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DEREA t1 w 0- 4ill1I T BLiSHING CO F L CIAN Man + ger- ahttrnt M f all Gat of Bmo lr cu 1Oftd- UtIIIIlkr 1II IItII 1I1 1III IiII I J 1 VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 41905 One dollar a year NO 46 1 IDEAS Ilcnmirn horses ins edged tools Tliu bent nntidoto for low spirits is UHcful labor Many can sot the diamonds of thought but few can furnish thorn Medicines and politics are export mental Hcluucen und blundcrfl nod quacks abound in both FROM THE WIDE WORLD The anniversary the battle of tho Ynhi was celebrated lu olohonltl fwh lou by Jon KurokiH army It in said that tho pcnsuul debt rte ImporlolclCntTho Argentine Congn fw opened Its wftHion yesterday with tho iiminl im pros Ive ceremonies The 1residoutH nuwmigo disaloned an unusual cowl time of prosperity1- Varsaw May 1 Nearly ono hun dred persona wero killed or wounded in tho diHturbancefl in various quar tern of Warsaw today The troops wore uncontrollable and violutctlullurdont to act with modor iation They fired into crowds of demoiiNtratora and workmen In rltut utiou resorted to tho UHO of fire arms and oiiilw Many women and ohil dyingWhnttxiNtM to night tho city present a moot gloomy aspect and the temper of the entire community augura III IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The trophies of the Presidents hunt thetIVtstIgnuco Pndennvski who has Iron J suiTering from nervous shook lias so far recovered that ho has loft Boston fur New York A reward of 1000 has beono0er ed for tho arrust of hoary Q Gall runner assistant cashier of tin First41 National Hank of Milwaukee 1Assistant Secretary of State Lxx mls personally will in byMinister ZlOIIfA look in a naphtha tank car at Chicago caught fire from a switch tunas lantern and resulted la an ex l plosion and fire which omiwid a lose uf fBUOOO A retort was In oironlation Mon day in Washington that Postmaster General Cortelyou hRl1 IOn agreed for fur president of tho Equitable Lifo Assurance Company The report was denied in Now York The President nod his party attend ed services yesterday nt what is known as the Old Blue Schoolhouse on West Divide creek some miles from their hunting camp They nxlo over on horseback and in hunt jug costume Irgiulllelil1Washington at 1120 oclock Friday as the result of nn attack of apoplexy und paralysis with which ho was stricken yesterday morning while traveling on a train from Boston to Washington yesy every Court district in tho United States where there lire policyholders against tho Kquituhle Life Assurance Society i Sullivan t Cromwell are said to have IHHJII retained as managers of tho suitsAndrew Carnegie tins given 10 000000 in United States Steel Ca- rrration lx nds OR n fund to provide pensions for retiring college profes sors No discrimination in oho op plication of tho fund is to bo made on account of race sex creed or color hut professors in strictly sec tarian colleges will not bo included among time beneficiaries The es timated annual laconic from tho fund will to 500000- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Great dnmugo was done by n forest fire in Broathitt county Clarence E Woods was nominated at tho Democratic primary for Mayor of Richmond Ky Caleb Powers will bo taken to Georgetown to bo present in court when stops are taken to sot a dato for his next trial R Leo Figg n Louisville contras tor has been awarded n contract tony 7000fllplllro yards of vitrified in Bishops of tho Northern mid Southern branches of tho Methodist Church who have been attending hoard meetings hero took part in a- massmeeting in tho Masonic Theatre Ij In Louisville mad appeared on tho platform together for the first time flinco tho church divided aixtyono years ago Tho tnootlng was in tho nature of a love feast mill tied noth ing to do with n union of tho two churches THE CITIZEN I THE BEAR HUNTERS I T = SHOWYEQUIPAGESAmbassador by President Lonbet With Traditional Military Pomp THREE BRILLIANT STATE COACHES Lnir Lilies ofilnfaHtrf Hide aCom plete OfrcuiUlif the Palace of the Court Fortlgn Minister Delcatte Introduced the United States Ambassador Who Was Cordially Greeted By French President Parts May 3 Ambassador McOor mlok WM received by President lou bet with that military pomp which tra ditionally mark an ambassadors first mooting with the head of the republic Shortly before the hour for the reception a squadron of cuirassiers In steel breastplates and helmets galloped up to the American embassy With them wero three state couches bearing +i Mollsrd the Introducer of ambassa dors and llama Koujenux represent ing the foreign office and the presiden tial household With the embassy Mr McCormick and the entire staff of tho embassy In evening dress with CnpL E Dcntloy Mott the military at tache In full uniform awaited the French officials Ambassador McCormick and M Mallard entered tho first coach a sump tuous vehicle emblasoned with the ammo of the republic and drawn by c pair of handsome bays with richly glided harness and coachmen and outriders in full state livery Band Played National Anthem The party swung through tho ave nues with lines of cuirassiers stretch tag from curb to curb and flanking tho ambassadors coach Throngs lined the Champs Elysees to see the showy equipages pass Arriving at tho pal ace of the Elysoe a brilliant picture was presented by long lines of Infantry making a complete circuit of tho pal ace of tho court As the ambassador lat party drove within the circle of In fantry the band took up the American national anthem and the French tri color was dipped In salute Tho reception occurred In tho salon des Ambausadours where President Loubet was assisted by Foreign Min ister Dolcasso and a number of offi dais M Dolcnsso Introduced tho ani bassador who was most cordially greeted by the presIdent- Credentlall Presented- In presenting his credentials Mr Me Cormlclc spoke of the centurys friend ship uniting Franco and the United State In an alliance more enduring than that of treaties lie referred also to tho recent closer feeling of friend ship between France and tho mother country of America These feelings of friendship he said were of tho great est benefit of commercial and pacific Interests which are those of the pro gressive world- President Loubet In replying said France had no prouder heritage than her participation In tho work which brought tho powerful American nation Into being More than a centurys test had not been able to Interrupt the trlond hlgflrt established 0hc s As Ambassador McCormick with drew the American anthem was again heard and the party was escorted with military ceremony back to the Amort I can embassy The Cable Completed Tangier Morocco May 3TheFrench cable connecting Cadiz Spain with Tangier provided for by the FrancoSpanish convention has been completed The cable belongs to the French governmentPRESIDENTS CAMP- Irtho Hunting Party Wilt Move To the East Divide Creek Glonwooil Spring Col May 3 Secretary loeb returned from the presidents camp The party will move to the East Divide creek having been delayed by heavy rains and will then work aeroas the range to the head of Garfield creek and on Sunday will ride Into this city The quarters In the Hotel Colorado which will be used by tho president on Sunday have been selected P R Stewart of Colorado Springs rejoined the hunting party Members of tho white house staff and newspaper men were taken on an ex curalon through the Grand valley by the Colorado Midland railroad BOOKER T WASHINGTON Lauds Gen Fitzhugh Lee as a Friend To the Colored Race Newport News Va May tDrJ- ohn Graham Drooks of Harvard uni verslty and Booker Washington of Tuskegee Institute were the principal speakers at the Virginia day exorcises of the Hampton Institute The latter In his remarks paid a glowing tribute to the late Gen Fitzhugh Lee lauding him us a generous and sympathetic friend of the colored race The speak er expressed the hope that many mbre like time gallant and Idolized Virginian would rlso up to make the race problem less difficult of solution PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT It It Said He is Endeavoring To Make Peace In the Far East London May 3The Toklo corre spondent of the Dally Telegraph says The diplomatic representative of one of the great powers closely connected with the war states that it Is undo niably true that President Roosevelt Is endeavoring to make peace as soon as possible The Imperial household has subscribed f 10000000 towards the new Internal loan THE PANAMA RAILROAD Flat Car and 1500 Tons of Rail Arrive at Colon Colon May 3The steamer Santo na from New York has arrived here and Is discharging HO flat cars from Plttsburg and 1500 tons of rails to be used In doubletracking tho Panama railroad Other shipments will fol low There Is great activity at the docks here nnd work night and day Is necessary In order to relieve tho congestion of Incoming freight Port Seized By England Paris May 3A Constantinople dis patch says British marines have seized and fortified a port on the Persian gulf The British troops made their landing at Kowclt Tho porte has formally protested to the British foreign office RIOTING RENEWED The Strikers and Sympathizers Attacked NonUnion Drivers tit Every Opportunity MEN SHOT DOWN IN THE STREETS Bricks Stones Clubs Knives and Other Weapons Upon Which They Cguld Lay Their Hands Used Rev W K Wheeler Was Attacked By Three Men and Beaten Unmercl fJlly Before the Timely Ar rival of the Police Chicago MayaThe fighting In the streets was even more fierce and say ago than that of the day before The strikers and their sympathizers attack id the nonunion men at every oppot tunlty assailing thorn with bricks sionos clubs knives and any and ev frY other offensive weapon upon which thoy oould lay their hands The fight ing occurred In the heart of the busl ness swtlftn of the city men being shot down within 200 feet of the retail store of Marshall Field w clubbed nearly to death at the corner of the Auditorium hotel In plain view of hunt dreds of ladles who were compelled to run from the mob to save their own lives In ninny Instance men walking along the streets who had no active connection whatever with the strike wero assaulted by hoodlums who beat theta first and later accused them of being strike breakers A notable In stanoe of this kind was that of ne- W K Wheeler pastor of the Ninth Presbyterian church who while pass- Ing the comer of Dosplalnes and Ad ams streets on his way to the Pennsylvania depot was attacked by three men who knocked him down and beat him unmercifully until the timely ar rival of the police saved him from critical injury Mr Wheeler managed to hold one of his assailants until the police could arrest him One Man Was Killed William Miles a colored waiter while at work in a lunch room at Ad stns and Sangamon streets halt a mile Jrom any former scene of rioting dur Ins the strlko was also a victim of ibjrwMlik fury although he had had RO connection whatever with the trou bleHe wan accused of being a strike breaker was pounded on the head with a billy knocked down and trampled on Miles was removod to the hospi tal where his injuries were pronounc ed severe As far as known but one man was killed during tho day The list of injured Is much greater than that which It is possible to obtain In many cases the nonunion men swung their clubs with great effect knocking drivers from their wagons headlong in the street In other Instances when assailed by mobs they fired point blank Into the crowds and It Is dint cult to see how tho members of the mob could escape many broken heads or how all the bullets fired during the day should have gone wild But Few Rifles Carried Although It was announced that the teams of tho express companies and of the Employers association would be handled by men armed with rifles nothing of the kind was attempted save In the case of 15 drivers employ ed by tho Scott Transfer Co Mayor Dunne and Chief of Police ONeill made every effort to prevent the car ruing of rifles and Superintendent told of the Teaming association In formed them that he had not contemplated arming his men as stated The Scott men carried rifles throughout the tiny and none of them were molested Tho strike did not spread in any degree No more men were called out and from present appearances there is no Immediate prospect that any more teamsters will strike Four men wero shot late In the afternoon lu a riot at Polk street and Cal ifornia avenue This trouble was tho resuH of nn attempt of the United States Express Co to deliver goods on the far west sldo without police pro tectionDuring a riot at night at Hnlstcad and Erie streets which lasted for an hour and In which fully 1000 people were engaged three policemen and three nonunion men were Injured and twl l as many rioters were clubbed To Take Place of Strikers St Louis May 3A party of BOO men recruited here by a woman rep resenting a local detective agency de parted for Chicago on orders from tho Employers Teaming and the Chicago Employers associations to take the places of strikers Will Work In Southern Mills Now Bedford Mass May 3A delegation Of skilled weavers left here for Wesson Miss where they are under a contract to work In the cotton mills of tho Mississippi corporation for one year The delegation numbers 25 Torpedo Boat Wrecked Cork May 3Durlng a torpedo at tack at Herehrtven the torpedo boat de stroyer Syren ran on a reef at the eastern entrance of the harbor and remains on the rocks with her back broken IIII tt Sixteen Departments Eight Pages t IJJ YW tagat rMlOtfttPo T OWWAOtTTtM1 I JcAaTU t I 111May JtAREWE JUSTIFIED T Perhaps we ought to be satisfied with present achievements But you know CI the more a man gore the mpre he wants This being true we are then justified in soliciting new busi ness and especially so since we Iare51Aueuracy4 liberality are the marked features t of our business t tWe invite you to try us 1 I Cashier 1 + t 0 ee 1 ro o o o oooo o ooo ooo ooooooo 0ro ro o orr hor lLnl4Juuitom r I Y t t ofoofxo Spring i iIIo 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Stand Richmond Ky Day Phone 73 Night Phone 47C8 6 o+p+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+n+o+ o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o 1- I I JUDGMENT Go back to the begtnr tnc Find the cause Trace the weakness to Its source Then dare to pause Before you give your judgment As to sin And drive a fellow mortal Farther In Nor thor who fall not always Have the cliarvco To live their lives unharmed By drousnstanca- Tlity sometimes do tholr best And It they fall Be thou the one to suet ar Never raiL Blame ever shuts away the Light ot day Then cheer and bleu and comfort As YOU may Lend theme thy strength It of the Strong thou art Give of love and tenderness A part And never dare to say the Words that kill Else thou may sometime feed The atIfcctme milL Grace G Boitwltk In Chloao Record Herald The Iron BrigadeA OF THE POTOMAC By GEN CHARLES KING Aitkorof f rata weltC1etsD- aaktr fort more Itc OopTTUlhS TOt by O WDI111J1111ac CHAPTER XXIV CoxTiNCED Four oclock and still the batteries of Hall and Stewart with threo hard pounded brigades hold their ground on the ridge while the valley behind them Is fast filling with Swells madly exultant men driving Howards beaten divisions before them To hang on longer Is simply madness Beginning at the right therefore stern and sl lent the devoted brigades give ground slowly still facing tho foe still firing low and well The crush comes as the streams of wounded thicken at the outskirts of tho town merging with the fugitives of the Eleventh corps and the roads and streets are blocked by batteries ambulances stray caissons and ammunition wagons all In full retreat The pinch of the fight the crowning hour of the day the bloodiest battle of all the 40 hours of thrilling combat Is horn on tho slope to the north of the seminary where from the teeth of the foe from the midst of their slaughtered horses the men of the west essay to drag and save thalr pets their comrades in ovary tight and field the blackmouthed smoking heated still thundering guns of battery B Davis and Daniel two fighting southern brigadiers theyare riding madly among their powderstained men driving them on in the face of those stubborn wild westerners point lag their swords at the crippled guns where men are straining at the wheels and slashing at the harness of the slaughtered horses Get those guns shriek the leaders Square accounts for tho battleflags lost in tho cut But between the surging rush of Caro Hun Mississippi and Georgia with the supporting Virginians at their back and that battlescarred battery limp Itig slowly away down the pike there still interpose that stern indomitable magnificent lint In blue all that is left of the Iron Brigade na front to the foe closing ever on its colors vol leying steadily defiantly unflinchingly Into the very face of its outnumbering yet respectful pursuers it backs away over the ridge leaving over a third of its membership strewing its tracks another thlnl having already been borne bleeding away toward thu town and so as the sun goes down on the tremendous day so slowly stead- Ily wrapped in clouds of Its own bat tle smoke the eastern brigade descends to tho plain the Sixth last to halt in the streets of the town and to cheer to the echo the cause of the flag while tho more unlimber on the rise of Cemetery Hill as though daring the foemen to come on and tako them No wonder the Badgers grip hands with the Wolverines they that remain Almost EOO of the Michigan men wont Into the fight by the side ot the vot orans Only 100 are left In line when at last the day is done Fully 300 have been shot down on the field some few have been captured In officers alone theIr dead outnumber those of the rest ot the brigade Of the Black Hate surviving there stand now but 70 And they might have cut you oil entirely says Doubleday as he rides among the remnants halting along the wooded hillside east of their rescued wins Buford saw what y6u couldnt fico through the amoko that two bri gades wore sweeping down south of the seminary to intercept you He formed his squadrons to charge They sawIt by jove and halted and formed squares to resist him and that saved you Capt Benton I wish you would ride qvor and present my xmipllmonta and thanks to Gen Duford Hes just moving off past that stone farm house yonder flown in the valley And soc dcll the day CILvPTBR XXV LADUITS LAST nBTHBAT In the two great days that followed there was lllte to do for the llttlo left of the Iron Brigade Sorehearted over the logs of sd many cherished comrades yet conOiieat that their valor bad not been vain the survivors hung silently to their assigned position and awaited