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Digital page images are linked to the text file. x Ht i 6 I rr t d I II 1 Cat I VOL VI A Family PRpek BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY HO 1905 One dollar a year NO41 II IDEAS Piifwiou blnplH tho fruit of toil Ability is tho meumiro of reHpouai S i bility It COStfl HOme perhOtlHUS much Haim to dcclilu ns it costs tho Moth to move What does it profit u mnn to gait his suit iu u court of law if ho loses it iu tho court of coiiHciuiico Y FROM THE WIDE WORLD HiiHHlnn nuthoriticfl have decided to profleciito Maxim Gorky A financial col In PRO Is threatened ill China through the mintage of dubase conpur currency whereby provincin ofhciulH have reaped great miiiiH nnmi ally It is reported from Johannesburg Trnimvanl that n diamond neighing 834 cants Imalxtiu discovorod in tin vicinity of tho plaeo vlioro the largest iUl1Iollltoor uuenrtlied was nrontly found In tho HOIIHO of Commons ycstor day the Secretary of State for Indiii fpiva figures oh dentlm from the phigtiu lu the puuliiRida TIiet showed that hundreds of Ihouwindf I of lives hail Ixwn list nincn llu lire of Jiintiary from this cnuso F Tho Wnntmv rrvolntionintH gave additional proof of their dvtcnnin ntion Sunday when Baron vow Nol kim Chief of Police WJ H seriously wounded by u tomb thrower who killed n pursuing policvmnii amid maiH d Just prurioiirt to this a Ixmib was exploded in tho Pragfl police station wounding six police men nUll the mini who threw it shot mother policeman He wax lilniKoll wounded IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Gor Frazier of TUlllleAAOO vetoed tho bill incretfng the salary of the Governor frouWljOOO to 5000 dol Inro n yonr- Seereturyof the Navy Motion will ho ono of tho presidential party that wl visit LouhvHlo nod wee mid will hurry homo front tho West Indios for that rtmKon A Chica go syndloato purohmisetl of limo Greeusliurg on Company fifteen tmroiluolug wolfs and 200 aoros aJ KyTheAt H meeting of the Central Fed oration Union in Now York August Beluiont and Samnnl Campers the latter president of tho Civic Feder ration woro scathingly denounced At n dinner given in Now York by tho tniHtwtof tne Amor ionn Aoadomy of Flue Arts in home UIH an Bounced that an ondowment of 1000 000 was unsured for tho institution Tho American Window Glass Company has decided to retnovo iU factories in Indiana towns to Penn Hylvania Tho high price asked for Indiana Coal in assigned ns the reason for tho move Tho IXXIyof Mm Jane wan laid to rest in tho family mauso I leum at Leland Stanford University r Sunday Thousands of mourners attended and these was n wealth ol floral ofTeringH front all over the country Tho Kev Dr Washington Gladden pUHtor or tho First Congrognlionnl church of Columbim 0 iu a Mtrnioii scored John D Rockefeller nnd advised against the nccoptance by the American Board of MiasioiiHof his gift of 100000 Mrs Chadwick was sentenced yes pOllltenUurconviction in tho Federal Court ut Cleveland By good behaviour time limo mummy bo reduced to six years and four months Sho appeared to bo resigned to her fate when she appeared in court for sentence Tho Mormon question seems at lust to have lush taken hold of at the right end Senator Dubois of Iowa has introduced n joint resolution providing fora constitutional amend meat prohibiting polgamy nnd re quiring ollieo holders to take oath that they will not Ix momlwrs of mummy organization tho naturn of which requires them to disregard tho laws COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Judgo Pryor overruled tho motion for n new trial in tho criminal libel case against R W Knoll and the Evening Post wherein tho verdict was a lino of 1500 Tho establishment in Kentucky of independent oil refineries iN talkct of by promoters who claim that they hnvo n process by which they can refine oil cheaper than tilt Standard I Oil Company and that they have r sufficient capital to nmko tho under taking n success There has been d an increase in activity tho past week in Kentucky fields nnd tho outlook is encouraging f 1HII1IIITHE CITIZEN DOMINICANDEBTSIGovernBlent a Citizen of the United States as Receiver PRESIDENT ACCEPTS PROPOSAL Minister Dawson Ii Instructed to In forum time San Utwilntro Govern meat of the Acquiescence Secretary of War of the United States Will Present For Nomination By the Dominican President rieATo Acts Washington March ZOTho atti tude of the United States government Is shown In the following Instructions given to Acting Secretary Adeo White Rouse Washington D C Mardi 28 1905The Acting Secre tary of State I havo carefully con sidered the following cablegram from MlnUter Dawson Secretary of State Washington Under pressure foreign enslltors and domestic peril Domini can government otters nominate a oltl Zen of the United States receiver of southern ports pending satisfaction protocol tour northern ports to ho ad ministered under tho award Forty Ave portent total shall go Dominican government E5 to be deposited New York for distribution after satisfac lion Creditors to agree to take no further step In the meantime and receiver to have full authority to sus pend Importers preferential contracts Italian Spanish panlshUennan and American credl brt except the San Domingo Impovonent Co accept un conditionally llelglum French repre sentatives will recommend acceptance Some modus vlvendl absolutely neces bary I am ready It desired start Washington D C 28th to explain deg tails and modifications to plan obtain able wholo matter can be held open during my absence Dawson To Choose Capable Men- I direct that the minister oxprttes acquiescence In the proposal of government of Santo Domingo for the col lection and conservation of its move altos pending the action of tho United States senate upon tho treaty to the end that In the meantime no change stall take placo In tho situation which would render useless its consumma tion or bring complications Into Its en forcement The secretary of war of time United States will present f nomination by the president of tll Dominican republic men to act In tho positions referred to In both tho northern and southern tarts Tho ut most care will of course be taken to choose men of capacity mind absolute Integrity who If possible shall havo some knowledge of Spanish All the moneys collected from both tho north ern and southern ports not turned over to tho Dominican government will bo deposited In sonic New York bank to bo designated by tho secretary of war and will there be kept un til the senate has acted If the action Is adverse the money will then be turned over to the Dominican government It it is favorable It will be dis tributed among the creditors in proportion to their just claims under tho treatyClaim To Be Investigated Meanwhile Mr Hollcnder will thoroughly Investigate theso claims In eluding the claim of tho American Im provement Co and will report in de tall all the Information ho Is able to gather as to time amount actually received by Santb Domingo the amount of Indobtednoss nominally Incurred tho circumstances so tar as they ore known uiidar which the various debts wore Incurred and so forth This action Is rendered necessary by the peculiar circumstances of the case The treaty now before the sen ato war concluded with Santo Domin go at Santo Domingo s earnest request repeatedly pressed upon us and was submitted to tho senate because In my Judgment It was our duty to our loss fortunate neighbor to respond to her call for aid Inasmuch as wo wore time only power which could give this aid and Inasmuch as her need for It was very groat with this purpose In view I direct that tho proposed or rangomont be approved It will tor minate as soon as the senate has not ed one way or the other- miKODOItB U003BVELT INTERFERING WITH WITNESS Armours G neyaj Superlntendent Ar rested on That Charge Chicago March lOThe federal grand jury returned an Indictment against Thomas J Conners general superintendent of Armour k Co on a charge of Interfering with a witness summoned to appear before the Jury Mr Conner who is J Ogden Ar mours most confidential Implore sail tho active head of ono of the largest packing companies In tho world was arrested on a bench warrant by a United States deputy marshal and brought to tbo grand Jury room where he was released on a f5000 hood Aft er his release Mr Conners refused to discuss the matter STREET RAILWAY TRACKS Detroit Council Adopts Resolution Looking To Municipal Ownership Detroit Mich March 9Tho com mon council adopted a resolution look lag to municipal ownership of street railway tracks The resolution directs tho commission of public works to submit a supplemental estimate call ing for an appropriation of 10000 for the building of a section of street rail I road track The tracjto be laid by time city under the proposed ordinance and loaned to tho street railway com pany would be looked upon as an ox pertinent In municipal ownership by which the city could bo guided as to the advisability of pushing further In that direction THE CRUISER MAINE Gessler Rousseau Believes the Vessel Was Dynamited at Havana Now York March 29Hessler Rousseau the dynamiter believes that In nil probability It was one of his Infernal machines that sent tho Unit cd States battleship Maine to the bot tom of the jea In Havana harbor A Chance of Faith Louisville Ky March 29Edltor Young B Allison has severed his connection with tho Louisville Herald With Mr Allisons resignation the Herald will ceaso to bo republican and will be In the Independent lists This leaves tho republicans In Ken tucky without a morning organ Phil ChInn Hurt Lexington Ky March 29Phlt Chinn time local trainer and turfman arrived hero hobbling upon a pair of crutches Ho Is suffering from a broken ankle caused by being In a rail road wreckof tho I k N near Clarke vllle Tenn Erulser Galt onDamaged Washington March 29ThO navy department was advised that 12 days will be required to mako repalrn to the machinery of the cruiser Jnlvca ton which returned to tho Norfolk navy yard because of a bent piston rod I 4 PEACE PROPOSALS I Russia Outlined the Conditions Under Which She is Prepared to NfgotiateI THE TERMS NOT MADE PUILIC Thanks to the United States and France the Question of Peace Assumes a Practical Shape It Ii Known the United States Coy ernment For a Long Time Has Stood Prepared To Ue Its Good Offices St Petersburg March 29 Russia has outlined the conditions under which she Is prepared to negotiate pence It was stated with every semblance of authority that thanks to the good nfflcea of the United States and France the question of peace had as sumed pnictlcal shape Washington March 29 Diligent inquiry failed to develop what If any assistance this government had been In the way of bringing about prellml nary negotiations for peace between Russia and Japan but Inasmuch as nearly nil the American officials likely to have knowledge of such a matter were at social functions or were oth erwise Inaccessible the Inquiry nee esxarily was not complete It In known that this government for a long time has stood prepared to use Its good offices In the Interest of peace whenever the opportune moment arrived for action by this government without serious risk of giving offense to either of the combatants and there by lessening our power for good Prominent Diplomats Statement A prominent head of one of tho diplomatic establishments here when shown the St Petersburg statement acid that ho had not received any word from his government on the subject for several days and had heard nothing to confirm the report At the same time he would not be astonished to learn of Us accuracy though he had not expected matters to reach that stage as yet London March 29when peace negotiations commence it will be between Russia and Japan direct and not through any Intermediary was Minister Hyashls comment when shown the dispatch from a Northern Hnropoan capital stating that M Del ruse the French foreign minister had been asked to act as an Intermediary to open peace negotiations Min ister HyashI said he attached no Im portance to the statement but believed that France was trying to Influence Russia to open negotiations for peace Japan Not Noticing Peace Rumors So far as I know he added no negotiations have been begun but when Russia Is ready to make terms Japan will be happy to consider them Minister Hyashl repeated his previ ous statements that Japan Is not noticing peace rumors but steadily pre paring to prosecute the war to the hitter end At Foreign Secretary Lansdownes residence a press representative was Informed that It would be useless to ask Lord Lansdowne for an expression of opinion at the present Juncture as he must decline to glvo out any statement on the subject of peace NO NEWS FROM THE FRONT It Is Feared Gen Llnevltchs Commu nication Is Cut Off London March 29The Times St Petersburg correspondent telegraphs as follows The entire absence of private and press telegrams front the front together with a laconic message from Gen Unevltch dated Harbin and saying No reports from the ar mules evolves fears that communica Lions have been cut and that the Jap anese have turned the Russian post tions t MUKDEN AND TIE PASS Japanese Casualties In the Battles There Placed at 57000 Toklo March 29Twenty thousand Russian prisoners captured in the bat tie of Mukden have already arrived In Japan A revised unofficial esti mate of the Japanese casualties In the battles of Mukden and Tie Pass place the number at 57000 Flags captured at Mukden have been presented to tho emperor Gen Mayeda who was wounded at Mukden is dead To Retire From Active Service Washington March 29Rr Adm Robley D Evans left hero for Pensa cola Fla where ho will assume com mand of the North Atlantic flleet on March 31 on which Rr Adm Barker lowers his flag and retires from ac live service A Rush Order Received Vallojo Cal March 29A rush or der has been received at the Marti Is land navy yard to complete the repair work being done on the transport Lawton as It Is desired to placo the vessel In 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how well and how can o ooo New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sewing Machines + o 25 130 and 35 worth Z50 fOO and G5o0 ORUTOHER EVANS 1 poj OMNISCIENCE My brother man unknown or of Men birth Twat think petition greatest boon on earth And octal favor seems It more to thee Than ntatsiily gift bestowed by Deity Oh peart unfound In I fea brief little gnaw A cratttul whiling and obellent man Thy place appointed by Dlvlno decree That nMs thy efforts and directs for thee Or places obstacles to bar thy way forbids thy progress and commands thy stayLItttao awards the prize for worth And grants a recompensesix feet of earth stark well the sculptor he the marble eyes Ills mind has formed the Image where it lies- Untouched unbroken waiting but the spell Of rraul and chisel and deft hand as well Yo chip unslghtllnesii to forms of grace nd bring from nought the perfect hu man face The architect with pencil print and rule Can plan a palace or can shape a school In piles of brick and mortar wood and stone He sees the finished temple stand alone JVer yet a nail Is driven a timber laid A tncrUeo fashioned or a Joint Is made tfo God the sculptor mystic and subltme Who was and Is and shall be after time lies fled on winged feet beyond the spheres Where deep oblivion swallows up the years Wo notes the possibilities In manes well the detects that shall mar Ills plan Ills love would woo yet mortal can with stand Divine persuasion and with Impious hand Lift In rebellion garnet high heavens decree The standard of his own Inflrmlty God looks In pity waits with patience vast Woos with unending love and wins at last B II Foss In United Presbyterian The Iron- BrigadeA STORY Of THE ARMY Of THE POTOMAC DyGEN CHARLES KING AUXtttf Itlrmu EAifa CoIIUiijtiUr Tort rr jrm IM CoP7r1l1htlr2 br O W UUUBClum CO CHAPTER XVII CojrmuKP At nine oclock as the last scattering shots are fired out to the northwest where some of Stuarts fellows have stumbled on the Hdoslor pickets In the darkness the division general sends an aide with brief note to Ricketts telling him of the battle and saying he means to hold the ground despite the fact that prisoners report old Stonewall 00000 strong lie sends other staff officers In search of Mc Dowell his corps commander with similar report and the request that Rlckctts bo ordered to close In and support him McDowells own engineer officer is with him a deeply Interested witness coming up with Hatchs bri gade which hurriedly recalled had laced about and marched eagerly back Loping to be of use but reaching the field only as darkness settled on tho lino So the engineer stays to hoar the reports and views of tho various commanders before going himself In search of his chief stays long enough to give his opinion that the division must move off the pike to the right or- aaficr demolition at dawn and this too is the opinion of Hatch and CUb IOn sitting with their division com mander mid It Is urgently given by both Tbcro Is nothing for it thou urge tbo brigadiers but slip off southeastward r In hopes of support nnd Fred Benton riding out to tho Mt front with orders to bring in tho pickets finds those venturesome Hoosiers crnwllug forward ou hands and Knee beyond the original line Thorn was a horse battery came out I there Just before dusk explains n young sergeant anJ It just rained shrapnel on us Some of Stuarts fel lows galloped down to allco off our left We gave cm n hot volley and they sheered away but tried it twice again attar dark Woo sent In all our wounded but our boys ewbar they hear faint trios for help out yonder They aro right Presently tboy come drifting in four weatlcl soldiers bear ing a woun led trooper 01 a blanket Denton 13 busy fivlns orders to the sijulorn in charge and does not boar at first the words of the sergeant He iays ho was carrying orders and his horse foil sid rolled on him Ills legs broken I think but hed never have whimpered only be thought we were ftlsmleWbalil we do with hm H Im to fall back + arks the JUutcnant Hes an Qfficcr Denton turns to the dim group slow ly tearing their harden with them Better carry him to the grove ho rays Tako him where your wounded officers lire Whereupon he in the biaaket feebly pipes Hello Benton Got a mouthful of drink i Good God Chllton Hive wet tit ught you again CHAPTER XVIir- TJIi IIKAHT Of UNCOIL Solemn days are these that tallow Losing over a thud of Its forco enaged In till fuiloun Initial battle the brl Cede thirds the lot of the rest of the army and alter two days more of frvttlcw fighting is ordered la fall back on WaKlilnfcton Many of the wounded sfSeea bare been vent ah ul without fy dlacnralnatioa It to friend or roe and Bentons gon rAJ broken down by Illness and exhaustion Is borne by am bulance to tho capital and bids Fred go lu search of his prisoner friend How the tables of war have turned Four months ago that young Virginian lay in clover at Charlottesville petted and soothed by the prettiest girls to be found In the court of Queen Rosalie while Denton prisoner patient moped in huffy dignity and merited semine glect Now the Virginian lies in splints and a stuffy room in parboiled Wash ington far from tho pretty girls of Albemarlo yet assiduously cared for by their queen Washington Is now one vast hospital whoso walls echo night and day the moan of fevered sufferer the dull thunder of distant guns the rumble of rolling cannon tho tramp of soldier hosts for Lee has leaped the Potomac and gone ca reering northward toward the Pennsyl vania line Pope McDowell and SIgel have retired In favor of McClellan Hooker and Porter the little chief again called to the fore white the manager of the sack campaign sits down to figure out the twlstlngs turn- Ings and doublings of the hare that wouldnt be caught until there were hares enough to smother tho hounds It is a fortnight of fruitless recrimination of pushing for place and not for the foe of intrigue and slander of loyal victims and disloyal triumph It Is a fortnight in which the fortunes of the union seem drifting to the lowest ebb with all the mud and slime and wreck ago and putrescence hitherto hidden In the surging tide of the campaign now revealed to public gaze a stench to public nostrils It is a fortnight of funerals Ah what hundreds of gallant boys have wo to mourn what scores of noblo names on both sides Wrung to the uttermost is the great lonely pitying heart of him now day and night striving to bring order out of chaos hope out of the slough of despond victory from dire and persistent defeat Small wonder Is It that In the contemplation of the tremendous peril that confronts the nation Lincoln can find little tlmo to listen to innumerable personal appeals to Individual claims presented by insistent senators to the stories of selfseeking selfsufficient patriots demanding the doing of this the undoing of that It is a fortnight in which Stanton at the war office Is overwhelmed with work and worry and grows even more testy and Imper ious It Is a fortnight in which despite orders and precautions swarms of officers who should bo with their com mands are buzzing about congress and the caravanserais when every man Is needed at the front and thousands are sulking at the roar when the regiments of the Army of the Potomac nnd of Virginia that marched forth In the springtide in such splendid array with such Crowded ranks are silently shah buy supping through the outskirts mere ragged shadows of their former selves yet to their everlasting credit be It said loyal and subordinate still and confident In their faith that they can tft whip Lee It Is a fortnight In IT IS I which many anti many a sadfaced sol- dIer comes away from tho war department even froln the white house domed a favor that at any other time would havo been accorded as by right and one September evening Denton and the squire summoned to accompany their senator to tho president are witnesses to a scene that wrings tholr very hearts The squire has been long enough near Washington to become an ardent administration man Only twice in tho past has he seen the plain unassum ing western lawyer the humorous M C who had not reputation enough to command an audience when in 59 he came to speak at the squires homo city but later when they met at the Tremont in Chicago was the rival of tho little giant Douglas In joInt debate Now just as Douglas had held the hat of the victorious Lincoln dur ing his Inaugural address eo would Squire Denton go to any longtb to back this inspired and as Benton is now beginning to believe Godgiver leader More troops must be had without de lay is the burden of what the senator says Will Denton go west at once and use his utmost Influence Benton will He ban only come he says to assure himself that Fr U Is safeto see Elinor now scorning the sea breezes of Capo May and Insisting on her right to be useful its a nurse among the hospitals I Thou the squire will start within the day Meantime says thu senator we must sell tho president and then there Is a further muttered conversation that Fred cannot hear nor does ho caro to His ono thought after seeing that Jack Chlilon lacks nothing after one little word per haps with Jacks no longer Imperious aister Is to rujoln the division is it comes through frith tho now icojgan Itlpg corns Hut nit nuwhlle It Is the senators wish they jtoulfl both go I with him to the white house and there amidst tho throng of Impor IsIi mcnt In the First brigade holding low toned conversation with a portly dig I filled man In black swallowtailed coat high stock and silken waistcoat to whom their western statesman bows with deference and then whispers to them his name Then the colonel turns and Denton Is moro startled to see how sad sorrowstricken and hag gard he looks The matter Is soon ox plained though the colonel speaks with choking voice Isis son a lieutenant In the Fifth New YorkDuryeas IOU avesuad been down with Chickahom fay fever at Newport News so ill that the mother had hastened thither nursed him through and then stayed and cared for dozens of poor boys whose mothers could not possibly reach them and so sapped her own strength and finally succumbed and now her coffined body lies hero at the wharf Their sympathetic general had given thoiberoaved soldier permis Mos to turn over the con rnand of the regiment temporarily and to seek at Stantons hands a fourdays leave Just time enough to take the beloved and honored dust back to tho home where weeping younger children await It Then the last sad rites performed manhoodhis heart and life Is laid away he will return Instantly to his duty his com mand Impossible will It be for them to catch Lee within that time No battle can occur that will Involve tho old division but Stanton sternly says no bids him ship the remains that night If need be but rejoin his regl ment before tho morning The brigade is marching through this moment says the colpnel with quivering lips but the senator brought me hereto the president I have telegraphed to a brother to como if Imust go and the haggard eyes look In dumb appeal into tho equally haggard face of Lincoln who Inclines that everpatient ear to both as again the sad pathetic tale Is told Ob the pity and sorrow and sympathy In tho deepset somber eyes the anguish In the rugged features as ho hoars the words Stanton says no because the brigade Is marching through this mo mont For an Instant the strong hands are clenched and uplifted almost as though In appeal to Heaven but though the deep voice breaks and trembles though the pallid lips twitch with pain the answer comes Inflexibly And no It must bet Not a man not a musket can we spare It may be the vary crisis of tho war and I should be false to my trust If I did not hold myself and every soldier to tho duty of the hour Lot the dead bury their dead I cannot rob a regiment of Its leader at such a time And tho two mon the sorely griev ing colonel the sorelytried command erInchIef look one Instant Into each others swimming eyes There Is a soldier salute but utter silence and the colonel turns away You dont need me here gulps Fred a moment later I cm going to see If I can help the colonel Thorns no one with him Ill come to you father later at WHlards And so It happens that riding at the earliest dawn to catch the division Benton passes a carriage at the out skirts of Georgetown preceded by a cavalry sergeant who speaks a word to sentries or patrols of tho provost guard to the end that the vehicle with Its attendant brace of troopers meets no detention whereas he an aidede camp going on duty haste account for himself every few blocks Some belated general thinks be as once clear of the streets he spurs swiftly up the Rockville pike Just as the pallid light Is creeping into tho eastward sky Ben ton reins In at the challenge of a sentry and the sight of a tented field Behind him In the lower ground feebly glow tho night lights of George town Beyond them lies the great straggling city Here close at band a sentry paces slowly by tiio roadway recognizes the ald docamp at once and bids trim advance A dim light burns In a nearby wall tent Yes sir the colonel got back soon after three Is the answer to his question as swinging out of saddle Benton throws the reins over a fence post and scratches at tho tent flap Tis I colonel buly Benton I stopped to seoBut the tent Cap is thrown back from within and a voice bids him en ler Ive been writing tomy poor motherless babies chokes the colonel and then at last breaks down bows his humbled head upon his arm on the rude camp table that shakos with the sobs wrung from an almost bursting heart Who can picture much less soothe a grief llko this Denton has seen him time and again over alert ready vigorous on tho march cheery and cordial in all manner of wind end weather Inspiring commanding mag nificent In battle Godlike almost in hIs superb dominion over men But it Is the strong and soldierly and virile that love the deepest and that suffer most when robbed of tho hearts Idol and delight The bravest are tho tenderest The loving are tho daring And in wordless sympathy Denton can only lay his hand upon tho massive shoulder whllo tho teardrops well from his own brimming eyes And then there are voices low and deep without the tent and then a foot fall close at band and a tall dark form enveloped in a cloak looms be tween them and the gathering dawn nnd Denton staring and only halt credulous stammers tho question Who Is It1 Then both men stand erect and face the newcomer at the fret sound of his deep yet trembling Tolce It is JAbtnraro Lincoln Can It i j ever bo written save la reTcmaeeT If have coma to you pntiauso til night long since you leftJ could think of nothing else I have not slept I have been pacing the floor un til I could stand it no longer You came to mo last night In your Borrow and I treated you like a dog Fjr give me colonel Take her back to your children and wheq you have laid her away and comforted them then return 16 us Go sirit Is my order and wringing tho soldiers hands tho president turns again to the core and trials tho cruel anxieties of another day but tho dee lIncd face uplifted to the glory of the dawn shines trans figured with a radiance Indescribable with who can say what Infinite cheer and comfort and blessing from on high CHAPTER XIX KILLED IN FRONT OP TUB GUNS How are Uio mighty fallenl at least In point of numbers Still under the leadership of sharpeyed sharp tongued Gibbon the brigade hu trudged awar to South mountain feel ing not a llttlr cocky In Its new name Manfully again has It grasped tbo hot end of the poker being sent Into the very jaws of Turners gap with Colquitt and hU Georgians directly confronting it rind Evans raking tho doubled line frum the hill on tho right Again duos the Seventh catch It hard from the flank losing moro than a third of Its men Again do the Black Hats sail In with their accustomed saucy vim and vigor tieIng tho Roosters In the total of losses Again are the big Napo Icons tho pets of battery B lugged Into line side by aide with the Foot and mightily do they bellow and roar In this resounding amphitheaterthe eastward slope of the ridge It Is the second force fight In which these powerful guns manned by picked men from the brigade take their share of hard knocks with the four battalions but a fiercer fight Is yet to follow only three days awayone which welds the battery still more firmly to Its supports On tho far right flank In front of Shnrpsburg across the sleepy An tlotam It comes In for ita hardest pounding of all the stirring campaign But by this time mid September at Lees daring determined followers halt on the heights of the oM Maryland town wIth the Potoiouo encircling them from northwest to south the winding Antletam protecting their front how cruelly are they too reduced I in numbers Our old opponents the Stonewalls In their entire array i can barely muster 500 men Regiments aro commanded by captains oompa j niBS by sergeants and as It Is with Jackson so it Is with Longstreet whose brigades like those of Kerapor and Plekett are cut to shreds while some battalions are reduced to the front of a platoon Yet these are the follows less than 40000 all told who backed up to the great river with all their trains and all their wounded to care for still confidently look to Leo and serenely face McCIeilan whose force in men and guts Is more than twice their own I Doubleday It Is who now takes the lead anti crossing the Antietam on the afternoon of tho 10th bears down front the oxtremo flank upon the spent wait- Ing foe- First In column as It circles the front tho old division moves ID to the morning attack at the right of Hook ers embattled line and right of the line of the old division Is the doubled rank of the oldtho Iron brigade It Is tho dawn of n dreadful ooi To De Continued Ilrn i Dulls A traveling salesman from New York found himself obliged to stop over for tho night In a certain Alajbama town In which there was no I tel Tho bOIl accommodations that tho salesman could secure were In tho house of a farmer on the outskirts of the town and even then he could obtain n room He occupied a cot she hall nnd to screen him from InI serration a sheet was hung tho passageway During the night I the salesman awoke to find himself In a terrible draft Tho wind was flapping the ouVtain about in a most alarm lag way Naturally enough be began to grumble In the words of his host Ho set up a drefful racket When tho muster of the house silted what was tho trouble the man Irvin New York said Look here Thorns a dreadful draft hero you know You might at least furnish me with w vfl of to lock doorYoutba CompanIonIa by Dean Ramsay years ago of two old I ladles of his church Was It n f a wonderful thing said ono of ItemIthat the Brcetlih were aye ous over the French In battle Not t a bit said tho other dluna jc ken the Breollslnay their prayers wrforo gaen Into battle Aye returned the first but canna tho Frenchmen say their prayers as well The reply I was Hoot Jabborln bodies Whiz could undorstan them 1 I Clothed About A story whose origin Is attributed to Oliver Ilerford relates that a friend entering the Players club one evening saw tho humorist surrounded by tho group of admirers who usually I gathered about him to enjoy his talk Ah Oliver remarked the surrounded by your coterierlemlI usual Yes rejoined Mr likewise by my pantcrlc upi pry ca tericArgonaut1Ienppulnlluw A precocious youth telegraphed to his parente on their golden wedding day Is marlargn a failure The old couple laid their heads to gather and presently made answer No but Its results sometimes ay tRtrix Stories SCOOTERING FOR LIFE How Jim Rescued Ills Father from Death in the Ice Shove by ills Staunch Little Craft Ton great Inland salt sea nf the South bay was frozen over while and smooth from mainland to txiarh lint the south winds lead boKUii to blow end vague ghostly notac stoic over the great expanse says the IhllaOulphln Inquirer Sometimes they sounded like the wall of a faraway storm but there was no storm nometlmoH they wmittliM like cannon fired miles away at sen Inn there were no ships off nliorc tiring can non sometimes they sounded llko tho peaceful longdrawn eight of a IIlcIHrIA stranger would havo been hopelessly to say what thtwo Blrangu sounds were or meant but the buy men knew and all along the nillrm or chute mon hurried to drag boats OH far up tin the land an they couM and In secure houses and piers with chains rupa+ anti apllm- tThe ice was Retting ready to move that Is what the walling and the UMIIII Ing and the sighing meant hoop un der the client motionless itnrfuco the tine was loooetiliiK Uio floou limb by Inch IfII1lookoetitary shanty two niHos fiom hmri perched on aytln lu the very udddle of the while plain Funny I ranl see atythingof liira said the boy to hlmsdlf Him was his father Caul Un land Ho had Bono til hM nhutity widt- hrrrsranaII n inK BUD FROM lilt TO WATBlt stood on the marsh by his oyster grounds to look after things and Jim knew that It was high time for him f get back to shore If he were to eacnp the lee shove Capt Ruland knew It even better than his son did for from the shanty could bo seen a vast barrier of Ice plied Into hills ten and fifteen feet high by Milo and wind Capt bland knew well that when this mighty mass began to move as It might at any moment when the tide began to run strongly It would mako tho wont icoshovo of many years and that strong as his shanty was there was amplo reason to fear that It might bo crushed But ho was helpless to escape for a Sofia had fallen on his leg and broken it that morning Ho dragged himself into tho Kkanty anti lay there BO helpless hat be could not oven hoist the Hag at halt maat to signal for help Luckily his son Jim small uft hs was did not need anyone to toll him that something was wrong Ho hurried along the shore to the little cova whore bo kept his tiny scooter Ibo scooter U tho queerest boat In the world It is a llatboitomoil thing barely big enough to hold two mon and It carrlea a great mainsail nail jib On IU bottom are metal runners one along each side of the keel Whore tho ire U strong and smooth the aonotnr skate along exactly like an Iceboat except that It Is Bt erod altogether with bS sails because It has no nuldrr itui when the Mooter approacheaopen water or wide creeks In the leo or vert thin spate that cannot support IIi weight it does not have to sheer off like the ordinary iceboat but beads at It and dives straight into the water Fast as Jim worked tho lido was faster When ho had sailed up and slipped out of the cove he found n groat and alarming change in tbo fields of ico Great cracks had opened In many directions tho waiting and booiuiut sounds camo moro and moro often and with each one a new crack would open Here and there whole floes moved slowly Toward the inlet the whlto field was undulating Jim know that It was a race for lIfo then lie could have turned heck to shore easily but the thought novor entered his head Ho trimmed In his shoot and spud straight for the little black shanty Over and over again be struck much Ice that made a halt solid halt liquid mixture through which even the won derful scooter hardly could go Once a big floe broke away with a crash and a roar just as the boat was on It and tho tremendous dip and roll like that of a falling Iceberg nearly overwhelmed the Uny craft Uu Jim wQSa lI nor boy ttld he reached the shanty at last smarted tv till shin but sate rust in time Jim xoo tioyjwM hit father Wo havenl