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Digital page images are linked to the text file. oJIJAJJHH BEREA PUBLISHING L C HINMAN Manager Etttatd at fottoffltt al Berw Ay ai ebui man matkr i1I1I111tI1Hi1III1tI U w VOL VI A Family Papor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 9 1905 One dollar a year NO Ir POINTED PARAGRAPHS From Uia ClilMco New Theres usually room nt the top of n mans Load for moro hnlr An n rule thuro nro no strays handy for n drowning man to clutch at Fully nhiotonlhfl of tho conceit in this world Is monopolized by men uudur forty Soma than fail to reach the allot tel three Bcoro and tun years Ixjcausc thoy attempt to crowd two days into ono FROM THE WIDE WORLD In the battle now raging the Russians are said to have lost 80000 mon and tilt Japanese 10000 Tho wulcomo accordinl Gun Sloes salon his return to St Petersburg was far from a popular demon Hlrntion Hoar Admiral Stirling will he sue eroded in command of the Asiatic licet on March 23 by Rent Admiral W M Folger IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Now Orleans in in gafa dress for tho Mardi Oraa It in said Secretary Shaw will 1nt1ro from trio Cabinet in February 1WKJTlio total coinage at the United Stale taints for thu month of Febru ary was 5001110 It In stated that the United States Stool Corporation ift preparing to raise tho wages of John II Rengan the last surviving member of tho Con rlloro to Cabinet in dead at his homo in Iulustino Tox Roprofiuntalivo Kehoo of Ken tucky rntroduoed in tho Houno a rvHolution for the annexation of Panama Dr Lymnn Ikcchor Sorry In an maylivefifty yours A dozen now buildings involving an oxpondlluro of uptvnnl of ton million dollars will ho erected by the Univorflily of Chicago HurTrvr CJUTU 1niiiiJlt ilykiJ 1ItSt1 Louis watt demolished by ice flOOR in tho harbor Tho dyke was construct wl al a cost of 200000 In Iho year 1104 thoro wore 87 lynching in the United Status thu yoar before there wore 100 So wo cnn BOO they aru diminishing Secretary tIny has formally an nounwd that tho United Status lion no iiilontlon of annexing or other wise acquiriugjlayti or San Domingo Tho Btoamor Delta owned by tho Arkansas River Packet Company was burned to tho waters edge at Hay wnnl Island The boat was valued at 75000 Tho now Cunard ocean liner tho Caronin arrived at Now York yester ongorromand cent carry a full complement of 3100 persona Tho HOIIHO passel tho bill appro printing 250000 for Government participation in trio Jamestown Ex- Position Tho measure occasioned n spirited delrato nod as the roll call progressed it looked very much as If the necessary two thirds vote would not Iw secured Tho Virginia dole gation exerted every effort to secure votes and it was only through per sonal appeals to various mombera that n two thirds majority was secured Later tho bill passed tho Senate COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY FoundryCompany in JolTiTHonvillo employing twelve ndrtdmen Tho State Capitol Commission mot nt Frankfort Architect Andrews said that work of erecting tho Capitolwill begin by Juno 1 Time President and tho Senate confirmed the nomination of Urutia J Clay of Richmond Ky to bo United Slates Minister to Switzor laud Louisvilles population is now 2toaCOrdlllg to n careful estimate following the annual inves ligation by tho Cnron Directory Company Chief Engineer Breed has nearly completed plans for n big newer to drain South Louisville It will ho- five miles long and tho estimated cost is about 1000000 Twentyseven wells were com pleted in the lower division of tho Kentucky oil Hold last month and In that number there wore but five dusters Oil has been discovered in over fifty counties in this State H H4THE CITIZEN FILIPINA WATER CARRIER IN MANILA As there Is no water In Manila houses save In those of the rich n common light In a picturesque young Flllplna on her way to draw water for household purposes from the mains In the street When the police are not looking men and children go out in tho streets draw water from the mains and pour It ovor themselves mid call the proceeding taking a bath DR P CORNELIUS Sends in Account of His Journeying I will begin with rotating my ox periences on the way down The cold continued nearly the same until wo crowed the Tennessee river in Alabama thou limo ice began to thaw off tho oar window so that wo could sod out but thosuow lasted nearly to the Florida lino About fourteen miles below Birmingham the train como to n sudden step Looking out ono could see n wide deep hollow bigfillJiBil slipped UtfQwlng tint trunkout of lino The man Uslofftack anti take another route After reaching PoiiBacola thoqtioatlon came Will I continuo my trip on Sunday or shall I stop over till Monday fftIGUOKO the latter and was rewarded thereby for the tmin I would hero gonuon hud I chosen the former hind n bend on collision up the lino and tore up things in general Continuing my journey on Monday and Tuesday I reached Hivor Junction Now tho question come whether it would be host to stay at Hirer Junction or go on to Live Oak I choso the former in this case and early noxt morning news came that tho big hotel nt which I would have stopi ed burned during tho night After this things in front kept more quiet and I continued my trip through northwestern Florida thence back and across southern Ge orgia to near the east coast and south by the way of Jacksonville to this lit the town of Aubttrndalo Passing through the state of Florida ono is impressed with tho hundreds and thousands of tourists three fourths of whom have gray or white hair All in search of tho fabulous fountain Some wore lame n great number rather deaf After thinking about these people I began to wonder what I was In search of and it came to mo in a tiny or two that it was n laud that would have delighted Rip Van Winkle a laud of sleep and dreams except that since Rips days they have added a few things calculated to save us nil from total oblivion viz the sand fly tho alligator mosquito etc If I wako up in time shall try to visit my friends again nlxnit March 15 at which time will write coucoring tho products of this country Auburudalo Fin March 4 1905 BIG FIRE IN CEDAR RAPIDS A Loss of 1500000 Two Lives Are Known To Be Lost Cedar Rapids la March STho plant of tho American Cereal Co tho largest of its kind In tho world com prising two entlro blocks of brick and Iron structures was destroyed by fire with tho exception of a small group of storage and packing rooms Tho loss Is estimated at HJWOOOO with insur ance of nearly 1000000 Two parsons aro known to have lost their lives In tho fire Joe Ilolltngsworth was blown out of tho building Into the street by an explosion 1T lB feared that sgvoral others lost their lives but this Is not definitely known A man who was seen at a window foil back into tho flames MIGHTY CONFLICT Time Battle of Mukden Will Go Down in History With Lino Yang LONG LIST OF RUSSIAN DEFEATS Unable to Hold Mukden Gen Kuro patkln Has Began the With drawal of Ills Troops Fighting of a Fierce Nature Took Place on a Front Fourteen Miles Long on a Line With the Shakhe River St Petersburg March SThnt tho battle of Mukdon will go down In history with Llao Yang In the long list of Russian defeats is the almost uni versa belief in pessimist St Petors burg which has forgotten the moaning of tho word victory Tho war of fico does not admit that the Issuos of tho great battle which already ox coeds in magnitude of operations and losses that of Shakhe has boon decid ed although It Is positively stated In high quarters that Kuropatkln has tel ographed to Emperor Nicholas that it will bo Imposslblo to hold Mukden and that tho withdrawal of tho army northward has already boon begun Everything now probably depends on Gen Kuropalkins reserve While Japanese hurled themselves forward at every point Tuesday their main en orgies were behind tho blow west and southwest In an attempt to envelop the Russian right and drive a wedge through tho lino at Madzyapu but Gen Kuropatkln seems to havo boon ablo successfully to change front on tho lino of his shaUerod right aligning from northwest to southeast to pro tact the railroad to Mukdon and at nightfall It was reported ho was pray tically holding all his positions At ho same Umo ho was drawing in and shortening his lino to tho southeast Both Sides Are Exhausted Both sides are terribly exhausted by ton days of continuous fight and all tho correspondents at the front Inti mate that tho Issuo must bo definitely decided Wednesday- At tho military clubs hero Gen Ku ropatkln is already regarded as boat en tho only Question being his ability to execute a retreat Mukdon March 8 Fighting of tho fiercest nature which Is likely to de side tho fate of tho battle which has boon In progress for ton days began at dawn Tuesday and has continued uninterruptedly all day on a front 14 miles long west of tho railroad and on a lino with tho Shakho river Tho Japanese also have made a aesporato attack on Bentslaputze and reports are arriving hero that fighting was renewed Tuesday morning on tho ox treme loft of tho Russian army Doth sides aro fighting with desperation to tho westward though tho troops are well nigh exhausted Tho Issue of tho battlo may depend largely on tho relative physical condition of tho rank and file In Its main features tho combat Is vory much llko that at Llao Yang and If tho Russians should bo ablo to crush tho flanking force vie tory may bo regarded as won Tho losses In tho ten days of battle on both sides aro already far greater than wero tho casualties In tho battle of Llao Yang and ore likely to In crease as tho days pass before tho Is- IU2llltun1 ri sided SUBWAY STRIKE The Service on trio Roads While Not Tied Up Was Badly Crippled BUT VERY LITTLE DISORDER On the East Side New York Practic ally No Attempt Was Made to Institute a Service One Collltlon In Which 29 Persona Were InjuredMayor McClellan Often Himself as a Mediator To Settle Differences Kcw York March SNew Yorks transit facilities wero almost pars lyzed when COOO employes of tho In torborough Rapid Transit Co went out on strike on tho L roads and subway The men demand a change In tho physical examination of motormen and shorter hours and 10 per cent c lase In pay for other employes With ono collision In which 29 per sons were Injured Now York passed through tho first day of tho general strike on Its rapid transit system Beyond this accident and some minor casualties duo to tho abnormal condi tions tho sum total of tho day was annoyanco and vexation to a million or more people usually dependent upon tho Intorborougha lines for transportation to and from their busl ngs So far thoro tins been llttlo disorder Sporadic encounters between Individuals some bad language and tho action of a few hoodlums In throwing missiles at passing elevated trains tells this phaso of tho strike Tho annoyanco to tho multitude was Increased by a wet snow which began tailing Run on Irregular Schedules Service on the elevated roads and subway while not tied up was crippled and badly crippled at that Trains wore run on irregular sched ules In the underground beginning with the early morning but tho ole vated linos did not faro so well On the east side practically no attempt was made to institute a service while fto Sixth and Ninth avonuo lines which servo tho west side worn run In a fashion woefully Inadequate iIn tack tho elevated system of the IritorborouKha Uzwa was pretty well paralyzed Tho companys entire on orgy seemed to be directed to an ef fort to maintain service In tho sub way and in this It was partially suc cessful Strike Breaker Fancy and his crow of 700 or 800 men were thrown into tho tunnel officials of tho company gave this system their personal attention and an enormous number of policemen were detailed to tho trains and stations The at tempt to run express trains was aban doned early In the day All Available Men Put To Work Every available man was put on tho locals and a fairly good schedule was maintained during tho evening rush hours until tho accident at 23d street took plane This upset things but after strenuous efforts they wero straightened out and a service was re sumed on a headway of from five to seven minutes Tho accident at 23d street was In tho nature of a rearend collision due It Is sold to tho Inex poricnco of tho men on tho trains Two cars had their sides smashed in there was a panic among scores of passengers of tho Injured 15 wore so severely hurt that they had to bo sent to the hospitals Mayor George B McClellan late In the afternoon reached tho conclusion that transportation conditions had as sumed such a serious aspect that it would bo necessary to bring tho two factions to somo speedy agreement Ho accordingly addressed a letter to both the iterborough and Amalga mated Association offering his services to act as mediator arbitrator or in any capacity in which ho might bo Instrumental In affecting an adjust ment of the existing differences so that tho complete operation of their railroads may bo resumed at once TAKING TESTIMONY The Case Brought Against the A T 8 F Railway Co Topeka Kan March 8C C Cole man attorney general and Frank B Monnett attorney for the state oil producers began taking testimony hero In tho caso brought against tho Atchison Topeka Santa Fo Railroad Co In Chautauqua county Tho notion against tho railroad company is based on tho charge that it is violat- Ing the state antitrust laws Iron Works Damaged By Fire East St Louis March STho plant of tho Missouri Malleable Iron Co on 15th street was damaged by fire to the extent of 100000 Much valuable machinery was destroyed For somo time tho entire plant has been idle Fire In Madison Square Garden New York March SFlre was discovered In Madison Square garden a short Umo after tho thousands who had been attending the sportsmens show and the audience in tho garden theater had loft tho building Loss Sixteen Departments Eight Pages 8uWONDERFUL GROWTH a Capital and Liability 50000 DURING the past threeIyears our experienced a ful growth Notwithstanding this favorable condi disposedto yourbusiness employedinness are as thorough and complete as we know how to make them Berea Banking Company J J MOORE Pros W H PORTER Cashier DIRECTORS- J Burdcttc J J Moore J E Johnston T J Osborno J W Dinsmoro P Cornelius- E T Fish W F Kidd- torovoroKorotrot ostorovorors o rorotoro rororororat o o t- oI 0 Read this Read this I a o o IJ o 0 There are several reasons why you J should buy your furnishings at o 0 THE NEW CASH STORE a 0 I0 SJo- a 2Because they have an uptodate line to select from o o 10 cJ03Because they sell for cash and you dont have to byoiii 0 Iso o 1JJru see usa 0 o- o t I The Store r fioC C RHODUS PROP BEREA KY o IJorto o o coSeoSto okoltoko o7eoil onoStoltoltoaolto o oltoao olto I RICHMOND GREENHOUSES IPhone 188 Richmond Ky Out Flowers IDesigns and Blooming Plants W WJSJS to+opod o +o +o +o +od o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o +o+o +o +o +o +o +ot 1 THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON o ooo FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING + 0- o + Take a Look Through Our Stock 6 + It will surprise you how woll and how reasonably we can o 9 supply your wants u o IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD + o New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sowing Machines 1l5t30 and 35 worth W 60 and f65 + 0 + ORTJTOHER EVANS tJoplin Old Stand Richmond Ky nT Phony 73 fIlM Phone 47Cfl 0 O +O +O +O +O +O +O+ o+O +o+O +O +O +oIo +o + 0+0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0+0 +c MAMMAS DIRL ivy night when nlmdoivi fly And the housework IB put by And shuteyed I sit and dream atreaIlStOtIn some field of long ago Then I wonder wearily If the prevent hold for tae halt the joys of other days Half the gladncM of old ways And sometime my eyeu are wet With a halt forgot regret Then cone i romping II to me And upclambers on my knee Such a blueeyed laughing sprit As put weariness to flight Such as makes the protest seem More then yeeterday a dream Of sweet thing and so I smile Oer regrets of otherwhllc And she says and tweets a curl I am mammas baby dtrll And the white I bleee my lot Whisper Mamma had fordotl I had not forgot ah no Memory refit sometime go Down the ways we tread to trend Ways with wondrous Mossotae spread It It not that we regret These old ways we dont forget It is just that laughter rang lust that lilting wild birds sang Oer those ways of yesteryear That still makes their mtmry dear Hut Im happier today Than I was down any way That my young feet used to tread Skies are bluer overhead And today bird slag more dear Than did birds of yesteryear- I have got you by my side Bocnyhalred and wMa eyed You who clamber to my knee Yon whose laugh is full of gl- And Im happy happy Yes Glad for ev ry sweet caress Por each dimpling smile and curl Thankful for my baby dlrl J M Lewis In Houston Post The Iron BrigadeA OF TilE POTOMAC By GEN CHARLES KING Autr d aormuad4re CIIDiliit r rnrrrxtatbpr- rtRb4190hrUWIxmaghsn Co CHAPTER XIIL CONTIXDBD Ills bIg boy Hector was groomln1 hawse and from this point would lend him on up the oait face of the range until near the Hodgman lie Knew that country well whereas old Lan dH not and the latter had to hurry hone so that he might show fluent t l f THon place as usual Miss Uosall lad ordered that too They would anything In the world for l1ero fr tIle doctor And ro care more but in broad clayllgi + no A and well up along the heights the game at last In view of the fiMie mountain road that pierced he range Jacksons runway horn the Siinaodoah down to Qor ilonsvlUe and here again Fred lurked in hld1 vhlle Hector scrambled down ntII to try the pass Ten Oluk had come before h oc- tcr 1aIIafed bigeyed panting There WPH 280 soldiers to the west of the Gap digging forts a squad in very farmhouse along the road and Jibout as much chance of a Yankee officer crowing In daylight as there was of a needles eye nglttln Into heaven Hector had been piously taught ahsome time In his life and now he looked at the blue and the brass buttons In dismay Benton thought It over The guard were to come for him at six and long fro this had discovered his escape Pursuit and search would of course be made Anybody own bloodhounds around Charlottesvllle he asked and Hector said No Still Dan had gone back Dan might be lashed and tortured until