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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1HIIfHIIIUIUlolIHrHI1 BEREA PUBLISHING COL E C HINMAN Manager SZmttnllKe Ptat fflei nt Berea Ay at tte clan maU manor tHHIIIIIH1HH H IHH i vor4 vib- A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 6 1905I tOne dollar a year 42 II IDEAS Tim nnibltkws often full into lliw ditch vltllu gazing nt the slurs Ho loublort his iroublus who Iwr rows tomorrows Tho Inllust nitiii in ingonfoim unaugh to doculvu bttnsulf- Tlio Froiioh Buy A wlso innh thinks btiforu im HjHXilm but n fool uftur ho IIIIH Hi okon FROM THE WIDE WORLD prolidlritedt Tho KuisoDunlsh arbitration lrun t ty has Ixtan adopted by tho Danish InrlianiuiiU tOdonlwon tho HIx yooomi nn mw Ixitwcvn tho nnhur lllos of Oxford and CnmbrldgaI- noreiiBod dnttua on imjxxts into I Jiipnn aru oximuiud to mid alxiut two trtlRl1lryforI rill first trains PUMKN through tho Siinploii tiinnul yeU rd y One train started from uneh of the two ends and when thoy mot in till oanter nn oxuimngt + of ewijrntul Uoim took plxuttTho Dolginn cralllani of Santo Domingo Hn not satisfied pith tho urniiiHojiiont made for tlio colluolkin and ItejKxtition of iU OTOIIIIIM and donmnd the imyiHoitt of 27000 H Thuyliuldtill bland Kopiiblict London A 8 The prinott of Wnldtt umlonreut m oKf Uwi this Drooling at Murlboroogh bolle tliu nature nt wliieh WM not divnlgml in txlhaoquentlyIaouel bySirph1iuiIN OUR OWN COUNTRY Ciliatttw of Soutlwni Oktohwtut an ftrnui iiift a itxMiug wolfhunt for Ireah lint Itousarttlt It is mtiiMtud that 155000 infinite ilhHl in the United State during tho past year from the effect of tout puaiom A receiver lee Imni uppoiutud far- r the American Fruit SlonHMkip Com Many H 6000000 of which fonnwr Kwrntor William B MHSOII of Chit lKul is president Secretary of StAte lay arrivedat hell Iles yvHleniay and twirl his health tNfR gnmtly Improved by his oconn voyage lie will arrive nl Genoa today and will then go to till Itirtom bylbCwnntorco to liaro tho nuiwiua of Zubnloii M Pike moored from Indiana and rmnterrwl in that oily or on tho sntninit of JiJtew Poak which ho discovered Ihu North Atlnntlo squadron is to Ito roorgtmized rho limIt IB to ho divided into first second thIrd otHiHt mill dustroyttr squadrons with Hix divisions ouch of which tain bo dittnchod at any tithe and to Iw wml out on union from thu Navy Depart mont COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY byOr1lgtOilover tho Pomtsylvania niflruml for his long trip to tho Sontlnvrat and will Ira nlwtnt from WaHhington alwnt two wooks- ThoCtttnlHirland Iliw Lino Com jmny is reported to IMJ hiking up its twoinch pima and laying down a four incll plpo to tho Kontiicky oil holds Pmctioally nil tho criiilo oil flhipod from tho Kentucky flold ia trniiHxirtvd through this Alpo line It buwuel by tho Standard Oil Company It ia rumored in Loxington that n Domoumtio dally nt Wflpu or will ho pnbllshud ill thntcdt hII stool company with n txtit1tnlof 25000 Judge Juntos Hargis lox Uargto + Loxlngtonjlli1l1walUng till aasassinatlon of Jainos Cockrill at JackRon ufo mild to bo tho finan cial ImokoFH of tho ontorpriso- Prusidont lioosovolt spoilt two hUH hall 111 in Louisville TuuBdny as tho warmly wolcomed guest of tho city Ho tuft his train at tho South urn end of tho cityDud was oscortcd through thin utreots to tho music of bands and tho chcora of many thou sands of pooplo A stop was niado at tho courthouse whoro Qov Dock ham introduced him to n groat mass of citizens to whom ho delivered a short address In tho prosonco ofa few invited guests at tho Louisvillo Hotel ho was presented with a silver lingua a silver vase IIlIdII silver mounted inkstand THE CITIZEN IIIIBNRT ALLEN LtlTO I Yes heah yo cum mos out o breaf Yo bettnh quit yo foollnl Done nlmos played yosef ter def Yo bettah quit yo foollnl See dem pants now an dat shirt Glean dis mornn now wid dirt JDone klveredl Boy gwine ter whup yo fer it v 1 i t- 1skYr1 Here Ise bin ncedn yo tin days Yo bettah quit yo foollnl Didn yo heah me callln Stty tYo bettah quit yo foolint Ise feard yoll ncbber do no good Yo lazy tingl Go tote some woods f- Id be some er count now sho I would tYOIIbettah quit yo foolinl f iYoMo If yo green doan quit yo foolinl Ill kill yol Got bof pockets full 1Dldn I tol yo not ter pull No mo Ise gwine ter com yo wool If doan foolInM 11CONFERENCE HELD prosentativps of Clergymen and Priidentlnl Comuiittacs Mot in Boston DISCUSSED ROCKEFELLERS GIFT The Former Will lluvt to Cendwrt- 11iolr Crusade Atrntust Its Acceptance Ilmsstitetl The Latter Refused To Join the Protestants In Their Move To Bring the Matter Before the Con gregational Clergy ton April ITho commute of Congregational clergymen who are protecting njmlnst the acceptance by the American board of commissioner for foreign mission of John D Rock efeller s gift of tlduOUU will have to conduct their cnisnde unaltd by the prudential committee of tbe Am lean board After n protracted oou ferwnce between representative of tits prottwJIng clorgymens committee and threw mumbora ot the pjrHdenUal coot iiitttco the latter rofnsed aueolutely to join tho protustantK In their mow moot to bring before the OonxrtgK tlonal clergy of the country Ute rea sons advanced for or ftxlnti UIB ae ceptaneo of the gift Previous to this no the rep raMntaUve of the proioetini oonllirtt too MId a meeting at whloh It wfif llS ddod to ask tho pnidenURl oonllnlatee to IBBUO n joint statement ooncerntng the clroumstancM of the gift and the reasons for Its rejection or acceptance Will Continue the Agitation The prolesionta will continue their agitation Independently It was an nounced tint a statement would ba prepared Immediately setting forth the protmtanta side of the oontravor ay and opposing unqualifiedly the ac coptanco of Mr Rockefellers gift This atntomont will be Issuotl In cir cular form and sent to each member of the morlcan board and to every Congregational clergyman In the Unit od states At a late hour the committee of protesting clergymen completed Its stato Mont which will bo printed and bent broadcast It la addrossod To tilt CorMrato Members of tho American Hoard and the Ministers of Our Can gregational Churchos Lawson To Address the Chautauqua Topoka Kan April 6 Thomas W Lawson ot Boston will address the Clnuitauqua Ottawa ICon this mini mar taking as his theme tho Standard Oil Co An Invitation was extended recently by Gov Huch and line boon accepted The Case Dismissed Arkansas City Ken April GTIll sago of tho stato against William De vino charged with assault with a doud ly weapon with intent to kill J H Harrloty a nonunion Santa Fa ma chinist was dismissed In court hero Reported To Rr Adm McCalla Vallojo Cal April GSubLlout Andre Kara Dynjan tho third of thu Russian officers who broko their pa rolo and returned to Russia has reach ed Maro Island Ho reported to Rr Adm Bowman II McCalla VETERANS GRAY The Ornoted President Theodore Roosevelt in Louisville ns the BAUd Plnycd Dixlet WELCOMED ON SOUTHERN SOlE I11iYxeently ItetnnhRed 8tnudhln i llie Carriage us tlw ConlMorate awl Uit It Men Passed On the Way to St Louis the Presl dent Made Three Speeches In Indiana and Illinois Where His Train Stowed Down Louterllle Ky April LThe presi dent arrived here on schedule tlino sad WM greeted by Guy neckham Acting Mayor ItaHh and Clmlnnan Murray of the recepUaa committee The parade stetted from Thirst and A at nt For block around Thlnl and A trta the crowd were densely HKkrd cad as the president train came to a stop the sheers of the thou and vreleoinetl the notion head on DhleB oL The prwiilMita salute of tl gnus wad fired The president attrrooudWl W 80 ttelfoa on foot 10- msIiMt a poIshlri the second mrrtflM oontatulitg Jt party and UIO txl tq accent pony ftAt Third and Broadway the OoafM rf VflUrntw unit tho 0 A n itsttttrtgl M togrMt the prMlilont As tile oarrtrtg drew near the Confederate pant ptalHNt Dicta The pros dent arose and waved hit bat Those AVe the Bays For Me A moment later be aaw the gray uniforms of the griuled heroes of the south Those are the boys for me he shouted and rising in his carriage ho remained HtamlliiR white theyI pawed At the head of the line he rwngnlspd CH u Baull DullII There Gen Duke he cried Hul lo General Im glad to see you onl to rnea van with your men Oen Duke bowed nnit the president greeted each man Individually The Spanish War veterans onmo nlxthTIletie are my comrades said the provident Next were the a Aon veterans All came forward The president topped hta carriage saying I want to look at these nun Ho saw a vet eran tfith one arm Come forward he said and bowed his respects The procession then moved to tho Iouluvlllo hotel whore the president was iireeenlwl with n lingua filled with water front the spring on Lincoln n blrthplnno an Inkstnnd made from a tree on Lincolns birthplace mud n ell ver rave At Fourth and Broadway 1500 school children snug MS Old kontucUj Homo The president again stopped his carriage Well this Is n weloomo ho said Hurrah fur Kentucky From Louisville To St Louis St Ix uls April 5From IxiilRvlle to St Louis President Uoosovolt has taken more than n passing Interest In Indiana and Illinois the two status through which his special train pass ed lIe discussed with his guests the relative merits of tho utntoa from an agricultural point of view nail thin I warmth of the people as displayed at the various places tho special stopped or hesitated At a dozen or more towns tho train slowed down and at most of those great crowds were at the depot cheering as long as tho train was In sight Ho made three speeches on route They wore at Mllltown Ind Huntlngburg Inl1 and Mt Ver non 111 At East Junction near Princeton Ind whoro a change of en gines was made tho president Jumped down the rear platform of the train to shako hands with a number of employee of the railroad shops there The train ran through Prince ton slowly to give tho president an opportunity to hastily review several hundred school children that had been assembled near the railroad tracks ABOUT TO BE SOLO The House In Which President Theo dore Roose + elt Was Born New York April 6TIIO house In which Theodore Roosevelt was born Of No 38 Kant 20th street Is about to be will Leo I Olosel president of the Roosevelt Homo club said that he has undertaken to organize a pro tective association to purchase tile property and maintain the house permanently and will within the next few days announce a treasurer for the fund and an appeal will bo made for funds Assassin of M Plehve Escapes Vienna April 6Tho Tageblntt says it has learned from a privhte source that Rasonoff the assassin or DL Plehvo tho Russian minister of the Interior who was killed by a bomb last July has escaped from the prison in tho fortress of St Peter and St Paul Woman Sentenced To Death New York ApriJ 6Mrs Anna Val entine who was convicted of tho murder of Rosa Salza at Lodl N J a year ago and whoso attorneys have making ovory effort to save her from the gallows was resentenced to be hanged on Friday May 12 Inventor Bankrupt Boston AllrIl5E Moody Boynton of Wet Newbury a wellknown In vector moo a voluntary petition In bankruptcy Liabilities 106101 assets 300 Boynton established a bicycle railroad nt Concy Island N V several yours ago THE EQUITABLE FIGHT Effort To Be Made To Oust President and Second Vice PresidentI tfWYork Aprll5I11u fight In the Suitable LIre Assurance society as seined a new phase when several letters that heretofore have been carefully kept secret wore made public Further Interest was aroused by a per sistent report emanating from an apparently reliable source and so far not denied that Vice President Hyde and lit friends In the society had decided to aMtime the aggressive According to the report the Hyde party will force lames 1V Alexander and Gage E Tar boll to retire from the presidency and second vice presidency of the society at the meeting of the board ot direc tore to bo hold This report was strengthened by the fact that both parties to the controversy gave out certain letters and statements bearing on the questions In dispute Mr Hydes contribution was tho letter which he wrote to tho EquItable directors on February 15 whoa the tight for mutuallzation first cnnio officially before the board The letter Is a lengthy history of the Equit able and Mr Hydes position under the terms of his fathers bequests and In It Mr Hyde formally charges President Alexander with gross breach of trtmt to my father and me CLAIMS A Project To Sift Those Against Santo Domingo Washington April 5 Although no positive plan has yet been accepted us tho basis for the distribution of the Dominican customs revenues which will accumulate In tho City National bank between the present time and the meeting of congress next fall a project Is being considered with favor for a sifting out of tho claims of all nations against Dominica by an inter notional commission whoso judgment as to the real merits of tho claims shall be final Antii For Wnr Service In 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witness your feelings all re flected When you face It smiling tho world la fair Tli a vale of woe when you look do jected Be glad and the world has happiness too Be sad and the world Is full of sadness Whoever you are and whatever you do For your joy the world will return you gladness The scenes that were drear to you yesterday When you saw them nursing a bitter sorrow Will please If you put your despair away And behold them gladly again tomorrow The task that is hard when your heart Is sad Ana that seems so futile when all la ended Becomes a joy If you labor glad That your strength Is great and your gifts are splendid We must reap from the fields In which we sow The harvest Is what wo make It brothers Fiant woe and the crop an be only woe Joy springs from the joy that we give to others Be sad and the world Is a dreary place Be glad and the world reflects your gladness Who goes his way with a cheerful face Dlicovcrs little to bring him sadness S E Riser in Chicago RecordHerald The Iron BrigadeLM By GEN CHARLES KING AitkwfXamuX ltTk CladDaptrMyers Tr 7M Ite CoprrUbt tin bro W DmiD bamCo CHAPTER XIX CONTINUED In a grove toward the Potomac backed by a ridge Stuarts restless horsemen and Pelhams ready guns arc lurking hidden from our view So are tha crouching guardians of the groves and fields to the south Again Is the great organizer shoving his Infantry in to the attack of an army In posi tion over ground unsearched by cav alry though cavalry are with him In abundance eager to be of service but he knows not how to use them East of the big cornfield to their left front as they march Is still another grove the east wood and In long thin line at right angles to the pike stretching through the woods through the corn field silently awaiting their coming foe are aligned the very men they fought EO savagely at sunset of that August evening barely three weeks backAnd Just as before not n man of the hostile line Is seen when the guns be gin the battle Off to the left front near the cast wood a southern battery spies the blue battalions Issuing from the skirt of the northward wood nearly a mile away dressed on theIr waving colors the skirmishers trotting well out to the front Then loud bellow the guns and shriek the shells as line upon line brigade upon brigade Hooker ends his new command the newborn First corps In to Its bloody baptism The confederate flank Is covered ty Stuart and his dashing horse batteries sad there Is abundant room and more than abundant need for similar troops between Doubledays right and the river but not so much as a squadron rides where it may be of such infinite service McClellan holds his horses east of the dividing stream for again as un tho peninsula are his forces thus bestowed Full 600 yards almost due south march the doubled lines in blue Meades little division of Pennsylva nians alongside and east of Double days Hatchs old brigade is on the left of Gibbons Patrick in its rear in support and for a time the Sixth WIs- consin at the post of honor has the Hagerstown road on its right for a guide But now comes a thin patch of woods and a turnonly a slight turn In the line of the pike and here little by little through pressure from the center the first company begins to edge out over the highway the second follows end by the time they are bursting through the barnyards and farm enclosures at Millers and the shells have changed to shrapnel and men are dropping fast the entire right wing of the Sixth is across the pike and wading through that westward field Then up the pike just as at Gainesville comes galloping battery B and into the farmyard It turns and there whirling the guns in line to the south delivers its resonant an swer The Sixth is Just striding out from the cornfield and Into tho woods to the west of the road when sudden as a thunderbolt there bursts the crash of an infantry volley and from front and right flunk so close that the smoke Jets forth In their faces a low aimed lead storm shrieks through their ranks and down goes half the wing Then blaze the whole west wood and the hedgerow south of the cornfield and all from an unseen foe Flesh and blood cannot stand such a gate In the open The survivors swing back to to highway rallying Instantly at the dge of the field and there flat on their faces they take vigorous hand In the fight while Patricks men close at their heels rush in to prolong the line to the right and fill the gaps at the front Five minutes and both l woods east and west and the Inter vauitiff cornfields ire in deus clouds A of sulphur smote t tor