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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ty HIMM M IliMMIv BEREA PUBLISHING CO L C HINMAN Manager ICnbrtd atlkt Fotlojlct at Btna Ay at ttcond Cuss asap tsafkr HHHJHWHHJHHH1IHH WVOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 2 1905 One dollar a year NO1I7 POINTED PARAGRAPHSF- rom Hit ChiNII Kewi A busy millers lifo ono conlin nous grind Huvongu Is n HUH that kicks iniioh linrdof tlinii it MhnolRIPolltonesfl In tlio nlmottjilioro or low Moa mtiko tliuiiuuilvufl ridiculous by luiiniiig to lo what they urn not Of tourso you art 11lIrlght hilt your IIndcloor nniglilxjr neodfl n lot of ruforminj FROM THE WIDE WORLD Maxim Gorky tho fnnoiiH author was biuilHhiHl to Rige- lIhopllyrelcinnsof Sir Ifunry Irving tho actor say ho in complotoly run down physically Tho Jihuu cowl Irinewwof Wnlca ollenlJngfroth flimtdinalu in nneany OVIT rvportn of tho organization ofn fllihusloriiiR and hUM nHkixl tho United Stntua to take stops to tlnvnrt tho tnovomont A dbmtuh from Snchotun under unto of Pobnmry 21 hits been re cttlvod nt St Paten burg snying that a dunpuntto Ixittlo was fought on that day stud that tho Jaimncw in su jHirior numbers forcer tho Hussion dutnchtnont nt Tslnkhotchin toad an don base at IfaromiofT Hill A report 111111 Got KuruHitkin says n twolltytorpltoivostok IN OUR OWN COUNTRY J Iiurpont Morgan taught the nmnimuript of Ilolmos Autocrat of the HroHkfttBt Table for 1000 Ilro nt Hot Springs Ark dostroy ed protxirty worth prolutbly n mil lion dollars Three lives wore lost ArgdJlthmfour coitnn at various Ainoriwn trdnonllonnl Institutioni Whim put on tho wltnosct stand at CJoulRIII Mrs Ciadwdokrobnsthl to HIISWIH any iiefltionH put to her ovoti rwfuslHg to tell her imnw- 1rof Jnoqtiua Loel of tho Unlvof aily of QiUforniH cliiinw to Mire producingLNow Orlowns Lit Hob 27Thu- fire whtoli mvepfthi Illinois Contral rnilrmd wlmnnH last night and still burning doatroyel property worth nt least five million dollars Tho degree of Doctor of Lnwfl was collared on hath Prositlont Ilooso volt null KinjHirrr William by tho University of Pennsylvnnla nt its Washingtons birthday coroinonies at rhlladelphla Georgo Sonall Boutwoll oxSicrc tary of the Treasury nnd who was in bindomeHOflllh1icnullrtytlont of tho Anti Ilnportalist Ieiiguo Inwident Roosevelt Tuesday sign ed tho resolution restoring the Con federate flags to the Southern States Tho flags will ho taken from tho archives in the Wnr Department and mint to the Governors of States to ho distributed to till remnants of the regiments to which they belonged Kentucky ins suvoml ling in the lot COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY It is estimated that four thousand persons have been converted by mountain evangelists between Cor bin Ky and Norton Vn lately Gov neckham appointed W T Colo to bo County Judge of Grconup county to succeed Judge J n lIeu Congressfront Friends of Col Brutus J Clay of liichmond ICyson of the Into Gnu Cassius M Clay who died recently nt n ripe old ngo are making an active effort to have President Roosevelt appoint him to n view in the diplomatic service The of tho country very gouurnllycondo11uu Judge 13m1t01ns 111011Bannof tho law makers who passel tho Day Hill Tho case is carried totho Kentucky Court uf Appeals A meeting of tho stockholders of tho Louisville null Nashville railroad will held in Louisville March 28 to vote on n bond issue of 50000 000 to cover tho building nnd equip ment of tho now Atlanta Knoxville mid Cincinnati division of the road A mass meeting of State officials city ollicials nnd citizens of Frank fort was hold at which n memorial was addressed to Congress urging an appropriation sulliciont to con plolo tho system of looks lulu dams on tho Kentucky river to Three Forks in tho heart of the Kentucky IioldsI THE CITIZEN LhIN OF ACTIVITIES IN THE WAR The Scene of the Battle Now In Progress Between Kuropatklns and LandingPlacesVladivostok BIG ENGAGEMENT Fighting In Progress Along the Whole Line the Japanese Attacking Everywhere RUSSIANS MAKE COUNTER ATTACK They Seized the Head of the Bridge Across the Sliakhe River lu Center of Jails Lines Roar of Artllltry Firing Echoes Unceasingly From the Mountain and From the Low Flats of the Hun River Valley Mukden March FiBhtlnr U tn progress along tho whole line the Japanese attacking everywhere All attacks were beaten back and tho Rut clans made counter attacks at many places On the right flank the Rue Mian occupied the village of Boatatzsl which Is ctoie to Sandlapu and from that position hurled hand grenades across the Intervening ravine Into the Japanose trenches In Sandlapu caUs- Ing heavy loss and great disorder Mukden March t11le Russians have seized the head of the bridge across the Shakhe river In the center of the Japanese lines assisted by ar tillery firing of particular energy from Iutlloff hilt and Novgorod hill Tho seizure of the railroad bridge across the Shakho river was the oc ca lon of a sharp combat Tho Rue sians succeeded In surprising tho Japanese bridge guards and reinforced beat oft all attempts of tho Japanese to regain possession It Heavy Siege Artillery The Japanese are using heavy siege artillery In tho bombardment of Putt loft hill and Novgorod hill and this Is believed to bo preliminary to an at tempt to storm them Tho losses to Iho defending force are Insignificant The roar of artillery firing Is echoing unceasingly from the mountains to the eastward to the low flats of tho nun river valley the scene of Gen Grip cnbergs repulse Ten determined attacks opposite Vanalntung end west of Vanupudzl wore all repulsed with heavy loss The situation on the Russian loft flank Is unchanged A HEAVY LOSS New Government Dyke at St Louis Demolished St Louis March tWtth the break Ing of the Ice gorge In the Mississippi river the passage of the last of the big floes from tho local harbor It was discovered that the new government dyke 900 feet long had been com pletely demolished Tho cost of tho work was 1200000 A protection dyke at the East St Louis III waterworks was also swopt nway by tho outgoing Ice causing damage estimated at 15 000 Every steamboat anchored to the St Louis water front has so far escaped danlgco Riotous Students Minsk March tThe students of the clerical seminary hero wrecked the houses of the director and Inspec tor of schools and burned all their papers All tho students then left tho town Toasted the Czar and the President New York March 1 Standing un der tho blended colors of Russia anJ America the 13 Russian officers recently arrived hero as paroled prlsI onera toasted the czar and tho pros dent of tae United States THE ANNUAL DEBATE Last Friday night nt 730 r a largo and eiitliiisinstic audience tilled thin Tabernacle to hear tho six earn let young men from Phi Delta nnd Alpha Zeta Literary Societies Inhale tho question Hiwolved that tho lila tory of trade unionism in tho United States for tho past twenty years tins shown a tendency detrimental to tho countrynllirmelby Your by year the interest and im portnnco of this annual contest has grown until in a largo measure it constitutes tho most exciting event of seasonOn preceding Friday the so duties and Humorous friends in Col loge nnd town blossomed forth in their respective colors of OmuJ16nta Block or Old Gold Good natural rivalry and speculation as to who would ho tho speakers not known until the appearance of plotformfiJleing in a grand display of colors flags pennants nUll other forms of showing tho owners sympathy on thin night of the debate As has been customary Alpha Zetn occupied the east anti Phi Delta tho west side of the house After prayer and n selec tion by the orchestra Chairman speakerforbard took the platform umid generous npplauso Mr Orninn Simpson first speaker for thin negative received u like ovation Then followed for Alpha Zeta Messrs Harry Kiunard and George Pow for lhi Delta Messrs Frank Livcngood and J Ie byMessrsDid space permit wo should like to present to our readers these six bytheirdebating material they hind and that menus tho host in the school To those who are advocates of an inter collegiate contest the goodshowing mode Friday night gives high hope of success In no previous debate has there been tho continuous hard work given to it ns in this one Not only the speakers but their societies ns n whole have exerted every effort in preliminary debates anti topical work in preparation of the question and hero lies the true value of tho whole matter To this was largely due the freedom from petty argument The speakers went to rock bottom nt once and tho mass of solid concise evidence pro and con held tho close attention of nil The general opinion freely expressed is that it was tho best and closest debate we have yet had While tho orchestra rendered n number tho three judges Prof L V Dodge Tutor Kumold nnd Dr IlUubell delivered their ballots to tho chairman At thin conclusion of the music intense silence reigned during the reading of tho ballots two for thin negative amid one for tho victorybrokeheard all over tin campus A noticeable feature huts been the gown feeling shown by both sides Do You Need a Dentist Dr B11 Daugherty will bo nt his office over C J Hanson C Cos store from Thursday Wednesday Teeth extracted and filled Crown and bridge work THE DEACONS BACKSLIDING i IIENHV ALLEN LA1NT lie wa deacon itrlrt devout Who for Unit office seemed rut out ehlllAillfarmit warm ellIUtTralllAndTIe deacon sail to his nlou Who like lulmM1I llvetl a busy lilt loinPromptBury a load of market stuff To change for groceries plug and muff To mix with tfierrowd and learn theneussAnd ocrailonalljr to swap hit Tie StateonWhile plowing along the sun crew hot clotThpn hllth 1I0b Toombs end rest goon on the porch In an easy chair airUpont wanted logo to town today stayAndwork sod hetldea twont hurt to mind Four wiv OmeUmtI llko to bOil rantgelthhgatorupJust std are so uldmstral andnoes sighLit thigh rdlndUkeeaeecaoandof shaydrasu sataarlsinrateAndgale saidThr11lie met them hall way down the walk And led them bark lu a pleasant talk daIbeenTo In knewliowviewi new soTheAcura It her each time the Mid SB take a iwlmmln in the heed beOhmlTofalllncowsunl hewouldwaySomespringShethingsThenlie reviewed tiro cbnreh its surrounding whole And his deep concern tor the tinner sons They eyed him closely from head to foot And Anally one this question put JIZrTlialVn yea you eee usually wait letstTo un the plow I must mate ham vlMlon seated by his tide wideButIf youll rxruw me I will go Where the boy are aad cull mm Jim And give the plowing to him tTYeaThe fact u bo7s hi Need plenty otair andexerciset Ills guests were silent a moment or 10 Then suddenly both rose up to go staynutMl iligaha church day opened clear And the crowds poured In far and near gigsCreakyBach one contributing its To the crowd of country loUt gathering there There blackdreuca women with specks and shawls Men homespun dressed and lu overalls Stood round In groiipt all talking low blowWhlcbOf Iligaht pillars one whod done So much to make her a tower of strength lentlhTheFor eleven u when tbe gavel tell sungFromprayerReponses delayOldWhen call war made for business new Rose up at once addressed the chair Mid deathly illenre everywhere sayThatAgainst a brother deacon here yearBeforeHigh In ills church and neighborhood Sir on last Sunday deacon Jones In the Hiund of ehureh bells solemn tone rayerAAboyTakeWhat goointention that the lad Through rellglouicoutletloui may have had plowliepewDeclared true preferAIr Twai seconded Are there remarks With eye ablare an Hashing sparks Old Deacon JonI prang to his feet UIi ilngtlug blood at fever heat And declared the charge was most absurd And the basest slander he ewer heard Then Ioke the pastor Tell us pre dayLonisday home And read my Bible ilr and soma elrllieywereWhal did you do on Saturday tleltt I plowed my con and these same met Will xrltnexi to the IMllhLI hope That soy good wile soup Well Monday then what did you 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the purple clovers climbing almost to a fellows knees And the great big oxeyed dallies are a nodding over tiers Where a blrtVs songs sort o mtln an a drlftln through the air Like a silveraided shallop on a tlnklln perfumed stream Flowing through the air above me soft and pleasant HI a dream And Im lying mongst tIN shadows an comfy as can be Then my memory contrary brings a dif ferent scene to mo Theo Im standing In a canyon with the hills on either ride Where wild spirits and unruly seems for ever to abde There are huge Titanic bowldtrs Ip the maddened torrents path And the hills above reecho with th thunders of Its wrath And the trees that lean above It drip with spray that It has flung In the madness of Us fury when It twist ed turned and swung With the fury of Its effort to escape Its bonds and flee To the flowerspangled nwvdows where the birds and blossoms be Its the passion of the torrent to escape Its bonds and go Where the world Is blossom bordered and lifes tide Is calm and stow While the dweller in the lowlands by the sleepy tinkling rills Longs forever for the battle of the torrent and the blue Rlsnff crag on crag above him till he seesS life all alone In a world some vast convulsion has caught up and overthrown li the wanderlust that prick us till our spirits long to range Like a woman searching searching hubby pockets after change- J V Lewis In Houston Post t The Iron- BrigadeA STORY OF THE ARMY 7THE POTOMAC I By GEN CHARLES KING Aitkn dNorma settrte Celoul- emetbtt Tort Frrlt Goffttgtit lint bj O W IMIlloghim Co CHAPTHER XII IN TUB TBETH OF THE BRIGADK Once more the BadgerHoosier bri gade was swinging away southwest ward For the sixth time In lees than a year tho men of the Black Hats at the head of column had picked their way over the stoneribbed pike saying pprobious things of Virginia path maters An impudent lot were these f lows in the imitation Koeautha Msiveioualy snappy and press in Ulll steady on parade enduring on be march and reasonably respectful ward their officer who were the nly ones in the division to don and habitually wear the fnlldree headgear X the regular service the rank and IIIP were blessed with not a little soldier skepticism as to the value or stability of other commands in and out of the brigade and a calmly critical attitude toward omens other than i ho e of their selection They had not been over well content with their rlRlual field and staff and for lack leaders of that ranks bad become ofI nhat split up at first Bull Run HR sturdily all the same by company 01 squad to the fag end and never no wing they were whipped when finally lerded ort the field Now however they bad men at their head olonel lieutenantcolonel and major by whom they positively swore and nn whose skill and valor they would have banked their last cent Yet with all their regard for those their hon ored leaders it must be owned the Black Hats gave them lots of trouble They would guy the lost of tho brigade and lord it generally over the whole Division only one other regiment of which had as yet faced the foe in tattle They had a curious defect of i islon when outside officers happened along and were forever being com plained of as failing to render honors whereat they wore heard on more than rne occasion unblushingly to declare rhey saw but didnt suppose the Itrang rs could be officers They were preternaturally keen sighted as gentries oward men of other regiments run ning guard or smuggling contraband fit war and were correspondingly blind when tho culprit was of their own complexion They were probably the best drilled and positively the worst bated regiment in the whole division and relished one distinction quite as much as the otherwhen they wore marching this third time on Manassas and the little West Pointer in saddle at their head thanked God that at last he had them whoro with work against a common foe there was possibility of keeping them out of mischief Centrevllle had been passed Bull Run recroseed and Brlstoo reached a point beyond their previous explo rations Then back had they to go to meet a threatened raid on their railway communications and that matter settled again they were trudg ing through the wellremembered wood roads when as a turn of the way brought their foremost company in full view of tho flue sweep of country off to the west the graytbearded colonel for the time com manding the brigade reined out totthe right for a look at his men Ms tall bornsoldier of an adjutanirode alongside the featured stocky little loader of the Black Hats pointed with his gaunt letted hand to the blue curtain of the Bull Run range and remarked Id give a good deal to know just wnat that fellow Jacksons doing behind bat screen today i Why sot asked OConnor shortly Shields licked him well at Kerns town Banks has turned his whole force back there Blenkers big divi sion has gone to reinforce them Why weve got enough men thoro to eat cm olive Jackson and all First catch your rabbit said th adjutant musingly Old Stonewall knows every footpath in tho valley every path through tho mountains hell trick Banks and Fremont sure your born colonel Then well have shy at him iMay the Lord grant It was th pious answer as tho colonel rtrtitent lay Thoroughfare Gap the boa ShonandoahIlater this same muchdiscussed and as yet littleknown Jackson was with such fatal affect to pour his columns on the union flank and rear It was a moist afternoon The men in tho marching column heavily bur dened with bulging 1napsack and SpringfieldIoff their hats and swept the coat sleeve over their dripping brows peer ing curiously at the old colonel sitting sturdily In saddle and watching array A grim smllo stole over theirIgrlMltd taco as his own battalion striding forth in the wake of Scoffing Second Then the kindly oyas cloudod with something like die