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HH 11111 IHIII 1 HI1 JuIr BEREA PUBLISHING COL 0 HINMAN Manager l Bafcitd ol lAs Potteft at Btna Ay M ucond but natt IIIo11f1 1iiit1i iiii iii 1VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 20 1905 One dollar a year NO II IDEAS Dont IMS cccenlriounlesN you can afford it ovalwhealyourenew your your subscription Dont hide your light under H busheluse quart cup cold demon strate your economical turn LONIR ctlle Times FROM THE WIDE WORLD The Mol enn minta linvolx un defi nitely closed to tho free cofnnge of silver A marked change in tone toward tho United States In noticeable in tho nmvMpaKrH of St Petersburg Gennnn interests nre mid to have- dnnrwttkilas o7 Kttrel tilstx Slmntungproviuce in China Jluli81laMA ToWo dispatch nccusep France of giving oflicient aid to tho Hiuwian Heel and that it In now necessary for Japan to notify Great Uritinn nnd obtain her coo ocnition according to tbe term of the AiigloJnpnnctw nl linnet Reports aro conflicting us to tho whereabouts of Admiral Kojcstven skyssquadron One dispatch says it was sighted nt Turns Hay Sunday Another says it was seen off of Hong Kong and others still swim to indi cat that it is doubtful if tho fleet hI left Kamninh Ray There in no con I Urination of any of the rumors of en grtgpmentft at Naturn Islands or else- where IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Fire in tho Grand Trunk union depot at Durnnd Mich caused dun ago to tho extent of 125000 Gen John Palmer former Com 4rmrorPlans for n school of fine arts equal to the EcoledesIhealxArtsof Paris i have been made public by Dr Ni cholas Murray Butler of Columbia Lnivorslly Tho condition of Joseph Jefferson the veteran actor who is ill at Palm Bench Fla is critical In the oxtremol- 1ull IQs death is considered probabla 1atany moment President Godo of the Lewis and Clark Exposition says that every detail of tho fair will have been com pleted three days before tho late of opening Jua01- Chester Bell of Muulco Tnd was arcidently found to have cigaretteo apcrs in his pocket and was fined 2u andcosts tho first conviction under tho new law Tho Union Pacific railroad will I place gasoline motor ears in Hervico today between Grand 1111 II till andSt Paul Nob and expects later on t place nimiliar cars on all its small brunch lines Tho now Board of Directors of tho Panama Railroad Company now con trolled by tho Government matte a complete revision of tho officers o the company Theodore P Shoa to is made president John F Wal lace vice president nut general moan auger Tennessee is now attracting mo interest as an oil field that fur months past A good strike in Dixon county which brought in a fifteenbarrel well of a quality said to bo tho lest yet produced in eitherTennesseo or Kentucky is responsible for tho renewed activity COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho wearing of stripes at tho Louis villo Work House has been discarded and tho malo prisoners hereafter will wear dark jeans Tho United States Supremo I declared invalid tho statute requirIn- all T national banks of Kentucky t l make returns of nil shares of stoe purposest by Tho Herald as to what two of Kentucky Sons should le honored by having their statues placed in tho Hall of Statuary will close on Saturday Apr 20th W J Bryan lectured at Williams burg Ky nut promised 500 from the Bennett fund of which ho is trustee with which to endow 1 Williamsburgr l contemplate tho protection of birds of other States Mr Charles I Stewart formerly of Louisville and more recently o Philadelphia has joined The Lexington Herald staff Mr Stewart was for four years connected with tho Louisville Dispatch THE CITIZEN IOUTSIDE THE HAPPY HUNTING GROUNDSI Chorus of CorrttpondtnU Anything to Oblige You But Were Missing the Opportunity of Our Lives = c = == = =THE CINCINNATI EXCURSION A Special Train of Five Coaches Necessary All the Credit of Its Success While In City Due to Cincinnati Friends Boron College has known ninny eventful days but perhaps none will Ixi rvmemlorelwith greater pleasure than Cincinnati Day April 1J 1105 Tho success of this the first excursion to the big city assures tho popularity and oruuanenoy of this holiday in the College calendar Tho weather man put forth his beat brand of n perfect spring day The temllCrI dents and tcachem tho kindor eople who have a good time wherever they go And lastly the good paRRIus preclude all worry The Start In the small hours of the morning nxIand by 415 all were gathered in kindlyoGamble was tho Baedeker of tho oc casion and his flock lunch bag underarm arrived IInrelat tho station TJio excursion train made up of four coaches old a smoker which by tho- r way tho conductor was surprised to Sad unoccupied both going and coming pulled out shortly allot tho scheduled time of 5 A M- En Route reThe College Band helped pass tho time by their musical entertainment Social privileges reigned Hupreme and soon everyone felt acquainted with everybody else Tho landscape clothed in its spring dross furnished u continuous feast for tho eye throughout tho journey Dr Corne lius increased tho happiness of several trainsick ones by generously putting his medical skill into practice A Pleasant Surprise Cincinnati was reached at 080 Af Hero a pleasant raftprise in the form 1ota committeeof Cincinnati clergymen and business men was waiting l3k lock and Rovs Chas S Brown J 0 White and Dr Pratt were on hand not only to express n verbal welcome but to exhibit a welcome in working order Wo wish to express to them our sincere thanks for tho thought timo and goodwill they put into tho splendid program for tho day It was thoroughly appreciated is time rots of all They mado everyone presentgboquet which also served luring tho as a badge of recognition The 0partynns embarked upon four special trolley curs which were tho means of conveyance throughout tho day Points of Interest Visited Proceeding by way of Fourth pointsfMuseum were reached This Is a beautifully situated building roar tho entrance to tho Park It contains a- very choice display of paintings and statuary An armor room with models of tho weapons of defense from time time When Knighthood was in Flower down to tho present proved of great interest Thu time was all too short to view the Indian Room tho Egyptian room tho curved ivory and cut glass exhibit and hundred other timings of interest Prom here ZoologicalGanlons Hunger now hogan to assort its claims nod it required the contorts of each little lunch hag to satisfy the goneroushospitality mittee was exhibited in tho distri bution of largo luscious oranges to the excursionists Lunch over the animals and birds of tho Zoo were oyesTimoally entertaining if the lions roar and the piteous mew of the jaguar are considered as entertaining Tho giraffes though rather up in tho world seemed glad to welcome the visitors as evidenced by their graceful cantering up and down in their narrow pen The hip opotamuswn8 perhaps tho greatest novelty of tho Zoo ninny for tho first tiny witness ing this peculiar beast At 2 oclock tho party was headed for tho Bullock Electrical works ono of tho largest in the United States One could only gain n faint idea of tho immensity tho work carried on hero in tho short timo allowed to promisesI began time return city seven miles distant and in so doing pressed through Avondnle and tho beautiful Walnut Hills suburb Arrived at tho First National Bank the party was divided half going into tho building and tho rest going to tho Union Trust building on tho opposite proviously tho roofs of these buildings As they are seventeen stories high u splendid birds eye view of tho city and of the Ohio river for a considerable distance was obtained On tho way to time Manhattan restaurant where u good lunch was enjoyed by all tho visitors wore conducted through Poguos store one of tho largest in the city Return Trip Without Incident At six oclock p in time excursion fats began tho homo trip to Berea They left Cincinnati feeling that tho hosts of time day hind done all in their power to make tho occasion one of enjoyment in every particular for tho visitors and that they had succeeded was written in the glow of satisfaction on every face Berea was reached about 1130 p m and thoughall Irore symptons of weari ness they were unable to express their delight at tho success of tho days outing Secretary Gamble and tho others who have labored so faithfully to make this excursion a possibility nro to bo congratulated upon tho success crowning their ef forts Those Two Hundred Pictures Greet 0lsplayat the Industrial Build Int Tho display of large pictures copied from the famous paintings of the world which wo noticed last week In to lw given in the Industrial Buildiilg instead of the north room of time new Chapel on account of tho cold weather Tho collection shows tho work of distinguished artists of all nations Many of thjtpictures of which these me cojlesJulio been sold for tens of thousands of dollars and timers is a great ariety t battle scenes and home scenes horses cattle children ills tinguished men landscapes build ings ocean views and scenes of ideal taut combining to mako this as theHoflton Transcript says One of 4hy best collections of pictures over brought together in this country The pictures will be on exhibition with n competent guide to explain them on Thursday Friday and Saturday morn 3 to Sp M Admission fifteen cents Children under fifteen ten cents TltMS In Spite of the Voters It frill bo remembered in tho elec tion of motored school trustees in tho fall of 1003 timers was a spontaneous uprisingof tho people and Mr Al overwhelmimmglydofeate beingMrmuch to the regret of his neighbors CountySuperintendent has app lnted in his place the identi cal mail who was rejected by the voters no that Mr Titus is trustee in spito of tho will of the people Tho reason for tho appointment is that since losing his mail route Mr Titus has become tho colored Democrat of Berea He has as might have been expected declined to favor the ap pointment of competent teachers especially n competent man teacher school amid in general stands ready to hinder tho plan of improved schools which is being carried out by tho people headed by byMrsDr Parsons Birthday As is usual In There on AprUT17 mill class exercises were suspended for the day old students and faculty united to celebrate tho birthday of Bereas chief benefactor There is deeperdebtdelights to honor more than Dr Pearsons A large audience of citi zens and students gathered ut th Tabernacle at 230 11 to hear n address by Dr Barton Tho exorcises were opened by music by the baud after which Rev Thomson led in prayer Tho chairman Dr Hubbell then introduced the speaker of tim occasion Dr Barton took the floor Rm nearly applause antI when it had subsjded expressed his pleasure nt being present on such an occasion lie said it required only half an in vitqtion to bring him to Boron and in Fact that was nil he had hud this time He briefly outlined Dr Pearson s life from his early college lays until tho present Dr Pearson he said delighted to call himself n mountain white having been porn and raised in tho mountains of Vermont Ho bad secured an education by dint of hard work and careful economy and he was therefore in n position to ap predate tho dlllicu1t los of a poor toy in securing an education and to render him intelligent assistance He characterized Dr Pearson as n man of humble mionlliving com Portably but not extravagantly Ho gives to worthy objects because he enjoys giving and because he regards time wealth with which God has blessed him as n trust to be used t- Ills glory Dr Barton dwelt at some length upon Boreas water lastsewerage system Dr Pearsons and greatest gift to the College The announcement of time gift was mado at Commencement last year and tho work is now nearing completion The donor regards this as one of his best investments Mummy helpful lessons were drawn front the life and character of Dr Pearsons which might well bo fol lowed in the lives of nil Dr Barton quito sustained his reputation as 1111 entertaining anti in structive speaker The Glee Club contributed two selections one before and one after tho address of time afternoon The now college song the words of which wore composed by Prof Dinsmoro wits sprung for tho first timo and made quite a hit Time music for the song was composed by Prof Weaver A closing prayer b Dr Mayo and music by the band brought tho ex orcises to a close 11 I t I 11 11111111 1 I 1 1111 I tSixteen Departments Eight Pages H of Quarterly Report of the Berea Banking Co AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS MARCH 31 1905 I RKBOUROKa Loam end Discounts G Poi aS Due from National Usuki xm bo zl Other lies KtUte 300 00 Specie I 812 GI l Currency I fas 001 2 311 09 Furniture and Fixtures 3 gg 1 pd Current Kxixnset Lait Quarter b14 G9 Intercut Iatd Jr6 as- En J 9 um STATE OF KFJJTlOKV Countrol Madlton UAIIIUTIES Capital Stock paid In In cash tii ore 00 Surplus Fund 100000 Undivided Proflm if 70119 whichIntemtTim hInttrll 10130 HI Cuhleri Cheeks ouUtandlng s U- Bllli tertlKonntol 10 000 OJ I flUFrlKUKNTARV Amount of lattcllTldcnd tCOO W Wtreall exl nneiiIoMcllntetettand taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dlvidend and was not lew than 101 ercentof net profit of the bank for the period co1tI 1br the dividend carried to tho surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes See See39C Kr Slat 16 erne k IIw H Porter Cashier of Here Banking Coa batik located and doing buslnei In the town of Berea In said county king 1ul1lworn ujt the foregoing report It In all respect a true statement of the condition of taM bank at the clou of builneit on the Slut day of Much 1005 to the bet of his knowledge and belief and further u that thebounce of laid bank hu been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report li made In compliance with an offidal notice received from the Secretary of Slate 1tlgnatlnllhe Slit day of March loa II the day itch report shall be made Subscribed and sworn 19 before me by W U Porter W H PORTEK Cashier the ITih day of April 1905 j BcaorrrE Director JESSE COBB C M 0 C J W DwiMOai Director by J M K4BLY D CPCORXKUCS Director Berea Banking Company CAPITAL 2500000 J J MOORE Pros W H PORTER Cashie- rrolronttovorororor ooooooooooooooooo oo A 0 o 0 0 11Ao Look here new customer f g We have a new line of o 0 Spring i and Summer Goods 0 o And are prepared to offer the buyers a oBuptodate line ever shown in Berea We osolicit your spring trade on the represen i oeto your rom u- setcarry a full line of mens and ladies ishoes and a complete line of gents furnish o- o ings We guarantee to give the best x o quality of goods for the price and our prices are always the lowest Call and see us b 0o o 1 O o THE NEW CASH STORE lo C C RHODVS Prop o x- o 0- o 11 K oMoMo7AOkokoSrotoSloMoitolgoitottoirotto1to71okoigotto ogottol+ okoli e I RICHMOND GREENHOUSES IPhone 188 Richmond Ky ICut FlowersII Blooming Plants N I +o+o Fc +o+c+o+04o4 o+o+o+o Fo +04 040 +0401 o4 o+a+o4 04 0+0 J THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON o ouoFURNITURE CARPET or MATTING 0+ + Take a Look Through Our Stock o how well and how we cant + New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sewing Machines c f25 T30 and 35 worth S f6O and 65 + 0 0404040 +o+o+o+o+o+o404040404040 +0404040 +040 +0404040 TRIBUTE Pay tribute not alone otr dead Who claim the tears due mend dUst Whose lives to valor long were wed Whose deeds were wise and Jt st Rather 0 friend pause In thy quest For golden wealth for wider fame And give to those not richly blest Immunity from blame Pause thou and praise the men who try Albeit failure orowus their work And gladly sound the names on high Of those who never shirk SO no fit reward to merit give heat kindness unto error show Commend the good In those who live Perhaps tho dead may know Give flowers fair flowers to tender hands That clasp thy love and speed it far And watching by the ebbing sands Look up and see lifes star And ever softly speak a word To put new hope In those who fall For censures voice U never heard Where prayers alone avail Charles W Stevenson In Washington Star The Iron BrigadeA OF THE POTOMAC By GEN CHARLES KING hrorlfra Eo16Thu Qotbulo- Daerhtrr nil mjMTW QoPJrIbcllm by aT DnnaghamC- oCHAPTER XXL CONTINUED Well well said the colonel they have been prompt You can get to Acqula by noon cant you Not 1C he goes back by way ot Old Scoffers remarked a field officer thoughtfully Fred dont you Imagine the chief wants to smooth things a bit before you tell Stanton all about IU Dont go back Benton Just let him sweat Itll mako him more civil another time began an impetuous comrade but stopped abort at sight of the cloud In Bentons eyes the anx ious look in the colonels fine clearcut soldierly face It was tho latter who spoke again and without Interruption for already he had won the faith of even such martial Iconoclasts as the Black Hats This means something more than a mere difference due to 111 temper said he You are wanted for a purpose Benton It Isabout Ladue do you think Fred had already risen I shouldnt bo surprised he answered thinking uncontrollably