Wckcits too has come up with hhj dlvUIon on the left of the corps and a battle of giants Is onBut vain are the efforts of Hookers brave men Three fine disciplined di visions he has led to tile field think ing to turn an exposed left flank while Mansfield with his new Twelfth corps supports the attack and the main army advancing In force from the line of the Antietam covers and holds the long confederate front extending far to tho south of the town Just whom to blame nobody will say but not until Hookers right division is swept by lapping fires and flattened out by the fierce storm of lead not until Meade and Ricketts farther to the east have charged again in lino with Doubledays left not until Doubleday not whipped but brought to a stand Is fairly bat tling for breath do the brigades of Mansfield appear at the east coming late into action and even then by no means prepared Many battalions are new and unskilled and before the brigade can be brought into Une gal lant grayheaded old Mansfield drops dying from his horse William sue ceeds to command but before Hooker half finishes giving his orders he too commanding all troops at that moment west of the stream Is stricken and borne from the field stripping it thereby of both corps commanders and leaving the right to the care of men Ignorant of McClellans plans and con fronted by the best fighters In the southern host- Campbell the captain is shot from his saddle Half the tight wing of the Sixth is gone Half the commanders are now killed or wounded Not a lieutenant colonel is left In the Iron Brigade Allen Bragg and Bachman are borne from the line the last named to his soldier grave The lone effort Is fruitless save for Its glories and the fierce punishment given the foemen in front There indeed Is destruction equal to this in the cornfields and along the Hagerstown pike No wonder old Jack bows his head In grief and supplication Again he has lost both di vision commanders Lawton and Jones being wounded So too falls Douglas heading Lawtons brigade and with al most breaking heart Jackson sends word to his beloved general that half the commands of Lawton and Hays and fully onethird of Trimbles are killed or wounded as are all regl VWTER mental commanders but two Thank God tis their last fight with the Iron Brigade Before breakfast Is over at the Pry house where alt little Mac and ho- big staff Hookers fight on the right flank Is over and Clone Then another- Is started in front of the east wood and later others occur along the lino to the south and wherever a corps Is sent Into attack leo scrapes up a corps to meet and repel It Con certed action might have given the union a needed a much needed victory but concert there is none Ono splendid and disciplined corps has been told in reserve and when toward the last tna serene young generallnchlcf never excited or hurried never able to see flaw in his own dispositions seemed yielding to and about sending them In he healkcns to the words of their brilliant commander so said veteran regulars at the time Remember general I command the last reserve of the Army of the Poto macAnd so night settles down and Lees little army superbly led has beaten back In succession the scattered at tacks of McQlclIans overwhelming force All through the hours of dark ness the surgeons are at work with the thousands of wounded All through the following day Lee waits for renewal of the battle but McClel lan has had enough With the com ing of another night therefore gathering up his wounded and prisoners sending his trains ahead the great Virginian allently moves his columns down to the fords of the Potomac and by dawn of the 19tH all are safely across Lee has slipped away There Is a significance in the greet ing accorded the little soldier still in supreme command when he rides his lines n day after the battle The corps of Porter held throughout the combat In safe reserve swings its caps and cheers with great enthusiasm The corps of Sumner shouts with modified rejoicing The men of Mansfield rlso and salute In silence The thinned battalions of the First corps make no sign whateverWitnessing this sight Fred Benton contrasts It with another which it was his privilege to note the previous day He and other officers bad been sent under flag of truce within the picket lines of the southern army to seek the wounded and to render aid AU about I the barn and bvlUlngs of the Miller farm where the frigndo had rallied and hung so long lay scores of stricken men for whom the surgeons wore doI Ing their best but so very many seemed past help Along the pike the Georgians too lay thick and gray uniformed officers moved to and fro among them or conversed In low tones curiously scanning from time to time the two or three staff officials In blue who followed the surgeons pencil and notebook In hand Suddenly the talk Ing ceased for Issuing from a narrow roadway that trended westward from tho pike there came a tall command luglooking officer graybearded yet alert a soldier who acknowledged with grave courtesy the salutes that greeted him on every hand Men sprang to their feet and gazed at him almost in adoration Eventhe wound ed strove to rise Some few hailed him with feeble childish voices As for Benton and his two associates they needed not the little group of staff and orderlies to confirm them in their belief They knew him at a glancethe great Virginia leaderand Benton Instantly the others following stepped forward and stood at 1ut saw It and turning so as to half face the northerners with punctilious courtesy lifted hishat then quickly reined bad as a dustcovered battlestained bat tery came Jingling out from the Jono and turning ito the highway rutted wearily on to where the spires of the Maryland town pierced the blue beyond the southward wood Jaded and worn were the horses black and pow dcnslalncd the men and of a sudden one of these a slender stripling jog ging along beside his gun caught sight of the group of horsemen darted from his place to where the commanding general the picture of the soldier and the gentleman sat In saddle at the roadside and there with boyish laugh held forth a grimy hand Its Bob he cried Dont you know me father And Lee the cavalier bent low and with love and tenderness with who can say what pride and rejoicing clasped the hand of the private soldier In the Rockrldge artillery his gallant younger son In what other army would one see the like of that Then the general rode on toward the Dunker church where still the men of Jackson lay In readiness and then up rose rank after rank with mighty shout that marked his onward going adown the weary yet Intensely loyal line until lost within the distant walls of Sharps burg Despite the dire carnage of tho day of battle there beat no soldier heart In all the southern host that was not true to Lee Presently as the time accorded for their sad mission had well nigh expired Benton was aware of a young officer In the uniform of the horse ar tillery who had been chatting with comrades across the way and now die mounting stepped briskly toward him lifting a jaunty forage cap Your pardon sir he courteously spoke Is this Capt Denton who visited Charlottesville not long ago My name is Pelham and there was just the suspicion of e smile in the keen young face Captive but not captain an swered Benton with responsive grin though the mention of the name was something that put him on his guard What was It young Winston had said about Maud Pelham and Rosalie This must be the boy captain of the name of whom he had heard so muchJob Stuarts crack light gunner Yea I have cousins there con tinued Pelham as though reading Den tons thoughts But it is long since we met You are the man as I hap pen to know who showed so much courtesy to Lieut Winston as well as to Jack Chilton Now you can do me- a favor If you should see Dr Chilton and that is tell him for me that the men at the front utterly disapprove thu doings of that selfstyled citizens committee at the rear Those people he Went on disdainfully are too old or too feebleminded to fight like men They stab like women It will comfort them or rather the doctorto get such a message from you Capt Pelham answered Ben ton almost eagerly nnd I shall see that he does get It I shall write at once You can do me a favor too if you will An old school friend of mine Paul Ladue is a staff officer In Ewells division Give him a greeting for me you Laduo said Pelham his fine fea tures clouding Instantly I fearI heard Oh Capt Lamar he called what Lieut Ladue was It brought that note Wednesday morning to GenI StuartPaul Ladue Eleventh Alabama Was the prompt answer Killed right here in front of the battery not half an hour afterwards CHAPTER XX A CRY 1V11OM TilE AMBULANCE The autumn the wasted autumn has gone the winter of our discontent indeed has come For weeks the army hangs there taftLnd chafing along the Potomac Ce and his bronzed veterans saunter jsway through the Shenandoah feeding on the fat of the land Marveling at the Inaction of McClellan Stuart rides back with 1800 horse and two Might guns and of course Pelham and just as he did a few months earlier down on the pen- Insula jogs contemptuously clear round the bewildered and indignant divisions laughing at the effort of Pleasanton to catch or others to head him McClellan says his cavalry is too wearied and broken down to ac complish anything and tbe president mildly asks what It has been doing to so fatigue It Another correspondence of complaints begins and finally ends at Warrenton when the order comes early In November that severs onco and for all McClellaus connection with the Army of the Potomac He bad done much to make It God knows Ho was reat as an organizer and instructor lie had the faith and regard I of most of the offl en and the love 61- all the men It was in battle and cam paign that be failed them not they him for mortal man had never deeper devotion than was accorded Little Mao until ho took the field Even now this sad November day there are scores of officers and soldiers whoso faces are furrowed with tears as they see him I ride away There are many commands that would gladly recall Mm There are regiments that could not be made to cheer him after Antietam that mourn his going now even In the hardused First corps Changes too have occurred In many a minor grade The Fifth corps mourns the loss of the brilliant gift ed handsome soldier whose head Is de manded as one result of the woful mis maneuvers about Manassas Old names appear at the head of grand divisions as Burnsldo calls the doubled corps New names comparatively ap pear at corps headquarters New brigadiers a full crop ride up from the roster of field officers and not so mans now hall from the ranks of In fluential but unskilled civilians New regiments been grafted on old brigades now blood injected Into old and toughened veins It is high Urn our friends of the Iron name had reI- nforcement for despite Wisconsins praiseworthy counw of recruiting veteran commands as well as raising new ones their ranks are wofully thin so as neither Badger nor Hoosier regi meat comes to swell the Army of the Potomac there Is assigned to the old brigade thereby assuring Its distinctive western character a brand new amble Uous and as it turns out most pug naclous and flghtful array of Wolver- Ines all teeth nnd toenails say the Badgers who take them under ad visement and so the muchvaunted menagerie Is complete again Changes too have como to the staff and to Bentons blushing delight ha Is called upon at Catletts to wet a new commission recommended by his old general and heartily approved by the new it is Capt Benton addi tional aidedecamp now and he rides- for the time being with a division commander famous for staying qualities If not for urbanity a man who Is of the flghttoafinish mold and would hang every rebel from Maine to Mexico We have had few as yet of these ve hement patriots in high places Wo have had far too many storms Stanton In Washington of those who would handle treason with gloves furnish guards for the homesteads of hard fighting chief on the southern side hold commerce and communion through flags of truce with former comrades across the lines We must stop It by heaven says Stanton splitting a table top with one blow of his fist We must drumhead and shoot em says Freds new commander and Ill hang the first man of my staff that I catch The winter of our discontent In deed With gloomy heart and sad anticipation Don ton rides away through the leafless woods to the old familiar scenes about Fredericksburg Word from Washington has brought him lit tle comfort Rumor of his commend ers sayings has filled him with foreboding To Be Continued The Unexpected The late Col J JL Brigham assistant secretary of agriculture was noted for his frauk and honorable ways Col Brigham said a member of the agricultural bureau despised sneaks and would have none of them lie was a farmer In Ohio after the civil war and a sneak among his hands learned to his cost one day that mean and underhand methods would not co with the colonel This chap sought out his employer In private Col Brigham ho said you are workln five men on this yore farm o yourn H Well Well sir threM oonild rble loafln gain on when your backs turned I want to say to you that four men could do your work bare just as well as five Is that 80t said Col Srigbsm It certainly Is sir Then said tho colonel I shall not want you after today M Cincinnati Enquirer AVnnlil Do All He Could to Olllar Representative Adamson of Gear gin recently told a story which illus trated true good fellowship He had been campaigning In Georgia on foot and was 25 miles from home It be came necessary for him to go home and ho tried to secure a conveyance but all the teams were busy on tbe farms Finally he went to a wan whom he knew very well and said Bill I have to get homo ncd 1 want a rig to take me Youve got to get me one- Adamson he replied we are five months behind with our work hue and It is next to impossible to get a horse that can be spared but there Isnt anything 1 wont do for you Ill tell you what Ill do Ill walk horn with you Washington Post Clinilee The bronzed old soldier spook his head sadly Yes ho replied after a pause I sought the bubble reputation even at tho cannons mouth But while I was monkeying there the gun blow up and the men at tho other end got all the reputation With these breech loaders you cant tell whore the bubble Is But after all was not war ever a game of chance Puck Unlirrnktilile Hand Calvert JrMy but you seem to think a lot of that fellow Did he ever save your life Baity Moore Bettor than that Ha lent mo a collar button once when mint camo out at party Balttsw A1II lean TWO NOVEL TOYS A1 elevator and Derrick and How Any Handy Boy May Easily Construct Them The elevator may be any small wooden box whoso bottom Is removed One may bo made of wood halt an Inuh thick Screw four screw eyes Into the sides through which the dowels will itlde After the eyce are screwed In and the two dowels slid In place stand It upright so that tho dowels will rest on the1restmay made of one about an Inch thick or two halfInch boards It should be about six Inches wide and eight Inches long The top TUB ULKVATOK can be made of one piece apart six Inches long and an Inch wide The windlass which Is used to wind up the cords of the elevator has two sides made of thin wood three Inches lung and an Inch wide After thcyhnve been cut hold them tlgbtly together end bore a hole through both Tho hole must be onequarter Inch thick no that a dowel can be pushed through Put the dowel in place then nail both sides to the base of the elevator The crank Is a hairpin Straighten out a hairpin heat one end and barn a hole through one end of the dawel leave the end of the pin and bend the hairpin around the dowel two er three times Put the screw eyes IR the top of the elevator and with a stout linen thread string It up as shown In the pie tureA derrick may be made out of a few pieces of wood In a comparatively tort time The bout kind to make to one about a foot high made Ofitow l The base of the derrick may be matte of one or two pieces et wood w that It TUB DEHU1CK will be solid and strong Make Ute base about six by eight Inches At one end bore a hole and In k stick a dowel about a foot long Cut another b1Uledmast Is easy If directions ate followed Secure a ring and screw such as are used to fasten the string on rojlcr ihadoa With a hairpin burn a hole none end of the dowel and screw in the ring and screw Tie a string from the boom to the top of the most In which a small nail htut been put In a bola burned In the mast To make the crank shaft and supports out two pieces of wood three lathes long and an Inch wide Hold them together nnd bore A hole In one end large enough to hold a short of dowel Nail these In place placc1Thehairpin burning a hole with It In one end of the dowel and leaving the end still In tho hole twist It around the dowel and Into the form Of a crank A brake may be made says tho CIn- cinnati Commercial Tribune by screw ing a small stick to one side as shown In the picture place a loop over the dowel and fasten the ends on this stick By pressing on this little stick articles may bo lowered from a table to a floor as fast as desired Uncle Sams Schools More than 16000000 pupils or 2001 per cent of the entire population were enrolled in the common schools of the United States in the fiscal year ended June 30 1904 The total school enrollment for the year including public and private elementary secondary and higher education was 17639478 pupils and to this there should be an addition made for evening schools