he revealed what lie knew such things had happenedand the sooner Denton reached the upper wa ters of the Ilappahannock and secure hiding places back of Warronton known to Hector the bettor It would lie for himfor all He doubted not that by noon couriers would come gal loping out from Gordonsvlllo telling of his escape and ordering guards and sentries on the lookout everywhere alcrte the Gap Not a second to lose He sprang to the saddlebags and began a search What had occurred to him would probably have occurred to her and It was Miss Rosalie Dan affirmed who packed them With eager hands Denton pulled at the contents ofJ the ncarmost a mask of brandy from the doctors store towel handkerchiefs sponge soap comb and brush socks shirt and un derwear Jacks of course and probably a tight lit small tin boxes con taming ground coffee sugar and other things no time to examine now Then came a shout from Hector rummaging on the other side and over the broad back of Marge Pelhams old Pyramus came a worn gray sack coat and waist coat of Richmond make and pinned to the lapel a scrap of paper on which in pencil appeared in Roman char acters not script these words Map and spectacles In coat pocket Small pistol also Look out for federals about Warrenton In less than half an hour a tall pale faced sludious looking young man in spectacles slouch hat and wpm sack coat of Bray thrown loosely over a slung right arm with a darkbrown Loree a doctors saddlebags and a darkey follower on a nondescript nag turned deliberately from a mountain path and took the highway to the east ward A few rods further tho road twisted to the left and brought him In view of a mountain cabin where a quad of soldiers la queerlooking frock coats of dingy gray were fllUtm r their canteens Another of their number sick and dejected was squatting on the steps his sallow face tho pie turn of woo Gawt any physic that will cure tho cawllc dawktuht drawled a suntanned young fellow In sergeants stripes and the doctor reined in studied the patient attentively one moment then swung out of sad dle and stepped to his side lie grave ly felt the pulse and glanced at the coated tongue fumbled a minute at the saddlebags stirred a compound Into a stone china cup that stoodby tho trough a compound whereof powdered sugar spring wafer and spirits vial galllcl wero tho sole in gredients and in three minutes had tho satisfaction of seeing the light of reviving interest In life in the dull oyos of tho Invalid and receiving the plaudits of half a doien wouldbe pa tients Gladly would they have held him though from no hostile Intent as with apparent serenity yet with thump Ing heart ho rode away He had heard enough to make U expedient that ho should move at once Youre the first dawktuh weve seen since wo left home copt those In the army sub said the young sergeant Guess they need em all Youre not Virginian then haz arded Benton as ho was mounting No suh Fifteenth Alabama Trim bles brigade sub We blong down at Gawdnsvllle but they sent a few com panies out this way lost night Know any of tho Eleventh queried Denton rashly yet thinking it not un wise to display some knowledge of the southern service = Lieut Ladue of Mobile ho continued at a venture Not many sub Theyre all with Gen Longstreet and Anderson down toward Yohktown Lieut Ladue aint said the sick man uplifting his sallow face Hes on Gen Ewolls staff made me ride his hawse this mornln an he aint a mil away this minute CHAPTER XIV THROUGH TUB MBSII OF TUB FOR Late that evening two tired steeds wero painfully struggling up a stony winding pathway among the heights at the headwaters of the Hazel Dodg- Ing hamlets and settlements fording branch after branch of tho Rapid an keeping over to the woodpath and byways Freds black guide at last had landed him in a sheltered nook among the hills just as darkness settled downThen away went Hector to refill the canteen and get such news as he could It was late near nine oclock when he SWIFTLY FAILING came back ladenoats for the horses corn dodgers for their riders and big news for Fred The Yankees were pushing forward in heavy columns along the Rappahannock moving per haps on Culpepor They could be off at dawn and work eastward until they fell in A7lth tho Yankee cavalry that ought to be out on tho right flank of McDowells advance Hector had a friend who could baw a mule and meet them at the ford of the Thorn ton back of Sperryvllle and show a way to the Hedgman After that If Hector was to go back Denton would have to shift for himself And so wearied yet refreshed and full of hope Fred Denton slept until aroused by the din of dogs among the farms below them It was just at the chill of the earliest dawn Far down among the scattered settlements there came floating quick stirring and spirited the soft trumpet notes of the cavalry reveille played just as he had heard it played four successive morn togs on that ambulance Journey to the railway Now what could this mean but that the squadron had bivouacked far out on their flank fair north too of the confederate positions below the Rapldun and was scouting these mountain bypaths perhaps In search of him To Robertson and men of his rank the game might not be worth the candle but there was that strangely vindictive fellow Lounsberry armed with power to order hither and yon Rousing Hector be told him of tho new danger and the darkys eyes bulged In their sockets lie was up and well scared in less than no time and taking Benton glass disappeared among the rocks and trees up the hillside to the west There was a look out he said In the branches of an oak from which much of thocountry could be seen to thin southeast It was full 20 minutes later and just after Ben ton had heard the distant signal boots and uaddlen from the same trumpet when he came scrambling down No tlmn for coffee no time for feeding or rubbing the horses he said Like as not these troopers would be out searching lIvery bypath He had seen them doing that after the first Bull Run when a dozen Yankee prisoners broke away from the cars at night and skipped for the mountains They had all but two of them back Inside of 12 hours Hurriedly saddling Hector then aided his charge to matt t than again led the way crooked and dn vlous through all manner of scrub and tangle threading ravines skirting clearings and creeping over higher toward the crest until the foothills at last were left far below Then on again northward and so tortuous was their way so many wore tho halts making on a bee line little more than a mile an hour they bored through the wilder ness until late In the afternoon a bare projecting ledge they their first unlmpe led view of the eastward and saw tho North Fork tha Hedgman like a silver thread That night the moon stood high to ward the xenith By midnight It would sink behind the Blue Ridge and Benton ordered forward while tho faint light lasted despite Hectors demurrer They must try to cross tho Hedgman while tho moon served then hldo In the woods on the further shore until tho dawn of another day A scrambly ride was that to the low lands but toward ton oclock they struck a wood path and began to stir the dogs of scattered homesteads lit the foot hills A sudden turn of the path brought them to the edge of a cleared field and In view of a scattered shed or two Then came double chal lenge First the Impudent snarl and dash of a brace of back country mongrels then the stern Halt than Dis mount of a oavalry vedotte starting from the shadow of a clump of stunt ed trees not 60 feet away Before Hector limp and trembling could slip to earth In obedience to tho order Bentons hand was on his arm lugging him back Into saddle while his heels made vigorous play Stoop low you tool and follow he swore between Ills set teeth as he whirled his horse about and at plunging gallop tore westward again by the way they came A shot rang out A bullet wont whining Into tho shrubbery but be fore the solitary sentry could reload or the men from the picket reach him Benton and Hector were 400 yards away back along the wood path and Reading through the darkness for the higher refuge of tho kills Unwitting ly they struck a northwardbending path at an unseen fork and there as no sound of pursuit reached them Ben ton bade Hector cease his terrific heel Ing of his horses ribs and gladly enough the halfblown boasts came down to heaving walk The Ill luck that had led them Into the outermost picket of the confederate force turned to blessing when near midnight they found themselves at an unguarded reach of this faraway branch of the Rappahannock and the thirsting horses eager for drink found their own ford to the other shore Toward noon their startled wen caught the sound of boofbeate on the hillside and there eats shambling In to sight a wildyed negro on a remonstrant mule Run Mersel he cried at sight of Beaton nun fo Oawds sake nyM KM sojers bunt In every house an balm just over the hill suh and comln dta way Then came a ride almost for lit They turned into a lane leading away southeastward between desolate fields halted to blow their panting reek ing horses at a little clump of trees near a southward sweep of the mill streamBroad Runthen Denton un slung his glass nod took deliberate survey of the distant hills then of the country over which they had come and spurring like mad down a slope of tho heights barely three miles back of them came a dozen gray horsemen Theyve seen us said he as quietly as he could and Rectors trembling hands helped him again to mount Then away dashed tho pair for the first ford of tho stream only to see as they rode out dripping on the opposite bank that tho distant fringe of the Manassas woods looked far away as ever Oh for a sight cf union flank ers now A long half hour they rode as fast as jaded steed could bear them but Hectors horse was nearly done The spare oak openings the scattered copee now were only halt a mile ahead but southward rutting them off from Brlstoe galloped a jaunty half dozen following the lead of a dashing rider Behind thom still beyond car bine range but slowly gaining full 20 troopers wero spreading out over the upon fields turning them as it wore from tho loft The soil was growing loose and soft and spongy now that they had loft tho lanes and every ndw and then they plunged through holes deep and treacherous but still they lashed ahead Hectors poor brute groautng staggering with every stride Presently tho ground began slowly ris- Ing and the woods grew thick If only they could reach them Surely the union pickets must be close at hand and now as they drove in among the clumps of stunted trees they lost sight of tho troopers to tho south Now the yells of those In rear became exultant and still came no shot Then on they struggled through a boggy slough with sickening groan Hectors exhausted horse went down and floundered help less in the mud his wretched rider dragging himself from underneath and limping to the foot of a tree fell gasping and terrified Oh Gawd dont leave me Marse Denton he pleaded In agony Doan leave me or deyll kill mo suah With one glance at the cheering chase one longing look at the eastward slopes Denton sprang from the saddle and with lrm set lips and flashing eyes he planted himself between tho yelling troopers and the prostrate helpless humble friend Bursting through the trees the fore most riders drove straight at him Down with that pistol shouted a voles in stern command Dont shoot men hes wounded Drop your pistol sub Were ten to one And realizing the hopelessness of fight Fred Bcnton tossed his Puny reapon away But what meant that sudden Act A the southwardT whnt that rputorlnn volley that burst of cheers The major Tho Yanks Ccmo on come on wore the shouts Away darted half the mud spattored group and then sudden as the shot In spurred a breathless young officer Mount sur Instantly Help him corporal Up with you sub We havent a moment Rough powerful hands fairly lilted him Into saddle Another horsedGet isles befit out o range Weve run slap into a brigade general and all Off with youto Buckland you two The rest of you como with me to tho major Wbatll wo do with the nlgguh 1 Damn the nlgguh weve no time to bother with him Daring and devoted away wont the young gallants to the support of their chief only to meet the rldcrleos horses tearing through tho glade only to see i platoon after platoon of a bluejack cited squadron Issuing from the south ward woods Charge as foragers rang the distant trumpets as the lead ers eyes swept over the scono and saw the pitiful few In his front and with a wild burst of cheers and sabers flashing on high the long line sprang forward fanlike then every man for himself came tearing northward across the field An hour later defiant and superbly disdainful of his surroundings MaJ Lounsberry was being interrogated by Capt Carver of the division staff while three or four other officers In blue hovered about the little frame farmhouse to which the prisoner had been con ductedYou may spare yourself the trouble of questioning me sue said he with appropriate hauteur I decline to an swer Walt till you se Dr Chtlton he added with sneering triumph If ho Isnt already hanged for a traitor Youve seen the last of your friend Benton I reckon Perhaps he could have told you I reckon he could said Carver 1m perturbably as he glanced toward the door at Lounsberrys bask How Is It Denton Is Ewell at Jnnllte7 CHAPTER XV LINCOLN DILKMMA Tho president desires to see Lieut Bsntou of your staff wrote tie ad jutant general three weeks lair to the division commander and Jurt At a time when he bated to go for there seemed a prospect of a forward on Gordottsvllle the aldd tfchIfound himself esroute A eonf gallant painfully wounded la of Benton was being escorted to Wash ington H had refused parole He would rather share the fate of Loans berry said he If his wounds spssHUy healed or of poor Floyd Pause still languishing In hospital If the tvooadt proved baWIng How muck tbeae fel lows seemed to kaow of ovarythins traBsptrtag within the unto dh1- IOM Just what had been dei with Lounsberry and r11aaJut where they were oonflned and everything eon nected with their capture WM all told at Chnrlottesvlllf almost as soon M a Washington How mUe until kwg weeks after as a rule did our genesls know of the dally doings beyond tM picket posts along the treat sorrow and anxiety inexpressible WithI ton heard that In spite of Dr tons long years of kindness anti gsa erosity among his townsfolk la spite of Rosalies acknowledged qneetulom an almost bitter feeling now existed and there was talk of arrest and in carceration at Richmond Not until he had studied Benton for several days did young Winston admit all this and more He had heard It through officers at Robertsons headquarters Ho had known the Cblltons well when ho was a junior at tho varsity He had often seen Ixmnsborry and had heard much of his standing and Influence had heard moreover that ho had been a devotee of Miss Rosalies How ever with a quick glance at Den tons face which stored Instantly even under Its coat of tan and sun burn Lounsberry didnt seem to find favor There was some trouble he didnt know what and Maud Iolhnw had bad a flare up with Rosalie and that was something people didnt un derstand for Jack Chllton was as much smitten with her as Lounsborry had been with Miss Chilton Dont Bposo you hoard much about it said he In the confidence bred of the un lookedfor kindness with which ho had been treated but adding with an apologetic laugh they do sax at Charlottesville that Miss Rosalie just ruled everybody about her like she was a balm queen Denton was most unwilling to leave the front for there were indications of brisk work and a forward movement that might relieve the situation Let ters from home had showered him with blessings and congratulations on fall escape The equlro was now full of s scheme to come on to Washington bringing Elinor with him but milch as she longed to see her brother the girl was now loth to leave borne Mrs Laduo was swiftly falling and seemed to need her gentle nurse moro and more with every day To Be Continued Awkward Sltnatlon It is said that whed President Polk visited Boston ho wad Impressively received at Fanucll Hall Market See- rotary Rhodes walked in front of bin down the length of the market as nouncing In loud tones Make war gentlemen for the president of taUnited States Tho president of the United States Fellow citizens make room The chief executive hid stepped Into one ot thy stalls to look at some game when Air Rhode the secretary turned around suddenly and finding himself alone pivnptl changed his tone and exclaimer Xj gracious where has that darned Idiot got lo 1 Argonaut I u apttt auk J1trpna of- f1r Bmtsitm uf Itemt 1 By ALEXANDER STOLYPIN Political Editor of the Novoe VremyaSl Pctcriburt l IS demonstrable that the conflict now proceeding in Russia is nowise directed against the monarchiCAl princi ples to which the people are very devoted but Against the usurpation by the bureaucracy of all the vital functions of the nation The Zemstvo cannot be a revolutionary and still less anarchistic element for the simple reason that it is com posed of landholders and the ideals pursued by the proletariat of labor although they may be temporarily adopt ed by the Cemstvo in its camiKugn for freedom nre necessarily objectionable and even terrible to it The Zemstvos institution exists in 34 provinces or governments of European Russia The members of the provincial Zenistvo are elected by the members of the district Zemstvos which number 318 the members of the dUtrict bodies are elected by direct vote in the electoral colleges of each class of the community The contingent of members returned by the peasants is strictly limited and as the number of peasants electoral colleges u in excess of this contingent the governor makes a selection The ukase of December 25 IQCVJ provides for the creation of small Zenistvo units which will represent the villages and bear the same relation to the tilted Zemstvo that the bodyThere which virtually unites the 34 Zelnstyrortin a clandestine national assembly Quite recently this fbyV rIJritesinclutllJlImedical services One of the reproaches constantly brought by the government against the Zemstvo is that it employs outsiders clerks statisticians teachers plijrsiciatts and other representatives of the liberal profes sions who form an imposing army of