developments And when the morrow came Benton was early in saddle and away to the left of the line lie was bitter and chafed In spirit over his wrongs lie realized that under existing conditions nothing more tHan halfhearted acknowledgment of error could be looked for but ho had determined that the moment things settled down and the department had time to attend to something besides the momentous af fairs of the nation ho would demand justice And now both Wadsworth and Doubleday had spoken In heartiest pralso of his behavior throughout that heroic battle of the first day So far so good What he longed for on ono hand was a chance to square accounts with McKlnnon What hs hoped for on another was opportunity to teach that disdainful girl how deeply she had wronged as well as affronted him He would have known better had he had time to analyze tho chagrin and pain and jealousy which possessed him all the long hours that followed his morning talk with some staff com rades of the Second corps It seems that three days before on the 29th of June while they of the Second were pushing cautiously northward through Maryland thoy were made aware that a column ot cavalry was passing around them from the south and that whllo they were swinging through Uniontown the tavalry were trotting through Westminster only five miles from their flank Greggs division of course said they who saw through glasses tho fardistant column Gregg not much said Haskell who had ridden out toward Union Mills on a scout of his own Its Job Stuart with his whole outfit and not a little of ours He must have been helping him self every mile of his way from the Potomac And this Indeed proved to be the case for as they lay In the fields about Uniontown that night there reached them a rueful crest fallen little party of officers gathered In by Stuart at the crossing of the Bal timore pike Two were field officers who from convalescent hospital were striving to overtake their regiments the third was MaJ McKinnon ordered to report without delay to the com manding general Army of the Poto mac and McKlnnon it seems had also been convalescing in Baltimore but not from wounds These three with their light luggage had been pounced LADfKS LAST WORDS upon at a wayside tavern by a roister ing troop of Stuarts flankers and dragged before this cavalry command er One of the parties presented the three captured officers Stuart invited his captives to be seated while an aide took their names regiments etc and as McKinnon gave his there was sudden sensation The young cavalry man sprang forward seized McKin nons hand shook It effusively and to the amaze of every ono present ex claimed Gen Stuart I am sure sir you will treat this gentleman with every possible consideration It was he sir who so nobly defended my father at Washington when Secretary Stanton would have sent hlmto Fort Warrenand Rosalie too for that matter It was Maj McKinnon sir who pleaded their cause with tho secretary and bad them returned to Charlottesville It was he sir who In other ways most generously aided thorn Hf am glad to hear it Jack said the boarded general evidently warming to ward the westerner who had so befriend d his kith and kin Of course youre ure of It1 Sure of It slrI had It from father and Rosalie both They had supposed that they were Indebted or rather that their helper was a very different per son a man whom they had befriended but that all turned out to be an error And the upshot of It all was said Haskell that Stuart sent the three to our lines the two other officers pa roled until exchanged but McKinnon by Jove released with Stuarts compli ments and Its my candid belief damn him that Mac would a heap rather be in Washington on parole than out kere on duty Shouldnt wonder if Stuart took his measure before ho let him slide Manifestly Haskcll didnt fancy McKinnon One thing for Denton to ponder over therefore was the question how on earth had McKlnnon In so short a time been able to persuade that usually clearsighted girl to the belief that he had used such powerful influence In their behalf But there was still another thing to add to his chagrin and perplexity Col Kennard one of the paroled pair tqld Haskell all 10 had setn of Stuart and his devilmnycare command and much about this young confederate officer Chilian Because said Ken nard I heard Chilton w y to McKIn non he was praying that ae might yet meet Capt Benton There was a union man hed shoot on sight And Winston said Amenl Now Fred said Haskcll as he called for his horse Ive got to ride the lines and get the reports but weve got McKlnnon up with the army at last and soon as were through with this business well nail him But evidently It was busi ness first in Haskolla oyes So Fred Benton had two burning desires as he threaded his way through the swarm of arriving batteries and rode slowly back to Wadsworth one was to meet McKlnnon and brand him as the author of the slanders and the other was in some way to wring from Chilton an explanation of hU violent threat Little did he dream how soon he should be spared the need and through what sad strange clrcum stanceBetween the twilight of the second Of July that witnessed Ewella bloody assault and the dawning of that black Friday of tho Lost Causethe third daysomething had happened to give new heart to Jacksons old men The Stonewall brigade was there still in the woods in the low ground between the rocky point where crouched the survivors of Wadsworths division and the forestcovered heights off to the eastward where cavalry guidons union cavalryhad been flashing in the last rays ot tho setting sun Somewhere in the dim fields there was stir and excitement even in the wearied bivouacs of Ewell and under the starlight eager to satisfy his generals restless desire to know what It all meant Fred Benton had orept out to the front- The word has lone the rounds to the joy of every soldier heart that the new commander meant to stand and lIght and If Leo could muster no more men than these already thrown In he might hammer the lines in vain Now it only Stuart and his pet brigades would but stay lost so that no fear need be felt for the tar right flank all would indeed be well But would Stuart stay lost Could he have got so far away as not to be found and by this time returned to the army and when he came would It not be from the north and thus bring him in on the very flank they were now defending Tired as he was Denton could not sleep for thinking of the disclosures made through Has helLAlone and afoot after a word with his grayhaired chief he slipped out and away to the Baltimore pike This he followed southeasterly nearly half a mile greeted occasionally by low toned challenge of sentry but other officers were hurrying swiftly to and fro and there was little detention As early as three oclock he found himself following a patrol down a rooky path way toward the creek and learning from outlying sentry there that no force seemed to be in his immediate frontonly a few pickets Benten ex plained that he wished to crawl out far enough to be beyond the sound of trampling hoof and rumbling wheel at the pike that he might listen the bet ter And creeping from bush to bush to avoid the moonlit spaces low than half an hour before dawnhe had succeeded In gaining fully 400 yards out toward the northeast and thore low voices warned him to He still and listen lie was either on or within the confederate picket line and had much to learn and little time And then us ho crouched dose to the trunk of a spreading tree faint and sweet soft yet stirring so far OUt to the north that tho performer doubt less thought U beyond the range of inimical cars a cavalry trumpet began to sound tho martial reveille stirring some nearby watcher to remonstrance Damn that Infernal dashdashod Idiot stormed a low haltchoked voice Hell tell tho whole dash dashed Yankee army our fellows have come Go back there sergeant and tell our trumpter If he dares to toot a horn Ill murder him Then somebody rustled oft through the bushes and somebody else stake Some of Hamptons crowd I reckon How longd the general want us to stay out hyuh TN i Till Ewell attacks at dawn Then well mount and look out for Gregg His people are out hero to the east of us Stuartll get after them you bet as soon as Its light We havent got a horse that can moren stagger All worn out I tell you protested the second voice No nlOren theirs are Jennings met us back there on tho Hanover pike and I hoard him toll Fltz Leo Greggs horses wore all played out Jennings be damned broke In n third voice Impetuously and Benton started at the sound It was Chlltona beyond shadow of a doubt Chllton again with his old regiment and these with him wero doubtless officers of Fitz Leos brigade scouting probably well in front of tho cavalry lines ycf proving that Stuart was there at last and could be counted on to make things lively In the morning It was high time to slip back and give warn ing but getting back was slow and tedious even perilous work The dawn was breaking when In bedrag gled garb Benton found his grayhead ed general in the circle about the com mander Before Denton had time to whisper half his explanation Wads wotths tired eyes flamed with eager lightHeres the very news to prove it general he cried Capt Denton of my staff Is just in from that front Stuart is there and Ewell meant to at tackItHow do you know Stuart Is there demanded Meade whirling sharply on the young officer The most courteous and polished of gentlemen at other theoxj heard them tray that Flu Lfce was there and that Stuart would settle Cress and that Treli would utacfc At dawn But oven as h8 spoke cams confirmation ot his words In the dim light ot the dawn the guts of Greens and Geary had suddenly opened oil shadowy gray lines Issuing from the opposite woods and Wadsworth sprang for his horse But the commander sig nalled Denton to remain You have done a gallant deed captain and have brought me most valuable Informa Hon were his words a moment later It shall not be forgotten Yet Benton was surprised late that afternoon when after the din of the most terrific cannonade ever heard on this continent and after daring and determined attack Pickett Ewell and Stuart nil had been repulred Plckett with dreadful loss there camo a message summoning the aidedecamp to Meados headquarters An orderly led him toward a rude wagonshed beneath which knelt four officers surrounding a prostrate figure He asked for you said a surgeon briefly and ono glance at the face of the stricken soldier was enough Benton threw himself on his knees and clasped the cold nerveless hand feebly lifted to greet him The falling eyes lighted up one moment In love then closed In agony as a spasm of torment seized tho fragile form PaulPaulmy God was all that Benton could murmur and a eurgoon hurriedly brushed before hint and held a little silver cup to tho twitching lips of his patient Mortal yes was lit whisper as the poor lad exhausted lay for a moment In a deathlike swoon Then tho stimulant seemed to revive him a bit The dark eyes slowly opened and fixed on Bentona quivering face Bless you old OOInnd every whisper seemed to como with a soup I heardI knewyoud never give up her letters Wheres McKlnnon And hero the poor lad seemed drifting away again Benton thrust his left arm under tho fallen head and strove to raise It while once more the surgeon placed the cup to the parted lips and noting the name a staff officer turned quickly and said a word to a waiting soldier It was another minute before the swooning lad reopened his eyes Two other forms had joined the silent group Benton saw nothing but the loved face Then some one well mean ing bent and questioned You asked for Ma McKinnon Did ton wish to speakMcKinnon whispered Paul McKlnnon and now a shudder seemed to seize the wasting form Tell him for me I know he stole my letters Tell him 1 told Kosalle fivery word he said of you was a cowardlylie And not until the dead hand In hU was cold and stiffening did Benton know what caused the strange move ment and sensation In that group at Ladues last words were spoken Al most inaudible they had reached the straining ear ot four who bent to listen and of one who standing wou4 gladly hare been deaf to them To Be Continued THE UPTODATE STYLE Something Thai Mast Hr Intlnwr by Preachers as Well as Tailor William Dean Howells was at Ox ford where an honorary decree had been conferred upon him He was walking down the High street with an aged fellow of Brasenose college relates an exchange The talk turned to the passing of one literary school and the rice of another and the Ox ford man said I am reminded of an old clergyman I used to know in Woodstock lie was very old The only person in his parish of equal ago with him was a tailor and the tailor and he wore great friends They often called on ono another Well one evening the clergyman sat In tho tailors shop Un was quiet and thoughtful He gazed Intotho fire in silence for a long time Finally he said with a sigh Jams I cant tell why it is that our congregation is getting smaller and smaller I am sure I preach ILl well as I ever did and I must have gathered a great deal of wisdom Mid experience sine I first ttime amoag you Ah sir sold the tailor sadly old parsons nowadays are like old tail or 1 am sure I sow as well as ever 1 did and my cloth Is the same or hot ter but Its the cuttho now cut that hoots met llnniilan Weddlitftr Besides brldemalds there are brides men these latter being obliged to pro sent tho bridesmaids with sweetmeats A personage follows the procession bearing an elegantly mounted picture of Christ In gold and silver which Is stationed against the altar The bridesmaids do not all drone alike and their number Is unlimited The brides old nurso ituperintonds the removal of tho dowry from the brides home to that of her future husband and Is a most important member on the day of the wedding A witnessa connection of the familypays the priests foes end the number of assistants oath with a separate duty allotted him Is often considerably great NVaslilnrton Start Mtlle Green I was In a bookstore tho other day when a woman who stood beside me said I want that new book Bello Lettros which you advertise I sup pose It is a now novel and I read all the novels as they como out The attendant tried to explain but the wouldbe purchaser scathli ly interrupted Why have you put It on the list over there If you havent got ItBut I presume It Is for sale farther down the street where they are up to date She reminded mo of the maa who wanled to buy an appendix think ing that it might replace a part of his anatomy that was out of orfir Sauntcrcr lu Boston Uudfiat How n to Build a Spring Raft UI In the uprlng time when the snow and Ice begin to molt and form ponds In shallow places and low ground the boys are thinking of boats rafts and other things with which to navigate these waterways caused by the spring freshets It Is not always easy to build a boat quickly for It requires time to match Joints and make them watertight as well as to construct a safe boat that will bold several boys And then perhaps a boat could not be used at any other time of the year excepting when the thawing Ice and spring rains make artificial or tempo rary ponds and lakes For that reason a raft Is the best to make for It Is always possible to get some logs or long pieces of heavy tim ber and lash them together to form a floatIn the drawing of a simple raft says the St Louts Republic the arrange ment of four large logs Is shown with I three smaller but longer ones lashed fast on top of them Tho large logs can be eight or ten feet long and a foot thick The upper ones are six or eight lushes In diameter and U feet long Before lashing the loge together It would be well to cut laps in the top of the lower logs and the under side of the upper ones as shown In Fig 1 and when they are brought together they will not roll and strain the lashings as obey would If left round Clothesline or rope about ta same size can be used for the binding and tile rope BhoHld be crowed at the lop of tho tog joint as shown In Fig 2 but not at the bottom The top of the long logs can be planked over with sows boards Railed down IIGGUNlr with tang steel wire wills and with the addition of throe or four long stout poles to push the raft about taU shade boat will be na4at for sae but care should be takesL however MM to overcrowd It for down It will go A larger and bUr mtt to stow in the drawing of a selling roll DONALDS LIE Struggle Which a Little hey Had to Get Sorry and Why He Concluded He Was Not Beady for Heaven Donald was very unhappy and there Vas reason for It Donald hall toW a lie to his mother and Ite had been put to bed with only bread and milk for upper and there were warm blculu sad bonny for the olhsra Donald loved warm bteeulu and honey he adored It seemed like a Iurs Ued punishmentBecause he said to Ilolen who had slipped upstairs to comfort him a little It was such a tiny mite of n lie I said I came right home from school and I only stopped to ptay one mean little game of Shinny and 1 got beaten at that Oat It was a Jle just the sotae DonWell I dont oare anyway It UVESS iD UttTTfcll STAY AWIIUG wasnt big enough for puttobcd and nohoney both Thenbegrownbltconndonllnl Say Helen he whispered What Don T We come from Heaven In the first place didnt wo Tea Don Well Im going to ask God to take me bash again I bet theyll play fair up there But Donny do you aposo theyll take you back when youve Just told a lIeT1Idunno Helen maybe they wont Guess Id better stay awhile and get my soul cleaned up I think If I were you Id be sorry a little bit Don A Ho Is worsen most anything Dont you remember that story about Anonymous and Sap phire They got kilt by a lie didnt they Yes Don Well Helen I guess I wont risk going to Heaven yet awhile You go down and tell mamrria to come up right off Im beginning to glt- ICItrrDoston Globe I The lower lots era liar 18 feet long t and live cross lop are n least ten feetI t- I In length 11nlldAcross the top lost and running par allel with the under logs four jvtariare made fast with pikes on which a deck of boards Is nailed At oue end of this deck a step bench Is made In which a mast will be held ti This Is 15 inches high 24 Inches long and ten Inches wide made as shown In IIKI Two suds anglo boards are attached under the top board I A square Mil can bo rigged Os this mast and a sprit will hold the loose top corner while akg tho foot the salt can be lashed to a beam and a slngl sheet rope will hold It Of course this sail will move the raft very slowly but enough to feel It Is going and when you get to the end of the pond It will be ncoMMtrto pole the rt I raft bock again for the sail will hence be useless as you eannct lack tbevami