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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1k N+M1 I I11HI1I I H IEREA PUBLISHING CO 0 HINMAN Mlnlrer 1gklered at tin Pottojfia at Berea Ay at tteond elau naUmatttr 1 + + 1111 II II I 11 1I14 iii VOL VI A FamUy Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 10 1905 One dollar a year NO IIJIIDEAS Trials line tend teach Exhibitions of power nro often exhibitions of folly It in only tho innn of moderate do sire who known when ho is well off infagiuiugstriwol tint nines of their authois TAKE NOTICE Next Wednesday tho spring term of Ilerea College will open at S u There UfO plenty of reasons why you should get in lino with the large company of those who hare been en joying its many advantages thus fur pagotlartfFarm heads some suggestions of the vuliio a term in this most ox wllunt institution would ho to you FROMTHE WIDE WORLD eruptlollthroughoutCololl1hla The Marquis of Anglesey noted for his eccentricities died at Monte Carlo Mukden is in tho hands of the Japamwu aunt nil the Russian armies are in full retreat toward Tie Pass uropntkinHrOflft runners in St Iotunbtirg that he huts escaped and other rumors that helms Hiirritndered Apparently tho Rim Man armies are hoeing northward in three divisions with rear guard actions In progress IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Pennsylvania railroad stockholders authorized n bond issue not to exceed 0000XX- Oov Frazier of Tennessee seems t to have the best ohancoof succeeding the Into Senator Date Confederates of Louisville and Kentucky will net as nu escort for slayinAn unprecwlontwl rush for looking uiHi agefl by Aiuericniis wishing to orOHS the Atlantic this summer is re xrted by steamship line oHiciaU in Now York Mrs Chadwiok was allowed to pay a farewell visit to her home before going to prison to nerve the sentence imjxvwd upon her stud select tho- two worth of effects exempt under the law Thu suit of w R Hearst to prevent city oQIcurn of Now York pitying 12000001ighting hill on the ground that it in extortionate was Iwgun in tho Supreme Court of Sow York yeatordny The forum report on the Santo Domingo treaty was undo to the Senate yesterday but it was Consider ed in executive session The Ad ministration Senators are making every endeavor to secure the votes for the treaty from the Democratic minority The situation however indicates lilt defeat Senator Dubois of Idaho ad dressed the Mothers Congress yesterday discussing Mormonism lie said It constitutes one of the greatest menaces to the country Its political power ho declared is spreading fast and is already so great in Idaho and Wyoming that nobody known to bo seriously op animportantopenly practiced according to tho Senators assertion by tho fifteen apostles of the church- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Kentucky and Tennessee Wood men are in convention at Nashville An unsuccessful attempt was made to burn the courthouse at Princeton Coy Bcckhatnfl decision regarding tho First Kentucky regiment troubles will not be announced till tomorrow However it can le stated with assurance that Col Biscoo Hindmau will Ira uphold but a concession will IN made to the dissatisfied officers The United Mine Workers of Western Kentucky by approving the presidents recommendations which 1Included the raise virtually made a yesterday for an increase In the wage scale from 78J to 85cents operatorsIsEdward Callahau Sheriff of Ilreathitt county indicted jointly with James Alex and Elbert Hargis for complicity in tho murder of e Juniefl Cookrlll surrendered to the Jailer of Fayetto county Ho arrival from Broathitt unaccompanied h by an officer Before Judge Parker motion was made for bail for the Hargises anti Callahan and Monday hearingfmotion TIDE CITIZEN 1MAKING A GENTLEMAN OF HIM Some People in the Public Eye wnltrlatr Ilelil- Whltclnw Held who will succeed Jo soph II Olioate as nmbntowdor tut the United Hlnlo nt the court of St James Is perhaps last known editor of the newspaper founded by Irorace flreelpy the Now York Tribune He was burn lit Xenln O In 1817 graduated from Miami university Oxford 0 nml be pin bin Journalistic career editing the Xoiilit O News He lies been editor In chief sad chief proprietor of the Trib une sliire 1872 In IHSO lie was all polluted minister to Prance and served until 18Ui In that year he was nomi nated by the Itrpubllcun party for vita president and ran on the ticket with Lieu Jaulhl Harrison DumiiKeil by n Mine Now mud then the wines set by warring nations to blow up vessels of war encounter merchant ships of neutral notion und do unintended damage This happened recently when tho Chi nese merchant vessel Hashing bound from Chcfii to Shanghai struck amino at midnight while off the Suungtung promontory Tho hole which tho explosion trade In the bow of tho vessel measured 10 by 12 feet Jup 111111on March The Japanese soldier on tho march makes a queer figure He carries be stiles his rifle mud ammunition various article of apparel and utensils for the preparation stud eating of fowl Con iplcuou on his back Is au extra pair of shoes one under each arm iiV llpfir Admiral linvln Hear Admiral Charles Henry Purl the Aiuorlonn member of the DORROT honk or North Ken commission Inns special ciunllflontlons for fervleo Jn such n hotly he Is versed In marl time law and speaks French fluently lit was Admiral Davis who m com uiuuder of the auxiliary cruiser Dixie captured the port of Police Porto co during the Spanish war He was horn lu Cambridge Mast In 1815 his father having boon the late Hear Ad mural C II Davis General Unroll Knullmrn General Karon Knulbars who Is to command the First Russian army on the reorganization of the forces now lighting the Japanese In Manchuria Is one of the oldest and at the same time most energetic tit the warriors for the czar He Is n bronzed veteran of sixty winters and NUIUIIICW Cen eral Kiiullmrs cQiumuuded u corps due ing the Itoxcr Insurrection In Chino JINGLES AND JESTS Knlne Alnpm The poetess took up her pen Her muiiGitramwI iiont writing pad Sino trpinlilwl teogrr to She hud hiM nlie had She laid down In grave dlnuat It reap realm was too hull She hall no Idoalwagiut She hail an Kliu Alto will New Orlnani rimenUtmncrat- Xa rnrlliMilnr Grief Fiuldy Illson Is a inarrltHl man I RUppOSOIiiildy0h no It Is natural for him to look the WilY 1m does lie was always of n melancholy disposition Boston Transcript DortorH Orders nail the basket made of willow Boll the blanket boll the pillow lloll the booties boll the hood Uoll the spoon and bull tho food Jail the nurse tis safer maybe 4nd dont forget to boll the baby- Newark News THE NEW POSITION The Advance of the Japanese Army Against Tie Pass Is Very Slow NO IMMEDIATE ATTACK EXPECTED Jen Knropatkln Is IMnglng Order Out of Chaos in HIlt Uel1lnant Array With Celerity Grand Duke Nicholas Nleholalevltch Has Been Chosen To Succeed Gen Kuropatkln as Commanderln Chief In Manchuria Parts March ISThe correspondent t St Petersburg of the Petit Parlalen says that Gun Kuropatklns resigna lion tins been accepted and that Grand puke Nleholas Nlcholalovltch has con lented to tako chief command in Man Qhurla Tie Pass March ISAs after the battle of 1lao Yang the advance of tho Japanese army against the now po sitions of the Russians at Tie Pass Is very slow Tho lending columns are eight or ton miles southward and In touch with the Russian vna posts but the operations at present are not serious Field Marshal Oyama shows slight Intentions of pressing his ad vantage In an Immediate attack on Tip Pass It is possible however that H wide turning movement of which reports are current Is In progress In such operations the Japanese havo the Immense advantages of several bases and linos of supply to which is now added tho Slnmlntln road while the Hussion army necessarily Is depend Ont on ono base and ono line of com munication and therefore may easily bo outflanked In the grand army order Is being brought out of chaos with remarkable celerty The plain In front of Tie Pass which on March 11 seethed like Grand Duke Nicholas Nleholalevltch Successor to Gen Kuropatkln a nest of ants with the dense and confused mass of transport artillery and troops corps divisions and regi ments being scattered and parties In extricably mingled has been cleared Regiments Reorganized Tho regiments reorganized strag glers sent to their retpectlvo com innnds organizations taken their as signed positions and now the same soldiers who on March 10 became a terrorstricken surging disorganized mass of gray at a few shots from little detachment of Japanese or who oven lied In panic firing indiscrimi nately In all directions as they ran at tho more baseless cry of Japaneso cavalry are now gathered singing about tho camp fires with new comv ago ready to opposo with stubborn resistance an attack on Tlo Pass It Is unfair to accuse the erllro army of this panic Con Llnevltch entered Tie Pass with his regiments in perfect order with music playing and men singing and scarcely a straggler was lost In the long difficult march Oth or organisations made equally praiseworthy retreats anti especially the rear guards of nil tho armies who performed their difficult task steadily and resolutely Fifteen Days Under Fire There In much to be said also for the panicstricken condition of the troops They were largely composed of undisciplined men nnd wagon driv ers wore mingled With soldiers who for 15 days were under constant fire crowded together In a mass from whence egress was Impossible It Is one of the odd facts of warfare that the morale of time boaUm Russian army has beon largely restored while the Japanese though the victors ap parently are so broken and have in curred such heavy losses that they are unable to press tho advantage Oth erwise It Is Inexplicable hy the Japanese have not followed up their vig orous pursuit with an attack on Tie Pass when they might have taken tho position almost without a struggle It Is now too late for any easy success The struggle for time possession pf Mukden cost both sloes close upon 200000 men Tine Russian loss of officers Includes a large proportion of the regimental commanders and field officers Russias New Army London March lliThe correspond ent at St Petersburg of the Dally Tel egraph predicts that the Russian authorities will have to Juittle with an angry sea of troubles in connection with the nioblllzatlon ot a now army HHMH iHM M MIMH Sixteen Departments Eight Pages A WONDERFUL GROWTH Capital and Liability 50000 the past threeDURING business has a wonder ful growth Notwithstand ing this favorable condi disposedtoWe therefore solicit businessIemployedinness are as thorough and complete as we know to make them howI Berea Banking Company J J MOORE Pros W H PORTER CashierI DIRECTORS- J Burdette J J Moore J E Johnston T J Osboruo J W Dinsmoro P Cornelius E T Fish W F Kidd ooo1a o 1oo A Word About Ruts so K l The only safe ruTTor you to be in is the 0 oAndo C C Rhodus the proprietor has made o- o this possible with his nobby lines of newly 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common people the hewers of wood and stone The dwellers In common places might- of brawn and Done Bearing the common burden that only the shirkers shun And doing the common duty that other have left undone L ulted by the few pleblan rabble or prolntnlrt Ours Is the hand nat feeds thorn ours Is the prize they share And ours la the common blessing fr to the toilers all T win from the lowly valley unto the summits tall Common and only common This by the night of birth Tot the world In Its need luane on usr We are the king of the earth We arc the common people and ours Is the common clay That a God deemed tit for uelniv when In that olden day lie took the dust of the Garden the dust that Ills will obeyed Fathloned and formed and shaped It And man In Ills image made And seeing that Gad selected such clay for the human test And deeming Ills wisdom suffice to choose but the surely bMlt- We who are common people and made of the common clay Leave to tho proud uncommon to Im prove on the Maker way Common and only common Tattered sometimes and frayed iv o still are content with the pattern That God In liis wisdom made We are the common people yet out of our might Is wrought Ever by Gods own flat masters of mighty thought Mvn of that grand republic whac rulers walk aloim Iiicing the future shadows knowing what serfs have known And measured by these the undo are petty and wee and small rajlng with glided bauble chattering voluble all Aid these our sons surpass them as the hills oertofi the glen fur their great heart throb to the worlds icng sob and they are the saviors of men- romnon and only common Hopelessly commonplnoe Yet out of our loins still issue The saviors of the race Alfred J Waterhouse In Success The Iron BrigadeA OP THB POTOMAC By GEN CHARLES KING tV r tX rmi Bolt rhOelaiaDtaf liter Fort macro Iu Coprrtxbt MB bj a W IMUlDCtum Co CtlAPTKU XV CoXTiMxa- MKinnon wrote certain townsfolk to Freds general had so lost caste In HH onimunity that he had determined on a war record to rehabilitate blm Brif and was now seeking the lleutan ai colonelcy of a new regiment being raised in their midst What with bad news from Sclienck and Mllroy tailing back on Fremont after a thrashing at the Bull Pasture a deep disappointment over McClellans being heldan rnt ire month In front of Yorktown and a feeling that we wero getting rather the worst of tho grapple on the penln fiia tho atmosphere about the war department was gloomy enough the day the young officer arrived T1 the anteroom with officers or d tlee and mossengors grouped about or Doming and going sat the long lanky and phenomenally solemn Vir ginian he had first seen that night at tho stone house on the Warronton pike Jennings knew the newcomer at a glance and springing tip shook him effusively by the hand A moment later an officer appeared at an ether door and beckoned Benton to enter What do you know about that man was the very flat question pro pounded the instant the door closed be hind him Nothing said Benton except that he was at the stone house in trouble with sonic of our brigade the first limo I saw him seemed to be well known to Dr Chllton and other Virginians and later was with the Sixth Wltcon MajLotnsberryBut how about papers Informa tion concerning our toner that he ro aired that night You were captured white grappling with tho cavalry of ft er who brought them l cried Benton Good heavens And then stood dumb for all on a stdden It itched over him Rosalie Rosalie who had so Inexplicably donned Ladues uniform ventured down through the darkness to the pike seeking some one at the stone house Rosalie who had refused to tell what Influence prompted that apparently reckless escapade Papers Information concerning our move ments Why what sense was there In her taking all that risk when at that very moment our pickets were falling bart before Stuarts triumphant ad vance when all but a few of the guard had already disappeared from the Henry placewhen by midnight or at the latent at dawn she was almost sirs to be aglo In touch with her own friends and kindred All this and more flashed through his mind as he stood there In the dark little office with his interrogator Impatiently fac ing bum and two other officials look ing up at him from a paperlittered table tuirh impressed evidently by the HlfiniflVance oi his silence and embarrassment Yes sharply ropeated the first Ilea er papers and doubtless valuable Information You saw thorn pass Jennings as ii cnfla himself did Ito not- I saw nothing ct the kind answered Benton inexpressibly relieved that as yet at least he had had no occasion to speak of her Indeed heI wont on eagerly I was too busy tryI aEa my horse and was in a handtohand knowyYou remember Sergt Miller do you trot I remember a sergeant an Indiana sergeant and a very keen one who was there but I feared ho and his party worn killed or captured axceamining officer grimly but Miller dived into the bushes made his way through tho darkness and escaped Ho declares he saw tho young rebel officer toss tho packet to Jennings and heard him cry For Gen Armlsted tonight sure And now hero is Jennings begging to bo allowed to see two pris oners MiJ Lounsborry and the young Virginian Polhnm who was wounded protecting him the day you were res presIof paper from his dock the staff officer held it forth for Bonbons inspection It was brief acd to tho point Tho bearer Mr Jennings has been of service and asks to see two friends prisoners MaJLounsberry and Troop or Polham I shall bo glad if oppor tunity can bo given him Signal A LINCOLN Denton read and looked up inquir ingly I too should like to see them Louniberry at least said ho with ioi that kindled and lips that set but not as a prisoner I have a score to settle with that gentleman When does Mr Jennings go Cant say The secretary sold no emphatically not until matters were explained It was thought you might settle It one way or another before we questioned him And the o1ncer- was manifestly disappointed and still he persisted You heard nothing about hlmYDr Chilton never spoko of him while you were at Charlottes vilte I cannot recall his ever doing soexcept casualty But Judge Armistead not the general was there at Gaines ville My belief Ii that Gen Armlstead was not near Manaseaa when I was taken Miller mutt have misunderstood Well said the officer finally Im sorry we had to trouble you but the secretary thought you would know more of this suspected stronger Gn McDowell trusted klra we tr too much and as you are to see the presi dent we thought you might open his eyes if the fellow were playing a double game I dare say you know people sometime Impoee