of the words of his Washington informant God help the man that has to bump up against Stanton Just now Yet he rode back to headquarters and surely enough found his chief there chafing and suspicious Whats Stanton want of you he blurted out You haventYou didntmake a row about what I said Monday night did you We were all crossgrnlned then and I didnt happen to think you had to look me up and sogot lost I have certainly written to a friend at Washington asking for other duty Mr said Benton firmly though his an ger had vanished and given place to sadness and anxiety I dId not get lost however I obeyed orders and under similar circumstances should do so again Ive told you I didnt understand the matter at the time or I shouldnt have said perhaps what I did broke in Old Scoffer both hurt and troubled If youre golng to start in on your army career with the Idea that youre never going to get hauled over the coals you ro mistaken your profes sion Scoffer knew bo had been In the wrong ire wanted to undo the wrong lIe simply didnt know how and Denton wouldnt help him And so they parted enemies If any thing and preceded by the story of Old Scoffers vehement assertion en forged of course in transit that he had more friends In the south than in the army Benton reported the following day at the war department and was shown Into the presence of the angering secretary For a moment each studied the other and the menace In Stantons frown roused the spirit of fight In Bcntons not too pacific temperament What business has a man to look at me as though he thought I ought to be hang ed no matter If he is war secretary was the qUestlon uppermost In the Badgers mind Ills father tho squire had once trounced a brotherinlaw for less The bump of Insubordination was rising even before the secretarys first questionlIow came you so late slrt And the bump was In his throat as flushing to the brows the Badger answered Possibly because I was kept waiting an hour outside sir Stantons veins seemed to swell to thrice their natural size and his strong face fringed by the irongray beard turned almost purple You win be wise to keep your tem per young sire if you wish to keep your commission You owe your escape from rebel hands I am told to certain members of Dr Chiltons family of Cbarlottesvllle No answer It Is so Is it not tIt One member only sir Lieut Ladue was your Intimate fl lend at home I believe Stantont ris tapping tile desk with a lon- gruleran ominous sign said they who knew him He was sir Was it to square accounts with the CnlJtOD you sought to shluld him 1 have bad to shield him In no way I sir Ho had been brought here before I could see him 8ulnI JThenton was it1 And the professional crossexaminer tapped mora swiftly on the table and his eyes fairly biased through the spectacles Denton was boiling over now- I never hoard until an hour ago that ho had got away sir Im g mad I daro say said tho secre tary with sarcastic force We heard as much of youand moro Then l sudden as a steel trap What did you i do with the papers you received from Laduo This time there was no mistaking Bentons start of amaze He was kneel ing by poor Pauls side In the hospital tent when with feeble nerveless haml the boy had passed a little packet to him and faintly whispered jits re questWhat did you do with them de manded Stanton and now the officers standing at the side of the room seemed to hold their breath Nothing as yet was the unlooked for replyThen you ecill have those papers and Stanton seemed rising from his chairYes sir and Bonton seemed ready to spring to meet him with fight in every line of his face Hero and Stanton had dropped the ruler and gripped the arm of his chairHere and Benton had tho toueh lfyoudare look of a bulldog watch- Ing a bone- YOII may deliver thorn to Maj Thorpe said Stanton as though the matter were settled and the major accordingly but uncertainly advanced a step or two Ho was fifty years of age and Benton was barely halt his years but the elder little liked the look of tho youngers eyes I may not Mr Secretary and despite his wrath something almost like a smile of amusement played about the corners of Bentons firm set lips Those letters concern only two people on earth Ladue andmy sister You may have my resignation this minute but not her letters CHAPTER XXII CAPT BENTON YOtTIlE A COW ARm A spy In camp was what the bri gade said when it heard the story that came from Washington and hopping mad Was the brigade Its fur had been rubbed the wrong way by the little flings of rivals prompted by the pitiable envy that seems in separable from any profession whose WELCOME reward is mainly reputation Its sense of subordination too had been tried by tales of sneering remarks made by Gen This or Col That and it firmly believed that much of Fred Bentons present trouble was duo to tho fact that he wouldnt stand hear ing them abused belittled or ma ligned In greatly exaggerated form the rumor of bs disagreements with his fellow start officers and his row with Old Scoffer had gone the round of the regiments to the end that Fred was now looked upon as a hero and a champion even by the Black Hats who rarely saw heroism In anybody who scouted the idea of needing a champion and who pronounced one general of tho Army of the Potomac at least a consummate ass They wero mad clear through when told he had declared Denton disloyal had more friends in the south than in the army Only a few weeks previous they had been pulling Denton to pieces among themselves because of his apparent neglect of them and prefer ence for his new associates Now they were all afire at the idea of any one abusing him and there was wrath and wonder in camp when It was learned that by order of Stanton him self Fred Benton was held In close arrest with the prospect said rumor of being sent to that socalled bastlle of the war daysFort Lafayette Oh a beautiful case was this worked up against Capt Fred Benton A D C If the rumors from the rear could be believed and strange It was Indeed that in the midst of all the wrath and despond In all ranks there should ap pear at the camps of the Iron Brigade shaking hands with brother officers and soldIer thut very able talker and genial fellowcitizen MaJ McKInnon and Mac had lots to tell Growlers and most men were growlers that wo ful ChrIstmastide along the Stafford Heightswho asked him why he duItyChristmas Growlers at first otly growled when McKlnnon tentulvcly began to talk about Benton and La due but later they listenedmost men wMl and when ho returned three days later to his court at the capital and made report to certain confiden tial otllcors at tho department it must ba admitted thut though he took back with him far low of compromising character concerning Benton than he expected and hoped ho left a lot behind him And all this time there lay at the old capitol prison awaiting needed evidence to prove him a spy a very luckless young soldier Paul Ladue All this time thorn fumed and chafed confined in arrest to the limits pt Grebli Barracks and the adjoining square In which were the officers quarters Capt Fred Benton A D C wellnigh for bidden to be seen by anybody save secret service specimens detailed for the purpose All this time there was a man that could have thrown light on the situation but most unaccountably had ho disappeared Jennings was again at large and the department declared It know not whither he had gone He had been released was the explanation well because It would appear that he had only done what humanity dictated helped and nursed a half drowned half feverburned hall dying man ti Then the squire came out hnm the west and that lusty patriot happened to be at odds with state officials over some regimental appointment The great president was now confronted by now and direful problems Burn side had demanded the dismissal of several of his generals or else his own A new chief ot the arm had to be chosen at this orlsls of Its history No wonder the mighty cap tain could not anchor his craft In the rush of tho rapids and lower a boat for the little boys apple Nqwonder he had no time to personally Invest gate the case of Bentons beloved son The new housekeeper hesaid would quit without notice rather than submit to interference With sor rowing suffering anxious heart he let Burnslde go and set Burnsldes fiercest critic himself to lose his head a few weeks later In Burnsldes place and then tho great loyal tripletried army went in again with overwhelming numbers to round up that thin gray line along the southward heights Again the fords were ribboned with the pale blue columns as a dozen great divisions circled the confederate left Again did Jackson dare to drop every thing at the front swing clear round the outermost line and como crushing In on an astonished and bewildered flank Never say the confederates and God knows they know did the Yanks fight harder than at Chancellors vl11ethat Is those who fought at all for only a fourth of their entire array got a chance but again Back to the fords was the order and cursing their luck and praying for a fair fight and no favor back the fourth time went the army Then camo the sum mer the race for the Potomac and the rush at last to tiro highwater mark of rebellion on the shores of the Susquehanna But meantime thero had been a scene or two at Washington never men tioned in the chronicles of the day and in the midst of alarms and die tractions such as Washington had never known before Such matters as the public cowhIding of an army officer almost In front of the white house would be scareheaded from Maine to Manilla today but the papers had no space for It then Squire Benton had touched up McKlnnona new uniform to the tune of 30 lashes before tho police could step in and spoil the sport and only In a local journal and one or two In the far west was the affair referred to Paul Ladue convalescent had been twice subjected to rigid questioning with the hope of establishing the guilty connivance in his escape of a certain Baltimore household as well as a cer tain union officer and with tho result of establishing nothing beyond the fact that even In his weakness he had more strength and sand than the prosecu tion Then he was tendered release on parolo for long investigation had failed to unearth a thing to warrant detention as a spy A romantic turn in the tide of affairs had come when a certain senator called on the secretary and offered to show that the incriminating papers which Denton had refused to surrender and which Miss Benton now would be will- Ing to show If necessary to save the prisoners life were personal letters and nothing more Stanton knew this probably as well as tho senator but was wroth that any one else should know It and furious that an ulcer should dare refuse to surrender them no matter what or whose they were Then Ladues Baltimore friends had sent word across tho line that Laduo was to bo tried as a spy and hanged whether convicted or not and an Alabama brigade declared In reply that they would hang the first Yankee lieu tenant they caught if a hair of Pauls head wore Injured One thing it was said that had made Stanton so forceful a prosecutor- In the past was the ease with which he could always persuade himself of n prisoners guilt the jury following as the night the day Something had to be done he had said to stop this wholesale transmission of state and military secrets to the enemy and a victim was demanded He bad mured this confederate officer caught in civilian dress In Old Capitol prison and If ho wasnt n spy then ho must have neglected his opportunities and deserved to be hanged What made Stanton so hot against Ladue was that so many women clergymen church people and others took to pleading for the lad Then It was that McKInnon began to find favor at tho war department Then It was that Capt Bentons limits were restricted Instead of being enlarged Then It was that soft lumrted surgeons at the Old Cap I itol hospital were replaced by men ot sterner stuff Then It was that the Chtltoni wore notified that they must I i leave Washington forthwith and the I Squire bunting with wrath at bring i forbidden to see the doctor and hisI daughter had had brief conference with Fred now almost fretting his heart out at the barracks had learned through an officer of rank in tile rtgI ular service that beyond possibility ol doubt Maj McKlnnon was at the bottom of all those new and most oppress sire orders had gone to the white house with a demand to see the presi dent had been promised an opportun- Ity Immediately After cabinet meeting that afternoon had met McKlnnon sauntering down tho avenue in com pany with n fellow soldierlawyer and had hurled himself upon him then and there to the end that the major was picked up and carried to WUtards the squire escorted to the police station and the Interview didnt eerie off It Is recorded of tho president that when told of the Incident that evening his sad face brightened for the first time in a week I wonder If tho squire would let me make him a gen oral said he At least hQ fights That night a soldier at the regular service did a thing that had Stanton known It would doubtless have sent that soldier to close arrest If not to a cell lie was an officer of rank a gentleman of gentlemen and a fc low beloved of his fellow men Entrusted with an order to see that Dr Chilian and daughter were safely sent to the steamer for Old Point Comfort a suitable guard going with them he lied called on the kindly old Virginian lato In the afternoon There had been a brief courteous talk The officer deeply regretted he said to have to be tho moans of car rying out the order but ho would call with a carriage at 830 Was there anything he or his wife could do for Miss Chilton 1 There If sir answered n voice and with cheeks flushing through their pallor and eyes that flatbed despite evi dence of recent tears Rosalie Chlltou swept quickly Into tho room We hear that Mr Benton Squire Benton too has been arrested andmy aunt will not admit of anythIngbut I feel that It is to him we are indebted for most generous aid Major I wish to see him to thank him totell him some thIngas his daughter is not hen I Can that be arranged before we gor If a possible thing said tho major I well knowing the squlro was out on ball by this time and would certainly come In person All the sane he told his wife at dinner of Miss Chlltoni request and what had not that keen witted army woman already known or surmised Ho cannot leave barracks Mid she on the spot but you can Janus him here to your Quarters then bring them here on tho way to the boat end leave the rest to me- He I cannot leave Why my dear he lent In barracks The police begins the major obtusely I Major You ask Capt Denton here andandno questions interposes madame with severe and superior wis dom Then bring her to mis And light begins to dawn on the master and he obeys That evening a carriage whirled put the guarded gateway ot the barrack square and drew up at the quarters of the commanding officer The majdr stepped forth tendered hand to an agile slender girl who followed her soldier escort to the doorway where with eyes that shone and checks that colored and lips that puckered and hands that clasped in sympathy and compassion a warmhearted wife and mother met the motherless girl and drew her in The major went back toI the doctor the lady led her guest to the parlor door and ushered her Into tho dimlylighted cozllywarmod and closelycurtained room then vanished and for the first time since that night at Charlottcsvllle Fred Denton stood face to face alone with the girl he so fondly and so sadly loved And when he in yearning and love stepped eagerly toward her his eyes shining hIs hands outstretched the furred hood fell back from her flushing face revealing It In all Its dark and queenly beauty Her eyes too flashed as In amaze and then in anger she recoiled One instnat she glared at him then spoke Capt Benton youyoure a coward CHAPTER XXI- IIoYsnuna The spring bad come and gone The sword ot Leo led again to tho border The spirit Of Jackson had fled to the skies Grimmer than ever old Ewell now ruled at tho head of the famous Foot Cavalry corps foremost in the dash for the Susquehanna The arms ot the south swept on to Invasion Under the new soretried and little trusted leaders the arms of tho north were reversed In pursuit Hooker had quit as bo said in disgust declaring no man could plan and fight with a string to his shirttall and Stnnton and Hnllcck apull at the string Reynolds calm and sagacious soldier and fighter had been tendered command and pol- Itely declined Meade his subordi nate stepped over his head slnco Reynolds would none of It and with prayer and misgiving picked up tho reins dropped by Hooker In sight of this Maryland shore And tho same hard fighting hard marching hard swear Ing hard used old army hove In sight of the stream that had given It ltd name and one corps at least had lost nothing by the change- A shout had gon6 up ono day on the Rappahannock when the word went the rounds that Fred Benton was back Suddenly had he appeared In their midst Just before Chancellorsvlllo and royal was the welcome they gave hija LTI He CvpUntMuLJ L MAHY MAGDALENE AND THE RISEN