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Digital page images are linked to the text file. + H1HMIHMHK BEREA PUBLISHING COL 0 HINMAN NUnigor ButtrwJ oIl Pofafflet at Jima JLy at second eloi man matkr 131i1 +1t 111HIItHH +1i1 + I nTTTnTrnT IVOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUGKY THURSDAY MARCH 28 1905 One dollar a year NO 40 POINTED PARAGRAPHS From theClila coK W1 Happy Is the titian who is too busy to Jil1llrliultA isnt Rainns long ilK ho hna tho dust It Fortunate Is tho mini who knows enough law to avoid it Womon live longur tlmii iron iris Milt but they never live innny yenta Thoru would bo fewer splnstera if girls wero morn careful nbout thtiir ninkcupEvuii People who prefer quantity to quality would much nithor lava u pint of hnpptticNS than a quart of misery TAKE NOTICE Toinortow night Ifriday March al Dr J h mil will euturtnln had natrons of the Lycouut bourse tit 730 in thernbxuntncle- FROM THE WIDE WORLD Iliiiixiror Fninois Joseph has ar rlvdat JJiilnxjst in connection with tho Hungarian ininlHttirinl crisis Dr Joilon Duploesy tln g alcohol ism ill ftotuJfl11ItOlIIllIg worse in Franco tvlillo it is difmpxniring odauwiOrt Tlw grant Slmplon Tunnel undor the Aljw from Briog Switxorlaml to Isoln Itnly wits coinpiottxl Puhnmry 21 It at Hoinu jwliila 1000 foot Iwlow tho mirfftcu nnd is twolvo and n fourth miles In length A diasnubruin Port of Spain troopshytnkoa poftMJtrtkui of ocml niho nonr Ibmufoim which wero loosed in ISM t an Italian company tar a torm of thirlythreo yours by tho Vunwuiolnu Uuvwmnont A report received at Toklo from thu JnjHinoeo armies in tho field says tho KuftstuiiH craoimlwl Kniynan on Set urday aflur setting flru to the railroad tulogratadatedtion of Faknnum by the JIIIHIIIOH and says our armir ooiitlmio their cou wMtrMlwi Thorn in a riot in St IDtorebnrg that Uvn Kuropotkiii will remain in MunchiiriN and ajMUino a milMmliiMte coiniiuiiul but it is with wit verillluHtitm 1INOUR OWN COUNTRY Thu Unitud Stula Supremo Curt IIHB taken a rpceM for two weeks Former rnwlilent Graver Clove AgOtodBTho rivers nt Iittsbtirg are Jut expectedbyThu White Stnr liter Codric has arrived at Now York after n torn IxmtuoiiR royngo The orgatiimtton of n grant union of working women U swing attempt Ml in New York Many vnluablu iwlnUigB wore do ntroyod by flro in the National stood duly of design in Now York Tho President has announced that ho will all an extra Fonfltou of Con grem for tho first took in Oclolxir Thu United Status armored cruiser Washington taint J o vorfulof its class yut built was launched ut Cam dan ship ynnls- Judgo Kinory Spoor of the United Stulos Court ut Savannah Monday dtsaiiRsod tho decision in tho iMttungo case recently considered by tno Supremo Court The Judge exprutcd tho vlow thnt unforced labor in tho chain gang for any offence not amounting to crime is IHHMUIgO Tfio conviction prevails in Cabinet Circles that Secretary of Stato Hay will never rotuimo his dutioa but will retire to private life His mio cusNor is likely to bo Secretary of WAr Taft who is also Raid to bo President Itoosovwlts choice for the Republican prosidonlnl nomination in 1008 COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY rho trial of tho Ilurgisos hula boon r begun at Lexington Our Dockham declared his colin dence In Col IMscoolIindnmnby np pointing him Colonel of the First hnillgheardby lino ollicore of tho regiment Kentucky coal miners opera tors are far apart on tho wage ques lion Tho operators offer tho present Kcale 78J cents nnd tho miners dot maul 82J cents There urn other points of difference The Kentucky Stato Fair will beheld September 18 23 inclusive either in Lonhtvillo or Lexington Tho Kentucky Llvo Stock Breeders Association has addressed letters to tho commercial organizations of tho two cities staking thorn to otter ad vantages for tho exhibition t THE CITIZEN GIN KUROPATKIN m1 Ho TIM Keen Appointed c Iblander of the First Man churlan Arm LEAVES HARBIN FOR THE FRONT In SlHo of ills Series of Reverses lln Is Considered the Host Strate gist in the Army The Change Reverses Old Order of Affairs When Kuropatkln Wai Su premo Leader and Llnevlteh Directed First Army c alit Petersburg March Zit Qont Ku ropfllkhi has been appointed com rwuHlsr of the KJret Manchurian army The appointment it gaiottod In the Official MoAMiiRor Tho IluMlan army In Manchuria It still to have the Mrvlcos of Gun Ku ropntUIn who Is coniltlorod by many nullIaneowton nnd all the old tlmo oiimltj botwoen lilmtolf nnd Cun Itnavltoli In a patriotic dnlro to be of to the fatherland tho sorviceI nianJeNncliInf volunteered to In any capacity with the army which ho had 80 long comnmndod The ten der Iota been accepted by limperot Nicholas and gratefully reoo4 Bd by the now loader of the grand army The change exactly rovorsoe the old order of affairs when Kuropatkln woe the Mpranie lender and Unevltoh dl armyFilling Ranks Authoritative news of this romarka We step was known In Manchuria letAburgjOlnbomewant journey at Harbin started nouthwanl Uw afternoon of March 10 amidst a most remarkable farewell from sideale of lUrWn and okltert who are on the way to till out the nuke of the dkt8Il array The send off WM a were fortUiat of what awaits flea KMropatlrln at the front and his avif acrlfldnK determination cad UM equally petriotio course ol Gen UiHrvttelt In accepting the sorv leer Unttferad are botond to do won dare for tile rettMplnUJon of the em peters tuciena and give promise ol twtoo sarrlbrleear at the council u ble wliloh that army hu tacked hlthertcI The rtnt ia apparently Ing unsrefii fully Ko mbtaeHt were received PRESIDENT CASTRO WARNED If Venezuela WIN Arbitrate Unit ed States Will Act WIHorattad Island of Guracoa March 2LThu Venotnalan govern taint It la announced from Caracas hall receIved a note from the Amorl can minister air tlowen requiring nn answer aa to whether Vonoanala will arbitrate the questions pending rerllMl1tbtake the steps which may bo necos anti tp secure JustIce Tho charge daffnlrM of tho Netherlands hna ad vlntl the Venezuelan govorqmont thnt Holland will use coercive measure In view of the fact that she has bean unnblo to secure tho release from Ira prtnonmont In Vunwuola of live Dutch Bailors who have boon lllogally kept In prison for coven month BOMB THROWN FROM A WINDOW Six Soldiers and Two Policemen Were Dangerously Wounded War March 2A l ornb thrown from Ute window of a house In Volsk street at a oclock In the evening ox ploded tn the midst of a pasting pa trol Gflnipowtd of police nnd Infantry Six soldier and two pollcanion woro dangerously wounded Till wore removed to the military hospital Tho tuwflllant oconpodi Japanese General Decorated Berlin March ItThe emperor of Japan hqs conferred Uio Grand Crues of the Order of the Sacred Troaittru upon MaJ Con Hockel retired fop merly one of tho principal instructors of notice and strategy to tho Japan oso army Chinese Acted As Russian Spies London March 2Thorespondent of tho Dally Telegraph says that tho Chlnoso governor of Llao Yang with two of hla relatives havo confessed to acting as Iluaslnn spies slnco tho outbreak of the war v Coal For the Russian Fleet London March 22The correspond ant nt Aden of tho Dally Mall reports that 34 steamers laden with JOOOOO tuna of coal are waiting at Jibuti for tho Russian fleet which Is expected there at tho end of tho month Boy Strikers Arrested Warsaw March 2One hundred and twentyeight striking schoolboys woro arrested hero In tho course of BohCollbulldlnsafrom entering FACTORY HORROR All the Bodies That Wore Not Kcduccd to Ashes Taken From Ilulns THE SEARCHERS CEASED WORK total Soother of Corpses Recovered 55 Identified It Missing 43 Im ported as Escaped 203 Workmen In the Shoe Trades Have Started To Raise a Relief Fund For the Benefit of the Bereaved Families tlBrookton MOQBS St rah2211atitrf- led that there was no Jhnrico rff rcrov orlng additional bodies from tho ruins of the II II Grover Cos shoo taot1 tory search was abandoned at 11 oclock Tuesday night by the small army of volunteers after 37 hours constant toll- Although tho police nnd Medical Examiner Ialno fool sure that thor have removed from the debris all rti mains which were not reduced to ashes a second search shortly will bjj Imrtltntad to satisfy rolaUvoa unit friends of the vlotlms The llttlo band of persons who havd besieged the morgue since the rlt body was taken from this ruins reluof antly turned their steps homeward satisfied that oil that remained of miNIng ones occupied tha plno bozos Inscribed unknown Revised List of Victims At midnight for tho first time slnco Monday Dr Paine and his asslstnnlB remained alone with the unidentified dead I Tho revised list M ton out by the pollen at 1110 oclock Tuesday night was as follows Bodlea recovered 66 f Identified H mlaaing 41 reported 2SLIthat but 14 bodies will their Identity iMwttiv ly oyabllshod Workmen Intrade similar to that purwad by the victitna of the dlsns tar have started a relief fund for Ilia bereaved famlllea Mayor KalUi reported that he had received 1100 for Uio rolls of fami lies made dostitnte by the factory die aster NEW YORK THEATERS District Attorney Jerome Has Com menced An Investigation MarchNow York 21 District At torney Jorome has commenced an In vestigation of all the oUr theaters and an engineer ia now examining them The board of ere underwriters Mr Jerome said examined SO theaters and their report shows that 1G aro not of fire proof construction eight the buildIng laws wore not approved 28 preconlum laws not approved 31 asbestos curtains not approved 30 skylight not approved 35 automatic sprinklers and hose pipes not npprov oil 42 dressing rooms not approved 30 carpenter rooms not approved 30 electricians rooms not approved 130 property rooms not approved 34 Rtandplpoe not approved 32 tirE hooks axon etc not approved and six electrical equipments not ap proved FUNERAL PARTY tN A WRECK Trolley Car Got Beyond Control on a Steep Rill Lancaster PaMarch 22Whl1e descending a stoop hill on the Lancas ter Southern railroad near Martlc Forgo about 20 mllod south of this aiunoralIembankment nt tho foot of a stoep hill Not ono af tho 21 persons aboard escape Injury Thomas Cummings 80 whoso wife had Just boon burled was BO badly Injured that ho will die The Injuries of several others aro serious Policeman Accidentally Killed Kansas City March 22 Policeman William T Mulvahlll was accidentally shot and killed Accompanied by Po llcomun George Bryan Milvnhlll was dialing an nllogod thief when Bryant dropped his revolver which yap dis charged tho ball passing through Mul rahllla hood Drank Disinfectant Quthrlo O T March 22 Dennis ONeill of Mentor 0 died In the fed oral jail hero whore ho has boon awaiting trial for soiling whisky to Indians An investigation shows that OoNnl drank from a bottle of dlsln fectant kept In tho prison MurderVlsaua A D Smith whowns arraigned at Formers vlllb on a charge of murder has made u confession that ho shot and mortally wounded James Roebuck In Dolmlb county Alabama on tho 27th of lost December Harness and Collar Factory Burned Gainesville Go March 22 Orandon Doloperrloros harness and collar factory nt Hoschton was destroyed by flro The plant was valued at between 125000 nnd 1DOOOO and tho Insur ajico amounted approximately to 100 RITTSBURG FLOOD r Jfand reds of louses Surrounded by From Two to Eight Feet of Water THOUSANDS OF MEN ARE IDLE In Some laces the Water Has 1 Entered the Upper Itooms and Moines Are Hclii Abandoned Al Wheeling W Vaf Hundreds of buses Are Inundated Danger Line Passed at Parkersburg and River Still Rising r Plttaburg March 22 Pittsburg Is ii eotonC1d with one of tho worst floods In years During tho early hours esday tho water began to recede rrom the rise In tho Allegheny but a fnosh Impetus was given to the rush torrents by a rainfall of nearly ifiyo Inches over tho entlro watershed fr the Monongahola river About 60 Ijjmhoa above Plttsburg tho Mononga- a Is rIsing eight inches nn hour and at tho harbor hero the gauges- w a rise of nearly three Inches U 2 oclock Wednesday morning river gauges stand as follows e Monongahola nt Market street 6 the Allegheny at Sixth street 12 Sl the Ohio nt Davis Island dam 2B7 Heports from nbovo show theaters still rising H Mills Shut Down ready a number of mills have stint idown aa a result of tho water putting lit the Ores From 3 to 5 feet more of water Is expected up the valley and Hotal of 20000 mon are likely to be a Hundreds of houses In Allegheny mr the south side and in McKoesport Uotber suburbs are surrounded by fSm 2 to 8 feet of water tho occu iPonts living In the second stories In me places the water has entered Uib rooms and homos nro being atfondoned for tho tlmo being No fa Tilt leo have been reported btflIng W Va March 22Tho nexpectedly large flood stage mate pizlng here on tho first rise with a ul higher stage coming on tho sec ill rte complicated the situation In Wheeling district greatly and are Is more loss than usual to house Rders and merchants On Wheeling Rand south and met of Wheeling Itaawood awl the Ohio aide towns there are hundreds of homes Inun dated and much household furniture has been destroyed by the water In the wholesale district tho loss will not amount to much The river at U- pm Is 42 feet 8 inches and rising two Inches an hour Tributary Streamc Rising Parkersburg W Va March 22 ThO Ohio river was a lltte over 30 feet Tuesday night and rising Ave tenths qf a foot per hour The danger lint has been passed and by Thursday the river Is expected to roach a stage of 46 foot All the tributary streams near hero nro rising rapidly Many merchants and families In the lowest ports of town are moving out yot tho damage will bo comparatively small This place being for tho most port abovo high water Train ebrv Ice Ijotweon here sand Wheeling has bfqn topped DISASTROUS STORM Elarff or Nine Lives Lost and Much Property Destroyed Columbus Co March 22A special frtfm Roanoko Randolph county Ala says that reports have reached Roa noko nf ono of tho most disastrous storms that over visited that section which swept across tho southern part of Randolph county Eight or nine lives nro known to have boon lost and damage amounting to thousands of dollars was dono to property Tho tornado started at a point near Dou ble leads and proceeded In a north westerly cqursb Tho residence of Mack Carlisle was Demolished and R C llaynos of Ronnoko was killed Six mllps oast several houses wero demolished Throo negroes wore kill ed nnd several Injured on tho Wilson plantation Three or four negroes wore killed on tho Holly plantation near Rock Hills Northern Pennsylvania Flood Moailvlllo Pa March 22Tho flood situation has grown worse Many housos are Inundated and tho oc cupants aro living In tho upper stories of their housos while others are hous ed with friends Tho river Is gradu ally rising andSt Petersburg TeX March 22T Haynos shot and mortally wounded Charles Mprgan Instantly killed Roy Bass then returned home locked him self In a closet and shot himself In the head with a 45callber revolver Third Pacific Squadron Canoa Island of Crete March 22 Tho Russian Third Pacific squadron under Adm Hobogatoff has loft Suda nay for Port Said Eight Hour Bill Signed Denver Col March 22oov Jesse F McDonald signed tho limited eight hour bill passed by tho legislature si i 6ntSrIEight rITen Good Reasons WhyI You Should Keep a Bank Account It helps your credit It Stimulates your courage It guards you against extravaganc- eIt gives you confidence in your judgmen- tIt helps to hold you up while you are out ofwork It furnishes the best receipt for all money you payout It creates business habits that will increase your savings It protects against loss by robbery and personal injury by robbers It enables you to over periods of sickness without embarassmen- tIt makes you able to run your business instead of your business running yout nllYbusincsslargo ones receive our careful attention Capital 25000 Berea Banking Company 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forgotten On its tldo Ni IT Ueep laden freighters ride Barge and schcontr sail and steam Leave an oily wake to gleam Where they pass a pathway gone Like the banners of tho dawn Harieiwd curbed and made to bear Burdens bound for cverywatre Over the horizons rim Out Into the distance dim Where a foreign people bids Till the largess of the tide Brings them plenty till their toll Brings to them a worldwide spoil But the creek a river grown Treasures memrles of Its own Not the wealth It bears afar Where undreamed of peoples are Hut of willows trailing down On its surface swift and brown or the boys who left Us tide or the pool where graylings hide or the oxeyed daisy too caning over drenched In dew For a look at Its sweet self prom the banks outJutting shelf Jr the mirrored tide below woo can doubt that daisies know of tlrir beaut So tho stream Xcatf the glare of day and gleam Ol the stars lilac worldworn men Dreamt of Idle youth again 3 M LewU In Houston Post The Iron BrigadeA OF THE POTOMAC By GHN CHARLES KING etlr a tarw nettrl CInI lnlktir yore rrr Etc t CopjrUtf WJ 17 O Vf DUllnihua Co CHAPTER XVI CONTINUED But If Jacksons real movements are uni nown to our generals rest you sure the eyes of his army have not been left behind Early that very morning Johnson sends young Galthor with his gi ayclad troop splering and when our confident courier comes galloping along with McDowell dispatches to Sigel had Reynolds telling them just what is planned for the day GaIther gathers him In sends the muchappreciated programme to Johnson who grins with delight and passes it on to Old Jack himself away on toward Sudley Springs snoozing with his division commanders Ewell and Tallaferro on their soldier pillow saddles In the snakefence corner hero Is the chance of a lifetime Somewhere to the west must bo two of McDowells divisions alone And even while he Is rousing his right and left bowers Ewell and Tallaferro there comes word from Stuart that lUcketts has gone out to Thoroughfare and McDowell with one Isolated division is marching eastward 1ioni Gainesville Now Up guard mu at em Up Ewell and Taliaferro 1P suns and brigadesbatteries three find brigades Just five and away they io at the edge of the sheltering woods until nearly three miles out to tho southwest and there the dtisly grimy brigades lie down and wait tor that devoted division Off to the right front Is a cosy farmhouse and Ewell lets his wideawakes go Campling and takes a hearty sip ua a darkeyed young aidedecamp rides up with a dripping canteen of the soothing white fluid Thanks Mr Ladue says he Thats most refresh log By the way you know some of these fellows were expecting out yonder dont you and the general points fitiihward Ladue follows tho gesturo If his commander and then his ayes dark mournful and apprehensive fix ulM n that vehement soldier face Wisconsin he falters I toltI knew it must come somntlme Yes sir and John Gibbon com mands that brigade now they say Ive liiiown him for years To think of his bent thereand he a