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Kt t rI iI 1 BUSHING CO C MAN Manager tL f Din at Sena ly aetorel i a1IlIer 111I IIH11IiMI I I VOL VIA J Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 11 1905 One dollar a year NO IDEAS The toh men lovcth a cheerful giver There way bo some thing In tills world inure uxaotliiK titan a music teacher hub the munll girl never met It It Is quite exusperatliiK how cheerful ly hens will lay when eggs ore eheup Men tl08il o the lllrt collectively but they sire never so flatten t tin wbeu they nro allowed to take orders from her Individually FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tlio profits of tho government mil roads in Japan during the finca yenr woro 57DOXX Medical authorities nro saying that tho success of the Japanese in due to the fuel that thuir ollicuni and men art strictly loiiix rato while till HUN sinus though seldom really drunk are contiiiuall boozed with liquor The French authorities claim to have relieved rows thnt HojimlveiiHkyH squadron lit again on the move having loft Kong html Thuflay for nn unknown destination Admiralty at St Petersburg has nciovwl advice that Iho divisions of Nubogatoff and Rojefllvonsky has HltcUd junction Tho Singapore correspondent of n London paper claims to have recioml ndvico from Tokio to the effect that Togon flirt ix voncotmting in tho Korean ulmnnol Ito orlH from Man I ohnria say that OynmaB troops are advancing and havo fund Imok the KiisHlim oittK stH for a distance of lllhlrxprI8inparing for o movement toward Vladi vostok IN OUR OWN COUNTRY For the first into In years gambling is entirely snsixnided Butto Mont The now cruiser St Louts vtn launched at the Philadelphia ship yunl Saturday Citizons of IliohmoiuLYn will erect a 80000 oquofllrtnn statue of tho late Unit Pitahngh Loo In that oily DrO D Smith professor of mwtho nwtioB In Alabama Polytechnic Instl lulu for over twenty yoara nndonoof lire bust educHlofa in Atolwmu is dtmd Tho Pntfldont nrrivwl hi Denver Monday night and wiw tuiiuYml n sumptuous luinqTiot by tho ChamlMir of Commerce of that oily Ho loaves Denver for Chiongo thU morning astmngrnovomontamongSouthurn election of lUshop Galloway to tho prnnidonqy of tho board of Trustees of Yandorbilt University UiHhop liar grovo who i s president of till Ixxml at runt in said to IM in hUll health It is believed in Yushington that tho projHjHltion to give n commission power to fix railroad tutus has boon abandoned by those who wilt frame a bill for tho noxt Congress Tho railroads are soil to have much tho best of tho argument before tuft Interstate Comniurco Committee InmuottoRonwrecked a part of tho town killed twenty iliac K oplo and injnrod forty two others in live minutes Two churches wore completely demolished e The storm originntod a fow miles mill thiJowriand followed heavy nun Doth jllIsms to tho Oliioago strike claim 101MmllkillJ gains The do partnicnt stores worn more sncces8fnl yesterday than hornToforo in making dilivoriitH nod bualmwscamouHnrim miming normal condition lhwn mon woro fatally injured and a numlxT of others Himtained injuries Monday but tho aggregate of tho wounde was not nearly so largo as on sonic of the days last wokC- OMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY To make a teal ease of tho State Si I mill v flnMinrr Jaw limo nri iiiiinfmantf a harhorslmonrtLoxingtun plyclii ged with violating it were arrested Tho Democratic campaign in Fast ern Kentucky was formally opened at Owingsville when speeches were made by Senator Dluckhurn W A Young nUll C E Day FayetteCircuitJuries llargis to bail in tho suns of byFloydlumbtr morehants of Jackson and MC Courtney and John M Stevenson of Winchester Application for removal of tho case of Caleb Powers from tho Circuit Court of Scott county to limo United States Circuit Court for limo Eastern District of Kentucky wtui made by JudgeCochranCochran ordered a hearing of the question set for Juno I ItJ THE CITIZENSixteen 47II POSSIBLE EXPLANATION OF DELAY IN GREAT SEA FIOHTI Maybe Togo and Rojettven ky Art Too Busy Reading the War Newt NEW SEWERAGE AND- HEATING SYSTEMS AN INTERESTING ACCOUNT OF THE WORK NOW IN PROCESS EXPECTED TO BE IN OPERATION- BY THE OPENING OF FALL TERM For pearly a year now a great Ilea rnlngthosystem and central heating plant for tho College buildings nUll mummy quentious Iao burin asked as to tho general plans on which they are laid puhIIshkludlyfunliahedWorthon engineers in charge The Sewerage System Tho system ns now planned will bo made up of 870 feet of 12 inch tilo sewer 2180 feet of 10 inch 350 feet of 8 inch 10SO feet of 0 much cad 1230 feet of 5 inch Tho main sower will start from ladies Hull 8 inch crossing Chest nut Street and pOI lng between the Administration Building nml Lincoln Hall In tho rear of tho Administra lien liuildiug time pipe will be in creased to 10 inch and the line will go down the ravine between the Industrial Buildings and Williams Hall passing around the slope in the rear of Howard Hall nUll running through the grove north oT time Ath letio 1 told to time junction of Ellipse and Mt Vernon Streets At this point the ii o will bo increased in size to 12 inch cud will run through the College land west of Ellipse St to u point about 1000 feet from the L N It II At this point the 12 maim newer will mentor a septic tank built of bricks This tank will lw 80 feet long 12 feet wide and 0 feet deep The sewage will enter one cud of tho tank below tho surface of the water and after remaining a sullicient time to have tho solid mat ter dimmest entirely liquified by tho action of the anaerobic bacteria it will jMtss out the other end to a filter tll for the second stage of purifica Lion Along tho lino of tho sower there will Ix 12 brick manholes covered with cast iron covers set flush with the surface of tho ground From these manholes D 0 sad S inch pines of sewer pipe will bo run to connect buildingsThe now are Ladies Hall Presidents CottngeChllpel ministration Building Science Hall Industrial Buildings Williams hull Hospital cud Howard Hall Tlio systems will be Installed com plete nod ready for use by Aug 1st 1005 plans for tho system were prepared by J A Gilmnn CEulId- or tho directions of a Committee of the Trustees The members of this Committee aro Addison Ballard and Rev William E Barton The New Steam Conduit line Among tho improvements which are mucking Berea one of tho best equipped Schools III the South is tho belugInstnlledA now eighty horse power boiler has just been sot mud connected to boiler number one of a similar cape city at the boiler house The two boilers are to furnish steam for limo heating of tho proposed now Gym nasium Administration Building Lincoln hull Library Clm ol and proposed Normal Building to bo located beyond the chapel whTch is nearly a quarter ofa mile distant front tho boiler room The steam Is to 1x3 distributed through the new steam line which is to be laid to time in limo trench now being dugUruny ask the question Why this trench need be so deg f and are answered Be cause tho steam condenses to water in tho radiators from which it must grnItTheis set low anti by giving time steam pipes a very slight pitch six inches requiresthoover eleven feet between the two In BuildingsAt this trench a five withopxnjoiutaand gravel to conduct away nil wator that might collect around tho conduit pipe which is laid on tho gravel This patented K and M sectional conduit was made at Portland Me and BhipjxHl in carload tots It varies in size front ton to twontyfour inches in diameter the largest size made throughlengthwise bottom Iwfore it is put in the kiln to bake When it is taken out it breaks easily lute two sections First is laid very carefully both to lino and grade tho lower section five of these are laid then n too is next put in plow with tho outlet set down This makes eighteen feet of conduit which is as much as should be laid without a support for the steam pipes to bo carried within this conduit So in the outlet of this tee is cemented a cast iron roll support by which the steam pipes are held in the centre of the largo conduit and on which they lire free to expand or contract It nay bo of interest to some to know that these pipes will bo over a foot longer when steam is on than when cold In this way the bottom sec lions nfl laidand tho supports put in for tho whole line Then time steam pipes are put in place Time supply pijHJ is seven inch tho return three and tho drip pipe inch nod a halfThese pipes diminish in size as the suppliedTheyboth steam and water to set that they are perfectly tight After this test the top sections of tho conduit are put in place anti cemented each ono on time bottom section from which it watertightjointcemented in place it is packed full allaround time steam pipea4with as bestos and sponge fiber which are such good nonconductors of heat that but a very small per cent of the steam is lost in going on its long journey Another top Is put on nod it packed and thus till all the tops are n piney All cement jolliia are then r carefully examined and painted with waterproof cement As soon as this has dried the trench is ready to bo filledup and the conduit line is n- Illhed A similar but smaller line is now successfully operated to the two Industrial buildings and Science Hall A line is also planned for Ladies Hall Presidents louse and beyondBy heating the labor is reduced to a minimum as a opbeatcentral plant Tho coal is all brought to the coal pocket where it is easily unloaded Largeboilnomically than a number of small ones The danger and insurance is mUch less for each building without its boiler The exhaust steam after doing its work in the engine is 10 per cent as eflicitmt for heating and is all saved within limo water of condensation which is returned to the boiler as pure water and at nearly tho boiling temperatureThe room space is saved in each building and tho boilers and chimney with its offensive smoke is r placeThothe investment as is proven at many Of time eastern schools and institutions wore it has been in successful oper ation for yea- rsKANSAS TORNADO Part of the Town of Marquette Kan Was Wrecked by the Wind TWENTYSIX PERSONS KILLED FortyFour Persons Hurt Some of Them Suffering Front Broken Limbs and Internal Injuries In Some Cases Eentlre Families Have Been KilledA Relief Committee Was Organized and Began Dispensing Aid Marquette Kan May 10It is known that 2G lives have been lost in tho tornado that wrecked part of this town and did much damage In this vi cinity and that 41 persons had been Injured Of the Injured 35 were seri nasty hurt and some of them may die During the day Carl Wartqulst and Mrs J A Carlson died of their In juries Several of the others are suf feting front broken limbs and Internal InjuriesIn cases entire families have been killed A man named Swltzer a night watchman at the railroad yards lost his three children M P Nelson with his wife and three children were found dead Two other children were not at home and escaped Injury Order has practically been brought out of the chaotic condition that prevailed and a relief committee has been dispensing aid Among the relief sent from outside were 25 pupils from Beth any college who acted as nurses Many Killed In Their Sleep Many of the victims were killed as they lay asleep others maimed and bleeding awoke to find themselves hurled in the wreckage of their for mer homes Time tornado struck the southern end of the town and cut a clean swath 100 yards hl width through Its enUro length Coming as It did at midnight the people were caught without a mo ments warning A heavy rain storm had preceded the wind and after the tornado passed a scene of complete desolation followed The tornado broke upon tho town with great force wrought Its terrible havoc within a few minutes time and continuing on Its way through tho rich farming country north of Marquette caused further damage In Marquette many residences were completely demolished the wreckage being carried away entirely while oth rrs were