revolutionary workers AI though unenfranchised they none the less acquire the character of members of the Zemstvo and exercise great influence among the peopleIn njftice it must be said that these men the third estate as they arc Oiledire the personification of all that is strong energetic and businesslike in Russia And the failure of the government to bring these men to its site is a great mistake tlatin1t of ui arhJrl1I In ICalmr lutmtsBy DR R A WHITE Chteife really and ill Shall public school teachers em ployed paid by the whole public to teach the rhil dren of the whole public themselves with our see tion of that public The question would be equally pertinent and important if the affiliation was with societyItor capitallargest possible share of profits In the teaching profession profit or byfarand its above the question of salary The idea of wagas Is secondary A real democracy does not recognize or tolerate classes We are facet with the graY danKer in oar boasted democracy of developing grave class rlistiuctiolL The public sdtod mingling Mating the forma tive years of life the children of Jln chutes it the out vital American institution which maintains or ought to maintain the spirit mid prac t tice of The business of teachers fs to deepen this setae of all class dUtincUous whatever they are to ed ucate our children for A democradc cititeiulup lint democracy moan the rights of all the people not a section of the people How far can teachers teach democracy while publicly standing with one sec tion of the public In this they themselves set the chief example of class feeling and interests Undemocratic themselves they are unable to inspire the spirit of democracy in children If there is a tendency for wealth to control education the teachers cannot cure it by flying to another extreme and betraying tire csuie of education into the liands of another class Class control of schools is repugnant to our institutions whether that control by one class or another W11t 1J1nreigutr nub 1 ttteriruu UttUtr5 By PROF BRANDER MATTHEWS Of Columbia University Thequettion fundamentally ormanaffiliate opportunities democracy Most of the badman ners in this country areidue to the foreignerIwho has conic to make his home in this new land At home lie cringes When he comes r here he finds different conditions He learns the lesson that he is as good as anyone else lie awakens to a new freedom and it takes him a long time to learn if he ever docs that sec ond important lesson that other persons arc as good as he is Iris chil dren learn it and make good Americans and they learn manners too The saluting of the flag and the lessons which arc taught in thcpuhlic schools do much to make those Americans who have realized that others besides themselves have rights This is an energetic people In our hurry we arc inclined lo forget t about others The fact that every American attends strictly to his own business has much to do with it cf Excessive politeness docs not exist in this country but there is an unrlerhin kindliness of heart which will he found beneath a certain Puncouthness of manner It would be ridiculous to expect the manners of the court of Louis XVI in New York Perhaps there is not so much courtesy to women in public convey J ances as there should be but it Is a question whether or not a woman Is entitled to a seat unless she be old or feeble Manywamcnhavc been shopping who might make their purchases at IIC I a not have to be going home at rush hour when men who hate betH busy all day snd arc tired arc on their way home Furniture Now nnd nil tho time In on end Iras variety to suit elthor rich or poo- rStoves Organs Stoves to burn and Organs from lfiOO up Sewing Machines Drop head high arm Singer 20 00 Other umkos down to nothing Watch for tho spring opening of 1005 Irou Beds nud call on R H ChrismanOp- poailo Wolchfl Phone 20 Coal At bin near depot 13c to 14c Delivered for 14c to 15c Phone 8fi p ChaseL Hanson FOR SALE Ono good IIOUBO and lot In tho oast end of Beroa locatod on Prospect Stroot Tile houso has five plastered rooms and two scaled rooms A largo garden stet and extra good Can be bought right Also n smell houso and lot In Wai Incoton Ky with a good garden five miles wpst of Boron Ky Two churchwj and a schoolhouse In sight For further particulars call on E B WALLACE Phono 03 Boron Ky r tt S McGuire 4IN at nil times thoroughly prepared to deal with oyo trouble Your eyes examined by tho very best and latest gheIIr1 few days after taking tho order If you have may defect of vision it will pay you to look over his stock and receive correct treatme- ntOPTICIANj Berea Ky For Sale 1Aboutton or twelve build on tho Louisville and Nashville railroad ono half mile from Boron near Boron brick and tiling fac tory in a flno locality and good neighborhood bo ought right For further particulars call on L B MOORE Beroa Ky C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night and day Telephone No 4 Boroa Ky I I HutI H I +11 I I I The Home JENNIE LUSTER BILL Editor IIIIIINHIThe Tidy Olrl Sho in the girl who always has her shoes neatly laced Who has neatly brushed hair and clean nails Who keeps her gloves mended and her fitockingn darned Who wastes no tiinoin hunting for misplaced articles Who can give to a disorderly room by a touch of hur magic fingers an harmonyShe to IM tho woman nil tho men wish to marry What an attractive creaturo while a child and what a jewel when grown Something For Girls To mako yourself desired as a guest for a second visit girls you must IIBO tact and observation on your first stay with your friends and learn what will give pleasure to them To begin with let them know tho day and hour you expect to arrive most jKXipln would rather bo prepared for your coming than be surprised by a visit when it may not suit them and probnblolengthknow how to plan for your entertain mont Do prompt at meals keep your own room iu order and do not leave your belongings over tho housn Make up your mind to be easily entertained and to fool nmlshow pleasure in entertainments provided for you but bo ready to entertain yourself If you occupy yourself with fancy work or a book they will youBo meet oven if they are not very attractive thoy may bo valued friends of those youaro visiting But above all do not repeat to the disadvantage of mayhaveDo not forgot your bread and butter letter thanks to toll of your safe arrival home Farm Journal IIIII HI1111I111 MHH JHo I The School JOHN WIRT DIHSMORB Editor t+ I I I I J I I I HHiFMHhC- lass In Advanced Pedagogy SubjectExcelsior In studying any piece of literature wo must first find out tho authors purpose in writing it what lesson ho wishes to teach or what truth he do sires to bring out The main point that Longfellow makes iu this poem is that it is right and just to want to excel to bo ambitious to bo the lest in our profession Ho uses as an il lustration of that point a youth climbing ono of the peaks of tho Alps anti bearing in his hands a banner which ho clings to through all his hardships and dangers Upon this banner is written tho ono word Ex celsior which ho takes for his motto throughout his journey and it is that wonl that spurs him on unto ho roaches tho top In his greatest trials when his temptations are strongest uphispeating that word Ho is tempted by the plasurcs of homo and love and is warned of thefront danger ahead but In spite bravely on determined to climb higher than any one over did before and nothing can swerve him from his determination Tho application to us is that if wo would excel all others wo must bo willing to make sacrifices we must endure hardships wo must resist temptations wo must give up many plensuress and must even be willing to die in tho struggle if necessary na this youth did Ho reached tho sum snit of tho mountain but was found dead there still clasping the banner Longfellow does not mean that every one should give up all happiness and tho pleasures of life to satisfy ambition Ho simply meant that It is not selfishor wrong to be satisfied with nothing short of the highest and best but that in order to secure it wo must struggle and persevere FLORENCE CANFIELD Will Tankersley WATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY Repaired and Cleaned Satisfaction Guaranteed Bioknell Earlys Store BEREA KY- PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSEM- eals and Lodging J R ENGLE Depot Street Berea Ky + +1111+11 + H 1111 The Farm SILAS CHBBVEB MASOW Editor I+H I I I 11 I I 111 J II 11 I I HH the Cabbage Snake Scare More than a hundred letters have been received by tho Missoiiri Agricultural College asking for information concerning the socalled poisoning cabbage snako and tho collection of snails centipedes and other creeping things received from these inquirers would form the foundation for a splendid collection of Missouris lower animal life The most peculiar thing about this scare that has swept the state from one end to the other is that It hoe no foundation in fact Prof J M Stedman etomologist of the college says Not a thing is to bo found on cabbage that could not have boon found any tall for tho last twenty yours And more than this he continues there is not an animal In tho world that will poison cabbage so as to injure tho person eating the cabbage alone or both cabbage and animal The whole scare seems to have started from a fako report concocted by a correspondent of one of the St Louis papers Being hard pressed for news ono day ho wrote of a whole family that had como to a painful death from eating cabbage on which a now reptile resembling a small snake was present in large numbers Other papers copied the story People road it and began to carefully scrutinize their cabbage patch and of course wore rewarded by finding upon it buss and worms that can bo found any fall Tho mast common s ccitneu I have received is a nomatodo worm some what resembling a horse hair that lives as a parasite in crickets and grasshoppers and is perfectly harm less Not a single ono of the seventy live specimens I have received is at all injurious This socalled cabbage snake Is a myth puro and simple nnd people should cease bothering about it Western Fruit GrowerSome Faults of Farmers Onco In a while some farmers do have Bomefaults For instance Nino marout of ton it is more the fault of tho farmer that his horso is not well broken that It Is of tho horse himself A careful steady man will bo quito apt to have a steady well trained horse More often than otherwise whoa the cow kicks tho milk pail out of the window nnd the man after it the man on the milking stool is the ono who ought to be punished The cow knows when sho is welltreated andappreciates it fully as much as the test of us So too more cows and other stock are made unruly by tho fault of the owner in not providing good fences In fact most of tho trouble for which wo blaino our farm stock comes from some lack of good judgment on our part Farm Jour not Borca College spring term opens Wednesday March 22 Tree of Klnlnnd The trees of Finland are the money bags of the people A peasant even makes Ills shoes from birch bark and thatches his root with shavings Ho virtually lives on wood Frank If Oilcan A north country England manutac turer when nuked why he had built for his work people cottages which paid no regard to sanitation or to comforts and decencies of life replied that the cottages were to Bleep In his work people living In the factory Milk Ilncterliu In the beat milk bacteria number 10 000 to a spoonful In a really bad sample of milk thjs astonishing total of 000000000 is reached Net For Illrili Along the Adriatic sea swallows and other migratory birds arc caught ev cry year by the hundreds of thousands and eaten by the Italians who spread nets In which us ninny ns 800 to of the birds are caught at once IMnlaelae and Qontee The first mustache and goatee were worn In Spain as a sign of the cross Where Napoleon flied Longwood Honnpnrtos house In St Helena Is now a barn The room In which he died Is a stable On tho site of his former grave Is a machine for grinding corn Site of St refer St Peters at Homo la In tho form of a cross 030 foot long and 450 feet wide Its height is only two feet less than Its width Yellow Ivory When ivory has become yellow from age or use wash It well with soapy water and a brush and bleach It by standing it In the sun for several days wetting It repeatedly with soapy water The Tide Table Tho inventor of the tide table it Is laid never saw tho sea In his life f Kentucky Flashes JAILER KILLS PRISONER The Prison Keeper Entered the Cell and the Negro Assaulted Him Somerset Ky March SJallor Frank limos shot and killed Grant Ingram a negro prisoner at the Jail here Ingram made n desperate as sault on the jailor when he entered the jail knocking him down and al most effecting his escape Ho was placed In his cell and somo little tlmo later when tho jailer entered the coil the negro ngqln made an assault on him Hlnos was again knocked down and ho then fired on tho negro killing him Instantly Ingram has served two terms In the penitentiary and was In jail awaiting trial for assaulting Dep uty Sheriff Elrod HELD FOR SHOOTING To Curfew Rules Craycroft Tried To Submit His Boarders Louisville Ky March 8John Crnyoroffs rule that his boarders shall retire at 9 oclock caused his presentment In police court on the charge of shooting at Gus Stlth Cray crofts plea that ho Is a laborer and needed rest to enable him to gIve his employer value received made no Im pression on Judge McCann who referred his case to the grand jury SNORED IN SYNAGOGUE Harry Davenport Was Ousted From Louisville For It Louisville Ky March SHarry Davenport was la the police court on tho charge of snoring in the Brith Sholum synagogue Davenport said ho had bocomo exhausted In his search for work nnd when he fell into a cushioned pow ho quickly went to sleep Ho was ordered to Icavb the city Davenport claims Indianapolis as his homo Kentucky Crop Report Frankfort Ky March 8 Tho monthly report of tho commissioner of agriculture of Kentucky shows a wheat acreage of 90 per cent of a full crop and the condition 85 per cent The acreage of winter oats Is given as 91 per cent and the condi tion as 80 per cent Fell Between Cars Owensboro Ky March SArch James aged 32 unmarried was In stantly killed near Horse Branch on tho Illinois Central railroad He climbed on a freight train and foil botwoon the cars Both his logs and his right arm wore cut off and his head was crushed Had Brief Liberty Mnrtlsonvlllo Ky March SJeff Morgan and John Hall charged with murder who escaped from jail Friday were captured near Providence by County Attorney Ruby Laffoon and Deputy Sheriff Burk Stanley Thoy will receive the 450 reward offered by Gov Beckham James M Hughes Will Probated Paris Ky March SThe will of the late James M Hughes was probated Ho leaves his largo estate real and personal to his widow and at her death It goes to their daughter Mrs Bruce Miller Mrs hushes is named an executor without bond Elks Temple Dedicated CovIngton Ky March 8Thehandsomo new homo of the Covington lodge of Elks 314 was dedicated with Impressive ceremonies Following tho opening ado District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler John Calvin officiated Instead of R O P Thomas To Intercede For Husbands Pardon Louisville Ky March 8Mrs Geo Warner wife of tho man under death sentence here for the murder of Pu Inskl Leeds left her homo in Logans port Ind for Frankfort Ky whero sho will Intercede with Gov Beckbam In behalf of her hviband Shot Five Times and Killed Lancaster Ky March 8At Flat woods Post Office this county Reu boa Bcntly and Leonard Simpson neighbors became Involved In n Quarrel Bently shot Simpson five times It Is alleged causing Instant death gently surrendered Granted a Change of Venue Jackson Ky March SIn the mun der case against George Van Smith and Abella Bach the defendants wero granted a change of venue to Powell county Robert Chaney charged with the murder of Chad Salyors was placed on trial For Illegally Selling Whisky Owingsvtllo Ky March SElder Jesse Edwards of Wolfe county a leader of the Baptist church has been arrested by Deputy United States Marshal Press Jackson of this county charged with selling whisky without a license Fine Coal Bed Mlddlesburg Ky March SA fine bed of coal has been discovered one mile south of Dunvllle on tho farms of J C Watson and T J Thomas It Is said to bo the finest bed and qual ity of coal over found in Kentucky F B Harper Stricken With Paralysis Versailles Ky March 8Frank B Harper owner of Nnntura farm who became famous as tho owner of Ten brooch Longfellow and other turf stars was stricken with paralysis and Is in a dangerous condition John Underwood was fatally Injured by tho explosion of a mill at Carter City Ky BEAR IN MIND That you owe it to yourself to buy goods where you can get the most for your money and the best in quality This is What We Give You WHY Because this is a OnePrice Cash Store and we sell for cash only No Losses DRUGS A complete line of Patent Medicines all the old standards such as Chamberlains and DeWitts Bells Pine Tar Honey etc Prescriptions carefullycompounded from pure and fresh drug sonly Also keep in stock in 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trade tn wblto women Three supply bills were passed in the senate They wero tho post office bill carrying J18152C843 tho penS sion bill carrying 138000000 and the river and harbor bill carrying In Immediate appropriations and contln uing contracts 38350899 The house passed the gonornJ don cloncy appropriation bill tho last of tho great supply measures to bo acted on during this congress Tho total amount carried Is 31224079 Tho senate passed the sundry civil appropriation bill carrying about 68 000000 Various amendments woro offered to tho measure- Representative Duller Pa Introduced a resolution authorizing the na vat committee to Investigate tho ac Uon of the navy department for mak ing tho awards for blue flannel cloth for the navy A bill to provide In ono of the terri tories a leprosarylum for the sogroga tlon of lepers and to prevent the spread of leprosy In the United States was defeated In tho house of repre sentatives All tho appropriation bills have been passed by the senate and house The total permanent and annual ap propriations made at the session of tho late congress were 007048104 while the estimated revenues for