Tar Heel And h p his kindling eyes turn to where TI imlJles men are stretched upon the turf North Carolina closed on Ala bama Coming Theyre coming see are the exdied whlrpore nnd young officers spring forward and peer ovir the low crest In front Poague that yearold yet veteran gunner has flipped a hand to his bugler and low and mulled Attention Is sounded Len and mulled it Is repeated still moro faintly farther off to the east where the horses of Wooding and Carpenter are grazing on the scanty turf and drivers and cannoneers spring to their posts But Old Jack gives no sign lie is waiting and watching He is thero in riddle at tbr edge of the trees Indls tlngulshabV In the gathering gloom H wait until the leading brigade of the long rolumn Is clear of the eastward of the wo groves Ho lets It pi vUtt It drops Into the low ground ahcit Oroveton then nods to Ewell swlIlte ball begins Out on a sudden from the left of the massed lines Poagiiea lean horses and gnunt sinewy gunnerssprlng to their work Six black muzzled barkers are whirled round InI batter One two three quick lowng with vengeful spit tt rtam and sulphur smoke the nearest bat tery hurls its screaming challenge across tho field and In spIte end fury the black shells burst In whistling hall over tho startled heads of the second brigade Out beyond the first battery trot Wooding Ud Carpenter forming action front on the slope a little to tho northwest of Grovcton and so three batteries are suddenly hurling their swift fire upon the now halted column Now see em tako to cover shout the seasoned ones by the gun side as the left halt battery echoes right and all the front of Starkea gade is now covered by flashing lassI bellowing In chorus the men In and out to reload dimly seen through the billowing battery smoke and still screaming and shrieking the shells sail high across the rolling earth sea See em take to cover Indeed Well might they dp so for just be yond the pike the woods Ho thick and unbroken but sudden as the shot each regiment has fronted to Its left The steel tamrods of the fore most are seen flashing in air The shrill volco of Old Graybeard spurring back to his colors has yelled tho order to load at will and not until theyre bitten and poured and rammed and capped does he follow that with Lie down The right of their lino is flat en its belly at the edge of the field while sparring lashing and bounding cannoneers racing alongside like mad a wellhandled battery Gibbons own as TPoaguo and Ewell more than sus pect the beloved of tho brigade out on tho field comes front into line at a breakneck pace whirls without halting its bronze beauties about mid In another moment the loudrlngtig light twelves are outbellowing tie trio of batteries blazing there northwest of Grovelon sweeping their sections with spherical case Five ten fif teen minutes the duel of death goes on Gibbons gunners are all regulars lords of their trade and old Ewell sees it and knows It Limber up Poague Back all of you They are too heavy for our guns is the order and Paul Ladue spurs to carry It Out of the way gentlemen gunners Its onr time now goes tho word from Starkes eager ranks and so on down the long line Into their saddles leap the field staff and commanders The sun has gone down the dusk Is at hand the night must not come until that stub born brigade has been swept from the earth Who shall do It Ewell or Talla ferroFrom the westward now from the far right flank a daring battery whips out on the field and unlImbers where its guns can enfilade Gibbons trl umphant boomers and young Talla ferros little brigade till now held In rear goes striding oft behind its fel lows and so on to tho extreme right as though in support And still it is a battlo of guns and gunners for Jack son holds his hounds In leash down charged at heel crouched at the edge of the woods And then cornea the surprise of the day the event of the hour the marvel of the campaign liven as Ewell and Taliaferro are deciding that the mo ment has como for attack lo to the amaze of the men of the Stonewall brigade still the extreme right of the line there is a glint of steel in the op posite grove and a dark column bursts from the depths of tho wood Nimbly a swarm of skirmishers leap from their covert and como dancing out over the sward Straight for tho guns drives the daring blue line backed by eight solid companies closed on the colors and marching abreast Fancy tho can ary defying the cat Fancy the ter rier hoarding the tiger Fancy the lamb assailing the butcher and you have the sensation that thrills the wait ing divisions as a grizcled Georgia colonel slaps down his fieldglass and turns to his men with delight in his rye and five words on his tongue The Black Hats by Goad CHAPTER XVII HQTV TUB UnlOAD WitS ITS NAJIIi Over at tho southwest halt way to that second grovo In the shelter of which the rearmost brigade has halted stand that little orchard and nearby farmhouse a learn or two with some fences and a decrepit wall of jagged rocks Halt way to this one peaceful spot to the right front of those crouch Ins staring incredulous lads of the Stonewall the threatened guns are thundering the gray cannoneers leap ing in and out through the billowing clouds of sulphur smoke Half way toward that eastward grove which conceals most of the second In column of the blue brigades this solitary battalion in the feathered black hats and tho wake of its skirmishers Is jauntily proceeding to show Its comrades back on the pike how Bull Run veterans take a battery Half way between tho two groves hulled in the road and watching the acetic nro Doubledays three battalions all three not as strong as a falrsUed regiment Gibbon chief of tho second brigade has led the Black Hats through tho wood then halting at the edge has bid them go In their swathy little colonel waving his hand In glad acceptance of the trust tho last salute of his soldier life Almost all of the blue division can be seeu from the north by tho men of the south almost nothing of tho gray division can be seen from the south by the men of the north Gazing through their binoculars the union commander and staff note not n sign of tho foe save these venturesome batteries the one here directly to the north the others slowly trotting off to the northeast beyond the range of Gibbons guns Yet there are a few mounted officers or orderlies spurring swiftly along that faraway skirt of woods and one of these horsemen carries the order from TalIaferro chief of division to Talla ferro chief of brigade to move Into lino on the right of Baylorthe Stone wall Others are darting from Old Jack to Ewell and Tallaferro both with tlte wrrd to pitch in i And one of tbeto riders galloping down the line is little Ladue brought face to face as he dreamed here on the field of battle with tho men he tad known as a lad In the west and though his heart Is throbbing hard his dark eyes are burning with excitement With laughing confidence the men of the Stonewall spring to thelt feet the little red battlo flags are lifted on high and forward goes tho brigade sweeping in three slender lines to the low crest in front as their fartorward skirmishers leap from tho grass and comingIImpudent Yanks whirling back to the woods or elsoWonder of wonders So far from scurrying at sight of the Stonewall that sombre blackcrested lino halts short at sudden word of command a crashing volley driving point blank up the gentle rise sends Its storm of lead square in the Stonewalls face Down go two battle flags Down goes Neff colonel commanding the Thlrt third Down go dozens In the foremost rank and to the amaze of Starko and Lawton the Stonewall fairly staggers Forward is ono hoarse shout ed order Fire another and with the skirmishers crouching crawling rolling away to right and left Virginia blazes at Wisconsin now ramming fresh cartridges into the smoking tubes and with never a thought of retreat So far from sweeping the field she Stone wall is brought to a halt and gets OLD JACK another fierce volley followed by rasp ing fire by file that Is far more effective than the downward aim of the com mand schooled rather to charge than to shoot Sol Merediths Hooelora art sweeping at double quick straight front the pike at the west of the grove Arms at the trail at the shoulder or anyhow all eyes to the front Indiana is heading straight for the left of VIh cousin and In five minute more lu long front la hidden in its own fire flashing cloud Another five minutes and another brigade Is in line for the south another battalion for the union and stilt not a man has thought of retreat save only the thick stream of wounded hobbling painfully back for the rear Shall Iron break the northern iron or steel mutters Old Jack In the words of the prophet his eyes filled with trouble his teeth firm set as ones again the cheering bannerwaring fire lashing ranks of his devoted battal ions sweep down the gentle slope un til almost lost in the smoke of the op posite lines then slowly settle to a halt astounded for though full half of Its left wing seems shot out of line and tho Hoosiers and Black lists are shrunk to halt tbelr rlglnal strength there shoulder to shoulder daring defiant Indomitable stands tho brigade the swart faces of the men lit by the flash of their guns and Ewell grim old soldier borno to the rear with a shattered thigh groans to his mourn ful aides that at last the division has met Its match Jacksons pale face Is rigid as he himself bonds over his loyal second In command and his lips move in prayer never In imprecation ore they issue their next order Try again Anti this time Trimble too drives in with Lawton only to see that machinelike regiment to the east of the Black Itats despite the numbers dropping in their tracks and dribbling away from the extreme right under the deluge of shrapnel from tho southern guns doing more fancy drill In front of the too changing front forward by company under command of that gamecock of a lieutenantcolonel and then pouring withering fire into the left of the Louis lava men Try again Says Jack and try they do manfully loyally but heavens what can human valor win against Iron resolution Two of Doub ledays battalions ono a mero skeleton like most of those ot Baylors and Tallaferros have ranged up in the gaps of the union brigade a shadowy fabric now visible only In the flash ot the guns but as Paul Ladue trots through the groups where surgeons and stretchermen are trying to care for the vast numbers of wounded he looks In vain for a division commander to whom to deliver Jacksons last order and the news that Ewell is down Tallaferro too has been borne to the rear and Loduo rides on after Stark to bid him take command Gods what a sight what a shambles he finds at the rear of that linodead dying and crippled by scores of the Stonewalls Three colonels Neff Orlsby and Bolts have been shot from their steeds two of them straight to their graves four majors aro down of the Virginia com mand and Walker colonel of Talla ferros Tenth Full half tho fighting force of the Second and Fourth Vir ginia are stretched on the field as for the last time they tlace In on the center In front of the now almost in visible line of their foes and pub Jtrcngth CMlridgos hope all spent and gone they drop their useless rifle butts to earth and lean exhausted on tho hot black muzzles At least the7 hold tho ground So too does that stern silent iron command across those CO yards ot smoking void with obstinate determination writes Old Jack In rueful admission of the stubborn valor of his foe And after alt what has he ac complished What has bo not done this night but blunder All he had to do was to remain there in concealment beyond that unfinished railway resting In the shady woods gradeunion unconscious of his presence the brigades would have passed him by leaving Ricketts far In tho rear to be cut off crushed or captured But the sight of GOOO Yankees marching along almost parallel to his front all unsupported was too much for even such piety as Jacksons Ordinarily ho had done wonders with a dozen regiments nearly as small as these Tonight ho sends In twice that number to assail a smaller force and is fought to a stand within an hour He has gained nothing Ho has lost one third of his best and bravest his Virginians Ho has betrayed his position to tho ene my for Sigel away to tho southeast has heard the sound of battle and c- Lean brave leader of one of his few American brigades watches the des perato etruggle from Laduos old look out at the Henry house and Pope skillfully directing his diverging column to trap Jackson at Centrevllle pearl over the loft shoulder far over Bull Run the furious cannonade a long league behind him the storm ot a battle that only dies out at nine but that tells him the tale of one more trick of Jacksonsthe timehonored tale of the Irishmans flea But It opens Popes otherwise blinded eyes changes In toto his plans for the morrow and bids him turn his col umns on Groveton Jacksons blunder has taken much from his own tame added muth to those of another and given tho Badgers and Hoosiers tho title they rejoice In ever thereafter the name of tho Iron Brigade Sore times are these this black moonless night as within hailing dis tance of each other officers and men of the opposing forces go groping about with glimmering lights looking for friends among tho slain Sad hearts are these beating in the bosoms of the group of union generals in the lance corner back of the moaning wood for It is full ot wounded The regimental commanders are slowly withdrawing their wearied men to the line of the pike leaving strong pickets to protect the surgeons and their stretcherbear ers at the front It Is a dramatic scene when that darkeyed soldier commander of the Seventh rides In to report to his brigade chief concerning the regiment that caustic regular has sometimes misjudged Wbat do you think of the Seventh now Is the irrepressible question just before the colonel sllpa fainting from his saddle and then and not until then permits it to be known tint all the time at ha held his men to their desperate work he sat his horse pierced through both thighs by Enfield bullet file boots rue nlng over with blood Old Graybeard of the Sixth too Is shot through the leg and Gibbon has borrowed his rightband man the tall brainy ad jutant and the Sixth feels bereft though It too falls Into soldier banih But the Black Hats and the Hooticr have lost more than all ITo Be Continued 1 Lout In the Wood For a man who li lost the flute great dangers in order of Important are fear cold and hunger He may endure ontreme hunger for a week ex treme cold for a day but extreme fear may undo him in an hour There is no way of guarding against this great est danger except by assuring him that ho is fortified against the other two In a previous article was de serlbed the way of making a fire with out matches a raetflod simple and sure once It has been learned and to this wo can add the knowledge of available timetherewinning a victory over the relentless forces about him Starvation la rare Iin warm regions and I suppose than no ono ever starved during the late summer or early autumn The woods thtn are full ot roots nuts and ber ries that as a rule are wholesome and palatable and usually there is a large amount of small game at this season Ernest Seton Thompson in Country Life in America onthe Iliind A certain Staffordshire regiment had a very small band but the command ing officers test werewell rather broad One day the regiment was to march out on parade but the music was not fontbcoming- Where on earth is the band quer led the adjutant For sonic time there was no reply but when the question was repeated a gruff voice from the rear rank said- I believe sor tho colonel trod oa It bo nccldentrSmlths Weekly That Empty Feeling Little Flora was complaining that her stomach felt bad Perhaps its because Its empty said her mother It might feel better If you had something in it Not long afterward tV minister called In reply to a question as to his health he said he was well but that his head felt rather bad that day Perhaps Its because Its empty spoke up Flora It might feel better It you had something In itJtehob- oth Sunday Herald An n Preliminary Do you believe in platonic lover he osJcd Well she replied I wouldnt rent trying It as a starter Chicago too ordlIerald AN INSTRUCTIVE PASTIME Experiments with Crystals Which Will Doth Amuse and Instruct the Young Investigator One of tho most Interesting expert ments within the easy reach of young people is to watch the formation ot the crystals of varlour substances To take the most common ot those lo us begin with salt- Dissolve In water as much salt as It will hold and then dip Into tho solution a piece ot glass holding It thero for a moment so that when you tako It out It will be wet Then hold tho glass It the- speckssunlight and you will see little on It which will grow and grow uutll the glass will bo covered with a film of crystal Now repeat tho experiment and look at the crystals with a magnifying glass Another experiment made by tail- Ing a common glass with a rough stir MAGNIFYING CIIYSTALS FOR HK FLIXTION face atod putting salt Into it until It U halt full Moisten the alt and Ml the glaw away in a dark closet Look at It every day adding a little salt and moistening it and you will find that the crystals will grow up over the Inner sur faro of the glass and climb over to thorough outer surface When the growth Is well atarted pour into the glow a little coloring matter ted green or blue ink will doanll the salt will take a pale tint of tho color used B keeping this up liar attar say lading salt and moisture and color ai needed you will by nnd by have the crystals grow thicker and thicker until only a little hole will be left In the middle of the glass by which you feed it with Hit and water You will then have a solid mass ot colored salt crystals that will bring wonder to the eyss of all who see It- Thla will be a very iBtsrsstrtg sped men to keep with your curiosities sug loats the Chicago later Ocean u4 by tailing two glasses at the some time with different colon you can watch sew they keep pace la their growth Tho beauty of the crystals will more than repay yon for the lltUe tnwUto It coats you Make your first experiment with other subaunew bMtdsa aalt such a sugar walking soda chlorate of potash sal ammonia alma or say other common autMtaMs ef like kind and you will Hud that each form Ita crystals la a dlBar eat mosaic some of them bravehlit out line trees others ilaclaK hi masaw If you will MOW arrange a mirror to tUeb the rtfflecttoa of Ute tuallfht and hrow the ray oa a msgiilfylHg glass 10 that toe light will fall on a ricer spar of ths wall you can hold your Hint of glass before the lens and the shadows of the formations will to sn on the wall ranch enlarged This make the experiment exceedingly fascinating as tho crystals appear to grow with Incred ible rapidity and look enormous in site The Man Who Succeeds It is the man who goes straight to his goal obstacle or no obstacle that