M minute to spare The ahove Is nn and thanlmnly IB going to BO Hurry and help me to crawl to the boat t They did hurry but even as the ncuoler Rot under way again there tams a dull rumble like that of a heavy fialglil train going over a wooden bridge Jim kwkod over hh shoulder and saw till great Ito harrier inovluu down after them Tbo hllla of Ice ruble and came down In nuns Other hills arose at once Irt their places fortod up by tin rnIKhIXriprtwsurC nniltrnritth Great cakes of hit four eat thick and n hundred feet across henvnd ihoinHclvnionendsbonA green lu the win and full with thunder The ebb lido pushed behind 20 square tulles of water striving to Rd out to sea Fast as tho ncoolrr called tho bay iwm knew tlmt the Ironhove was mov lug Inner Before they bad sailed a IhouBnml feet the ire was boglnnlngto writhe and hllluw under them There was only one hnlle nnd that was to sail straight for thu mainland without turn IIIR aside for anything The least bit of inning or fanliiK off would make the boat lute way enough so that the thou sands of tons nf Ice that Wero tumbling and crash InK behind them would catch thorn ami that would mean tho Instant mid of the saunter So Jim wiled Buiaek into air holes drove handhiiiK at great hummocks wtHBltMl through mush lee bY helping till boat slung with his plkepole ami ikirtwl over drilling Ooesj as If the boat were a ami Just M to tnueh rfli mainland ha- roukl hrar the roar of the shave al HMMt is his eon but be 4kl not turn to MIlk Uttlrkty he gav a lead to hIs father std helped him up tko beach to- lilah lass When he turned the scooter was gone Par an Instant be caw IU- Riant tuna In the lee That was the last h ever MW of It- KtirtJwr iMt toward the Islet were aowo Mack spteksou Use t1 qtng Near They were the rains of the shanty Jim ItulnMl hud been jMt In time BARREL JUMPING A IllIle Trlek Cenneeted Therewith Whlrli It Is Werth a Beys While to Understand Many a hay who to a first rate stand IDle bread Jumper wtll bo slumped ut terly U barrel Jumping It la no easy thing and tlkr many sports kind It requires a knack to wfrtktlt We will suppose that several of your boy friends can beat you In astandlnR broad Jump When you tell these chaps that you can turn the tables on them In barrel Jumping they will naturally scoff aiyauandftay Well net your bar ref and well show you Tbeu you get your barrel Make them jump first They will climb on the barrel which lies Innocent whenyouIB that no jumper must stay on tho bar rel more than 30 seconds ono or two of them will bo out of It from tho start JUMPlTIIK VKUNU WAY TO for they will be quite unable to gel their balance in that time so they can got In their favorite Jumping position Tho bOlt of them will bo stile to Jump but a few feet from theIr ticklish perch for the barrel will roll beneath them offdrlng no resistance to the backward push of their feet when they try tu Jump Now you yourself take a turn You stand about two feet from the barrolIand Jump lightly upon It but the In stant your feet touch It you Jump again and sail through tho air landing several feet beyond tho farthest mark made fIIIJ by tho others The secret Is that momentum of your first Jump carries UtoIforward and that when you jump the barrel you loop straight up In tho t air not forward for the momentum of fareenoughlends resistance from that direction while there Is nono to keep the carrel in plats when the others leap straight forward front It I a Furniture Now and nil tho timo in nn end less variety to suit either rich t r or poo- rStoves Organs Stovos to burn nnd Organs fro llfiOOup Sewing Machines SingersI2000 Other makes down to nothing I Watnh for tho spring opening of lOOTi Iron Bola nod call on R H Chrisman I Opposilo Welchs Phone 20 Coo a I At bin near dnp- ot3c to 14c DolhIrtocl forf 4c to 15c g7 Phonn 2- iChas L Hanson FOR SALE I Con good house and lot In the e end of Boron locatad on Prospect Street Thn house has five plaster d rooms and two sealed rooms A far garden spot and extra good Can bought right Mao a sinnll housn antI lot la Wai laceton Ky vIlha good garden five mites what of B roa Ky Two churches anti n eohoolhousa in sight For further particulars call on E B WALLACE Phone at B rea Ky I Se McGuire i Pis at all lines thoroughly pwpnrfd if to deal with eye troubles Youtu oxnmjned by tho very best cant ht optical instruments His work given satisfaction for prices on nil his work r arc right Lenses refitted within II few days after taking tho order If you have any defect of vision it will pay you to look over his stock anti receive correct treatme- ntOPTICIAN Berea Ky For Sale i About ton or twelve build lug loU on the Louisville nod Nashville railroad one half mile from Boron near Horca brick and tiling fac tort in n fine locality unit neighborhood Can bo ought right For further particulars call onIL B MOORE Berea Kyi= j Ce F Hanson H LICENSED EMBALMER v AND UNDERTAKER 1 Successor to B R Robinson attendedAll calls promptly to night nd day Telephone No 4 Baron Ky It1 i 11iTiitTlT 1I I The Home JENNIE LESTER RILL Editor mA Receipt For Cheerfulness A woman has not mode n successful placoShotown tho test cook tho most dexter OIIH hand at fancy work lint silo is not u real lonno maker if you dont feel happy in her homo if you dont recognize an air of brightness and l youAIIIIun less it is n plcsant place to live inI It mustnt remind you all the lvhil that someone is worn out taking car I1WI1Yincovered with n crash bib and tit chandelier drapedacid each thing in I the spot to which it has been appar tlmllIIurritlltA room to make you welcome look as though the family 1I1IIIItI live in it it must look simple oat to suggest work and pretty a to suggest taste and it must seen easy to keep in order and just enough in noglcctll1jJllOfO nn open fire and cushions near it and books at your hand whomever you sit and bookshelves low enough t reach and little tables handy for vor basket or book or lump In other words a room must have lIklnglwhicha woman OlS own jIas is consistent with the expression of her love for good art and cheerful newt And in furnishing her rooms she must consider Just two points of view What will lx effectively duniblo and what will IMJ easy to keep clean First of all sho must do away with i it i rubasho a They bury fathoms decltlmt must fetish of They add n variety of beauty to n clonesprel Their hygienic value is incalculable ufoIdust for u season ISvery time ft is swept it is clone allover Thuru is an immediate piotest many wumetj to the effect that bn floors are much trouble to keep clean I know there is such tmdltiollIEnd if Roars were oiled waxed lCklovery busy housekeeper would Ie justified in refusing thou tinge dark Madras curtains that dont have to IHJ wasted and hard wood loather funitiire that doesnt have to ho brushednut forllll lifIhave a house especially tho living room cheerful and pretty and from fortablo than to have it stiff nod plain and full of work Most housekeepers work more than slttlllsroomWhl1u tho of what tho create Misdi troUhlolitiIIus j HHHS 1 I I I I I I JtH I HlHH The School i JOKE WIRT DIKSMORB Editor HIHHIHlHHIHIlHT Problems of the District School CIIUTHR III SECUniXQ A SCHOOL Tho best way for a beginner to IIppliClitionillreservedly anti present your tests monials Your lest recommendation willilelicitimpressionIfness it will IMS in your favor One should act naturally sail be at case remembering that all affectation but gItone has tho right to look woll Costly clothing is not necessary butt should bo neat clean east well fit tings There nro people who always look well dressed no matter what the quality of their clothes It is in tho growing rather titan the quality or the style A neat lint and polishes shoes add much Collar and necktie are also important matters they protollsionThogeneral appearance No part of ones dress should attract special nt tention Sore have the idea that if we are going among farmers we tam only win their approval by dressing as they do It does not follow unless wo engage in the kind of work they do Most people like to see a teach er well dressed that is with good plain well kept clothes Over plain ness is not commendable and sloven lines is unoxciiBiiblo teal should not be endured Good manners and affability are essential If you cannot apply in person write n neat business letter asking for the position stating your fitness on closing testimonals and giving refer Rtampforbubly count for or against you more than the testimonials of your friends A mispolled word or nn error in grammar would be likely to frost you the position you are seeking and it ought to ThinKS to Avoid Irroe appttClmtllBou competitor it is not your place to toll ittIt candidates for schools against bribery lUallYIat n certain price or to turn over a portion of the money drawn or some other inducement One teacher told the writer h hndlIlCurt1 n school by furnishing a quart of whiskey to- i the right man Bribery in any nail every form is Hebexrkwill accept n brine and no man or cullinJotlof 1HHHlHHHHHHHlHl The Fatm 1 SILAS CHBBVER MASON Editor 11 I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I IrI I I I I I I I THE FARMERS EDUCATION D A Oickson hits the nail when vealInof e e h needs to know how to think us ao1 as how to do He needs to know much about fanning but ho needs also to know tho relating of farming to other things True education will teach him to respect his calling roHpneolro farmingI1n t n mer Hell never be nothing but a IuotatlonsButmoro fully in another article Tho t6te idsta boyisono does the farmers boy need to know grnnunnr and the use or tau guage He must know how to read p uxprun relrtinthose farmers who studied arithmetic first last sail nil the time when boyR can read these thorough RndlOliciRO rex rts uudorstandiiigly The tarmac needs n thorough ed ucation that he may be thorough in all things his business included Ho needs an honest education that ho may be honest in thought honest dUl1lingsButhonest and that all other classes are combined to rob theta and further they think they must bo sharp in noighbotllt business And you will find that to many tanners the word sharp i trickyNowwhore you are off Any tool can be tricky but it takes a smart man to slighthisIthoroughlysoon that ho was robbing himself whenever he failed to do his own work properly When u locator liLSI about quality or when ho delhofllj oods inferior to sample ho IImlII broader education would put him above such narrow agreestohour he tries to do so nut how many fanners taro whether they are prompt or not P Time farmers ignor ance makes hits careless as to his 1ord From not being thorough he goes to being not prompt from not being prompt he goes to being not honest and this creates business dill trust and makes business men distrust tho farmers all alike Iron the honest farmers suffer for time many crooked ones sail all suffer alike Pretty haul this No I have lost thousands of dollars because h tanners did not keep their words with me Only yesterday L waited two hours to meet n man who wanted to buy n pig He did not come I lost that limo nnd was forced to dis appoint others Late last night this former drove up and wanted to see those pigs He had been to a ball game all tlay and thought he could pick out a pig as well in the night as in the day time All pigs looked alike to him just about then and I c sorryFewdone us more harm than sham education Hatched product education is not necessary but we need to be taught to think to do and to judge correctly Much of a far mers education cue IMS obtainedat home Less loafing around the saloons and more reading farm journals Time farmer who conscientiously nail thoroughly follows the news of the week in the Tribune coaledaapron news of the week let him stuffy studyawork as ho finds it in this paper and it will not le long before he will feel stronger and more capable His neighbor will notice the difference nnd respect him accordingly He will become interested in other agricultural journals and farm will become more productive nail more valuable Education then must be thorough sail it must be brood profitbupon one lino alone is apt to be erroneous Good schools for the farmers boys and girls will cost Arvery your taxes stands between good schools and poor schools Start the chil iron right Secure thorough anti honest teachers regardless of cost Dr Richard H Wood Montroso Mich Thorough bred Plymouth Rock eggs VOc a setting Mrs las A Todd Paint Lick An Impression gaylibHe seem to have a lot to say And nothing much to do- naehington Star ItepnrtIFortune TcllerOli It Isnt any too brink It Unt easy to make u fortune telling them New York Press A Verr Evident Truth Old adage lire often right Per Initanee you will nnd The dude who dre e out of light mTndii Pre A Higher Law Doesnt the constitution guarantee a man the right of tree speech Yes unless lea a married man Chicago RecordHerald Much I Life A tombstone epitaph aeemt to be A ease of posthumous tome praiseHDetroit Tribune Illirht Among Them There are lots of Rood point about Sniltherley Yea he works In n needle factory Detroit Fret Press So Wonder She cooked tor him n rarebit In her chafing dish One day And still the maiden wonders Why the young man stays away Ilotton Globe THINGS THEATRICAL It Is probable ttthe flrst perform mice of MiiMcagnra new opera Ami en will take place In Monte Carlo on March 1 next Lucky Durham time American rights to which are controlled by 1 law C KrlangiT soon opera at the Knick erbocker theater New York David liixplmm la reciting a transla flan of WlldenbruchH poem Tho Song of the Witch to an orchestral accompaniment by Max Schillings AwatenlaunRtwo months hits stopped payment The French spent still draws good houses Douglas JnlrbankH the young actor Who did clever work In the role of Iandry Court III ttio Pit nt the lyr- Ic theater New York has entered the Held of musical comedy Puccini who hiss boon In London to Isupcrlutend some of his operas in the Italian xcnson there told u newspaper man here that he was thinking of writing un opera based on Victor Hu Notre flume byatile In the all star Two Orphans or ganization when Grace George has to retire to make preparations for the pro Unction of her new play beTOWNSomething should be done to make It more perilous for policemen to promote oa crime than for professional crlml nals to commit It Newark News We are coming to u larger apprecla thecen opartner In themllotou Transcript Organizations of voters witch seek to keep bad wen out of ofllce and to ave good men elected which enforce standards of good government are the guardians of the business of a city St Louis Hipublic 4 BEAR IN MIND 4 That you owe it to yourself to buy goods where you can get tlje most forpiyour money and the bestCin quality 01 VJJP This Is What We Give You WHY 10 j r Because this is a OnePrice CashStore x n- and we sell for cash only No Losses i II DRUGS A complete line of Patent Medicines all the old standards such as Chamberlains and DeWittsI Bells Pine Tar Honey etciPrescriptions carefully compounded from pure and fresh drug sonly Also keep in stock in uptodate quality STATIONERY TOILET ARTICLES PAINTS AND OILS FRUITS CANDIES GROCERIES QUEENSW ARE AND HARDWARE t All goods delivered promptly Give us a call Phone 12 a East End Drug Co Hiram Croak the Oldest Soldier The oldest soldier hi the world no fur as can be ascertained Is Hiram Croak of Dunbrook Oneida county N Y who fought In time war of 1812 sad la the only surviving veteran and pensioner of that war Elaborate arrangements are now being made by military au thorities and patriotic societies to give him a big funeral when be dies but at 101 he Is still strong nail U determined- to enjoy life while It lasts hiding a Crocodile Pernelet the crocodile tamer has caused considerable of a sensation In Berlin by his exhibitions of these ant mals The tamer sits lu a chair In the middle of a large basin filled with water and surrounded by glass walls through which the performance may witnessed lie rails to him Fatuiu the largest and tamest of the family Bho will swim to his side put her feet his knees and lifting her horrid HMUth to his take from It n piece of 0mt Then Pernelet will climb on her buck and she will swim around Beggar Hired Baltic Women beggars la London who think that they can excite more pity soil BO get more money It they have a baby with them can rent a baby for 12 cents n day at several places In the city u 0BU fJRhodus has just put in a carload of fertilizer Call him up at ouch andsecure your seasons supply Almhlli Stlckplnn In Vogue The bicycle and even the automobile having hnd their respective days na models for trinkets the airship Is mom Ing to the tore with n rush and 1005 way see a craze tor stickpins brooches shawlplns bracelet clasps and even bangles exceeding the popularity pos sessed by Its predecessors says the lelalllliSpottordclose relative recently n lace pin of din monde grouped In the form of one of time aerial cruisers that won tame in the west lu the past summer The cvi Inder la of aluminium ns In the glnnt model but the ear blazes with bril limits and the propeller blades are dia monds cut to the shape t FOR SALE halGOnear Berea or 55 cents at the farm SHELBY C TUDOR Berea Ky Farmers when you want Fertilize call on C C Rhodes Ho Iran n carload Price 20 mud S24 per 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Anyon MBdlBf ni Orntir1riw lrd MbKripUciu will NMlr TM est ywr BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 6rI c BT CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishing in every r room All service firstclass Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop in connection 41CHARLES JACOBS Prop toeond street oppose Court UOUM Richmond Ky i I Ploasant and Harmloss Dont drug thu stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the inflammation out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A WhoopingJr relieves a cough in one minute be causo it acts first on the mucous mem brane right where the cough troubles thelk Co and all Medicine Dealers ice Cream J4 All Flavors lea Cream Soda Fruit Flavors Florida and California Fruits Early Vegetables jt Jt jt Phono JOES No 58 1Select Grocer and Caterer Richmond Ky LTho Colonels Watorloo HoneyGroveloo from Liver and Kidney Trouble In a recent letter I was nearly dead of these complaints and although I tried my family doctor he did me no good so I ot a roc bottle of your great Electric Bitters which cured me I consider them the beat medicine on earth and thank God who gavo you the knowleJge to make them Sold and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia Biliousness and Kidney Disease by the East End Drug Co at GOc a bottle 4 Miller House fitted up Meals and Boar and Lodging at populu prices