the noxt fiscal year were 726590515 Speaker Cannon of the house was presented a handsome loving cup the tribute of affection and esteem of the members regardless of party President Roosevelt took the oath of office and was Inaugural as presi dent for his second term Senator Fairbanks was inaugurated as vice presidentTho 8th congress adjourned and the senate of the 10th congress was called In extraordinary session to act on appointments and other matters MISCELLANEOUS Mss Jane L Stanford widow of the Into Leland Stanford California ml Honalre and railroad magnate who founded Leland Stanford university died in a hotel in Honolulu It Is sus poisonedI grains of strycbplno In tho bottle of bicarbonate of soda from which Mrs Jano Li Stanford took a doso and died soon after in Honolulu A member of tho womans household Is suspected of putting it there High sheriff of Honolulu denies that ho said that ho had found strychnine In the bottle from which Mrs Jane Stanford took a doso of medicine andI died later The Japanese occupied Chanton after a desperate fight with bayonets A detachment took Petaltsz seven miles cast of Chanten and the left wing occupied Wuaputzs on the Nenglo river northeast of Chanten Altogether tho Japanese have occupied nine miles of the Russian rights posy tlonThe Japanese have occupied the first Russian station east of the Llao river The MukdBh trail la closed and per sons who have Invested thousands of dollars In contraband goods are threat ened with bankruptcy The thunder of cannon Is heard from all positions Putlloff and Nov gorod hills are hidden by the smoke from tho guns The bombardment was resumed after the repulse of an in fantry attack by Japanese The bill authorizing a loan of 4 000000 tor public improvements unan Imously passed the Porto Rican house Tho students of tho clerical semi nary at Minsk Russia wrecked the houses of the director and Inspector of schools and burned all their papers The Weckerllng brewery of Now Orleans burned Loss 200000 Battling Nelson of Chicago pmc tlcally knocked out Young Corbott of Denver In tho ninth round at Sat Francisco The Missouri house by a vow of 11G to 9 passed the bill prohibiting bookmaking and pool selling at racetracks or elsewhere In tho state Formal ratification of tho 99 yea leaso of tho Pero Marquette railroad system to the Cincinnati Hamlton Dayton system was made in Detroit Marshall Field Chicago merchant Is confined to the house with a bro ken leg tho result of a fall on an icy sidewalk Tho monthly circulation statement shows that at the close of business on February 28 1905 the total circu lotion of national bank notes waa 469203840 an Increase for the year Of 38879530 Monthly coinage statement shows that the total coinage executed at the mints of the United States during February 1905 was 5001190 as fol lows Gold 4306580 silver 559 000 minor coins 135010 Secretory Hitchcock In a statement transmUted to tlo house itnlod that no part of any funds appropriated b congress has boon used In tho pur ohaso of rations for Ute children at tending tho Indian sectarian schools Terry McGovern Issued a direct challenge to Jimmy Britt Young Cor belt or Battling Celson for a fight at 130 pounds ring side or 116 pound at 3 p in The statement of the government receipts and expenditures shows that for February 190F the total receipt wore 44608072 and tho expenditures 41461234 leaving a surplus for the month of 3146838 The stontnor Now South which wan torn from her moorings at Cincinnati was captured at Madison fad In the Mrs Chadwick hearing in the bankruptcy court at Cleveland Henr Wuerst of Elyria 0 testified that he had mado Mrs Chad wick several loans On ono of these for 3600 h had charged a bonus to Mrs Chadwic- of In addition to 6 or 7 per cent Interest Ono of the new battleships author Ized In the pending naval appropria tion bill will be named It Is said the South Carolina No package of printed mutter of any kind mailed In tho United State addressed for delivery In the repub lic of Panama shall weigh moro than four pounds and six auuces By tho breaking up of the hugh Ice gorge In tho Ohio river at Cincinnati property to the value of about 000 000 was destroyed or badly damaged Club boats coal barges and other craft were torn from their moorings and elthor demolished or carried down streamThe public debt was decreased 311 461 during February John L Sullivan onco chain ploii heavyweight pugilist of the world knocked out Jack McCormick of Gal veston Tex In tho second round of a four round boxing match Senator Wetmoro presented to the senate the report of the joint commit lion to report on plans for tho exten sion and completion of the capHo1 building Preliminary examinations for the appointment of assistant burgeon IB tbe army will be held on May 1 and August IMS at taint hereafter to be designated Senators Htnmons Hunkers Wright and French were expelled from 1kr California senate for receiving bribes The polka at TwrnkooSeto who since the MMselMtloa of Grand Duke Sergtus have redottbe the ordinary precatttloM tor Ute protection of the Imperial family have arrested a sus pact who claimed that he Is a neph ew of Gen Pock Former United states Senator Bd want O Woteott of Colorado died at the Hptel De Parts Monte Carlo Nntnerotm conference oa Jbe statehood bill again tilled to brlag sliest an agreement by which legislation for either one or two state may be had at the preeent session The Russian governments whole sale concessions to railway strikers has contributed largely to the revi val of the labor movement IK St Pe tersburgIn Oskar coal mlno In the Rail bor district Germany fire broke out cutting off 15 miners whose rescue was Impossible owing to poisonous gases It Is believed all aro dead Emperor Nlchous has issued a re script to tho minister of the Interior stating that ho has decided to con vene an assembly of elected repro sentatlvos of the peoplo to elaborate and consider legislative measures Seven persons were killed and probably 50 Injured In a terrific roarend collision on the Plttsburg Fort Wayne Chicago railroad eight miles west of PIttuburg Ono special containing a hatalllon of Ohio National guard with ladles and ofllcors stopped on account of a hot box Before a flagman could be sent back a speolal following cone taming tho members of the Tlppe canoe club of Cleveland 0 their wives sisters and sweethearts crashed Into tho first train A train leaving Now York for Wash fasten loaded will troops and people going to the Inauguration was unique in that It ran in 60 sections probably the largest number over sent out over one road Six packing companies Armour Co Swift Co Schwarschlld ft Sulzborgcr Co and Cudahy Co slaughtered In the year 1903 5521097 hood of cattle out of a total Indicated Daughter In tho United Stator of 12 fiOOOOO head or about 45 per cent The ultimatum sent by tho workmen to the Russian government demand ing Immediate reforms has boon re jected A general strike again seems disorders broke out at tho Polnanskl cotton mill Lodz while the men woro being paid off Troops were summoned to restore order and three workmen were killed and 42 Injured- A general strike Is expected Will I Ned 25 of Tulsa I T shot and killed his wife and then committed suicide At the Inquest It developed that the tragedy had been planned as both had written letters Gov Broward of Florida appointed Tames D TalHaforro to nil tho ad In erlm term as United States senator Senator Tallaferros present term ex pires on March 4 and tho legislature does nqt meet until April A decision against railroad com panies was rendered In the United States district court at Springfield fof violation of tho safety appll once act of tho Interstate commerce aw Tho Canadian camp ate a rhlnoce roe dinner at tho Hotql Astor Now York The guests Included many woman and numbered 250 A request by Nan Pattersons tae ther that she be allowed to go toy Washington from New York In oleo tody of a keoper to see her sister play Queen Mllburn who he told was dye ing was denied by District Attorney Jerome The Texas legislature west on rec ont In both houses In a warm endorse ment of President Roosevelts policy In regard to the Standard Oil Co and the alleged beef trust Dr William n Harper president of the University of Chicago who rently underwent nn operation left the Presbyterian hospital and was taken to his home A sumptuous farowoll banquet was tendered Ambassador Meyer by the diplomatic corps nnd political loaders Tho loading American residents of Rome worn present Marc Catlin of Chicago university established a now worlds record In byk0645 besting his own record of 07 Father Gopou leader of the RiiMlan workmen on January It who had been In Geneva for two days loft for London by way of Paris Locked In tholr cells keys to which wore In the poeseealoit of the absent Jailor J D Reaves and Henry Crow waiting trial for murder were roast ed alive at nentonvlllfl Ark before assistance could be rendered Other prisoners hud narrow escapes Louis Moore a potter SI was In stantly killed at Kast Liverpool 0 by a fragment of brick which took ort the top of his head The brick was fiiirlod from tho top of the walls of the burned George P Iklrt building which workmon were detnoHtblits with dynamite Because her husband Lieut R U Chandler of the United States army Had filed unit for divorce Rosa her Mrs lletele Chandler niece of the present governor of Maryland com milted suicide In the Paxton hotel Omaha Neb J Mward Reese proprietor of ike Reese Printing Co Ixralsvlltc Ky shot and killed himself Whelhethe author of several works on child studyCharles Holloa tS night foreman at the Woodward avenue carbonic of the Detroit United railway was electro cuted while using tile railway tome panys private telephone line It was evident that the telephone current had beoeitlleened wltk herMnvnt need for o the cars Jnbana Hock muUlblgamlst has brow Indicted bY the grand Jury fur murder at Chicago The specINc charge on which the Indictment wItotted Is that Hoch murdered his wife but one Mrs Marie Welrkcr Hock Mary White an Sftycarold Insane woman and Della Owes S5 feeble minded were burped to death In a Are which destroyed the main building of the county poor farm Hlllsdale Mich belbadNewark N J was takes to a cell at the pollee station where Aft again at tempted to end hi life by swallowing his false teeth At Jacksonville Fin QUO of the bolter of time city electric light work exploded Instantly killing John Davis the negro fireman and fatally Injur Ing Copt Fred W Kills the engineer A 1 Faulkner of Dunkirk Ind was elected president of tike Amalga mated Window GlaSM Worker of Am orion As a result of a headon collision between two freight trains on the Ual Umore Ohio four miles pert of De fiance 0 Fireman Samuel Beadle was Instantly killed and J R Cogoy fireman and Thos Carr brakeman all of Garrott Ind woro seriously In jured Two persons are dead and six lured as the result of a collision of aI freight train and tho westbound Twin ClUes express on tho North ern Pacific at Boar Mouth Mont William Dunsheo a former well known coal operator died In Plus burg aged 86 years Death was due to pneumonia It Is known that President ROOse- velt lies under consideration the ap pointment of Charles V Anderson niprominent colored lawyer of Now York to succeed Charles H Treat asI collector of Internal revenue for tho district of New York A train on tho Baltimore Ohio ralroad fillet with passengers bound home from Washington was saved IIThomassum Hollow 24 miles east of PillsIburg In flagging tho trainIThe London Dally cor respondent at Toklo states that tho Japanese Col Mlmafla was killed at time capture of Solkajo and that Col rClober commander of tho second Manchurian army was wounded A negro who killed Dr Wm B 011 phant was taken from tho outskirts and strung up at Holms Station Miss Ililbitmnga horse race and providing a fins The antiprize fighting bill has boonI passed by the senate The largest coal deal In tho history- of the bituminous region of Ponnsyl vnnla was consummated when the Westmoreland Coal Co took over 700000 Pennsylvania Gas Co for about thoI Adolph J Bloch of Washington Pa confessed to a murder for which his brother Eugene was banged at Allen lawn Pa THE RUSSIAN ARMY Field Marshal Oynma is Driving in Both Flunks Large Quantities of Stores and Other Spoils Captured Dy tiles Japa Bloody Fighting and Heavy Losses on Both Sides Toklo Merck Gelll Marshal Oy tuna Is continuing his great drives around both flanks of the Ruselan army Isle front Is now a huge bow tho bate 6n the Slmkho river tho right arm reaching a Taint east of Fu shun and tho loft ann extending to a point west of Mukden He Is steadily tightening the greet cord of men and stool Gen Kuroyalkln In striving desperately to shook the Japanese ad- Vance contorting the flank encroach moats and hammering the Japanese senior The Japanese are making heavy game of ground west of tho railway Mill have captured great quan title of store atri other spoils There hart nrcaly ben bloody Milling semi hoary k fvre ad Uila will lie vastly laonitsed when the masse of latest ry moot Hutlmatm of Gen Kuropntklns fnre between SUakhe and Tie fags prepared here gte n total of slightly more them 400600 cwmpoeed of 3M 400 infantry MUOOO aaveiry and UjOOO artillery wltk 1WM frans Tide sell mute dose sot laclH trooin at Vlnd iTOstoli and other garrisons railway guards and other umpteyee The grand total seat of Lake Baikal i oa tlimtod at TOOIHM men ANDREW CARNEGF Trustee Looser and County Prestsu tor Call on Him Cleveland 0 March ItT of the Chadwlck awn Manu Loser and Cnusity lroa cutor llarvty n Kerler cared by aptwIntMetit upon Andrew carnegie at the home of yV rater T Ewet in this dty Mr lx eer broMftk wrh kit UM fsmous 5000000 Hoe and the vjamiiy fv mom trust agreement The oMvla a obtained speclnKDS of Mr OmmegleH handwrlfnn for CIP purpww of com paring It with tile wrcng on the pIM per which Yrs rheowlcl J srd at so cavity for sissy of her trtoae-Mr Cstraeglo wev amir d wfcr o saw the document bear nllt his wane The dlMlmllarH betwcvn the 11iaa tare wklck Mr Camrult wroi Mr Vr Xeeler sad the signal m whih wan reputed to be his on the imk nnpcr WM marked- A soco 4 purpose of the 11r Mr Carnegie wrn to leers If Mr earn gie roaM be tllpened with at mlsa tad IMfIUtc Indictments RECIPROCITY TREATY Germany Wants One With the United States Washington March IThe Berlin advice Inelleailng a purpose ou the iwrt of the Gerlwht foreign ogles to renew Its effort to secure aonethlrg- In the nature of a reciprocity treaty with the United State have attracted much attention in BfBclol circles here as It has bees known for sotto time put Utal tide wa In cnntemplRtfon IH fact this matter has taken Shape comNiniclally through the presenla Lion of Secretary Hay of reeolHtloni adopted by the Amaricn board of trade of Berlin favoring such an as mngemo- ntT A New Zion City Chicago Match 1The mission et- A Gladstone Bowl who visited ZIon City as the ambassador of his father Dr John Alexander Dowl ham boon disclosed at a secret mooting of tho ciders and members In plait standing of tho Christian Catholic church Time part mado public was the definite an nouncement that a new Zion Is soon to be established near the City of Mex ice whore Dr DowIe nowts Only One 0111 Vetoed Washington March GOnly ono bill which passed both houses and was presented to tho president failed to receive his signature This bill amended the present antlsmoko law of the District of Columbia and was Intended to be lose severe on thoso who hdvo not compiled with tho pros ent law Presidents Quiet Sunday Washington March 6 Prosldont Roosevelt passed tho first Sunday aft his Inauguration quietly at tho white house Surrounded by tho nloni hors of his family and his houso guests ho spout the fitly In recupera lion To Investigate SoCalled Beet Trust Austin Tax March GTho Joint loslslaturohusto assist the federal government In Investigating the methods of tho so called IJeuf Trust Japans New Loan Now York March 6Tho Yokohama speclo bank opened subscriptions this city for Japans now DOOOO 000 internal loan The minimum Issue prlco was stated to bo 9 yon with tho Now York equivalent placed at 45payable In Japan Raised Intense Interest London March GThl Intensely dramatic situation In Manchuria developed by Gqn Nogts rapid advance and its strategic possibilities hive raised excitement In Europe to tho highest pitch The Slavery of Sin Sunday Schoof LeisoaIorMar121905 SpecIal Prepared fcrThli Piper ow LB8BON TliXTJohn 82140 Memory von U Itrna also John 81118- QOLDKN ThXTWboeoever commit totb aln la the servant of sinsJeha IM TIMKThe Feet of THbcrnaelM the same ocoaalon aa last lesson lI VCMJerual ra In the Temple NOTK Fait TIIK TBACIIBIlTfce teacher mutt aim le make the lessen so intereetlnn that the schemers wilt whh la be present every time he lead M uses Pupil are fond of a toucher who BltrmiUae thought tt ua be en guard aiftlmt prracblng By preaching mean teilliic puplla what they aught te do trying Iv make an Imprloa Olve ttta truth cbnnc It will rake liP Impraa it w set It north In proper attire Let us learn The application may be soon made If nf truth be attractively prcacnlcd Often Ith ai rHcalloii will be made by the lIia tbemaelvee wee befereyou tlitleh leaching Mfol you bgb te MMCh It U poeetbl to leach w that teaching preaches The la the Ideal way Ie preach Mlle thrn we raoammend proaebtaK but It la tae preaching of the true tenchw te tIproperty le to preach effectively lrrW W Whi- tHCIUPTttm JtBPHIlRNCtta Tkji t ewer et s1 Item 7 and I Dent gti M Pro laiW UI 31 IT Item MII Jas 1tc Utterly In Cartel Jesse Horn tte4Ti Luke 41115 lM liiUmCJIII eiM Oat 14 11 I Cer 111 I for Mat C M t are Jeha tU with UM Comment and Suggestive Thought V 31 Jews which believed oa Him Not all of them accepted Jesus at tholr Saviour and Friend but merely bOo flared that llti claims were well found ed and tried to reconcile what He sAId iiklh1 I tnis and example My dUelptee1 A dlwlpio Is a lenraer The most clear evidence to ones self and others that one Si truly a disciple et Jesus Is given by loving all men John 12 U V at The truth JOMM is UM Truth As we continue lite dlssie3 we shall more and more tee thlnjw as Ile lees them as they really art ant- Is their right reUUonfl to see aBothct Troth shall Make yes free When in iROonute or ttoulK wt are alder hang M but when