picked up bodily moved a short distance away and dropped to earth Remarkable Escapes lone Sallen the Infant daughter of Charles Sallen was lifted In her bed by the tornado and carried to the mid die of the street receiving only a few scratches Sallen and his wife were dangerously Injured The mattress upon which the baby daughter of Rev Smith lay was doubled up In such u manner as to cover the child and pro tect it from falling timbers In spite at the destruction of the Smith house the entire family escaped uninjured Mr and Sirs O Bolivia were carried an their bOIl a distance of 600 feet and laid down without being seriously in lured FOR ANY BUILDING Inside or outIt doesnt matter Green Seal Liquid Paint is the Paint for you For Sale by the Porter Drug Co w Departments Pages IIfrlll I I I r II I I I IIi f f tJJ WOOltl1 IMd1i1Owa egie + 3MI1TfX1iiM t ci N CAPIIN6SWIRDe mfI laoooo I May 4 1905 i f AREWE JUSTIFIED i- Perhaps weought V to be satisfied 1 with present achievements But you know t 1 the more a man gyms the more her t wants This being true we are then justified in aoliciting new buai 1 ness and especially so since we so well equipped to handle it j IareAccuracy and promptness safety fl liberality aro the marked features of our business I We invite you to try us p i i Cashier + o + aa OroiorrorouroRordroraoo v o s 0o 4 Look here nittti customer I f r 0 j ofa o- S 01 rinY o and Summer Goods 0 L And are prepared to offer the buyers a r- o chance to buy from the best and most 0 uptodate line ever shown in Berca Vg osolicit ypur spring trade on the represen tation that you will find it satisfactory and o- o profitable to make your purchases from us o We carry a full line of mens and ladies- shoes X 0 and a complete line of gents furnish g iings We guarantee to give the best qualityof goods for the price and our o- A prices arc always the lowest Calland see us b o r 0- o 0 o THE NEW CASH STORE 0 Propoo feoc o ro- tgoiloSloSlokolloiloiloyto11oS1oilottoilokoiloSlotto7eoSl ottoilo o oaoSol This Way Sinners A word about the Hour you torsoOBELISK GOLDIEDAL flour is made by special process of aeration manufacture tho flour stock passing through the various machines is constantly agitated and subjected to currents of cool purified air This not only makes tho niinuto flour particles sharp anti granular but aljo keeps the machine system sweet and sanitary Thero is ho possibility of dust or foreign matter in time flour Time mills are at all times as clean and neat as a firstclass restaurant You can buy this flour in bags at 70 cents or In bar role at 575 at Welchs i I THE TWO SHADES Lute In the night when no man saw or heard Two Shades returned to earth from some far place And oame together for a ghostly word Though hand met not nor face looked into face Alas oomptalned the tint the years are few stllCe here I dwelt and mlR ted among men Ties had I many comradea who were true With whom I had full share of honors then But now none speaks my name In probe blameThey bar y ways who shared my lot I have no fragment left of goodly fame Dead but a day or two but quite for sot Full fifty yean have pasted since that- I died Thus said the other And my place li kept Wy one who dreams that I am at her tide Who weeps today as then she orel- wept One speaks my name when that heart is sore Hunger is hers a lltllo time each day And so she loves me and forever more Will love me as when first I went away Ettsmge said the tint and sadly turned to go I was a father fond a husband mild And who were you that are remembered- soT V said the other was a little child Louis Dodge In Youths Companion The Iron BrigadeA OF TilE POTOMAC By GEN CHARLES KING A thorotNonntnHoltTk ColD ri Dtifkttr Tort Troppxto CopnUbt WB kr Q W DUllcthim Co CHAPTER XXVI WHAT A LETTER REVEALED Once again had Lees valiant army slowly retired to the Potomac and leisurely recrossed superb even In defeat Just as after Antietam the cabinet the committee on the conduct of the war that remarkable annex to our mili tary system and countless critics all over the north stormed at the Army of the Potomac because It seemed to fol low at respectful distance content to let the erring brethren go in peace Then came the final resolution of the great war president that as he and Hallaok and Stanton had long tried without sueee the business of bow Ing armies In the field It was time to turn the whole thing over to a single mate manager Then came Grant and the beginning of the end At this time Fred Denton twice honorably mentioned and recommended for the brevet of major found himself again summoned to Washington this time a wit ness before a military commission for the trial of one Peter Jennings civil ian for whose apprehension with a whole skin the First Virginia cavalry stood readyto pay a round sum and the Stonewall to supplement it with an other each claiming prior right to perforate or sear that skin at sight The Virginians swore that he sold Informa tion to the federals and had betrayed Ladue of the Eleventh Alabama Into their hands even while Stanton and others at the war department were ready to swear the tall Virginians life away to the charge of giving informa tion to the rebels Among the papers In poor Ladues possession was the original draft of the report he had written the command lug officer of the Eleventh Alabama C his flight across the Potomac and rapture by union cavalry near Mathlas point Not until he reached a certain farmhouse near Port Tobacco did he know who were the officers escaped from prison camp near Annapolis and his joy was great when Jack Chilton appeared among them He and Chil ton wore ferried over on a dark wintry night and landed at a fishermens house three miles below the Point and there to his Infinite concern Paul found that he had lost his pocket mem orandum book well nigh filled with notes concerning the troops alto sketch maps of field fortifications all of which he felt confident would be of value to Gen Lee Then there were private papers In the book of vast Im portance to him If to no one else A racking chill had come on EH the re sult of exposure to the raw night wind and Jack and the fisherman secreted him In a barn Then Chilton deliberately went back to Maryland In search of the missing property Thereby he escaped capture by the cavalry piloted by Jennings When searched Ladue was found to have no incriminating papers about hima disappointment to tgJenningwforpering with the officer in command The last Paul had seen of Chllton was hat December night but later he learned that he had been compelled to remain in hiding many weeks In Charles county before the vigilance of the Federals was again relaxed and he could finally effect ha escape Then there was n letter unfinished for Eli c nor which Fred had sealed and sent to her and It was through her four weeks later that he learned that Paul well knew he had not long to live and had really hoped to meet a soldiers death In front of the charging line One longing he had he owned that IrColulc1 probably never bn gratified thai u of branding McKinnon as a liar and a thief for young Larry OTOofe he that used to sweep out and sprinkle the store and had enlisted as a drummer in the Montgomerys after Pauls bun Ishmont had strayed in search of for bidden luxuries jnst bofore Chancellors vide and Stuarts men had nabbed him and run him oft to Richmond whore Ladue was favored with OTooles account of McKlnnons brib Ing him to purloin those St Louis letters With this confirmation of his theories burning within him Paul had gone to Charlottesville spending one day with the Chlltons and hearing from the doctor n strange story ol McKlnnons generosity to them and kindness to the Imperiled son Rosalti had listened In silent acquiescence until Paul burst in with vehement denunciation of the whole storytold them of McKlnnons treachery to him and his hatred of the Bentons told them of Freds devoted friendship and then came a strange part of tho letter Elinor copied it verbatim Mss Chilton grew more and more excited as I talked and finally whirled on me with How can you speak of devoted friendship on the part of a man who planned to capture you both and was only balked byby Jacks going back for your old note book Then sho rushed out of the room and I had to go right on to Gordonsvllle and could only write to her that that too was probably one of McKlunons slanders and there wasnt n word of truth in Itthat no one was morn amazed than Fred when they brought me in Ive not yet heard from her but I shall and Jack shall know the moment I can find him Was It not strange that that some old notebook which sho risked so much to send to mo that night Fred caught her at the stone house should later have been the means of saving Jack She found It in the breast pock et of my new uniform coat at Henrys and glancing through the pages saw the sketches and memoranda I had even then been making supposed it was of vast importance oomethlng that we ought to have and fearing It would fall Into the hands of the enemy bethought her of Jennings and Judge Armlstead slipped into my uniform and Fred has probably told you the rOILISo there It was at lastthe story oC- her daring an4 devotion and Benton had be but opened his heart to Paul In the few days that they were to gether at the Chlltons might have known it all There then was McKin non furthermore unmasked and even more of a blackguard than they had deemed him Now at least must Ros alie know how utterly sho had wronged the man whose devotion to her she surely could not fall to realize yet not a line from her had found Its way to Elinor There was some comfort in the belief that now she knew but how he longed to set at McKinnon for further comfort And now that queer customer Jen nings was also under the ban was he And trey needed Denton evi dence Benton whose brevet hung fire for roasqns he could not understand Benton who didnt love the war office and who well knew he had found no favor In tho grim deepsot oyos be hind those comprehensive spectacles There was little he could really tell of Jennings though he had never for gotten that story about the Indiana sergeant seeing Rosalie toss the packet to him In tho rush and excitement at the stone house If that story wero true she must have thought him faith ful at the Unto at least That fateful notebook filled with Pauls clever topographical sketches and his daily mem orandawhat had not Rosalie dared In her effort to send it to safe hands What sacrifice had not Chilton made In recrossing the Potomac that wintry night In hopes of recovering It Where was it now thought Denton as once again he caught sight of the unfinished dome of the great white capitol A very suitable bit of property the little volume might be to a southern chief tain again Invading Maryland with an army at his backand a very danger ous one for southern officer to be caught withit alone- CIIHAPTER XXVII LOUNsnunnrs LAST STING Gettysburg had thinned the grand old First corps into the proportions of a small division Consolidation became the watchword and with Rey nolds dead and hie successors devoid of influence It had none In power to pre serve Its autonomy The Second Fifth and Sixth corps retained their badges and their name Tho Eleventh and Twelfth tent to the west were telescoped and called the Twentieth The Third had lost Its grip with Sickles leg at Gettysburg Its way with Frenchs head at Mine Run and finally Its place and namebeing distributed to fill the gaps in other organizations As for what was left of the First most of It under graybeaded Wadsworth went as the Fourthdivision to the Fifth corps our old friends of the Iron Brigade ruefully shedding the bloodred disk and decking their caps with the Maltese cross But the story of several who set forth with them was still unfinished Fred Denton who had ridden with their bat tling line OR many a bloody day came not homeward with the few survivors A strange fortune had been his after Wadsworth fell There had been many a reason us has been told for believing that the