE Shot and Wounded President Stewart of the Stewart Iron Works Covlngton Ky Feb 17R C Stewart jr president and treasurer of the Stewart Iron works was shot over the heart by George J Woolfel 60 of 1044 Russell street Covlngton formerly ono of his highestsalaried mploycs The shooting took place in the office of tho company Seventeenth and Madison avenue and the wound od man was aided to his home 1G31 Madison avenue where his condition was pronounced not critical Woelfol was arrested by Patrolmen Dohony and Schmolng on a charge of shooting to kill Continued Until March Term Lexington Ky Fob 17Tho case of Lewis Mitchell tho negro servant charged with an attempt to liaison the family of Judge James H Mulligan and which created such a sensation at thE time was called In the circuit court and continued until the March term Protests Against Assessment Lexington Ky Feb 19 Charles H Jerryman manager of the Elmendorf tarn of J B Haggln has filed before County Judge F A Ilullook a petition iroteetlng against the valuation all fixed by tho board of supervisors upon various tracts of land owned by- Mr Haggln Little BumrnedDeath Kllinbolhtown Ky Fob 18Rulh vorrlck tho threeyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Harvey Korrlck of tear town lost her life by fire nor clothing Ignited front the OrelJa08 and she was so badly burned that she died horlly In tho greatest agony Brakeman Badly Injured Clay City Ky Fob J8AII L E freight brakeman named Strloklln was caught between the drawhcads of two cars and badly bruised The Ciianccd for his recovery are doubtful He svns taken to the hospital at Iacing ton The Second Set of Twins Henderson Ky Feb ILTwing- irls wore burn to tho wife of County Clerk L W Powell This Is tho soc and set of twins in this family within two years There are 18 children In all In the family CHARGE AGAINST OFFICERS It Is Alleged That They Robbed Two Women Owensboro Ky Feb 1C William Gats and James Rhodes members of the Owensboro police force were ar rested on warrants sworn out by Mrs Forest Mason and her sister Susie Fields charging them with robbery and breach of the peace Tho women allege that the officers came to their home In the western part of the city and demanded 25 from each The policemen the wont en say beat them and knocked them about the room They then drew their pistols and forced the women to get out all the money they possessed anti give It to them Tho women also charge tho officers with taking tho Fields girl to the front porch and tearing her clothes off Time thor mometer was at zero at tho tlmo and she suffered Intensely from the cold The officers resigned from the police force THE HARGIS HEARING Chief Justice Hobson Postponed It Until February 25 Frankfort Ky Feb l8Chlef Jut lice HoblOn or the Kentucky court of appeals postponed until Saturday February 25 next tho hearing toro that court of tho Hargls case Involv- Ing the question of Jurisdiction be tween the Fayetto and Breathltt coun ty circuit courts In the murder trials The continuance was ranted because of tho illness of Magistrate Ed wards of Droathltt tho principal witness of both sides In continuing tho hearing the court ordered that the answer of the state be filed and permits tho attorneys for the Hnrglsos to take the deposition of Edwards to be used only In the event that ho Is not able to be hero when the case Is again called THE WINCHESTER COLLEGE The Methodist Board Has Decided To Rebuild the Structure Lexington Ky Fob 18 Accepting an offer rondo by the people of Win chester to tho educational board of tho Methodist Episcopal church south tho latter body which met hero dodd ed to rebuild at once tho college do strayed by fire In Winchester Win chester people appeared before tho board and offered to give any amount necessary to reconstruct tho college buildings over and above tho 80000 Insurance money This left the board with nothing to replace but the library and furniture for tho buildings W E BRADLEY The WellKnown Distiller Succumbed To Heart Disease Fmnkfort Ky Feb 17W Eo Bradley 63 assistant treasurer and general manager of the Kentucky DIs- tilleries and Warehouse Co and broth or of Edson Bradley president of the company of Now York and ono of the promoters of tho company died of heart disease after