on the presi dent and here the captain smiled whimsically mid thats why when he could issue these things as an order he wont He thinks It wtssr to let the secretary handle matters of the kind Now your general Mr Denton is being accused of having southern leanings because he has been protect ing southern property there about Fredericksburg Some defenseless women left all alone asked for guards and got them answered Benton stoutly I shouldnt wonder It their lords and masters are seccih but were not warrIng on women I take It As yetno was the thoughtful reply and may God forbid our having to come to it But my young friend if you knew half what we kuow and wo dont begin to know half that those brainy daring scheming smiling southern women are doing oil around usyou might think the time close at hand when they too would have to be made amenable to tho laws of war It Isnt a week since one of them ran off with ono of our prisoners here and you know what a trlok was played by Dr Chlltons daughter And now Indeed did Bentons face begin to burn a thing the captain and tho silent listeners wore quick to noteYou havo your receipt for your prisoner I presume Then Ill not detain you further onlycome this way Were got to question your friend Jen nings next and so saying the captain led his visitor through a second room where at crowded desks a score of clerks were writing When do you go to the white house he suddenly askedI dont know I expected to learn here But I hoped to have time to get refreshened up a bit and I need new Nonacnm You look as though youd just stopped out of a bandbox In that uniform Ask Mr Stone to come here he added to a statuesque soldier at tho door Tho uniform may be all right but what I need Is sash and sldo arms said Benton stlli weighted with the traditions of his regular regiment Never mind them The president novel notices what a man wears ortknows what he himself line on I suppose ho wants to hear what you saw and beard1 and something about the Chlltons for they seem to bo In hotJwater Ah Mr Stone what time wasIMr Denton to report to the house I was to bring him over as soon as ho arrived sir Is this the gentleman Anti a young man in civilian garb bowed Courteously Then with a prom Is to return as there were mattdtars on which Gen Thomas question him Benton hurried awayI It was not yet nine oclock but alttoady half a dozer carriages werpt halted along the semicircular drive Int front of the mansion and a number of pallid anxious women and grave hinged mon were gathered about tho beautiful colonnaded portico Through the waiting group the messenger swift w sA bis cliaro Mr Stone led Beta ton tu a long window facing trio titer and the heights of Arlington beyond left him there and moment oi two later that door openodJ and tho two secretaries dId talllOOnyling coat tails out of tho way t4 president unhinged somowhero abou- the middle and dropped on tho edge of tho table- Lnylng his long loan band on Bon tons knee ho bont earnestly toward him I need to know all you can tell mo about Dr Chilton and his family said he Some of our vehement war tothehllt people are practically de manding the arrest of a southern fam ily here to be dealt with in precisely th samo way certain Virginians propos- to deal with tho doctor and that NOT SO HAD spirited daughter of his No harm as yet for hero the young soldiers face had blanched and his eyes filled with dread and anguish No harm that Is have we further news this morning he turned and asked the busy secretary at the nearest desk tilting the while one long leg over the other and clasping the bony knee with both hands Your general gave us the particulars of your escape so far at you had told him and it is noted you in no way reveal the names o those who aided you but nowWhat is it Mr Nleholay for with solemn fan the confidential secretary holding an open letter in his band now WOOd at the presidents elbow Mr Lincoln took the paper knitted his brows and began to read It came from the secret service Mr President not ten minutes ago- said the secretary Col Baker be lieve is In the anteroom Denton felt like gripping tire arm of his chair for the room seemed swim wing as the president looked fjulekly up Not so bad said he If we can only take ears of thorn here Tke have simply banished them father and daughter both- CUAPTIIR XVI STONEWALL IN AMBUSH MeClellans guns were thundering al most at the gates of tho confederate capital when sympathetic kinsfolk took the Chlltons to their hearth and home and strove to soothe tho wrathful old man The city flied up fast with wounded Kvery house was a hospital and then when by his devotion and professional skill the good doctor might soon have rehabilitated himself he was taken When he was well enough or at least so pronounced to move at all the crisis at the capital was over McClellan was gone The seat of war bad shifted to tho north Jack exchanged and released was again In saddle and how it was ar ranged Fred never hoard until long after father and daughter had been sent to Newport News with the wound ed and exchanged and thence had gone to the root of the doctors devoted sis tor In Washington Once again had the greathearted president sent for the generals atdedocarop and this time bade him go meet the Chlltons and see them safely to their dost na tionBut that meeting had not made our Badger boy too happy Tho doctor was aging fast and apparently break ing Rosalie was stern anti strange Squire Bonton with Elinor as he had lone plannrd hastened on to Washington when notified by wire that Fred had a weeks leave from the front and Freds earnest yet almost humblo plea that ho should be allowed to bring his father to see Dr Chllton his sister to see her Rosalie had almost curtly refused Then she had fairly stunnad him by saying If you really wish to do me a favor Sir Benton there Is ono man Id like to meet and that sMaj Lounsberry Benton should have known by the flash In her eyo the fury in her tone that for no sweet assurance did she so desire to that distinguished Virginian now dory moment expectant of exchange But in Bentons helpless hopeless love was consumed with unreasoning Jealousy Yet It was through his planning after all that they met tho blue eyed sister who so surely had read her brothers secretthe darkoyed chafing fitful fuming Virginia beauty who so surely held It Washington was torrid and unwholesome and ust before Fred hurried back to the- ivision ho had brief conference with father Tho Chlltons would surely d money said he and as surely refuse flit tendered by thorn Neither ire doctor nor Rosalie began to know until long months thereafter that the ample moans so readily supplied by the doctors widowed sister camo from that lawIer still recuperating at the Atlantic aea board the fathers already friends the daughters still on guard at the very moment when Jack Chilian scouting with the advance of Fltzhugh Loos brigade apd Paul Laduo riding the dim picket lines of Rwolls grim vet crane and Frd Denton hero ut Buck strongtnot ten miles apart of what the mor row might bring forth Not until tho shadows grew long across tho stubble fields that lovely Au gust evening came tho first fierce grap pie of that devoted brigade March- Ing at dawn through Bucklands they found the pike toward Gainesville teamaa way for taboo little snowball puffs bursting sudden into view above tho treetops then drifting into vaporous nothing told the shells wero flying fast ahead while similar fleecy cloudlets against tho dark background of the Bull Run range told equally of other fighting to their left and rear Tho corps commander with his one division dived Into the winding wood roads toward Manaseaa until brought up standing after two p m by disconcerting news from Pope that the hare had not waited for the bag that swiftfooted Jackson had given thorn the slip and wasnt where they looked for him at all In point of fact having no cavalry to do his looking for him Popo didnt know whero Jackson was It is three hours later when bidding his biggest division obey lie now or ders Just received McDowell rides away to find his chieftain Pope and show him the field Thereby be loses Pope loses touch with his divisions Inses all chance of usefulness In the battle that Is to dose the oar poses In fact himself for he cannot dad his way to his own command over the held lie knew so well the year before even when signalled by the guldlns thunder of the heaviest cannonade the sullen croaking of the flrecest vol laying those tangled woods have ever heard At five or thereabouts cornea staff officer from Pope with Ute as tounding tidings Jackson Is located Jackson lies dared to brows Dull Ban and march In the teeth of the coming corps of the Army of tho Potomac Reno and Kearny have followed his divisionfMcDowell lien Well Gen Popes lorcHill are for this McDowells corps to retrace Its steps to the Warr Um pike then turn eastward and march JackIIODmeet the corps on the way Now there Is but one division to obey the order tat loud ring the bu ilea through the leafy woods Up spring the men of the old brigade re trashed by three hours reef with cof toe and hard tack to comfort them era starting sad as the heads of columns roach the pike again and turn sturdily away eastward some levelheaded band- leader signals to his men and titIflack Hats set up a shout as the woofs ring to the rollicking strains of Aint I glad to git out o de Wilderness Four brigades In solid caiman they swing along the broad dry thorough fare full eoee boys In blue To Be Continued Snitipllnir the floods He carried a long slim leather cases and was evidently from out of town Looking about him somewhat nncer think the book will suit you Itr1 The stores he asked for a certain book of airs It was placed before him He opened It at the first page produced an antiquated flute and began to play softly turning leaf after leaf with careful fingers as each piece was fin ished The strop assistants much amused at first grew weary of the mo notonous droning and one of them stopped up to him and said Do you think the book will suit you sir Tho old man lowered the flute and looking over In evident surprise replied In s tone of gentle reproach How can I tell young man when I havent played near half the tunes Then he plieldly turned another pa o Youths Com When tilt King Wne n Ilor When King Edward was a little boy a party of OJIbway Indians who wore given an audience by Queen Victoria caused him much amuseniont and he ran about among them pulling at thulr fringed leggings and examining their trar pings without the slightest tHr- One of tho chiefs delighted him hugely by pretentlng him with an eagles feather and a boars claw and also made tho little prince a pretty speech describing him in true Red Indian fashion as the very big little White Father whoso eyos are like the sky that coos all things anti who Is fat with goodness like a winter bear London Tit Bits Diplomatic Sutrnmtlon Herbert Spencer In tho attitude of superintending his household affairs was practical and amusing At one time tho poulterer had not been giv ing satisfaction to Mr Spencer called his hswsehccper and sao her direc tions to transfer his custom to another tradesman whose shop faced the de linquents And Miss Smith said the author of Synthetic Phlllosphy be particular that the first poulterer sees you giving your orders to the second poulto erArgonautItnclnl VIsMor In the cat studio How did you get such good photographs uf those stupid Persian cats Photographer I showed them a moulI61I mouse Iturtt A SECRET CODE DIAL Device Which Will Afford Much Amusement to Boys and Girls Most boys and some girls like to have a secret code by which they can com municate Tho magic dial Is tho host thlrg of the kind because It can bo changed every time It Is used and no one can road tbo messages without how Inp a dish like It Tao dial is easily made Cut a pleco of cardboard about throe lacks square and with a compass draw on It a double circle The outer circle should touch tho four square odges of tho card says the Chicago Inter Ocean and tbo Inner ono should be drawn so that there may bo a space of a quarter of an Inch between tho two Divide the space between the circles Into 26 equal parts and In each section THB COillLKTKD HKCRBT roDE DIAL write a letter of the alphabet beginning It nay polar aad writing ID succession srouad aatll sack section Is tiled The diameter of the outer circle will be three inches and of the Inner circle two sad a half Inches Now on cardboard draw a circle with the same diameter as that of your inner circle and eat out the dlak Whea this It dose draw a circle on the disk a quar ter of an inch frosa the edge and divide the span betweea Ute circle and tilt edge Into M equal parts writing la each section thus made a letter of the alphabet bat not la regular order He sure 0111NellPsalm the center of the disk U the center of the eardboardI by moans of a paper clamp that Ike disk may be moved at will This complete the dial and each correspondent must have one with the wayI must of that come together la the two circles This Is th key as the recipient la order to read your note must have his dial ar ranged as your was when you wrote It wId the following message The neat wi- tat noon tomorrow You set year dial a J B which serves as the ky sad keep tag tile dial lied thus yet writ Instead of the letters T II R In the outer- alphabet the corresponding letters to the Inner alphabet thus ZRC L8CC2 MBV8M DX YDDY ZDWDPTDA A SNOW SKATE Aa Invention Wbleh Will Bwial One to Glide Over the Packed or rusted Snew Skating has always been considered a sport to be enjayed hi wintersly b those to whom some sliest ef toe to accessible but the invention of what might be termed land skates prom ises to make It possible for this sport to be enjoyed wherever there la packed snow or crust says tbe American Boy NKW UE8ION OP SNOW aKATH TIM broad renter of the skate Illustrated keeps the wearer from sinking Into the snow or breaking through the crust while the sharpened downwardly carved edges prevent lateral flipping and give the skater a hold upon ice or pecked now As this skate is intended for use on somewhat rough surfaces the runner Is made of metal having sum dent elasticity to take up the shock and Jars eluted by the Irregularities In the skaters course THE BEWITCHED PENNY How It MayBe Easily Flaked Out A Trlok for the Winter Evenings ran or two pennies arc needed for this trick Place them separately on tho table and have ono of the coins chosen and marked by several porsana Out as many people to oxamfne It as you can so they will all bo sure to know It again have this coin dropped along with tho other come Into n hat and the whole shaken up so that the coins will bo well mixed Placing your hand In tho hat frel every coin and you will at once detect which is the marked coin by Its warmth The coin has boon warmed by tho many hand through which It liaR passed It le bet to have tho coins originally p iucd on at cold a placo ns iKDwlblo but you rust not turn back the tablecloth or tflvo any other hint from which your Midloneo can gather the sorrot of the III allr g trick You pan add to tho vnmlor If you aro Ullnsfolded and nllo some ono of your audience to attend to all the rout except tile picking of the coin from the hat A YOUNG HERO The Good Fortune Which Came to Thai as a Result of Ilia Brave Deed Jack Almsly lived with his two host friends In tho World iris father and mother who were poor but honest and kind They lived In a little hut near the road that led to town Jack picked J up wood along the road and his father raised vegetables in the garden patch while his mother took In washing So they got along In this way Jack was stout and In good health most of tho time lie was about 1C years old but was largo for his ago One day ho took a walk along the rood that led to the little town lie walked about a mile and sat down to take a little rest as ho was tired from walking In the sand so far He had not been silted very long when to his surprise he noticed a big black horse galloping toward him drawing a buggy An elder ly lady was In the carriage She scorned faint with fright- I nra not going to lot that old lady get killed cried Jack leaping out Into the rood The horse waj foaming at the mouth and looked toad with fright The boy reached out and threw himself right In front of the animal which drugged him about feat then topped suddenly Jack was hurt slightly but did not notice hlswoands The old lady had fainted aid Jack ran attar some water for her She avow retained consciousness sad after tar excitement was over she said What Is your name my koyr Jack AlMsly ha reviled Where do you liver Over la that little red house abaci s mih down the road All right my boy I will not fee st you u tong as I live and the oU todf rod away slowly Jack was happy ever whet ha had done aid ha west immediately Maet Ill MfKANli TO Till HOtUUk ft HEAD fro arriving tow he told his father chat he bad done sad Mr Almsly said Well don my boy well dace Always try s thing list then if yoa eaat pea slbly do It let It go Jack was the happiest boy around for a coupl of mostha Then his tether took III and was roalned to the bo ice 1ODeran headed the boy a h tr la A long kiss envelope addressee to Jack On open a lag the sheet he rod Mi tear JftchInr ef lad a efc rfc aid- iMM which I am erdlag yea tot the Iliad ned hereto Seed t ou did Ii eavIng my tub I am tens old end hive alt muck longer leciejr Yoatetraljr Kansas CUjr JANET WKSTLT Jack was greatly astonished at his Rood fortune aad be was very kay py when he saw the taoaay He renamed hip HMOO widen ho had left that he might lisp uta lather awe And after a fw yparg he a tot and bulk a good house for aV athir