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A tll f J IH REA PUBLISHING 8 L O HINMAN Manager11 tiif of txa Poa6oAa I Juno Ar + eaai UofIIGlllr H r r r r r r r J J J r+HHp I VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 27 1905 One dollar a year NO 45 1 t PERT PARAGRAPHS Tho short weight grocer richly deserves a long wait between customers Mon has a great contempt for dish washing until ho has tried it Although a man cannot see the boll on tho buck of his neck ho never forgets that It Is there How very commonly common eggs took after Kanterl FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho Worlds Conference of tho Y M C A was formally opened in Paris St Petersburg printers have struck again declaring thoy will not work on or Sundays- It In Rtntcd that President Castro of Venezuela shipped 1 100000 in gold for deposit in New York Tho steamship Minnesota tho largest freight carrier afloat broke nilreconls for the royno between Yokohama mad Seattle Wash mak ing it in thirteen days twenty one hours and five minutes The Russian Rqnadrou loft liam rnnh hay nt noon Saturday That night henry cannonading was heard out at lien and it in conjectured that Itojoatvciisky mot with Polite of Togos scouts which were lying out side Japan is discreetly nilunt an to the whereabouts of Togos fleet Ilostonskyhayor destination IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho main building of Vanderbilt University nt Nashville wns dOlling al by fire to the oxtotut or 200OOO Every telegraph polo thirty miles past of Choyonee Wya mid twenty milts west of there hum Iron leveled by tho snow Ionnsylvaulahas which proivdcfl for tho consolidation of Piltnbiirg and Allegheny Joseph Jefferson the votornn actor died early last evening at west Palm Bench Fin Ills wife and two of his sons worn nt his Iwdslde Tho body MnsslforDr D K Penrsons tho Chicago capitalist and philanthropist has decided to givo 250000 to poor colleges in Kontuoky Tennessee North Carolina and West Virginia It was reported that immigration through tho port of Now York for tho month of March reached unpre cedented figures tho total arrivals numbering 07000 Lost year for tho same month tho arrivals woro only 47877 Cawker City Kansas claims more happily married people than tiny other town of 12000 people in tho United States There have boon only three divorce oases in fifteen years anti those wore granted on tho grounds of incompatibility The absence of wilooim is given as the reason for tho happiness of tho com munity COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The handsome homo of Brutus J Clay nt Austorlilz Bourbon county valued nt 10000 was destroyed by fire Capt John C Donan ono of the Ixttt known attorneys of Hart county nUll n Mexican Wnr veteran died at Munfordvillo Prof Maurice V Fulton of tho University of Michigan has boon selected to fill tho vacant chair of English Literature at Central Uni versitySuit was filed at Bowling Green by tho rcciover of P J Potters Sons hank asking for tho appointment of n receiver for tho Green River Mining Manufacturing and Transportation Company alleging that it is indebted to tho bank in the sum of about 20 000 for money advanced Tho low price paid by tho Standard Oil Company for crude oil has led to renewedagitation regarding the estab lishment of independent refineries in Kentucky Local capitalists with ox tensive interests in tho upper and lower field are establishing refinery at Georgetown and will make illumi tinting oil and asphalt Tho Commonwealth in tho Ilargis trial closed its case with tho testimony of Felix Foltnor and Jefferson Smith Feltnor is u cousin of Moses Feltuor and his testimony tended to corrobo rate tho statements of Moses Feltnor in many particulars Tuesday tho defense begun the introduction of its witnesses Jos Ilargis testified in his l own behalf and denied all connection with tho killing of James Cockrill Town Marshal of Jackson Ho made a swooping denial of statements made by Moses Foltnor Felix Feltnor and other witnesses for tho prosecution f r 1 t ii rc 7 I 1III11uE CITIZEN POOR FELLOW I HE COULDNT HOLD IT UPIfay MeCutcheon In Chicago Dally Tribune I THING OF THE PAST Run on the First National Hank ol 3Iihvaukcc anil Milwaukee Trust Co Ended CONFIDENCE AGAIN RESTORED State Funds Amounting to Nearly 500000 Will Not Ho Withdrawn From tho First National No Trace Has Been Discovered of Harry Q Coll the Musing As sistant Cashier of the Banking Institutions Milwaukee Wit April 2GCOnO dance has again bean restored In the banking Institutions of MIltukeo and the run on the First bal bnntf and the Milwaukee Trust Co which was caused by the defalcation by Frank G Digolow Into president of the First National bank of over 1000000 Is a thing of the post and bank Ing affairs In Milwaukee havo resume ed their normal condition Whllo tho two banks affected are on tirely soparnto Institutions tho fact that thoy occupy adjoining buildings and that some of tho First National banks ofllcars direct tho affairs of the Milwaukee Trust Co caused many of the depositors to believe that one was a part of tho other Before tho hour for opening tho banks had arrived a mooting of tho Milwaukee Clearing louse associa tion was hold and a committee of that Institution attar examining the assets and collateral of the First National bank Issued a reassuring report Tho banks affected were well able to copo with a long run but It was decided by all tho banks in tho city to take advantage of tho taw on time deposits requiring a notice of 30 days of withdrawal on amounts less than 100 and 90 days whoro the amounts exceeded that sum All Depositors Satisfied As rapidly as tho depositors appeared at tho wickets of tho savings de partments of the affected Institutions their passbooks woro stamped ac knowledging thy notice of withdrawal and tho depositors took their depart ure It only required about two hours to dispose of tho lineup of deposl torsOno of tho most spectacular happen ings of tho day was the action of Mayor Rose In walking down Wisconsin street In full vlow of the crowd with 500000 In currency and gold In can vans bags Ho was surrounded by po licemen and detectives and walked Into the bank with tho treasure This money was part of the shipment from Chicago banks and somo from other Milwaukee banks Cashier Frank J Klpp Is authority for tho statement that much more than 2000000 was received during the day by the bank Tho First National bank Is deposi tory for government departments In Milwaukee tho funds Including those of the internal revenue offices and of tho offices In tho department of Jus tice None will bo withdrawn The Defaulting President Frank Q Dlgolow the defaulting president of tho First National bank walked down town but did not enter tho bank building Ho soon returned to his home where ho spent most of tho day In seclusion Assistant United States District At torney E J Hennlngs says that In nil probability only ono Indictment can be returned against DIgelow but that there may be a number of counts In separate Instances Up to a late hour no trace had been found of Henry O Goll the missing assistant cashier of tho First National bank State funds amounting to nearly halt a million dollars will not bo with drawn from tho First National bank This conclusion was reached after n conference between state officials and local bankers Tho state officials It Is said woro given a complete state ment regarding the finances of the bank Tho state bank examiner It Is understood also conferred with National Dank Examiner Doaworth GATES LOSSES ON WHEAT He Is Said To Have Dropped Between 6000000 and 7000000 Chicago April 2GMay wheat open ed In a panic at 93c Tho quotation Jumped to Me and dropped back to 88a Rumors of bank runs In Mil waukee nnd operations Involving local firms of brokers gave the market fur thor uneasiness The high tension of the board was sustained by fluctuations that would havo created a now fooling of panic had not tho market been too much disturbed to notice minor distractions Gates losses are believed to aggdh gate between 6000000 and 7000000 lie Is said to have tried to get out tit the deal as far back as February but was caught In u bad place and squeet cd by other big operators FRANK SMITH He Will Receive Share of the Chas F Fair Estate Boulder Col April 2G Charles J Smith of this city brother of tho late Mrs Charles F Fair who was killed In an automobile accident In Franco snld that Frank Smith of Topoka Kan Is his long lost brother and that ho will receive a share of the estate of his mother and sister Charles J Smith received a photograph of Frank Smith and Is convinced beyond a doubt that It Is that of his brother Tho picture resembles William Smith another brother residing In Newmar ket N J Twentyflvo years havo elapsed since any of tho Smiths heard from Frank and although advertised for by tho executors of the estate Frank never made his whereabouts known until recently AFTER LOTTERY MEN Joseph Benzoin la Undec Arrest In Chicago Chicago April 2C Federal officials arrested Joseph Benzoin at his once In a down town business block on a charge of operating a lottery system Tho prisoner denies tho charge and declares that ho knows nothing about any lottery system Ho was arraigned before United States Commissioner Footo and held In bonds of 1600 to await the action of tho grand Jury BANKERS SON INDICTED It Was the Result of the Failure of His Fathers Bank Ida Grovo la April 2GFred C MeCutcheon of Holstein formerly ath letic manager for Iowa university was indicted hero on a chargo of fraudu lent banking as the result of tho fail ure last fall of the Holstein bank of which his father was the head Tho state organization of Modern Woodmen of America had a deposit of 100 000 in the Holstein bank Hop Growers Combine Portland Ore April 26 Notwith standing the fact that they havo been served with summonses to appear In court In a suit for injunction to re strain them from forming a pool hop growers are said to be arranging plans for tho completion of tho pool Severe Wind Storms Memphis April 2GA special from Starksvlllo Canton and Yazoo City Miss report heavy wind storms that swept through tho central and north ern parts of tho state causing consid arable damage to property Many houses were unroofed HOSTILE FLEETS There Will Be No Great or Gen oral Action For Some- Time to Come WILL AVOID A DECISIVE BATTLE Adm Toga Will Make Every Effort to Demoralize the Russian Squadron fly Torpedo Attacks JtulSl Admiralty Scouts Reports That Engagements Have Already Oc curred Probable Sortie By Vladivostok Squadron St Petersburg April 20 Admiralty circles are coming to accept tho view that thoro will bo no great or moral Action between the fleets of Russia und Japan for some tune basing their boiler on strategic and tactical rea sons which Incline Adm Togo to avoid a decisive action until ho has made every effort to demoralize tho Russian floot by torpedo attacks and Interfer once with transports by his cruiser division reportsthatred pointing out tho great distance separating the places whore the dis patches originated and a naval staff captain declared that reports from English sources should not only be doubted but oven mistrusted The probability of a sortie by tho Vladivostok squadron In an attempt to join Adm Rojoslvonsky Is discussed by the Rozvedchlk a military weekly paper which confirms tho report that the three cruisers Oromobol Rossla and Rogatyr have boon repaired and that Vladivostok harbor is free of Ice and comments on this accession of strength to Rojostvonsky Tho paper possli nwalt a second reinforcing squadron nd expresses tho opinion that Rojost ensky will now proceed as rapidly as possible to Vladivostok In the Mukden Battles IILones Pass Manchuria April 26 An exact statement of tho losses In all categories In the battle of Mukden from February 19 to March 14 com riled by the general staff shows that tho casualties wero greatly overstated In earlier reports Statements from Japanese sources Indicating wholesale captures of prisoners enormous booty nnd cannon are now dented In real ity It appears tho Russian losses amounted to two generals who wore captured 1986 staff and other officers and 87C77 men of whom the greatest part about 66000 were wounded In evacuating Mukden and retreating to tho northward the Russians lost 32 guns of which threo were mortars three old typo field guns with piston action and 26 quiokflro guns Of the siege artillery every gun and all tho ammunition carts wore sent north two days before the retreat began Gen Karkovltch the chief of staff calcu latos that other losses aside from tho wounded wore as follows 15000 kill ed 7000 to 8000 known to havo been captured and 10000 to 12000 missing of whom several thousand wero driv ors sanitary and commissariat corps employs and othor noncombatants NEW MIDSHIPMEN fortySeven of the 75 Candidates Ex amined Passed Annapolis Md April 2Gor the 75 candidates who took the mental exam inations for admission to tho naval academy as midshipmen 47 passed These will bo examined physically and If accepted at once will be sworn In as midshipmen and given leave till June 10 when they will be admitted after the other midshipmen have gone on the summer cruise Tho successful principals Include E J Blankonshlp Indiana W P Dower Tennessee C P Jungllng Mississippi H W Kook ler Missouri E R lowrey Wiscon sin J D Maloney Tennossee M S Murray Michigan P R Purman In diana O M Reeves jr Indiana 0 A Trevor Wisconsin W W Waddoll Indiana TRAIN DESTROYED It Struck a enTree and Was Thrown Into the River Hlnton W Va April 2C Passenger train engine 143 In charge of Engl neer a HDoan and Fireman A Culp struck a tree at Cass on the Green brier division and the entire train was thrown Into tho river 30 feet below Tho train consisted of the en gine combination coach and day coach all of which were destroyed by lamps which woro burning Tho engineer and fireman were bad ly Injured and six passengers slightly hurt Tho tree tell across tho track a taw minutes ahead of the train 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John 216 S John 9 Rev 117 The Example of ChristIna W7 Zoch 99 Matt 1119 Luke SH John sto 13 lma- Comment27and Suggestive Thought- V 1 Before the feast AS the little company was grouped around the table to celebrate the Passover Feast Ills hour Tho time for his final sufferings His own which were in the world Those loved and loving ones whom He was so soon to leave amid the trials and temptations of this world Unto tho end Ills love was not changed by their faults nor by the apparent separation about to take place lie loved to the ut termost with a wise and faithful love And it is so that He still loves When ever we call upon Him for assistance it is given with the same love that was shown unto Ills disciples at this part- Ing feast of the passover when lie was about to drink of the cup that might not pass from Him V 2 Being ended While supper was in progress Devil in heart Tho devil originated the purpose but Judas need not have let the devils sug gestion rest in his heart V 3 All things Into Ills hands Je lus had power to save himself from the coming suffering He was fully conscious of Ills power yet laid it aside iu order to save us fully conscious of Ills dignity yet performed the act belonging to the lowest servant To be humble Is not to think meanly of ones self It is rather to have all thought of self cast out by the loving purpose to render to oth ers every possible service God prom sea us in the Old Testament that he that exalteth himself shall be abased and he that htimbleth himself shall be exalteth It is a promise that we may see fulfilled every day If we but watch and It la a promise that ever will be fulfilled V 4 lUseth laid aside girded lIe arose from the table laid aside Ills outer robe drew up the inner tunic and fast ened it with a towel used Instead of a girdle I V 5 Pouretb water etc Water was poured from a ewer pitcher upon the feet and caught in the basin Began to wash To cleanse and refresh Ills disciples to relieve their weariness Jesus seems to hate washed the feet of one or more of the disciples when he was Interrupted by the resistance of Peter V 6 Dost thou wash my feet Prior feels that It is not fitting that He whom they call Master should perform a serv ants task V 7 Shalt knovf Jesus would shortly explain what He meant to teach vs 1217 and as In future thoy would receive more and more of Christs Spirit they would understand more fully V 8 Thou shalt never wash my felt Peter did not understand the spirit of Jesus to bo that of loving service No part with me It Peter will not accept this It will show that Jesus spirit of humility nail self sacrlflchig love to lacking in his heart One must he hum ble to accept from another that which ho recognizes is given at the others self sacrificeV Not my feet only Peter now understood that a spiritual significance was Intended and felt that his whole being needed to be cleansed- V 10 Is washed wash his feet Two words in the original being here translated by the one word wash ran ders this confused The thought Is One who has bathed needs after a walk in the dusty street only to wash his feat and his cleansing hIs completE So when Jesus has once cleansed our hearts from sIn the stain Is gone forever but we make dally mistakes hence need everyday to pray for His forgiving love to cleanse us anew Ye are clean but not all The apostles all except Judas trulylovedV11 Not all clean Judas had ro slsted Jesus every effort to make him a good man V 12 Know ye It you want to un derstand what I mean listen and I will explain TheapostJCB themselves and his authority to teach and direct them V 14 Ye one anothers feet All who follow mo must show the same humble sell sacrincing love toward one another As we truly love another vn desire his highest good and In seeking It we lay aside all thought and care for selfish interests We will wash anoth ers fret by doing everything In our power to better his condition of body mind and spirit Ho Is greatest who serves most Truly blessed are they who learn from Jesus the secret of true living and realize the power of an endless life of loving and giving