returnIng from the theater Ho was born In New York and Is one of tho bestknown distiller In Amorlca He leaves an estate of over half a million and is survived by n wife and two children Unknown Man Killed Covlngton Ky Feb 16An un mown man was killed by a train on the L N tracks back of the car iarns In Central Covlngton The mans neck was broken and his right arm and side were considerably man sled bjf tho wheels of the train They Deny the Report Louisville Ky Feb 18 Officials ot ho Louisville Henderson St Loulrf railroad deny that they are planning- to build their own line from West Point to Louisville thus abandoning their present use of the Illinois Cen trill tracks He Gave Bond Hasard Ky Feb 18E II Cot ftott late sheriff of Perry county was arraigned waived examination and lavo hondo He Is charged with tho embezzlement of public money Ills lleged shortage amounts to 8000 or 8500 Young Man Shot By a Physician Smlthlond Ky Feb 17JJlunt lodge a young man of Sralthland was shot and dangerously wounded jy Dr Fred G LaRue who claimed that Hodge hind broken up his home rime physician fired four times at lodge throe bullets taking effect Made Special Judge Frankfort Ky Feb J8mlV Bock ham appointed Jl B Petrl of Todd county to servo as special circuit judge in Ixignn county for the coming term tho reswlar Judge being unable to sit Had T6 Be Killed Lexington Ky Feb npo Mil ton Young had the misfortune to logo a valuable ntid promising colt through an accident at the association track The youngster was being led over tho ground when he slipped on till led and fell breaking a leg Given Death Sentence MadlsonvillP Ky Feb 1GThej- ury In limn ease of Garth TompKius colored charged with the r urder of- Jlun Brume colored two years 10 last Chrisinia retained a tent if guilty and fixed Dunjtthronnt tit death J J I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 I I I r East End Drug Go DEALERS IN PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES See our Be and lOc counter A WONDER OF GLASS- WORK Come and look at tho nicest line of QUEENS WARE ever in Berea We also carry a nice line of- fFRESH GROCERIES and STAPLE ARTICLES at the lowest prices CALL AND SEE US PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY H 0 WOOLF Pr- op1t1IItlittlIHHI 1I IH FOR SALE One good house and lot in the east end of Berea located on Prospect Street The house has five plastered f rooms and two sealed rooms A large garden spot and extra good Can be bought right Also a small house and lot in Vial laceton Ky with a good garden five miles west of Berea Ky Two churches and a achoolhousa in sight i For further particulars call on- E B WALLACE Phone G3 Berea Ky S McGuire 1isat all times thoroughly prepared i to deal with eye troubles Your eyes examined by tho very best and latest optical instruments His work gives satisfaction for prices on all his work are right Lenses refitted within a fow days after taking the order If you have any defect of vision it will pay you to look over his stockand receive correct treatme- ntOPTICIAN Berea Ky For Sale About ten or twelve build log lots on the Louisville and Nashville railroad one half mile from Berea near Berea brick and tiling fac tory in a fine locality and good neighborhood Can bo bought right For further particulars call on L B MOORE i Berea Ky THE OLD RELIABLE R B DOES BARBER SHOP Is now located in newly furnished rooms over Gabbard R Store New Furuiturn outfit and every con cuttingShampoo FOR SALE perhundredthan ton is purchased Also 28 ton s of nice Timothy baled hay 00 cent dr hundred under similar condition SHELBY C TCDOH Berea Ky i HORSE STOLEN A dark bay horse white stripe in forehead 10 hands high weigh about 000 pounds Was stolen Sat urday night Feb 12 Anyone abli to give information leading to th recovery will receive a reward G P PHILLIPS Berea Ky 1Anyone having claims against tin estate of 0 M Clift deceased shouh present them to me on or before the 10th of March 1005 verifiedaccord ing to law 0 E Gun Admr +t i J I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 I I I I I I I l Eastern Kentucky News Ho coneiponlence pablhhed urea signed to tD by the writer The name U not lot pitttcaUoB but a i u erUence of good faith Writ pUlaly I I I II I I I I I I J J II JI I