corn nnnds our respect gets our confidence and gets to the front He Is the man who Is sought In an emergency not the man who la afraid of obstacles who magnifies difficulties Most evry fellow now and then Finds pleasure hand 1 know In calling back In memory The days of long ago A scone that nits across my mind Just now perhaps by churns Is ono In which Im waiting round While mother sews my pants Once evry week at least It seems Id Und the rips or tears And motherd have me shed ear paste So she could make npaira I MAKING A TOOL CABINET Even Boy Who UsesTooks Should lave One to Hang in UIIWorkshop A very convenient tool cabinet that will hang against tho wall may bo made with two doors of nearly equal size so that there will be four instead of two surfaces agulnst which to hang tools says Joseph H Adams In St The body ot the chest is 30 NleholnaI20 Inches wide and nino I outside measure It Is made of wood an Inch in thickness varnished wllh crows and glue and o Improve Its atlilearIance One side of the cabinet la but three Inches and a half wide and to thlIside tho Inner door it made fast I hinges so it will swing In against a stopmolding on tho opposite Ide- A small bolt on the door will fatten It In place when shut In and on both tides ot this door hooks and pegs ran be arranged on which to hang tools Inside tho back of the cabinet hooks and peg can be arranged also for saws and other flat tools Thte is provided with a tide strip to place of the lacking part of IlJuarealof the cabinet and when the cloud In mill looked the npJlt the diNt will be uniform Wllh a little careful planning antI fig t- uring It will not be a dlfllrult mnttar to construct this cabinet and the doors so eloseoAIIUyTileIf mad from narrow matched board sad held together at the ends with bit teal or itrlns nailed across tho ands or the boards TwoInch wrought butts Iwill be heavy enough for the hinges of TUB TOOL CAD I the doors Provide a NXTJedge of the otter door OR Ute meads of the iPool pegs CUB be siraxed and Rear the bottom a hit reek as toads with steadier strap formed kill loop ss ilsaerlliad fur the tool rack Under Mtk loop a hole Is bred in a trip of wood tale which tbo square end of tbe Wta will At se they will toad vertically and appear In an orderly row for chisels a stroller set et sockets eau be read K wood- A Young Speller TSlim was six bt looped lour Oats day she wss sent loco the sartor to tertala two ladles w ho kid com to auetlobeautifully 11Iquestions the ladles Ignored the sad talked to one another JilteD looked out of the window until her oars caught the following conversation SaW one ot the tadtsa Semehodr Is siwUlng very howoly iftal shier Imagine her feelings wow the obfwt 1 of Uteee remarks turned around aid iM idled To tit she Is alto very omarfThe remark lilt no doubt IH the vt Iitors minds who promptly changed the nuUJeeL+Philadelphia Prtts I MAKINGImAJRS 1 Id stand iMttln the ClOset with head stock through the door Shod sew them whoa shed bite the thread Id got them back ante moat Id hear tho boys outside at play 1TwouldAnd when at last Id set them on 1 Straight out of there Id pranceII never shall forget the When mother fixed my puts i Furniture Now and all tllo tlmo la an end loss variety to suit either rich i or poo- rStoves Organs iStOVM to burn and Organs from u- pSewing I Machines Drop head high arm Singers 20 00 Other makes down to nothing I Watch for thonptlng opening of 1001 ontiR H ChrisinanOp- ponllo Welchs Phono 20 i J I CoalAt 3Kc to 140 Doltvorod for 160IThono 8- 5Clias L Hanson FOR SALE Ono good house and lot in tho oaa t J end of Bona located on Prospect Street Tho house has five plasters a nroome and two sealed rooms A larg garden spot and extra good Can be bought right Also a small house and lot in Val l lacoton Ky with a good garden 1 five miles wrat of Borea Ky Two churches and a schoolhouse In eight For further particulars call on E L WALLACE Phone 03 Boron Ky isMCGUire IH at all times thoroughly prepared to deal with eye troubles Your eyes examined by tho best rind latest f ollUcullnAtnuuouts Ills work gives satisfaction for prices on all his work are right Lonsea refitted within n few days niter taking tho order If you have any defect of vision it will pay you to look over Ills stock anti receive correct trontme- nLOPTICIAN Berea Ky For Sale About ton or twelve build lag lots on the Louisville and Niifiliville railroad ono half milq from Bores near faoI good neighborhood Can ba bought right t For further particulars call on L B MOORE Berea Ky G K Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER t Successor to B R Robinson i All calls promptly attended to night and day Telephone No4 Berea Ky HII I 1tt IIIHHHtiIII1iI The Home JENNIE LB3TBH RILL Edi- torIIt11FJt1f + For Sober Reflection Who wnntn n drunkard for a hus baud a wife a brother n sister n business partner nn employee a companion or a friend f Theta why Hhould too drunkard factory lx kept runningEvery asylum is an argument against tine grog shop for more than half tho inmates are there became of rum Every poor houao Is a protest against liquor Rolling for three quarters of tho pnupcrn are victims of tho saloon Every jail is an indictment of license four fiflhn ot the criminals are tho finished produclx of the rum traffic Three out of four of nil the dollars paid in taxes by the voter cry out against his depositing a vote to keep open tho rum shop because if this vile Institution wore onco abolished paidforsupply tho contribution which the- 1IlIIo are compelled to make to do fray tho running expenses of tin saloon And yet wo call ourselves n fret people l Why is it any less slavish to go on paying this enormous contribution to King Alcohol Dot some tell us that there will 1x3 as much liquor sold under no license as under license Then why is it that nil run dom is up in arms against prohibition and pours out money by millions and fights tooth and nail to put it down T The Duko of Wellington used tc say that it was good generalship tc do tho thing that tho enemy does not want to have done As the lIquor Mon madeit plain enough that they perflCtlyvote for it The fact Is there is no more need of proving that no license is a blessing than there is of proving that the sun shines It is selfevident The liquor traffic is not only vile but atrociously wicked It thrives only by the destruction of tho virtue tho happiness tho lives and souls of men Both tho Old Testament and thu Now are against it It is the abrogation of Christianity It ie Sables masterpiece Tho upright citizen could scarcely a realer privilege than the opportunity of giving it n blow by crating his ballot ugninsf it Sturcliltglit GOWN GOSSIP Velvet bows mutchlni tho girdle In color trim tho vents of many 1rcnch gown A bunch of gold grapes with n hlaek velvet bow makes n pretty hair decora tion for matinee wvnr Dotted ecru net mounted on white glace silk sunken a dainty bull gown Time trimming Is of tiny narrow frills arranged In a Vandyke pattern and a hill niche at the bottom of the skirt TuniuoUe blue silk makes the folded waistband Among tho flower novelties for even bug wear nru little sleeves composed entirely of roses anti forgctmcnots Thu water lily with shaded bronze green gauze leaves mingled with a long trailing spray of wild clematis and sprinkled with crystal drops makes another elmnnlug garniture New York Tribune BOXTHE ROYAL The Princess Themes of Bavaria daughter of the prince regent uses tho name of Theodore von Uaycr as a pseudonym She In a Ill D honoris cause and has written several books Queen Elena of Italy Is said to bo Move In the Montenegrin superstition that It Is unlucky for a child to steep In a room lute which any light peas trates and light proof shutters are the order In the nursery at Homo The queen of Holland has gone Into tho milk business As her castle of Loo Is Hiirroundoil by rich pasture- lands she directed tho managers of her estates to purchase tho best cows to be obtained in the kingdom This was done and now large quantities of butter nUll milk are sold from tho queens dairy POULTRY POINTERS A mixture of peas corn null barley makes an excellent food for chickens and one upon which they will thrive Tho use of cedar poles for perches Is recommended by a man much experience lu poultry raising because they harbor no vermin Old hens not only lay larger eggs than pullets but will hatch out more vigorous chickens There Is quite as much In the hatching as In the breed Keeping tho nOON of tho poultry quarters liberally sprinkled with air slacked limo when tho weather Is damp will help In preventing roup from tak- Ing hold Infantile Care Docs tho baby have a nurse Oh yes But who takes caro of him when Bazarhis htt111tHHitH4tiiHH The School JOHN WIRT DINSMORB Edi- torMi111HhHHI HIIIII1IHPr- oblems of the District School rnilPARIXO TO TEACII Having decided to teach the next step is preparation This is all im portant The fatal mistake made by most people is entering the profes sion before they have sufficient train ing If one is to be a lawyer or physician he must havo a fair general education and then several years of special preparation Yet tho train- Ing of young minds anti the building of character is much more difficult and of far greater importance than tho prescribing for our physical nil ments or adjusting our business mat ters and besides it is economyon tho teachers part to thoroughly pro pare himself for his life work Tho steps In preparation may ho as fol lows 1 A general education such as can bo obtained at a reputable high school academy or college Any one pUlliJsahouMcourse in a high school or an academy If ho expects to teach in a high school or academy ho should have n college diploma If in a college or university nothing short of n post graduate degree should be considered 2 After this general education there should bo special training such as is given in tho best normalschools This special work should consist of professional studies such as School Management Methods of Teaching History of Education anti Practice Teaching This should Iw under competent supervision and enough to give tho student confidence in his own powers 3 A teacher should have a largo fund of general knowledge apart from that gained in text books To secure this ho should bo versed in the best literature in tho world books mares and periodcals and know Home thing of the writers As a rule teachers are woefully lacking in this respect If a teacher fulls in conversation with a travelling man he is put to shame because of his lack of general knowl edge Tho travelling man perforce reads tho newspapers nUll magazines anti is continually discussing current events but the country touchier lives far from railroads seldom sees a dally paper or a magazine and often has no reading than some little local paper with but little news and that stole Reading habits should ho learned in youth nt which time it is candy acquired In after years it is very difficult 4 While tho above preparation is going on the candidate should ac quaint himself in every way possible with the process of teaching lIe should not only ol serve his own teach ers but should visit schools attend teachers conventions and read jour nals of education If tho above pro gram is followed tho teacher will not only be competent but full of enthusiasm and eager to begin his chosen work James n Gitrflrlil The question of federal control of cor porations lien been closely studied by James Itudolph Uarflvld Nccoml win of the late President James A Uarllcld lie was horn nt lllruni OM ln18K5 and was graduated like Ills father from I Williams college Ho was admitted to the bar nnd served n term In time Olio senate In 1002 President Itoosovclt ap pointed him n member of the national civil service commission and on the formation of tho deportment of com merce and labor In 1003 appointed him commissioner of corporations SUPREME COURT RULINGS Tho United States supremo court has decided that a discharge lu bankruptcy does not relieve a man from paying alt mOil The pursuit of happiness meets a whole lot of obstacles these days Indianapolis News Tho United States supreme court has now decided that when a river marks tho boundary of a state the boundary la not clmujcd If tho river happens to change its bet Herein the law seems to coincide with tho majesty of horse Bonae Boston Herald RUSSIA DANGER SPOTSI Rrllunnn Sn They Art Towns Htnltnt DIturhlnw Elewent The danger spots of ItusHia are the towns writes a correspondent of the London KxprcM Yet and hero Is an other argument against a general rev olution the population of the towns forms only onetwelfth of the whole nation Contrast tills with the urban population of England GO per cent of tide whole And of this onetwelfth a full third Is composed of foreigners resident In those towns who take and will take no part In national Iiolltlcs- chull It IN obvious that these danger iipots are utter all mere specks In the great expanse of tho Utmalan race Nevertheless It Is In these towns that time danger lies and nt present the students male nnd female nre the disturbing element Nor are the causes which arouse their activity merely a natural ambition for the progress of their country or n Slav sensitiveness to Its low position In European civi lization I believe that In addition to tucfto the terrible grinding poverty of thousands of these students la the dominant factor which makes for the new socialismtint nihilism be It not edof the revolting force of Russia Tire great majority of the students hold small government scholarships mere pittance which are just large enough to nllurc them to the towns but totally Insutliclcnt to support them when they get there Thousands of the Russian students cannot buy winter clothing or even the necessary hoots nnd 111 fed they throng together In wretched lodgings there to declaim their hapless fate and to decry the governmentThis Is the one chief element of danger In Russia It Is neither widespread nor national Local In its origin exclusive hi Its character and peculiar to n single class It Is capable of much mischief and many explo dons but It Is totally Incapable pf In fecting the masses of the people and the provincial population generally V RARE INDIAN POTTERY Uoirlo of H Lout Art Kept by a Tribe I Territorial Indian A field party which has been In the western part of the Creek Nation doing government work among the full bloods recently returned to Muskogee I T and reverts finding what is believed to bo some of the finest specimens of an tique pottery an art now lost to the Indians that have been seen In this part of the United States says a Mus- kogee correspondent of the Kansas Olty Star These specimens are nt the husk grounds of tho Alabama Indians three miles south of Weleetka and probably will remain there as no one dares to touch them because of the rev crenco In which they nre held by this band of Indians They have seldom been seen by whites There nro about twentyflvo earthen Jars of various shapes mind sizes Some of theta nro very large They ore tho medicine bowls of tho tribe and no one Is allowed to handle them except the medicine man They are kept In a small house which was built adjoining tho busk ground The husk In a square spot of earth smooth and clean whero the Indians assemble to dance nUll feast once each year It Is then that these earthen pots and bowls are brought Into use The medicine man makes medicine In them Tho Indians say that the vessels were brought with them from Alabama The Alabanms are one of the oldest of the Creek clans They number about 200 and still retain their language which Is different front the Creek although nil Alabumns ran speak Creek This clan has retained Its primitive ways mind n century of civilized surroundings has left them untouched They live dreSlInmllnt just as they did a hun dred years ngo when they lived RlougI the creeks of Alabam- aROOSEVELT HIS OLD BOSS General nu Ilefcrence to Presi dent In Accpiillinf on Invitation Sherman 51 Jell adjutant generrl of the state of Colorado will be one of the thirty rough riders who will act as a guard of honor to PresI dent Roosevelt March 4 when ho Is Inaugurated says a Denver dispatch General Hell received an Invitation from Governor Alexander O Hrodlo of Arizona who Is selecting the escort anti at ono wired his acceptance Am In receipt of letter he tele graphed and advise you by wire of my acceptance I appreciate the honor to the fullest extent for we shall all bo glad to meet Old floss who Is now president of these United States and like his olllcera and troopers always stays by tire stuff In Winter Time Full cubit deep the earth Is hid Beneath Its fleecy coverlid Pull cubit deep on plain and hill rail winters cygnet feathers till With mantling snow for miles oUispreadIThe earth Is oil encompassed Yet underneath these frozen deepsyA pulse of life creation Tho grasses sleeping hear the tread Of spring advancing overhead And dreaming whisper through the drear Enchanted aU lines We are hetelJAnd maples footed In the snowSWalt fir the time for sap And tho arbutus closer holds Its ready buds In frosty folds And lingers till the May shall bring Ita fragrant hour of blossoming Bo bond to cruel frost of fate The trees ad blossoms dream and wait Bo llnjjcr patient till the sun Shall break their fetters one by one And naked spread on either hand For their demesne n promised land Ah heart no season ever blew A storm th sun could pierce not throughl Though deep lhy sorrow may appear This lonesome winter of thy year Be sure that still so kind Is tate Spring comes to bote who trust and watt Andrew B Boston In Leslie Weekly a 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 WHYS Because this is a OnePrice Ca h Store and wq sell for cash only No Losses DRUGS A complete line of Patent Medicines all the old standards such as Chamberlains and DeWitts Dells 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 QUEENSWARE AND HARDWARE All goods delivered promptly Give us a call Phone 12 East End Drug Co Looking Ahead Some Distance Algy It takes three generations to moke a gentleman you know What n chap you are for looking nheadlLife Simple lIe thought to lead a simple life Was just to draw his breath lie led this very simple life Then died a simple death New Orleans TimesDemocrat Ill Income Does Rapldboy live within his In comet Yes within a few thousands of It Judge The Newest Woman Soon therell be the womanette In 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whose Buffalo News The Drummer drumsMetaid tho drummer for drums Id rather drum drums Than drum on the drums that I drum Judge Not Se Enjoyable Friend Your welding breakfast was a delightful affair Mr Honeymoon with a alghYes- buawowe had others lncoChlcngoI Iptcr The Coy Thlnt thlrtYlbreeWould mo But any time when The subject was men shed giggle IfcJiei ht fce hep Rhodus has just put in n carload of fertilizer CaR him up nt once and secure your seasons supply Swillingbusiness continue to do smithing woodwork and general repairing at same old stand with competent