business schools private kindergartens Jndluu schools state schools for defectives orphans etc 648440 making a grand to tal of 18 187918 FROM WEST TO EAST Some Curious Facts Which Hav Been Discovered In Connection with Air Currents Such storms In this country come monly travel from west to cast arrow the continent and as they move they draw in air from all sides carnics It up into the higher atmosphere Th Influence of a storm may bi felt days before its center arrives The wind blows first from the east as It Is drnwa in toward the center Near tbo Atlantic coast this east wind saturated with moisture gives out rain as it Is carried upward As the center approaches the wild swings round to the southeast then to tho south and southeast and south wind bring rain to the Mississippi valley since they bring uv Ut air from the gulf As tho center poises the wind turns to the southwest and west and commonly become dry since It cornea OH thg great arid tablelands and the rain ceases But on the Pad do coast since tbe 1 supply of moisture lies to the west ward tho west winds are saturated with moisture and at some seasons bring rain Hence the rain falls niter the couWrof the storm has passed instead of coming In advance of It The ruin has seasons at temperature has and whiff ID most parts of the country tho hot season Is tho dry WM and the cold reason the rainy ere In tho Rocky mountain things are re versed the rainy season comes In the summer To understand all this we must BO back a little It was stated above that as we no upward and as we go northward till air iMwomiw celiler This Is true In general but in certain ras the rule to reversedIn emarner both land and sea receive heat from the Min and accumulate It The sea la contantiy In motion and Its wave sad currents disperse the heat carrying It from Urn equatorial region toward the poles cast so tend to enuattt tho temperature of the water That about the equator is not greatly warmer thin that farther north and south But with the land there Is no way of thus equalising temperature The land In the summer becomes greatly heated and In the winter greatly cooled llenro In the summer the land Is warmer than the tea In the same latitude and In the winter cooler Indeed lands situated north of the sea for long dWauees and lands which are fAr above the aea may llG warmer In the summer than the sea and hence cannot condense nioUtum from saturated alrYouthl Com panto R LITTLE GERMAN PRINCESS Entertaining Little Glimpse of Prin usa Victoria Louise Daughter of Emperor William i Prince Victoria Louise la the only daughter of the emperor and empress uf Qernuny She will celebrate her thirteenth birthday tout the llth of next September Site ill the youngest of the royal family and has six brothers to pet her or tease her utile whim may sehtm Uero Before Mi daughter was born Wil liam MM he dltl not want any girls lie ttHMght they complicated matter In a royal household for they must have gevern A ee and Indies In waiting awl be dressed In cilia and laces whereas boys could all be put in uniform eut out c Utt tam It piece Nonetheless PUINIE83 LOUISE from Sup Shut by the Balser little Louise rules the Imperial roost her father included Yet the emperor has strong views upon the training of his daughter It is better a woman should know how to bake a pancake than that she should bo able to discuss constitutional questions ho once said to a court lady to emphasize the kind of woman his wife the empress is Nor did he exaggerate for the sake of Illustration Augusta Victoria can bake and sew and tend ba bies Nothing could belter sustain her reputation as a housewife and mother than the six hearty young men and the fascinating little lady who call her Muttnrchen Louise has been trained to be as womanly as her brothers wo taught to be manly One of her presents last Christmas was a complete outfit for washing and Ironing She must know all that any girl may ever be called upon to do Is her fathers view of the matter and her days are full Indeed though all the tenderness In Williams nature Is extended to the one girl of all his children and his favorite photographs are those taken with her on his knee Satmye Mistake Sammy asked the teacher what Is s cameo 1 Fiasco inaara Its an animal that wears a hump Youth Companion Furniture Now and nil tho time la an end IHSS variety to suit either rich poorJStoves Organs Stoves to burn and Organs from IICOO u- pSewing Machines Drop head high arm Singers 72000 Other nmkoi down to nothing lWalchfor the spring opening of 1005 Iron Beda and callon R H Chrisman p Opposite Welchs Phone 20 CoalAt 3c to 14c Delivered for 4c to 16c Thorifl l- lChase Le Hanson FOR SALE One good house and lot in the east end of Berea located on Prospect Street The houso boa five plastered rooms and two sealed rooms A large garden apot and extra good Can bo IOUKhlrlKbL Also a small house and lot in Wai laceton Ky with a good garden five miles west of Boron Ky Two ohurchos and n sohoolhouse in sight For further partlctilars call on E B WALLACE Phono ft Borea Ky S McGuire preparedtoexaminee by the very best and latest optical instruments Ills work gives satisfaction for prices on all his work are right Louses refitted within a few days after taking the order If you have any defect of vision it will pay you to look over his stock and receive correct treatme- ntOPTICIAN Berea Ky For Sale About ten or twelve build Ing lots on the Louisville and Nashville railroad one p half mile from Borea near Berea brick and tiling fac tory In a fine nnd oCxx1 neighborhood Can bo bought right For further particulars call on L B MOORE Berea Ky Ce F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All salts promptly attended to nigh- and day Teleplaew N 4 Bare Ky I + IH14 I H H IH rr1II1II1 The Home JKHHIB LESTER RILL Editor Crows as Pets Did you ever own a crow 7 If not you have missed more than a cart load of innocent time L have owned nil sorts of pets in my life from pet beetles to coons dogs and deer but none gave the nil round satisfaction of tho crow It is hardy full of the jolliest of tricks IH us affectionate and loyal as a dog an comical as a clown nUll almoflt an IntollIgGiit an a boy A pet crow knows its friends and cue mules ulIIIwill allow no liberties from a stranger Of course a crows honesty In no better than that of a packrat but umycrow never stole onDudsI only steals from others When we dug up our flowerbed in the early spring there wore u less than seven silver thimbles un earthed and not ono of tho lot cam o Dillybroughtlack In those days a twodollar bill was a very very large amount to me and stood for an unheard of amount of butter scotch and ginger bread Of coilnto the money didnot Ixtlong to me but neither did it belong to tho crow and Billy would not tell where ho got his Wealth BO attar a consultation with- In parents andmy teacher and after waiting to see if lenglldcrlidedwas tho first two dollars I ewer had allheapBut not always mosey the crow found once ho filled all the crevices In mothers ledwith1 liver this could not bo seen and at tracted no attention until the sum timer heat pagan to act upon it then ovorylxxly in tho house know that something had happened Tho oh folks said a rat must have died it the partition but the crow and I wore chums nail understood each other I suspected tho real cause of tho disagreeable odor and as soot as the covet was clear discoverer and removed tho liver and sere until this day did I give tho crow away Dan Board and His Boys in April HECREATION The Kitchen Sink Whether a kitchen sink ho iron enamelor stone it should stand on four legs with all its drain pips exposed to full view A veryclove physician once said If I am called ui a case of dipthcria the first thing I look at is tho common sink badlykeptcan any degree of caro in avoiding it lo considered extreme Tho waste pipe from a kitchen sink should have boiling water and am monia or washing soda poured down it each day At least once n week it should be treated to a dose of some good disinfectant such as clorido of lime This old standby if very inexpensive and quite as good an many nrucIC801utrpers Bazaar 01 r JN r t I I t t r r r t I r I r I r I t r I I The School JOIN WIRT DIH8MOBB Editorh MlMHK Problems of the District School CHAP IVTllg TEACHEas POSITION IN THE DISTRICT Tho teacher should in tho right sense of tho word bo tho educator of pupilllhut I1ntytoawakening to the necessity of bettor equipment and methods and the RchoolnjRstor must have tho magic spell to call them to consciousness Patrons are likely to think that the good old ways are tho best tho teacher should bo uptodate and convince them that many of the modern ways are better than the old By his questions and talks to tho pupils he should set tho people to thinking being careful to avoid sub jects that lead to endless and useless controversies Ho should see that the district has a library of some sorta fen well chosen books and that the get Into tho homes and are read patronhepaper with him and read aloud something especially adapted to tho purpose or give nn interesting recentlty Teachers are prong to think that thoir patrons are tho dullest or most i Indifferent in tho world It is not I so Tho right teacher CUll arouse any nciglilxirhood It linn been ileac hundreds of times and will be again Tho + to do it is to got yourself aroused first and then pro coed in tho soma way to arouse others Whether tho teacher should be the lender in social affairs depends on circumstauceH If where is plenty of social life of the right sort should outer into it heartily as occasion offers being helpful to all and especially helpful to tho bashful or diffident If the social lifo is of the kind that is harmful he should set clout l quietly to change It not by any violent opposition or denunciation lint by suggesting better tilings nail helping to carry them out Literary societies at the school house if wisely conducted furnish means for social intercourse and are a sourer of much benefit in other ways Tho teacher should also take an ofocammm ono church in tho neighlrarhood ho- I should unite his efforts with it cheerfully and heartily whether it is the church of his choice or not In the Sunday school he should bo cllpaclthoHo should have nothing to as against any denomination in whicb- ouy of his people are represented o are interested A teacher should populurits Iw known when occasion seems to require it but ho should remember that he is tho servant of all tho friend of nilPllll should houlli allopeopletiv of this fact will keep him from making serious mistakes I r r r r r r MJHpiHVRMHMHimpJi r r r r r I The Farm 161LAa I CHBKVKB MASON Editor Irrr rrrrr r rr rrrrJI rrlr rlrr Half A Billion Acres Worth While It has been estimated from ollicial reports nod compilations that at least half n billion acres of tho national domain have passed from tho hands of the government since organization into private anti cor porato holdings for purposes other than homebuilding In mho early history of tho govern wasrupon as a source revenue running the nationalmachinery there may been some excuse for disposing of them in large tracts sentimentrsoon of securing n permanent population on all lands disposed of finally culmin rating in tho passage of the homo stead act genomlIup much of the United States along with it has flourished practice o fraud and evasion of laws which h intoipurposes what u safetyvalve i would form today against the dangers of centralization in tho with which we aro coming face to face There is little use however in theorizing upon what might have been It is worth while though to somo attention to tho reunninin puhllcdomainpresent practice of squandering this national resource and holding it until it is wanted for actual settle ment if not now ton or twenty or thirty years may la- The strong sentiment which is impatient of delay in tho govern meats disposals of its lands and prhlItohnllltsmostly from an interested class bythisIf the plans which time government is now vigorously pushing including the irrigation of the seventy odd million acres of land susceptible of that development and the regener ation u greater amount of arid und semiarid lands which can not irrigated through tho introduction of desert plants from time Old World and dry lurid methods of agricul ture and allowed to proceed and tho lands meanwhile hold against homymakinge in west whore there i now only waste desert or but scan wUUllorilighonls The time will come possibly sooner than the country Imqgines in its race after agriculturalpopulation I fertile western acres will Bo u wel come sheet anchor to tho niAion RAILROADS TO STIMULATE FARMING That the western railroads aro recognizing the advisability of stint ulating settlement and agricultural production along their lines in order to increase their traffic is evidenced by several significant moves which have bran made during the year radically different from the methods heretofore practiced by all transcon tinental roa lor disposing of their large land holdings in the most rapid manner possible without regard to the size of the tweets sold o whether settlement is to follow o not consideringthe llmitindisposalsing actual settlement and Improvement The Burlington System has been conducting a series of tarn experiments tail establishing model CnmpbellSulrl11IIydemonRtrated supposed to Iw fit only for grazing arc capable of intense agriculture The Union Pacific and tho Santa Fe lines have also recently followed this lead nun taken up the subject and carryIntotho development of their country rBETTER AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION Our present system of national ecucation takes little if any account of practical agriculture yet tho sac colDingtorecognized must possess some tech ncnl knowledge of his business grandfather which has invaded farming as well as commercial occupations makes ouritlucationalstudies if American farmers are to maintain heir supremacy in com petition with other classes or if American agriculture is to continue to lend the world Guy Elliott Mitchell Dr Boggs the new dentist who readytotrial Roil Estate In Baroa Anyone wanting to sell or buy improved or unimproved property in Berea Ky call on J P Bickncll as ho is in the business I have 40 acres right in tho corporation of Boron which I will sell to any ono who wants to make money on town property FOR SALE Somo nice haysheaf oats and corn J W KOSKINS THAT HOUSE OF YOURS Will feel more comfortable during the cold season in a coat of Green Seal Paint For sale by the East End Drug Store BAN ON THE NUMBER 13 Hoodoo Slrlvkrn Prow Oregon HnlIroniTi Train Schedule unluckyfNo 13 orders have been Issued on the mountain division of the Oregon Hall rood and Navigation company which strikes that number from the train sheet nays a special dispatch from Itottragic rj Kernels In No dhnuxtTho last train cutler signed by Con ductor Brown on that fatal trip wes order No 13 which he received at Hlughnm Springs and which In the refusegd too change time number After a few Jok- Ing words over the wires with the ills patcher Conductor lirowu took the or der and in delivering copy of It 10 Huglncer Peter Thelsen said lu fun Thats a bnd one Iete Look at number and then look out It was the loaf order Brown received It being u meet order on train No at liechem CORN TRAIN FOR IOWA Canl alan tu Inereae the Crop Will Re l1alJed by a Railroad Following campaigns In South Da kota Minnesota and Nebraska by the Chicago and Northwestern railway In Its proNecutlon of a pure seed propa goads It IH announced that a special train fur the state of lows will be placed on the rood about the middle of February and will roach practical pointaMore careful and scientific selection of seed com with a view Increasin the production of the stne Is the r Jeot of the enterprise Professor P O Holdcn of the State Agricultural col legs at Ames la Is the demonstrator andsrett ions In tho state are to be covered THE SPRING PAINTING Is a task of no little importance to owners of proptrty Lp lo ante GreenIextreme purity For Sale by the East End Drug Store 11 BEAR IN MIND That you owe it to yourself to buy goods where you can get the most for qualityrThis Is What We Give You WHY Because this is a One Price Cash Store and we sell for cash only No Losses 4 DRUGS A complete line of Patent Medicines all the old standards DeWittsy compoundedtfrom pure and fresh drug sonty Also keep in stock in uptodate quality STATIONERY TOILET ARTICLES PAINTS AND OILS FRUITS CANDIES GROCERIES QUEENS ARE AND HARDWARE All goods delivered promptly Give us a call 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REFERENCE Tbe Tea urrectlon John 11 621 x 6S9 44 HItnom 510 11 1 Cor IS 614 S Cor 414 615 1 Thes 41417 Phil S21 2 TIm 110 Us Moral AppllcaUon Rom 1411 1IS Cot 410 11 CoL 211 I Pet 3lSi 2 Tim 211 12 V 7 Then said Jeauiunto them again Interpreting and applying and making plainer the parable He had spoken and which they did not understand I am the door of the sheep The door sym bolizes the means of entrance bywhlcn the flock can get into the fold with Ira safety shelter food and care Com pare the narrow way and strait gate of Matt 7 14 V 8 All that ever came before Me Claiming to be the Messiah the Deliverer and to give to the sheep an entrance to the fold and all that a true shepherd gives Are thieves Who gain their booty by craft And robbers Who gain their booty by force suggest ing organized bands Those two mon osyllables express the precisely accu rate contraries of right character In the two great offices of the church those of bishop and pastor- V 9 By Me