Practical Points V 1 The knowledge that our opportunity Is short should stimulate us to do our utmost for others todayGal 610 V 2 Wp have a strong enimy but One at hand stronger to enable us to conquer blmEph 012 13 V 3 Uiilcw we have the Spirit of Je sus the Father gifts may foster pride in our hearts w Chron 2015 10 V 5 We are tnt Christllke when Hho Jesus we minlsUr to othersGal 13 V 13 It Is not enough to call Jeaus lard wo must heartily accept Him as the Guide or our lives Matt 721 fflhat tip Amnlrau Qhiiuuttar rluitt treat 1tBy ROBERT J GROSS Second Vie President or American Locomotive Work To the reader of history nothing is more appar ent than the fact that the lust for war and its attendant horrors has given way to a universal desire for peace that the old passion for territorial onfluest is almost if not quite extinct and that in this golden era of the worlds history the mightiest Jtrtiggle among natioTiiTis for national prosperity at home and com mercial supremacy abroad America with Ui sonson td vigor of the new world coursing through the vdnsI of her vast empire has by peaceful conquest vantage ground in this modern warfare It Is now the duly of every i American citizen by the use of all Ivonoralile means and effort not only to maintain the prestige already gained but to widen the field for the exportation of American products until our markets abroad arc com mensurate with the almost inexhaustible resources of this great republic Among the most powerful of the agencies employed in accomplish ing this should be our consular service and wilt be if orb 1ed along proper lines Any plan of reorganization of the present system should he so framed as to clothe our consuls with powers enabling them to advance our interests aggressively anti to a successful issue This can be bIt accomplished by lignifying the office enlarging its powers and by the appointment of men who through special training have become eminently qualified and equipped for the duties they arc to assume With the consular service elevated to the dignity of a teamed profession incumbents should be given more inftiative and many of the restraints I and much of the official red tnpeleni which now exists could be This in the of our interests comIplexthe native language which in addition to the distinctive attributes of the American character such AS industry quickness of perception auk nn accurate grasp of a new situation as well as the ability to reeognje op i por tnitios and turn them to practical account will be a power that will nwke itself felt in the prosperity and welfare of the uatiou In order to guard against political interference or influence in the appointments of consuls or in their promotion it is my belief speaking in the interest of our manufacturers and exporters twit the best results could be obtained by placing this branch of the service immediately sub ordinate to the department of commerce and labor This department as recently organized is charged with the publication of consular reports the compilation of statistics relative to our commerce and is trustedwith our commercial yilcrests both at home and abroad and is therefore in a position to direct our consular forces to the best advantage Affairs of a broad or diplomatic nature could be wen looked after by our ambassadors and ministers wIlt JJieat nf ldinryI The many recent cases of persons resuscitated only in time to prevent their being buried alive have set mo speculating upon the most sensible mode of interment That in vogue amongst the least civilized of IIIftI the Hottentot seems the kindliest both in the ancient and modern tens of the word kindI The Hottentot having wrapped the body of his dead in skins lays it in the earth in the precise position in which it by in its mother womb a piece of symbolism surely as comforting an it is natural The Turkish mode of sepulture would probably commend itself least to those who drcnd bang buried alive As the Turks believe that the soul is miserable till the Ixdy it hRS quitted has been buried interment takes place as won as possible titter dentil 1lldle this increases the chance of n mans being jlurtodr naive iff mode of iiticnnent increases the chance of such a living flute twlijg as horrible ns the most morbid imagination could concctvo NQ cofiitt is used and the body fcurroniided by a few bcsrds is t4teel tdeep in earth with tha ex ception of a small opening extending truest the tend of the corpse to the surface of the ground i A Turkish grave is never reopened Each individual must have a separate renting place and as it is customary to plant a c press heidc each grave every cemetery ia vast and picturesque forest If Turkish cemetery suggests horrors to the Imagination the neigh boring burial place of the Anncniati presents horrors to the Might It is an Armenian custom to represent upon the tOll slane the manner of the deathof the entombed and many therefore set the representations of men being luuigcd or decapitated Perhaps the Thibetan mode of disposing ot the dead is the surest if grewsoniCTt for the prevention of burial alive The author f To LIft at lAst ntms surprised to find but the Thibetan exhumed the bodies of the r own countrymen whom we had been at mud h pains to bury but the author of The Unveiling of Llmssa explains this exposure of the dead as a provision for the dogs ravens and vultures into whose bodies the souls of the dead may have transmigrated When a lhibetan dies he is left three days in his chamber mid a slit is made in hs skull to let his soul pas out Then he is rolled into a baH wrapped in a sackor silk if he is rich p9ckr l into a jar o I basket and carried along to the music of concltshellx to the ceremonial I stone Here a lama takes the corpse out pi1 Its vessel and wrappings and lays it face downwards oil a large flat slab and the pensionersdogs- pigs and vultures prowl or lop round waiting for their dole They are quite tame Here is a delightful story of the canny and pawky Scotch mode of dealing with such cranks An old Glasgow shoemaker was sitting by the bedside of his dying wife administering to her dry as dust religious viaticum for her long and dark journey while she interrupted by taking him affectionately by the hand and saying Wccl John were gawin to part I hae been a guile wife to you John Oh just middlin just middlin Jenny John replied dryly John she gasped adjtiringly ye maun promise to bury me in the auld kirkyard at Stravon beside my mither 1 could na rest in peace among unco folk in the dirt and smoke of Glasgow Wccl wed Jenny my woman replied John soothingly well just pit you in the Gorbals first and gin ye dinna lie quiet there well try vou sine in Stravon I u HONOR DEAD WAR HORSES Japanese Manifest In Elaborate Pub lie Funeral Tlulr Regard for Slain Autmali In spite of the fact or possibly because of the fact that the Jnpauww to far from being a tmtiou of horsemen have probably innilo less use of horses than any other even moderately important race not mush below them In Intel ligence and civilisation they have felt and yielded to the impulse to honor with an elaborate public funeral the not very larGo number of these animals that have given up their liven In the Japanese nerv Ire since the war with Ituiwia began tBs the New York Times Judging from the brief reports of the ceremony it Yokohama it was of a character dis tinctly Buddhist and Included the be stowal of poBthumas names upon these unhappy vlrtlms of a stnigRl eertalnly not their own Just as IB done for the human lead by the practitioners of that gentle cult but the affair wan evidently much more Japanese than Uuddhtit and It is very pleasant to see that the men who are lighting with such desperate and effectual courage against aoolonsal antagonist can find time for paying grateful honora to humble allies that over received any such rwopiitlou In the occldonlul countrIes where their mili tary assistance has boon much longer and to a ranch greater extent Of course time eavalrytnan owry where Is fond of his horse and when rlrcvm stances permits treats him much hotter than would IM dictated by the mere prao tliall lien of war This BentlmenUIUra however U wholly Individual and In the west no cavalry horse rewlvea a sin gle officIal thought after It lit dead Hut the Japanese are different Feeling only what we see that war Is for horses a thing more frightful than It IK for men they give the poor beasts a posthumous reward What estimate In their hcartu they place on such a recompense for such victims It would be hard tOIlAJu hard as It Is to say what dogma and doctrine Most of the educated and modern hap anese would smile no doubt if questioned as to the tIe or the utility of ceremonial honors for dead horses and they would talk as BdeuUpcally as any of w shout the reflex adios of audt exercises as On only one of any vain awl yet the chances are that vex the most advaored of Lent mitigates tits asaositefiim wtu locouiprelMHslble rss rratloM owl qMllflcattoMs They are all toottcal and that IH Itself ta a farm of n el y which pmlumps ROt tM least share ORDER SPECIAL CIGARETTES Fee This Ex lslvenea Beth Ken and Worsen GonMnuwn Pay Dig PriM A tobMCOMtot In Uw tWnlly of MM tauM witMr fIX hi bI ta s window full of dgartttes made to oid r adorned with tk crest or nttorate la sjotd ef men about town who can afford to pay tar web laxvrtaa says + h Meer York Time A few bds n of clfjniwitea trade np In the alas affsctod by vomc Indloat that ra traramncca of this sort are sot caallMd to OM tx CMtosseni who have etfta NttM mad to order have their mat or monogram prisiM on extra fine rise PA per by some fashtonable HtHtlontr and take the pads to the tobaceoBlat to be Jlltsd and rolM with eke tobacco they most fane Domestic grades are quite aa much In demand aa ItnnHMa or Turk lilt Mar this MeruslveneM they pay from 3150 to JIN a thus shad for rip rcttaa that If bought in the open shop wWM tout UMOR nO or f7a a thousand CJIgttroUo Jl1 bate their pecnHar tine Seme of them arc as ernnky as an aW WBitnji If their pedal orders art rotted a little closer or a trifle looser than ihef am accvatoraeil to have them To a yoongr titan In the Racquet club who was Weklng on thIs score the dealer told Very well Mr lllank Give tw pormls lIon to sell those In our stock anti well make you another tot What was the answer with my monogram on them I like your lmiwr finance sir These cigarettes must In destroyed Morn tuna one uptown toliaecoulsl makes elgnrcttas to order for young men In this llrttUh arlcloeraey who have wed Anisrlcnn girls Whll In this country they aonulmd a fondueas for Virginia tobacco and wont smoke any other A wolMmownAmrrtcan woman living In- lomJQn bats cigarettes made for her in Now York of time eJOIIllt1uRI kind of Vir ginia itrnlRbtctit tobacco such as Is sold In flre cent imckagM She buys them In tots of 5000 elae mlled and of special site Tips to Chefs and Butlers Five per tent Is the regular commie slun allowed to chefs and butlers by all the tradesmen in this city To tho chill goes the profit on what he buys and the butlers anuilor earnings come from such articles as It falls to his lot to or dor Itreb from thhremall amount It IH hulWhultlllIItllot6Ia monthly bill for fruit amounts to 100 the butler Is aMursd of a little extra profit while the chef who orders for a house party of 40 game for three din nero at a cost oftlo0 enjoys a prcqutslto that IH not to bo scorned These two tomtt come from the same domestic os tablUhmont N Y Sun- Transformed SheI thought the Johnsons said that uncle of theirs had such bad manners they couldnt Invite him to visit thor- nlieThey did but since he has come Into a million pounds they have decided that ho was only eccentric Caasolls Journal ShamrockSalmon A salmon on which all the spots are in the shape of a shamrock was caught In Ireland recently It has been placed on exhibition In Manchester London Malt r MADE HIS BOY DRUNK Devilish Deed of a Pother in Qeorrjla Sent to the Stockade as PunFIsuMeut A most unusual ease was aired 1fth police court recently when J T Al bert a former employs of iuo Oaorpla Railway ft Kleetrtc company was or dared to servo 10 days In tho stockade without th6 privilege of paying a ate for taking his 11yearold son Into a saloon and ranking him drunk Tho little boy ratall and dullest for lute age was road by a policeman in a state of Intoxication When sent to headquarters be was too drunk t4 give his name or tell where he had gotten his whisky Later however he had sobered up and told tie olfeeH that his father had given hint the liquor Albert was therefore arrtnte1 and arraigned before the recorder Tho boy made a etralglttfarwaril statement telling the court in slept terms of the brutal treatment of his fatherMother sent me nptowa and I mar father he sold Father took me lour a saloon antI he ordered twO glasses of whisky lie made me drink one It was sweet and I dram another I dont know how many I drank alto gather I forgot all about itI teas sleepy and nick and when I remem bered anything I WM down iMto in the station house Albert brazenly admitted that ha had 0 given his son the wIWIJctI met the boy up town be said 7and he asked me to give him a te111yiI took him In a takran and h one and then he wanted am4HraM I bought It for him Iteoonler Itroylea was wrathy who Albert told that Albert he said you are not At to raise a hog ramh less a AcBtstc shlhf I am fOtn to send you to the stockade for M days without a floe Thats alt I Ian ply yew WHTar the lat lot 1 wteh 1 Bold ptve yon more 1 Atlanta JowrwaL BABY SAVED HIM I Hew a Drunken Pother Was 11111Ito IU SMMM Befere It Was TN Late A poor dlaoMuolaie mother tile wltr- sf I a dnnhard Dad a ham barns rrorythlag but a lime IrTiettyed tw yaarald girl In miss n e fsirnhn the little one and u he sad hla qnest for llqun dawederrrt l article of fnrnlturr i ti wss few weeks ago the a vllu in ler err1 Into a pnhUc hourwher e face the recreant huaban n r tile In her mother aini vn iM ti lather sad save his ne is ltd child aunty of T03tvu oh ore father covet Tb U her w t tdosrrt- o the bar whets her imn r I kuiba i stood and as the t e ur loco hu cheeks sold Isiw kit Ruand lleer goodby I am a Ulf e hwr a tile iHRfceejter DrmK p I doe ITK when she la none ln c we cl 0 postaated Is gone 1re Jthioci the hoes to Mt al 1um fining t to work Th11ttlP untltfJltlJOd I it raethlnK of the wore Isls papa ae they tell train the el ertiu Ms of tae mother ami abe IfIDtrOlo9AN to tht as the had Wen told roY maUiur tbe father ejnlals f d isdA beasts sensible of what his wife had Mud I hue taken may lat drink A new promise troll sad binding as tkal wedding vow was made In the grim one ner of the Inll and the two went home 1 to lead a brighter and Ills PilIPI ItIft BUaOESTIVB DITS Among the states Pennsylvania rants second In the production of wblwhy Borne men achieve a rrpntattea for pluok by not learning when to M go The saloon ta tbe worlds chief death trap the center of llabolUm on the earth i Of ovary 100 alcunoUes attacked by pneumonia 70 die while of every IM non alcohote so attacked only 23 die Having wagered that bo could drink a hundred small ftaaaue of brandy at e sitting a laborer In Uahemra Ml ItIwhen raisins the rOl1lI to Hta II pn When a roans pig or none goes astray he Immediately advertises the fact nil hustles around lively to recover the ani j I mal Bver see any advertisements 81tboys astray American Issue I Home Ma Is a dry town of wlJoh a local newspaper aYI Moat ever citizen owns the prlparty in which hrilives Taxes lire low The olulspiritual life Is of the highest order I The simple life his struck tae Paris cafes In earnest It in more common to r I see a dozon glasses of milk un the tsbles than to hear the popping of rhnoipatioe corks Qrilllant barrooms are dlllarlll tIand tear rooms bare tpruug HP every whore I A New enMule A Baltimore distilling company seat a sample of their gooas to Oiahoii Potter a short tine ago as an evl deuce of our friendship and esteem for one of tho cloth who has time wanly Christian spirit to advocate the doe trine sot forth In the golqen rule ol live and let live So they glrs us 4a new golden rule Hut it Is a rule that will trot work both ways Wtfore told How would It do f r Mr Distiller to apply hue golden rata to y the dfunUnrd and Un wife and hit tlttCormanltarlau principle gpwor U lef 4 aid Furniture and all tho tlino la an ends INowvariety to suit either rich or poo- rStoves Organs 1 Stovofl to burn and Organs from 1500 u- pSewing Machines head high arm Singers 1Drop Other makes lawn to nothingI Wutrh for tiro spring opening of 1900 I Iron Betts and call on R H Chrisman Opposite Welchs Phono 20 LOUISVILLE b ATLANTIC RY CO Time table In effect AprllIII 1905 HAST HOUND So 1 No 1 Nit 1 pIa Vtw UJI tell Il It ItI 11m glo 8Mam are IJ MO- lltaltrrlHt tieare JS IIIIyvII Jul tto Wn WM8T 1111 Nll Sis t N4 Ne- 11nflk rta a Ml p m G 2fyValbyy Vt W 1iI s 11Itlide Uti4 m Itsin- sMtlyvllle mrr4auywtMe Jet Id ISIS t an4 a 1 sad I reek nmtMrtloitu itN tUVUto team llWM Ieu a tee aad lHd 1Ifr c nit MIt VwMtlta re and wsa SHtflUfvlll 0 nNn7NlkJu911I tuni adtlma HT kocwI aemt er N II R MITtAptt I S McGuire propnredtoexamined by thu very bust null lates option instrument His work gtVl1fl Mittauictton for prlcofl on nil his work are right LUIUMH refitted within n few days after Inking the order If you hnvo any defect of vision it wilt xiy you to look over his stock and rucvivo corivct treatme- ntOPTICIAN Berea Ky HEaALTHr bone without Thedfordi Black Draught Wa hare aaed It In the family for over two yrera with the beat ot rMQlU I hate sot bad e doctor la the house for that length of time It lift doctor In ltaell rod alwats rcadr to mate a net on wel- lwdhappfJAUl8IIAlJyiack Bccauio this medicine relieves itomachrainifrvn the constipated Lowel Invigorate tho torpid liTer and weak oed kidneys t t No DOCTOR It Decenary in the home where Iskeptcountry wiles from any tibyil healthfortheir only doctor Thedfordi Black cures bilious Bndfeverla ailmentbecause i liver and kidnc 10 nearly con trot the hea- lthTHEDFORDSI I 6LA 1 DRAUGHT For SaleA- bout ton or twelve building lots on tho Louisville anti Nashville railroad ono half mile from Boron