workmen and at reasonable prices Soliciting a reasonable share of the patronage of tho public I remain 323 J W HOSKIXS FOR SALE 28 tons of nice Timothy baled hay 60 cents per hundred delivered in or near Berea or 55 cents at the farm SHELBY C TUDOR Berea Ky Farmers when you want Fertilize call on 0 C Rhodus Ho has a car load Price 20 and 824 per ton JACKS FOR SALE I have seven good Jacks mill broken and ready for service Will sell cheap or exchange for other stock J W HERNDON P 0 Whites Station Stock Farm 3 miles north of Berea 816 GENERAL CLEANING AND PRESSING Prices Reasonable No 11 left hand side Center Street FANNIE CRANEY DEMMON Will Tankersley WATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY Repaired and Cleaned Satisfaction Guaranteed Bicknell Earlys Store BEREA KY- PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSEM- eals and Lodging J R ENGLE Depot Street Berea Ky ffiiVOrders SHOPPINI OF ALL KINDS IONE2 Seed itlfaddresiod stamped envelops for 2 particulars References Mrs h The Citizen In JHDWXXDSXT FIHHT NgwBrutll TnDllallid every Tbfreday M Zrn Sr BEREA PUBLISHING CO U C Hinman Managr- atrssoreQrlox rtarrgs- rATaeti IK ADTAXCS o 1101- ni 01xnne raolltll sd movtrbr rortofflo lion r grer Bony Order dttck Drah JUtftUrU I Hti or ass and two cent iump Th last allec your aii ihowi to what SM youpithrHwedI Jiertieadti guaDd Hcoey notltyu- eIubertbrs whMnf Tin inures KrfptloB putt notify ylnttU b TrTr4tot61relaethpi I tontldtr that bay It continued Hotlfr mi lit sue oli nyehint lB your fib trni iTlnt both 6Jd and n w Iddr eeee Milling Nanben due to wrapper eomlnf In or othtrwU lItUplabeltIled Aotnled Agent Wantd tp every locality Write f sbctlpUowxil UJ lour III Irieattott- aa tie Till Crroiw year BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY BT CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass Popular Merchant Tailoring shop in JACOBS Prop Street opiwe IIIIecond louse Richmond Ky Pleasant and Harmless Dont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the inflammation cut of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A quick cure for Croup and Whooping Cough One Minute Congh Cure relieves a cough in one minute because it acts first on the mucous mem brane t where the cough troubles in the throat or deepseated on the lungs Sold by the East End Drug Co and all Medicine Dealers Ice Cream All Flavors Ice Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California Fruits Early Vegetables jt tl Phono JOESNo S8 Select Grocer and Caterer rees Corner Richmond Ky The Colonels Waterloo HoneyGroveloo from Liver and KidneyTrouble In n recent letter wale nearly dead of these complaints and although I tried family doctor he did me no good so I got a Oc bottle of your great Electric Bitters whichcured me I consider them the best medicine on earth and thank Ood who gave you the knowledge to make them Sold and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia Biliousness and Kidney Disease by the East End Drug Co at GOo a bottle r Miller House fitted up Meals an a Boar and Lodging at populi prices Next door to Joes R G Engle Prop gain St Richmond K A Destructive Fire To draw the fire out of a burn o r heal a cut without leaving a scar DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve specific for piles Get the genuine J L Tucker editor of the Harmon izer Centre Ala writes I have used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve in my family for Piles cuts and burns It is the best salve on the market Every family should keep it on hand Sold by the East End Drug Co and all Medicine Dea- lersTilllams II better prepared than evor to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL L BEPARING promptly Clean- Ing and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed 1W A Williams Vain Street Berea Kr Strikes Hidden Rocks When your ship of health strikes CoosumptionFneumonia dont get help from Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption J W SpringsAlaPneumonia under the care of two doctors but was getting no better KtDgeNewrelief and ore bottle cured me Sure cure for pore throat bronchitis sough and colds Guaranteedat East End Drug Co price 50o and fl00 Trial bottle free The First Quarterly Review Soaday School Lesson for Mar261905 Specially Prepared for Tblt toper GOLDEN TEXT OP QUARTEn = But these are written that ye might believe that Jesus li the Christ tho Son of God and that believing jre might have lit through Ilia name John 30J1 Summary of Quarters Lessons The Golden text of the Quarter gives the purpose of Johns Gospel It was to prove that Jesus Is the Christ the Son of God and to prove It in such a way that men would believe It with their hearts and thus obtain life through His name How Is this great truth brought out In the lessons of the Quarter Lesson 1ln this lesson the central truth of this Gospel Is brought out In many ways The statement of the pre existence of Jesus Christ as the eternal Word in the beginning with God and the declaration that lie was God em phasize this Wo see Him as tho Crea tor of all things the One in whom was life and Who was the Light of men In Jesus of Nazareth this eternal Word became flesh and the apostles beheld Ills glory glory as of the only begotten Son of God who fully declared God in JIll own person aa well as His words Lesson 2ln this lesson we have Johns testimony which he had received from God and which had been certified to by the visible descent of the Holy Spirit that Jesus was the Lamb of God eternal preexistent the One who baptized with the Holy Spirit the Son of GodLesson 3In this lesson we have An drew and Philips discovery of Jesus is the Messiah Him of whom Moses In the law and prophets did write and also Nathaniels discovery and testimony that Jesus was the Son of God the King of 4ln this lesson we see Jesus manifesting His Divine power and glory in the creative act turning water Into wineLesson 5In this lesson we find Nle odemus discovering that Jesus was yond question a teacher sent from beI approved by the signs which He formed and Jesus own declaration ofI Ills Divine origin and preexlstenee Lesson 6ln this lesson we see Jesus as Divine in that He Is the One who gives the living water the Holy Spirit which becomes within tho individual believer well of water springing up Into ever lasting life- Lesson 7ln this lesson we see Jesus again manifesting His Divine glory at Cana in the healing of the noblemans son This miracle is remarkable in that the healing was done at a distance and by the bare word of Jesus Lesson 8ln this lesson wo see JOIntS manifesting His Divine power by heal ing simply by His word a man who had been in his Infirmity 38 years and was utterly helpless and hopeless Lesson 9ln this lesson we see Jesus again manifesting His Divine power and glory by the feeding of the five thousand men with five small loaves and two small fishes and with twelve baskets full of fragments left over after all were filled This was a creative act and decisive proof of Jesus Deity Lesson 30In this lesson we have Jesus again as the giver of tho spirit bestowing the Spirit upon all that believe on Him and we have the testimony of His enemies that he spake as never man spake Lesson 11In this lesson we see Jesus as the One whose word sets tree and the One who Himself makes free Indeed We hear Him declaring Himself plainly to be the Son of God He also in this lesson again declares His preexlstence Lesson 12ln this lesson we have Jesus giving sight io a man born blind- ind declaring Himself the Light of the world Review Methodo The lessons of tho Quarter extend over Gospelysons or classes of persons mentloped in the lessons The lessons consist of selected Incidents from the first and third years of 27ALet each scholar make a list of the lee tons and then note 1 How many record signs 2 How many bear witness i How many do both 1 With the lesson titles and subjects still before the class let the teacher craw out from the scholars 1 The choicest passages In these nine chapters- of John those most helpful to us for salvation hope and growth In character and grace 2 The noblest bravest kindest ac loss of which we have made a study 3 Tho greatest blessings Jesus brought to man 4 The most Important duties required of us and virtues to cultivate 5 Let the class make a word picture of Christ as tp the presence of all these things He appears to them each one adding what he can so that In Ills nature Ills power Ills work His charac ter Ills deeds Ills life He will be an everpresent reality and power Rams Horn Blasts Men who think do not drink No deed of love Is ever small Men who talk of worshiping God In nUure are usually found looking for Him with a gun or a rod Some men are satisfied not to go to Heaven because they know some others who are planning on living there The wickedest thing In this world Is the church that winks at the rich with one eye and glares on the poor wluf the other Christ talked about tlio mustard seed tn one sermon but some preachers have nothing but mustard In all theIr str mon irigt tutt Ur1uf ijuttiw lit 11t iUliiuei1 1l1Inrl By DR GEORGE A GATES President or Pomona College Claremont Cal OU have hoard of that principle once where you have heard of its opposite I venture to say a hundred times I do not forget that there never was a time in the history of the world when there was graver dishonor more fundamental dishonor in places low and high some of which performances arc laying the ax at the root of the tree of modern civilization and I yield to no man in my consciousness of that There never was an age that honored its business men as they are honored today There never was a country that honored business success as our country honors it lit French have a phrase Noblesse oblige opportunity is obligation This country honors its business men and their success and that kind of sue cess Turn it around It loads the wltolc pack onto the business world and says You stand up to the high honor that we Rive you Oh the other side how well we know it I wish that every young man who ever is tempted to think that business success depends upon being a little smarter and getting ahead of some other fellow would hear my story The hymn America which we so often sing is written by a venerable man now dead I knew hint as a venerable nimi a great many years S F Smith I have visited him nl a guest he has been a guest in my louse I knew him well The son of that man lived for 25 or 30 years in a great city by the Mississippi and was honored by that city in every respect in which a municipality call honor one of its men He held several offices was mayor of the city I think more than once stood high in church and town universally respected for a quarter of a century Oh I know men say it happened all of a sudden and that is a lie it never does It transpired that for 25 years that man honored and trusted by widows and orphans had been systematically and deliberately and diabolically robbing them and today that man sits bthid prison bars in that goodly state of Iowa to spend probably the last ycv i of his life dishonored in the eyes of a great nation that lo these ninny ron has been paying its tribute of respect to his father who gave us our national hymn I look a little further and I see there are 40 banking defalcations in that state of lawn in one year Ob know these div honors and I know too well lint now let me rail your alteiitirtn to the fact that there are in the world today stiffer demands for technical honor hi business transaction than ever before I am fond of telling that story of the old Quaker down iii New England This old Quaker was a manufacturer of iron mainly bolt and he mad tlxae bolts so good that they had a national reputation A salesman of his went awn out in the west somewhere an J go into an altercation with one of Iris customers over A bill and they argued it out and the salesman knew the limit was wrong nut finally he said Never mind sir pay the bill according to your statement of it amt we will settle it up All right there h my check Now sir I am ready to give my order for 10000 worth of bolts next year Then that little modest salesman swelled himself up with the honor of his Quaker home and said Sir you have obtniuid the last bolt that your firm can ever have of mine I bid you goodxlJUj The salesman went hone to this dignified old Quaker sitting in his office and reported what he had done He had broken with one of the best customers that the firm ever had and he told his employer the story in fear and trembling thinking perhaps that he would lose his position but ready to lose his position if he had to for he would olive his soul meantime and he told the old man that story The old Quaker in his mUd way said Young man if thou hadst done any differential would hp4ve kicked tliee 1WInututt 1 Jnsiti01t lit Japan ijJn ay ByJIRO HARADA Japanese Ant Commissioner to St Louts lair P J The position of the Japanese women is mis interpreted by natty foreign ubsen ere This m i i n t e r prcxvmi mainly due ttt that the utter dwojsrtl for womens is tiloltjlit by foreigner be an inborn nature of the Japanese race find also three fact that ties social structure of Japan where the family unit Is the base of sodal orgai jur tion and where the inherent value of tho individual is not fully recognized as in the west is not wholly comprehended liT western people Until comparatively recent times the Japanec womatVs lot was summed up in what known as Womens Three Obedience Uncon ditional obedience to parents when young obedience to husband when married and obedience to son when old But the Christian missionaries work in Japan have exerts sfTng influence in raising the social position of the oppressed sex and have been a strong factor in the elevation of Japanese women to the paue which they now occupy t Since the revisionpf the Japanese civil code in 1898 the women of Japan have been placed on equal tooting with the men before the law and their sodal position today is a great higher than it is scneraly conceived to be by western people tttit rMrat nrk- in t1rr irmy By DR II FARRELL Major of Flrtt Cat Val During Campaign In Philippines IurlfCon is to frets right to is at an The prevention of disease is medicine in the army The real workof the army surgeon is tint in the hospital hut on the outside The army surgeon is nQt a figurehead he is a man of action and if he carries out the work that is cut out for him he has very few minutes in the day which he can give to idleness Hygiene and sanitation arc the things that compel his at tention The surgeon in the field has more to do with selecting the camping places than the commander because he must take every precaution to keep the men from getting sick It is easy enough to attend to a man after he gets sick the real work of the army surgeon is to prevent such a conditionOne the greatest causes fur sickness in the army is the unsanitary Conditions of the camp and next to this is impure food These thiig must be guarded against and the surgeons must be watchful One of the great troubles in the Philippines was the effort to prcvcnt the men from partaking of copious drinks of beno a native drink distilled from the sprouts of young bamboo The first experience is igtoxication i the sec pad delirium tremens And the third insanity PLANTS CO INTO HYSTERICSI Harsh Treatment Act Like Highly Nervous Human Beings According to an expert In the botanl gardens at Washington recent expert menu there tend to confirm the tluory that plants are possessed of nerves and that some species are Irritable mid new ovift to a marked degree The genus mlmosqconurlHf a about 20 sjeolC8 and most of ttm exhibit peculiarly Irritable natures It touched or handled In the wrong way The mimosa pudlca the botanical name for the most sensitive of all plants is BO highly organize that It Is kept in a state of neurasthenia most of the time A putt of wind the tramping of heavy feet near It or the rude touch of the hand will cause this plant literally togo Into new ous hysterics It appears that the exalting noise or commotion strikes tile norvof the plant and Ciers It to closi up or droop Its leaves Hundreds of sensitive plants have been diagnosed In the botanic gardens and the observers of the plants have traced the nerve canters to their foundation In certain of the plants the ends of the nerves havs been located Thus If mimosa pudlca is touched with ever so flue n point at the case of a pinna or along lu axis the most remote pall of leaves will shiver and begin to dote Finally whon all the leaves have closet the pinna which bus been touched will droop The shock has been no great that tho whole nervous system has beet temporarily disarranged However like all nervous Irritable people there Is a point beyond which right rcacti and n control of the system begins to manifest Itself If the sensitive plant Is shaken for some time It recovers frost Its attack of neurasthenia and some of the leaves will begin to open agaIn- Klfally It is sold that the mot Hail live part of the plant Is at the bass of the Boundary loAf stalks where an Ini mense number of nervous oornuMtee or delleate tlrauea aro located LHANGED AN UNKNOWN MAN One of the Most Curious Casa In the IAnnRl of Montana Criminals lThe must dramatic Incident I ever witnessed occurred In the conaty rood house In my tows said Judge F H Woody a romln Rt lawyer atyltseoule Most according to the Wftehtegtoi loet A dwp nuk and perhaps a profei tonal borgtar though that fM Mtre r provedbon down two ywiBg reeMimt of the toe R early to the moralqg d August 11 loot In cold blood One of lets victims dM Itnmedtately ike other a Man named fast Qo4 1e bo eB WM Draught to be mortally wouoejed std icy IR hta out at the hoenHal tIN week aro meatarily expecting deed but Anally- at well Tie murderer WM arrested pet there WM only slight tlrcumctaotUI evMence against kiss sad it looked ar thoHgh be mlntit go free t Finally the prvaecutlm attorney MW that there wnj only oae thing to do and that was 10 bring IB Guides began aad see If ke OMM sat ideattl the accused So we brwigltt the wo Rtf eI man Into Ute oMWthome atteadr by two duelers betb of whom laid the excitement wottM endftttger their pa dents life The poor fellow really pre seated a pathetic plctiire ho WM ro feeble he could scarcely talk and sev eraf Unteji he collapsed but with the ap plliitlon of rwIBthI1IUhd and told a complete story of his attempted asses nation Ills Identification of the prls ortor was Immediate and so abeolut that no one In the audience doubted the fellow guilt and the Jury pramptl fouml hits guilty and the death penalty MaBirOBOHtioeiL The fellow was hanged without ever revealing his name or hK tbry and the case is one of the most curious In the criminal annals of our slate PAID FOR HIS LONG WALK Gambler Who Lost at Faro Bank Had His Money Returned to Him A man who lives by his wits and other Invisible resources played taro bank In Taooma a short time ago until he lot nil ho had which was considerable He was In the class which Is commonly denom- Inated