tall Virginian Jennings had played a double game from first to last Bentons evidence had little helped the prosecution however and when the young officer was again summoned to the war department and again ques honed as9his relations with the Chlltons tired up and de dared thellmo of inquiry a reflection on his loyalty and Integrity Stanton so hated the rebellion that he seemed to kold uo pQlcvi Above suspicion who did not hute everything connected with It and Denton could not be made to hato the Chlltons any of them r to look with anything less than love on tho memory of Paul Ladue So he came back from Washington In time for tho Mlno Run affair boiling over with wrath at the way he had I been badgered Stanton as much as intimated that Denton knew Jennings I to be false to his obligations and was shielding him as he had striven to defend the Chlltons and Lad UP No man can serve two masters young olr said the stern secretary and you cant properly servo your country and shield those In rebellion against It Ive seen too and h of this disposition on your part and If I see any more of ItIllbreak you- Words were these to be well remem bered In the light of later events No wonder Benton was aflame with Indignation and narrowly did ho es cape courtmartial for the hot wrath of his reply Ho demanded a court of Inquiry but to no purpose There was little evidence but his own Ho continued to serve with Wadsworth who from having been more than half In clined at one time to share Stantons views had now reasons of his own for TIIEYUi HANO 111d1 differing radically with that tremen does power and took up the cudgels for Fred in his vehement fashion and might have gotten Into serious trouble of his own had it not been for the shot that ended It all that bitter day in the wilderness Then Benton was transferred for a Ume to the headquar ters of the cavalry corps and rode with Sheridan to Yellow Tavern where the plumes of Stuart went down at last and the brilliant leader of the southern horse was borne away to die within the walls of the weeping city and here It was after Yellow Tavern Fred Benton had one of the oddest yet most opportune meetings of the war It was a soft moonlit night In May Three confederate officers unhorsed and captured had been brought to Sheridan camp fire near the Richmond road and in ono of these Den ton instantly recognized young Win ston wearing now the braid of major of cavalry The recognition was mu tual and Bentons wellfilled flask was brought into requisition at the Instant Benton saw the Virginian was In deep chagrin A question as to Louns berrys whereabouts was all that was needed and Winston launched at once Into a tirade There never was such Infernal luck he said For months three men had been hounding that fellow to get an accounting from him on a matter thatthatwell Pelhams sister had been engagedat least believed herself engaged to Lounsberry ever since early In the war yet In January came the announcement of his approaching marriage to a widow of wealth and social position In Charles ton He had tricked Maud most damnably said Winston and Lloyd Pelham the very young fellow who was so near ly killed trying to save Lounsborry out there near Gainesville a captain now and only 20 had been trying to gut a fight out of him and so had Jack Chil ton but Floyd had the boat claim and now Lounsberry had actually been nailed He had come to Stuart with dispatches and Pelham had slashed him in the face with his gauntlet A meeting had been arranged for tomor row morning He Winston was Pel hams second and would almost give his parole were such a thing possible to an officer of Stuarts cavalry to get back to the confederate lines and bring that fellow to book You owe him a grudge as well as Maud Pelhams kinsmen said he Sooner or later hes got to fight or funk I cant bo there to second Pol ham and now theres no telling when any of us can get at himI Why not Chllton 7 asked Fred Chllton and Winston flushed with embarrassment Chllton has just been sent away on other duty With hU wounded leader and kins manto Richmond hazarded Fred Noo was the halting reply In fact Winston could not lay whither he had gone It seemed long Indeed before any ot those who owed Lounsberry a grudge were enabled to get at him But there came a lllne and not to those that wore the gray but to Benton still serving with Sheridan Grant had crossed the James and In vested Petersburg when to shako him loose if possible by tho old device of scaring Washington Early was sent down the Shenandoah valley with 12 000 men and orders to stir up Mary land Stir accordingly he did until the arrival of the Sixth corps from the James and the approach of the Nine teenth Then Early harked back leaving just a few of his men cut ott by a sudden rush of union oavalry one of these a young captain of his own staff an almost Invaluable offi cer So this warm August tvea I lag as Denton tame riding Jowm beaullulItrough and caught a glimpse of three forms that had stopped short at sight of the bluJackets and after a mo ments hesitation had turned back the way they mama One an elderly clergy man gave his arm to a gentlewoman evidently bowed with care and sorrow Tho third form was that of a girl slon der graceful and In her walk there was something vaguely familiar to Bentons eyes oven before ho noted that sho wore a drab felt hat broad brimmed and feathered Benton fol lowed to the corner and saw tho girl enter tho gateway ot an unpretentious little homo while the other two walked nlowly on Quickly he crossed the street followed along a hedge of rosebushes turned sharply through tho gate and face to face at tho trellised porch met the girl whom ho had first seen sauntering along that leafy sldo street at Charlottcsvlllo In tho spring of 62 Bearded bronzed and stalwart as he was today she saw nothing to remind her of tho pallid prisoner of the Chlltons and only Indignation at his Intrusion blazed In her cheeks and eyes but In spite ot gallant effort she struck her colors at his very first word when with uplifted forageca ho bowed and calmly addressed her Miss Pelham I believe whom I had the pleasure of seeing at Charlottesville I hope your brother Is not woundedand here Then he repented him of his cruelty when he saw her sway and stretch forth her hand for tho support ot the railing at the steps Pardon me he continued his blue eyes fixed on her almost ashen face but nothing less could have brought you here and par don me again but I must enter and he moved as though to PItH her by Instantly almost In terror she grasped hisarmNo no she cried I give you my word My brother Is not here Then I am more than glad said Denton for it all seemed to flash over him In tile Instant and despite her dinging hands and almost frantic ap peal he sprang up the stops and Into the open doorway There on the bed gaunt fernstricken and gazing up at the startled colored mammy acting as nurse and then Into the taco of the blueuniformed Intruder lay thlll wreck of the one personal enemy Denton was aware of In all Virginia all that was left of Scott Lounsborry Maud Pelham sprang past the union officer and stood almost defiantly fac ing him You shall not take him touch him she cried In tones Intense and low He Is terribly wounded He has done you no wrong He tried hard to harm me and ha made you the Instrument he said Did you not know that note was meant to lure me into a trap Did you not know that his men were waiting there to setae or possibly kill mer From the bed there came a feeble cackle of laughter and the girls wild dilated oyeT that at Benton words were staring at him turned In cud den alarm to the fevered man whoso voice quavered In a sneer of mingled hate and triumph You got away thanks to her and her meddling but ho wont by God he wont Theyve got Jack phllton hard and fast this timea spy with a hatful of Information and theyll hang him within the week ITo De Continued South Amrrlrnn Instennltr A New York man tells ot a visit he once made at Sabanllla a small although important place on the Car ibbean coast of the republic of Co lombia At that time ho writes my knowledge of South America was lim ited and I viewed tho sights with a keeper Interest than I do today While I was waiting for the train in which I was to travel to Barranqullla two peon went by with a wheefbarrow minus tho wheel It was a contri vance with handles at both ends Two men were required to carry It Turn ing to a steamer acquaintance I asked him it there were no real wheelbarrows In the place and he answered Oh no we use these ingenious devices so that two men may do the work o- foneN Y Times i Seised for Debt The question of the rightful ownership of fowls seems to bo n trine hazy In tho mind of the southern darky Ho harbors few scruples against bor rowing from a neighbors henroost The old domestic in the following an ecdote however considered the prlie his by all the rights ot the law flgentleman In New Orleans was s0prised one day at finding a plump tur key served for dinner as ho had given no order for the purchase of one Where did you get this turkey Sam he asked his old colored servant who was grinning with pleasure at tho fine appearance of the bird Why sar Ill splalns just how Dat turkey ho been roost n on our fence tree whole nights so dls mornln I seize him for de rent ob do rallYouths Companion Those Sickly Octoiconarlani They were neither of them brilliant scholars but they liked to moro with the times as regards their knowledge of current events so the dally news paper was regularly delivered at their humblo domicile and It was Jennie duty to read out during breakfast time the most Interesting Items of the day One morning after wading through the latest Intelligence from the front she turned to another page of the paper and said Ilorblfij It says here that another octogenarians dead Whats an octogenarian 7 Well I dont quite know what they are but tbey must be very sickly creatures You never hear cf them cat but theyre dying Scottish AICr OUR YOUNG PEOPLE DEFYING GRAVITY Seemingly Impossible Stunt Which the Active Doy May Accomplish with a Little Care No doubt you have often heard how Impossible It U for a man to lift him self from the ground by pulling on the strap of hU boots Other things are supposed to be equally Impossible one of them being to lift oneself by means of a rope anti pulley While this In perfectly true in the case of a straight pull there Is a very simple way to do It which you may easily prove to tbo astonishment of your friends Throw a rope over the limb of a tree and In one cud of the rope make a strong loop large enough to hold your foot Now directs the Cincin nati Commercial Tribune you are to pull yourself up asfthe boy In the picture JB doing You stand on Ito ground with your left foot in the IMP LIFTING Till VKKT nv Tilt UoPIOf the rope and pull your He other end of the rope but though you feel a Rood deal of tralu on your foot I in the loop you dont stir Now you are doing exactly what Is doae by the man who tries to lift himself over the fence by pulling onbte boot straps By this time you are eenvtBeed that there Is a trick In IL Indeed there la nit so simple a one that yw will have BO trouble In performing It Bear year weight on the rope In your hand and lift your leis swlnjdi s Um upward fruits your hip Tice rIIIalt will lie that row feet will lID sip akeot three feet frna the 8fom4 white the rope In your haM will sink till your head Is on a ley 4 with your fetNow shrub up the rope hand over hand till your head in above Our- rNt and lift your feet as bfura pull lag on the rope at the semi time You do not really Mil yosweU op this way but it looks so to the spectator You elimb up the rope hand oVer hand and could do It just as well without having your foot la the loop at all pievtdlng the rope wer fastened to th limb A DRY LAND CRAB RACE Amusing Sport for Boys Which You I Can Try at Your Pint Sunday Schtol Picnic A greaf5many of our readers are of course familiar with crabs and their ways and no doubt have often