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JI I IJ IIrl I HHHHI- I REA PUBLISHING f L C HINMAN Manager r 1 at tin Poitojlet at Berea Ay i ekui eea nalte- rtI1IIE iIIl1IliIItI I j S 0YOL 1AFamily Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 18 1905 Ono dollar a year NO 43 IPOINTED PARAGRAPHS From the Chicago News No woman is a tiling of beauty to bur mall I A dollar on hand is bettor titan two on n margin I Worth makes the nut and want of it makes him worthiest If dogs nUll children dioliko a mnn its up to othurs to avoid him Any man ought to bo natnfie with IBM lot if it IB worth 5000 a front foot TAKE NOTICE ROMETIIINO NEW IN HERBA An cxhilitiou of two hundred picturuHisnow Chapel this week daily from 3 to 5 PM Admission lcents Chill dren under fifteen 10 cents FROM THE WIDE WORLD President Diaz issued a decree regulating thu design for now coitus of thin Republic of Mexico The balloon of Jacques Fauru is fuiid to have successfully crossed the English channel yearisjjFouror iiijiirinl by thu collapse of n resur Ole under construction at Madrid SpainAs n result of tho earthquake in India four Illultlwdallli seventy 111011 of Gurkha regiments woro hurlutlulho A largo force of Russians with mounted artillery and machine guts attacked tho Jups near Chinchentun unit was repulsed with heavy loss Steamers of the line to lx inaugurated between Canada nod Mexican Gulf port wllllrolmbl legit their regular trips next mouth carryingblackdisaster in Madrid and tho police in breaking up the demonstration and Hoizing tho Ilugx mot with resistance numerous erfions on both sides being injured Seven hundred workmen are engaged in clearing the debris IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho battleship MTunoBoln ms Inunched at Newport News Tho condition of United Stolen Senator Platt of Connecticut is said to show no change Gen Frederick Furmtou has as sunned command of the Army Do partment of California A gift of 200000 from John D Rockefeller has neon solicited and accepted with gratitudo by tho American Baptist Missionary Union Edward W Mitchell at ono time u millionairo operator on tim Chicago Board of Trade died a pauper in time Cook County Hospital The 1005 Cecil Rhodes scholarship in Tennessee has boon awarded to Bornadolto Every Schmitt of tho University of Tennessee Ambassador Choato was elected l Master of tho Bench of tho Middle Temple by tho bar of London n rare distinction for an American It is now known that Mrs Jane Lathrop Stanford left nn estate valued at 7000000 and that 3 875000 will go W Stanford Uuiver shay The Association of American Modi nil Colleges in session in Chicago agreed to insist on a four years high school course as u requirement for matriculation COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Fire at Russell Ky did damage to tho extent of 35000 Tho will of tho late Frank B Harper was opened and rendat VersaillesSenator J C S Blackburnyester day opened his campaign for rodeo bout to the United States Senate speaking to a largo crowd at VH llamstown Tho Rev Dr Wallace Radcliffo pastor of the Now Yorkavenue Pres byterian church of Washington City probably will bo called to tho pulpit of tho Fourth aveno Presbyterian church Louisville Saturday night and Sunday night several attempts woro made to burn Rucker Hall tho female dormitory of Georgetown College but the fires woro extinguished each time The faculty of tho college is sparing no endeavor tp locate tho guilty party A storm visited sections of n num her of counties in Kentucky and did much damage Tobacco barns tube graph and telephone lines trees and fences woro blown down and in some James houses woro unroofed Lightning struck a livery stable in Corinth It burned to tho ground cremating nino horses IIIITHE CITIZEN DEFIES UNCLE SAM President Castro Will Not With draw lierinudcz Asphalt Case From Venezuelan Courts WILL NOT RESUBMIT OLCOTT CASE Not If tho Whole United States Army mid Navy Conio to Venezuela Says Oeii harm This It the Reply Made To the Proposal of the American State De partment For the Arbitra tlon of the Catet Caracas Venezuela April 2Corr- elpondoucePrslllcnt Castro will not withdraw the Now York and nor mudos Asphalt Co caso from the Von ezuolan court and will not resubmit the Olcott ease to arbitration If the whoo American army and navy came to Venezuela This emphatic statement of Gen Alejandro y Harm the Vonwuolan sec retary of foreign affairs reflects the spirit of the reply which President Castro made to tho recent proposal of American state department for the of tho Bermudot and 01 oases It was generally rumored through IIEHDEIIT W I3rWEN Venezuela that the demand of the United States was little toss than an ultimatum WaSrr Castro nd the t ply of the Venezuelan president wean awaited with Interest Predictions of Intervention following the refusal of Castro to yield woro freely made and there was much uneasiness when It was announced that tho Venocuolai government had not only refused tho demand to arbitrate tho case but had supplemented Its refusal with a request that the Unltod States declare whether It has any respect for the sovereignty and the courts of Vane zuela President Castroa Views Nearly two weeks have passed since Castro made his reply and OB no aC- tion has been taken by the Unltod States and no further demands have boon made tho last demand of the United States has gone the WilY of many previous requests for arbitration and tho Incident Is practically closed as far as lie discussion In Caracas Is concernedIt dented in the re ply of President Castro that there are any claims pending between tho Unit ed States and Venezuela Ho again reiterated that tho New York and nor nudes asphalt once now 4n tho Vene zuelan courts Is a national and not an International case President Castro and tho members of his cabinet tako tho ground that whllo the government stands for tho general principles of arbitration It will not havo a caso wrested from Its courts to be carried before a board of arbitrationAnswer Is Undiplomatic Washington April 12 Throughout the diplomatic correspondence deep Interest exists regarding tho sensa tional answer which President Castro- Is said to have made to Minister Her bert W DowonB latest request for ar bitration of tho ponding questions be tweon tho United Status anti Veno zuela Although Venezuelan legation oinclals say the text of the dispatch was not Included In tho mall reaching the legation and which left Caracas after the answer was delivered to Mr IJowcn It has become noised among diplomats that tho answer was undip lomatic and almost threatening In wording Tho knowledge possessed by certain dlpomats on tho subject here Indicates clearly what tho char acter If not tho exact text of the an swer has been known for some time to tbo diplomatic corps In Caracas and there Is reason to believe that several foreign governments already havo been advised of Its text Venezuelan Troops Drilling Wlllemstad April 2 Correspond ence Advices from Caracas Indicate that the Venezuelan capital Is In an excited state since tho final demand of the United States upon President Castro for arbitration on pending claims Thero Is much uneasiness among foreigners who anticipate that the United States will before long take more forcible means of reaching a settlement of tho controversy S THE RUSSIAN FLEETI The Mystery of Vice Adm Rojest vcnskys Whereabouts is Still Unsolved SITUATION IS OF THE KEENEST Gen Kawaninras Army Supported by Gen Nogls to Attempt to Cut llUBalan Communication Six Additional Divisions of Troops Are Forming jn Japan To Operate Against Vladivostok and Sakalln London April 12Tho mystery of Vice Adm Rojetvenakys whereabouts Is still unsolved and speculation on the possibilities of the situation Is of the keenest The favorite hypothesis of the newspapers Is that his six battleships slipped past Singapore some night with tights out The Dally Tele graphs Singapore correspondent ca bllng under date of April 11 says Al reports to the contrary notwithstanding only ono battleship the Sis sol Vollky passed here Saturday No ships of the Tsarovltch typo were with the squadron Penetrated Japanese Lines Gun hu Pass Manchuria April 12 A portion of the Fifth title regiment which was out off at Mukden has Just arrived at Karin having succeeded In penetrating the Japanese lines Chlnoso state with groat positive ness that Gen Kawamuras army sup ported by Con Nogls army Is moving In a northeasterly direction aiming to cut Russian communications with VladivostokAccording to the same sources 30 000 Japanese landed at Dalny March 28 and It Is reported that six addl tlonal divisions are forming In Japan to operate against Vladivostok and Sakhalin The Manchurian Chinese have adopted an attitude of positive hostll Ity to tho Russians Manchurian Militia Side With Japs A body of 800 native horsemen fired on Russian troops at the village of Chendt and Manchurian militia Is said to be taking the field on the side of the Japanese on tho Hun rIver The leader Fullngo has been appointed commander tho mllltlor at Kalynan but a force of Chinese regulars Is stationed along tho border of Mongolia with tho object of preserving neutral cThoof SytzyatJI Changtufu and Katpan gomu and the impression prevails hero that the direct advance from tho south has halted for tho present at that line Thero woro a number of skirmishes last week between Russian and Japan oso scouting parties but no action of serious consequence COL JOHN R VAN HOFF He Has Been Ordered To Join the Rus scan Army In Manchuria Leavonworth Kan April 12ordors were received at Fort Leaven worth directing Col John It Van Rolf medical corps stationed here but at present In New York city to proceed to Join tho Russian army In Manchuria ad a representative of the United States government Recently Col Paris representing the medical corps was captured near Mukden and he Is unable to join the Russians again CRUISER BOSTON It Will Represent the Navy at the Lewis and Clark Exposition Vflllejo Cab April 12Tho United States cruiser Boston went from the navy yard to San Francisco and will sail for Honolulu After remaining a month at that port tho Boston will proceed to Portland Ore whore sho will represent the navy during the Lewis and Clark exposition The Dutch Are On Guard Tho Hague April aThe Dutch Hast Indian squadron Is said to have been ordered to proceed to the Anam bus Islands where tho Russian squadron which passed Singapore April 8 la anchored with tho view to assuring tho observance of neutrality Japanese Army To Be Reinforced Toklo April 12Japan Is preparing to send strong reinforcements to Man churla to strengthen Marshal Oyamaj forces It Is said that by autumn Ja pan will have 1000000 men In Man churla Including fully 700000 men on tho fighting line- Czars Valet Arrested London Allrll12hA St Petersburg cable to the Chronicle says that ono of the czars valets has been dlscov ered to have been a party to u plot to assassinate tho emperor ot Russia Tho valet was arrested Japanese Spies Hanged London April 12 Telegrams from Vladivostok tell of tho execution of five Japaneso omcers as spies The officers disguised as laborers wero captured In the act of photographing- tho defenses THE WOLF CATCHER On GratdCatch an Animal FAVORITE DOG CANNON BALL Abernathy Leaped From His Horse amid With Heavily Gloved Hands Seized tho Wolfs Jaw LiftedHe It In Hit Arms and Smll triply Carried It To the Presl dent Who Was About Forty Feet Away Ldwton Okla April 12one of President noosevolts expressed de slres has been gratified He has seen John Abernathy said to be the cham plod wolf catcher of the world In his unique way kill a coyote and bear It victoriously to the nations chief ex ecutive Abernathys favorite dog Caiinon Ball led the first big race of the four days event Monday morn- Ing had captured the first wolf In the cliaifc Abernathy leaped from his horse and with heavily gloved hands seized the prostrate animals jaws lifted it In his arms and smilingly deny ered It to the president who 40 feet away had dismounted and walked to Abctnathys side That tho president is enjoying ev cry hour of his recreation Is evident by the fact that he has expressed u desire to remain In the pasture until Saturday evening thus extending his allotted time two days Should ho thus resolve his special train would be retained In Fort Worth until Sat- urdAy CoyoteliioIt Is In the afternoon that cowboys coming out of the reservation bring r tts of maneuvers of the presidents party All results are there fore delayed for a day A lessee of a portion of the pasture arrived In Law ton and reports that tho president himself captured a coyote The les see was within a few yards of the president when the capture was made Tho president ate his first dinner In the reservation at the cow camp ot Waggenor Burnett Sunday The party sat In a semicircle on stools around the end of the chuck wagon encircling the big pot and feasted on beef and beans The president ate heartily and during the meal related some of his experiences In the cow of the west In former years Encounters a Monster Rattlesnake Whllo tho president was exercising early Sunday morning he encountered a monster rattesnake coiled up In tho tall grass its rattles oscillating and Its poisonous fangs protruding from Its mouth He dismounted reversed his riding quirt and slapped the reptile on the head with the heavy butt end It keeled over and died and the president severed the rattles and took them back to camp as a memento of the hunt A report from Frederick says that arrangements havo been completed for the banquet to be given at that place In which the presidential party Coy Ferguson and lien Dennle Flynn will participate- A Fort Sill officer said that arrange month were being made for tho reception of tho president at that post but ho was not certain tho president would come THE ISTHMIAN CANAL Practically 5000 Are Engaged on Con struction Work Washington April 12John F Wal lace chief engineer of the Isthmian canal and a new member thereof 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cheerless chant of the fellaheen A medley of shrilly barbarous bars Jangling and jostling up to the stars il still can catch divinely blent The clove and citron and jasmine scent From the dlitart gardens and orchards blown Out to the marge of the desert zone And stlli can feel about mo cast The clutching spell of the veiled and vast And neverfathomed wide sand sea Its ancient magic and mystery Here might the flower of wonder ope The mystical lotusbloom of Hope Showing a calyx where opalwise Glisten the dews of Paradise Here might the dreams that the Prophet knew Marvel and miracle come true The geniiguarded gates of Doom Rise from their Infinite depths of gloom heaven descend and Its portals swing Back with ethereal cadencing And a voice of more than mortal breath Whisper the secret of life and death Clinton Seollard In the Century The Iron BrigadeA OF THE POTOMAC By GEN CHARLES KIN- GaetbertIrsaealtKb Cdu- daeptr Tort Tray IU Copyright 1X3 67 O VT pllllniham Co CHAPTER XX COXTIXUED Dr Chilton to whom he had written on almost any provocation and who had gratefully and promptly an swered his Sharpsburg missive giving young Polhams message now wrote not at all He seems sad and brood Ing said Jack In thtf one letter that young gentleman had managed to send through since his incarceration Jack was well enough to resume duty and most eager for exchange but ne gotiations hung fire unaccountably so said he and Benton thought Ito knew the reason why Lounsfcerry had been back again in Richmond over six weeks now exchanged and restored to his old and influential pst Wine war department Lounsberry could lot counted on to lose no chance to In jure the Chlitons father or son and so long as It was possible he would Mock all plan to exchange Jack ton thereby color to the storfea spread about in Virginia that poot Jack rather tried to be caught and to ttay caught such hard fighting as hit fellow Virginians had to do being little tu his tAste It would have burned Ms heart out with fury had he known It but few of us begin to realize the half of what Is whispered to our detri ment olse there would be deportation of sensitive souls or deserved destruo lion In the army of detractors Jack- was nearly mad with misery when told of Stuarts Impudent dash at Cham bers burg and the second circling of the Army of the Potomac He was then just beginning to stump around quite comfortably Elinor and the squire had returned to the west the former ylth redrimmed eyes and pallid cheeks No one knew how she had sorrowed over the sad news about Iadue ItW4S that though that seemed to broil the Ice of Rosalies reserve for now for the first time the Virginia girl read the secret of her Wisconsin wouldbe friend and melted lo her instantly It was that though they rarely spoke his name that led to the letters now passing frequently between them It was through that correspondence the sisterhood began that despite trial and trouble proved eventually so sure an alliance In time of need Bu4 though Elinor wrote in many a page of her brother and In only a few referred to Pauland then only ash or him Rosalie would write only of the latter Ordinarily this would have led to resentment and a breach Now It did not for what Rosa lie had to say was stirring new hope into the somber current of the western girls monotonous life Rosalie had amazed and rejoiced her about the end of October by the assurance that she believed COlt Lamar to be totally mis- tAken It was true she admitted that Paul Ladue had not been seen with Swells division but neither had Ew ell as yettor the latter had not be come accustomed to a cork legyet she had tidings from friends who she would not saythat Paul Ladue was still alive