wlso guys by the knowing ones pnJ when ho dropped the last of about 800 lie saitntercd carelessly over- to the head push of the house and remarked In an Indifferent tone Ive walked t 3 miles today and Im awful tired A little later be was motioned Into the business office of the house and his losses were refunded to him The house could not afford to have him distribute the news that he had lost Ills wad on a deck containing S3 cards Stork Messenger Some years ago ah American clergy man temporarily residing at Berlin enticed a stork Into his garden caught It and placed a silver rln nbout its leg on which was engraved Berlin 1888 Ho took It for granted that the stork would reoccupy Its usual quarters on its return in the spring which Indeed proved io bo the case The surprise of the clergymans household was great however when Its members noticed that their stork now wore two silver rings upon his leg Instead of one The bird was recaptured and behold the old ring was back again and accompanying It another which read India sends greetings to DerllnTho Pilgrim Comfort in That Jimmy Aint yer vaccination healed tip yet TommyNawGeo make yer feel bad Naw the doctor told mom I mustnt take a bath till Its all healed up Louisville CourierJournal CUT THE DRINK OUT Business and Professional Men Find That It Does Not Pay to Drink A promlntpl New Yorker In ipeaftiiig on the subject the other day said Temperance as a moral leaCe may not be making vast strides but when it comes to considering tho Milt ber of noa drinking men of today In omparUon with that of five or toP years ago there Is no doubt that It hall In creased wonderfully Men today do not drink as they did a fow years ago hA man has to be pretty swift these days to keep up with the processiontThings move swiftly If not wide open and your wits at sharpest you are liable to lose a thetrIhere and there that will put you IIbrttllantto step In and tako away the goods Now the men have fount this out and taken a lesson from It They dolt transact business over the bar any more and the tendency ts to cut out tie liquor entirelyA of twine an actor had plat become a proud father He Invited a few of us to join him at mach to eelIbrace the event Wo Ml down at a btg table In the eat of one of the prominent uptown hotels and the proud papa gave the order Bring a magnum of chew pagne he told the waller after elide up the seed some of whom hs hat Mt seep fur some time Hut with one ex ception that bunch saM In chorus rot for mine no wine no basso Jwl lion gtago ale Now In the aggregation of wise tpaniers ware the foDawtog A ooasj publisher two song wrlui a ptar wright foot scion twoMvkpAjwr tags a theatric nwMior aM a tlrkot spoeo tutor How Ii that for awatewyaae- rowd UooMt sewed MUral does pit Yet Its true that WK OM of Mar aliases MRtMlf to touch drop lento of ur thus and baMt tar more tka a yw TaleStiong Temperance Sermsn rat Was Preached by a Carpenter Apprentice A led of 17 the spprMttt at a etf eater had Una toot M a Mba aak tile measure for a sew covtttor It was err cold wotHitr sad ar rived ohahlmi wttJh Uw sold for flit coot was this lake c Usmh opor IeroodiaiBly Mixed a hot drink Md pushed it over the OMBtor to kiss will milt yew Nothing ho sM Dealt It and you will soon stop klvcrlsvK nu boy He meant khult1 too sod didnt mean any harm said the ap prentice as be toW the story That whit made It feardhrto pock It bask nd4r I dWut wart H- It mist have bests a W tempts tlpn said Mo friend Wen replied the Jail It takes twain make a tempt stun There ic no Kileonhcepn adno sow weather can rake JM drink what I dont want to The impmUo Im afraid of Is the one that Im ready for before It comes by hankering atilt It I dout take much credit to myself for refusing that drink and if I had taken It why I shouldnt put an the blame on the Saloonkeeper an tome folks do It takes two every time to make a successful temptation Cf wti I A unit daily pressure by the dally press would a great towards the R4M dtalITEMPERANCE FACTS The United States paid for liquor In 1902 10230702 for kerosene at ten cents a gallon 3728tl047 The new Inebriate law of Iowa Is said to be working well In that many totter has sobered up through fear uf being committed to an Insane asylum The temperance cause has nothing to fear from free discussion from experi mental study of Its results whether physical or financial moral or mercan tile ethical or aesthetic Francos E Willard Mrs Caroline Barnes of Lansing Mich has brought suit for 6000 dam ages against W W Hough galoonlst and his bondsmen fur selling liquor to her husband formerly dog warden of the city and who has been potted There are yet some saloons In pangor Me but they are not so numerous as a year ago and their business Is lose profitable and more hazardous than formerly In eight months about 25 sellers have boon committed to the county jail and at the recent term of court no many ran nway to avoid trial that tho defaulted hall amounted to 18000 Strong for Temperance Probably the best temperance son II mont In the state of Wisconsin Js found among tho Scandinavian population The northern half of the stale is large ly populated by Scandinavians and Anti Saloon league must equip with one or two good platform crat Ih6Iwho guage can handle the Scandljw n TROUBLESOME INSECTS Suggestions as to the Way to Deal with the Destructive Cut worm Thousands of newlynet fruit trees grave vines etc die every springun accountably Usually too the nursery man who furnished the stock Is blamed when In reality the trouble Is often a climbing cutworm who comes like a thief In the night to feast on the swell fug luscious buds And when daylight appears he crawls down and hides In the soil under a stick Oh hell a sly fel lowt d Take a lantern tome night after fruit buds have begun to swell and Mr Cut rellIhandedan wayt reduced picture shows bow this whitish fellow looks when hes a says hes a he 1m oven more ordinary merely an Inchsize duskycolored who appears as In nocent as you please cousins tinoloa and this cutworm has would a lot of room to relate Somn of his relatives do not elltul contenting themselves egetnIsome cousins are white nnd some are yellowish greenish or grayish somp art soro are longer Fortunately this greedy has enemies ehlcken robins cat etc and oven snider Hut friends of the farmer cannot jo It all The farmer shouM Several methods of combating cut worm Invented but fur mo dlumalie arras the tort way we to few em out Not a kjfanus or a or even a Hosier JwM a barrier of paper Thats The picture ghee the allIbill tarpaper late stripe Inehee lad Two or thtelach- es wile Put a aruuttii a tree tightly lap the edges an in moro and worm Farm moth loo flyer How many aunts take with short worm many birds toads these Rood No help have been knew with wire fates rrtxe than that tiny bag strip trunk Inch push rIh low w half or the drellute the soil 10 anchor It awl to prevent worms from aslly burrowing trORtath It taker but a short time and only a few- rentsthis to protaot MTWB l Imirrt nlwll4Ot trees For cabbage plants etc a smaller bawl may prove mops oonrealwit All that to ntcMiury hi to have the paper ai least an Inch cad ose hat away from all parts of the plant or tree to have the rxlgM lapped tightly and to make sure that no worn are hid In the soil be ween the paper and the plant Any klw of stiff vapor or wood VOMOT or tin will do we prefer tarpaper because It to meeting and cheap An orchard or garden thus protected U safe for many weeksuntil cutworm danger Is mottly over Jut why the Worms do Rot climb over the fence la a punle Out they very rarely do The writer of this article has watched them In his own orchard at night seen thorn rjlrnb up the paper fence on the outer side crawl all around the top reach In wards In a vain attempt to touch the on riroled tree and then sullenly disgust dlcrawl down on the outntde the bad oomel That tho do not i cujrlousto scatter bunches of poisoned vegetation clover weeds eta moistened with Paris green and water here and therein the fleld or orchard Somo people rec jmmcnd poisoned bran too lint personally we prefer not to scatter poisoned eatables about the farm so long as we can erect enough taper fences Three points to remember about cutworms They prefer sandy soils In which to hide and winter Persistent cultivation of any soil Is unfavorable to them Pieces of board laid near trees or plants serve as traps for cutworms lift Bush pieces each morning and kill the worms found hiding beneath MarkIng Cows The itioatlon of marking cattle In dairy herds Is one that often bothers the owner He wants some effective way to distinguish one from the other especially the younger ones The metallic mark In the ear Is popular with many though It has a disadvan tage In being lout by pulling out which mutilates the ear Straps about the neck are adopted In some places where the expense of tho method Is not ob jected to a brass tag being slipped over the strap There IB a revival of Interest In the tattooing of the ear with figures or letters This U said to be a permanent and sure mean of identification cheap and easily done but like nil other things has Its fallings too hurd to find In a hurry Jersey Bulletin The Crack In the Poultry Rouse A craclt In the walls of the poultry house means a draft a draft means colds colds mennroupi roup means deatb disaster and failure all wino count of a small crack that could have been repaired In ten minutes Are there any cracks or openings in your poultry lease that have not been repaired If so read the above acaln Commercial Poultry Jogs can be grown with profit on nDI uric that will grow cJonrI GIVES UP VALUABLE RIGHT Dr Moore Donates His Unctiris Dis covery to the Use of the Amer ican Farmer Dr George T Moore of Washington secured In March of last year a patent on methods he had discovered of making cultures of nitrogenfixing bacteria or Increasing their nitrogenfixing power and of drying them so that they may bo sent all over the world while at the same time their activity Is Indefinitely preservedThe of agriculture has lust Issued bulletin No 71 In which It makes known that these patented processes have been deeded by Dr Moore to the department to be held In trust for the use of the general public The American Agriculturist of this week says that Dr Moore could undoubtedly have made a very great fortune if he had formed a company and exploited the patent Out be chose to make a gift oft to the farmers of America The bulletin tells how soils may be enriched by Introducing Into them a certain kind of bacteria which have the power of fixing In the soil nitrogen from the air so that It Is available for plant food Nitrogen Is one of the principal plant foods and It forms over thrcfifourths of the weight of the air The Sun told about a year ago how It had been discovered that the bacteria living In the roots of leguminous plants change atmospheric nitrogen into soluble form for plant food so that plants may get from the air the nitrogen they need Hut how could those nitrogenfixing bacteria be artificially multiplied and distributed to farmers no that they might enrich the soil This question had to be answered before the discov ery could be of large practical utility Prof Nobbe of Germany thought he had solved the problem lie found that by taking the nodules of tubercles con taming the bacteria which develop on the roots of legumes he could Inoculate other legumes on which the bacteria did not develop without inoculation Then he found that be could Isolate the baeturln and breed thtfm In large colonies lie made a great sensation among German farmers when he adver tlied his discoveries and there was a large demand for his bacteria which he sold In bottles at one dollar each Hut his bottled bacteria did not prove satisfactory The microscopic IIRIbI died and the farmers who ex pected wonderful results were disap pointed Our department of agriculture sent an ageat 10 Germany to report on theee exparlrHonts He found that they were not wweMfHl but the department still hoped that torn method might be per felled of utilising the discovery Tile services of Dr Moore were at meat Mcared and he gave his whole at mutton to the Investigation Ho has uoeeedMl soya the bulletin In per fecting the pure cutters method of multiplying and distributing the bacteria even beyond our expectations Dr Moore discovered tho weak points In Prof Nobbes methods and began a long settee of experiments Without following tho minutiae of his work It to enough to say that he originated a new method of feodlngby which hedovel oped a type of bacteria possessing from five to ten time as much power to fix free nitrogen the original colonies hail poaseesed The next stop was to discover some simple means by which these bacteria might be distributed far and wide without deterioration lie found at last that be could dry thorn and later revive them In a liquid medium and that they retained their high activity He soaked small tilts of cotton In his cultures and discovered that when dried out they retained millions of bacteria that could bo sent to any port of the world As a result of this work It Is now possible to Inoculate al very small ex pence the seed of all leguminous plants Last spring the department begun the distribution of bacteria to a very large number of applicants living In nearly every part of this country and In many foreign countries The results obtained have been ex tremely satisfactory The pamphlet prints Home hundreds of letters showing that the crops of alfalfa red clover cow peas garden peas beans soy beans crimson clover field peas sweet peas velvet beans peanuts and other legumes were greatly Increased by the use of the cultures and the result upon succeed ing crops Is beneficial Thus Investigations In this country have led to a practical method of troducing atmospheric nitrogen Into the soil In a form in which It may be util ized for plant food OPEN SINK DRAINS How the Farmer May Easlland Cheaply Remove One Objection able Condition About House Open sinks are an abomination yet they are found about many farmhouses A cesspool can easily be made by home labor and n plumbers bill for connecting it with mho kitchen sink will not be vervl large says tho Farm Journal Locat41 the cesspool on ground lower house The opening should be some five by nine feet Inside the stones If In porous soil Dig down about six feet and build up a wall as shown to within a foot and a half of the top of the ground Lay crosspieces of heavy timber across the narrow way cover with cedar planks and on these placo earth anti sod to the level of the ground The wall Is not cemented If the cesspool is lo nee11cJe BIGGEST VASE IN WORLD Giant Piece of Cut Glass from St Louis Exposition Is on Show In Flttsburg PIttsburg PaThe largest piece of cut glass ever exhibited In the United States Is on display In a local depart ment store where It doubtless will be Visited by thousands of admirers of tint crystal The mammoth exhibit has arrived from the St Louis exposition and will remain In Pittsburg The piece was manufactured by a glass company Philadelphia and was awarded a special prize by the worlds fair judges After being displayed In the leading cities In the country It will be taken back to Philadelphia and will be placed in one of the state buildings In Fairmont park The glass Is cut la the form of a gigantic vase rive feet seven Inches in height and weighs 200 pounds It is valued at 3COO All the colors of the prism are reflect ed In the gorgeous figures which have been cut from the great crystal column The cutting required over 2000 work ing hours of nine men and all the stock patterns with the new Louisiana Pur chase star combine to make the work one of no ephemeral beauty MOURNED WIFE AS DEAD Husband LoCAtes Supposed Victim of Iroquois Theater Fire in a De troit Hospital Detroit Mich Johnson Richards of Macomb street has found his wife whom he believed a victim of the Ira quote theater fire In Chicago on December 30 1903 In Grace hospital this city Richards and his wife wore married In Chicago but had quarreled and sep arated lie came to Detroit and she re mained In Chicago Her name appeared In tho list of victims of the Iroqucls horror and In spite of their previous estrangement he mourned her death A few weeks ago a young woman who had known Mr and Mrs Richards in Chicago called him up on the telephone Go to Grace hospital was all silo said Richards bewildered by the ftlronio message hurried to the hospital ami found the wife She had Leon for many weeks but sow in recovering Richards and his wife have been reconciled Ho declines to reveal the mystery of her whereabouts for the last year IS TALLEST MAN ON EARTH Trans Caueaslan 0 Feet 8 12 Inches In Height Now a London Won der Weighs 488 Pounds LondonManchnow the tallest man on earth is creating a great son gallon at the London Coliseum He la 25 was born In TransCaucasia mean uros 9 feet S14 Inches in his stocking feet and Is a wellproportioned healthy Intelligent goodnatured mammoth He was six feet five inches tall when nine years old No cab or closed car rings could hold him so he was brought from the railroad station in a furniture van Ho eats six times as much as an ordinary man but drinks only moder ately He weighs 448 pound is married and has a baby three months old both wife nail child being of normal site No Compensation Once more there are rumors that knickerbockers are likely to come into general favor again as a part of mans ordinary dress declares the Hoston Transcript On aesthetic ground the In novation Is one to approve of thougb as a matter of economy It has never been observed that tailors prices coos down AS puts go no- MARKET ORT Cincinnati March IS- CAITLECofnmon 32 05 4 00 Heavy steers 5 10 50 CALVES Extra 00 25 HOGS Oh packers 5 2fi 5 30 Mixed packers 5 15 Q 26 S11EEPFxlra 5 60 LAMBS Extra 7 85 8 00 FLOURSpring pat 03 df 8 30 WHEATSNO 2 rod dt 1 15 CORN No 2 mixed i2 iOATSNo2 mixed p 34- YRYENo2 SS fft 87 HAY Ch timothy 12 5- 0PORKClear moss 14 30 LARD stuom i J o SG 0 18 dairyChoice Q 27 APPLES Choice 3 00 4 00 POTATOES Per bbl 1 40 11 TOHACCO New 00 fi 13 00 Old 4 fj 14 75 Chicago FLOT7R Winter pat 5 10 ft 5 2n WHEATNo 2 red 1 13v 1 1G 1- hNo3 rod 1 02 ft 111 CORN No 2 mixed 0 48VJ OATSNo 2 mixed 0 32- MRYFNo2 i7 78M PORK Mess 12 70 6112 7G LARD Steam 07G 7 00 New York FLOUR Win strts ft 6 8R WUEATNo2 rod S 1 174 CORNNo2 mixed 4t GS OATS No 2 mixed 38fc 8 39 RYE Western B SO PORK Family 14 50 6115 00 LARD Steam fl 7 3G Baltimore CAJTItFSteors 3 60 tiP 4 00 3 00 50- LAMBSSpring 5 00 81 00 HOGS Dressed G5 50 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red J 118- CORNNo2 mixed dt 48th OATSNo2 mixed ft 31 VOIIK Mess T 11 00 LARD Pure steam 6 60 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red C 118- CORNNo2 mixed r 45 OATBNo S mixed 33 Buggy or Carriage Harness WEATHER and flue FINE invite you to drive profitlook BB well as tke rest of jour turnout or is it shabby and thus detract from the generalappearance If eo theres an easy way out of it Select a new set of