JinJST al rt 1 Resurrection of a Forlorn Hope p By WILLIS SCOTT cLARISSA was a poor lone little seamstress Her pale thin cheeks and stooping shoulders and needles pricked fingers told of long hours spent over the sewing table It was eo hard to make even a living Ctarhwa was all alone in the world Ono bright ray of hope there wan amidst all the gloom It had Sashed into the mind of Clarteea nearly a year before at Boater time and ever class then It had rested Oil her like a cheery beacon light of hope She hall ehnaca one day to paw the tansy goods cotta ter In one of the big ilopartmea stores and her quick hungry eyes hail taken In at a Elww the dainty cite play of needlework and she had nosed amongst them the many Rosier novelties which ingenuity and deft flngen had devised She had not time to Un ger She must hurry back to her taut of plain sewing for Idle moments meant less bread and perhaps a shortage of rent money and an obdurate landlady But she had in that brief pause before that counter caught a vision of a new future Sho had fiever done anything but plain sowing but there had al ways been the hungering In her soul for the pretty and dainty trifles She want ed to do something besides that monot onous plain stitching and buttonholing but she never seemed to get tho time from tho dally tasks Now how ever a now thought had come to her her Inspiration she called It and day and night since that last Easter vision at the fancy goods counter It had been uppermost in her mind She would make something for the next I astor The boldness of the thought made her tremble But the Idea would not down and though sho over and over again told herself that It was foolish she planned how she would work it out But what could she do One day when passing tho markets she noticed a sign Eggs CO cents per doz Eggs were a rare luxury to Clarissa The high price caught her eye at once It made her gasp to think of tho prico and she wondered who could be rich enough to afford them When she got back to her bare room tho thought of eggs at prohlb Itlvo prices kept floating before her mind At that moment a bit ol yellow satin caught her eye lying on tho table and again Eggs CO cents per doz floated before her vision Now there Is not much connection be tween eggs at GO cents a dozen and a bit of yellow satin but without knowing just why Clarissa picked up tho bright bit of cloth and as sho held it in her hands it struck her that it was tho exact shade of an eggs yolk Her deft fingers moved by tho thought soon had a puffy round ball made which for all tho world looked like an eggs yolk Why not make the whlto of the egg nnd have a fried egg she thought With a bit of cotton and a scrap of chutes sho went at It and ere long had lying before hor on the table a vory fair representation of an egg As Bho sat looking at It and wondering what good It was now that It was made the thought sudden ly flashed over her that Easter and eggs wero very appropriate anti with the word Easter penciled over the egg It would make a very dainty nov elty Hero then was the solution oi her problem Here was her opportunity Tile next few days found Clarissa in a fever of nervous anxiety She wont half hungry that she might havo the little thus saved for the buy rronrow the manager of the funny Rood do partmeul and half hesitatingly opcntf the package before him lIe secrae Interested and told her the might leave these And CUrlMU waited and M oppor tttnlty offered she stole by this fanej iXKHln deportment sail looked to we I her precious Hirter ego weie BttC there Qne day one was tnbwinff and Ute next day another was gore Thee day after day went by and obit tin esp rested In their place In the slwu case Hor heart grew heavier ant heavier The two that were soh would not begin to pay her for Untmnterlate ihe ball tart Into the t and If they were not sold what vrouie she do It wise the day before Hatter and an site went by the county In thusfinornlHg after dtrtlmlnjt 1M work which she had Mt up woet of the Right to finish she MV that alt the save Uu two wlileh taut been Itp were illll reposing on the noun j ter j I Her heart which had bow growing heavier oath day as she saw her eggstI unsold now sank to this lowoft depths I and the bright hope which had stirred her heart for weeks seemed dead with herIu a dreary Raster for the llttlo The weather as though sympathy with her drooping spirits i IIU tearful eyes was dark and chill sun had hId his face and tho rain at the panes of her one small window In harmony with tho Impa dent and rebellious thoughts which beat within her heart Tho hopes ot almost a year had been cruelly crushed Tho bright vision of something bettor than tho plain sewing which she had been doing for so many years had vanished The hope of earning a better living was gone Poor Clarissa Tho longer she brooded over her dis appointment the gloomier did the sit nation appear and when the clouds lifted outside and a burst of Sunshine crept in at tho window and felt at her feet she felt it a sort of Impudent Intrusion It she could not be bright within she did not want to have It bright about her and alto arose with petulant haste to pull tho shad but at that Instant a knock lit thoidoor startled her and turned her front her purpose Tho knock was repented ere sho could summon courage to open tho door and when she did she could scarce bellovo her senses for there stood tho manager of the fancy Gouda department Ills smllo reassured her as he said Miss Brown your l astor eggs found a ready solo and if we had had four Instead of two dozen we could have sold thorn Hero are ulx dollars your share of the profits of tho sales Like ono in a dream she took tho bills in her cold trembling handu and looked first at them and then at tho manager Sho had never before had so much money at one time It almost seemed na though she was rich But liar reverie was broken by the voice of the manager who was saying something about needing more help In his department and would sho con sider an offer The sunlight dancing upon the floor seemed to nod its ap proval the glad sunshine she had but a moment before wanted to shut from her vision But now It brought n new message to hor heart The tomb of her heart whore she thought she had locked a dead hope burst open and forth sprang a better and brighter self A now life and now hope lay be fore her and to tho question of the manager again repeated white the be wildered girl strove to collect her thoughts she at last managed fd an nwcr yes Clorssa had bad a resur notion day f Furniture Now and all tho time la on end loea variety to suit either rich JI or poo- rStoves Organs Sloven to burn nUll Orgnus from f1DOO u- pSewing Machines Drop head lilfjhntm Singora 12000 Other makes down to nothing Waloh for thonpriug opening of 1005 Iron Beds and call on R H Chrisman Oppoallu Welchs Phono 2G I LOUISVILLE A ATLANTIC RYCO Time title In effect April 18 1803 CIT BOlNl 1 Mo a No I 10NII1Ia810Itkhmon4 II 00 I m mine e TiO WneattyvllleJtt WKBT norxii oiuNlehoVtllajrYlFW Ir US Ill limftml ariJ p tn 11Inane pa 11th u le 10JAL m rttDcatlyvme 1070 elaemneedlonratNtsbAlsvnle lull end at Vn lltM to end rim ShrltijTrflle llonllyvllleJuimlanlieu r4drnxy lonil a irrnl or f II It SMITH I fA atIII1 r n McGuireIprepared to deal with nyo troubles Your Oft t uxnmined h tho lest nnd latest Croptlolllillfttnimolltll Ills work given on all his work are right Louses refilled within a few days aCtor taking tho order If you pare nay dttfeut of vision it will pay you to look over his stock and receive correct treatment Berea Ky iOPTICIAN w FEMALEWEAKNESS SRIbanaxoOct 1INS suprlortoand I know wh rot I apealt I inf rom tar plea months with tapprewed prostruedmr beck and ildu and I would benb- UedluXbsdecbe My IImbl would swell au4 I would tl 10 weak r oould not Und up I naturally tlt beyoodlbOardol came u a ood end to me I tail a chance for the better within a dsytreatmutIatonies usually did sad coon became regular too without Wins ot Oardnl simply wonderful sod I with that all nfferinc women knew oIlgood quaUtle Tnaiarer rortlnno Ecoaonuo League Periodical headaches tell of female weakness Wino of Cardui cures permanently nineteen out of every eASel of irregular manse bearing down pains or female weakness If are discouragedand doctors have that is the best reason in ftheworld you should try Wine of now Remember that headaches mean female weakness Secure a 1 100 bottle of Wine of Cardui today WINEOFCARDUI i For Sale About ten or twelve build tang lots on the Louisville and Nashville railroad one half mile from Bores near Berea brick and tiling fRO tory in a fins locality and good neighborhood Can bo bought right For further particulars call on L B MOORE Berea Ky HHHH1MHI The Home JBlfHIB LESTER lULL Editor III I r r r 11111 r 1111 r r rill fli AN ORIGINAL FORCE Success Cannot He Copied or Sue ce fullr Imputed No human Jjelus over yet made a sue cess trying to be somebody else even It that jicnioa was a success Success riinuot bo copied cannot bo successfully Imitated It Is an original force a creative iirocws Every wan will be a failure Just In proportion ug ho gets away from LlniKolf and trlas to he camel ody else uud to express some body else Instead of himself Power conic from wlthlu or from nowbereIHe yourself LUteu to the lu There Is room for Improvement In every Ilrot 8 lou In every trade and In every business The world wants men who can do lulus In new and better way Dont think because your plan or Idea hss no precedent or be cause you are young and Inexperienced that you will not get a hearing The man who hOi anything new and valu able to give to the world will be listen ed to and will be followed The man of strong Individuality who dares to think bus own thought and originate his own method and who Is not afraid to lit himself not a copy of come om else quickly gets recognition Noth ing else will attract the attention of your employer or the rest of the world no quickly an originality and ways of doing things especially unlquoI are cffectlveOrlson Swett In Huccext Magazine HEART DISEASE lions Let the Idea That Yon HUT It leer You lain Blckaci Comparatively few people know that It Is rare to find a perfect heartbeat What Is termed palpitation Is an Ir regularity In the beat It Is most cow monly caused by some disturbance of the digestion by undue Indulgence In tell coffee tobacco or alcohol by worry or by excitement Many persons detecting such an Irregularity think they hue some serious disease of the heart tbat may end their life at any moment This Is a very grave mis take lu a double sense first as to tho fact Itself and second as to the Influ once on the health of such a morbid IdeaAgain there Is a notion that heart ills rase Is a destructive process that the flesh la affected lu much the same man ner as when the skin la ulcerated or the lungs are consumptive That la very seldom true The most serious disorders of the heart are qulto differ ent lu their nature When n man or woman Is under the Impression that he or she has heart dis ease titers Is one obvious dutyto visit a reliable doctor have the heart examined and either have ones fears set at rest or be given such advice II will serve to remedy the condition Home Notes THE PARSON BIRD one of the Queer Feathered Inhabit ant or New Zealand Among the feathered Inhabitants of New Zealand there Is a bird called the parson bird or tul It la about the situ and shape of a bUckblrd but has a pair of delicate white tufts at its throat ant U a glossy dark green oth erwise Whtcn looks black In the sun light It can be taught to crow to speak to whistle tunes and besides these tricks It has a repertory which Is not often equaled by any other feathered songster At vespers It has a note like the toll of a bell or the clear high note of an organ It can mImic every bird lu the bush to perfection It will break off In the middle of an ex quisite melody and Indulge In a strange medley of sounds which are Impossible to describe but if you can Imagine the combination of a cough u laugh a sncrcp with the amashlug of a pane of glass It will be souse approach to the IdeaThe tul nests twice or thrice a year and has large families Like the other birds of New Zealand It seems to be unconscious of danger from man It Is a pity that the blnU of this Island are becoming ao scarce for they speak to us of a time when nature was harmless when the snakes tigers and fad eerie did riot exist The lieu and Her Eggs The eggs of n scavenger hen are not 1 tit to be eaten My attention was call j cd to this n number of yean ago A lady said she could not ent our eggs She wanted sunflower eggs I told her we had the best eggs In the country but the said that an old German at hone fed his chickens on sunflower seeds and that the eggs wero remarka bly sweet Some of the eggs were sent for and this was found to be true Eggs certainly do partake of the nature of the rood which has been eaten Feathered Life London Descriptive Grandfather doing some carpenter work and fining ho needed some screws Bent little Mary to the hard ware store to get some for him When she got there die could not remember the word screw At last sire said Grandpa wants some nails with ruf flea onLifeWanted Retail Kate A North Carolina negro called at n preachers residence one night and ask ed flout how much will you charge to marry me suhV Well said the preacher I usually get 3 Lot boss exclaimed the negro I aint gwlua to marry but one woman t BROTHER BEARS BRIGHT THOUGHT Excuse me Mr President but cant we arbitrate Y- New York Press Ilfttt11iI1F1tIIIIllltllt1- t I The School JOHN WIRT DIHSMORB Editor HHHHHHMH I 1 +1 I I JI Problems of the Dlsrtrlct School CHAP VI TAKING EXAMINATIONS Thin in tho great bugbear of tho teacher nml especially of tho would Ixi teacher A gront deal is said against examinations that they nro nu unmitigated evil do not fairly lest tho knowledge of time applicant are tirade up of catch problems puzzlesI and tho like hut after nil we not wisely dispense with them They nro at present the main bar to inclliciency There is little doubt too that tho oxnminon err oftenest on the lido of mercy Thoro nrc more unworthy applicants that corti ficatoa than there nro worthy ones who fail from sorority or unfairness But the purpose of this chapter is not to discuss the merits or demerits of examinations for certificates but to offer helpful suggestions to thoso who are preparing to tnko thom and hoping to pass onltll1llshould are riot very difficult anti keep it up I until they know how to take them It is on ort that Inns to bo learned and has rules that must ho complied i with the same as in solving problems in arithmetic mad it would bo lust as sensible to learn time rules beforehand t us it is in arithmetic a habit that is not yet wholly discarded j greatestopportunity knotty points An examination ahead is n powerful stimulus anti mill diffi cult questions must be answered nil bard problems solved They might come iu examination and similar ones I PERT PARAGRAPHS It Interesting to man guild and to attend a girl becomes she has an unfinished library book concealed her room some It strains a girls eyes a whole lot more to darn her hosiery than to the latest novel Ore certain to appear Ifn student never was aroused to effort ho is bound to ho now If tho teacher is wise ho will take advantage of this and pupils will oouqueringdifficulties putting in solid hours of study It is no doubt the awakening time of ninny n soul 2 All this 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or CoMs sure prevuntivn of Pneumonia Guaranteed COa and lX bottles at tho East End Ding Storo Trial bottle free r Entry of Jesus Into Jerusalem Sunday School Lesson lor Apr23 1905 split frtftni for Tills Piper LESSON TEXTJohn 12KM Memory Versa IMS head all of the chapter apt the parallel arcounta la Matt 21111 uk 11111 and Luke 19 4- 4GOLDBX TXTDlcled Is He that Cometh In the name of the LordMatt 219TiMRSunday the morning after the supper at nethan- yILACThe loyal of the Mount ot Olives lu the the tempo Comment and Suggestive Thought V 12 On the next day The day following tho feast at Bethany tbo Is Sunday April 2 A D 30 Much people Chiefly Passover pilgrims from many lands Heard that Jesus was coming Ascertained that He was at Bethany and finding that lie was about to sot out for Jerusalem they resolved to attend Him V 13 Took branches of palm trees Tho long leaves of tho palm tree arc referred to These trees grew abundantly on the Mount of Olives and their leaves were sometimes ten feet in length Cried Hosanna The word Hosanna is the Greek render ing of tho Hebrew words which in Pa- llS 25 are translated Save now I beseech Thee It has much the mean Ing of God save the king Blessed is the King etc They recogi lied Jesus as the promised Messiah the heir of Davids throne the representa the ot God who had come to declare Gods favor to Ills chosen people The Messiah so long expected by the Jew Ish people whose coming had been foretold by many of their prophets- V W When He had found a young ass Other accounts tell that Jesus sent two of Ills disciples to tho near village of Bethphage and borrowed an ass and its colt As It IB written By thus doing Jesus fulfilled