laughed at the funny fashion In which they travel running around backward and sideways and bumping Into things and making an allround exhibition of awk wardness If you wonder at the crab being awkward says the Peoples Horn Journal try a crab race and you writ see thnt It Is not at all an tasy thing todoYou need a starter and an umpire for your crab race which should bt run on a soft green turf a park If you live In a city or almost anywhere but the street if you are a country boy In either case I would advise you to wait until you have on your baseball suit anti not try it In your school clothesTen yards or 90 feet Is quite long trough for your crab race The racers kneel down on all fours and form In line at the starting point with their backs toward the starting line At tho THE LAND CIIAH HACK signal the are off each one crawling backward toward the finish ten yards away Tbo race Is not always to the swift It is not at all easy to keep In a straight line and every time a racer turns to look over his shouidir he loses time end ground There will bo collisions bumps and all sorts of funny little mishaps which will convulse the specta tors with laughter and which may change the entire outcome of the race A peculiar thing about a crab race Is that in almost every Insti nee the racers teem to havo A peculiar attraction for each other ana by the time half the course is covered crawl all together in a bunch and go bumping and jostling along Ui the finish line It Is the boy who bears this In mind and who resists tlifxnatural Inclination to craqrl toward theothers and keeps away so that he may proceed without intoner tact who usually wins the race TALKING CANARY BIRDS Miraculous Powers Possessed by aIiPretty Little Songster of Baltimore i i A beautiful llttlo canary actually talking speaking English clearly and- sweetlycan you I boys and girls 1m a g IDe anything more pleasing Yet that Is Just what a dainty little feathered mite a puroyollowIIarU mountain canary owned in Haiti more does says a writer In the Orang Judd Farmer That most of the patrol tribe and crows and magpies have the power of speech nearly everyone knows but that the little songster who brighten so many homes throughout our broad land should be pocd of this pow or seems almost miraculous It goes tr provo how ranch we have yet to learn of things with which we tall ourselves familiar This little Baltimore bird lu s vocabulary of Ye words seek a pretty beautiful UN which baa anna elates very distinctly UI fllJnllIM- those In various ways repealing ant alternating to suit his fancy No effort was made ta teach lahis accomplishment writes bet sale tree All a family we sJawretr ob lent to trained animals we like eaoS to develop iii own attractive person ality The canary is not yt a yeti uld It Is our custom to talk muck ta our pets and this little fellow was SM exception The words which he now repeat have beep my aunts usual greeting to him and she world fw quently repeat them to him We mistook hU flnt MlwaiM tot his baby attempts at sloclng and ww surprised Into nrrouniss wMu lali tile clearly enunciated worth formed- tW prelude of hM Try boasMlfel songs In Hartford Corp ts another ea nary who also talk repMtlnrf very similar wonts and laughing In Imita tion of his mistress As with the Bal i timora WH no attempt was tnalje ta teach bins wt hU mltrM UNMtf to hm a grail deal as eke worked Mar hJa can In both edam the btttb have received Ue tenekersal ear How dM ItgbifBl has been tho reward A COSTLY BLUNDER nw a Smart Telegraph Operator Blunder Mused a Shipment of Sheep Instead sf Ship the Dog The fnnnlt blunder I ever heArd of a telegraph man making saM a station aleut 10 a writer In hceen was one that a young lItAny perpetrated when I wai HP at Milwaukee P T ffMtold a sheepraiser on a large scale was In the city at the hipt I learned later that he had tome on to make a slMi sale and had arranged with his foreman to wad east In a hurry us many animate ai he might telegraph him he wanted Well Mr Seabold didnt make terms to suit him and tho deal wa called off but he Rot an lorltatlan to p shooting and decided to accept It scarab be owned a sjilemlM hunting dog oametl Shop thought that liE CAME DOWN TO MEET TIlle DOQ thfl dog would enjoy the trip end should go along so he wired the tore man Send on Ship at once Then the operator got busy lit know of course that the ranchman must mean sheep and that ho had telegramThe man to send on the sheepand the foreman did In proper time Mr Seabold cams down to meet tho dog About If car loads of bleating sheep were awalt Ing him What did ho dot He suod the telegraph company and got enough for that operators smartness to more than cover the profits of the shrep deal Biggest English Poultry Farm Gen Booth Is of his Ihein England and houses over 2000 blade Last year 18340 eggs and 1185 bird were sold and 2286 chickens reared prizeqand i dww f4 Five Letters artsa Telegram jflyOTHO U SENGA 4r JlCq 1903 bjr Ode D Saga I Prom Gertrude Inlet rlHltlug nt North Plntto rntipli IIlf1r Hltlnoy Nub to lior young ulster In Itonton Jiif My Boor IlelonI am glad I told + you In my other letters of my trip niul f i the much niul thu Inmutlful Bconory for licroaftor I font 1 glmll write mostly t rIIbout Iloytl Ilurliu Ob Holcn ho b- jaet 8110111111150 tnll and strong nud comijimiilliiBt Ho has clmrRo of n big 9ranch nmr hero which Is ownwl by n I rwoalthy IIIRII In Cblcnuo Cousin Amy Boya ho will hnvu ono of tits own someday lit huts lout mo ono of tilt homos n perfect bwnuty and wo shell ride to Itettior often The girls In our sot would onvy mo If they could mn Mr llurku Ito it vary handxomo nud bo tins tho most rfollKtitful way of 1111U8- kug I dont know u man In Itontou to comparo with him Dont four that 1 OOOUDV 1MB THIS Sunni lOAN HHB LLtr1I CXIJ11VI stall tall In lure with him I hoi o I have willrlmt fondly rMe to jweront tlMt I think he la Irish Dont let J any OHO ttteo ico this wttmr torliiKly yours QIIHTHUIJlf e Prom Helm falm to Qartradv- IVwr Orrlradyits just as well that you liar HU Intention of falling In lure with tie IrtabuMR Mamma would IIOT ft fur 1vo join The tbwa West guts liar MMiTkJ to Iwr wntirv MtMtactfcm ami yon know oho Asa wtertert Itukjr Sutitrer for you the iIr little doll with hf mtllloM Of comas I a erqldtrl dwarf need have ue UwHiht of HMrrtaK but If 1 won n tall iMwlwMO girt like you Id marry n ion not a tattorN model And 1 wesklHt euro It he were a 1TJI hinder It ho woro stroiiR unit hand some salt I liked him an I IwMovo youro taring to like Uita Mr Iturko- Ckiwlo prows latter entry mlnutn Ho beam uagBRwl a valet stew rylHK to L ail smear Mho Pinky as loselble- Mamma VXINXU to sew your letters to mo but elmo Hluwt It she Insists Ill flcrmin and shoMI think I am RO IIIK to loco my mlml Oli I know low to tax mnmmn I wouldnt do that to nuita but ho uuilonlamln IqU of tilling that momma dowwtRlrU for In Btuiica Wrlto moo all about tho rides and Mr Ilurko Your iQTlnfr little sU ter IIBLBX lrom Gortrttila to Holon- MD itr Little IileturI wlati I could toll you of the bmutlful Ilfo hero livery IIhlll In HO freo and untural and t eo swnu to be glail they are alive I know I nm Us lu the atmosphere I think MVo RO riding every dRY I never boforo know tbo real plansuro of rid IIIR Hiding around tbo parks on our IwrnoH with their mlnoItiK Uttlo gnlt Isnt touch like lying over thu pralrlos on this horse of Lloyds She takes a long swinging lope and you fool as If you moil tbo horse were ono and that you were boliiR wafted through spate without effort or IreI nm very happy but nomotlmos I nm halt nfrnld because 1 bollevo Lloyd In In love with mo end If ho Is think how dreadful to havo to KO back to Itostori timid merry Pinky Stnuffcr I suppoHO mamma and fluky have set tho day mat I dare say Clatulo will RO to farts to buy tho trotissonu Tho more thought of Pinky HtnuCfor make mo sick and faint What a terrible thhiR to have to pass years and years In his company I know I can never forget Lloyd Ilurko as long ail I live I wish I felt as noar to papa as you do Holon Perhaps If I only know how to tell pnpa ho would land BOIIIO way to help me Goodby for this time I eau see Lloyd couiliiR Wo are going for a long ride CJI3UTUUDH From Mrs Gates to her daughter Ger trude My Dcnr DnnghterYour sister Is Unite Illprostrated with nervousness because I took your letter from her However I always obey the dictates of duty roRardlcss of limo consequences to J any one and under tho care of your fa tImes null Dr Payne I trust she will soon recover I deslro your Immediate return to I Boston You may zuako Helens Illness ou excuse to Army Oho our kind re gards to her nud her husband and ox tend to them a cordial Invitation to visit us next winter A 11 for this person Burke you will It possible make your departure with out seeing him again HUlls Is not poss sible 1 trust your sense of decorum will suggest that you confine yourself Imply to that kind of courtesy that a lady always bestows upon a worthy person of tbo lower classes Your affec tionate mother NANCY AltAllBLLA GATES P SNo bint of this unfortunate affair must reach your brother Claude Is an Ideal gentleman It would be a great shock to hits exquisite sensibili ties to know that his sister bad held familiar converge with a hired innn I cannot linnglno bow you camo to bo so unlike limo rest of my children Helen of course Is not responsible for her pe culiarities N A Q Prom Mr Gates to his daughter Gel trudoMy Dear Little Girl Your mother Rave me her letter to frost and quite Incidentally I took the liberty of read IIIR It With Helens iwrmlsnlon I bad previously road your recent letters to herJ have never Interfered with your mothers discipline but In this case I feel called upon to snake a few remarks Klrxt you neednt como home until you choose North Platte ranch Is a healthful place and you seem to bo gaining strength and much else that s- oC grout value Second If you care for this Mr Burke and he auks you to become his wife say Yes and count on my bless IIIR and n substantial dowry It will be- n refreshing change to have a real man to cell son At present I have none el- I ther by birth or acquisition Third there are no clauses In this country Each man Is what he makes himself My grandmother was a Iturko and an Irishwoman and Ive always been proud of tho name and the ances try Lastly your father Is very glad ho tins kept near enough to one Uautlijcr to learn how to help the other Your admiring fattier JAMBS BURKE GATES N lt1t my son Claude anti out Pole Stauirers silly grandson are types of Ideal gentlemen I would rothor you would marry a hired nun J II OM Telegram to James Iturkc lutes Have followed your ml vice Door lovo to lichen OHUTItUDE Our lien liffK Time efflcaey of ours cows milk In brliiRlnR up bWos has become an us whoIa but that the principle has a wider ap plication Is a new thought A young architect lu one of the large titles lane a little son to whom bo Is naturelb devoted The child Is rather delicate and hula father Is desirous of nurturing him aeeordluR to the most apttroml methods The little mans aptHrilte bee to be tempted In every dl recttoH but one HRRS he delights In awl gladly awoptn ono at each meal The tether was born on n farm and Is Inclined to be suspicious of any eggs found within city limits but not long ago he discovered what seemed to him an honest markotiuan Omen you furnish me with fresh e Y he demanded rYos the answer Perfectly Crush r Perfectly Laid the same day Well sold the man doubtfully we could guarantee a small quantity that way They must IKJ perfectly fresh re capitulated the fond father They must be three In number They must be laid tho day they are left at my door and they must be one liens eggs They Took a Walk An amusing anecdote Is told of Louts XVIII of 1rnnce This Inoffensive monarch took breakfast one morning then his ministers canted upon him Well said tho king how are the public affairs t Getting along very nicely sire spud tho inI nln tors luau In that case said tho king