sad mother sad hlmseUsDfttroIt IW Press PASTE THIS UP YeuHg Glen Should GoiurttlW That Thsjre Ate No Changes for The idler The lairThe coward The wobbles The Ignorant The weakling Tbesmsttertr Th Indifferent The aaHreaaroc The educated fool The Impractical theorist Those who watch the clock The slipshod and the eareleu The MMiag man who Make baahbone The person who la afraid of obitoolBS The lean who has no Iron In his blood This person who tries to save on foun dation Ths boy who slips rotten hours Into his schooling The man who is always rutiulmj to catch up with his business The span who cats do a little of everything and not much of anything The mau who wants to succeed but who Is not willing to pay tho price The one who tries to pick onl the flowers out of bU occupation avoiding tho thornsSuecesedonundrums Why are washerwomen the most InIconsistent of persons Because they put out tubs to catch soft water when It tlIeeauWbj Is n nulls not as good oil a mile Btcourt a miss line only two foci and a mile has 6380 What Is that which Is so easily broken that the msr mention of It breaks It Is that word of yiree syllablus whlah contalBs tbe whole 26 letters Alphabet THE CITIZEN 3 Furniture Now and nil tllO limo lit nn end Ijll18M variety to mitt cither rich f or poo- rStoves J Organs Stoves to burn nod Organs from finOOup Sewing Machines Drop head high nun Singers 12000 Other mnkcw down to nothing Wntnh for tint spring opening of 1905 Iron Beds nnd call on ReH Chrisman Opposite Welchs Phono 20 I H Coal At Ida near depot 3Xc to 14c Delivered for 4c to 15c JPhollA S- iChas Le Hanson FOR SALE Ono good IIOUMI end lot in tin MAt end of Barea located on Prospect StreoU Tho house has five plastered rooms nnd two sealed rooms A largo garden spot and extra good Cnn be bought right Also n small IIOIIRA ROIl lot in Wal Inooton Ky with n good garden fire miles wrest of Huron Ky Two ohurohm and n schoolhouse in sight For further pfirtlculnrnonll on E 8 WALLACE Phone fifl Bores Ky S McGuire is at all times thoroughly prepared to deal with eye troubles Your oyos examined by tho very host and latest optical instruments Ills work gives satisfaction for prices on nil his work nro right Louses refitted within n tow days after taking the order If you lava nay defect of vision it will pay you to look over his stock and receive correct treatment OPTICIAN Berea Ky For SaleA- bout ton or twelve build lug lots on tho Louisville and Nashville railroad ono half milo from Borcn near Borea brick and tiling fac t tory In a tint locality and i oxl neighborhood Can bo i ought right For further particulars cull on L B MOORE Boron Ky C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to BR Robinson All calls promptly Attended to night and day Telephone No4 Bores Ky iHH1HIoIHIIIHH + The Home JENNIE LUSTER RILL Editor HHH1HHHHlHH The Homo Science Course Tlio most interesting fimturoof the Homo Science work during the will ho the Homo Stirs ing class this will includo bosidos the tuxt look work lessons in IIy giono und Physical ciiHuro lectures by the College Physician upon emer gencies nnd practical illustration of the various problems by the trained nurses This is not intondcd to ninko of anyouu a trained merle or oven to malio n beginning in that direction It is simply to glvcjjtQ the girls what unity woman needs at dome timo in hor homo lifo n working knowledge of tho lure of horwjlf and hor loved OIIOH Perhaps tho noxt study of most Importance is HortictiUuni That is a longer word than gnrdunlng but it moons u little more perhaps It moans not only knowing how to do the work in gnrdon but tho host wuy of doing if feet why that Is tho hOt wny It moons a Rtlldor the habits mid history of plaits n study of their diseases and remedies of their surroundings and tho conditions under which they thrivo host Surely this IB n studyworth tho time of every country girlor any girl who loves plants und flowers and fruit Thou there is Botany which mnkos a friond of every flower wo seer and liook keeping which will not only help n girl to kttp hor own accounts lint will enable hor to holp father or brother Composition nod Rhetoric will unable hor to express hor thoughts either In writing or speech not only gntinmatiunlly but forcibly and cloorlyrery iiacoamry no compliahmont for n woman iit know The world today is demanding and women who not only know things but who am put their know lodge to practical f This is what our Hoiiitt Science eourso is endeavor Ing to teach our girls How To Live Long Yobor smite tho main points to be observed by those desirous of a long life us follows 1 Moderation in outing drinking and physicnl in dulgonco 2 Pure Mir out of the house und within 8 Tho keeping of every organ of the holy no far ns jKMeible in oomtnnt working order I Regular exorcise ovary day in all wotttliorsj supported in litany cases by hrtJRthlnfuOomtmtll und by 5 Going to hl l08rland rising uarly situ restricting the hours of sloop to six or seven hours 0 Daily Iwlhs or ablutions according to individual conditions cold or warm or warn followed bycold 7 Regular work anti mental occupation 8 Culti nation of placidity cheerfulness and BmployIin controlling passions situ nervous fear 10 Strengthening tho will in carrying out whatever is useful mud in chocking tho craving for slime lams anodynes nUll other injurious agencies liritieli AMleal Journal JACKS FOR SALE I have seven good Jacks nil broken and rendy for service Will sell cheap or exchange for othor stock J W IlBRNIMIX P O Whites Station Stock Farm 3 miles north of Boren alG pJSHOPPING Onltrs prompt ijr Due at store prlcts SHOPPING OF ALL KINDS DONE 8fllllel taddreHtd for particulars IJMnf DitlltJU Lincoln AnClnclnnill0 GENERAL CLEANING AND PRESSING Prices Reasonable No 11 loft hand silo Center Street FANNIE CHANEY DEMMON Will Tankersley WATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY Repaired and Cleaned Satisfaction Guaranteed Bicknoll Earlya Store BEREA KY- PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE Meals anti Lodging J R ENGLE Depot StrtCtJDeren Ky ih1Jit IFl+ l + IIHH+F The School i JOHN W1RT DIHSMODE Editor fHH HMMHHHHHHH ARE YOU GOINO TO TEACH THEN TAKE TilE SPRING TERM IN TUB NORMAL DEPARTMENT AND nE PUB FAKED TO PASS TITS EX AMINATIO- NBoronH students take highest narks in many counties Our students are naked for by mall superintendents Note tho studies for tho spring term FIRST TEAR NORMALS Grammar U S History Arith metic Civics Geography Com position Reading Writing Sjxilling besides n special voluntary drill meeting every night to solve knotty problems mid answer hard question Ono hour n week each in Bible Singing and Ithctoricals All who oxM ct to take the examination may enter this specialelms SECOND TEAR Higher SOnlALSI vanced Grammar Theory and Practice Elementary Science One hour n week ouch for Bible Rhotoricnls nnd Agricultural Leo ture THIRD TEAR NORMALS General History English Liter attire History of Education Draw lug ROVUOWB Bible and Rhotorioals Algebra 2 hours n week rOtRTH YEAR NORMALS Lrtin Geometry Composition mid Rhetoric Botany Rhetoricnls Bible Problems of the District School THE TEACHER It is u serious thing to choose tho shodrconsider very carefully his or her fitness Tho most critical examina tion that one should over pass is self examination Questions to bo asked nay bo something like tho following Is my character good enough to justify mo in choosing tho pro fession of teaching Are my habits of life fit to be nn example to those who would Ix my pupils 1 Do I intend to keep myself freo from all virus such as parents would condemn If I can answer these questions of character projwrly I may consider other points 2 What is my motive in desiring to tench 1 If it is to make money it is unworthy If it is for personal preferment or any other selfish end it is unworthy Tim only motive that is justifiable is a strong desire to do good and belief based on good reasons that you will be able to leach so wolf ns to ho an honor to your profession Ono must understand that teaching is not n well paying profession and must bo willing to sacrifice something in the wayof money for n work which is far more imjKirtant than wealth or socinl dis tinction 3 Aptness to teach Have I the qualities of an instructor Does it como natural to demonstrate facts to- 6xplaln dllTorouoos narrate uvelts and happenings in other words am I n horn teacher Would I bo happier in the school room giving instruction that in any other work I could choose Remember tho saying that ovary one should find his happi news in his work Will I bo able to do this in torching L Do I love children Not theoretically but actually and practi cally Not nice ones only but chil drub of nil sorts Love then with n desire to make thom hotter that sees something interesting in every child good even in the worst anti the need of culture and development in tho best In short I must see in tho child tho materials for my lifo work If their presence is distasteful to mo Iin any wny if I would feel relieved school closes amid sorry when tho timo arrives for its reopening I am not fit for a tencher 5 Do I appreciate tho hard work that n teacher must do in order to succeed f It must not ho chosen ns n soft snap Teaching is n labori Otis process It is a Rio of toil and self sacrifice Am I willing to devote my self to helping my pupilsin a word to live for them f If I can answer all these questions satisfactorily I may bo justified in choosing tho profession of teaching for my lifo work Otherwise I had bettor take up some other line Wo may next consider tho matter of preparation Borea College spring term opens Wednesday March 22 The Srnln Human Cry The cries of no animals approach more closely that of tho human voice than those of seals when lamenting the loss or capture of their young They emit a walling and affecting cry slmjlnr to that of n woman In deep grief When Children Walk Nearly 10 per cent of children learn to walk by the time they are ten months old 111 NIl 1ttt1IIItI + The Farm SILAS CHEEVER MASON Edit- ortIIhtII11 I II lIt 11 I The Course in Gardening Ono of tho attractive features of the spring term is tho course in vegetable gardening undor Professor Mason Nothing adds more to the general health and comfort of the family than n good garden and the sturdy of tho largo variety of vege tables that nay bo grown and the most scientific way to manage them trainingThoeight acres of tile drained laud which is to bo equipped with water pipes for irrigation in dry weather nn abundant supply of hotbeds and sash and a OliO assortment of special tools all to holp make this course practical nnd attractive to time slum dents Successful Experiments Wlth Bacteria Last year the government sent out about twelve thousand packages of bacteria for various legumes to farm ors in every State in tho union for the purposo of testing as widely as possible tho efficacy of this culture OcorgoTtical use this wonderful discovery had direct chargo of tin distribution of these cultures and has watched greatestinterestsent to nay farmer who received these cultures the printed directions which onlydirectionsaudall ns to specific constructions were answered by ono of those printmlcirculars About six thousand replies have been received from farmers who have tried NitroCulturo anti out of this reportdirectcentage of failures from all causes poor seed improper cultivation un seasonable wouthor etc is less than generally expected from tho indis criminate planting of good seed Up to the middle of November the de reportsorincrease of crop had resulted from the use of time culture 574 failures owing to bad season poor seed weed growthetc wore reported 203 reports said that there was no increase fnctthatorganisms of tho 2512received only 800 showed that there was no evident advantage front inoculated nodules not being formed The total percentage of failures out of nil reports received was 20 Since that time a roportshnvoheretofore noted The Department of Agriculture hind letters from thousands of farmers from every state expressing unbounded delight over the success of their experiments many having used tho culture two or three tines greatestimportonco in this country Until recently it has l eeii believed by most farmers that it could not bo grown east of the Missouri river but tho proof is now clear that by tho seed inoculated alfalfa can bo grown in every state where soil conditions are favorable Alfalfa will not grow with wet feet nor will it grow in low heavy clay soils but in light sandy soils or on rich uplands it will thrive wonderfully mad produce two and in the South throe null tour crops per year Having purchased the Smithing business of Jag E Dalton we will continuo to do smithing woodwork anti general repairing at saute old stand with continent workmen anti at reasonable prices Soliciting a reasonable share of the patronage of the public I remain 323 J W IIOSKINS FOR SALE 28 tons of nice Timothy baled hay 00 cents per hundred delivered in or near Boron or 55 cents at tho farm SHELBY C TUDOR Boron Ky Farmers when you want Fertilize call on C C Rhodes Ho has a car load1rico 20 and 21 por ton llolilutoii Crtmae charles Dickens once salad of Hob Insoii Crusoe that It was time most popular story lu time world and yet one which never drew n snipe or n tear r IghUng Cricket AmoiiK the curiosities of Canton are shops where crickets are reared for fighting nn the Filipino lighting cocks Tho Chinese gamble on time results and n good lighting cricket Is sometimes sold for 100 Jia 1uuper lu Scrrla Timers are no paupers lu Scrvla Even the poorest people succeed lu establish lug homes of their pwii and most of them own them 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 WJiY1 Because this is a OnePrice Cash Store and we sell for cash only No Lossess DRUGS A complete line of Patent Medicines all the old standards such as Chamberlains and DeWitts Bells Pine Tar Honey etc Prescriptions carefully compounded from pure and fresh drugsonly Also keep in stock in uptodate quality STATIONERY TOILET ARTICLES PAINTS AND OILS FRUITS CANDIES GROCERIES QUEENSW ARE AND HARDWARE All goods delivered promptly Give us a call Phone 12 East End Drug Co 0000080000000000008000000000 o o USE ECONOMY I o 0- a n IIto close them out regardless of price a a- a a- a 0- a 0- a Pants from 89c to 249 go The best line of 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notify U Sabicrttwn wlthleg Tin CzTuz itopped suit noltfr ui tt thi trplntlon of ter1ptlonpTlnall urtre oUitrwU WI ibsll teIU1s1r lIa r It continued routr ai tit one ofianr ehinnMn your otrsstTingboth old and saw addresses MlHloB Number dot to coming IT In the malls or ethtrwlM will gudlr be sup- fined U we are noticed Agents WanUd In ntrj locality Write tot terms Anyone sending ui tour new yearly WbicrlpUoni rcoetre THE Crmix free Mte you I BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnihhingn in every room AH service firet class pricellMe shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop IyCourlr Pleasant and Harmless Dont drug th stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the inflammation out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and rures A quick cure for Croup and Whooping Cough One Minute Cough Cure relieves n cough in one minute be cause it acts first on the mucous morn brane right where the cough troubles in the throat or de pBeated on the lungs Sold by the East End Drug Co and all Medicine Dealers Ice Cream J All Flavors Ice Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California Fruits Early Vegetables I c I Phono JOES No 5a Select Grocer and Caterer Jces Corner Richmond Ky IThe Colonols Waterloo HoneyGroveloo from Liver and Kidney Trouble In n recent letter ho said I was nearly dead of these complaints and although I tried my famly doctor he did me no good no I got a fJOo bottle of your great Electric Bitters which cured me I consider them the boot medicine on Parts and thank God who gave you the knowledge to guaranteedtoKidnev Disens by the East End Drug Co at GOo a bottle Miller House up Meals and Boarand Lodging at popular prices Next door to Joes R G Engle Prop fain St Richmond Ky A Destructive Fire To draw the fire out of a burn or heal n cut without leaving a scar use DeWitts Wiich H zel Salve A specific for piles Get the genuine J editor of the flnrmon izer Contra Ala writs I have used DoWitts Witch EInznl Salv in my family for PIM cuts and burns It is the heat salvo on tha market Every family should keep it on hand Sold by the East End Drug Co and all Medicine Dealers Williams Is better prepar ed tban e7er to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean lug and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams i Main Street Berea KY Strikes Hidden Rocks Whfii your ship of health strikes CoDtuimptionPneumonia dont get help from Dr Kings New Discovery for oofumption J W SpringsAlaPneumonia under the care of two doctors but was getting no tatter KngsNewrelief and o o bottle cured mo Sure cure for Pore throat bronchitis tough and colds Guaranteed at East End Drug Co price 50o and fl00 Trial bottle tree Healing of the Man Born Blind Snnihy School Lesson for Mar 19 1905 I Specially Prepared for This Piper LESSON TKXTJohn 1111 Memory verses 10 11 Read all the Chapter GOLDEN TEXTI AM TIlE tight of the worldJohn 95 TIMEThe same as that of lout lesson The Feast ofTabernacle October A D 2- 9PLACEJeruaalhm at the pool of 81 SCniPTUnE JtEFERENCES Other cases of the healing of the blind by Jems are na follows Matt 92731 Matt 20234 with parallel accounts In Mk 104652 and Luke 183543 Mark 82226 Matt 1222 23I Instances of healing where means were used Mark 7334 82326 Matt 811 51 2034 Luke 131113 2211 