Next door to Joes t R G Engle Prop Main St Richmond Ky A Dostructlve Flro r To draw the fire out of a burn or heala cut without leaving a scar use De Vitt 8 Witch H zel Salve A Bpecific for piles Get tho 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 tho market Every family should keep it on hand andis t Williams ill better prepar ed tbau ever to do your WATCH t CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean big and Pressing a specialty 5 Work guaranteed W A Williams Vain Street Berea Ky Strikes Hlddon Rocks When your ship of health strikes the hidden locks of Consumption Pneumonia etc you nrp lost if you dont get help from Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption J W SpringsAlaPneumonia under the care of two doctors but was getting no better KingsNewrelief and ore bottle curedme Sure cure for sore throat bronchitis cough and colds Guaranteed at East End Drug Co price BOo Bud f100 Trial bottle free Jesus the Good Shepherd SsadaySchoolLeseesitorApd121905Speddty LESSON TEXTJohn 10MS Memory verses 17 18 Read also John 10141 sad Psalm 3 lea 401911 GOLDEN TEXTI nm the Good Shepherd the Good Shepherd glvelh hU lit for tho sheepJohn 1011 TlJtE otober A D 29 at the Feast ot Tabernacles the same aa the last three lessons of laat quarter- PLACEJerusalem and vicinity SCniPTtrUE REFERKNCK8The good Shepherd Oen 4924 Ila t3 FOI Lack 141116 x 31 Compare thla list with th descriptive characterUUcs found In John 10 Especially place ask 34 stile by side with John 10181 Other References In the New Testament Luke 1547 Matt 1S1M4 Hcb 1JM John 117 1017 1837 I Pet 2 Under Shtphenla Good translated also pastors Eph 411 Jer 316 Dad Lack 34110 Jt 1210 Jesus the DOST John 146 Eph Sll Comment and Suggestive Thought Prof E H Plumptre In his Lazarus and Other Poems suggests that there Is strong reason to believe that Laza rus was one of the Jewish rulers that he was the rich young ruler Mark 101722 whom Jesus loved and to whom he bade to sell all he had and follow Him but who at the time refused to do It With this family was one uf the homes of the homeless Jesus They loved Jesus and Jesus loved them and lie visited them oftener than any other family Not more than five or six weeks before this at the Feast of Dedication Jesus was their guest and Mary sat at Ills feet to learn while Martha was busy with her household duties for Ills entertainment Luke 103842 After Jesus left Lazarus was taken sick It may be by one of the sudden sharp and frequently fatal fevers of Palestine such as that from which Jesus delivered Peters wifes mother and It is implied that the assault had assumed an alarm ing form V 32 Fell downat His feet and spoke the same words as those with which her sister had greeted Jesus The thought must have been continually in their minds and often repeated to one another Lord It thou hedst been here my brother had not died V 33 He groaned In the spirit Groaned not in outward expression but in his Inmost soul Tho Greek word for groaned expresses a strong feeling of indifnation mingled with grief lie beheld death in all its eorfuluess as the wages of sin and all the worlds Woos of which this was but a little sample rose up before his eye all the mourners and all the graves were present tot him And was troubled Greek he troubled himself precisely as a man distressing himself or troubling himself or making himself anxious Exp Greek Test V 35 Jesus wept Shed tears wept silently an entirely different word from the weep and weeping of tho mourners In vs 31 33 It is well that this short sentence should be In a verse by itself the shortest verse In the Dlbltt but one of the most blessed V 36 Behold how He loved him The word for love Is the more sionate word used In v 3 by the slaters not the higher word used of Jesus in v 6 by the Evangelist laying emphasis on friendshipV Could not this man which opened the eyes of the blind This was the last most widely known and most marvelous miracle which had bnwrought In Jerusalem only two or three months before The Inference was natural and just V 38 Cometh to the grave R V tomb It was a cave The numer ous sepulchers which skirt the valleys on thin north llUIt and south of Jeru salem exhibit fort the most part one general mode of construction- V 39 Ho bath been dead four days and therefore Marthsjnferr d naturally that decay had begun- V 40 Said I not unto thee lIe had doubtless repontedto Martha what He had said to Ills disciples v U if thou didst believe Trust In the good Rees and power and promises of Jesus See the glory of God They would see a work of God which would manifest His power and love to mon which would exalt his Son as the Messiah and bring divine blessings to the family to Ills disciples and to the world V41 JasuslIftedupHUeyeSk Anat ural simple but expressive act of wor shipV 42 Because of tho people which stand by I said it So that they would know that Ills power was from God and recognize Ills relation to God 43 lie cried with a loud voice Lazarus come forth As one would speak loud to awaken a sleeper It was loud in order that all the people who had come t to the tomb might realize whence the power came V 44 And ho that was dead came forth bound band and foot with grave clothes It was the Jewish custom to wrap the dead comparatively loosely In a winding sheet or shroud which would have Impeded though not prevented arising and walking Abbott V 46 Many believed on him Lazarus henceforth was a perpetual sermon on the loving power of Christ Arrow PointsI The atheist cannot find Coil for the same reason that the thief cannot and policemanWhen heart Is In Heaven it does not suffer from palpitation every time It sees the collection coming 1 he extent of your friendship depends not on the people who love you but on the number of people you can love Its not much use talking to the hun gry about the Kingdom of Heaven until you show them the kindness of eartu Rams Horn I SMattnn 1h1rnn wra el- 1ltttinua bra tn tl1nnli By CHARLES L RAINE General Secretary of Boot mil Shoe Worker Union HERE is no necessary conflict between trade schools as such conducted by the state and trade unions Unionism has ever been the foremost advocate of the fullest and freest op portunities for all to acquire an education The trade school adhering to its true principles work and objects is in the interest of workers employers and industries The principle underlying the trade school and the opportunities and advan tages it places within the reach of the individual are the prin ciples opportunities and advantages of education and insep arable from unionism The state or public school solves for the individual the problem of how lJ acquire n t Cl1l11cal knonhugc of- and practical efficiency in any chosen trade or industrial pursuit for a livelihood The trade union is the led logical step of the graduate of the trade school Here the work of the trade union begins It must direct its power influence and energy to safeguarding the trade school the work crs school from the evil designs of employers afld unionize the grad uatesJIt cannot hope to successfully maintain a high standard of wages and conditions by denying to rising generations of workers the opportu nities to lit themselves to earn a livelihood A high standard of wngod aul conditions of employment must be maintained through qrgaiitzntlon of the workers That standard will be determined by the extent the workers absorb unionism The work and object of the trade school is in reality corelatcd with the work and objects of the trade union There arc no inherent evils connected with the trade school Doubtless the employer will take advantage of every opportunity to pervert the trade schoo for his own ends but this perversion niist be prevented by unionizing the students ami I not by denying or destroying their educational opportunities i Prganued labor views with suspicion the sincerity of the argument that trade schools are l1ec to he retention and surIc085futlycreasing surplus of skilled workers turned out yearly by tht trade schools wOuld give to the employers to attack wages and impose firm cowli tions of employment The problems growing out of trade schools must be sensibly met by trade unions Educate the workers outside and inside the tra kschu1 to the opportuniti advantages and necessity of unionism as a protect ve and promotive force operating in the interests of the workers let there be trade schools established throughout the land Make them trade union nroteee and safeguard them against the evil designs of the unfairly disposed employer and labor has noticing to fear front trade schools Jrrliettt tatltgaf fl1t Ntgrn LZatrr By BOOKER T WASHINGTON The masses of colored people at the south are very much in the posi tionof a race who arr entering upon life in n Hew country The prob lenu confronting a race who art laying the foundations of living in a new territory relate mainly to the securing of land the building of homes the production of food and the securing of educa tion It is because of these conditions which confront the masts of our people in the south that I advocatv the great importance of education not only of the head and heart but of tlu hand as well so that the foundation can be properly laid in the material directions to which I have referred In this connection I am glad to add that the old prejudice which existed I against industrial cilucatfon or hnife training some years ago amon pur people has almost completely diMp Tile present is the time foe thev negro to lay his foundations in tIt cputli I aud an be bought at cheap rates ot easy terms the agricultural Tabor mitt Ute skilled lab w arc very largely in rixyittnd of Mcmbcrk of my race And we Wilt continue to be a potent factor in the Rfeolf the south in this respect in otherlroIfClCslonsough economic foundation coupled with moral and religious training In many nspefts the neat 20 years are going to IK the mrst serious in the history nf the race VVithin this period it will Ix largely decided whether thinrjfro is going to hable to retain the hold which he now I hits upon thr industries of the southor whether his place will be filled by vhie people from a distance The only way tluitwc can prevent tin industries front dipping from the negro in all parts of the souths for all the educators ministers and friends of the ncfcio to unite to push for I ward in a wholewiled manner the industrial or business development of the negro either in sciiool or out of chtK tor both There should be a more vital and practical connect on between the negros educated brain and liia ojiortunity of earning his daily living i I repeat iJic industrial training will help cement the frinl hit of IrnrICCOOtrtllrce1jSay or think what we will it is the tangible or visible element that is going to tell largely Inuring the next years in the solution of the race problem Even white man will respect the negro who owns a twostory brick business block in the renter of town and has S5000 m the bunk When a black man is the largest taxpayer and owns and cul tivates the mast successful fann in his county his white neighbors will not object very long to iiis voting and to having his vote honestly count ed The black man who is the largest contractor in his town and lives ira twostory brick house is not likely to be lynched I know that what 1 have said is likely to suggest the idea that I have put stress upon the lower things of life the material that I overlooked the higher side the ethical and religious I do not hveI the higher or undervalue its worth All that advocate is not as an but as a meats I know as a race we have got to be patient in the laying of a firm foundation that our tendency is too often to get the shadow instead of the substance the apearancc rather than the reality Further I know that it is not an easy thing to make a good Chris tion out of a hungry man I mean that just in proportion as the race gets a proper industrial foundation gets habits of industry thrift econ I omy land homos profitable work in the same proportion will its moral and religious life be improved i TO DESTROY WILD CARROTS legislation in Massachusetts for the Extermination of Noxious Plants A bill Is ixmtllng In the Mossnchuhetta legislature to prevent the spread of wild carrots or parsnips It provides that every person or corporation owning lands within the state shall cut down or otherwise destroy all wild carrots grow lag thereon or growing in the highways adjoining the land on pain of a fine for every day of neglect This says the Portland Mr Press Is a matter which should receive attention In other states The weed In question Is comparatively new In these parts It Is but a few years since Its appear ance in any quantity was noticed but already It has spread through tinny parts of the stale and Infests the mow ing fields and roadsides far and wide What is everybodys business lit no bodys While many farmers keep their land free from the peat to a great extent their efforts are of little use so long ilK careless and lazy neighbors allow the weeds to flourish and go to seed unrestrained and so long M tko highways remain the nursery and breeding ground for them It U an easy plant to eradicate If the proper measures are taken as mowing or pull ing up by the roots before It goes to seed If allowed to mature It bean a feathery tuft of seed and these pro taking above the snow are whipped bjp the wind and blown In every direction to spring up the next summer The only way t01o0t rid of It is by concerted noo tlqn and tho only way to secure suet action appear to bo by some arch tItIod as proosed In MawnchiweiiK It should be the iuly of the towns to keep the public places clear of noxious plaals and It should be the duty of private land owners to do the same In roajfeet to their prvtnliHM GIVES FRUIT TOHOSPITALS As Result of Vivid Dream New Y rk MAn Donates Many Oranges The cominUjary department of OM of New Yorks lerx8lt hospital primar ily devoted to cart K for the itch poor receives nwHtbly a eoatrtkatkm rf a ant of the IHWI urns li tile market affords They are tile gift otis man and the mspeNatendeat who knows the dr rHNMUMM that list M Uw gift always- raters to them as the dream oranges A maple of yen MD Uw donor of the fruit had typhoid tvnr Like ail victims of this disease ke tr1Pd au uwitMHcliabl thirst to whlrh was added the torment of a pitulnent an- ever rwHrrlDR dream Alw y h- aeemd to Und on the Hborv of M rlvrr is which ran RoodN of aparliMIC lemon ids white kHMireda of ornocM rut in hair and covered with pwrdaed Ie final 1 on its surface Hour after hour he lIIulild ttaixl u- Ira brisk forever uolol to obtain a drop of the liquid or i iinr oar of the orange It took two iialvod bunsto n Mtraia his ardor whee he art rd out after the fruit lint he kept thmb- uey 1111111 hla tvinprmtiirt toll11 KoarliK and he was om aKaln nOrhil Vbrn hi wu con Ithe told the nurse his vivid dream and of his Intention to Mnd a monthly oTrli K to some hoHptlal where th 4 n and fur dainties exeMded the Miipply She nui BTKteii ilie Inatltutlon that is DOW the objoti of his bca ftwM aDd few uf the patients enjoying tli wry teal yellow spheres guess that they are sating the U u IT that dreams are made of TALE OF A BURGLAR ALARM Worked All Right But Didnt Pro vent the Entrance of the Burglar Mr Hlllyer wua a heavy ttMtftr He WH a matt also with a rhroNlc fear of burglars U was these two thing that led hUh to have the window of hi letping room equipped with a bnrglar alarm or the lat88 and moat approved de crlptlon ralatc Youths Com pan IonA few mornings after the duke had ben installed he came doW to break- fact with a grin on his rare I had a funny dream taut night he wild 1 dreamed that a burglar raivU my window and the alarm went off but he didnt seem to mind It Hs rum inaKWl the bureau drawers found my watch and pocketbook and Blljiped out the way be came In Uy the way he added I forgot to bring down my watch and pocketbook Ill go and gt them Ho went upstairs and rcUtriiml In a moment with an entirely different look on his lace The watch and pocket took were gone It had not been a dream Sickness front Worry A ftimoijH phydelanon being auLetl recently wlmt Is tho chin cause of 111 health replied Thinking and talking about it all the time This ceaseless In tronp ctlon In which so many of the rim Ing generation of the nervous folk In dig Ia certainly wearing them out When they are not worrying as to whether they sleep too much or too little they are fidgeting over tho amount uf food they take or the quantity of ex oralse necessary for health In short they power give themselves a moments peace Cant Pronounce ItNear Paris Is n village the name of which no European can pronounce The name Is Vs Tho Frenchmen by way of compromise pronounce It Us but this U not absolutely cor root Limit of Effeminacy- Is young Slssyklns as effeminate as coplo say ho Is- Is lief Say he sits oo the floor to put on his stockings In tho morn In Cleveland Leader i THE SAFE BRIDGE + What a Stanch Old Scotchman Had iil to Say of the Value of Total Abstinence I That stanch old S tchmau Dr Arnot gives a good illustration of the s t 15theyou that they are obliged to slganaway their liberty in order to keep on 11 tho safe side They know when they have had enouGhno danger of their ever becoming drunkards sad the like The doctor says True you are not obliged Dut hero Is a river WA have to crow It IH broad and deep j and rapid whoever falls Into It Is y sure to be drowned hero Is a nay row footlirWKu a tingle Umber ex tending across lie who Is lithe of limb and needy ot brain aryl hens may skip over It In safety Yonder it a brotd strong bridge Its founda lions are solid rock Its INUIAII8 are wide Its balustrade IB high and firm All may crotw It In perfect i- safetythe aged and feeble tlUiAyoung and gay the tottering WM one There to no danger there Now my friend you say 1 am not obliged to go yonder Lot them GO ther who cannot walk this timber Tnie true you are not obliged but as fur as we know that if we crow that Umber Jensurely perish And we teal butter to go by the bridge raglug to safety UNit compared with tamper log with strong drink The surercUMwlung himself te of his qwn safety Uw IBM other people are asuuroi uf It ji k tlttoUtesaber RUt around The total sfc stiitMie bridge Is strong and mt MI Uwr U room far tile whut worM u paw overA BOYS WORD Xew It Moved the Mayor of Mastenr WIPatrlik A roiiiiw mayor ci HgMoa tira numbof npast II- f vtfcM ft lays word l wrUt lIMe iue m Af crntly complaint MM Made to h m that a aloes was locMia too rear H rtfeta- Jiilltllc schad Tlit pout ABU planlr ttt TItrh i tulhoniH ru I ss edor rrrtn After the ntaMu had listen t rinilta from lull d b a be esl r- Well Im i iii tI IN the I tlM ic hdi tell me H al they tblul he Iii Send tin ti 5 