I think I will go and take a walk Noxt morning after breakfast tbo ministers called again Well how do tho public affairs Ret on today asked time king Very badly Indeed sire said tho ministers Hum exclaimed the king In flint case I think I will go and take a walkNext day no ministers called on the kingWhat has become of my ministry sold the king after breakfast Sire said the palace functionary who was In attendance parliament hue turned out tho ministry Alit said tho king Then Its they Who have taken a walk this time ell The Itrmt Tramway Tramways as their uanio Implies were originally node of pieces of wool laid In line as n track for wheels and had been used from very early times lu collieries and quarries The earliest recorded use of Iron was when a platcway was laid at White haven We rend also of cast Iron rails laid In Coalbrookdalo In 1707 and of time combination of an Iron tramway with wooden sleepers In a colliery near Shetlleld owned by the Duke of Norfolk which was promptly torn up by the laborers who feared a reduction of wages when the designer John Carr had to tleo for hIs life This tramway which some have falsely derived not from tram a woolen beam or bar but from ono Benjamin Ontram hall flanges on Its outer edge and It was not until 1780 that tho flange was wisely transferred to the tlroof the wheel as we have It now London Express dI I IiIIIIiIIIItI1I1F1I1114The JENNIE IESTBR BILL Editor I 1 I 1 1 +1 1 +1 I I I H I 1 11111 I 1 I With our Farm Girls Wo have thousands of young women on our farms who represent what in highest in womanhood who have n purpose in living niul whose thoughts extend beyond thu frivoli ties of outward ndornnjont then wo find n largo mimlxir whose highest ambition consists in having n good timo Life to them is only n problem of bow to gnin social distinction tutu how to attract attention by personal appearance they become slaved to custom mid fashion and in living such a lifo they accept tho glitter of time gold They do not strive to passes thu highest attainment of true womanhood but they ntudy how to reach n place that will make them conspicuous Tboyspend hours pouring over tho latest fashion books and days in asking and altering their wearing apparel hint it tray ho just in the latest Strength and nerves are exhausted In preparing for certain functions nud HOinotimos bitter disappointment results from worryThe neat In appearance but she exists indoi ond out of outward embellishments for it is never mistaken for what it adorns DroEs was never known to conceal nn ugly temper or a frivolous stature The one that devotes her entire time mid mind to fashion is smut tho ono autlmoritybutpossesses refinement culture Dud in telligence Vain silly pride tins never won an atom of respect worth time win ring Flattery prepared for thu occa riot may IMS Bhowered but it is onln hollow mockery Our young womans ambitions should roach beyond out ward display diligently will she strive byherlive such u life for in her they will Hud a store of good practical sense and u character that inspires perma neat respect Wo are placed in the world for n lifo of usefulness not ono of idle show and it is tho vory essence of Christian duty that we should be all that is possible to IMJ farm Journal 1IIIIIIIIIH +HHlHH The School JoaN WIRT DtUSMORB Edi- torHMMllHiniMHHMIlf Problems of the District School CIIAPTEH txTut FIRST DAY If It is your first term in tho din trict you will have ninny things to learn Tho School Register loft by your predecessor will bo of much value daysbeforeget the names of tho pupils and their classification Make a list of tho classes and names in each They are probably classed according to the school readers When you are ready to begin the work of tho school all you need to say Is something like regtsterthatSecond Reader Proceed with the names and thus on through tho list All now pupils who immure never been in school before nro in tho chart class until further developments Any that are more advanced may be questiOlIS belong Lessons should now bo assigned Tho First Reader class will begin on page so and so and bo ready to recite in ton minutes tho Second Reader class on such a page and recite im- medIately after and so on through nil tho readers You will now hear the chart class tlwyhavewould like to IMJ able to read Hero youWouldwill teach you Write a wordupon tho lean ns lint or man and toll thou what it is Have u little talk about it Let thom repeat il several times and tell thorn thoy can now rend ono word Give them some little slips of paper and show thom ho sentsIt reader class Call the class in whatever way you hoe decided upon Have each ono read Make such comments as you think best and carefully assign tho next lesson tolling them when it will bo recited But just now they are to study their Number Lesson Put on tho board such combinations ns you think thoy can master and show them how to carryon tho work nt their seats- Proceed with other classes in like manner until nil have all been heard It is now timo for recess Make sonic pleasant remark about the son ilion that has just passed tell them mayhaveringsThe above are that you proved yourself master of the situation all wero quickly classified and work was begun with out delay or confusion You may be sure that every pupil who had been to school before consciously or gn efficiencyfrontjudging until the last IIi lion now made up his mind as to whether or not you understand your business and the kind of teacher are going to be You will be discussed ou time playground and hence tho importance of making a good beginning After recess you hear tho number and arithmetic classes This closes tho work of the first day We are supposing that you epent the forenoon suggestedinMake a two or three minutes talk goodiegisttingtelling them what the aims of time school are and what each ones pur pose should be Sing a verse or two of somme familiar hymn asking them all to join bid them a cordial good evening and tho first day is over A new lino of Royal worsted corsets especially adapted for tout people at C J Hansons GREEN SEAL LIQUID PAINT The paint that always satisfies It costs no more than tho other kind Its good because its pure For sale by tho Porter Drug Co DR CHAS LEWIS LOOS Dr Chas Lewis Loos oxpresident of Kentucky University preached ntI tho Parish House last Sunday morn ing nnd gave an address at tho Sunday night chapel service His ro marks at time morning service wore in answer to time question How to reach time masses mid set forth in n simple though forceful manner what ho believed to Ira the solution of this grunt question as taught in the Scrip hires He said it was tho tendency of n groat many preachers nowndays to advertise sensational topics for their sermons and of the church members to be satisfied with atten dance at the regular services of the church While this was essential it was not all that was necessary to win tho thousands who nro utterly care less of Christ and tho Gospel The Master ho said had sot the example which if followed by His disciples problomlIodown the land healing tho sick aud I giving sight to the blind and preaching the word of God in such peopleheardsaid is as careless about Christ as when He was on earth mud tho masses will only be reached when the people of God go out into the high ways mutt byways and compel them to wane in Christ thought it worth while to spend timo when fatigued in hotly talking to the woman at Jacobs well that ho might lead her into the truth In summing up his remarks ho said that the world needed tho old fashioned Gospel of the cross which was suitable for every century without any human embellishments tho people of God were called upon to go out mind win 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nnd With such n preparation naturally expect him to prosperouss prominent and lmiglm But not so with Oberlin prepared for whatever for him and when a labor among some semi people in the fifteen miles from cepted the call and for expended his strength privations und work under such only did ho labor there so cheerfully until after toil ho saw the fruits of good schools good roads and the people in a For 30 and KY S cc mOil Dr tho woro the tho on tit the lie the to IIo of thu in the ed to or were at Is by the out tho as a by tho r Co Oil tot till out more for the by tho Co I I it is t are I r +o+o+o+o+o +o+o+o+O+o+0o+o +od o+o+o +c+o +o+odo +o+o+o + t u or + 0 a Our o H It you we can o- o J US l o 2 25 W 60 oo t0 Old Stand Kj Dj 73 47C6 1- o+o+a+o +o +o+O +O+O+O +O + +O+ O +O+O + O+O +O +o +o+o+o+O +O+O If you an Oaborn got1 THE BEST Also Soil Let me send you hny ahipstulT cheap A Jr Depot Street Phone 40 condition Wo need such nowadays said Loos There jobsWohard places The services both 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tCRUTCHER EVANS Joplin Richmond Pbone Night Phone THE BEST gAt you DISC HARROWS MOWERS AND RAKES AMERICANSTEEL eomo and Good and P SETTLE discriminating Through Furniture Now and all the time in nn end loss variety to suit either rich or poo- rStoves q Organs Stoves to burn and Organs from 11500 u- pSewing Machines Drop head high arm Singers 2000 Other makes down to nothing Watch for tho spring opening of 1905 Iron Beds and call ou i R HGhrismn Opposite Welchs Phono 26 I 1 The Citizenr ir hrorrwnKKT FIMILT NzwelArT h Ulhe4 fray Thunda at BeN Kf UREA PUBLISHING CO L C Htnmin Manager- nrasclUPTIOY I JATRI tATAeLaml ASTAIICm ittu HS J rottoOc Montr srM HoneyOrder lIck Drift aetsiend- orMtttf ont two cent stamps aaeSloutsubssatrlptton fpdhlteU0Iaoot e lut w iMetr notify ni olxcribir wlihtnf TRi Cmxa Vt notify ui at r Uon of weahabn 1on paring ill- hatnats otfctnrlM Rletau y with It continued toNy ni it one olianr ehannlln your aA SJtaormnfboth old cud new add mea MlMloff amber doe to 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gives satisfaction for prices on all his work are right Lenses refitted within a few days after taking the ordor If you have any defect of vision it will pay you to look over his stock and receive correct treatment OPTICIAN Berea Ky L Cleared for Action When the body is cleared for action by Dr Kings New Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on tho cheeky the brightness of tho eyes the firmness of the flesh and muscles tho buoyancy of tho mind Try them At Porter Drug Co 25 cents Williams is better prepare ed than ever to do your WATCH GENERALjI ing and Pressing A specialty Work guaranteed 1 W A Williams Vain Street Beroa KY I Billions Bill was getting bloated And his tongue was muchly coated Patent tonics wouldnt cure him Companies would not insure him frightenedButFor BillsaIdand they believed him EARLY RISER pills relieved him EARLYRISERSHeadaclie Biliousness etc by their tonic effect on the liver They never risinglSold by Porter Drug Co i i- 1wy Jesus Prays for His Followers Sunday School Lesion lor M y 141905 Specially Piewred forThl Paper lKSSON TEXT John 1716 6 Memory Verses 20 21 neat chapters 18 end 17 UOIDEN TEXT = I pray tot there John 170- TUIEThursdnr late In the evening immediately after the lust lesso- nPLACEEither In the upper room at Je rusalem or on the way to Jethsemano Comment and Suggestive Thought V15 I pray Jesus asks just what It Is the heavenly Fathers will to Jive Not out of the world Undoubt edly the apostles wished they could dlo with Jesus but Jesus plan Is that they shall stay In this world and carryon Ills work Keep them from evil Protect or deliver them from the evil which pre vails In the world We join Jesus In this petition when we pray Lead us not In to temptation but deliver us from evil V 16 They are not of tho world When one begins to love Jesus his mo tives are no longer prompted by tho principles of this world He docs not look to this world for reward nor find his joy In worldly delights This Is because the heavenly life of Jesus has boon accepted In John IS 1826 Jesus had told what it may cost one to be In the world but not of It V 17 Sanctify them The word sanctify has several meanings