Jus 81415I Reference to Jesus as the LIght of World John 19 SU 119 123536 Luke 41S 21 lea 2918 3S5 127 Eph 614 Rev 2123 Comment and Suggestive Thought Pool ot Slloam One of the few spots about Jerusalem that can be quite post tively located Called in early times Sl loah Shlloab or Slloam Nch 315 i Isa SG It Is still called by the neigh boring Arabs Blrkct Sllwan It is found to the south of the temple mount and reo colvoa much of its water from an inter mittent spring in the Kldron valley known as the Fountain ot the Virgin It Is connected with this fountain by a rockhewn tunnel which It Is believed was dug by King Hczekiah Just before the time of the Assyrian bring its waters Into the city 2 Chronj 324 30 This tunnel Is ing some lTOO feet in length distance to be traversed Is only 1200 feet A rude Inscription cut In the stone records that men began working atboth ends and met In the middle After the Jews return from captivity a stone ar cade was built around It roofed with i large slabs of stone This probably was still standing In Jesus day Healing properties especially for cases of eye diseases are attributed to its waters I V1 Passed by Passed along the street In Jerusalem He saw Not the careless look of a curious observer the compassionate look of one butI help was fixed upon the man V 2 Who did slnt Tile touch on a common Jewish belief that blindness or other affliction of the body was sent as punishment for In- V 3 Neither nor parents They had been guilty of no greater sins than others who were not thus afllleted Works of God In him Ills blindness was the occasion for showing forth Gods glory by tho miraculous healingV L Rev Ver We Ckrltt calls us to be coworkers with him While 4t te day Wo must do at once the duty that lies before us we know I not how quickly the opportunity for It will havepassed Thehoallniof the blind man as one of the works of God show forth Ilk compassion and His divine power OMB sight to the blind was one of those miracles which the Jews were led by prophecy to expect ot the Messiah IaMlS 966 Night com oth The night ot death which ends mans opportunity for labor on earth soon conies to all Never throughout eternity shall we have another oppor tunity than the present of suffering with Christ and enduring for Him Jas 112 1 Pet 41314- V 5 As long as I am In tie world I that day was not yet closed Jesus did not leave this world when his body as cended to heaven Matt 2810 V C Spat on the ground Jesus used iplttle In working other miracles Spit tie and alto clay wore reputed remedies for dltoaied eyes Though Jesus could have wrought the cure by a word he found It wise in this cato to use simple moansjV 7 Wash In the pool Wash off the slay into the pool Jesus always gave those whom lIe healed something to do perhaps It was only to express their need and ask His help but It was some thing to deepen their confidence in Him V 8 Sat and begged He was a well known blind beggar often seen In public places I am he Many flagrant sinner has been so transformed by meeting Jesus that observers have questioned whether he could possibly be the same man Every renewed soul feels himself a new creature- V 10 They The neighbors and oth ers who had collected The first ques tioning was from natural curiosityIV 11 A man Better the man This one already had some knowledge of Jesus and took Itfor granted that his questioners also had such knowledge Made clay etc Here as throughout the record the restored man proves himself an Intelligent witness When the man named Jesus as his Healer and people recollected tnat this was the Sabbath day some hastened to bring him to the Pharisees who so Jealously watched the movements ot Je sus Thesequesttonedthemanthenques tioned hit parents To their Inquiries j he could only reply One thing I know that whereas I was blind now I see i and ho reiterated his assurance that one I whocouldworksodlvlneamiracleeouldnot i equivalent to confessing that Jesus was the Christ nnd they had pasted robin lions to cast out of the synagogue any who made this confession Accordingly the restored man was cast out Practical Points VI Like Jesus we should take heed to pass no opportunity for doing good Do Instant In season out of season 2 Tim 42 V C Divine power does not disdain the mo of means we also by works should prove the power of faith and love Learn to maintain good works for nec essary usesTltull 314 V 7 Obedience Is the test of love The jeers of the law shall be Justified Rout 213 V 11 Let us sever tire of telling how Jesus has opened our minds and hcnrU by His love rir1tt an a tJmui rful ID utl1rr of iraIitjBy PROF JOHN M COULTERI ME subject does not imply that science is professedly a teacher of morality but that incidentally it makes for right eousness It would be comparatively simple to select from its contributions to knowledge many that have strongly en forced the necessity of morality i or to point out that its con ception of the inevitable consequence of acts has shown that penalty is a matter of course rather than of chance To my mind however valuable as these contributions maybe they arc but superficial indications of an attitude of niiiui which represents the chief contribution of science IQ moral ity It should be further understood that the subject docs not imply that science can replace religion as a teacher of morality i but that in so far as it contributes anything to morality it rccnforccs religion From the standpoint of science the various moral codes that have been formulated do not have any suggestion of commands They arc attempted statements of truth which therefore must be tested To take an extreme illustration the set of moral principles contained In the ten commandments or in the Sermon on the Mount are not au thoritative because they are commamlrd but because they are true Science would never raise the question whether the ten command ments or the sermon on the mount are binding upon this nation or upon that or upon this generation or upon some otter i but simply whether they contain principles essential to ft well ordered individual or society i if so they arc true and always apply everywhere just ns docs what we call the law of gravitation Newton has the reputation of having announced the law of gravitation which science prefers to call n mode of operation rather than a law but I presume that no one would say that tills law is binding upon us because1 Newton announced it The world like the individual grows in knowledge and childhood receives as commands what the adult recognizes as tUtementu of eternal truth infinitely more binding than any comimmils could Ixv There is no resenting truth or no quibbling about it and obedience is imperative Moral truth therefore has the eternal and binding qualities of the truths of nature which we rail laws I count this scientific attitude towards morality to be a distinct contribution towards its enforcement Wittier IDrip in iljj fitjIly KATHBRIND POPD Autlier ur Letters er II HiMiy Pour Worn it College That is what the now live the simple life the bigger part of the year indulge in town life as a short dissipation not a habit The simple life of course ihut so iimoinxlrx as might bo desired but at any rate it U cooatry life Blessed country life with itA brauly oftkw its sane pleasuring its We Pomp and pride here too obtrude hut not so heavily as in the crowded centers And we are sure that this new letdent in American life is one that hasa side quite other than the establish meitt of a landed gentry aping European models It seems to us oily a part of the general return to the land So much luxury so much artificial manner of existence then the inevitable reaction Marie Antoinettes playing at dairymaid work other royal a8uinplion of rustic toil and rustic garb is not just pas time whim Human nature nther it exists in nobility or peasant finds heartiest enjoyment keenest zest in things not too far from the soil The primitive the elemental is the real The city is a necessary evil and to it we must look for interchange of goods friction of mind on mind bu in the quiet and calm of the country we believe thought matures best creative impulse has more chance The country should mean mare than plowing and gather ing and farmhouse drudgery and at last the American people are realizing this are awaking to the knowledge of the boon of these wide lands of ours lint let tic hope that in the adoption by the rich man of country life he never will he able to push tf the wall the landless as has been done in Great Britain and Great Britain it now suffering therefrom As yet there seems small danger of that though in the i dtrondacks acid other places where the privatepreserve man tins ambitions to IKMUKMM all of the landscape doubtless the nntive of the region thinks the dan ger more than a possible evil lint with this great territory about us let us trust the day will be far far distant when an American county aristocracy will monopolize to the hurt of the folk with small holdings We would restrain our enthusiasm for the growing popularity Of country life if we thought that some day there would re snit because of the landlord evil af England the trn of Eng lands landless rusticI IDi g 1t rttry I 161t6- 1i ttttgUt1 r By DR E S TALBOT Of Illlnol Medical Chicago ritj ulkito always outdoor removed thcis physically unable lo provide sufficient nour ishment to her offspring after hearing four or live children II er strength is greatly ex liausted in the majority L I of cases andwithout proper nourishment the child when it conies into the world is imperfect in one part or another and as it groWs there is arrested development in sonic portion of the Hotly It may be that the mind will not develop properly or the development of the face may be arrested or the degeneracy may take the form of physical defonnity i One of thr greatest causes of present day degeneracy is the society fad of entertaining young women about to be married For a period of two or three weeks before her wedding the young society woman is entertained and feted continually She indulges excessively and when she is married her nervous system is completely tired out Though degeneracy is usually caused by arrested development arising from nervous disorder it is sometimes caused by excessive dc vclopmct t Excesses are the usual causes of degeneracy Generally the public has an idea that a degenerate is a criminal or an insane person This is a false idea The deaf tlc dumb the insane constitutional liars egotists and ovcrsmart business men whom we find in all walks of life arc degenerates The nervous conditions that produce degeneracy come from exces sive use of alcohol coffee tea or excessive eating Many degenrratrs become so through excessive eating TILL C011KLESS APPLE i GROWS ON DLOSSOMLESS TREE AND IS A WONDER May Prove Solution of Codlln Moth EvilLikely to Cause Revolu tlon in the Apple Nsket I Tho coroloss apple has at last been produced It is regarded as the worlds greatest discovery In horticulture and In fruit growing circles Is called the wonder of the ago If the fruit liar high quality of good salable silo nnd color aud a late keeper then It will revo lutionize the commercial applegrowing Industries everywhere writes Sampson Morgan In Nineteenth Century IfI Ills not a fullBleed apple then despite the fact thalt possesses onefourth I moro solid flesh than tho seedy apple of equal proportions It cannot be ex I pected to supersede such mammoth though seedy varieties as the hen I helm Orange Golden Noble Bismarck or PeasgoodB Nonesuch I The flavor of the corelem apple Is beyond question If It proves ns largo as Ita rival trees producing the new wonder I which Is a winter variety will bo planted by tho million In the commercial fruit fields at homo and abroad i liver It the seedless apple justified all that has been said by Its host friends In IU praise there Is little likelihood ot IU Impeding tho profitable sale of ordinary apples of high grade Its Introduction would however ruin the sale ot common outof date van eties of fruit and Insure the destruction of millions of wornout moescoverod and profitless trees which for years have encumbered thousands of acres of some of the richest and most productive land In the world In that teswe the coming of tile careless apple would do untold Rood to many iaMdowBem cul tivators and uvbllc consumer cow blood Why should we ROt possess a cerstett and needles apple alsoe the sedlrorange Is aeasleoanbly the tersjeet most expensive and MIlt halt erf Its class obtalMblef IM saw lwiiktji is both coreless and seedless WM la traduced by aa old mat ralerr Pter it tMltnalLcure the seedless apple s tree hns been developed It bi a stamen ud a very snull quantity of pollen The importance of such devN opmeptii Is alL The cold ado not ffrt the fruit and the apple grower bas little to fenr tram froetn which In most years lateprlneI harm on the fruit tara The tree Is described ns the only thing reeenblhm n blossom I I ing n assail duster of tiny green l ave i which grow around the newly forme devoid of frullI1tfthe codlin moth may icy Its ens who ii I It nasally duce In the open eye of Hi fruit The devastations of the null in moth are so extensive that In draw gate they causes losses In Great Hriinin on the continent and In the fnited Bintes exceeding qdee a year In some English eoeintrten I knre known the apple mop to be fndjusd by over M per coat by the torMlttnn grub of thin pent I I am not In strict noeord with I be pro deicer of the new apple when he class absolute Immunity tress the ravage of the codlin moth on account of the lack of blossoms making It almost I nm stole for the to t IU ta thye COlIIctI6ytlrlaW M tIIieIt nf the apple also IM with no neukj ami the uga of iwtetl eMu bf npmrlHC IM grnk soW reed fly be deUror L- In UM i4tnbO M where the toreless apple trees have been grown no codllH tooth has made its appMranOi It hi said that to long as they are totaled from seedy apple trees there Is no posit blllty of the moth attaching Itself to them there being nothing In the way of perfume a lower to attract IL The uiuir of the new apple to red dot too wltn yellow on the skin As with other varieties no with the seedless apple a slightly hanlenedsnbtlanoo makes IU appearance at the navel end nut this can be obliterated by culture The originator of the coreless applo stales that the further we got away from the original five trees the larger and bettor the fruits become in every way Whether the Spencer seedless apple Is actually seedproof time alone can prove Russia uud Its Emperor- It In no secret In Russia that the atti tude of a numerous section of educated people in that country toward their sov ereign has latterly undergone a rapid change Uwas previously accepted part ly sincerely In part ns a matter of policy borrowed from constitutional govern mauls that the emperor was favorably disposed toward constitutionalism but that his ministers and others hindered him In the adoption of his beifetloeut plans The existence of a liberal minis ter in the only ministry which nowoxer ties any Influence In such matters noc omarily suggests a different vIew and patriotic Russians of all classes hope that the emperor will realize that he has begun to stand before his subjects In a sew llghU Century Hot Water from the Sun At Los Angeles Cal the experiment has been tried of using the rays of the sun to create power and to heat water for domestic purposes At an ostrich farm near the city a solar motor Is In opera tion eery sunny day or about 300 In a year and pumps 1400 gallons In a min ute Solar heaters are placed on the roofs of houses and connected with router pipes One heater will supply water for domestic pui poses for an ordinary family J NEVER GIVE UP Never never serer ylcliHoc GtISIIIl wtetdtnc Mighty drink to overthrow Though the twerl of III be many Great the force of the tee Soldiers ilwll we yield to any No turrctMler Answer Not For the take of mind nnd lady Health am peace and heart ami Soul Knr the sake ef home awl hennnleui Soldier tai the waiebwerd tell Par the asks of these the dearest Whom we fain would nave Item Woe For our loved one and our nearest No Hurronderl Answer Net For the tike of friefeil and seigtilwr 1PerPer the sake of there poor eapttVM Whom the drink delh evast stew dawftrtttatldNo BoUter never tear the JfeMncr rearLholdiIMtr T mien net victory In neap Per the Bake ft Him the Voter Over wswng and Maria and wee DoMler for too sake of llMven- Ne IIrT der Answer Net National Advocate DRUNK The Awful Meaning of That Term A Picture That Should Make the Drinker Pause and Think Y 11 ng mastDid you over tarp to think how that word sounds JIdeII ever think what misery and WM yes brought upon your friend when you de graded your manhood by geUfiif drunk f How It rises In Ue ears oC a luring wife liow It makes UM haul of a plod mother Weed now It ermnhes out the hops nf a father and hrlnajs rnfiancfc sad chases nnon levincsMMn Dftrnkt Ie hiss M lie hers nnnhut eerae friend ly bow lie stJiMte reedy li ten uc roaerkMH M to bin npproneMmj date The wits with tearful eyes aid nchlng heart sits at tile window It base her husbands foetsUns alu they ssme not The hnesd the parent todeunk pending his metaI of support to i liquor whit his family U starving fur breed his ehlMrw are aetrlag fur elothlDK His Mends tins by one re tart antt lays him to a miserable fat still he ronUMHNr en trl nn in drunkennmi until at length alba a drunkards trave Pathra mother sisters broiiien are taklig their last sad farewrl look upon tWIr betove i one and in Mlenee thr inter to then selves it was atron rink did Mali Render cu 1u1 nne It National Advo cate SALOONS AND THEIR VALUE Mea ey WhlrU Im Invemtesl ta the Saloon not the Large