J I J J I J I I I I I I I I I tIHi t11tHb OWSLEY COUNTY BOO NEYILLE Feb 20Cash Williams of Jack son was n visitor in town last week Charloy Becknell of Wilmore was in town the greater part of the last two weeks looking after his business interests and visiting old friends Miss Minnie Herd went to Athol Saturday to open a ton weeks school nt that plneoRev Moores adminis tered tho rite of baptism to about ten or twelve converts at Clifty last Sunday A Sundayschool will probably be organized at that place as a result of the recent revival Mr mid Mrs Will Price of Beattyville were visiting tho tatters parents Mr and Mrs John Breeding several days last weekJohn Eversolo returned home Friday after short trip to London and other neighboring towns in the interests of his candidacy for United States District Attorney Mr Evereolos prospects for securing tho position are good he will bring a high degree of efficiency to the filling of tho place The continued bad weather has been very produc tive of sickness and a large number of tho townspeople have been the victims of coughs cold and grip Floyd Price of Levi left some days ago for Louisville where he willsecure employment Later he will probably locate in Ohio for a time Dillard Mainous of Buck Creek returned home last week after a two weeks visit in Cincinnati The recent breakup of the river was the occasion of great loss to the lumber and millmen all along its course as many thousands of logs were carried away Almost all of the town people went to the river while the tide was on to see the novel sight Revs Ball and Moores will preach at this place Sunday Rev Ball will probably baptize a number of persons by immersion if the condition of the river is favor able There is quite an epidemic whoopingcough among the chil dren of the town just at present At the Presbyterian church Sunday Rev Campbell conducted an instal lotion service the occasion being the installing of John G Neace as elder and Will Wilder as deacon This brings the number of deacons and elders up to the required number The last meeting of the Literary Society was the most successful yet The question for debate was Resolved that the love of woman has more influence over man than the love of money affirmed by J G Neace and Flora Cawood and denied by Nannie Wilson and T F Campbell It was most interestingl- ydiscussooG W Jackson has bought the farm of J T Mainous on Buck Creek for a consideration of one thousand dollars Wo havo experiencedso far the coldest winter since and more snowS P Hogg who has been very sick for sometime has sufficiently recovered as to be out ogainWo were sorry indeed to learn through TimE CITIZEN of the death of our old friend and former neighbor Nancy Robinson of Berea under whose welcome roof wo have often sheltered at whoso bountiful table we have so often shared her hospitalities and desire through THE CITIZEN to join in with her many friends and relatives in expressions of regret for tho loss of so loved a friend and relative GABBARD Feb 20IVe are laving tho coldest winter that has been ex perienced hero for some years Last Monday night was tho coldest of the season the thermometer registered 10 below zoroFarmers are getting behind with their workThoro was an ice tide in the river lust week which did very much damage to the logging men Granville Baker of Buffalo Creek this County died last week Ho had been blind for a number of earsFeed stuff is get ting scarce in this part of the country P H Gabbard is on tho sick list at this writing Wm Huff and Albert Gabbard were out fox hunting Saturday Lincoln Bolin was hero SundayA lot of river men passed through hero last week on tho way to their homes in Clay County JACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK IC H Click of Kerby Knob was in our midst Sunday to see his best girlJobn Thompson visited friends in McKee last weekMrs Riley diedeSaturday morning and was buried Sunday Sha leaves u bereaved husband and five children and a host of friends who mourn her loss Miss Annie Kelley visited homo folks Sunday at Station Camp Sen ator W H Clark of McKee corn manded a fine fox excursion on r r nlghtQuite out preachJohnHamilton Ohio for quite a while is spending tho Winter with home folks Turner Kelley ono ofour prominent