One Is to make holy Jesus wishes us to grow dally more like himself But as here used the word sanctify means to consecrate to Gods servlcb Through thy troth or In the truth U Is In the atmosphere of truth that the Christian life flourishes Thy word Is truth Truth Is a word It may well be taken as including all the actual In dis tinction from the seeming or unreal It has reference here to divine revelation Truth is the mightiest forco in all the world Its power Is greater than that of kings It endurcth all things and prevails over all evils The man with truth upon his lips at all times stands as an unmovable rock In the patb of SatanV As thou has sent me Into the world on a specific mission even so have I sent them To carry on the same work by preaching the gospel caring for the poor relieving suffering and ever seeking to lead mon to God We may be disciples of Christ engaged In the tame good work that He Intrusted to His chosen twelve and by following Ills precepts make ourselves and others pappy and better as a result of our effortsV sanctify myself Jesus who was always pure and holy at the age of 12 years consecrated himself to His fathers business Luke 249 lie now consecrates himself to glorify the Father by Ills death upon the cross He does this for their sakesthat is to set them an example Jesus Spldt work in and through His disciples Through the truth Dy receiving my Spirit and by following my example and In no other way can they be truly con secratedV Neither these alone Jesus prays for more than those gathered around Him In that little room He prays for all the millions who In after years would be won to Him through their testimony through their word The method is very simple by the tes timony of the first believers others are to be won by their testimony still oth ers Acts 18 until the earth shall be full of the knowledge of the Lord as the waters cover the sea V 21 That they all may be one There Is unity between people when they have the same spirit and same pur pose Perfect unity is effected when each admits the Spirit of Jesus to rule In his heart That the world may be- lIeve When the world sees that Chris tlaus are thus one It believes that Jesus was Indeed sent by God V 22 The glory given them Jesus will share His heavenly glory with His own But more than this Is here meant The glory which Jesus has had upon earth tho glory of manifesting the divine character of exercising Ill vine love performing divine works this Is the glory he gives His disciples V 23 I In thom kbd thou in me There will be perfect union for which love Is the bond That the world loved them A second outward result of the perfect union of believers Is that the world Is thereby convinced that Goo loves mankind- V 24 Be with me where I am Un doubtedly this refers to believers being at last with Jesus In the heavenly horns where his glory shines In its fullness Glory given me The glory of leading mankind back to God V 25 The world hath not known I tbeeJ They In this world who refuse to accept Jesus are strangers to God Jesus knew God perfectly and sought to bring I others to Him V 26 Have declared Through my words my work my character Thy name The perfect expression of thy character Will declare it In future days through the Holy Spirit That love In them In order that we may more and more realize Gods love for us and that our love for him may steadily Increase Practical Points V Its Jesus has a plan for the life and work of each of us as truly as the Fath er had a mission for Jesus Phil 312 V ID By and through Jesus consecration outs can be accomplished Hob 1020 V 23 Love is the only bond strong enough to bind us eternally to God and to one another 1 John 416 V 26 Unless we declare Christs name1 that Is manifest His character it may well be doubted whether we are His disciples John 1335 tnlui1tg 3Ewxunntr hstUtl to 11jarg jfctmtti By GEORGE A SCHOFIELD Esq louse Member of Labor Committee In Mi sicliin tt Legislature i 1 1 HE American father and mother of today among the great laboring classes arc confronted not by n theory but by a conditionThe laws how decided and justly so thnt our children must have the opportunity to acquire and the privilege of en joying the blessings of at least a common school education That means that the father of n large family must not only find food and shelter for his children but that in the matter of clothing he must to the utmost of his ability so far as is permitted by the wage he earns seek to provide suitable clothing shoes etc for them to the end that when they meet their as j Jppenrlanceor her to appear in clothing that will make them either the objects of or the butt of ridicule Not only does their own pride cry tint pityIi but that of the mother or father would not if it is posftiblc to allow their children to be the target of either the laughs or the sneers of their more fortunate comrades Then it is that the American father and jnother find themselves placed in a position where the possession of large families means that strive as they will they are not able to do what they would like to do for their offspring without being pinched for the actual necessities of life While all of this has been tnic for years there is today a new condi ion springing up which it would seem will snake it harder in the future That condition is brought about by immigration I would not be understood as being oposed to immigration but that there is a class of immi rants conung into the country of late years which will make race sui ide as the president terms itt necessity rather than a matter of choke I do not think this can be successfully controverted By thus I mean the rJass of immigration that brings to our manufacturing centersileay- nly Take a trip through the tenement districts of some of our manufac turing cities and look into the room where are living from ten to 20 lien doing their own cooking sleeping on floors and dubbing together for the rent Consider for a moment thai those men are going into our workshops our mills and are employed on our public works for a wage price that enables1hem to just about live under the conditions I have de scribed Without wife or children they drag out a miserable existence What chance lots the American father with a large family in competing against those met in the labor market Is it such a chance that he can look forward with pleasure to more mouths to feed It has been said that immigrants such as I have mentioned become Americanized in a few years and then demand a better wage That has been so in the case of the immigrants from a number of countries but apital has met the improvement by bringing in a new lot to all the places of those who will no longer be the white slaves X short time ago readthat at a meeting of the men interested in the cotton fields of the south the stave en was male that the time had rojuc when even in Upit section of low wages long hours and child labor capital felt that cheaper labor was demanded and it was suggested that the Asiatic races the dread yellow peril1 should be brought to our country In the face of these conditions can anyone doubt that there are economic obstacles to large families wIlt utfrl 1atl5- as tt Drib ffmiuu Dy SETH LOW Prominent Educator and Former Mayor i New York City I One often hears It said The future belongs to the United States bwhich is Is probably means that no other power liar so large a margin for growth ht respect both to Isopiiln1 tion andresources Front the beginning the United Status hove beat a world power In the sense that they have profoundly affected the movements of thought anti of action outside of themselves Its reaction upon the political thought and institutions of Europe has been important and great Thus far the attention of the Untied States has been largely given up to internal development Within the last few years they have bect compelled to contemplate their relations to the rest of the world front a new point of view Int of the first fruils of the new outlook is the Panama canal The United States stand for the open door in tn far east with an emphasis that has already been greatly influential The arc likely to stand for that idea as earnestly and persistently as may hi necessary If then it be true that the future belongs to the United States it is fortunate for mankind that the United States is not in essence a war like nation Hoth its political system and its essential spirit are friendly to peace Because its international interests are so largely commer cial its influence everywhere must be for peace for commerce is a lover of pence and not of war The United States however have been and arc and may hope to remain an Immense force among the nations of the earth taking for individual freedom larger civil rights and freedom of opportunity Such a country as awprld power nary make mistakes but its influence at large cannot but be elevating and the more so became its policies represent the free action of the largest bodyof free men on the face of the globe larriuttiuw tug Utttllvnx u OIril1tt By DR M R LEVERSON Leader of AntlVacclnitlonltt Smallpox is the easiest and mildest of diseases It is 110 contagious and occurs only when a long illness has prevailed internally It is not con tracted from sources out side the body but is the external evidence ofan internal condition When smallpox epidemics arc extensive the general death rate is low Thus smallpox is of great benefit to humanity The generalsuperstition that it is a dread disease is wrong It is also ut ter folly to believe it contagious and that ono attack in most cases makes the patient immune from a second On the other hand I have proven that a person who has at one time had smallpox is 63 13 per cent more liable to catch it again than others To inoculate the body of babes with A fUtJrdisdase from the cow is a crime MANY SHAYS COMING AAE DRIVEN TO AMERICA BY UNTOWARD CONDITIONS I dumber of Arrivals During Last Year 230000 Among Them Rep resentatives of Many Classes sCharltlcs published In a recant number results of a detailed study UnlltdIwhich it has reached some 230000 Slavs came over last year popular Ignorance on the subject Is marked states the New York Post In north ern Pennsylvania the great hordes of Jluthonlan Polish and Slovak miners Are contemptuously classed as Huns and oven the more Intelligent are ills posed to associate them with the followers of Attlla For good or Ill toIcomposite American In the flatly ar rivals at Hills Island It Is outnumbered only by the Italian and possibly by the Jewish hence It la amounting to note that the Slavs too Improve on closer acquaintance Properly Slavic Immigrants should not bo clawed as a single group They are really a congerloi of sonic 21 peoples differing In race language and frequently in religion They rends nil the way from the hlghlyelv Illseil Dohemlan almost Invariably llleiate and sklnM of labir to the Ignorant Itulhsns of Gallela econom lenity ail educationally on tie lowest plaso Practical y all re IgUms are- representedOrthodox Greek Roman Catholic Protestant and ljtheran with such eccentricities as tku Douk hobors sad regularly organised sects of Freethinkers They thus form a much more complex element then the comparatively homogeneous Italians anti the Jewsthe various elements In each of which races in the main spook the same language belong to the same religious denomination and are Inftaeneed by the same ethical kiess The largest Slavic Immigration wares from AmtrtaHungary which save m 1MM4 test year practically all the rest came from Russia whose eontrl button In 1WB was about T06W- Acoordlag to Miss Kate Holladar CtaglwrN the causes of this Immltra UOH an largely political Thus It Is almost Invariably the SNbjsct races that leave home From Knsslo Ute gamine Muscovite sfiWsra emturaUa It Is the Pole Ura Lithuanian OM Jew awl the Finn The dominant German des not abandon Austria In large cumbers It to the MOre or lies Mbjset Slav ItoumaNfoM do not oMlgnle from thvlr owe oowiitry Iloumanla Nit from Hungary