we know UM troth are freed trots anslHy treat UIdainty frow tIe dnlrr le 4o wrong Vtt They answered Hlat Their answer limi that they eUrely ml undrraiM the splrlttiil venulog of Ilia words Akrnhitms NL P ac ndanin of Abraham Wf sever in bondage Jews were vi Md a a pride la a pflCHltarly blliulm sis V 34 Witosoerrr r itiiini4k sin the servant of etasIvrr MM who Is living a lire of sin the iBjdela of Satan Rack siuiralo sir is III a chain til tilling him to a sinful fox Jlad habit priMDit him from dim what In knaves in tx right anduft r IODRII do No iTIlWH ofvii tlijl WII elrongir ir More Sklllnc ni ilia does the dn10a of strong iii T driinkai he twist atJ tees- V r Tli boodaortsni tt4elh lI- ucnv vri No sranr IIM tke doss- upon tile masters home or property that a son has epos what belongs to his father- V M The Sea Jeans Shsii make you free As time Sen nf God lie hag uewtH to rdeaite from utrvliun nod make ui Ins own HsMte John 11 II and children of Clod V 27 I know ye fare AUraUtm teed Jason cnsnnns their sUlMnom that aecordlng to Ike flesh they are descendants of Abraham but RON ott to show that In a spiritual Mnne tbty ire strangers tn their great Ancestor hence do riot belong tn the kingdom sf God which U nplrttiial V f8 I spook with My Father From eternity Jeel4t the Son had been with the Father and hens had brought to earth true report of Heaven nnjl heavenly things Yo io lioarl from your fattier Willingly or unwillingly self to some degree repeats the chnrnrlfrlntljjc nf his father JMUS proved himself son of Goo y being Ondllke In every particular liroolllos proved by their devlllah pnrpoar and doles that they were animated by the spirit Of the evil one See v 41 V 3ft They answered Jesse hearers nllhcr cannot or will not un dorstand lint gn back to their old cry Abraham Is our father Perhaps some today are malting the sauna sad mistake amid because they have godly parents or are accounted members at a good church fancy that they are Christians though their lives are till godly and their hearts are strangers la GodIOU yn would till It you were In spirit like Abraham your llvns would show It V 40 Now ye seek to kill me You as a race are doing directly con Irary to what Abraham would do were ho hero Abraham would lave wed comed even n man who brought him n message from God but these who claimed descent from Abraham wore fierce tn Mill Gods own Son At n later tiny Jesus taught tills by parable And the chief priests and Ilmrlnena tin dnrslond It yet not even then did they turn from their evil purpose Matt 21 3340 Practical Points V 31 If ones belief In Christ dooi not lend him to n righteous life It If not a saving faith Thou bollevott there Is a GOu thoti doest well but faith without works Is l1eadJa L2 19 20 jV 34 Unless Christ now dwells with us wo cannot dwell with Him hero after lYilhcr I will that they also who Thoi hast given me be with me where I amJohn 17 24 V 37 None but God hlmiclf can satisfy the soul which was with Godlike appetites God created mar In Ills own imagoGen 1 i I r FEEDING CATTLE IN THE OPEN Movable Shed Which May De Constructed la a Great Saver of the Feed It Is often necessary or at least con vcnI6nt to teed cattle In the open fold during the and fall BummerI doing eo quantity of feed la wasted unices somo means aro provided for feeding cattle that saves all of the manure and mixes with It such feed as Is waited under foot Sheds OB shown may bo built of any suitable length one accommodating ton to 15 cattle I find most convenient writes an Indiana cor respondent of the Orange Judd Farmer Tho sheds I have are built with end cilia 20 feet long 2 feet under shed and n GROUND PLAN OP IKSDINO BUBO 11 feet forward tn support movable fence A 4foot opening Is left In each end for cattle to pUll In and out A swipe door a Is made 2 feet high at rear or this space may be loft dear without door This allows shed to pas clear of the accumulated manure whoa moved from place to place The front of the shed Is left open 3 or 4 feet above the trough c Vertical twin II are put In 1 4 InrhM to UMt apart to prtreat cattle front B tUng Iota fend rack My buildings are made of boards nailed to 8x4 Inch scant ling and the roof covered with paper Any aai bar of these skids may M seed end to md tar owHJfth apart to permit tree pasMHi of cattle TM load of feed Is driven In at one of Ute Rates II and the sale cloned to prevent cattle enuring feed lug yard In moving the abed which I do ones a week the team to hitched to the fwwe etui of the rann rslllouuMdo of thefseas and skid moral to Mutt feed lug place SHARPENING OLD FILES Treatment to Which They May Ds Subjected Whleh Will Give Them a New Lease ef Life Dissolve four OHBOM salraliM In ose quart water and boll the flea In It for halfanliour then remove wash and dry them Put In a glass or atone vessel one quart rain water Into which add slowly four ounces beet sulphuric acid and keep the proportion for any amount used Immerse tho Mien In thin from Rlx to twelve hours according to the flnonens of them Then remove wash clean dry quickly and put a lit tie sweet oil on to cover tho surface It the filM are coarse they will need to remain In about 13 hours but for Ana tiles six to eight hours Is mifllclent This plan la applicable to blacksmiths gunsmiths tinners coppersmiths and machinists flies Copper and tin workers will only require a short time to tako the particles out of their flies fie the soft metals with which they be fume filled are aoolt dissolved FlIed rosy bo rocut three times by thlt process Farm and Roma The Horseradish Horseradish usually Is given scorner of tho garden and there left to tAke care of Itaclf In this way it will grow and supply an uncertain amount of roots On clay soli it become a troublcnomo weed but on the light land It spreads slowly A much better quality of root can bo grown with a little cultivation Tho roots are cut In pieces three or four inches long Small rooU that are unfit for grating may bo used for this purpose These are planted top end up between the rows of peas at tho time of sowing or late all that Is necessary is to make a hole with a stick deep enough that tbo top of tho root la about three Inches below the surface When tho peas are cultivated the tops are cut oft If any get abovo the ground After tho peas are out of the way the horseradish Is allowed to grow It will soon cover the ground with Its broad leaves and will need no further attention till fall whet It may be dug and stored for use aa desired If tho soil Is loose and ferlllo the roots will bo largo and of a superior quality When grown in this way It does not Interfere with early crops and affords a covering for tho ground during tho hot dry part of summer In many places the pur plus may be Bold at a good profit Farmers Volcq Milk Test Jn a recent address Prof Pearson told of examining four lots of milk that had beta hold at temperatures of 45 60 C6 And degrees for 24 hours They con tained the following numbers of bacteria at the osJ of that time 445 3100 67000 and 1340ft the quantities of milk be Wu tho name The bacterial content at the beginning fit the 21 hours was tbo lme 1 STRAWBERRY CULTURE Some Hints That Will Prove Valuable in Growing Next Years Crop It Is advisable to plant as early In the spring as possible for early set plants will grow off better and tho loss of plants will be little or none As soon as the ground Is sufficiently dry In the spring therefore I would prepare IL De sure to work It until it la thoroughly pulver ized and then pack tho surface all you can with roller or drag I have better results from planting on firm soil than on that which Is very loose I also find PraIrIeIground should be in and the firmer the surface should be After the ground is thus prepared we mark it off both ways The rows the wldo way should bo four feet apart and the distance the narrow way depends on the variety grown If It Is a rauk growing variety two to two and one half feet will bo closo enough If a shy plantmaker 18 to 24 Inches Is the proper distance Tho best marker we have over used and we have tried several Is made by bolting a pair of straight ehafta to a piece of timber two by four Inches and 12 feet long braco It well We bore holes In the piece every four two and onehalf teal These holes are made slightly slanting In every four foot hole we bolt a square Iron rod about three feet long sharpened at the lower end When the horse la hitched to the shafts you have a device something like a rake ouly the teeth slant back so as not to catch on obstructions but slip over them You are then ready to lay off your ground tho wide way Dy letting one tooth run In the lost mark each time your rows will all be the same width Ono boy and man can operate this and mark many acres In a day When ready to crow and mark the nar row way put In extra teeth the distance apart that you wish the rows A mark thus made Is not blotted out by the rain but will show plainly even after a hard rainI always use a spade for planting a man and a boy working together The than uses the spade and carries tho basket ot plants on his left arm and faces the way the row runs With his right foot he forces the spade Into the ground pushing the handle forward which leaves an opmlng behind the spade The boy on the left of the row loess the plant In the opening down to the bud holding It thus while the spade Is removed and the man presses the soil Arwly to UK plant with hie left foot CUTTING SMALL BRANCHES A RIght and a Wrong Way of Per terming the Task of Prun- Ing Small Plants There Is a right and a wrong way to cut small broaches The right way to allow at IM tho aeeomiMRylRK llloo trattoa tko wrong ways at b c and d IllQIlT AND WnONO WAYS OF TltUI MIND A sharp knife Is best for pruning small plants says the Farm and Home Cut near a bud at an angle of 46 degrees placing the edge of the knife opposite the bud and about level with Its lowest point This brings the top of tho cut at about tho top of the bud The cut at d was made too low and leaves bud exposed so there Is danger of lisI being broken Cut c wax made too high and the limb must die back before the new growth can grow over It Cut at b has the game objection but In a lesser degree 8TKIPPINQS Barn the cows on wet cold days The rusty milk pall belongs not In the dairySunlight and fresh air In tho barn will do much to Insure a clean milk product Extreme care in keeping milk clean Is the basis of good quality in dairy productsThe of milk from the com mon goat Is MId to bo as good as that from any other Dont buy a family cow from a pro fcsslonal cow trader Chances are his veracity Is off tho same bolt as the floss trader In Prince Edward Island the entire dairy education and dairy supervision Is under the control of the Provincial Dairy association It tho factories do not come up to a proper sanitary con dition the association can close them up Swiss Cheese Making Prof K n Mumford of tho Unlver slty of Missouri has recently visited Switzerland and there Inspected a good many of tho factories In which cheese Is made Ho says it Is a mistake to suppose that all Swiss cheese is good Even the Kmmcnthaler varies in qual ity though as a general thing It Is good It is more uniform in quality than would be supposed to be possible when It Is considered that it is made not In one large factory In one place but In nu merous factories in different places Fertilizer for Plants Ammonia Is an excellent fertilizer Add one tablespoonful about three quarts of water and thoroughly water the plants with this once a week for a period of tbout six weeks You will no tice a marked change in growth and color as well CB la the bloom Thickness of Skin Tho skin ot the mon and women of some nations N much thicker than that of others particularly In hot countries The central African negro has ti skin about half as thick agaIn us that of a European That of a negro Is the thickest over the hood and back ovl dontly to form a protection from the sun Too Strong Mr Bluffly she said graciously you are one of the most original men- I have met for over so long You Imveui said a single word about tho weather No he replied with a tinge of re gret in his voice I couldnt give my opinion of tho weather In the presence of ladles THBlts Hereditary Solicitors Ono of the most remarkable instances of hereditary ounce amongst solicitors Is that of the acting undarshorlff for the city of London Mr Tufnell Burchcll sits In his sheriffs court In Red Lion square on tbo bench that his fat hnr grandfather and greatgrandfather successively oc cupled Government WastePaper Waste paper fromvtho combined government offices amounts each day to no ices than 1C tons The paper Is taken to a department officially known as the waste paperofflce and afterwards sent to a mill whore It is reduced to pulp nod made Into paper again Needed in the Navy Naval constructors are In great de nmnd Tho United States navy finds It bard to retain the constructors whom It educates because private firms orter them salaries of twice and three times tho amount they are now receiving Prizes for Moths The city of Salem Mass offered prizes last year to IN75 for kllllni brown lntl moths In competing foi those prltos tho buys duolroyed DTfiOOl nests which were estimated to rep resent 112000000 caterpillars Married Women The marrlMl woman who earns wages may In some eases not have to- Ok 01 hard as tho woman who Is trying to make her husbands salary meat the family expenses Washing ton Star Following the Fashion King IMwanl has quit wearing while vest Tide will of muse nnaa a deed Nun of four or five dollars W the AmortoBH who has Juet bought one Cfcfcago Jloeord llernnd Age Man lies sues ages she said Yes ho replied Woman has only two her teal age and the one she tells her rhonda Chita to Record Herald Onrmanys Laborers In Germany employers of labor are eomp lhHl to wont one hoers rost at midday and women with housonoli- oarm way dale an extra half hour Mntteullne Inconsistency Some wen who take tilt fidget at the praopoet of an hour lit a church pow eau sit nil night on a nail keg at n curd gutno UallitH NOWM Mexican Houses The outsWo walls of many of lhs hoiiH s In Mexico are from three to Ills feet thick to withstand earthquake Minks Capable of Great Acts The ono who will be found In trial rapablo or groat tots oflove Is over thn one who Is always doing consider ate small ones MARKET Cincinnati March 4 CATTLECommon S 75 0 4 00 Heavy steers 4 6fT 5 00 CALVES Extra 0 25 j 6 50 HOGS Ch packers 5 15 05 20 Mixed packers 5 05 5 15 SHEEPExtra 0 5 50 LAMBS Extra 7 85 0 8 00 FLOUR Spring pat 6 00 U 3- 51VHEATo 2 rod 1 16 fie 1 18 No3 winter 01 1411 CORK No 2 mixed OATSNo2 mlved 81RYE No 2 84 fD 8- 7HAYCh timothy Q13 00 POUK Clear mess X14 05 LARDSteam 0 0 12ft- BUTTEH Ch dairy 22 Choice creamery F 36 APPLES Choice 2 75 tt 3 75 POTATOES Per bbl 1 50 1 TOHACCO Now 6 00 0t 13 00 Old 4 014 76 Chicago KLOUR Winter pat S 10 0 20 WHEAT No 2 red 1 14 1 16 No 3 red 1 05 1 14 CORN No 2 mixed 45y4 OATS No 2 mixed 3214 RYES No 2 75 ti 77 PORK Mess 1240 j12 45 LARDSteam SO 0 82 M New York FLOUR Win strts 5 60 0 85 WHEAT No 2 red 0 1 21 CORN No 2 mixed 0 ri- 8OATSNo2 mixed 38 0 11 RYE Western SO PORK Family 12 75 013 60 LARDSteam 7 20 Baltimore CATTLESteers 3 50 4 00 SIIEEPNo 1 fat 3 00 0 3 50 LAMnS SprlnR 5 00 4b 00 HOGS Dressed 6 25 50 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 0 1 18 CORNNo 2 mixed m 81ft OATSNo2 mixed t 34 ft PORK Mess 611 00 LARDPure steam 6 50 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2ired 0 118- COnNNo2 OATSNo2 mixed O S3 t Buggy or Carriage Harness WEATHER end tine FINE Invite you lo drive both lor plfBure and mo fit Does your Hsritellli- look as well tko rest of your turnout or is it abal by end tutus detract from the appearanceIf way out of it Select a new set of Buggy or Carriage Her ass from Our Large Stork at astonishingly reasonable youdecideness do let uo put it in good repair for you It wont cost much a 4 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 health I am forced to close out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tombstones and Monuments which I will soil at greatly reduced prices Here is your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works S McGUIRE Prop Berea Ky Startling Mortality rtalityfromTo prevent and cure those awful diseases there is just one reliable remedy Dr Kings Nnw Life Pills M Flannery of 14 Custom House Place Chicago says They have no equal for Constipation and Bilious ness 25o at the Eiftt End Drug Co Brtnlte end Mtibl Work of all kinds done in a woricmanlikn manner at rea aonabla prices and with dispatch Allwork guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky co 1e 01 Main ud Colllni IIUHt L Incredible Brutality It would bnvo been incredible bru tality if Chas M Lemborger of Syracuse N T had not done the best he could for his sufferincr son uMr boy he says cut a fearful wash over his eye so I applied Bucklens Arnica Salvo which quickly healed it and saved his eye Good for burns and uloors too Only 25o at the East End Drug Co To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity comfleteandState for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRINO Etc I do work for most prominent people of Berea and vicinity Work sent to mo by mail or express will have prompt attention and charges paid one way S G FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Ky- Ruiiieaozt73Agk of Mt Vernon Berea Cote 1865 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Ovor 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business aud for lifeCollege CoursesLiterary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure degreesMusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a freo gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks maybe brought within 2950 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 2125 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregationalists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations You INFOnMATlON ANQrBIRVDLY ADVICE ADDRESS TUE SECRETARY WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky Madison County Roller Mills fIoIlIIylotItI4 Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour lIIIoIII Potts rsoII Wkltt Sutloa Ky Kodol MONUMENTSYrs countyCertificate DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Tile SI 00 bottle eontane 744 ttmtith trial die which Mil for 