as you would In a boat At the stern aadi aero the two rakldle low nail a tooL piece of plank nil to the middle of It attach n rudder made fnx two pkroeu- of board hM between two HpriffM to act as a redder pad These are fastened together as shown In FIg 4 and an opening war the top fs forreeJ by setting pieces of wood the iNfckn a Iof tIe rudder Wade beards between tlttt two front Mris and nailing then fastA tiller can be eat from a ptooe of stick and he handle end planed at the edges to round them W1t taking log rail for wnrlce In iran t ortlHg the camp More or tambr the St Iwnnoe river teea and other who are dependant on log rafts for inuMjMtrutlo place Uw kigR eMee tOo gether ad triad thaw with rope as Mow la Fig 6 another tIN ot lop k iMbed at right aaglee lo tn brat lot and so oa wed tfce raft Is toe 4 eked iKfeat 1 I FUN OF OUTDOOR STUDIES Taustaatlea Which the Thing of Ma ture Ian for the Ob serving Eye A few yeah ago ene of our tillage Indies beasM ItttcrMiiMl to birrde ami older as 2I as young people fob lowest la her wake nil eager to rBIIabout fclrd write A E Mawy In the Orwane Juaeld Faster Tile interest has Barer en jJ tirety toffml and there la a sort ofIMnl revival every sprint I da not j think she has ever rogrettaH tie tecment It was a more in the j rection Tile children were the birds were cortulnly happier andlithe public library was better off for tin call for nature book What boy OOB not foal rejmld for a days toll even though It may hUll been spent In the corn or potato field i ie he ha unnarthwl a choice or curl j ous specimen of rock an Indian arrow head or rarer tool ot the aborigines or the hones of some prehUiortr anllllalfjThese treasures are always unexpected Mmes and places and nll1111ISill h treasures are the priceless sou venire of little journeys and ISo it seems well worth bile to teachithe children to observe closely the wonders and beauties surrounding them on every sldo There scorns no end to nature Study and It Is the best kind of n schoolroom for children- TELEGRAMS 4 IA Game Which Will Provide lots of Fun at the Soekil Gfttb Bring Kach one In the company must ba supplied with paper unit petioU and then you ask all together to ansaott ten letters of the alphabet which are thou to be written down at the head of each ones sheet of paper in tho or der In which thoy wore suggested Now the player mutt xerclHo their wits to mako up a telegram of ton words beginning with the letters la the order givenyAfter ten minutes or so call Times up and gather up the papers r ia play a prise for the one to bo adjudged + host and then read the telegrams Ins Let the company decide wlilca bOlt Hero ale txantllICltSuppose D E T 0 O II One telegram Alice Lane Will Know By Evening That Oscar Gambles 1I0rrlblyIwill Kiss Before Edith Tblnlra Of Go lag dome 4 JLota of fun In this Fine TriM j i l 1 t FWith I z Tommys 1 Help By Epei W Sarfent CwULi 190 br Ere W Sat t i r Tommy lovt U blu slater o till HO J did Juik Sutton Betty Truvtrn Itmtl Tommy oumly and Jack Hutton secretly Tummy Ilkwl Sutton but I somehow tliU affection was uot mlp rocatttl Ami this woe the way mutters stood wbvu Sutton ca till upon Betty uuil Tommy lu tl o IlilcuBO sletiior Such a pleasant surprise smiled Betty Itll she eiUUiktl u smoothly gloved baud lu Krcutlnic I our ufruld it would bo such u dreary trip Hutton glowed Wo eau Imvo Iota of fun supple muutcd Tommy sllpplue a unmet oud uncomfortably sticky baud luto but tons Hutton glowered Betty Travvrs wits not the sort of sleeverwomanlike had parried her every at tempt file was his opportunity If ouly Tommy I Wont you alt down asked Betty hospitably making room for him ou thu seat acnwii the way 1ui sorry said Suttou boldly but I cauuut ride with wy buck to the euglut I eau ride with my back to the en gine said Tummy proud that ho pot sessed acromplUbnumts out enjoyed by bin elders To prove It Itll slipped lulu the fucluff seat and Sutton sank duwu beside thu girl Ho felt a Iud dm desire to buy Tummy candy but the nowsboy was In thu car aheadt-t JTbv ruth of the train wade It pouf ble for Sutton to speak freely und aft er a toW conventional remarks be plunged boldly Into the subject next bis heart Do you know ho naked that I have wanted jut this chance to talk with you alone for a long tlmot Solitude In a crowd she suggested I uncixlly Klunelug at a man across the atalu who ademvd unduly Interested This Is letter than a ballroom be protested or the theater I want to auk you IfLook at tho Iowa shouted Tom my precipitating himself Into his sis 1ItUI AD UYTOa6 THe BACK Walt UlK- Ktors lap nud pointing wildly at the Dying landscape 1 wnntinl to ask you continued i Button Jf there Is anything 1 have j done to muse you to mind me You j Ive got a cow too shouted Tow U my from the opposite seat 1 keep It gmnl1l11ftI place for It said Button I to Tommy Thou turning to Betty ho resumed You seem to be afraid to give me a moment alone with you Do you fear that I fthair- Do tricks demanded Tommy climbing upon Buttoun knee Sutton performed some simple parlor magic and the buy satisfied turned his at tuutlou to tho window Are you ufruld of tile question I want to ask and which means so much to mot ho urged I have not tried to avoid you she said blushing prettily Im sure Ive given you a lot of my time this sea son Yes ho agreed but tor months I have tried to tell you something and you have evaded me just as you are trying to do now- I dont think this is evading you she laughed glancing down at the broad shoulder so close to her own But tills Is the Drat time he per slated and you couldnt help yourself You must have seen that Were going over a big river shout td Tummy gleefully Look at the borstal Butty took advantage of tho diver sion and It was several minutes beforo Hutton could lend the talk back into the proper channel We have been friends for so long ho said finally Wont you tell mo I whether there Is any possibility of my 1i ever Going to stop announced Tommy as the trained slowed down for a station I Take me for a walk Please do she pleaded The poor little fellow gets so tired and restless Dutifully Sutton led the lad up and down tho platform until ho saw the conductor cowing away from the tele I graph window Ten minutes more were wasted by the young torment lu recounting Inns experience to Betty At last lie subsided mad once wore Sutton sought to learn his fate Dont you know be pleaded that I have loved you ever since Ive known you Cant you say one little word to give me hope that sonic day Leinnie your watch demanded Tommy Button passed over the humid some tluivplccc without a word It It would keep the boy busy be did not care what happened that some day he went on I may win you for my wife I have thought sometimes that I have been so fortunate as to fiud favor In your eyes and thin again I have Wheels demanded Tommy bantl- Ing back the watch With a sudden memory of what the back case con tained Button explained to till boy that the ease dip not open In the back Bettys face clouded It might hurt the work to open the case lu all this dust but still Tommy had discovered the way to make the hands go around by depressing tho stem and ho was happy again There have been tunes continued Hutton when 1 have feared that your avoidance of me was Intentional and that you wanted to save me the pain of refusal No matter what your an ewer may bo I want to know my fate to know whether I have any chance to win the sweetest woman In the world Wont you tell me that you do care for me that you will Wind It up commanded Tommy With visions of dreadful fates any one of which was too merciful for the boy Sutton took the watch and held It to bli ear The works had stopped lu desperation he showed the boy how to depress a boss ou the side and wake the repeater strike the hour and minute and Tommy beaming weut back to the other seat Wont you give me an answer Sutton pleaded lice eyes grew tuUty She wanted to answer but somebuw she dreaded telling him ou the car Thu saute feeling that bad ltd her to parry his proposal now Impelled her to temporize It was Tommy who solved till situation The watch dew trout his hands and clattered to the doorIt just jumped out of my hands explained the frightened toy as lie slid trout tine seat to pick It up The backs broken off he added In ills may Hutton sprang for It but the toy was too quick for him Its gut a Jill ture Bettys picture he cried ax he turniM the cap over Do all watches have pictures In tllemf No said Sutton shortly snapping the cup buck ou the cue Bettys has persisted the boy Tommy you mustnt fib she cried turning a rosy red Yes It has he Insisted snatching at her chatelaine sr Aud he tore the back ease open Sutton gave one look at the picture of himself and then one longer look into Bettys tender eyes Uod burs you Tommy bo said very gentlyTde riKtalli Fatnrc JIurh of the black hair that Is sold In time hair market comes from China The loudon News Interviewed the other day a wholesale dealer In hair who lea hi I am uot fully acquainted with thlnrte customs but I understand a general way that the Chinaman who disobeys the law suffers the loss of his cue which n thrifty government turns Into cash perhaps to defray some part of the prosecution Then I understand from a friend of wino who has traveled a great deal In the east that on a Chi nese sailor dying at sea his cue Is cutoff and dispatched to the government whether In accordance with some reli gious requirement or as a sort of In formal death certificate I am unable to say But these tails after their arrival has been duly chronicled also I under stand timid their way to the BngllHh and American markets Chinese hair Is coarse but Its length gives It a special value In our business To Oar IesslmtsBi Hang these words on your bedpost or tack then lu your bralu I am going to become an optimist From now ou I am going to change my entire life and my style of thinking I will endeavor hereafter to be generous In my view toward others broad minded largo spirited and kind think ing well of everybody mean to nobody and overlooking the little faults be lieving that there are other qualities In the man that overwhelm the deficiency There Is so munch bad In the best of us and so much good In the worst of us that It behoovis each one of us to be charitable to the rest of us I shall see the bright tide of every thingI talk like an optimist laugh like an optimist and move about like an optimist conscious of the fact that I shall radiate sunshine and make ev ery one around me happier Physical Culture The Tenor Ravens In a comic opera company which played In Washington once there was a prima donna who managed In one way or another to offend the tenor Now the prima donnas great song was sung with only herself and the tenor on tho stage On tbo night when he decided that his hour for revenge had come he strolled down to the foot lights an the lady began her song rill ed out Into tho audience and yawned cavernously A yawn Is the most Inv fectious thing In the world Bniallpox Isnt a circumstance compared to It By the end of the first verse the prima donna was looking out over lowered footlights at a packed house and the packed house was one solid yawn The sand bag and the ax are not mans ouly weapons of vengeance Washington Post I 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 HH+ 1 1 H H I The Home JBItniB LESTER HILL Edi- tor1I11I1I4Ii1111IIII1 1Ill Rose PLANTS should ImvH plenty of light sad heat Nothing will blight their buds sooner than shade and moisture dipping The Fragrant Lemon Lemon trees of California are a thing of beauty and a joy forever The lemon is the emblem of produc tiveness At all seasons of tho year cnn be found on tho lemon tree the blossom the tiny formed lemon and lemons in nil stages of growth to the perpetualbearer wood the fruit and all parts of the tree are delightfully fragrant Country Life in America The Oak Englandwon her supremacy on tho seas with her ships of British oak a wood that is renowned for strength and durability When the Spanish Armada set sail for England its commander had express orders from tho King bf Spain to burn or otherwise destroy every oa14 in the forest of Dean then the great source of shipbuilding supplies But as blunt old Drake prophesied Philips hoard was singed instead Admiral Nelson declared that without heart of oak the British nay mid empire would soon como to an end Tim oak is beautiful In all seasons From the time it opens its delicate green buds close pressed in their resinous overcoat nnd emerging flume tipped with bronze and crimson until they come again an acorn hear- Ing spray is most artistic and tho ruddy hue of the tree in Autumn combines well in natures color IIChemeClilllliIlO How Rocks Draw Rocks do not grow in the souse that a plant grows They may in crease by accretion and they may undergo chemical change Tho old sea heal being lifted up becomes sandstone and limes tpno The volcanic nab und lava strewn over enoughforshore of a river becomes conglomer ate The simple mineral does grow however when it takes a crystal form The sparkling prism of quartz in creases from an atomu to n crystal as largo as a forearm by a process of addition nUll assimilation wondorfjil ly slow but beautifully regular ex actly as crystals of ice form on the iwuetippingThe 11111111 JOHN WIRT DIHSMORB Editor 1111111111111111111 Problems of the District School CHAPTER VltlIIC FIRST DAY goodtimeFind out who the speakers of tho district are nUll get their consent to take time subjects you assign them There are usually n few people in any district who can address nn an dienco creditably an ex teacher a justice of tho peace a physician and perhaps a minister Three will IKS enough The children should have first place The program may run something like this flimsy DAr OF SCHOOL 000 oclock Ringing of the hell Song by the school America Bible reading by the teacher PrayerCalling the roll Remarks by teacher Declamation by pupil Essay Geography by pupil Declamation by pupil Essay My First Day at School by pupil Reciting gems Mother Goose Rhymes pupilsSong Address The District School by patronAddreyu Value of Steady Attendance patronAddress Use of Books by patron Closing Remarks by teacher Song DismissalDo fail to carry out some such program as this If it is carefully arranged beforehand it is certain to be a success The patrons who are to speak must be soon in good time and asked to make a live or ten minutes speechomit subject you have give a little tactful encouragement If ho asks what shall I say you may briefly outline his address for him Bo sure to see every one who is to take part more than once if pees bloand see that each one is really in earnest The children should meet two or throe times for rehearsal until no failure is likely to occur on their part The school room should look just as pretty as it can be made Tho important part of the whole is tho address of time teacher He has only to iudorso what has been said about regularity of attendance promptness obedience etc Empha size the necessity of hooks It is bad economy to send a child to school without the books required for his dayinmakes In earning power in after daylostMuch is gained by such a plan as this A good impression is made committedthemselves parents have to the essential things The first half day of the spentIt in calling the roll you should have the name of mayInquirepresent aud express the hope that they may enter very soon It might be well on this occasion to organize or set a time for organiz neighborhood PAINT MISTAKES Thewaytoavoidthem paint thats always pure For Sale by Porter Drug Co A PET AVERSION There are lots o7 things that I Do not faney I confess Cannot tell the reason why Hut they give me deep distress And this fact I want to state So that rash one understands If there i anything 1 hate Its a tad In shaking hand opineiiiWarns your heart like choicest wine Warms and thrills you through and through When you get a hearty grasp Palm to palm with downward stroke When the meeting fingers clasp As they would all good Invoke But the other sort of thine Its the worst I ever saw Where the angers limply sting Fishily and then withdraw Make me want to go away Where I can the act deplore When my friends bring that In play- I dont like em any more Some folks loosely group your hand Thrust It sharply to one sIde nark again with vigor and Then they drop It satisfied Them I scarce can tolerate FaddIsts them that handshake brands If there anything I hate Its a fad In shaking hands THE GREEN SEAL PAINT Will cover better titan other paints This is because it is made from best materials For Sale by Porter Drug Co Shameful Treatment I like the elevator man Who lifts me gently to the floor On which I toll from day to day Who lands me at my office door Tou might think that I had It In For him If you could only see Me hand him all the cheap cigars The politicians give to me Wrought the Change lIe used to be opposed to the good roads movement but he has seen a great light- Looked down at his own automobile lamp perhaps Overlooked In beauty WI can find no flaws Its power Is all compelling Who cares a cent tf beauty drawl A zero mark In spelling WHY Why do most painters use Green Seal Liquid Paint If Probably because most owners insist upon it For Sale by Porter Drug C- oBlameP No One But Yourself if You Dont Get Well When Sick All we can do Is give advice r nurse thats easy Our advice Is really worth a titUs to you tho1 moat peoples for we oIr to give you the fist bottle of cur medicine free If It falls to help you We could not afford to do this unless our medicine was good Such an otter on the wrong kind of medicine would put a merchant prince In the poor house Dr Mlles Nervlne however as years of experience have proved Is a medl cine that cures the sick Those whom it cannot benefit teas than one In ten thousandwe prefer to refund their money All we ask of you Is to try Dr Mlles Restorative Nervlne for your complaint If you suffer from sleeplessness nervous exhaustion dizziness headache mus cular twitching melancholy loss of memory weak stomach poor blood bilious troubles epilepsy St Vitus Dance etc we wilt guarantee to benefit you or refund your money You are the doctor yearbecameso serious that we were compelled to take him out of school After several physicians had failed to relieve him we gave Dr Mlles Nervlne a trial Ten months treatment with Nervlne and perCecthealthJmDeputy Co Clerk Dallas Co Mo FREE IfYOliNewItom plank for our Specialist to diagnose your cue and tell YOU what Is wrong and how to rlht It Absolutely Free COLAOItATOZU BEAR IN MIND That you owe it to yourself to buy goods where you can get the most for your money and the best in quality This is What We Give Youv WHY Because