an an cleat prophecy Zech 99 which ts freely translated In verso 15 V Iii Daughter of Zion Thus the people of Jerusalem are spoken of V 16 These things All the de tails of this occurrence The people had no thought that they were ful filling a prophecy They simply ex pressed their hearts admiration for Jesus in such ways as suggested them selves When Jesus was glorified That Is after Ills death resurrection and ascension Then remembered Not until the Holy Spirit came to abide In the hearts of Jesus disciples did they fully understand how they themselves had had a part In working out Gods plan and how oldtimi prophecies had been fulfilled in Jesus V 17 The people Lazarus People who dwelt In Bethany and Jerusalem Dare record They related again and again to the gather Ing throngs tho wondrous story of the calling to life of the man who had been dead four days V 18 The people also met Him This refers to a second company which camo forth from Jerusalem to meet JesusV 19 Pharisees Religious lead ers who looked on critically as the triumphant throng entered the city Perceive ye A word to call attention to the very evident fact that Jesus was In great favor with the common people V 20 Greeks They bad accepted the Jewish religion and camp to worship the true God at the Passover feastV 21 See Jesus f They had heard of Jesus wondrous doings probably had seen Ills triumphal entry into Je rusalem and wanted to meet Him V 23 Jesus answered them lIe spoke to tho Greeks and his disciples endeavoring to help them see his very heart Hour etc The longexpect cd time of Ills laying down Ills life Glorified Jesus true gtry was to be shown not by being crowned an earthly king but by voluntarily giving Himself up to death V 24 Corn of wheat Grain or kernel of wheat Fallen Into the ground and die With a grain ol wheat as with all the vegetable world the outer shell of the seed sown In the ground dies but the little living germ grows and brings forth multi tudes of other needs If the little grain remained unsown it would never increase So Jesus by His death be came the seed of life for all mankind If He had saved His life lIe could not have helped or saved us but through Ills death we arc won to love Him hence to live V 25 Lovcth ills life batcth Ills life To love life means to love ones self more than God to Kato life Is to love truth and virtue above ones self V 2C Herve follow II one loves Jesus ho will also serve and follow Him be willing to endurotrlal and bear shame as lie did Wlcre I um there my servant We will have companionship with Jesus My Father honor God will reward as only a great God can He will com pensate for alt the pains and losses any may have borne fur Jesus sake on earth Practical Points V 12 Whenvo unite with others m services of religious worship ware e likely to meet JesusMatt 1820 V 14 Humblest timings and hum bleat persons have been chosen of God for highest honor Jos 20 V 21 What each immortal soul craves Is to see JeansActs 1727 V4 It Is u great law of the unto verso that life arises through death V 2G Following Christ Jesus In self sacrifice for others Is the only way ol wnlct rtitli Him Into glory1 Tim MJ Wt ilt w mtlt graft Emnuw4 e r toy a Nattaual itoU5r HON JOSEPH W FOLK IBy Governor or Missouri The light against graft is one of the greatest is- sUeS before the nation today Graft lies at the bottom of the worst governmental evils Monopolies which control necessaries of life hail exjtct unjust prices from the people the greatest of all grafters I jelievc it is possible to get at corruption everywhere in tile country The manufacturer who gets undue tariff protec tecltou has what may he termed a graft The monopo ly which controls necessaries of life and exacts unjust prices front the people has a graft Time who profit by such privileges are in morals just as much grafters as those who brib city or state officials to grant improper franchises It is this enlargement of the scheme of graft that makes the unjust monopolies more odious They differ from the petty vulgar combina tions only in sire Their metlRxls of corruption may not be so direct but they are equally hurtful The remedy is exposure 4 punishment punishment when It is possible but exposure always The men who grant unjust privileges who help to build up the great jiHMiopolies do so nt the expense of tlw people They shcrtdd be taught by the people that it is bad politics The growing independence of the American press the tendency fo support officials in their struggle with political corruption regardless of party is a proof that the country is arouiiitR itself to the bribery question I bcicvc that the preSs should be loft as free as possible When it tells the truth it is alljJowerfuI When it lies it can do little harm The people are getting moro independent and more intelligent everyday and arc Iwwing an increasing capacity for distinguishing the true from the fall A newspaper attack can do little harm to any man un less it is Imsrti upon the truth The prcvc tor who undarJ6k to fight boodle and boodling should close his eyes to politics There is no politics in oodlc The boodle are friends everywhere Theywork unitedly They use a party name simply for concealnnit or for protection They rely on the indifference of hone est ciiijsens That is one of the weak points in the struggle for honest government Men who are proud of their patriotism neglect to vote Yet attempt to take away thAt tans right to vote and he will go im on the field and die in defense of It Hut while he has the right to vote he does not seem to realize that it i his business to see that government is free front corruption The more I see of the people the more faith I have in the intelligence of the average American citizen I am convinced that no corrupt combi nation can be formed of sufficient strength or cunning to withstand public sentiment when once it is aroused The trouble is that the comiptionwU the boodlers all over the country have a sort of masonic bondof ympa thy working shoulder to shoulder while honest citizens are divided But when once the public conscience te aroused the result is irresistable The thing to do is to get at the facteand to relentlessly expose them Time public is quick to respond to anusupport facts Once establish the fact of corruption and the public win do the rest iribrry iu t11r 1tl1Urrl of IDnmuy By DR WASHINGTONGLADDEN- Noted Author and Pastor It lau doubtless been true in Mil the ages that charity pas been seriously perverted by making it largelya means of grace to the giver the good of the recipient has often been forgotten by the bcstoxvcr In the thought of merit to be acquired the lazy largess flung to the beggar would would be counted tp the giver for righteousness and it mattered nptwhat might become of the beggar Undue the operation of this egotistic motive a world of harm Im + tread done no doubt both to givers and receivers buftluf best of the virtues isopcn to perversion Andrew Carnegie said sonic years ago for instance that a man may be as selfish as he pleases in the accumulation of a fortune ff he will only be benevolent in the distribution of thc fortune after it is made That is not the best theory of the business mans responsibility Ills greatest opportunities of benevolence are there which Conk to hin in his business It is while he is making his fortune not after it is made that he must prove liinwlf a Christian Gifts no matter how munificent which have been heaped up by extortion and trickery are not Christian benefactions Some of the most gigantic rubbers that the world has ever known men who have accumulated hundreds of millions by wicked methods are by some persons praised and flattered for their liberal gifts to I churches and colleges and missions Such an estimate does not represent the Christianity today I The Christianity of today distinctly sees that the Cliriitinnization of- I the great realm of industry and traffic U the most urgent problem now before him It is a tremendous undertaking but not too arduous for the allconquering grace of him who has banished infanticide abolished slavery and lifted woman to an equality with man The state is just as truly n divine institution as the church is and the governor the mayor the superintendent of police the member of the I legislature or the city councilor the school board is just as nintha min ister amid servant of 5od as lam v i I have just agO a right to use lW opportunity here in this church Ito enrich myself or to push luy personal ambitions as they have If the scandal in the case of a pastor would be greater than that of n public luweIThe fact must be admitted that the wageworkers of this country are largely outside the churches This breach has been steadily widening conditions are worse now than they were ten years ago One of the rccogI j between the bone and of our civilization sincwI How can the Christian church clear herself of the charge people who heard her Lord gladly turn in multitudes from her threshold There is need of sober thought and deep humiliation that this most grave social problem may find a solutio which shall bring honor to the church and peace to society SPECIAL RAZOR FOR THEM anrbern Sometimes Keep Certain Toots for Customers Who Are Unpopular Here Ctiarllo said the barberat the third chair from the door use tills razor in that chap If It dont pull his whla cars out by the roots try a pair of iwootors Tho barber at tho xocond chair tool the proffered weapon nnd smiled A long lean Individual who had Just on tered the hop sat down In the eocnni chair says the Washington Star Thats the meanest man In Wash InRton continued tho barber at the third choir AS ho splashed sonic uoap mils on the face of another customer Ho came In hero three or four Umei sad made himself BO disagreeable that l finally had to fix his business I took an old raior tho same ono I just gave Charlie put a couple of nicks In It and dulled the edge on u piece of brick Thai 1 Mulled hits face up a bit and began to pull The old followjlppeil andsm rtc tad ramplalned I pullod out every ther whisker roots nail all When I Jot through my right arm vms tired out and he was sore mentally and physically lie growled some more paid his 1i eenm and as n compliment t me tie dared he never would sit In my chair aain He nover has and I have tho Joke on the rest of the boys In the slvop Charlie dont like him either and no I let him have tho razor The man In the third chair moved un easily at The thought of such barbarous treatment while from the second olmli came a sound uot unlike the click of a typewriterSay the moan nun to Charlie hadnt you better try aaothei rater Certainly sir reeixinded tho amla We Charlie U this one dullt Mlt pulls like tho mischief nlltltt1ed the mean man and Charllo laid UIO tams razor down put some more lather on Ute mean mans face and picked up the same old razor again There was won clicking atxl wwpplBg ami gnaohiiicol tooth That ala mueh better MM Utll mean mss fleet wove JOt In Uw houIIelAki Ckarlle and UteHMN U the third ehati lnnglMd a hearty whoJssonled laugh The barbs at tile UUnt chair Ml down behind a series and also lawglwd TlH other bathers erased tkelr Hecks and the rtotbona to sit tip amid tats notice Tilt MMtt lean growled sad o rrbody else teugboJ Finally Charlie finished hte jots the mean man pat 010 his coat Ita M his 11 eeata smarted and funned and pasted out into the westhr Do yon treat many of ourtoIthat wmjrf vestured Die man IB U Uirl chair Xo bat we keep tltst easer IB Nock for Mom we dent like If yos ever ea toMrtter a htrber who pails your whiskers out list It dcwn IN onr notebook that be dont like you WITH DISTRESSING RESULT Rival ef a Oemedtan Invents Lnshry masse Reception on Ills Opening Night Many and elaborate are the praetlea jokes which have been played upon help lose victims by a wellknown actor bw the following In surely afoot life best re latea Cossells Journal A rival comedian with whom he was an very friendly terms was to appear In a new play pad on the opening night X our humorist and 19 friends secured HAts In the front of the dress cir cle Jut whoa the comedian was In the mlddta of lilt best scone X pullet out a handkerchief and burst Into tears The effect was electrical The visa next to him also fell to weeping and took hold of the handkerchief The tipltlomlc of learn thereupon extended nil along the line and as each man save way to hits emotion he took hold or the end of the handkerchief until all time confederates were weoplnn In It The handkerchief was SO yams long and hind ben spwially prepared for the occasion Time comedian on the stage struggled tamely with thug woo hut his wlltlclntui were unavailing for the funnlqr he be canto the more fruquont wore the sobs ai the sorrowing 90 Only when ho left the footHghttt did IW weeping cease and the handkerchief disappearNew Metal in Watches The now alloy called Invar eonal t Ins of steel ittlxod with about 36 par rout of nickel which la practically Invariable lu volume with ordinary tfhanioH of temperature has recently Iwon ndoptei by Swiss watchmakers for making balances In tho majority of their boat timepieces The conipon latlon for temperature thus obtained Is superior to nay hitherto known For many years watchmakers have Btrug Klod With an outstanding trouble in ilia beat coniiKsnsateil chronometers Known nA Dents error duo prlncl lally to the nonlinear variation of the alagtlelty of tho steel of time hair spring By time use of Intrar Dents orror may be practically eliminated Youths Companion Fine Board BaconIlls said that savdust Is now used by some Paris restaurants aa a dressing for cutlets Instead of bread crumbsEgbertI suppose that In as close ns they can oomo to giving thor patrons line board Yonkers Statesman Outdone Mother Nellie why dont you prao Ice your piano lesson since I said Id pay you fivo cents an hour for It Nellie Uccause papa gives mo ten cents an hour for whirling around rn tin stool without making any noireDet- rait Freo Preys 4 THREE LITTLE SHIRTS Pathetic and True Story of n Drunken Fathers Inhumanity to His Moth erless Little Ones Boys dill your mother buy you any winter flannels before she iMeAT These words wore addressed to Uiroe little lads halfstarved cold and moth erless aa they lay crouched down In oils corner of a hare and fireless room whisk i was all they could call home Their mother a hardworking woman had been obliged to support husband and children through movt of her married life by scrubbing flours anti cleaning of fic jOnomore aneo of what little household ipods It contained to purchase wbatf Tho neceeartes of life No to buy liquor for one who was now utterly unworthy of the title of father so completely had rum tnuttfortd him Into a brute Scarcely two week liail elapsed since the mother had pateed away whon tilt above question was nuked The little lads shivering and trem tiling reeled Yes he bought Vfttaeh a warm shirt before she 1l1fttHIGive them to we at oncel lie cried and three little hlrU were taken oft and handed to blmIRight to the shirts the latter to be changed Into mm to satisfy the thirst of the former Tho boys cried out mOl told and huger but no father esmo to theIr help Neighbors however responded nail sown tho wretch WM rod arrwtwi sentenced and condemned and lbs lU played In R homo where U Jt iota some Mud heart win toys anti pit them Dues tills lOUd law SctlM It I truth and eM t1aN room was to the ten elitist district of New Yost sJQ- rBtoton HWjW aMermau Tutor wilt yw take Uieshlm fruDllnlllltW lest bom boys wilt seam Uy R lUi pte ABt hoots svttewidHjini mi hiiml ptaeJSime e ill horn rabi anti Mhjlit Will ywi same poor otvrmrkni mothers to sick umur thru iHArjr load Will you tuna boss IDIO a plait of mkwrjr and mmtod Ill r0 wr tefci nrtiles Hcar eltut alone earn- Mead Ute saloon How long mwtf the innocMtnad help Iota suffer Just as bag as liristlas BMS Hetw and MMtlou the saloon MIll Ml Ull tin ostlawed WM we hope to aM a bdgbt er day dawNx ttoBul Adi tla PROGRESS OF 31EFOHM The greater part of MavltoVa is un der prohlblUea There IB MM a draalraN In the bleed but Intended to be A tempera rosa dponaIshide his fan Tho devil II never tM alvny when preaohera quarrel about water mud keep quiet about whisk= Amerismu IssueThe carnage ot 15014 was UjrrlL but every quadrenntiim now uteesttf saloon sending more vtcUma to cnV tbotilfrotate It must he remembered that tfftrl tiDe of tumporanoe legislation todaf In America with perbapc the oxtj Lion of one state Is nouftsrliwut log iHlatlon and ihe same la true of Us on forcemeat Robert limiter estimates that them are In this country 10000000 of the j miserably peirrpaupers or on Ulv verge of muj rem If the saloon wwtt abolished the figures would bo eui down fourflflas J- Mattl HolemuB a member of time ftc tRy of the University of Denmark aas mado an exhaustive study of the stag Halloa of alcoholism He oomputwl that during the last 10 years 7JKOOGO people have been victims Of lIC01f t- In Europe This moans that thadrlnif demon has killed moro people Intyears than have perished in all the wars of time nineteenth century Japan AntiTobacco Law The JapatieHQ government seeing WI1Idevelopment of her youths has passed a law forbidding the