50 cote rilNUtlD TMI E C DeWITT Sc COMPANY CHICAGO ILL LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Time Table In Effect My I1901 Going Xarth Train 4 Dully Leave B rea 3 48 a m Arrive Richmond412 a m Arrive Paris 528 a m Arrive Cincinnati7 O a m Going North M Train 0 Dally Leave Beiea 1255 p m Arrive Richmond 125 p m Arrive Paris 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati 6 00 p m Going Eontb Train Dully Leave Berea 111 pm Auive Livingston 2 05 p m Urine South Train 3 Dally Leave Berea 11 24 p m Arrive Livingston 12 SO a m Traint No 1 and No 5 mike con nettou at Livmtrat in for Jnllico and tbe South with No 21 and No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSON jt Dentist o to or PoatoroceRichmond Ky RoutoIBy tho Tonic The pills that act as a not as a drastic purge are DeWilta Little Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation Biliousness etc Early Risers are mall easy to ValleyCityme of chronic constipation by the East End Drug Co and all Medicine Dealers t Founded Manufacturers RAILROAD A Dinner Invitation After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of Indigestion Kodol is a thorough digestant and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion GaB- on tbe Stomach Sour Risings Bad Breath and all stomach troubles N Watkins Lesbtis Ky says I can testify to the efficacy of Kodol in the cure of Stomach Trouble I was nfQictd with Stomach Trouble for fifteen years and have taken six DyepepsiaCuresix bottles were worth 1000 to me Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digeut any quantity of all the wholesome food you want to eat while your stomach takes a rent recuperates and grows preparationisremarkable cures Sold bv the EwEnd Drug Co and all Medicine Dealers A10 INVESTMENT- n Dell Telephone stock daring the lint three yen of the Corapmnji exittence NOW WORTH 50000 produeingpropertleOfaeompnT EIIAPDECOMIANYt11AM MAABRTile MOST ltalll lVANctUIKMT KKOWN IN CONNKCriON WITH A NKW D1S CVE11V United Bute Government hatadopted IXVoiritBrmera Newlmporlant contract all oteir toe assure enor Stockpurcbasednnder St tlalIreasurv plan before win lKItENTMONTIIIYOctober IX Write for lull particulars to GREATER NEW TOHK SECURITY 00 Sole flwal Agent llurval 8t New Tort OklahomaOWMl I Offers Opulent- Opportunities i I EiTo those who dc f Ire new land and alto uiuurpissed chance g = forlndurtrlal iitTestmenti bynpl fr tallata and munf1ctun + Its Farm Products in isw include x 25000000 buthel of wheat 140000 5 tale of cotton and million of dot 3 laraworthof other gralusfnlltsetc Stud for tree of pamphlet s n Truth About OkU fu jgHomcscekcrs= are sold via Santa Ke Route to a t Oklahoma Addrttic Ornt r rautultr 1hAltblsoeropeIa isaata II CHICAGO omJMwnwnrM m A WEEK Are EXPENSES for wen with rln to trochee our PoalVYMttu trsyal stareonclu I 1 y r P i THE CITIZEN uu u u Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths 11 The reputation of w L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to glra better satisfaction than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear en expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure a perfect fit Inspection invited COYLEHAYESBEREA KY H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 +1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 I 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 I I o Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES IHIHIIHIH I 11 I I I I I I I I I I Sovornl students have returned to their homes during tho past week or so to attend to tho spring work awaiting them thoro Mrs Horace L Broughton nee Annie L Rathbun formerly of Mas sachusetts a Boron student from 00 to 08 is now living in Altoona Pa Mrs Fannie Baker widow of Walker Baker died at her home in Wallaceton Monday Her funeral took plow Tuesdayat Wallace ChapolTho Ladies Aid of tho Union Church Thursday night give a supper at 030 in the Parish House to nil members especially those recently received and their families Prayer meeting immediately after wardsIMany will learn with regret of the death of Mrs L R Raymond at I Angola N Y on February 22 after only a few days illness of grip She I was formerly a resident of Berea moving from hero to Angola two years ago I In a loiter received this week from 1C H Becktoll now a student at Hillsdale Mich he speaks encourag ingly of his work there Ho has lost note of his love for Borea however and it is probable he may return hero next fall Prof Dinsmoro attended the National Teachers Convention Sup erintendence Department which met in Milwaukee Wis last week Nearly every State in the Union was represented the gathering and a most successful conference was the result I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 IS1itII1- Thu fine weather of tho past week has been very much appreciated With the drying of tho roads and fields walking parties are a natural sequence Several young folks took advantage of the line weather on Saturday to indulgo in this invigor ating exercise Tho Fife and Drum Corps pie supper on Friday night last was quite a success financially and otherwise Tho pie on sale was of excellent quality and won its way to the pocket books of those present The boys will have about 14 to put to their summer camp fund as a result Coylo Hayes have been im proving the equipment of their shoo department the past week A cosy corner carpeted with oil cloth and furnished with comfortable seats and foot stools will make the pur chase of shoes still more enjoyable at the Douglas shoo headquarters in Borea A most enjoyable evening was spent at the homo of President Frost on March 1st when Miss Lillian Maupin entertained a few of her young friends Games and a social time generally with refresh ments as a climax made tho evening one to bo remembered long with great pleasure There is considerable sickness in town at present the hospital being crowded to its utmost capacity Mrs Dinsmoro who has been ill for sometime is improving nicelyand hopes soon to bo about again Glare Weaver hada slight attack of ty phoid lever but was able to sit up for awhile on Wednesday I WITH TH CHARACTER or TH- KWOMAN New Cash Store l C C RHODUS Prop BEREA KENTUCKY L PRIG 300 t ran +n Miss Laura Click matron of the annex dining room was given a surprise birthday party on Saturday evening from 030 to 3 oclock A tune of social enjoyment was spent after which Mr Darier on behalf of a few of Miss Clicks friends pro sented her with a vase and read au address expressive of the good wishef of those concerned The lady friends of Phi Delta gave a reception Saturday evening from j 730 to 930 in honor of the debaters of that society Tho judges and chairman who officiated tho night of tho debato wore also distinguished guests A short program was enjoyed after which refreshments were waIwas an every particular Miss Douglas is quito seriously ill She has been removed to Prof Dinsmoros that she may bo in quieter quarters Dr Gibson of Richmond came Tuesday noon and Dr Taylor of Louisville arrived Tuesday night In consultation with tho attending physician they pronounced tho trouble neuritis While tho patient is in a very criti cal condition good hopes are held out for her recovery A trained nurse from Lexington is in attend ance Thomas Berry spout a week at the State Normal school Frankfort visiting his sister Miss Frances M Berry who is teaching there Dur ing his visit n Borea social was given a few of the Normal students also taking part A short literary program was rendered in which Miss Titus gave a splendid toast on Boron College At tho close Mr Berry led the old familiar song Yes wero going to Bores in which nil the Berea students joined Among those present were Misses Ida Hayden Blanche Hopper Logan Durotte Laino Hughes Berry and Titus Mrs hang mad Mr Cartmell mtortairicd the Alpha Zeta debaters md their lady friends nt a full rourso dinner on Saturday evening The table was sot in Mrs Hongs parlor which was tastily decorated with the society colors and banners Misses Dodge and Fonu proved themselves very efficient as dis pensers of all that is good to those seated about tho festal board Din nor over a most pleasant social time was spent after which the quests departed feeling that the host and hostess had done their parts admirably Each guest ro solved nit appropriate souvenir of tho owning Resolutions Whereas in tho inscrutable work liferfilosed on Feb 20 therefore Resolved that we her follow nombors of the Utilo Dulce literary society hereby express our appreci ition of her steady enthusiasm her levotion to the society anti the lathes of secretary as well as the literary tono that characterized all tar work Wo mourn tho loss of lor gentle helpfulness her quiet humor and her loving spirit and further Resolved that wo extend to her family our most sincere sym pathy in their great loss and fur her Resolved that a copy of these resolutions be sent to tho family and M put upon the records of tho ocietyCommittee Euphemia K Corwin- Lotta M Osborno Lillian Ambrose JACKS FOR SALE I have seven good Jacks all broken nd ready for service Will sell heap or exchange for other stock J W HBRNDON PO Whites Station Stock Farm 3 miles north of Berea J1 A SWELLBOOTor people BEREA REAL ESTATE A Company for Its Improvement Incorporated Louisville Capital Interested W H Portor and Dr P Cornelin recently disposed of their real eslat holdings lucre at a fair price to tho Borea Real Estate and Itnprovemen Company n 10000 corporation roo cently for tho purpose oC buying and selling real estnto building and renting in Boron nail othe towns showing a lOuBcrntho growth Mr Portor was the organizer of tho company and ill its president Louisville capital is Invested in the enterprise The Fee property com prising sonic sixty lots with smallo holdings on Jackson Street Cento and Main Streets form the nucleus They will endeavor to improve then in every way as they believi thoroughly in the future of Borea Still Growing Tho new is growing apace Mr Payne VarjHJHter in charge ox peels to have tho building in slllllO for tho painters to begin on course of a week or ton days On waitingroom will bo 10x18 feet urn tho other 10x10 foot while tin agents office will extend from from to rear 12Jx22 feet Mr Bower our go jai agent wears a smile in prospect of having such rant quarters Tho business of tho LIi- N hero has increased very largolj during tho past year or so and there will bo a still greater increase ir traffic both freight and jwssongor when this division becomes tho main lino between Cincinnati and Atlanta The officials of tho road protniso tc have through trains running betweor these two points byuoxt fall Tho traroling public of Berea anti vicinity will appreciate this incronsix accommodation nnd tho agent ht charge will no longer bo hnndioapx by lack of ollico room Ye Olde Folkes Concert Yo olden days whet soloim thoughts mid long metro tunes halt way wore very well presented to ur fuesduy night in the Tabernacle by a company of the Union Sunday school workers and others Th costume of a century or more ago vcro vorycreditably reproduced coming to suit exactly tho character x rtrnyed Ye singers of Worldlii Tunes T L Horton Miss Putnam II M Racer Miss Ambrose Mist Jones and the two quartets won veil prepared as wore also tin lionises Wo laugh at those old tongs our fathers thought so oauti ill and yet wo are at tho same tune impressed with tho majesty of Limit sonorous measures They but roiled n time of strong ago which laid tho solifoundations of our present success Tho pro cctis go townnls tho purchase of now ong books for tho Union Sunday whoop Lyceum Course The noxt number in the Lycoun lourso for 100will be given on ucsday night next by Rev Dr J- L lull the great Southern orator ProC Dodgo has assurance that Ihit ecturo The Chord of tho Sevenths ouo of tho most eloquent productions now being given from the plat Corm Admission 25 coats Season tickets good- DAMES AND DAUGHTERS Mrs Mary A Livermore celebrated ter eightyfifth birthday recently and is said to be In excellent health Tiring of the emptiness of society Ute Miss Marianne Wood daughter oft prominent New York citizen has taken U situation na housemaid While not definitely decided It Is highly probable that Miss Alice Roosevelt will be presented at the British court this winter with Whltcluw Reid 01 her sponsor Mrs Fairbanks wife of the vice president elect In described na a very winning approachable woman For our years she has been president gen rat of the Daughters of the American Revolution Mrs Cornelius Vanderbilt has start ed tho fashion of having an opera conk to match each gown Every Imo she appeared at tho opera in New York she wore a different costume in lulling the outer cloak Mme Makaroff widow of the Rue sinn vice admiral who went down with tho battleship Pctropavlovsk is re ardcd as among tho most beautiful ind talented women In nil the czars empire For years her receptions and dinner parties were the most brilliant In Bt Petersburg bliss Louise Mary Driver mayoress ot Chatham England has completed ior first year of tho office Sho Is nayoresa by virtue of tho fact that icr father Li mayor and her mothers dead She Is not four years old The other day as mayoress she gave a etc to 2000 school infants Lady Bristol has a most wonderful collection of old fans Many of these the hall copied on chicken skit and other tine materials and her work can hardly bo distinguished from the orlgl iaa Sho la also very clever In re producing wild towers and devotes a treat deal of time to this artistic lobby nir qrtrrtp rprtrNYYp1rYpt pptr pYpptrrprpYrVMrPrPP btt1YY- Yj YOU ARE JUDGED BY r II THE CLOTHES YOU WEAR i iClothes may not make a man but it is useless to I i crefite a disturbance by going around without them twhen you cats bu r t selling out but out sellingriThis is the time when it is true economy to spond imoney and extravagance to keop it k If Fabrics grew ready woven we tcould make prices less That is about t the only way 4 t What you say when you go home we it intend to be our best ad tThe smallest thing about our place t price and price is a good salesman but quality is a better one t Did you ever think your neighbour was living easier than oursclf Perhaps he is and mn be it is because he t1CI WELCHS i Largest stock ot Dry Ooods in the County n fine hue of Dross Goods Groceries at Wholesale Prices s Cheapest Drug Store on Earth C t It is 90 Miles to the next Store that soils Meal at 5cI0 4444444444 O Q LOOM END SALE b Began Friday January 27th Perhaps some of our customers may not under stand this expression At tho Mills there are always remnants left over from the original run which average from one to two yards in length They are t identical in quality with the goods sold in bolts r THESE GOODS WILL ALL BE SOLD BY THE POUND I At unheardof prices Mere is your chance to literally get three dresses for the price of one The j beautyof these artistic designs in w j1 Dimities Silk MullsjPongees and Crepes t c- Are sure to make thorn move quickly Do not inlHiindorstnnd us These dainty Dross Goods are remnants of wunvtm you pay 20 nnl130coutH per yard for C J HANSON CO It The Shop for Ladles Btrei Ky y tIra f J t t lliI Do You Know That March is a Bad Month for Fires Better have your house and household goods insured Doesnt cost much Meansrlots to you in case of a fire Would be glad to write it for you I represent the best old line companies in fact can writet1you in any legitimate company if 1FIRE LIFE And ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD j z Jt And TRANSFERRED a 1 s NOTARY PUBLIC tom W H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK I n I 1 cr 1 PRfSDfNT BEGINS HISSECONOTERMtF t i ROOSEVELT TAKES OATH BEFORE IMMENSE AUDIENCE SOLEMNITY MARKS EVENT Multitude Awed as Chief Executive Repeats Binding WordsTwenty Oae Guns Doom Salute Falr banks la Inducted Washington D c March 41 do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the office of president of tho United States and to the beet of my ability protect preserve and defend the constitution of the United Stalest WIt these words Theodore Ilwsevelt proildont of tho United State for the peel three years was Saturday In nugiirated for another term to the high ot ettoe which It Is the privilege of an American cUlion to attain Clilet Justice Puller with all the occasionsrurfd during his career ndraatetered lb oAth to the president This was the fourth and last ItMtance in which the chief Justice Is to tHt the second figure of Importance Hardly had the rrldent flniahed his Inaugural address aa4 gjthe spectators when ho rahwd hit hand preparatory to taking the oath was broken by UM deafening roar of tl guns la official salute to the executive JiMt entering upon his second term ai presi dent Interest at IU Height Daring the boors Intervening between the gathering of the crowd and the t c Theodore Reeeevelt i laoay there was no letting down or the tension of interest The pawing r a uniformed horseman WM ufflr1ent rant forth cheers although In some a tloa u multitude skewed signs of rrMtoaMMM Thta was true particularly on the ntrta of the throng where nenlltaImany 111111 m get neater to isdnt of a hut The effect upon the u neely pa i multitude was a eontln iiou 8UrJI backward and forward a lurlHilrit sen of humanity The nMdsvoulng of the troop tom ix it tees and rlvlc societies entertained the crowd throughout the long watt In cident la Uir schedule The various or ganisation arriving by different routes passed Into the narrow dent which the uniformsLoammltUfla and the rIch caparisoning Of the horse loading themselves to a Cheel81ishallingpktureAs the troops arrived th- OJJteok the positions assigned them The escort strotohcd far to the loft and consisted of all branches of the service hone foot and artillery To the right were grouped division after division of stale troop and in different places of honor the other organisations took their iand to await tho signal to more The movements of the gathering troops and organliatlon were not all tho crowd had for Ita entertainment Directly In iu front preparations wore in progress for tho Inauguration Itself Tho numater stand In the form of an open amphitheater accommodating 7000 person had been erected on a linn with the rotunda of tho capitol and then drcoratora were engaged in arranging for tho ceremony and ushers busied themselves learning the