The true Shepherd and Messiah The door symbolizes pro tection If any man enter In By ac cepting me as his Messiah Teacher Saviour and King He shall be saved One use of a doors to shut out thieves and enemies of every kind And shall go In and out The door symbolized a means of going out as well as of coming In It is a sign and a means of liberty We must go In to learn to trust to rest to think before we can go out to do good to others or to learn best the outer world and make outward things a part of the kingdom And the going in will avail us little unless we go out and put into action what we learn withinV I am como that they might have life abundantly Jesus does for Ills disciples what the shep herd cannot do tux his sheep lie gives life eternal life to them He feeds and Inspires this life more and more V 11 Givcth His life for the sheep Jesus the son of God came from Heaven to save men His whole life was given for the sheep Then be died on the cross to make atonement for them bear Ing their sins on the cross V 12 But he that Is an hireling The shepherd In the east Is usually the owner or the son of the owner of the nock though sometimes an agent whose salary is a fixed proportion of the prod uce as Jacpb under Laban Tbr hireling is a man who happens to be hired for fixed wages merely for the day and has no furtherlnte rest In the flock Canon Tristram V 14 I know My sheep Ad oriental shepherd has a name for each of his sheep as we have for horses and dogs even in a flock of hundreds or thousands Jt might be wall for the class If there are any Christians In It to pause here and have n little ezpcrlenee meet- Ing each one telling how and when and where the Shepherd found him One of the most Interesting ministers meetings that I ever attended had for Its topic the question How the Sa vlour found me1 The Saviour was the same and the result was the same but what a difference their was In the process of flndlngH U Trumbull- V 16 And other sheep I have which are not of this fold The Gen tiles who were not In the kingdom of God but would be brought In as mem bers of the church He was soon to found They shall hear My voice They wilt listen to the gospel and to the voice of God In their souls and accept Ills Invi tations and become the sheep of Ills flock And there shall be one fold Better one flock en V no one exclu sive IncIosUre of an outward church but one flock all knowing the one shepherd and known of hlmAICord And one flock because one shepherd not one In creed or organization cr method of worship but one In Jesu- llChrlstAbbotl V 17 Therefore doth my Father love Me Because He was In such sympa purpOllelThat tion Otherwise lIe would have ceased to be the Good Shep erdIV 18 No man Two points are Insisted on 1 that the Death Is entirely Voluntary 2j that both Death and Resurrection are In ac cordance with a commission received from the Father Camb Bible Figs and Thistles An agnostic Is one who docs not know whether he knows or not Joy cometh In the morning not i after the nights dissipation When you see a man with a big tlgn ot- a saint dont trust him with a cent The religion that makes you fel Jko fighting your brother neveiscamo from your Father Some people think the road to Heaven Is a switchback where they need the de scent Into sin to give the Impetus for the rise Into glory Rams Horn I I J11r JUai a titmtt to Elftlii J ffitfr tu tltp ijniur 1 By MRS MARY ELIZABETH DIAKEI IT THINK it can hardly be questioned that life In the modern apartment house of hotel is a more or less direct menace to the birth and rearing of children Whether the objec tion is openly stated by the agent in charge or is simply a deduction from the necessities of the situation the advent of the baby which should be the crowning joy of the home is looked at askance At best it is regarded as an equivocal good at worse as tin absolute nuisance In the tiny huddle of tiny rooms VrMcIi make up the average flat where air and light are economized to the last degree and where poor construction allows every sound to echo in the oars of the neighbor there is no place for the normal coming or normal growth of the child It is almost im possible to fulfil the conditions for happy infancy or contented mother hood when the cry or the laugh pf the child is known to be annoying strange people Up to a certain point the greater the gentility of the house and its occupants the more closely these lines are drawn and unfortunately it is within this medium tirade of dwelling that the larger part of our middle class begins to sirve to create a home With the very poor of the tenements there is spore license and sympathy the very rich of course create their owtsfandnrd of requirements I think beside that the very conveniences and luxuries which make the apartment the mecca of newly married people have their own danger They somewhat break down the sterling selfrcliencc anti selfdenial which is an inherent part of motherhood The young wife who in those early months accustoms herself to the offices of the janitor or the assistant in performing her duties is not prepared to look with pleasure nt the change which is to add to her cares and invade her leisure The woman who has been used beforehand to carry out her own plans is much more likely to loon forward to the coming of the babe with love and longing Neither her moral nor physical nature has been vitiated bythe unnatural freedom from care and responsibility which lifofjy njj apartincnt affords She has not ontcn of the fruit of the tree of false knowledge nor has she tempted her husband to share it wrath her In the greater privacy and greater intimacy between the two which the separate house however small ana humble affords life is more sure more sane and more happy and the child is accordingly more secure and more welcome If the main objects of 1Jul1itirr nf llttton triltr r11lnW By PROP JOHN H GRAY Of Northwttrn Unlvcnlty labor unions which arc to better the coiuKtiotu of their members art right and I hold they axe right then it is ethi tally proper to resort to the sympathetic strike I the boycott or the closed shop to carryout these objects All these things are purely matters of cxpcdiicy All this talk we hear about individual liberty is anarchy The man who refuses to join a union because he believes in individual liberty is an anarchist and fails to recognize the brotherhood man He fails to recognize that he is but one of a class We might as well talk of a man giving up his personal liberty when he joins a club or a chinch There are men who refuse to join unions on that plea They arc the fellows who want to eat their cake and have it too We must consider whether the liberty given tiP in this case is not more than coinptfnsated for by the benefits gruncd through associa tion v I I dsagrce tit myottleagues qjihe gtru Ui of sympathctfc strikes I do not believe they are wrong morally They are very often futile and for that reason inexpedient and I bclfcve we will have fewer ot hum in the td Under our complex atcni of production I do not believe it will ever be possible to figure out mnthidratically correct what is a fair share for the laborer and for the man wild owns the machinery lint when we arc told that the laborers arc getting1 a fair share now because the are getting more than theyever did before we arc told what is not true The men in the stockyards or in the anthracite coal fields for instance are not getting a fair share of the wealth tljgj produce Qnllrgr IIU1Urll t1p darning ut lrriBy MRS JOSEPHINE DASKAMBACON Author of Memoirs of a Baby Its all nonsense to think that the college woman is disappearing or will ever cease to be not only a factor in the affairs of the nation but a very important one 11 liy iifctrly every one of my llnlllllnnti Itll if fact the majority of my college friends who have nurriod are acquiring large families in a way that must be gratifying to Mr Roosevelt The college woman has not existed long enough as a clnss foi us to be able io speak authoritatively about her future and to compare her accurately witli past generations The college graduate of today rears just as large a family as her mother or grandmother who were educated in the fashionable finishing schools of their day Hut per sonal statistics show us that niarripftcs arc entered into later now than they were several years ado This is easily accounted for by the fact that a college education covers a longer period than the former finishing process and now so many women devote thomselves to special pursuits after they receive their degree At the completion of studies the majority marry so that the relation between their assumption of family duties and that of their boardingschoolreared grandnjothers is practically identical We are a progressive class and all this devotion to science and the ologies counts for something We arc better fitted for the duties of motherhood on account of the educational advantages we have re ceived and the children born to us ought therefore be superior in ev ery way x No the public must not deceive itself into the belief that college women shirk the responsibilities of maternity On the contrary I should say we shall look to them for the future progress and good condition of the race for the number of college women is gowing with every year BINDS FRANCE AND JAPAN There Exists a Tie Based Upon Trade Relations Which Is Holding There Is a Japanese proverb which Sbjre Make n baby cry who door not want to cry Baron Suyornatsu re calls this saying In an article In the Revue Japan and Franco The recent publication In the Echo tte Paris or- an alleged confidential report by Baron Kodama to Count Knuuirn a docu ment which ho describes as being a deliberate forgery has tended to confirm Frenchmen In an opinion o which a curtain number of colonials M Doumer at their head have given their support namely that Krvnch Cochin China Is directly menaced by Jap anese expansion Tile persistency of this Irritating acucsatlon na Damn Soy ematsu calls It has led this eminent writer to seek to disabuse Frenchmen of an Illusion which he thinks dangerous and ho takes the trouble tu point out In detail tho concluMvo proofs of the apocryphal character of the doeu ment In question The main point at Issue however Is the political and colonial aspirations of Japan and her imperialist alms On title subject Baron Suycniatsue in tervention In a French review cannot fall to be useful fur there Is a wldo spread fooling hero that even If the so called Kodama report is not authentic It was ben trovato in the sense that It probably faithfully represented the real alms of Japanese policy Baron Huyo matsu emphatically denies any such Im putation Ho points out that the Jap tree Interest In the Korean pcnlmnila and Manchuria Is one thing cud her Interest in Cochin China quite another Geog raphy history national security all dictate the establishment of Japanese predominant In the former region The case of Cochin China Annum and Tanking la quite different Geograph ically these countries have no strategic value fur Japan historically there has been no community of thought or feel ing between Japan and Cochin Chips and commercially the relation between the two countries have assumed serious Importance only quite recently Speaking generally France Is a good client of Japans Japanese silk II a considerable Item In French talons and to maintain and develop this trade the two countries should lx friends Japan appreciate furiheunore the value of sympathy and even If all these considerations did not suffice to Induce her to wish to remain on good terms with Franco there Is one conclusive argument namely the unpractical and futile character of enterprises hoe tile to France In Cochin Chins Baron Suyematsu says frankly that the tone or muck Preach crtUelim or Japan since the war has b tn such as would appear to be dletatKl not M dtMtvely tty a sentiment of loyalty to Russia Many Frenchmen seem to him to forget the lateness of their own country In liwohiBR Japan To raise the specter of the yellow pent seems to JIm unworthy of a etvUlsstf people with whom Japan ilMtrua to remain at peaee HP appeals to the Kronen In the eoramnn Inltretot both countries to show greater firmness toward Japan FEAT OF WATER DIVINER Test That Created Amazement Among Scientists Who Wit nessed It It may bo a surprise to mot people to learn that the oldfashioned method of finding Waler by means of a forked tIck bft pot gone out qttise before the solcntlflc experts engineers and analysts A recent exhibition of this was given In England by a Mr Thompson who is a farmer and breeder of sheep on a large scale With a largo party of the experts who use moro scl sntltlc methods for finding water he entered a large Held holding tho fbrkixl stick In bin hands They walked up aim down the grounds lout were soon led to an adjoining foul where the twig seemed to pull thooperator about After a time ho was so powerfully affected that he was obliged to release the stick and rest When he again took It in his hands It ilrow him to a spot where he said water would bo found at a depth of 60 feet and a full auppiy at 90 or too feet Title was found to bo a fact to the great amazement of the scientists His Voice Needed Piling There is a young medical student liv- Ing In Westport who has decided not to tyeak to a girl he knows lie was eat- Ing an the young woman recently and during the evening he volunteered to sing When he had concluded his song he turned to time girl Im thinking ot taking voice culture he said Do you know of a good teacher whose charge Is reasonable I know the very onefur your she replied Ills name is Taylor Gife me a card and Ill write down his telephone number for you The young man gave her tho card Next day he called Taylor up on tbe telephone Is this Mr Taylor tho vocal teacher he asked The what came over the wire The vocal teacher Naw was the reply I dont teach nothin I file sawsKansas City Times Sea Without a Shore The native official may be rolled on to contribute to the gayety of a tour of tho Emerald late This summer the passengars on a small boat were astonished and then amused to hear one of the men call out ua they were drawing away from the landingThis boat doesnt stop anywhere Youths Companion No End to It A rural route carrier at Ilockport Mo when naked to define his dlstrt wrote My route begins at the livery itablo and runs all around and ends U the post ofllca fTHEless Master What a mongrel ha was lllbretl all rags and patches Ida tall n mere stump Can you wonder that all re spectable people spurned hltndogs as well For several days on my way west I had noticed him sitting by the door of a publicdouse although It won winter weather the ground wax frozen hard the wind steady in the northeast and mounds of frozen snow nod mud heaped up by tho roadside The flrxt time I saw him I thought he was wailing for his master but It was evident that the deepest topor eouJd pot live In a bar So tldr went became a problem to tbogiToTult who Journeyed by thornmjilbu and circumstances were Imagined tort plain the enlgmftomft uwroiM some pathetic sothe caiuilr But none of those was right ce my little story will show As the days grassed his condition grew worse from exposure want at food and other hardships which Ute homeless mOat endure so one morning 1 brought with Ae some scraps of food In A paper parcel and went on tool secretly hoping that by some chance the end might have come But no he was scraping the frozen snow train the Inhospitable ground with fecbla claw I whistled and he looked up One rye wail half closed and a wound on his body was slowly freesing He re garded me with a look half fearful half Imploring In his melancholy brown eyes I spoke to him awl be cowered down on the ground YetI should think he hall once Wen a dog of spirit I spoke to him again In the softest accents I could annum such as those pneAddrediejs to a dying person or to soils poor sufferer whose affliction Is Incurable and for when the world Is but a bed lie still rs TVIR viaii ntTHK UAH IIUOM Oooa garded mevttth UJitfiQn hut wallet jilalriav athar lie waggedAieBturoplJfa talla weak I a wag otherwise a sari smile Then 1 u rniv the 4lformat and bread down before hour as at J I could He ros anil wajoweJ thorn at a gulp grow I Ing flerctly Then lie stared t ne and satisfied ulrntyPgeod intcnjjpns umlleJ again tout Wtroat lag If Iadrantrd with a lWrY WF I and a little toss of his shaggy hoed which I IOOK to mean Thank you kind sir lint your boots am a little thick and 1 have suffered much from such on they Therefore come no near er WF WF- Without more situ I swung back the swinging door and asked the serving man If he know the dog but before he hind time to reply we heard a quick succession of barks of the most cheer ful character The serving man laughed Thats his master he salt hes had seven days for begging I went out and saw the two embracing like a pair of lovers Anti could not my which wax tho more affected of tin two It was palnttil to watch such emotion The man was an old flow of 60 or thereabouts with a white rous tacit clipped like a toothbrush a round JutUl face pitted with araatl pox and a pair of twinkling Mutt oyta now moistened with tears Isiwpect he was B cunning old rogue for all kit loved his dog and played an ancient fiddle with three strings which was slung over his shoulders 0 NOTES OF REFORM t Seventyfive towns and villages in Illinois voted dry on April 19 Make It right to sell whisky and you cannot prove that it in wrung to kill If there Is arty work that tho devil I la well satisfied with It must be a j drunkards homeApterlcan