Cities New yrk has a p plafaai of B437IKV pnple Md haa lVUI sa loons hfIO lIM wi peopte with f6U110v PW adelptd UM0 lecple and ifel saloons It Urol n000 MMiple sad tooo stJSMM aVu tell with MilON people kM 1M sa- icons iialdaore WSIHH tsojle to 1 U sate ns ctattlsnd Ul OO 13U saodnr aM INN FrsnctHSi M OIM 100 people S4MT saloons wIa-oe 11sse1 people and IU Aces MaaUa BMM people aM 111 as loose WewM tt aol be a goof Met to lean a lAw pMaei set to tease any shore Moot MmmsH In Chlcaga ship time mt OM for ovary aM ItiktiMlaHIn In taad et M It to now win M evtiy SOT nkaktttwtaT In IhMndeinbla two number of saloons le ona Mr 7W hi habitants and a asleep Ittena was recently sold for i4OAOSClemttos ot Pair Way TEMPERANOB NOTJ13 In 1902 we ronaumad per anplla leje gallons of liquor and 174 roands- of wool lIator Tlllmans dispensary tytiam for the control of the liquor truffle grows more and more unaaUafastiMy to the people of South Carolina lams Horn Brewers agree that there are too many objectionable saloons In ie trop This seems to be a rowt opinIon all over the countryohantIpion of Pair Play January 7 I A total abstinence society has bow I formed among the physicians of DON mark who are alarmed at Ihtprugroes test Intemperance is inaklns They have had posters printed and put up In railway stations throughout the kingdom Dr Albert Drunner In his annual report ot the patients reeelved In IMS at the hospitals for tubarenloula nt Frleste Italy makes this atatamsnt or lUG patients received during the year 371 wore Inebriates IK moderate drinkers and only two total abstain era The Archdeacons Resolve Archdeacon Madden hag bean tolling how he first became an aggressive torn eranco worker One day ho writes I was summoned In haste to the house of one of our young people There upon the floor a young man lay load In the frenzy and fury of drunk snnosa ho had stabbed himself to tho heart There with his very lifes blood upon them his wlfo and threo children stood weeping I came threo days later and knelt by that mans coma side by side with time widow and orphans and I vowed God that as long as ho spared me I would fight the drink It 5 A GOOD SHEEP TROUGH What One Partner Thinks Is an Im provement on Old Style V Trough I send you a sketch of a good style of BUMP trough which I havo used several years and like much better than the old Htylo V trough writes Chancy Avery ot Steuben county Ind End supports A A are 2x4 or very thick board 3 VI feet high with emu boards n Bon ground and those supports are joined by heavy 8 or 10 Inch board 0 and braced by two abort boards H II nailed on as 1ahown Trough D Is 3 Inches deep and wldo Inside and one end board Is long BO as to stand up about 12 Inches above top of trough as shown by F Trough Is suspended to A A by a bolt at won end E E passing through odd piece of trough near top of trough The high end board F rests against C when trough Is ready for use and Is held up right by a large spike nail 0 placed through a small holo bored slanting IIIJIOVHD 8IIKKI THOCOlf downward and outward after parts are together Trough has two or three Iron washers between ond boards and sup yorte A A and botta are drawn Jutt tight oBOMgh to hold tropgk lnrtrUd when desired to keep owl dirt SHOW or Ire Top ef trettfth to 16 iMfeos aboveground end lopes tda of board C boiild be 9 iHcltM above top of troop Thto to MMRttol as If too low It Interferes with vJioaf MttlBg and If too klgh- beep will try to jump ihromrk over roach Tkto dadcn prvvMts them Junptac over nod thereby saves sjcttlBc ravcli dirt OH DM trough and UM tat roach IMCTMU UM more grwdy Ones from MUM too test for the slower ones to tot a good cliMO for Utrtr share FARM POULTRY PLANT A Geed DIAl ef Money May He Made fur the Farmer by nis- Floek The fiitrwr that does n r huts a well thllIppori 11I1lf1 the providing rhl family t wltk 1ral kind of h 1IIIrh poultry meat oral rKK We mllu ay that be roUMt e eI HK hla family Ujo broltor la UM Da spring old team sad roosters In UM Dimmer spring cktekou la the fall cart fat rorkercls awl WBOM la Ute wlaUr av well as the oa One of the iM mpor At rune for living in tiktoNMtrr la to have all of there tblasjs frosh aad at win without Lrndlsgmsay elesfor them Moreover UM family of UM farmer Road not Mint Itself la these things aa the tawny of the eluasa must do out of renapas of eeoaomy TItle nhould IMS the ANt ohj ct with Uw farmer In the keeping of poultry Now and then we Had a farmer who solo all hto beet prodHoU and keeps the poorest for his family Thatl6a peer way of doing The family should have at least as good as goes off tho farm LIVE STOCK MOTES Do not feed the tired horse until be Is rested Squealing hoga make spare ribs and thin bacon Oho tup pigs a warm place and dry straw for a bod Aro you so kind to your flocks and herds that they welcome your coming to the barn T Raise 1200 to 1300pound mares for the farm and lCOOto 1809 pound horses for sale How many cows are you feeding for the sake of their company T If you dont know It will pay well to find out A good sow that will raise two litters of eight to ten pigs a year Is ono of the most profitable animals on the farm Hogs In close dirty pens that have to breathe foul air all the time cannot make very wholesome meatW W Maxim MaineA t deal of unnccauary pain may bo spared the owe by wetting the teat before starting the milk with the Angora as It Is under certain circumstances noMMary to doIflrlfl and Homo Need of Cleanliness It will never do to atop preaching cleanliness either for till man or for the poultry It Is just as necessary for the fowl to be supplied with a good dust a bath as It Is for the man to have his roflular soap and water oloanlng There Is no more roason In thinking the fowl can live In a dirty pen without bad re sults lhan there Is In believing mon and women can keep well In the midst of fllth American Dairyman r Cause of Loss The principal oauao of loss in tho Rock upon the farms Is filth In some of Iw many fon u Impure water moldy mil docayed food Impure air filthy bouses vermin ot all kinds are sumo of he IMugH that come under tho head of uncleanllnoa These are tho things that we preach against when we cry to the IKMiltry world Unclean uncleanl American Dairyman SAVES FARMERS MILLIONS I Prevention of Oat Smut as Result of Investigations of of CollegeI Statistics just complied by agricul tural experts show that as a result ol tho investigations by tho college of agriculture of the University of Wis cousin of tbo means of preventing oat smut tho farmers of Wisconsin are being saved nearly 5000000 annually I Since Wisconsin ranks among the greatest oat producing states In this country for each year over 2600000 acres are sown with oats which pro duce a crop of 100000000 bushels worth annually from 25000000 to 30000000 these investigations are of vital Importance to thousands of farm ers In all parts of tho state For many years Uio annual loss to tho farmers In the oat crop averaged more than 18 per cent or over 18000000 bushels of oats valued at nearly 5000000 Tho barley crop of 16000000 bushels suffered an annual loss of COOOOO bushels on account of the smut Sta tistics show that through the experl ments of the professors of tho Wis consin college ot agriculture and through their efforts In spreading broadcast over tho state the results ol those investigations moro than two thirds of this loss to the oat and barley crops hoe boon prevented and that tho crops have therefore been In creased In value nearly 5000000 a year The history of tho experiments that led to the prevention of this costly blight Is an Interesting Illustration of the application of the dlseuvorias of pure science to practical problems such as those of agriculture A chem let discovered a product ot common wood smoke which Is known as for maldehyde a biologist working along other lines found that formaldehyde was death to fungus life and finally a professor ot the North Dakota ex periment station tried the effect of this chemical on oat smut The University of WtooonelR experiment station learned almost Immediately of the re suits ot those experiment and by op plying them on a Ian scale proved that the oat smut could be effectually prevented by the application of the formaldehyde wlutlOR to seed ate before plaittlnf The method of treating UM seed- grain to very simple so simple in fact ahoul41aotof formaldehyde which costs about 60 OMU to poured late a barrel contain lag some 40 gallons of water The oat seeds which are placid In gunny sacks are let down Into this barrel sqd Allowed to soak In the dilute chemical solution for some minutes They are then taken out and dried after which they are ready for sowing without any further treatment Thus tIM eet to the farmer to scarcely more than a cent a bushel which to certainly very little when compared with the dostraetlvoneM of the blight sail the great loss which It stall HANDY WHEELBARROW Para VeMele Wkleli Any Farmer Can Make on a Rainy Day Here to a cut of a heady strung wheelbarrow that any farmer enn make on a rainy day says Parma and Horn Take a goods box W Inches bag t4 or M Inches wide trod 90 mbos deep and two pieces five and onehalf to six feet long and 3x14 Inches for handles Nan or screw on HOMKMADR WHBBIUAttnOW atOM brace In front and roar and ntcett with brass as shown for legs Cut four halt circles from Inch hard wood board and a notch In center to fit around axle Nan these securely together for the wheel For the axle take a stick three and onohalf Inches square Trim and band each oath or wrap with wire Bore holes and drive a GO d wire nail In each end Just two inches apart In confer boro two oneInch holes bn op poslto sides to hold tho wheel In place A band ot hoop Iron around the wheel will mako It lust longer When It Is put together you have a very substantial wheelbarrow that cost bill little FEED SAVER How Tin Cans May Be Utilized in Making a Feeding Board for Fowls To avoid tho loss ot feed from the fowls scratching It out of the trough Iabottom of each to fasten to a board as shown In cut Tina con trivnnco Is effectual In keeping tho fowls out of tho feed as they find It uncomfortable to stand on the sharp rim of tho cans I Sheep Manure Sheep manure contains a small amount ot water and Is weight for weight tho richest manure produced by I any common farm animals It Is what Is called a hot manure fermenting rap Idly with tho development of heat Like horse manure it Is especially likely to lose ammoniaIlands were transferred to homesteaders during the past year I During Lull in Conversation- I admired that last piece you played professor immensely said Mrs Gas woll It had a kind of wild freedom about It you know a sort of get up and go that Just suited me Was it a composition of your own Madam frigidly responded tho emi nent musician who had been hired for the occasion I was putting a new B string on my violin Chicago Tribune Wonderful Chain Among the curiosities recently pre Rented to the Marltzburg museum In South Africa In a chain 23 feet six Inches long carved from the trunk of a tree by Knobnoso natives a trlbo in tho Zoutapanbcrg district Transvaal Tho chain Is continuous requiring phenomenal patience and skill In carving Beards in the Army In every battalion in tho British ar my there Is a small body of men known as tho pioneers They are the only mon who are allowed to wear beards Between them they are sup posed to know something of the duties of a carpenter bricklayer smith ma son painter glaslor plumber and gas fitter Hard to Tell What do you think of that college professor who says ho never kissed a girlPossibly sold Mile Cayenne Ills the simple confession of an unworldly soul and then again it may bo a very sly way of advertising for bids Wash ington Star Cooled by Evaporation Liquids can be rapidly cooled when loe Is scarce by pouring thorn Into large jugs round which two or three layers or flannel has been wrapped The flannel to mturated with water and the rapid evaporation that takes place cools the liquid as effectively aa a refrigerator Boys Record Jump A remarkable young athlete Tommy Barton aged IS of the government ool lactate school Burma haunt UM nan goon annual athletic meeting cleared in the high Jump 8 feet 113 Inches Thtoto believed to be a worlds record for a schoolboy Dig Land Loses Aa the outcome of a fight to keep Utah and Idaho sheepmen out of Wyoming the Union Iacilc has lewd to a grazing association 1000000 acres In western Wyoming which will be used for the winter grazing of 800000 sheep Most Crooked laver Hitherto the Jordan baa been ac counted the most crooked stream In the world but It cannot compare with White river Arkansas which travel 1000 miles In traversing a distance of 0 miles M the crow flies Makes a Mistake The lain who marries a small woman with the idea that her dressmaking bills will not be aa large aa that of her larger sisters Is due for a big aur prUe shortly after the honeymoon to over- Look After the Children In Germany policemen on duty mu atop children In the street In school hours and ask them why they are not at school It Is suggested In England that that be made the law there Souls That Grow Small souls If thy are of tho right sort aemoUmw haw a way of growing to the discomfiture of eynloa and the gratlAention of the angels Kale rxmglsr MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Mtfroh 11 CATTLWCommon 42 C5 Q 3 76 Hoary steers 4 81 5 25- fJALVKS Kxtra 0 75 0 7 00 HOQS Ch packers C 36 0 G 30 Mixed packers 5 05 5 15 SHUKP Kxtra 0 5 60 LAMBS Extra 7 85 Ct 800 FLOUR Spring pat C 00 S C 35 WHEAT No 2 rod 1 15 0 1 17 No 3 winter J 1 10 6WOArSNoRYCrNo 2 81 S- 7HttYCh timothy 2r 1OUK Cloar moos 95 LAUD Stonm C 75 80 UUTTEIl Ch dairy 113 20 Choice creamery 32 APPLBS Choice 2 75 75 POTATOES Ior bbl 1 50 T- OTOIIACCO NOW 5 00 013 00 Old 4 60 fl 14 75 Chicago FLOTtR Winter pat 6 10 ElI 6 20 WHEAT No 2 roil 1 1IIU 1 17 No 3 red 1 05 fl 1 14 la- COHNNo2 mixed 460 OATSNo2 mixed It1TiNo2 311IIJPORK Mow 12 tJVUD Steam C New York FrOim Win strts 5 6 85 WHKAT No 2 ml 1 1- 8COHNNo2 mixed 5S II OATS No 2 mixed 50i 38 4 IIVI3 Woatorn SO PORK Family 14 15 00 LAUD Steam 7 30 Baltimore OATTU3 Steers 3 CO f f 00 SIIEEPNo fat 3 00 3 60 LA J1US Spring 500 G 00 1IOQS Dressed G 25 L- Loulevllle Ii liD WHEATNo 2 rod 0 118 48YtOATSNo2PORK Mesa t11 00 LARD 1uro steam O 0 60 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 0 1 18 CORNNos 2 mixed I 4- 5OATSNo2 mixed q S3 r Buggyor Carriage I Harness WEATHER and fine FINE invite you to drive profitlook as well ns tke rest of your turnout or Is it steal by and thus detract from the general appearance If 60 tbeips an easy way out of it Select a new Bet of Buggy or Carriage liar ness from Our Largo Stork at astonishingly reasonable youdecidness do let us put it in good repair for you It wont cost much T J MOBERLY- Main SteRichmond Ky I The Citizen A FAMILY PAPER 8 pages weekly at 100 per year I i TOMBSTONESand Owing topoor Irnlth I am forced to closo out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 sets of tho finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb stones and Monuments which I will soil at greatly reduced prices Hero is your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs nnd prices Berea Monumental Works- S McGUIRE Prop Borea Ky Startling Mortality Statistics show startling mortality from appendicitis and peritonitis To prevent and cum theca awful diseases there in just ono reliable remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills 1M Flannery of 11 Custom House Chicago says They have no equal for Conntipaton and Bilious ness 25n atthn Et End Drue Co or h MONUMENTS Urns Huditnnaa Statuary GranlU and Marble Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at rca onable prices and with dispatch All work guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Comtrot Main sod Rolllni SUM tt I Incrodiblo Brutality It would havo been incredible bru tality if Chas M Lemberger of Syracuse N YI had not done the best he could for his BufT ri g son My boy he sayfl cut a fearful sash I over his eye so I applied Bucklens Arnica Salverwhich quickly healed it and Good for burns j And ulcers too Ouly 250 at the East i rind Drug Co h To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete and up to date in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc C do work for most prominent people of DareR and vicinity Week sent to me by mail or express will dave prompt attention and charges paid one way- S G FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Kf RmiBNDJi Bw k of Mt Vernon Berea College Foundod 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young moo and Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years countyCertificateAcademy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and for life College CoursesLiterary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure degreesMusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to help nil who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks maybe brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks J2700 Spring tern of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregationalists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations Ton INFORMATION ANn FRIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS THE SECRETARY WILL C OAAIBLE a Berca Madison County Ky I Madison County Roller Mills loIoIoIYIoItIoJII Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour 1IoIltIoItIIoJII Potts Duerson 1 Whiles Station Ky Kod lDYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT n s100 bottle contains 211 tlmelbe trtalILe whtcb sells for SO cellU- UarAIID ONLY AT TH LAIIOTOV 0l E C DeVITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May