nftnr Berea brick and tiling fac tory in a finn locality und good neighborhood Can bo Irbougbt right For further particulars call on L B MOORE KyI tlIIIIIlllMHlllIIll MI The Home J JBHiriB LESTER BILL Editor + H+I +I I I 111 I I I I I I I I I 11 I I I IS IT LOVE The first test that a girl should apply to horHolf in determining whothor tho liking abe feels for a man in genuine love or not in tho iiniortniit one of companionship Mcro love in bored to heath thou in killed in any othor way Unless you can dream in a crowd all day on an absent face that has fixed you then never say you love declares n poet That is very easy i anybody can It is no trouble to be sentimental about a person who is absent Tho real question in whether you can listen all day to tho person who in by your side and still want to hoar more Anti that docs not apply to lovemaking all of us can hang enraptured on the words of tho one who is singing our praises It is when wo come to listening ton Posen in prose that love counts and if a girl finds that she is taking a genuine heartinterest in n mans account of his grocery business and that she can laugh when he tolls n joke over tho second time she may bo sure that she has the real article and that her affection will stand tho wear and tear of daily intercourse One of the commonest errors that girls make is in thinking themselves In love with the first man they meet who resembles the hero of their romantic dreams All of their lives the have IHHIII imagining the mnnI with whom they would fall in when they arts grown up He wouldI be an Adonis with largo dark fed eyes a sweeping moustache which he would gnaw IImogolI melancholy oxpnwsion make love in beautiful longuogoI During this short hectic Rush however it leads a girlI to do things that sho blushes to roInumlxjr ever afterwards More often than not the object of it is some matinee hero and she spends her money going to see him playand buying his photographs before which sho burs candles and keeps violets and if she has got the disease very bad indeed she writes him silly love letters that ho laughs over wltbI his wife Weekly Welcome TilE MAKEIIS GUARANTEE Is back of every gallon of Green Seal Liquid Taint Doesnt make tho paint any bettor but makes you safe in using it For sale by Porter Drug Co- GREEN SBAL LIQUID PAINT Is cheap only in price Thoro is no economy in things that are cheap in quality Green Seal is the bust paint Costs no moro than tho others For sale by Porter Drug Co When He Wi All In Per wine and aenx he went In ItreneIAnd made an awful hit Hut when hed spent hli last red eent He trot the Ity mitt Question of Locality I never could BOO any fun In flub lag GutUS you never lived In a prohibi lion state The Difference Ilia luck has turned Once every thing lie touched turned to gold And now every ono ho touches turn to co A GALLON OF GREEN SEAL PAINT Is a gallon of heavy bodied paint and whet thinned up according to directions on ovary package is tho most economical paint made For sale by the Porter Drug CoIHad Later Information Name sumo of the dead languages Willie The English No that Unt dead Maybe It wasnt when you went to school but It Is now all right Indeed What makes you think soT My pa came homo from a lecture last night and said he heard a man murdering the English language The Usual Kind He lost his money on a sure thing that was sold to him by ono of the JockeysGot a straight tip from a crook In other words When He Loses Whllo poker Is a game of chance And therefore la a Bin The player often falls to see Just where the chance comes In Competent Testimony She Is the coming star of tho Amen can stage Have you seen her acU Xo but I have talked with her press agent BANNAS LUSTROFINISII In n variety of beautiful colors It is truly wonderful what tho ladies are accomplishing with this finish It makesan old floor look liko new Old furniture and wood work brought tome For sale by Porter Drug Co VISIONS OF SPRING I Now I wonder which end of this Paniculata ICleveland lHHHWHiHHHHHH- I The School i I JOHN WIRT DIHSMORB Ed- itorillHtMlMMlHnmnHh Problems of the District School CHAFTBR UDeFORe sellout OlKNS- AH soon as you have seemed your school and your certificate you should visit time district Your work has Ixigun and you should mo to it that its n good beginning Make tho acquaintance of those who are first in power earl make us good an im pression as jKJSfliblo Thou visit tho schoolhouse and make n thorough inspection note book in humid Ob servo what repairs are needed that cannot be done by yourself and the pupils Tho building needs n now roof there are no desks no chairs no blackboard no window curtains tho walls need painting Thoso should lo attended to by tho district and you hand the list neatly written to the director in charge Perhaps he will object to faxingthe district but if you have your friend ho will want to oblige ou1Jolnt out to him tho necessity of n com fortable room It is to ho tho homo of tho children for tho next six months There is whore they will spend most of their waking hours fire days in tho week It is not only necessary for oem fort but for health It wilt not do to have the children exposed to a leaky roof or to draughty walls or broken windows It is economy to use paint on outside walls Desks are n necessity for study Window cunning save tho eyes When you hove carried your point with tho director help him to make it plain to others Win tho people by your Humor m3 PhilosophyB- y DUNCAN SMITH You might wish your worst enemy something worse than boll on the back of his neck but would be hard to tell what When he hears piano loudly calling for help the mitu next door would like tocome to Its relief If ho just dared earnestness and thoy will bo willing to assist on Do not scoldnor ridicule nor threaten but simply say wo are going to have ono of tho best schools in tho country and you want every thing as nearly right as possible to begin with This point carried you will consult your list of timings to bo done by yourself anti the pupils You would hotter begin with the play ground That will most easily enlist their at tention Make frolic of it and invite all the children largo enough to assist Clear oft nil rubbish ro move obstructions repair the fence if there is one clean out the well or spring and make everything ship shape When lunch time conies provide nice place so that all can wit in group Direct tho conver sation into something pleasant and profitable After all have eater read or tell story siifga song play some quiet game anti thou go on with tho workThis should bo done only few days before school opens The girls will have done their part by washing the windows cleaning tho walls and scrubbing tho floor A boy should black tho stove When all is clean some touches of adornment may ho added Sprigs of spruce pins cedar and holly hung over the blackboard and about tho walls will have pleasing effect The advantages of some such plan as this are many It advertises the opening of school It enlists the interest of both parents and children It affords an opportunity of acquain peoploItinterest in the schoolhouse and grounds mad last but not least it gives tho teacher chance to arrange program for tho first day of school I which is to bo red letter day It will bo the topic for tho next chapter A NEW SPRING OPENING I c Washington Star M a It LJ a a n n n a a a a n Some women wouldnt know what to do for amusement If they were to Join the Dont Worry club With some women a husband Is a sort of necessary evil When her husband Is unusually at tentive a discreet wife will not make any 111 timed Inquires Into his recent movements For the next tow months timid trav elers will want to study conditions In Russia through n telescope It doesnt follow that a man Is Inzy because ho does not work Ho may hare a philanthropic feeling for tho other fellow who Is out of a Job and not wish to compete Her now hat cost 2Q1 Doesnt look ugly enough to tno to havo cost so much r DEAR IN MIND TJiat you owe it to yourself to buy goods where you can get the most for your money and the best in quality This is What We Give You WHY i Because this is a OnePrice Cash Store and we sell for cash only No LosseS DRUGS A complete line of Patent Medicines all the old standards such as Chamberlains and DeWittsI Bells Pine Tar Honey etc Prescriptions carefully compounded from pure and fresh drugsonly Also keep in stock in uptodate quality STATIONERY TOILET ARTICLES PAINTS AND OILS FRUITS- CONFECTIONERY All goods delivered promptly Give us a call Phone 12t Porter Drug coo1 W h W n DENTIST1 For 30 days I am making Special W Prices on all Dental Work Call and take advantage of these prices be JI- ta fore it is too late 111 0 Very truly yours iRCBOGGS a Ij1 Office MAIN BROADWAY 1 BEREA KY EeeeeeeeeE Time simple life Is much pleasanter If a man lives It through force rath er than through ne cessityA answer turnetb away wrath but sometimes the tender uf a soft drink has Just effect tho opposite A patent medicine testimonial never thinks of getting cut an extra If tho subject of tho wonderful cure who wrote tho testimonial dies the next tiny Sonic newborn babies are homelier thnn others but not much Strawberry shortcake looks Inviting on the wallets tray but there are few people who know whether It Is as good us it looks A statesman Is a politician who hasnt been found out Hes Popular When he comes tooting down the street Upon hIs little horn Youll hear a scurrying of feet As sure as you are born Tho children gather very soon And gaze with longing eyes Upon the red or blue balloon Thats floating toward the skies lIe really has a charming lot Of toy balloons to sell Bach son and daughter to tho spot Is chained as with a spell Ills horn toots out a toneless tune They gaze with longing eyes Each nt a red or bluo balloon A muchly wanted prize They away and sway u the breeze And bob and nod In joy They seem to say Come buy me please You little girl or boy Tho children laugh and softly croon And gazo with longing eyes Upon a red or blue balloon Betwixt them and tho skies At mat tho vender turns away And moves oR down tho street And th 5n the children In dismay Speed horns with flying feet There their parents Importune With little pleading eyes To buy a red or blue balloon To float up toward the skies l YOU WILL NEVER BE SORRY You win never be sorry at all my boy For Thing a life thats white Fur doing jour level bet my tor In the cause of truth and right For keeping your faith In humanity And your heart In touch with the poor And for aimays looking before you leap TU the beet way I am sure You will Never be sorry you stopped to hear Sor Judging the ease in hand You will never be sorry you stopped to think That yo rightly might understand Beware o the rashly spoken word When jour spirit Is apt to tretl For harsh word torn and never return And may cause you no small regret Tou will never be sorry you gate heart room To tbougMa that were clean and pure Tou will never be sorry a tattling tongue You never could quite endure That your love for tour pastor was loyal and true No matter what others might be That you held your principles as your Ute- Where others could plainly see You will never be sorry for stopping your eau When hawkers of gossip were round For begging the pardon of thoe you wronged When yourself la the wrong you found You will never be lorry for moUvee high That were brought to bear upon you That the code of good manners you passed not by That you studied politeness too e You will never be lOrry you bridled your tongueVhrn wittily you wee hott genljroullyWhenFor being square always In bwrinets deals For sympathy with the oppressed For giving BUt aid to the under dog When aggreeulre were all the rest You will never be tort for any of these Yoo will find that ray counsel Is truer the rule that you do to your fellowman As cud wish htm to do to you You wilt never be sorry when life fades away And the darkness of death draws near That you made sure in time that your soul waa insured For eternity while you were here B II FOIl In United Presbyterian The Iron BrigadeA OF THE POTOMAC By GEN CHARLES KING wrraarEurres ColouVi Dst+btsr rrn r1I+ Cop1 llt wby GWDUaaabam Co 4CHAPTBR XXIlICoxiixcao- r t But Renton had changed said they MI a result of the first week of watch- Ing He had grown silent and stern If not sour He seemed filled with rest- lesse feverh energy and no sooner was the main army bark from Hookers essay na chief In command than lbesought and obtained permission to go scouting with a small force of cav airy among the byroads and lanes of- the downstream counties Released samj ordered to resume duty with that military modification of the Scotch verdict Not guilty butdont do It again Benton came to the front burn tug with wrath at the foe at the rear A foe personal official and professional whom he felt mutt be McKlnnon He was not allowed to know at tho time nor to see until long after the extent of McKlnnons Intrigue against him or of Its reaction on McICinnon himself Only one officer witnessed tho scene A week after the Chlltons father and daughter had been returned to the southern lines when Stanton demanded of the major that he prove his case or thereafter hold his peace Ho had fooled away a whole month said the secretary filled it with vague charges and failed on specifications They sent him away ostensibly to straighten out the legal tangle in Kentucky not yet blessed with the benefits of martial law then when McKinnon was be yond reach sent for Benton Of course he did not see the secretary A placid baalamb softspoken staff officer had been told what to say Bentons act sociatlons had been ah unfortunate ly compromising and while his con duct on duty had not been called Into question at a time of such public peril tho department held that its officers should be ahbe above suspicion or at least show a disposition to relieve themselves from blame and Copt Ben tons ah refusal to surrender papers confessedly given him by a confeder ate officer bad added much to the grav ity of the cats against him What rase demanded Benton fiercely Well perhaps that was putting it rather ah strenuously said the officer What is meant Oh damn It burst In Benton most im properly what is meant is that you know Ive been accused without rhyme and reasonthat you dare not let me meet my accusers and you wont give me fair hearing and for this inap propriate outburst he declined to apologize For another week therefore it looked as though after all ho might 4getn trial but It ended In his being to quit Washington forthwith end to report for duty In heart in pride in spirit he bad been surely hurt In heart by Rosalie rhlltona astounding accusation and the impossibility of getting the faintest explanation After her impetuous outburst she had whirled about rand rushed to the waiting carriage demand lug of the astonished major that betake q her at once to the boatand even in captivity it seems hor Imperial bigbness was wont be obeyed O what a da WAS that first of July warm soft sunshiny the roads suit puddly in plgcee as from recent rains no dust to choke tho hurrying columns no thick cloy mud to clog the wheels or load the worn brogans Even before the earliest sunbeams came glinting through the eastward wood Reynolds had called on his men and they presently went tramping away northward between moist smil- Ing fields and orchards heading for the distant towers of the quaint little Pennsylvania town Somewhere up that charming valley their leaders know John Buford to be for he and his sun tanned troopers had been thrown ahead to cover tho advance and find tho army of Lee well known by this time to be concentrating to meet them Years and experience have the leaders of tho Army of the lotomacI something of tho true use of cavalry and there Is no more of the blind grop- Ing of the old days They know that Longstrecta whole corps is camping about Chambersburg across the South Mountain range to the west They know that lUll is between him and Cashtown tho first village of import ance to tho west of Gettysburg They know that Ewells foremost divisions have struck tho line of tho Susquo hanna only to be recalled to meet the spirited northward sweep of Meades farspreading corps They know that these men of Reynolds lead the van of the main army and will doubtless bo the first to reach and back the cay airy when thoso searching horsemen find and tackle the foe What thoy do not know is that from west northwest north and northeast theso converging columns are all headed for that same little Pennsylvania town march Ing to concentrate on Gettysburg and that this the First corps of tho Army of tho Potomac is destined within three hours to thrust square in between those swiftclosing jaws and com polled as Buford says to his own men to tight like the devil until tho rest of the army can reach it In support- In far bettor fettle and discipline Is Lees bravo army than when It tried the conversion of Maryland ten months before Only in two points Is it loss to be feared Stonewall Jackson Ic dead and Stuarts cavalry is as good or bad as lost For once in his life that brilliant and daring leader of horse is of no use to his commander Through some error of judgment he has gone far to the east and has been cut oft from communication For once the Army of the Potomac has its oyes and its wits at the front when the eyes at least of the Army of Virginia are away to the rear At breakfast time In Gettysburg this morn of the first of July Heths division of A P Hills cqrps of the Army of the South comes bulging ahead without the accustomed screen of cavalry skirmishers and is brought up standing by the challenge of Calefs light guns plant ed squarely In the middle of the Cash town pike and the simultaneous uprising of squadron on squadron north and south of the road Devlna and Gambles gallant brigades of famous John Bufords divinlon and there llko a bulldog Buford holds them two mortal hours until Reynolds with his foremost men comes spurring up the eastward face of the brigade joins Bu ford at the old Lutheran seminary and notes that tho main lines of Heths division north and south of the pike aro Just forming for advance to the attack In