pleasure at sight of a tall lanky civil la on a decrepit gray riding with tho lieutenantcolonel commanding He had seen the man before many a mile from the spot and more than a week away How came you here h asked as the civilian ambled out of th column and touched his worn hat brimMy place la Just over yahnduh colonel Phaps you down remember my comfy to you with a pass back o Fairfax and the tall stranger looked confidently Into ibf grlssldd sunburned face Been in to Alexan drla yo know for supplies Wagon went shoht cut by stone bridge Keenly studying the veterans faco he suddenly added Aint Col Bay ards cavalry out there Ask me no questions my friend and Ill tell you no lies Was tho wary answer Gen McDowells pas compels me to let you ride along with the column but doe nt require me to poet you as to our movements You know too much now to be traveling toward Jacksons people and have you shown that pull to the division commander Why it was be who got It for me answered the Virginian placidly It was I that took him Lieut Denton pistol and told him of his capture IIHEAKFAST WAS SPOILING Whats more Im speeting to get fur ther news ofthe lieutenant Why huh cornea the general now and f you dont mind colonel I reckon Ill ride with him a piece Grayboard glanced half angrily over his shoulder A few yards north of the road there was a barren little emi nence on the crest of which tbore had suddenly appeared tho division commander with two of his staff Un slinging their fioldglassea they seemed for a moment studying the westward lowlands then came trotting swiftly toward the column Colonel there are scattered parties of cavalry out there coming swift this why tooout north of DrlstoebeItween that and Galn dont seem to be watching the column either Send one regiment out along the Gainesville road as far as Bethle hem church and let thorn throw out skirmishers Halt thin rest of theIbrigade here Good afternoon MrIJennings ho continued In civil aeJknowledgment of tho Virginians sa lutation I thought yolk were home by this timeIGeneral said he coming alongI side I want to say one thing suh and Its thisthat young gentleman of your staff was so kind to Dr ChIlton that it completely staggered tho doctor to have him knocked down and captured Hes bound to take the best of cayuh of him till bos well enough to take cayuh of himself an then =Well and then Mr JenningsIasked the general was eager to get on aheadIYou look out for his turning up any If ho alnt exchanged Im betIin gomethln else will happen My understanding is that Dr Chll on has made himself personally re sponsible for Mr Bontons safekeep ng so long as hes allowed to remain with him Thats true I reckon answered Jennings Dot and here his lan tern jaws relaxed in whimsical grin the doctor aint the only brainy one in that family general The girl that lann d young Laduos escape from year fellows at Henry house may play it on Ewclla folks at CawdnaTllle Jut as oasy So you know Kwells at Gordon vllle said tho general whirling sud denly on the speaker And you know the lady who got Mr Ferguson Into youi fella out o oneyes suh answered Jennings un pins1a bad fixIoss Im mistaken Why Judgee o unitwere er when the war broke out and the judge hlhs own some ou cavalry might be puohln out toward hfopow ell tonight Alnt Col Bayard somewhere out that way Hullo Theres a shot Not one shot but two three In quick succession Somewhere ahead among the patches and thickets of scrub oak and pine the scattering advance guard had suddenly met swift galloping lads in gray Then came the distant sound of half a dozen shots carbines and the answering sputter of a ragged vol bugleIaway among tho trees until out of sight ahead and then his powerful voice cams ringing back This way QulcklI some of the quarry and closer at hand those ahead along the roadway fo shotstheeweapon sauc pop of a revolver somewhere among the thickets to the left of the column then a shrill burst of cheers from the deploying blue coats on the westward flank All of a sudden through tho bushes tumbled a little squad of troop ore in gray making heroic effort to carry off a helpless comrade The gen oral and his aides had spurred In with the skirmishers and were just In time to see two riderlees horses paring away among the trees across an open glade while half a dozen daring de voted fellows In saddle wero stoutly in terposing between the forward rush of the excited Badgers and three of their number surrounding and supporting a tall officer who had been lifted sideways to the back of a plunging steed Halt Halt Dismount Surrender rang the hoarse shouts of the down bluecoals dashing in pur suit Bang Bang came the defiant response of the few defenders Bang Bang bellowed a brace of Springfield In reply Dont shoot Hold your fire yelled the general Dont toot Dont shoot echoed the staff for the luckless cavalier reeling In his seat went sliding into the arm of life loyal followers while the devil of a horse whirled round fudging Itobrettitwith you Off with you r cried the pursuers officer and man as another terrified hone tore wildly neighing In chase of the foremost It was a desperate effort on part of the graft Their comrade troopers were too far off to help them even could they drive through the stout skirmish line already far flung across the field beyond With a last wave of his white band the officer seemed ordering his de fenders to save themselves and those in saddle with parting shots and defiant yells one of them oven hurling In rago his emptied revolver at the tall adjutant the foremost man In the rush darted away bonding low over toe streaming manes with the bullets of halfa score of Springfield whiz- zIng past their oars The adjutant was off his big raw boned bay In an instant and betiding over the fainting man unscrewed tho cap of his flask and held it to the pale lips beneath the sweeping mustache HA major hey he raid as he noted the brilliant braids of gold lace on the handsome uniform frock What Is a major doing out here with only a squad of you boys Is ho wounded askod the chief as he glanced at the two silent strip- lings In gray One of them faced the commander Horse fell suh rolled on him broke his leg said he with a salute that told unerringly of soldier teach ing so too did the speakers pose Instinctively ho was standing at atten tion He know the rank betrayed by that yellow sash Give this young gentleman a sip From your flask Haskell I fear hes Why my lad youre wound Look to him some of you cried the general for the boy had grown ashon palo and was reeling when strong arms caught and lowered him Sure general Hes shot through the breast said a boarded soldier tearing aside the troopers jacket and displaying a bloodwet shirt boneath And wouldnt show It answered the general Thats tho way with them Send for a surgeon captain And then the general too was off his horse and bending over the stricken lad Do you know his namn and home he asked of tho palefaced young Virginian standing trembling bit with excitement beside him TheI lad flushed looked distressed embarrassed but seemed to believe It his soldier duty to give no information whatever to the enemy It was Jennings who spoke his voice breaking harshly somehow on the silence of the surrounding group as he elbowed way through the curious circle and caught sight of the swooning boy I Know him general lies one of our best sub and now Jennings too had thrown himself upon his kneas Its Floyd Pelham Btih of Charlotte vlllo Itll break hits mothers heaht suh If hes lone for Tho wail in tho Virginlanj voice rented ta c tclr thin car and rouse the faculties ui he reviving officer J Whos thatdone fort he faintly asked Not Floyd Pelham And bracing his hands upon the turf he struggled to a sitting posture while Jennings sprang to his feet pod stared MaJ Ixninsberry Good God sub you wounded toot Why rei no Idea =No Idea I suppose interposed the major with cutting sarcastic cm phasls that your friends tho Chll tons had turned that Yankee Mouton ant loose Well you neednt rejoice gentlemen weve got him again and right In the teeth of his own brlgndol CHAPTER XIII J R1PlD1LrLong as ho live Fred Benton will never forget that night rldo from tho Chilians and the thrilling days that followed Something heaved up through the dim starlight and lightly tapped against the clapboards below flue sill arid something black came swarming up the other something Pump again and Pomp chuckled at sound of Bontons whispered hall Weve got a ladder dls tlmo sub Didnt doss try It befo wld dem sojus at de bahn and by ladder not by lightning rod was the descent accom plished Dusky hands helped the crip plod soldier Into saddle Dusky hands waved him goodby and loaf luck Then Benton gave himself unques perlIOUI tileIhaMadryetyDentoo recognised the voice of Dusky Dan and stood accordingly They forded somewhere toward two oclock a little branch a tributary of the rush Ing Rlvanaa and were still heeding westward when Freds darker guide left him with botl horses at the edge of a grove white he went forward afoot and reconnoitered Presently he came back rejolceful Dey alnt a soul a lookln out fo de bridge sub Deys all over Gcwdnsvllle way We save nigh onto five miles hynh so led on again the hoofbeata andI ing hollow on the planking of tdd lime true across a swift 110mI ant mountain stream running bank full and far and near wld Dan tin fordable Still on through whispering awes of rarest tree through squashy croaaconntry bridle paths far from pike or toll road until at dawn old Daniel led his soldier charge from the beaten track and turning aquar to the left began a tortuous climb that brought them presently to two little cabins Here white Benton was roads comfortable In bis blanket Dan held convene with other unseen occtjpniito giving explkHt direction faintly an dlble in the bias of frying bares and the bubble of boiling coffee Denton heard vaguely drowsily the words Swift Ilun Gap Snemrvtlle Ohtmna Hedcman river and when be roused himself la response to vigorous 71 regretful prodding he knew not how long thereafter a new votes on Ills sleepy sense s aoandedI dlan bent over him In the negro with wrinkled face and 11111I white kinky hair but a world of sym pathy and Interest In his eoraol eyes Maratuhs breakfast WM spoiling and It was Unto that they were moving Whore was Daniel Daniel had to go back to lane Chlltons Miss Rosalie dono fixed all dit- To Be Continued t rrrant IrninA woman In Baltimore recently ost two servants the same day Rnmem boring a girl whom a friend hid rec ommended a message was sent to her by the Baltimore woman Tfte girl Immediately replied to tho message In person and wax engaged on iho spot When she was asked whether she could at once enter span the discharge of the duties of her now place she replied that she could do so at the sumo tlmo itffllcaUng her bag In the ball I fetched It along mem said she as I thought mebbe youd want me right away A weeks trial proved the girl to be satisfactory It was then that the mistress Inquired Maggie do your people know where you areNo mum was the answer Ye see I came here at ones Wont they worry about you not knowing whore you areY Well mum said the girl Mr Clancy might be a trifle anxious mum Thats ray husband mum N Y Herald True Conicillnu IA man of the piece was Indulging in a bit of horseplay on the stage when ho struck his head violently entirely by accident against one of the pillars of tho scone On hearing tho thud every one uttered a cry No great harm done said the comedian Just hand me a napkin a glass of water and a saltcellar Those wero brought and he sat down folded tho napkin In the form of a bandage dipped It in the glass and emptied the saltcellar on the wet part Hav- Ing thus prepared a compress accord- Ing to prescription and when everyone expected he would apply It to hit forehead ho gravely roso and tied It round tho pillar TitBits Mutual A man with a painful expression ol countenance sat oh a public seat Arc you III some one asked No have you lost anything Never hail anything to lose What the matter than Im sitting on a wasp Why dont you get tip That was my first impulse but I began to think that I was hurting the wasp ax badlv us ho Va hurt mo and I onHu cd to sit hcrv a whilo binlUs Wily 8ROKfN ENGAGEMENT WHAT CAUSES GIRLS AND MEN TO BREAK TROTH The Long Engagements Some Girls Tire of Lovers Delay A Visit at the Home of the Intended Often Brings TroubleSome Girls Short- Sighted and Selfish The Ocean Steamer Engagement Copyright 1M by Joseph U nowles The reason why engagements are broken judging from those which have como under the writers observa tion can be mostly classified under a few heads To llliMtrato by a few ox ampo An attachment irrnnB up between two young people who seemed well adapted to each other and presently their formal ongngomont was an nounced Congratulations poured In The young person received thorn smilingly and said It will be some time before we are married It Is go Ing to be a long engagement In the first Instance which was men tioned the engagement lasted for four years Then the girt who was living at home with her parents In modest herMoversman He was not the equal of the ant- one and she was never really hap PT This case represents a large claw The only remedy wo can suggest ts that the rattler should remain an absolute secret until a few months before a wedding can be announced S e la another case which looked bright 4t Int the girt was away front hone and her lover had ewer seen lea peat They were flaln people sled lived In a plain way and when he paid kwerwaIt has bees said that It you really wish to break up an engagement you can do It Uteri surely than In any ofIeIcoM15douaRUnt little things will go wrong sad N disadvantage at which everything Is likely to show theeo form an almost fatal combination Some variation of this sot of true Me represents another large class of breaker on which the embryo skip of matrimony coree to wreck and ruts In this ease the only remedy would wean to he to know pretty well the family of the beloved o If pos atble before Ute Asl word has been said e e e A third daM of troubles arise from a leek of Imagination Thus a delicately reared trirthe heiress to a great fortune hen me engaged to a charming young flow who had pledged his life to the cause of for eign mlaafcma Her parents were consecrated peo ple who consented that their daughter should give her life to the heathen But ae the wedding day drew near and the girl began to realise what she was about to do she faltered She heard weird tales of Ue terrors of her future career of the loneliness of the difficulty of mastering a bar barons dialect hut love was not quite strong enough to support her under the prospect and with the wedding day all but set she broke the engagement The young man ought to have been delighted to have been freed from such a weakling but ho was not He vra heartbroken It la scld that any man ean recover In six months from a disappointment la low but there are many exceptions Thus a third daaa of eases may be said to be those In which the eircHm stances of the young nun are not ap preciated by the girl until she has come non fully tare to face with them than was poMlble In the very dawn of their love Poverty and other stringencies of a similar sort belong under this hoad As for n remedy what can be atiggarted unless that every effort should bo mode to picture to each of the Interested parties the condition which will follow under the plans already made e e Perhaps another elaM may be called the ocean Moamer engagement The writer has personally known soy oral of this kind which melted Into thin air as soon as the prosaic shore was reached There Hem to be something about the environment of the ocean and tho appointments of a tteomshlp and the negligee In which most of the pas sengers appear which alters the val ties of men and women Thus ono young woman who was going to Paris on purpose to purchase her marriage trousseau fell In love with one of the oflkera of the steam er on which she went over wrote homo to her dlatrated lover that her heart was now given to another bought her trousseau with the Intention of wedding the officer came homo and brought him with her did not like his appearance in plain clothes and away from his ship told him that alto had made a mistake and finally married her first love and put her trousseau to Its original use One Is driven to the irresistible con clusion that until It la nearly time for tho wedding and until all these various roofs and the many others whlah must bo crowed before an ongaijement can bo roekonud as cure until thon as little should said about It as possible beI RIIplies A KNITTED STRINGBAG A Handy Affair to Have About and Also a Rather Effective Bit of Decoration Materials Four needle No 11 and two balls lustiino one orange one black Cast on in orange 24 stitches on each of three needles First round Plain knitting Sccont round Knit 8 male by putting thrrau over needle slip 1 knit 2 together pace the slipped stitch over make and re peat front all round laird round Plalnknttllng Fourth round Make 1slip knit 2 together pats the slipped attiover and make knit 3 and repent o end Fifth round Ilain knitting Re post round 3 2 4 and tjwlce more but work the last plain runnd In black In the black work the 4 pattern rounds throe times but the last plain round in A CONVBNIBMT ARTICUC orange Work the 4 pMt rounds m ornnre leer Umee the lat plain round in black In blank the 4 patient rounds twir one la orange twice In black I time In orange then 4 plain rounds f knitting In Mark Make a round of holes them flake thy putting thread over kilt 3 together and repeat all round Knit 4 plain rounds apt off Work with orsnse one roumi t crochet edging thus 4 treble role double crochet err I and rcpl nom- e all round liar a piece of thick per wire in the hole and