I 1904 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave B reu 8 48 a m Arrive Richmond 4 12 a m Arrive Paris 528 a m Arrive Cincinnati 7 50 a in- Going North JI S3 Train 0 flatly Leave Boiea 1255 p m Arrive Richmond 125 p m Arrive Paris 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati 6 00 pm Going Sontb Train t Da- ilyLeavoBereali 11 p m Arrive Livingston 2 05p m Going South Train GDnlIj Leave HeroaI1 24 p m Arrive Liyimgston12 80 a m Train No1 and No D mike con nection at Livtnirst m for JHllico and the South with No 21 and No 21 W H BOWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSON j Dentist S KytoBy tho Tonic Routo The pills that act as a tonic and not as a drastic purge are DaWitt Little Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation Biliousness etc Early Risers are small easy to take and easy to acta safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City N DI says Two bottles cured me of chronic constipation Sold by the East End Drug Co and all Medicine Dealer A Dinner Invitation After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of Indigestion Kodol is 1 thorough digestant and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Sour Risings Bart Breath and all stomach troubles N Watkin Leshus Ky says 1 can testify to the efficacy of Kodol in the cure of Stomach Trouble I was Rfliictd with Stomach Trouble for fifteen and have taken six DvapFpaiaCuresix bottles were worth 1000 to me Kodol Dyspepsia Ours will dgeut any quantity of all the wholesome food you want to eat while your stomach takes a rest recuperates and grows preparationIsremarkable cures Sold bv the East End Drug Co and all Medicine Dealers A1O INVESTMENTI- n 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Route to 15 Oklahoma Addrer0eperal rehlfromre 3 1U AtcUsom Topeka ISanta fa Railway S CHICAGO mNmmmmmNmmmMYNNmI 1 iSI5 A WEE AMD KXPKH8K Wt trtu3alryN KVKKKA sires C wa serer ta III THE CITIZEN Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to give better satisfaction than other nukes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear ersAspect more for their money than they taD get elsewhere We carry a full line and can Insure a perfect fit Inspection inv- itedCOYLEHAYES BEREA KY aIfI 3ItI + III 11 1111 I I 11 ffTTT I I vi 1I ttItI1 Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES lIt 11 11 HI +IIH H II I Mrs L A Davis has been suffering with grip during the past week Howard Switzer is recoveringslow ly from an attack of typhoid fewer President Frost is confined to his house with a very painful attack of gripPhi Deltn gave a banquet to about eighty guests Friday night in Phi Delta Hall Mrs J M Early has loon quite sick for the past week but is on the mend now Mr C L Hanson was in Cincin nati for several days last week pur chasing goods for C J Hanson Co Mrs J C Burnam is about again after U successful operation which was performed last week by Dr CowloyThis week tho East End Drug Store passes under the management of Mr GF E Porter of Renwick Iowa Mm Cowley was able to return home Sunday after two weeks in the hospital here with a light attack of typhoid fever Thoro will be a baptismal service at the Tabernacle next Sunday at 280 The Rev A E Thomson will officiate Mrs jS G Hanson has been con fined to her bed during the past week with an attack of tho grip but is sonic better now II C Woolf is temporarily at McKee taking the place of Cashier Hayes in tho Jackson County Bank who is sick with grip A SHOE all This is one IrIJ l Mr and Mrs A S Worthon en tertained a few of their friends at dinner on night nt their home on Chestnut avenue Dr P Cornelius reached homo night after his four weeks trip through Florida He reports a most enjoyable time Arthur Flanery hits hada very painful time with a poisoned eye for the past two weeks Ho was able to remove the bandage on Miss Douglas is making as fair progress toward recovery as can hoI expected She is receiving the ofcare and it is thought the danger is past All wooden bridges on tho Ion tucky Central Division of the L NoI are being replaced by iron structures and the roadbed is being generally improved A number of the teachers spout n social hour in the teachers parlor of Ladies Hall on Monday evening Mr Hamiltons was an feature of tho hour Mr Waldrotlt tile Keystone View Company was in town for a day or so the past week Several of our students have signed contracts to sell views for this Com pany during the coming summer Rev Thomas A Kitchen of Lans ing Tennessee has accepted a call to become pastor of the Berca church Ho will also preach one Sabbath of each month at Combs and Pino Grove Ho is ex pected this week WUIFhfCQfy f lflfY HANDSOME leathers allstyles Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday graphophone entertaining representing Congregational SHOE eou v MAKERS Tim last number of tho Lyceum Course has been postponed indefin Hill who was to havelecturedhero last Tuesday ev cuing was unable to fill his engage went on account of sickness and date for his appeaiance hero cannot le set at present A most pleasant and profitable time was spent at tiLL Union Church supper in the Parish House last Thursday evening from 030 to 830 A social hour was enjoyed about the well provisioned tables after which tho usual prayer meeting was hold prcllcntI in stalled in tho new library building Rooms Rte being 1up on tho ground floor for the Treasurers offices nud storage The Presidents office will be in tho east end room of tho second floor Tho work will pushed forward more rapidly now that tho warmer weather is hero A train of sixteen empty freight cars tunIwero pretty badly broken up but no lives were lost Trafllc was delayed for several hours The trains duo here at 11 3D PM and 348 AM Tuesday night and Wednesday morning respectively were unable to get VedluesdayThis mail Wednesday morning There is unusual activity in the building line iu Berea nt present Quite a number of new houses aro being erected in various parts of the town and many are being repaired and having additions built to them Among those who are having build jug done are J Burdctte who is adding n second story to the kitchen of his house on Chestnut avenue JW Stephens who is erecting a flue house on Jackson street Mrs Laura Jones who is having a commodious residence erected on Richmond Piko next to tho Baptist church Tho contract is lot for building an addi Lion to Bert Coddiugtons homo on Center street Boron College begins IU sprin terns next Wednesday March 22 Perhaps In your ease it may moan a quick decision but one you will not regret Obituary Susie May Daughorty laugh tho little daughter of John Bntigh passed away Saturday evening March 11th Sho was horn March 30th 1102 and in the little while she tarried in this world slit had endeared herself to all who know her Though not yet threw years old she had learned to sing versos of several hymns When Ho comoth to make up His jewels and Meet me there wore the songs sic loved especially to sing With a seeming consciousness of the coming change she sang a verse of the latter song on the Friday morning before her death For sixteen days she suffered from scarlet fever hWI1 n severe case from the beginning and graduallygrow worse until the end cone The funeral services were conducted on Sunday 12th groundbypathy of tho entire community goes put to the sorrowing parouU in tho hour of their affliction In Memoriam Whereas Bessie Flanory our dear friend and follow worker In the Young Womans Christian Association of Boron College was suddenly taken from ua on Feb 20 1005 therefore bo it Resolved that we express tho unspeakable sorrow we feel at what seems to us such nil untimely event as well as our deep thankfulness for her life of sweet purity and usefulness among us Wo shallcherish tho memory of her character in WITH THE or APlACTfRI INew Cash Store- C C RIIODUS Prop BEREA KENTUCKY which n deep undertone of reverence tenderness and conscientiousness was CJulotdignitywords and faithfulness to duty Inn the Y W C A her presence was always helpful and strong and we shall not forgot the sincerity nnd truth withwhich she testified what Jesus was to her and be it further Resolved that wo extend to her sorrowing family our hwrlfelt sym pathy und further Resolved tint n copy of these resolutions be mint to her family and IMJ spread on the records of the society t Eanstnuru L LEIS K Coswra Committee t1IIIWU IAIUF Ca rnstn tIlhotitts has just put in a carload of fertilizer Cull him tip at once and secure your seasons supply Firm Dissolved The firm known as Holliday lShort Real Estate agents in Heron Ky is hereby dissolved by mutual consent March U 1005 Low rates to nil points in Texas Indian Territory and Oklahoma Tuesday March 21st If you urn going west consult L f X agents VICTIMS OF A FIRE Nineteen Persons Were Burned to Death In n New York Tene ment Honse Blaze MORE THAN FORTY WERE INJURED Several of Those Who Perished Were Boasted to Death in 1laiu Sight of Thousand Subpoenaet Have Been Itcued Forth andgand Police Officials New York March IS Nineteen per Sons were burned to tooth In a flro which dMtroyed the flvesiory tene mont house at 106 Allen street More than 10 wore Injured and only a few ot tho sleeping Inmates rseaped un hurt Several of thoto who perished wore roasted to death In data vtew ot thousands In the street Coroner Ooldenkranc declared after an Investigation that he had reason to bollevo the blnie was the work or- an Incondlary lie Issued aubpoonaes for the fire marshal tenement house and building Inspectors and health and police offi cials to appear before him at the In quest The fire started In tho base ment and spread with frightful rapid ity to tho root In Traps of Flames Tho victims wore caught In traps of flames the halls and exits being rendered Impassable In a few minutes after the blaze started The building wits one of the usual crowd ed tenements and the disaster was tho worst In tho history ot the east Ride Ibo district attorneys office has begun an Investigation to place tho blamo for the groat loss ot life Chief Croker of the fire department asserts that the police and tho tone ment houso departments are to blame for the violations of the Are escape law The tenement house department officials however say that the blamo is on tho shoulders of the fire com missionerOf 19 dead three bodies that ot a boy and two girls remain unidenti fied THE STANFORD CASE It Is Thought the Womans Death Was Due To Natural Causes Honolulu March 1GThat Mrs Stanford died a natural death probe bly will be the conclusion of thoso who are now Investigating tho case President Jordan of Stanford university has emphatically expressed the opinion that Mrs Stanfords death was not duo to strychnine poisoning Ho says that when ho became familiar with her symptoms ho reached thnt conclusion Ho is a doctor of medi cine and says that since he has learn ed that the amount of strychnine ta ken by Mrs Stanford wan not beyond a medical dose he Is more sure than ever that sho was not poisoned Dr Jordan has been assisting the detectives to tho extent of suggesting ques tions as a physician during their in quest regarding her symptoms and re suits of tho autopsy IN A PITCHED BATTLE Two Negroes Killed and One White Man Was Wounded Memphis Tenn March 15A SilO cial from Lake Village Ark says a pitched battle was fought between a sheriffs posso ot white men and three negroes suspected of murder on tho shore of tho take near that town Two of the blacks wore killed outright and C D Owens manager of tho Red Leaf plantation was wounded In the arm The third negro escaped into the woods Recently two brothers named Watson wero murdered near Dumas Ark and tho three negroes wero said to have participated Intho crime PrwrP rrrrrrvPrr frrrrerrYrvrYrrrvrrrrrrrr k YOU ARE JUDGED BY I THE CLOTHES YOU WEAR I tClothes may not make a man but it is useless to r tcreate a disturbance by going around without them Stq This is the time when it is true economy to spend r money and extravagance to keep it ti t If Fabrics grew ready woven wo tcould make prices less That is about the only way What you say when you go home we i intend to be our best ad t The smallest thing about our place Y t ybutct a t Did you ever think your neighbour was living tensier than yourself Perhaps he is and may be tIbecause he trades at If ax WELCHSi r t Largest stock of Dry Goods in the County a fine lino of Dress t Goods Groceries at Wholwmlo Prktw t Cheapest Drug Store on Martin a A It is 90 Miles to tho next Store that soils Meal at 55c s- AARNA4A Q AlAil ililAlAAAiIAAiIiIAAQtAilA ieilililAAiOiYN AwAAA- AARARLOOM u END SALE Began Friday January 27th 9 Perhaps some of our customers mny not under stand this expression At the Mills there are always remnants left over from the original run which average from one to two yards in length They are identical in quality with the goods sold in bolts THESE GOODS WILL ALL BE SOLD BY THE POUND rl At unhonrdof prices Hero is your chance toIliterally got three dresses for the price of one The beauty of these artistic designs in Dimities Silk Mulls Pongees and Crepes Are sure to make thorn move quickly Da not inbiindonitiiiul JWy30nndC i HANSON CO The Shop for Ladles litre Ky Do You nowjThat March is a Bad Month for Fires Better have your house and household goods insured Doesnt cost much Manns lots to you in case ofn fire Would be glad to write it for you I represent the best old line companies in fact can writeryou in any legitimate company FIRE LIFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD And TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC t W H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK L NEWS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD Jlaupcnhijrs of Interest Gathered nut Condensed for the Busy Reader PROGRESS OF WAR IN FAR EAST Interesting Information From the Cap ital of the Nation With a Selec tlon of Foreign Notes Casu attics and Crlmas RUSSOJAPANESE WAR ITEMS Acording to tho Lokal Atizolgor the Russian war party Is sucking to Induce tbo czar to RQ to the front In Manchuria at tho head of a new army of 400000 men willgodownr the long list of Russian dofoaU In iho almost universal belief in powimlst St Petersburg which hal forgotten the moaning of the word victory A general who has just returned fnttH tds treat says that Oen Kuropet kins halts M comfnaDderlnchlef are due to hla bureaucratic training and Ills desire to keep all the reins III blow lasts TIM Russia council of war has ex onerated Qeo Btoeasel ft the aban donment of Part Arthur It hM been decided at St Peters burg to recall One Kurotutkla- MICHLLANEOUS At Cedar Raplde la the pleat of the American Cereal Co the largest- of Its kind In the world was destroyed by Ire with the exception of a mall grew of storage sad peeking moL The toss to estimated nt St WfdM Two Mm were lost Chairman Ihirton In an address a vorcd making the Ohio river naviga ble at nil fweaott A M Palmer tbe theatrtcnl meow t ear who was stricken with apoplexy died in a New York hoepltat Tim preatdeut nude those nowtna ties to the senate Co H Trent New York treasurer of ike Vnlted States succeeding Rills II Roberts Charts W Anderson colored New York IB ternnl revenue collector at New York aucoeedlntc Mr Treat Alston Q Dm ton federal Judge for the Northern district of West Virginia succeeding Judge Jackson rrtlga d Seven men were killed la the Clear Spring Coal Co at WM Ilttston Pa by the breaking of a hoi Ming rabbi The men and carriage lull to tbe sal turn 300 reel An eInrt to being made by the Col orate krlnlature lo s at Lieut Josee A McDonald as grnor 00I A la0 number ot Japanese CtttH sales have b n captured r etmtly vtthra the Rusian linen ties lkoth of the Salvation army II In Jonalem He intends to bold a antes of meetings The porte has directed thu local nutiioritles to pro hibit Turkish subjects rum attending three notHlngs- PmMent Roosevelt ha tendered the otteo of the United Htutes district attorney for the Northern district of GoorKla t former neproii ntatlre F r Tate of Georgia Mr Tate to democrat InMlal tttcps whkh may reatiK In the erectniM In Washington of R large auditorium for the hoidliig of conven tions Mare Inauguration balls und other large gatherlaK w re taken nt a Joint meeting of persona aptwlnted by the Inaugural committee the board of trade and the Ihwittenn Mena awo elation The board of iiwnageni of the FrenhUn land an neoitmiitaUon of lap tr taft the city of baton undo UeRjnntti ItnnkMnfl will voted to notify nail rwrgniiU Ute oetabllah went in that city at a Franklin union on the general Mess of tho Cooper union sail the Mechanic and Trades men school of New fork to deemed advlrabSe The stnk III the Itepubllc Iron and Steel mill at Kant Chicago has been settled and I men went back to work The men were defeated Charge of scandal are made In the affairs of the Sl ixMils itxposltlon Co They concvrn the xrantlng of awards sad awo the salvage conlracu by which oortaln of the snot exposition btilMlnga are to be removed An army of 300 jieasants from the Orlovkn dUtrlct Is advancing south easterly Burning nnd looting of es tates It In progress Klghtcen ostntos hnvo already beet sacked Senator William rim Date 70 t or Tenneeew died at lhi Hbbllt houne in Washington city of pnott monla which resulted lu hourt tall are Pile wife woe at his bedtlde throughout lib Illness Statistics show that tho deaths from bubonic plague In India within a row years reach nearly limo millions In 1003 the mortality In India from tho plague alone was SGOOOO Tho Missouri senate pnseed a bill making all pipe lines constructed or to bo constrnolod lu the state for tho purpose of carrying oil common car rlore and placing