when borne from the awful front of Gibbons guns then belching canister la double rounds More dead than alive he looked said her Inform ant but while she had no tidings of his present whereabouts neither was there any record of his death All this was presently sent to Fred on the Rappahannock and made him the more eager to communicate with some one across that modern Rubl con some one who could speak advisedly But though there were places near the fords up stream where the cavalry vedettes sat long hours In sad dle facing and often within hailing distance of each other the orders against communication of any kind had become exacting for It was evi dent that Burnsldo was marshaling his grand divisions for a move In the early summer time when he hated to leave the front and longed to push on to Richmond or Charlottesville Benton had been summoned to Washington Now when he longed to go to Washington there was prospect of a midwinter dash across the Rap pahannock News of the Chlltons was sorely disquieting Rosalie would not write Jack In prison camp could not except to kindred and the doctor evidently shrank from writing It was a winter of courtsmartial at the capital and several such tribunals were In session trying officers of vari ous grades Many new regiments had come and were held about the city until suitably drilled and disciplined As a consequence the avenues again were alive with uniforms the hotels crowded and many thrifty households were coining money taking boarders Mention has been made of Dr Chil tons sister with whom they were again dwelling after their return from the summer teashore Being only moderately welltodo and besieged with applications she had yielded to pressure and let two of her rooms to officers sojourning In the city Then one of these ordered west begged leave to present a successor a major of a new regiment who being a smart lawyer had been assigned to duty as a judge advocate of a court for the trial of officers of rank In the volunteers When the squire wrote that McKinnon had been appointed major of a newly raised regiment and ordered with It to Annapolis Fred Denton felt so great was his antipathy a vague sensation of annoyance and chagrin Three weeks later when Col Goff of the teenth came down to pay the Iron Brigade a twodays visit the young staff officer was con founded to hear that Maj McKinnon had just found domicile under the same roof that shielded Dr Chllton and the lady of his love It meant mischief and Denton knew It One bleak December morning Ben ton had ridden with his general down the river bank on the Stafford side and sat watching the work of the engineers The pontoon wagons were being run to the front and many an officer and man looked at the heavy ungainly boats and the long loads of balk and chess then studied the dis tant line of heights across the stream IMMKDIATB saying little but thinking much Who ever sought t6 storm that crest had a precious job on hand was an expurga tion of the way In which the average veteran expressed his Individual views And while seated in saddle shivering In the wind blowing from the distant Chesapeake and wishing the chief would quit his comments on the orders of the corps commander and trot home to dinner Benton caught sight of a little column of cavalry riding dejectedly In from the far left flank Horses jaded men disgusted and three or four prisoners lu their wako looked worst of all Where dye sposo those damfools have come from asked the general cheerfully Captain he cried hailing the officer In comtnand what you got there The officer touched his cap turned out of column so as not Jo halt the methodical march rode up toward the general and said Prisoners sir taken by one of our scouting patties a few miles down and sent in by us for most of these horses with me have to bo shodBy this time the greater part of the troop In their light blue over coats had plodded by and the squad of prisoners came footing it wearily after Foremost of these a tall thin faced ungainly specimen dressed in one of those selfsame cavalry over coats glanced curiously at the general from under his broadbrimmed slouch hat threw a look over the bluenosed wateryeyed pair of orderlies at his back and then on Benton and a broth er aide sitting a few yards aside then Instantly a flash of recognlUon phot over his face and he calledaloUd There captain Theres a gentle man who will Touch for what I say Ask Capt Benton It was our friend Jennings he of the stone house and the Warrenton pike and Jennings would not be denied He plunged Into a voluble story to the listening chief despite the efforts of an Irish trooper to prod him forward Dyou know him asked the gen eral shortly as he turned to Benton He says you do I saw him once or twice sir was the guarded answer I do not know him further than that he held Gen McDowell pass and went In andout of our lines at will last summer And Im Just AS loyal as I was then protested Jennings only they caught me down hero trying to help some folks of mine that were sick and nigh starvingit But the general shut him off impa tiently He was giving ear to the words of the captain who had ridden closer Col Hammond ordered his ar rest sir because of papers In hfc pos session showing ho was mixed up in the aiding of Confederatesofficers- across the Potomac They got one of em too weak to ride lIes in that am bulance yonder and the dragoon pointed to the yellowpainted vehicle coming bouncing among the ruts and ridges of the frozen roadway 4Calnt moan Issued from beneath the canvas cover as the driver reined up ant Ben ton moved by compassion urged his horse past the silent passive column and peered In through the opening at the back The next Instant he Was out of saddle and the rear spring bent un der his weight as he leaped upon the steps Then they heard his voice In tones of mingled grief joy and amaze Paul Paul Dear old boy dont you know meICHAPTER XI BRANDING THE WON IN IHS4 DEN Over the useless slaughter of the field of Fredericksburg It were best tQ draw the veil Far down at the left flank the old brigade groped Its way through dripping fog and lay In line of battle having little to do but wait orders and catching only occasional shots from the southern guns along the heights Old hands under fire the veterans officers and menlay close and kept still Their rifles could effect nothing against an enemy uphill and behind entrenchments New hands not yet used to battle were not so qulqt and the gallant colonel of the great battal ion of Wolverines big almost as the rest of the brigade thought it neces sary to ride up and down his line ex horting his men to steadiness In loud and powerful voice It lets em know Im here said he to the ex postulant commander of the next door regiment I see said the latter as a volley flashed down from Earlys fellows along the croat and It also lets the enemy Your men will be steadier without the telling which reasoning the colonel pondered over and accepted He and his thoroughbreds were spoil lag for a chance to show their neigh bors from the adjoining states that they were quite as valiant as the vaunted old brigade Give us half a chance said he and then you look out for the Wolverines But neither Fredericksburg nor Chancellors lIIe nor Virginia nor even Maryland afforded the longedfor op portunity Not until the midsummer morning of the first day at Gettysburg did their time come but when It came It proved a teat the like of wMeh had never been met before even in that hardjflgbtlng hankhammeMd command Meanwhile what hud not befallen other actors in our storynotably Damon and Pythias of the ante days Benton and Paul Ladue lIumI Seems to have bout as many among the robs as ho has on our side of the line had the division com mander remarked of Benton though In a moment of exaggerated biliousness the day after the retreat from the southern shore Freds new general had come In for a rasping from the corps commander because the lead ing brigade took the wrong road in the rain and darkness and so delayed matters over an hour It happened that Benton had guided the division to Its first position on the field that he had been sent to find Gen Frank lin that when he returned with a message from the latter officer the division was in motion and the com mander bad ridden off to speak with Gibbon or somebody else and Denton followed of course in search bf his chief instead of staying with the head of column Finding himself rebuked the general reprimanded Denton in the presence and hearing of officers and men Bentona heart and temper being both sore and tried he had replied with much spirit If not subordination to the effect that the message he was charged to deliver admitted of no delay that if the general had been where he belonged there Would have been no delay and that sooner than submit to such Injustice be would ask to be relieved from staff duty forthwith and wrote that very night to his old friend and general then a member of an Im portant military tribunal at Washing ton begging his advice and Interven ttion and telling him of course the story of poor Ladue But being coupled with another that story was now almost an old one at the capital for thither had the poor lad been sent and Jennings with him Paul looking Indeed more dead than alive for a strange eventful history had been his ever since the dreadful morning north of Sharpsburg thaC stretched him senseless in front of Gib bons furious guns Killed said La mar and other officers who saw him borne away In a blanket Mortally wounded said the hospital attendants who first ministered to him back of the Dunker church where reigned confusion Inexpressible owing to the appalling number of those needing surgical aid How he got there or be yond Paul never knew until long thereafter Tenderhearted Virginians had concealed him until he was well enough to move about Odd as It may I seem the most practicable way for southern soldier to go from the Poto mac to his own people was by Way of the north Through the kind Virgin- Ians civilian clothing was bought for their Interesting captive and by mid November Paul was safely under the roof of a welltodo and most active southern sympathizer la Baltimore These were details which Ladle could not reveal at the time He had revived sufficiently to recognize Denton and to speak feebly a few moments but that very night In the fog and darkness was begun the building ot the bridges the crossing of the left grand division and Fred could only leave his poor friend with the sur goons and hasten back to his duty Four days later when ho would havi ridden to the hospital camp In search of him it was too late Urgent orders had come from Stanton himself the great and growing war secretary to send the prisoner patient thither as soon as ho could be moved Jennings had already gone under strong guard and all Denton could learn at the mo ment was that there had been a break from prison camp that aided by real dents of Baltimore and of Charles county somo confederate officers had escaped to tho Potomac and while some of the party had succeeded In crossing one boat had been fired on and swamped Two of the officers had been captured one being poor Paul who bad been nearly drowned and was found In a fishermans hut not far from Mathias Point Two of the party Were still at large Arresta of suspected civilians bad been made both In Washington and Baltimore and certain secret service offlclUr hat been summarily discharged by truer of the secretary aa being unworthy to hold positions of such trust and responsibilityStanton a terror said Frsde Informant a staff officer Just tram Washington God help the man that has to bump up against Slanlon just nowIt was now some 36 hours after Freds serious difference with his dl vision commander He bad sent an urgent appeal to his old general to beset tree from further contact with these things ho almost loathed He looked for answer within the week and tak tug advantage of the permission cold ly accorded him by the chief of staff to be absent over night he had gone heavyhearted to his old friends of the Iron Brigade and sought at their hands the sympathy and consolation to be expected of men who had themselves felt that the official atmosphere WIU frigid where once it had been so fair And It was here on Thursday morning while breakfasting with the genial commander of the Black Hats and 1U tenlng to his philosophic advice ti take things coolly and that all would come right ho was surprised by the coming of a cavalry orderly splashed with mud who bore a missive addressed by the adjutantgeneral of the division and marked Immediate With a word of apology to Col Fair child and his officers Benton tore It open and two papers foil out One road Copt Benton Unclosed just re colved The general says you better come this way where the necessary orders will meet you and you can get what luggage you need There will be steamers going all the craning Signed BIt rWSTHR A A 0 The second was a telegram to the commanding general tb division th corps and bore the singular resemblance to one received on almost the same ground some seven month previousSecretary of War desires to ne Capt Benton of your staff at once Take first boat Intermediate corn wanders notified No delay L THOMAS AdjutantGeneral To De Continued ONE THING LEFT FOR HIM And the Deal Thing for Those Wh lied to Listen to Ilia IlMlllnr I dont know what the worlds com fits tolOf growled the testy old gentleman In the corner of the compartment relates London TltBIta Talk abou- individual rights where are they Tho other pau ngers were apparently content to listen so the man with the disordered liver continued If I walk on the footpath I get jammed between a couple of perambu latent if I stand a moment Im or dered to move on by the police if I attempt to cross the street some fool of a cyclist is bound to Imperil his worthless neck and my limbs by arranging a collision If I travel by tram or bus I cant choose my company It I took to swimming to and tram the office some Idiot in a boat would brain mo with an oar It I fly But whats the good of talking I wonder If theres one single solitary thing I could do without fear of molestation Yes replied a burly navvy in the coruer You might die guvnor Knevr IV lieHolds An Indian chief was crossing a wide and rapid stream in a canoe with his mother who was very old and hle wife The canoe upset and the chief swam out with his mother through the old squaw begged him to save his wife and leave her to drown as she had not many moons to live anyway When ho reached the shore some of the tribe who had witnessed the event questioned tho soundness of lila Judg ment for the same reason given by the old squaw but the chief put an end to the discussion with this remark Ugh get heap more squaw Never get another O1otherlJ D Anderson in Notes apd Queries Too Comfortable Mrs WoodI sympathize with you deeply It must be very painful tel lose n fortune Mrs JIIuclcU terrible When w were rich we used nothing but the most exquisite antique furniture but Its all gone every piece The now furniture which you have hero looks very comfortable Thats the trouble It 13 so comfortable that I am continually reminded of tho awful fact that It H Yet antique TltBlUu ROOSEVELT AS A BOY Reminiscence of a German Teacher Who Remembers Him When He Lived in Dresden When Theodore Roosevelt was a boy his father was sent to the Vienna exposition as American commissioner He took tho whole family to Europa and for a limo during the stay of the Iloosovella on the continent they lived In DresdenA woman who acted as teacher of the children at this time tells of his love for outdoor sports and feats of personal courage So great wax this trait even In his boyhood that he learned to read the Nlbelungen Lied In German within a few weeks and could recite and explain the passages much bettor than Gorman boys of his own age A favorite game of his at this time was to play at battles with the soldiers ills brother a cousin and he used to move all the furniture of a room Into one corner draw great plans of battle fields on the floors and then fight some famous battle according to the way In which It was planned and fought by the generals who commanded the armies of which they had read Theodore always was the leader and the commanding spirit HSJFS she lie was always far ahead of the rest In making new plane to overcome unexpected problems and he always man aged to exact obedience from the others And everything that he did was done with a definite purpose even In these games A MAGIC PENCIL Row a Round Pill flex and Pencil May De Made to Do Queer Stunts Take a round box with flat Mrfaeea such a box as druggists put pill In Through the center of both lid sad box pierce a hole through which A wellsharpened pencil Is allowed to pass Put a bit of seallBg wax around ODD PUNCH TRACIMQB the pencil to hold It firmly IB plane Twirl the pencil aa one would spin a top and a number of strange dertgM will be found traced upon the paper placed beneath Paste this paper on a plea of eard board and If this II heM OmIt with one hud and tilted from to site with the other fawny extraordinary design will be made Uncle Sams Schools More than 16000000 pupils or 8901 per cent of the entire population were thetJune 30 1004 The total school enrollment for the rear Including public and private elementary secondary arid plpleIi or phans etc 648440 making a grand tal of 18137018 toI CROW THAT CAN TALK Hello Hold on n MlnntelHe Shouts and Then Adds with a Chuckle 0 Go Long This Introduces Mr Jim Crow Rich ards of Shuy Mo who sends his photo and makes bit best bow says the Boa ton Globe Jim was taken from his nest In June 1903 kept tied for three months then allowed to roam at will was fed oa bread and meat bellied often and be came very clean