fasten thenrsI- nto a circle then tie a ribbon on either side and hang the stringbaa In a useful cnraer or on the handle ofen our table NEAT HAND MADE COLLAR Filet Met Used far This Dainty Piece of Lingerie and the Stttobea Are Very 84nple Of the many new things m collars none is prettier than those mid or filet net one of which Ic here Illiutiate4 says a woman writer In the Orange Judd Farmer A strip three lavbee wide 11 rake live collars for a 13 or 1I1ul1 seek and the cotton to work It 1 in II four threaded Ilk darning totd n but Is mercerized le the lour tlr at Olxe and till the eyusrs b vrnrlii around each nr tw ic When using a VOIINKR fiE TION OF COLLAR four threaded cotton great care must be taken in fastening ends At the beglMalMK of sack needleful run the threads through several of the squares to be filled and work over them At the end run the threads beck through seven square Sometimes a heavy twocorded mercerized cotton le used- end In the same way Begin to work eight square from the side and 23 squares from the bottom The pattern speaks for Itself Repeal the scallops until there are 12 aero counting those In the corner Turn the hew so there will be four squares below tho pattern and work over the second ones from the edge u shown In the cut Sfwen- a hand and It Is ready to weir Over a ribbon stock with a bow In front It Is very effective or worn with a large brooch FASHIONS FRILLS MeMallno peau do solo and mcpp dt chine are tho silk fabrics most in use Lot separate waists Brocaded alike make the most effect lye tea gowns and require only a little lace for trimming Tho latest automobile veil Is of elM ton three yards long and fitted up with a fine steel band to slip on tho crown ol the lint The fichu trimmed waist will bea leader for the coming season in cotton and other fabrics Fitted coat suits with vest effects will be prominent In the spring Blue brown butter yellow and cham paKno supplemented by green are till colors that prcevaJl In the advance mi Ilnery shows Fancy mohair according to the prophets will attain to considerable vogue next spring and summer Combinations of two materials are ap proved by fashionable mediates A novel fancy Is to line the broad brim IlrerorablyI placed on the modish list EX rtdlnsy pretty designs aro seen lu collar Hid cuff sots ol laws and lug THE CITIZEN no j The OnePrice dash More DRUGS Clean pure and fresh Prescriptions a Specialty Toilet Articles We carry a most complete lino of toilet articles perfumes soaps ate Glassware vn hmo something nico for you in too pfoco dinner sots and 56piccc tea set HHtHHlHIH I I I I I IIH The School JOin WIRT D1HSMORB Editor oJ I J JI I I I I MIMHHfr Lincoln at a Boy The host thing that mn to Hail boyhoxlINMost of the boyfl time wean spent in rough farm work first for his fatlior thenifor the various moo to whom ho hired as farm haul HP loved plnytimowhon ho could Inlwhnlororversion WBH to gather lain playmates about a Httimp in thu woods thou muted it and preach and shout at thorn till thuy were carried away either by laughter or tears Ills stray bits of schooling ho made tho most of but did not limit his study to these periods Isis reading was constant und was accomplished by gathering spice wood brush and burning Iint night to got light to read by imaginationhe When ho was only seven there came the trip from Kentucky to Indiana whithor tho family lad boon tempted to move Life in a pioneer settlement was n constant excitement Ho slept for instance on a heap of dry leaves in a corner of the loft and took his turn at ditching fish and game for the table Often however potatoes worn tho only food tho family had at hand His dtlss likewise would now bo const1Oredastonishing consisting as trousers of roughly tanned deerskin homemade moccasins for shoes and a coonskin cap His shirt wits homo wovon When only ten years old Abraham rnmllyincomeday by doing a lingo tango of chores for tho neighbors such ns taking care of the horses chopping wool doing carpenter jobs carrying water and tending tho baby Washington was the hero of Lin colns boyhood and Wcema life of Washington was ono of tho few books tlio boy was ablo to procure and read thoroughly The others thoy mako n good listworo the Bible Aesops Fables Robinson Crusoe Pilgrims Progress a History of the United States and the Statutes of Indiana The boys two conspicuous gifts writing nnd spccchmaking were Keeps what you want every ff thing nice fresh and uptodate F FAIL To get our prices before you buy we will save you money- We y dont charge you for loses because we dont have any WHY we sell for Cash I early recognized He became a of backwoods orator and was himself so interested in speechmak ing that ho often walk l fifteen miles to attend court Ho hada facility in writing not only prose but poetry An to his virtue thorn could bo no bettor testimony than that given by his stepmother who said Abo was a good boy and never gave mo a DOOM word or look and never refused in fact or appearance to do anything that I requested him Ills mind and mine what little I had Beamed to run together Ho was n dutiful 6Qii to me always I think ho loved me truly I had a son John who was raisedwith Abo Both were good boys but I must say both now being dead that Abu was the best boy I over saw or expect to see dI dII111hfllI II I I HIIIII The Farm SILAS CHBBVBH MASON JMltOI I I I I I I I I I I r I I I II I I I II I I FOR FARMERS WIVES METHODS IN FAMILY FINANCE If tho happiness and well being of tho homo circle is influenced by ono thing more than another it is by a thorough business understanding all around whore financial matters are concerned It should go without saying that tho father nnd mother should be as careful and exact in money dealings with each other and with their children as business part nuns are supposed to bo Nobody questions but that a business firm would go to pieces if it wero not run on such n basis No matter how small the laconic ouch member who is of a qualified ago should have a certain sum or have tho opportunity of earning a certain sum of money to spend as ho or she pleases and no questions asked If it is but a small amount it menus n good deal to own outright just that much income By this method tho mom hors or tho family will acquire an insight into natters of finance and thrift which they would never gain by being constantly dependent on another to manage their affairs for them Fruit on the Farm The absence of fruit or nt least a variety of fruit on many farms is a recognised and deplorable tact ami no doubt this state of affairs is duo to lack of time of the average farmer to combat successfully the numerous fungus diseases and insect posts which make fruit growing so difficult But unless tint farmer raises his own fruit ho usually goon without it and if ho is too busy with tho rush of spring work to givo it the necessary attention his helpmeet should come to his assistance and attend to tho matter herself Our Slate experiment stations make tho pathway plain and easy nnd it takes nojnoro timo to road up on fungus diseases and insect pests than to study out an intricate patters of Battouburg or toread tho latest novel and it is far more interesting A spray calendar may bo had for the asking and when ono becomes familiar with tho subject a little reviewing each spring is all that is necessary Tho numerous spray pumps on tho market mako tho work so easy that a child could spray small fruits and trees like the cherry plum and quince A PIlI11Ithntcosts 3 or less bring Improvedhealth The Mnnx foniKumic Manx to claimed to be tho best tongue for courting as it has ninety scroll ways in which to say My dear safe Chloroform At nn ImiueHt recently the anncsthct 1st fur one of the large London hos pitals stnted that he timid administered chloroform to between 3000 and 4000 patients unit only one hurt died under the Influence Hniiiln nt llir Dmerti It is supposed that the average depth of the sand In the deserts of Africa U from thirty to forty feet College Fudge 1ut into a pan one pound of brown sugar one teacupful of milk one ounce of butter two ounces of grated un sweetened chocolate Boll for fifteen minutes then add ono teaspoonful of vanilla extract and pour at once into buttered tins Mark into small squares before It lioness Forty Odd Word Forty words in the English language are spelled the same forward and buck ward Tulip The origin of tho names of plants Is often curious If nut quaint Tulip comes from a Persian word moaning turban and having reference to time shape of time flower A French Market Cuiloin In France a man or woman who goes to market on the day of time saint whoso nauio ho or she bears receives n bouquet of cut flowers or a pot of trn grant roses or graceful lilies attrac tively dressed In their still white paper collaret r Ire OVeiisea Soil impoverished soil like impov riHliwl Wood needs a proper tVrtiliwr A chemist by analyz ing the soil run toll you what fertilizer to use for different products If 3Qur blood is impoverished yiitir doctor will tell you what you need to fertilize it and give it I ho rich red corpuscles that are lacking in it It may be you need a tonic but moro likely you need a concentrated fat food nail fat is the element lacking in your sysloiu- Thoro is no fat food that is so easily digested and assimi lated a- sScotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It will nourish and strengthen the body when milk and cream foil to do it Scotts Emulsion is always the snore always palatable amid always beneficial whore the body is wasting from anyM cause either in children or adults tVc will send you a sample tree lItotntuInbrl in on tIll rapper of every bottle of rinul Kiuii you bud SCOTT BOWHE- CllKMlSTS 09PeailSjewYort floe and 100 All Druggists C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night and day Telephone No4 Berea Ky GROCERIES They are always fresh the cheap = est and delivered promptly at all hoursFresh Oysters Direct from Baltimore every Friday and Saturday Dont fail to come in when you need anything in that line EAST END DRUG COMPANY Berea countryblonds DONT Because HardwareI Ky 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the genuine J L Tucker editor of the flnnnon Izer Oonre Ala write I have used DnWitta Witch IInzsl Salvn in my family for Piles cuts and burns It is the best salve on the market Every family should keep it on hand Sold by the Bant End Drug Co and all Medicine Dealers Williams fc better prepar ed tban ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPAR1NG promptly Clean tog and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Vain Street Beroa KY Strlkos Hidden Rocks Whfn your ship of health strikes ConlumptiolPupumollia dont Jet help from Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption J W SwingsAlaPneumonia under thcarA of two doctors but was getting no better ragsNewrelief and O o boats cured me Sure cure forlorn throat bronchitis couch and colds Guarantee at EBH End Drug Co price COc and 1100 TriaJ bottle free flsatteasteWuhe of TabernaclesSun- day School Lesson lor Mar 5 1905 Specialty Prepared fcc This Paper LESSON TKXT J fcn 73719 Memory Verse 37 Read entire chapter GOLDEN TBXTNever man peke like thl mAn John 74 TIME October A D O at the Feast of Tabernacle About alx months after last Sundays lesson It wet towards the close ot Jesus third year of ministry and about six months before Ills crucifixion VLACK Jerusalem In the court of the temple NOTR Peyton In his Memorabilia of Jcnus calla this chapter A Drama a Tragedy In Seven Act In which seven characters play their parts Prof Dod entitle It Jeaus Discussed In Jerusalem also In seven parts This was the first serious development of opposition record ed by Joh- nscnIPTtRE nEFEnBNCKS Water of Life Pea 32 4213 461 Ina lid 361 7 4117 IS 443 K1X 1013 Sack 3626 4712 Matt S John 410 Rev 221 The Holy Spirit nymbollced by water ProT 4S8 Jbek66 27 Jool 2 83 Zech 148 Luko 1113 John 4H737 1416 1613 Acts 214 1618 1044 U Help on the Golden Text lIa 113 6113 Mutt 729 U44 Luke 217 411 ueblComment and Suggestive The Feast of Tabernacles This one of the three annual religious festivals of the Jews was celebrated for a week In the month of Tlsrl which corre sponds with our September or It was to commemorate the OctoberIof the Israelites in tents wilderness wandering and made of branches of trees were erected everywhere In Jerusalemon the housetops in open courts and public squares In these all the people save those who were ill or very aged lived during the festival season enjoying all the merriment of a prolonged picnic It was a harvest home and thanksgiv ing celebration combined Many sacri fices were offered On each of tho seven days the priests accompanied by a choir of Levite with trumpets and cymbals went In the morning to draw water in a golden pitcher from the Pool of Slloam Amid the blast trumpets and the shouts and ofI of tho multitude this was carried the temple and poured out before altar lute a sliver basin fig earn memorated the water lowing from the rock Rx 17 6 and typified the prom ised outpouring of the Holy Spirit On the elgth day the booths were broken up and the people prepared to return home This was however reckoned as a part or the feast and special taeri Aces were offered V 17 Jesus stood Probably in Solomons porch overlooking the temple courts whence he wltueeaed the great proeeseton of pUcrims In holiday attire coming to the mcrfldal ervice And cried At a pause In the services his clear voice rang out In the hearing of the great multitude V 18 MHe that believoth He then goes on to explain what Come unto me means To come to Jeeua Is to believe on Him not merely to believe what one has read or heard about Him but to entrust ones heart and life to Him to accept lila love and give Him our love thus corning Into sympathy with Him and participating In His life which is eternal life As the Scripture bath said etc No dl rect quotation from Old Testament writings Is given but such passages as lea 58 11 Joel 3 18 Zech 14 8 are alluded to Out of his belly Better in Rev Ver from within hlmtbat Is from his heart and through his life Rivers of living water Jesus alone is tho source of living lifegiving waters His dud pIes are channels through which title flows to olhersIV 39 now explains what Jesus meant John lived and wrote after the age of the Holy Spirit had begun hail himself been one of those who upon that nota ble Day of Pontacost of which wo rood In Acts 2 had received the Holy Spirit lu abundant measure V 40 This saying This gracious Invitation which Jesus had rhen- This Is the Prophet The one prom ised in Deut 18 I5j lit v V 41 This Is the Christ Argil Ing doubtless as before v 91 that none could do moro beneficial works or speak more gracious words or show more clearly that he was a representa lye of God Until did this Jea 4is of NazarethV Would have token Him Wished to have Jesus arrcslod As on JOIIUIIHim Luke 4 29 36 John 8 60 lieI now no one touched Him IV 40 Never man spake like this IholrIitranleIMCU liar force they felt All through His life It had been noted of Jesuit words that they were authoritative end time differed from those of the recognised tesehers of the day that thoy worn winning gracious evidently worn the words of ubd and just such words as human hearts were hungry for Practical Points V 38 God blesses us not for our selves alone but to make us blessings to others I will bless thee and mnlie thy name great and thou shall be a blessing Gen 12 VH Not without the Heavenly fathers permission can host UP hands be laid upon any child of God No weapon that In formed against thee shall prosperlea 6417- V 46 Let the peculiar purity and grace of our conversation convince all bearers that wo are Chrlane Only let your ronversotlon be as It bvcom lIb the Gospel tft ChrlsfPhll ir 27 Insanity Is Essentially Rooted in Heredity- By DR EDWARD C SPITZK Inwnlty Export 1THIN the last 15 years insanity has not iiiTeased in Eng land Its increase in Germany anti France is too slight to enable us to build any positive conclusioju on it Today there is a decided increase in the United States but time question comes in here is that increase tine to more careful registration and the larger proportion of the insane who today arc sent to asylums but were formerly cared for otherwise This slakes an apparent increase of whose real dimen sions we have no way of judging I find that the change in type of insanijy of a tcrtaintlass is due to the fact that the constitutional disease which underlies it is more thoroughly treated in tho beginning than it formerly was The consequence is that when it does affect the nervous system it is in a more insidious manner Its operation is not recognized and if any accidental factor such as overstrain business cntnstrophe or acute illness is followed by manifest insanity the latter is attributed to the accidental factor In this way many of the elements of urban life have come to be regarded as causes of insanity indirectly One great difference between the city and country is that in small localities of a limited population where mnrringes occur for generations within the same stock any defects in the population become in tensified and degeneration is established There is no hanger of thia in cities IItis true that the defective classes of Uuro e jranred into our seaports have helped to swell our figures on insanity chiefly in the towns and villages in the eastern part of the United States But far more dangerous and of more radical importance is the increase of idiots and imbeciles These arc not imported they are born here and the question of their increase is traced to the consanguineous marriages of which I have spoken and the stagnation of population in small com munities As to the entices of insanity statistics tell us intemperance is the cause of onefourth Onefifth is due