forceall that preceded bay ing been the work of strong skirmish linesand now begins In grim earnest the greatest and most momentous bat tie of American history First to reach the field In support of Bufords hardfighting Horse Is the First division of the First corps of the old Army of tho Potomac and the first brigade to come swarming up the slope is led by old grayfieard Cutler whom we saw at the head of the Sixth Wisconsin In its maiden battle on the Warrenton pike while following close at the heels of the foremost and obe dient to Reynolds orders breasting the height to the south of the seminary stride the five battalions of the Iron Brigade the blggeet not quite 500 the others barely 300 strong White haired Wadsworth rides at the head of the little division Thats all thero is of Itthese two brigades led by those two far western brigades barring the batteries that ever go with thorn but the blueblooded old Gothamlto in command swear he wouldnt swap it small as it Is for the strongest di vision In the wholo armyand be means it It is a sight never to be forgotten that which greta their eyes as the Black Ilsts come popping up over the ridge The westward forest is all alive with flashing bayonets aligned on the little red battle flags the division of Heth in battle array reaching al most from plko to pike with one brigade thrown out In the air to the north and pushing daringly forward to sweep the stubborn troopers fighting dismounted out of the way It Is barely quarter past ton as Reynolds for the last time looks at his watch bids Doubleday who has gallopers for ward for orders to back Wadsworth at tho seminary and extend his line to tho right then calling on Meredith points to that forward grove at the brook side Seize It he says be fore tho rebels can reach It Then with the Sixth In reserve with a full lunged shout In Its throat and fire In Its eye the old brigade breaks into a run Fairchild with the Black Hats in the vana 500yard race for the goal field staff and commanders cheering them on and Reynoldsnoble Rey nolds spurring swift in the lead rid log down to Ills Soldier tate CHAPTER XXIV THE FJQIIT FOIL TIlE GUNS Of Heths division we have said are these at the frontfollows that never yet have happened to sample this western command Hcthe division with the brigades of Archer and Davis In the foremost line The former has started his Tennossceans down tho slope Alabama supporting and la feeling his way to tho front for that wood looks ominous Skirmishers say Rambles dismounted troopers who have hold It two hours against tholr best shooting ore strengthened now by infantry thrown forward by old Cutlers first line which can bo seen stretching out over the pike relieving Devins worn men and letting thorn scurry back to their waiting horses But Archer sees that In so doing Cut ler has thrust its right flank Into tho nlrtbat Davis with his Mississippi battalions Is weeping upon and around it and Is already in turn far in advance of his own fellows so most eagerly Archer orders forward for ward and tho gray lines leap at the word Beautifully the battle opens for the cause of the south Cutlers men in their eagerness to relieve Dufords thinned and wearied defense have rushed full 600 yards out Into the open and Davis catches them In flank with his yelling southerners wheels his Mississippians to their right Cutler barely having time to slip his Air mishers out of the clutchthen on ward como the Johnnies full tilt for tbo guns of Hall unlimbered In place of Calef on the Cashtown pike Then two wonderful things happen and two new feathers go to the cap of the Iron BrigadeIt Fred Renlons luck this day of days to be riding with Reynolds as the corps commander spurs to the front Reynolds has borrowed him as an aide and Denton burning with joy and ex citement rides after him Into the grove just in time to see Archers foremost line come gallantly sweeping down the opposite slope Hang ou OITnmlrto 18 JRACTICALLY- LOST men Keep up your fire Merediths right behind you shouts Reynolds sa he darts swiftly in among the trees Haut on men goes the word from center to flask but things look risky out there to tho right where Cutlers ranks are drifting beak Then 1400 strong the charging ranks of the Iron Brigade come on with a rush The oast edge of the wood Is reached by the leaders on the right of the line just as the southern force bursts through tlw battle smoke and into the brook but even as these latter roach i the wood and Archer Is cheering them forward he is amazed to see his wing reeling back and a bluecapped blue bodied human wave curving round the southward end of the straggling Um ber Before he can Issue an order or strengthen a single battalion Fair child and the Black lists have burst through the sheltering grove in his front and sprung like tigers on his halted and astonished line while Badger Hoosier and Wolverine swing ing round him from the south com plete the demolition of the brigade He and half his force 600 at least are prisoners of war while the rest are chased to the rear by Merediths men First facer for Hotb as ho glares from the opposite woods where Pettlgrew and Brockenbrough ore aligned in support For him however there to comfort to the north of the plko for there has Davis swept tho field and is hearIng down on tho union guns Now li tho time to support him but Wads worth is too quick Archer disposed of the Iron Brigade halted and reforming under Reynolds own eyes the general commanding turns to sue cor the right He has seen the trouble In a single glance has seen too the way out of It and In another minute I the Sixth Wisconsin is doublequick lug away over the fields to its right In support of the men from the City of Churches now In sore need for those lank Ml8fll8slpplans have swept forward into the long cut of thu unfin ished railway and fiat on their bellies against the southward slope are pour Ing their fire into Fowlers men A fatally good place is n railway out to shelter a line when tho foo stands fast and contents himself simply with shooting A fatally bad place it is when the foe wont stand at bay but comes charging full Ult In spite of the fire and that to the amaze of Davis Is just what these Infamous i Badgers are doing this day With an onward rush no mere muzzle loaders can possibly check when firing oblique the Sixth comes sprinting taking the Mississippians in turn j square In the flank and almost in a twinkling doubling up and driving together huddled helpless sheep like one astonished battalion Down go the red battle flags Down go the rUles in answer to shouts of surrender Some dozen perhaps bending double and ducking manage to scurry off to the west But Gen Joe Davis has lost two of his colors and all but a few men of two misguided regiments and here too has the Iron Brigade done more than Its full share tVadebtnft ts aV mat weeping with joy at tho sudden stem of tho torrent and the magnifi cent stand of his little division while Doubleday seldom given to praise la wringing that veterans hand In hearty fashion Doubledays own men now arc fast hurrying up in support of the First division and there is soldier trl uxjiu mingled with no little anxiety as the uitflrlcd leaders note through their glasfcta lie long columns In gray stretching far teok toward tho horizon all telling the coming of supporting thousands A cavalry officer comes galloping in from the right whither Dovins brigade has been sent to guard the flank of the line Where Is Gen Reynolds ho asks Wholo divisions are coming there to the north Where indeed Is Gen Reynolds An aidedecamp Is spurring at swift trot through the maze of unllmberlpg bat terles Ills face Is white his lips ate pale beneath the grimy mustache He springs from his saddle and says Gen Doubleday you command sirGen Raynolds Is dead And now far out to the right and rear the boom of cannon grows laces sant and signal men are flagging des perately More men are needed More men are needed Howards corps the Eleventh Is once more at one oclock facing the very same vet erans that swept it from the field at Chancellorsville and that seem bent on doing the same thing here Then cornea the crisis of tho day for the men of the Iron Brigade Nine field batteries are shelling the west ward front of Seminary ridge Nine brigades have been deployed cross country and ac now at three oclock bearing down to envelop the grim slayers of Doubleday Here about the McPherson wood where Reynolds fell raging old Meredith and gallant Roy Stone hang desperately to their ground But Roy Stono Is soon terribly wounded Wfctar who springs to his sword Is shot In the face Meredith is crushed under hla falling horse Pal hlldi arm la smashed at the el bow and Stevens his lieutenant poe onel Is Instantly killed so Mansfield the major takes hold of the Black Hats Morrow heroic colonel of the Wolverines with every ono of his field and staff officers sooner or later Is shot One after another five Michi gan sergeants are killed while keeping aloft the sacred colors Howlers too and the Seventh Wisconsin are fear fully pelted Chapman fiddles brig ade on their loft is hurled back Baxter Is fairy swamped out to their right and farther stilt to the north Rameour Rode and ONeal with a triumphant bout of yelling confeder ates have doubled Robinsons dra porately battling division swept Ua fragments away and with despair la hie heart Howard realises that the day Is lost that only by the fiercest fight ing and the best of luck can he hope to save the remnant of Reynolds left wing that all the morning held oe grandly Then It te that the Iroa Brigade stilt slinging to the McPherson wood gets the word to fall back to lift right rear covering the Cashtown pike There It Is that they find their comrades of the Sixth Wisconsin sternly fasing the coming storm despite the fret that everything seems sweeping awry be yond them and Dawea their noting colonel pointing backward Into the low ground shows to the brigade Com manders astonished gale that even Gettysburg Is practically lost end through that town lies their line of xr treat the only way to save those precious guns ITe Be Oentlnue- dfnele Silas Pan Surety I cannot be mistaken said the bunco steerer This Is Uncle Silas of Joachims Corners Isnt ItJust let mo carry that carpet bag for youTen minutes later the bunco man won perspltlng like a horse and grunting with every step What in tbo world have you got In this bag he asked It weighs a tonMeant that It should returned Uncle Silas tersely Loaded It with bricks apurpose an put my clean col mar an an extra pair o soaks In my coat pocket Reckon you blnkobunco men dont get hardly enough exercise to keep your health good Kansas City Independent Pound in a Dream Stating that he Is a rich man of good family aged 28 who has traveled over Europe for six years in vain search for a wife an advertiser In an Italian journal adds that in a dream ho found what he sought in a mountain village Shore Is tall and dark with a small mouth and ears ho continues and her hands though shapely showed signs of hard work She was dressed In white and had a bluo shawl over hor shoulders Will tho girl described above write to P P EL care of this paperYN Y Tribune Tlio Common Sort Down In the Old Dominion the people used to set much store by their pedigrees An anecdote is told of the captain of a steamer plying at a ferry from Maryland to Virginia who be ing asked by a needy Virginian to give him a free passage across Inquired U the applicant belonged to one of the F F V No answered the man I cant exactly say that rather to one of the second families Jump on board said the captain I never met one of your sort betorcN Y Tribune Ouulit to Have Urea Warned lieIf I bad known how sarcastic you were I never would havo marrlod youSheYou had an opportunity of noticing It Didnt I wy This Is so sudden when you propoeod tomo after a three years courtship Stray Stories THE LAZY FOUNTAIN Amusing Dut Instructive Plaything Which May He Made Out of n Lamp Chimney Cork and Macaroni This is an amusing and pustllng as wolf as Instructive plaything which may be made by almost anyone with little trouble and no expense worth speaking of rake a largo lamp chim neythe larger and more bulging tho better and fit a cork to each end Pierce the small end cork with four holes and to thorn fit four glass or other lutes ono of which reaches nearly to the parse end of the chimney and projects six Inches or more from the small cud the other three just long enough AURANCJKMKNT OFTHg FOINTAIJC to go through the cork and pOJt a little on each aide of it This is macaroni It keeps U shape well enough for a reasonable time la cold water but by soaking U in hot wa ter bending art drying you roan make tubes of any sleep you wet The lamp chimney Is Mpftorted IB a vertical position by a ring or cork slipped over tin mall end Three fork are stuck Ito this cork the handles of the forks are pieced ice tin box conrII against the vies sad tie rover MII ON three corks tandlag In a lame or pan The toner end of the tone tuba should be wttkta a qwyter of ae leek str so of the box cover BUM out buck and la the box cover a UDall pare be made lit TItle le the whole apparatu qyou see make It 1q morr sun slantl 1 form If yew choose hilt It wool work a bit better save the iVoples Home Journal The MNtn thins II that the turks should It tightly T he put th top cork and pour in wMvr until it samees I nearly to tile top of the lag tube them replace the cork Md be ewe that you made It toWater rt oncu legume to trickle out through the iihori tuLft air entering through the long tube the same Urn Water oho flows alI the box cover through the small hot into the baalH tot the water does sot AIIrise In the box cover until II reecho I the month of the air tube The re suit of this II that the flow tram the chimney aa4es for as you know wa ter will not tow row a closed vessel through a small tube unless sum swans is provided by which air ran enter to replace the water But though tfce how frost the able say Into the box cover bal etepfcd the flow from the box cover through Ute small hole patiently continue BO that after awhile the mmttB of the air tube la uncovered sad the fountain hegialop- loy again In this Intermittent fashion the loan tain plays until the reservoir Is emptied THE FIVEPOINTED STAR Directions for Drawing Them Which Will Prove Better TIaRa the Old Metheda There are Many ways of eeakiug- fleeoolated stan cart although we Draw across circle through circle Find middle printed another way some time to method boys them so often la decoration that loliowID tsotbol making them should be kept I In mind You need a pair of passes With these draw a circle orI any nae a line the go I OK the cen ter Draw another line from Ute center to the top of the the ape we are go lag tell you anew for and girl ue the of wilt oem I UtlejUsecompos Place the pencil end at the top of the sir cle and draw a curve downward until It touches the line running across the circle The distance be rvecn the crossing point and the top of too circle Is tho exact distance bqtween the points of a five polnted star drawn In that circle A star drawn on stiff paper may bo out out and used as n pattern In making lags or ornaments The Limit You loon bored to death old man Bored 1 should say so1 havent a Messed thing to do and no mosey to do- a with Brooklyn Life I AN EQUATORIAL SHARK The Exciting Incident of Ills Capture After the Captain Had Failed In Ills Efforts Ahoy thero you sleepers Shark alongside Como and see him hooked The cry aroused Tom Johnson and Billy Campbell who word Bleeping 1 the halt deck of the bark Ladybird offBoston bound to Shanghai Tho ship was becalmed a few miles north of the equator x The boys hurried astern where the skipper was playing a line with a large stool shark hook baited with a big chunk of salt pork In the water tho boys saw a large shark n few inches below too surface and apparently taking but little inter est In tho plashing of the pork That fellow Is either full of meat or owe playing possum said tilt captain to the mate lie may be one of the kind that will toIle only live bait In that case we cannot hook him unloM you can spare one of these boys who seem to bo good fur nothlur ex copt to sleep and eat To toll the truth Mr said the mate neither of them In either tae ful or ornamental and If you were to stick the pals of UIOHI on the howl they never would be mtaMd axeeiil perhaps by tho cook who Is kept busy all the time for the hungry young lisps Say the word sir antf Ill have them on the hook IN a jiffy The mate spoke M If he pore tor rtbly In earnest and the boys own rtotw perhaps that they hail been quite troublesome to the mate since Ant they come spaced butts lo bf alarmed The parI usde- ildsdly And thru rwumarf I tey1nK of the belt Hte work Wft in itta he Miuldat Interest the bacK III to i sjame at all Finally the hlppu nu M tbn book sad belt aboard W tr M had grows tired of the sport Its west be tone for H cigar The moats took heN of UM iMriax line rolling It down Blase lor ruining Thru ho awns the hook at tile hark with all isle might gad hit Win fairy la the head with It There was a great commotion In the water TIlt shark- roneed to action noshed at the Waft otltI TUB MARK WAS RROfUHT UP BTAKUIXU the salt sad la a few aeconda the shark was broach up all aland g wMh the barb of the nook foot ta his gtUhrt A great flurry followed tV ahark ngg4lnc InolfeetlaIR y te rlfl himself of the rtu fitt Kaln rime oa deck madder than a Hornet that another should seaward fee he had tolled Get the witch aft Mr Ooanery hoist thta beset In the waist T dent want w oaartercek mescal up with life jamjhtor he nnlercil fa thorp boos Several sailors bugled aft and soon hauled the shark to a convenient place where ho WM hoisted aboard Ae soon as ho reached the desk hln tall weu rut off by the ean enter with a weUdlNdoil blow of his sharp ax It ta the unwritten law of the MS thnt Chips the carpenter shall 1Brs per form this duty and that Kruabjr the rook shall rip him open and mil bets to whatever his Intfrior may contain Sea tradition lefts that nitwit vals aWe treasure has been found stowed away la the inside of a shark but In this instance no bullion