In habits Mrs lllchards began to take pains to teach him The first word he said was Hello next How de do then Hows your folks Soon ho began to connect the three A favorite pastime of the crow Is to go out In the rain dig an angleworm cock his head and gravely say How Mil JIM CROW TUB UXQUfBT de do lows your folknr Then he gravely swallows the worm Lost summer many workmen were employed around the buildings He soon began to greet them each morn lag with Hellol How de doT A now cm on the place was so greeted and returned the salutation la the great amusement of the other met Person pawing would hear tome one say Hello UoM on a minute They would stop Then Jim would laugh and chuckle and cry 0 go long He has for chums a massive English mastiff a smaller dog eats and hens If the dugs grow familiar and try to Rot his meat he will Imitate his maw tees voice and My Oat cull If the cats pet In file way he grasps j them by the tail Riving a severe plMk White very friendly with the hens If they annoy him he pulls their teach HI out He often stops his maetera horse by saying tboa bade HP WMe tkhtty or wishing te bathe ice will eall Water WalrM When lie wants worm lie will start tor the garden and say Gone OR- eo A young nee WM Mnptoyetf IN kaylaR nailedGkarlyALyap0qliMe Jim came ratter th window ISM said HHel to Ckantey come OR cornel Charley dW not believe It was Jim so be weal to the door Jim gravely started fee the ntH and again ald Hello Charter eome on toes Tice pre out winter he root over the pig pea When the pip are fed ice j leePig pic HRt- Th to crow te Ute property of WUIU Richard of 9huy about OM and one halt miles from Ltvr ore Palls Tilt te no fancy sketch the Olohe i correspondent has ward the bird talk 4 For Beys Oae of ottrgreet Arlma leaders says a boy iboald leatgiiTo let cigarettes Td be kind to all animals To be manly and courageous To ride row shout and swim To build a fence wfentlfloally j To flit the wood box every night To be ger tie to his sisters To shut a door without clamming To MW OB a button t T6 do errands promptly and ohcci fully To have a dog and make a Cflrnpariloft of him To get ready to go away without tbn united efforts of mother grandmother sisters chambermaid and cook Can You Guess the CrissCross J I It you hold this picture on a level with your eyes you will be able to read the message hidden In the crlsacrosa St Louis GlobeDemocrat i l I FurnitureNow tho timo la an end J less variety to suit either rich I or poo- rStoves Organs 4Stovoa tp burn and Organs from u- pSewing Machines i a Drop head high arm Singers 2000 Other makes down to nothing Welch for tho spring opening of 1905 Iron Beds nut call ou- R H Chrisman Opposite Welchs Phono 20 LOUISVILLE b ATLANTIC RY CO Time tible In effect April IB 90S RA8T BOUND S1 No I So 8 inqp1Ie View Lit 1 40 ItIJll ltllklr 11 W s10 11111101111 lr WAb pm OSU M Ufflltl I TJO neall7rlle tieIelalainestl7v1Ne Jet till tutu BOlSpSa HlxOTtlioYairtlto I hw sa 281 jnwtui9iidirHw II m list nra ttMheirted 1060 d- tIfettir1RJt bee Np2au4 10 61 awl I mtf eliww ruannitlont t KWiOlattn leapd Hew iinruw anal Rind mil ttiU at VtfMMn M HH friHa ItsltrrllJufBIpaterJukwan Ilea 11 4wlaeeelorIt U Agtwsnallk FOR SALE One good housa and lot In tho oast s end of Berea located on Pro ptcl StreoU Tho house has fivo plastered rooms and two sealed rooms A large garden spot and extra good Can IH bought right Also a small house and lot in Wal lacetonr Ky with a good garden five miles west of Boron Ky Two ahurcliMi and a Bohoolhoiise in sight For further parliculars call on E B WALLACE Kyt McGuireI 1topreparedtoexamined by tho very best null latest optical instruments His work gives satisfaction for prices on all his work nro right Lenses refitted within n few days after taking tho order If you have any defect of vision it will pay you to look over his stock nUll receive correct treatment OPTICIAN Berea Ky For Sale Aleut ton or twelve build ing Iota on tho Louisville anil Nnhhvllle railroad ono half mile from Boron near Berea brick anti tiling taco tory iu a fiuft anti Kxxl nothborhool Can bo- i ought right eI For further particulars call on L B MOORE Borea Ky Ce F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R RobinsonI 1 All calls promptly attouded tonight nil day Telephone No4 Borea Ky I tiilI1ttttII II 2III iiii The Home I IJENNIE LESTER HILL Editor tIH1 I I I III I +HI 1 III The Flowers In Slumberland If you walk in the Gold at night Bays tho Star Monthly many of the plants that are well known to you in tho duytinio will lw almost unrecogui zablo to you in their sloop For plants as well M animals intuit have sleep in ender to live Tho wood sorrel which in the daylimo looks soattmly at night drooping oughly tired The common white and red clover folds its two nido leaflets toguathor with the third slightly bowed over Tho attitude is very suggestive of prayerThe Jewelweed gathers its none from its nightdress As night inns its leaves droop as if wilted and glis toning gmns of dew gather on its notchedborder No creation of tho fairies or dreamland is more beauti fill An you wander on if it is moon you w51 wo in this land of the fairies gossamer festoons stretching over the fold glistening with the dewy jewels Tho spiders are tho wonder workors nUll as decorators thoy are a distinct success livery common flower has a different way of sleeping some of thong being very Mxjuliur if you will take tho trouble to notice them with their nightcaps on ECONOMY What is economy t That is a question hard to answer as what economy would lxi in ono torso would bo extravagance in another For the women with tho earn of tho hoiiRo the poultry and small chil dren to do much fancy work or to make pitied quilts in not economy as her time is too precious to bo used in this way If she does work of this kind shin Is not apt to have time to outer into tho childrens sports and cannot go to tho door a moment to plouso tho small lay or girlwho has mado a wonderful ploy house and wants mamma to conic and see complainiffrom her When thoro are children either bays or girls to bo taught to ROW or whoa an elderly woman forms part of the household the piecing of quilts is nil right Perhaps too tho houso mother might make ono in her leisure moments if sho would deter mine not to hurry with it and not to neglect other moro pressing duties but not otherwise Sometimes it is not economy for tho farm wife to attempt to all tho sowing When in order to do so she must neglect tho xnltry mutt the garden it is n mistake The childrens clothing nod ones every day dresses are not much trouble to I nuke if ono has timo good patterns and a good sowing maneit ino but I do find that it pays to make ones lest dresses with n good critic as to fit tend stylo at hand that we may see ourselves as others see us A little more time expended on the garden and the poultry would give ono sufficient pin money so that ono might hire tho harder more wearisome part of time sowing done anti tho general health of tho far tours wife would bo Ixjtlor if sho spout more timo out of doors Let the little frocks be plainer Let the dust alone for n while Ito member that a loving happy homo is more important than tau dustless room or tho extra tucks and nifties on babys dressMrs C II STOU MEn WorthvUlo Penn GREEN SEAL PAINT Is mantle right Thats tho reason why so many of our best painters theyknowCompany Coll for Old Timo Burr Mealat your grocers or at Sharps mill ANNAS LUSTROFINISII Beautiful and durable Used on floors and other woodwork Undo to w nikon The only way to properly finish floor See tho finished samples at Porter Drug Company Chairman Theodore P Shonts Washington April 12 Theodore P Shonts tho now chairman of the Isth mian canal commission arrived hero from Chicago Ho was accompanied by his wife Mr Shouts will have a conference with Secretary Tuft re garding the future work off the com mission AGENCY FOR CANDY JOES Richmond Ky i iJt r HMHHHH II I H+H++ The School JOHN WIRT DinSHORB Editor IHHIIHIIIHIIIIII Problems of the District School KEnmo up WITH TilE TIMES Every ono who enters tho profes stout should keep himself postern on tho things that are being thought and dune in the teaching world This Fs not only his duty but his privilege It is not a question of low salary and whether ho can afford it but rather can ono afford to do otherwise Wo will consider several ways of keeping abreast with tho times in tho follow jug order 1 Jiy attendint associationI mid conventions Never fail to attend an association that is within your reach and never fail to lake some part when you do attend Bo present at every session and hear everything that is said Many who attend associations are led away by side at tractions Resist nil such tempta tions Tho papers and bpccchus will not he dry and uninteresting if you are eager to learn The program should IMJ studied beforehand null some thinking done upon tho subjects for discussion Then when tho proper time comes if you have something really worth saying say it Say It boriefly concisely and as though you meant it and then stop Never talk for tho sake of inlfslttf There are plenty rtf others to do that and never speakexcept to some point which should lw clearly stated so that nil may know what you are driving at Take notes of all nut afterwards look thong over and if possible ro hearso them to some ono who could not attend 2 Educational Journals The progressive teacher takes nt least two or three educational journals lIe must hmo tho state journal to keep in touch with limo schools amid teach ore of tho state It should lw rood carefully and when ho attends the state association ho will find many thoro whom ho already knows thorough its pages Ho will want tho best gtnemlschool journal that he can secure nnd one on primary anti grammar grade teaching These Journals contain a world of limits and suggestions and should be studied daily mud with care and application node of such things as are practica ble 3 By risiliigj Schools Next to learning by doing is learning by seeing done A teacher should visit some other school as often as onco n mouth if possible We are all liable to get into nuts anti tho surest way to get out may IHJ to see some one else traveling more pleasantly anti rapidly on smooth ground A stu dent such as every teacher ought to lw can learn something from seeing another teach whether the work be first class or not 1 Summer Schools One must gut away occasionally to the sources of knowledge Wo must take in as well as give out Thorn ore several excellent summer schools within roach anti every teacher should avail mnybemiles to reach ono of the best but it will pay you Bettor go to ono good ono than to two or three poor or ordinary ones G The County Institute In Kentucky every teacher is required to attend the county institute If he does it from n sense of duty and of privilege it is certain to bo beneficial If ho goes merely because ho is re quired to ho is not likely to receive much good It depends tar more on tho spirit of time ono attending than on time instructor or county superin cadent If ono is alert and eager to learn he will bo constantly running upon now ideas that will be helpful Such a listener is n great help to tho instructor anti to tho entire institute A Norrltr In Skate The latest novelty said the cutler a skate with n toot warming attach meat The skate was sumptuously made says a writer In the HilliiJelputa Bulle tin In donning It the toot slipped In to n velvet hoe lined with fur To the sole of this shoe the skate proper was fixed Altogether the contrivance ap peared excellent The queen of Eng land said tho cutler has a pair of skates like these The empress of Itus sla has a pair Sonic of the richest New York ladles wear these skates They keep the feet quite warm and comfortable nnd there lit never any danger of frostbite Italian Tobacco System In Japan Tho infinite adaptability of Japan to western civilization recently received another striking Illustration says lima London Globe Last year n communion of Japanese ndmluUtrators was sent to Italy to study the system upon which the Italian tobacco monopoly was organized The result was BO sat factory that the commission reported that It would be suitable for adoption III the mikados dominions ThllltallnnI minister of finance line munication from the Japanese minister of finance announcing thnt the Italian system Is now at work throughout Ja pan and la working admirably t tr II w 4 i H I I I I H H H I I I I I I H I I 11 The Farmt SILAS CHEEVER MASON Editor HIH IMlMMHIIIHIHH Save the Moisture The rapidity with which a fresh briskwind will dry clothes on the lino is familiar to every housewife Almost intuitively one swings in tho air anything from which ono wishes to havo a trace of moisture removed liken piece of writing when ono has mislaid tho blotting papor From tho samo principle it follows that whore land tends to dry too rapidly under the influence of constant breezes rows of trees planted as a windbreak may prove useful It often happens on tho great preclpitation CnpomUon ditlicultyInor windbreak illustrates anew tho maxim that a pennysaved is a penny earned Tho effect of the wind in increasing the evaporation of water surfaces has long been known Recent experiments show that it is tho same with tho moisture of tho land and that soil several hundred feet away train a windbreak dries up half as fast again as that near bya difference not wholy accounted for by tho greater shade A lake in the woods will evaporate only half as fast as openThis means the only ad vantage of tho lines of trees which form so conspicuous a feature of many European landscapes Or chards noted protection against tho gales that often accompany the summer storm Gardens are more sue costal when thus surrounded Do mestic animals more dependent than greatbenofiLextremes of heat andcold The economic importance of forests in regulating the flow of streams is beyond computation They prevent wind nUll water erosion and thus al low the soil on hills anti mountains to remain here it has formed a natural sponge at tho source of tho water courses It is tho amount of water that passes into the soilan expert of tho Agricultural Department wisely says and not tho amount of rainfall that makes a region a garden or a desertYotlhs Companion How Cruelty Costs Wo are learning more nnd more that kindness pays Men have been experimenting with animals and have found that it is very expensive not to keep horses and cows warm in winter and comfortable in every way It costs in extra food nnd loss in weight One of three steers whoso feet wero allowed to become sore gained only ten pounds while two others with him gained fifty and sixty pounds When the first was put on a more comfortable floor ho gained ninety pounds in a mouth What is true of n beef steer would be Into of a working horso or n milch cow Unkindness or neglect not to say cruelty has to be paid for paysThisto animals that will appeal to many who have no sentiment in the matter Junior Christian Endeavor World Practical painters understand the merit nil value to be found in tho use of Green Seal Paint It covers longestForReal Estate In Bores Anyone wanting to sell or buy improved or unimproved property in Borea Ky call on J P Bicknell as ho is in tho business I have 40 acres right in tho corporation of Bores which I will sell to any ouo who wants to mako money on town property THE GREEN SEAL PAINT Will cover better than other paints This is because it is made from best materials For sale by Porter Drug Company i WISH i WAS A BIRD T wish I was a bird flitting from bough to bough With nothing on my mind nothing to crease me brow- I gay I ash I was a biN twittering among the trees And all I dud to do was to flirt with hon eybees ThaIs the lire I would like and who would say me nayT Id flutter hero and flutter there through out the summer day Id have the gayest line of sport In chas leg butterflies And robbing farmer cherry trees to make me cherry pies Im lick and sore on everything and want to get away To some sequestered wooded spot and be a bind for a day Id like to pour out me soul to the winds and babbling brook And bosky dell and sylvan glades Oh where Is such a nook T i IF YOU HAVENT USED IT I Buy a goal brush a can of Green Seal Paint and be glad your eye l caught this For sale by Porter I Drug Company =Cd BEAR IN MIND That you owe it to yourself to buy goods where you can get the most for your money and the best in quality This Is What We Give You WHY Because this is a OnePrice Cash Store and we sell for cash only No Losses DRUGS A complete line of Patent Medicines all the old standards such as Chamberlains and DeWitts Bells Pine Tar 1 Ioneyetc Prescriptions carefully compounded from pure and fresh drug sonly Also keep in stock in uptodate quality STATIONERY TOILET ARTICLES PAINTS AND OILS FRUITS- CONFECTIONERY All goods delivered promptly Give us a call Phone 12 Porter Drug CoI rJiffmmi m I Special Rates to Students m Oh I 1 i Office lt i CORNER MAIN AND BROADWAY kiv i Call and have your teeth exam iined free Very truly yours R C BOGGS f It EeEEEeEEeEEeEeE eeEeEe STOP Brlngtbemtonow I am prepared to do all kinds of Shoe Repairing Neatly and Promptly Shop in rear of Gamble House Open every after noon from 2 until 530 Your patron age is solicited L DARIER GENERAL CLEANING AND PRESSING Prices Reasonable No 11 left hand side Center Street FANNIE CHANEY DEMMON SHOPPING BY MAIL prIcesSHOffINSeed selfaddressed stamped envelope for particulars References Aadnti I IPRIVATE Meals and Lodging J R ENGLE Depot Street Boron Ky Miss Lidia Isaacs Has Williams outfit and is 1nowPRESSING AND CLEANING Mending also neatly done Prices reasonable House on Right Hand Side of Center St Will Tankersley WATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY Repaired and Cleaned Satisfaction Guaranteed Bicknell R Earlys Store BEREA KY G The Citizen ya IXDKTXKDKMT FAMILY NlWSTirt I rbUtfc4 rtT7 ThundAy at BerN Xr BEREA PUBLISHING CO L C Hlnman Mlnlrera- 11JJIOBDrJOf FATAXLl ur eaJon BotIATM month roiteffle Ueair Xx MI Yoi7brer Click Pnft Brftncnd Lwr or out ud two cent stamps nl Date fUr your serif fcowi to t+bM- Tour II rid 11 It to Dt I IWlm tares WelD After Milts n1 er MUrUI a1Mn wlthlnf TKI ClTOBaf thelwt aotUr tu at thl txptnttea cI ipt all amtri rwlM v hall IuNdrtif fjrwtiblt conUantd 7Dar4treeIluht Numbln he to oomtnt- ppf re tile mena wt11ladlf be npe- tua 1J we art oIoUlle4 tf Wanted la tUff loclltr Writ for Mrnj jLnroa Mncjlof ut tour new vur4t- o will raafre TIll Cmiui tm hot io7ypwo6e BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service firstclass Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop I Second Court UonRichmond Ky r Cheated Death Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing tharight medicine E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheated death he says Two years ago I had Kidney Trouble which caused cne great pain Buffering and anxiety but I took Electric Bitters which effected a complete cure I have also found them of great benefit in general debility and nerve trouble and keep them constantly on hand since as I find they hav no equal The East End Drug Store guarantees them 1st We rttirrrt rrrarrrrrrr rrarrrrrrrrrra Oklahoma s Offers Opulent- Opportunities I I To those who desire new land and homes also unsurpassed chances for Industrial inTesttnents by capi talists and manufacturers 5 Its Farm Products in ling include f 2SOPOOOO bushels of wheat 140000 5 bale or cotton and million of dot gralnsfruitsetcSentitled The Truth About Okla- Z honia At staled liraei low rate Homcseekers Excursion tickets t1fe sold via Santa Ie Route to 3 I Add i Oenersl PasenrerOl lee 3 lie Atdaiaon Tope LSnla re Rlhby = rf ClUe 00 kh4btiRa11111111 ftF 1 NRAPC0815 snares Qupesi Food to Full 3 otSbepSGeCattleP VTBl k mcA sjo i ros u nU wb t- surwroybt1 f Biriion Dollar Grass UIkIoIrIcll2 lou I KM nla U Bf t rFap1tl0b nt U Forlhl iand lOo- t NIt lit nle u4 lbruarrl- teltwtall nr tktitlVtaw- F14 I W TCtUU u4 I hUlul 04IlooIa I ASMZR I LAr noss The Right Namo DoWltt Oe Wilts Witch Hazel Salve cools soothes and heals cuts burns boils bruises and all skin diseases K E Zickefoose Adolph W Vs says My little daughter had white welling so bad that piece after piece of bone worked out of her leg Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured her It is the most wonderful healing naive in the world Beware of counterfeits Sold by the East End Drug Co and all Medicine Deal- ersWilliams Is better prepar ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean ing and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Main Street Berea Last Hope Vanished Whon leading physicians said that W M Fmitharr of la had incurable consumption his last hope vanished i but Dr Kings New covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds kept him out of thn grave He says This precious specific com iletelv cured me and savedmmy life Since then I have need over ten years and consider it a marvelous throat and lung cure Strictly scion tific for Coughs Sore Throats or Colds sure preventive of Pneumonia Guaranteed COo and 100 bottles at the East End Drug Store Trial bottle free THE SUPPER AT BETHANY Sunday School Lesson lor Apr 16 1905 Speclaiijr Prepared for This Piper LRSSON TEXT John 12111 5 Mmorj Verses 2 1 Read also Matt S661J and Mark 1139- GOLDEN TBXTSh hath1 done whal the eouldIIark U5 TIME Jeius arrived at Bethany on Friday six days before the 1assever He rested on Saturday the Jewish Sabbath which ended at sunset and the supper wan Saturday evening PIACK The house of Simon the Leper In Bethany on the Mount of Olives Comment and Suggestive Thought- V 1 Bethany Lazarus raised from the dead See Les son 2 V 2 Made Him a supper Jesus friends gavo a supper In Ills honor Martha servea She was ono of those who prepared and served the food Sat at table Guests reclined on couches around the table V 3 Ointment of spikenard Oils extracted from various plants were commonly used by eastern peo pIes Among the most costly was the pure nard or splenard from a plant which grows In India Such oils or ointments were kept In small jars knowns as alabasters The jar was frail and Mary crushed It with her bands that the oil might now out Anointed the feet It was custom ary to honor a guest by anointing him V 4 Salth one All the disciples were shocked by this wasteful expendl ture Judas spoke for the company- V G Three Hundred pence See note on verse three V 6lOA thief and had the bag Judas was treasurer of Jesus little company of apostles and often took from the common fund for himself- V 7 Let her alone Jesus who did care for the poor and longed to help them nevertheless reproved those who found fault with Mary for He un derstood her act was from love to Himself Against the day of my bury ing Marys act was prophetic She had some Idea that trouble lay before her loved Lord She was the only Mary who was In time to anoint Him Mark 161 6 V 8 The poor always ye have but Me not always Only for a little time was opportunity given the friends of Joeus to express loving do votlon to His person as was then possible but Ills friends of all succeeding days have opportunity of ministering to Him by helping the poor and show Ing kindness to His brethren Matt 26 SMC V 9 Much people Many Jews on their way to Jerusalem for the tenet stopped at Bethany to see Lava rus and Jesus V 10 Put Laiarui to death lie was such a convincing witness of Je sus divine power that the enemies of Jesus felt It important to get him out of the way We do not know that they ever succeeded In killing him V 11 Went away and believed Left Bethany believing that Jesus was the Messiah and had wrought this wondrous miracle of raising Lazarus The mention of Marthas serving throws our thought back to the rec ord of Luke 10 384 Dr 0 Camp bell Morgan fancies that although engaged In the same work as formerly Marthas spirit has quite changed He saysMartha does her work now smil ing all the time She is even more busy than before but she Is restful and peaceful in her work She is not cumbered with her business nor angry with Mary nor casting reflections on Jesus She has learned something In the day of sorrow and darkness We do Martha less than justice II we do not honor her and recognize that her klr 1 of service is true service She has many successors among Christs true followers who cannot rise to the heights of Ills lofty teach ing but who have taken Him for tholr Lord and can at any rate uo humble practical service in kitchen or work shop Maclaren For a moment one of our race was like the Master Through all time he had been flooding tho world with gifts The sun gives more light than 100 000000 worlds could absorb The flow era are a million times more abundant than men ever gather or even see lIe seeks every possible occasion to pour out Into our bosoms spiritual gifts good measure shaken together press ed down and running over How gled he must have been to flnd one giver whose love made her as wasteful ai Himself They are scarce Bishop II W Warren Only for a little time was opportuni ty given the friends of Jesus to oxpress loving devotion to His person as was then possible but Ills friends of all succeeding days have opportunity of ministering to Him by helping the poOl and showing kindness to Hie brethren Matt 25 3l4fi Only for a few short years will any of us have opportunity of ministering to Jesus and suffering with Him here on earth let UH Improve this precious time to the utmost and count It not waste to upend much In simply loving Him and telling Him our love- Practical Points V 2 Each accwtlng to thin dispo sition God has given can find oppor tunity to serve Jesus1 Cor 124 V 2 IOod calls us from tho death Qf sin to arise and sit with Jesus Enh 26 3 How can we hesitate to yield obir best to Htm who gave Ills best for us1 John 316 V 7 Let us lavish Oiir love upon our dear ones now and not hoard il to pour upon their coffins Horn 1210 I lWIntttait ttp tuiur akrr tau flIt mtt 3Itmu By PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT No piledtip wealth no splendor of material growth no brilliance of artistic development will permanently avail any people unless its home life is healthy unless the average man possesses honesty courage common sense and decency unless he works hard and is will ing at need to fight hard and unless the average woman is a good wife a good mother able and willing to perform the first and greatest duty o womanhoodable and willing to bear and to bring up as they should be brought up healthy children sound in body mind and character and numerous enough so that the race shall increase and not decrease There are certain old truths which will be tnle as long as this world endures and which no amount of progress can alter One of these is the truth that a primary duty of the husband is to be the horne maker the bread winner for his wife and children and that the primary duty of the woman is to be the helpmeet the housewife and mother i The woman should have ample educational advantages but lave in exceptional cases the man must be and she need not be trained for a lifelong career as the family breadwinner and therefore after a cer tain point the training of the two must normally be different because the duties of the two are normally different This does not mean inequal ity of function but it docs menu that normally there must be dissimi larity of function On the wjiole I think the duty of the woman the more important the more difficult and the more honorable of UK two on the whose I respect the woman who does her duty even more than I respect the man who does his No ordinary work done by a man is either as hard or as responsible as the work of a woman in bringing tip a family of small children for upon her time and strength demands are made not only Avery hour of the day but often every hour of the night She may have to get up night after night to take care of a sick childand yet mutt by day continue to do all her household duties as well and if the family means are scant she mutt usually enjoy even her rare holidays taking her whole brood of children with her The birth pangs make all men the debtors of all women Above all our sympathy and regard are due to the struggling wives among those whom Abraham Lincoln called the plain people and whom he so loved and trusted for the lives of these women are often led on the lonely heights of quiet selfsacrificing heroism Amelioration of ttrtu1italltu11UPpiuJ55 By MRS THOMAS HARDY To get happiness into married life as a rule would be to alter the world Very few pro pie are fit for cer tainly some guarantee ought to be had for the absolutely unfit physi cally mentally and tern peramcntally Amelioration only can affect favorably the situation of married unhappiness This may be gained by separation for short periods but frequent to benefit the wife a man being unable to get away when a woman cannot on account of louse awl family ties or want of money A man should be legally compelled to make more provision for her happiness ants welfare such as providing means for a change for making payment at a certain date for adequate housekeeping money and without Her asking as well as an allowance for herself men bring usually inconsiderate luisympattatic selfish illiberal and tyrannical- If an arbitrator with a due sauna of authority could be established in every parish to investt1 ite and see to faintest of conduct tfte would undoubtedly be benefit to the woman who has no oiic to appeal to Confession and the priest would not be psrjinps sitch a refuge The inan would probably resent this process as he objects to any kind of im peachment but were practicable to institute such an office with wom en as well as men to arbitrate whose own lives are right and happy and this once a year at least a proper understanding of mutual duties might be effected A woman should considered her husbands equal if she is sensible and good however superior he may seem to be and seldom is and she should be encouraged by him to understand and take an interest in his occupations and his money matters which a feeling of superiority usually deters him from doing Also should be considered dastardly to allow other peoples opinions of her to affect his behavior toward her especially those of other women or relatives Hut through the ages men have been hard upon women and always will be Even St Paul had the old traditions about them Not so Christ Ills approbation was not given to the woman who attended to her entertainments and housekeeping but to the woman whose heart and soul were occupied with the very highest matters and His fiat on marriage was simple and conclusive I ltt Stoat Cult ih1rjI it it it The ideal man Js not a myth he is not a truth tion He is a gospel hope aiTd will be a gospel fulfilment I use the word gospel not theo logically but in respect to its literal meaning good news The op timistic thinktr expects thcideal man though the greatest optimist can hardly yet declare that he has seen him The ideal man may be supposed to be evolved from the ideal boy though that is by no means certain A roguish mischievous boy may blossom into an energetic successful honored man and in spite of the prediction of the neighbors whom he annoyed may prove a blessing to the world Such things have been and nuy again But the ideal man is welcome however he may have reached his po sition of vantage and of honor He is welcome in the Monte for he will prove a dutiful son a kind brother a faithful and affectionate husband and a loving devoted father He is welcome in the community for he will show himself interested in the welfare of his fellow men He will de a good citizen a fearless advocate of the right and a lover of justice frail In short he will be one of natures noblemen NOTABLE EATING CONTEST When General Vaughan Upheld HU Title ns Champion of Dar becues Ono of too mot amusing contests I ever saw said tho man who U fond of a story rotates tho Now Orleans TlraesDoniocrat was at a barbecue In Shelby county Tennessee some years ago an occasion which had been ar ranged because of a fierce political con f tesa which was being waged In that countyat the time Barbecues are great factor In campaigns In those days They count for much In Ten nopseo as they do elsewhere On these occasions the spellbinder ambles forth tho fellows with the glad hand the smllor tho Jollier the babykisser all those and more are to bo found out In full force when the barbecue Is the thing on tap It was an event cf this sort that developed tho amusing contest I have j In mind and the contest was between two old confederate soldiers each ofI who had left a leg on a battlefield ofI i the Wo One of them was flea A J I Vaughan as gallant a soldier and as fine a civilian as Gods sun ever lib one theItrustee also soldlor and civilian of note was the other They bantered each other for an eating match with barbecued meat as the particular weap on In the contest For years various mon had been trying to wrest the J championship laurels from then Vaughan but no man could over do It 1 Melxjmlons friends urged him to enter the contest for hOe too was a man of note at barbecues and a force for cooks and waiters to reckon with Tho thing was on I never saw such rating In my lira The waiters kept coming A crowd gathered around tho veterans Stand back bays wild Gen Vaughan goodnaturedly and make room for the bones Besides Mae will need air directly The bonN kept piling up The waiters kept run ning from the pit to the eonteant Anybody here got an extra cork leg said MeLennon banteringly If they have chase It out The general will- need It directly and hell need It worse than he did after Shlleli BeOi tarn kept eating But It was evident that McLendon was netting Uretl The Jig was about op with hint Abort that time a waiter rushed up with a whole leg of mutton Gen VaMfibon WM game Ire grab bed It Baton McUstfoN knew what was HBlHg on and began to eat on 1C ton cmiM sot stand the pies sun lie eyetl the leg of mutton for A rnoMent Look here general be sU taalty willie gMpiiiR tar breath If yeah call this thing oil tiers my hide If I dont promise la vote for you every lime you ruts lot oOee from sow OH to Ute end of time It WM celled oR and QM VauchaN heM OH to Ms laurels M cbaniploftjNMrbee ester up to the time of his death which was several your attic the overt In ones lion TWAS REALLY UNEXPECTED He Had Overlooked So Many GhnMes to Propose She Thought He Hadnt the Nerve Whoa ki proposes marrtacosbe asked for time to think It over relates tan don THniu Title Is UMxpecied site saM t lie gays her tIM necessary tiNe and site finally decided that he fulfilled alt TlJItUsedkKMB matters calmly Of eeuNM he said jokingly It w st really unexpected at all Ok yes It was she replied Akwrdl he exclaimed A girl al ways says that Uie knows whats corn lag and when Its cowing bsenltae she is loot naturally an expert in swell matters I thought I was tint yon footed ins the Insisted And It waa a complete surprise It was I dont understand It he comment ed Well she explained Ingenuously you had overlooked so many splendid chances 1 gave you for a proposal that I had begun to think nothing would oyer give you nerve enough to speak out Su- It really was unexpected Oh he said and that was all There didnt seem to be anything eUe to say In Japanese Hospitals The greatest difference between the work of Japanese hospitals and those of our country Is the formers Iln pllclty of equipment and economy ot management We are apt to surround ourselves