issue 1 More foam and less Veer is tin way Albert H Attorburg candidate ftrI1 mayor of Plalnfleld N J defined results of utgbor IIvonse j District Judo Madden Is authorityifor the statement that a man would about as soon steal xt horse as tell a glasri of whisky as Coffee county Kan j eas Greater New York has a saloon tin each 380 of Its population and a churcli for each 3SQO while thorn are warns of tho city with a saloon for sacs 180 and a church for each 10000 of Us peopleThe principles of teetotallem appear to be making way steadily in Scot land not withstanding tho cnornu waste of expenditure which silll g on In Intoxicating Jrlnks among the working clauses MILKING UTENSILS f The Thorough Manner in Which They Should De Gleamed to Destroy Polluting Germs In bulletin 221 of the Michigan Agri cultural college on the care and handling of milk milking utensils are dlBciisjeJ and the bulletin says on this pointPcrlmpa one of the most common sources of troublo although it Is not usually admitted la the polluted con dition of the utensils which are em ployed In the Care of milk Even In this civilized country with Ita accumu latlon of knowledge there are many milk producers who do not yet appre ciate the fact that in order to hnvo good milk it Is osftcntla to have clean utensils From 00000 to 60000000 of SANITARY MILK PAIL Germs have been counted In each gram uf dirt taken from the creases in a milk pall while from Its surface have bean taken many thousands per square Inch This should never occur In a olean pall and one that Is carefully tired for Pure milk is impossible under such conditions It is not sufficient to wash out or rinse out a milk pall or anyother milk utensil with warm or cold water necqIAfJanitwith a goodly amount of warm Hater at flat then It should be followed by a wash with a solution of salsoda or lime water or something akin forth purpose of removing the fat Afjeif this Is done the utensil should be thoroughly rinsed with lolling water then steamed which will have a ten denoy to kIll ill m16rt organlsnN lIre t nt Bueh treatment Is the tenet to Iw done in cleaning milk utensils It the milk producer does not believe In the thorough cleansing and Its offecUve neaa lot hint add milk from a sample lot half of It to a dirty pall and half ol It to a properly cleansed pall and watch the result lie will convince R himself by this simple act A word might be said about the scientific algnlfleatieo of trio sanitary milk pall so commonly mentioned at tho present time It is true that If filthy coiNlttons aitat m the arable also with the eow and milker an open f pall makes It possible to collect mud dirt and nUb and that If the open Ing wore reduced in also a certain amount of this filth would be oHm inated On the other hand if the stable U clean and free from dust tho cow properly kept the milker clean and tidy and tbo pall sterile the ordinary pall will give nearly as good practical + results as the sanitary pall It filthy i conditions exist It were better to milk through a pinbole but If proper con dltlons are established one need no strpIo tat7 millcllallll arenot tropeclally sue ccasfii This is true also of auto matic milker 3Uchth1ng3 ftufnof ovorcomo the real cause of the dls Srder Usually these attempts qmpun1 c botatiout tberp ctmr1ir1fNmilJ the body by putting on a clean gar jnont The appearance may be a little Better but the results are not very satlflfurlory If the pall la left upon jjn a stable filled with dust Marshal tlIDa estimated that as ninny as 3600 1000 germsway fall Into that pall dur ng the course of five minutes IA an jbrdlnary room free from Must thd number of germs would be compara tvoly inslgnlt oont lltIt can be readily seen with lu spout j hick permits ready emptying and It fill also bo noticed that It Is covered with a cap during tho process of milking The cap Is shown at the right The ring at tho loft fastens the I minor which should consist of uI jublo layer of cheesecloth enclosing h H layer of absorbent cotton The pur J trio of tho cotton Is to retain fine 7 hairs and any particles of dirt that I iSro not dissolved by the milk It Should be renewed at each milkinG- he value of a partially closed pall liurtaceIII fluclng the contamination from thu source about 50 per cent 1AMistake have had owners i benutlfythom by plant I erg rows of forest trees in tho front Now they are grown and the houso stands bohlnd or In tho gloom of little forest This is not adding beau jy to the farm home but rather ugh ness Farmers llovlett Scat i Salt i Put seme salt and soot where the cows can get at It In summer they can select for themselves but ID win tcr these condiments and medicines must be supplied Soot is a corrective tad liver remedy WHAT VARIETY OF CORN A QueStlonWblcix thFarmer Should Consider in All Its Aspects So as to Secure Best Results A Judicious selection of seed for the planting of tho corn crop will largely determine the size of the crop this fall The longer we grow corn tho more we are Impressed with the fan that the seed Is afar more Important factor than it has hitherto been colt sidered During this past season tln farm boys bf Illinois planted a great deal of corn sent oul by various ugeu vies to stimulate a corn growing eon test among the boys In tbo northern part of the state much of this work was a complete failure due to the fart that the lays received seed that would not mature In the time In which It must mature to make u crop In north ern Illinois Men who looked Into the matter say that tho seen came from corn that bad boon grown so far south that It had acquired tho habit of ripen ing In a longer season than that com mon to northern Illinois If this Is true with the seed corn planted by the boys it Is altogether plantedbyfault This would seem to point to the necessity for the former to know more about the origin of the corn he plants says the Farmers Review If ho buys corn be should ascertain that It Is raised on about the same latitude as that In which ho lives or that It comes from some point north of that latitude If It has been developed further north of course It Is adapted to a short season this being proved by the fact that It has matured In a latitude having a short crop lesson shouldatopthat ho has been planting for half a lifetime Thorp Is on thousands of our farms a tradition that corn docs best always on the home farm and torbalf notltor10nltlKrlods proidas a profitable crop with the newer varieties USE STEMMED BANE MEAL Why This Variety It to Be Preferred Over the Higher Priced Tldw Bbne Meal pupingboneof SOO pounds to the acre furs the phosphorusManythe mistake of putting on raw lone iiiMl instead of steamed bono deal In all easeH the steamed bone meal should be used as It is as rick or otbltktmlcost In duo to the fact that the bores before bHOtf ground were steamed to got the value of the nitrogen they contain All thQ phoitphorus wai Soft In and that Is what the farmer It bentmeatpcrlraentors are continually calling the Attention of the farmer to this maUor but there are many that seem to no hoed and go on buying the wore expensive kind This Is a case where the cheapest U the best PROTECT WEAK FENCES How Sections Containing Decayed Dotv lfeyourttenceltlas weakendfbecause inthegroundsaysthe enedbdrlvlnt dIJWuidomeshdirpbets- b about two reset away friim fence a TUB WCNtfH UjltFOnCKD1 GJorai1em hr I i sop mho cutt6 away from the fence nud provide sufficient protection to make It last for a longtime FotatoBadlshes So much has recently been printed about the surprising results achieved by Luther Burbank In California In time formation of new kinds of fruits Mowers and vegetables by crossing and selection that the possibilities In this reparjdthatMolllard following out a suggestion Fof Pasteur has produced radishes whr b possess tho dimensions starchiness flavor anti nutritive property of pat- htou Ills process consists In cultlv4j- Ing young radishes In glass retorts filled with a concentrated solution of glucose It docs not appear that ftpresent the results aro of commercial Importance Youths Companion 1 FARM HINTS the manure out close whip tb fjPlantsalsify onions lettuce radishes aril carrots They are hardy and wffl stand considerable cold weather Get tho plow uld harrow ready tif thelrwork flow The blacksmith may bo crowded with work when you wish to begin plowing If the plow Is still standing In tho last furrow turned last fall get it out and scoured before the soil Is ready to work this spring Farmers Voice Smelling Game A new game ror long evenings has been devised and tried by an English house party of which Rider Haggard was host It Is a contest of smelling powers Numbered programmes and numbered bottles containing essence of cloves gin eucalyptus sherry and oth er groceries The game Is to identity these And the difficulty of distinction has occurred to many men who have tried tho decanters with the nose In the hope of deciding whether It Is brandy or whisky In this particular effort to re capturo a sense In which the dog mas tern mankind a woman won When Jackson Prayed Stonewall Jacksons negro body serv ant knew Before anybody also when a battle was Imminent The general tells you I suppose said one of the soldiers Iawd no sir Do glnral nuvvor tell me nolhlnt I obsorvatcs detention of de glnral Ills way cose he prays Jest hike wo all mornln an night but when ho glta up two three times In a night to pray den I rubs my oyes an gits up too an packs de haversack caso I done line out deret1 gwlne to be old boy to pay right away Argonaut Thames Tunnel- It will require five years to construct the Katcllffllotherhlthe tunnel now being built under the Thames its length will be C883 feet with an ex ternal diameter of 30 feet which will allow a carriageway of lb feet and two footways four feet eight and onehalf Inches wide When it is finished thore will be three tunnels under tho Thames at London Hopeless Case The good woman was distributing a few tracts behind the bars And what aro you In for rny un fortunate friend T she asked of No 1313 Cause I cant get out sullenly an iwered the prisoner And the good woman passed on Chicago News Sold Naval Secrets An official who IlIplCllaconOdentiaf post In the Germanfa shipbuilding yard at Kiel baa been sentenced to a years imprisonment for selling secret plans of submarines construatnd by his firm to rival German yards He was In receipt of a salary of = 1550 a year He sold himself for 75- 0Probably Did Irma Poor Walllo When I refiweii him he said he would jump Into the lakel IdaWell did het I dont know Still It seems to me theres a flavor of Turkish cigarettes In the water Chicago Dally News JutsBattle The earl of Soutliesk who died re plctllrlsqupherdWhoa ho was dying hn was carried at his desire In a couch to a window and time cnllle yore paraded past It that be might see them once more Animal Language Animals pave a language composed of lgns or sounds expressing sensations passions but never Ideas So this language excludes conversation and Is lim lafeetture Poor Engine- A speaker at a meeting of the ham EnglandOre engine which always gooa to tires manllgesto = 0 MAP ET REPOFIT- Cincinnati April 1 t T1Il J Comrton 8 00 0 4 40 Heavy steers 6 15 tff 5 30 rALVKS Extra C 35 H08 Ch packers 5 45 ir 5 WJ packers Ii 35 i 545 LSHKKP Extra 5 26 TAMBS Kxtra QD 7 7- 5Fi9tRaininn pat 6 00 d C 30 rod 1 10 te CORN No 2 mixed tt 484 1o 2 white QA 49 OATS No 2 mixed 0 1- 2ngio 2 84 Qp SG r JJY ah timothy QU12 60 tuUiStt13tpJ rCtear mes9a1IHJrGn h Choice creamery Q 31 APPIjE Choice 2 25 250 POTATOESPor bbl 1 25 0 1 35 TOBACCONow C 00 Wl3 00 Old 434 I4 75 CIW9o FLOtm Winter oat 5 10 CT 5 JO WHBAT No 2 rod 1 13y4QI 1 15y No 3 red 1 00 1 10 COUN No 2 mixed 47 tO47y4OATS No 2 mixed BYrvNo2 QD 7EtI PORK Moss 12 C5 11270 LAUD Steap 7 00 7 02 New York FLOUR Win strts 5 15 tip R 28 WHEAT No 2 rod 1 15i CORNNo mixed d 58 OATSNo 2 mixed 3GW 36- RVI9 Western QD so PORK Family 13 25 l12 50 LAUD Steam 0 7 30 Baltimore TTLESteerll 3 4 00 00tSHEEPNo 1 fat 3 3 50 LAMBS Spring C 50 7 00 HOGS Dressed G 60 Louisville WHEAT No 2 rod 4 1 12 CORNNo mixed 52 OATSNo 2 mixed 6 351- 1CORNNo2 mixed t 481 OATSNo 8 mixed t 34 YJ Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red tJ 1 10 CORN No 2 mixed lJ 484- OATSNo2 mixed a 31 thebestCOLLARS TEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Call youtoT J MOBERLEY Richmond Ientucky u Won a Name of Famo DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills have been made famous by their certain yet harmless and gentle action upon the bowels and liver They have norqual for bilious nee constipation etc They do not weaken time stomach gripe or make you feel Hick Once used always preferred Tiny strengthen Sold the East End Drug Co and all Medicine Deale- rsTOMBSTONES n n and MONUMENTS Owing to poor halth I an forced to close out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 seta of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb stones and Monuments which I will sell at greatly reduced prices Here is your opportunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Barea Monumental Works S McGUIRE Prop Berea Ky Frightful Suffering Relieved Suffering frightfully from the vir ulent poisons of undigested food C G Grayson of Lula Mian took Dr Kings New Life Pills with the result ho writes that I was cured All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative proper ties 25o at East End Drug Store guaranteed MONUMENTS lens f Madetena Statuary 8r nlu and Marble j Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at reasonable prices and with dispatch AUwork guar anteed by GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky CX n rnl MatnaDd Colllnt Stmta ii t A Darodovll Rldo- oUeii ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuries use Buck tens Arnica Salve A deep wound in inn foot from an accident writes Theodore Jschuele of Columbus 0 caused me weal pain Physicians were helpless but Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 25c at East End Drug SI orn To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete and upto date in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWGLRY REPAIRING Etc f do work for most prominent people of Berea and vicinity Work sent to me by mail or express wIIJbavo prompt attention and haree paid oae way S G FRANKLIN I Mt Vernon Ky REIKKEXCI 9uik ol Mt Vwnoa Berea COllege PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Coufse7w1th agrialilttirsorr11tthgnie and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nurslugtwo years Normal Courses For Teachers Three courses loading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and for lire College Courses Literary Scientific Classical lending to Baccalaure ate degrees MusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a nmM incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also payfor board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks maybI brought within 2950 Winter term of 11 weeks J200 Spring tuna of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14- The School in endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation alists Methodists Presbyterians and good peoplo of all denomination FOR ixronuATios AXO FRIEXDLT ADVICE ADDRESS THE SLCRBTABT WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky Madison County Roller Mills ltfaIoIoIliCIIIII Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Reller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour Hlelei I IeIeidelF Potts Duerson VUtct Sutlo Ky I TT Kodol Tie J 100 conUlni the trial lite which Mill fer 50 cnu riFAID DilLY AT THI Of E C Ac ILL I A Tim Table In Effect May I 1904 Color North Train 4 flatly Leave 48 a m Arrive a m Arrive Paris 528 a m Arrive 60 a m OolnK North CZ 0 flatly Leave Bares 1255 p m Arrive 6 00 pm Gulnc Sootb Train 1 Dally Leave Berea 111 p m Arrive 2 05 p ro Going South Train S Dally Leave 24 p m Arrive 30 a m Trains No 1 and No C make con nectiou at Livmast m for Jntlico and South with No 21 and No 27 W H Ticket I V H t tOffln neat door lo JoiloWIO bottle tbnci lAIOXATOir the DR Ky By tho Tonic Route The pills that act as a tonic and not as a drastic purge are Little Early Risers They euro etc Early Risers are small easy to take and easy to acta safe pill Mack hotel clerk at Valley City N A Two bottles cured me of chronic Sold by the East End Drug Co and all Dealers FoundQdI DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Brea3Richmond412 Cincinnati7 BURTraln pmArriveCincinnati Livingston Berea11Livingeton12 BOWER Agent HOBSON Dentist Richmond DeWitts Headache Constipation Biliousness Hamilton constipation Medicine Forget About Your Stomach It your digestion is bad the vital organs of your body are not fed and nourished as they should be They prow weak aud invite disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat curea indigestion and all stomach troubles You forget you have a begintakingrestrecuperates and gradually grows so strong and hea1thythat it troubles you no mOre Am herst Minn says I have taken a great many remedies for indigestion tQKodolKeats what you eat cures Indigestion BelchingHeartburn Its preparation is the result of many years of research Sold by the Ban End Drug Co and all Medicine Dealers A10 INVESTMENTI- n lieU Telephone sleek during tint Una threw jreun of the Cuiopaujt exrece NOW WORTH 50000 Thllfthe mermen proilt pro ductnit prupenteeof a sut Dfvi9ff 111tANIUAIII COMIANV HAM MADK TIIK lKSUWNINCOVKHT libiled StalL OoTfrrmro ti adoptadlieFor Sxtm New iiuiK rtunv contrite all orer the world nfMiru nnrinouaproflla Hiock purrlinfcf under 4I Trrunrr r plan heron Ociubor