Mid in II lull pal of thJoL Half a d ii au- tbrlghtet bIi 1 II llMei to i n- iTke out day mr nduaen trf ti iHiya ranging from irn to tftaes yrar of A0f can d co the mll nr Barb t Maya ems r aon a h I beltrled th mtuon ought to he taker away until H rata w the last one a iigter vI U lie looked the mayor lore to iin afo and gave an hiM rtnxm My ubooi lo trM a chain too mayor of Ilofton Miig day nr al sl- cant I think us bo ootht 11I1lIte- 1tbflIaowTIaUf10slJtr itefall fktiow oxiit it The mayor threw trtmHlf bar laiis chair and lauihut heartily lip iiralgbtMilDc up ul to the lout Mdlns man Mf boy ioa hate sald more then didaf- An Uti politician ALd tb lea tYou shall have th wbdv to h DJ at tiThatusesaThe troye KHV me mayor a hearty- rhrer ard niaubcii out of nts uflleo They hadTonlnrnl and wrr tsar quesitly happy and triumphant Coo jr Tstluna Work BKEVITIBS- T1i Ixer that make the bras r IIItlip beer that makes the bums U ms UnifSpent for lliuyr In 1M1 per ilt1788 navi or gold and silver lbrwatsIn Knox iiiiintv id Aaron Par rtah pleatlcil Kllitjr to 27 indictment fur lllsgnl llquovislftag and went to Jail her TOO days TIle saloon bwltuvMi in Calltooa county Mich 18 reported on Um de dune and It Is predicted that u Albion will liavo two less saloVas Marshall three and battle Creek IS or more Tho salooaUta claim they are 1 not making expansos t iTile Increase of insanity In Dtiglaad stnrtleH students of social phenomena tThere hu been au average annuHl In crease or 313 Insane persons Ihtri gIIij ToOnumbercoholic intemperance Is the Ohio Cll3i Occult Influence Po you believe III slgnit asked Drown with a troubled look on his face One or two perhaps Wool upr 11 Last right the stars had a most peculiar effect open mo especially Mats It seemed to Impel nJeon to tome mys terious act I am going to bunt up an astrologor Let mo give you a piece of advice Drown Let the astrologer alone an cut Mars out You go and lake it pledge Cincinnati Cotnuicrctai Trib tine SILO BUILDING Wooden Hoop Structure Is the Most Satlltactor7r1 great sf t many Other I muUt ask for advice I v want to build a silo this coming sum more I have a plan and will ask you whether It will do and If not tell me tho folium Take elm x4 Inch wide and make hoops four thicknesses to a hoop put tint two or three hoops six indies apart next ono 12 Inches next 18 Inches next 24 Inches then 30 Inched apart the rest of the way put a door bo twoen each hoop line Inside with white oak flooring or best pine which Is your preference and outside with sugar flooring Tho size will bo 12x28 and I want to put in six acres of corn What kind of corn do you recommend In KHAHK Poll MAKING R1LO HOOPS filling how much tramping U necessary aid after filling how often Is tramping required T Should oats be sowed on top as a protection etcT Iloosc Rive boot Instructions to a young farmer to build a good but cheep silo The above letter k from a Orcen ford 0 farmer end the Ohio Farmer anawurs the queries aa follows Your plan la all right and you will have little raw to regret VmiliMng a- wJOdnhooll alto eepedauy when you aee jottr Bwlfthhora Ironhoop slo la a state ot utter collapse IM dent to khrt klBR stave sad length rl lag hoop that sri IB cahoot with hot weethr Yra your buttup hoops f llin will ic an titan tho ek for the five low r t 1 would make them of five layer You will not Reef your hoots anywherr narr titan tf loch from center lis enter as a w llnalM wooden I1t1 nT pulled In two yet If I were jm I would Ilse up the alb on the Iraki wllhalnltkkkotoneinch Qr rKiA pine flnorlng well mntrhml Joitnnc n he hoops hartal able floor I M T r 1Ir three taclMn wtato TJiiMi you liim a iiiln that will not hrfnk or a it and will stay with your licipjH which an n rev rxpMd or coo rat t be fro nin den inch HWor plot ins on your maple utiildliig glva th iisldpoftl it LuNlpN said all a heavy sat of Iortai m ui tmlnt and then add the out flux of maple If you UM him milk IJ mix ihe cm nt with It will prove to be about m durable as If till was need Tout years later on It any Fir feet male la the wane you can then nr Up with tarred papw InaMa and nail n another relllRff There hi a dlffaranM of opinion at + n the kind of silage corn to plant FUr a down years we have sent direct to Vbonmrlw Bounty Ya and not their common whit field earn and have never trot with Its equal aa a corn for the silo We du very little tramping bo yond keeping the stage highest nloa- gPtho walla With a blower and flexible j Ube adage will bo blown about an M ono could tread It and tho men arc scarce who crave tho job of mowing away silage under the discharge of the blower It will bo welt enough to tramp down Ibe surface of the irilago three Union within a week the last time putting onto your 12 foot silo at least three barret of water being sure that the otiUlite gaq- uite a little more than lu share Onts are all right on tho nurfaee If there is ronsldf rnblc light It you sow oats you will need to put on more water a week after thoy are sown Sometimes It pays and other years It doos not to put on the oat crop A tight root Is more urns rcrntul than useful In regard to hoop making wi that they will bo accurately ri sad it is well to hRV o pnttern mad Ilko that depleted In the cut mist Inch thick foot wide boards and Ix or night feet long and cut thorn bias Oil the ends and by doubling and will nailing ono soon has oho form on whlrh a clrclo ron bo marlwd and the pattern Is then quickly sawed and hrwod Into a perfect circle which will IIP two imbed thick This can bo placed n raw horoen and tho hoops quickly IrutiK to tho exact form George K Hcoit the woll known Institute lecturer a Knnt advocate of this woodun htKipptl silo and was fortunate onougli t hair an eld hlghwhcolod voloolpedo wtiirh made nn admirable form for hoop maltinx and 1 think he loans It to sb bulldera for hoop making though any rarpontrr can quickly make ones abovo described Sktmmilk with dross In sumo cats made at the Utah ex pertinent station sklmmltk was fed In rnnnetlon with grain and with pas ft carrot It was found that tho largest total gain was made when the bojpi ware Tel sklmmllk and groin without grass Thero was however very little difference The oonclu lon seems to bt t oat uhlmmllk Is not of very Brent value asAthat grass Is hot especially beneficial when pigs receive an abundance of milk stung with their grain t I SHALLOW HIVES Wherein They Prove the Most xmunerative to the Dee Keeper Study Question Carefully The depth of hives Is one of the fine points In beekeeping and every one who has the care of bees should give the matter long and thorough study It Is a problem that every honeyproducer whether ho counts his colonies by thou sands or only keeps one to furnish hon ey for his table has to confront This is a question that even the box hlve ele went Is called upon toconeideal Chang Ing from one hive to another Is always a costly operation and tho time to get right Is at tho very beginning Looking back ward forward and around the corners after 12 years experience In bee culture with this subject foremost In all my agricultural Investigations candor com pole me to say that there Is no deep hive mado that will give satisfactory rcsnlUi In the production of carab honey With A deep hive the bulk of the honey crop will bo stored In the brood chamber unless It Is a frnmo hivo that can be contracted be low sufficiently to force the honey Into the boxes J n this case thesuper will be wider than tho brood nest and to get the best results the brood ought to ex tend out under every section box In view of those facts the casual obscfvcr can quickly see that a shallow brood chamber will give more section honey than will a deep one and that the causes are unavoidable Among the ten ets of good bee keeping there has long stood almost unchallenged tho belief that deep hives afford tho bees more Protection against the cold ofwinter than shallow ones Whether or not there Is anything In this 1 will not attempt to say hero but I do know that since 1 have been changing from deep to shal low hives my bees have wintered with much less loss Last winter with nearly all my colonies In shallow hives I did not to lose onenpitomisL- STORMY WEATHER COOP How to Build One Which Will Shelter the Chicks But Will Keep the Bens Busy on the Outside A ood practical coop to Illustrated I herewith says the Orange Judd Farmer I On Monty days the chicks can bo con- finedI ttr by a door at the end have thi wo of the run The main door at the aWe bas a bar that raises and lowers This pertaiu the chicks to pan out and In but prevent tile lien from doing so The hen cosy lie let out wh u the whole door ts opened At the end outside Is a box tbx tOur of yhlcb raiser M that I food caa be put la fur the larks alone wxrrA BRVirBAHIM Inside SIMM slats prevent the hens get atIa la merely a sore or salmon can opened OH the old iMUmd ot at the ei It j mnken an excellent drinking fountain LOOK OVER THE TEETH A Suggestion to the Partner Who Would Make a Sueeww ef Sheep or Other Live Stock Raising A little attention to the teeth of sheep and other tap In animate ia often of groat 11arUouiarlyI Una 1 noticed recently un old own which had dropped two sire Drops that wits eating slowly nod seemed very poor says J C Clamber In Karni and Home I looked at her month and found glad molar teeth on one side were loose with theIelieotwith the tongue 1 extracted tho loose tooth with a pair of forceps and smoothed down 1110 Sharp polnta with a coarse flat nil Within a few hour she began to sat with a relish and b raising a pair of nice I lambs Whenever you discover a sheep frothing at the mouth and dropping her food after chewing It a little you will find something wrong with tho teoth STOP FIELD FROM WASHING Old Rails May Be Used In Construct ing a DRill In the Ditch with Little Trouble I have found this to tr the best way to stop a wash In a hold says an Illinois correspondent of Farm and Home Oct I IMPIIOVI8BU UAM IK HVILY some old rails and sharpen then drlvfl them In tho ditch level wJh the ground so when tho rains cnino to rails gathOl the stalks and grass and ublflsh and ID a years time tho ground is nearly lovol The dams should be tour to seven rods apart I find them a great success TIlE LIVE STOCK A cow well fed will buy good bread All stock should be kept out of the young orchard For pIp milk and mill toed makes the cheapest feed fur winter Whenever a sheep Is seon to refine water there Is something wrong with It- Wltb all stock the value of good feed Is wonderfully increased by close at tention Wooden palls In the dairy are one source of tainted milk It Is tiejct tojrnl possible to keep them clean antI sweet Waking the Servants An ancient practice Is folloted In Fulham palace the bishop of Londons residence The lodgckeepcr whoso dut It Is to arose tho servants In the morning goes around the quadrangle with a slender rod about 15 feet long and taps with U on the windows of the servants sleeping rooms An Unbreakable Habit Mrs Newed I dont know whore we are to put Aunt Jan during her visit She positively refuses to sleep In a folding bed- NewedaAfrald It will closeupeh 1 No but the cant Joel for the proverbial man under ItChlcaga Dally News Small Bank Deposits A now banking system which enables persons to make deposits ot 25 cents and upward Interest being al lowed when the amount lodged reaches five dollars was adopted by the Na tional flank of Ireland recently Tho bank has several branches In London Cats Turned Wild Several years ago a lumber company distributed CO cats among the camps In St Louis county Minnesota for rat killing purposes When the campy were abandoned the cats took to the woods and their descendants wild cats now number thousands r Ostrich in Australia The Australian ostrich hen lays an sv crave of about IB eggs a year There are now quite a number of largo os rich farms In Australia and It Is ox pected that sumo future day this Indus try will aMiinio large proportions Snails in Spring This Is tho time when the Frenchman enjoys his snail mast The snail has lust emerged from Its winter haunts to eat tho young shoots of tho vine leaves So the Wrench gratify appetite and re range at the same time Feet Sao that man Well ho landed In this country with bare feet and now hos JOt millions Jeo whit he must bo a regular cenUpodo Philadelphia Ledger Slums RiceIThe amount ot lice has Increased enormously of lots year Ten years alto the export of rice train sham amounted to 117000 roam as earn pared with WOG 0 toils In lUll Ambiguous Mr Doati Did you ever win n prlteT Mil CashI should say nog Didnt you ever see my haatMnd Uetrot Free Preen Plenty- Thero seems to be glory enough to MI around among the Japanese ge- nrehliaison Transcript Like a Sneeze OeD Nogts chief of stair Is Gen IJi chI Wouldnt A same like stint tickle yBK Tncomu New First Time The bridegroom at a wedding always has the appearance of being a rank out shierl V Time More Swinish Somehow the voice of the people doesnt always sound tike what It Is said to IeIuok Age of the Violin Tho violin first beonniQ recognized as a musical instrument about 300 years ago = C MARKET REPORT ClnodnnnU Match 25 CATTLECommon J3 4 40 Hoavy sours i 550- CALVRSExtra C C 21 00iHOGS Ch pneliW S 5 00 Mixed packers 5 8 M- SHBBP ttxtru 595 IAMBS Uxtra 7 76- Kf0 Ill Spring pat ft OD G 30 WHBAT No 2 rod 1 12 Q 1 14 COIIN No 2 inlxwl O 1- OA1SNo 2 mixed 3a HYlfl Xo 2 84 G 9- 0iIAYCh timothy fl 12 2- CPOHKCler meta P14 2- 5LAitDSlotlm 7 00 itji 7 12iJ- IlUTTHIl Clt dairy 17 f 19 Choice cronmory 28 APrhKS ChoIco 2 3G 2 50- POTATO1sSPsr bbl 1 40 ft 1 50 TOIUCrO Now fi 00 13 00 Old 4 BO 14J6 Chicago PIOTm Vlntor pat 5 10 ff 5 50 WIIRAT Nn 2 real 1 12lI 1 HINo 3 red 1 Q2 0 1 12 COIIN No 2 mlxod Q 4- 8OATSNo S utlxel 0 30- 1ItYJNo2 Thii12 78V PORKMora U 80- I VUD Steam 7 00 ItJi 7 0411 New York FlOim Win atrtM S 16 tZ 5 9- GWHiATNo 2 rod 1 18V CORN No S mixed 7y HS OATSNo 2 mixed ny 38- KYR Wflatorn 0 80 PQRKFnmlly II 3I413 75 I4AKD Steam 0 130 Baltimore CATTLESteers 3 CO ffi 4 00 SHI2BP No 1 fat 3 00 t 3 50 LAMHS Sprinigr 0 no Q7 00 HOGS Dressed 4 SO 00 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 1 18 COHN No 2 mixed 0 48fr OATSNo 2 mixed 0 34 ft- IOIUC Mess 11 00 LAUD Pure steam Q C 60 Indianapolis 1VHEAT7q2 red 0118C- ORNNO 2 mixed 0 45 OATS No 2 mixed 0 33 Buggy er Carriage Harness I F lINE WEATHER and ilea roads invite you lo drive proultlook as well as tkef itvdr I jour turnout or ia it ahal by and thus detract from the appearanceIf easy way out of it Select a new set of Buggy or Carriage Bar ness from Our Large Stock at astonishingly reasonable prices However if you decide to make your old nose 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 health I am forced to close out my entire stock toquit business I hare 25 seta of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tombstones and Monuments which- I will sell at greatly reduced prices Hero is your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will bo Glued promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works- SI McGUIRE Prop Boron Ky Startling Mortality rtalityfromTo prevent and cure these awful diseases there is just one reliable remedy Dr Kings New Lifo Pills M Flannery of 11 Custom House Plato Chicago Baja They have no equal for Constipation Bilious uew If 2r c at the East End Drug Co Grtnlt end Marble I Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at ren sociable prices aurl wits ilinpatoh Allwork u rIauteod b- yGOLDEN t FLORA RICHMOND Ky- tbviniUlnsudOnOlnalrets Incrodlblo Brutality It would have been incredible bru tality if Chas M Lemborger of Syracuse N Y had not done the best he could for his suffering son My boy ho says cut a fearful gash over his eye so I applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which healed it and saved his Good for burns aged ulcers too Only 25c at the East rind Drug Co d To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop ia the most complete und up to date in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc- I do work for most prominent people of Berea and vicinity W k sent to me by mail or expretm will jave ptompt attention and charges paid oue way S G FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Kf RiUBEhTt Bank of Mt Vernoa j n Berea PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL- Over i 40 Teachers end SOS Students frem 21 States La rrest Cellee Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS- Applfed fl SciencesTwo years Course with agriculture for young siea and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two yearajf Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and for life College Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure ate degrees Music Choral tree Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory Wo are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction in n free lift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of tho school part from instruction and must also maybeIThe School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation + alists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of denominations roe INFORMATION AND FRIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS THE flECJlETART WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky Madison County Roller Mills lIuloJ F ItloIatlfl Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flourr Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Core EteIOur GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour IIoJ i Fdeid Potts TUtc Sutloo Ky I Kodol MONUMENTSerns College couulyCertificate rsonj DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATT- h s 100 bottle contains 2H thnei lh trial site which sells for 50 cents rtirAXID ONLY AT THB LAtOlATOIY or E C DeWITT do COMPANY CHICAGO eLLILOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May I 1904 Going South Train 4 Dully Leave B+ rea348 a m Arrive Richmond 4 12 a m Arrive Paris 525 a m Arrive Cincinnati 7 50 a m Sort = 1p6a Trnln 0 Daily IGoluBotea 1255p m Richmond12ri p m Arrive Paris 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati 6 00 p m IGlllo South Train 1 Dally Berea 111 p m Arrive Livingston 20i p m llrlue South Train 1 Dally Leave Mereall 21 p m Arrive Livingston12 UO a m Train i No 1 and No 5 mike con DBjiion at LiVinirat m forIRico and tot South with No 21 and No 27 W H BOWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSON uc Dentist S to otnlwRichmond Ky By tho Tonic Route The pills that act as a tonic and not as a drastic purge are DoWitts Little Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation Biliousness etc Early Risers are small easy to take and eary to acta safe pill ValleyCityme of chronic constipation Sold by the East End Drug Co And all Medicine