with so many laborsaving themI tant things including an Xray and chemicalItial Bandages from clean wounds are washed rolled by hand and used repeatedly while laundry is kept at a minimum by rules specifying the length of time bedding and kimonos are to usedCenturyNot Mr Dllggins thinks he has the brightest most promising boy In the world Yes answered Miss Cayenne but thats no sign Mr Dllggins parents no doubt thought the same of him once Washington Star Sympathy That Was Wasted Kind Lady Heros a nickel but what aro you crying for little boy Little DoyI aint cryln Die is me regular face Hartford Conn Cour ant i JOHN BURNS ON DRINK What the Member of British Parliament Has to Bay to the labor lag Man Mr John Burnn M P addressed oclarge meeting in Manchester recently on Labor and Drink The leofibre was ono of the Lees and Roper Memo rial lectures and was reported by tilt London Times as follows Mr Burns said that the drinking habits of the pourer clneees hind seta tributed to their political dependent Industrial bondage civic Inferiority and domestic misery As one bred al most In the sawn who had watched the matter as a county councillor and a legislator he was convinced on the subject He described tko imbue boost as the antechamber of tho workhouse the chapel of ease to the asylum the recruiting station to the hoipltal tie rendMvous for the gambler and the gathering ground for the Jail Titers was no compensation In drink Doallngwlihtheflgnre of the money spent In drink while deploring the tM unease amount spent In every working family he answered a recent orltlf by pointing out that twothirds of UM drink bill was spent by throoquartero nf the population anti only halt the amount per heed was taken by tke working elates as was taken by the clawes above them Hut whether the 1 expenditure was J 4 per family or JEM per family working people could rat afford It As to dunk and trade ke said that they were promised from M to SUd per family per week It they would tax brood from abroad Wky not save II pot week by leaving oR beer Our expenditure handicapped UK In the trails battle with Germany and America because our larger coo sumption prevented MS from speodtag as muck money pet head In other di rection and especially on education lie concluded a vleoroM trade app Last trash as the source of alt write by denying that poverty sainted drink M muck M dusk mooed poverty sad by declaring klmeeU dead analnet BO olctr IUattoR aa a remedy It WMk cause drinking to become a dTto virtue sad to be regarded as bout nairkttV sm IN GERMAN PALACBS Teadeney Toward Vie ef KinAles- Melt DerenbgeIs tecy Masked It Is a fuel that In the course ef they see several thousand bttUeo of wafer minted grape Juk have buses inBtt4 by one Ira to the royal en In BMV Its Wlldpark Wtlntlmht be Cardloeo Hombnrc sad In the prbirely house of- Clog It In also certain that the es- aFw bae for a long ilmennotonlr Uken tkeee drink and that a grout many ot tile cowl ladles and a ntlenon kavnlnt lowedtkeeiampleof tbeewHreoo Prof Dr MiHiMt who lately performed UM threat aoatln tar tho mforar learned la know these dtMto from see tug them on the mp ross table lad It ako sf U when be returned host to HranWHrt The kaiser gathered trtu a oolloctMQ iii uttnjKHMoa literature and sent H la the mMntor of war and has ever sinos enoonmyod nil effort to promote tarHRenifMW M the mitt and acknowledge tits tmpriatwB litthe well hetag of the people II teaks worthy ot notice bat last ChrtMll Prince livery preoeated all In tko nft 7 with the temperance pamphlet The Poison Treo of the German IHDial of Pragreas TEMPBHANOB ITEMS Dostan has fewer saloon than U1 of tile large cities acrordlng to i eu latton Mortality from cancer Is very high In beerdrinking districts of Oeraitny such as Bavaria and 0elsb irg We can never got the saloon out ol polities so kung as we get our poMUfi out of the twloon Hnry Faxon The most dangerous saloonkeeper U the one who most succesMfully eencttQk that the devil Is his business partner American untie The Druggists Clrcufar says that no physician ever prencribe the min ute fraction of a drop of nleohul fez a patient which ho cannot avoid prey scribing If ho wants to because tent Is now a wealth of other remedlM The average saloon Is an evil place There Is no doubt about that It takee the bread out of the mouths of many wives and children and compels them to live under conditions unfit for bu man beings Duluth Herald The Hon James Hryco M P bat been lecturing before the law school al hlecturesllaws regulating the liquor traffic He declared that by careful experiments and persistence wo have In this coun try gone farther and accomplished more than they have on the other aide of the water A Doctors TeathiiOHj as- A wellknown German doctor In one of Vermonts cities bore the following testimony to tho liquor traffic undet license Last year I could collect J2IO per month This year I cannot cultist J50 It is alt going for whisky This dl- bids fair to be the common verdict of physicians merchants landlords led tax collectors as saloons continue to extract the money from the pockets of the average men who drink How long shall It continue American U tue t 1 r l I HOMEMADE BROODER Description of One of Simple Construe Hon Which IB Said to Do Good Service Tho accompanying pictures and i are furnlsnod by C E Hcarc Trumbiitl county Ohio to the Ohio Farmer Fig 1 shows the outside of the brooder Fig 2 Is a cross section Heat Is sup plied by lamp 1 over which Is sus pended an Inverted box A with a galvanized Iron bottom and having openings In Ita sides for ventilation An Inch above the sheet Iron Is a plat form C on which the chicks are placed Tho space between forms the THK INCfUATOIl hotair chamber n Fresh air Is sup plied by shaft II passing Into tho chamber U where It Is heated and rise through a warm air pipe F Into tho brooder pen P P whore It Is par Hall confined by the lover D whtia may be adjusted to twit the size of tho chicks About the edge of D Is hung a woolen curtain B notched so that the chicks may run In and out The warm air finally finds an outlet through tho ventilators V V V In B8CriONAL VI BW OP INCTIIATOH the root M M Platform C Is hinged at T M that the portion U may bo rahwi or lowered by send N When rabuMl H to mpported by the spring S It h Important that this slope bo Instate rather than outside the broader M the rbkks are lnrlud by DM open door and whm this ImOa them to the ljo rm of the atop tky will ItIfI ImIii find thtlr war np If the rtofw III ut r they may fall to tied tM Htmn f Killing the step Olves a ilouViip ntnir Hpace ami pta ty of room ItuMt hf hrMIIer ON bud 4aya Have a thr r munwter In roa4 r Mart eNd M N degrees and gradually rde t to M M 80 tt graea with lee neat M thy pew older HENS FOR HATCHING Plymi uh Rooks Are Undoubtedly- tLe Beet Sitters and Mothers- In J F of the fart that hit II baton Mid bfiMMiini hate bn brought lo a icrent f iiic r perfection the old lieu will Mii i f used on moot tarns The lien a inure skillful prodttotr of rhldif ban U the Ifteabator In the J aw4 f the avcrago roan and woman Whore ioi a low fowl are kept and mly a few ohtaka are desired the kit- hIm still how her popularity We irtjlleve that whore tho farmer desire to keep a gOOd Msed flock of hens and to mice yearly In excess of lee ihlek the tHoubator should be used Hut wo roolko the fact that on inlllloufc of our faults juit enouglt fowls are kept to MBMifle the serape from the thtable liftH for Bolting purpose must come from some of the breeds that hove not had the mntnrnily Instinct bred out of tiwn We vvMld not think of selecting any of the Leghorn bremlo for letter ProbaMy there is no breed that produces bettor Mtlers than the Plymouth nock Hut In se lecting a fowl for this work prefer ence should be given in those that are light In weight an the heavy fowls both break and trample chicks to donth We have found the lighter wotghu to give mOlt excellent satin faction While they cannot cover DO mnny ogg ni the larger towns they will bring morn chicks to maturity CACKLES AND CROWS The hon Is tho friend of the small cap Hal Int The hoc Is still a leader as a money jiaker on a small scale The fnnn boy and life farm Girl should each own a flock of fowls Everybody Interested In raising pout try should own an Incubator An Ineubator raises more bens oon Kequently more eggs which makes more moneySeparate tho fowls Into small flocks of M to 30 putting the hens by thom elvoe and dividing the pullets You ran then feed them bettor and get more eggs For Incubating purposes rare should be exercised to make sure that a large proportion of the eggs ore fertile It will alto pay to candle the eggs after they have been In the Incubator for a couple of days removing the eggs that are not fertile o Small Egg Producers Infertile Contrary to general Impression the fewer eggs a hen lays tho more are they likely to be infertile If we can judge At anything from experiments carried on at the Maine station There an attempt was made to breed downward In egg yield as well as upward The experi menters wore surprised at finding an unlookedfor utictaclo namely the in fertility of the efEfl from hews produc log toe fewest a L SURFACE DRAINAGE How a Farmer May Study Condition and Secure Better Results from His Crops On an average about vnefourth ol the rainfall passes oil tht uirface with out entering the soil Thin surplus wa ter becomes an Important factor In the farm management Allowed to collect as It rushes down the slopes it Is liable to cut tho soil and carry away the bost portions and on the flats It muyrcmaln so long that It will suffocate the crops In trying to avoid these results every farmer becomes an engineer and his success with crops in certain locations depends in no small degree upon his skill In controlling the water In former times before the practice of underdralnage was carried to the BUe cess that It now Is much dependence was placed upon surfaceditches and flat lands wore regularly plowed and cultivated In landbeds They were plowed the same WRY every time and It was a common thing to see the elo vated lands a foot or two higher than the waterfurrows between Under drains cannot altogether do away with tho usefulness of these landbeds on flat clay lands as In times of heavy rainfall the water cannot reach tho drains fast enough and the level soil will puddle and subsequently bake Surface drains are frequently useful auxiliaries to the underdrulns to carry off tho surplus water quickly As a tub stitute for covered ditches a bold sys tern of landbeds will frequently help matters on flat meadows The lands may be made not over eight or ten yards wide and the middle furrows cleaned out after cultivation ls finished On no crop Is It so Important to guard against stagnant water on the surface as wlntor wheat On such spots Itllvery apt to wlnter kill In plowing flat land the dead furrows should be left In such an arrangement as to carry the water off from the sage and the level stretches If the surface Is somewhat uniform It may be plowed In lands lying In the direction of the drainage each middle furrow then acting as a surface drain When the surface U not uniform It may be expedient to plow In two systems so that the dead furrows of each shall favorably drain either neotlon In addition to plow Ing In lands It may bo sometime neeee sary to strike a Tow farrtfws with the plow after tile crop Is planted I have seen this simple expedient de effective orrtee on a flat piece of ground It ta necessary to clair the furrow with a shovel where they may be clogged by the Imperfect action of the plowor at In uneetton With the UM of grain drills lad other wheeled machinery water furrows arc avoided as much a possible but there rennin many kltuatlon when they are of the irntt DIM While their op eration I saperflctal they are of great help In removing the surplus water IB tlsaw of heavy rainfall The Ma I to get the water off the crop before It don damage With hllltlde Bold the reverse of this poUt holds There the object Is to retard the low of water so that It will not furrow and gully tbo lead Terracing Is simply surface drinag to prevent washing OB hlllilde It Is a bed practice to plow sloping tend up and down the slopefit ran be avoided Whoa washy blllsWc are plowed at all they should be plowed deeply so that till loose earth may ab Kirb a large portion of the l rplu water Then the crop If It is one that is to be cultivated 0111 have the rows rather atroes the slope than with It says Farm and Fireside Theneach row as It Is cultivated becomes a miniature terrace to carry the water gently along to sons doproMton where It accumu tales In u stream and rushes down to tho lowlands Those depressions should always beleft In grass or sod lo pre vent gullying The surface water from the uplands when disposed there to M oW Q damagOMYfiej frequently entHMt trouble In the adjoining lowlands where it spreads out to drown land already ovemipplled The evident remedy here Is to rut a surface ditch to In tercept the water and carry It out of the way HOMEMADE SUBSOIL PLOW oVery Serviceable and Practical Utensil for U e After Field Is Plowed A very serviceable and practicable nboilr may be constructed With but llttlj work The beam and handles are tho same as any other plow slOek The two uprights which support the plow point can be made from piece of old IIOMKMADi SUJSOILUU l wagon tire each two feet long Tho point bar should be bbout the same length and about two inches square rom ono upright attachment to the other The front end should1 be made with good steel well tempered and drawn to a point whlcli Is best if made wide and flat The uprights are at tached to tile beam by stirrups or clamps made of threequarterinch Iron rod The front upright should be sharpened on its front side which will assist in cutting the old roots and thick clay This plow will break the bottom of a furrow made by any twohoraebrellklrg plow says Farm and Home If made or onehoruo It should be constructed lighter and neod have but a singe up right It is especially adapted 16 loosen ing up sod which haj become virr solid from agtramprng it LL Months and Births Children born befvten September and February are some authorltloB state not so tall as those born In the summer and spring months and the growth of children Is much more rapid from March till August The extremities grow rap- Idly up to the sixteenth year then there Is slow growth until the thirtieth year The legs chiefly grow between the tenth and seventeenth year I Bet on the Girl An Atchison young man who cant tell Monday morning what became of tho money paid him by his employer Saturday night IB aVDflt to marry a girl who can remember to a penny just what she did with every dollar she has spent since she was ten Friends are making I bets Which disposition will rule In the settling to come Atchleon Globe Outfoot the Railway It takes from 5p to CO days for a freight train to travel from Moscow to Vladl vostok as It averages only eight miles an hour while passenger trains make but about 134 miles an hour The Rus sian army on foot seems to bo making as good time as that on Its homeward Journey Louisville CourierJournal Insane in Belgium In Helglau lunatic asylums there are securelylocked boxes In which any In mate may deposit letters of complaint These letters are collected three times weekly by outside officials who Investigate every ease and Ito person asserts that he Is not Insane a prompt examlna thin ensues by medical experts Comforting- Oh doctor exclaimed a rheumatic patient I suffer dreadfully with my hands and feet Out my dear sir rejoined the physician Just try to think how much Inconvenience you would suffer with out themLondon Tilltlta Sage Advice D Olnnor Of course I expect Ui do a east bualnesj but 1 would like to know how to get credit If 1 should need It- OldunThe only sure way to get credit la never to ask for ItJlhlla delphia Pre One of Natures Oddities The sea cucumber which in eorapoMd of a curious ellyllk ratetanee con oft fectlvely conceal itself from danger by BflHooslBg the water 01 of Its body and forcing Melt Into a narrow crack so narrow as to be Invisible lo the naked eye Detectives In China The Chinese detective force Is a se rrt lady and the best organised in the world Its members keep an eye on every man woman or child fur Olarl or native throughout China and In addition watch each other Dally Thought- A cheerful temper Joined with Inno cones will make beauty attractive- knowledge delightful and wit good natured It will lighten stekxeee prow arty and nnilotlon and render deform ity Itself agreeableAddlaouUnfair When the kaiser remarks that he bait tho greatest army In the world It should be observed that he takes advantage of a time when Oyann Is quite too busy to notice the boast Clsfcland Plain Dealer Healthy Lady TomYou know they say ramie to the food of loc- DlrkNonsonsel my love prefers lob ter salad oysters and other expensive fodder Philadelphia Press MARKET REPORT Cincinnati April 8 OATTLB Counion J3 4 40 Heavy steers 6 00i 000- CAIViRSiixtra 0 80 11018 Ch packers R 70 0 B 75 Mixed packers 6 CO 4y 6 7- 0SHnfPExtru 8 5 35- LAM11SSpring 9 00 012 BO FLOUR Spring put B 90 C 20 WnIJAtNo 2 red 1 10 fl 1 U CORN No 2 mixed P 40 No 2 white BO OATSNo S mixed 3- RYl1ro 2 84 t9 86- IIAYCh timothy 12 75 PORK Olonr moss 014 35 LAUD Steam 7 00 40 7 12- WnnTTttllClt dairy 18 Qp 30 Choice creamery l9 APPJHSChlilco 2 80 fl 3 00- POTATOKS Par bbl 1 K 1 35 TOllACCO Now 6 00 fl 13 00 Old 4 50 014 75 Chicago FLOW Winter unto 5 10 Sf S 3f- 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Cure oolirtlJlcured me Sold by the Co and all Medicine Dealers Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to give better satisfaction than other makes because