this is a OnePrice Cash Store and we sell for cash only NpLosscs 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 s All goods delivered promptly Give us a call Phone 12 Porter Drug Co W i DENTISTF- or 30 days I am making Special W i Prices on all Dental Work Call and take advantage of these prices beWIIt fore it is too late Very truly yours iRCBOGGSm mOffice MAIN BROADWAY f BEREA KY eeeeEEeEE THE BEST If you gAt an Osborn you get THE BEST DISC HARROWS MOWERS AND RAKES Also Sell AMERICAN BANNER STEEL FENCE Let me send you somo hay and shipstuff Good and cheap A R SETTLE Jr Depot Street Phone 40 Furniture Now and all the time in an end lose variety to suit either rich or poo- rStoves Organs Stoves to burn and Organs from 11500 u- pSewing Machines Drop head high arm Singers 1 2000 Other makes down to nothing Welch for the spring opening of 1005 Iron Beds and callon R R H Chrisman Opposite Welchs Phone 26 E 1a The Citizen JM IKBWWIDIKT FAMILY NgwsrAna Mdlibrt evsry ThnndJgr s1 kna Kr IEREA PUBLISHING CO L 0 Hh man Manager I tnICJlDftOf s ATM ATA aUi u Jl1cafU s0z lliolllll ftIM moDtfai 1- Rya b fortoSe Monty Ordj ftt e1ia Mooty Order Cluck Draft m4 Uwr or one tnd two natIJDpI Tex Dot iHf your BMB bows to ha- tEO1l lhpnisekaa erRaenidtu not Ublll i unt ebirlbn vlthlBf no Cmtsa t att notify tu at th uplratlpa a Unlr sub- 4viMdir wa abaft bat thijnwUh It COlitUlUe4 abiiC Xvoitxn dt to coming toIamstU or tbtrwlt wllliltdlybtiiie- d we trI olllt4 Agl WMild to Ttry locality Writs for kKBi nodlrs V fur new ywrly- Dwrpnous will rMiv ni Crnii tree far MTMT BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL Nw Furnishings in every room All service firstclass Popular prices Merchant Tailoring shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop I oppoaeCOllrt Richmond Ky Time Tried and Merit Proved One Minute Cough Cure is right on time when it comes to curing Coughs Croup Whooping Cough etc It is perfectly harmless pleasant to take and is the childrens favorite Cough Syrup Sold by Porter Drug Co For Sale About ten or twelve build ing lots on the Louisville and Nashville railroad one half mile from Berea near Berea brick and tiling fac tory in a fine locality and good neighborhood Can be bought right 1Forfurther particulars call on L B MOORE r Berea Ky S McGuire jat all times thoroughly prepared to deal with eye troubles Your eyes J examined by the Very best and latest optical instruments His work gives satisfaction for prices on all his work aIl you have any defect of vision it will pay you to look over his stockand receive correct treatme- ntOPTICIAN Berea Ky Clearod for Action When the body is cleared for action l by Dr Kings New Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on the checks the brightness of the eyes the firmness of the flsh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Try them t At Porter Drug Co 25 cents Williams Is better prepared than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean lag and Pressing a specialty i Work guaranteed W A Williams Main Street Bores KT r I 1Billious Bill was getting bloated tongue was muebly coated Patent tonics wouldnt cure him Companies would not insure him frightenedButi For Bill said and they believed him EARLY RISER pills relieved him I The Famous Little Pills EARLY I IIRISERS cure Constipation Sick r1 etel by their I neverhlenergy Good for children or adults I r sold by Porter Drug Co Ii THE VINE AND THE BRANCHES Sunday School Lesson for Hay 71905 Specially Prepared for The Piper LESSON TEXT John 1SMZ Memory Verses C I Head Chapters It and IS GOLDEN TEXT = Herein Is My Father glorified that ye bear much frultJohn 1u8TIMESame evening as last lesson Thursday The last evening Jesus was with Ills dlwlples PLACEAn upper room In Jerusalem SCRIPTf HE IlEKBUKNCE8The vine Pea WS16 Isal 617 Jer SiMS 1210 Eiek 17S10 Ho 101 Matt S0l Mark 12 Ie John 15112 Cleansing the vine 801 Song 21 Amos 49 Joel 17 THE TREE AND ITS FRUlTMatt 7 1CSO Luke 1369 Gal 6193 Comment and Suggestive Thought V1 h Jesus True Tine He Is a contrast to the false unfruitful Israel and nil human teachers for he along can send Ills own life Into Ifs branches Moreover as the everllv Ing Christ He can extend Ills power to Ills people at all times Husband men The owner planter and culti vator of the vine V 2 Beareth not fruit Some who are Christians In name show no likeness to Christ In their lives Tak eth away The vinedresser pinches oft the excess of woody growth and su perfluous branches So God removes those who hinder others from being fruitful Christians Purgeth Removes dirt Insects dried twigs Thus God removes bad habits from those who give tnelr hearts to Jesus Many of the Christians trials and what he at first counts as losses are Gods pruning to prepare him for greater fruitfulness V3 Clean through the word The disciples to whom Jesus spoke were united by love to Him and their previous baa habits and wrong Ideas were removed by Ills teaching- V 4 Abide In Me If we want to be branches of Jesus we must give our hearts love to Him I In you We must open our hearts to receive Jesus love Every day and hour we should love Him and rejoice In Ills love for us Cannot bear fruit of Itself A branch cut from the vine may retain Its color for some time but it cannot possibly bear fruit No more can any soul bear fruit that Is pleasing to God or helpful to men if It does not abide in Christ He is the trunk and we are but the branches If we are to be helpful In this world if we are to do that which is pleasing in Ills sight it must bo through Him V 6 Much fruit One who abides in loving union with Christ manifests in his life the fruits of the Spirit and thus becomes a source of great good to others V 6 Least forth withered burnedI A fruitless branch is cut off and after it withers Is burned They who do not abide in Jesus are separated far ther and farther from Him V 7 Ask what ye will A first evidence of abiding union with Jesus la given by answered prayers One who IB in loving union with Jesus asks in Ifs name John 1414 and wills to ask for Just what Jesus wishes V 8 Father glorIfied The world sees little of Gods glory especially falls to recognize Ills glorious love but It Is brought before all by a fruitful Christian life So disciples One must be a disciplea learner of Jesus In order to begin fruitbearing then the more fruitful he Is the more he learns of Christ- V 9 Aa the Father hath loved me The greatest love we can think of is that between the divine Father and Son but Jesus says this is the measure of His 10V2for us Con tinue Abide V 10 Keep My commandments A second fruit of abiding Is obedience the careful following of His directions We keep His commandments because we love Him and then the more we keep His commandments the more wo love the closer we abide in HIa love V11 These things spoken Jesus has taught all this for the express pur pose of Imparting to His disciples His Joy This Joy springs from an unfailing source God Himself This does not mean a selfish Joy because we are saved but the Joy of acquaintance with God Joy in having a part In carrying out His loving purposes Your Joy full The Joy which Jesus im parts though full today will be greater tomorrow as our capacity for receiving it increases Earthly trials and troubles will not diminish nor disturb it V 12 One more direction about at taming this Joy becoming true fruit bearing branches of Jesus is Love one another In plain language Jesus says that the world will know and we ourselves will know that we abide in Christ If we love each other In the same way that Jesus loves us As we live with Jesus In love and abide In Him truly then our Joy will be full and will ever flow out In love sym pathy and helpfulness toward others grapeIvInedraw from It Its strength so It is for us to abide III JesusPractical Points V 1 One who belongs not to the true Vine is a weed fitted only for destruction Matt 1513 V 2 By trials and afflictions the Obl1ldrenlIare but counterfeit fruit satisfying neither God nor mnnl Cor 132 V 7 If we willfully neglect tho Word of God we hinder Christs abed lag in us and supplying us with tho strength necessary to fruitfulness Acts 2032 r1 flf a lJ1tiura1 3Ljtttiw QUtliur mtpnrtl1t nt Dy DR ALICO D STOCKHAM WellKnown Physician and Author IFID HERE should be a new department established by this gov uFnnicnt It should be known as the Home Culture department and the business of the secretary should be to sec that all women arc trained in the duties of a wife and all neon be come acquainted with the duties of a husband Then tHere would be no divorces and the race suicide question would be settled forever This department should be devoted to human culture We now devote much time and much money to agriculture and to animal culture Hut this government devotes words to human culture What is the condition of ninny women onlyI about to become wives They have absolutely no knowledge of the ties of wifehood They know less spoilt the state which they are to en I ter than the office boy docs about the business firm for which he it work lug And it is easier for then to sated the state of matrimony than it is t for the office boy to get a job I submit that this is wrong Women should be given best surround I jugs They should be taught all about marriage They should be taught how to make a home happy they should be told of the respon i sibilities which they arc assuming They should be taught that a hone I cU1ture1Therehad first hand I The women should be taught to ttojcrstaml men And they should be taught the science of cooking and at taking care of a home And the same should be taught men They should be compelled to learn what the duties of a husband are No feature of home life should be missed in the education of a man This education should not be left to the discretion of the men and women It should be compulsory and should apply to the rich as well as tq the poor If the rich feel they shouldnot like to study such questions with the masses let them have their private schools But do not overlook one fact and that is that it would be necessary to have a competent man a man with much experi ence at the head of this new cabinet position If such a department were creates sill politics had no part in it race suicide and the divorce question would be settled forever Men would knojv women and women would know men Each would come to realize the kind of a partner lie or she wanted and there would bo no se lections until the right life partner was found Atari so would the divorce question be settled Then men and women would learn the obligations of the higher life They would learn that to bear children U one of the high com mands of life But they would not bear so many that they could not properly provide for all And so would the question of race suicide be titled Kindness as a Corrective measure With Criminals- By JOHN L WHITMAN Jails of Cook County III Jill The key to the management of Institutions is reforma tion and not punish ment of criminal This has been at the Cook county jail where less titan 15 per cent of the men incarcerated are criminal from choice The others are victims of evil environment rather than inherent viciousiwsc and consequently are easily influenced by appeals to their higher in stincts v Since the organization of the Mftnl Improvement society at the county jail the membership of which II Made up ot inmates of the jail the moral tone of the institution has beJ 1n to a remarkable degree the necessity fQr punishment for misbehavior lies been eliminated and the lasting influcnc of the society ford Upon its members lots been demonstrated In numberless instances through records and statements of criminals released from the jail Crime is a disease and should be tretiigil as such The success ful management and the betterment Of the audition of the 3000 who are placed in the Cook county jail every year are to be attributed entirely to the policy pursued there of treating the prisoners as patients and kindly and corrective measures ai a remedy rather than pun ishing them Results have more than justified this policy and Imvc proved that the diagnosis and remedy allied are correct You cannot tell me that the Severn hundred inmates of a jail who can be out of their cells to attend a meeting of their society jn the chapel with only eight or nine guards on duty in the whole building and who will commit no act of violence or disorder have not been benefited by the kindly treatment towhich they have been subjected itaratintt Ittt Nnt- miunrtr By DR FELIX ADLER I proper penal the demon strated men using trusted There are tithes vhrn for the moral healthof the child separation is necessary and for thattseparation I static separation but not divorce The strong hold of the home is in the expectancy of per I manency in marriage and every divorce weakens that expectation What reasons are therewhy divorce should be permitted Persons who are incompatible cannot fulfill either the higher or lower relations ofmarriage Incompatibility often is only another name for stubborn selfish egotism In the best marriages concord is produced by each acquiring something of the others way Neither can influence the child without the help and influence of the other It is not the object of mar I riage for either to have his or her own way hut each must change a little It is difficult for persons having different mental gaits to work to gether Should they then seek divorce No I would suggest separa tion separation voluntary and separation compulsory for a longor short period but always with the idea of reunion Divorce should not be granted with the privilege of remarriage for how can you remarry when the one to whom you ass pledged still lives If separation is resorted to however the trouble and mental vertigo passes away and there is a chance to review and consider the past An accident or the illness of the child may then bring the man and woman together again for jt is impossible for two persons to be interested 11I tlit same child without being drawn together by it DISCOVER SECRET OF JAPS Georgia Nurserymen Get by Accident Specimen of the Parent Orange Tree In the nursery of Fruttlniuts on the outskirts of Augusta Oa stnniU n pe eullar orange tree which has lead a more romantic history and Is represented by more varied descendants than any other treo In the country It Is a thorny bush Ircen even In the winter although ltd leaves are gone unIt looks more Ille n bcdgoplaat than on orange tree In spite of the tiny yellow halls which or nament Its branches When Japan was thrown open to western commerce its quaint plants and ihrubtt were among the first things to attract attention to It Tlsy orange trees BO small that they grew In tuba and could be set on a stand In an or dinary room yet so perfect that they produced bloMoms and fruit In wagon and BO gnarled that tboy were evidently very very old were brought to Amer- Ica to ornament the conservatories of gardenenIbasis of these dwarfs It was evidently a grafted treo and from Its seeds a variety of things none of them like the root stalk were obtained Some of the earliest of the importations came to Frulllands Many died One of those which died was thrown out on a heap of rubbish became burled and was forgotten After awhile however an odd plant was discovered to be corn ing up In tho rubbish hoop and on In voHtlgatlon It was found that the dwarf tree had sprouted from the roots This new stock camo from below the graft and was own child of tho rooLa bit of the genuine longBought stock guardedIHrultlonda garden As soon as It began to bear fruit Its seeds were planted and warded as carefully as the original stalk Year after year all the seeds wow planted and oven the seeds of the new plants till at last the nursery was well locked with thorny citrus irlfollaia Citrus trifoliate ta extremely handy and productive So UtOR the seeding of this tree has been grafted almost MM In finite variety of other fruits to obtain commercial tree Orchards all over the country and lu fact In all pare of the world where or njfM are grown are stocked with 4 KcamianUi of cltrtt trifoliate alUmMgn of coarse not all are ram this Mock to oddly obtained roe about the lime this fortNMle accidental dUcovery wu made In Georgia other canlaer MM eeeded In wreMlng the secret frost the- Japanese and bringing over fteoOIIVR SLEEP CURE FOR PATIENTS Norwegian Physician Devises a Remedy tel Nervous Pros tration lone M years ago rhea an annual breakdown became as fbabloaabfa ac as annual holiday the medical world sirred that If the tired hotly were kept quiet byptnioHrtahed and maMAged a cure was pretty certain In many oases where there had been no mental overstrain Ibis was so In other eases however the worried head dM not benefit from Ute enforced quiet and passivity The whole man wife un nltMably bored Dr Qtto Wettentrond of Stockholm Is trying to moot this difficulty by treat ing such patients by a sleep proton 4 even to throe or four weeks and the PsychoTherapeutical society of Lea don hopes to follow his methods wtwn It eon afford larger premium to aoaJlH inmiale the patients under thin MM pprtfve ears Dr Wouerstrand has treated over 300 eases Tho jaded worried man re dines In an laY chair he sees others doing the same he Helens as they do to a quiet forcible exposition of the cure from the doctor who afterward speaks to him Individually in a subdued under tone suggesting the benefit his par ticular malady will receive After a lew days of such preliminary treatment the patient goes willingly to bed and to sleep roused occasionally to a Imlfcun ftclouii state to eat and be tended No unauthorized person IB allowed to enter the room the sleeper Is put en rapport with a sympathetic nurse and recedes the necessary suggestion navto eat ing etc from the doctor himself The remarkable results says a great French physician which Wettentrand has had will considerably extend the limits of suggestive therapy The deeper the sleep the quicker the euro and unlike that produced by kIlt notic drugs It Is an invigorating as nat ural sleep and allows naturo nn equal chance of repairing organic and tuna tional disorders Feats of the Photographer Photography has caught the fastest express train In motjon by means of the cinematograph and It also shows site growth of u lower A bud which bursts Into bloom In say 1C days la exposed to a camera every 15 min tiles during the 1C days and whoa the pictures developed from the films are asuomblod In order In the moving picture machine the observer may set to bU delight all In a minute or two the gradual breaking of the budthe blossoms open close by night and re open In the morning the loaves grow under the eye the stamens peep from cover and finally the fullblown slow or Philadelphia