or jeweJc re warded the Investigations of the ooolt The carpenter fell heir to the bark bone of which he grade a hamloomf walking stick The jaws wore given to Jack while Hilly obtained the tall ol the shark a trophy which be dried lath tropical sun and took horn with him Investing It with n weird asxl ro mnnUc story of which be was the hero u is time contest of all boys afloat and nsliore Philadelphia lBHlrcr AN AMUSING TRICK It la Done with Ute Napkin Ring and Finger That Have Been Trained to Define All that U necessary Is a napkin ring At the table is n good time to try ItItyou are allowed Insert the two forefinger into the ring front different sides and turn tho Angora around each other slowly let ting the direction be away from the both Close the finger and thumb of each hand around the ring and bring the tips of the four together Open them and drop tho ring This sounds simple but If ono succeeds In a half dozen attempts It Is astonishing Tha Important fact to get Into ones bead Is when time tips of the fingers and thumb are brought together the tips of tho finger of the right hand must Irest on the thumb of the left and vice f versa In opening keep the fingers and thumbs Joined together perfectwtitt- and the ring will at once be free Capital fun be had with this trick if one not knowing the wcret uideavprj to do It IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS CONDENSED Interesting Inipcnin Moiled Down for Ills Cnsy Renders FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NOTES Government Officials Doings Crimes and Casualties Progress of the War Between Russia and Ja pan In the Far East Ironldsur Roosevelt has killed a nr and i bob cat Ha In satisfied tth his hunt for the biggest game he Rookfft Afford It ha nets one ore boar or several he will be better eaBed but loqftota hll own words i got whet I was after It wee really tit and I hope It keeps up President Rooev lt has boon asked at the csrrassrfs of tho bears killed ring the jut be sent to Denver for rrlbntloa amoJiK ike poor That Pw ui MII Roosevelt In enjoy g royal r 0 tr n his hunt for Hooky untaln i 9i i attested by See any imr yii rrurn d from the rip after n ra sis nt the sight with party irii iht only game pulled A n him r iliv twar svt bjr the sident a i h IMII rat sl i by Dr IXrtiutor flhi ii there t 4 been nly of f r dun- N Tabu Hhtn corn xiinlftit io linn n MI trend H lIdllda fog horl rat iiurlnr the lull In o1r tlona tl i ho ifcM not ev t iterliv iiailug for s toast a Mhu r I the Km 1 i em utaelne lpr4- Ild for a II hiiMn 1 earlrlItirK and all I an up tr lronellnlof from KM to ur eons It Is r IXM l- avte hi IMihumd 1elIi warp hit HoI r ii4ii says that On ironnthli jiin r fur a KDtinua n of hi sulnv as eoMimnndrrln if 71c ir annum bat boon r- erud by t war nlM Tarvanwt Mliniir MiXono lint up H Frwirh irti fin Minister ixtrasse iiorrnlns n In s nee of ih nil to Paclli juitimn In Kajiimli bay hr tense I L Inrk rs Ilinl sl IKMIKh not Ii lint toad t gtvc am r UUIa jmn all the quoMthms odd Of l it- TUiitphlt Ktrlrt wm rallt y i1 n se mlaleii r of fur r wn affair Y cmlcrvd IIIIlltnn n to Pn d n f the OOiinrll Ron r M hi T tswn acceif 1 It K h VH tl t lh lease will yloij- ufthe lied m Prealdenl l1lIft- I the pr t n nf the erJ1I1I11 in re in In Mnod TI uoltvea iinc up 11 Imleasses udAon de rniiutttul t ire from th iHblnct a prtaal itliut d ti internal nImreret 1 the Horeeenngnde6 r end T wniiH eaten has bQ- i ntuatet inillar itruveralea o ir Mane ittliiy In Ui tar east on April to liiiiatlpg HIP value foreign M f r riimonii pnrItuses- whrels nt the treasury priKlalm the vain f In Mixlcan ilvor dol for the iinniumtrtiiK n that y tit 4tiit fur the tuonth t til nod H aftnr May 1 John I + i all oj I of Maryland was T red pr iii uinral ot the Sons tUo ReY1 mr itt all ituix In all f 12511000 nll be roi this year to small rol itjji In tburui dUtrlcta of Tonne y Keota y North Carolina and tt lIt Virgil 1 I y Or D KJ Iltarsona r riilcago A near i rni and hNWard redover the w n rn portion of Nebraska t veral pn nimri tile heaviest si tv of tli y with a stting wind lohann lih illvaod blgumlxt and J PI trod sL r of many wires was l a ed nr t I turn Judgi K Un Iragctreierte i w tHout met sec i cry of t IVrlntlc Order Soils of Mrerja d ui h home Its Ihiluilel Tie bill ax 1iilrhelors M A year wu Ilisde ormr ot huallKsH of the + t iw5onnln niiiiy and aft r A lung Iiti Wltl ni finitely volt lsn J by a viva vt C Work on n l lM iit Mountain tun r i will be- Durina iiiiinnrrd at onrr t tnlvwind V iia 111 v i the ii a small toniuil pis h diet it niiiny bt niit and reeked fl Imir HM ple wore In iil IHIIII noiibly- iftiter a i ito igh Nortli ticnrgjnH- Kiiiau ila iqlat Smlti said Inert la t inuiii about the fact that T per cvn i if tlii peach crop north cff Atlanta a total toss aa the result r1 the WOT- Iir cold weather C V shunnon a retired 11Ir- Olnn of tb i Hired States army died MB hoe in Elkhorn Neb of Ii ghta dii aye lumiiipM tuiluros In the United utes nunilird 185 agninat 19G last nk tOll In the sumo week In 1901 ami 162 lu 1003 While hunting through a safe for r ipirs John P Fo s SO a retired Chi ago merchant discovered 76000 worth of Mock of the Peoples Ous 1 Jght and Coke Co Mr FOBS had for Cation all about having purchased the IocW By lie exploHtun of u bottle of gaso r me In the homo of John K Kunkltv rr pnllburg Pa three children of the family were burned to death and a fourth so badly injured that her ro ovrry U a matter ot doubt Lieut Olin Chnffto clef of staff irf WnshlntfWtSlrI8i6ct military COB 8 in the south und wost hn The slate depart ment has advised AniUaftnador Porter that nn American aqtwdruu will be sent to bring the body of Iatu Jones to the United States probably In June The body of Paul Jonee was horns from the Bctiool of medicine to tho Am ortcan church of the Holy Trinity In Paris und was deposited In the re ceiving vault to await the arrival of the naval squadron which Is to carry bade tho remains to America Mrs Prod T Dubois wife of Senator Dubols of Idaho was elected pro l dent of tho national socloty of tho Daughter of the American Revolution Mm Donald McLean regent of New Perk City chapter of the Daughters of tho American Revolution was elected president general of tho national so ciety D A R The jury which to to decide tho fate of Nan Patterson on trial for tho third time upon the charge of murder ing Caesar Young a bookmaker was completed Riles Patterson will again face ajnry composed almost entirely of marriott man only two of the no cepted panel of 12 being single one a bachelor the other a widower Rush orders for the cruiser Tacoma to proceed to San Domingo wore re solved lull stated at Ponsacola Pin that R number of warships have been ordered to San Domingo by the Ital ian government and as trouble in an ticipated the Taeomn was ordered tiers to protect American Interests Aa a result of the Inveetlgatlon be- Ing made by A ooonnlaalon into the spread of cerebrospinal meningitis In New York city Health Commlaaloner DartiHaloD stated that be believed the eominunleablllly of the disease has beeR unirtenUy well established to warniBt the placing of all cases In qlNlranUt The little vlllano of St donlveve Qot Is In noarulng over the lose of 14 lives In a lire which destroyed the convent of St Anae One nun nine children and four old women perished In the flames Two sues wore so se rarely burned that It feared they will dieA a Anus flaw In the new dry dock at tin riiarie ton Maee navy yard has 11fn developed by severe tests re cently sad sad It Is believed that nt least ont month will be required to effect th nereKiiary repairs Mrs Cluretice H Mackay has an nouNCil hit Inirntton or becoming n ABdliluii fur the pUbliC school board of Iloiyn L I whet she reeide Hitherto unit ni n h51 Ixen chosen messbTH of the board M Paul IrfMar Ituailan mlnlatcr to China wlmsc foot was recently slope tated U dead 1Hlteil Htutp Senator Orville Hitch rock Pint fOr Connecticut died at his sMUBBjiT home In Wahlnnti Ct from imciinuinla The end came al most iiti xMH ti tly the Immediate nsinee IHIIIK the breshlnK of the ab scrap alii had fnnsMil In the right lung and n hirh produced KlninglliSy Hon 8Ciinr Tafi received the accept aiice of Alfred NoMe tlf his apixMnt inset MS one of the board ot consult log ell Ktie is of the Panama canal commixHton Mr Noble constructed the HiHi anal The monthly statemiiit of the col lection of Internal revenue sliows that fo the mouth of March 1901 the total iiritpiH were ltH7aL an In rrenw us compared with March 1904 ot IelIJim James II More IT S A rehired died in Chicago after a brief tlhieas Henry A Vynmn WM appolnttd re celvwf for the Cokmtal Life AMumnce Ruodatlon TUJlootAIII000 The loss on the Callowny build lug ta slut 00 Uf LlW oUlJij1Pliitll the htavfrttt is on Star department More owned by Warner Bradford Their entire mock worth JWOOO ntburned Gov McDonald bas signed the medl eat antitradliig tump soil antiboycott bills The mbdlofil bill was fiitrmluc ed to rol blt osteopaths anti Chris clan Scientists from practicing In Col orado but was co amended by the sen ate M to allow representatives from all school equal privileges The joint arbitration between the luilldln Trailed Kmployere nacoola lion and tho unions of tho building trades tlf the city of Now York was adopted at a convention held bySS of the unions by the representative o the four remaining union as mil vMuMa and II of the nrgnnlMtlons In the Dttlldlnc Trade Bmptoyer auto rial low W H Mflalmm a trrivellng aalec man from Chicago leaped from the third tory of a hotel In Hattlesbun Miss broke hll leg and sustained in juries which are expected to prove fa tal Before leaping from the window M Helmtn boat hll nurse Henry Grows Into lnwnlblllty with n chair Vice presidents and cashiers of four Chicago national banks have bean sub poenaed by the federal ofllolals work Log on the hoof trust Inquiry Tho guhpoenaoB called for the production of tho accounts and records of the Aetna Trading Co and tho S Oppon helmor Co Sausage Casing Co Fifty leading turpentine operators of Alabama Mississippi Louisiana Florida and Texas in convention have formed a combine Coy Ponnypackur signed the Great or Plttsburg bill which provides for the consolidation of tho cities of PIUs burg and Allegheny CIty Rr Atlm Stlrlong who has arrived from tho Orient will be retired for ago In May Tho second squadron of the Seventh cavalry Including troops E V Q and tlppd ststrigh4t h amauga Park tho PlmTiitYif8l 1fAnn Kraotiifca It Is thought that the teaniHter strike In Chicago will become general Discord has broken out among the principal In tho Montgomery Ward ft Co strike Chicago At a mooting of the Garment Workers union It was decided to break away from the team store until tho latter organization de idea to spread the strike to other establishment A suit was filed In Now Orleans on behalf of policy holders of the Equit able Lifo Assurance society of tho United States asking for a receiver ship under the Louisiana law and for nn accounting of the company af fairsCharging groM frauds and unlawful manipulation of the funds of tho Eqult able Life Assurance society seven Chi cage policy holders brought suitIn the United States court against corporation asking that the great con cern be placed In the hands of a re coiner The transports Bolnto Ranger1 and Lawton which will sail for the Orient during May will take n largo amount of ammunition to tho Asiatic fleet for target practice A plot to kill time czar and his kits mon has been discovered among tho troops ot the Imperial guard Many officers are Involved tho very men upon whom the Imperial family de bends for personal safety The presidents visit to Chicago will take place Wednesday May Ii A telegram from Secretary Loeb at Glen wood Springs Col was received by President John A Ganger of the Ham ilton club stating that the presiden tilt party would arrivo In Chicago at 110011 on May 17 The offices of tho Mexican Lottery Co at New Orleans were raided by local oltlcar and a post office Inspoo tor Ollle S Smith and George Fir aault In cbargo of the offlcoe wore arrested for violation of the lottery laws of the state Among the pusfentrera OB the steam hip Romanic which sailed for Gibral tar Genoa and Alexandria wero United Stats Senator Henry Cabot Lodge and Mr Lodge Frederick Uterbark a mkxuikeepor of Cleveland 0 committed suicide by deliberately kneeling and placing his neck across the rail In front of a Lake Shore passenger train which was nor tug at a high ruts of speed The head wax completely severed from the body The naval hoard on construction has recommended to the department the acceptance of the bids of the Fail lily er C at Quincy Mess for the build lug of two of the smut cruisers and the oath Iron works of Itoth Me for the third A tornado sweeping a ptblOI RIRIllepart of Jefferson Tex It tore houses wrecked two negro ckuronaa uprooted trees monuments awl grave stones a A strange rumor Is current In View na to the effect that Archduke John who gave up all his privileges and ti ties to become plain John Orth some years ago anti the Japanese General Yamagata are one awl the same per son hour men were asphyxiated and two seriously overcome by gas at the Kd gar Thomson blast furnaces In Brad dock Pa The men were working In a tunnel An earthquake lasting several we pods and occasioning touch alarm wax felt throughout Derbyshire and York shire Flog and In adjacent districts Iir drinking carbolic acid J J Gns well of Chicago a guest at a St LouU hotol committed suloldo He left a note addressed to his mother in which he despondently stated that it had decided to take his life Intimating ill health and financial affairs as the roa sons a A tornado passed over West Texas had tIM much damage but no lives ore reported to have been lost At Snyder the Methodist church was blown off Its foundation It struck Qulhrle In King county wrecking the courthouse and destroying two rest dences A man aged about 05 years sparely built with gray goatee and moustache nod white halt and whom tho polite authorities are convinced was Bdmund P Pnpron 06 former newspaper man St Unite commute suicide at a JItel in Washington by swallowing 0anlile of potassium Chief of Police Goo Rills of HOD ton Tex has issued an under by which gambling houses are to be closet pol icy wheels stopped and policy writer forced out of business Henry Ooodell president of the Mas AntheistShip Macoochee on his way from Sa vannah On to Boston Carl KonlMk who was reader of the Austrian baud at the St Louis ex position last year wns accidentally billed In trying to board a railway train At linden near Vienna Chinatown the shadowy quarter Of Now York won raided by tho police Upwards of 300 Chinese gamblers and othoro wore arrested and hustled ort to the different police stations Wagon loads of gambling paraphernalia was confiscated In n furnace of tho Tennosso Coal Iron Railway Co at Ensloy Tenn six men were asphyxiated by escaping gull One man IB dead and the others In a critical condition An explosion of powder In tho Cabin Crook mines near Kyford W Vn ii thought to havo killed live minors und serlouRty injured as many more The tipples took fire and burned Commissioner John W Yorkos ol tho Internal revenue bureau left foi to look into the Internal rev tsilfornla of the Pacific coast and the wine anti brandy inter oats of that state LEFT KAMRANH BAY Heavy Cnniioiindinsr Was Heard Off Saigon It la Suppose That Adm Rfjtstven skjTs Pacific Squadron Has En gaged a Portion of the Japanese Fleet or Scout Boats Saigon French Cochin China April IThe complete Russian fleet left Kamranh Day on April 22 at midday At night heavy cannonading was heard out at sea It Is supposed the Russian fleet was engaged with a por tion of the Japanese squadron Before the departure of the squadron Vice Adm Rojostvonsky visited Adm Jonqulerros No Russian officer or sailor landed from the fleet In tom rank bay They had expected a Ne- bo atofts detachment of the squadron to arrive nt any moment The na tines wore highly pleased with tho great rise In the prlco of provlslonu owing to the Russians visit Pari April 4Tile minister of col onies officially confirms the report of tho departure of the Russian squadron from Kamranh bay A dispatch from Saigon to the Temps reports that the Russian fleet outside of Kamranh bay opened a heavy cannonade probably upon Japanese scouts The Russian transports Kiel Jupiter Knlun Gortsolmkoff and Kltal are still at Saigon the dispatch adds Manila April 24Tltrwe warship are now off Corrogidor Island It in supposed here that they are Japanese vessels and that Hr Adm Nasblha Is hourly expecting the arrival of VIce Adm Kaiiilmurn Togo April HThe announcement that In response to Japans represent tons France has promised the expul skin of the Russian Second Pacific squadron from Kamranh bay and affirmed her determination to maintain neutrality la received here with pleas ure and has relieved the tension ol popular feeling although it Is believed that If Rojestvensky entered Kamranh bay for the purpose of finally props ing for a dash north the purpose was accomplished before he was ordered to leave There Is also a suspicion that Rojeetvenaky may simply make a technical removal from French ter ritorial waters by going outside the three mils limit Hence the Incident will remain unclosed until the RIM dan depart from Indo Chlnese wu tern JEFFERSON IS DEAD Eminent Actor Passes Away at His Home In Palm Beach Fla toast Palm Beach Fla April 14 Joseph Jefferson the eminent actor died at his home The Reef at Palm Beach The end came after a day ol- unoonsotousnesH and after a heroIc struggle of days which bad exhausted his vitality At his deuthhedwere Ida wife his sons Charles D and Frank Jefferson his nurse Miss Mabel Bingham Dr It B Potter and his faithful old servant Carl Kettler The body of Mr Jefferson will ba taken to Buzzards Day on a special train leaving here accompanied by all the members of his family wits are here New York April 21Mr Jefferson was president of the Players club In this city With EdWln Booth Law rondo Barrett Augustln DabA M Palmer Brander Matthews John Drew S U Clemens mod several oth ers Mr