Hutksn lens COBW from Ctaltet not true Uu sin Ileonomie eau too are Influ ential Aeoonllng to Ivan Ardan tile peasants of Oulleta subsist almost entirely en potatoes and asbtiage M per MIlL eat no brad for six months In the year Under those conditions a high standard of education and man ners could hardly be expected They have some traits Indeed not unlike the Asiatic hordes from which many of them are sprung They are hard drlnkwrs ready fighters though set dom quarrelsome With the exception of the Itohemlaiui and Magyars the latter of course are not Stars though loosely tro reckoned by Charities the rale of Illiteracy Is high anti the skillful trades arc sparsely represented Like the Italians the Stays come here first without their wives send home thilf savings and when work Is lack ao back themselves Also like the Italians however they are not cnntantad to remain away but soon rilllrn this tlmo with their famlllos sntl definitely establish here their homes Innocenoe of the Heron The Items Is becoming Maresreacl summer season about the marshes and lake shores said au old time hunter I remember drawing a hood on one while It was displaying Its delicacy anti elegance of attitude together with ill majesty end graceful playfulness In all Its movements that I refrained from I firing at IL The Innocence of this water fowl respecting danger Is exceptionally noticeable and when It skips In the shallow water striking at fish with IU long sharp pointed Mil It IK directed by a keen watchfulness The heron Is the roost beautiful of all the wndsrs and is itsJd to bo held sacred by the African tribes should one happen to ito killed tit in by uclodent a calf or ycung cow must bo slaughtered as an atonement N 0 TlraosDomocrat Compulsory Dangles In Sind Much stress Is laid by those dextrous of reforming marriage expenses In Slnd upon tho abolition of the Ivory bangles A set of those bangles which Is the first jf tho articles of Jewelry which must be provided by the father of the bride costs from five to ten pounds according to whether the bangles are Ivory only or Ulald with gold The bangles are fragile and easily broken and moreover be come quickly dlHcolorcdwhon they have to be discarded and now ones provided Sind Gazette Needed Season Tommy Twaddles Ma why Is it inut they aint no parties an dances au things Burin Lent Ma Twaddles Because our winter clothes are all worn out and It Isnt warm enough for our spring clothes yet Cleveland Leader Incompetent Employer to presumptuous olorfcj Aro you the loss here Id like to knowClerkNo sir but Well dont talk like a fi ol then Boston Commercial Bulletin THEY WERE RESPONSIBLE i Comrades of an Army Officer Fail to Encourage Ills Reform and He l Fills a Drunkards Grave Mrs Kvered Poole of England lias told a moving story of tho tragic laft young of apromstags aid Aflnoymmg officer of magma oottt physique tnt unfurtunatiygreatly drink found linn pelt In the ftrow of a fiuifi temperance In lag when btobrought far race as it a with bU trrr- polttonaaadr art and manf Cv resolved to ref 1 lie had the courage to take the MUM hon After that he tad BO pane am i his brother olDeers They mad in ut their mess the subject of soutr a lIt jeers considering that ho had let d- a J crack regiment by Adopting a btewhich was at times seen on the brs t of those who bad once been low moralised outcasts of society The young man abed tint fr tip8 months most manfully against tti 0 rlslon of his oocolUJ friends l u 4t last like an animal at bay h tuned round on his tormentor win any re he exclaimed for the sake of titnnu humanity stand bylltbr There wa o response Seeing tile oM urns a the lips of his compart a bi sUo ttwith desperation Here ROW a taking up a glass of lustily b 1I It down Another thrtr month pa These msn were then r UOWIBK n r comrade to his grave Ills UMH end was due to drink n1M hi with what they atUt military in r t the bawl sotsaal paysd the t11 borne on a gunman asr and wet II usual firing over f hr ave Hut a t wen thane I tii ham the VIES murd r 4 and sbrwtiit ton woe guilty t t ratb ALCOHOL A DECEIVER Passage teem Shakespeare Whir is Strikingly arts 1 1 Mrs 11 j T ut Perhaps suni u wise remrr will read 8hsfcri i i If IHiI Itn lU tbal ila ads rfsi t JIOIIIllat a man ii i tm MT n Muulh Te Dril sway h This la jun what goes It i I will wake s I Mill you pleasure 1 1101 L t ou 1111d enjoy Intr- 1Vhen we nisi n with air It Anils its way K riin arm rents the drinker r ifKig anti s pfOpeiiy No an i i t War ft i mead alcohol tor Milan t them to tn lrleiiM i llf SBt Bst Si L hr mt of exercise air nc ti that is way to be ablf to ar veil whi t brains Alfloho Is a tJO bortniH W e Il pretends to tIfto r wend n vatakes away rhsrsrtc Character la flu it r tsnipi 1 any artiste by whet 14 quality i known Tim genii fr M wai n t known by the mark spun lr Alcohol a do nothing for Ut m give m hareThen are thoutantv tr poor priMn i who have lost chars for bsaiun r made friends with ii toxinntlug dun The only way lote i rr fafUurvrmake frlsndswiDi rxini i r rrfvcd by It Usmi tuyour ri and you will fled mC rauM i II sorry that you ifand N4i QJ Advocate FACTS AND COMMENT Rum trnfllc lathe ua4e of death While you haw in you wl izetho drunkard The saloon oomst sH ur la ter on the lips of Ii it bhdrM In America laity i tjano Ilii- men nnd 8000000 mcrt In ihn ploymenia are required o boo tut aiistalnors American Issue To bo a sensible man by ami I a fool and presently a b ant U strange Hvory Inordinate cup u iiit bloused and the Ingredient is a devi Shakespeare At tie oongrosg in Bromen d ine Gorman socialistic tlemooratic par n resolution was passed pledging ilt party to be more active In coiabainn the drink ovll An English lord speaking of lie n flounce of the drink up his PIOI says I have watched the irmiiance reform movement for 60 yen and but for It England would by tbia time have been uninhabitable Bishop Berry said recently We JtqwtrameIf i money to promote the nntlsalooa cram sade This Is as true as prMcbln Christian people must learn to give as well as pray If the curse Is ever to bo removed Queer Inconsistency Men often laugh at a boy who will tug a sled for an hour to reach atsummit from which ho will slide ir a minute but ho Is n philosopher t r i man who does hard work for pit flj that ho may on baturday night tI t his coined sweat Into the till ol a a loon Reflector r IrCALF BROKEN LIKEA COLT Novelty Which Ii the Pride of a Lit f tie Maine Girl and Shows What May De Done with Animals r The boy or girl brought up on a farm In New England who docs not have any number of pot animals Is the ex ception rather than the rule With the hoya a pair of pet steers Is very pro qucnt A younpglrl In Greenwood In old Oxford county Mo has gone the boys one better and Instead of a pair of I MISS DKMA M NOVK3 RID steers has trained to harness a little heifer salt which the drives with reins and bit The training of the calf was under taken by the girl Mlts Della Noym granddaughter of the late Augustus Novae of Greenwood u veteran of the civil war when very little She has a full hatusM with bridle bit and reins and drives her hitched to a Cute little sled along the eountry roads the heifers ntmwerlng the rein ljaawell ae a wellbroken colt and turn out for team of lust own accord Thd spring Miss NOM has used the rig in gather sap In the maple sugar ircbanl thus making It utefut as well a a osree of plaetlre to her KEEP THE SHEEP TAME The Dreeder Sheuld Be Partleularly Careful During the Lamb Sea Hen to Be Gentle Till le Ute proper for the skeet brci r to took well to his flock He houid see the sheep are not hurried through narrow gates or doors and trowdal and that nothing is allowed to lnur or frighten them says the Komi and tome It to neewwary that they have plenty of exercise and nour hint fnoil If the lambs are to be large and trams and the ewes In con union 10 nourish them rill owner should be on the best of reams with his flock and they should enjoy hli coming among them this It very easy by keeping a few pets and ty kind treatment We always watch uur Hook closely after 10 weeks from iurnlng In In CUe of twins It Is et iKintinl that the owner look after them or one at least may perish If the lamb ta not strong or If the ewe refuses to own It It is host to shut her up in a rather small pen fob several days where she cannot get too far hum the lamb If she still refuses to own the lamb lie her with a short rope aro she cannot get her head around to her ride UalA roots potatoes and clover hay are abut the best feeds for milk Many lambs wore lost last year In this sea tion from ewes gutting Incunidont ex erclso through the winter and In eon sequence giving no milk Many of our neighbors who had twice as many sheep as we lied did not rates as many lambs last year We feet convlnc 7 that wo raised onethird more lambs by having our ewes tame and by looking after them carefully- PASTURAGE OF SHEEP t4Number Which May De Fed on Aore Ground Varies with Its Productiveness The Dumber of sheep that can be kept ton an acre of laud must de pend of source on the quality of the land and whether or not other farm uitnal are roaming over It It II however a matter that has been wider ly discussed In some parts of the UrlUfch Islands the bout lemurs keeji tour sheep to an acre of land when said land Is not used for the lq tur pot other ynds of animals in the western part of the United Slates on the groat ranges It Is estimated that the boat land will maintain two sheep while the poorer ranges require two and even three ncros of land per Hhcep It must however bo borne In mind that In that unit of the country the rainfall generally below 16 Inches yearWhere the land is good and the rainfall In excess of 30 Inches from two to four sheep may omlioulil be kept says the Farmers Review Some our farmers and It advisable to stodIia weedy pantiire with enough sheep to oat the weeds and brush In addition to the grass Sheep with Swelled Ears This condition is due to a disease nownas erysipelas and should bo treated by washing the oars with warm water and soap They must thou be protected by a wrapping of roll cloth kept wet with a solution of hyposul 1phite of soda or sulphate of zinc It would ho advisable to keep the sheep In a yard or pasture where there are no briars says the Midland Farmer In jury by briars Is a very frequent cause of the trouble JWLeD bcep so huttare neglected I MARKETING HONEY CROP Suggestions of Managing the Brut ness End of the Apiary So as to Make It Pay ThiN to somA especially the prodstci of only a small amount seems like a hard question But It always looked to mo like this says M H Wright In Rural lleoKeopcr That If a man war smart enough to produco a crop of any thing ho ought to bo able and smart enough to and a market for said crop As a rule parties who cant and n market are to blame themselves It lakes some hustling a good deal of correspondence and time to market a crop of honoy yourself and at a good figure Of course when you have a market established If you do tho fair thing you are pretty certain where you will sell tho next seasons crop My experience has been wholly with extracted honey as I never produced any comb and think I never will Usually as soon as 1 commence to ex tract I take out samples of honey In small vials and mall them at once to reliable arms of whom I have allat and get their best cash price f o b my station if possible Tho party pay Ing the highest price of course gets the honey Ono will not be able to sell f o b very often and not at all unless roputatlonII package clean as possible and lastI and most essential be sure your honey Is thoroughly ripened and that there Is not a doubt as to Its being sweet nnd not Just a trifle sour because one lot of snch honey will hurt your mar kot ever after It sometimes costs us quite a sum to got acquainted with the people who are in the market for honoy Tills Is very often the ease when consigning to commission men You ship them a lot of honey anti they re port so many pounds leakage and what can