to constitutional disease one twentieth to catastrophes of life and for the balance the fundamental lkiuse is heredity either direct or indirect The impression which the figures give us is of an increase which is however getting less and less and in some districts has actually shown a tendency the other way New York state i a had field for study because the adjacent states make it their dumping ground and Europe pours in upon it hordes ot its weakminded people The actaul work of city life its friction its nervous strain is never a cause of in sanity It is worry The thlte Ws are the most potent factors in the cause of insanity One is wilM one i wgHTy and the miler we will leave to the imagination Insanity it essentially rooted in heredity Accessory causes arc seldom alone responsible for it unless thare of a constitutional lure WIlt Wrri iii- Rrtiintn iurrritj Dy fORMER PReSIDENT GROVEIl CLEVELAND As we 1W the un ni li for vcalth and trade ads adages we are apt to pier mlrancr to the fear that patriotism and goat citizenship are left behind in the race We do not always see through the duet and turmoil that the in + truallen tality of civic righteousness is still holding its own We hear the din and shouting of money getting and we are not always certain that in the midst of it all the steady voice of conscience is pleading for better things conscious of the immense responsibilityA 1 a serious miadeti people resting upon us in the solution of the problem of popular rule we shouhl be A reverent peojdc not merely by lip servcc but ruggnil strongly reverent This is not to say we should be a sad awl gloomy people On the contrary with frcejjistiUititm awl wiMt equality of rights and oppor tunities which no other country offers we should be the inosi ciieerful and lighthearted people in the world In the complex jremlknuliips American life not one of us can live and livtfilmiuilly to himself alone Ctosilbia interests change conditions and often wrong judgment or prejudice brings us all at times face to face with disputes and controversies It is absolutely certain tlufi in every cue there is omewlure irorc or less easy of discovery a factor of morality and of justice and fair ilealing which when found should solve time trouble It is in every way disappointing to see civilized men as well as civilized nations ct4ding the moral considerations involved in a controversy and taking counsel of passion and greed There is one effect and constant preventive against such danger and that is the sincere accept ance as guidance to national behavior of the honor the love of peace the devotion to justice and truth the forbearance and inviolable good faith which grow out of genuine civilization and Christian spirit Xo stream runs higher than its source and a government by the people will be no hitter than the people make it The Unsuccessful Life and Its Cause LAMBERTI precrdenttui1rerican That the concluding chapter in many lives is tilled with disappoint ment causing them with shaded brow to murmur If I hall my over Jor time false conclusion that an irony of fate a cynical mockery maps out our careers from the be ginning The failure to recognize the importance of a proper equipment educational professional etc is responsible for the hampered unsuccessful life A failure to cultivate time virtues of love kindness forbearance in the home is responsible for the 10000 desolate firesides and the appalling records of our divorce courts Man is the architect of his own fortune seated on the throne of each individual life is a reg nant power associated with which may be supplementary agencies which shall make for his ultimate peace of mind happiness and con tentment a successful and brilliant carder or forces which stake for his undoing misery unhappiness and ignominious failure Not an irony of talc but a supreme will power is the determining factor inhuman experience BACHELORS ARE TRAPPED Girls Matrimonial Club in Belgium Invite Eliglbles to Their Feast The spinsters of tho Belgian town of KcauMlnos have In their way done more for the cause of womens rights than has been effected by parliament ary legislation for years past lu that kingdom Why argued these ClllngI women In a countrty like where men are in a minority should not feminine privileges hitherto con fined to leap year be extended to every year of grate llolng of a practical turn of mind says the New York Tribune those mar riageable young women proceeded n few months ago to organise a matri monial club of members Once duly constituted the question remained as to the boat means to attract desirable suit ors After much discussion the would be matrons of Kcausslnea came to the conclusion that In a land of legendary soot living like Belgium a banquet would be the most likely way of ap peeling to the male youth of Ute ills trict Invitations wore therefore promptly Issued by the president to the girls club to 00 eligible young men to an openair feast In the gardens of the elute keno Shortly before four oclock In the afternoon of the appointed day the boehtkirs began to arrive some la aa tomoWlM others In carriages atilt oUt ers ON bicycles By four the hour flied for the tenet M bachelors laud assem bled Whereupon the club proMilont with no show of embarrassment wel comed tile ettelWea with a sort but humorous speech The president then set the feast going by selecting a partner from among the bachelors and conducting him to one ot the ten tables prepared for the spread line example was Immediate ly followed by aU the member of the slab aod In a few minutes the M JH fees had their Romeo beside trim Perfect decorate prevailed thretttk oat the HRbnw feast otwUhMnnfluR the abeeM ot ehnperaM to reprove aajrthlas IH the shape of sidelong looks of loft The snoeeee of tIN btelMlor KtrW revtore however May he judged by Ow fact that 14 wedding reevlted from tIN beaeuet An opnlr ball brought the festivi ties to a close this dance being per ticularly Intended to give baneful suit on full opportunity to chaos their life periners As a otter of fart It 11Ioa conveyed by the dab president Although the prlSM Mover In orggB Islng the dub the president Hd aol find her better half t thus ears baovnet the enceeee of the Bo Mttetnee bachelor glrle venture has proved inch however that the club he now irea organised M a permnnt basis the J4 departing Members Min duly re placed by new recruits H rafter consequently the Rcauavioea banquet will become an annual rIThe reputation of l1club tits DOW bloom widespread sad since ttte hold leg of the banquet the club damsels have received Many letters from bache hare Ml over IDareps asking for hwl UtloM to peat years fast TN want on of sVanselnee are pwever noth lag If not petribtie and are opposed to International matrimonial alliances their list of larDed purees for the cost lag banquet will therefore It to de cured be eogflned strictly to their ewn C08I1ll7l11eI nefghbjrkoad I4vemtri Malt tit 81doWse whareVy M sea amac Itlmiajf without aastofcyiae and eon else obtalg g eerttlM BRHMHI of Intellectual exercise lie rents Hoary James latest novels and keeps a bridge marker meantime If Mr Jams hat a sentence which he tin aaretnnds he gives a mark to hlmrelf If on the eoHtrttry lie meets a whWi beats him be glrea a ItJntenetI ry James So far the game has been go lag on a couple of weeks and henry James Is tar ahead of him admirer but of retinue the UUIte racy be turned when tho contest Is concluded The process Is tedious ewMMh tnoe In justice every tcnUnc has to be analyzed but the In valid declares that It Is a capital exer elM and be is fecororn Jlng It to his frlllftdLhi119oII now Muscle Works Dr dowers compare a contracting muscle to a gas engine In the muscle before It contracts the atoms are hold Vheilbroaden and the whole muscle eon tracts We do not know how this concentra ion of the energy released Is effected but we can see Its analogy when oath gas mixed with air Is exploded In the cylin der of a gas engine Tho spark there furnishes tho stimulus which produces atomic change The materials combtn hag in this chemical reaction are finally used up and no more contractions can be secured until the muscle has rested and collected a now supply of luolN Y Globe Gag Illuminated Cavern Acetylene Is used by the guides as a means of Illuminating the Colossal cav era near Louisville Ky tho step hav ing been regarded as necessary to pro vent the ruin of tne various Bpoclmonf which wore becoming very much dls colored by tho soot from tho lard ot hand lamps which have been In oat heretofore A small hand outfit Is cat tied by tho guido and while it Is no sufficient for a full trip through th cavern the guide carries an extra BUI ply of the fuel with him and rosbarge during the trip DANGER IN TILE WINE CUP Look not upon the wine when It In rwl within the cup Stay not for i lM ure when the One Her tempting beaker upl Though riser Ito tltptlu and rich Itt glow A spell or mnOroM lurks blew Then Jack the brimming sup aside And n4ll Its urge wino Take not Its mnitiMM le thY 11- Plet not IU rural be tblno Tit rat slid richbut grief and Are hid those toll y dopih belew N P WllllM in Notional Advoeate THE MODERATE DRINKER A Dlscuitlon as to Whether AlcoheUc Indulgence Shortens Life Drunhennea Is unlvemllv yea demned and all eonecdo that the drankanls hoalllt suffers nUll lite Ule M gUftrtansd by his anoMie But when seeking to persuade mm to alt stain entirely from alsoholle bover ngea we urge that their habllual uw le Injurious even In quantities IU small ie na not to produce Intoxication our po sition le queetlon d by many Wh n we quote the testimony of eminent si euUflc then as to the ultimate banetta offsets even of moderate drinking oa the various vital organs an answer Sa often made which to many at Ant view seem quite conriualve It Is to this effect Whatever the tlootofn may ray we cart plat you to It wan over gO years of nne who has atwnjw taken his dally drew Ot atone to thovghtfvl minds the fnlhicy lu this amw r will he HMnlfMt A psnrei lashes that shad have any value mess be mad fray nramtMS much tiara sac tensive OwM reliable rtaUettc he nrodtsred showing tM eomnrnUv KmgmrHr of a great Hmhr at total ahetalMra and of modem aVtaher tile eottrlnateN from each would be iNoaetteatahle tlla tleishall taeh vital statistics We The osmium of InvMlgatlo vhktt we Gave been long but Vainly aehtn from the United States emgreaa might have lone such work Wire say has ftnncf agency to attempt the leak Curt 1II0II1d of ours he made toll rout their report on the ground 01 allegei inlaltty Most tiearitly therefore will tM triad 4 tepraa welcome the announr nest Hurt this tsspnrtaut raveetlgalloa has Mea nMrfr said the results pablUhd by one ui the great life aasurana sodttlaa ot Greet aV we vct York lap UrltahLtHow Abatlneuee Pay The LtrWord at Bdemce which yreaenta aoso of the resells of the Inveetlgatloo Mr R Moore arttiarf na raportft to the British iMtltut of Aetunrte to be published In the eyelet jovrnai of that body The United Kingdom General Provident InsUUst of which Mr Moor la actuary rapptle to Its coatinvoNS records which oarer tit years all tINt equlrtd data forrhtit about IMJtt IndlTtdaal eases the nhstalner kailim been kept spirs e from HOHakealnera Ik the taltr dds no ilrHHhanis have bees liistoded hut ettly rnotfarat drinhera anti not the general ran of iHoderau drinkers but molested equal to the beet accept ed standard of soured life After 18 months or1 work with a eats of eierks eanraaslHK these roe ords Mr Moore us presented In elaborate tables diagrams ate which pray that the rnltro workinK years of life together from the age at W to 71 there are among abstainer 1OYI deaths while among moderate drink ere the deaths numbered ttMC teeing an excess of tS Mir eml When the M working years are lit vided Into decades and the atnpanl- ive mortality In the two daM8 re spectively for each decade computed the resultant figures shwtld startle middleaged nonabstainers for it la shown that between tine altos of 10 sad to the death rate among them lacks only 1C per cent of being double tM death rate of sbvtaJnera The Invuctlgatlon which produced Uiee moat valuable statistics was un dertaken solely in the Interest of an Insurance cnrapanr Tho mce rem dered to the cause of temperance Is quite Incidental but not on that ac count lens valuable but rathor more so The question as to the effect of moderate drinking on the dune et of t rife is a question no more Pmliy terlan Datin or- FACT AND COMMENT If the saloon Is wrong as all admit can any nmount of money make It right American Issue The only place In tho new Insular pan Beeelona of our government that IB trot Iron theicurso of liquor IB SUltl where liquor selling Is fjrblddeu both Initti and outside the army Lord Hobt rts the field marshal of 1whoDrunkenness Is on tho Increase lo HuIjla During the past 12 months the quantity of vodka and other spirituous iQtiors sold at tho state establlshmonls Aas greater than In the previous year 9y 25 per cent while the quantity sold n hotels and other places showed aa in crease of 16 per cent J i 5 PORTABLE HOG HOUSE How the Lovejoy Structure Is Made It la But Moderate In Coat iThe Lovojoy portablo hog llouse of which wo hero give a cut of the end elevation IB made eight feet square It la Hided and roofed with matched Mooring lined with building paper and LOVEJOY ronTAlllK IHXJ HOUSE this In turn la covered with common boards The floor Is built of Inch material Each end has a door and one line a small window near the top Swell a structure can he built and painted for about 10 It in easily moved about and will servo the hog with as Rood quartering conditions as moro expen Hive structures BUILDING A FLOCK OF SHEEP Seine of the Qualification Neeeagnry to Establishing a Success ful Flotk IIrealdeAlgraule18r1noItarabttHllBt type with at few wrinkles a a iXMNrtbte I WWMI4 bbl Mtrtnas be nine they are cheaper art great cool 1rcNluMra sad are good hardy slwop prffIbe one of tbe beat mutton breed The Mfrtm Wood would give me a hoary fleoe of tae quality and ih rnMblr Wood will IniTit in until of u wool and Improve the mutton My a writer In Orange Judd lartner I would have a dry roomy shed with 1Iinning te MM south tbs to ar TlItN to be efcMed In stormy weather Lest sheep have ytaaiy of turrit dnr n the winter reed them bright eon- stdder If you hare It aorghum U alw feed tat alfalfh kay U still bets Alfalfa to the hest for the Iambi period M It tarreasu tile low at t mttk aM kMpa tile ewe la goad roD tflttoft I WMM teed a little grvJn cheat a iNMtMl of corM to 100 head A auxins of half oeU and halt corn wowM be better- I tMlkI bread to have lambs rome In JUaneti ne thy seem to do bitter than It they arrive later They are then large enough to go to eating aa soon M grail eoreea Wean them Moat Agi t I and turn titan Into the own lead nad thy will grow very rapidly Aa the weather begins to get coldM begin to teed a little grain and In crease until they are eating about all they want Ily Christmas they should woJph Sf to 100 pound You con sell the wethers at a good proflt and kcap the boot of the ewes to build up your nook Do not forget to dip them flip Just after you shear and in the fall too It you think they need IL COWS MILK FOR COLT What It Did for One Unpromising Little FoalSkim Milk Is Used Several yuan since we had a young grade eoaeh mare In foal to a German eua h stallion Before the time for foaling she had an attack of dtioate from the effects of which she became much run down and poor write E II Toulo In Live Stock Journal The foal appeared all right on being dropped but na the dam gave very little milk t it made but little growth and wag thin r and poor When two months old along about wosItaken from put In the barn where It Will fed with fresh green tjruM Having a dairy and a separator the colt was taught to drink the skimmed mill while sweet and warm- It soon became fond of the milk anl commenced to grow and fill out It was kept In a roomy pon all through the winter and given the skimmed milk t along with Its other feed As a rosult It grew llnaly became round smooth coated and handsome In great contrast with the poor small halfstarved nnl mal Mt the beginning By spring there was not a finer looking roll around IInud It attracted much attention on this account Perhaps others may obtain n hint from this experience that might prove of much valuo to them under similar conditions When fall colts are raised the sHmmod milk diet might he of advantage nlong with too other feed ground or Screeningsj station wheat for screenings than wheat to produce a given gain As tho screenings are a production of tho northwestern floods their vnluo as a feed may whoatI bo econ Cold corn and mow oven If not mike a balanced egg ratlou INSECT DESTROYERS The Immense Value In This Respect Which Poultry Are Upon the Farm There Is one valuable advantage to keeping poultry on tho fnrm that In generally overlooked and that la tho vast number of Insects destroyed by them If every insect caught by a hon In a day were counted and an esti mate made of tho number of Insects eaten by a gook of 2G hens It would show that hens are more useful In that respect than may be supposed When busily at work scratching the hen secures many grubs and worms while the larvae of Insects also assist In providing them with food A flock of turkeys will search every nook and corner of a hold for In sects and as a turkey can consume a large amount of food It will make away with a vast number of them each dayThe active guinea Is ever on the search over the fields for Insects It does not scratch but every blade of grass la looked over and It rarely comes up to the barnyard to secure food Its Indus try prompts It to secure Us own food and In to doing hundreds of Insects are dOltroedJ WARM DRINKING WATER The Poultry Will Appreciate It and the