Dealers Founded 1865 A Dinner Invitation After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of Indigestion Kodol is a thorough digestant and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dyppopsis Gas on tbe Stomach Sour Risings Bad Breath and all stomach troubles N Watkin Lesbus Ky IIIYShI can testify to the efficacy of Kodol in the cure of Stomach Trouble Iwas afflicted with Stomach Trouble for fifteen end dove taken nix DyspepsiaCuresix bottles were worth 1000 to mu Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will dtgeJt say quantity of all the wholesome food you want to eat while your Btomnch takes a rest recuperntos nnd grows preparationisremarkable cures Sold bv the EtEnd Drug Co aud all Medicine Dealers AIO INVESTMENTI- n Hell Telephone peek during the tint three yenta ot the Company exitteXN NOW WORTH 50000 pTOOSerdneingpl1bllc rroiumnutcutnn A I KIn CAN DK HIIIKMT WIIIKLKW TKIH- IIUAP1I CUMIMNF HAH MAUH TUB nkN1KOwlINCUVKUV Cniteit Rates OnTernmrat has adopted lie Koreit S rm New IraikortBuv contracts mil over his world asate eoor- uioupruDUL Stock yurrhaedunder N4 dal frure r plan Ixfure Ortohrr 1 will mlviUST8 l IKUCKNT MONTH IV DIHTHllllTlOM IN CASH payable October li Wriie lor full yartleulsrto OllKATKll NEW TOUK SRCrniTT 00- Sole wal Alrrul llU Wall 8u New York iiililiiitWi ijiiii Wr l riri riIW Oklahoma I Offers Opulent- Opportunitiesj 5 rhomet for industrial inveMnieuls by capl E tallsts and manufacturers jS Its Farm Products in is9s include B 25000000 bushels of wheat 140000 S balesof cotton and milllont of loU S laniworthof otlitrfraln truiltftc = pamphletSS S homa At tattt tunes low rule i Homeseekers Excursion ticket g are kuia via hauls Ie Route to Oklahoma Addrestleprlrsenxreele1b- eAtlbhsonTopelB Santa fe Railway S CI11CAOO 11 tUAti1i1utl111nIlkikiiu A WEEK A1Pir IrXPENBLn- former with rig la In treduee our 1odUy MUlure BtrmUhl cannCUMUtA r z I 4 t 6- 5OEiY11 Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths 1 Tho reputation of W L Douglas shoes tot style comfort and wear Is knownIeverywhere throughout the world They have to give better satisfaction I other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the ers expect more for their money than they an get elsewhere wearIWe carry a full line and can Insure a fit Inspection in- vitedCOYLEHAYES I BEREA KY 1HHIIHHK I I I HII Berea and Vicinity 11111- 1I O GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES t 1 11 I 11 1 1 1 1 111 1 I 1 11 I I 1 1 Mr and Mrs J C Burnam drove to Peylontowu Sunday The Collego sewerage system is being installed as rapidly as possi i bleDr Atnyx ofyNIoKee was in town Monday Ho want from hero to LouisvilleThe End Drug Co uro house cIwiiimg this week A coat of paint and new papering give the store a- very inviting appearance Miss Holmes matron of Williams burg Academy has been visiting tho College this week looking into the conduct of our commissary depart mentRev A E Thomson is expected bum Friday night from Fort Wayne Ind whore lie has been teaching in a Bible Training School for tho past two weeks I Mr R C Boggs has this week t opened a dental oflico at the corner of Main and Broadway Streets He 4 makes special prices to students and solicits the patronage of the general public We regret to note the death of Mrs Rachel B Gleason of Elmira who with her daughter was a visitor in Btrea two years ago Mrs Glea son had been a lifelong friend of the InstitutionII returned from McKee I ltonMonday where he has been assisting in the branch hank of the Berea Banking Company there He will 10 in town for a couple of weeks be fore going to Marion Ky The pumps at Boone Cottage and Howard Hall have been replaced by water tops during tho past week This convenience combined with good water is such appreciated by those who share the benefit I Rev C J Ryder of Now York Secretary of the American Missionary Association will conduct tho senices in the Parish House next Sunday morning He will present the claims of the association at that time The work in the library building is milking good headway Four stonecutters arrived from Louisville this week toassist in the building The College Bricklaying class is well represented among tho work men Mr and Mrs W A Durham and child left for Germaulown Ohio Wednesday morning where they will make their home for the pres ent Mr Durham will return to Beiea in a few days to continue his business here The boiler from the Cow Bell Hollow Saw Mill which has been used in heating the chapel during trio past winter was removed on Wednesday morning It required two yoke of oxen and a team of mules to pull the load W Powell Hale will give the clos ing number of the Lyceum Course in the Tabernacle Saturday evening April 1st His work as an imper sonator is of a high order and lovers of good wholesome mirth cannot af ford to miss hearing himI rr 1- IadISHOE THE CHARACTER MAKERS IIWITH Or TH- KWOMAN New Cash Store C C lUIODUS Prop BEREA KENTUCKY PRIG 300 A baseball nine from Kcntuck School fqr tho Deaf will try conclu lions with Berea College team on tho athletic field Saturday afternoon at 3 Oclock An exciting game is ex peeled No admission fee will be charged EOfbIcome Williams the jeweler on Mail Street has been remodelling hill shop this week Ho has otdered an up todate soda fountain and will fix up a first class refreshment stand for the coming season He will bo pleased to cater to the students and citizens in this capacity About thirtyof the friends of Messrs Seward Marsh and Franoii Clark were entertained the latter homo on Tuesday evening The oo e lion was a twin birthday party foi the gentlemen referred to antiI most enjoyable time was spent by nil present Tho lawn in trout of the house was illuminated with ChincM lanternsThe Club was much in evi donee Monday evening IJefon going to the Tul ernacle tho mombeti gathered in front of Presidontj house and sang two selections Mia Douglas our other esteemed invalid was treated in like fashion Several of the girls from Ladies Hall wore equally generous with their song InI the saute direction White to thin eye of a casual oh server tho work on tho interior of the Chapel is moving slowly a more careful oxamination above tho net work of scaffolding reveals tho fact that the workmen are busily engaged 311 tho panelling of the The wood is of the finest quality of 3ak and when finished will constitute rte of tho most artistic pieces of work in the whole building Dr J L Hill delivered his lecture The Chord of the Seventh under tho auspices of the Lyceum Course in Saturday the 18th Tho atten lance was scarcely up to the average Dr Hill has a pleasing personality tad speaks with an ease unit earnest ness which is at once entertaining md convincing His handling of tbo subject showed breadthof bought and depth of conviction The Elocution Class of which Prof Dodge is tho teacher gave an exhibition on Monday evening last The class was not as large as usual on account of several of the taunt bors having gono home at the close of last term Tho twelve selections jiven Monday evening by as many members of the class wore well rendered and reflect great credit upon heir teacher Tim program wns Brightened by two mimlwrs from the 31ee Club which were well received he laughing song was especially injoyvd The traffic of the L X is ileadily increasing The business for larch exceeded any month last year A change in the time table affecting ierea will take place about April 1C Chore will be a through train sor vice between Cincinnati and Knox ille Tho train leaving Cincinnati at 730 and passing through Berea at 1136 pm reaches Knoxville the text morning Tho train passing through Berea at 343 am going north starts from Knoxville the preceding evening and reaches Cult cinnati in time for breakfast By his arrangement Berea will have as lirect and convenient connection with the South as we have hitherto had with the North The two trains irriviug hero at noon also give trough service It will bo possible by this arrangement to make a trip to Knoxvillo in one day and return Mr Geo W Bell who graduated rom tho Classical Course of Borea College in 02 conducted tho morn- Ing service in tho Parish House on Sunday last He also spoke at the Impel service Sunday evening Mr Bell is superintendent of the colored chools at Mjddlesboro whore he hits been doing most effective work in ArBOOT for ashion be people the tlucutiouaI1lne for severed yours Ibis remarks oil Sunday morning were very helpful the bunion oCliifl homo being the divinity and com passion of Christ At the oliapol service in the evening ho spoke of tho condition of the colored race particularly in the inounttiins of this State He appealed to the mountain students especially to use their inlluonco in creating a sentiment wherever they Went which would prove helpful mthur than detriment lul to the colored race Tliosu who remomlercd Mr Dull were jjlnd to welcome him back to liorea Society Elections Alpha Zetu mid Rein Kappa lit ovary societies elected their olllora for tho spring term lost Saturday evening They are as follows ALPHA ZBTA Pres Taylor Gnbbard VieePrea Win E Uixj CorSeo H Kinimrdf Ilea Sec J J Lynch Assist IteO Sec Eugene Thomson Critic Quo Pow Trtjuror D W Chamberlain I Chorister 0 Z Faulconor Sergeant atArniB Everett Buritt I Dart KAPPA Pros Claude DcHaun VicoPrun A Hobson Cor Sec Sewanl Marsh Hoc Sec L L Shedoin Treasurer E Spink Chorister Gilbert Combs SergeontntArms E G Simpson the Members of the Union Church ITo and Congregation tar Priemlll- XOIt Sunday wo shall have with us Roc C J Kyder D D of Now Now York City Dr Hdur JM a college classmate Oborlin mid inti mato friend of Mr J 11 Kogew our College trustee and son of Dr J A It Honors Dr Ryder Ls one of the honored and trusty soc retaries of the American Missionary Association a hotly whicli for years paid a salary to Mr John 0 Vet This association is doing a grunt work among tho colored eople the mountaineers of Appalachian Ameri ca tho Indians the Esquimeuux of Alaska tho Chinese of Amuriui and among the inhabitants of our note possession Porto Rico Wo give an an tuna offering to tho work of God through this society The regular time for this offering k February or March but in order to hare Dr I Ryder with us I liars watponed it till next Sunday April 2 the tmrliost date which ho could give us Ho grootIlIssoollltionno ono miss having a financial part in thu missionary work whiohheropremintH Lot each ono oome next Sunday to give aa largely as possible oven according as ho hiss loon blessed by God A R THOUMIN FOR SALE Somo utco tinysheaf wits amI- corll J W KOSKLVB CARNEGIE HERO HUNTER Nrpalrr Ian Appointed to Invr tlvafv Claim For trverd- A bore hunter was recently engaged by the Carnegie hone fund commission toys H IlttHbtirg Bpitlul dtopatvli to the Phlludepbln Promt Not that then Is any lies tanry on the part of per sons to proclaim themselves hereto thousands of applications being on file but the ooniuilsitlonorH are not ronrlnr ed they aro the rent thing In oner- to be absolutely sure on this punt George A Cnmpsey n Plttsburg news paper titan lUllS been oBKUKeil to In vestigate the claims of heroes He will travel nil over the United States and Canada nnd will tweet the herottt face to facts Maur tholr Htve exnmlno their proofs and tnlk to It flosses of the heroic dinda Then he will report to the commission It la probable in view of the great army of claimants that tho ooiumls Blon will add other hero hunters to the corps 0 MILLINERY OPENING The showing in well worth seeing W will open our new spring and summer hats on Friday and Saturday April 7 and B Spring winds have never unfolded more charms and beauty than the present season brings in Millinery We can quickly show the master touch that separates the ultra fashionable from the common and which makes this store headquarters for correct followers of fashion Shape and style in beauty and trimmed with FLOWERS THAT WILL BLOOM Wo have transformed our millin ery store at the corner of Main and Centr Streets into a dreamland of feminine hat splendor There is beauty in tho whole effect all teeming with the latest style more fascinating than we have ever known Even if you intend buying elsewhere come in and sea the correct thing Our prices will be tot cat h but cheap or than ever DONT FAIL TO COME Respectfully MRS A T FISH rerr ri M t9t rUYrrvrrtvrrLrrrrrerrrrrrrrrrrrrrPryr I t 11 r- w a t 4t I Ii itr n t 5 fI I I a III ti I St IrI This is I WELCHS i A Space Too busy this adaw I Ii w Q ti 1 0 a sw Ii skv w i to y t w It is 90 Miles to the next Store that sells Meal at 55c a i4WW444WAAW44WW44 WWWlfili +SA4oAA444A44A444il4AA4- 44A4l4tQLOOM n END SALE Began Friday January 27th i Perhaps some of our customers mny not stand this expression At the Mills there are underiremnants left over from the originnl run average from one to two yards in length They are identical in quality with the goods sold in bolts THESE GOODS WILL ALL BE SOLD BY THE POUND At unheardof prices Hero is your chance to literally get three dresses for the price of one The beauty of these artistic designs in Dimities Silk Mulls Pongees and Crepes Aro sure to make them moro quickly Pa not miminderstnnd tin These dainty Drew Goods are remnantH of weaves you pay 20 ami 30 coals par yard for C J HANSON CO hit Shop for LjJies Btrta Ky Do You Know That March is a Bad Month for Fires Better have your house and housohold goods insured Doesnt cost much Means lots to you in case of a fire Vould be glad to write it for you I represent the best old line companiesin fact can write you in any legitimate company FIRE LIFE And ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD i And TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC W H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK r Ii THE NEWS CONDENSED I r rorJ Pointed Paragraphs tecert Interesting HappeningsI vt EVENTS AT WOVE AND AIXOAD theNotes From Rut l nJapaneto i q War Inthe Far East Doings at National Capital Crimes J and Casualties 4RUUANJAPA LiSE WAR ITEMS lien Kuropatkln too been appoint oil commander of the First Manchu tan army Ho Is considered by many In spite of roversec tin best general and foremost etratogfm of the Rut dan army Tho RiiBHlnii Third Pacific squadron under Adm HubfKatorf has loft Suda lay for Port Said iS The Japanese appear to lave given ip PIP Russians a temporary respite from jfumull probably for the purposo of IJ reforming their forces as they did nf uur of the RuyHlana north tnratinn Yang According to advices brought by tho Pgrtletid and Asiatic hoar Arabia from Yokohama It Is believed In Yokohama that Japan will soon attempt to capture Vladivostok An offlcor who hng returned from Mojl describes the terrible fighting which occurred at the varloim gates mforo the capture of Mukden He ways that never In tho history of war faro wore torah formidable Hold do j fcnas faced by Infantry attacks as tie works proucllng Mukden rho Huwtlnn rear guard ti now oo cunylng n line of fairly strong natural petitions S4 miles south of Ounuhu Paw the center bring theo railroad vii huge of Slplughal anil the cov eying tht roads on either side which Apparently It Is the Intention to defend long enough to force tho Japanese to chow their hind The poealblllly that If Ike Uiwxlnn army alHtukl be unable to kohl the J lower lino of the Bitngari river at rliunchtatwt It may bo compelled to ritrMl not only to Harbin but also further vrMtwmrt along the railroad NorUllmjThe rrmAin of Senator HawJey who dial In Wa htngton were Interred at tI arile 1 n A bilir in tilt shoo factory of then B lirorrr to Uroekton 3taas ox pioded und the iractHre took fire and tarn j Seven adjoining build Iggs WIt destroyed The number rat lillI plrf at from 00 to Kit some ef the si nros being cremate The number of Injured k estimated at 10 The both recovered wore Madly mutilatedt Revised list af thr victims of the shoe factory explosion In nrockton Mm shows Itedlf recovered M Identified 14 missing 45 reported ins oMwpad SS3 It now seems that but 14 bodies will bo burled with their Menlity peettlwly OslivhUihed The rtlmax ef the enthusiasm over the visit nl the American squadron was reached at the luncheon In tbu National theater Havana to thn Am erican officers by veteran of the rev olutlon Forty naval officers and near ly tOO lending Cuban veturans wero fpiUftd The Vanesuolan government recelv L Ill n note trout tilt American minister rejinlrlng an answer us to whcthe Venezuela will arbitrate tho question pending and saying that In case of n refusal tho Untied States will foul free neeeeryIt Is announced from Caracas Vcno Miola that Provident Cnfttro nupljed to Minister DowonR hurl prupoonl fur nr bitntllun denying that Vfitiwuion hAIl questIOns landing with the United fltatos and saying the case of the New York and Bennudet Asphalt Co must rennin In the courts Doplt tho protest of tlie ministers of tho churches of Now Rngland the imidoHtlal comnrtlteo of the American Iward of foreign missions will unnnl mously vote to accept the gift of 10000 frWU John D Rockefeller and will t ed the money for thu benefit of ha nilielou schools of tho Orient Amount Ilea who Ierophod their congratulation to Capt Marry S Now who bmi been apK lnttl acting chaIr man ot the national republican cum mltle was Thomas Tnggnrt chair man of the deinocrtttlc national corn lulttmo Architect Mngonlgk reports to Sect rotary Hnrtsell of the McKlnloy Memorial association that ho has com plated tho wined plans for tho Mo Klnloy njoiiuntont Organization of tho Croat Western Oil Refinery and Pipe Ilno Co with n capitalisation of 10000000 tins been perfected and within 30 days it U expected work will bo begun on the llrot refinery to bo built at Erie Inn Cinmnnd r Robert 13 PcaryB Arc tic exploration Btoamshlp Roosovalt J launched at Ducksport Me Is consid rod tho strongest In construction tho most powerful and bOlt equipped craft for combating fho Arctic Icu over con It rusted Joilah R Sherry prosldont of the B ShorryUacon Grain Co DOll ono of JtI oho leading corn experts In tho coun try died at St Louis Mr Shorry 5was born In Tlppecanoo county tail ana rFive mon woro drownod In the Mo nongahola near Charlerol Pa while crossing In n skiff tern The Greenville In plant of the Cjirnoglj Steel Co which has been Idlo for nearly a year on account ol labor troubles will shortly resume op orations The flood at Wheeling W Va threw out of work over 20000 men bulnessaggregates It Is announced that a donation of 250000 has been made to Northwest ern university by Milton IL Wilson a resident of Evanston Ill Six miners dead and four Injured two probably fatally Is tho result of an explosion In the mine of the Prince ton Ind Coal and Mining Co The cause of the disaster Is not known save that It resulted from a powder