use pr sale of tobacco If a minor la caught smut tag his tobacco and smoking Impl oriis fined ono dollar or tho equivalent in Japanese currency and tho metal polling tobacco cigars or cigarrettes to minor In then ten dollar for each offonao The Japanese minis ter of education issued instructions tmentnr 4 are not minors Citing an Exception Naggsby Hut wbata the use of argu ing the matter One cant get m moo out of a bottle than there la lu it- Wnggaby Oh I dont know I once purchased a bottle containing a quart of liquor and 1 got a head QUI d It a big as a three gallT 01 v turf not Enquirer THE FARM WATER SUPPLY A Subject of VitAl Importnnce to the Man Who Has a Large Dairy I am thinking of gathering up some springs on hlllsldo above my build Ings and piping tho water down to house and barn I think at putting In selfwatering devices for stock In barn and Inside closet In house with fountain In dooryarQ About GOO feet from hdU8o I havo a rise of CO to 80 feet at 1000 feet would have considerably more probably 100 feet The supply of water In not largo and I thought of eol looting the water from one spring and n T1IB WATKtt 8T8TKM one well about 18 fcelilcen Inloa reser voir and from there convoying It to homo and barn through oneInch gal vatlwil Iron pipe In case well and spring would give out I might drill well end put up Find wheel to pump into reservoir How Khali I go about 117 Ilia Above letter la from W W Gib son R farmer of Ijtwrenee county Pean tiyltnilt to which the Ohte Farmer ro plla M follows A one Inoh pipe under the I- aIItc stated will deliver from 11 to IR gallons of water per minute Wth tmall pipe of great length Mo kI1 KMatly rttanto Uw flow end you- rrorattondoat should ROt MM lea than ouMJr galraNisM pipe he would find It 1f n MtlBlactory to use a one and BTPIION AT WELL ON HILL flwolralMneli pipe AiwumlRB that M win NH a omlarh pipe the slew Ifawirtout quwOo for blur to de tlth to wtotlMr ha will Melt e feftnrolr or not If he eon collect wa Ipr from different iulna and Rt a ruT equal to about the amount ifminute named abets he will need no iwrrvolr Wig out the lowtr wing and put In t W lengths of 10Inch sewer plpo Tbrn drill through just below the joint tTtwron them and connect the Iron pita Place a screen over entrance to pipe If a reservoir is needed lh1 die of it will depend largely upon the amount of water that la available and the amount of water that will be used It Is better to have supply enough to keep water running a good portion of the lime The plpela then lens liable to become clogged will be cooler In summer and legs liable to freeze In winter lien tho pipe as straight as possible from spring to bullillnga and without my abrupt turns Jwiy It nt lent two tet deep so that It glll remain cool In summer and keep from freoalng In winter T joints should be Inserted wherever water ls to be taken from ijio main pipe line At the fountain there may be a manhole giving avroM to a stopcock to abut water off from the fountain and a gate to let water out of fountain pipe In winter so as to a old damage from freezing A wastecock is put In at the hart jo that at times the surplus water may bo allowed to escape and thus Keep up more of a now In the pipe than might oihnnvicn be required rfo alter will be needed iii regard to drawing water from n well 18 foot deep It vault be siphoned possibleiiisfphon nnd water stop flowing If u ifphon is put In at the highest olnt should bo an opening with salvo in or tier to fucllltato filling the pipe with fcalir to got the 1low started BUDSPln sine njd awl note the lull yuwnt In grapeMany who UU1 wow wbent corn or 1 JIIIduct at e profit are trying JNCTOV apple trey at a loss ihay used common coal tar for three yearn on peach and apple tries tar hirers fwd It iuu Kept totem out The export ut rult ami rata front hc United States to tho Uilttsh Xortb American pos euton8 during the ton months etullng April IDOl worn ral Iuednt JlJJ7a2SO na against 1C27 In 1903 and IGH075 In 17t Blight rot mold and rust of various are but controlled by Bpraylntr with Kirdoaux mixture This proiwra tlfiji w tl not Cure the disease otter It baa once started brt If applied early and often will prevent the trouble from getting a foothold The pircM must be canted with a tine spray on lath tilt upper and under slics of the Iraves and spraying should Lo done every two weeks through the Eionlug JOOBOU A SENSIBLE LAWN FOUNTAIN Suggestion for the Beautifying of the Grounds About the Farmhouse r Tho general Idea of a lawn fountain seeing to bo a vaselike affair Klandlne up from the ground and looking Ken orally Inartistic It Is because of an unwillingness to have such an affair be fore owe house that many are deterred from having a fountain upon tho lawn U is possible howcVQr says the Country Gentleman to have a simple yet ar tistic fountain that will not only prove attractive but will bo Inexpensive Pig 1 shows the method of constriction A circular space of the size do now THK FOUNTAIN IB IlUllP sired Is dug In the ground to a point below tho frost line This Is to bo tlled nearly to the surface of tho ground with loose stones wider at the bottom thnn at the top that the frost may have no chance toNUtt on tho outside The supply pipe must bo put In position as tho stones are tilled In the diagram showing the posltlou Over the top of the loose atones place a layer of cement Around the edge of the circular space lay up a little wall of stones placing cement betwcoji them and covering tho ouUldo top and Inside of this little wall completely with tho cement As this wall ls made a wastepipe should be Inserted as suggested the top Tie FOUNTAIN COMrUBTBD- bf this being the limit to which tho wa ter can rise In the fdbnlaln The top of the low wall should be nicely round ed and lmoOtkeIL TiM upper end of the wpplypliw should have a spray nonlo so that a akower of spray may bo sent HP to fall graeWMllr over Into the water of the lank The height to which the water will HM depends of couitn upon the force with which Ute water ta prxmxl through the Mippyp1i4 front IU soxree It also dettendj upon UM nocalc A very nile spray will not rise to the height of a coarser spray or a solid tram t wfter Much of the work of making such a fountain ran be done by the owner of the place In which ease UK only expense would be for a little oeupat and the Iron pipe ABOUT HARD ROADS Folly to PUt Hard Surface on Beads Lacking the Natural Hard Foundation White talking on the road question with Mr Stewart of Champaign Ill he told of an Incident which will boot IntereM to readers generally MrStew art sold that recently while workmen wore cutting a ditch across a road In that neighborhood they unearthed five feet below the surface n bard road stir face which had been constructed some 36 year ago Those who Ire In the best position to judge regarding suuli matter are of tho opinion that It will be essential to provide a concrete foundation for any hard road surface that is to be r sue cess In ctlons where there Is not a uatura rd foundation The above 11 lustration showa the folly of putting a stone surface on those roads In their prevent condition properItno in condition to supion a hard surfauu In proper condition Hut when thU U done we have a very good road with out putting on a hard surface In fact for the main part of tho year it furnishes a road that Is more pleasant to ride onil is easier on the feet of the horse awl Is better In every way than- a stone road The matter of a hard surface U one to be very carefully con sidered and should be loft entirely for each community to decide for Itself says tho Prairie Partner In most cases It will be found satisfactory to provide a hard surface for but half till road at most leaving the other halt a dirt sur fnce to lw used except during wet weather and when the frost is going out in the spring Spraying the Apple Tho first spraying of tho apple trcea should lx given as soon as the blossoms fall says the Farmers Review to prevent the ravages of tin vurcuilo and codling moth The bprnylng should be with Parts green or arsenate of lead Iji Iwrdcaiix mixture keeping the follag well covered with mixture till the fruit Is nearly grown r Tho Dud Moth Where the bud moth has been preva lout last year the apple trees should be sprayed with Paris grron or arsenate of lead before tho buds upon Theater pillars of this moth feel upon the opening leaves The spraying should tit repeated a few days later The Battling Farm Wagon If your lumber wagon rattles take off the nits drive out the bolts and put a leatbc washer under the bolt head end under the nut or washer Tell the boya and hired man not to drive so fast whorl tbo wagon is empty OdTime Mctiitds Every man who has given any thought to the subject knows that old time methods will not apply ta modern conditions Every dairymen should hoop this constantly In mind Did Not Understand the Horse Good gracious Alice What on earth Is tho matter asked tho mother as she rushed into the parlor after hearing an earsplitting sound Why Im taking my singing loseoj from the professor mammal Oh gracious child I thought per haps the professor was trying to Klso roulYonkers Statesman Too Many Medals Originally 100000 bronze medals were struck by tho British for distribution to soldiers who took part In tho South African war Some one In authority however objected that It would he un wise to Issue the medals to natives Consequently 59000 medals have been returned to the mint to be roinelted Undoubtedly The widower had proposed to the maidI hardly know how to answer you she sold timidly NOh dont lot that worry you ho replied Youll learn before we havo been married a week Chicago DailY News Democratic Sultan Llko a modern Haroun Alraschld the sultan of Zanzibar has been wandering about London seeing people and things of the groat city for himself The sultan went to school In England spooks tho language perfectly and found no dim culty In escaping special notice Democratic Duchess It Is said that tho duchess of Do von thlro Is very democratic wllh her do mestic servants often reading aloud to them and does not hesitate to ash her guests to aid her sometimes by the exercise of tholr musical talents Long Auto Speedway A project Is under consideration to build a 2b milo automobile speedway from CO to 100 feet wide In Mercer county N J It Is reported that optlonb an the necessary property have been oh Sained A Beal Thriller 0111 How was the show last night JillOh It was thrilling Why my wifes hair Mood on sad so ntiKli that all the rats she had in It ran out Yonkers Stotewnnn Tartly Reward Irhe British war depart meat has jitet awarded a modal toSetvt MoJ McCtorey or Waver at the capture of Pegu In IS5S The sergeant hat however beeN dead several year Would Mak More U tm average maR bad his life to live over again he thinks hi would avoid ell mlatakee but the changes are oe wi iM make more than everChl sago Sun Y No A New York woman whose front name IsNDnllo Is auffring from melancholic hysteria fan you came her Buffalo Expret Easy Enough Work will bring success aud he more folks you have working for you the more success you will ucblovo Chicago Dally News Dally Thought access produces confldenco confl thence relaxes Industry add h sllgcnc ruins the reputation which accuracy had raised Johnson Sudden Deafness A sudden fright will eomotiiups caiuo iKjnnanout and complots deaf ness esiwelallj I In children MARKET REPORT Cincinnati April 15 CATTLE Common 3G 4 06 Heavy steers 6 90 QI 6 31 CALVES Extra CM ID 6 10 Jioas Ch tuckers 6 65 i S 71 Mixed paokora C SC GO SHEEP Extra Iu 25 LAMBS Spring 809 QO FLOUIt Spring pat G 08d C 20 WHEATNo2 red 1 1 10 No 3 rod OB 1 1 00- CORNNo 2 mixed ti 504 No 2 white lp 51 SGrhRY1iNoHAY Ch timothy 3l12 76 POllv Clear moss flll 10 WVI1IUTTER jjiAPPLES 31 3 00 POTAtO1tS1er bbl 1 35 I 35 TOBACCO Now 5 00 13 00 Old 450 C1475 Chicag- oFJOUItWlnter pat 5 10 G 5 20 1ToCORK No 2 nixed O 4R- 1011SNit 2 mixed f T- TtliNov 2 s- POIlf Meas 0i2S- BLAlin Steam 7 I1 7 70 New York FLOUR Win strts 5 00 0 5 10 WiiJATNo 2 rod i11 09 COIlN No 2 mixed II 58 3GhItVFWoltornPORTFondly 13 75 GltilI-r ltD tea in p 7 50 Baltimore MIFT No 2 rotl 1 Jt 1 4- 0t4NO iS mixed 624J t ttCATTLE Stcere 3 DO 0 4 00 HOaS Droseed 0 CO Louisvillet1YIIATNo 2 rod fJ 1 11 CORN No 3 mixed tip C2 OATS No 2 mixed 0 3611 CORN No 2 nixed d481JOATSNo2 mixed m 34 H Indianapolis UEATNo 2 rod 1 11 CORN No 2 mixed 4814 OATS No2 mixed 31ca thohostCOLLARS TEAM HARNESSI That you need for the horI Cell and get prices they will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky Won a Namo of Famo DdWilta Little Early Kiters the famous litte pill havo beon made famous by their certain yet harmless and gentle notion upon the bowels anti liver Thoy have nofquul for bilious ups constipation etc They do not weaken tho stomach gripp or make you fool sick Once U ed alwnyH preferred Th y strengthen Sold by the Eatt End Co and oil Medicine DealersI TOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owiug to poor h alth tam forced to close out my entire stock to quit business I have 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tombstones nnd Monuments which I will soil at greatly reduced prices Hero is your oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works SMeG U I JUt Prop Beroa Ky Frightful Suffering Relieved SuiTrring frightfully fr m the virulent poisons of undigested food C G Grnyson of Luln Misa took Dr Kings New Life pmwith thu ho writes that I was cured All stomach and bowel disorders Rive way to their tonic laxative proper ties 25a at East End Drug Store guaranteed Or nlt and MirbU Work of ill kinds done in a workmanlike manner at roa unable prices and with dispatch Allyork guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA mCHMOND Ky CTB 61 Main and strain Streets A Darodovll Rldo often ends in n sad accident To heal accidental Injuries use Buck We Arnica Salw A deep wound In mv foot from an accident writes Theodore Schuelo of Columbus 0 caused mo great pain Physicians were helpless but Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly healed it Soothes and like magic 25c at East End Drug Stow To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete and up to date in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc do work for most prominent people of Work sent to me by mail or ejpresa will have prompt attention barges paid one way S G FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Kr RcrtECXps Bnnk of Mt Vernon Berea PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL- Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 states Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS e Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture fdfyoting men and Domestic ScienceJbr young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years countyCertificateAcademy Course Four years fitting for Collog for busings and four life i College Courses L5ternrySolentific Classionl leading to Bu walaur ate V IMusIcChoral free Reed Orgnn Vocal Piario Theory aro help nil wlio will holp themselves toVurd n Christian education Our instruction is a tree gift Students u small incident al fee to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks maybe brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks J2700 Spring terra of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 Tho School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Dfsclplog alists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of till denominations FOR INFOnUATlON AND FRIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS THE SECRETARY Berea Madison County Ky 4 II County Roller Mills +Iof1Io1oIoJJI Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat t PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour gteiiiiiit Potts Duerson Whites Station Ky I II I Kodo iOIM1raYraa College Madison hest loo DYSPEPSIA CURE WHAT YOU EAT TU 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reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They hav to give better satisfaction than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear era expect more for their money than they can jet elsewberetWe carry a full line and can insure a perfect 1 fit Inspection inv- itedCOYLE I HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY mmmI 1111111111 I I I r I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Itil l II it Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES L LLL L0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mr and Mrs A P Settle Srf of Richmond formerly of Berea paid Berea a visit on Tuesday Miss Rose Parks has been quite ill during the past week with a threatened attack of pneumonia Miss Anna Fay Hanson sailed from Jamaica on the llth inst fo the port of Baltimore Her home is daily expected Mr Cap Wilson from Owslev County has purchased some Center Street property from W F Kidd He also purchased a farm twd miles northeast of Wallaeeton Minter Pierson are keptbtfB bw Therdecidedequipment of horses and rigs that they may fill every order to tho satisfaction of their patrons Walter Robe is in town for a few days having been called home from Hamilton Ohio by the serious ill ness of his father occasioned