Jefferson signed articles ot incorporation In 1S93 Mr Jefferson was elected president of the club and tine been reelected to that office at every annual mooting since Joseph Jefferson was born In Phila delphia Fobruary 20 1829 and wart looked upon as the dean ot the dra matic profession In this country Ho first appeared on the stage as a child and during his career played in n number of foreign countries His great reputation was made In Rip Van Winkle which he played In almost every ell in the United States GEN W W BLACKMAR Entertained at Chattanooga By tha Blue and the Gray Chattanooga1 Tenn AjtHI Jtt iOen W W UlRcknmr commandettle chief of the Grand Army of the Republic was again the guest of the local posts With his party he visited Chtckamau ga Park Ft Oglethorpo and Lookout mountain At Lookout inn lidwns Ton dered a dinner by tltQ local Warnm His party left for the east Confed erate veterans participated In the on tertaining of Gen Dackmar during his stay Minister Delcasse Will Not Resign St Petersburg April 21 Much re lief is expressed by the Russian press with M Dolcaases decision to remain at tho head of tho French foreign min istry as lie is regarded hero ns ho firm friend of the FrancoRussian nut once whose retirement now would ba considered a mlsfortuno Massacred by Thibetans London April 24 Special carte spondents at Shanghai give an uncon firmed Chinese report to the effect that Fen Chuon tho imperial oem missioner to Thibet with his whole retinue has been masacred by Thib tans at Dutang Shot and Killed His Son Montgomery Ala April 24W T Shoots 40 shot and kllod his son Claude Shcqts Tho young man was foreman of a gangof laborers In Wllfah lila father worked Tho old man WM discharged and blamed the son f STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST I II JUDGE HARGI8 TRIAL Witness Says Defendant Asked Him To Enter Into a Plot Lexington Aprils 20 During the trialot James Hargls Daniel Bush stated that Hnr ljvliad asked him about ton d shooting of dhtoEintoCockrlll to a plot to kll him and offered as an Inducement the tiiarflhalnliln of Jackson Attorney W Vft Vaughn ono of tho men claimed by Anse White In hU testimony to tic marked for as asslnn lion by Hargla came here from his In Oklahoma Territory to toll what he knew of the alleged vots on the life of Cockrlll During his examination it wal brought out that all effort was made to start trouble in the courtroom dur ing the application of ball for Tom Cockrill and that Hiram Hays had attempted to start the difficulty with Attorney Vaughn who was acting for Cockrlll Lexington April 2LMoso Feltner resumed his testimony In the Hargis case After a long wrangle among tho attorneys the court ruled that Feltner could testify to nothing connected with the Marcum killing and tho al leged conspiracy loading to it Folt net stated In his deposition several months ago that he was present at a conference with the Hargisoa and Col lahnn at which the method of killing both Marcum and Cockrill were dis cussed The court now rules that nothing affecting the Marcum gale can be testified td in thOt cnsetrhe most sensational e Feigneryears made was that two after Cock rill was killed and It began to appear that the Hargises would bo Indicted James Hargls through Feltners broth er Felix proposed to go on Mosos bondFifteen hundred dollars was to be used as a guarantee that the Httrglsea would have FeUncr acquitted of tljo murder of Fields Lexington April 2Wheu J D Little was put on the stand In the Hargis trial a new phase developed He related the circumstance of a personal encounter between himself and the de fendant and tho defense immediately urged the theory that this was the cause of an animus he had forcibly demonstrated by his manner of test fying Although tho progress made was not as rapid as had been expected Col Allen stated that ho would cer talnly close the case for the commonwealth soon so that the defense will begin the introduction of Its testimony I THOROUGHBRED HORSES Fourteen Perished In the Flames at Frankfort Ky Frankfort April 22 Fourteen thoroughbred horses among them Vlsela entered in the Lexington Futurity pee ished in the flames which destroyed Isl8OcinUonticut Is president of the association Closed Their Doors Dowling Croon April 2Thf pri vote banking house of P J Potters Sons oldest and considered the safest bank In Southern Kentucky fijod a dried of assignment The assignee is Col E L Mottley one of tho wealthy est men In tho city The bank has a capital stock ot 75000 and deposits amounting to more than 700000 Can Not Be Aggregated Frankfort April 22ln reversing tho Judgment of the Jefferson circuit court In the case of Henry Weaver a negro coachman sentenced to servo fivo yours for grand larceny the court of appeals told that separate offenses of larceny can not be aggregated to make the total 20 Each offense must be tried separately No Great Damage By Frost Bnrbourvlllo April 20Roports from various mountain counties do not j IndIcate that the fruit crop has beet damaged to any great extent Apples itto scarcely tol ell hppt ty1lid receiving the greatest damage It is thought there will at least be half th t average crop of the latter w 9tNeed 414ofdnuo law in nnIt cense for operating po1 and billiard Jnblos for h4re ownorpof such tables can npt fQtcoll to pay license The QldJflw rlq da license 9 2 a velar for ieitilblcs y Llnotypes Destroyed By Fire Louisville Aunt 21The crossing of two electric wires caused GGQQ loss from fire In the ostabIshmeatjft- the George G Fetter Printing GoiJ 124 and 42G West Main street life plant is Insured for 192500 Five linotype roachlnoa were destroyed Goes TorthhePhilippines Georgetown AJirtl 22Pror Ora hams H Kemper assistant In tho high fichoo department of the Georgetown city school lias been appointed a trachcr in the Philippines The alt OIntment Is for two years at a salary qf 1200 per year Alleged Colored Murderer Captured Hopklnsvllle April 22A negro be lieved to be Henry King who In wanted nt Dlrn n ham itstwfjjlliilIPJI tier 01 iyn olnmatJames H MUlira September 37 1003 was arrtnrtwi at I Empire by Sheriff Lem R Davis I COURT OF APPEALS Important Decision For Covlngton Newport and Other Cities1 Frankfort April 20Tile court of appeals In an opinion by JUdgo Nunn in the case of Stan DgunSI the cUr of Paducah decides that Section l 14S Kentucky statutes giving to second cia cities the extraordinary power of giving final trials to persons cbarg ed with petit larceny arid vagrancy and requesting that they labor In the workhoiiFO ig void The opinion says Ill ottr opinion when tho Thirteenth amendment and our own constitution to the same effect were adopted it was understood that the word crime was to include misdemeanors and nil offenses In violation of tho penal laws Tho decision applies to Covington Newport and Lexington all of them being secondclass cities SAVED FROM DEATH Rescued By the Woman For Whom He Risked His Life Louisville April 21Attar probably shying tho life of Mrs Mary McGuire of 1108 24th street George Zoaone a bank clerk was himself pinioned un dot a falling tree and crushed Mrs McGuire rescued Zanone and assisted In carrying him to a drug store Zanono saw Mrs McGuire standing under n shade trco which tIe wind was swaying violently Ho heard the trunk crank and hurrying forward pushed Mrs McGuIro aside as the trge was descending Zanone was unablo to escape himself His right leg was fractured and he was otherwise in jured KENTUCKY STATE COLLEGE t Troubles of the Faculty To Be Aired Before the Legislature Lexington April 22The internal dissensions that have existed for a number of years among the faculty of Kentucky State college and the admin istrative affairs of that Institution are tp kbe subjected to a thorough investigation at the hands of the general as sembly which convenes next January and a complete reformation will be asked from the legislative body The movement In this direction was crys tall7od into definite action by the rot ignation of Prof R N Roark whIch was announced two days ago and It will bb led by him before the logK Lure Country Home Burned Paris April 22Tho handsoma country homo of Drutus J Clay near Anstorlltz was destroyed by fire together with its contents during his absence Mr Clay lost a largo sum of money he had in a wardrobe In the residence and all his personal effects Loss 10000 with only 1000 insur ance Aged Farmer Drops Dead Versailles April 21 Thomas M Illfner 73 a prominent citizen of this county dropped dead of heart disease on his near Mortonsvlllo Ho had been engaged in trimming trees and was In conversation with a neigh bor An hour later ho was death Motion For a New Trial Paducah April 21Tho motion for a new trial of Mrs Mary Brockwell under Ufo sentence for tho murder of her three little daughters was con Untied by Judge Rood in the circuit court until tho next term of court on the grounds of probable Insanity Duel Between Kentuckians Ashland Ky April 20At Allen City near the mouth of Bear river Kit Stone while drunk quarreled with Bill Comps a son of Black Shade Combs and shot him In the leg Maggard took a hand and a pistol duel fallow ed Doctors any both will dlo A Fierce Hall Storm Newport April 22 WIMlnm Gugle reached hero from that part ot Campo Will pntilplhQ nelghborbopd of A1 iAuiiuiiaVlmd cUf1 ll that storm which swept the country did much damage to budding fruit and shade trees owing to a fierce hail storm Sconsor For a Confederate Camp meett120 of the Confederate Veterans ht the courthouso here Miss Helen Rlpy was unanimously chosen sponsor to represent this camp at the reunion 0 be hell at Loulsvjllo In June In ofOrlon Louisville April 21Dy a vote of 17 to tiLoufavllht presbytery north tutnrging with thoi- mnberlmul Presbyterian church For the first time since their separation the members of the presbyteries north and south communed togother Asks Injunction For Poolrooms Covington April 2Tho crusade Inaugurated In the Kenton circuit court against the Covington poolrooms- coittinueitjiwhen two more Injunction were on tho relation of At torney General N It Hays of Ken lucky Religious Revival at Jackson Jackson April 2n9V Walter Hol comb evangelist has begun a series t r vival me in4 e at this place I are held rtaflr nod nlghtv lu the cuorthouse fii Humorum praycrjjuriings In jihr tijnic = Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 1 75 for Youths The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to gin better satisfaction than other makes because the standard has always been paced so high that the wear ers expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere j We carry a full line and can insure a perfect jj fit Inspection inv- itedCOYLE J HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY 1111 11111111 1111111 III I I II Illl II II I I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 11 II 11 I 11111111111111 Miss Allie Fowler of Berea spent Easter visiting in Livingston Miss Williamson from the Hind man School was a Berea visitor the past week Mrs C F Hanson and Mrs Jas Stephens spent Monday with Mrs Hanson aunt at Kingston The fence surrounding Prof Dodges premises is being much im proved this week by a coat of paint Miss Whittlesey of Cleveland Ohio teacher in the Library School of that city is the guest of Miss Corwin this week Mrs Lafayette Cornelius of Mont gomery Ala is visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Will Flanery She will leave shortly for Chicago Mr W H Robe is slowly recover ing from his recent attack of pneu monia His son Walter returned to Portsmouth Ohio on April 25 Mr and Mrs Smith nee Nora Fowler are on a visit to Mrs Fowler of Berea They will leave shortly to take up their home in Knoxville H C Woolf who has TennJ connected with the East End Co during tho past year left on Friday for Iris home in Marion Ky Several new tennis courts have been prepared on the campus near l e the Tabernacle and considerable interest is being aroused in tennis circlesPresident Frost was wheeled out in a chair for the first time last Sat I urday but suffered a slight back set I 1 1 I I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I I I r I 1 I 1 1 Ij as result Ho is now mnking fair progress toward recovery Miss Ellen Stone of Lexington Mass is spending a few days visiting in Berea She has been on an ex tended trip through the South and is now making her way homeward The toter on the MOW Chapel is assuming lofty proportions and af fords a splendid view of the sur rounding country from its summit It is 102 feet from the grading totho top of the dome The work on the new Library is being carried on as rapidly as mater ial can be obtained The stone used in the building is being brought from the Rockcastle free stone quarries No doubt those who witnessed the exciting game of ball with Miami last week will be anxious to see Boreas battle with State College next Saturday A fast game is an ticipatedDr will conduct the ser vice in the Parish House next Sunday in tho pastors absence Tho services on the following Sunday will be conducted by Dr Chas Lewis Ions of Kentucky University Lexington Mr James M Combs who has been teaching sloyd at the Hindman school for the past year returned to Boroa this week Ho is accompanied by his wife and family and will reside in Berea for the coming sum nor The work on the new athletic track is progressing rather slowly Itis hoped however that another lCHARACTERI MAKERS New Cash Store C C RHODDS Prop BEREA KENTUCKY 4- t PRICt 300 week will put the finishing touches on the work When completed it will be ono of tho best fifthmile tracks in the State Miss Ethel Carmen and Miss Veruio Sine of tho Hagginmn Insti tutu at Lexington spout from Friday until Tuesday in Borca tho guests of Tutor and Mrs Lewis An informal reception was hold in their honor on Monday evening Refreshments wero servedProf and Mrs Weaver are busily engaged getting their household effects in shape for shipment to Wis consin Mrs Weaver leaves on Saturday for Bluff ton 0 where she will visit with her parents until Juno Prof Weaver will remain in Berea until Commencement Dr and Mrs Thomson leave tonight Thursday for Atlanta Ga to attend the Southern Congrega tional CongreM which convenes this week and whichwill be in session for seven days They will also spend a few days on their return trip visiting the points of interest at Chatta nooga and Lookout Mountain Last Thursday April 20th was the occasion of a very pleasant gathering at Mrs E L Hansons it being the H4th birthday of her mother Mrs M J McCollum An elegant dinner wasservcd and tho afternoon Wits spent in socialenjoy ment Tho following guests wore present Mesdames Robinson Lam mnSBlazerThe College baseball players are sporting now team suits this week The shirts and breeches are of gray cloth and tho stockings and caps aro a combination of blue and cream the College colors A monogram B is worked on the bosom of the shirts The suits make a decided improvement in tho appearance of the team giving it a uniformity which has hitherto boon painfully lacking The Ladies Aid meeting in tho Parish House on Wednesday after noon was of unusual interest Miss Stone of East Lexington Mass who has travelled extensively in Europe gave u most entertaining and helpful talk on Papal Europe AH the facts presented were gleaned largely from Miss Stones personal observation while in Spain they came with added interest and fresh ness to the hearers Tho College campus presents a very busy scone these days A staff of workmen are busily engaged in stalling the steam pipo system under tho direction of A S Worthon The pipes were shipped from Portland Maine They are tho K M patentedsteam pipo conduct and are time most improved method on time market Tho sewerage system is also being pushed under the super vision of Mr Oilman W H Porter has declined to accept the position offered him as Secretary and Treasurer of the Bank and Trust Company organizing at Frankfort He says that his aim has been to build up a bank in Berea that will be the strongest and safest institution in Eastern Kentucky and he has not yet tho business at a point where he is satisfied to leave it but will remain in Berea until the various business enterprises in which he is interested aro put on a successful and permanent basis The Senior class and a number of their friends were entertained right royally at tho hospitable homo of Prof and Mrs Dodge on Thursday evening Time guests to the number of fifteen sat a table groan- Ing with tho weight of good things Festivity combined with a time of social intercourse made the evening one long to be remembered with pleasure Tho host and hostess of tho evening excelled themselves if that bo possible in their hospitality and guests found it impossible to UH Emvicai iidqSHOE A ISWELL BOOT- forfasHionable people onjoymoutlofMiss Anna Hanson reached homo safely on Thursday last after a uino months visit at liichmoud Jamaica W I time guest of Miss Della WoolI cott formerly of Borca Miss lInn son had quite au enjoyable sea voyage beinga victim of seasickness for only one day Many interesting curios servo to emphasize Miss Han sons descriptions of the scones of interest she has had tho pleasure of visiting during her absence While the Old Kentucky Homo has lost none of its charms Miss Hanson is enthusiastic over the beauty of its scenery and the salubrity of climate to bo htlln Jamaica A very encouraging and enjoyable service wits held in the Baptist church on Monday evening Plans for carry ing on tho work of the church during the conning year wore discussed also the calling of u regular pastor to take the place of Rev SIiouso who leaves soon to take up work in an other field No definite appointment was made however Dr T T Eaton pastor of Walnut Street Baptist church Louisville and editor of the Western Recorder of that citywas present and preached an able and helpful sermon There was quite u representative gathering and time prospects for the work of time church are very encouraging FIXING THINGS UP Fos spring may be accomplished with greater ease and bettor results by using Green Seal Liquid Paint than any other means For sale by Porter Drug Co- BEREA YS MIAMI Saturday was a fine