I alnxtiiTftfl IOTP s l 1 IKIITKNT 3ICIN111 panshteOctoberGUKATEK NKW YORK 8KCUU1TT CO Hole ttwal Ayrnia 4143 wall St 3uir Yoik ILileII 1sA Triad and Truo Friend One Minute Cough Cure contaiaa aeait r Croup and Whooping Cough so long that it has proven itself to be a tried and true friend to the many who uoe it Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Mar ion led says Coughing and straining so weakened me I run down poundsArterno avail Ooe Minute Cough Cure entirely cured me Sold by the East End Drag Co and all Medicine Dealers IfAlso 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for 11Boys 200 and 175 for Youths ElThereputation of W I Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to give better satisfaction than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wearers expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure a perfect fit Inspection invited COYLEHAYESBEREA a oH t t t t t t tltl I t t t 1 I t t t 11 I I I I I tIt I t t I I I I I t t I I I I t I l Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES iIHHMIH1HIH fool f1 t t 11 I 1 Mr C L Hanson is still confined to his house with an attack of grip The infant son of Walter Bogie died on Monday and was buried on Tuesday tits Susie TouVelle was taken suddenly ill with pleurisy on Satur day but is some bettor now Miss Arrasmith arrived Monday noon from Cincinnati mad will trim this season for C1 Hanson Co Mr P C Dix State Secretary of the County Work Department of the I Y M CA spent Sunday in Borea Mr Ellis Seale returned to Oxford Ohio on Wednesday where he will resume his studies at Miami Univer sityDr Sperry loft on Wednesday for his homo in Oberlin Ohio where he willenjoy a much needed rest for a monthMr and Mrs Horace B Jones of 1Cincinnati art rejoicing over the arrival of a fine baby boy on Tuesday morning Mesdames J W and Ten Hoskins and Mrs Mart Baker spent Wednesday in Berea visiting at the home of i Mrs Wansloy Baker Mr John Weaver of South Bend Pa arrived in Berea on Friday and will spend several weeks with his brother Prof W W Weaver A largo order for sewer pipe ago gregating nearly 1000 was placed by Berea College with an Akron Ohio firm last week Tho pipe is now un tho way Mr and Mrs Stephen Gamble loft This is one I I J 0 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 I I I for their homo in Alexis Ill Fri day noon They were accompanied as far as Cincinnati by Secretary Gamble who returned the next day Miss Jennie Hanson arrived homo from Cincinnati on Friday She underwent a slight operation for throat trouble while in tho city and is still experiencing considerable discomfort from the same source Prof Albert A Wright who was acting professor of natural science in Berea College thirty years ago died at Oberlin Ohio Ho went from hero to Oberlin and has been an honored member of the college faculty until his decease last Friday On account of the Lyceum lecture on the first Friday night of the tern the election of officers In Phi Delta Society was postponed till March 31 when the following officers were elected Pres J K Caldwell Vice Pres P T Prentiss Cor Sec C C Hudson Treas J W Welch Rec Sec Robt Howard Sergeant atArms H H Clark The closing number of the Lyceum Course was given on Saturday even ling last W Powell Hale was the entertainer of the occasion and quite sustained his reputation as an im personator of first rank His interpretation of the various characters in the selections cn was true a more serious nature were rendered with the same skill and accuracy The attendance at the Lyceum entertainments for tho season has been good notwithstanding the postpone u H HANDS ESHOEL SHOE II Ialileather arIList PRICE 350 meat of several of the numbers and disappointment on account of the unavoidable absence of some of the scheduled entertainers Time efforts of Prof Dodgetho manager of Borej Lyceum Course to secure high grud entertainments for Beren are appro ciated by tho patrons of the Course Friday evening was a mcmorablt occasion in the history of bachelors hall which is under the joint sow ereignty of Messrs Rumold and Cartmell Invitations bearing the inscription help the needy were issued to Rovernl lady and gentlemen friends of tho aforesaid bachelors Garments of n suilkiently worn ap iearanee to create pity within the hearts of the guests for their hosts I were presented for examination Time apartments wore next inspected ImggtitionMloITered signs from pajwr was a feature of I the evening Miss BearingerJVns the winner of the prize which was in the form of an autograph earth decorated at the corner with n bachelors I button llefreshmentsof punch and wafers were served by the hosts and In bouquet of arbutus and winter green berries was presented as a I special favor to each guest The evening was enjoyable in every par ticulnr Rev C J Ryder D D secretary OIlasting He spoke in the Parish HOUBO on Sunday morning on the nightIa man of exceptionally pleasing appearance and manner He in a forceful and eloquent speaker His heart evidently goes with all that he says anti his acquaintance with his theme his carefully chosen language his ready power of illustration and the high spiritual tone of all that he says combine to produce a most happy effect The audience in the morning responded with an offering of more than seventy dollars which will be materially increased In the evening Dr Ryder was suffering from a slight attack of La Grippe but it is doubtful if any of his hearers noticed it Dr Ryder was intensely interested In the great work which he found here nUll was enthusiastic over the two audiences which hn addressed He said it made him want to got luck again into the pastorate We IIOJKJ be- ma soon come again Another Rural Route Another rural mail route will be established in this county about May 1 The route will bo out Big Hill pike to the intersection of said pike and the Speedwell pike then down the latter pike to time beginning of the Big Hill dirt road down said road to the Brassfield and Waco dirt road and down this road to Ellmton James A White colored of this city has been appointed carrier on tho new route he having passed the examinations for carrier and being at the head of the eligible list Richmond Pantograph DEATH OF MISS URMAN Death claimed another of Bereas faithful workers on Monday morning in the person of Miss Alice Bitrman who had been a teacher in the Model Schools since the fall of 1000 She was of a quiet unobtrusive disposi tion and her faithful and heroic at tention to duty though beset by a lingering disease won the esteem of all who knew her She was appar ently as well as usual on Saturday but towards evening on Sundayshe was obliged to give up and was removed to the hospital Sunday night She gradually grow weaker until the end cane early Monday morning She was an earnest Christian and a member of time Union Church The eT COU WITH THE MAKERS MRACTfRI I New Cash Store C C RHODUS Prop BEREA KENTUCKY funeral services were lucid in the Parish House on Monday afternoon conducted by the pastor Dr hub- bell and Principal Edwards in a few well chosen words spoke of her life and worksinco coming into our midst The remains were accompanied to Jackson Michigan the family home on Tuesday by her mother and sister who Imo been living in Herei since last fall DR SPERRYS LECTURES Prof Lymnn Sperry is today one of tho most jxjpular lecturers pn sci I entiftc subjects connected with healtl He is a graduate of Oberlin was for many years a member of tho faculty of Carlton College at orthfiJII Minn His gift for presenting time most scientific truths in an effective man tier drew him at last into the lecture field exclusively Ho is widely employer by Young Mens Christian Associations and by colleges so thai huts entire time is occupied during time lecture season He has spent his summers for- man years in the Hooky Mountains whore a great mountain and glacier have been panted after him nUll whero ho combines recreation with scientific pursuits He is tho author of several books which have a wide circulation both in this country and abroad His visit to Berea where he comes without hits usual fees is a great contribution tc the work of the Institution and Is partly given through his longstand ing friendship with Berra workers like President E H Fairchild Dr George T Fairchild nUll Presidenl FrostOn Sunday afternoon ho spoke to tie young men and young women of the Institutionsseparately on matter of hygiene and Monday morning he gave tho Monday lecture on Phys iology Fear and Faith Monday night nu illustrated lecture on Americas Wonderlands which was well attended On Tuesday morning ho addressed the student at the chapel hour on Drain and Muscle and Tuesday night he gave another Aetna and Vesuvius His last lecture on Wednesday morning was a utmost im pre sive address on Character and Habit from a physicians standpoint as related to our nerves and bodily organism This course of lectures alono would Ixi enough to reward anystudent for attending Boron College this spring term Students will do well to see Dr ng H in regard to their teeth Special rates to all students GREEN SEAL PAINT The top notch of goodness For sale by the East End Drug Store Paint with Green Seal and lw mum bored among the happy ones For sale by the East End Drug Store Luveri Queer Trot Suitors for time hands of the fair maidens of lower Austria sure lubjeot ed to a curlou ordeal Ikfore he Ii accepted n young man bill to itanJ open mouthed near a hive of wild bees If the bees ore not attracted by his breath he Is accepted as being uo drinker TilE GREEN SEAL PAINTS Stand thinning with pure Linseed on and are therefore more econom teal than other paints Read directions ou every package For sale by time East Drug Store Hhodus has just put in n carload of fertilizer Call him up at once and secure your seasons supply Twenty beautiful combinations in colors that harmonze can ho oh nined when you use the GREEN SEAL PAINTS See the East End prug Store Farmers when want Fertilize callom C C Rhodium Ho has a ear load Price 20 and 24 per ton o MILLINERY OPENING The showing is well worth seeing will open our new spring and summer hats on Friday and Saturday April 7 and 8 Spring winds have never unfolded more charms and beauty than the MillineryWetouch that separates the ultra fashionable from the common place and which makes this store headquarters for correct followers of fashion Shape and style in beauty and trimmed with FLOWERS THAT WILL BLOOM +We have transformed our millin ery store at the corner of Main and Center Streets into a dreamland of feminine hat splendor There la beauty in the whole effect all teeming with the latest style more fascinating than we youintendand see the correct thing Our prices will be for cash but cheap or ever DONT FAIL TO COME Respectfully MRS A T FISH rnrt rtrrrrrrtrrrrt rrarterrrrrgrtrratPPPK rKrlrrrKrrrrrft iSee what JE Miles the veteran miller of y EFrankfort Ky has to say y y JC Frankfort Ky March 29V 05yy BALLARD ft BALLARD CO t Louievillo Kjio I havo have ao far handled Obelisk for J more than one yoar I have never handled 0 t a bettor flour a flour that gave more gen ti oral satisfaction iThe people are leaving other flours and t calling for OBELISK My trade le a jobbing + trade mostly to groooro and ie daily sinereaaing Other mills who fough t OBELISK it are now calling on me and recognizing I OBELISK as their main competitort I have had a lifetime experience as a t manufacturer of flour and I toll you I g have had GREATER SATISFACTION WITH J OBELISK THAN ANY FLOUR I EVER MADE iJ Signed J E MILES L ik t p or aaak- WELCH r jj j Sells this Flour for 75 cents per sack aa rirk irir klr 7lkirk irirASr Mt+ir t0h rlr ek rhtrkpiriryirirakkiekirtrkirrQ- oo o oSoaooSoaoaoaoaoSo oSo ooaoaoacaut oaoSoaeaoa u- I Spring Millinery i i Opening I u- i FRIDAY AND SATURDAY i APRIL 7 AND 8 1905 o S o- We have opened up our new stock of Spring Millinery and arc nw prepared to please the s most fastidious tastes i- nReadytowear 0- o Hats o o Street and Dress Hats i- o Miss Arrasmith our new trimmer of Cincinnati s is here and is competent to meet the expectations iof nil our patrons a We are also showing a beautiful now line of i Holium Silk Organdies Silks Cashmeres Gauze iChiffon Pongee Batiste Lawn and White Goods saY C your o o C J Hanson Co 0- ooeoooeoeooeoeoeo oMototloMoNooMotosolloMc Do You Know That March is a Bad Month for Fires Belter hive your house and household goods insured Doesnt cost much Means lots to you in case of a fire Wobld be glad to write it for you I represent tlteIbest old line companiesin fact can write you in any legitimate company FIRE LIFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE 1 REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD Anti TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC we H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK NEWS FROM ALLOVER THE WORLD llapjicninjrs of Interest Gathered mil Condensed Fou the Busy Reader PROGRESS OF THE RUSSOJAP WAR What It Transpiring at the Capital of the Nation Together With Exciting Events Occurring In Foreign Countries RUSSIANJAPANESE WAR ITEMS Twenty thousand Russian prisoners hnveAIrrtilrl estimate of Urtanctw fcnsualtliB In tho battle of Mukden and lie Past place tho num Iwr at 57000 Omolally the Russian authorIties continue to deny stoutly that Russia hu matte any proposals to Japan TIM IN literally true DI Russia has tnljr raids known the con- c dittons leaving the Intermediary to cttnvwy these conditions on Its own rufKiiiHllilllty to Japan The 81 Petersburg correspondent ot the London Time telegraphs that he has teamed from nnlmpoachnbl MMirow that PrMldont Roosevelt has- teen selected as mediator between ItuMfci and Japan In tho negotiation for pease now pending between the i wo count rltte The dispatch stales hat negotiation are already In pro urtna KuspenakMi of hostilities is shortly expected I MISCELLANEOUS NEWS ITEMS Homier Rouawatu the dynamiter crllevei that In all probability It was In4 of till Infernal machines that sent tht United States battleship Maine i the bottom of tho sea In Havana harbor roaimaader Mies ha Booth proaltl t I at tN celebration of tho 88th nivtmirr of the establishment of the Kalvattai army In tho United States m Carnctglo hall New York The federal grand jury Chicago rev t uraetl ao Indictment against Thomas J Conner general superintendent ol Armour Co on a charge of interior lax with a wtlneea summoned to ap peer before tlw trey lie was reloaded a IMOO ball PrceM fit Rooaerott hal accepted the offer of the Iryelilcnt of Santo Do miDaju in a of the felted 8atM to collect the tomof that republic and wattle the claims oouatneIminors of tho aon fral bltufltinoue district of Pennaylva ala after Mint la conference almost foNtiiiHouely for two weeks endeav oring to agree upon a wage soalo to RU Into effect April l adjourned finally without awning to an agroomenL View President Fairbanks called at tbe white Imuae to bid the proficient inxxiUjw He left for Philadelphia sod tbetico will go to Indlannnolla He Mjra he has made no plans fur tho mimmer A statement that no ovldance hall- wen adduced to show that any 110ft er was rrtmlaally liable for the ex pJwrton In the R IL Grover Cos shoe factor Itmckton Mass which caiiied the death of the IS employes was mado Rev Albert LundliarB of Soandla 1s MM was tirow rlnfj for his mar rage te Miw TlHlda Frits of Jomos town N Y ttropfwl dead Tho wed dint was to Mare boon celebrated a f fw hours latfrr- TJt jirafliljw Iwn doado l to ap point P Shunts president of the Ctorar LMif railroad as clinic man of the reotipinlKod canal comnits Mnn provided IM will accept The first practical atop having In view he reorgaalsatlon of the IiRia ma canal cnmmlealon was taken when In compliance with Instructions tram President Roosevelt Secretary Taft re quested the membora of tho commis Mon to tender their resignations roIiI bomb section One of tho persons arrested U wealthy and two aro worn an The Detroit common council adopt ed a resolution looking to municipal owncrahlp of street railway tracks Judge Ixtclirau of tho United States district court at St Paul In a decision handed down holds that land In an Indian reservation In still subject to government control ovon though the tltlo has passed from the government Three men were killed outright and another so badly Injured that he died a fow hours later by nn explosion at the Schaghtlcoko powdor mills near Troy N Y Oor Iu ham received from tho war department at Washington four battle ncarred Texas confederate flags which were captured by union soldiers dur lag the civil war The secretary of tho Interior has ordered the withdrawal from entry of ROOOOO acres of laud In Oregon and JOOOO ncrwi in Washington on account of tho Umatllla irrigation project The supreme court of Michigan de rided unanimously that tho use of the phraeo by ballot In tho state constitution doos not preclude tho use of voting machines The Illinois senate committee on railroads reported for passage a bit to compel railroads to equip cars with automatic couplers anil continuous brakes and locomotives with driving wheel Drakes Tho Italian ambassador IB moving energetically to Interest tho Amorlcan government In the international agricultural congress to be hold at Rome In the near future under the special patronage of Italy President Roosevelt told a number of senators and members of congress that he expected to call tho extraor dinary flOMlun of congress for the con sideration of railroad rate legislation about October 1C The prudential committee ot tho Congregational board of foreign mis mans