Egg Yield Will Be Larger In much of tho weather we have In winter the wrier freeiea very quickly If set out at the temperature at which It to drawn from the wolf To permit Ute fowls to have all the water they de lire it will be neeeeeary to warm the water to about 100 degrees It will take same time fur the temperature of thU to fall to 32 degrees This given twiN a day will keep them supplied with the liquid with which to make eggs and Peek It miwt be remembered that much of the eggs as much of the flesh of fowls U water sail that all food must be great PRIZE riYMOfTII IHMK liEN ly diluted before It ran lie used by the JullIa the dlltPlIIYOl operation The coldness of the water alto arts as a temporary check The more water the fowls drink the better It to for them and the more pounds of Heth sad more doses of eggs they are likely to produce POULTRY NOTES Sweet oil ariuUed to frown comb and wattles IH healing A chkken with a frosen oomb will not lay till the comb to healed Dont hold the eggs longer than a week Always make It a rule that tho prodnet must be fresh BcraiMi from tho butcher shop are good Inducer to laying when fed to young hens especially In winter A large proportion of an egg Is water See that tbe hone hare a bountiful sup ply If the chill la taken off the water It hi all the better Irtt and greon food are two thing hut need to bo supplied to hens during the winter months Without them tho hens cannot do their boot If hone are given all the water they wish In cold weather a gallon and a half or two gallons of milk to each 100 hens will be about all they will dispose of In a daySome claim that skim milk and corn make a balaneed ration Whether thlll Is so or not one thing Is true It hens are given skim milk they got more pro loin than thoy can got from corn alone We believe skin milk fed to laying hette when egg are 35 cents par doien will pay a hotter dividend than If fed to pigs when live hoga are four cents per pound What do our renders think or know about ItT Sells Millions of Eggs lluwla to tho largest seller of eggs In the world Sho soils nearly every year to other countries 160000000110x008 of eggs end her sales are now constantly on the increase showing that poultry raising Is also on tho Increase China Is supposed to bo tho largest producer of eggs In the world but China keeps no egg statistics so one cant tell exactly but the Chinese are great egg eaters and with the exception of n few million sho lots the Japanese people have she keeps tho rust for home use and as there are over 400000000 people at homo It takes a whole lot of eggs The smallest farm homo found anywhere In the empire Is always sup plied with a great Hock of hens Sell Everything Possible On our little 40acre farm wo are doing very well We live five miles from one town six miles from another and eight miles from a third says IS M Wilson of Lawrence county Mo We raise Irish and sweet potatoes wheal corn oats and clover have an orchard some small fruits garden and truck patches two horses three cows two hogs and 10U Drown Leghorn chickens Soil eggs chickens potatoes tend butler when Aa everyI Helpless Woman My wites the most helpless crea ture growled Cadly simply cant do anything without bothering me help Yes her toI yes only last night I had to up and got a candle ort the shelf of tho pantry for her so she could go down cellar and bring up a scuttle of coal Philadelphia Press Exotic Cake Walk French dancing masters have formed a Socleto Acadernlqife des Pro eiis urs do Danso do France The director of tho association is Prof Desrat who proposes with his colleagues to run tho minuet In opposition to tho ex otic and inartistic terpsichorean move menu borrowed from the black people of Santo Domingo and elsewhere alias the cakewalk Unseemly Levity The January prize for homlcldo marksmanship In Indian territory be longs to tho young man who killed four Indians with a slxsbootcr at Sasakwa In tho Scmlnole nation Tho shooter was unarmed when attacked by the Indians but grabbed one of their pistols and rung the bell four times In auccesslonKansas City Times Money Spent In Drink According to Mulhallt Dictionary of Statistics the amount of money annu ally expended on alcoholic liquors In the United States Is S6000000 116000000 going for wine J210000000 for beer 000000 toy elder and 95000000 for spirits One hundred and eleven mil lion dollars are estimated to be paid in- taxes Long Pennant Whon tho American cruiser New Or loatm unmn Into San tomctco bay re cently on her way from Cuum to Mare Island to be pelt alf and go out of commission she sported a homeward haiiml nnaiit MO feet lung Baltimore Haiti wore has eoMflrmmi Its title to the name of tile monumental city The erstwhile burnt district Is a last lag monument n the rliya ratotlcM energy to mimount ohaturiw Haiti more Hun Greatest Oculist Probably the worlds greatest oculist is Ir lM nxU rhftr of WI sbaden Germany lie In roneultcd by almost every ICttrofmnn royally and by snub rrat and plutocrats from over tbe world y Argentine States The Argentine state have greater In dividuality than onn They may with the consent oC congrm make treaties lot the fostering of Industry Immigra tion colonisation railways and canals Acetylene Gas Systems Then saw 330 towns in the world lighted by separate acrtylettti KM nyc titina The United Mates leads with III Prune and Oernmay following with Sit and 64 nmtectlvely Worse at name Luckily for Japan Russian generate do not prcHHtcute the war with tho some vigor and tactical skill which they die ploy In lighting among themselves Chicago Dally News There Are Others It must bo discouraging for a man who has learned JlujlUnt In onlarj to toil hold up men to encounter a bandit who IB nroflclont In that HMO alto Chicago Chronicle MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Feb 25 CATTLE Common 2 76 4 00 Heavy steers 4 85 6 36- CAIVHS Extra 6 M fl 60 2GIKxtra FLOUR Spring pat n 00 3fi 2 roil 1 SO 1 22 IWBRATNo 1 09 mixed 48 mixed 3- 1RYRNo2 IIAYCh timothy 12 87 50 SiIPORK Clonr moa 13 IARD Stonni 6 35 lUtTTKR Ch dairy 0 22 Choice creamery 3- CAPPLESChoice 2 75 3 75 POTATOES Per bbl 1 00 Cf 75 TOHACCO Now 5 00 G 13 00 Old 4 80 fl 14 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 5 10 0 6 2- 0IVlilrATNo 2 red 1 18y0 194 No3 rod 110 110 CORNNo 2 mIxed 45y Q 451 OATSNo 2 mixed 301 3- 1nYENo2 75 6Ii 77 PORK MOM IS 36 fl12 4- 0LARDSteam 6 70 C 7212 New York FLOtTR Win strts clO Q 5 85 WHEAT No 3 rod 0 1 23 CORNNo mixed ti 67y OATSNo 2 mixed 37 38 SgrOnKFamllyLARD Steam 0 7 00 Baltimore CATTiEStoors I 10 4 00 SHEEPNo 1 fat 3 00 60 LAMBS Spring 60 13 00 HOQS Dressed 625 50 Louisville WHEAT No 2 rod Q 18ICORNNo 2 mixed 0 OATSNo2 mixed 0 34y PORK Moss Oil 00 LARD Pure steam 4p 60 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 0 1 1- 8CORNNo2 mixed fJ 45 OATS No 2 mixed 0 S3 Buggy or Carriage Harness WEATHER and fine FINE invite you to drive protlook ea well as tke rest of your turnoutor f a it thai by and thus detract from the general appearance If ao theres an easy way out of it Select a new sot of Buggy or Carriage liar nose from Our Large Stork at astonllblvglrtasonable prices However if you decide to make your old liar ueaa do let us put it in good repair for you It wont cost much T J MOBERLY- Main St Richmond Ky The Citizen A FAMILY PAPER 8 pages weekly at 100 per year TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor Iraith I am forced to close out my entire stock toquit business I have 26 seta of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb atones and Monuments which I will soil at greatly reduced prices Hero is your oppor tunity to get au extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices WorksI Startling Mortality mrtalityfromTo prevent and cure these awful diseases there in just onn reliable remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills M Flannery of 11 Custom House Place Chicago says They have no equal for Constipation and Bilious ness 2o nt the Est End Drue C- iMONUMENTS Ula Headstone Stilutrf Granlle ud Warble Work of all kinds done Ins workmanlikn manner at ran sonable prices and with iliHpntch Allwork guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND KyICbmrrnl Main and Collln 8UMU Incrodlblo Brutality It would hit TO been incredible bru tality if Chas bL Lemberger of Syracuse N Y had not done thee bent he could for his suftVrit K son Mr boy he says cut a fearful gash over his eye so I applied Biiokten Arnica Salve which quickly healed It and saved his eye Good for burns and ulcers too Only 25c at the East End Drug Co To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete and up to date In this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for most prominent people of Berea and vicinity Work sent to me by mail or express will have prompt attention and charges paid one way- S G FRANKLINMt Xy RiriBENCE Mfink of Mt Vernon Berea College Foundad 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN KEAOH 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 mea and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years UntlCertificateAcademy Course Four years fitting for College for business and for lifeCollege Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccaluiir degreesMusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory Wo are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small Incidental feo to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also maybeiof 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregationalists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations ron INFORMATION AND FRIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS TUB SECRETART WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky Madison County Roller Mills HId Iihhl P Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Coro Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn EtcN Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour iIItlIIoi 101 Potts Duerson Whites Station Ky I 0IDYSPEPSJA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT The S 100 bottle eonttlna 2H tlmei the tiiil site which Mill for SO ctfiti- MirAXID THE LAOSATOIY O- rE C DoWITT Sc COMPANY CHICAGO ILL LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 1904 doing North Train 4 Dally Leavo 0 rell348amArr- ive Ricbmond 412 a m Arrive Paris B28am Arrive Cincinnati7 50 a m Going North H Train C flatly Leave Berea 12 f5 p m Arrive Richmond 125 pm Arrive Paris 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati 6 00 p m Gulag Santb Train I Dally Leave nnreal 11 p m Arrivo Livingston i t 2 OT p m iPlncJgouth Train Dally Leave Berea 11 24 pm Arrive Livingston12 30 a m Trani No 1 and No C mike con nasttou at L vmst m for Jnllico and the South with No 21 and No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSON f Dentist KytoBy tho Tonic Route The pills that act as a tonic and not as drastic purge are DeWitta Little Early Risers They cure Hebdache Constipation Biliousness etc Early Risers are small easy to take and easy to acta SarA Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City N D says Two bottles cured ma of chronic constipation Sold by the East End Drug Co and all Medicine Dealers e A Dinner Invitation After a hearty meal a dose of Ito101 Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of Indigestion Kodol is a thorough digeatant and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Sour Risings Bad Breath and all stomach troubles N Watkins Leshus Ky SlYSlor can testify to the efficacy of Kodol in the euro of Stomach Trouble I was sQlictd with Stomach Trouble for fifteen and nave taken six DyspcpsiaCuresix bottles were worth 1000 to me Kodol Dyscepsia Cure will digest quantity of all the wholesome food you want to eat while your slomich takes a retrccuperntes and grows prpparationisremarkable cures Sold bv the E End Drug Co and all Medicine Dealers A10 INVESTMENTI- n Hell Telephone hock dnrtnn the ftnA tbreo jear of the Company eziMenva NOW WORTH 50000Tbl n evhtence of the tnormans pront pro dueinic properties or a comitanr upi lfln publlolniercuniiminlcatlon AM Will AN IU KOUKVr TKIU I1UAP1I COMI ANT HAH VADR TIIM MOST lUIll AIIVAN lOlfJHOIWIN IXJNNwnoN CUVKItV anted Btain GoTCrntarnt baw pdo IMKurcuHyoicm New Important contract all over tbe world atture enur oIuIIIL Hiork unmbawd under the i Hrranir pen before slit re ifoHHSTa l a 1KIICHNTAIOSTJI payaWeOctoberGULATKll NmV VOIIK 8ECUIHTT CO Sole Klwal Arenu 41W wan Ht New York 1im iWIvWiiitiIWIiliWIl iiliItWII I Oklahoma 1 Offers Opulent- OpportunitiesI I 5 To Ihose vhocleklrenewlanjniuil S home unturpancd chance B for Industrial Inmtmeut liycapl 5tallst and manufacturers s Its Farm Products in ISM include =j 5 2SOOD00a huhela of wheat 110000S balesof lotion and million a tiIarworthorolhergrainalruiletc jg S yeutitlet The Truth About OVU fr At soled times low rate s Homeseekers Excursion ticket x are aold via Santa Fe Route to f 5S5 tbAlthhonTopekaSSlate 1Raaway S CHICAGO II Immmmmmwmwmwmw m IsisA xu etcrerxaas alolnducesalary W KCUUtA MirO M galug r THE CITIZEN s F L rti9Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 forI11Boys 200 and 175 for Youths knownIThe reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is everywhere throughout the world They have to give better satisfaction than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wearers expect more for their mcney than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure a perfectIfit Inspection inv- itedCOYLEHAYES BEREA KY rHIHBrea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES HIHI1 + I I I I J I I J I I I J I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Mr and Mrs Louis Lester returned from Corbin on Monday Miss Etta Moore has just returned from a visit with frionds in Mt VernonMissos Helen Murphy and Helen Friugor were shopping in Richmond Saturday A E Wells agent for the The Mums Dictionary from Easton Pa was in town on Tuesday Col Holt goes to Ashland from Ire and will begin a temperance campaign in that city on March 4 Ulysses Mayers is slowly recover ing from an attack of pneumonia fever at his home on Chestnut street Miss Bessie Flanerys death is the first that has occurred in the Ladies Hall during President Frosts ad ministrationMr Horton has been ill for several days during the past week with a complication of grip and bron chitis We are glad to see him about againYo Olio Folkes Concert will be given next Tuesday night March 7 at 730 in the Tabernacle No doubt this fun provoking entertainment will bo well attended Miss Jennie Hanson left Wednes day noon for Cincinnati where she will spend a few weeks attending the millinery openings and securing a stock of spring goods for C J Han son Co Mrs Hollistor stopped oft at Berea Monday night on her way north from a visit in Tennessee Sho will enjoy a short stay with her daughter here before continuing tho journey to her home in Galion Ohio We find that many persons do not know that we now have continuous telephone service There are now all day Sunday and night operators Since the first of February the Ex change has been leased by C Fay Hanson who will try to give us a good service for this year Over one hundred phones aro now in use The funeral ot Miss Bessie Flanory was held in the Tabernacle Tuesday afternoon at 230 Pt The sincere esteem in which the deceased was held was shown by the many present to mourn with her loved ones Ilex Thomson preached thesermonand her pastor made a few remarks concern ing her beautiful life in the church Pres Frost presented a paper dis senting from the coroners verdict A quartet of ladies voices sang the old favorites There were several beautiful floral tributes upon the casket The interment in the village cemetery followed Messrs Gamble and Cartmellro turned from their Southern trip Monday night and report a successful and pleasant time On their way to Tuskegee they stoped off at Knoxville Tenn and had an informal meeting with twentyfive of the ox students of Berea who are now attending Fisk University They were the guests of the College while in Knoxville Tuskegee was reached Tuesdaynight after a pleasant journey They wore fortunate in reaching their destination in time to take in tho Farmers Conference of colored men which is held annually under the auspices of the Tuskegee Institute Nearly 500 men were in attendance representing a largo pro 1I gttgowiv e SHOE Vul v MAKERS portion of tho South nnd tho prob bums confronting tho coloredrace such as tho acquiring of moro land and gaining industrial independence were discussed This couferen- bus met regularly for tho past nine years and is proving invaluable u largo percentage of tho colored raewe of tho South They found the Institute in u prosperous condition and the teachers and helpers looking forward to still greater accomplishments in tho future Chattanooga and i Lookout Mountain were points of interest visited on tho trip Col C J Holt tho temperance lecturer from Chicago arrived lie ninftimid or auspices of tho W C T U of Amer lea in the Tabernacle Sunday night The burden of his remarks were the deception of liquor and the liq uor business in every form and the beingIstudents on Monday morning at chapel hour was very practical Ho offered some helpful suggestions for making a business career successful The lecture on Monday evening was made more vivid by the use of pictures which taught in parable impossibility of having the liquo- business done away with while th traffic is so strongly intrenched in the courts and legislative halls of our country Ho urged the young men to use their vote and influence in the cause of temperance and humanity On Tuesday evening the subject lof tho lecture was Lights and Shad lows of City Life His portrayal InrgeIdeccplacters wore timely Ho addressed members of time colored race Wednesday night About three