Buggy or Carriage Har mess from Our Large Stock astonishingly reasonable prices However if you decide to make jour old harness do let us put it in good repair for you It wont cost much T J MOBERLY- Main St Richmond Ky The Citizen A FAMILY PAPER 8 pages weekly at 100 per year TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor halth I am forced to close out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tombstones and Monuments which I will sell at greatly reduced prices Here is your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works- S McGUIRE Prop Berea Ky Startling Mortality mirtalityfromTo prevent and cure these awful diseases is just one reliable remedy Dr Kings New Life PIUs M Flannery of 14 Custom House Place Chicago says They have no equal for Constipation Bilious tees 2T c at the East End Drug C- oMONUMENTS Urni Headstone Sttturf Cradle and Marble Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at reasonable prices and with dispatch Mlwork guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Qfraeal Malpsudrolllnae- treatahncrodlblo Brutality It would have beeu incredible bru tality if Cbas M Lemberger of Syracuse N Y had not done the best he could for his suffering son My boy he says cut fearful gash over his eye so I applied Bucklens Arnica Salveiwhich quickly healed it and Good for burns And ulcers too Only 25o at the East rind Drug Co To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete and up date in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for most prominent people of Berea and vicinity Wnk sent to me by mail or express willlave prompt attention and charges paid one way- S G FRANKLINMt Ky RErziENfx Bank of Mt Vernoa j Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL- Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 2i States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young mea and Domestic 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 loading to Baccalaure ate degrees Music Choral tree Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all 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 2950 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring tern of 11 2i2o Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed Christians Disciples Congregation alists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations Ton INTORUATIOtt AND FRIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS TUE SECRETARY WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County fty Madison County Roller Mills fItI 1i4 Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Core Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent FlourI- tioItltltlolaIt Potts Duerson I II Whites SutlM Ky KodolDYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Tile J 00 bout contain 2 thneithi trial the which zeU for crda MirAXID THE O- rE C D WITT Ss COMPANY CHICAGO ILL LOUISVILLE I NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 1904 Going North Train 4 Dully Leave B rea 8 48 a m Arrive Richmond412 a m Arrive Paris5 28 a m Arrive Cincinnati7 50 a m Qolne North = W tTrain 0 Dully Leave Bores 12 55 p m Arrive Richmond l25pm Arrive Paris J18 p m Arrive Cincinnati 600 p m Gulag South Trait 1 Dally Leave Berea 111 p m Arrive Livingston 203 m Oolntr SouthV Train S Dally Leave Beresl1 21 p m Arrive Livingston1280 a m Trains No I and No C mike con neztioa at Livinsstin for Jallico and the South with No 21 ami No 27 W H ROWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSON ot Dentist s to p loalcllkeHichmond Ky By tho Tonic Routo Tho pills that act as a tonic and not as R drastic purge are DeWitta Little Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation Biliousness etc Early Risers are small easy to taka and to Bcta safe pill ValleyCity SoldIMedicine Dealers A Dlnnor Invitation After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of Indigestion Kodol is a thorough digestant and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomacb Bad Breath and all stomach trouble1 N Walking Lesbun Ky says r can testify to the efficacy of Kodol in the cure of Stomach Trouble I was afflict d with Stomach Trouble for fifteen years and have taken six DvepFpsiaCuresix bottles were worth 1000 to me Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will dgeut any quantity of all the wholesome food you want to eat while your stomach takes n rest recuperates and grows preparationisremarkable cures Sold bv the Ei End Drug Co and all Medicine Dealers AIO INVESTMENTI- n lieu Telephone ttock during the not tbre yeah of me tomp nji eintemu NOW WORTH 50000Thl nTldence of the enonnont profit pro udng properties of I rowpinr miplilno p nblloluiem K AMKIII CAN lilt Fill WIHKLKSS TKiK IIHAH1I COMPANY lUll OR T1IK KNTKrOWNINCOVKIIY United Binten Government hai adopted IM Vorent 80Iem New Important contract all over the world afcturo eno1 StoekpureharodunderSFrd ro lteHltxT a l1I11I11IIINT tOSTl1 rfablIoberQKEATKH NEW TOUK SECURITY CO Solo loaf Aceolt 414J Wall tit NeW York rrrlfhYrrdrYrrrrriirrir3rrrYirrrrrrrl Yrrirr 1 Oklahoma Offers Opulent f fje n = for Industrial InrrstinedU cap sjlS I tibalesofcottonandrnlllionaotdol a tars worth of other grain rulla etc 5- M Seed rot free of pamphlet entitled The Truth About Olla JjisJs are sold via Santa le Route to It Oklahoma ii njerOnr tft Seal re Railway g lAddrrtOUfl1 mmHHmNN aI JUtD KXPKNSEB atomtrodueaHrbetuCUYEiA i is WLDdf6r5u tg5OEAlso 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 I known everywhere throughout the world They dare to giro better satisfaction than other nukes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear en esped more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure a perfect fit Inspection invited COYLEHAYESn i BEREA KY o 9 HHIIIIIIHI11IIIIIIHrIIIII Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES IIhi r r I r r I I I I I I I I I I 1 Miss Hollister was on the sick list for u few days the past week Mr A J Smith left last night lor- a trip through Clay and Leslie Mr C L Hanson is confined to his bed with grip this week Miss Rhoda Wells of East Bern stadt is visiting Miss Dora Robin son this week Mrs J M Early is ablo to be out again after quite a serious illness of several weeks Dr Win G Best camo down from Cincinnati Friday night and was in town until Tuesday Miss Ada Phillips was confined to her room with nn attack of grip for several days this week Miss Puttie Turner teacher in the colored school was a Richmond visitor Saturday Mr Bert Guinn and Si Mitchell of Wallacetown were visitors with Mr A S Smith Sunday Will Jones an erstwhile student of Berea and now of Louisville Medical College is in town for a few days Roy C1 VunWinkle of McKee has leon in Borea for several days attending his brother Everett who is ill Tho invitations are out for the marriage of Miss Myrtle Lewis of Bereii and Mr Everett Todd of KingstonMiss Smith Miss Tillie Clarkand Miss Sue Smith visited friends in Wallacetown Sunday afternoon THE or T- MWOMAN CHARACTER L I IWITH Virgil tho infant son of G M and V H Sowder of Boron passed away on Sunday the HUb after a brief illness Bert Cornelius arrived Monday from tho Hospital College in Louis vile Ho will bo in town for a week or ten days- Prospectivo purchasers of sprin millinery skirts and other seasonable goods should visit C J Hansons The Shop for Ladies Garden planting is the order of the day Lettuce and radishes in some of tho gardens are nearly largo enough for table use Mrs T J Smiloy of Woodstock Ill has been visiting her sister Miss Hendricks of tho Model School staff for several days Dr and Mrs Rogers loft at noon Thursday for Philadelphia whore they will spend some time with their son J M Rogers of that city Miss Douglas has so far recovered an to be able to sit up a short while each day Though iJJ very weak sho is gradually gaining strength The Band met in front of Presidents homo on Wednesday eweniu and serenaded Miss Douglas tl1 President and Dr and Mrs Rogers Miss M Knto Tribble of State College Loxingfon arrived Tuesday and has entered upon her duties as teacher in the Normal department of Berea College Miss I I Oxer left for her homo f Warren Ohio on the early train Wednesday morning Miss Oxer a student hero for the winter term MAKER New Cash Store- C C RHODUS Prop BEREA KENTUCKY PRIcE 300 1 0 P Jackson of Mote who was II student here last year lies returned to attend school the spring term Ho kits been teaching penmanship Gorrnrd County during the past winter Tho spring tore of tho College began Wednesday morning at 8 nni Although some of the students haw gone home several now students and u few old students have entered for workj and family with Mr Smiths sisters of Wallacotown moved to Borea lust Wednesday They will live on Centro Street in tho house next to Bert Coddingtonfl which Mr Smith bought from Mr Will Ogg recently Wo regret to learn of tho very serious illness in Cincinnati of Miss Jennie Hanson Sho will bo re moved to tho hospital on Saturday to undergo an operation Tho doe tors have not pronounced what the exact trouble is Wo shall hope to soonIinKrgroujw been hero and wore excused for an hour from classes to arrange their schedules and visit the Treasurers alike for settlement The classes wore thus carried on without nay intermission between the winter mud spring terms Room No 30 in tho Industrial Building is being fitted up as nn ex hibition room for work done in till Woodwork and Domestic Science De partuients The walls and pillars are painted an olive green anti the ceiling is papered to snatch the walls j Tho room when finished will present quite a tasty appearance Mr and Mrs Ellis Scale and baby Velva arrived Friday night from Ox ford Ohio whoro Mr Scale has been attending Miami University since last September Mrs Sonic will re main in Berea Mr Scale returing in I about ten days to continue his sin dies He speaks in highest terms of the work done at Miami Secretary Gambles brother Mr- S B Gamble and wifo of Quitnmn Miss and his lather and mother Mr and Mrs Stephen Ganiblc of Alexis Illare visiting in Bores for n few days Mr and Mrs Gamble Senior hind been on a visit to Quit man previous to coming hero They will Iw accompanied to Alexis by Mr and Mrs S B Gamble and from thoro tho latter will return to Missis sippi utter fret paying a visit to ChicagoDr Lyman B Sporry long an Indian agent in tho Northwest will give an illustrated stereopticon lee MondayeChildren under fifteen lOc Dr Sperry is one of tho great lecturers of tho country and his subject American Indians is our of ab sorbing interest His views are this finest horses ponies broncos mules Indian battles famous chiefs war fiances historical scenes etc The Annual Concert by tho Band was given on Tuesday evening last and as usual was of tho highest order On account of tho unfavorable weather tho attendance was smaller than usual on such occasions but those who did attend enjoyed u musical treat Tho selections by the baud wore all well rendered Tho cornet solo by Mr Simpson with orchestra accompaniment and till ellowere credit to themselves and to tho en joyment of tho listeners Tho piccolo solo with kind accompaniment by Whittemoro Boggs was excellent and receivedlwol1 merited applause Miss Loer contributed piano solo calledutomb nn encore Mr Racers litters pretation of James WhitecomblliloyB philosophy was much enjoyed A n ailtaIg SHOE A rSWELL BOOT forfashionable people special feature of tho evening was the club swinging by tho bands drum major B P Wright of Hamilton Ohio Ho showed marked skill in this performance anti roo ipoudcd to n hearty encore The Baud is to bo complimented upon tho excellence of its work A most painful accident occurred in tho Laundry on Friday afternoon by which Miss Carrie llillard lad her arm badly mangled in one of the mnchinos She wits standing with her humid on the small roller of tho mangle which was turning slowly and looking out of tho window Being off her guard tho roller drew her arm slowly in until it carne in contact with the largo centre roller whore her hand became first and her arm was forced between the small and largo roller Mrs Howard who is the superintendent in charge was in the next room and ran to her assist ance as soon as she heard her cry out but before tho machinery could ho stopped her arm had jxissed between the two rollers almost to her shoulder Tho skin was torn from tho flesh which is very badly bruised and one or two of tho small lames of tho wrist andelbow arc broken Shin was held in this torturing position for fifteen minutes before tho machinery could lx taker apart to release liar Tho bravery with which she bore up under this trying ordeal was remarkable Dr Cowloy has her case in charge at tho hospital and all possible is being done to alleviate her suffering Tip doctor is hopeful that it will not lx be necessary to amputate the aWl Had till heat been turned on in the mangle the accident would have been oven more shocking than under tho present circumstances This is tho njktaccjdiujt to occur in the Laundry since it began operation two years ago and much as the ac cident is lamented no blanio can be attached to those in charger ALPHA ZETA ANNUAL BANQUET bnnquothitsby those who attended to be tho greatest social event and success of tho year It wits hold in the Agricultural room of tho Industrial building Saturday night from 7 to 030 pm Tho placo selected Wits ideal in affording ample room and for decorative purposes Two con tinuous tables ran lengthwise of tho room with n row of tables across the east cud of these Holly andover green decorated tho walls with orlniHon anti gold bunting society artisticallyhungsorted n pretty effect under tho glow of their redshaded lumps and potted pluutd Promptly at seven oclock tho ivriltiiig guests were ushered to their places to tho strains of music from tho society orchestra A delightful dainty banquet in courses followed served under the direction of Mrs Sara L Hong Tho toasts and ro sponses and music occupied the tat tor half of tho evening Toastmas tor Pros Gee W Pow first culled upon John J Lnch to toast Alpha Zetas Sunshine Our Ladies Miss Lotta M Osborno in her usual in itnitablo style responded Mr Amon M Brock in n clear and con riuciag manner presented the stand irds and ideals Alpha Zeta has ever striven for in tho subject Tho = Truth How and Why Wo Seek It The orchestra rendered the selection Heidelberg Mr T J Osborne and Miss Corwin spoke upon tho toast Seem Oursels as Ithers See us at the close of Miss Corwins remarks n quartet of these two speakers with Mr and Mrs L C Hinman sung an ale to A Z composed by Miss Corwin to tho tune of Auld Lang Sync Generou applause proclaimed it tho hit of tho evening Mr W E nix gave a typical Alpha Zeta response to this toast Dr llubbell moro than warmed up to his theme giving as ho always docs in address full of valuable thought- A carnation and eight page souvenir were placed at each plate The lat tor had upon tho cover n pennant embossed in crimson nud goldwith 3 picture of tho members as n front ispiece Ono hundred and thirty two persons were present There were many compliments passed upon tho admirable manner in which tho society prepared and carried through this largo undertaking there not being a single hitch in tho proceed ings Moro than this however was the sincere fellowship and lofty thought pervading tho addresses of tho evening Tho occasion is our long to bo remembered Low rotes to all points in Texas Indian Territory and Oklahoma Tuesday March 21st If you are going west consult L N agents FOR SALE Some nico hay sheaf oats and corn J W KOSKINS Thorough bred Plymouth Rock eggs jOe a sotting Mrs Jas A Todd Paint Lick lIA s othcs may not make a man but it is useless to r create a disturbance by going around without them iwhen you can buy at our prices We are not out but out selling This is the time when it is true economy to spend r money and extravagance to keep it R If Fabrics grew ready woven we could make prices less That is about t the only way What you say when you go home we r 4 intend to be our best ad S The smallest thing about our place t is price and price is a good salesman but quality is a better onei Did you ever think your neighbour was living beAor WELCH 9d Largest stock of Dry Goods in tho Gnarly n lino hue of Dress Goons Groceries at Wholesale Prig A Cheapest Drug Storo on Knrth t r It Is 90 Miles to the next Store that sells Meal at 55o IiQ1it4lA4ilA4al t ifil+n4 R+ tAA1Ai144ORA i4RitAil4A4 4ilA444A- a4I4QLOOM END SALE h Began Friday January 27th Perhaps some of our customers may not under stand this expression At the Mills there nrcalwnys remnants left over from the original run which average from one to two yards in length They are identical in quality with tho goods sold in bolts THESE GOODS WILL ALL BE SOLD BY THE POUND At unhoardof prices Hero is your chance to literally got three dresses for the price of one The beauty of these nrtiitfc designs in Dimities Silk Mulls Pongees and Crepes Are sure to ssks them move quickly Do not misunderstand us Thtmo dainty Droxs Goods are remnants of wwivos you pay 20 and 30 cents per yard for C J HANSON GO I The Shop for LtdUs Mires Ky Do You Know That March is a Bad Month for Fires 1t Better have your house and household goods insured Doesnt cost much Means lots to you in case of a fire Would be glad to write it for you I represent the best old line companiesin fact can writeIyou in any legitimate compnnyIt FIRE LIFE and ACCLDENTINSURANCEREAL SOLD 1 and TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC W R PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK HAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE 1flows in a Condensed Norm Col 8 Jcctcd For the llciiclit of Our jioadcjs PROGRESS OF RUSSO JAP WAR What Is Transpiring In the Capital of the NationThe Internal Dis orders In Russia and Other In teresting Forejgn Notes WAR NEWS FROM THE FAR EAST rho struggle for tho possession or Mukdon cost both sides clone upon iflHOO iion The Russian IONS of or ftffts Includes n largo porportlon or Ute regimental commanders and ftold 4flnJefJJIL from ffow Chwong says the Jfipnnono have occupied Tie Pass Gen KuropatklnH resignation has iron accepted and Grand Duke Nlcl Otis Nloholalevltch has consented to- aRk ctyef command In Mrtnchurla Gin Kuropatkln loft Tlo Ling on t atxtclal train bound for St Peten Iwrk Tko tear has ordered Gen Ktiropa MM to transfer the command of the Itaealuii nrmlos to Gall Llnorlteh as taaiporary oommanderlnchlar penal leg tlio arrival of Omnd Duke Ntclu kMloh In the Hold Gen Llnovltoh hue assumed own maid of the shattered Runelan arm la Manchuria Military officials de ctarc that there aro now S68000 men at Gen Llnovltohs disposal in Man cantIn and It Is bellowed that tile force will bo mmclont to cause the Japanese to oxerctso Pratt caution In titter pursuit A dtipHtoh data Singapore Mrs the llrtttah steamer Honwnn reports hai lug pamed 22 Japanono warship oft Hor bHrgh 10 milM oast of Singe tOro at the ontrunco to tho Strait of Jlnhicon The ItiiMMan dotachmonla at