will nit finally act on the gift ot John D Rockefeller or = 100000 for three weeks The ministers In Boa ton and vicinity at a meeting decided to continue the protest against its ac ceptance By unanlmotm vote a sweeping anti loan shark bill was ordered to thud reading by the upper house ot the 1111 nois legislature The grand Jury In New York city down IndlCtmentM against J Morgan Smith Julll1 Smith his wife Patturcon charging thorn jointly with conspiracy In the Caotar Young murder case Tho Smiths were arrested In Cincinnati- It In reported that Alice Roosevelt will be wedded to Senator Albert J Bovorldge the tiny Orator of Indl ana PrcMldant Anialruf the highest Ven ezuelan court decided that tho French Cable Co has forfeited Its contract by failure to fulfill Its terms and de cided against the government In tho action for damages resulting from the company nets On account of the ITncoinpahgre Colorado project tho president hoe onlored tho withdrawal from entry of 30000 acres of land In the Montrose land district Andrew Carnegie has offered the Unlvorelly of North Carolina 60000 for a library provided the friends of the Institution raise a similar amount John Young colored was hanged at Wnxahachle Tex for tho murder of Alburtli Moore flen Oroelay received a dispatch from Bayonne N J stating that the manufacture of SOO miles of cable which Is to bo used to connect Valdoc with Seward Alaska has been com menced The Herman cruiser Prlnz Frledrlch Karl escorting the HamburgAmerican liner Hamburg with Emperor Wil liam on board collided with the Brit ish battleship Prince George In going alongside the New Mole at Gibraltar Tho Prince George la leaking and will be docked Hrln von KulaletHfti who oonfoMod to wrecking the Rock Island Rocky Mountain Limited near Homestead la on March 21 waa Indicted for murder In the fit degree at Dea Moines IlL By the term of Mm Jane 1 Stan fords will filed for probate JOOKW la left in trust to Ariel Uthrop dad deeoendanu of D S Lathrop her brother 100jOOO in tenet to hor nieces Jennlo L Lawton and Amy 1 Hanson and the children of Christine L Gunning 1000000 to Charles G Lathrop 1M HX to various charita ble institutions of San Francisco and Sari Joso and the remainder of her estate to the trustees of Loland Stan font Jr university The committee of the Illinois State HlatoHcnl society appointed to ar range for the celebration of tho semi centennial at tbe LincolnDouglas tie hates of 188 decided that members of tho committee In various cities where those debates were held should arrange for tho celebration in their respective cities Two feet at snow fell In the Black Hills It was the heaviest snow storm of tho season A now Indictment was returned against Johann Mock In connection with the charge that ho murdered his last wife MRS diary WalrkcrHoch- CongroMnmn Theodore E Burton summarising the results of tho visit of the congressional party to the IslarJ of Santo Domingo said that It WRIII tho belief of the congressmen on the trip that tome sort of n protectorate was essential to secure tranquility In the Island and prevent serious com 1111 callon9 Wm B Gould of Baltimore who was appointed by the president as deputy collector of customs In Santo Do mingo formally announced that ho has declined tho place Secretary of time Navy Morton has boon forced to abandon his trip to the south and west with tho president upon tho urgent advice of an oar specialist For more than a year the secretary has suffered from trouble In one of his cars Police Commissioner Szabalovltz of tho Second district was perhaps fatally Injured by a bomb which wat thrown at him In time street at Lodz The decision of the Venezuelan su pronto court canceling the French Ca ble Coe concession was accompanied by a recognition of tho principle of paying an Indemnity for the canceled Interests Michael Nelson a farmer living near tho town of Poplar Audubon county la killed ills two daughters aged 10 and 13 respectively and then committed suicide Dime liovuls paved James A Logan jra way to the penitentiary accord- Ing to tho boys confession to Judgo Barnes whq sentenced him to tho Jo- liet prison for life for tho murder of Mrs Delia Ifracey In Hyde Park ill February 2fit Miss AGnail Watson daughter ot Thomas Wanton Is In aajosperatc con ijttlon as the result of an accidental avcrdoso of mornhlno taken at tho home ot a friend In Athens Ga where she Is visiting Rev Dr Stanley A McKay resigned as president Qt Shurtleff college a Baptist Institution of Alton III Signor Marconi of wireless tele graph fame arrived In New York on his honeymoon trip In the Cunader Campania Marconi married Miss Be atrice OBrien the fifth daughter ol Lady Inrhlquln and the couple brought with them a jewelry casket containing more than a quarter of a mllllan dollars worth of wedding presents Mrs Benjamin Harrison widow of former President Harrison and her daughter wore passengers on the White Star line steamer Canoplc which sail ed for the Mediterranean They will spend several months In Italy Theodore P Shontz president of the Toledo St Louis Western railroad will head the Panama canal commis- sIon He notified tho president that he would accept Chapple Cross of Chicago who has trained horses for Alderman Carey ot Chicago for a number of years died at Ablta La Ho recently ar rlvgd there from Los Angeles Thu monthly statement of the public debt shows that during March tho debt IMA cash in the treasury amounted to 98JiC24 9a which Is a decrease of ii40RQl as compared with last month The rumor ot the czars attempted suicide Is absolutely denied In court circles In Copenhagen although It is admitted that he has been subject to- sptllll of deep melancholy which have caused tho czarina as well as his mother the dowager empress great anxietyThe Duke of Orleans the French pretender la busily engaged In com plating arrangements for an expedition to tho Polar regions Bishop Spauldlng who has been con fined to hIs bed from the effects of a stroke of paralysis which he suffTod three months ago was suddenly attack ed with heart failure and suffered a relapse Prof Denny of the Ohio State uni versity was elected secretary of the North Central Association of Colleges and Bondary Schools In Chicago Becauso he wanted to see a rest train wreck Royal Grimm 12 son of a wellknown resident of Groveton n suburb of Plttsburg derailed the Cleveland Flyer by placing Iron bars and coupling plus on the Plttsburg lLake Brjo railroad tracks No one was hurt Robert JVynne recently appointed American coinul general to London sailed on the steamer Philadelphia That 455000 Infants died In the United States last year from the ef fects of food poisons Is the statement mado by J K Hurty secretary of the Indiana stale board of health who gives thin on tho cause of Gi per cent ef the total deaths The anniversary of tho battle of Puoblo was celebrated by a military review In Mexico City tho troops past- Ing before President Diaz and start and a number of high officials Tho Slmplon tunnel tho longest In the world waa Inaugurated when from tho Swim ami Italian sides tho first trains pawed through meeting at the confer Tho trial of Maxim Gorky on the charge of throwing up proclamations with the object of overthrowing the existing state of affairs In tho empire nnd disturbing public order has been postponed until May 16 At St Petersburg the committee of ministers haw been notified of an hn perial decree granting an extensive amnocly to religious offenders Charles K Gist superintendent of transportation of tho Pltteburg Lake Brio railroad whilo walking with his wife on Ellsworth avenue Plttuburg dropped dead The storm which raged In Colorado and a portion of Now Mexico for 36 hours has subsided For the first time this winter time Santa Fo toad found it necessary to use snow plows between Pueblo and Colorado Springs As tho result of nn explosion In the United Vorda nine near Proscott Arlr owned by Senator Clark five men are Bond and flvo others wirlous ly but not fatally Injured- A a result of a serious wreck on the division of tho Southern railway a tow miles below Branchvllle S C near a small lumber station culled ttadham four persons are dead Jockey Otto Wondurly who was thrown from n horse at the taco track died after an operation In a Memphis hospitalThe Nebraska legislature adjourned sine die at midnight after sending 10 time governor tho Junkln bl and the bill prohibiting the manuipjj taro anti solo of oltfaroites Warrants have been Issued at Llvor pool for time arrest of A F Stephens and A Henderson of tho firm of Ste peens Henderson cotton specula tors having offices In Now York Lou isville and Havre Tho men aro charg ed with conspiracy with Intent to do fraudA Slavish christening ended In a tragedy four miles from Latrobe Pa Mike Kallfosld Is dead and several other men are reported to bo seriously Injured JohnC Walton of Plttsburg killed his wife by cutting her throat with a razor and then after cutting his own throat walked to the office of a piss Hlclan 300 yards distant and expired The report that Maxim Gorky who Is In the vicinity of Riga awaiting trial on time charges of sedition and treason would be allowed to go to the Crimea to recuperate is correct The equestrian statue of Lafayette time work of Paul Bartlett will not bo ready for the fete on July 4 at Wash- Ington which was planned by the La fayette memorial commission and the event has been postponed until 100C The lower house of tho Michigan legislature In committee of the whose adopted a bill prohibiting the sale and use of cigarettes and cigarette ma tonal INSPECTOR HOLOEN Received Loan From Storey Cot ton Co and Itesigns A New York Inspector Is In Philadel phia Making An Investigation of Holdeha Connection With the Company Philadelphia April IOeorge C Hpldon the inspector In the United service attached to the- Philadelphia Inspection division who admitted that the Storey Cotton Co most of whose officers are fugitives from justice advanced 1100 to him as a loan for a lew days has sent his resignation to Washington Holden declares he received the money and paid It back a few days later without any understanding or agreement wjit the Storey Cotton Co that he wall to protect the concern against Investiga tion by the post office department Ha however admitted that In accepting the loan from that concern he was Indiscreet and thought It best In view of the revelations In the case to send his resignation to the postal au thorities at Washington- By direction of Postmaster General tortolyou Inspector Mayor of the New York division has been sent here and Is making an Investigation of Holdens connection with tho Storey Cotton Co- Holdon says that It was a personal loan from F Ewart Storey and he bo itovos that the item was placed cm the books to do him Injury Since the loan was made he says he has stint three separate reports to Wash- Ington recommending that fraud on dory be issued against the Storey oon corn I A SERIOUS CONFLICT onTroops Fatal Fire a Jewish Gatt f erlng In Warsaw Warsaw April 3A serious conflict occurred in Dzlka street where a Jew ish socialist society known as the fluid had organized a demonstration The trouble began when under the pretext of holding a memorial meet Ing for a late Jewish socialist leader a crowd of over 1000 mostly Jews carrying red flags marched Into Dzlka street and was met by a mixed police and military patrol of 20 men Tho police declare the socialists fired rev volvers at thom the leaders Inciting time mob to attack the patrol which thereupon fired several volleys Into the crowd Four men were killed and 40 wounded The crowd removed all but nine of tho wounded two of whom wore women Those were taken to hits hospital and It Is said that two or more of them will die The dead nail wounded wore all Jaws The pollco made many arrests AT THE SEAT OF WAR Situation Unchanged In the Chang chung and Klrln Directions Toklo April LThe following oat cia I advices have been received from army headquarters in Manchuria Our scouts advanced toward lint lung and collided with 300 of the eno mjrs cavalry at ShauclongUu 30 mlloa southwest of Sollung on the morning of March 38 The enemy 4011 men Strong retreated to Hallung leaving 2bOQ troopers Thero aro large stores of coroals at various points between Yjnjjecheng and Sahchengtzu VIne h ng 36 miles north of Hlcng cheng The situation Is unchanged In tho Changchun and Kirin directions THE PRESIDENTS OUTING Leaves For Nearly a Two Months Trip In Southwest and West rWashington April 3President Roosevelt left hero Monday morning on a long trip to the west and south west and will be absent from the capitol for nearly two months One ot the chief objects of the trip which time president long has had In mind Is the reunion of tho Rough Rider regi ment of time Spanish war which is to take place at San Anfoplo Tex next Friday and for which an elaborate program of exercises has been arrang ed There will be several brief stops where the president will make ad dresses on the way to San Antonio t Slot Machine Cincinnati April IThe vanishing of tho slot machines resulted In start- Ing a tide of pennies Into the vaults pf the United States subtreasury Though that Institution was open for but half a day Saturday nearly 70000 pennies were poured Into Its vaults for safekeeping and for exchange In o paper sliver or gold money Nan Pattersons Sister III Cincinnati April 3 Woarled and worried almost beyond human endue nice Mrsrlulia Morgan Smith sister of Nan Patterson to bo tried tiirthom- nurder of Caesar oung lies prostrate ed on a couch In the place of deten tion Her and her husband were ar rested as an accomplice Gives Miss Gould a Cup NOw York April 3Mlss Helen M Gould has been presented with a handsome silver loving cup the gift of tho enlisted men of the army at Wlllets Point The cup Is a tokcn of appreciation of the work done for the army men by Miss Gould Russians theRailroad Toklo April 3 Reports tram Man churia show that the Russians are destroying the railway much more thoroughly than hitherto The evident Inference is that they do not contem ntAtA rflonvorlnn the sltuaton STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS THE BABY POISONER It Is Feared the Colored Woman May Be Lynched Paducah Ky March 28Mrs Mary Tirockwell whoso three children aged 3 4 and 5 years died from poisoning under suspicious circumstances broke down atjd confessed that she killed them by giving them morphine amt coal oil The woman said that her husband was In an asylum and site could not support the children She also said that George Albertbn prom ised to marry her If shq got rid of the children Alberton was arrested as anaccessoryMrs is now trying to claim she remembers little about the poisoning She says privation doBl tutlon and suffering during the cold months have made her crazy She Is a native of Symsonla Graves county and while attractivelooking is of In tenor Intelligence Paducah Ky March 31The police are losing faith In Mrs Mary Brock well the confessed murderess of three of her children In the latest state ment she says Jerry Tubbs a cousin of George Albritton also persuaded her to poison her children WILL PLEAD SELFDEFENSE Fitzhugh Renfrew Shot and Killed By Hiram Powers Owensboro Ky April 1 Fltzhugh Renfrew a wealthy merchant of Nar rows Ohio county was shot to death by Hiram Powers a sawmill man There had been III fecllngbotweentho men since the dissolution of partnership several years ago The last troll ble was over damage to a fence from fire It IP alleged Powers was drink Ing He advanced on Renfrew who retreated Later he attempted to pick up a brick when Powers fired Flvd shots were fired Into the mans body He died In ten minutes Powers was arrested and taken to Hartford He will plead selfdefense THE HUNT PROPERTY Steps Have Been Made To Take It Over By the State Frankfort Ky March 31The state capitol commission heard the report of Attorney General Hays on his ex amination of the title of the Hunt site property selected for the now capitol building and took steps to take over the property for the slate The com mission will meet again about April 10 next whop Architect Andrews will present hrs additional drawings of the building and the commission will arrange to advertise for bids for the work of construction The commis sioners hope to have the contracts awarded not later thou May 15 next THE JAIL BURNED Two Prisoners Died In Terrible Agony Owensboro Ky April 1Wm livens a miner and Dr John Hao of Roseville Hancock county woro ar rested Thursday night at Dark on the charge of drunkenness and placed in Jail at Deanofleld Ohio county 20 miles from here At 1 oclock Satur day morning the Jail was discovered to be In flames When the door was broken open the burned bodies of both man were found on the floor Life was extinct They had died In terri ble agony In endeavoring to escape from Jail Tax Collectors Enjoined Paducah Ky March 31 Attorney J M Vorten owner of property In two city additions filed suit against tho city of Paducah time mayor and other olllelals enjoining them from cal lecting any taxes on his property for 1904 on tho grounds that the recently made tax levy Is invalidu Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky March 31Elgllt hundred and two hhds at burJey wiero offered on the tobacco breaks prices ranging from 395 to 1650 Ono hundred and thirtyseven hhds of dark were offered at prices ranging from 340 to C40 The market was more satisfactory than the previous day Cant Boss Expires Covington ICy April ICapt A F l Bbss one of the oldest pioneer citi zens of Northern Kentucky and widely known river man died at