the standard has always been pUced so high that the wear en expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and on insure a perfect u fit Inspection inv- itedCOYLE ij HAYESBE- REA KENTUCKY 11111 111111111111111111111 11111111111 11111111111111 Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES L L LLLLLLL LL LLLLLL Housecleaning is now the order of the day Miss Mollie Carter went to her home In Mt Vernon this week Mrs L V Dodge was in Rich mond on Tuesday of this week W H Porter is on a trip to the couth at present he is in Pensacola Florida Mr A P Settle Jr is putting up a oppositohisBorn Wednesday April 5 to Mr and Mrs R B Woodford Winches ter a baby girl I Miss Oma Penn left for her home 1inSigil Illon Wednesday on of poor health Miss Corwin left Tuesday morning for Nashville Tenn where sheI willvisit for a few days secretarylor4 Berea between trains on Tuesday Those who have shoes that need repairing should visit L Darier at his shop in the rear of Gamble House Mr Stephen Gabbard spent Sat visitinghispanted home on Monday Miss Lillias Burman returned this week and has begun her workas teacher in the Intermediate depart ment of the Model Schools Mr Taylor P Gabbard left for his home in Oivsley county on Monday noon He was obliged to give up his school work on account of ill WITH THE CHARACTER I IWOM N I health Several outing parties enjoyed the fine weather on Saturday Besides severalwalking parties the Auburn carried a load of picnicera to Hobos mountain Saturday evening A pig lunchwas enjoyed at the summit The work on the now depot is bo ing pushed as rapidly as possible The building is all closed in and h recieved coat of paint on the oar side The office fixtures are being put in this week The work will be finished in the course of a few days Max Scott of this place who to CSfcaldover Ohio in January see his mother died in a hospital that place March 20 19Owith pneumonia and lung fever When the city officials found him he way too near gone to give much information about himself Quite n large number of the student body and faculty went on the Cincinnati excursion today Thurs I day A baseball match has been arranged between the Norwood High School of Cincinnati and the Berea team The band also accompanied the excursion Mrs Anson Collins of Bare Knobf gave a birthday party to her mother Mrs Mary J Jones March 25 Twentyeight guests were present to pAEx m pressions of regard were numerous the form of presents Mrs Jane- son Joseph of Knox Co was present Miss Mabel Pye state secretary of the Y W C A for Kentucky and T =Iou o MAKERS New Cash Store C 0 RHODUS Prop BEREA KENTUCKY tA- 4 J4 1 4 A I PRICL 300 Tennessee paid tho Berea association a visit this week On Tuesday evening a meeting for ladies of the town marl college was held in tho Parish House addressed by Miss Pyo Tho attendance was small but greatlyhelpedtheme II Acquaint now thyself with Him It is an absolutely new and unri Riled kind of entertainment offered this week in tho north room of tho new chapel in the shape of nn ex hibition of pictures Nothing like it has been seen before in this part of the State Tho views embrace works of the greatest artists of allcountries and pictures which can bo appreciat ed by everyone It is bettor than a stereopticon exhibition because you can look at each picture as long as you choose The exhibition closes Saturday Everyone should see it The following change in tho L f N time table cano into effect on leavingCincinnati Berea at 111 pm and arrives at Knoxville at 810 pm Train No 2 leaving Knoxville at 7nm reaches Berea at 132 pm and ar pmTrain815 pm reaches Berea at 1217 pm and arrives in Knoxvillo at 700 am next morning Traiir No 4 leaving Knoxville at 845 pm reaches Berea at 340 am and arrives in Cincinnati at 750 am parlor cinnati situ Knoxville in both tarryPullmancoaches between Cincinnati in both directionsTho lecture this week took tho form of an athletic meeting Mr Livongood tho president of the Athletic Association presided Mr Pow was first called upon to present tho claims of athletics from the students standpoint He urged that all society and party interests be placed secondary and that tho stem dent lively unite to place Berea College where sho belongs at the headof the list in athletic circles lie also made a plea for more game to be allowed with other schools than ore permissible under time present ruling of tho faculty Dr Cowley next spoke of time great need of physical as well as mental develop wont College athletics should be engaged in by each student for his own sake as well as for tho sake npmatter of having paid coaches for athletic tonnes He said it was largely the duty of a coach to exhort abstainttrain systematically and regularly Good results were realized under this strict discipline but ho believed bytoatand entering the athletic field to ex eel whatever the sacrifice might be Prof Marsh spoke of the running track which tho Association has uu dertaken to build on the athletic field and called for a practical ap plication of enthusiasm in pledges of work to be expended in the con struction of the track There was quite a hearty response and not only is the outlook for the construction of the track hopeful but also college athletics in general will no doubt be taken up with greater enthusiasm as a result of tho meeting Call on your grocer for Old Time Burr Meal i A GALLON OF GREEN SEAL PAINT paintsdirections on every package in tho most economical paint made For sale by Porter Drug Company mkwiXa4iSHOE A SWELL BOOT for fashionable people THOMAS H BENTON Joseph M Rogers class of 70 has produced his second biographical work in tho life of Thoimw H Bunion Goo W Jacobs mud Company publishers To those who have been privileged to read the authors recent work Time True hoary Clay this book ploltsnroMrwell trained newspaper man clear forceful comjHllling ones clove at tention to tho very end Tho author has made u clone study of tho career of tho great Miwouriuu showing his strong and weak points both as man and statesman and Imn given a comprehensive picture of tho leading political events from 1820 to the repeal of the Missouri Compro mise with which Bentonfl public career ended Benton WItH the father he law of Fremont tho first Republic H n candidate for tho presidency but did not support him Ho was an ex traordinary man however viewed nod his services to tho country have never been properly recognized It wits because of his unceasing war nganist Nullification or any attempt to breakup tho Union that ho lost his seat in tho Senate Ills services in tilt great political eon II iet which preceded tho Civil War entitle him to high plate in the series which is to deal with tho leading factors directly and indirectly lu ariiig upon time great crisis in our history Six Colleges Enrolled In Association charge and interesting meting gathered at the Science Building in Kentucky State College last Solar day morning for the purpose of or ganizing a permanent Association of Kentucky Colleges The meeting was presided over by Prof Arthur Yagwr of Georgetown College and Pro Lewis of Bereu College acted as Secretary An interesting program that occupied the entire morn ing and afternoon sessions was pro sented to an audience that consisted of some fortyor fifty of tho members of tho faculties of the various colleges and Universities of tho State Tho Committee on Organization reported a simple lldoxoolltmt constitution which wun adopted soda tiam Tho officers for tho next year wore thou reported by tho Commit tee ou Nominations and unanimously elected as follows- PresidonlJammers K Patterson Kentucky State College Vice President L V Dodge Boren College Secretary and TrowmrorArthllr- Yagor Georgetown College An Executive Committee is pro vided for as follows Jiinies K1lIt lemon Arthur Yager B A Jenkins F W Hinnitt John L Weber At 7 oclock thirtyeight members of tho Association sat down to a delightful bouquet at Hughes Cafe After the banquet had lxeu sowed there waa a number of short but bright mud able speeches which dem onstrated tho fact that the members of the association are as apt in en tertaining their colleagues at the bouquet table as they are in instruct ing their pupils in tho class room Dean A H Throckmorton of Central University acted as toastmaster and introduced each of tho speakers with brief but bright sentences which made of tho speeches n series of gems connected by links woven by the toastmaster Those who 1 to toasts were Piof E B Pollard of Georgetown Dr Charles W Dabney President of the University of Cin cinnati Prof L V Dodge of Berea KentuckyUuivemityLexiuOloa Exhibition of Pictures In the New Chapel Tho first uso of time north room of tho now chapel is an exhibition of a wonderful collection of pictures on view this week daily from 3 to 5 The highest authorities say this is time best collection of pictures over brought together They are copies of tho most popular paintings in the great cities of the world Hero is Rosa Bouheura Horse Fair time original of which was purchased by tho Metropolitan Museum of New York for 20000 Hero are scones from the Rocky Mountains and from Egypt There is something to please everyone anti to look over tho col lection as a whole is a great education and delight It is a now pleasure offered to the people of Boron and we notice that everybody is going It will give us pleasant things to talkabout and think about for weeks to come PAINT MAKING Has reached a science with the Green Seal folks The highest de gree of purity has been attained by byPorterOld Time Burr Meal is mado of select homoraised corn FULL MEASURE 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Casualties PrtwkUnt ROD oll received a routing won in Louisville Ky while on lily trip to tho southwest and the weaL Tho Confederate votoriuia and thousands of olUnens greeted the heal of the nation On the way to St 1011 la the president made three upecolioi at town In Indiana and Illinois when the train topped President Roosevelt received r warn welcome In the places his train stop pal In tb Indian Territory and Texas llrief uptwhae were made Aftor an eventful trip across a large portion of Texas President Roosevelt arrived IB Ban Aatonlo When the penal train bearing tho president reached the atnllon he was greeted with Mi rra from thousands of throats and Ure lusty karreha of his old enmrades in arw the famous Rough HUera of the 8ponl American wnr who are holding their annual reunion With the rlly cured with patriotic Mufctam a ilUplny of flags of sill Urn Ilkeaerse of the president Ir Many windows eNd the ilnwU anti pianos followed with cheering throngs wf people Theodore Roosevelt could sot mistake tlw hearty welcome nc raided Met In Son Antonio Tex WrNOU crowd ot peoplo greeted him Along the rotate of the proocxcloi treat Port Sum HewMon to Alamo pin ra wSwr in address of welcome was drllvcrad sied A response tnmfo ln tlnn in the White river country rolra t whys PrrAklent Roosevelt will hoot are reporttd to ba sullen and ugly beeattse of the efforts of the same wardens to drive them back to the UtUtah rcMrvatk- MA sasuseettet which has been wade regarAldR the movements of the mates In Manchuria says that on AprtJ S UM RuMiana slat a three southward CJtlnn HaatHn was born narded sad advance made aplnBt both- Japanese tlaakx The RNMtnni were t pvlM4 the twxt day By a rollWon of military tralM weat ut llarhln Michr soldiers were killed and tt met Nnunded The accident Na11to hP a nNlgacrgwvykp4Pn Morn ih fxhanmlve hours of eon II news nMiii felling asleep and run alai pest slcnalm The Ji srP making every 1- fort top vnt the appearance of dls- tasedu og ihf warm weather Thou ends f dfh and CtilneM lire sa- eased It i nning Mukden and Ttete ItyThe NnV Vnniya la an laanlrad artkJe attack the attempts of Preal Ram Roosevelt nt mediation and uyi that tMKcqat the present time I Int iwsIbleThe fotnmlttM of ConKre flth3ii8l Ierg7ou who are piaMing R9Ihlilt the o atiliit c br the UHeHcan board if rxMtuatntoowv for foreign miaolonB d Julia IV ItMkftfJtUfita gift of 10fl IMm rit ImH MI conduct their cru pads uetItJrthe prudantlQl com mlttt5 of the Ameriran board TblrtrwrM bodies of mInors who c lost their UtrAe In the gas explosion tit J the mine of Joseph Ioltor at Zolelor IIUl1 AIE4LP3Pe 11kWeL9 111 oxp14ltup9d blaster lI bwaler sot off by persons as net unknown caneed tho death df 4iDlnnra at Joseph Letters coal mine- Zeigler III according to the verdict ot a coroners jury Saaoneff the nwasiln of M Plchvo the lUtHlun minister of the Interior who was killed by a bomb lust July has eaeaped from thu prison In the fort reat of St Patef and St rant The home in which Theodore Roo o rv H was born at No 88 East 20th1 xtrMt J Vw YurkoI about tp bo sold ie P GkHe1 president of the Rooio v u Home club has undertaken lo or cantle a protective association to put chase the A Preach ropertIproject of n8 ot Russia and America by moan nf n railroad and tunnel under Bohp log ItraltIA jiioTontont hAS boon started at mainda Spring = CoI to have tho ro of Zobulbn Montgomery Pike dlscovnror of Pikes Peak ro moved to Colorado and either relntor red In Colorado Springs or on the sum mit of tho great eminence which bears hl8 nnptatn a W Iiawon of Boston will nddross the Chautauqiia Ottawa Kan this summer taking as his theme the Standard oil Co Mayor Rolla Wells has selected ns ppnn or for the new cruiser St Louis MIN Gladys Bryant Smith whose fa s jo I her James B Smith Is vice prose dent nf the Business Mens League The Pennsylvania senate unanl mously passed tho Plttsburg bill pt0y viding for the consolrllatlon or Pltfii burg and Allegheny It now goes to oOtho governor Spotted fever has boon raging for r Several months In farm In al1 arn region around Oppcln about 1300 cases have been reported jit which full onehalf resulted in Anpth I Mrs Anna Valentine who was con vlcted of the murder of Rosa Salza at Loll N J a year ago was sentenced to be hanged May 12 Judge Edward F Dunne dom was elected mayor of Chicago over John M Harlan bj a plurality ot24248 Asa direct result the city Is officially committed to tho policy of the quick nut possible cessation of private franchises for public utilities In an Interview Mayorelect E F Dunne of Chicago said In my judg ment In tho second year ot my term wo will have real municipal ownership In Chicago If It can not be done by fair and Just bargaining we will be compelled to resort to the courts for condemnation proceedings Judge John A Tatty rep candidate for mayor of St Louis who was de foaled on the unofficial count In the election by a plurality of 1425 an flounces that ho will contest tho reelection of Mayor Wolls The government has called upon the government of France Great Britain and Germany each to recommend a civil engineer to servo on the consult lag board of engineers for the Pana ma cannl Mrs Casalo L Chadwlok was grant ed n stay of execution lu the United States circuit court ot appeals Under this decision her term of imprisonment under her sentence will not begin tin til the court shall have finally pasted upon her case Mra Mary Grant Cramer slater of the late President U S Grant and wid ow of Dr Mlobacl J Cramer was found dead In bOil at the homo of her sister Mrs Virginia Grant Corbin In Kant Orange N J At Dharmenla Station 8G miles northwest of Struts India which was destroyed by an earthquake all tho houses In the paco wore leveled to the ground and some Europeans and ninny natives killed Four hundred and seventy men of Gurkha regiments wore burled alive as a result of tho earthquake at tho hill station of Dharmsala India Fifty thousand lives and property of unknown value have been sacrificed to the great earthquake shock which has swept across the Punjab India Germany has outlined to the United States In clear and emphatic terms the position claimed by the Berlin govern meat In Morocco Germany stands for the open door In Morocco no lose firmly than In the far oaK for the preservation of the Moroccan status quo and for the safeguarding and pro tection of the commercial and trade Interests In Morocco not only of Gee many but to all of the trailing nations of the world The arrival of King Bdwart In Parta we the oacaaton for a notable mint featatton of AngloFrench cordiality which U being generally Interpreted as a oonaptcwHia reepooae to Ger many attitude regarding Morocco Germany failed In attempt to In wee Spain luay nm th lnltd fates to adopt her Morocenn views On the contrary all the power as uNd France of their good wishes toward the French policy In Morocco Mrs Jane tathrop Stanford left at estate valued at 7000000 Accord lag to Mrs Stanfords will 818800 le to RO for legacies and bequests This will leave a residue of sot lethan L97L000 all of which goo to Stanford university A serious hitch In the agreement re cently Mined between British and Ocr man iMMlholden and ut Wnnuabin government threatens to render the scheme for the satisfaction of the tor inert claims impracticable Alfred Noble consulting engineer of the Pennsylvania railroad wi1 probably be appointed on the advisory board of engineers of tho Panama ca nat MoorfloUl Storey of Itoston has been elected president of tho New Bagland AntlImiwrtallst League to fill the vacancy caused by the death of the late George S Boutwol- lJutllco John M Harlan of the Unit ed SjStes SXipronfo court Has started n movement In support of the estab lishment In Washington of a Presby terian cathedral Suffering from nervous prostration due It is said to the death of her fa thor coupled with an extraordinary passion for music Miss Mary R Munco throw herself In front of a freight trafu and was ground to death In Philadelphia Statements made by Deputy Rabler tend to show the existence of n plot against the French republic M Ra blor