hundred persons signed the pledge during the meetings and of this number ovum twobundrccIwere men or boys CHARITABLE JUDGMENT OF THE DEAD REMARKS OF mESIDENT FROST AT TilE FUNERAL OF BESSIE FLANEKT It seems necessary that n word should be said about the manner of our sisters death A shadow has fallen upon our hearts which it is well to remove at the beginning of this memorial service Her loath was sudden and startling Her room mate left her to go to breakfast and returning found her unconscious in her bed Doctors called in haste found hoe beyond their help killed by poison A coroners jury hearing testimony from thoso who wore first upon the sceno returned a verdict of suicide From this verdict I think all those who know Bessie Flanery and all persons who have been properly instructed in tho rules of evidence most earnestly dissent Wo will not blame the jurors for they seem to have done their duty as they understood it from the Coroner Wo will not blame the Coroner But with larger know ledge and and more careful study of the whole ease we dissent from the verdictAnd first let me say that no coro ners jury ever pretends to convict of crime The coroner only undertakes to make a sort of preliminary ex amination His verdict gives the opinion of honest men on the first hurried investigation but it does not claim to be an infallible or decisive thing When a coroners jury declares that a murder has been com mitted that does not establish murder as an actual fact After that the one whom the coroner accuses of the crime has to be tried in regular form by a competent judge and jury TheI coroners verdict can usually acquit a mar and prevent him from being prosecuted but it cannot condemn him In spite of any coroners verdict the presumption is that any man is innoeent until he is proved in a regular court to ho guilty WITH 11AIIlACTfAI INew Cash Store C C IUIODUS Prop BEREA KENTUCKY In this case the coroners jury found sufficient evidence that our sister died by poison and that time poison was administered by her own stoppedmThey did not mifllciently inquire whether sho took the poison with time intent to end her life or whether she took it in some other way The meaning the definition of suicide is thistime intentional taking of ones own life And this jury had not one particle of evidence that Miss Flanory ever cherished any intention of taking her own life They have acquitted all others of blame the roommate the matron of tho house physiciansallocoroners does not us we feel it ought it does notclenr tho load11u think thnt tho jury should have said whether or not tho death was tho result of accident mistake or was uuinten nlxwte of the dead I ask you not to believe that our dear ono intentionally took her own life And these are some of the reasons First such action would bo con tram to the wo known character of belongeden years wo have known her as a faithful cheerful successful stu ontJro bably no girl from her county in this or any other school ever made such high attainments in scholarship Wo saw her join the church we heard her testimony to tho saving power of ouroto grunt Christian young women Such people do not commit suicide It would require ovorwhelmlngevidonce to convince us that such n young lady intentionally took her own life Time principles of common law forbid us to believe it so long as thom is ono chanco in u hundred that tho deed was accidental Second no possible motive can lx givon for such a dead When wo convict n man of mentor it is required that souse inducing cause should bo shown some wrong some grudge some throat some preparation beforehand Mon are not to be supposed to take Ufo without some impelling motivo The same rule holds in a case like this And Bessie Flanery had no motive for taking her own life Sho had committed no fault for which sho might bo asham ed She had mot no wrong or unkindness by which she might bo cast down Sho left no farewell letter showed no lurking purpose of solfdustructiou to those who worn utimnte with her Wo have no right to believe that in the absence of all motive sho should have taken her own life And in the third place such oir cumstances as we can truce point to an accident Wo do not indeed find that there wore two bottles so that site might havo made a mistake and taken from the contents of tho wrong one But there ore fifty other possl blmistokos which any person is liable to make Hail she intended nelfmitrder she would hate taken the full contents of the little vial Site ought to hale known better but who of us does not often not absentmindedly and forgetfully She took a little of tho carbolic acid in a tumbler of water for some purpose perhaps thinking that with something so hot she would wash out her throat And instantly her throat was burnedand closed paralysis came In a moment as the smooth led proves She died by accident This is my deliberate judgment and a judgment I can confidently commend to all There is no ovi deuce which could convict a living person of crime mad we cqrtaiuly do not need to condemn tho lend who cannot speak for themselves We will remember our sister our daugh ter our pupil our class nmto our friendas she was in life in beauty of fee and soul We will admit no suspicion to cloud her momoYy Wo will cherish her imago in our hearts as of one whose companionship R pleasant and who now walls with the redeemed Having purchased the Smithing business of Jos E Dalton we will continue to do smithing woodwork and general repairing at same old stand with competent workmen and at reasonable prices Soliciting a reasonable share of tho patronage of the public I remain 323 J W HOSKINS Necklace of Ant In tho Island of New Guinea or Pa pun time chief adornment of tho ladles U a necktie made of black nuts Time native girls find time ants In the gardens they bite oil sad swallow time lower end throw away time mead nail thread time thorax One woman time bride of a chief wore a necklace eleven feet long on which were the bodies of 1800 ants A Useful Limb A cripple in Newry Ireland had some trouble with two policemen and he defended himself by unscrewing his wooden leg with which ho knocked out his foes Q YYMpp 1MYYY6tYYYYYMI ptapPMMYIYYIYPP- A YOU ARE JUDGED BY I THE CLOTHES YOU WEAR S rClothescreate a disturbance by going around without them when you can buy at our prices We are not selling out but out selling This is the tithe when it is true economy to spend tmoney and extravagance to keep It y If Fabrics grew ready woven we tcould make prices less That is about YWhatintend to be our best adtThe smallest thing about our place It is price and price is a good salesman but quality is a better one t Did you ever think your neighbour was living r t easier than yourself Perhaps he is and may be II it is because he trades at I WELCH IS Yr tLarbollt stock of Dry Goods in the County n limo limbo of Dress sexGoods GrocU1 los at Wholesale Prlcon- Choupotit t Drug Store on Itnrth t It is 90 Milos to tho noxt Store that soils Meal at 55c Q RI4 il4Ail44A4A 4A4ililil4itAQ44it444 IA44it44iIA- AA4QLOOM u- END SALE Began Friday January 27th Perhaps some of our customers may not under stand this expression At the Mills there are always remnants left over from tho original run which average from one to two yards in length They are identical in quality with the goods sold in bolts THESE GOODS WILL ALL BE SOLD BY THE POUND At unheardof prices Here is your chance to literally get three dresses for the price of one The beauty of these artistic designs in Dimities Silk Mulls Pongees and Crepes Are nuro to make thorn move quickly Do not mlHunduratund fumy20andCeJ HANSON CO The Shop for Ladles Berea Ky 6 HF rh hFA + +Naa4 Do You Intend Building this Year If eo it is well to begin now to plan and figure But in figuring DONT CONSIDER THE PRICE ONLY as there Is a great difference in the quality of different grades of materials We will place in a heavy stock of lumber for the Spring business and will bo glad to quote you prices We will not be undersold 1 Now is n good time to let us on your plans and specifi cations no that tho work will not bo delayed when the Spring opens up Prompt attention given to custom work t J Contractors BURDETTE and SONSIPlaning and Saw Mill ht 00 i OAIM Coal At bin near depot L3c to 14c Delivered fo- r144c to 16c Phone 85 Chas L Hanson Furniture Now and oil tho time in an cud less variety to suit either rich or poo- rStoves Organs Stoves to burn aqd Organs from 11500 u- pSewing Machines Drop head high arm Singers 2000 Other makes down totnothing Watch for tho spring opening of 1905 Iron Bods and call on ReII Chrisman Opposite Welchs Phone 20 Fr 7 fT UMMARYOFTHE NEWS f7Whllt Has Transpired During the i Past Seven Days THE DOINGS IN THE CONGRESS Interesting Happenings Throughout- the Globe Given in a Condensed Form News From Russia and the Far East- CONGRESSIONAL A rftHoltitlon was Introduced In the house Making tho attorney general to inform the home nt the earliest oon venience whether or not any proceed ings have been Instituted olllier clrtl r criminal against tho armor plate runt and If not why not Senator Daniel Introduced a bill to IlerlIIMntntn and near the waters ot lamp ton Road Va- Itepresrntatlve Kehne ICy Intro lured a resolution for an Investigation If the department of commerce and iixir sit to the rouse of the difference hrtwoen the urt4 e of led tobacco sad hi manufactured article especially in Kentucky Ohio and Tinnasscs Without a dollnr being added or sub tiirtod the rifer and Harbor appro Hat Ion bUI peMKcd the house The total amount earned by the bill Is fi7244C5T TIM Mate pa Mcl the military acad my appropriation bill Tho house passed the Philippine M riff bill practically as It came from lif committee with but little discus ion The house jMUtied a Joint reaolntlon iibnrlilng toe return by the seere try of war or union mad confederate haute Hags to the respective Males In which tbe reglmcniH which bore them wire organised Senator Culkmi reported to the sen mo In executive session amendments to the treaty prohibiting traffic In white wcnteo The amendment are tar tile purpose ot extending the re rlnlona tinder the treaty The house passed the naval appro priation bill currying a total of DI 914111 Tile provision for two bat iNfthlpt me reported by the commit Ir r on naval agatrv was retalaed- MISCELLANEOUS Ton senate ratified a treaty between IUirtlrallr all Hatlona for tbe eiewp non of hospital ships lu time of war from the payment of all dues and incs Imposed far the bet of the lute The win of the late Jon Lew Wasf Lce was admitted to probate The tmlituo of his estate Is bequeathed to in wife Yuan K and her heirs for bronze bust of Washington a re plica of the original In marble which was dVKtrnjed In a Ire In the quartern d the library of rongrrM In 1861 wan lIt In platy In tar rotuada of the ipitol Th federal grand jury at Cleveland npiirtwi two aildlttoeal Indict racntj ncalnst Mr Chad wick In connection with her operations through the clowd I1In8 National bank of Oberlln O A rfftolutloH was introduced In Ihf Kansas senate providing for an In eRtigatlon of the following Hltegei combines lleef grain Implement iImilting and lumber Ilrtparatkm for an oxpsoltxi nt JarMftbaee en treaehutenl an the northern MinK of the Tawea rlvor It Is understood that Allw Allco Roosevelt will nowimimny StcrtuVy and MM Taft on their vtiit to thai lnillpilu s Next July Sarnnei Ohidk MrOnrmlek OD LL n wns formally made clmHoeltor cif the Vsteni University of 1ennsyr viola The oAAr has nppolnteil the Grand Ducheti Kliialieth widow of the late Grand Duke Surging commander or the Fifth Grenadiers reglmont nt Kleff I H Hull a farmer of Macon Killed biw elf by tnklnu potion HU body was found In n barn and wax 1taken into its house Ills son Un 21 Affected by tho occurrence went t the barn and hanged himself FIre in the builnoM district of Hot Springs Ark caused lowed estimated at 00000 The principal sufferers are Simon Mendel dry goods 16000 and the Indiana club 20000 At an auction In London al Chris ties an Gllubethan owor of rock crys tal mounted on silver only CI 1 Inches high belonging to Iho Marquis of An plw y was wild to a London tinnier for the sensational prlco of 20000 The Porto Rlcan legislature has passed a lAw for the maintenance ot a permanent representative In tho United States with headquarters In New York to promote tho commercial IntorotiU of tho Island and particular ly those of coffee growers Nearly every shoo manufacturing center of the neat and middle west waa represented at a mooting held In Now York for tho purpoe of organis ing the National Association of Boot and Shoe Manufacturers Tho hill appropriating 125000 for the establishment of a state oil roan err was favorably reported to tho Col undo house by the finance commit tee Mrs Carrie Nation tho wiloon smidlur was saved from being srouQl nude tho wheels of a train n f by a loran newspaper man tit Smith lcII I T Criminal procoudlnga agqlnsl tho of fleers and employes of the Pralrlo 0 and Clas Co will bo Matted at once Cases wilt bo brought In ovary Kan man county whom tho company dons business Judge J T Smith 08 tiled at Man Rattan Kan of pneumonia He was n native of Indiana and was a cap taut In tho 71th Indiana Infantry iu the civil war Ho served a term In the Indiana legislature Andrew Cnrnoglo offered to glvq 600000 to the University of Vlrfilhl on the condition that tho authorities of tho Institution would rhlso a simi mar amount from other source lixSocrotnry Long In a speech said It Is not desirable that this country should be n collector of debts for all the nations of Rurope which hold claims against South American republicsMrs Gallagher of Denver Island Mloh aged 104 years whr claimed to hewn more surviving de scendants than any women of the northwest Is dead United States Mlnlsisr Dawson at Santo DomlDHo City babied time dlltutment that an attempt WM mad there to assassinate President Mur ales and that the attempt failed lea Kuropatkln reports he has re ceived word that to Japanese tarp do boats and warships have been sighted off Vladivostok It Is reported that the Japanese are closing In on the Russian east ilanl As a result of this movement It Is pes Ible that there will be either a gen eral engagement or at least a coaster movement by the Russians Twentyone buildings in Cape May village K J valued at aOOf was destroyed by Ire St Petersburg Is tbe raecca of rep resentatives of Hblpbulldera of van ous nationalities who have been at traded thither by tbe prospects of rich contracts In eomteetlon with rebuild lag the navy The Jury In the ease of Charles KraU on trial tor alleged loot ling while a member of the St Louis city council returned a verdict of not guilty TINt special auditor who lea been examining the books of a W Miller the former treasurer of Walker cotta ty Alabama reports a shortage of WOI4 Senator Jacob Worth of Brooklyn a New York politician and race horse owner died suddenly st Hot Springs Art The body of Mrs Hannah H Roes a wealthy octogenarian wee totted In the raise of her home in Mont Ctttlr K J The police believe she was murdered by her coachman and the boas burned to conceal Ute crime Russian Ambassador Cassltil ssjr Ibat the war In the far east wIM end when Russia Is victorious and not a moment before The George Washington university at Washington which from 1821 until recently perm been known as the Co lumbian university was formally ded tested under Its new mime The American Howling Congress hereafter will transact no business on Rundajr A resolution growing out of another Introduced by Daniel Jones was adopted to this effect The Kansas senate passed a bill for the regulation of railroads It pro videa that a mate railroad board shall make change In freight rates on due complaintThere an epidemic of pneumonia In Pittsburg Since New Years 900 persons have teen affected nearly onehalf this number dying nail as yet there is no relief Under the auspices ot tho Yule class of l8l1 a committee 1ms been appointed to pronele n movement for raising thuds for the new dormito ilea at Ynle An nramndment to the Indian appro priation bill provides that no pert of the Indian funds ahull be available nor be qxponded for the support of any eec u1tUl or denominational school It Is said that complaint against the Standard Oil Co accompanied by new evidence of alleged violation of the antitrust law will soon be lodged with tho attorney general of Ohio At Connelsvillo Pa Chas Auitln 19 stint and killed Chits V Anderson S2 Thoy were rivals for the hand of Mss Chain Noth Noll Burgess tho actor filed In tho Unltod States district court nt Tron ton N J a petition In bankruptcy lila liabilities are placed at 21000 and his assets at 3 86 Tho president announces that all of the power of his administration necessary would be used In the In vcetlgatlon ho Is undertaking through tie bureau of corporations Into the affairs of tho Standard Oll Co The volcano of Collma Is umlttlng groflt clouds of thick smoke which rise high above tho crater Ivory bridge on tho Choopeo river and Knmnuol mill Tatnall countlos Georgia were washed away and are gone Tho damage Is estimated at 200000 Four men aro dead and 14 Injured three of them seriously as tho result of the explosion of a stationary boiler at No 1 mine of tie Provident Coal Co near St Clalrsvlllo O The Japanese government has de termined on a fourth domestic loan of 100000000 yon to be Issued at 90 per cent and payable In seven years Tho Chicago police began the arrest of violators caught in tho act of spit ting on the sidewalks Whllo In Philadelphia an unknown man attempted to make his way to President Roosovcltn carriage and was struck by the flat of a saber by ono of tho troopers guarding tho pros ident Rr Adm George P Wlldo U S N has retired from active duty utter 43 years service Railroad officials estimate that 