day for a fine game but tho game4lidmiot material ize On tho whole the HuronMiami game was n poor exhibition of baseball The battle was one wholly confined to the batteries Bishop and Special both pitching good guinea Bishop fanned fifteen mon and allowed but one scratch hit and Spccht funned sixteen and allowed eight hits Borons fieldwork was poor having nine errors to her credit against five of Miamis The game ended with tho score of 4 to 2 in favor of Miami The Score tlRRKA AII n ia It PO A K WeWi 7b 4 I 3 1 1 t I flSperttIta 4 0 1 li I ItlIunt 1 HUWUDOHV d O t II 0 1 t 0 I 0 beer r 4 1 0 I I s ToW 11 214 iV IMIAMI A1I It in Markteyb i i S mitit 1 1 t Meblln a ft 8 0 iS 4 i- 41oyLs 4 t I 04 1 I 1 UrawMi Ib 4 1 I It 0 IIMttug rf 4 0 1 It 0 I Lour 4 I I I 0 1 1 TeaIfO 4 16 527 1 1- Bae on IUtU Br Spcvfat I by BUkep L Two flue IIIU LOOK WlMTIirowtFBwUr Race Mslatghids Uwplresaurdte aal Otxae HOUSE OWNERS Should protect their property from poor paint ono way of saying that they should specify Green Seal Liquid Paint in thuir contracts For sale by Porter Drug Co- Enter In Bares Sunday last was an enjoyable day in every way Tho weather was ideal anti the services of tho tiny were in keeping with time occasion The day was opened in rather an unusual way by a number of repre sentatives from the Y W Cit tho Y M C A and the Christian Endeavor Society- At 580 a m a choir from these societies of twenty voices assembled at time Parish Mouse and from there began an itinerancy of the homes of college officers nod professors Two or three Easter songs wero sung at each placo on the list and these sue ceeded in arousing tho inmates to a a happy realization of the joys of Easter tide That the efforts of time young people wero appreciated was evidenced by the kind words of come ment expressed by those whoso homes wero visited Tho services in tho Parish House wore inspiring Tho pulpit and rostrum were adorned with beautiful floral decorations and the Easter music by tho choir was much enjoyed The pastor gave an able and helpful sermon from tho text If yo then bo risen with Christ seek those things which are above whore Christ sitteth on the right hand of Goth At 730 in time evening tho Parish House Sundayschool held its usual Easter exorcises The choruses by the school the exorcises by various classes and the songs recitations and dialogues given by different members of tho school were all well rendered and told the story of Easter in u helpful and entertaining manner Superintendent King and his staff of teachers should feel encouraged with tho work which is being accom plished as a result of their faithful efforts Tho services in the Disciples and Congregational Churches wore of a bright and helpful nature igrtrr Igruttrrrlourerrrrarrruarttmr 1rrrrvarrrrkKrrrr rt prrr i- I WeLdflSBIQ4JtIi F A I 11 1 Studebaker Wagons Ii j Ii Ii I Plowso ti I i Obelisk Flour j t Banner Paints s Ii y r- On i such goods we make our fight merchantsBerea Quality always good prices al t ways right and stock on hand and it t looks like everybody trades at a i rirA Ii i A WelchsyoAilAgSl AAlliAAl1AilAAilitAAAAititO7AAtiIAAAAARAAAASIAS1AtI111111i AQ eoeoeoeoeoeoepeoaoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo o eS 0o I Figures and Truths i0 That figures never lie when there is no liar behindo thorn has been proven in ages put We want to 0 demonstrate to you that our figures on 0 0 1 0 Dry Goods Notions 0- i And Uptodate Millinery I0 Are veritable truths and that we can supply your wants for leas money and with more satisfaction 0 than anyone else c We want you when in need of a new Spring lint s Dress Goods in silks silk organdie cashmere lawns white goods or ginghams Ladies Underwear Cor o sets Laces Embroideries etc to como toIf THE i SHOP FOR LADJES and let us give you more i e goods and better than you can get anywhere for tho money We carry a line of Mandell Bros samples g for shirtwaist Suits Skirts and Coats and shall be o glad to supply your needs Call and see us o u- i C J Hanson Coo i o ooooo ooooo oooooooooooooooe- Do You Feel Safe 4 Without Fire Insurance t You wouldnt miss the small amount it would take to pay insurance But you would miss your home if you should lose it and no insurance Can vrite you in any of the good Companies tf I tFIREACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD And TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLICc W H PORTER Berea Ky tfAT THE BANK f THE RAMBOUILLET SHEEP A WellKnown Breed Which Has Many Good QualitiesHas- I Heavy Fleece f One of the main obaractorlsliorof the Kamboulllfits is the thickness of tho fleece which of course makoH them very Valuable for grower who raise sheep I mainly for tho wool While they are also highly thought of for their carcasses onour Ole IIAMIIOIHIKTBIIKBIV they are notequal In this respect to some of the smaller and more delicately formed breeds snj3 the Indianapolis News As a rule tho owes are the best sort of mothers cud are very prolific moreover they seem to retain their strung vitality up to the period when the lambs are dropped hence Impart much of it to the young While U Is considered that where fleece KenerallI fair price the breed Is a purpose one there to no doubt but that its main value lies In the quantity aud quality of fleece tro4ueed PROFIT IN LIVE STOCK The Effects of Feeding on the Quality of Ifeef and Meat of Other Animals The moet valuable ruU on the beef am rail are the loin JVrtws ribs the seven vibe next the lots Ibf rump and round e iO other words the eats taken along the back and from tke UUftfe Up forrovr be lag of nth greater rupee than the lat let safe U D lisle llllHota experiment sUUan As to whether It to poMlbto to determine by me M of Ute teed the part at the carcass which will be most highly ddVeloped no experimental resells have been pMbltahad which are sufficiently well groHtxtai to warrant a eoMliMloa on Ibis point Any OgNnw to be trust worthy nkxwty lie based spea the slaughter tellta taw umlMref an iDMkls fed Upfiffereat met bods So far M our present koowlsdg goes it cvuiHoi be said that the method of teed Ing exerts nay material Influence upon the relative development of the different part That in to lAY tie carcase of a star In this condltloH Man shout the- sated percentage of loin sad rib cats M that of a inline rat steer Not only does this stem to be true Inn touch less difference Kerns to exist between wrll bred animals awl scrubs ti this respect than Is commonly supposed Mow evidence is needed upon this point also However In the light of preeen knowledge It would seem that the ad vantage of Intelligent feeding Ii tar more In tho rapid gain and better finish at oured than in the development of cer- taIn part of the carcass and that Urn advantage of animals of beef mutton or lard types over those of dairy wool or bacon conformation lies rather In tho I more rapid pain higher finish higher l IIpomontag41 of carcass to live weight an quality of meat than In the percentage of valuably cut SOIL MULCH IS NEEDED I Explanation by the Department of Agriculture III to ItaIAdvantages It for season should be fry as It caI In iiisjiy places last yon the value of loose dry mulch will be appreciated Tits method of keeping moisture IB th i ground is slowly beeoinlng under UXd The department of ag1etttarst- vos the following lucid txptaiintton of tie advantages As the moisture from tho surface evtporauw It Is replaced hy moisture drown from greater depths by caplllarr attraction just as oil Is drawn through the Wink of n lamp to replace that which In consumed by the flame The rapidity with wbleh uioleture will evaporate from the ground depends upon tho con liltloa of the capillary tubes or pore tlmtoonnurt lLe urflwe with i he deeper soil Aiiy dry blanket thatlilt be placed between the atmosphere and the damp soil will chock this evaporation Tho most mracUcal protection IB a severing of finely pulverized dry toll two or three Inches deep 5y thoroiiKhly loos ening the surface layer tho Mill par ticks are illrarrangod so that tho capil lary tubes are not continuous In this condition the surface soil leeoma Quite dry and remains to without absorbing moisture from below thus acting as a mulch and retaining the moIsture within the plant roots It Is necowary that Y this soil mulch be One for If It Is com y posed of clous air elrculantH between them and causes evaporation to take Mane horn the soil below the surface A rain however will wet the causing the soul to run together crust watering capillarity Title aCdlCanother cultivation necessary In to renew the blanket of fine loose STARTING LAMBS ON FEED Failure or Success Is Determined by the Care Used in tho Beginning I do not believe any othorone phase of Isnib feeding contributes more toward allure than careless feeding when the lambs are first put onto feed Toward the end of the feeding season careless beginners wondcTr why their lambs have not done bettor on tho amount of feed supplied them In nearly every case It IK because they wore not started In the right manner to begin with write- a Michigan farmer in Orange Jud Farmer Whoa I first began feeding lambs for market 1 was Inexperienced In the slat ness but several of my neighbors lint boon feeding lambs for several years To start with I purchased 100 western lambs out of a car lot shipped In hy sine of my neighbors Thejambs put onto corn feed as soon as they arrived at the barn Clover hay and beat- pods wore fed for roughage and and oats as a grain ration Doth of these were fed in amounts that the lambs would clean up nicely These lamhll were fed during the winter and the following spring marketed but to my surprise they bad hardly made an average gain of IK pounds each This Illustrates tho importance of starting the labs right While I had supplied tho proper amount of food I had not prepared the lambs to consume It profitably Since have become more acquainted with the art of feeding lambs and am now able to fit lambs that when marketed bring the top prices For the first two or three weeks after the lambs are put onto feed they should be fed very carefully At first they are Inclined to overeat and unless the feed Is supplied In moderate amounts MrS cue trouble results Unit In many In stances terminates the feeding season It Is advisable for two or three days after the lambs are put In tho barn to feed bright oat straw twice dally at morning and evening With Ibis kind of rough age there is not the danger of tho lambs overeatlog The aim In feeding this sled of food Is to give the lambs a rtianea to rest up physically before loading the stomach After the ant two or three days the arrangement can be turned around and the hay fell twice dally and UM oat straw once at noon SELFWORKING LICE KILLER Devise Which Will Work la the Heg Yard When the Farmer Is Asleep Here U a device tltfct will take the lice off the toga when the farmer ta sound asleep and what fitter stint ttefarmer MkT Drive a stake bite the gnnnd some TUB ll KXIIIKU IN fSB place handy whew the hogs sleep Thou wrap H with an old rope nailing Tell with No 8 nails then saturate the ropo with half lord and half coal oil wise a week and that to oIl the farmer Inn to do the hogs will do the rest Thistle vlre will prove to effectual that tbahogr wilt wand In line waiting for their wra- to rubNutiotml Tribune ANIMAL LORI Dry sawdust snakes t1 gw d bedding for the stables flood pIts are not ynwn and fattened on wind and water Timothy hay Is the curse of sheep Dout feed tIt01I can avoid It One of the host Important things In the training of a colt Is that he should have a goo 1 mouth It Is Iee steady julst horse that can do the Mm st days work when tho wHi4 1I is extremely hot P ml hreedlnlc and good reading aro so closely allied that they must go to gether Ono U useless without the otherWhen clover hay is fed one quart I- iIln oi the mixture Is a liberal ration for ewes and half of this quantity for lambs lu January 100a this country ex ported AIi31 sheep valued at f186003 The first thing to tiauh a colt Is a prompt enorgotte walk lied lop Is excellent for sheep but It must not be too dry or woody This grass If out too rank will males hay next beet to rioTer or alfalfa A crust oil barrel out In two makes first cbvw drinking tubs Doing saturated with oil also wollboppod the halves prove very durablelntJcetl The Honey Crop California is the loading houcypro duclng state with over SSOflO colonies producing about Itt0 5o0 pounds of honey and over 10000 pounds of wax San Diego county alone has 20000 col onies valued at 963000 Tons standsI next to California as a producer fol posed by Kentucky Missouri North and Tennessee Tho total of the United Stales Is about 08 jwunda of honey and nearly 000OQd pounds of wax Buffalo in Oklahoma Ranch 101 In the Ponca reservation has purchased from a balfbreed Indian it Missoula Mont a herd of 20 full blooded buffaloes and will maintain them for breeding purposes Probably the largest fullblood buffalo in tbe United States Is now on the ranch it was purchased from Pawnee Bill and when In good flesh last summer weighed 2200 pounds Kansas City Journal Turks Unconvertible The grand Turk line taken an ob servation of the Salvation Array and thedIts evolutions or ministrations Con Booth field marshal of the Salvation forces recently visited Jerusalem car 1rying a new and peaceful crusade thither but no Turk would come near him I rsDomestic Bliss lotiOU ac count for tbe numerous wrinkled I have How do I account for themTI Yes you keep mo In hot water neat ly all tho time you know Cblcago Dally News I New London Color Green says the London Bxprosfl If to be a fashionable color for mens at tire this seasongreen in all Its shades ranging between the aggressiveness of the cats eye and the subdued pallor iI the Brunei sprout Clothes hateehi4s ties socks arc all to be greenand III walking cane must bo green vrhongee j Bound to Come Mrs Ashe Dont you dread the thought of spring housecleaning Mrs DRlhYes Indeed 1 dont mind things being topsyturvey myself but it keeps my husband In such an awful I halo to of fltFreeMusical Heart Damage have been awarded ia a Ill4 don court 40 an engineers fitter named Mansfield who as the result of a sudden muscular strain had sustained an aaeot- lon of the heart which csmwd H to trait a musical murmur loud enough libe beard at some distance j Australian Sheep t- At the last sheep solos In Sydney one two and a quarter years old was sold for MOOO Others brought reenocttrw PIIOOthus reached 23IW- 0Petroleum in Romania Large oil wells hue been UUeoveWxl in the northern part of Ilouruanla petroleum is now being exported m many tmrU of Eiropa where It takes else place of American rued Russian i trel- euro ILong Service years Sylvanm JV was postmaster of Marion Maws and hes still at work In the offlrtt tit anxlRtant 10 bis sonIuluxv In wbasp favor he resigned on April 1 ISM Wen Earned Degree i A student after lending 36 yearspt UtMMtht university during which perk d Ite has ln regularly plucked h te lust pained the degree of doctor of ue ll cine Caused Estrangement Miss Justin Do teal me What ft the newest thing in swell gowns MlM TartunWhy Soar you arr+ Chlcqjfo Tribune mt aIMARKET REPORT f 92tC4TTLl4Cantnxltt Heavy steers- CALVIIISExtra e o oo 560 C 5 75 HOGS Oh packers 6 46 0 B CHi tSIti AMHS Spring 0 00 1lPJ 80- HIOITU Spring pat 6 8ft qJ C 15 WIIIATNo 2 red 1 00 3 1 08 No n ml 0 fl 07 5016Kn4mBNoIIAVCh timothy 1112 10 00IMKIBUTTFJItCh dairy 18 22 Choice creamery ra 3- 9AlPhBaChoIca 1 2 60 111 00 POTATOKS P r bhl 1 SC tl 136 TOBACCONow 5 00 fl13 00 Old 4 50 t 14 7 Chicago PlOITn WliiUr net B 10 CT 5 M 134NoCOIlN No 2 mixed 4 47 OATS No 2 mixed p p1 HY1No Slp is 91280LAKDNsw YorK FLOUR Win sUtfl 5 00 Q 5 it 4COHNNoadrIIVItVestornPORK Family 13 BO ei13 81 LARD Steam f 7 50 Baltimore WHKAT No 2 red 1 O1y qr 1 14H tORN No 2 mixed 514U 1- 1jCATTLltStwrs 4 00tID 4 50 HOCIS Dressed 0 0 50 Louisville WIi11ATNo 2 red 1 04 rOUN No 2 mixed t b1t+ OATS No S mixed II 34 PORK Mess HP 11 00 LARD Steam 9 0 50 Indianapolis WIleA t No 2 red 1 11 CORNNo2 mixed 0 4S OATSNO 2 mixed 4p aij thoboatCOLLARSTEAM HARNESSI That you need for the horn Cnll and get prices they will induce you I to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky uuWon a Namo of Famo thHfamousfamous by Iheir certain yet harmless and gentle Action upon the bowels Dud liv rr They hove no rqual for bilious nee constipation eto Thoy do not weaken limo stomach gripe or mako you feel sick Once used always preferred Thv strengthen Sold by the East End Drug Co and all Medicine Deale- rsTOMBSTONES I and MONUMENTS poor Owing lo hBlth lam forced to closeout my entire stock to quit business I have 25 seta of the host Vermont Marble and granito Tomb stones and Monuments which I will sell nt greatly reduced prices Hero is your oppor unity to got an extra good bargain Orders will bo fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works S McC u um Prop Berea Ky Frightful Suffering Relieved Siiirtring frightfully fr in tbo vir ulent poifious of undigested food C G Graysou of Lula Misj took Dr Kings NVw Life PiltIvilh tho result ho writes that I was cured All stow uch and bowel disorders give propertit guaranteed MONUMENTSYra Or nil and Marble Work nf nil kiwis done in a norkinnullkn manner at tea unable prices and with diitpatitb Allwork guar sdteed by GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky IWntr nl Oils and CollltK Surrli L A Daredevil Ride often ends in n sad accident To heal accidental injuries use Buck Jens Arnica Sulvv A deep wound in mvfoot from an accident writes Theodore Schutlo of Columbus 0I caused me great pain Physicians were but Ducklena Arnica Salve quickly healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 25c at East End Drum Sioro To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the mostcomplete and up to date in this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JCWGLRY REPAIRING Etc t do work for most prominent people of Berea and vicinity expressillksrgos paid one w aTy S G FRANKLINMt Ky REIEBEXCI Bank of Mt Vernon Berea College PLACES TIlE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL- Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Cdufse