TIe PAW wre on Marsh 1C ordered to wMuatd their positions and durtn the night retired In exemplary order tutoring their rr There had been IgbUng throughout the day Before 1Ht w1tkdn wad of the HitMlan rorees tie mtUUtry Htllement and wok of 1M Mere of fuel and forage as omit Ml be rvMMvmt were sot fro and sir ir TNt r pus bf Ute Ugitert offlctete IB PC i htl In the conies of canwraattor I It to alt very well to talk art oiiiinuliiK tbe war but with no lend ru gmerRta no soMlere no guns the theatwv of war m far away a are tumble lo transpvrt troops Klikiy UM wai now alapuals to IHt lakh d MISCELLANEOUS NEWS ITEMS- A bill to compel every lift Ineur lare company doing busmen In Wl- eopaln to adopt the mutual plan taass ed the Ulsoonetn aMeiubo Ml awl Will Ptomey negroes who allot ami fatally wounded Prof Claude tartly at Pine Apple Ale were aught by a mob of rttlnons In a house seer Allenton Ala and were taken to a nearby swnmp and hanged AM arrangement IK being trade be teen the Rovorntnenta of Ianaaio and the canal none for tho oonrtrtietlon ot three bill Wings for lepers lunatics sal lnenmblo Indigents Panama COR tribute OoOO- It IB the Intention of the senate In Imtato commorco commnlon com raitteeto first take up tho oonuUtutlon al 7w ellani Involving tho right of onn cress to delegate power to Ax rates end the effect on qimll Uuii8 awl silt fpreatlal prnotlq l by railroads ender prevent oondltione talneteen prlKJl8 were burned U death In n fire which doatroyotf a five Mot tenoment house In N w York More than 18 wen InJHrod and only a r w of tile sleeping ninnies oscspd HI hurt Senwnl of thou who iter- thpd vmn roasted to death In ptali w of thousands In the streets inhue Stovonfl a negro Imprltonei in i he jail at Ixingview Tex charged t v lb assault upon Carl Anderaon was iit to death In his cell liv a mob the French government has given 4 Parisian banking houses clearly to un that thoy must net cancludt KuHlan loan unless Rue 1olant to negotiate for poaco R Popper the limit linllllon ky maniifauturor of Lexlng and Mss Grace Apnleby or Providence It L daughter of Mr anj Mrs Henry Appleby wore married In j Springfield O brought before the South T ICarollnB supremo court on a demur h Itra decision was handed down de elating that It Is libellous to publish I u white man as a negro Tile now geyser In Yellowstone Park hns been named Skyrocket Mrs Alice Wcbbtiuko nas brought wit for a separation from hot hus band Ilrodlo L Duke on the ground of abandonment nod nonsupport therhouse bill making poolBelllng In the state a felony pun lihablo by find nnd from six months to two years Imprisonment In tho per t7ho Delaware house of representa tives passed the senate bill abolish lag tho pillory In that stale An effort was mode to repeal tho law which provides for tho whipping post but It toned Tho Hartford Machine Screw Coa business and plants In Hartford Ct and Elyrla 0 have been sold to the Standard Screw Co of Detroit Mich I Dr Jordan professor of Stanford university nod Timothy J Hopkins of the board of trustees of the unlver slty have signed a joint statement regarding tho Stanford cane They say they are satisfied the womans death was not duo lo strychnine poisoning Tho remains of Mrs Jane L Stanford who thud In a Honolulu hotel woro placed on board the steamer Ala meda to be brought to San Francisco At Mobllo Ala Collector of Cite toms Tlbblts seized Honduras lottery tickets statements of prizes lists or drawings and trial balance sheets on the Norwegian steamer Hiram A bomb exploded on the tramway tallway line close to tho residence of M Pobcdonsteff prosecutor general of tho Holy Synod Nobody was Injured- A sharp engagement between EGO Turkish Infantry and cavalry nnd n strong band of Bulgarians at tho vII logo of Smola near Ghcvyil Tho Bulgarians wore defeated with thc lo88 of 42 killed Including Avos tot The Turks lost throe killed and eight wounded The war department finds that It will bo obliged to decline to send reg ular troops to tho encampments of state militia organizations for the ron son that the available funds appro printed are Inadequate Senator Morgan made a sensational speech In tho senate in which he charged that William Nelson Crom woll of Now York who wns proud nently connected with the sato of the Panama canal property to tho United States was tho prime mover In a- scheme to Influence the United States in tho financial affairs of tho Domini ean government There was open rebellion among the 900 etrlko bronker taken to Now York by tho InterbonvjRh Ilapld Transit Co from surrounding town aril dUos nnd thoro Is considerable oxeltamont owing to the alleged un fair treatment of tho men by the com pany James H Poabody won his contort for tho office of governor of Colorado from which ho retired on January 10 after serving a torm of two years but his victory was achieved only after he had given his pledge to resign and surrender tho chair to LlouL Coy Jesse P McDonald Two suite aggregating 33369 wore Instituted in the St Louis circuit court by tho Louisiana Purchase Exposition Co against the Naval Kx hlblt Co and the Jerusalem Exhibit Co for alleged failure to pay rents commissions and lighting bllli Tire army transport Thomas arrived from Manila Nagasaki and Honolulu She brought the 9th 17th and 18th batteries of field artillery and 177 cat nals 18 sick soldiers flvo Insane and SS military prUmter Peter Daney and Rdwanl AusUn both negroee were haRKed from th eatae scaffold at Richmond Va Dan ey murdered a woman of his race AuMln criminally aMaiiltfd a small colored girl Robert llowtee who killed c O Plrwaan John Huff at CIKton Forge last March wee hanged at Oovlngloa VaIlrlK Gen Thongs II UMber neat military governor of Hawaii who eened toady years In toe regular army Is dead In New York The household property of Mrs Gas sle It Clmdwlck was sold at auction in Cleveland 0 to A D Nelpon of New York for U o- Prealdent Roosevelt was the guest tit honor at tho Jill annual dinner of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick New York He was accorded a flattering ovation by more than 000 mom born of the society and Its guests and reepondod In a notable address At Kooktik la Sam A Carr a farm er halt his wlfo Into Insensibility with a boor bottlo and set flro to his house and barn and then shot himself dead Mm Carr will recover Kansas oil producers will effect a pennnnant organisation for n two years war against tho Standard Oil Co The report of the boom of state mine Iniectore to Acting Coy Cun Ringliara regarding the explosion at Virginia mine on February 20 whore In 111 minors lost their lives says It was caused by an explosion of dust Provident Roosevell nttondod tho wedding of his niece Miss Eleanor Roosevelt daughter of tho late Mr und Mrs Blllolt noosovolt to hor eoiuln Franklin Del no Roosevelt- eon of Mrs James Roosovolt In row York Ho wave the bride away Franco lens officially Informed the United States of tho action of thu Venesuelan government of the throat sued seizure of tho French Cable Co which she regards as high handed and unwarranted Master Mechanic IewU Watson of the Clalrton Steel Co PUtsburg Pa was drenched with burning oil from a bursting plpo Ills oyos were burned out and staggering to the front ot the building he full the ground fractur ing his skull Moj Alex O Drodlo of tho military secretarys ofllce was ordered to proceed to Manila and report in person to tho commanding general of the dl vision of tlic Phlllpplnps for assign ment to duty F R George manager of tho George Junior Republic nt Freevlllo N Y has been approached by Coy Wright of the Philippine Islands with tho view of establishing a reform school for Filipino boys at Camp Grogg Luzon Island Gen Francisco Mono Mexican min Istor of war tins resigned on account af 111 health W P Bogardus of Mt Vernon 0 was elected president of tile National Retail Hardware Dealers association M L Correy Argos Ind secretary and Sharon Jones of Richmond Ind trcaeurer There Is good authority for thet statement that 11 Wittos rccommon dation for tho abolition of the com mltteo of ministers has boon accepted by Emperor Nicholas Gov Higgins of Now York line fllgned a bill requiring excursion boats to carry at least one life preserver fur each passenger A commission has been appointed under the presidency of Con floor n member of tho council of tho empire to Investigate tho surrender of Port ArthurHounded by loan sharks to whoir he had assigned his wages In advance und finally discharged as an I C engineer Frank Dunham 47 com mltted sulcldo In Chicago Mrs II F Marsh wife of Congross man D F Marsh died at nor homo Ir Warsaw III of apoplexy Mrs Marsh was a sisterinlaw of Chief Justice Fuller 6f the United States supreme courtThe National Congress of Mothers which had been In session for n week adjourned to meet In March 190G al los Angeles Cal Gen Joseph R Hawley for nearly 24 years United States senator from Connecticut died at his homo la Washington Death came peacefully titter a stupor lasting for runny hours Brief funeral services were hold In Washington over tho remains of Gen and Former Senator Joseph It Haw leyThe greatest sympathy Is expressed by the British press and public for Hon Kuropatkln and there is strong criticisms for the curt manner of hit dismissal without a word of thanks for past sorvlcos A drastic anti cigaretto bill provl oitsy passed by tho Wisconsin assembly was passed by the senate Business failures In the United States for tho week ending March 10 number 183 against 190 tho previous week 103 In the like week In 1001 194 In 1903 and 197 In 1902 In Canada failures for tho week number 22 against 40 the previous week After having been In n deadlock for one month over the election of a Unit ed States senator to succeed Francis M Cockrell tho Missouri legislature at 1C minutes before sine die adjourn ment elected Msj William Warner republican of Kansas City to fill the coutostod vacancy Former President Cleveland cole brnlod his 68th birthday qulotly at his homo Wostland N J receiving Informally his friends among tho tint rertrily faculty Tho American Tobacco Co will fight the anllolgarotto taw In Wisconsin Vesuvius Is again In eruption and Is throwing out burning lava red hot stones and a high column of smoke whllo detonations are heard at long ilMancoR Secretary of State Hay was taken 111 HS he was about to board the Whllo Star Umr Crotlc at New York for a roynge to the Mediterranean and became ao week that he was taken on toflnl the steamer In a wheeled chair President Schurman of Cornell wn advised that not a single candidate taking the qualifying examinations for the ISOf Rhodes scholarship from New York stnto passed Quests from the state of Washington tho national capital and other cities attended tho launching of tho irmorod crulsor Washington at the yards of tho Now York Shipbuilding Co In Camden N J Ofllolal advicoe aro to the effect that President Castro of Voiozuola Is seeking to settle his complications with Germany and Gronr Britain prob ably with a view to leaving him a free hand In dealing with the compll lollons with the United States and France Advlcos from Caracas Vonocuola say that tho superior court decided on appeal March 15 that tho Now York and Bermndee Asphat Co aided the lotos resolution Stricken with heart disease Alex antler U Whitman C7 a wholesale grocer of ChlcagD tiled while soatet by the side of his son William R Whitman In n ottrrtage at Washington C H O A conference of Pltteburg and Allo ghony city officers was hold and at Its lose the announcement was made lent all opposition to greater Pitts burg had been removed Seventy members of the aristocracy and court and representatives of tho vatican gave a farewell dinner to Am rloan Ambassador Moyer In Rome Gen Arthur Campbell Cummings S3 a conspicuous character In Virginias illltary history tiled at Ablngdon Va J M Woodall dropped dead upon viewing n makebelieve corpse at a school ontortalninent at wood Hope Ala Tho Impersonator of tho corpse was the real dead mans Ron President Joseph Smith In his tes tinny before Iho senate Investigating committee testified that he had ro oived no revelations from God In u recent address In tho tabernacle ho said he has received revelations Tho Venezuela government seized the coal mines of Quanta Narfcual near Barcelona They had been leased to an Italian company In 1898 for 33 years by the Venezuelan govern ment John F Johanlsjohn 24 postmaster at Mutxlg Pa terrorized Spring Gar den borough for three hours and was arrested only after a hard struggle lie poured coal oil on the floor of his ctore and set fire to It Before tho antes could be extinguished most of- the store stork was destroyed and It Is thought mall and government prop olty were burned Orders have been given for Coot Miles A and B First battalion of engineers at Fort Leavenworth Knit to proceed to San Francisco for embarkation for the Philippine Islands 01- 1the extra transport sailing July I DISASTER IN A MINE lwelltFOU1lSOIlS Known to lie Dead Two Explosions In the Red Ash and Rush Run Collieries in West VIr Qlnla Half of the Dead Were Rescuers Fire Creek W Va March 20 Twenlyfour are known to be deal In tho Red Ash Dud Rush Run mines from the two oxposlons Which occur reel Saturday night Eight miners were at work in the Rush Run and five in the Red Ash mfne when the first explosion occUr red at 9 oclock Near 2 oclock Sunday morning a party of 11 rescuers entered Rush Run mines to locate the dead They hat probably gone back 2000 feet when he second explosion occurred and It Is positively known that all are dead as there Is no possible chance for their escape After the first explosion miners from other mines nearby rush eddo the Illfated mine In an effort 19 save their comrades and It Is IMS Mblo the list of rescuers will road 20 to 30 It was considered unsafe to enter the mine Sunday but Monday eight old and experienced miners with safety lamps will enter and close up some of tho entries so fresh all Ran be forced back to where the mon t 9t tholr lives a distance of proba buy 2000 foot to tho roscucrs and 5 000 feet to whoro the men wore work- Ing WAR TO CONTINUE The Czar Declines To Abandon the Prosecution of the Conflict St Petersburg March 20While Emperor Nicholas whoso word Is fl not still declines to abandon the pros ccutlon of the war and the govern mont maintains Its ability to continue the conflict a press representative Is In a position to state that powerful Influences Including several of thin emperors own ministers are now strongly urging that the time has como to Indicate to Japan Russia don Ire for peace upon a reasonable basis Should Japan then attempt to impose too onerous conditions those Influences argue that In view of the universal wish to see the bloody eon lIot ended Russias position will be strengthened abroad by the alienation of sympathy of Japan and thu sltua tlon at homo Improved when tho na tlftn Is made to understand that the grnperors pacific proposals nave been tit with Impossible terms STILL RETREATING Japanese Follow Up and Bombard the Russians 8t Petersburg March toCOOl mandorlnChlef Llnevltch In a to1eo gram dated Saturday says Oil March 17 Japanese Imtterloa bom bartlod our division In the valleys of Tavanjnin and Yen Pu Tho enemy appeared near Kaotaltse on tho rail road about 12 miles north of Tie Paiw and their cavalry liaR occupied Fakoman Our armies continue their concentration Toklo March 20 Headquarters of Iho Japanese armies In the field re porting under Sundays date says Our detachment continuing its advance north pursued tho enemy to Kalyuan some 20 milo north Of TIp Puss Knlyuau was ovacuated by the enemy on Saturday after ho had set Ore ttJ tho railroad station French Cable Cos Protest Washington March 20 Ullnlfltor Bowen at Caracas has cabled the state department that the French min Isier al that placo has protested to the Vonoiuolan minister of nf- lalm against the action of the gOvern- ment which lass given notice to the Pronnli Cable Co of its Intontlon to annul Us concession and solio Its property The nature of protest Is not Ivqn nor are there any details In Mr Uowqns dispatch The Senate Adjourned Washington March Orhe special session of the senate came to an end An hour before adjourning sine die he body formally administered the rtnal sleeping potion to the Santo Do nlngo treaty and now that famous pact Is omclnlly dead A Reign of Terror Exists St Petersburg March 20Tho peasant disorders are growing rapidly the Black Soil bolt and other Ills In of Southern Russia Provincial journals bring alarming reports show tug that an actual reign ot terror al ready exists in some districts Colorado Democrats Protest Denver Col March 20 Dcmocratla members of the Colorado general as embly are preparing a protest against the seating of James H Peabody as overnor after ho had agreed to resign to permit Llout Cot Jesse P Mo Donald to become governor The Contest Ended Washington March 20An end canoe to tho longdrawnout contest for tho collector hlp of internal revenue for West Virginia when tins president sent to the senate the nomination of Illicit Northcott There were halt a dozen candidates Meat Trust In Mexico Mexico City March 20Meat deal ers are exercised over the rlso In the price ot meat which has been advanced from 25 to 60 per tent in the IllUst month nnd charge that there la a trust at work 1 u STATE NEWS PICKUPS n KENTUCKY STATE FAIR Met Providing 15000 Annually For It Declared Legal Frankfort Ky March lliThcourt of appeals declared oonmltiilloi al the act which appropriates 1500 annually for a trtatfr fair Tho uuif was llmt of tho Kentucky Live Stock Breeders association vs linger audi tor fit reversing the lower court the higher court In Its opinion says Tho net dofy judt create the Hen tacky Llvo Stock llrooilors tiHRoria lion That corporation In already In existence The act In effect muko an appropriation and directs that tl state fair shall bo hold The ussoclt tlon IB simply an agency selected by the legislature to carry out IU pur poses Thcprohlbltlon of special log Ittlntlon was not Intended to prevent the legislature from legislating on a special subject and we are unablo to see how a general law could bo passed providing for a state fair in substar tially any other way Tho acts named In aid of tho Worlds fair at Chlcug and St Louis went not more specln legislation than the net before us Nor tines the act relate to morn than ono subject KENTUCKY MINERS Proposition and Counter Proposition Made at the Wage Conference Louisville Ky March lCTho proposition of the mInors and the counter proposition or the operator a were submitted at the wage confer cnco of tho Kentucky minors and 01 orators The minors nsk or the res oration of tho scale of 1903 calling for 62 4 cents for pick roal anu other Items In proportion Tho operator submitted the scale of 1901 calling for n scale of 78y4 cents for pick coa for readoption The prospects are that a compromise midway betweet the two scales will ho raachod DYNAMITE USED An Attempt To Blow Up a Store and Residence