1S6 000 cars of freight are tied up on railroads east and west of Chicago owing to time recent heavy snow storms Of this number 75000 cars are said to beI slijotrnckcd on eastern roads Dr William R Harper president of tho University of Chicago under wont n serious surgical operation In the Presbyterian hospital Tho opera tion from a surgical standpoint was a success In tho Indiana house of representa tives Representative Annnlas Baker made the charge that ho had boon of bored 6100 in order to Influence his vote against limo antlclgaretto bill A nflldavlt was Issued for the arrest of 0 A Hakort n former senator C M Travor and O C Llllle presi dent anti cashier respectively of tho First National bank of Conncaut 0 wore Jointly Indicted on 18 counts They wore accused of making false ep trios In the books of the bank and other misdemeanors Tho federal grand Jury at Cleveland returned an Indictment against B P Ohllger president of tho Woostor Na tional bank ot Wooster 0 Ho Is abatmeteing banks funds entries In the banks books Dr Otto W Iewke who 1mu bee conducting a chemical Investigation to determine whether or not Mrs Ma tie WelkerHoch last wife of Jolihnn flock was poisoned declared that he had found conclusive proof of ark ical poisoning In the kidneys of the woman Capt William 8 Winder confeder ate veteran 71 shot and killed bagel In Baltimore Among his papers wee toured a clipping of the address ot Dr William Oser of the Johns Ifopkl university In which reference wa made to the usetessness of men over 40 years of age ID a fight at a dance oar Greens burg Pa two men were Killed and six badly wounded Miss Catherine McCready who wet found murdered at Casorto Italy WIG veers of age anti the daughter of th late Distal McCready of New York Hardliner was the first wife of the late Frederick n Coudert of New York sirs Medley widow of Rt Rev John Medley metropolitan of Canada U dead Before marriage slue was a nurse In Knglaud and had associated with Florence Nightingale of Crimean tame The rescuers at work In the Virginia wine near Birmingham Ala have re covered the bodies of two more rl tits of the disastrous explosion which makes the total number recov ered HP to this time HIS Notwithstanding the tact that the production of anthracite coal In Lack ttwabHX county Pa was less last year than In the preceding one lots of life Mi connection with the industry In eremsed In a manner that was 9Ml lln The president named Senator Quarts as 1nlfed States judge for the Baateni District of Wisconsin Carbolic acid was thrown In the face of J D Howe chairman of the repub lican city central committee at St Louis In his office by n young woman who was formerly his stenographer A portion of the acid struck one side of his face near the eye Dr WMlain Osier of the Johns imp kins university whose age limit ad Amass at fhe commemorative exercises of the university has been the subject of widespread comment says that lit lm been misquoted by the papers Suicide In the balcony of a crowded theater was the method of death cUnten hy an unknown man about St years ot ago who shot and hilled himself at the Chicago opera house during a vaudeville performance What Is said to be tho largest real estate deal over made In Pittsburg and one of the most Important trans actions In landed properties over an nounced from that part of tho coin try was tho solo ot tho Schonloy farm In Oakland for about 8000000 Through the death ot Mrs Harriet M Uttlofleld w ow of George L Lit tlofleld ut one time a prominent mnn ufacturer of Pawtucket R I Brown university comas Into the possession or tho estate real and personal esti mated at about 100000 The betrothal Is officially announced of Princess Victoria of Connaught to Prince Oscar oldest son of tho crown prince uf Sweden and Norway Independent crude oil producers and rofinors from Kansas Ohio Illinois and Indiana Joined In the formijUon at Chicago of an organization of do fonio against limo alleged eradicating pressure of the Standard 011 Co At Denver James Walsh M P Con don and Fred M Johnson olectlon odl curs were found guilty of frauds com milled at the city charter election last spring They wore sentenced to Jail for six months George C Thomas n retired million afro banker ot Philadelphia has bought tho famous painting Tho Laborer Return by Millet for 70000 the largest sum overpald for a picture In this country- A counterfeiting outfit operated by convicts was found In a cell at the Virginia penitentiary The sale of tickets for the Inaugural ball has been entirely unprecedented Union labor Is to have Its own finan clnl Institution In Chicago The stock subscription books arc now open The engine of tho regular passenger train on the Central of Georgia railway wont through tho brldgo span ping tho Chnttahpochoo river at Co lumbia Ala Tho engineer and firs man were killed The Russian second Pacific squall ron with colliers totaling 70 ships wero sUit at NesslRo on February 1C The Russians worn buying stores largely especially wines and liquors tM k A MINE EXPLOSION Believed 218 Miners Are Dead in West Virginia Shaft A Large Rescuing Party Is at Work The Cause of the Terrible Catas trophe Has Not As Yet Been Determined Bluofleld W Va Feb 27As a re ofntho United Statue Coal and Coke Co at Wllcae 23 minors aro supposed to have lost their lives and It Is possible that the number will exceed this Up to 8 p m 15 dud bodies had been token from the shaft A large rea cuing party Is In tho mines It Is barely possible that some of the en tombed minors will bo rescued alive The explosion was of terrific force anti shattered glass windows a mile ills tant Immediately after the shock groat numbers of miners rushed to tho shaft to find Immense clouds of smoko and dust gushing from Its mouth Tho officials of the mines Including hen limonground and the work of rescuing the Imprisoned mien was begun RUSSIANS DEFEATED An Action of No Mean Proportions on Gen Kuropatklns Left St Petersburg Feb 7AII action of no mean proportion U lu progress on the Russian left flank The ad vantage thus far is on the side of the Frontmadvises front the front to cay how severe the losses have been or how decisive the reverse ant whether tbe Japanese are llkey to attempt to drive In the Russian left much further Gen Kuropatkln evi dently has been trying to establish his loft flank far In advance to command theeoperation bring a counterpart of Gen GripenbergB movement on the tight flank to secure the fords of the Hun river preparatory to the breaking up of the Ice In the spring St Petersburg Feb 7Gen Kuro patkln has telegraphed the emperor under date of February 25 as follows At 5 oclock till morning the enemy occupied Tslukhetchen Exact re ports of yesterdays losses have not yet been received There are 12 oil intthl hospital at San Lunyu The per centage of killed Is very large TIm commander of the detachment reports ads of bravery by many detached bodies of troops Mukden Feb 17 Fighting contin ues In front and west of TIepass On the extreme east the Japanese havo taken the outlying positions and they now threaten the main defense A CONFLAGRATION Several Million Dollars In Property Destroyed In New Orleans New Orleans Feb Z7Flre involr ing million of dollars loss In physical property and that strikes a seri ous temporary blow at the Immense export trade of New Orleans swept the river front and wiped out the vast freight terminals of the Illinois Central known as the Stuyvessnt docks Nearly a dozen squares of modern wharves and freight sheds two tang nificent grain elevators hundreds ot loaded ear and vast quantities ot freight Including 30000 bales of cot ton were destroyed together with n large numbor of small residences It has not boon determined whether there has been any loss of tile Tho ocoan going shipping seems to have escaped serious damage A number of firemen and employes of tho docks wore Injured Actual estimates ot tho losses aro Impossible though they may oxcood 6000000 FIRE IN HOT SPRINGS Three Persons Known To Be Dead and a Loss of 2000000 Hot Springs Ark Feb 7Flroswept tho southern portion of tWit city doing Immense damage causing the known death of throe persons and rendering 2000 persons homeless Tho losses are estimated at about 8000 000 Throe charred corpses have boon found among the ruins and as several persons aro reported missing time death list may bo Increased FINDS AGAINST RUSSIA Adm Rojestvenskys Fire on the Brit- Ish Trawlers Not Justified Paris Feb 27Tho International commission of Inquiry Into the North Sea Incident finds that the opening of firo by Adm Rojoetvonsky was not Justified Tho decision was publicly announc ed at limo closing session of the com mlnslon U lengthily sots forth the circumstances and Incidents and gives the opinion of the admirals on tho va rlous Important point Involved Will Obey the Law Topeka Kan Fob 27Time Atohl son Topeka Santa Ko Railroad Co by Its rate men has begun the prep aration of a schedule making n rae for the transportation ot petroleum Tills Is In compliance with tho now act To Regulate Insurance Washington Fob 27 Senator Dryden of Now Jersey will Introduce n bill In the senate to carry into effect the presidents recommendation for the regulation of Insurance by time red ral government l n STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS n EDWARD CORRIGAN Quarrel With a Preacher Marked Hie Coming To Lexington Lexington Ky Fob 2A quarrel with a preacher on a train marked Edward Corrlgans coming to visit his Krealand stud hero Between Frank fort antl Igjiingtou a woman left her senator aVflw minutes and on return- Ing found the preacher occupying It Corrigan overheard her explain that It was her seat and the ministers re ply that she could have half of It but that he would not move The organ tier of the new turf body hero took n hand when ho said that no gentleman would hold a seat claimed by a wom an when there wore a dozen others vacant Time preacher replied If t wore not a minister of the Gospel I would make you swallow that Slapping him on the shoulder Ccvrlgan re plied Now dont let that bother you old man I do not mind your be lug a clergyman He then told the Interloper that unless he moVed ho would move him by force and then preacher vacated Both the minister iV d the woman were strangers to Cor rigan and being through passengers their names could not be learned The Incident created considerable excitement HEAVY ICE GORGE BROKE The Steamer Big Kanawha Sunk and Other Boats Damaged Mnysville Ky Feb 25Tbo heavy ice gorge In the Ohio river at this point was dislodged by the Kanawha river rise The steamer Big Kanawha was torn from her moorings tearing the larboard side oft the steamer Law rence anti taking the larboard fantail oft the steamer Tacoma The Big Ka nawha careened until It stove in the cabin upset setting fire to the boat which was extinguished beforo much damage wan done The boat floated down a quarter of a mile when the Ice tore a hole In the hull The Ka- nawha then sunk and tho Ice completely wrecked her The steamer Ta coma was pushed on to the shore and sprung a leak and it Is feared Is bad ly damaged COVINGTON MAN Lost His Suit Against the Defunct Investment Company Frankfort Ky Feb SlTho court of appeals affirmed the COM of Chas YokM vs J II Brtlon etc from Coy legion Yokes invested 1600 In the National Bond and Security Co to be paid back In coupon Installments Hkh the other Investment companies The company failed and Yokes sued Baton and others to recover his money on the ground that the company was a fraud and known to be when he was induced by misrepresentation to invest The lower court decided against Yokes and time higher court upholds the tower one- BISHOP WOODCOCK Formally Welcomed To Kentucky at a Banquet in Lexington Lexington Ky Feb 24Bishop Woodcock recently Installed at the heat of the Episcopal diocese of Ken tucky was given a formal welcome In this city at a banquet tendered by the cergy and laity of the diocese Two hundred guests participated and among the speakers to the toasts pre seated wore Bishop Woodcock DIsh op Burton Dean Baler P EiRev R R McCrcncTy of Dayton 0 Rev A C Chinn of Cincinnati and Rev P A McMillan of Covtngton SOUGHT AN OUTLET Flame Shot Up From a Hole In the Icy Covered Creek Carter Ky Fob 24In the crook which runs through the center of town made a loud hissing noise and a boll Ing Of time water up through tho ice occurred near the middle of tha stream Upon Investigation it was found that tho gas from tho unused gas well about 100 yards away had broken through and was seeking an outlet When u lighted match was put to the opening a bla o several tent high burned fiercely tho flame coming out from tho Ice Attempted Suicides Covington Ky Fob 23 William Kahan whoso wife conducts a roe taurant at 419 Scott street made an attempt to kill himself by taking carbolic acid Mrs Kakan procured his arrest Sunday John Montague Dead ML Sterling Ky Fob24Jdotmn Montague aged 70 years died at his home In thin city Ho was a member of time 14th Kentucky confederate car airy and a survivor of tho Johnstown Pa flood Noted Architect Expires Newport Ky Fob 25E P Wit son S3 one of time oldest and best known cltlsenH died at tho residence Of his daughter Mrs Joseph haw Highland avenue Fort Thomas aftpr n long Illness Mr Wilson wafe an architect and contractor Richardson Will Resign Frankfort Ky Feb 25Prison Commissioner JamoB B Richardson of Glasgow was here mud announced his intention to resign to take effect aoIgiven MANY CONVERSIONS A Remarkable Religious Revival Movement In Louisville lAulBVlllc Ky Fob 23 Louisville Is at present agitated by a remarkable religious revival movement Thus fay 4000 conversions have been announc ed and it Is confidently expected that thO close of the services on Sunday next will find that number doubled During the first week of the revival which began February 12 one thou sand persons professed Christianity and on Sunday last which was De cision day three thousand more de dared their faith But the most remarkable scenes wore witnessed Wednesday when tho ministers In chargo of the movement taking advantage of the holiday con ducted a day of prayer at the 24 points where revival services have boon In progress Many business houses and factories closed some for an hour or two and some for half a day at tho request of the ministers It was a common spectacle during the noon hour to see grave business men and their clerks scurrying along time street bolting their luncheons from their hands In order to have more time for tho prayer services Thou sands of employes who had but the noon hour to spare took their lunch boxes to the churches The attend anco figures show that 46000 people or onefifth of Louisvilles population attended the services and at many points largo numbers were turned away Time attendance Is tho more remarkable In vlow of tho fact that tho meetings were held especially for busy workers and the women anti home staying portion of tho city were requested to remain at home BREATHITT GRAND JURY Seven Men Including the Harglses and Ed Callahan Indicted Jackson Ky Feb 23Wlth the ox amlnatlon of Sebastian Williams the grand jury closed its Investigation of tho assassination of James Cockrill Indictments were found against the following parties James Hargte Alex Horgls Elbert Hargis Ed Calla han John Smith John Abner anti Jesse Spicer Judge Riddle and Com monwealth Attorney Roberts stated that no Indictments in tho Cockrill case would be permitted to bo filed In court until tho court of appeals had passed on the question as to whether Breathltt or Fayetto county has juris diction In this case A BOYS HEROISM It Prevented Babe From Being Burn ed To Death at Lexington Lexington Ky Fob 24A Juvenile hero was found here In Robert Rich ardson time tenyoarold SOn of C P Richardson Ho saved his twoyear old brother Willie from death by burn lug but was painfully burned himself The childs clothing caught fire from an open grate and Robert who was alone with him battled bravely with the flames until ho put them out Engagement Announced Versailles Ky Feb 26Tho en IderKansas City was announced 4Dr Alexander is the eldest son of the late A J Alexander and has been manager of the Woodburn estate since his fathers death No Action This Session London Ky Feb 25D C Ed wards who has peon In Washington for several weeks In tho Interest ot his contest against Hunter for a scat In congress reached homo He says tho commltteo family take any action on tho mauef Hefpre adjournment No Shortage Exists Paducah Ky Fob 24State In- Spector HInes has arrived and an In vestigation of the books of Sheriff Pot ter is under way Nothing has been given out by tho Inspector for publ cation but It Is said that no shortage exists tho Irregularities consisting of ovcrcollcctlon of taxes For the Kentucky River Frankfort Ky Fob 24A mass meeting presided over by Gov Beck ham was held and resolutions were adopted urging congress to Include In tho pending rivers and harbors bill an appropriation of about 400000 to complete the Improvoment of the Ken tucky river After Trading Stamp Concerns Newport Ky Fob 24At the meet ing of council Mr Sqhwelkert duced an ordinance making tho huslInest of trailing stamp misdemeanor and imposing a fine of from 625 to 6100 and confinement In the city Jail for not longer than 90 days Policemen Held To the Grand Jury Owonsboro Ky Fob 21 William Yates and James Rhodes until a few days ago inemboro of tho Owennfooro police force wore given examin fig trial before Judge Stlrmnn on the charge of robbery They were held to the grand jllrtl tIFatally Hurt In Art Explosion MndlsonvUIe Ky ro port received here from Providence Ky ays that as tar rem of a gas JIlllolI in the Sliii rock d mints near that place three tea h e been fatali wounded L I yI P Jk sTHECITIZEN FHI IIHH11HH 1H East End Drug Co IIBALBHS IN PtTBB DROOl