Ledger Somewhat Small Yofl these are tho largest rooms wa could secure and I guess we must have looked at at least 50 flats z What are those curious smears on the side walls Oh those Why my husbands ear are rather prominent you know anti when uo sits In the middle of ttio room they are quite apt to brush against the wall on either side Cleveland Plalu Dealer RUSSIAN DRUNKENNESS Drink Evil of the Land of the oIU Is Said to Br Appalling n- Its Enormity We find In IAlcohol a letter by M Fuiter on the drink evil In liuseja to which we read 1 have rlnllcd alt tin countries In Europe and lean say thin In no part have I teen so many drunk ards as In Itussla On Sundays and ou fete days of which there are morn than 100 officially recognised beside Sundays they are to be found every where In towns and villages On the edges of the footpaths In corners of the streets one tumbles against mitt dead drunk sleeping a leaden slop The police occasionally pick them up but store usually leave them to sleep on in peace At Moscow I have often seen peasants and workmen lying In the dust a bottle of vodka In their shriveled hind In every street there Is an onirial placer of sale and the peo plo form up In a queue as at the door of a theater sad pass In with their empty bottles and exchange them for bottles full of liquor with 40 per owl of alcohol A bottle of Zoo grammae coats about u shilling but smaller bot ties are sold and a good doss of the poison Is to be bal for about two pence Besides the official platted of sole there are few grocers wl e have not the authority o Mil the stats ato nal and wines of every descrlptlw The government mawyatf It only fur the manufacture of niekoL and Ute Oiaraulee alvra by the gttvtrnmeotasyto purity tae only Ute offset of en i ar aging the enle The people believe they are doing what Is agreeable o the will of Ute rear when they taor ai qfcol having tile Imperial Hal TUr p vnrf drink to exccws and the eeso nf a wee ialoxktttbM followed sty dSBn In sot Infrequent In the vIflagaa k U MM that In cwlilvaiwl soefaty hiTt U as teach druHkenneea as aHWng iu an edncnted clasee but It la at macti in evidence In the etreeta KNOWS MORE THAN HE DID WhlellIlie Gave Uk Wife Was AWe U Buy Mr Not of Ores ODIUKT Kv sys that be was In UM habit f tai 11 k hn drinks of whiny a day but u w Iv gives bU wife two dimes a day mid al ialM from drink Since hI rummrner this practice he has pan haled a In nw for M and paid far It ID ten it gait Menlo all In dtmea and he retain paW in dollar for bU buy In dime fOa arty wwitd almost disappear if po r M of United means were to iimii atp alt the needless MPMIIr IIAIIo hut money and toying a foundation f r a permanent Interest aotmnt A taw weeks ago a gentleman wM to III A year ago merely M a joke I tlnrrniUwti to shove myself and to puteach list In the bank what I wwld have pal the balrdrenter At the sad of th mr i found that I had 3 SS those and x hove muck mirth In our beanie b1 lIdlaswhat to do with te berber fuii CM sours If evoryoM did that Hie larbitvt would HO out of biwtites N V fbrto Uan Advocate TEMPERA NOn 1REVITIES The ram tramIe an unnniiKatod evil It no tlrankard ran go t daiwi what will ItcoCJt the dmnkard maker One moderate drinker N wont Ulilft to the devil than a dozn dniiaarta In Samoa the American RJIrlllnlIIt will ROt allow Ute sale or gin f U Uixleanu to natives The drink evil stands wquar h in the Jway nH no other obstacle iio of tbt progress of the church and the evan golliallon of the world luteriaao learnt Both chamber of the Swedish ribdag and the eeclMiatlcal iounin have expressed themwIveN OKalnm id ask Of liquor at the army banal l aM Bamjw and MI the tr mut sit stoppedThe United State oominl iiiirr ol labor asserts that for every inar rw celrod from the license ro Olltl I y the state at least twenty dolar u palii out to care for the victim and lbe Injuries which follow from the use ol spirits Tile papers report a rase from Del lovernon Pa worthy of node Mr David W Mitchell of that placo a hotnlkeoper dUpOMd of hu hotel In crests and retired from the buinoa because he oould not ravmrlle his coat science to the tale of liquor Uo wa + doing well financially but round till builnom uncongenial and hI rirld nci continuo In It Alcohol in Deer IwInlive In Its effects For imitan a mr ourlals are cumulative A dM or ne sixteenth or one thlrty eiond of a toeteet these administered consriiiipi would soon produce salivation aut other do nnllataIlaDeadly Hanging Smith What became of your friend Brown byhangIngSmithHanging Is It possible IloonloAmerIcan A GOOD ORCHARD DEVICE Dumping Pall Which Will Prove In valuable During the Pick ing Season The Inclosed sketch of my dumping pall mAY be of interest writes a corre spondent Of tho Ohio Farmer Perhaps others have used this Idea but I have never Been It published Sketch needs no description A Is hooked over limb while picking To lower A and n are hooked together and on reaching ground n Instantly unhooks when a Hlmpg pull on role dumps pall and returns same to picker An old eat Title IMMllNa IIUCICRT- tfl riveted at O lab which rope In fattened All that bi required are A pall and MIHO Miff wire This savrg pollute down out of the tree for every pailful and In oven better than two ropes wktch are always twisting up and iitlRK risible Thl MrlkM IM an one of the host abor saviag MMR for the orchard Mal wr have teen bM HKLMII With a pall n ned HO u to prevwit broMng the f lilt adwlth the orchard mulched or bearing A 0oud surf Dare ahotIhl1I r brwtted applM and the fruit could be plekd with far tape labor than wlik I hI old MW tM 4 It to a very tine Wand wb bay Not eeeN It before any where AN ARTIFICIAL HAWK Potato Stuffed with Pothers nad flung tram Tall Pete Uaed to Protest Garden from lens In rbe cMnlry where fowl often nm a Urge they make amth trouble fa he Harden bat an artlfleUI hawk tai ed In proper ponllton will frlRhUw mem away Set a tan Mender po- IIr the mlrlillo of the garden letting al loan somewhat froth iwrnaniikular Then lake a very large potato ami nek It full of long feather those from flDOM and turkey wln a and ads being belt Follow the plan of the spread of the wings and tall of A iawk and ussi all the feathora that ran possibly find place In the potato JUiig it from tho end of the pole by a strung ivrd and It will away and daah about n the wind in n very realtoile tnannor As soon an the fowls eaten sight of it they start the moat unearthly squawking dud run u far away from t ns iKMulble If there la a tree near ly having long slender U ranch en tt ran be hung there but the beat ra 4ulm are scoured by ulng a polo out in tho open where the hawk can be more molly seen This remarks the Country Gentleman Is like flying white tttrlpa of doth to keep millers away from the cabbage or the tuffefl man to frighten the crows It votild only lake about a week tor the potato to be all worn out then away goon the raw Tliid io u plan that s tnnnul harm anyone nor will It bet laitfng value an we believe ROOT PRUNING NOT LIKED One Farmers Experience In Setting Out a Large Orchard of Trees Lnt year I sot out 1400 yearling ap pie tress close root Armed and cut lm k nay an ArkauRas oorreflpondent Cf the Farm and tome Did not lose n single tree Got a fair growth I also put out 1SOO Elberta peaches They here standard trees closely root pruned but did not do near so well AB tbyso not root pruned My opinion IB that they are too Inrge to Hiiccads tully practice root pruning on A n lghbor set out 1000 yearold ap ple treiM close root pruned and iost about 26 per rent but he did not wt Ilelaut till after they hud begun to leaf Ojlit Prom these fasts I gather that tou should k your root pruning beforaap tttartx Those last peon auld all have grown It not root pruned Also do not root prune closely anything but a small tree If you have tiny hesitancy plant out the aid way Use for Hen Manure When the hen house Is cleaned nut the awrngii lied may well condo In for a share of tna niannro The rhu barb tort should not bo forgotten like- wiset the eolory Use plaster wlUi it CIU bold the nitrogen but do not mix 1sJIfitwo should be worked Into the round or the ammonia will bo sot ftree from the niunure a tI Mais the hints welcome on your farm the f5Td they 110 far oti volghs the fruit they eat INOCULATION OF THE SOIL I The Great Service the Agricultural Department Is Rerderlng the Farmer The agricultural department by its experiments has demonstrated the value of Its discovery of the bacteria for producing nodules on leguminous crops which enable tho plants to teed on the free nitrogen of the air Thou sands of fanners all over tho country have been supplied with tne cultures and report beneficial results obtained- In order that the bacteria might have the most thorough practical test pos sible the department agriculture con ducted during the year 1S04 one of the largest experiments of this nature ever undertaken by any country IJy the distribution of cultures to practically every one who was sufficiently interested to request a package It was possible to secure abotrt 12500 tests under the most varied conditions In almost every stale of the union A convincing demonstration of the effect upon a soil of a leguminous crop hearing root nodules Is to note the strik ing differences between crops of grain or vegetables that follow legumes and a similar crop grown on fallow land or following a grass or vegetable crop This Is a matter of such common ob servation that a rotation Including some leguminous crop Is the practice of every farmer who has a thought tor maintaining the fertility of his soil It Is easily proved that part of this benefit Is due to the amount of nitrogen fixed by tho bacteria of the root nodules and not to the unusual length of the root System or other peculiarities of the plant Careful experiments to etab llih this fact have been carried on by many of the experiment stations In the United States the results all tending to prove that a leguminous crop affects the soil which bears It like the addition of a considerable amount of Itrogenous ter tiliser Averaging results obtained In HOOTS OF SOY IRAN SnOWING NODtllJCH- 1C stale the amount of nitrogen added per acre has been computed nalU pounds In Germany It is eotlmafra at M0 pound pw aero The question naturally ooewn to the former who rends oi the wonderful work iKiHo by bastorial culture How can I benefit by this discovery To begin with It should be clearly understood that the nodule bacteria are only use ful with tho plants which nature has adapted to produce root nodulse when these bacteria are present These plants are practically alt Included In the legu minutia or pulse family and the com mon forms sown are the clovers peas beans and vetches Some experiments hue been made by workers In trite country to Infect the roots of corn wheat etc with nitrogenfixing baG terla but the results wore negative In every rase- Assuming that the farmer has derided to sow some legume alfalfa for In ROOTS or TOUNO AIFAIFA PLANTS 8IIOWINU NODULES stance ihe first Quceton Is IXct toy land octal this ti wumentT The RUSr depends on several conditions First of all Inoculation Is absolutely necessary when I the land Is at all poor or thin and has borne no legumes previously I 2 tho land has borne legumes whose routs were devoid of nodule Even In roils rated as standard and capable of producing excellent crops of grain etc legumes lacking nodules frequently make a very poor showing 1 n the second place inoculation Is high ly desirable when 1 the legumes previously grown on the land belong to an other group of these plants For In stance Bokhara or sweet clover Moll lotus and bur clover are the only rom won legumes which give evidence of having nodule bacteria capable of In fecting alfalfa Infection of soy beans grown In the United States was first se enrOll only after using soil imported from Japan 2 TIlt soil produces a sickly growth of legumes even though tLslr roots bear nodules This applies vbVJier the legumlubO crop to be sown is the tame as the preceding one or not The ntroduetlau qt the adltl e o iiIInfir tdrnfshe4bypliriecul turfS may jwlve tbf Offlcully Egg Service The members of a place of worship at Overton near Wrexham have hit upon a novel Idea for raising money to carry out certain structural Improve ments It was decided to have an egg service and tho cqngregatlon was In vited to bring aa many as possible Over 1000 which were placed In and around the pulpit were brought and readily sold realizing a substantial sum literary Life Molly line the grocerymangone No dear hes waiting And the baker On the front stops Well Ill Just climb to the roof and finish my work there Thatll never do Theres a bailiff Up there levying on the shlnglesl Chi cago Journal Singular Message Lord Curzon Is sending a message to all the tribes In India In a novel way He learned a speech In all the dialects and then spoke It Into phonographs These talking machines will be sent broadcast over India and all the people will so be enabled to hear the voice of the viceroy In their native tongue Death Is Honor- A missionary at Hamada Japan writes that he attempted to condole with tho mother of a soldier whose funeral ho was attending Uut she said to him You should congratu late ma Is It not the greatest honor my non could have hadIo die for his country May Mittens The 172 pairs of mltiera that Mrs Hllsa Iarker has knitted during tho past several years were distributed among many relatives who gathered around the festal board to celebrate her eightysixth birthday Uppor San dusky cor Cincinnati Enquirer Danger in Grousing the Legs Continually crowing the legs and thus making the joints brittle was stat ed at an Inquest on Saturday to have caused the death of a UriMul asylum Inmate While pulling on her stocking her thigh bone cracked London Tele graph Jewish Soldiers It is mrtl ed In England as a eurtmu tAil that most of the Jewish soldiers who died In the Boer war end in whose memory a tablet was erected roeontly In a London synagogue belonged to Scottish regiment New Mormon Colony President Stnlthjttthe Mormon church barn Just paid 480000 for a 66000iirre cattle ranch In British Columbia The land will be colonised by Mmnumn ami more will be seat to that section as land can b bought Toys of Savages Among the most backward and say ago tribes great attention Is often paid to the children Tho toys anti play thlngs used by Bavagpa In all parts of the world are ofton surprisingly well made CopperCovered Steeples Many church 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paid one way S G FRANKLINMt Kr- UUUINJI Bonk of M t Vcroo Berea Cofe ndodIPLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest c College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS I Applied ScIenceTwo years Course with agriculture for oU1fmell and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal Courses For Teachers Three courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and Stato Diploma Academy Course Four years fitting for College for hucjne land for life College CoursesLiterary Scientific Classical leading to Iiuccalam ato degrees MusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Chrfatfiia education Our instruction is a free gift Students a small incident nl feo to meet expenses of tho school apart frominstru tide and pay for boardln advance Expenses for fall f 14 Weqj 8 mayoi brought within 2ff50 Winter term of 11 weeks 27bO Spring term j of 11 weeks 2425 Full terra opens September 14 The School iitendorcod by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation abet Methodists good people of all i ron tNFonuATiox AND rniBNDLT ADVICE AMUIESS THE svoRCTAr WILL C GAMBLE Berca Madison County Ky t0 u Madison County Roll r Milk i4HH4 I41 Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour gdHBH4Li b Potts Duerson Sutloo KX 1Wblt tu n O Tla Sloe bolts roolln 7l tlmn t hs trial die w hb oei s for 50 cents raapAaao eels Al Ina ABOSAIOCY or- E C 6 ILL j i Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally i Leave Berea iW5 a In Arrive tU n in I Arrive Paris ii2S a cot J Arrivo 750 a tu I Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Btrla 182 p m I Arrive 200 p m Arrive Pars 35X p in I Arrive 010 p in- Going South Train 3 Dally Loiivo Korea 111 p m Arrive p m Going South Train If Dally Leave Berea 1217 arn Arrive 700 a m end Knnsvillolii lolh dlrcclfona Trains limn Ix r1 end 4 carry Piillinnn velibnlel 8l ci hic iiit afc l ivwliM tctwc II linllliiuli and Kiivx lllr hi lolti ilinxlionx t DR V H I j 10m DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGEsTs WHAT YOU EAT DeWITT COMPANY ClIICAGO LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Richmond Cincinnati Richmond Cincinnati Kiioxville810 Knoxville sorrynufretIarlornranI AgentI HOBSON Dentist oelecRichmond Ky Terrific Race With Death Death was fastapproaching writes Ralph F Frouandez of Tampa Fla describing his fearful race Jorith lias a icsult of liver troubl nud heart disease which had robbed neol sleep and of all interest in life I had tried many different doctors and several medicines but got no benefit until I began to use Electric Bitters So won was their effect that in three days I felt like a new man and today I am cured of all my troubles Gun ranteed at Porter Drug Co J price Woo Fo 18 term Strictly Genuine Moat of the patent medicine test iinoniulH aro probably tronuinn The following notice rcc appflarod in the Atchison j Kau Globe Joe TnOk a well known eugiiieor running du tho Missouri Pacilio between Wichita and Kiowa lately appeared in a big OUP with n picture and when he was in thin ollice to day wo asked him nbnut it JH says be had terrific pains in IIIH stomach find thought he had cancer His drUKgifit recommended Kolol nod Herecommopdridit Kodol Dyspepsia Cure diKOfits what you eat anti cunv till stomach IrouMcK Just as surely as the suu shines Four stomach can bo brought buck originally pure cunditioa and life sweetened b this lasting and truly flyPorlerm LOUISVILLE ATLANTIC RY CO Tlmo table in effect April 16 1905 EAST HOUND No I SA 1 N vVirnKk lelfti 111 uMp in- iCoWsrlli IIOU l- e1IIy flew lP 3 a- Rsrlrnolrtar iIM t le Kirlimoint Iv 121 p 11 OYI a N urine Ip S7u- llrallyvllle tear tIUJcol tal IB v- wail I iIkulIYill Iai 1- 1r Nu 1 N i Sri a n 3 r p m IcIII iulb a AOIy View Sat 111 Uulnnom IT HIM Ja- I Kirlimoixl at i Vt p ets lSO Iriue erpin II 2fi auuvlll tmlo3o n m I nIIyrtlle IN 15 1050 No j mud 01 mill see clots connection t NiuhuluvMIc tOaed Iruiu I Jington and fluel i nail unit ni VcrMllIat to ami MM Sliclbyvllln unil Inlavllk No 1HtUt IlritUrvlMv turn LlII ur Jarltuu Fur unit Mir If loitl agent or AtfJ I Saved by Dynamite I Sometimes a flaming city is saved j by dynamiting a space the lire