business men visited friends on Station Camp Sunday Dr Bigo Wilson has purchased a flock of fine northern geese their plumage seems to lw an ornamental attraction Married on the 20th Mr Boss Parsons of Alcorn to Miss Sally Alcorn May their paths of life bo strewn with many flowersIt is weldingdresslast week Another marriage will not be a surprise We have heal having some very disagreeable weather for the past month Our merchants say they cant get their merchandise from tho railroad stations owing to so much ice wing in tho roads G M Parsons is a candi late for assessor Mr Parsons is one of our most prominent citizens and business menProf Lee J Webb of Annville candidate for County Superintendent of Public Schools in this county jtassed through Alcorn near this plate last week on a canvassing tour Died of consumption on the 10th the wife of Isaac Alcorn She was groundMrschool on account of cold weather He visited H H Fowlers Friday nightJim and Ed Richardson are back from Hamilton Allan Powell was in this vicinity Friday He says ho is a candidate for County Clerk Court Candidates and re qllalldSAND OAP Feb 20IV C Martin of Ill GllpIllstenjoying good health He says times are prosperous in 111 He started for home on tho thW- S Brockman is down very low with the JrripDaw Parsons and wife of Alcorn visited Jane Alcorn last lkputSuneOluth to survey a piece of laud for Cash Lninhnrt This is the coldest oxperionCttlhert done anything toward farming R F Lucas has rented a farm from Mary B Claynear Foxtown Mad son County and is going to move to it right away He rented his farm to George Miller Aunt Sally Bales has been very low with tho grip but is getting betterJohn Morris has purchased a farm from J C Towel of Madison County and is going to move soon Ho sold his farm for tho sum of 175Green Aymix tho Deputy Sheriff a candidate for Jailer was through our vicinity last cul1llidacyIfa good honest man to fill the office of Jailer of Jackson County they need not hunt any further for ho is the man He has made a firstclass Deputy Sheriff Joel Lakes Sr has been very sick but is getting primaryiMADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS Feb 17Mrs Williamson Boul KingstonFebThursday Nov 0 and was buried in Johnson grave yard on Friday the 18thTho youngest child of Mack Johnson is sick with pneumonia pasltolthroughPaint Lick to visit her brothers and sisters Green Durham of Kingston anti Miss Bertha Powell were mar LucyCurterwith Misses Bertha and Mollie John son Misses Lucy Carter Bertha and Murtio Johnson were guests of nlghtOurSunday dance these cold Sundays We are expecting Miss Horn of Berea to give us a lecture some Sunday in tho near futuroMr and Mrs Eli Cornelison have been sick the last few daysMiss Annie Benge of this place and Lizzie Scovel of Lon morningfor Indianapolislad spring DREYFUS Feb 20Ro Lunsford of Boron preached at time Christian Church Sunday to a large audience Lewis Sandlin Sr and Miss Martha Powell were Berea visitors Saturday and Sunday Tom Adams of Kingston attended Church hero Sunday L C Powell was in Jackson County last wcokMiss Emma Baker who has been visiting at Boron for SundayGrorgoin Dreyfus SundayMrs Martha Ogg who has been ill for some time is slowly improving Curt Bengo visitbmgMrsBongos Morriss of Jackson County came down last week and j jrclmsed a small farm of J C Powell near Dreyfus known as the Tennejweo farmUom to Mr and Mrs John Sandlin a 12 pound boy CLAY COUNTY ONEIDA Feb 7The jcoplo of this place won severely injured by the ice tide Leo Combs of Oneida had a fine mule drowned during the tide last week Leonard Wood Rhoda Sparks and r A Becknell lurid their parents a visit on Sexton and Island Creeks last Friday and Saturday Tho Oneida Baptist church hold a pro tracted nicotine in which they rUt ceived fifty joiners The Literary society met last Friday night at Oneida and had a nice tlmel M Frye who wont to Leslie county to teachschool has returned to his home on Island Creek Tho winter term of school of Oncdia will close ou tho 10th day of March Tho girls dormitory is proving n flue success Hugh Burns was across the river yesterday ou business OlOrgotownlustCombs visited her mother yesterday at Tankersley There will lx a baptizing him the 20th There are fifty