recently received letters warn- Ing him thut a number of determined men wore planning a surprise move ment Tho annual parade of the horse Ounrds was chiefly notable by the nb tleucoof Bmperor Nicholas and tho Imporlal family The Horse Guards Is the emperors own regiment and never before has he failed to attend Its annual parade In consequence of the appearance of It fleet in the StraUs of Malacca the ChInese squadron Is preparing to put to sea f The federal grand jury at Portland Ore Indicted 16 wellknown men of Oregon and Washington for lard frauds Among them IB a state sans or Further tests are to be conducted on torpedo boats at Newport with solid petroleum fuel when coal will be added with a view to determining to wbat extent It may be used with the petroleum without a flame showing Thecentral committee of tho social revolutionary party has drawn up n document containing the main points- In Its program for the establishment or a democratic republic on the ruins ot tho autocracy In Russia Kid McCoy was matched to fight Philadelphia rJontc OBrien The con teat will fako place ab ufthe middle jf May In Baltimbri yo I The coroners Jury which bas bciei Investigating tho Virginia mine dlsni ter In Alabama In which 111 person lost their lives returned a verdict which charges four mine operators with wilful nod criminal negligence Members of the federal grand JurJ which Is investigating the beef trust wore placed In possession of lnsl1p Information by Myron C Baker 1 dltor of the Boston elevated railroad and for two years private secretary to Edward C Swift vice president ot Swift Co- Chicago is again In the throes of a battle between capital and lab r unions As on former occasions the unions havo resorted to tho use Qt tho union teamsters to bring them vie tory In the struggle which prom s lto spread to many branches of thb teaming industries of the cltIU Is rumored that Senator John t Spooner Is to bo made secretary tit state In event of Secretary Hays tie tlrcnient and there la talk already ot tho election of a successor to the SllJ a lor The fallnros I the United States for tho week ending April 6 number 17Q against 227 last week 201 In the Hilt week In 1804 153 In 1903 and 182 in 1902 Failures In tho Dominion of Canada for the first quarter of 190J number 378 t Edward W Mitchell 70 at one Unli n leading figure on the Chicago Boyd of Trade organizer of a corner ill wheat In 1868 and once worth roll lions Is dead at tho county hospUaj a Kiupor James Gallon aged 6 son of Frank Cnllen of Wilsondalo tV Va beeline enraged at his fiveyearold sister ho CPIISO she refused to play with hm and grabbing his mothers Impln etttb bed his sister to death Sixteen thousand babies wore barn In Now York In the last four months Figures complied by tho bureau of Vl tal statistics show that Fifth avenue has tho lowest birth rate of any stcel In tho city Jerry Hard Joseph flyers and Gen Wagner employed as cattle feoujori at the American distillery Pekln Ill were scolded to death The men vtoy working on top of a tank of hot tiller feed when tho board broke The United States battleship Ohfb selonen route to the Asiatic station whore she is expected to remain for about three years 4 Near Chatham Va Mrs Nannli Bo wo accidentally gave her 12JW old daughter strychnine InstoattI quinine and the girl Is dead Her ttyearold son was given a llkedoso and was made desperately 111 The woman after Imralng her mistake shot her self Bugcne Harris 16 was hit Intfrt back of the head by a batted b IItltlttl Ing preliminary practice prior to 4 solos Of baseball at Athovjlle NC anti died In II minutes his neck be tag dislocated r John II Fox former county troafl titer was killed at the pot afflco at Trinidad Col by Joseph P JohnsQu a local politician Johnson shot rpx In the back of the head whllo the tatter was reading a letter Hmbo ttt meht of oounty funds by another mat caused the tragedy The American Baptist Mlaslonatj Inlon lilts received front John D Rock efeller a contrioutlon of 100000 ami has accepted and acknowledged the donation For several years Mis Rockefeller has made nn annUal Ift to the union and the juaj acknowledged roprosonts Mr Rockg fellers annual offering j The battleship Minnesota was Bla cossfully launched at tho plant otfE Newport News Shipbuilding and rifj Dock Co Tho vessel was otirfstunnl by Miss Rosa Marie Schaller tlhugh tor of State Senator Schaller of Hast Inge Minn I While tamping powder in a blast at tho Ardway limestone quarry near Alllvonla Va the blast was accidentally discharged EIght men wore In stantly killed and two probably fatally hurt Cumberland Presbyterian headquar ters received advices that Presbyteries at Tularo Cal and Bonham Tex have voted In favor of union with the Presbyterian churchIHyrura Mack Smith son of Presi dent Smith and youngest of the Mormon apostles In a sermon nt tho con ference said that President Roosevelt Is tho friend of the Mormons Ton third committee of the fortlflca tlon board of which Rr Adm Ch M Thomas U S N is tho forthcoming report emphasis arlei bo placed on the advantage of liming mibmarlno boats for mines In harbors defenses The cerebrosplnal meningitis ep Jcmlc In Iew York and Chicago car be controlled by the slmpto pfd of cok air breathed Into tho lungs says D W J McCrann one of the leading phyelcjans of Nebraska- Dr j J 11 Hollander who has bee selected by President Roosevelt to In trestlgato tho fiscal conditions of tlu republic of Santo Domingo will sat shortly for San Domingo on board the cruiser Chattanooga The gross value of tho estate of An drew II Green the father of Create Now York who was shot and kllleO jy n negro has been placed by the ap praisers at 1756328 The tapeworm Is the natural one uy of the germ of consumption and the latter can not exist when oth cr Is present says Consul Canada at Vera Crux Mex In a report just rei iclved at tho state department George Ross chief post office super Intendent of Canada and Wm Smith secretary ot the Canadian post office department are In Washington Inv q gating rural free delivery I PUBLIC TRIP ENDED The President 1 caves For the Hunting droiiiute w n the Meantime the Seat of the United States Government Has Been Ten p arlly Established fii a Fort Worth Hotel Fort Worth Tex April 30In a mite of rooms on the parlor floor of he Hotel Worth In this city the seat f the United States government has son temporarily established The of heist mall Intdndod for the eyes of President Roosevelt Is directed to this ipartmont and in the absence of the resident who is hunting coyotes and lack rabbits over tile Kiowa Comanche reservation In OkilitlomB Is given at entlon by Secretary Ioob Most of this business will be acted upon by he secretary and directed to various Jepartments In Washington where It rlglnatcd That which requires the personal supervision of the presl lent will have to wait until com munication will be had with the hunt ng party After delivering the presi font Into the hands of his western Friends who have undertaken to fur nish him with wholesome recreation for a few the official escort boarded the presidential special and returned to tills city According to present plans the public part of the trip west is ended Frederick Okln April 10Preltl- ent Roosevelt and party arrived at the camp 18 miles southeast of town i little after dark The camp Is nestled in Umber fringing the bank of Deep Rod creek in a picturesque spot and when the president arose In tho morning and first bcWd the vast pan orama df virgin ail without a sign f civilization except the camp he tald he felt at home IN THE CHINA SEA FiftyOne Russian War Vessels Havo Passed Singapore Singapore April 10 Fiftyone ships af Adm RojestVemskys second Pacific tqimdrtm passed hero The most tin portant fighting vessels of the squadron Including the bal teshlps Knlaz Smiveroff Alexander III Borodino and Oral with their complement of cruisers torpedo boat destroyers eta did not arrlTo and their whereabouts l unknown St Petersburg April 10 There is reason to believe that Vice Adm Rc JMtvenikyi entrance Info the China sea Ires been followed by orders for the erulson Oromobol Roads anti Bogatyr which have been ready fur same ante at Vladivostok to put to locVhtrther It IB too Intention lo send them south Immediately or to hold them In the vicinity of Vladlro Bfcok Is not known Their appearance outside the roadstead of Vladivostok would conaUtute a potential threat against Adm Togos rear which will pdnij the retention Jn or dlSJJGtch of a number of heavy lighting ships to Japanese waters Thus Adm Togo teems to be virtually placed between two fires MANY LIVES LOST Now Water Reservoir In Course of Construction Suddenly Collapsed r Madrid A 1l1110r i1r hundred pr Sons were 1dUedQr njufed by tl e collapse of a now water reservoir In course of construction Ono hundred bodies have already boon recovered- It appears that underneath the foun dations of tho reservoir which gave way with cuch disastrous results wore water pipes used to supply the palace and Old Madrid It Is stated that this was the cause of the subsidence and not the surface of tho ground which when tests were made sank only 11 millimetresAn estimate of the casualties Is still impossible It Is stated that there were 235 pen In the lower part of the reservoir all of whom ware klqCd St Louis Wide Open St Louts April 10 Despite threats andwarnlngs of the excise and pollee commissioners ninetenths of tho bara In tho city remained open Sunday ProjBldont of the police board declares that the chief of police has issued no orders to patrolmen to report Viola tors of tho law- Secretary r i CT V Hays Quiet Life N rvl italy Secretary ot State Hay Is Mingaverywiiot life hero fig drives out dally the weather being fine Mr lliy is annoyed by curious tourists corning from Genoa to see him and has refused Interviews to flU such Scentlst Church Dedicatedj Plttsburg April 10 The Flrjst Church of Christ scientist In stroet was dedlcated three servlcer being necessary to accommodnt an those who attended It was erected at n cost of 85000 Dr Wm R Harper New York April 10Dr Wm R Harper who has been taking tho x ray treatment for cancer In New York city left for Chicago The Improve ment In Dr Harpers health Is so marked the treatment will be contin ued In ChicagoSA New Granddaughter i Chicago April 10A datfgliter was born to Mr and Mrs Harold McCor thick Mrs McCormick was formally Sites Edith Rockefeller and Is the laughter of John D Rockefeller The new arrival Is their third child 0- i A STATE ODDS AND ENDS FRANK B HARPER The Famous Kentucky Turfman Was I Taken By Death Versailles Ky April Gfranl B Harper the noted turfman and breeder died at Nantura farm He was 81 years old Mr Harper leaves two sis tern Mrs DA Owsley of Midway and Mrs Moore of Scott county The latter Is Ill and at the point ot death Harper leaves an estate of over 101 000 Mr Harpers funeral will take place at Nantura Thursday morning ai 10 ocock Burial at Lexington Senator Jo Blackburn will be boa of the pallbearers Harper was one oC tho last survivors of that old type of turfmen to which the Rufordfi Blackburns Swigcrts ant R S C A Alexander of this county belonged who bred and raced thor oughbred horses for pure love of the sport Hit famous Nantura stud pro duced some of the greatest raco horse In the world and for many years tin Hardier colors were seldom lowered In defeatLexington Ky April 7Thp funeral of Frank Harper master of Nan turn at Versailles was the occasIon of ono of the greatest turnouts ot prominent horsemen over seen hare After the funeral at Nantura farm tin cortege camo by pike to this city where the burial took place Senator J C S Blackburn was one of the pal bearers Mr Harper was the Neater of the American turf and the owner of Imp Longfellow FRANK B HARPERS WILL He Cuts Out His Sisters and Their Children Lexington Ky April 8The will ot Frank B Harper master of Nan ura stock farm was opened In disposing of an estate of 160000 he cuts out his sisters and their children and makes two grandnephews United States Senator J C S Blackburn and Susan Stafford a colored servant beneflcla rles Nantura farm 600 acres and fur nlRhlngs silver trophies stock etc go to E Harper Hawkins the Wallace farm 400 acres goes to Clinton Hawkins another grand nephew Tin Spring Station farm ICO acres is glen to Senator Blackburn and Susan Stafford colored is given 2500 HIs sisters are Mrs Barbara Owsley ot Midway Ky and Mrs Mary J Moore of Georgetown Both have children whose claim would rank ahead of the beneficiaries GIFT ACCEPTEDft I Captain of Battleship Kentucky Send Ships Thanks Newport Ky April 6J P Week man president of the Gorman National bank lute received a letter from Capt W J Darnette commanding the hat tleship Kentucky accepting tho gift to the vessel of a silver loving cup made by Newport school children In accepting tho gift Capt Barrette stat del In his letter dated Penll cola Fla The officers and crew of this vos sal have been apprised of tho gener ous action of tho school children ol Newport and join me in expressing to you tho appreciation In which the gift shall lie held on this ship The cup may be forwarded by express or other transportation to my address at Pen STXia Fla The children of Newport contributed nearly n half ton ot pennies with which to buy tho gift PREFERRED DEATH TO ARREST Charles Hutchlnson Pursued by a Posse Committed Suicide Paducah Ky April GlIenry alias Charles Hutchinson colored who shot pfflctr W K Baker at Fulton Ky past Monday committed suicide by fir- Ing two bullets Into his head at 011 bertavflle Ky twenty miles above hare while a posse was in pursuit He first engaged In u battle with life posse using all his cartridges except two The Statehouse Site Frankfort Ky April 7The money was actually paid by the state to the owners of the site for the new state house Frank Chlrin for himself and thin Hunt heirs was paid 28530 John W Rodman 1500 sand Mrs Mary Johnson 2000 Tho legislature ap ICOOOO for the site but abouthalf this amount will suffice YTq Prison For Life Manchester Kyv April sIn tile Leslie circuit court Ran and Bud Asher were given life sentences for the murder of Charley Bloomer Ten of the jurors said favored giV- Ing Bud SlCttho death penalty and when this news Was conveyed to Ash or tho prisoner coolly remarked t wish the other two had been of tho same notion The Head Walters Deed Leltchflcld Ky April 8Wm C Cannon colored head waiter of a French Lick Springs hotel shot and probably fatally wounded his wife anal then committed suicide The wouimi had left him and had been staying for some time with her mother James E taker Died Suddenly Murray Ky April Jamell E Ba er democratic nominee for sheriff lied suddenly at his home hero of heart trouble lie was jailer of this county and very popular lift leaves S largo family IN PERIL OF A MOB The Marshal and His Friends BarrI- caded In His Home Owensboro Ky April 7 Marshal Joe Evans at Deanefteld a mining town near here fatally wounded John Diverts 22 The marshal claims ha was forced to shoot him while trying to place him under arrest Recently an uncle of John Dlvont and Dr John Hale were placed In tko Deanofiold jail At midnight the Jail was discovered In flames and the two men perished their bodies being almost entirely consumed Since that time there has been great feeling against the marshal and talk of mob taw John Divens and another man went to a saloon and bought several drinks Claiming they were disorderly tho marshal told them they were under arrest Dhons puled his pistol ami fired three shots at the officer Evans was wounded In the shoulder Evans returned the fire with fatal result The marshal has gathered at hla hovse pj hs trends who say they will defend him in case of attack by a mop Oui oj Ky April 8Iohn Dlv ens N to v s fhjt and wounded by Joe Evan svri al of the town of TMnc Scld del Kvars has gone to Fords vile and t von himself up Ik claims atf f deferseTHE HAROIS S TRIAL Cuts Called But Owing To a Miss ing Witness Were Passed Lexington Ky April SThe trial of the Harglscs and Callahan charged with tho murder of Jim Cockrlll was again called in the circuit court here but owing to the absence of Anse White chief witness for the commQn wealth the case was again passed un til next Tuesday Commonwealth At torney Allen said every effort hail been made to find the missing witness but as yet he had absolutely no trace of him The defense Insisted that the trial be entered luto but Judge Par ker granted a postponement until Tues day He appointed a special bailiff to scour the mountain counties in search of missing witnesses TRICKED BY A BURGLAR The Patrolman Answered the Tele phone In the Orphans Home LoulsvlKo Ky April SChas Pot ter was arrested charged with break ing Into tho Christian Church Wid owe and Orphans home 809 West Jefferson street Patrolman Marsh was called over the telephone and told that there was a burglar in tho orphans home When the officer reach ed the institution he was admitted bra man who told him there was a bur glar In the rear of the house Invos tigation showed that the burglar had fled The patrolmans Informant at the front door had also disappeared and the officer realized that he hail been tricked by the housebreaker Ho saw Potter later and thinks he Is tlm burglar Attempt To Burn Rucker Hall Lexington Ky April 7Flve at- tcmptsto burn Rucker hall the girls dormitory of the Georgetown Ky college tho largest Baptist institution In tho south have just come to light Five flro3 were started In as many rooms Saturday and Sunday nights last Cases Called dPassed Frankfort Ky April 6The cases of the commonwealth vs W S Tay lor Charles Flnley and John L Pow ers fugitives from justice charged with murder and conspiracy wero formally called on the criminal docket of