by his taking an overdose of morphine Mr Robe is now recovering satis factorilyMr E Percy left for his home j in Milwaukee Wis on the early train Friday morning He has accepted position with the Ellis Chalmers Company of that city for the summer He expects to return to Berea next September- Dr T T Eaton Editor of Western Recorder Louisville Dr Prestridge Editor of Baptist ATOllS Louisville and Dr J G Bow Secretary Baptist State Board of Missions of Louis villo will visit Berea Monday the I Ialll leathers styles is one ter J 0 23rd Dr Eaton will preach at the Baptist church Monday evening at 730On Friday evening the 14th inst supper was served to a delightful company of nineteen at the home of Prof and Mrs L V Dodge The of honor from abroad wero tho educationrDr A D Mayo of Washington DC and Rev Dr W E Barton of Oak Park Ill class of 1885 Mr W H Porter has returned from his trip to the South While in surf bathing at Pensacola Flu being out some distance in rather rough water ho lost his footing and was handled rather roughly before reaching tho shore Two toes dis locatedand ono broken was the re suit Mr Porter will be about on crutches for some time Miss Bessie Marsh gave a birth day party to a number of her friends on Wednesday evening There were about forty guests present and all enjoyed the hospitality the hostess to tho fullest extent Games of an entertaining nature wero indulged in and refreshments were but a crowning feature of an evening reo pleto with enjoyment in every particular Mrs William Mabaffey dial on Sunday evening after an illness extending over the past year She bore her suffering with Christian fortitude and was ready when the summons came to call her home She leaves a husband a daughter anda son marrkodI mourn her departure Rev r I I HANDSOME SHOE fl SHOE I IThi PRICE I 350 Thomson conducted the funeral Helices on Monday afternoon Dr A D Mayo Borons welcome visitor from Washington D C arrivedon Friday He spoke at the Sunday night chapel service on Christian Education in our Com mon Schools No one is better qualified to give information on this throughhistionnl work of this country Ho will address United Chapel on Friday morning The College baseball team which tried conclusions with the Wood ward High School last Thursday was defeated by 0 to 8 The playing of the Berea team was not up to their usualstandard many costly errors accounting for the largo tally against them Pitcher Specht played the game of the day for Boron His rapid curves proved altogether be wildering to the Woodward batters The team was unable to return to Berea on the excursion train and the regular which was over an hour late landed them in Berea at 2AI Friday morning Mr Fay Hanson was given a pleasant surprise on Tuesday oven birthdayfcommemorating the passing of another milestone in Mr Hansons life Sufficient wax candles to tell the tale of his years were burning in various parts of the house and spelled out a number which may only be known by those who were fortunate enough to lie among the guests or by personal himibined with a social time generally made the evening one of pleasure in every respect Fancy cocoa coffee andn very prettily decked and luscious birthday cake constituted the refreshments May your birthdays be many was the sentiment of the departing guests The Canterbury Tales A large audience greeted B Rhetorical Class on Tuesday oven ing at its presentation of tho new edition of Canterbury Talcs nt tho Tabard Inn which was located for the occasion in the Tabernacle When tho curtain was raised at 730 it disclosed an interesting scene The Canterbury pilgrims wore seated about a table in the Inn which was presided over by Mr Norman First The stage effects wero quite true to the time and places in question Tho costuming of the pilgrims was typical of tho characters they each represented The burning of the old fashioned tapers on tho tables the goblets filled with very realistic looking wine and the recital of tho tales by the pilgrims made it an easy matter to imagine onos self living about the 15th century The inter lade by Fyramus and Thisbo met with severe criticism at tho hands of tho pilgrims but proved very humor ous and entertaining to the audience The solo by the prioress and a quartette by four other pilgrims were well rendered and added much to the enjoyment of ttio evening Tho College Quartet i 1Sooon tributeda selection W their usual good style as introduction before the raising of the curtain The whole production showed careful training on the part of each performer Miss Welsh under whoso direction tho entertainment was given and tho members of the class are to be com plimented upon the success of tho occasion STRAWBERRIES at Prestons First of the season in Berea- PROPERTY OWNERS Who desire lasting results should insist upon the use of Green Seal Liquid Paints Its tho great preserver of surfaces For Sale by Porter Drug Co ILOUi New Cash Store- C C HHODUS Prop BEREA KENTUCKY A Fish Story Fishing as nu art has become somewhat neglected in Bcrca not because of a dearth ofaspiring fisher men but rather through the scarcity of water and fish Thero was a great stirring among tho angling clans on Saturday last however when representatives from tho Boron Bank tho Porter Drug Co tho C J Hanson Co and tho Burdetto Assembly with a full quota of atten dants sallied forth to the fishers paradise Silver creek Through an unfortunate mistaking of directions the party became divided with the result that tho larger party arrived at the creek at a point several miles distant from the smaller party As a safeguard against tho lack of game in tho creek the anglers had purchased a supply of fish in town to make the bill of faro in keeping with tho outingwhen grub time came Now it so happened that tho smaller party had tho larger proportion of the provisions and lo tho others began to bo in great want Though their calls wore piteous and their searching diligent the hungry crowd failed to locate tho other party and no they turned their footsteps homeward We might say in conclusion that explanations are still ill order to elucidate if possible this strange occurrence Old Time Burr Meal is made of select homeraised corn Lexington Cream Flour Prestons Main street A Pleasant Picnic On Saturday last Cant James West post 0 A Rf instead of having its usual monthly dinner at tho hall in Berea went into tho country to tho home of their comrade L C Duncan who is in poor health Twentysix of tho Q A R men were present Tho wives of Comrades Duncan Dodge Hay and McCollum were also present to manage tho com missary department The contents of time wellfilled baskets wore marshaled by them in orderly arrayand the young people of tho family acting as orderlies waited upon tho veterans as they sat in ranks in two connected rooms A business meeting followed with plans for Memorial Day and rounded out a four hours long to bo remembered Call on your grocer for Old Time Burr Meat New vegetables this weok at Pre tons Phone 3i We are agents for Mandel Bros1 readymade underwear silk shirts waists suits and all readymade garments C J Hanson THE GREEN SEAL PAINT Withstands tho wear and teat of tho elements far better than paint made by tho old process of mixing by hand Pigments and Liquids are thoroughly incorporated thus assuring a finer and more durable product For sale by Porter Drug Co A woman la na young ae iibe looks but not by a Jugful as young as she actsWhen a train of thought Is wrecked nobody Is hurt but some beautiful air castles may be shattered When tempted to do a mean trick count 100 and size up the muscular de velopment of the fellow It U to be di rected against Time and tide will not watt for any man Neither will the train disarrange Its schedule for the dignified old party who happens to be a few minutes lute HANNAS LUSTROFINISH Tho most beautiful finish for floors and woodwork ever on tho market See time finished samples at the Porter Drug Co It would be easier for some men to take a joke It It had a market value The reason some women want to vote li became they cant A clever woman manages to spring her millinery bill at tho psychological moment her husband has selected for paying his election bet It Is no wonder that a girl believes everything that a young man tells her for be generally believes It himself u terrrrrrrkkkkkkrrkrrrrkrrrkl krrkrrrkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk 0 I i WELCHS BIG 4 II1 Studebaker Wagons t I iOliver Plowsts Obelisk Flour IjBanner Paint I titi I- Oni such goods we make our fight and pay more freight than all tho merchants i t- g combined receiving goods at Berea Quality always good prices al R ways right and stock on hand and it Elooks like everybody trades at 1Ar i I Welchs yI Q kR 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Can write you in any of the good COJ1panies FIRE LIFE And r ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD And TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC W H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK HAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE of the Vast hell Days Col 1XlWS nod Presented in Condcii8cd Form t I PITHY AND POINTED PARAGRAPHS r The RusslanJspanese War In the Far Etat and Other Interesting For elgn Netea=Doings of the Public Officials One of Preauteut Ilooevets ex i r Mvd deelren line been firaUfled Hil haa won John Abtnmtliy said to be c1e ohamnton wolf catcher of thu world In tits unique wny kill a ooyoto nail bear It victoriously to tbo na MOB t Chief xeeutlve later the pree iil sl caul tired a oofrolbMrlnwolf lit om of the nine of the uwtfldonts hagrJtig party a wolf WAR 1ffiBell over the liiiig and through creeks and Urn iwrfor ten mile When Ufa wolf was rmaJiv caiiiiiod there were but four nC ttio pans wll bill sight of the ant nab rim niii time eowboya ami the rnurth m tuber was PreeMent Rooae r fltIT is whP killed by President tiap nd iitrty In OklaboiRH will be t kttlnd end flip skltts blpfeL to Vaali niton ehrre they will be claw mid k pl eK ntetnentoB ot the hunt lMrea t Lau and ittrnona Including OOf tehooi children waving email Rage grtet1 Prealdmt Rooaevelt at TrimMad CW with otiesm Pueblo iilMfli le the number ot 1000 greet 4 iTrortdOttt lUxMerelt upon his or rural at the talon statton thero The oonrMfteHdeiit at Labuan off he nortrj vet oonst of Borneo ot the- infJgn IMIr Mall says that roportA are ourrOHt there that largo fleote haro been sighted south of Borneo Japan la preparing to send B Iron5 retotforcomwils to Manchuria to trennthon Marebal Oyamna forces It Is sold that by autumn Japan will have 1000000 moa In Manchuria In elating fully 7000W rain on the fight lax Uno- 01ot 6161 vetnbera of tbo Window OtaM Snapftere National Protective aecoobktton who wore employed In the window plus fuctorlon in tho moun ala tlbMrlet of Petuwylranhi nnd In M K of the plants la Indiana are on Minks hymen Bt rh tie tMwnbroheiv wes unable to lejratlfy J Monmn Smith van Ialtereotia UrotherlHlaw I- 04Irt In Mew York aa the purchaser td the revolver with width eatr CNlNt WM slot The romaani of the M wiMmtlfled lad wte lost their lives In the ex i to8ten a Hl ff6 at It 11 drowr Cot hoe faolory Brockton MaIL March W were baited la A lot purchased by ibej oily at UtUoM cemetery Member of the Illlnoltt commission la charge of the Mate exhibit at the fowla and Clark expmltlon nt Port laud propose that the Illinois state building be a copy of Lincolns borne in which he flied In Springfield Pronhlent Castro will not withdraw the New York and Bermudas Asphalt Co case from the Venezuelan courts and will not resubmit tho Oloott case to arbitration If tho whole American army and navy oamo to Venozuola This emphatic statement of Gen Ale- Jandro y Barrn the Yenoauolan scorn tart of foreign affairs reflects tho sentiment of President Castro FrpdQriok At StOOl was appointed director ot tho Chicago orchestra to succeed Theodore Tomas tho found ur ot the organization who died set i jral months ago I I t Judgo W M Allison 81 once promi boat in politics In Ohio was run over v and killed by a switching cngino at Snyder Okln while attempting to cross tho track The pilgrims farewell dinner to lien ry Clay Evans at the Savoy hotel wild l notable testimonial to tho popularity of the former American consul general Est London Figures Just published by tho bureau if statistics dopartmont of commerce Oind labor giving tho foreign com morceof tho principal ports of the world show that London stilt leads frith a total of IU047G4181 New fork raiiKfe second with a total of 1 jOfl078 40- Ambassador Moyer presaulod hit l letters of cnienco to Kmporor Nlcho I las at TsarskooSelo Mr Mayors ro teptlon followed the traditional old world pomp and ceremony observed J at the court of tho Romanoffs Ho I trns received literally in groat and solemn state It IB believed that Terry McGovorn le BiiftorinK from n serious brain dls order Its will bo placed under the t roJra specialist At n meeting of ropreeontatlvoe of 40 flint glass bottle manufacturcre west of Pltt burl It was decided to nforoo n summer shutdown of all pint bottlo factories for 00 days Ono hundred thousand acres of land near Slkoston Mo lies boen purchas ed by n company headed by Arahblsh dp Glonnon of St Louts and will be tlsod to locate a colony of Catholics from New York city and Now Orleans At n Negro frolic near Swayncsboro On an unknown negro fired a Win chester rifle through the room In which 40 or 50 negroes woro dancing killing two women and ono roan with one shot novo LaFollotle of Wisconsin ap proved the antlclgarctto bill The measure is to take effect on Jtly 1 next All rtmirHclK for Chinese and Jail ancKp lahor en the Isthmian cairn 1 uiuvi IM Htihmltlcd to the attorney Ken oral before being approved In the fei th year of Its career and on the anniversary of the birth of Thorns Jefferson its illustrious founder the Inlverslty of Virginia inau Iuraled Its first president Dr IWwIu Anderson Alderman The simple care many was Impressive Seven hundred democrats attended the Jefferson day banquet of the Dem ocratic club of New York at the Wal dorfAstoria United States Senator J U Burton of Kansas wai nrfndloted by the fed eral grand Jury on the charge of ac oeptlnic StoO flea from tho Illnlto Grain and StHSurttlee Co of St LouU oe an attorney hater the in it office department Orders were received at Fort Leav enworth dlreotlng Col John It Van Hoff mOdlonl oorpe stationed at Ieav enworth but ut preeent In New York city to proceed to Join the Russian army In Manchuria as a representa Live of the United States government Pour men three of whom are out ployot of the Sohwarachlld Sukbor gem Co and tho other an attorney for that corporation woro hamod In an Indictment returned by tho grand Jury which IB investigating the beef mist It Is charged that the four men ob struoted and Impeded Deputy Marshal W A Bach In his efforts to serve a subpoena J U ThemMOM has confessed to be- Ing the leader of the mob that storm ed the Jail at SenmoWa Miss In which Sheriff I oag was killed Mt ahaata threatens to become ac live again Some startling occur reads are reported at Slttwus Cat a town III the vicinity of the moun tutu A BMW storm was general over Nt braskB In some places as much OB two Indies U reported Ambassador Choato was given n farewell banquet by tho Ilrillsh bar in London Many dleUnKulsliod ponona were present The Mexican government will be ashed to pay 110000 all Indemnity for the murder tit J 1C McKenzie and Dr Robert McCoy Chicago Walter Stuplnger Kewaunee 111 and M A Call of Toledo 0 and the suffering Inflleted on C H Tbrrtngton Salem 0 and H IS Miller Loa Angeles Car by Yaqnl Indians Two men were seriously scolded on board the presidents yacht 8vlph Tho starboard engine exploded A Ulstwtcli from Litoknow says jt Is reported there that a sooond oftrth quake has wrecked Sultanpur prey Inee of Oudh and Kulu province of Pull ami that there has been grvt loss of IffIThe AllNWIane are threatening apln the massacre of Christians at Prix rood Itwk and Ulakora- Vmr men were perhaps fatally btfrn ed and a fifth serMnaly ken In a gore line lamp explosion In a building tinder construction at Rochester N v It is AM assured fact In political circle at Charleston that oxCov Atkin son now United States district alter t oy of Weet Virginia will be apturtnt od to the aoonoy on tho court of claimsAlter a long search Ambassador Porter Htiooeedcd in finding the re mains of Adm Paul Jones buried in n Paris cemetery many years ago The remains are In a remarkably woll pro served condition They will be ship ped to tho United States and Inter rod In Arlington cemetery UuslnoM failures in tho United StnloB number 18C against 170 last wook 198 in tho like weak In 1004 160 In 1903 193 In 1902 and 212 In 1901 In Canada failures for tho week num her 26 against 28 the week provloue Iho Indictment for con lracy against Nan Patterson which chaiged her with conniving with J Morgan Smith and Mm Smith wrongfully to obtain money from Caesar Young has boon dismissed After a meeting ot the board of gov ernors of tho Building Trades Employ ers association It was announced that tho lockout of building trades In Now York will bo withdrawn Disturbances