sections to be assigned to the various officials and dls tlngnlshcd guests Notables Begin to Arrive Shortly after noon just following the Induction Into once of Vlco President Fairbanks the monster stand decorat ed with plants flowers flag and bunt log began to flll with tho people who had Just finished witnessing the cere monial tn the senate chamber and scarcely a half hour passed before thla coign ot vantage was tilled to over flowing Added to the color afforded by the plants and bunting were the bril liant costumes of the women and thesoI put on a touch of variety which rivaled tho occasion of tour years ago Every ledge about the capitol and the win n do wawrro tilled to the point of overflow ing with their human burdens and long before the official party appeared the streets were Jammed as far as the rye could reach Several minutes before one oclock an extra foul burst of cheers from the mlltil lust Jn front of tho main capitol door called the Attention from the brilliant parade of uniforms In tho stre tstotbe official partr which hadI JuirtYorao through the mien door Tho rr prnaldont there he is and similar erto came from the aiMtnblti popu PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TAKING TILE OATH OF OFFIOEI lace but the nations chief was not to carne for some moments- A hush was noticeable In tho crowd The official entrance was dramatic All except those who were participating In the ceremony were seated When the justices of the supreme court with the exception ot Chief Justice Fuller emerged from between the Corinthian pillars and marched down the sloping carpeted aisle to their station they wore greeted with npplatwo The Justices wore their robes and skullcaps Then came the members cf the diplomatic corps In tholr gorgeous uniforms and they evoked thunderous applause Lad by Gaunt Caaelnl tho RtMlan ambas sailor and dean of the corps and fol lowed by the others In order of price dtnr the took seats on tho right of the eland Strolling in after them ram members of the cabinet senators and representatives In eongre Hush as President Oemes Following on UM heels of the oRlclal party came Mm Itoowvctt and a party of friend then but a moment later the new vice president Mr Fnlrbank and his escort arrived and were greeted by tremendous bursts of apnlawe As soon M Vice President Fairbanks seated him self the cheers ceased the military pro seated arms every hut IP the commit tees came off and the great ocean of peo pie set up a perfect roar of cheers fairly shouting IU lf lioarw Quick all a Hash overy sound was Wiled and President Roosevelt quiet and com posed of demeanor came from between the gigantic pillars escorted by Chief Justice Fuller A random burst of cheer came from the front of the crowd as with measured tread in harmony with tho dignified step of the chief JUt tire the president advanced In state down tile long aWe of distinguished guests Dy this time all were standing and nothing could be fioard above tin roar of thunderous welcome Immediately following carne arm In arm the members of tho committee on arrange ments As tho president passed down tho aisle ho bared his head and with characteristic sweep of his hat bowed In aaknowlcdgomont of the salutations from tho stand and the ovation from the people Tho man of tho hour was before the most roproHontatlve gathering that had over assembled to greet the chief execu the of the nation upon a like occasion j Charles W Fairbanks President Roosevelts manner was not that of a man upon whoso bead fell tho great responsibilities of a nations care Three years of experience as chief ex ecutive bad changed this man as much as did Lincolns liberation of the black man change that great statesman While he waited for the applause to die out ho stood In triumph with no show of vanity with no evidences of political enmity apparently no memories of tho campaign gone by and nothing more disconcerting than a huge gathering of loyal AmericansOath Administered Chief Justice Fuller stepped to the front of the pavilion constructed espe daily for the use ot the president dur ing the ceremonies and his clerk came forward bearing a Bible A hush fol lowed by absolute alienee fell over the crowd which hut a moment before was cheering Itself hoarse President Roosevelt raised his right hand and took the oath which binds m tuvsupport lag the laws end constitution of the United States with great reverence and amid deep silence So groat was tho awe of Ute assembled multitude that not the semblance of a demonstration followed Then the president began his inaugural address and as soon as hahad finished and disappeared within the rnpltol the signal was flashed to tho navy yard and the salute of 21 guns told the end of the ceremonies and the Initial stop of the presidents entrance Into his second tern of office Fairbanks Is Inaugurated Second only In Importance to the in auguration of the president on the cal Chief Justice Fuller endar of events for the day was the Induction of Senator Fairbanks o Indiana Into the offlee of the vice president of the United States in the senate chamber The ceremony was brief and simple to the extent of be- Ing severe Immediately following the address and oath of Vice President Fairbanks came the final adjournment of the Fiftyeighth congress and the beginning of tho special session Many other events such as the swear Ing in of almost a third membership of the senate and various routine duties which wore tn themselves of great Im port were thrust Into the background by the Impressive ceremonies which pre ceded Solemn and yet brief is the way the taking of the oath Impressed tho spectators It consisted of a prom tae made with uplifted nand and bowed head to perform tho duties of the of flee and to support and defend tho con stitution of the United States This was the oath of office and It was admin istered by Senator Frye as president pro tempore of the senate The two officials stood confronting each other on the ole vated platform on which rests the desk of tho preceding officer of tho senate practically on tho lame spot on which all the Incoming vice presidents for the past 50 years have stood Regarding tho notables who wero present at tho ceremony In the senate practically the same personages wen seen at this event as wore present about an hour later at the Inauguration or the president Every niche and cranny In the gallery was filled with people That section which Is generally used private ly by the senators was turned over to the executive party and directly oppo site that quarter newspaper men were busily engaged portraying tho scenes about them Outside of these two quarters of tho gallery persons hold- Ing special tickets wero seated Shortly before 12 the special guests began to arrive The president won seated In a big red leather chair Im mediately In front of the desk of tha presiding officer and was an Interesting spectator of tho ceremony in which he himself had participated four years ago The induction ceremony did not ton sume more than two minutes of time and was administered by Mr Frye presid ing officer of the senate With tho last positive thump of the gavel upon tho desk Senator Fro re linquished his position as president pro torn by announcing the end of that body Taking a seat to one side Mr Fairbanks took his place and began his inaugural address This was followed by the prayer of Dr Edward theorgaplratloned the oath In each case being ad ministered by Mr Fairbanks Immedi ately upon the adjournment1 lhqsKKC8t began to tile out of the gallery r preparations were begun for the Iwntgur lion of the president OUR DUTIES AN- DRSPONSIBILITlfS TILE INAUGURAL ADDRESS OB PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT CAUSE FOR THANKFULNESS He Says We Have Obligations Both to Ourselves and to the World and Can Shirk Neither Washington March 4 The following is the text of President Roosevelts In augural address My Fellow Citizens No people on earth have more cause to be thankful than ours and this Is said reverently In no spirit of boastfulness in our own strength but with gratitude to the Giver of Good Who has blessed us with the conditions which have enabled us to achieve so large a measure of well being and of happiness To us as a people It has beep granted to lay the foundation of our national life in a new continent We are tho heirs of the ages and yet we have had to pay few of the penalties which in old countries are exacted by the dead hand of a bygone civilisation We have not beon obliged to fight for our existence against any alien race and yet our rICe has for tho vigor and effort without which the manlier and hardier virtues wither away Un der such conditions It would be our own fault If we failed and the success which we have had In the past the success which we confidently believe tho future will bring should cause In us no teolI log of vain glory but rather a deep abiding realization of all which life has offered us a full acknowledgement of the responsibility which Is ours and a fixed determination to show that under a free government a mighty people can thrive best alike as regards tho things of the body and tho things of tho soul Much has been glvon to us and much will rightfully be expected from us7 We have duties to others and duties to our salvos and we can shirk neither We have become a groat nation forced by tho fact of its greatness into relations with the other nations of the earth and we must bohave as beseems a peo pie with such responsibilities Toward all other nations large and small our attitude must be ono of cordial and sincere friendship We must show not only In our word but In our deeds that we are earnestly desirous of securing their good will by acting toward them In a spirit of Just and generous recognition of all their rights Dut Justice and gen erosity In a nation as In an Individual count most when shown not by the weak but by the strong While ever careful to refrain from wronging others we must be no les Insistent that we are not wronged ourselves We wish pence but we wish the pear of Juliet the peace of righteousness We wish it because we think It is right and not pe cause we are afraid No weak nation that acts manfully and Justly should ever have cause to fear us and no strong power should ever be able to single us out as a subject tot Insolent aggression Our relations with the other powers of the world are important but still more Important arc our relations among ourselves Such growth In wealth Jn population and In powers as this nation has seen during the century and a quar ter of Its national life Is inevitably ac companied by a like growth In the prob lems which are over before every nation that rises to greatness Power In variably means both responsibility and danger Our forefathers faced certain perils which wo have outgrown We now face other perils the very existence of which It was Impossible that they should foresee Modern life Is both com plex and intense and the tremendous changes wrought by the extraordinary Industrial development of the last half century are folt In every fiber of our social and political being The conditions which have told for our marvelous material wellbeing which havo developed to a very high de gree our energy solfrollanco and indi vidual initiative have also brought the caro and anxiety inseparable front the accumulation of great wealth in Indus trial centers Upon the success of our experiment much depends not only as regards our own welfare but an regards tho welfare of mankind If we rail tho cause of free selfgovernment through out the world will rock to Its founda tions and therefore our responsibility is heavy to ourselves to tho world as it is today and to the generations yet unbornYet after all though the problems arc new though the tasks set before us differ from the tasks set before our fathers who founded and preserved this repub lie the spirit In which these tasks must be undertaken and these problems faced if our duty Is to be well done remains essentially unchanged We know that sei government Is difficult We know that no people needs such high traits of character as that people which seeks to govern its affairs aright through the freely expressed will of tho free men who compost It But we have faith that wo shall not prove false to the memories of the men of the mighty past They did splendidheritage DutyA school When he went home his mother asked him what the lesson was about Faith says the boy Whats that his mother asked Uellevln1 what youve got overy reason to suppose aint so tho boy replied Anti then ho afterward remarks there was some talk about duty too Whats dutyV his mother asked him Oh duty he replied Is any old thine that you have get do when want to play baseballCbicagoC- hronicle rINTERESTING STATE NEWS f FRANCHISE VALUES State Board of Valuation and Assess ment Fixes Them Frankfurt Ky March 3Tho state hoard of valuation and assessment fixed tho franchlso value of the rail roads In Kentucky as follows Louis ville Nashville 11038400 Illinois Control 6630400 Chesapeake Ohio 4272440 Cincinnati Now Or leans Texas Pacific 3C0881G Southern Railway Co In Kentucky l4ei 330 Mobile Ohio 359071 Ixnilsvlllo Henderson St Louis 1742400 Ashlapd Coal and Iron Rail way Co 620300 Nashville Chatta nooga St Louts 346780 Lexing ton Eastern Railway Co 846683 LoulHvlllo Eastern Railway Co 220000 Camden Interstate railway 166126 Tennessee Central railway 169617 Glasgow Railway Co 06 500 Licking River Railroad Co 111 000 Central Transfer Railway Stor ago Co 1400 Cadiz Railroad Co 14120 DOUBLE WEDDING Child Brides Figure In Marriage Ceremonies Louisville Ky March 2Iva Horn back 14 years old became the brlda of Franklo Crall aged 21 years at the courthouse Lura Watkins 16 years old who assisted them from- Upton ICy accepted the child brides banter to participate in a double marriage and with one ceremony Magi trate Josoph M Koyor Joined the ties bias of four people for weal or woe Tho girls mot tholr lovers while on the way to school They barely hat time to catch n train coming to Louis ville FOR THE SECOND TIME A Mother and Daughter Were Simul taneously Adjudged Mad Hopklnsvllle Ky March 4Mrs Patience I Henderson wlfo of James Henderson a Todd county pantor and Miss Pearl Henderson their daughter wore for the second time simultaneously adjudged of unsound mind and brought to the Western lunatic asylum hero Christmas ore 1903 they wero sent to the asylum but soon released as cured Lately they have both become so much worso they have had to be returned to tho Institution KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY Board of Curators Decide To Open a Law College Lexington Ivy March tThe board of curators of Kentucky university met in special session hers and decid ed to open a law college at the univer sity next fall Jullge Lyman B Chnk loy will bo the dean of the college The following named will constitute the faculty John T Shelby John R Allen Charles J Rronson George R Hunt Judge Mat Walton and Judge J H Haielrlge Admits Combine Covlnglon Ky March 3TheS- teno Lake Ice Co of Cincinnati ono of a score of Cincinnati and Covington Ico companies that were indicted two years ago tn this city on charge of forming a trust to regulate Ice prices entered a plea of guilty beforo the circuit court through Its attorneys The court assessed a fine of 800 Sues Railway For Damages Paducah Ky March 3J W Hu1 son of this city as administrator of the estate of his son Harry has moo suit at Memphis Tenn against the Illinois Central for 25000 for tho death of his son who was an cog neer and who wits lilted some time ago at Millington Tenn a switch be lag loft open- Governor Approved the Finding Frankfort Ky March 2Coy Hcckham approved tho finding of the courtmartial which fined Co lit Rob ort A Burton of Louisville 76 onl declared him guilty of falling to re port the property of the government In his possession as required by tho Dick law Death Sentenced Pronounced Lexington Ky March 4Overrul ing the motion for a now trial Judge Parker passed sentence of death upon James Piersall the negro convicted ot- a criminal assault upon Mrs Lucy Wagoner In this city and fixed the day of his execution for Friday May 5 Cooney Howell Acquitted Paducah Ky March 3Cooney ilowoll a whlto map who shot and killed Harris Freeman a burglar nt Grand Rivers ICy was acquitted J y County Judge Thos Evans at Smith land the court holding that he was Justified in killing the negro Remains Will Be Cremated CovIngton Ky March 3Dr Chas Ellis 39 died at the home of his aunt Mrs Wren West Ninth street The deceased had practiced medicine in Covlngton for 12 years The remains will be cremated at the Ch chi nati crematory Dryer To Succeed Byare Hopklnsvftle Ky MarcJi SThe Ilopklnsville tobacco board of tra f- lectM Fred Dryer Inspector to sue feed the late F M Byars There woro 19 candidates and Mr Dryer WM elected on the S7tTi ballot A JAIL DELIVERY Three Alleged Murderers and Two Thieves Freed Madlsonvllle ICy March 4There was a sensational Jail delivery In this city In which three murderers and two thieves wore freed and the officers aro much alarmed as throe of the men wero In on dangerous charges and are considered dangerous moo Tho delivery was made by some ono from the outside cutting the iron bars from a rear window of the Jail and per mitting the men who had not boon locked In their cells the night before to walk out They were Louis Wll bert murder Joff Morgan murder John Hall murder Leo Abbott 05 charges of forgery Qtho Armstrong housebreaking Tho delivery was made some time between midnight anti daylight Officers are after the fugitives TO READJUST RATES The State Railroad Commission Will Take Action Owensboro Ky March aCa1t W T Ellis attorney for tho local ship pers made a motion which was sus tained before tho state railroad com mission which has been In session here for tho past four days for an In vestigation of tho ownership of tho Louisville Henderson St Louis Railroad Co L J Irwin general freight and passenger agent for tho railroad company stated on the stand that he did not know who owned the controlling Interest In the road It is thought that the freight rate investigation hero will result In a readjust ment of rates all over the state NEW STATEHOUSE Plans For the Structure Have Been Completed Frankfort Ky March ITho board of statehouse commissioners held a meeting at which Architect Frank M