in Newport Newport Ky March 18Tho gi eery store nnd residence of harry OrponnwnU at 119 West 13th street was partially destroyed by an oxplo slon of either dynamite or blasting powderTho noise of the explosion could bo heard nil over the city It ahattorct windows In hnimcs across thinstreet rnd next to Uroonawalis nome Tti- charge was placed in n coal chute It Ito front of the house and was rxplod ed shortly altar 1ft oclock JUDGMENT AFFIRMED Tom White Goes To the Penitentiary For the Balance of His Life Frankfort Ky Morels 1SThr tacky court of appeal ndlrnifd th judgment of the Harrison circuit rnur In sentencing Tom While in the state penitentiary for life for complicity ir the assassination of Janice It Mar cum In Broathltt county White was convicted jointly with Curtis Jott who dlT not appeal and IB now In state prison here A Student Seriously Injured Smlthland Ky March 18Hub bard 1 Lnndram son of County Clorl c George W indrnm who has hem attending school at tho South Ken tacky college Hnpklnsvllle wasI brought hqtne seriously Injured hav- Ing boon struck In the stomach by OIK or his classmates To Honor Dr McDowells Memory nenderaon Ky March 18hoHamiorsnn County Medical oclcl y adopted n resolution reeommendln that ttir bust of Dr Kplmiltn McDovv oil of Kentucky IIP placed In the Hull of Fume lit Washington anti that the stlnte society rise Its Influence to that end The Standard 011 Co Fined Tnylorsvlllo Ky Marrh 174Clr cult court IB In session lucre this week In thn case of tho commonwealth vs tin Slnndiird 011 Co phay cd with retailing coal oil without n license tho jury rut timed n vordlo fining the defendant company SGoo Tried To Drown Himself Cynthlnnn Ky March 17Milton Rces agog 32 A young farmer of thl county jumped Into the Licking river He was rescued and will recover Ills wife being very Ipw with consump Ion Is tho cause ho Is a brother of Deputy Sheriff Eros Ground To Pieces Olive Hill Ky March 171 youn K man named Thompson aged 21 was working InII mill on Johns creels Floyd county when his clothing became entangled in a wheel and he watt ground to pieces Stricken Juror Died Manchester Ky March 18DlgF- rnnk Smith n regular venire Juror for the present terror of tho Clay sir cult court who was token sick In tho courthouse n law days ago and fell IS dead His death was caused by heart trouble arid pneumonia Lost Both Legs Paducah Ky March 17 While witching a train at Eleventh nud Norton streets lied Hubbard of this city a switchman fell under tho train kith legs were cut off and ho can not ttvo DRUG STORE UNDER TARPAULIN The Court of Appeals Decides That It Shall Remain Frankfort Ky March 18Tlw ra- mous Fowler drug store lease caso from Ixjulsvlllo was decided by tho court of appeals In favor of Fowler rite suit grow out of the Masonic Tem ple lire In Louisville about two years ago All that building except the corner first story which was leased and occupied by the Fowler Drug Co was destroyed Fowler put a tarpau Tin roof over the fragment of the building and continued business at the old stand under his sevenyear lease which would expire In 1910 Jones Bron owners of the building tried to force him out but he defied thorn to move him unless they paid him the 5000 due him under the terms of the tease This lease the court upholds Meantime Jones Dros have been unable to rebuild and have lost thousands of dollars in rents thereby DAYS DEFALCATION IIt Vim Be Settled at Fifty Cents on the Dollar Lexington Ky March 17 Through tho Intervention of friends and relatives Walter II Day former secretary of state who as a member of the firm Tf Day Bros at Jackson Ky default ed one year ago to the amount of 100000 through a series of alleged fraudulent land deals will now be able to return to Jackson without fear of prosecution the defalcation having been settled by his brother Floyd Day on a compromise with the creditors at CO cents on the dollar His wife who passed through this city Wednesday has gone to join him upon his arrival in New York city and It Is said they will return to Jackson together All the shortage with the exception of about 7000 has been made up by Days father and the parties interested It Is said have now agreed not to prosecute LATONIA RACE TRACK It Goes To the Control of the Amerl can Turf Association Frankfort Ky March 1GTho affirmedgIn thehatonla race track case of Oeo C Perkins against W E Applegate and others and under the decision the Ameno can Turf association won It would have gone to tho West ern Jockey club The track was sold by Perkins to Applogato and others for 800000 of which 65000 was still duo when Perkins took advantage of toywas hold as collateral security The ques then was as to the legality of the sale contractepublictJudge Joseph Robinson Dies Suddenly Lancaster Ky March lSJudgA Joseph Robinson aged 67 died sud denly of heart disease He was vice president of the Citizens National bank an exunion soldier had served as county Judge as city councilman and n member of the board of educa lion Prohibition Candidate Indicted Campton Ky March 180 H Folks prohibition candidate for rep resentative of this the 91st legislative district was at the last term of the circuit court of this county indicted in two cases on tho charge of selling liquor without a license Standard 011 Co Indictments Morgunficld Ky March 18The union county grand Jury returned Hit Indictment against the Standard Oi Co for selling oil In retail lots without a llcotiKO The penalty Is a fine of front 60 to 1000 for each convic thin Will Not Be Prosecuted i Lexington Ky March 161ho- chargn of forgery made against Miss Lucille Hawkins of this city who forged tho name of John E Madden to li check for 3 will not bo prosecuted She was taken to the conVent of tho Good Shepherd at Newport Will Act as Roosevelts Escort Louisville Ky March IGTbe- George U Eastln camp United Confed erato Veterans has accepted the Invi tatlon of the committee on arrange mania to art as an escort to President Roosevelt upon tho occasion of lilt visit to Louisville April 14 Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky March 16The of ferings on the tobacco breaks were Durlcy 899 hhds dark 116 hluls The range on burley was 330 to Ii and on dark 315 to 740 The market wasevery satisfactory Kentucky Wesleyan To Be Rebuilt Winchester Ky March 18Thl1 rebuilding of the Kentucky Wes oyan college here is assured Tho Commer clnl club has made a report that the required 20000 had been raised The work of reconstruction will begin Inn short time ExpiresPaducah J W Uloomfleld one of the most promi nent attorneys In the state died aft a long Illness Ho was born near Ea ton 0 November Hi 1S3G He was a lifelong democrat J f 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 SERGESt FRENCH MADRAS SILK MULIS SILK WAISTING GINGHAMS ORGANDIES LAWNS PERCALES DRESS LINENS OPERA CREPE AND SUMMER SUITINGS OF ALL I 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 1 I I I HIlI I 1 I HI 11+1 IIII 1 1 III I MHMIHMHMMIIH Eastern Kentucky News Ho coireipondcnce pabllibcd unless lipied In fan by the writer The name U not for publication tat M an evidence of good filth Write plainly r r r r r r f I I I I I I I 11 I r I dJIi ttttI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Mar 21Roy Martin and sister Vergie visited Mrs Nora McGuiro Sunday Willard Todd who has been sick is somewhat better Miss Ella Lake visited friends here Sun day Casper Martin visited D W Waddle Saturday night and reports an enjoyable time Born to the wife of W H Linville March 19 fine twin girls Miesos Annie and Mat tie McGuire of Disputanta visited Miss Vergie Martin Saturday night Mr and Mrs T C Holt visited Mr and Mrs W H Stephens Sun day George Todd visited his cousin Bert Martin SundayMr and Mrs C I Ogg of Berea visited Wm Linvillo and family Sunday nightJohn Guinu is very sick at this writing W H Stephens went to Berea Wednesday on businnss Mrs John Linvillo who has been sick is somewhat better We are having plenty of train and mud now There will bo preaching at Mace donia Saturday and Sunday Miss Bessie Linville visited relatives here Sunday evening Mrs Susan Ogg of Disptitanta who has been sick so long is no betterW Todd has sold his surveying implements to Mr Joe Wilson of Climax who has the nominee for County Surveyor LIVINGSTON Mar 20 The Livingston Lumber Company has commenced business again since the tide Thomas Cam eron has returned from Paris to do the sawing The L ds N R R Co is filling up the coal bins at this place again Judge Chenault of Richmond was hero last week open ing up new mines near here Deputy Sheriff R S McFerron was hero last week on businessJ W Baker is working ou his now store bouseC Fishback freight agent here has gone to parts unknown John Ireland wont to Ford Saturday on business JACKSON COUNTY WELCHBUR6 Mar 21We are having some pretty days for farming Most farm ers in this vicinity are begining to cultivate the soil for corn oats etc So J Hardon and family aro visit ing friends and relatives in Owsley countyWell there is quite a lot of sickness in this part of the country at this writing Charlie Smith of Egypt near this place is very low now with rheumatismDr G C Goodman who moved to London five months ago has come back to Welch burg again Dr says ho willspend the rest of his life with his Jacks- ofriendsL C Lyttle is in Laurel county working in the wholesale trad6 this wcekH F Minter is homo from Lawrenceburg asking for more voteLR W who sold his dwelling houses to Dr G C Goodman J will erect new dwellings on the- M iI I hill opposite the storeWolchbur g can now boast of having two doctors G M Parsons of Drip Rock was in this part of the country last week on a canvassing tour in behalf of his candidacy for assessor Mr seemed to leave a good impression on qnonllThe up and givo Mr Parsons his share of tho pioMr E Denham of this place moved to Laurel county last week We hate to give up so good a citizen DRIP ROCK Mar 20Thomas Evereolo au wife attended church on Middle Fork SundayBuford Collins visited Miss Cynthia Alcorn and they also attended church Rhoda Ross and Daniel Alcorn went to Blantou Flat Sunday Among tho drummers who have visited us in tho past week were Messers Wilson Morris Johnson and Kidd The candidates were Fields and Gabbard The latter is a prominent merchant at Sand Gap and is candidate for county judge We had a splendid rain hero Saturday night but some of the peo plo were fortunate enough to potatoes planted beforehand J Baker stayed at H H Fowlers Tuesday night Levi Hialo near Blantou Flat is very low with consumption Wm Marcum sold a mule toMy MetcalfA H Williams of Alcorn visited at H H Fowlers last Suuda Charles Click of Kerby Knob visiting at Mr Kelleys F Collins and John P Kelly of Midd Fork were in our midst Sunday Misses Anne Kolley Sopha Isaacs and Cynthia Alcorn and Mess rs Buford Collins Chas Clickand J D Alcoru called at tho homo of H Fowlers Sunday evening Eggs are now 10 cents per dozen hero Cot is 325 per larval Oats nro wart 05 centsMADISON WA COUNTYI March 10 Flosmo B J fouryearold daughter of Mr of Mrs Dan Gabbard Canjloy fell asleep Monday night after an illness about two weeks Four doctors wo re called but no relief was found for tho little sufferer until death lent his icy hand Funeral services were held at Carters chapel Tuesday evening at 3y M by Rev Bryant text Suffer little children to como unto Me funeral in Cartersvillo cerncter The entire community extend the sympathy to the heart broken paren and little brother Sleep on lilt Flossie God thought it best Iltf t restDnIr George Carter and family visited G 0 Brockman and family Sunday Rev Murrill preached at the Baptist church Sunday Lee Bowlen and wife loft Saturday for Mansfield I A J Smith has sold his store and property in Wallaceton to Will Ogg Scaffold Cane Smiths family IOf to Berea last YaekMr brotherinlaw Mr Catarii will clerk for himG B Gabbar and David McCollum attended G A R Post at Burea Saturday OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY March 18 Spring has come and tho farmers aro ploughing and put ting in tho spring cropsW SI Allen has just conic back after a trip down the river James Smith has just come back from Richmond with a drove ofcaUleG T Gentry while driving a stake with an ax cut himself in the shoulder very badly Mr Briggs has gone to HeldIeburg about his timber BOONEVILLE March 18Wo are having sonn fine weather just now and our farm ers are busy sowing oats and breaking corn groundJ R Collier of London was in town during the weokRev Abe Rowland filled Bro Millers appointment at the now church on White Oak Sunday IIo delivered an interesting sermon to a largo audience Miss Nannie Wilson entertained quite a number of young people Friday nightCash Williams of Jackson visited Inroads in Booricvillo Friday and Saturday Prof Campbell went toBoattyvilU Monday to meet Tutor Bodkins who will instruct tho graduating class in Astronomy the spring terrnH H Maiuous has purchased the farm of A J Kidd on Sturgeon for 1050 We are glad to note that Uncle Abe Gabbard is out on tho streets again Thoa Campbell and Arch Clark had a bout ride Tuesday after noonProf Campbell will begin n four weeks normal the 20th of April Supt Garrett was at Mrs McCol 1 urns Saturday night last on business W B Bullock is out again tolling jokes as usual Uncle Butler can always draw the crowd Wo have lately had a tide in the Kentucky10 river and an immense lot of timber was taken to market and solid which helped the people considerably BLOOMINGTON ILL Mr and Mrs Louis E Roahcl are tho happy parents of a fine eight pound boy born March 19 r The Commonwealth I TO INVESTIGATE PEONAGE ludge Evans Charged the federals Grand Jury at Louisville Loulsvlllo Ky March22oln his JadlpeeIon of alleged causes pf peonage In ho Loulsvlllo district The statonjant vas based on District Attorney 111118 jivostlRatlon but tho facts were not ilsclosed Judgo Evans said The district attorney Informs mo lavesdAnd from what he says I am pereuad td that a most remarkable tttate of af fairs exists The 13th amendment of the constitution of the United States guarantees liberty to every man ands support of It a number of laws have boon enacted by congress Ono Df them provided a penalty for any person who shall Imprison another without duo conviction for a crime This Is peonage It it be true that there are a number of cases of this Kind in this district It Is your duty to bring indictments against the offend era if the cases are brought bOfore you with sufficient proof to make you titKTHE HARGIS HEARING Vantage Gained By Neither Side the Second Day 2Theismo his1ovial advantage to either side This Is regarded as a favorable omen to tho defendants Every inch of ground is being stubbornly contorted and the commonwealth had not closed Its tes tlmony when tho court adjourned The star witness was Capt B J thathcoming tho killing of James Cockrlll before and after tho deed but in tho hands of Attorney George R Hunt for tho defense ho became contused Anso White brother of Tom Whlto Idot Jackson will appear and give his testimony against tho Harglses ofFAITHFUL DOGS They Stood Watch Over Their Ma ters Remains Paris Ky March 22John White son of the late O O White a well known distiller who died here a few violsitroomlkocollie dogs standing guard over the remains After filing suit for divorce Whites I wife committed suicide last summer by shooting herself through tho brain 11Ifo carne into possession of a small at his fathers death which goes to his daughter Mrs Certrud Thompson Ho was 40 years old n n AGENCY FOR i v CANDY JOES Richmond Ky Call at T J Moborloys and see the boat line of- COLLARS TEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for this horse Cnll youtoT J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky The Kentucky State Fair Lexington Iy Mnrch 2ThoKentucky state fair will bo held Sop tembor 1828 Inclusive either In lou IiTllloor Lexington Tho Kentucky Live Stock Breeders association has addressed lettcni to the commercial organizations of tho two dUos asking them to offer advantages for the ox hlbtlon Gov Beckhama Baby Boy Louisville Ky March 22A son was born to tho wife ot Oov J C W neckhtftn at Norton infirmary this city He will boar the name of his father Tho nether and child aro doing well The first child of Coy and Mrs Beekham was a girl Big Contract For Stone Newport Ky March liltThe Ohio River Stone Co Newport here a eon tract with the United State govern mont to supply all of the rough end dressed stone to be used In conMruN tton of Lock and Dam No 37 at Fern hank on the Ohio river Death of Mrs Mary E Arnold Bnrdstown Ky March 2MrsMary alien Arnold Is dlilut at her home here of oW age She WM one of the oMaat women In this section being 83 She was formerly a Miss Pope of DHiJHt ootinty and caipe of a prominent family Drowned In a Rain Barrel Shetbyvtlle Ky March il Annie Leo Long five iarohl daughter of Mr and Mrs Lye Long of Bugdad this county was drowned In a rain barrel which was about onothlrd full of water She was found bead flrat in tho water t S YED III LIFE Thats what a prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time 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 jn 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 im proper and weak develops ment restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emul sion itself What it does it does through nourish mentthe kind of nourish ment that cannot be ob tained in ordinary food No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it We will und you a sample free plrturtInt5berm r ot evry fcttU ol Emulilon ylbuy SCOTT BOWNI Chemists 409 Pearl SUNY 50candI all druulsts Carriage Satisfaction Here I carriages iuvariably givo We and retire Get our prices t KENTUCKY C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky We RiskIDruggists Who Sell f Dr Miles Nervine If It rails To Cost Of course w0 reimburse the Oru1Fbt You knew him and trust Dr Miles Nwvtno Is tnedkina for your I nerves It ewee dtMMM of the Internal organs br Slvtmc tons to the nerves whlth make those organ work It Is n naval tbeorr net of anatomy but of treatment first ainoovsred by I Dr Mites and Mao moO d UM of Uy many wide awk phyMotaM wto ae predate IU value In treating the shirk If you are stole we offer yu away to be mode weil4 Mites Kervtae This tnedMUw Is a ecfcmim eats ter nerve disorders seek M NwrnHcta llttifacfcs lane bt Memory tlleep new Spasms IMck cbs 1M YUW Danes HpHtpsy or PlY Nervees Pics tralton etc Dy taataf up UM nerve Dr MOM RlIJtoraU Mervtoe wtHalso ewe those diems of the Internal resits Ape lea disordered newer cutest Sons of those are iMHawtlM DR Ions Ileadaabs KWw Troubto Chronic Constipation rep Catarrh lUieiMM Utia etc My aenroos tretraa sad to live veiled u him to try Dr p1MUM Itntoratlve NcrvlM nu now hes toUT recovered You rrmembrr I wrrute you bow It savetl My life s BRO wbeo I had nervuus Iwrjpreach Its merits to ryon M MTBR8 CorrftIOllYUI Ines FREE IJWDr Miles AntI Paln Pint teNHelenUAo 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