his into homo at Demossvllle Ky aged 9G Deceased came to Boone county Ky In 1815 and when 15 years of ago en tered Into the river business Sponsor For Confederate Reunion Georgetown Ky April 1Miss An i ale Askew has been chosen sponsor of I the George W Johnson camp of this city at the reunion of tho United Con federate Veterans association at Lou isville June 15 and 1C She Is the daughter of Judge James F Askew Spotty Wing Escapes Ettdyvllle Ky March 3JSpotty Wing notorious Cincinnati crook has escaped from the penitentiary by scal ing the walls Ho was serving a 16 years sentence for cracking a safe in Livingston county a few years ago tA big reward Is offered Murder Case Continued Mt Sterling Ky April IThe trial 3f Mrs McGraw who is charged with murder In Mcnefeo county was con tinned Mrs McGraw Is accused of i poisoning two women by putting ar sonic In their coffee BAIL WAS REFUSED fudge Parker Will Investigate Breath Itt County Conditions Lexington Ky March 28Judge James Hargls Elbert Hargls and Sheriff Ed Callahan of Breathitt county wero remanded to Jail by Judge Watts Parker without ball pending their trial for the murder of James Cockrlll Alex H HargIs was admit fed to ball in the sum of 15000 Judge Parker delivered a lengthy oral opinion on the conditions existing to- BrenthitLcounty He said he thought It was a mutter for the state to lnve tlgato thoroughly and to that end will devote much time of this court to the investigation fa delivering the opinion he said that while the proof against Alex Hargis was very strong in some parts tho fact that he was not in Jackson Jhc day qt the shooting and had not been there for several days prior thereto was sufficient to convince him that Alex Hargls had no knowledge that the crime was to bo committed at that lime- SenntorA G HargIs was released on a bond of 15000 signed by Out Straus Joe Skaln E F Vanderen anti John Flood He returned to his home In Winchester THE CONTEMPT CASES Subpoenaei Served on James Hargl and Ed Callahan Lexington Ky April 1Jullgo Ben ton of the Clark circuit court at Winchester served subpoenaea on James HargIs and Ed Callahan in jail here on the charge of murdering Cock rill the Winchester case In contempt of court proceedings against B F French at al In which Hargis and Callahan are defendants The contempt charge Is in spiriting away Mose Felt ner Sam Fields and Ruck Colton dun ing the recent Marcum damage suit In WinchesterThe has not yet been ordered to surrender the prisoners It may entail another clash of the courts as thin court Is said to be unwilling to let thorn go TOM WHITE It Is Persistently Rumored He Has Mado a Confession I Lexington Ky March ItIt is per Istently rumored that Tom Wht now In the Covington jail under a 1M sentence for the murder of Jim Cock rill for complicity In which offense the Hargis brothers and Sheriff Ed Callahan are under indictment In this county has made a confession which the prosecution has been relying upon to supply the missing link in the chain said to be necessary to Implicate tho four prisoners here The rumor has It that the confession has either been made or will be made to Attorney n Jouett of Winchester Suits Against Oil Companies Owensboro Ky April IThe commonwealths attorney flied CG suits against the Standard Oil Co and the Evansville Oil Co 60 against the former and six against the latter A thousand dollars Is asked in each petition for failure to have retail license to soil oils In other counties of the state Indictments have been returned Killed By tha Cars Newport Ky March 31Chief of Police Deputy received a telegram from tho authorities of Cleveland 0 stating that Frank Grosshelm 20 had been killed by a train there No details wero given Grosshelma par ents reside near the corner of Tenth and Patterson streets Bought Sheet Mill Ashland Ky March 30Time Ash land Iron and Mining Co has closod a deal with tho Ashland Sheet Mil Co by which the former secured control of the latters local holdings Tho sheet mill employs 300 men and will be put In operation at once Killed His Wife Covlngton Ky March do Whllo bending over a washtub Mrs Nannie I Russell 37 was stabbed to death by her husband James Russell at their home In Madison pike in Latonla Ky Ho made his escape He had Just bean released from jail Child Killed By a Train Lexington Ky April IAllee time threoyear old daughter of Landsay Obauyon was run down and killed ay a train near this city while trying to cross the tracks Her body way ground to pieces Aged Farmer Dies Mt Sterling Ky April 1John ItjBenton aged 74 a wellknown mid farmer died after a lingering Ill ness He was the father of Mrs ELrB Klnsolvlng and Dr Percy Bentoi of Broadhead Looking For the Driver Newport Ky March 30Time police ware asked to find Al Baldwin 19 Baldwin drives a wagon for Henry Molchlng nn oxprossman and It Is al leged ho collected f47 and dlsapppar ed Jeavlng the team on Main street near Fourth Cincinnati Warner To Hang May 19 Frankfort Ky April IGov Beck ham has fixed Friday May 19 as tho date for the hanging of George Warner the murderer of Palaskl Leeds Its expectpd that the Order of Locomo Ive Engineers will urge dernency c Spring Goods WE HAVE THE NEWEST MOST COMPLETE AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS IN BEREA Spring Goods Are In DRESS GOODS MOHAIRS SERGES FRENCH MADRAS SILK MULLS SILK WAISTING GINGHAMS ORGANDIES LAWNS PERCALES DRESS LINENS OPERA CREPE AND SUMMER SUITINGS OF ALL KINDS ARE FOUND HERE IN THE LATEST STYLES WE HAVE THE NEWEST NOVELTIES IN THE POPULAR SHADES OF BLUES AND BROWNS OUR STOCK OF WHITE GOODS IS COMPLETE IN ALL THE NEW STYLE PATTERNS COYLE HAYES 11 I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Eastern Kentucky News Ho eoneipondenee pabtlihed onteti ilcnM in fan by Ue writer The came It not for pabUcatioa but u u evidence of pod teith Writ plainly 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 1 I I 11 1 I I I 1 I JACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK April IRer J W Parsons belt a meeting here last Saturday and one on Sunday whichevert largely attended Mr Black and J K Baker were through here Monday they are both employees of the Dean Tie CoMrs Mary Wilson recently purchased a horse from John It Wilson of Station Camp G M Parsons is no longer candidate for assessor H H Fowler is now on the road for County Surveyor if canvassing the county this week The candidates who have given us a call this week are Farmer Bailey Baldwin Riley and Collier Drum mers who called on the business men were Wilson Dunsil and Welch John D Alcorn is the present clerk in tho store of A H Williams C Co of Drip RockOat sowing anti sweet potato bedding is the present occupation hereRev W II Anderson is in this vicinity in interest of Rev G L Davis who in candidate for county court clerk Willie J Richardson has returned to this country after an absence of about nix mouths Miss Nannie i Wilson of Wagersvillo will soon take charge of Kelloy A Wagers store hero Greene and Joe Ever solo have sold their farm on South Fork to W H Clark of McKee Calvin Carroll sold Singer sowing machines to Thomas Eversole and P G Logsdou this week Melvin Carroll is hack home again MADISON COUNTY PEYTON TOWN April 2Nettie Flampton and Ollie Noland are visiting their grandma and their aunt Mrs Alice Phelps Greene Merritt visited his parents near Paint Lick Saturday and Sunday Thomas Ballew sold to Mr Dunn a fine two year old mare last weekRev G L Camp bell preached in Clark county twice on Sunday Rev I Miller preached at Peytontown church Sundaynight Henry Moran and daughter Susie of Big Hill visited Mr and Mrs Feeling Morn Saturday rind Sun dayllov G D Miller filled his regular appointment at Crab Orchard SundayWALLACETON April 2Mr and Mrs Geo Tin dale returned from Whites Station v Sunday where they havo been visiting their son Walter and family since Friday Andy Renfro and family have moved into G B Gabbards t house on the roadRev Smith i pastor of tho Silver Creek Baptist Church preached at that church Friday and Sunday nlghtRev Lunsford preached at Pleasant Grove church SundayafternoonMr and Mrs Goo Brockman were guests of Warren Elkins and family Sunday Robert Gentry has lost a good horse Last Friday evening when h I I I 1 1 1 I 1 I I I I I I I 1 I 1 1 I I r I Mr t Gentry went Out to feed the horse became frightened and com mencing to run toll and broke its back GentryhaRand Mrs Calo Guiuu visited Mr and Mrs Ad 1 Sanders Sunday- KOCKCASTL5 COUNTY ROCKFORD April SMr and Mrs W H Stephens visited relatives on Clear Creek SundayMiss Ella Ely Lake visited Miss Bessie Linvillo Sunday evening Miss Florence Holmon visited Miss Bertha L Rich Sunday Mr W T Linville visited friends on Clear Creek Saturday and Sun duyDorn to the wife of J W McCollon March 27a flue girl SCAFFOLD CANE James Rich age 05 died of consumption on March 25 at his home at Winchester Ho was u member of the Baptist Church and beloved by all who knew him His remains were brought to the Scaffold Cole cemetery for burial He leaves four children and one brother anda host of other relatives and friends to mount his loss- ALWAYS THIN THE GREEN SEAL PAINTS With puro Linssed Oil for all outside work This paint is of heavy body and needs thinning It thus becomes more economical for the con sumer For sale by the East End Drug Storo V Why go to Richmond to have your teeth filled when Dr Boggs will do you firstclass work f Thorough bred Plymouth Rock eggs 5ks n setting Mrs Jus A Todd Paint Lick FOR SALE 28 tons of nice Timothy baled hay 00 cents per hundred delivered in or near Berea or 55 cents at tho farm SUELBV C Tunes Berea Ky THE BANK BREAKERS I Anotherlllght headed British peer Is trying a system to break the bank at Monte Carlo The Chadwlck system Is the only one thut would have worked New York Press ThetMasquls of Anglesey has gone to Monte CbrJo aud tackled the bank with anwv system We hope the marquis hasrpleaty of money and a return tlckcL rtvYork Commercial HANNAS LUSTROFINISH In a variety of beautiful colors It is tuly wonderful what the ladies are accomplishing with this finish It makes an old floor look like new Old furniture and wood work brought to life See samples at the East End D rug Store Kentucky Intelligence FRANK B HARPER The Famous Kentucky Turfman Wa Taken By Death Versailles Ky April GFrank U Harper the noted turfman and breeder died at Nantura farm Ho was 81 years old Mr Harper loaves two sis tern Mrs It A Owsloy of Midway and Mrs Moore of Scott county The latter Is Ill and at the point of death Harper leaves an estate of over 101 300 Mr Harpers funeral will takt place at Nantura Thursday morning at 10 oclock Durlal at Lexington Son ator Jo Blackburn will be one of the pallbearersHarper one of the last survlvon of that old type of turfmen to which the llufordu Qlackburns Swlgerts nud R S C A Alexander of this couutyI belonged who bred and oughbred horses for pure love of sport His famous Nanturn stud thoI duced some of the greatest race In time world and for many years thi Harper colors were seldom lowered li defeat MADDEN DIVORCE CASE The Woman Father Is Collecting Evidence In Her Behalf Lexington Ky April 5 Joseph W McGnio father of Mrs John Madden who Is suing for divorce and custody of her children from tho noted horseman la here with Attorney Dixon ofI Cincinnati collecting evidence In behalf to be used in the suit Maddens attorney C C Droncton save out a statement denying Mrs Maddens allegation that the two boys were left at Hamburg In core of strangers but says thoy aro In cus tody of reliable men and their every want and comfort Is provided for IN A BASKET Josephine Roosevelt Was Found on a Louisville Doorstep Louisville Ky April 5Mrs MaY E Cook who lives at SOS Jeffer son street found a richly droibed girl baby at her front door The Infant was In a silklined basket In which there was a supply of clothing all i two bottles of milk A note plnwd to the child read The baby WM born February 23 Her name Ii Josephine Roosevelt Please adopt her nail rear her as your own Mrs Cook will raise the child In honor of the visit of President Hoot volt Electric Lights and Railway Central City Ky April 5Th franchisee for electric lights and railway wore sold by City Clerk C if Blanchard B F Creel was the chaser of both franchises The coolHI lions under which they were sold art that work shall be commenced on both plants within CO days and that fix electric light plant shall bo completed In eight months and tho street railway In 18 monthsIHopklnsvllles New Hopkinsvlllo Ky DepoLILouisville Nashville has let the contract to a the erection of a new freight depot InI this city to cost about 200041 The building will be of brick and tho fin est of Its kind In the state outside of Louisville Child Burned To Death Scottsvllle Ky April tTho six yearold daughter of David Moore was burned to death while smoking a pa per rolled in the form of a cigarette A spark Ignited her dress and before her mother could reach her she was so badly burned that she died Furnaces To Be Blown Bnrbourvllle Ky April GFurnaco- No1 of the Virginia Iron Cool and Coke Co at Mlddlesboro will bo blown In the IBth and with No2 will give employment to 300 mono Tho total output of the two furnacas will aggregate 400 tons dally Womans Burns Proved Fatal Lancaster Ky April Aftor lin gering two weeks from tho effects ot burns sustained by her clothing catch Ing fire from an open grate Mrs An nie Herring died She is survived by four children Her husband II C Herring died six weeks ago Fell and Broke His Neck Louisville Ky April 5John Sauer 29 a prominent dry goods merchant of Jeffersonvllte while hurrying to BOO the presidents parado slipped and fell on Third between Market and Jeffer son streets breaking his neck and dy- Ing Instantly Hickory Handle Combine Louisville Ky April 6The Na tional Association of Hickory Handle Manufacturers II In session here and It is said a combine will be formed The merger If consummated will represent several million dollars To Erect a Dormitory Williamsburg Ky April 6111e Williamsburg Institute has let the con tract for the building of a largo brick dormitory for boys to be completed by September 1 Tho building will cost about 20000 Clark Gets Ten Years Newport Ky April 6Ihe Jury In the case of J II Clarke charged with assaulting tenyearold Bessie Hosklns returned a verdict fixing his punish ment at ten years at hard labor In tho penitentiaryLouisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky April GThe offer Ings Burley 233 hbdu dark 245 hhds Prices on burley ranged from 3CO to fll dark 390 to Ij7 u- I AGENCY FOR CANDY JOES Richmond Ky The Jfrw Mrlnl of llmtnr In tho future those to whom oem Kress seams the tllitluvtlni of a ami nl of honor will rn alt r one of the nevf mixtnlri the diwlpi of welch In lute shows holder or the olil nuilitl on tutiilttK It In to elM war k Mrttu Dt will receive the utw Imflitp In pUit of time ohl Tim iuu t illMtnctlv feature of tlM officinal decoration is nUtitod In the new leKQ bat 1M utedal IM im proved In several way Ilnckr Mill Wntii M Women are often vuiployvd In JajMii In doing wlMt In Anirrtra would In railed ns n s work pHiwrUlly when y now no nanny of rite uiuh miliJwtN of Iite mikado are away at tin front light lag for the exUltrx of UN nution For Thin- Babies Fat is of great account to a baby that is wily babies are fat If your baby is scrawny Scotts Emulsion is what he wants The healthy baby stores as fat what it does not need immediately lor bone and muscle Fat babies are happy they do not cry they are rich their fat is laidup for time of need They are happy because they are comfortable The fat surrounds their little nerves and cushions them When they are scrawny those nerves are hurt at every ungentle touch They delight in Scotts Emul sion It is as sweet as wholesome to them Send for free sample n i e Vif lmr I t- t1c vIIm li oith r r mry tuIO dent J tuy Scot Cp Ttowns Chesnlsfa- oooats r4Street Jno York SOe and 5 00 AI lnujfltta Carriage Satisfaction Here Buggies Stylish holyfinishimrrifljjfc invariably give thRnNOWWe repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE ORSr C f HIGGINS Prep ttlehnwnd Ky Ladies Only It Is Women Who Need Most Relief From Little Irri Itating Pains j women Dr UUrn Aattrkla rle are for Woman dritrat IMIMMM orhaleer tlfigtM to tM Irani Jarring lnumMi Mil attn ache or Kiln Ie the remit The rvmwtb IJI at hand Br Mite AnilPain Mlta They oft mast mnrvrltuumif on WW an norvou otjjiuilmn end railers amt euro Ile twins to wMrh ehn le a MMty- TlliiuLrlif nvuiuluUic plLlna UMilMy paint and all kinds at pains diMllpaar- an If a poll hin l hAd lightly moothed- thu B away luninw Uu fc ft Stood to the hrail Tuuttili Lv llaotach are curd ty ttwon UUtu Comtaritn IallCured wlOiunt innfr of dl ndttnakl5 + rtr t1 uuirhlv 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RICHMOND KY Dragging Pains Ketiev tuffsral Mtlan womb paini the the IufI the brain What I knew triad failed but tried Wine Rardui found soon knew tho right veins using eleven tattles woman health she Wino down pains when other failed bring relief Any health tak Wine Cardoi bar bottle tient she health advice requiring AntlsuryDmepartment WINE4CARDU4 f Phaetons RunaboutsSurries DurableGraceful Comfortable sue and rant Ky four 1PRICE pail Beres 140000 ShoesClothing AT A Slie ic Announcement 1106 Publicj rnonfi who wil DOUGLAS blood Bush home PRODUCE CHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at top notch jiricea by J S QOTT Depot Street Berea Ky Miss SUE SMITH Is now ready to do FIN- EDRESSMAKING AND SEWING I Located on CENTER STREET I louse next to Bert Coddingtona