explosionIn Oheygholl district a Bulgarian baud of 40 members was annihilated by the Turkish troops after a three hours fight The district court at Sheridan Wyo refused the petition of Colt William F Cody Buffalo DIll for a divorce The Nebraska Democratic Editorial association elected W J Dran presi dentCincinnati was selected as the next meeting place of the National Con gross of Disciples of Christ It Is rumored that at a meeting of the Jlmlncr party It was resolvedto telegraph to the followers of the former aspirant to tho presidency of San to Domingo at Monte Crlstl to pro pare for a struggle Tho government Is taking precautions to meet coming events Tho American Railway Engineers and Maintenance of Way afleoclatlon elected an president of the ass ciu lion H K Kolley William J Ijyors and Rnno Dardala woro hanged In tlc jail at Plttsburg The new United Status cruiser Gal roaton partially built at tho Trigg shipyards In Richmond Vn and com pleted at the Norfolk navy yards tall od for Culebra nnd Galvopton Tex Twentyfour smuggled Chinese wero arrested In Puma A T The ronmliiH of Mrs Jnno U Stan ford who died In Honolulu wero laid away In the Stanford mausoleum on the campus of tho Stanford university after Impressive funeral ceremonies Rr Adm William M KolRor has been relieved of command of tho Ast atic fleet and Hr Adm Clmrloe R Tmln wilt succeed him Rr Adm Train will be miccoedod at tho Jualor nag oiliest of the station by Rr Adm George C teller fussiness fnliuroB In the United Status for the wook coiling March 2 number tat against 180 lest we k SIS In the lute wook In 1004 Ill In IM3 and 188 In IkM Hi the matter of the prosecution of Public Printer Palmer for violation of the anti smoke law JiidRe Scott of tho poHoe court Irapoewl n fine af 10 and the rue will be appealed to the court of appMla Jules Verne the noted French au thor la dead Ills family was at bls bedside Ills dentil hail boot antlrl pates for several days Under oath In the bankruptcy court Mrs Cawle I Chadwick said her to tal liHlelitednes does not amount to titers than 710008 A St Petersburg aorrespondent sends an uneon firm oil report that Jap anese torpedo boats have succeeded In damaging Vice Adm RoJeBtvonskyft battleships Slsoi Vullky nnd Nnvarin Arrangements for tin investigation of the affnlrs of Santo Domingo wore completed after a conference participated In by President Roosevelt Sec rotary Tart and Prof J H Hollander who M to make the Inquiry Stanley Francs alias Arthur S Fos lUr a promoter of many companies was arrested in Philadelphia on tho charge of ueinR the malls for fraudu lent purposes and hold In 100000 ball A benefit In New York for Joseph Holland the actor who on account of Illnogs probably will never bo nble to appear again netted the iiimof 123 000Francis U Loomis a flrt assistant sccrotiiry of tato vlBlted stare Island navy yard Ho was accorded tho full honors to which Ills position entitles him a salute of 15 guns being fired Senor Don Manuel Do Atplroz Hex Icofl first atnbastador to the United States dlod at the Mexican amuauy Washington surrounded by tho mon bers of his family Maurice Darrymore the actor dlod At the London nail sanitarium Amlty wjlle Long Island Ho became sud denly weak and uovor recovered Ho had boen at tho aanltarlutn four yeanr The respect shown by the Washington authorities to the remains of the Into Ambassador Aaplrot live much KUlsfncllon In Mexico City The war between Russia and Japan which began about 13 months ago has already Increased tho debt of thOM two countries nearly 00000000 Of this amount 450000000 is the share of Japan and 340000000 the share of RUMla President Roosevelt is favorable to some agreement among tho powers to preserve the status quo In Santo Do mingo until the senate next fall either ratifies or rejects thu protocol provid- Ing for an American fiscal protectorate over the little republic Tho battleship Kansas will ho nhrlstenod by breaking a bottle of Kansas crude oil over Its prow In tho laco of n bottle of champagne as Is the usual custom Mrs Elizabeth Cass Goddard one or tho most prominent women In Colorado was appointed a deputy sheriff of El Paso county Vlco President Fairbanks and his iarty visited tha site of the revolutionary battlefield at Guilford Courthouse N q Two will probably die and five otto era are severely Injured as tho result of a runaway accident nt Unllnljn n Violent storms throughout Oklahoma territory have resulted In four deaths and numerous Injuries to other persons Tho Wisconsin assembly pawed tho Dahl liquor bill a measure aimed at unscrupulous druggists The bill re quires an affidavit from each liquor purchaser at drug stores The Standard 011 Co made a reduc tlon of threo cents in tho higher grades of crude oil anti two cents In the lower grades Coolly calling a chambermaid to pre pare tho bed which he thought would be his bier Anderson C Ramsay a traveling salesman from Fairmont W Va laid himself upon the couch and In the presence of the woman shot himself through tho right temple In his room at the Palace hotel Cin cinnati dying five hours later It la possible that the guests of the Jefferson birthday banquets In New York and Chicago will be enabled to listen to the speeches of the more prominent orators In both cities on tho same evening by means of tele phone wires connecting the two ban quot halls The timehonored principle that a mans hone is his castle WON applied I by a Jury In lice circuit court at Ed wordsvllle III In finding for the de fondant In tho case of James Toglu against Jqlyi Wlnkelmcycr for 5000 damages because tho tatters dog bit Tobin Thomas B Scandrett director of public safety of Allegheny Pa was charged before Alderman S J Took of Plttsburg by County Detective R G Robinson with aiding and abetting the maintaining of a gambling house In Allegheny CItyV Tim police dlscovorM80 bombs hid den In a brick grave m the Powon kl cemetery In Warsaw Vincent Turner a Cincinnati boy who is pitching for Ed ABhonbachs Charleston club shut out Detroit without a lilt or run In nine Innings at Charleston S C Four moro bodies have been remov ed front tho Rush Run mine near lUn trot W Va where explosions killed 26 rumen Only two more bodies romag In the Rush Run mine Five others aro yut In the Red Ash mine i Mrs William J Bowen wife of the president of the Bricklayers nnd Mn cans International Union of America died at hor home In Indianapolis Iml of pneumonia aged 27 years Inquiry at Paris tends to strongly confirm tho statement that approaches Inwirrd peace between Ritwia and Ja pan have already begun at a private conference in a northern Kuropwn capital A dispatch from Tamatave Mada gascar says The Russian squadron has salted Destination unknown l A row boat containing a party of fio returning from Oceanus Bench to leorsetown Flu woe overturned l y a squall and four were drowned A croat landslide occurred at Som lln Hungary A squadron of soldiers who wont to the rescue of a burled woman suffered sevorolj eight of their number bolng killed and 19 In- Jured Two men wero killed and another was Injured In n freight wreck on tho Baltimore Ohio railroad at Stanton 1el The freight depot of the Anheuser Busch Throwing association located In the center of its Immense freight yards in the southern part of St Lou- Is wax totally destroyed by fire to gothor with 17 refrigerator cars Loss 13tOOO President Diaz has Issued n decree for the reform of tho monetary eye tom The decree establishes the plo or sliver dollar at a value of 60 cents gold and tho theoretical unit of tho Mexican currency Is defined to be the dollar or peso of 76 centl grammes of gold Fire destroyed tho mill of the Or ange Lumber Co Orange Tex and COOOO feet of lumber the loss bolng 76000 with an Insurance of 47000 President Castro manifests strong hostility against Anitisrlcan and French Interests In VenCuoJai His attitude It Is added a iarlicularly menacing against tho French Cable Co- It la probable that all Immigration figures will bo broken boforo the spring Is ended From all parts of Europe aliens aro boxtkod to arrive and tho resources of tho station at Ellis Island will bo taxed to tho ut mostState department officials definitely announced that as yet no final deter mination had Noun reached regarding the proposition of the representatives of the powers at Santo Domingo that the United States appoint one of Its citizens to net aa Interior commission for tho collection of customs Hulpatta MIcco chief of the Seminole Indians Is load aged 76 years MIcco served In tho fedora army dur tag the civil war with a hand of his tribesmen Tho plant and stock of the Virginia Carolina Chemical Co at East Rome Ga was entirely destroyed by fire tho lose being paced at 250000 Two men were seriously burnud A daring attempt at a jell delivery at Scottsboro Ma was frustrated by Miss Lulu Austin tho young daughter of Sheriff D C Austin President Arthur Von Brlesen of tho Legal Aid society of New York hns received a letter from President Roosevelt accepting the honorary vlco presidency of tho society Rr Adm Chester superintendent of tho naval observatory has completed arrangements for the observation of the total solar eclipse of August 2930 IPOS At Fayefttovllle Ga Col Stephen D Rcnfreo a lawyer about 77 was con victed of the murder of his daughter lnuw Ho was sentenced to servo the remainder of his life In the state prison v t tl j PERMANENT PEACE Russia to Build No Waislilps For a Term of Years This May Be One of the Conditions Proposed by JapanDenied That Preliminary Negotiations For Peace Occurred In Paris Paris March 27Jt was stated In diplomatic quarters here that among the conditions of peace which Japan might ask would bo that Russia glvo a pledge to build no more warships tor u term of years A diplomatic official said that such n condition wouM be the most effective means of assure Ing Japan against Rusalais carrying out her cherinhcd project of navjil re armament for the renuwal of hostlH ties under better conditions thnu those at presbnt existing Concerning the recent preliminary approaches toward peace It IB now accepted In the highest diplomatic quarters that these preliminary nego tlatlons did not occur here although I Paris may have been the channel through which he results were trans knitted to St Petersburg and Tokio However It Is noticeable that there line not boen the slightest reference In French newspapers to the peace movement having taken tangible form hero or elsewhere except In continued academic discussion of the peace prop aganda and a tow vague St Peters burg dispatches showing that peace la In the air BIG LINERS COLLIDE Both Vessels Badly Damaged Near Halifax N 8 Halifax N S March 27Two groat trans AtaOto liners tho Parisian of tho Alton line and tho Albano a Ham burgAmerican bont both bound If heavily loaded with passengers col lided oft the harbors entrance Doth wen seriously damaged but reached their docks and landed their paiwon gore safely Tho Parisians stern touched bottom as she reached her wharf while hard pumping kept time Albano free Both steamers wore from European ports the Parisian front Liverpool and the Albano from Hamburg The Pa risian had on board 1000 passengers The AlbAno carried 800 passengers nearly all for Philadelphia to which port site was to have proceeded after tillinG here PRODIGAL RETURNS Youth Who Left Evanston III Four Year Ago at Home t Chicago March 27Frank Rogers who disappeared from his home In liv miMon four yours ago with his aunt Hiss Forence lily line returned Young pagers stated that since bay Ing Chicago ho has been working In Buffalo and Now York oily The police and othortt for a long time work otl on the case as a kidnaping mya tory The boy now denies that he has boon with hs aunt Tho boy had been tho pet of his mint over slnco he was a baby So close was this friendship that Miss Ely could scarcely allow the boy to be out Of hor sight Her affection was returned by young Rogers LORD CHARLES BERESFORD After Vloltlng In St Louis He Left For Texas and Mexico SL Louts March 2iAtter spend ing several hours Inspecting St Louts part of the program being n walk through tho business section Lord Charles Berosford vice admiral of tin rtlsh channel squadron departed for Texas and old Mexico Lord Beresford accompanied by Rourko Cochran and Mr andMrs lS Oulness of New York arrived In St Louis Sunday morning Whla hero Lord Berosfoul gave Interviews to several newspaper met comment ing on tho UusalunJapaneno war which he believes will end befora very long Steel Corporation to Increase Wages Pit UhtrtMarch 27 OlHolals of th4jnUd States Steel Corporation fte d to have completed all plansflruparatory to making the an nouncement of a sweeping wage in creaae to 50 Into effect April 1 Tho amount of tho Increase Is not known at present but tt 1s stated that with tho exception of the tonnage men In the steel mills all other employes will receive the full amount of tho former reduction The total Incronso for the year will It U said npproxl inaU+ 9000000 The advance will af fect dOQOQ workmen In this district Aerial Navigation Solvad March 27ProtMontgomery of Santa Clara college Is declared to have Invented a now nero plane which made several success ful nights boSiig guided at will by tho aeronaut without this sustaining aid of a balloon His Appointment Held Up Washington March 37On complaint of his divorced wife the com of Dr Frederick McMaster of New York recently appointed consul to Zanzibar haS boon held up by direc tion of President Rooievolt until nn Investigation has been made Are In Favor of Peace Moscow March 27Wlth tho ex- ceptIon of tho Moscow Gaictta prac tically all the newspapers of this city aro for peace on condition that there bo neither cession of territory nor pay ment of Indemnity i L STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST r L THE HARGISESIGiven a Ball Lexington Ky March 21The case of time commonwealth against James Alex and Elbert Hargis and Ed Callahan on motion for ball opened Monday with the courthouso packed with peopfe litany coming here from surrounding cities and counties The phase of the case on trial at this time IB merely a partial hearing for the court to decide whether they are entitled to ball pending trial for the killing of Jas Cockrill in Breath Itt coupty three years ago In late testimony Monday Hose Feltner author of recent sensational deposition In Breathltt cases made n sensational statement that on one oc casion prior to the death of Cockrill he Alex and James Hargfs and Calla han were present In Hargis store anti that the entire party spent considerable time discussing who should bo killed first Marcum or Cockrill Short ly after this he said Cockrill was killed He said he was acting In bad faith with the Hargises and told Mar mm and Cockrill of tho plot In order to save their lives The statement created a sensation Lexington Ky March 22The second day of tho hearing of the mo ion made by Judge Hargis and his associates for ball brought no mate rial advantage to either side This Is regarded as a favorable omen to the defendants Every inch of ground Is being stubbornly contested and the commonwealth had not closed Its tes llnibny when the court adjourned The star witness was Capt B J Ewen of Jackson who testified that ho had talked with Judge Hargis con cerning the killing of James Cockrill before and after the deed but In the hands of Attorney George iCHunt for tho defense ho became contused Lexington Ky March 23The most Interesting feature In the third days proceedings on the motion for ball made by the Hargls brothers was tho introduction of Senator Alex Har gls as a witness In his oWn behalf Tile Is the first time that Senator Hargls has been required to describe under oath the tact or circumstances if any of his connection with the kill ing of Jim Cockrill His testimony created a profound Impression His story was told In so calm dignified and straightforward a manner that no one appeared to doubt the truth of It The impression created Is favorable and the opinion of the public In this city Is that he has been more stoned against than sinning Ho denied ov ory material allegation made against hum by tho witnesses for tho common wealth and his explanation of the various phases through which ho passed in regard to the main Issue woro so clear and lucid that Attorney Byrd was met with numerous rebuffs in his efforts to break him down Lexington Ky March 21 County Judge James Hargis one of the de fendants followed Alex Hargis In tho hearing for ball Like his brother he mado a sweeping denial of all the Im portant points brought out In the tee timony of the prosecution against him and his alleged coconspirators He denied In toto the story Anse White told as to an attempt to get him to kill live men at one time aa well as tho story told about Jefferson Smith as to a plot to shoot Jim Cockrill Almost the entire statement was nuga tory The crossexamination was long and searching but the eminent prison er stood fire with unusual coolness and made a good witness for the de fenseLexington Ky March 25Testl mony affecting the motion for ball for the Hargis brothers and Sheriff Ed Callahan of Jackson was concluded and tho case submitted without argu moot lato Friday SAME AS LAST YEAR Western Kentucky Operators and Mi ners Agree on a Wage Scale Louisville Ky March 25 Tho Joint scale committee of the miners and op Orators for the Western Kentucky tile trict agreed on the scale for schedulethe coming year The U practically tho same as last year the price to be paid for pick mining being 78 4 coats Tho minors naked 8234 cents for this work but receded from their demand Married Wealthy Young Woman Lancaster Ky March 2tDr O Chrfs Faris cousin of Senator George Farts and Miss Mary Gill one of the wealthiest young women in the blue grass section wore married here They loft foj Now Orleans Frank Shuh Is Dead Newport Ky March 24Frnnk Shuh 52 one of tho bestknown men In layton and a pioneer of the city died suddenly of throat trouble Mr Shuh was one of tho jurors In tho Pearl Bryan murder case Moral Wave In Newport Newport Ky March 251t is understood that the banishing of slot machines from this city Is but the be ginning of a moral crusade that Is to be Inaugurated in tho city and that the lid Is to put on and tightly clamped Timber Land Sold Sit Sterling Ky Mardi 25JI G Elmer of Iron ton 0 has purchased of Enoch Dudley about 5000 acres of timber land In Morgan county The price paid was 44000 The new own er will devoloD the tract at once w r II 41 7fFj TRUANT SOLDIERS Scrubbing and Whitewashing Inflicted on Them Winchester Ky March 23101Allen of the Second regiment K S 0 was here and gave Company II of this city Capt Lucien Beckncr com- mandinG a genulno shaking up Capt Bcckner had exhausted all means without