cant cross Sometimes a cough hangs i on so long you foel as if nothing but dynamite would cure it Z T Gray of Calhoun Ga writes My wie bad i n very aggravated cough which kept her awake Two physicians could not help her so she took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs anti Colds which eased her cough gave hor sleep and finally cured her Strictly siaentifio cure for bronchitis and LH Grippe At Porter Drug Co price lIe and f1 OOj guaranteed Trial buttle free GREGOR Buoretifalir sawn for nearly I tatfit century I SEEDS ilia Cop fro aanertrtrraa1u11luaxns Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I I for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths The reputation of W L Douglas show for style cosfort and wear is known everywhere throughout the world They have to give better utltUctkm other makes because the standard has always been placed se Wilt that the thanIers expect more for their money than they can get ekewhwe We carry a full line and can insure a perfect I fit Inspection invited COYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY HlIHH I H I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 IHHt 1 1 H 1 IIII 1 1 1 1 HIHI1 Berea and Vicinity t GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF t SOURCESNIffESt1IF LLI I I I I I I T I 1 I Mr P C Dix Y M C A see rotary for this district was in Bores on Saturday last Rev T A Kitchoes anti his family willoccupy the room vacated by the 1 Puseos for the present i Secretary Gambit wont up to Chicago on Saturday morning Ho will be in tho city for about a week Miss Boatright a tonahor in tho Xonia school has boon visiting at Prof Edwards homo during tho past weekPresident Frost though far from being well is about again after his long Hoige of inflamatory rheu matismMr and Mrs L C Hinman and T J Osborno and family spent from I Saturday until Monday on Robes mountainMiss Hellard who was injured Ii in the laundry several weeks ago is getting on nicely Her arm is healing bettor than was at first expected H would WI Tho fire department has boon t adding sumo now equipment during tho post weak Two hundred and fifty feet of now hose and two fire mens mute are the latest additions The copious rains andwarm weather of tho past week have culled forth the mountain flowers in abun dance Tho campus is also clothed in all the beauty of spring verdure- A word of warning may not be I amiss regarding the many open ditches about the campus Lanterns are placed as silent witnesses of lurking danger and it is well to take heed for the ditches ere deep Joseph Suoliy left on the early train Tuesday morning for Canon City Colorado He wont by way orI Chicago stet expected to visit brother in Milwaukee Wis before ramming Inn journey westward Miss Rost McFmron who has uotinected with the Boron hospital a student nurse for the past year loft for her homo in Livingston on Mon dry She expects to go to a hospital in Ohio for further study in Juno Mr and Mrs C S Reynolds left Bores on Monday for a visit with friends in Cincinnati and Hamilton They will go from there to Californi- by way of New Orleans stopping in that city for a day or so They will spond some time at Clovis Cal visiting with Mrs Reynolds father Tho Monday lecture was given at 780 in tho evening by Tutor Lewis on Land Sculpture It was illus trated by storeopticon views and made moro vivid the speakers do scriptioiiB of how the laud has elevated and destroyed by unto- during the ages The lecture was o interest aiftl profit to all- An auburn loud of College workers wont out to Blue Liok on Sunday afternoon and hold an open air sor vice on the church lot at that place There was a good attondanco and a s1lendldmeeting WldwldI meeting was also held in the colored church at Farrinlown Sunday nigh- with equally good results Dr Mayoafterisstay of three weeks in Berea left on Tuesday for New Cash Store 0 C RHODUS Prop BEREA KENTUCKY il aPnicr 300 Washington D C His soverti lectures along educational lines were very instructive throwing light ou tIll vital questions which are oxer rising the minds of tho Icadiiij educators of our land Dr Mayo close application to tho mutter of public instruction for several years enables him to speak with an authority liegorton of personal experience and investigation- Rev Mr Pasco and wife started on Monday for an extended vacation north anti east Thoy go first to visiII In Ohio they will visit Theodore lUll John two of their sons and also Mrs Pascos brother anti sisters They will go thence to Hadley Mass Mr Puscos old homo where his two sisters are living and will attend Yule Commencement whore their BOH M R Pasco Jr graduates this year Mr Pasco will also attend I Commencement mid ulass reunion ul Amheret College where he graduated forty years ago The Boron Telephone Exchanger hits bton undergoing some extensive improvements lately The two rooms i have each been enlarged six feet and tr now booth for long distance service has men fitted up Tho switch board has been placed at right nagltw to its former position and enclosed with a railing Tho second room will bo fitted up for for tho ollice and a store room II1ntmgerRI power generator is a tion to the apparatus Uy this ar rangement any number on the ox change may bo culled up by tho operator inserting the plug in the desired number and pressing tho key which connects this line with tho generator Tho necessity of ring ing up by hand is now dispensed with A jolly load of picknickors known in College circles as the Node crowd sallied forth to the hills hist Saturday for a days outing the company to the number of seventeen going in tho Auburn and on horse back to Robes Mountain Several of tho party experienced for tho first time tho pleasure and exhaustion coincident with a mountain climb Tho exploration of Hook House oust pinnacle and the various little crannies and oaves so plentiful about this romantic spot proved of suifici out interest to entertain the most daring spirits of the part Tho bracing air and healthful exercise served as an effective tonic for any Hugging appetites and dinner and supper wore partaken of with no doubtful appreciation The party are unanimous in their expressions of outingsDr Hubbell took for his theme at the Parish House Sunday morning Lessons from the Life of Elijah Ho i pictured tho great patriot of Isrnol being fed by the ravens at the Brook Chorith and miraculously provided for at the widows house in triumphaover the prophets of at Mt Carmel and again peeing before tho wroth of wicked Jezelwl until he reaches a cave where an angel of tho Lord ministers to his necessities From theso varied experiences in the life of this man of God the preacher drew many lessons applicable for Christians of today A solo by Mr Horton was touch enjoyed Tho inspiringigave pleased to call an informal talk from the text Wisdom is tho principal thing therefore got wisdom Tho practical way in which the truth of the toxt was presented could not but appeal to tho hearts of tho hearers Thom was a large turnout of spec SaturdaytCollege baseball nine and the load team As was anticipated the game was fast and closely contested from ticgw XG SHOD 7 A SWELL BOOT- fbrfasKionable people t start to finish Tho playing of till I Borea team was n decided improve meat on their two previous gamer I this season They were able to I look at States pitcher throughout tho whole game making several strong hits which however wen well taken care of by States out field The pitching of Specht was not up to his standard and several men were given bases on erratic or rmrsII ninth inning stood thirteen to four iu States favor Though Ikmi secured more hits than State icy foiled to make them must to tin Humo advantage as did State in in creasing theii tally This is the lust gamo to be played on lone ground this season Birthday celebrations are joyful occasions as a rule and tiiiim when friends would fain express good will to friends With such intentions tilt wellwishers of a certain young lady in Berea who had reached another milepost in her existence assembled to surprise her with gifts and other tokens of devotion Thick kindly zeal for tho enjoyment of a fellow pilgrim was commendable and an they approached tho house of their visitation verily their fans lamltlwith tho anticipation of pleasant surprise they were nlxMit to bestow upon their unHUS ectSng vic tim But lo through some unknown source their plottings had liccomo known and they reached tho Mecca of their pilgrimage only to fled that the bird had flown Strange as this may seem it SB nevertheless true and tho proceedings of the evening wore of necmsity carried on to their own surprise in tho absence of tho one whoso presence they craved above all others For further liar ticulars and proof of which inquire at the TOl1t1l1onKO The Work of a Cyclone What appears to have been n oy clone passed near Boron on Friday night last About 1130 pm the house occupied by Mr Inancs Mid dlelon two collar nl1l1a half from town on the Richmond pike Wins levelled to the ground the intimates barely escaping with their lives Mr Johnson who lives just across tho road was aroused by cries for help and hurrying over found Mr and Mrs Middleton and their two chil dron hemmed in by tho ruins Mr Hrans another neighbor WUB sum moned and together they succeeded in freeing the family from their perilous position In describing the occurrence afterwards Mrs Middle ton said tho back door wits blown open and the wind rushing through forced the front door open thus creating a thoroughfare The two ends of tho house wore blown out ono being carried same distance and lodged against a tree Time front wall fell across the porch outside and lodged in a slanting position The rear wall full towanls tho front of tho house coming in contact with the front wall in HO doing leaving a small space between it and tho floor This alone seems to have saved tho family from being crushed to death beneath the rear wall Tim two children were uninjured but Mr Middletons head and shoulders wero quite badly cut by tho timbers Mrs Middletou was pinioned Ixmeath ono of tho timbers and hat two ribs broken besides being badly bruised otherwise The furniture of tho house is a total wreck A chicken domoJiRh1cdThe track of the cyclone lay in an easterly direction an is evidenced by tho number 6f fences and trees blown down east and west of tho Middleton homo for a distance of a half mile each way No damage of any extent was done beyond the immediate vicnity of Silver Creek at time point described CROSSEXAMINE YOURSELF Docs the house need painting and have you made up your mind to use the just as good variety in order to save a dollar or two P Now before you take the final step just pause and consider tho needs of the house Your good judgment will prompt you to use Green Seal Liquid Paint its always the result of careful afterthought For Sale by Porter Drug Co Pasture for Stock Inquire of A L Coylo near tho farmM K PASCO DO YOU KNOW Tho value of Hannas Lustro Fin iuli r It makes old floors furniture mid woodwork look more beautiful than when they were now And it lasts For Sale by Porter Drug Co Thorough bred Plymouth Rock eggs 5tc n setting Mrs Jas A Todd Paint Lick- PAINT WISDOM Dont experiment with common paint It costs as much as Greet Seal before ttsiugnuda great deal more after For Salo by Porter Drug Co prrrrrlr rrrrlrrrwrrrrrrt rrurgrrrrt + rrliirrirrstK rrkrI i t I x m s WI3LCIISBIG4JY 1 I i Studebaker Wagons oi Oliver Plows Io b i Obelisk Flour j i kBannera r- A a Jo t On such goods we make our fight y and pay more freight than all the mery chants combined receiving J Berea Quality always good prices al ways right and stock on hand and it- t looks like everybody trades at r vy leeh s I S f j ililtlAililililktAl klilAilA iAr1AAAIOi151i1riit hlAi1 1 111i1S1i1 171itAkt1 11tIlitQ I Y 8080808008080808008080080800800808080808008080o 8 8Uoi Figures and Truths i0 iThnt figures never lie when there is no liar behind p them has been proven in ages past Vo want to u w demonstrate to you that our figures on o 8 0- i Dry Goods Notions u 01ii wants for loss money and with moro satisfaction nwthan anyone else 0I10n in need of a now Spring Hat i Dress Goods in silks silk organdies cnshineres lawns twhite goods or ginghnms Lndics Underwear Cor isds Laces Embroideries etc to come to THE 8 SHOP FORLAD1ES and let us give you more 0 r goods and better than you can get anywhere for the o o money We carry a line of Mandell Bros samples for shirtwaist Suits Skirts and Coats and shall be o glad to supply your needs Call and sec us u- i C L Hanson Co io 0 0800800808080808080800800800808000080000 i S Do You Feel Safe Gt Without Fire Insurance 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 write you in any of the good Companies FIRE LIFE And o ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD And TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC W H PORTER Berea Ky 1 AT THE BANK o 1f i r SUMMARY OF THE H PORTANT NEWS Interestingrhlappeniugs1hat Oi curred Dnriinr till Past DaftYACTION OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS Exciting Events in the United State and Forolgn Countries Condensed For the Busy Reader Crime and Casualties Prealdeat Kooaevelf hunting trip hex boon fcrwvned with success tar bl yiqd his expectation or those of Ihe nosh snngfiae of his guldo Fli iMnni In ar Iiur been killed by the imrtyDlMtppolttttnent rolRns In a numbs d Colorado cities and towns along tho route of irw proiHUufM return trip to i tVaahlnt ton became of nil delonnln ton to curtail his pant and start for homo on May S Thin In a week ear T than Intended Only two stop- will be rude ar Denver and Chicago i Rumors of a iwraiM nt elutraettr ant v inlnip ooriflniHMinlr from the rioJnll f West Divide creek dRt UI pros i nt Is in n kli amp The report sre donl 4 ly Swrotary IxMb and tel bone tMMagi to the ranch of W1 tothut In not ladlapoaed lion Kompotkln has resigned tit cvmjnmn of the Mconil army in MAI churl to which a waa assigned a- tV t lit ownrq st after 1M WIll dst on t9lJtftOOerhtcltleC of the ours t n dnrinlm by Ge tt Llnevltoh Gen 11 Ktulbttm eeeoed Kuiaynlktn- VdmlraUr circle are coMing tnao pt the ttew that there will tw no neat or gaoral actton between Ute semitrMtona Adm Toga o avoid a decisive actto iiatll he kss made every effort to pis inoralhw tow Rvaalaa meet ky torpetl ttaotai Tho tetra ef Ute nwmffo of flgh leg In MnnHturia la MMteMtl to allow that the Jppanew haN taw dNlde aot to await the tape of the Impeni i log luvftl coatwt but to trtllhw the few wAI lnt rrctiltiR between the trrtei HP of UM thewed winter road sad tNt arrival of the mwmar rein In Jrtw TIM hop growers of the Mfthw i srr alert tit form a pool Aa tocrMM of 1 to d per Nat la th pvnalMn rates fur pollciss which M nut onafir pMi I belr holders a rtgh ro pnrtMpat In the dtrldmda of tb nuopany has hsen put tale meet b1 four of life largest life iMifuranra oom Wale In tide oountry the perwinal property whteli oaei graced ChI Ruclld avenw home of Mrs faMto L CUadwIck at Clovetauil 0 and ordiTMi soW by the authorities wefo net nu at auction In New York and lite nf days results were small flues 8Mlti irtU tntrotlured 111 the till tola Mnutf a rtaulutlon which wen- sdoptesl unniilRioumy urging the lit fkmfll annfvaa to erect a suitable noNnMnt In WakhlnKtflh to the mom cry of Abraham LlacolH Pert Offlct Inspector Sullivan was notlfloO that a btanket fraud order ball- NoM toed by the post ufflM depart float aaaln i thellmne CoQpeniUvf Co which had an oRIc In St Lords until a few aiuirtha ago Mia Minute 1tfgrlu norKIa dawgh trrot tk l It B Boykln of SmlUlfioW Va has bear appointed sponsor for he Soni of Confederate Veterans of Virginia at tlte confMerate reunion at Ky June 14lfi klxHiterllle step In the career of frank O Blgelow the former bank nreelitoat of Milwaukee who default d In the sani of a million KnIt a half Iolkrra1 the flllBK of a utUtkm In Involuntary bankruptcy The revlueil I rheduk how a total liability on tht part of Mr inflow of 12277000 of which j11+ IID Is wholly or In part lICtUJ Fred kI ji was elected preal loot bf rho Flrat National bank of Mil waukv t fill tht vacancy caused by he removal of Prank a lilgelow the presldeat EOMM furnace workers In the 1ltts burg dlHirkt will receive a 10 per omit idvnMct In weer The increase ap pllea to all blast furnaces in that neo lion sad include the valleys and other lyrta of Ohio State Attorney John J Healy has annoimcoil that he will permit no hetf tlugxin race tract In Chicago during his term of once Aitemivts to oper tie bookN will be suet with prosecu lion Gon Young formerly commanding the United Slates army was cordially i colt by resident Dlna who of fered kim many courtealea which Gen Young was compelled to decline as bis stay was brief After a conference In which the bus Ities menN committee and roproHenta llve of the strikers and of tho Whlta ker Oletwner Iron Co Wheeling W Va It was announced that n bails of icttlement of the atrlko had boon ivnched and that tho strike was at an W jndPope Plus X received In audience 75 Americans Among thom was MM llenj Harrlfon of 111111 II 1 poll 8 J D Cameron of Juplln Mo has secured an option on a tract of land wmprlHinR n Quarter million aoroa year Mbxloo City for tho colohUutJon 31 farmer from Texas and Missouri The funeral of United State Sinn tor Orville H Platt took place at tha Congregational church Washington Ct and fUlla thoumnd persons attended It The secret service department of justice and pout office department bos begun n concerted campaign again lottery agents with tho avowed IlIlon tton of putting thorn out of business The ollmax in the prosecution of Non Patterson whqli on trial charged with the shooting of Caesar Young WBI reached when Hyinan Stern tho pawn broker failed to identify J Morgan Smith as the man to whom ho sold the pistol with which Young 1BI killed Announcoment was mado of provl Ion by Androw Carnegie of a fund of 10000000 to provide for retiring pension for tetchors of universities colleges aud technical schools In the United States Cauada and Newfound land Absolute denial of certain charge affecting his official Integrity while minister at Caracas Venezuela wa made by Mr loonilB sating secrotnr of state In a statement given out bl himSecretary Taft will order Miniate Bowen at Venezuela to report forth with In Washington to explain the charges against Auletant Socretar Loom which ho has conveyed to Secretary Taft In a personal letter The Amerieit Republican olub or Pittsuurg held ju 19th annual banquet at tUe Hotel Sehenley In commomor lion of the birthday of Oen Ulye S Grant Moro than 400 persona were Iireeent A report which has arrived at Mar potties from the Congo states that 8 000 Mntlve nniial