are feared during the Batter holidays at Warsaw A volcanic upheaval has occurred In the Humble oil fields near HOIK ton Tex Count Casslnl Russian ambassador will select a watering place this sum mer nearer Washington so that he nifty return there within a few hours Gen John Palmer former common derlnchlof of the G A U died at Al bang N Y utter n long Illness Ills death resulted from an Injury to the spine he received In tho civil war For whipping hs twomonthsold ba liy because it cried and annoyed him Herbert Snyder 40 was final UO and costs on a charge of assault and bat tery In tho city court at Wilmington Del The body of Ssnor Don Manuel do Asplroz tho late Mexican Ambassador at Washington was talten from tho vault in Oakhlll cemetery Washington and carried by special trait to Annap oils whore tho cruiser Columbia was in walling to convoy it to Mexico for final Interment Tho proposed constitutional amend went authorizing n state bond Usuo of 50000000 for building good roads under tho stato aid law passed tho Now York assombly First Ilout Henry Clay Evans JrH yatLondontired list of tho tinny on account of disability Tho Occidental and Oriental Cos steamer Doric sailed train San Fran cisco for tho Orient with 50 cabin passengers triO in the steerage and 4500 tons ot freight much of which Is far Juoan Not only municipal ownership but municipal operation of the two groat traction systems of Chicago will bo Qn established fact in my opinion within three month says Ilafael E ln former receiver of the Union tractltftt lines Information ho reached Washington that the Japanese navy has within tin last few days commissioned ton ndh torpedo boat destroyer built In Jd panwe shipyard It Is believed that within six weeks 26 additional destroyers building under rush orders will be putin commission In an oxplofllon of dynamite at Thin ton Tenn IWo men wore killed nUll four fatally Injured j Learning that his wife whom hel tt behind In Austria throe yours ago hhti eloped with another man Jolin Sohablo 30 years of age committed suicide by drowning In tho Chicago river Robert Mitchell woe shot and 10TH ously wounded by his father hl4aw it- t Polk Hi tho tatters home near hobs vlow Tenn Mitchell was acquitthd about two weeks ago of wire murdet On the theory that an ounce of prfr ventlon Is bettor than a pound of cure and that the organ IB useless anyway Dr Sfollii Qutmby Hoot of Slnmforo Ct hits had hot vermiform apl1 nUx removed at Hohnemanu hospital In New York Pour thousand conductors and ihl tormen of the United Hallway Cov 3V Louis were notified by General Mans get Robert S McCulloch that frequent ing saloons or rare trucks would sub ject the offender to infant dismissal The grand Jury investigating the wet trust made special efforts to 8 euro enough evidence from two woman and one man to indict a high official of ono of the leading packing firms In Obl ergo The charge te attempting to in lluoiico government wltnoseee Tho navy department line completed i the plans for the dry dock for tho naval station and dockyard nt Guantnnamo Title dock will bo of tho largAt tj ji and equal In dlmtMtsions to the dock nll11tc1rdAfter n family quarrel Antony Spar ado an Italian of Gonoseo N Y shot bite wife her mother and her daughter and then shot and killed himself Spar aclos wlfetf mother was killed and her daughter aged 1C years was fatally wounded but his wife was only slight ly wounded Initial steps looking to tho holding ot an international dental congress lit1 oxlloitlonVirginia Tidewater Dental association Stricken with paralysis an hour aft er a daughter had been born to him Jacob R Ilecht of St Louis died after having lingered unconscious for six days not raving seen his Infant Three men have boon killed Iln a 1PottJTho temperature was so far below the freezing point In Nebraska that nil the fruit would havo boon killed had not the trees boon covered with a blan kot of heavy snow Gen Halbert H Payno SO a union veteran of the civil war and a lawyer of national reputation died In Wash ington of a complication of diseases Ho was born In Chardon O For the first time In six years St Louis was a dry town for 24 hours and for the first tlmo in history tho dryness has been complete oven side doors being clotted Louts lick Jr musical director of Keiths Chestnut Street theater and his wife known on the vaudeville stage as May Belle Eokert wero found asphyxiated by gas In Uio bodroom of tholr apartmont in Philadelphia Capt JHDIOS A Rider 66 Janitor of the St James Memorial Episcopal church St Louis committed suicide by shooting In a room adjoining the auditorium whero tho rector ot tho church was conducting devotional serv icesCapt McEvoy the ordnance invent or and who served In tho confederate army in the American civil war died at Codlcoto Hertfordshire Eng Because he had been ejected from a boanling house at Luzorno Pa An drew Uygash a Hungarian blew up the building with dynamite No ono hurtAt Mattoon III Thomas Devcridgo aged 23 a nephew of Senator Dover Idgc of Indiana seriously stabbed Jan Datewood Tho tight followed a quarrel In a saloonjsjfWJhllcaUemp lng to escape nrre as snot twice by an officer It Is asserted that tho American cap italists who havo been visiting Brazil have resolved to purchase Important unlace in the state of Santa Catallna Dr J Leo Adams 63 chief of the claims division of tho United States Internal revenue bureau tiled In Wash ington lIe had been in tho Internal revenue office for about 40 years Thousands of farmers and truck vnrdonora in several states south of the Ohio river are on tho anxious soot as a result of tho cold soap which was general throughout Kentucky Tonnes sen Georgia North Carolina and South Carolftm Indictments returned by tho federal grand Juryworo served on 11 residents of Danyar charging both with con spiracy to prevent citizens from vet ing While docking the battleship Con necticut nt Now York a serious accl dont to tho vessel was averted b7 tho discovery of a heavy timber stuck fast to the hull on the port side The Topoka Kan presbytery vot ed in favor of uniting the regular Pros byterian with the Cumberland Presby terian church Tho presbytery also presbyteryI A BIG NAVAL BATTLE It is Kxpcctcd to Occur in the Vicinity of the Pescadores Toga Was Taken by Surprise No In formation Received In St Peters burg as to the Whereabouts of Rojestven skys Squadron St Petersburg April 17There Is no Information from Vice Adm Ho Jestvonakyn squadron but the adml ralty would not be surprised to loom oC skirmishing between scout ships and the Inauguration of torpedo boat warfare soon Is not unexpected Tho naval organ bore expresses the opin ion that Togo taken completely by surprise when Rojoatvensky sud denly appeared at tho entrance of the China Sea anti s npw concentrating his widey scattered fleet near the Paseadoreti whoro it Is believed a sea fight will probably occur Slplnghal April 17 Captured Jap anoey spies placo the number of the Japanese army at 400000 and state that the loseos at the battle of Muk lieu ore already being replaced by drafts front homo battalions Hnng Kong April 1rho steamer Teinechus reiwrts that she heard fir log 150 miles north of the Natuna is lands at 190 oclock on the afternoon of April 12- Singapore April 17The Nortl Ger man Lloyd steamship Prinz Helnrlch reports that she sighted 18 vessels of the Russian Baltic squadron In Kara ranu bay at noon on Friday last Tho steamer did not sight any Japanese warships Kamranh bay is In Cochin China about 00 inlloa northeast of Saigon Tokfci April 17Tlle following offi clal announcement was made The fprco advancing north from Sinking driving the enemy before thorn occupied Ylngecheng 38 miles north of Singling at 1 oclock on tho afternoon of April 14 A detachment of tho same force cooperating with cavalry occupied Pachlatc at C oclock In the evening of the Hmo day The enemys force near Paohlatzu consisted of seven entities of cavalry and one battery of artillery They first retreated toward Ylnge cluing then camo back to Pachlatzu Finding It occupied they were thrown into confusion and they retreated in great disorder oVor Poling Pass two mlle north of Pachlatzu There Is no change elsewhere Ilerlln April 17 Humors that the war Is lotting his mind will not down particularly since various German in sanity exports have gone on mystorl OUR missions to St 1otoraburg It U cUlmed that Grand Duke Paul admit 1KM to a friend that the czar Is suffer tjg rom H deep mental depression 11 PANAMA RAILROAD Jt Reorganization of the Company Will Take Place In New York New York April 17Secretary of War Tart who IB More to attend the annual meeting of the directors of tho Panama Railroad Co In this city had this to say on the affairs of the railroad The annual meeting will result In n complete reorganization of the com any Tho government Is now in con rol of all the stock It Is absolutely essential for us to control tho affairs of tho railroad In the interest of the work of constructing the canal Wo desire to have tho affairs of the road conducted In harmony with tho com mission which will have charge of tbd gpncral construction work With this el1d n view the directors of tho Pana ma Railroad Co at their meeting will elect Theodore P Shonts the new chairman of tho Panama canal commission president of the Panama Rail ronU Co- With Mr Shonta at tho head of the company it Is certain that its affairs will be conducted most satisfactorily A FIERCE BLIZZARD i i I Raged at Camp Roosevelt South of Newcastle Col Denver Col April 17A special from Newcastle Col says that a tierce blizzard raged at Camp noose volt 25 miles south of there So vi ven1turedof the1 day was spent by the president and party around the camp fires tell- Ing hunting stories The News also has a dispatch saying that tho mall carrier who covers the territory adjacent to Huntsman hills reached Newcastle and verified the report that ho killed a largo cinnamon bear with the first shot ho fir ed It required several hours chase to bring tho animal to bay Sunday Closing Law Enforced Kansas City Mo April 17The- state Sunday closing law was strictly enforced as on tho two previous Sun days Only saloons are affected how overt nod ruRtnurants cigar stores news stands and barber shops observ ed tholr usual hours Burning Stores Forbidden London April 17A dispatch to a news jmency reports that Gem Line vl ton haM issued an order forbidding omclaJof tho commissariat to burn and reproving offi dials in cased that have already oo currod Gen Chaffee Going on a Trip Washington April 17Ilout Gen Chaffce chief of staff and Gen Hum phrey quartermaster general will leave Washington to Inspect the prin cipal military posts and stations la t IIP sudkwest l STATE ODDS AND ENDS I A PISTOL DUEL One Man Dead Another Fatally and a Third Wounded London Ky April 17Jetr Gore la dead Dill Miller probably fatally wounded and J B Landrura shot in the hand as a result of a pistol battle at PIt sbJ1rg a mining town two mUM west of here on the L Ie N railroad The affair Is said to have bean the out come of a quarrel and fatal shooting that occurred about ti month ago At that Miller a brother of Bill Mlllor killed Zach Ward while trying to shoot 1 11 Hall Landrum is a brotn erlnlaw of Hall and a warm friend of Znch Ward and his brothers hank nnd George The latter two were with Landrum when tio trouble occurred and are said to have participated In the fightTho row took place In Landrunis roe taurant Fully 60 shots were oxchanged and the place was riddled with bullets Landrum assorts that Goff came Into the place accompanied by Dill Miller and that the two at once opened fire on him lie returned the fire emptying bilk revolver twice and forcing them toretreatMiller f that Landrum and the Ward boys sent for him and as soon as ho appeared began shooting anI that ho shot back in self detanse He also says that Goff who woe unarmed got between thorn and was killed noel dentally Golf was shot seven times in the breast the left arm and through both hands Miller is shot In the breast thigh and arm All of the parties were drinking ASSESSES RAILROADS The Kentucky State Board Fixes the Valuations Frankfort Ky April IGThe Ken lucky state board of valuation and as sessment fixed the total valuation of the L N Railroad Co In the state at 32267406 From this was deduct ed the value of the tangible property of the company valued at 123073755 to arrive at tho value of the franchise which Is found to be J9193650 This is an Increase of 600000 in valuation of franchlso over last year The board fixed the total valuation of the Illinois Central Railroad Co at 16976180 and franchise valuation at 4429120 It fixed the total valuation of the Southern Railway Co In Kentucky at 2fiSGGEO and its franchise valuation at 1046980 FIRST OF THE KIND An Ambulance Corps To Be Added To the Kentucky State Guard Howling Green Ky April 16Il- was stated hero from an authoritative source that two ambulance corps of I four members each are to bo added to i tho Kentucky national guard The two companies are to consist of physicians and druggists and are to be organ ized undor direction of Col A T Me CormlCk of this city a member of COY Deckhams staff Ono company will tIC located In Bowling Green and the other in Lexington Those will be the first ambulance corps over estab lished in the national guard In the United States SHE PLEADED GUILTY Mrs Brockwell Will Be Given a Life Sentence Paducah Ky April HMrs Mary Brockwell was arraigned in the Mc Crackon circuit court Her attorneys argued for continuance After three hours deliberation by the lawyers at 6p m she came Into coqrt and ad guilty to willful murder By agree went of her nttorneys and the com monwealth she was given a life son tenco In the Frankfort penitentiary Appointed Maid of Honor r Mt Sterling Ky April 17Miss Anna Johnson of this city was appointed a maid of honor for tho Con ederate reunion to be held In June Miss Johnson will attend tho reunion with her father Cot Thomas Johnson said to be the oldest living confeder ate soldier being 93 Slot Machines Are Out Dellevuc Ky April 16On the stroke of 12 all slot machines In Belle vuo worn turned to the wall This was pursuant to an order issued by Mayor Hills The silent salesman will havo a few days more of grace in Dayton Officials Vindicated Covlngton Ky April 16Vindicn tlon fQr tho officials of Covlngton and Ionlon county from charges of corruption in connection with the opera ton of the CovIngton poolrooms was the result of the Investigation of tho Kenton special grand jury For Cutting Trees Frankfort Ky April 17Thu Frank tin county grand jury made a report Indicting Jules Darnoll City Engineer Tragier and the Frankfort Street Railway Co on two counts ono of which charges the cutting down of trees In ront of a city school- Automobiie Project Mt Sterling Ky April 17W H Walker of Cincinnati has been In this Mty prospecting for nn automobile Ino from Winchester Clark county la North Mlddlotown Mr WnUwc epresents ao Ohto syndicate INVESTIGATION ORDERED A Hargis Juror Confessed That He Coached Attorney Lexington Ky April 14 SensaUon al charges wero made against the at tornoys for Judgo HargIs One Juror admitted In open court that he had coached the attorneys as to good jurors for their client and got on the Jury himself to help Hargis The court Is Investigating the case The aoo men summoned for Jury service wore In court and many of them brought doctors certificates and excuses claiming to bo ill and asking to be released from service Almost an hour was taken up hear Ing these excuses and when this had boon finished Attorney George Webb for the defense asked that the entire vonlro be discharged on the ground that the names of 37 of them did not appear on the books of the county as sessor Commonwealths Attornoy Al Ion opposed tho motion and n lengthy argument was entered into Lexington Ky April 17 After one of the most Intense struggles In the judicial history of this county a jury was selected Impaneled nod sworn to try County Judgo James Hargls of Breathltt county on tho charge of complicity in tho killing of James Cockrill PORTRAIT AGENT KILLED He Failed To Bring Back the Original Photograph TompWnsvIlle Ky Aprl117J W Harlan stabbed and fatally wounded Porto England at this place Eng land who was a traveling agent for a picture company went to Harlans house to deliver a picture and while there Hurl n8 family claims used Insulting language which brought on a quarrel England ran about two squares to the hotel when he fell and expired on the door steps Ho was 22 years old and lived at Leltschfleld Grayson county Ky It seems that whon England tried to collect for the picture ho did not have the original photo the return of which Harlan in slated on before paying England ei ther had lost the photo or refused to give it up SNOW IN KENTUCKY A Furious Storm Prevailed at Frank fort For Hours Frankfort Ky April 17A furious snowstorm prevailed here for two hours Fruit growers say the fruit was not injured by the snow but the dry cold may ruin the crop completely At London Ky tfie snow has been fall ing at intervals all day and the ground Is well covered The thermometer there Is now at 30 and nearly all fruit is thought