the Franklin circuit court and passed Would Not Pay Fines Newport Ky April 7Wltb wallets of greenbacks and pockets jing ling with silver and gold Palestlna ScoYtlncu Nicola Gorilla Cordcs Syl vester and Dam Demarchi Italian pcd dlora arrested for peddling without a license went to jail for 1C days each rather than pay fines of JIB Louisville Tobacco Market Loulavillo Ky April G Offerings on tho tobacco breaks Included 9t4 hhds of burloy and 193 hinds of dark Prices on burloy ranged from 450 to 1G75 Prices on dark ranged front 310 to 760 Tho market was not entirely satisfactory Drops Dead After Eating Dinner Carlisle Ky April 8 Thomas S Knox aged 70 years of this county dropped dead after eating a hearty dinner Funeral services were held at the home near this city by his nephew Rev Thomas Knix of tha Kentucky State Bible college Broke the Worlds Record Louisville Ky April 7N J Cart moll broke tho worlds Indoor record for 440 yards at the Y M C A meet Cartmell a Loulsvllla man ran the distance over a 22 lap track in G7 25 seconds Te former Indoor record was 59 45 8l onds The Standard 011 Co Indicted Winchester Ky April 8Theg- rand jury returned 60 indictments against the Standard Oil Co for via lations of the city license ordinances two Indictments for murder and eight for minor offenses I I Kentucky Flashes I BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Assessments on Lands Raised In 11 Counties In the State Frankfort Ky April 12The state board of equalization made Its first preliminary assessment of 18 Western Kentucky counties The county na Minors valuation In Calloway Hop Vine LlTlngston Marshall and Me Craoken counties was accepted Tho Increases are as follows Ballard 25- Ber cent on lands Caldwell 15 port on lands and 4 per cent on town ks Carlisle 10 per cent on lands Ckristlan 20 per cent on lands Crlt t adeu 25 per cent on lands Fulton II per cent on lands and 5 per cent- eR town lots Graves 20 per cent on nth lands and lots HIckinan 25 pe- reat on land and 10 per cent on lots Lyon 15 per cent on lands and 5 per out on lots Union 14 per cent on tonds Webster 15 per cent on lands aid 10 per cent on lots l HART THE HERO He Was the Quest of the Evening at a Louisville Banquet LoulBTllle Ky April 12 Broiling as the band played Hall to the Cons uror and while the speakers utter ml his praise Marvin Hart victor over Jack Johnson sat at the head of a banquet table at the Louisville hotel Mil heard his future victories sung Two hundred peoplo sat at the ban etwet table Harris Kelly presided as toastmaster Leading politicians reI landed to toasts Ho was welcomed home as the future champion and a God bless you as the band played Old Kentucky Home Judges off- ieus and other officials were on hand to swell the welcome of Louisvilles pride and the hour was late when the notes of the band ceased to play Back Back to Baltimore STANDARD OIL CO h About 400 Indictments Are Returned Against It- t Frankfort Ky April 12About 400 l4Ictments charging the Standard 011 Co with failure to take out peddlers Shane as required by the Kentucky statutes were returned by the Frank Ida county grand jury Similar Indict ments have been returned recently In several counties In the state Thirsty Child Saved the Family BelleTue Ky April 12The family of Charles Harpell had a narrow es wipe from death by suffocation An lii rorbeated range set fire to the kltch on furniture while the family was asleep One of tho children awakened and calling her father asked for a drink of water Capt Whitlow Dead Louisville Ky April 12Capt Wil liam Whitlow captain and mate on the big boats of antebellum days died la New Orleans Ho lived here for many years and has many relatives hero lie was a brother of Capt Lloyd and Mate Wm W Whitlow 11Whltlow AlanaDale Injured Lexington Ky April 12 Alana x Dele T C McDowells candidate in several of the principal races on east era tracks for the coming season cut Ma foot on a piece of glass and it has been found necessary to suspend train tar temporarily r Twenty Years In the Pen Burlington Ky April 12ln the Ircult court hero A P Glacken plead I ed guilty to an Indictment brought by a special grand Jury and his punish meat was fixed at 20 years In the pen Itentlary The charge was preferred bf a girl In Favor of Swanner London Ky April 12The contest ever the republican nomination fort sheriff of Laurel county between lien ry M Whitaker and George W Swan ur was tried by the county commit tee and decided in favor of Swanner Hargis Trial Postponed Lexington ICy April 12The Har BIs Callahan case was called After tlsegular pctnel of jurymen was ex hausted the trial was adjourned until Thursday as the special venire of 500 MMI bad not yet reported In court Knox Circuit Court Convenes Darbourvillo Ky April 12JudIQ Faulkner opened the spring term ol be Knox circuit court here and the Mutton will continue for three weeks Tke docket la crowded and several Murder cases will come up for trial Blackburns Conference Louisville Ky April 12J C 8 Blackburn will arrive hero to conferI at Seelbachs hotel with Us confidential advisers on matters relating to his candidacy for reelec tion Oov Beckham has arrived Corrigan In Lexington Lexington Ky April l2Ed Corrl I gun the Windy City turfman and or ganlzor of the American Jockey club arrived here and after spending tho day at his Freeland stud left again fur New Orleans State Plumbers Association Louisville Ky April 12The Stato Plumbers association elected Jacob Isaac Louisville president George Balmc Covington vice president George F Rosor secretary and treas urea =Climate and Crop Bulletin Louisville Ky April 12The first weekly climate and crop bulletin of the year was Issued by tho weather bureau It shows that the past week was well suited to farm work t is 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 MOHAIRSJSERGES FRENCH MADRAS SILK MULLS SILK WAISTING GINGHAMS ORGANDIES AWNS PEROALES 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 BLUER AND BROWNS OUR STOCK OF WHITE GOODS IS COMPLETE IN ALL THE NEW STYLE PATTERNS COYLE HAYES 11 1 1 1 I I 1 I I II I 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 11 I I I 1 I I 1 I I 11 I I 11 I I I I I I I I I Eastern Kentucky News So correspondence publiiei ultit tiget Is ran by tkt writer The same It sot for publication bat U oa evUtnce or good faith Write pUlsly 0 OWSLEY COUNTY OABBARD April SMarch has passed oil without any snow und many old people say that it has been tho prettiest March they have seen for many a earMost all the farmers aro done sowing oats and are now preparing for cornB W Minter was here last FridayMrs Lucinda Frost and children of Booneville visited relatives in Stringtown last week Some of our citizens predict that this will be the year for seven locustsIsaac Bolin has move on the Snake Branch on Findley Bolins landS A Gab bard of Cow Creek was here Sun dayH H Rico was at Booneville Tuesday on business Grant Gab bardwas on Buffalo Creek Saturday Jacob Gabbard bettor know as Broker returned home from Fin castle last Saturday Jacob Gabbard Little Jako is out again after being confined to his room for nearly a week Miss Jocie Reynolds is stay ing with Mis Nannie Moore for a couple of weeks Messers Reynolds and Jones drummers passed through hero last weokC B Gabbard was at Boonevillo Saturday night attend ing the Odd Fellows Lodge of which he is a member Loo Barrett is going to help W B Gabbard make a crop this year He is n jolly fellow which Mr Gabbard ought to be proud to have with him this summer John R Moore and John Reynolds visited relatives at Eversole Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mettle Scale of Booneville visited her sistor Rose at this place Saturday and Sunday Henry Gabbard of this place visited friends on Doe Creek Saturday night and SundayC B Moore was at Boonevillo Friday Lincoln Bolin of Eversolo was hero Friday Little Dewey Gabbard is still improving at this writing James Burns tho Irish peddler was hero SaturdayJohn R Gilbert of South Fork passed through here Friday United States Marshalls recently made a raid on Buffalo Creek destroying quite a number of gallons of boor MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS April 7It is reported hero that Misses Bessie Nancy and Mary Eliza Roberts of Lafolletto Toon former ly of this place are very low with typhoid fever Eli Cornolison Jr has his new barn well under con struction Miss Joice Harris is clerking at C C Rhoduss at Berea Mr Dick with the cabinet organ accompanied by Miss Richardson and another lady from Beroa wore among our visitors at Sundayschool last SundayMrs Thana HuKeehan has daysMrsMrs Thana McKeeliau Misses Maggie Adams and Pattie Maupin are expected home this week from Whites Station Mrs Corallo Adams and Mrs Ida Thorpe visited John Fcrtune and family at Kingston TUn contly William Bush and wife hay been very sick the past few weeks Harbor John and Farley Smith Whites Station spent over Saturday with Luther Muupin Jeff Wilson has returned from Hamilton Ohio BARE KNOB April 11We have had some nice showers of rain recently Rev M K Pasco filled his appointment Sunda evening at the now church We ha a nice Sundayschool and listened tj a goodsermonT J Lake was n Richmond Friday and Saturday ot business Mr and Mrs J1I Bakei visited friends and relatives at Wildi the latter part of last wockMi8l Ella Lake lies returned home agaij for a few months vacation botweet school times She says nine months pf school is enough for her at a time without some vacations T J Lake and A C Hart called on friends at Kingston Sunday Thoy report a fine timeHurrah for THE CITIZE and its readers Now is a splendid time to subscribe for it It 8 excellent explanations on all subjects Read it carefully It helps tho farmers wives sons and daughters Subscribe for it now- PEYTONTOWN April 1O0ur pastor Rev R Munday made a short visit with Monday Rev G L Campbell met the executive board in Richmond last Saturday The good Samaritan order will give an entertainment at the church and also public speaking by members of different places Sat unsay night April 15Miss Addell Phelps began a select school at the schoolhouse Monday Little Rhodes Allen White is very ill this week Miss N V Miller who spent the winter in Cincinnati Ohio is at hom- eagalnMrs Amanda Martin who- havo been quite ill for sometime convalescent Miss Mary V White is at homo again after a winters stay at Fort Estill George Wright will leave for Indianapolis Ind in a few days JACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK April 10 Buford Collins call SundayThomas 8 Sophia Isaacs visited at Bud manes Sunday Born to the wife of Clifton Alcorn a nine pound girlThe countySaturdayported correctly J F Englo for county judge John Farmer jailor Tyra Lainhart sheriff Grant Collier county clerk Godfrey Rador com monwealth attorney John Moore is magistrate in this district Also John S Lakes is assessor Bud Isaacs recently bought a cow from Mrs M F Wilson Abijah Wilson traded horses with Posio Edwards Curtis Alcorn bought n horse from Wm Muvcum and is now mail carrier ou the Drip Rock and McKeo Mail Route Gardening has begun herein good earnest Turner Kolloy Th finishing his oat sowing to dayA mUll tan bark peeling and tie milking are going on horoProspect for fruit is good hero except for peaches EVERGREEN April toThe primary election was hold April 8th in Jackson county Miss Sallie Hollard Mr Daniel Boone Heron Mr Jacob Lake Mr D J Carp Mr Frank Hawkins and Mr Tom Hellard wero the guests of Mr Peter Roso Tuewlay nlghtMr Godfrey Rader candidate for county attorney was there and set up a big chicken supper All report a good timeMiss Sarah A Lake found n goose nest at the old Samuel Rose place with thirtysix eggs in itMiss Sallio Hellard visited Edward Lake Wednesday Miss Isabel Drew vie ited her daughter at Beroa this week George Sparks and Grover Drew returned home from school at Egypt this weekMr C J Lake visited his father on Silver Crook this week Miss Sarah A Lake was tho guest of James Rose this wookMr Jesse Hobbs and family visited Will Smith this weekIVill Shoat Hollard Is working for Dr Jon Rose while his father anti mother spud tho summer visiting their fril1lldtJD J Car peter John A Lane and Mary J Hose were gusts of Mr Bill Beef IVednesdayW II Isaacs has moved to Rockcostlo countyT A Kitchen tho pastor of Pine Grove church is getting on nicely11o are having five weather this spring Lots of work is going on hero FLAT RIVER MO April llWillOU please find space in tho CITIZEN for a few remarks from me us I havo man friends in Boron and vicinity who would be glad to hear from mof I carne hero Dec 22 1003 ami have had good health and good hick in everyvay R J Smith anti I ajo contracting and building We havo six houses on hand mud two more if wo can reach them Wt have many friends in Flat River Wo have ono of tho largest churches in southeast Mo it has now over t 300 members having had over 50 additions during tho hut two weeks Rev IL F Aulick who was once pastor of tho Berca Baptist Church 2s now our pastor here and is making great success in his ministry hero I nm a former citizen of Boro Reynoldsof FOR SALE 28 tons of nice Timothy baled hey GO cents per hundred delivered in en near Berea or CD cents at the farm SHELBY C TUDOR Boron Ky Thorough bred Plymouth flock eggs 50c a setting Mrs Jas A Todd Paint Lick u All Run Down HIS is a common expres sion we hear on every side Unless there is some organic trouble the con dition can doubtless be remedied Your doctor is the best adviser Do not dose yourself with all kinds of advertised remedies uget his opinion More than likely you need a concentrated fat food to enrich your blood and tone up the system Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is just such a food in its best form toIt will build up the weakened and wasted body when ali other foods fail to nourish II you arc run down or emaciated give it a trial t it cannot hurled you It is essentially the bcst possible nourishment for delicate children and paje anaemic girls We will send you a sample free r1dunInthe wrappuufeverybutlle buyIChinutJ 409 furl Sttet Ntw Yor- ks0and i N ll Druttlst Carriage Satisfaction Here I Our Vehicles sro every one FLAWLESS In wheel body finish and trimmings No other sort could give the satisfaction our than HERE No better time to buy than NOW Prices down to Hock bottom Qualities up to Top notch We repaint repair and retire Get our prices WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Rlelunoiid Ky t Wakeful Sleeplessness Is a Sign of Nerve Trou ble and Should Be Looked To There are three different manifesta liens of ilecplrcjneu First hardly to sleep a wink nil night Jc ond to lie awake a lone time before railing asleep third to full asleep soon waking up after several hours wad then find It bard to sleep Again They mean that somewhere In the nerve fibres somewhere In the brain olls somewhere In the Weed vessels that earry Wood to the brain something Is radically wrong and must be righted or the end may be worse than death To right It take Dr Mlles Nervlne Seme other symptoms of nerve trou ble are 0luln II Jleadaehe Slack ache Worry Fretfulnwa Irrltablllty Melancholy Lack of Arabltlen They Indicate diseases which may lead to Epilepsy Fits 8L Vltus Vance Nervous Prostration Fanilysli Insanity Nothing will glvc ouch quick and lut Inc relief u Dr Stiles Nervlne My husband had been pick for week could net sU up to writ his bed mad Ittbeneither slap or eat Our baby girl was sent away and all callers burred tw cause he eeutd not stand a bU ef talk Ing1 I Sad of a ease of nervous pros- t tration cured by Dr Mlles Itestoratlv Nervine We began giving It to him and In a few days ha was able to bo dressed From that time he steadily Improved Nervtn MVM his life A O 1IASK1X PreevlU N Y I Write to us for Freo Trial uPainfor Pain Also Symptom BpeolalUt will dlacnon your ease tell you what Is wren and low to right ItFree OIL MILHH MKDI1 CO- LA1iORATUflfl5 hLK11A1t UU of 40 C E G D I D Ut 1005 Was by E be of poisons bo have friends see them at yours KY H I WM troubled with ftorn Mb trouble Tbtdfordi Black tori medicine I took In B A II A II R Block Draught crulckl action of the stomach and cures even chronic cases of If you a small Thed fords Black Draught OOCA alan ally keep your More than by other disease BlackDraught not only J04 Herea but cures diarrha a and and the regular All drugglrta altaS oeat paakapes to regulate the Ferry N Buggies KENTUCKY CARRIAGE For Sale Ono house anti lot ou wist end Center Derea Ky house has four rooms boxed anti la good condition for weather boarding etc Built last fall Lot 120 by 121 feet lor garden For further particulate call on or owner Boron Ky y If you gnt an Oitbnrn you THE BEST DISC HARROWS AND RAKES Also Sell AMERICAN BANNER STEEL FENCE Let mo send you hay and Good and cheap Ae P SETTLE Jr Depot Street Phone i DOUGLAS SIMMONS AR BUCK L- EAn to the Public i January ARBUCKLE AND SIMMONS succeeded 0 DOUGLAS AND COMPANY Tho firm will composed the three above who j Iwill pleased to their call and tho i old stand Respectfully Ce Ee DOUGLAS CO 0RICHMOND INDIGESTION goodIsa- yearMRB 8UlfUPIBLDIIIIUIYII1ID4 Thedfordf indigestion will dose will perfectTHEDfORDS- LAwDRAU6MT Icknessficausedby constipation any Thedford constipation dysentery keeps bowels laokDraught bowels used11112EC- CQIISTIATJQI1 1Runabohts SurriosTraps Durable GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish givoNo Street room PRICE 450 BALESj THE BEST get MOWERS some uLlpntulI Announcement same PRODUCE CHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at top notch prices by J S GOTT Depot Street Dorea Ky Miss SUE SMITH la now ready to do FIN- EDRESSMAKING AND SEWING j Located on 4 CENTER STREET House next to Bert Coddingtons