with rapid an guns attacked Capt Averts mlulon and that only tho Captain and six sot dlera escaped after a heroic defense Of the 8000 natives who partloipatei In the attack 4000 were killed Bxtemrtve cocl fields have been dk covered near Adrlanorka station li the trans Ilelkal territory It Is believed that they will bo snfflclonl to supply the Siberian railroad The Russian minister of fl nance ob alnwl the emperors sanction to the appointment of a special commission to Investigate the plans fur the outs atructlon of a Baltic Black Sea canal Chairman SbonU of the Iithmlai canal eommliwlon has appointed E S Benson general auditor of the Isth mien anal attain sad of the PaRa mo Railroad Co Ho Is now auditor Ut general charge of the accounts of the Southern Paolflp railroad The executive committee of tke Pan line Railroad Co has decided to reduce the rate ehargeil for the trane K rtntkin of employee of the lathmtai anal uetwem New York sad CoJot from 122 to 1110 II C Prick chairman of the flee tots eonmtte JnveatlgaUHK the Bqt lIa Life Amuraee society htaS wrk ton a totter to bba policy holder aa Murtag them that the intereet of every policy holder la absolutely safe Gew Fttahugh Lee 08 U S A retired and one of Virginias foremost MM died at the Provltlenoe hoapMa at Washington from an attack of ape ptexy which he mffered early In the morning on a train while en rout from Boston to Washington The end was peaceful and without pain tin general remaining conctoufc until within five minute of the end For tbe first tine lnoe thus strike of the Steam Railway Unkin In 1804 the government of the United States has been made a party to the labor trouble IB Chicago The government was brought Into the teamsters strike by tM tewwnce of nn Injunction by Judge C C Kohlsont of the United State circuit court Twolue arrests were MRde fur vlotatloim of the In lunctlonliiwtnea falinro In the Unllod Statue for the week 8n llnAllrll 7 number 191 agaliMt 183 last week 107 In the like week In 1904 173 In 100S Hd 174 In 1003 Three British cruisers according to the London Dally TeJegraphs cor respondent at Singapore are patrollng outside the harbor there as thick weather renders the straits In visible from the roads The duke of Orleans hoe started on ilR trip toward the North Pole on board the haute lie goeeto explore the Arctic regions from Spitsbergen to Franz Josef Land and Novla Zom Ma add will make a most careful search for traces of the American ex edition of which nothing has bsoyi lenrd fur three years A number of mon left Waco Tex Cur Chicago to tako tho place of drlv ere of oxprqaa wagons mado vacant Iy the teamsters strike In that city Arrangements are being mnde by the express companies In Toxaa to seal other man to ChIcago for the same mri oio The Producers and Pipe Line Refln lag Co has beers organised at Oakland City Okla and Incorporated with n apltnl of 30000000 tho purpose of widols la to build n Alpo lino through Ihe old fields of Knusag Oklahoma In llnn Territory and Texas to tho Gulf United States Senator Bacon of oorgln salted for Buropo on thi toniner Prlnaoss Irene On Information from federal author ties nt San Francisco warrants wero l asked by tho United Statos court for ttlO seizure of a package of lottery IckotB of tho Mexican state lottery hipped to L Jackson of Mobile Ala A private dispatch from Bad Nat helm says tho condition of Secretary or State Hay Is very good Mr Hay took his second thermal bath anJ trove out after lunch Sir Mortimer Durand the British mbasaador who loaves Washington for New York whence he sails on tho jtrurla for England called at thY tale deoartment to take Jeiwe It Is stated that John W Gates ibex Iin tho slump in wheat in Chicago wit aggregate between 6000000 and 17 000000J Brlitow the presidents spools commissioner of the Investigation or the trade conditions In relation to the Panama canal expects to resignhli- place He will return to Kansas to look nfter his newspaper properties At Johns Hopkins university Bait more Gun Albert Von Pfister of Strut gart presented to the university on behalf of King William II of Wurten berg a bronze statue of Schiller tlir Gorman poet tho work being a copy of the noted original by Dannecker Twolve of the labor loaders proms nently Identified with tile teamsters strike now in progress in Chicago were Indicted by the grand jury Each indictment contains six counts and charges the men with conspiracy Leo Prankloff a Chicago musician asphyxiated himself and one of lute four children Two others are not oj pouted to live During the last few months nuarroU had occurred between Prankloff and his wife Secretary Taft has received Instruc ions from tho president to call Mir Inter Bowen now at Caracas to Wast Ington also to send Mr Russell now minister to Colombia to Caracas and Mr Barrett now minister to Panama to ColombiaJ Morgan haa obtained the original manuscript of Dickens CbriHtmas Carol and the origInal manuscript of Hunted Down tin first short story Dickens ever wrote for an American magazine A B Molt of Indianapolis fad one of the natural hobs to the estate or the late Mrs Mary Stockdale the Flint fillch woman who left her 400001 estate to Detroit and Buffalo charitable Institutions was chosen by tho other relatives as tholr representative It has been decided to contest the will ItartliQuake shocks were foIL In Geneva Switzerland Inhaoltivnts word somewhat alarmed and many of thorn rushed Into the streets but tho damage done In the city was very slight A cyclone wrecked building and dll other damage In Carlyle III estimated at 100000 No one won killed or even Injured The cloud that did the work was funnelshaped- A conference opened in Berlin In celebration of the tenth anniversary or the discovery of the Roentgen ray Dr Leonard of Philadelphia returned thanks for the reception accorded to the foreign delegates One hundred guards for strike duty In Chicago were hired in rltt burs The agent who employed the men Mid he was working for the Chicago Bm ptoyers aMclatlon Troops sad strikers clashed at Caa- cliewa 148 miles from Warsaw Pour striken were killed and over a score were wounded by volley tired by the Infantry Following services that werelhnptesl ern In their simplicity and suggestive or the character of the distinguished actor the body of Josepa Jefferson was laid away at the Bnyview ceme ery In Sandwich Mass Commander George Morse Stonef tr S N C 2 dlbd suddenly of heed disease at his quarters on board the ship Santee at the naval academy Ambassador Myer has moved into his new residence the palace of the Countess Klelnmlchel formerly occur pled by the Spanish einbawy at St Petersburg While rounding a ouno Intlde the hard llmlta of the Southurn railroad a Irounvllle S C the special Pullman traIn bearing Robert C Ogdon and 100 members of tho Southern oanforenoe of the education crushed into the roar end of a freight train killing four per Ions and Injuring a score of others Sixteen people wore killed and cores of others injured in Laredo Tex by a tornado which toro through that city The property damage is large The Rio Grando river broke over its banks 10 miles above B1 Paso sod verllowed 2000 acres of nlfulfa and other riots lands ruining crops and car ylng away mnny small houses Copt W A lta bourn 20th Infantry tT S A committed sulolde at Fort ollrlfIn after making a murderous issauli on Lieut Win IL Point also or the 39th Infantry at Salt Lake t1t811 Ralbourn had been on a spree The Chicago Federation of Labor up ooletl to President Iloorevelt and Gov eneen for aSHltnno In the team ten strike Fearing that troop nay be sent to Chicago the labor organi atlon has asked both the preeldem and the government to Invoetlgate the Ituatlon In Chicago Thirteen minors wore entombed and irobably klllod by nn explosion in the ItMouri Kansas Texas Cos mine No 10 four miles west of VIIbnrtou hits Unique In the history of Cooradn wall the church service held at the old iluo schoolhouse on West Divide rook attended by President Moose voll and his hunting party and all the inchmeu and their families for mlle round Tho presidents party pre anted a picturesque appearance as boy came up All wore on horseback alld were dressed In their hunting dollies During a wind storm a laborer was tiled at the St Louis World fair rounds In the wreck of tho north wall or tho horticultural palace which Will blown down During a storm near Hartsfleld Ga Dsoph Stovall an old nail wellknown Itiion was killed by the blowing down of tho houso of his grandson John Stovall Near Tlflls nn attempt by a peasant and to maltreat a rich farmer and n nest led tecollisIons with police and oops in which three peasants wero killed and 12 wounded Other attacks are feared r STRIKE IN CHICAGO Federation of Labor Appeals to President and Governor All Peace Negotiations For the Present at Least Have Been De eland Off Both Sides Seem Determined Chicago May 1 Anticipating lha the peace conferences In ayor Dunnos once would be futile the ChI sago Federation of Labor without waiting for announcement of the result of the negotiations appealed to President Roosevelt and Gov Deneen for assistance in tho toamsters strike Fearing that troops may be sent to Chicago to preserve order during the strike the labor organization has asked both the president and the governor to Investigate the situation in Chicago before taking any such action A determined effort on the part of Mayor Dunne and his peace commie slon composed of five citizens one ot wjiom was a woman to bring about an amicable sottlement of the strike was an absolute failure and all peace nc gotintlons for the present at least have been declared off The Indications are that the strike la bound to spread to other firms Both sides seem determined In the itand they navo taken PltUburg Pa May 1One hundred guards for strike duty In Chicago were hired In Plttsburg The agent who employed the mon said ho was work ink for the Chicago Employers uses elation A UNIQUE SERVICE President Hunting Party and Ranch men Attend Church Glenwood Springs Col Muy 1 Unique In tho history of Colorado was the church service held at the old lithe schoolhonao on West DIldo creek aueuded by President Roose velt and his hutting party and all the ranchmen and their families for mile around The little district school bulldlPK was not a tenth part large enough to accommodate the congregation and as the result the organ was moved to tho platform in front On this platform seats were provided for the president and his party Rpv Horace Mann of Rifle Col who preached the sermon the choir and the IntBteos of the church After he had concluded the proof dent spoke fpr about ton minutes He exureeeod his wellknown views on good citizenship the morality of man patriotism and duty to the homo and country He was cheered heartily throughout hie remarks DISASTER IN A MINE Thirteen Men Entombed and Probably Killed by an Explosion Wllburton Okla May 11hlrteonm- JneJs wore entombed and probabl llled by an explosion In the idle sour 1unnnB and Toxas Coal Cos mIne No 19 four miles west of hero fhero Is little prospect of their bodies Icing recovered for several days The men wont Into the shaft at mid night Foreman William Ray of tho shift that left the wino at that lour states that the mlno was in good con dillon and a gnu explosion was hardly iflobabla His shift loft a shot hang- Ing which the now shift theforcefired It Is suggested from of tho explosion wh ch could be hoard for miles around and which tore heavy Limbers aside and nlled tons of dirt Into the shaft that a bail shot had net oft somo dynamite which had boon stored conveniently for work in push log the entries RUSSIAN SQUADRON Large Number of Vessels Were Sight ed In Honkohe Bay Anam Ilong Kong May1Tho stotier tettln whl Sh line arrived here sight to front 30 to 40 vessels of tho Rus dad Second Pacific squadron lIt lion kohq bay Anam about 60 miles north o ICamranh buy Thursday afternoon Flue cruisers which had tholr decks tacked with coal signalled the Slot tin to stop and quoetloned her Tho loot was preparing for sea Joseph Jeffersons Funeral Buzzards Bay MOM May 11001l- owIng services that were Impres lO- In their simplicity and suggestive of tbt character of the distinguished act or oho body of Joseph Jefferson was laid away at the Bayvlew cemetery Iti laiidwlch Mr Jeffereons five sons a score of tntlumlo friends and n bun trod or more vlllugen gathered about tht open grave while the commitment service was rend The Roentgen Rays Berlin May 1A conference open od th celebration of tho tenth annlvor cry of limo discovery of the Roentgen FR8 Dr Leonard of Phlladolphlu iturnod thanks for the reception no irdod to the foreign delegates Converted Into Hospitals Irkutsk Siberia May lrOn account of oho Inadequacy of accommodations for Iho wounded soldiers from Man burin of whom there are 20000 hers and more arriving dally club houses oOtI school houses hove beott convert 11 Into hospitals Gen Wheeler Sends Condolence Washington May 1 Can Joo Wheeler lolographud Mrs Fllihugh Lflo as follows I Join my hearts cleop sympathy and sorrow with Iho thousands who mourn with you over- tho loss of our gallant comrade FROM ALL OVER THE STATE ij HARGIS ON THE STAND He Makes a Sweeping Denial of All the Charges Against Him Lexington James Hargis the county judge of Breathltt county took tilt stand In his own behalf In the murdf trial here and made a Rat denial of ev cry statement made by time witness s for the commonwealth which in anyway connected him with the assassIna- tion of James Cockrlll Lexington Judge James Hargls of Jackson was again placed on the wit nose stand in his own behalf He was crossexamined by C J Bronston for the commonwealth HargIs failed t9 explain why he had given Felix Felt ner a check for 1GOO to be deposit d- In the Winchester bank or why he had written the rate of interest at 8 In tho note given him by Felix Feltner and then changed it to 6 Judge Hargl was carried over the testimony gIven by his friend Felix Feltner and lu many places he contradicted Feltner one of these Instances being the dat0 of his first acquaintance with the for mer circuit court clerk of Henry coun ty Feltner said he was called to Jack son by Judge Hargis for the purpose o arranging matters so that Moao Feltna could not testify against him and here was Introduced by B F French but Hargls says he knew Feltner long before thin lie denied that the note fo 11500 was secured from Felix Feltne In Cincinnati by D F French as sworn to by Sam Fields Hose Feltner Ruck Cottingame and others JudgeHargisto allow him to make a statement to the Jury His counsel objected but the court allowed the statement Rate Ing himself to full length Hargls faced tho Jury and dramatically exclaimed as he pointed to his wife and daughlui sitting near I Just want to say to these 12 men that I am not guilty o1 this charge and if 1 were I would nev er again ask that woman to call me husband or that child to call me fa ther Attorneys for the state instant Jy objected and tho court excluded the statement from the Jury except that part In which he said he was not guiltyIghostly garb stood in the basement- of n store where Lewis Ford a dlmln itlve colored messenger is employed and when the negro appeared in the dImly lighted room the ghost made an unearthly noise Ford was too frightened to flee but picked up a wwlder and hurled it at the white pectre The ghost tell with blood streaming over the white sheet cover- Ing the body S II lost several teeth and was unconscious some time ddvIonat speed exceeding 40 miles an hour crashed into a telephone polo on the Frankfort and Lexington turnpike The car had five occupants Lewis Combs wbo occupied a seat with Cochran sustained a fracture of the skull and received internal Injuries whIch will prove fatal James Doyle tato register of lands was knocked inoensolous and severoly cut about the face and head Ed Kearney was rendered unconscious and soverel bruised Cochran John Combs and Frank Jaubert were uninjured except tor a severe shaking up being thrown some distance Into a field The accl antherof Lexington and a wellknown racing utoraoblllst Louisville Several days ago Louis Cilolstoln a secondhand dealer at 131 Just Market street bought an old safe it a sale of the contents of a rest lance In the southern part of the city- ror 130 After the sale time owner whoN name Edeliteln refuses to gvt remembered that he had forgotten toI tale from the safe 10000 In gilt edge acurltles some Jewelry and n tnlua tle collection of coins He didnt now tho man who bought the safe but after scouring the city with dett e tree ho found Edelsteln who prompt Iy returned the property Madlsonvllle The post office at Anton six miles east of hero was robbed tho robbers securing about tO worth Or stamps a few dollars in cash and onto merchandise No arrests have mean maJ- eCnrlllleA heavy rain and hall storm visited this section doing much nmnpo to tobacco beds gardens and ruck patches Versailles In throwing a ball In- the bowling alloy hero Hiram WIS holt wrenched his loft log so violent Iy as to fracture the bono between tan thIgh and knee Tho fracture Is a so- rlous one- NowporLAIbort Freitag who shot nd killed his sister Mrs Anna Peters at her homo In Bollevue and who was djudged of unsound mind was taken ta Lakoland asylum Louisville W G PruItt who was bitten on the hand by a 14yearold hop ertl dog and Wm M Ferguson or JullIU county who was bitten by n horse called on Charles Hall of Ninth and Magazine streets to apply hns madstone to their wounds In each calle thoro was wilof from tno inflam nation and pales Bowling Green Mary C Slaughter or this city and James Murroll nn of ficor at Ft Mackenzie Wyo although itfaraled by several thousand mites wero marrlod through the medium o- the Western Union telegraph A mIn- Ister was at filch end of the line Frankfort The state board of equal ization passed finally on the assessments In Hlckman Henderson Graves and Lyon counties and raised Hick man 10 per cent on lands Hondersoi 3 per cent but let the Graves and Lyon assessments stand They made preliminary raises in tho following counties Bath 20 oar cent on land and 10 per cent on town lots GUI and Boyd 10 on each Breathltt 30 on lands and ir on lots Clark 10 on lands Floyd 20 and 10 Johnson 10 and 16 Lawrence 16 on lands Ma goOln 10 on lands Morgan 12 on lands Powell 15 on lands and Montgomery 10 on lands and 16 on lots Ellzabethtown Capt M Mlnton W G Force and Capt J H Browning of Loulsvlllo a committee of the Ken tucky department of the Grand Army of the Republic are In communication with the citizens of this city with the view of holding the 1906 encampment of tho G A R In this city Mlddleburg Rev T J Winfrey of Jamestown and a wellknown minister of the