to be killed A cold wavo struck the section around Owlngsvllle and U Is feared fruit Is killed At Weston W Va tho thermometer was below the freezing point Brother and Sister Killed by Lthtnlng Bowling Green Ky April HIt Is reported hero that a double fatality passedIMiss Barber aged 21 and her younger brother were out when the storm came up and topic refugo in a barn The barn was struck by lightning and both brother and sister were instantly killed their bodies being found after the storm when search for the missing ones was made Women Attack Poolrooms Covington Ky April 16Five hun dred men and women with petitions bearing 3010 signatures urged the passage of the Covington antipool room ordinance before a council com mittee but the committee declined to favorably report the measure Buying and Leasing Fire Clay Land Mt Sterling Ky April 15 Cincin nati andCoumbus 0 capitalists have purchased and leased 6000 acres of fire clay lands In Carter county and will at once begin a survey and make plans for the erection of two large kilns and mills Tho clay Is said to bo tho richest In the state Crusade Against Billboards Newport Iy April HA crusade Is to be bogiiu against bill boards in this city Emulating the example set by Cincinnati for more attractive thoroughfares the city authorities are to begin a movement looking to the suppression of the objectionable ad vertisements on dead walls fences and other paces Bought the Island Louisville Ky April 14 Diamond Island commonly called TwelvcMllo Island was purchased from Mr and Mrs Amos Goodwin by Capt Henry Seobolt Tho price given in tho deed at the county olerks office Is I and other valuable considerations Seven Banks Sued Lexington Iy April liScvon na tional bonks of Lexington have been mod by State Revenue Agent A M Harrison for four years taxes on 4 000000 worth of personalty which it Is alleged tho banks have failed to list Crushed To Death Lexington Ky April 17J R My ers while assisting two hands to remove a 1200pound hogshead of tobar co from a wagon slipped oft tho skil and tell to the ground The hogshea i falling on him trashed him to death I AGENCY FOR I CANDY JOES Richmond Ky PRODUCECHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at top notch prices by J S GOTT Depot Street Berea Ky FOR SALE 28 tons of nice Timothy baled hay 00 cents per hundred delivered in or near Berea or 55 cents at the farm SHELBY C TUDOR Berea Ky Thorough bred Plymouth Rock eggs 50c a stating Mrs Jas A Todd Paint Lick Real Estate In Bern Anyone wanting to sell or buy improved or unimproved property in Berea Ky call on J P Bicknell as he is in the business I have 40 acres right in the corporation of Berea which I will sell to anyone who wants to make money on town property Call for Old Time Burr Meal at your grocers or at Sharps mill THE THOUSANDS OF GALLONS Of Green Seal Paint soldevery year merely attests its worthiness as a paint for all pracitcal purposes For sale by Porter Drug Co Wit to the Ileicue William the Conqueror on landing In England Is reported to have made a false step ns his foot touched the sand and to have fallen on hIs face A mur mur arose and voices cried Heaven preserve UB a bad sign but William rising said without confusion or hesI- tatIon Wbnt Is the matter What are you wondering at I have seized this ground with my hands and by the brightness of God so far as It ej tends It Is mine It Is yours 300 SQUARE FEET May bo covered twice with one gallon of Green Seal Paint For sale by Porter Drug Co Tile Coffee Barometer Ever notice wbat n fine barometer a cup of coffee makes a restaurant keeper asks In the Sun We have When Its weak and cold a storm la sure to follow Albany Journal Soft He Yaas you know I want to find something to take up my mind She Hue you tried blotting paper One of the greatest wonders in this world is what becomes of all the smart children when they grow up THRIFTY PEOPLE Use Green Seal Liquid Paint Considering results its the cheapest- on the market For sale by Porter Drug Co H a Cow gave Butter mankind would have to Invent milk Milk Is Na tures emulsion butter put in shape for diges tion Cod liver oil is ex tremely nourishing but it has to be emulsified before we can digest it Scotts Emulsion combines the best oil with the valuable hypo phosphites so that it is easy to digest and does far more good than the oil alone could That makes Scotts Emulsion the most strengthening nourishing food medi cine In the world Sond for froe sample SCOTT tt BOWNE Chemists 4O94 5 Pearl Street Now York BOo and 100 All druggists Spring Goods WE HAVE THE NEWEST MOST COMPLETE AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS IN BEREA Spring Goods Are In DRESS GOODS MOHAIRS SERGES FRENCH MADRAS SILK MULLS SILK WAISTING GINGHAMS ORGANDIES LAWNS PERCALES DRESS LINENS OPERA CREPE AND SUMMER SUITINGS OF ALL KINDS ARE FOUND HERE IN THE LATEST STYLES WE HAVE THE NEWEST NOVELTIES IN THE POPULAR SHADES OF BLUES AND BROWNS OUR STOCK OF WHITE GOODS IS COMPLETE IN ALL THE NEW STYLE PATTERNS COYLE HAYES 41 I I I I I 1 I 111 I III I II I I I I 11 I I I I II I I I H I I lit I I I I I I I I I I Eastern Kentucky News Co comipoadtace published nnleM lne4 U tall by the wriUr Tilt urni U sot for publication bat at aa erldtnee of cool faith Write Ulaly + II 1 1 11111 I I I I J I I I I 1 I I I I I I MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS April 1tMiss Mollie Fortune spent Sunday with Miss Mary Powell and Sunday night with Miss Pearl Adatns Misses Eva and Nanni Johnson of Silrer Creek were the guests over Saturday of Misses Mollie Bertha and Myrtle Joni+ on Mrs Mary Burdette had her resi dence newly roofed last weekMr and Mrs Green Durham gave a social last Saturdaynight in honor of Mrs ams sister Miss Mary PowollJ H Adams is having his house newly roofed this weekMr and Mrs Jim T Cornelison spent last Sunday with the family of Bcve Terrill Quite a number cf Berea students visited our Sundayschool last SundayMrs Bill Johnson and daughter Eva and Mr and Mrs Thacker of Silver Creek were visit ing Mr and Mrs Eli Cornelison this weekEveret Turner of Ty rone spent last Sunday with the family of Dan Maupin PEYTONTOWN April 17Little Rhodes A White the infant son of 3Ir and Mrs Dea White foil asleep in Jesus Thursday April 13th and the remains were placed in the family burying ground FridayMrs Sallie Moran and Eliza Chambers were in Richmond Saturday At the entertainment given by the Good Samartains order Saturday night a good program was rendered A sumptous repast was served in which all expressed them selves as being royallyentertained We send our sincere thanks to the Farristown people for their presence and wish them backagainG W Wright loft for Indiana Sunday Born to Mr and Mrs John Miller last week a fine girl- KOCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE April 17Sunday looked like winterFarmers are very busy trying to get ready to plant corn Harry Woodall and family of Estill county are visiting in this neighbor hood this writingMr and Mrs J W Lambert went to Berea Friday Miss Nora Coyle who is attending school at Boreu is at home on a few days visitG L Wren sold his saw mill to George Settle at Berea Rev J W Lambert went to Con way Monday on businessJ H Lambert visited his father Sunday Bill Kerby and wife went to Berea Saturday Dave Grunt and family went back to Fairview so as to be near John WrensROCKFORD April 2GThere will be preach ing at Macedonia Saturday and Sun day Reecie R Todd visited Miss Ethel M Stephens Sunday Mr T C Viars and daughter Boulah visited Mr and Mrs N H Linville Sun dayMiBS Bessie Linvillo Visited IIIIII1LII1Il1LL Jill 11111 + relatives on Davis Branch Monday Mrs P L Stephens mid little daughter Ethel May visited Mrs Sarah Stephens TuesdayMr Ely BulleD of Conway was hero Monday 01 business Mr George T Payne of Disputanta visited Mr and Mrs W H Stephens Saturday and Sunday Everett the little son of Mr and Mrs J W McCollum died Sunday night after a few days illuerw he was little over two years old His mains were laid to rut in the Scaffold Cane cemetryMr D G Waddl- and sister Miss Minnie visited friend hero Saturday night Born to th wife of John Linvillo April Oa fin girl OWSLEY COUNTY COW CREEK April 14Poto Hacker is Buffer gripHisrecovery Pete is one of our leading business menJack Barker the hustling merchant of Booueville visited his sister Mrs Marthy Ever sole at this place Saturday and Sunday There is a good time coming help it out Preaching on Cow Cree- Sunday The Rev Arrowwood Brothers ara to be with us Let uf for once leave off our loss tradin and moonshining on Sunday and turn out to church This world is a curious compound Isaac Gabbard is on the sick listMatilda Gabbard is reported on the same 1iatRev- E D Gabbard is out again looking for a barber lIe is loath to part with his whiskers like Sampson o old he is as other men when shaven GABBARD April 14Wo are having fine weather and farmers are planting cornR W Minter of Boonevilje was here Thursday after a hayWm Huff had a plowing Sdt urdayC B Gabbard had a log rolling Monday He got 20 hands Leo Barrett has loft W B Gab bardand will not help him make a cropS E Baker and Jeff Ic- IntOBb have gone into the goods business on Buffalo Creek Tho fruit crop has been injured Peaches are nearly all killed Pears anti apples are partly killed but will bo a fair crop if the weather continues warmOat sowing and Irish potato planting is over and corn planting bus begunCorn is going at from 05 to 75 cents a bushelin this vicin ityJohn S Gabbard and sotis have made a new ditch this week JACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK April 17Josh D Alcorn Hiram and Jay Richardson have gone to HamiltonEd Richardson and family have moved to Kavanaugh Thomas Eversolo and wife and Bud Isaacs and wife were the guests ol Mrs H H Fowler Sunday Wo had a snow storm yesterday and it is feared the apple crop will be small owing to the cold weather Abram Coffey Deputy Sheriff has gono to McKee to attend courtOn last Thursday night the store of Jonah Wagers at Wagoraville was entered by burglars who blew open the solo and also took n lot of clothing anrl jewelry Bloodhounds were secured and sent on the trial and latest re port is that they captured one of the gang who says ho is from Louisville But declines to talk further This is the second time in the past six months that the same deed has been done there Rev Parsons will preach hero on Easter and Saturday pr- oiouD N Welch was here ThursdayEVERGREEN April 18 Mrs Isabella Drew has returned hone from DerenMr Forest Brocknmn was scalded very badly by hot water and steam lit Mrs Rena Hills Saturday night i Green Lake lost a flue node list Monday killed bya tfeeJ W Jones had a nice black heifer killet jumping a fenctlMrs Sallio Hel laud visited Squire John Hammond Tuesday Edward Lake has Made four hundred panel of new fence this spriug Prof Dinsmore of Bercu Mr Jacob Herudon and Mr Ruble Baker made a flying trip through Jackson county this weokMr Han Mailcoat Peter Rose Sam Calhoun Daniel Boone Heron and Abraham Griffon were the guests of Mr Bob I Rose Saturday nightMr Daniel and Clell Mullins of Withers callw on Miss Ettie and Ohio Sparks Sun day Frank Hellard was the guest of Sarah A Lake Sunday Born to the wife of T C Row a 13 pouted girlJohn Alcorn played the organ for a small crowd at Edward Lakes Sunday evening Nnth Jones visited Mrs Alpha Amyx Sunday even il1gTho Sunday achool at Pin Grove is getting along nicely Rev C M Van Winkle will preach at Bethel next Sunday GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSYILLE April 18 Formers are very bus preparing their land for time All busy farmers have planted the- ipanlensMrs R C Bolan and Mm rsjingRev Phelix Rogers whose homo is in Oklahoma is visiting hereMrs Sallie Nave Wilson is expected to visit her parents this week her homo is in North Vernon j IndMrs R C Bolan has a fine flock of goslings the first of this seasonJ A Arnolds school will obese in two weeks Next Sundry Rev Lunsford will preach at Level Green church Mr and Mrs John Hester are rejoicing over a fine baby homereon Mrs has been on the sick list is improv IIil1gJ G Clark sold A bunch of fat on the 14th at 450 per hun eBredJudge Ford and Jack Adams visited at R C Bolans lost TuesdayMrs Joe Wylie of Wallacelonwho has been sick is some bettor Misses Parrie and Maggie Clark visited their cousin Miss Grace Baker last Sunday evening Lewis Navel and wife visited at lieC Bolans Sunday Rev Jordan filled ChalJClSnndaTbe meeting began at Lawson Chapel Monday night the 14thplies Dora graollparenillk ulghtNat Wlllmot of Gum Sul phur visited his daughter Mrs Pall Rogers Monuuy11rs Grose Allen formerly of Cartersville who now lives In Lancaster Is not expected to live but n short time The writer fools deep sympathy for her as n good friend THE GREEN SEAL PAINTS Stand thinning with pure Linseed Oil and are therefore more economical than other paints Read three lions on every package For solo by Porter Drug Co To a man up a tree things are apt to look wet for the average man doesnt climb a tree except In a case of high water Many a bumptious young man has become tame aa a barnyard fowl after marrying a small red headed woman One reason why a man looks bette- In a cheap photograph la that It la easier for him to look pleasant while thinking of what It will cost him PUT YOUR DOLLARS INTO GOOD PAINT It pays every time Ordinary paint is dear at any price Green Seal Liquid Paint is an investment For sale by Porter Drug Co r Carriage Satisfaction Here 1 Our Vehicles are ouo In wheel body finish and trimmings No other sort could give the satisfaction our carriages invariably give i No better place to buy than HERE No bettor time to buy than NOW Prices down to Rockbottom Qualities up to We and retire Get our i I C F HIGGINS Ky YourHeart May Be Weak One In Four Has a WeaR Heart One of the sumt liens of n weak heart shortness of breath after ezeriNe Tour heart Is not able to pump the blood fut enough to your tune Some of the other symptoms of Heart Trouble are Vlm In the able Desk end Shoulder hinting or Week Spells Dry Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Cold Feet or No one eon tfford to a heart to BO without medicine beouun weak heart means poor olrouUtlon and poor circulation means weak lungs stomach liver kIdney etc If therefore you suspect heart trouble begin taking Dr blues New Heart Cure The Heart Cure will do you good as It la a splendid tonic for the Wood end nerves and will revitalise your entire system Finally remember Dr Mlles New gearanteerthat the first bottle w U do you good If It doesnt your money beak I was afflicted with heart trouble for three years t would be a re all and without a moments w mlJwould tall as though shot The atttlehwere frequent and a terrible ilreaa pet pissed me as I never knew whenOr where nor under what woe1iwould be attacked end whether 1 survive them 1 consulted and was treated by name of the most rmlnvnt relist Dr MUes New Heart Cure and been to Improve at once I uHd tetj batiks which entirely cured mft as I had an attack for five years MftfiT JOHN DHB8UACK ljtwlc 0 FREE Writ to us for Pr o Trial Parka a of Or Muss Anti Pain Pllll Iho New Bnntlfto rem dy for Pain Alto Symptom flank Our Specialist wlU diagnose your cue tell h It rigliesCO LAJIORATOIUUS BLKUAIIT WD Buggies PhaetonsRunabouts Surrioa Traps Durable k GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish FLAWLESS Topnotch repaint repair prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS PropRichmond Person IIsOOI For Sale One house ROIl lot on cast end of Cooler Street Daren Ky Ilousa has four rooms taxed and in good condition for weather boarding ole Built last fall Lot 120 by 121 font y room tor garden PRICE 450 For further particulars rail on JOHN BALES or oWllor S D COMBS Bores Ky THE BEST If you gnt an Osborn you gel THE BEST DISC HARROWS MOWERS AND RAKES Also Sell AMERICAN BANNER STEEL FENCE Let mo wind you some hay and ilpstuir Good Mid cheap 1 A P SETTLE Jr Depot Street IhoiiaJO IIIN PEARSONS MAGAZINE MAY r0R I I YOU MAY IUAD 1 The Only True and Authcnti Account of j The Shacklzg if Jefferson Davis The story u n compilation cf reminiscences taken front the diary of LirUTCou IN J CRAVEN r1 U late SurfeolU S t Volunteer Army Col Craven vsa stationed at Fortress Monroe luring the year 1865 and was detailed as n special physician to the former President of the Confederacy The scenes described by this eyewitness present a most unusual combination cf events ofexciting action pathetic Interest and historic importance tr THE MAY PEARSONS r IO Cents a Copy 5100 a Year t For Sale upon all Newsstands from April 20lh to May 20th or at the 1 Office of the PEARSON PUBLISHING CO Astor Place N Y f InfmntuRtr Inannoct Dysentery and Bowel Troubles of Children Any Jlge Aida thClRtguUtei the Boweli ifni the Child and ttEETHING pOWDElt TEETHING n EASY Cests OIly 25c at Druggists or sail 25c to C J MOFFETT M D St Isis Me Mother 1 Hesitate no longer but save the health and life of your child as thousands have done by giving these powdet TEETHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and ever comes the effects of the summers heat upon teethingchildren