to bo baptized ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Feb 20C I Ogg visited W H Linvillo SundayJ W Todd who line leen sick in somewhat heUorW T Liuville went to J W Lakes Sunday on business Mr and Mrs W H Stephen fautilySundayBeeeie cousin Vergie Martin Saturday and SundayD G Waddle and Willie SundayMrsparents Mr and Mrs J J Martin Sunday evening There will Iw preaching at Macedonia Saturday and SundayJ J Martin mid son Casper J Grunt and Jim Stinger wlnt fox hunting Saturday night John Stephens visited Bert Martin SundayMrs Susannah Holman is wrUlngBurbUAAMcGuire Mirenls Mr and Mrs J J Martin for a few days Died Feb IU the DuiRIputanta visited his cousin W H Stephens Tuesday nightH E Bullen of Conwaycalled on Miss Minnie Waddlo Sunday Miss Rettio McCollom visited F M Told Sunday croningO Scoggin of Mt Vernon was at Wm Lincvilles againlost Sunday Wo are having sonic very bad weather now MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Feb 20Mrs Nancy Duncan is indisposed at her home on East Fifth street Tho New Era last tute held at the Bethel church last week under tho supervision of Rev Butler was successful notwithstand ing the inclemency of tho weather Rev J F Wilson is tho present guest of Rev Wm Price Miss Hattie Williams who has been critic ally ill for sometime is no letter at this writing Tho Valentine outer tainment given for benefit of time Bethel Sewing Circle at the residence of Mrs Bottle Hayes was a complete success from start to finishMrs Susan Dimmitt is ill at her home on Maddox Street Miss Mary Britton of North Fork visited our city Sun SowingCircloand progressive organizations of this city It has been organized little over one year and during that time it has raised and expended over 300 for the benefit of tho church and for charityworkMrs Kato McAllister NoneyStewnnl COLCHESTER ILL Feb 14Mony of thoso who live near Boron will ho interested in knowing that two of our aged cit hens lately deceased of Hancock County III wero born and raised near Berea Jesse Wright died Dec 10 1005 aged 72 years John Todd yearsTheyElderIVe are hawing colder weather in these parts than we have had for 15 years More snow every day although it lids been good sled ding for six weeks or more Time thermometer down to 32 degrees below Monday JACKS FOR SALE I have seven good Jacks all broken and ready for service Will soil cheap or exchange for other stock J W HEHNDOX PO Whites Station Stock Farm 8 mUll north of Beroa M Carriage Satisfaction Here Traps Durable hotlyfinlsblJlhauNOWWe repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORK- Scc F Prop Richmond Ky Headache Can be Cured with Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills If your nervea are sbfeet to disturb anew Jtich a Ilradach Nevratgia Darknehe Uheumattsm MtMlrwU IMIns BleepUiMMMia eta their Jarring and Jangling can Ie quickly ended with a Dr III e r AmlIaJa IlL Dr Dine Anilltohi Utts are i ltd- ant phik tablets whisk do net net on tow U Wtb nor de they have a1d- WlCfHQbl weakening or haWtform tag effect en tto 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Main Street and will have froth moat on lined all the time Coma see UK for fair treatment lj Your Jrndo U toileted here Main Street Korea Ky h OVER IN and Will out Prices to suit jour PiTrne Phone 10 A P Jr Depot Street Herea Ky 111 +lof JI H tHH1H Arbucklc Simmons SALE We bflllove to more business thin policy with the seasons no stock everything bright Season joumoney0 KY- ilIttllMltIin 11 IM IH n n n FEMALEWEAKNESS 14CongtpuelPoatuso uperlorto trued would could not the treatment the usnailIdid soon good l1l2Lf dhLwsr- T aaurerPortlandEconomloLegusPeriodical weakness Win permanently reason should Cardui WINE CAROM BuggiesPhaetons RunaboutsSurries GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish Ib- nMoat Shop anti Durham Bros STOCKED Shoes Clothing SETTLE 1ItIH1tl1hl SPECIAL WINTER Arbuckle SimmonsRICHMOND PRODUCE CHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC hyIIJ S GOTT Dopot Street Heron Ky U For Sale A now 2 story frnmo HOMO rooms second House on Jackson Street On 100 foot lot Has goodvbarn sad mover failing well and fine J gardon Will give purchaser tho best of terms For information call ou or address H MUNOY Phone 57 Bares Ky