M ltg iooliiiclor oung men and Domestic Science for young Ladies4 Trade Schools Carpentry Printing HquHeKorki Nursing two years coultyCertificateAcademy CourseFour yeurs Oiling for College for buiiiness anti foe life College Courses Literary Scientific Classical loading to Baccalaure ate degrees Music Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We arc here to help all who will help UiemBolvea toward a Christian education Our instruction is n free gift Students pay u small incidental fee to meet of the schoolapart from instruction and iflust also weoksmnybbrougMof 11 weeks 2125 Fall torm opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disuiples Congregation alists Methodists Presbytorians and good people of nil denominations FOR INFORMATION ANT FRIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS THE SECRSTAHT WILL C OAMBLE Befea County Ky Madison County RoUerMIls i Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora t Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour H 1t1tM Duerson Thltu Station Kv JI I S DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATTU S lnG heeds ecuiss 2i ttmaa the trtal ele Witch te1 to SO cent a- nirAltlD OIl Y AT THE LAtOKATOIV O- rE C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILLu LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROADT- ime Table In Effect May I 1904 aoltg Norlli Train 4 tlaltr Leave B roa 3 48 a m Arrive a m Arrive Paris r 28 am Arrive Cincinnati 7 CO a m Halo North = 41 Train 0 lUlly- Ltavu Horea 1255 p tn Arrive Richmond 125 p ra Arrivo Paris It 18 p m Arrive pinchmat 0 00 p m Going South Train 1 bully Leave llereaI 11 p m Arrive Livingston 201p m blur South Trnlu A Rally Leave Bares 11 24 p m Arrive Ltvingeton12110 a m Trani o1 avid Ko 5 nuke cou uajtiou at Ltvmirst m fHllico and tin Solib with NT 2i and No 27 W H DOWER Ticket Agent I I DR V H HOBSON I t Dentist J I 1111 to IwfoakvRitbmond Ky I By the Tonic Routo The pills that act as a tonic andI not as a drastic purge are DeWitts Little Risers They cure Headache Constipation Biliousness etc Early Risers are small easy to take and to acta safe pill Mack HaMilton botel clerk at Vslley City N D says Two bottles curedI me of chronic constipation SoldI by the East End plug CD And all Medicine Dealers Founded 1855 Madison tIIN4 Potts WOlIl1oud4 Forgot About Your Stomach If your digestion is bad the vital organs of your body are not fed and nourished aa they should be They grow weak and invite disease Kodol Dyspepsia Curo digests what you eat cures and all stomach troubles You forget you have a begintakingteat recupnrates and gradually grows so strong and healthy t at it you no more R L Babcock Am herst Mien says I have lakon acgreat many remedies for indijrostion nut have fotihd uoihing qu1 tu Kodol Djppepsia Cure Kodol di gests what you eat cures ludigeston Dyspepsia Sour Siomich Belching Heartburn and all Stomach Its prrparation is the resultof Many years of research Sold by tho Eas End Drug Co and all Medicine Dealers A10 INVESTMENTIn lien Tetiibona Rto k during the Brut three roan of tile CumpoiT exMenee NOW WORTH 50000Thl it erldeno of I be enonuoa profit pro duetn ii or a 1I vilaAMh7t1iAN illllMoIH CONNE4TIUN will A NKW nth Ortur Inited 8iaie GuTcrnmrDt W adopledieorrarytem tIniporUHl tocuaeu ll roar the world CURIO ewer atoekpurbaeedundrrSrteal Ill- TaeeLePIIIHTet aKUt i310NT rftabltcJIGQKKATMl Slaw A OIIK SECURITY CQ Sole f wwl Airnl OH Wall St Sex York 1Would orlthstcaluwarrurttet luitahlerorfndminaAd dreu KATY ISt Loullr A Tried and True Friend One Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of auy harmful drug and it has been curing Cough Colds Croup and Whooping Cough so long that it has proven itself lo a tried and true friend to tho many who use it Mrs Gertrude E Fenner MarI- on Ind8aya Coughing and strain fog so weakened me that I run down poundsAfterno avail Oe Minute Cough Cure entirely cured me Sold bv the East End Drug Co I and all Medicine Dealers r AGENCY FOR I CANDY JOES Richmond Ky PRODUCE CHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC s Bought at top notch prices by sJ Ss GOTT Depot Street Berea Ky STOPIWearing those old shoes Bring them to me and I will make them look like new I am prepared to do all kinds of Shoe Repairing Neatly and Promptly Shop in rear of Gamble House Open every after noon from 2 until 580 Your patron age is solicited L DARIER C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night nd day Telephone No4 Berea Ky Rill Estate In Berea 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 WHAT DID THE PAINTER SAY When you told him you were going f to use Green Seal Liquid Paint f He know that he wouldnt have the job of painting your house again for a long time But you know a good thing BO you got Green Seal Liquid Paint didnt you r For sale by the Porter Drug Co Thorough bred Plymouth Rock eggs 50c a setting Mrs Jas A Todd Paint Lick PAINT ECONOMY You might as well make your paint money go as far as possible Use Green Seal Liquid Paint and you t complain of the distance For Bale by Porter Drug Co FOR SALE 28 tons of nice Timothy baled hay 00 cents per hundred delivered in or near Borea or 55 cents at the farm SIIELBT C TUDOR Berea Ky Throat Coughs 1 A tickling in the throat i hoarsenessattimesadeepbreath are features ofa throat cough Theyre very de ceptivc and a cough mix ture wont cure them You want something that will heal the inflamed membranes enrich the blood and tone up the system J Scoffs Emulsioni- s just such a remedy It wonderful healing and nourishing power Removes the cause of the cough and the whole system is given new strength and vigor f Sl J fir furlpL SCOTT G BOWNE dmhn- 40g 4l5 PtarfrStrrtt Ntta York siX anJ flOO sill Jmffhti 4 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 j COYLE HAYES 041 I I JJ I I I I I I H I I I I I I I I I I I H HHHH I I t I I I I I I I I 1 Eastern Kentucky News Ho ccrreiponteace puMUhed aalet signed In ton by the writer The urn U not for publication but U aa trident of rood faith Write Ulily 1 r r r r r r I 1 1 1 NI1J HI I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON April 25Mrs Tom Pigg of Wallaceton and Mrs Philip Million of Berea left Friday night for Mans field 111 where they will join their husbands Misa Sarah Dawson has gone to Clay city for a two weeks visit at her sisters Mrs Tom Rich Rev Lunsford filled his regular appointment at Pleasant Grovo Sat urdayeveningMrs G 0 Brock man and wife of Wallacototi visited Mr Brockmans mother at Big Hill Sunday Mr James Baker sent two of his grandchildren Ruth and Paul children of his son E W Baker to Missouri to his son and brotherin law where they will make their homesMr and Mrs Leon Hoskins were the guests of Mrs Hoskiun parents Saturday and Sunday Mrs Felix Estridgo who has been sick with inflammatory rheumatism is no better Rev Felix Rogers of Oklahoma who has been visiting friends and relatives hero returned home Monday BARE KNOB April 24We are having some very nice weather nowadays just cool and warm enough for farmers to get up and hustle and make hay while tho sun shinosMrs R L Richardson and little daughter are visiting in BereaBradley Lake visited his cousin Ben Mullins Sat urday and also attended church in Borea SundayMrs John Hawkins visited her sisters Misses Carter on Blue Lick last Thursday Little Lucy Kimbrell is thought to be slowly improving Misses Minnie Waddle and Reecy Todd of Scaffold Cane attended Sunday school at this place Sunday Mr and Mrs John Baugh of Berea visited Mr Thee Dougherty Sunday Thos Linville and Jim Guinn wore in Berea Sunday PEYTONTOWM April 24Rev I Miller preached at Farristown SundayA large barn belonging to J D Harris and containing hemp was burned to tho ground last week If report bo cor root the loss was 4000Whit jumping from a handcar Pete Sims was injured in the shoulder Rev Saul Blythe preached for Rev Mun day Sunday and Sunday nightMr and Mrs Greene Merritt attended the funeral of their sister in Garrard county Monday Miss Mary Moran of Big Hill is visiting Mr and Mrs Fielden MoranMiss Mary White was at Maupintown Friday and Sat urdayA crowd of boys and gir had an egg hunt Sunday afternoo- at Mr and Mrs Howard mythe ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD April 24There was preaching at Macedonia Sunday conducted by Rev Lambert and Brewer Easter passed off without being very cold Mr and Mrs M B McGuire visited Mr nnd Mrs I M Todd SundayF E Holmau was at Dis putanta Saturday on business The marriage of Jim Richmond Miss Lou Singleton is expected soo- The following persons wore at J Martins Sunday F M Ogg and family Mr and Mrs Ponder of Berea Mrs Bottle Baughman and children of Richmond Florence Reovio Hallio Holmnn of Rock ford and Sam Shearer of Disputanta J J Martin James Grant and W Kirby went fox hunting Friday Rev J W Lambort and wife visited Mr and Mrs L L Martin Sunday Miss Ethel McGuire visited Mi Dolars Holman Sunday Mrs Men til King who has been visiting her grandfather Mr Jim Sexton near Conway returned home Sunday Farmers are very busy getting ready to plant corn April 24Mr and Mrs W H Stephens visited relatives on Clear Creek Sunday Miss Rettio McCol lum visited Miss May Tool Saturday and Sunday Miss B A Linville visited her cousin Miss Beulah Viara SundayJ W Todd went to Berea Saturday on business Misses Sallio and Shearer visited Miss Minnie Waddle Sunday Chalt Bulluin visited friends here Sunday J W McCollum lost a cow and heifer last week It was supposed to have boon buckoyedBom to the wife of R D Cook a fine girl on tho 2dMiss Redo Todd visited Misses Minnie and Lou Waddle Sunday The Misses Holman visited Miss Vergio Martin Sunday J W Todd and daughter Miss Red It made a flying trip to Boroa Saturday Mr and Mrs T M Ogg and familyof near Bores and Mrs Belle Ban fman and children of Richmond visited Mr and Mrs I M Todd SundayDISPUTANTA April 24W C Ogg who is building a now store house at Wal laceton was home SaturdayJ I Hughes of Richmond was out to see o proby cutting ening the creekC B Mayse the hustling carpenter has just about completed the Macedonia char houso Delio Abney of McCracken was visiting friends on Clear Cre Saturday and Sunday Rev N Culton of Richmond was out Rockcastlo county on business last wcek1Vm Marcomo of Jackson county was visiting friends on Day hncounty rogret to give up such good neighbors The cabbage snake has knocked tho merchants out on the sale of cabbage seeds Luther Willie and wifo tended the wedding of Wm Simp80 and Miss Abrams last Thursday W J Abrams I The Commonwealth 1 HARQI3 ON THE STAND He Makes a Sweeping Denial of All the Charges Against Him Lexington James Hargls the coun ty judge of Dreathltt county took the stand In his own behalf In tho murder trial here and mado a flat denial of ev cry statement mado by tho witnesses for the commonwealth which In any way connected him with tho assassins tlon of James Cockrlll Ho said that ho had no reason for wanting to see Cockrtll dead as claim ed by tho witnesses as he did not fear any harm at the hands of Cock rill Ho admitted that ho was not friendly to Cockrlll and said they had not spoken for several months He said that he had no Illfeeling toward Jim Cockrlll becausoTom Cock rill had killed his brother Den Hargls BH ho had understood that Jim Cock rill regretted that killing as much as anyone Ho said however that he did entertain a bad reeling for Tom Cock rill and that It was just as bitter at the present time as when his brother Don Hargla was first killed Hargis was crosnoxamlned by Attor ney Charles J Droughton who had prosecuted him In the Marcum damage suit at Winchester and the examina tlon was oven more severe than on that former trial During the crossexamination Judges HarglB memory was very faulty and frequently Attorney Brouston had to appeal to the court to require the wit ness to tell what ho knew and not Ml his suppositions and what ho natural ly did under any certain circumstances KENTUCKY COLLEGE Another Attempt Made To Burn the Structure Georgetown Following tho recant attempt to burn Ruokor hall tho girls department of Kentucky college hero a similar attempt to fire the old semi nary tho name given the boys de- l + partmont has caused consternation t The attempt was mode when a fire was slartod In the basement of the boys building Immediately under the dining room whllo the boys woro at breakfast Volumes of smoke pour Ing out of tho basement gave notice of the Ore and members of the faculty with some of tho boys ontered and put out the blaze A careful Investiga lion disclosed that hay had boon heaped up to within four feet of the rafters of the dining room floor just overhead and the wooden rafters themselves saturated with coal oil The hay had been sot on fire and only the prompt arrival of help had saved the build withdA Tragedy In Floyd County Barbourvlllo Reports of a broody fight In Floyd county havo Just boon received hero In the moleo Kit Sloan shot Joe Maggord threo times and kill ed him Sloan received two shots at the hands of Maggard and la said to 1hno been fatally wounded A man named Combs was slightly wounded Tho men aro said to have been Intoxi cated ForgeryI by forging tho name of Mrs Joslo Arnett who conducts a general store at Hen drlcks In Magoflln county of mol chandise worth thousands from Louis yule Cincinnati Milwaukee and Des Moines Iowa firms The case will be investigated by the postal authorities IAThIrteenYearOld Bride Carrollton Margaret Johnson 13 and Riley Darbo 21 eloped to Verity lad whore they were made man and wife When the couple stepped on Kentucky loll tho bride was takon In custody by Sheriff Robinson and ro turned to her home Legal steps have been taken to annul the marriage Attempt To Cremate a Family Crab Orchard An attempt was made to cremate the family of John Stevens residing near here While Stevens was extinguishing tho blaze ho was fired upon a load of shot de stroying the sight of his right eposA warrant was Issued for Grenvlllo Bay lor s brotherinlaw of Stevens Gift Reaches the Battleship NewportP J Wcckman president of tho German National bank receiv ed a letter from Capt W J Uarnette commanding the battleship Kentucky now stationed at Pensacola Fla ac knowledging tho receipt of the loving cup presented tho ship by Newport school children The Body Found- I Ludlow Tho body of Miss Harriet Cutter 30 of Bellovue Ky who throe weeks ago waded Into the river with suicidal Intent and was drowned way MissfEomo time because of falling eyesight Death of An Old Soldier CbhKentucky regiment Company D- In Breckcnridgos division He leaves a widow and one brother John McKcn zle of Versailles Ky isAged Physician Dies Cloverportne of tho largest fu nerals over witnessed hero was that of Dr Wm Mllner sr at Union Star Dr Mllner died In his 75th year Ho was an eminent physician tPOltmllter Drops Dead B F Gilbert aged 74 I1tpostmaster at Blandvllle dropped dead In bis once from heart failure I Carriage Satisfaction Here I than HERE No bettor time to buy than NQW Prices down to Hockbottom Qualities up to Topnotch We repair and retire Get our prices C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky PainTake a Dr Miles Pill and the Pain will dis appear LikeMagic Net by paralyzing the nerves and glands tike opium morphine coeolnc and other dangerous drugs but bjr In creasing the natural eorelloRS This notion U obtained as a result of modern ilkcorerlea In medicine making It poMlble to relieve pain without bed aftereffect You inn Mfr depend upon Dr Miles Antl PaIn Villa to reIlere sad euro such palm as Neuralgia IlMdMha fltemaoh ache llMMtnwl Patna Rheumatism Daekaeh TooUweitt eta Thor will also by th lr calming act ion on the nerves almMt instantly re tier such dtetrwalitK feelings oj DU ilness Car Stckaex Ia4Igtton Irri ability 8Ieev M KvrreoMMM eta Net mrelr do they relieve but they olio nbeolsttly ere beta n e by p ne verlnjr In tk lr use you do away with the oauce Dr Wiles Antiruin Mtti are guaranteed that ant package will beLt er your money back Nver MM In beer Debmdome me Brer due tc war 1 bavj seveN tkrobWn heeauAby eatarrk antll ilx ago 1 tttgan taking AatlPnln J SAUNDBRB Qrmmiburc Ind Write to as for Told AIPainfor Pain Alo Symptom Blank- apeefillt Our will d your caN till you U wrong and bear to rigbtlt Krrou Dlt MlL IJUJOIIATOIUE3 ZfUUIAKT INDo u Buggies PhaetonsRunabouts Surries J TrapsDurable GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish hotlyfinishgiveN repaint KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS For AntiPain ime PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE Meals nUll Lodging J R ENGLE Depot Street Bores Ky Miss Lidia Isaacs iliw bought Williams outfit nnd IIpnow prtinred to do PRESSING AND CLEANING Mewling also neatly done Pricptt rmHoniiblu House on Right Hud tilde of Center St 00 THE BEST If you gnt an Osborn you get TilE REST DISC HARROWS MOWERS AND RAKES Also Soil AMERICAN BANNER STEEL FENCE Lot mo send some hay and RhtpBtuu Goodand cheap A P SETTLE Jr Depot Street Phone 40 u flIN PEARSONS MAGAZINE MAY FOR I YOU MAY READ The QrtljTijuc and Authentic Account of The Shackling i- fJeffersjz Davis The story is a compilation reminiscences taken from the diary of LitUTCoi JOHN J CRAVEN M U late Surgeon U S Volunteer Army Col Craven was stationed at Fortress Monroe during the year 1865 and was detailed ns n special physician to the former President of the Confederacy The scenes described by this eyewitness present n most i1nusunl combination ofevents of exciting action pathetic interest and historic importance 1 THE MAY PEARSONS 10 Conts a Copy 1100 a Year For Sale upon all Newsstands from April 20th to May 20th or at the Office of the PEARSON PUBLISHING CO Astor Place N Y DR FFC yCures Cholera InfaniuMi Ularrnoc Dyrtnttry and I Bowel Troubles of Children Any Jtga Aids 14111IRegulates the Bo well u L uu I U T THiSY lTEETHING pOWDERS1AI Cests Ugly 25c at Druggists or mall 25c to C J MOFFETT M DM St tells Me Mother I Hesitate no lon or but save tho health and lift of your child as thousands havo dono by giving these powders TEETHING Is easily given and quickly counteraots and ever comes the effects of the summers heat upon teethingchildren F