them under tho di roctlon of the railroad commissioners The Porto Rican loglslaturo has adopted the cout of arms used under t the Spanish regime replacing tho ono adopted by the Unit loglslaturo under American civil govornmotit Au explosion of Illuminating gas lu time collar of tIlt Mormon mooting IIOUBO at Granger Utah canned Iho death of Nettle Markey and seriously injured JG other persons Tie ftttpreme court of Connecticut handed down a decision In tho Ihllo S Dennett will oaso In which WJIIIam J llryun has figured us a iwHBlblo bonenclnry to tho oxtont of 80iX0 The decision Is against Bryan Col IL Proguulbltnky governor of the province of Kutnls has been the object of an attempted animation by two men at Sttkhum Tho wouldbe murderer fired six shuts at tho goy ernor but ho was not struck Commissioner Oarfleld of the bu reau of corporations was In New York and taut the legal representa aver of the Standard 011 Co prior to beginning an Investigation of the companys methods The Missouri house passed and rent to Oov Folk for his signature the ionS ate bill prohibiting railroads from working their trainmen moro than 16 consecutive hours without eight hours restThe Missouri senate has passed the bill repeating the breeders law The moniura lira already liven passed lu the House The breeders law was en acted In 1807 anti provide that bet ting should bo allowed at race tracks Count Henckendorff tho Russian ambassador to Uroat Britain paid 321000 Ui Foreign Secretary Lane downs In settlement of the North Sea claims and tho Incident was thus closed V The llritlsh government through Its minister In Nicaragua Is negotiating two Important treaties with Nicara gas One of them Is a commercial treaty having In view Increased trade relations between the two countries Mrs SalUe M liannn who confess ed to poisoning six persons at Lynch burg Va mat month waived trial by Jury and was sentenced to five years at hard labor In tbe state prison Advices from Bomallland stele that 1000 Somalis attacked Merkab an Fut African seaport having n popu lation of 3000 and killed all tbe lu habitants IAn explosion In the center of the city at St Petersburg at Voaneceni ky prospect and ItelrUolamorskalr faring the Isaac cathedral blew owl the III tenor ot an apartment basin killing four men and four women Oov Polk has signed the breeders law repeal bill This tDassrn kills the existing tntiite which prohibited iKxikmaktng and jtoolselllng eseept at race trarks In Missouri The KauWK Oil Producera assnela lion requeelril President Itoocevelt to curse to their aid In their nghi agahiHt the railroads The luta debt of Santo Domingo In pared at 1151337 Judge Ubeeler In the United States circuit court of appeals New York handed down an opinion which If fl nally sustained by the United Staten circuit engirt i f appeals will rout the Laced Stale Kovernment ffIOIl11Ot1 to refund detles paid by the American Sugar Running Co An alleged drug trust which It a ertrd enntNtx JIOOOOOOOo worth or business early bring Ito IIII at Indianapolis Mrs Nancy Kelly the oldest white woman In Maryland Is dead at the age of 107 years liar oldest living son U It and her youngest daughter Is 63 There were 88 Indictments In eon nection with alleged laRd fronds In Oregon Among the Indicted are one United States senator two emigre men i lghl attorneys one stale and two expiate senator an assistant InliMl Stales attorney and his dep tlty an rfaurvryor general nnd dep lily and several deputy surveyors ex examiner of survey ex special agents one Unlird slates roniHilasfoner and two matmlrioner and n number of land fturt Umber dealers and lIulfllt lead era New forks transit fholHUoB were almost pemljiiMl when MOQ einjiluyiw of the InterboroHgi Itapld Transit Co went nut on strike mi the I roads sad swbwny There wag s willlatnn lu which M persona were Inlnrod The inoel Interesting Jeva1opment- In fat ton ohivuled ratlwny strike sHnntkW In Now York was Urn stand taken by some of the imtlonal tabor tenders In reptMntttl g tbe Ie lion of the local leaders who ordrrrd and are conducting the sttlkeeSome OM Interbarottgh motormen New York applied for reinstatement but not more than SOOO were luvepiod the offlcbUs rlalmlng lo be satisfied with the turn who had enabled them to break the strike Business fnllurm In the United States for the week number 100 ag lnst lOG last wool 100 In the like week In 100 and 170 In 1003 In Canada failure for the week number 10 as against 33 the week before According to the crop report Issued by the agricultural department tho percentage ot wheat remaining In farmers hands Is 201 or 111000000 bush of corn 387 per cent or 9BI 000000 and oats 38 S per cent or 3I70000UO bash Judge Booth M Malone at Denver sentenced Peter Mlllor and Nichol blond found guilty of stealing 313 hal lots at tho election In November lust and substituting others for them to serve from three to five years ouch In the state penitentiary The Missouri senate passed the hill appropriating 0000 for tho Missouri slate exhibition nt the Lewis and Clark centennial exposition at Port land Ore Dev Ur Dean Richmond IlaJibltt rector of tho Church of the Kplphany it Brooklyn NY anti president of the commission on the race problem In an address advocated the volun tary exodus from tho south of negroes The secretary of state lint designat ed aallhml Hunt chief of the pass port bureau to bo a member of the Commission to Investigate the subject of tire naturalization of mucus Sixtyseven ticket brokers In Chi cago aro charged by oIHcers of the CI 11 St P Railway Co with having formed a trust for mutual protection anti promotion of the sale of cut rate ticketsA explosion occurred In the Cambrian colliery at Clydach Vale In Rhondda valley It Is feared that 30 or 30 miters havo been klllod The will of William P Mellon New York and PJttufield Mass was filed for probate A remainder of time es tote valued at 1000000 Is held In trust for his widow on whose death tho bequest goes to Harvard college To avoid an execution on St Pat doles day when William Rudolph murderer of Detective Charles Spun machor was to be hanged Coy Folk of Missouri has granted a respite of 30 days Although tho coroner jury at lIon olulu concluded that Mrs Jane Stan furl was tho victim of a murder the ogal representatives of tho estate at San Francisco aro yet unprepared to Receipt this judgment as flnn- lImln No 3 on tho Buffalo Roches ter PlUsburg railroad run into an open switch near Duller Pa Unglncor ltdward J Wllkoa of Dubolc Pa was killed Nine passengers were Injured some seriously Secretory of War William II Taft and Dr William Osier of time Johns Hopkins University wero guests of honor at an elaborate dinner given by William A Marburg at the Maryland club Baltimore Tbe Japanese government imId to have lodged a complHlnt In Ioudon against the numerous sales of British Meaner to Russia fto addicted have the Urnliners be come to the American game of poker that the police have decided to step In Everywhere you go now the rattle of poker chips Is heard nnd many people have been driven to eommlt criminal arU la recover their gambling hisses It Is reported that In time event of time ratification of the Santo Domlnjo treaty Dr J H Hollander of Haiti snore will be appointed by the presi dent as head of the commission which will have charge or time custom houses of the stand The bureau of supplies and accounts navy department will open bids April 12 for 150000 pounds of tobacco Thomas J Ryan Is to lie continued as assistant secretary of the Interior He hits held this oftVe nearly eight yearsSecretary liar awl tile minister from Uruguay signed an extradition treaty between the United Stales and Uro guayllnffalo HUP sailed for Ktiropo on the steamship St Paul to lie prcno three year He was accowpanle the steamship by his aoula law daughter Lieut Charles Htatt I s A and Mrs Stall After Evangelist William A V iv preached a sermon on Impure t menu at t M tabernacle Dlxo hundrcdx of persons went forwti Jr J publicly renounced dances sail p rive card games Society womei o also announced their Intention c r L asking dccullele costumes The bill compelling all gambling o be conducted on the second ilwir lu beets repented by the Nevada lop la lure The measure practically tnakro Nevada a stale where gambling can lit carried on any lime olther on tho street or In the house so long as the gambler pays the Hconm Dowager KmpresR Mnrlo Feodorovnn of Rmetu will soon leave SL Peters burg for Denmark at the urgent re thirst of King ChrUIInn liar father lien nIle Ilune 78 died suddenly at lilt home In Highland N Y Eel lowing n surgical operation Col Huso wu for ninny years an instructor at West Point military academy Lieut D II Jarvis of Ilia rovsmto puller service and by special net of congress collector of riittoniB for the dUtrlut of Alaska line Muttered In limo preeldwut hIs reelgnutloii as collector A foruillnlilo Inaiirroctlormry move mint almod against the Unstro region In Vanouietn lies been uncovuretl In Plilbiilolphla by agent of the VetiBsue Ian government Baron Von Muegge a native of Germany but more recently of Mil waukee lifts arrived In St Lords to seek nppolnlmtmi on the police ion to fill the requirements of his mothort willMedical Dlicclor George A Bright 07 United States navy retired died In Wiiililiigton At the time of Isle re llroment three yearn ago Mr Bright Had charge ut time naval hospital at Washington At Denver Col mad with rage because of his defeat In a lawsuit with K Fill Coo SehuBtle shot and killed him nod his wife fired the haute anil It s feared the young son was cro mated Schlstlor then barricaded him sail in his house and defied the police nail wounded three of them loiter ho watt shot and killed by thebdlrors A school or at least a special room for child wives may bo OHliibllshod by time Chicago heard of mluentlon as a result of Investigations completed by the compulsory education depart anent Tho Prairie 011 and Gas Co the Kansas branch of the Standard 011 Co Issued an order to tho effect that hereafter no Kansas oil testing below 30 degrees gravity will bo bought by time company Capt Scth Bullock and his company of cowboys whoso picturesque appear alien was n feature ot the Inaugural parade wore given n reception by the president With Japanese raga flying a band of Chinese bandits beheaded two young Russians who wero alleged to bo spies at SIngmlntln Time first one executed was evidently an officer JAPS TAKE MUKDEN Uii siaiiLoss Said 10 HI UOIOI Wild Japanese11222 Trophies Captured Two Ensigns 60 Guns 60000 Rifles 150 Ammu nition Wagons 1000 Ai ay Wagons and 2000 Shells London March 11The St Peters burg correspondent of the Times says a dispatch reached Tsarskoe Belo Frt tiny night from Kuroimtkln which said I am surrounded Toklo March HTho Japanese troops occupied Mukden at 10 oclock Friday morning Nearly all the Rus sians heavy guns and many Hold Runs have been captured The Russian seem to be moving toward Fashun with the object of retiring north Washington March 13The Japan ofo legation has received the following cablegram tmm the foreign office nt Tokp limo armies on the Shakhe quarter reported up to Sunday morning the following approximate figures which nro still IncreasingPrisoners over 40000 including MR Gen Makhlmoff Russian corpses An the Held 3C600 Other Russian casualties 00000 Trophies two en SftM 00 guns 60000 rifles 160 am iBiinltloti wagons 1000 army wagons 300000 shells 2SOOOOOO shots for rt flee 74000 bushels of grain materially for light railroad for 40 miles 300 wagons for light road 1000 horses IS Chinese carts full of maps 1000 Chi nese carts full of clothing 1000000 portions of bread 150000000 pounds of itch 223000 bushels of horse al lowances and 125000 pounds of hay The report from the Sinking quarter Pas not yet been received Report received In the afternoon of this lit b of March Our various detachments hoty dlrfrtlonlandabed him everywhere Occupied on tho afternoon of the 10th of March the line extending 13 miles to the north of pareultu11Our detachment which proceeded northward on the morning of the 11th of March from the neighborhood of Puke met a large column of the cue my retreating northwards and after hand ta hand fighting we enveloped the column which finally surrendered Near Mukden we are now engaged in clearing remnants of the routed en amy some of whom still continue ree tatancc white the others come to sue renter Toklo Mardi J3Tlre Japanese pursuit of the Uussian armies contln s and a resumption of iiravy light In the vicinity of Tie Pass Is an itcrt Pttcrnburp March 13The Im aimwer of the Russian gov i to the defeat at Mukden Is jiKinneement that a new army v ue raised and the forces In the i r east reorganized that Vice Adm L estvenaky will be orderea fu wall a and try conclusions with Togo and thusWAS ADJUDGED GUILTY Mrs Chadwick Convicted of Conspiracy Against the United States Oevelnml 0 March 13Mr Cas ale Ik Chadwick was convicted of eon spiracy against the United States The Jury required only brief delibera tion to find liar guilty on all of time seven cnniiln or Uio Indictment on wliloJi ilio wm Ulml The verdict mRI a maximum penalty of H ttlli0lIl1110 hxbur In the panlten ltar of 70000 In addition to tlio tnlIJrfSOllllleut Tho tttjivtoliflii of the mined queen of fiimndo wag ti ctientlnnal mill bye lerlail conclusion to n trial Hint has been reiitet with tragedy and nbearb lug Urnfixhlo Interest Mrs Chmlwlolc outkrpantttxttlpletely In MMiig of the verdict of tho Jury In the trial of his client Mrs Chadwtek J P Dnwley her senior rnunael said that the verdict was not according to the terms of the Indict meat mid that the cast would be token to the court of appeals at Cincin stall all MNIII as pojwlbo The President Signed Many Measures WnstfQiigton March 13During tho session of time late congress President Rooewvelt signed 1842 measures pass wl hy the HOtmte and houae of repre sentutlvcR or tilt measures enacted at the last session 33 were public bills including 14 appropriation bills 1800 were pri vale Little 31 wore public resolutions und uno wilts a private resolution Leased n Palace St Petersburg March J3C1llftfO Von Meyer has leased tho famous KlolnmlohnOl palace for his roaldenco dtiflng hts torn as American amlms sailor horn It Is nn imposing Rlnic luro near tho French and other em hneleaFree Lunch With Religion Bloominston March 3ToI- Ilm the than to the prnyor meeting has been n problem before tho congre gation of ho First Methodist church of title city for a long tints Hereaft er n free lunch wilt be served between the hours of CSO and 715 oclock A Lobster Combine liuuiilliiui iiiu linnets tSPIOlIIlIt- ors of a lobster combine which plans to control tho ludimlry In Maine anti maritime provinces say tint ho rom bination will soon hi completely or canled J rSTAT c1THE HARGISES Kentucky Court of Appeals Refused the Writ Asked For By Them Frankfort Ky March HThoKentucky Court of Appeals refused the writ asked for by the Hargls brothers of flroathltt county to re strain the judge of time Fayette elr cult court from assuming Jurisdiction of them for trial for complicity In the murder of Town Marshall Cockrill of Jackson The case thus goes to Fay otto county for trial in which court they are already under indictment The ruling of the court here In the Hargls case is that Fayette has eon current jurisdiction with Dreathltt county and that the arrest by Magis rate Edwards was procured by the Harglses themselves to avoid trial in Fayctto and that the action In Breath ittls void and Fayette now has ox elusive Jurisdiction by reason of be- Ing first in Indicting the parties Judge Orear delivered the opinion of tho court THE STANDARD OIL CO Two Hundred Indictments Brought In Against It at Cynthlana Cyiithlnnn Ky March 9Thog- rand Jury which has been In session now for more than a week brought 210 Indictments against the Standard 011 Co which Is charged with retail lag oil with tat a license from wagons The fiRe in each case varies from 60 to 1000 The lowest possi ble amounts to be gotten from the fines is 10000 The Indictments were rondo after the ono recently passed on by Judge ORear of the court of ap peal of Kentucky which held the Standard 011 Co liable for license in the Oldham county Kentucky case Tho grand jury brought Indictments against the saloons of the town alleging they sold liquor in Sundays find to minors Tho cotored saloons are also Indicted and It lit thought that some of the saloons will now have to core LOUISVILLE ICE MERGER Five Companies Join Issues Capital ized at 1000000 Lotiisrllle Ky March 1111110 I000000 merger of time local ice oem panic is to go Into effect at once The following companies Include tho Ice Manufacturing Co two plants J E and Frank Simons pro prietorsLouisville Plate Ice Co A D Schwartz president Win J Locke manager Northern Lake Ice Co W W Hlte president J It Pace secretary and treasurer Louisville Ice Co M Poschlraer proprietor Den J hours plant One Killed Another Fatally Hurt Jackson Ky Mesh 10While playing near the entrance of an alien done coal mine at Frozen Creek about ten nubs from Jackson two small children of a widow named Carpenter were crushed by some old phi lars under an embankment giving way They were burled under1 slate and rocks one being killed and tho other fatally hurt Old Man Ends Life Lexington Ky March 9 Because the Uunteoa of tho Uaptlt church at East Hlcknmn near hero had noti nod him he would have to surrender the parsonage building to a now preacher Mloajah Brooks aged SO placed a revolver to his hoad and blow out his brains Powers Fifth Year In Jail Louisville Ky March IFrIday marked the fifth anniversary of Caleb Powers confinement in jail Hfsawaiting his fourth trial