Andrews wnb present Ho told the boon his plans and specifications were all ready and that advertising for bids for the erection of tho new statehouse could begin at once Ho said If the bids received were accept able to the board there was no reason why work on the new building could not begin by June 1 Tho deeds for the Hunt site are In readiness and as soon as the attorney general com pletes the examination of the titles the property will be taken over by tho state Broken Back Cured Louisville Ky March 2li L Smith ot Bertha ICy has been sue cessfully operated on hero for a bro ken back After being suspended by straps in an upright position at Uni versity hospital for five weeks ho was releanod from his position ana sent homo Wound Proves Fatal Newport Ky March 3KatioWoltner the 17yearold girl who was accidentally shot by her brother died at her home near Cold Springs Tho fatal 22 caliber bullet from a flobert rifle penetrated tho throat lodging In the back of the neck- Imprisonment and Fine Louisville Ky March 2 Howard Splllman of Peters crook Darren county pleaded guilty In the UnlteJ States federal court to tho chargo ot fraudulent use of the malls and was sentenced to five mouths Imprison moM In Jail and to pay a fine of 500 Prof J W McGarvey Lexington ICy March 4 Tine oUt opal announcement was made that nt tho end of tho present scholastic term Prof J W McGarvoy now president of the Madison Female Institute at Richmond would resign to become a member of the faculty of the Camp bolMIngorman college In this city The Quarantine Was Raised Bowling Green Ky March 4 Tho quarantine placed upon unvaccinated persons coming from Simpson to this county has been raised as tho citizens of Simpson county have complied with the general vaccination order to such an extent as to put a stop to the disease Four Killed By Dynamite Palntavllle Ky March 4While thawing dynamite In powder cans In the railroad camp of A IL Calligan of tho C 0 the dynamite exploded and Will Van Hoose foreman Rans Adklns Anderson Robinson and Will McGuire were kilted Respell Acquitte- dCovlIlJonKy March 4J B Res pess was acquitted by a Jury In tlu circuit court of the charge of renting1 or permitting premises owned by him to be used for poolroom purposes Clay For Minister Switzerland Washington March Brutus Clay Richmond Ky Is slated for minister to Switzerland The post pays 7600 It is said the president had c nslder ed him for the post at Copenhagen Clay Is the son of the late Gen Gas slua M Clay- Seven Yurt For Detaining a Woman Versailles Ky li r h4Utun6ton Jones o nero was sententeiTto sew fordetRlnInkawu charged with pursuing MlM Lucy Fogrg of near Quaker Spring Goods WE HAVE THE NEWEST MOST COMPLETE AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS IN BEREA Spring Goods Are In DRESS GOODS MOHAIRS SERGES FRENCH MADRAS SILK MULLS SILK WAISTING GINGHAMS ORGANDIES LAWNS PERCALES DRESS LINENS OPERA CREPE AND SUMMER SUITINGS OF ALL KINDS ARE FOUND HERE IN THE LATEST STYLES WE HAVE THE NEWEST NOVELTIES IN THE POPULAR SHADES OF BLUES AND BROWNS OUR STOCK OF WHITE GOODS IS COMPLETE IN ALL THE NEW STYLE PATTERNS COYLE HAYES 43tI J 1 1 1 r 1 I I 1 r I Jr1 I I 1 1 I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 r r I I I I I I I r 1 I Eastern Kentucky News Ho correspondence published amen dined In hill by tte writer The name ii not for paUlcatiOB bat at U trldtnce of good tilth Write plilnly j LLLLLLLLLLL1 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Mar 5Mr and Mrs J J Mar tin visited Mr and Mrs A T Abney Sunday Casper Royand Bert Martin nnd Harvey Grant visited Robert and Rouble Abney Sunday 0 M Payne and son George of Dis putanta went to Richmond Sunday on business There was preaching ntQScafTold Cane Sunday Mr and Mrs JL Martin visited Mr nnd Mrs M B McGuire There will bo an other box supper at Macedonia Sat urday night two weeks Everybody como Boys dont bo stingy with your money Virgia Ray Martin visited her cousin Reecio Ray Todd Fridaynight March 6J W Todd and W H Stephens went to Richmond Monday on businessChalt Bullen called on Miss Bessie Linvillo SundayH E Bullen and wife of Conway visited friends here Sunday Miss Vergio Martin visited Misses Annie and Mattie McGuiro SundayJ J Martin nnd son Casper went to Bijrea Friday on businessMiss- Ella E Lake visited friends in Scaffold Cane SundayTho marri ago of Miss Vergio Martin to George Payne is expected soonMrs W H Rich who has been sick is some bettor MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE March 0Miss Estolla Todd of Dayton Ohio visited Mrs Margaret Fortio and Miss Corrina Smith dur ing the past week Miss Todd is quite an accomplished young lady and is distinguished especially for her musical voice Miss Mamio Harris entertained Friday evening in honor of her friend Miss Katie Jones Flinch and other games were indulged in after which light refreshments wero served Miss Harris aquitted herself as quite a charming hostess Miss Julia Young and Miss Clara Tulbott tho Mason connty teachers visited our city Saturday and SundayMrs Carrie Thomas teacher in the Flemingsburg schools is the charming guest of Mrs P T Gorhain Rev P T Gorham of Scotts Chapel left Tues day morning to attend the General Conference which convenes in Louis ville Rev Gorham has done good work during the past year and it is earnestly hopped that ho will be- returnedMrs Margaret Fortio accompanied by her mother loft Mondayafternoon for Philadelphia rllov 0 A Nelson loft Saturday for Springfield where ho will enter his new field of labor as pastor of tho Baptist churchMrsJ- osiq Parker of the East End i iaaistedRev Price preached an able sermon to a large und appreci ative uudieuco Sunday afternoon for Rev P T Gorham TJio revival 4- f 9 4 which is being held at the Bethel church continues to grow in intarcst Rev D P Jones of Nicholasvillo conducted tho B V P U at the Bethel church SunlillYaCternoon JACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK March SDied on March 3 after a short Illness Annie wife of D G Sparks The bereaved husband and son have tho sympathy of all the goal people heroMr null Mrs Wm Fox were at this place Friday Curtis Alcorn purchased n goo horse from Abram Coffoy Monday will be the day to collect taxes ases sed hero to finish paying an old debt standing against our schoolhouse Calvin Carroll one of onr best young men recently purchased fin horse in McKee and has entered tho list of sewing machine agents in interest of tho Singer firm These few days of nice weather caused tho merchants to lower the price of eggs to 16 cents Good is only per hundredweight here I36O Parsons has gone to 1fa D N Welch and Sam Lucas made a call on our business men Wednesday Leo Webb candidate for County Superintendent visitc tho voters here Also Mr Parrots candidate for Sheriff did Oh they are all candidates in this county SAND GAP March OJolm Brockman is o the sick list with gripMrs Jan Witt has sold out and is going t BereaMathias Seaborn bas deter mined to make his future homo i IndianuQ L Bales has moved Madison county to a farm rented B ClayL B Martin has sold farm to W A Powell for 300 will mono in the fall to Illinoi- Bob Day is selling out to go to IndianaL T Morris and wife visited G W Hellard Will Pe nington and wife visited Will Cnm boll Saturday OWSLEY COUNTY BOO NEYILLE Mar 0 Leonard Becknell Wilmoro was visiting friends in Boonovillo last weok1V B Bullock was a business visitor in Louisville during the last weokThe local lodge of F nnd A M have changed their timo of meeting from Saturday morning to Saturday night to accommodate tho business men who could dayBrucefor Rose Hill Vu Mr Woodward is looking for n location to reenter business and will visit Piuovillo and Knoxvillo before ho returns Marcus Price of Levi loft u few days since- for Cincinnati where ho expects to secure employment Miss Mary Duff returned homo last week from a two months visit with friends in Louis ville While in Louisville Miss Duff u had thin privilege of attending the remarkable series of revival meetings held in that city recently Quarter Meeting will bo hold at tho M E church at this place Saturday and Sunday March 18 and 10 It will be conducted by Rev Hill tho Pro siding EldorJ M Marcum roo turned last week from Cloy City whore ho has boon visiting his broth or Andrew Marcum who leaves in a few days to seek a location in Okla LiterarySociety Indianapolisthe close of tho school term Mr Brown is n rising young poet of the Riley typo und is a very successful entertainer His coming will be looked forward to with plcasurcablc anticipation Archie Brandenburg n student of Berea College was in Boonovillo last week Ho brought tho sad news of tho death of Miss Bessie Flanery nt that place The untimely death of Miss Bcssio Flan cry is greatly deplored by tier many friends and acquaintances in this vi cinity Little Charloy Wilder was very sick with pneumonia fever last week Revs Ball nnd Moore filled their usual appointments hero Sunday largo congregations attending tho services At tho request of n largo number of teachers Prof Campbell of the Academy is consid ering tho advisability of holding a short normal at the closo of the school Tho thoroughness of Prof Campbells instruction gives him un usual success in preparing students for tho teachers work and has led to a general request on tho part of the teachers in tho county and elsewhere for such n normal Aunt Martha hell of Buck Crook1s leon in poor health for the greater part of the past winter GABBARD March ITho past week has been nice weather for farming and the farmers have been making good use of tho timeR W Minter ol Boonovillo was hero Saturday B T Huff has gone to Leslie county to see his sicksistorC B Gnbliard has been burning off seine of his now ground this week Ho has about twelve acres to burn Mathins Barrett was in Clay county last week on business Wm Moore of Cow Crook wont to White Oak Wednes day to see Stipt GarrottA prowl many of tho people havo sot out their onions this week Georgo Marshal has sold out nud gone to tho King Powder mill nt South Lebanon Ohio to find employment Most all tho logging men havo boon rafting up their logs this week preparing to go to market when n tide comesMADISON COUNTY WALLACETON March ORov Smith preached nightjG B Gabbard l family this week G B and M J Gabbard wore tho guests of Undo David McCollttm WednesdaynightUncle David McCollum has had tho grip for tho aroundeagainBodio Day is all smiles over the arrivalof a big girl at his homo Mrs Will Harvoy is very sick nt thin writing Miss Bottle Atkins returned Saturday from Brossfiold whore she has been visiting friends Isaac Hopkins and family loft last IllsAlbertpeand James Ponder started last for Villa Grove Ills Misses Sallie and Lucy Cndo wero tho guests of- d Miss Margaret Wallace at Berea soldthisehorse to Wilso Rogers Saturday and willstart for Mansfield 111 Monday Misses Ella and Mary Barker wero tho guests of Misses Susie and Rubio SundayGara 0 wero andnoflust week from Jackson county she had been visiting friends Hoand relatives Miss Sarah Reynolds youngsDan Wednesday evening from 7 to 10 oclock All report a good time andPwero married at Rev Lunsfordn last week They their future homo in IllinoisMiss Lucy nicelyoHICKORY PLAINS Mar 81Vhito Green of Dig Hill nnd Miss Agnes Rucker of Mote were married Thursday February 23 Ida Maupiii spent last week with Mr and Mrs Joe Maupin at King stowAir and Mrs Joe Mnupin spent Sunday mid Sunday night with Daniel Maupin and familyMiss Homos lecture given at schoolhouse Sunday February lUwas enjoyed byallWill Percival has rented his farm to Green Durham and will leave for Bell county with his family in a tow laysIsaac Burns and Miss Cora Brown of Big Hill wero married Sunday Feb 20 Mr and Mrs John Clark of Lexington spent a few days of last week 7 with the families of Jim T Cornell son and Kink McKcehan Misso Lizzio and Pattio Maupin spout Wednesday with Mrs Thaun McKee hanlIi88 Flora Green of Big Hill has been tho guest of her sister Mrs McKcohnn tho past weokA 0 Johnson has just returned from n LoxingtnnMIAsDovie ThursdayMrs Eli Cornolisoi spent Sunday with Mrs Bud Bush Jon Wilson has returned from BollcountyMrs Frank Abuoy spent Thursday with her parents Mr and Mrs Pleas Evans Snllit Garner Horndon has been sick tin past two weeks Veda Hitler anti wife of Whites Station will leave In n few days for Illinois Miss Snllic Rittor of London has been visiting with friends at Whites Station ant MaggieAdamswore on tho sick list lust week DREYFUS March OMr and Mrs Frank Winklor of Borcn 11lo been visiting relatives hero the past weokJahn Sundlin and John Morris mado a business trip to Jackson county last week John nnd L C Powell wore Panola visitors Tuesday of last week H C Brewer and family of this place moved to Richmond Friday whoro Mr Brewer is employed in tho sewing machine business W P Saudlin mado n business trip to Richmond rldaMr and Mrs W B Baker visited Mr and Mrs George Hurd Sunday Mrs Snllio Powell was entertained by her sistor Miss Pearl Lain ThursdayMrs Gertie Riddlo visited Mrs Joules Young Monday of lost wlCkIIugb Young is rejoicing over tho arrival ol n fine boyJ C Powell and Marion Jones attended tho Masonic Lodge at Boron Saturday night Leonard Harris of Punola anti Miss Cyonr Young of Dreyfus wore married in Richmond accompanied by Johnnie Lain nud Miss Nannie Kindred Alter a visit at Panda Mr and Mrs Harris will leave for Illinois Johr Samllin wns a Boron visitor Saturday Louis Saudlin Sr and Mrs Sarah Ellen Powoll woro tho guests of Dr H G Smullin nt Richmond Friday nlghtBro Cokor filled his regular appointment nt tho Baptist church Sunday Having purchased tho Smithing business of Jos E Dalton wo will continue to do smithing woodwork and general repairing at rant old stand with competent workmen and at reasonable prices Soliciting a reasonable sham of the patronage ol no public I remain 328 J W HOSK1NS FOR SALE 23 tons of nice Timothy baled hay GO cents per In or near Boron or 55 cents nt the farm SHELDT C Tooon Boron Ky IEvery 1 Two Minutes Physicians tell us that all the blood in a human body passes through the heart once in every two minutes If this action be comes irregular the whole body suficrs Poor health follows poor blood Scotts Emulsioli makes the blood pure One reason why SCOTTSEMULSION is sucha great aid is because it passes so quickly into the blood It is partly di gested before it enters the stomach a double advan tage in this Less work for the stomach quicker and more direct benefits To get the greatest amount of good with the least pos sible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health Scotts Fmulsion docs just that A change for the better takes place even be fore you expectitWe will tend you a sample htt- Ik lure llut lliii picture In the form of a tile ti on the wrapper of every bottle of bmuUion you buy SCOTT te BOWJJ- ECltrnmli 4G9 IWISt N Y orratnnJ 600- Au unr1I Carriage Satisfaction Here I Phaetons Graceful Our Vehicles are overy ono in wheel body finish and trimmings No other sort could glvo the satisfaction our givoNo that HERE No hotter timo to than NOW Prices down to Hockbottom Qualities up to Topnotch- We repaint and retire Get our i KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Not Fatal No Matter What Doc tors Say We Know That Heart Trou ble in Many Cases Can Be There are MVWH main feature of heart IlIMH vU1 1 WatkMM or rxbllltjr I ntHmimtthHn or N mlMj S Valvular DhMxiltr U Dtfc i 5 Italarg rft flt I Patty NMra tlon 1 evttento wffi prove thouMixl of soeaNod tM rWr have been aluKrtuteJr wired by Dr MUw1 New llMrt Cure Patient oft n have no Idea tb lr die wee U Insert trsaM but imrtin It to Indication UVM OompMnt eta Here are wane ef the jrmptcmt Bhortnsst of breath after wtwelM Smothering 8jB ala In Cheat UT Shoulder and arm Dtooootfort ta tortae on one aWe rtlnllne Htattm NMTWM Couch Swilling of Feet cad AaklM PalentM ef Ptia and Una PalpKaltoa Hltbtmare JfnISIlar PtiUe I haws great faith In Dr lMtrt Cure and HM K K lIIerwhenever cr rtwlir pr Oowti Main wttlikeregthrecmw rt age 1 could tauRr- ne one WooK OM mar 11BM stn Rood bwdtb tbe Heart CUe Ski 00 for me that 1 nod It a far IttoPine St Natchez Mlaa Manor bark It lint battle tans to beWttt I FREEDr IJAntiPain Pills tlM New SoleftUfto He S tar la Ateo Sipmom iNniilc for our OpeeWhrt to Iseacae your MM Bad ten you what II wrong A1tTL3UAL Buggies Traps Purable Useful FLAWLESS repair prices Cured Protwy- Documentary tb- nMoat Shop Known Jl on rrtr Durham Bros WORTH WHOLESALE STOCK LIBERAL PRICES ALL LINES AeP SETTLE Jr Depot MIH IHIH H MMMHI II 1 II 11 111Ht111i0HHH4- Learn buy Arbuckle Simmons SPECIAL WINTER SALE believe pays to and do business in this policy keeps ua I goods no heroeverything bright clean Season and Reasonable wo can save money n good Seloctfona Complete Linos o o o SimmonsRICHMOND KY I II I I I 1 +11 I I H r I I 1 J I I HHHMM MRS CECELIA STOWE Orator None Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL 22 1002 For nearly years I ovarian troubles sufferedItor Instated an operation way to I strongly jected to an operation My disheartenedas M I for with a is a disconsolate laco at beet A friendly druggist advised- him to get a Cardui me to try and he began to in a 10IImy was very rapid eighteen weeks I Will Miss Stowei letter shows woman how a homo Issaddcnccl by weaknesandhowcompletelyWino ness and brings health and ness Do not go on Go your druggist today and secure a bottle of of WiNEiCftttlRII RunaboutsSurries 1 f ComfortableStylish Wo have bought an the Massey Moot Store Main Street and will havo moat on haul all tho time Como nnd son UN for fair treatment lYour ratio Is nollctcd hero it Main Street Derca Ky 140000CASH OF ShoesClotMng I AT COST GOOD Street Phono 40 I Hi to at Wo it sacrifice profits more that first with tho now seasons old stock new ablo We know bo don Make from our 0 0 Arbuckle t HiiHr I I III 1111 1 Bntra Club 170 Oct four from on only well well homo sick woman of did improve few days happi suffer to Cardui fresh PRODUCE CHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at top notch prices by JO So QOTT Depot Street Borea Ky For Sale A now 2 story framo House 8 rooms second House on Jackson Street On 100 foot lot Has good barn nud never failing welt anti fine gardenWill givo purchaser tho best of terms For information call on or address H MUNCY Phono 57 Bores Ky i n