Christian church has announced himself a candidate for representative in the next general assembly from this tho 43d legislative district composed of Casey and Russell coun tlosMt Olivet Frank Cleaver aged 93 Is dead He was born in England in 1812 when there was bad feeling between that country and the United States He came to this country about 50 years ago and engaged in farming and made a success NewportWord reached this city that Henry E Youtsey convicted two years ago of participation in the mur don of GOT Goebel and sentenced tome Imprisonment In the state peniten tiary at Frankfort is seriously ill la the prison hospital Louisville John Gaddls was sentenced to serve one year In prison tor chicken stealing Hlo accomplice turned states evidence Gaddls is the first man to be sentenced in Louisville under the law making the theft of chickens a felony Lexington Qua Straus sold to Frank MuIr of Peoria 111 the bay horse Francisco 6 by St Maxim dam Frances 8 by Strathford for 15000 He goes in tho stud During two and threeyearold form he won 13 races Newport Lieut John Leahey has notified Mayor Helmbold that every saloonkeeper druggist candy store proprietor and cigar dealer in the city has been informed that the machines must be down and out before May 1- CarlisleThomas N French buyer for tho Continental Tobacco Co at this point has purchased and shipped a little over 2500000 pounds of tobac co upto date The purchase price has averaged 94S cents per pound MIddloburg Hon W H Cole of Amandavllle was nominated for rep resentative at a delegated convention hold at Burkosvllle to represent tho 37th legislative district composed of Adair and Cumberland counties Newport Maud Not 2 the mule which has become famous because of a bitter war that has been engendered between Mayor Helmbold and the city round was sold for 1145 Mayor Helmbold vigorously criticised the lat tor body for declining to pay for the mule and other things Mt Sterling Insurance CommIs- sioners Prewltt of Kentucky and R B Folk of Missouri will go to New York in a few days to investigate the affairs of tho Equitable Life Assurance society The commissioners believe the company solvent but with other commissioners from various states it Is hoped a decision may be reached 5 whereby the trouble now brewing In the company may be stopped Threats of suits are being made by many pol- Icy holders in this state and the bust less of the company 1s at n standstill Ashland The Chesapeake Ohio will construct a now 100000 freight dopot The company has options on considerable property hero and will shortly close tho deal The depot will- be accessible to tho Ashland Coal andiron railroad and tho Ashland Tug River C- oFranktortOn request of Attorney John G Carlisle of Now York the ap xillate court continued to the next September term the Berea college mao involving the constitutionality of the Day legislative act prohibiting sooducatlon of the races Bowling Green James E and Wll lIam J Porter owners of the recently asslgnod bank of P J Potters Sons reported their assets at 1010400 Tho debts of tho institution will not amount to more than 050000 prlnci zany due depositors Louisville John M McCann a irlcklayor fell four stories as tho rt suit of the collapse of a scaffold With lne hand he grasped a dangling rope uid descended nearly to the ground lie alighted In a pile of rubbish and was unhurt Barbourvllle During a raid by rove me officers In tho moonshine district of Ifcistorn Kentucky Deputy United States Marshal William Mayas girl posse captured and destroyed a unique stilt The still was located at the head of Duck crook ru owsloy county nd the furnace und fixtures were concealed beneath re floors of a dwolllng torsoLondonSuit was filed here In tho aunty court by State Revenue Agent A M Harrison of Louisville against tho First National bank for back taxed on 90000 for tho three years 1801 1 902 and 1903 a AGENCY FOR I CANDY j JOES Richmond Ky IPRODUCE I CHICKENS I GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES IITALLOW ETC Bought at top notch prices by ct I J Se GOTT Street Borea Ky IDepot STOPI 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 fi30 Your patron age is solicited L DARIER l Ce F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER to B R Robinson IiSUCC0880r attended to night dayrI Telephone No 4 Bores Ky r TANKERSLEYi 1 Jowolry repaired and i Cleaned Satisfac tion guaranteed- If J my work is not satisfactory I I will do tho work over free of charge BICKNELL l EARLYS STORE LEHEA KENTUCKY Real Estate In Berea Anyone wanting to sell or buy I improved or unimproved property in Berea Ky call on J1J Bicknell as ho is in the business I have 40 acres right in the corporation of Berea which I will sell to anyone who wants to mako money on town property HOME SWEET HOME Will bo more homelike and uttrac tivo iu a now dress of Green Seal Liquid Paint For Sale by Porter Drug Co FOR SALE i 28 tons of nice Timothy baled hay 00 cents per hundred delivered in or I near Boreu or Do cents at tho farm I SIIELBV C TUDOR I Berea Ky GetI SCOTTSEmulsion When you go to a drug store and ask for Scotts Emulsion you know what you want the man knows you ought to have It Dont bo surprised though if you are offered something else Wines cordials extracts etc of cod liver oil are plenti ful but dont Imagine you are getting cod liver oil when you take them Every year for thirty years weve been increasing the sales of Scotts Emulsion Why Because It has always been better then any substitute for it Send for free sample ChomiselDCc Cnd 5100 AH druooltts i Spring Goods WE HAVE THE NEWEST MOST COMPLETE AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS IN BEREA Spring Goods Are In DRESS GOODS MOHAIRS SERGES FRENCH MADRAS SILK MULLS SILK WAISTING GINGHAMS ORGANDIES LAWNS PERCALES DRESS LINENS OPERA CREPE AND SUMMER SUITINGS OF ALL KINDS ARE FOUND HERE IN THE LATEST STYLES WE HAVE THE NEWEST NOVELTIES IN THE POPULAR SHADES OF BLUES AND BROWNS OUR STOCK OF WHITE GOODS IS COMPLETE IN ALL THE NEW STYLE PATTERNS COYLE HAYES 1I111111111111 11111 I II 11111111 II I I I II I I Z 1111I I 1111 J Eastern Kentucky News I Ho correipoadenee pnbllihed I1lI1eu signed In tan by the writer Till amt li not for publication bit a an frideac ol good filth Writ pUlily 11 I I i I Il I I I I 11 J I I I I t11ItfHIl1Itformed OWSLEY COUNTY BOONEVILLE April 27W Graham Walker ofI Loxington gave a lecturo Thursday at the Court House subject Dis Dat and Tpther A very good crowd was to hoar himTho Normal being taught by Prof Campbell and Bro Tom is progressing finely Surely Owsleycountys standard of education will bo raised to a higher mark by the students of Boonevillo Academy and Boron Col logoTie Easter missionary sor vices held at Clifty Milltown and hero were a decided success Each one seemed to do his BostProf Mart Brown of Indianapolis Ind gave us a lecture Monday night sub ject Ugly Pretties and Pretty Uglies Tho Courthouse was filled with people from tho town and sur rounding country Prof Brown is a rising young humorist and cartoonist Wo hopo to see him back again Steve Gabbard was in town Monday nightJohn M Campbell and Miss Nannie Rose wero quietly married at the home of tho brides father Mr L C Rose Sunday and at once loft on their bridal tourMr Campbell js a prominent young mor chant of Boonovillo May they have a pleasant voyage thru life is ou- rwiRhJ S Napier anti Leonard Wilson entered school MondayIti- s a good time to fish now and Uncle Abel Gabbard fishes every day Clay Combs had a fiiio mule die last week Wo will soon have a telephone in town which will put us in com munication with all the surrounding counties ISLAND CITY April 20The people of this vicinity are plowing and planting corn Several of tho people hero are sick There is n sabbath school at Oak Grove and they have a good attendance Rev A D Bowman and Grant Rico gave a talk on religion on Sunday at tho sabbath school Tho farmers are all glad to see the rain fulling John Couch is at work for the 0 K Lumber Company Hauling on tho tramway is all the talkwith the peoploW M Beck nell has had a very bad boil in tide throatT A Becknoll has had a very severe attack of tho grip Stephen Gabbard was hero on tho 25th in search ofa school Rev John Johnson preached at II D Gentrys Tuesday night MADISON COUNTY PEYTONTOWN May lAlox Fife and Fiolden Moran went to Cincinnati Sunday to spend the summer Rev I Miller preached at tho church Sunday night Rev G D Miller ono of cur worthy young ministers was united in marriage Wednesday April 20th to Miss MaryWallaco Broaddus the daughter of Rev T II Rroadduu of Richmond The ceremony was for- E 111 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I the homo of tho bride and was a very quiot ono The only guests woro Misses Minnie Bennett and Boasio Irvine Mrs Henry Bunnn Mr and Mrs Greene Miller and Mrs Allona L Rico Wo an friends to both groom and brh wish them the greatest success Rev G L Campbell attended the preachers association in Richm- oFridayRobort nd Newman and Mrs Allona Rico visited the formers mother Thursday evening Mr nnd Mrs Tom Merritt visited their brother Greene Merritt Sunday HICKORY PLAINS April 28Mrs Thomson of Borea gave an Easter lecturo last Sunday at tho Schoolhouse which wan enjoyed by allMisses Dola Williams Lizzie and Puttie Maupin Mossers JolT Wilson Henry Baker Henry McKcohan and Lester Maupin spout Sunday evening with Miss Sal lie Buck MissMollie Fortune is expecting to go to Hamilton Ohio in a few days Mr and Mm Frank Abney Spout Sunday with Mr and Mm Pleas Evans SundayJohn Forti and wife of Kingston spout Wednetv day with Mm Caralia Adams Mr and Mrs John Johnson wore the guests over Saturday of Mrs John sons mother and dster at Broadheud KyMis Dovio Kinnard with Short men Settles attended the Ester enter tainment at Kingston Sunday ulg WALLACETON April 30W M Hyatt sold his house and lot of six acres for 1000 to Mr Cuthrou of Scaffold Cane Oscar Hirott started for Cleveland Ohio lust Tuesday Will Oggof Scaffold Cane is having a big sto erected lucreAllen Bolin tho Litt daughter of William Bolin of TUB cola Ill died Saturday April 22n and was buried at Wallaces Chapel Wednesday John Carter of Big Hill was in town Sunday to see lib bust girlLouis and Miss Grace Baker wore tho guests of Miss Bel Elkins Albert Ponder and fami- who went to Villa Grove Illa few months ago returned Friday on account of his wifes poor health Farmers are behind with corn plant ing in this community MOTE April 30While Mr William McGuiro and family were visiting Mr Pigg on Sunday 23 his house was burned down losing all his household furniture and there was no insurance There was quite n heavystorm in this vicinity on Friday night which did much damage to lancing and fruit treesTho Easter exorcises at Kingston on Sunda the 23rd wero quito a success TI children did well and thorn was a very largo attendance Mrs Nanic Coko wife of Rev A G Coke very low with consumption P J Tarrett of this place was Berea visitor Saturday Will Evans w of Brassfield visited Mr John Jackson SundayCLAY COUNTY LAUREL CREEK 25We lire having line weather to farm Everybody is Choyhavefarm for a IhingWo hardly ever see anyone except n candidate and we tinyhenrySho loft homo night before last and anywheroALother dayMisses Ida and Colin Benger passed hero tho other tin on their way home from Onoida whore they have been attending school JACKSON COUNTY EVEROREEN May 2R F Jones has ntado five springJohnlast weekMrs Isabel Drew who has been sick is better Archil Duml1mB left Robert Jonea Embry Amyx has pooled twentyfivu cords of tan barkMrs Louisa Griffon visited Mrs Fannie Jones Monday Green Lake huts bought a buggy Aim Mary Beck visited Edward Luke Sunday nlghtJ W Jones burned his new ground Mon dayJoo Burk has quit plastering farmingGeorgeBrook ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD May 2Tlwro will lx preaching at Scaffold Cane Saturday and Su- ntinyMiss Minnie Waddle visited Miss Bertha L Rich Saturday night Mrs J E Dalton of heron is visiting her father Mr T C Viars this weokMrs W H Stephens entertained n number of friends nt her hone Saturday night Mr and Mrs visited relatives at DIM putanta SundayJ C Bullen of Conway waft in this vicinity Sunday Mr and Mrs W H Stephens visited friends hero SundayTho marriage of C B Mnyes to Miss Lou Singleton is expectedsoonW H Stephens went to heron Monday on sMr H E Bullon of Conway called on J S Waddles boys Sunday and reports an enjoy able time I Kentucky PickUps I TRIAL NEARING THE END Rebuttal Evidence Introduced In the toHargis Gate Lexington Ky May 3The com monwealth resumed the Introduction of rebuttal testimony In the Hargla case Henry C Hunt contradicted use testimony of Fed White who tcstl fled for the defense Hurst said he had a conversation with Fed Whit In which the latter tod him ho heard Jim HargU ask Anae White to go over to the courthouse during tho hearing of the motion for ball for Tom COCK rill and stand In with him He said In answer to a question by Attorney Leo for defense that he felt unkindly toward Hargls and said this feeling dated from May 4 1903 but he was not allowed to tell that the cause of that unfriendly testing was the assas sination of his brothor In law Jaws D Marcum Bruce Little was next called and In contradiction of James Hargls sold he had newr been a can didate for sheriff of Dreathltt county notnresult from Hargls refusing to sup port him for sheriff FOR SABBATH BREAKING Kentucky Judge Places His Son Un der Arrest 1ntitIs that of County Judge Thomas Baker who placed In jail his son Roy on the charge of breaking the Sabbath Young Baker who Is aged 23 becoming In toxicated resisted the arrest of city authorities He fortified himself in his residence and defied them ofletho hands of his tether who being an tlofficer of tho law shouldered a Winchester rifle and demanded his son to surrender The son realizing that It he fired on his father he would murder him surrendered and was locked up luon the charge of disorderly conduct 1BOARD OF VALUATION How It Will Arrive at the Value of Shares of Stock Frankfort Ky May 3The Ken tucky board of valuation and assess meat held that It would arrive at the value of shares of stock of national banks for purposes of taxation by tak ing the total capital surplus fund and undivided profits and deducting from this the real estate of tho bank This does not allow for deduction of the value of government bonds hold uy such banks for which they are contending The matter will likely go Into the courts hoOlea at the Age of 85 Newport Ky May 3lIonl Frea onberg 85 ono of the oldest residents city died at his homo In Flap IIIstreet near Brighton Ho accumulat reed a fortune In the gold fields of Calla fornla during the days of 49 Ho left several eonnd daughters f Carriage Satisfaction Here I Our Vehicles are ovory ono LA WI41 body finish and No othor sort could our than HErm No buy titan NOW Prices down to We and Get our C F HIGGINS Prop Ky Lidia Isaacs hits bought William outfit nnd U now to do PRESSING AND CLEANING also nititly discs Prints IftllulI1I1 House on Right Hand Side of Center St Buggies 7Phaetons RunaboutsJ Traps Durable Comfortable givoNo trimmings Hookbottom Qualities repaint repair prices StylishPRIVATE KENTUCKY CARRIAGE Miss prppRrtHl Mending BOARDING HOUSE Lodging J ENGLE Djxit Ky ats OHIO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY Dopartmontof Dentistry University of Cincinnati Central Avenue and Court Street Cincinnati Ohio sessionbegiairestablishedininstructor Its buildings are modern and well adapted to the ro unllurlllltll4dOptioal 11fiDb oosososososos0sosososososososososasosososososososos I CINCINNATI LAW SCHOOL i Law Dumrtment of tho University of Cincinnati EtUblhhcd 1833 HAS 3500 GRADUATES o e o oonreuieucemLatest S o corps of teachers Thaw years ooins landing to degree of L L B 2fth111tFor o g o V P ROGERS Dun o oosososasasosasas IlillDR MQFFETTS Cures Cholera Infantum I StrrntthUCosts 25c at Druggists or 25c to C J MOFFETT M D SL Louis Mo Mother Hosltato no longer but save tho health and life of I powdersTEETHINAcomes tho effects or tho summers heat upon teethingchildren MDS CECELIA STOWE Orator Kntro Now Club 170 Warren Avenue CHICAGO Iu Oct 22 1902 For nearly four 1 suffered from ovarian troubles The doctor insisted on an operation as the to well 1 however operationMywell as I for a woman is a disconsolate at best A friendly druggist adviml him to a Wino of Cardui for tno to try and ho did to began to improve in nfowda s and my recovery was very rapid With in eighteen weeks I was another being Mn Stowes letter shows woman how a home is saddened by wealmesandliowcouipletely1Vine flees and brings health and happiness again Do not on suffer ing Go to your druggist today and secure a 100 of Wine CardutWINECARwl A GALLON OF GREEN SEAL PAINT IB a gallon of heavy bodied paint and when thinned up according to directions on packngo is tho most economical paint made For Sale by Porter Drug Co GracefulUseful lactic nnd R Strict Heron n H DlmhoM Dysentery and Dowel Troubles ot Children theIAny Age Aids Dlget Only mail ovory Teamster Found Dead Covington Ky May 3 Itepoklrjffou n tate of hay between horses he loved and so long CAred for the body of Ju 1 lies Layman 41 a government teamster WM found In a tent on 119 lUver road near Ft Thomas Heart talluNygiven as the OWUM Hallam Fighting Gamely Covlngton Ky May 3 Sustained by his wonderful vitality Attorney Thpodorw Itallam Is still lighting game fur life on his cot In tho St Elisa IIY h hospital Attendants say that I while his respiration was low hit pulse was strong A Receiver Appointed Howling Green Ky May 3 Circuit Judge John M Galloway before lean for Morgnntown where court heling appointed Warner U Orldur of this city receiver for the Green Illver Mining Manufacturing and Transpor tation Co- Collections In the Fifth District Ixjulsvlllo Ky May 3Tho Internal revenue collections of the Fifth die tract of Kentucky for the month bt April were = 88496786 which Is a de rrooRO of = 9863476 as compared with the collections for trio sumo period ot last year After Fish Dynamiters Ucattyvlllo Ky May 3The Three Forks Fishing club has Issued a clrcu lar announcing n reward of 10 for tho arrest ofnay ono caught dynamiting fish In the Kentucky rlvor or any of Its tributaries In Leo county Miss South a Sponsor Frankfort Ky May 3At a meet ing of Thomas D Monroe camp Unit ed Confederate Veterans hold hero Miss Spicer 11011 South of the county was chosen sponsor for tho camp at tho Louisville reunion tp Matt Allen Buys Max Witt Lexington Ky May 30 H Whit ney of this city has sold to Trainer Matt AlIo now at Sheepshead Bay the chestnut colt Max Witt two years old by Farondale dam Custanco Tie price was DiLvatfii j r