AND MEDICINES See our Be and lOc counter A WONDER OP GLASS- WORK Come and look at the nicest 3 line of QUEENS WARS over lu DltroR We also onrrv a nice line oft FRRSR GROCERIES and o STAPLE ARTICLES at the j lowest pricos CALL AND SEE USt rRBBCRiroovs STWULTT H C WOOLF Prop 4+ HIHIMlK +1tH1 FOR SALE One good house and lot In the oast end of Berea located OB Prospect Street The house has five plastered rooms and two sealed wows A large garden spot and extra good Ona be bought right Also a small house and lot in Wai lacetou Ky with a good garden five mines weat of Berao Ky Taro churches and a sohoolhouso in sight For further partiouhrs call on E B WALLACE Phono 08 Berea Ky S McGuire is at all times thoroughly prepared torkmtlwitheyetroubles Your eyes eumiiied by the very best and latest optical instruments His work gives satisfaction for prices on all his work an right Lenses refitted within a few days after taking the order If you bare any defect of vision it will play you to look over his stock and receive correct treatme- ntOPTICIAN Berea Ky For Sale About ten or twelve build ing lots on the Louisville uud Nashville railroad ouo half mile from Bertn near Borea brick nnd tllfn fao tory in a fine locality and gm neighborhood Can bo- bought right For further particulars call on L B MOORE Berea Ky PUBLIC SALE The Undersigned will on Thursday March 9th at 10 oajock A M at tho late rest douoe or Wm M Adams deceased near Bores to Public Sale the following personal property of Wm Adams Sr deceased 1 family horse 1 much oow 1 year ling heifer 1 good 2 horse wagon 1 Randall harrow 1 marker 1 corn planter 1 A harrow 1 spring wagon 1 sub soil plow 2 turning plows double shovel plow 1 hill side plow 1 older mill 2 barrels 1 cutting box 1 wheat fan 1 grain cradle steelyard 1 onehorso wheat drill 2 grass seeders work bench aud tools dog chain corn sheller heating stove carpenter bench 2 ward robes 2 book cases 1 dining table small table rocking chair bureau 1 bedstead 1 featherbed press eto Terms made known on day of salo Mm CORAUB J ADAMI JOE A U18o E E ADAMS FOR SALE Some nice clover hay BO coats por hundrcddolhuredwhen not loss than ton is purchased Also 28 tons of nice Timothy baled hay 00 conbj d z hundred under similar condition SHELBY C Tucon Boroa Ky HHH M I 1t11fI1IttHHH IHHHIlHHKH1111Mi Eastern Kentucky News Ho corwgonaenee pobHibtd salsa sir ed in toll by the writer The name li not ttt pabliMtiM but ti to trUtnee of rood faith write plain- ly11t11i11IILLLLf tI1rtI1liiIIEItLIIIfJwtLtYiI MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Feb 27One of the most entertaining foatures of the MMOU wa the George Washingtons birthday reception given by Mrs Sallie Mar shnll at her residence on East Fourth Street Everything WM elaborately arranged and quit a number were attired ill Colonial costumes Everyone express theimelvee m having spout a very eujqyable Veiling Rev E A White redding elder of M E Church Ttmiclied an wble sermon for Her Wm J Price Sunday evening sHattie William whose critical illneaa ban been fm quently mentioned died Friday eve Her funeral was largely attended Sunday afternoon at the Bethel church conducted by Rev Price Itev D P Jones State organizer of the B Y P U was here last week and reorganized the Union of the Bethel church The offices are Miss Frances Strawdcr President lire Lucy Davia VicrPrpeident Mian Nannie Wood Secretary ail Mrs M E Jackson Treasurer Rev O A Nelson of the Plymouth Baptist churcH has Uen called to the pastorate of the Baptist church at Springfield OlioMIII Pheobe Lockridge of East Fifth Street is ill with tile grippe tree Vm Prig began a series of meetings Sunday evening Rev D P June preached a soul Miring sermon Monday evening OWSLEY COUNTY COW CREEK Feb 7Pttf Hacker the noted mule dealer of this place is out again Pete rays he stays fat and B Bolin of Evereol trouhleIBorn bya similar increase in his family At the above rote we will soon stand in need of another Columbus Messrs Frank Moore James and Willie Eversole attended a social given at Zach Moores on Meadow Creek FridayeveningRev E D Qabbnrd a preacher of no mean repute fills the appointment of Rev Jewel on Cow Creek Sunday Mar ried Mr Dillard Wilson and Mien Janetta Qablxird of Eversole young couple have the good willbteI of the entire community William Jennings of this place is rafting saw logs at the mouth of Cow Creek Tandy Frost says his hens dont lay for him when eggs are a good price Tandy try Pratt s Poultry Food Charley Everaole of this place is aaaistaut cashier of the Citizens Bank of IIydenButUerB- ullock of is on the sick lilt MADISON COUNTY BARE KNOB Feb 28R L Richardson and family visited relatives in Berea Sunday W M PIt in this vici nity looking wit a location for his fattier who expects to return shortly frdsn HRinilton 0 with the rest of lilt family John Witt nod family are ooiltejuplnllii going to Iowa Ulitveelt4t Dowueu WM in JroH Sutitidftj alai SiirKlay Itntlt Bieknell IMW bean quite ill for a W daysAlien Ohihria Lakeviite her brotlior 0 M Payne M Clear creek Friday Miaaen Mails Pojuler and Maggie Brewer of Began visited the Misses Lake Sunday The sick folks at J W Lake are able to be CamilIda enroute for lliinoig After two weeks vacation Miw Ella Iake has returuod to her school at Rookfottl C L llfuieon of Berea was at tub pkca looking over timber last Thurwlny P S Calahan of Rock fordwas in hems Sunday- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Feb 2iMr sad Mr J J Martin visited Win Rich situ family Sun day Misses Annie and Mattie McGuire visited V It Martin Sunday Mrs W H Stephens ud little daughter Ethel May have been visiting liomefolks on Davis Branch for a few days There will be preaching at Scaffold Cane Saturday and Sundity Misaee Bessie and Nora Liiiville visited May Todd Sunday Mrs John Linville is very sIck at this writing W T Linville wont to Boron Monday on business W II Stephens and J W Todd wont to Climax Tuesday on businoas Robert Abneyof Disputanto visited Roy Martin Sunday Mine Vurgio Martin visited Roocie Todd Saturday uigltMr and Mrs II C Roulott visited J S Waddle and family Sunday Mrs Lou Cook who bus been siok is no bettor Bert Martin visited Troy Rich Sun day JACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK Feb 27 Married on tho 26th Thomas Eversole and Mica MORE Alonrii ROT J W Potions offiofot ing Mr Eversole served in the Cuban war and when he roturuet purcluiaed a nice little homo on South Fork where vo hope the couple will spend many yaara Rev Parson preached here Sntur day and Sunday There was alargo attendance It also lied about seven office seekers to preach oil time outside of the church house Qneor how Inept lore their fellowmen just before ah election isnt itMr Mrs J E Parsons visited Mrs II II Fowler Sunday They will o to their home near Bereft Chnrlee Click did come again to Mr Kcileya of courseMr Norris of ItJdnnoiul spent Thursday night at II II Fowlers JACKS FOR SALE I have seven good Jack a11 broken and ready for service WUJ sell cheap or exchange for other stuck J W nnumoK P 01Vhitea Station Stock Farm 8 mile north of here M Havo You Wood for Sale Persons wishing to make cottlracta for supplying the Collegn wood for the coming year should apply at once to the Treasurer must be 4 feet long free Iran decay saprot and charred pieoaa no Minus accepted leas titan 3 incites thick and earllMT J OaaoaNK Treasurer Kentucky State News COUNTY CORONERS President W Q Freet of Berea Col lege Criticized Them Lexington Ky Marsh 1la itla fu neral oration over the body of Miss Becrie Flaaery at Derea Ky Dr W 0 Pro president of Ifcrea college xt res4 his belief that the college girt lad not committed suicide sad critlclxed the coroner for Instructing the Jury to find such a verdict Tina young woman was sn advanced sad popular student Death resulted from carbolic acid taken during the absence of her roommate The coroners Jury exhonerated the roommate and the matron of the dormitory Dr Frost said he believed that the young wom an took the acid by mistake for some medicine He criticized coroners Iu general for assuming jurisdiction ot a court of last resort and imputing the motive and intent of selfmurder to defenseless dead FIRE IN A POLICE STATION It Was Damaged To the Extent of Several Thousand Dollars Lexington Ky March tThe Lax Ington police station was damaged to the extent of several thousand dollars and rendered uninhabitable by fee U originated la the bath room sad the whole top of UM building waa Hi enmM wlteR ileeevsrsd Horses sad vehicles were awed and prlsootw were traaafami to the county MIL Teinporary qoatten for the pciMo oeaxt and offlrfate win have to be pew vided nail UM talUlac has been re Moved TaWBg advantage of the jweewwo of the police at the are two highwgyi met held up It L Corbin a street ear conductor on his way home He ra dated and waa cut In several places by one ot the men before he could ea capo WOELFEL BOUND OVER He Is Charged With Shooting Presi dent R C Stewart Oovingion Ky March tGeorp Voelfel former Ettperintendent of the Stewart iron works who shot Presi dent It C Stewart In the company once at Madison avenue and 17Ui street on February 16 was bound over to the grant jury by county Judge Stephens his ball being flzad at 2600 Ills attorneys Price Wit liams declined to put In a plea and contended that their client II mentally Incapable of making a defense to the criminal charge Charles A Thompson s Will HopWnsvilie Ky March IThewill of the late Charles A Thompson was probated lie devised all his es tats to the PMellty Trust and Safety Vault CoM of Louisville as trustee for has daughter Mrs Prank H Uauett and her children The estate is esti mated at 00000 After Mose Feltner Jackson Ky March 1Tho case of Moso Feltner charged with murder woe called In Jhe Dreathltt circuit court and continued till next Monday on account of the defendants absence C J Sewoll w8 appointed special bat lift to go to Clark county and arrost the deencmnt DESTRUCTIVE FIRE Property to the Yaluo of a Half a Million Dollars Destroyed ill East Liverpool WORST BLAZE IN ITS HISTORY ItMhMtor Pa Stculicnvllle and AVoilsvIlle Sent Firemen and Ap paratus to the Scene weepThe Square Diamond and Mulberry Alleys Fifth Avenue and Market Street Com pletely Cleaned Out Rut Liverpool 0 March IThO third destructive blaze hero this win ter and by far the worst fire in the history of Rwrt Liverpool broke out It 7 oclock anti by midnight when the flmmm had pined control six fine buildings and puny smaller ono were In MOM white others wore conctod or damaged by water onus lag a total km oC more than halt a mlllloo dollars The blase started In the shoe More of w II lapse In Market street sail upload with rapidity Nunierowi bual ness office were burned out The flume spread so rapidly that It was quickly recognised that the Bast Liv erpool lire company would be unable to huftl the fire and other town were appealed to Iloeheeter Pa Steiibenvllle and Weltevtlte sent firemen sal apparatus The 2S flreraeo front Rochester with their equipment came on a special train of throe Oat tan The square bounded by Dla mond and Mulberry alleys Fifth ave nue sad Market street was oowpIU Ijr cIcttMd out not a builUInx being left standing The Ire leaped across both alleys aad buildings on the oppo site aides were destroyed or damaged Scarcely oar of tins oocujtanU of the buildings harmed saved say funiUh tags of vales Electric Lights Shut Off OB accorat of the danger to fire men from live wires the electric lights were shut off and the etty was without light save that furnished by burning buildings IMF blocks around the fire however the streets were as light as day It Is believed that If It bad not been for the prompt arrival of the Rochester Wellsvltle and Stmbenrllle departments Ute satire bMineoa Mo tion of the city would have bees de strayed ICMCtly how the fire started is not known Among the heavy leases whiM are In most uses covered by Insurance are Milllgaa Hardware and Supply eo one threestory brick building aad one sixstory brick building with their content 10000 A 8 Young owner of the Boston dry goods store 10 000 W butsky lima dry pod t tore 40000 siCongressman Gee P Iklrt fourstory building 10000 Buckeye club 21000 Fraternal Or der of Ragles and other lodges anJ labor unions 20000 0 It Paltlson Jewelry 10000 Yates novelty store 10000 DendbetBa shoe 11000 W H Oass shoes 16000 The other ton range from 1000 down to 100 CORBETTNELSON FIGHT Battling Nelson Practically Knocks Corbett Out In Ninth Round San Francisco March 1 Battling Nelson of Chicago made Young Car bett of Denver appear the poorest tyro at the fighting gate when he practically knocked him out In he mddfc of the ninth round In order to son their man a complete knock tot the seconds tossed up the sponge AJw man who twice met Terry Mo Govern was not in it with the young Dane at any stage of the game In the srty part of that fight on several ocetistons he straightened Nelson up with rights and lefts on the Jaw but what It oama to following his advent age swings voro wliJ Ho seemed to be overanxious whine Nelson at all than was cool and confident TIle seventh round when It appear ed Ita It Corbett was practically gone ho showed a flash of his old time speed and landed several severe punches on Nelsons ribs and jaw The Virginia Mines Birmingham Ala March 1omore bodies were recovered from Vir ginia mines and the total remains at 101 Rescuers say It will bo SC hours before any more can be recovered because of accumulated water A Brewery Fire New Orleans March IThe Week erllng brewery part of the New Orleans Brewing association plant was destroyed by fire The cause Is un known some alleging an explosion The loss is 200000 Mysterious Murder In Chicago Chicago March ITho body of an unidentified woman was found lying on the sidewalk in front of 5529 Mon roe avenue In time aristocratic section of Hydo Iarlc She had unquestiona- blY been murdered Judge Kyle Resigned Montgomery Ala March LJudge Osceola Kyle who is hero announces that ho has resigned as Judge in the Panama zone to be effective at the expiration of his present leave of ab sence Caught In An Ice Floe Seattle Wash March IIt Is now bollevod that tho steamship Tacoma was caught by the ArcUo ice floes while en route to Vladivostok Carriage Satisfaction Here I Our Vehicles are every ono FLAWLESS In wheel body fiuish and trimmings No other sort could give the nntUfnctlon our than HERE No bettor time to t uy than NOW Prices down to Rook bottom Qualities up to Topnotch We repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS PropRJhmo ICy Nerve Fag If You Waste Your Nerve Energy After Awhile You Will Suffer For Its You en waste nerve by txeeis ovOTvnwk worry nnxUly eta You can waken rounwif by net eating proper toed or securing uOkWot rent to raew the ncrv encrcr yet WM up Tu propr tnatimat la adUUMn to toot play natb feed such M wbelo meal broad t rfnr a cereals etc IsI Dr MUM noMoratlve Nervtne TAM ta as truly a brain and nenr toad a any coat you eewhl rift and be olden fymtabw strength sal ef Its own which goes t8 tile weakened Henro lHi and oolo It to rtjcttta Dr linen HHarltve Nnrlfio ta a re frwhtac rwtMMas tonic food mdlda rat tile bmln and MTVC It rteeitmrmci womwtt terra USMM and Alls your IMBMM bract with MW rue sad view Dr Mile tfenrVto haM made M many tiurrWutu ear of peep w sick tho doctor thought they were Incurable that It Ki today Ute standard moMdiio la Many theiMiadc ef Amorloua horn TIM ANt bettle to cnaraiil d to h Jp yen or draseeH return your essay TIle xirorao heat mere anaarentsad latOMM meital train IncMrnt to tho hjahli r bursar has rau4 tw to Mwor aortrouoaiM sad Iftaom thatrhavery saUafcetory ult to th troot tense tIMN sffonlloaa lam now on Mia ttle ad waS riend resptact haw siL t I poreS nnaIC L PAtBt Aet Cub r SUU flank Toxaroaca Ark FREEWrtt to tie for Pa TI aof Or MHW An ttOfyou your e t tat Ie W IN4o LABOIUTOIU DR 1LIUTAAIND Durable repaint bought th- eMeat Shop Massey UatnStreet CommieItl trlatn1tmtI Bros CASH WORTH COST GOOD LIBERAL PRICES SETTLE Depot Phone n aItl1I HHHHHHHrH II 11111111 111111 HIJHII II t Learn Arbuckle Simmons SPECIAL WINTER SALE pays to sacrifice profits business policy that always with goods hero thing bright Seasonable Reasonable money a Selections Complete o o o 0 o Arbuckle SimmonsRICHMOND KY H 111111111 HEALTH pepbODWa It la tb family for over two the of not bad a doctor In the length of tlm It U a doctor In and to a on and happyrJ J ck Because medicine relieves stomach pains frees constipated invigorates torpid liver weak kidneys No DOCTOR is necessary home Iskeptcountry miles from healthforyears nessdysprpemacolds ThedfonlsI i vcr blood diarrhooa alimentocCAuse liver so nearly con hea- lthTHEDFOHD3 LAIt DRAUGHt Buggiesr PhaetonsRunabouts q Trapsi GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish 1 giveNo We have Known ns R D Moat Store on will fresh test on laud all the time nail see us fair Your is Durham Main Street Boron uu S14OOGQ O- FSiioesClotuing AT WHOLESALE STOCK ALL LINES Ai P Jr Street 10 t to buy at We believe it do moro t is this keeps us the nov seasons no old stock every clean new and We know wo CAn save you may bo good deal Mako 6from our Lines 0 11111 I IH lot 111111111111111111 111I HH Drkucht hTe used yian with bait renlta htva bone for that hold always ready mate pei will AMEU UAJLL this great the bowels and and cued in the where phyii Black and trol the the antI Mare for trade Ky and first PRODUCE 4 CHICKENSGEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at top notch prfcea by j J S GOTT Depot Street Berea Ky For Sale A now 2 story framo House B rooms second House on Jackson Street On 100 foot lot Has good barn and never failing well and Hue gardenWill give purchaser the but of iterma For information call oa or address H MUNOY r Phone G7 Bens IEyi