restoring to harsh measures to Insuro full attendance at drill meetings Maj Allen Insisted on the strict enforcement of military law and suggested to Capt Beckner that a touch of the bayonet sometimes worked wonders In Impressing a way ward soldier with the importance of obeying orders As a resultof Maj Allens visit detachments of the company have pa trolled the streets all day searching for tho absent memberd many of whom have been brought in and assigned to various tasks as punishment for their disobedience Some were put to scrubbing the floor of the armory some to white washing the walls while others wero kept busy overhauling equipment brushing uniforms and polishing rusty guns and side arms BIG LUMBER COMPANY I It Owns 2500 Acres of Coal and Lumber Land In Lee County Mt Sterling Ky March 25Judge William C Taylor Bruce Taylor of Frenchburg J Will Clay and M C Clay of this city have organized the Millers Creek Lumber Co They have Incorporated at 8000 capital Tho company owns 2500 acres of tine coal and lumber lands in Leo county and will develop It at once The main office will be In this city A lino ot railway will bo built to connect with the Louisville Atlantic railway and several coal mines will bo opened and saw mills erected PREMIUM ON A POLICY In Coffins and Burial Fixtures the Agent Took His Pay Owonsboro Ky March 25on ac count of the great competition among insurance agents In Owensboro Boyd MItchusson a wellknown agent ac cepted a contract from an undertaker to take tho first premium on the pol icy In coffins and burial fixtures if he would Insure his life with his com pany The contract was drawn up and tho policy delivered The Insur anco agent at present is in the best of health Judgment For 3000 Frankfort Ky March 25ln the United States district court a Jury awarded plaintiff 3000 in a damage case of Rogers against the Chesapeake Ohio Railroad Co Tho plaintiff a woman claimed to have been injured on a train of the defendant between Lexington and this city while cross- Ing the platform from one coach to another Tho railway company may appeal the case Both Fatally Wounded Hlndmnn Ky March 23Attor a dispute in u game of poker Town Mar shal H Cody was probably fatally wounded and Elliott Dyer la dying with six bullet wounds In his body The shooting was caused by Dyers resistance to arrest by Marshal Cody on a warrant sworn out by Millard Thatcher A New Wesleyan College Winchester Ky March 23The board of education of the Kentucky Wesleyan college met hero and unani mously decided to replace tho build ing recently destroyed by fire and continue the school here Tho Win chester Commercial club turned over 2000 in subscriptions to the build lug tumid Appointed To Annapolis Academy Henderson Ky March 24Con grossman A O Stanley has appointed J Thomas Wilson of Henderson to Annapolis as principal John Mason Dyer of Morgaufleld first alternate Milton Grant Moore of HopklusriHe second alternate and Clyde Haynes or Morganfiuld third alternate Want An Investigation Sholbyville Ky March 25 Citizens of Shclbyvllie nnd Shelby county have joined In a petition to the state roll road commission for aa Investigation of tho freight rates charred by rail roads entering Shelbyvlllo and of tho express charges made by this express companies Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky March 23 Offerings on tho tobacco breaks Included 1144 hhds of burley arid 107 hhds of dark prices for burley ranged from 425 to 1775 Tho market was satisfactory and was considered stronger A Strike at Owensboro Owensboro Ky March 25ortlImrila at tho American tobacco factory went on n strike They were empoy Cd In time tieing room and ware re calving 35 cents a hundred for ratio ing tobacco They want live cents In crease Booking Privilege Sold Lexington Ky March 25Secre- tary Campbell Scott of thu Kentucky Racing association closed a contract with F 11 Hoaklns Toronto Can giv ing him tho booking privileges at the spring meeting here May 3 to 9 r J q h v 101 Spring Goods WE HAVE THE NEWEST MOST COMPLETE AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS IN BEREA Spring Goods Are In DRESS GOODS MOHAIRS SERGES FRENCH MADRAS SILK MULLS SILK WAISTING GINGHAMS ORGANDIES LAWNS PERCALES DRESS LINENS OPERA CREPE AND SUMMER SUITINGS OF ALL KINDS ARE FOUND HERE IN THE LATEST STYLES WE HAVE THE NEWEST NOVELTIES IN THE POPULAR SHADES OF BLUES AND BROWNS OUR STOCK OF WHITE GOODS IS COMPLETE IN ALL THE NEW STYLE PATTERNS COYLE HAYES 1ttlI M HHHHH rlI Eastern Kentucky News t1foeonetponleace published salesi tlgnti In all by the writer The came It sot for pUDlicaUoa but M u evidence cf good faith Write plainly t u dtE1IIIIiH111tt1IOWSLEY COW CREEK Manila 20Peto Hacker contem plates raising a large crop of corn this yourCharloy Evorsolo has just s returned from Conkling and reports the most enjoyable time of his life Ho thinks he will have hit required number of ribs soouJames Gab bard of Gabbard visited friends at this place Saturday and Sunday W H Gabbard was with us Monday i It is reported that Mrs Ed Cala han attempted suicide because of her husbands confiument in the Fayette county jailPleas Gabbard is now a in the axhandlo and spoke business Robert Reynolds has just returned from down the river and reports log l market dullJohn Gabbardswapped I his whito mule to a fine bay mare Sunday Six days shalt thou labor Willton way dayWill Gabbard Tree Billwas at this place Monday on business Will Gabbard Long Hairs Bill has bOno to Floyd on business Will unbbartl Tater Bill has moved his family to Island Creek where he thinks ho will permanently locate StophenTS Baker a leading merchant of Floyd has moved to Buffalo Creek Uncle A C Gabbard of Boone villo has had a serious attack of tho grip Uncle Sam Smith is suffering with similar trouble Bill Wilson Uncle Will is preparing to sow oats Bill Wilson Blinky Bill has gone to market with logsBill Wilson Easters Bill was hero Saturday on- bushnssBill Wilson Meadow Creek Bill visited friends and rela tires at this place rece9tlyE D and Isaac Gabbard from Tallega and report the public roads in bad condition Mary A Gabbard widow of the late Michall Gabbard is very sick at her homo nonr Eversolo Her attending pity sician thinks she hits gripTandy Frost says hurrah for the United States Pnitts Poultry Food and The Citizen GABBARD March 2uTom Jewel of Jackson was hero Thursday prospecting fo- rconlDr John M Kash was here tho first of the week looking after his spoke timber James R Gabbard and two sisters visited relatives on Cow Creek Saturday night and Sun dayWo learn that John Jolt and Miss Ellen Reynolds both of Cow Creek wore recently married Stephen Baker reports of having a fine success in the potrait business He is now eating cheese He is the champion cheese eater of this vicinity Dewey Gabbard tho little son of W 0 Gabbard who was given upt die by Dr Anderson is now some 1 better and hopes are entertained for his recovery Mr and Mrs Curtis V I Jett of Athol visited Leander Rey nolds nnd family on Cow Creek Sat urday night and Sunday James B Bolin is stillvery low Ho has not been well for some time and his condition seems to grow more serious James Burns an Irishman who came to America about six years ago SundayHeThe appearance of the green meadows and the sweet noise of the rippling of the frogs in the ponds sends forth the news that we are to soon have the good old spring time como again recentlybrokealso the tiling that projected below the loft for the stove pipe at tho schoolhouse at this place It is a shame that the person who did it has no more respect for himself mud for his community and tho welfare of this county TRAVELERS REST March 24Tho mild tides are bringing smiles to the timber men Our farmers are looking out for drier days for oat sowlngAddnml Stephen Cnudell are visiting relatives and friends at this placeW P Minter has been ill but is now con valescent Bros Johnson and Hill give us two interesting sermons this weekMrs G C Smith is the guest of Mrs W P Minter this week Caudell Bros are having good success in the mercantile business at this PurryBegleyof this place John D Creech is making some outside improvements on his place A J Creech will ho our teacher for the coming term Grant Spivy has secured a position placeItthat peaches are all killed by the freezes of this season- MADISON COUNTY PEYTONTOWN March 27Rw Win Bushof PeytontownnightMr and Mrs Arthur Roy nolds were the guests of Miss Added Phelps Saturday and Sunday Mrs Allena Rice and Mrs Robert New man visited the formers mother Mrs Alice Phelps Monday Mr Mrs J C Burnam Miss Pattio Turner and Clarence Million of Berea wore hero Sunday attendin church and visiting relatives Charles Haynes who departed this life Saturday at Stanford was brought to his mothers and the ro mains placed in the family burying ground Monday funeral conducted by Rev Broaddus and others flyingtripD Miller is visiting in Irvine this weekMiss Mary V White was at homo Sunday BARE KNOB I March 8Joe Jones of Knox county is visiting his mother at this place fora days Jerry Richard son and wife of Big Hill visited his brother Robt Richardson Sunday Miss Diuksio Lake is visiting her sister Mrs J E Hammond on Clear Creek this week OM Payne of Disputanta was in Berea Saturday on business Rev Dan Phelps filled his appointment at East Scaffold I Cane Sunday Jno Wnddlo visited friends nnd relatives at Winchester last weekMr and Mrs J M Baker visited friends east of Boron Sunday There will be preaching at this place at the new church Sunday evening at 2 p M by Rev T A Kitchen ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE March 27We have been having I some fine farming weather here o- flateRev J F Pholps of Carters neighborhood i donia church The boys were all glad to see the pay car when it run the 20th Mrs Etta Lambert nnd little son Roubio visited Mrs Agnis Dobbs and Pnttie Montgomery Sun day and reported having a nice time Grover Thomas of this place is visiting his brother nt Paint Lick this weekRer J W Lambert at tendedchurch nt Macedonia Sunday nut visited I L Martin nnd funnily Mr and Mrs John Wren and Mrs Ida Wren and Ron Grant visited at Mrs Sam McCluros Sunday Ida May Wreir visited tho Missus Smith Sunday I Kentucky PickUps I FOR PEONAGE City of Louisville and Workhouse Superintendent Indicted Louisville Ky March BaThe fed oral grand Jury Indicted tho city of Louisville and I N Vottor superin tendent of tho workhouse for alleged violations of tho fedora statutes against peonage Mr Volter Is Indict ed on two counts He Is charged with unlawfully wilfully and hnowlngy holding In custody Jerry Cook The city of Loulsvlllo Is Indicted on four counts charging It with holding under conditions of peonage Jerry Cook and Bob Price negroes The grand Jury was held to report May 9 Tho indictment against Mr Fetter was returned against him In his otn clal capacity only and does not Imply any porsonal wrongdoing The negroes mentioned In the In dictments are federal witnesses In the election cases against seven potie sill cera and others whose trials are wt for May 9 Both were arrested on al loged trivial charges fined and placed under bonds to keep the peace They have already worked out their fines at the statutory rate of U per day Late Tuesday the negroes wero taken out of the workhouse by fed Oral Judge Evans and gives into the care of United Stato Marshal James pending action on petitions for writs of habeas corpus for their reloaso THE BABY POISONER It Is Feared the Colored Woman May Be Lynched Paducah Ky March 9Tho trial of Mrs Mary Brockwoll and George Albrltton charged with the murder of Mrs Ilrockwolls throe little children was sot for Monday The town Is ox cited and there Is danger of a double lynching Extra guards have been placed about tho Jail Albritton who was arrested a short time after Mrs Brockwoll confessed denies her statements He says ho hind been living with her but that he could not sup port the family and loft three weeks agoMrs Brockwell Is now trying to claim she remembers little about the poisoning Sho says privation desti tution and suffering during the cold months have made her crazy Sho Is a native of Symsonla Graves county and while attractivelooking is of inferior Intelligence What Inspector Mines Discovered Paducab Ky March 29The report of State Inspector Henry Hlnes on tho tax books of Sheriff Lee Pot ter was made public The Inspector places tho amount duo the state coun ty and Individual taxpayers at J3 46962 Of this amount Judge limos says 194834 is duo individuals 1 24962 Is due McCracken county and Potf ter says 3 pay A Minister Takes His Life Columbia Ky March 29AJrred Kean a Methodist minister CD cbm mltted suicide by shooting nt his rosl denco at Fry Green county Ho had been In poor health for sumo time and thoiMet An Untimely Death representativegof tho California Citrus Fruit Co was killed at Guthrie by a freight train while en route to Pembroke to visit his mother tho widow of Charles J Radford Minister Expires Winchester Ky March 29Dr George 8 Savage ono of the oldest and most widely known ministers ot tho M E church and for many years agent for the American Bible society died at his home hero in his 94th year 1 AGENCY FOR CANDY JOES Richmond Ky Call at T J Moberleya and BOO the best line of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for tho horse Cell and get prices they will induce jou to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Keuluoky Italian Cruller at Santo Domingo San Domingo March 29The Ital ian cruiser Calabria arrived hero Do minican oflldals regard the coming of the Calabria as significant and declare that an arrangement with foreig- creditors Is urgently needed To Escort the German Emperor Tangier March 29TAo Frena cruisers left to escort the steamer Hamburg with tho emperor of Gor many on board through the straits Mulal Adol Malek has arrived hero to welcome Bmporor William Quarantine Regulations Montgomery Aka March 30The quarantine regulations for Alabama Louisiana and Texas against all tro ical countries and ports coming under the suspected net will go Into aNt next Saturday To Tax All Corporations SHcrmmento Cal Marsh 3BOov Parties has approved the bill pattsteln by the last legislature fixing a flat to of nO a year on all corporations tat olga and dumeeUs doing bwlnsM la this state Salvation Army Anlversary New York March 39Comleaede- Miss r Bva Booth presided at tM cle braUon of the 11th anniversary of the establishment of the Salvation army In the United States at Carnegie halt Caught In Revolving Shaft Paducah Ky March W Georjso Parker an emitoye of tie Southern Peanut Co was caught In the revolting shaft and Injured Internally lloth sldos of his face were so lacerated that lOG stitches wore neceerary rIg above picture of the in in and fish is tIlt trulc mark or ticotts1nullsio11 uini is the Hvnoiiviii flat strength and It is Hold in almost all the clvilizeilcou11 trkH of the globe If tho cod fish becnnio extint it would be a worldwide calam ity because tho oil unit CulnP- from its liver t1I1UU4HIH nil nthci fats in nourishing and lififiv inj ycnis ngo the proprietors of Scons laird sion found a WilY ofWtparin cod liver oil so tllll t everyiinitnn tnko it and got the full video of tho oil without the iiniiililr taste Scotts Enniisirn js tin beRt thing in the world for wiiik backward children thin dclirntr people nntlnil cunditiotiH ot wasting nut lost tronyh Seed for free mrapte SCOTT C 11OWXK CIIRMISTS- 4O841 VBAII 8TI1RKT NKW TOIIIC rde anti lOO firimg sa I j Carriage Satisfaction Here I Durable Graceful hodyfinisbcarriages invariably give thanNOWWe repaint repair and retirt Get our prices KENTUCKY WORKS- C P HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky My Breath Shortness of Breath Is One of the Com monest Signs of Heart Disease NoUvlthitaruling whit many phr lo lane My heart UlcmM can be cured Dr MUM New Heart Cure has per manynno UM medicine allopathic or Iwroeeo pathlc of regular pre tte ng phyrtetetuu holeheuooeeetat In oaring theme dieseNearly always sae oC the tint signs ef trouble to chrtneM of breath Wheth or It somas as a result et walking or ranntac up stairs er or other ejercltea U the heart U tiiwUe U wet title extra demnad upon IU pwnpug pwenther- I MKa ethllt wtvaff with It The very best thing yu can de It to tau Dr billet New Heart CUre It 1whet go to the fMimtaltoa of the trw We awl make a permanent eve by innetkentac and reaenrrog the nerve 1 Xnew that Dr Mile New Heart Clare Ie a nat remedr Per a number from bwtneM of kstnensothesmE spell sad pal In toy ft side For mouth at a time I be usable to II rny left eWU t 114 list on back would nutty 4sx1 i aid tAth trod rta I to IlItINItfl at aft MftNI IIMUw of te lout Cure thektfag I m Iftltt- alld pteIDI ftIdIIIaed 1 mw out rely well AU le r t a 5lIfdUL 11 DRAEE M yVUtheFREE Writ to un fur Pr Trtal Icluur a of Dr Mlles Anti Pain Pllli the New Belntifto Its ns4y tor Nil Atao Bjrmptom Ktank tellSp etaltt will dlicnuM your HUML what U It LABORATOniBtf Free DR MlLiISUlt1CAL CO Buggies CARRIAGE For Sale WHOLESALE SETTLE SIMMONS An Announcement Public Jnminry 100- 5ARBUCKLfc SIMMONS succeeded by E DOUGLAS AND COMPANY the three venous be see thorn the old Respectfully yours C E DOUGLAS COf RICHMOND KY BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which are not liver irreg i Black Draught Stock and Poultry Medl bowel and liver remedy oftAmerican breeders and flocksssional dose D1nc1cDr1ulht Stock and Poultry their may buya 2cent halfpound airtight n this medicine iruiu his u ler vigorousgallykeep HluckDraupht Stock and Poultry docs not send cents for a sample manufacturers The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tenn nocuiua On Jan to HOT D1ACkDraulh Stock Poultry Medicine beU seer tried Our lock looking bad when you lent the medicine and they getting 10 Sue They looking prcent better B P DROCKINGTOll PhaetonstRunaboutsSurries Traps Useful ComfortableStylish I Ono hoiiKo smith lot on east end of I Center Street Huron Ky Hoimo hiss four rooms boxed and in good condition ror weather Iranrding ulc Built last fall Lot 120 by 121test N room lor gnnlen PRICE 450 I For further jmrtteulnrs call on I JOHN BALES orownor S B COMBS Boron Ky S140OQQ CASH WORTH OF ShoesClothing AT COST GOOD STOCK LIBERAL PRICES ALL LINES A P Jr Depot Street Phone 10 CE DOUGLAS G D J D ARBUCKLB to the let Was AND C The firm will be composed of shove who will pleased to have their call and at seine stand of in food raiser 25 can to the and U the WM me now are are 30 I PRODUCECHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC I IDongM At tel notch prices by J S GOTT Depot Street Boron Ky Miss SUE SMITH Is now ready to do FIN- EDRESSMAKING AND SEWING Located o- nCENTER STREET I House next to Bert Coddiugtoua t