for conspir acy to bring about the death of Gov William C Goebol Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville March 11 Offerings on the tobacco breaks represented 780 hhils of burley and 108 hl1J5t dark Prices ranged front 3J3 for the new crop anti front 5 to 140 or- old crop 011 Flelde Flooded Uftrbouroville Ky March 11The Cumberland Is on a tear as a result of the heavy rain in tho mountains The oil fields in tho lowlands aro flooded and much damage has already ro suited The broom 68 the Bride 14 Control City Ky March UDAld lolland nn old Folcllor C8 years old and Miss lira Wajkor 14 years old were married hero by noV William Vood8on at the homo of tho brides mronts State Guard Mustered In Lawroncoburj Ky March 10Acompany of tho Kentucky state guard was miifitured in lucre Its strength II 54 mono M L Chownlug was oict od captain tail J W Crossflold first lieutenant Both have seen erriou In the Philippines Death of G W Howell Covlngtnn Ky March 10Georxa- W Howell promoter and pioneer bttsi less man of thin city tiled suddenly at his late rcsldcnco on the Madison pike near the first tolgae Decis il was brunt In this city in 1832 THE RUCKER MURDER Grant Ingram Colored Confessed To the Crime Lexington Ky March DTlte mur der of William B nucltar telegraph operator at Danville Ky committed February 4 1904 has boon solved by peculiar circumstances Grant Inv gram n negro who was arrested by local police two months ago on a mI- nor chargo for which ho was wanted In Somerset Ky confessed thore In tho swoatbox to the crime The police have kept secret their plans until an Indictment could be found as In gram Implicated two others in hIs confession He has boon In tho Som erset jail slnco and Monday tried to escape and was killed by Jailer Frank limos Ruckor was murdered while at his operating hoy through a window anent It must have been just before the arr- Ival of a lato night train as the con ductor on going to the office to get orders found him In his chair with his nerveless fingers grasping tho tel egraph koy as though trying to sum mon aid Robbery was tho motive GETS TWELVE YEARS Robert Chaney Convicted of Killing Charles Salyers Jackson Ky March 10Tho Jury returned a verdict against Robert Chaney giving him 12 years for kill lug Charles Salyors On motion of the oommonwoalth8 attornoy the Inv dictment against Alex Jackson and Robert Neely charged with murlor were transferred to Powoll county and those against Elijah Smith on tho same chargo and against Riloy Cold Iron charged with porjury wore trans ferred to Leo Coldiron itt will be ro momborod was one of tho star wit nesses in tho William Britton trial at Lexington FROM THE DEFENDER A Body Found Floating In the Ohio River at Vanceburg Van cebu rg Ky March ILThe body of a man was found floating In tho Ohio river here who from ape pearances had been in the water a month He was about 5 feet 10 inches In height weight about ISO pounds dark complexion high forehead long black hair no beard and tho only clothing he had on was his underwear It is hollered ho may be ono of tho victims of tho towboat Defender din aster near Huntlngton The body was buried In the potters fold Writ Granted Against Judge Frankfort Ky Marsh 10TIt court of appeals granted a temporary writ of prohibition restraining CIr- cuit Judge Rlddlo of Breothltt coun ty from enforcing a contempt rule against Jailer Boone of Clark county for isle refusal to deliver Moses Felt ner and Sam Fields prisoners In Win chester jail to a special bailiff of tbo Droathltt court Tho court hero fixed Thursday March 1C noxt to hoar mo tlbn to make the writ permanent Fatal Kidding Match Louisville Ky March DElliott Mullaly tho 15yearold son of P W Mullaly of tho Lyons Manufacturing Co Lyons Ky is In a stupor ont may die as tno rosult of a fracture of time slcull Ho was assaulted by a ne gro who escaped Mullaly and a com panion had kidded the negro A Mlllion Dollar Merger Louisville Ky March 9A merger of the rofrlgoratlng nnd cold storage plants nnd ico companies in this city Is to be effected and will control tho business of tho city The new com pony will be capitalized at 1000000 and will do business only in Ken lucky Architect Wagner Resigns Lexington Ky Marsh 11Adolph Wagner the architect who has been superintending the construction oC the large mansion outbuildings and grounds of James B Hoggin this county has roclgned his position here and will leave April 6 for San Fran cisco Joke on theJailer Lexington Ky March HThported delivery of three diamonds al leged to have boon 8tocn from the resilIence of Attorney C W Miller bY Harry Higgins under n penitentiary sentence for burglary to Jailer Vii liam Judy at Paris Ky turns out to be a huge joke Jury Could Not Agree Manchester Ky March 11Arlfr several days of pleading the Jury has report that they can not agree In tbe case of time Commonwealth against James Farther for the murder of Ulalno Combs The case will remain on the docket until the June term Dies of a Broken Heart Newport Ky March 11 Samuel Sorver u wellknown plouoor river man died of n broken heart his tan erable wife passed away low than a week ago and grief In losing Ida roUt panion of almost half n century cius ed hie own death Will Build An Electric Line Mt Sterling Ky Mardi H ft instated horo that the newly organ il Olympian Springs Co wll build an electric line from Olympia Station u the fbrsanrako Ohio railroad hv Spring a distance of imr tuilri Lr tr THE CITIZEN 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 11 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 111 I I II I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I Eastern Kentucky News Ifo correipondence puUliked unless signed la foil by the writer The name U not for publication bet 11 u evidence of good faith Waite pUlnlj IIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIllIIIIIIrtIIIIIIllIllIIIllIIIIIIIIl1 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Mar 13Mr ami Mrs J JMartin visited J W Todd and family Sun- dayCaRper Martin anl1sistor Vergie viated Mr and Mrs T M Ogg of Berea Saturday and Sun duyWin11kb is very sick at this writingMr and Mrs W H Step hens and little daughter Ethel May visited Mrs Sarah Stephens Sunday Everybody remember the box supper at Macedonia Saturday night March 18 and dont forget to come Mr and Mrs J E Dalton of Berea visited T C Viars Saturday and SundayMiss Ella Lakes school at Cedar Grove is progressing nicelyMiss Nora Linville visited her cousin Reecie Todd Sunday eveningT C Viars who has been sick is no betterJames Richmond who lately had his house burned has moved near S E WittsMiss C E Lake visited homo folks near Berea Saturday anti SunduyJ R McCollom of this place has moved to BereaMiss Ethel McGuire of Disputauta has been staying with her grandparents Mr and Mrs J J Martin and attending schoolat Cedar Grove MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS March 10 Miss Maggie Adams was the guest of Misses Joice and Ola Harris SundayMr and Mrs W E Harris wore the guests of their son R R Harris at Peyton town Sunday Mr and Mrs Geo Pigg of Brassfleld were the guests BengoEdLeeguests of their cousin Bailis Wilson and family FridayRev Smith spentFridayfamilyMr and Mrs Joe Gilbert London and Mr and Mrs Wallace Gilbert of Speedwell were the guests of their parents Mr and Mrs J C Armstrong last week- WALLACETON March 14Death has again enter ed our community and taken from us Mrs Fannie Baker widow of E W Baker She was a devoted Christian always attended church and Sunday school when health permitted member of the M E church since she was twelve years of age She was left with seven children something over a year ago Sometimes her path was not always the smoothest but she bore the obstacles that came in her way anti was pressing onward and upward trying to teach her children in the right way until God called her ironic We cannot see why she should be taken when she was so much needed in her home But God knows best She leaves seven chill dren and a host of friends to mourn her loss She was buried beside her husband Her funeral was preached by Rev Hopkins pastor of the M E churchMr Odas and wife of Kirksville were the guests of G B SundayFlossie r seriouslyill nightMarch birthdayRefreshments were served and every one rejx rl8 a lovely time Justice Ponder and family left Saturday for Illinois Opha Jennings is improving after five weeks KNOB March 1 hWe hire having nice weather now to workGot out farmer and hustle around Dont sit dreaming around the jambs Mrs Hallie Malicoat of Kingston is visiting her sister Mrs A C Hart this weekT J Lake was at Living ston Monday and Tuesday on busi ness James Dougherty has returned home from Valley View where ho has been at work the past winter againWmputanta passed through here last week on their way to Berea to locate a homestead Several of the boys pf this place attended church in Berea SundaynightAll the folks ore rejoicing over the good rains which we have recently pint Branches and creeks full of water and wells running ovorWe nro having a Sundayschool this place again and having goodattendance We expect to have a new preacher pretty soonQuitea number of boys anti girls are planning for a trip on Bare Knob pretty soonMrs Thos Dougherty was in Berea Saturday on business Wesley VanWinkle and son of Wallaceton visited his brpttler SundayMissEtta and Sunday Mr and Mrs Jno Waddle were in Berea Saturday BLUE LICK March 14Mrs Lou Bratchdr who has been very sick with the improvingEapnight with George Brutcher Pearl Howard of Berea spent Friday night and Saturday night and Sunday with George Bratcher Jim Gay and family leaves Monday for Red lauds California where ho will make his homo for a while Miss Lizzie Bratcher has been very ill the past week with the grip- JACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK March 10Jolm W Sparks re cently lost a good milchcowG M Parsons has returned from his trip over the countyThomas Blan ton and family will shortly leave for Indiana John M Alcorn who was planning to go has changed his mind and is going to stay with us Ho is buying back what he sold Messrs Ramsey Collier and Far pastfewJackson county Carter Sparks purchased a mulo from Perry G Logsdon The late tide in South Fork carried a great many slaves and saw logs and gave employment to the men for a short tiuneht is reported that J M Thomas will open up the logging on Warfork this fall SophiaImnesttayEli Miller purchased a mule from John Blanton for g20Mr Jackson the drummer called on till dayRevJohnday High water is depriving us of our mail again1V R Lynchsold his interest in a steam mill to John G Sparks Jas Hoover and C P Webb talk of moving their saw from Rosses Creek to this community Mr L W Cox has rented 30 acres of bottom land on Station Camp Creek Jerry M Cox is very sickat this writing John M Moore of this place and William Terry of Alcorn aro both candidates for Mag istrato When so many good men make calls for ollices the voters aro at a lossRev Frank Robertson sold sonic of the merchants a nice lot of old time maple sugar OWSLEY COUNTY COW CREEK March DIJeto Hacker has gone to Longs Creek on business Chas Evorsole has just returned from Hydeu where he has boon assistant cashier of the Hyden Bank Edward Evorsolo of this place is now clerk ing for H H Rice at Gnblmrd Big Joe Allen is suffering with n serious attack of the grip Uncle Joe is one of our best citizens re nowned veteran of the Civil war Dowie Gabbard is very low with flux Yet hopes aro entertained for his speed recovery Elilm Reynolds of Eversole has gone to Leo county on businessWe are pleased to see James Eversolo out again J a mis cuts a great swell among the young ladies The Frost C Eversole Lum her Company is now busily engaged in rafting logs at the mouth of Cow CreekBill Jennings is preparing to run his uuarkutRev E D Gabbard filled the pulpit for Rev Jewel Sunday giving an able dis course Married on March 8 Uncle John Noble and Sarah widow of the lato John Roberts Undo John hits felt the warmth of neventyfive summers and says this is the fourth timo his heart has been quickened by cupids magic touch Last Sunday morning Mrs Albert Allen entered her eternal rest For sometime she has l eon a constant sufferer in spite of every comfort which loving hands could devise She loaves a husband and two small children to mourn her loss No higher eulogy can bo said of any woman than thisshe was a true wife a devoted mother and a consistent Christian Stephen E Baker has quit eating cheese and has gone into the portrait business GABBARD March toThero is another tide in the river and quite a number of our citizens have gone to market on timber Ned Reynolds and family have proved to this plan from Boone villelIon H C Eversole of Lon lion was here Sunday Tho youngest child of Mr and Mrs rietunl Gab bard died last weekMrs Rose Gabbard visited Mm Nannie Moore Sunday Dewey the little boy of Mr and Mrs W O Gabbard is very sickat this writing W B Gab bard of this place is in Lexington this week on business James B Bolin of Eversolo is very low at this writing John W Wilder a more chant at Floyd lost summer sold out and moved to Jackson county Some of tho citizens of our vicinity have been laid up with an attack of lagrippeWo learn that tho young est daughter of Samuel Bailey of Wolf Creek died lost week Hurrah for Till CITIREX Wo desire more subscribers at this place Friends why not subscribe SleUh rude br Trailer What is probably the most unique trolley line In the world Is to be found In operation near Dresden Saxony There are uo car tracks and In winter the cars have wheels In front and run ners like those of a sled behind In the summer time the car moves aloug much like any other trolley car AGENCY FORa i CANDY JOES Richmond Ky Call at T J Moborleys and see lire best line of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Call and get prices thoy will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky erne Giant IImlt Jifpan nod Itumn likened to n war ha twwn pyKiuU arid giants When Jripnnvxe soldier marches nlout with a Ku lun prinouvr under annul as l or trtiyttl In lire nrwmip nyliiK drawing by Melton Prior of a wviie In IlnkIiting the sight has a ftUgKuttlon of Uulllver In the iower of the Lilliputian In tho plrture tho ItusHlmi captive Is luwil and shoulders over the Japanese otllrcr who In convoying him through the streets of the Miinclinrlun city iIFD PIT LIFE Thats what a prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short tine ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public but the above remark and similar expressions are made so often in connec tion with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note From infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying improper and weak develop ment restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no more ofa secret than the composition of the Emul sion itself What it does it does through nourish ment the kin 1of nourish ment that cannot be obtained in ordinary food No system is too wnlc or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion anal gitlrM j Ill from it Wr will inl rflu a lamp Iru rn rt Yay tifltlh WPIIb SCOTT BOWNE Cnlts 409 Pearl St II ak aud 111 dzucclsts r Carriage Satisfaction Here I 1 Useful holyfinishthan HERE No thins to uj thrum NOW Prices down to Hock bottom Qualities up to Topnotch We repaint repair and retire Get our prices C F HIGGHVJS Prop Richmond Ky Suffering Will Not Help Your Disease but Will Weaken Your Nerves Folks who think It better to bur pain than nootlie Itare wrong OUlfMhlonetl tlMtora wed to ear It won better b catM they had nothing with whleh to ear e pain but dangerous heart pnrlyang drugs nut new that a safe remedy his been found Dr Miles AntiPain Pill It hi wrong to nITer for nothing eon HI Called but weakened nerves A Mf rule to remtmber lit When In pain take an Antirain PILL Thta win soothe your quivering semiDr Mite AntiPain 1Hls relieve pain by restoring1 the natural vecfellenii In which they differ tress opium and rtnv liar naroetto drugs which relieve pain by checking the aches of the cUmb They are sure and harmless ami are the latest medical treatment for tho cure of Headache Kennitrta Uaekaehe rtheumatlem Dtattftee Toetkeche Stomachache UenMnwl Monthly PalM Aloe nerve like Sea SIckiMM CarSlokneM BIceplMineM indigestion etc Pleasant to take quick In rtitrit Palnpmstwve received the best roMtto I hear rtIIAV A WATllOB D D Iowa ply la Sad br dMICP at Me MOaey back If ant box does sot help flower acid In bulk FREE TrialPackgsPain Pills the New Bdenllflo Remedy outSpeoMilet itI ou see 10 C H G D J Ut HKMi WBH by E firm ba of who bo to and see at tho nine old CO LIVERTROUBLES 3ford1iBt ekDniofbt a good for Ixer i It cured my 000 he bad pent with doctors Itliallltetned Iclne I UkerllKB t AKOUNH Ihtrktrtburr W our liter does not act regularly go to your secure a of lilackDrauolit and take a dose 1hi family constipatedbowel and causes a healthy of bile will purities and the kid neys A torpid liver colds biliousness and fever and all manner lick ness and as many as consumption A package of keptInI mod Thedfords Black for lifer and cow il- lTHEDFOHDS BLACK DRAUGHT mBuggies Phaetons RunaboutsSurries TrapstDurableGraceful ComfortableStylish giveNo better KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKSi frrttatlOM Wo th- oMeat Shop Known BS the D on Street Rill will moat all tile time and UN for fair U nollctwl hero Durham Bros Street Ilerea Ky S1400QG WORTH O- FSlioesClotliing WHOLESALE COST LIBERAL PRICES ALL LINES A P SETTLE Jr DepoiStro Phone DOUGLAS SIMMONS D ARBUCKLEI An Announcement to the January ARBUCKLE AND SIMMONS 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