you do Take what you can get and scratch down a black mark after their name on your list Small consolation In that thought Of course there are reliable firms among the commission men and If any of them slwwW chance to read this I hope they will not construe a wrong meaning lint taken as a general class take Into MMtderailoB the assets of the most of the commission men and then figure out your chances of getting top mar ket price for your consignment Pretty tills Bauer tako a little lees for your crop and sell It yourself and sell it where you know you will get your pay If there It any doubt as to the ibises being reliable go to your Lank and look up their standing In Brad street If you dont find them rated goIof places to market Semi to the eonfwllouorti brewers bakers vinegar I works and medicine firms Bo sure your honey will be like wimple find BHiraiMe tt Of oeurra all these large consumer bay at wholesale andyt a wholesale prtee whteh to Home would not be satisfactory In a CMM cf that kind you will sell In small lots and packages and If your locality will per mit you ean peddle It out But when one starts Out to peddle honey MilO dually where they are not acquainted and said honey Is extracted they must have lots of grit and sticktoitivej ness or else In a few days they come to the conclusion that there Is no place like home and proceed to emigrate that way as fast as their tearyI limbs will take them In conclmlon 1 will say put up a firstclass grade of honey be sure It Is ripe and clean ad vertiM It guarantee It as represented and you will have no great trouble In getting rid of tons of honey every year at a paying price for production without the aid of the commission man f HOOK FOR CATCHING FOWLS With It Any Fowl Desired Can Ell Caught Without Alarming the Poultry Yard To catoh a fowl take a Bleee of heavy wire about four fiat long Vend a lnolc J ITUG IIKN HOOK a loop on the other aa in Illustration says Farm and Homo legII fowl wanted THE HENS AND THE BEES Grow a few sunflowers for tho poultry Now is the time to push tho Incu bators and sitting hens The more the merrier and the moro profit A variety In food must bo given our feathered friends If we would have them nil our expectations Variety tr- ono great charm of life Protect the fowls at night Do not trust the birds to take cure of themselves I There are almost no situations where prowling animals of some kind are not likely to work havoc at night Becoming 1oultry Judge A young poultry friend asks how to heroine a poultry Judge Hard knocks made roost of the good ones and boost ers made others but the boys that come up through the valley of experience are the ones that make the good ones Twentyfive to filly years In the poultry yard Is usually long enough to turn out a good one providing the student Ins a superabundance of plain common sense is able to distinguish color and his an eye for symmetry and a fair knowledge of the standard The latter comes with InIthepocketWestern Poultry Journal Betrothed nt Birth In some party of Wot Africa the girls hMo long engagements On tho day of their birth they are betrothed to a baby boy a trifle older than them selves and at the ago of 20 they are married Tho girls know of no other way S1f getting a husband and so they are qulto happy and satisfied As wives they nro patterns of obe dience nod the marriages usually turn out a success Mistaken for Foxes The purchase of foreign fox cubs from Importers of wild animals Is attended with serious dangers Wolves Jackals and such like creatures are easily mistaken In the cub stage for foxes and now and then have been sold In England as veritable children of Brer Fox This Is the true explanation of those sensa tional outbreaks of sheep worrying dur- Ing the last few yeara London Dally Mall Hospitable Custom Whon tho steamship Hamburg with tho tiorman emperor aboard anchored off Tangier the sultan of Morocco followed the oriental custom of pre senting n gilt and bargoa ono ladon with eggs two with oxen a third with owls and others with provisions rowed out to tho emperors vessel Horrible Round Eyes A Manchester England man asked a Japanese what struck him most about the European face He replied that It was the horrible round eyes A Hlndoo to whom he put the same queslon said that It was tho glimmering eyes of the European that ho noticed meaning presumably haltclosed Save Sulphur Gal- A lecturer In London In speaking of the little economies In which Europe so far leads America states that abroad most of tho sulphur gas from tho roasting of zinc ore Is saved for acid making whereas in this country It Is allowed to oscapo largely Fact About Sunlight The camera has proved that the light on a bright day is 18000 times stronger at the seashore and 6000 times stronger on tho sunny side of a street Ulan In the ordinary shaded and curtained rooms of a city homo Ancient Kings Wine Cellar Tho wino cellar of tho old Chaldean king Argastes IL has boon discoverer near Lake Van In Asia Minor It was filled with colowal earthenware ves eels some of which liars boon sent to the Berlin museum The Tots Idea Clouds were scurrying across the sky one morning and little fouryta old Margie observing them uclaimed My goodness but the angtl mako an awful lot of dust when tiny sweep Valuable Stuffing Jack In a museum This collection of stuffed animate Is said to be valued at thousands of dollars Flola It possible What ore they stuffed wIlhT New Yorker Evidence First Lady Heres an article Do Animals Think I wonder If they do Second Iady1re notleed that my husband gets off an occasional bright thing Life lllse of Japan Nothing Japanese In uninteresting now when all eyes are turned to the rising or perhaps It were Letter to say rISen power of the orient N Y Tribune rMARKET REPORT Cincinnati May CATTLB Common JS BO Q S 00 Heavy steers 5 05 4J 6 75 CALVES Extra S 76 to GOO HOQS Ch packers 5 55 dJ 5 00 Mixed packorar 5 45 fl 5 50 8HHBP Extra d 5 00 LAMBS Spring C IfI 9 60 FLOUR Spring 60 I t R 78- WHBAT No 2 red 90 C 08 No 3 red 0 88 5tfrNo4RYKiiAYChi timothy Qp12 00 POUK Clear moss 6013 5- 5iAitISteam 7 I2v9 7 SB BUTTER Ci dairy 15 4t 17 Choice creamery Q 27 APPLES Choice 2 50 11 300 POTATOHS Por bbl 1 2C Q 1 35- TOnACCO Now 5 00 13 00 Old 4 50 014 75 Chicago FLOtm Winter pat C 10 Ht 5 20 WHEAT No 2 rod 90lw W My No 3 red SG Q 9fi CORN No 2 mixed 41t ISVj OArSNo 2 mixed 296 31j UYE No 2 70 Q 73 PORK Muss 12 00 tj 12 10 LARD St cam 7 15 3 7 1714 New York FLOUR Win strta 4 BO tP 4 65 WHEAT No 2 red fl Oiy CORN No 2 mixed CO OATS No 2 mixed 34J 35 RYE WcBtern 0 81 PORKFamlly 13 12r13 C2Vj LARD Steam 7 30 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 9IiP 94V4 CORN No 2 mixed 58ye B24 CATTLE Steers 4 00 0 4 50 SHEEP No 1 3 00 Q 3 50 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red fe 95 COnN No 2 mixed 518 OATSNo Z mixed 34 PORK Mess Q1125 LARD Steam fi G GO Indianapolis WHEAT + Wo 2 rod 94 CORNNt 2 mixed 0 4- 6OATSNo2 mixed 0 3C4i thobestCOLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Call youtoT J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky uu Hot Woathor Pllos Persons aillictedwith Piles should yearHotcontribute to tho conditions which mako Piles more painful and danger ous DeWHts Witch Hazel Salvo stops tho pain draws out the soreness and cures Get the IlllIuinp bearing the name of E C Do Witt Co Sold by Porter Drug C- oTOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor h allh I am forced to close out my entire stock toquit business I have 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble and granite Tomb stones and Monuments which I willsoIl al grea ly reduced prices Hero is your opportunity to got an extra good birgain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Borea Monumental Works S McGUIRE Prop Berea Ky I Hire IDxlt In colon unlllblefnr framliiB The aayscent-a n b lUM Calendar fur II cu Ad d KATYSt Louii J Vint H ditont Statuary C nlrnd Marble Work of all kinds done in a norkinanlikri manner nt rca onable prices andwllb dtiipatoh All work gust utoed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Otmrr nl NahOd Oitllliit Strrrtt L y A Creeping Death Blood poison crepe up toward the heart causing death I E Stearns Belle Plain writes that a friend dreadfully injured his hand which poison healed the wound and saved his life Best in tho world for buiui and sorts 25o at Porter Drug Co To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the moatcomplete and up date iu this part of the State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for most prominent people of Berea and vicinity Work sent to me by mail or express will have prompt attention and charges paid one way- S G FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Kr RsfisiMpf gflnk of MjU V rnog PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACO OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largos College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for youngmen and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nnrsfng two years Normal Courses =For Teachers Three courses loading to county Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and for lifeCollege CoursesLiterary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaure ate degrees Music Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Cliristiaa education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay n small incident1 al fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction nud must blare I pay for board in advance Expenses for full term of 14 weeks maybe brought within 2950 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring tern of 11weoks52L2o Fall term opens September 14 The School is endowed by Baptists ChHutians Disciples Congregation alists Methodists 1rusbytcrians aud good people of all dunominatioua ron IsrOBJIATlON AND IT1CNDLT ADVICE ADDRESS TUB SCCRCTART WILL C GAMBLE Berca Madison County Ky tor to Madison County Roller Mills tHH iIIleI- Manufacturers Fancy Roller ROUT Corn Mcal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our OOLD DUST Roller Floor willjev hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Floure l+I+loIW4 Potts Duerson Whiles Station Ky J I to I u 0doi 9Like MONUMENTS poisoningBueklens Berea CoIege K DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT TkaSI 00 batla s 21i IImrUblrfaIMle Mimfcr 50 certs rmPAltCD ONLY AT 1H LAtOMTONV O- rE C DeWITT tSc COMPANY CHICAGO ILL nr LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May 11905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Beroa340a i- nArriveRichmond415 n m Arrive Paris f 23 a m ArrivoCinciunati750 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave BereaIaT2p in Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive Pars 330 p m Arrive Cincinnati C10 pm Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Korea 111 p m Arrive Knoxville810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Boren1217a in Arrive Knoxville 700 a in KQttllMKVT Train niinilion i end 3 retry BnftVt Iarlof rxrr an I raMlipx brtwwiiCliiitfiiiuiti nut KiMixrUlvin liolli lirwltoni Truliin iniin bm I and 4 curry rullman rrtlllmUKl eleeying- ear amt a miitn wlmeii Cln heed and Knox tIle H t dlnltllIl1J- W H BOWER Ticket Agent n DR V H HOBSON I I Dentist I I Oll lo hrh mil Ky I L Terrific Race With Death Death was factapproaching writes Ralph F TampalFla describing his fearfulrace as a result of liver trouble and heart disease which had robbed rreol 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 Electrio Bitters So won derful was their effect that in three days 1 felt like a new man and today I am tured of all my troubles Gua ranteed at Porttr Drug Co I price GOo Strictly Oenulno Most of tht pRtHUl mcdiiine teet imotiials are probably enuiuo Tho following notice rep ntly apppared in the Atchison Ran Globs Joe Tack a well known ougiieer running on the Missouri Pacific between Wichita anti Kiowa lately Hppeiire l in a big one with H picture and when he was n this ollico to day we asked him nbout it He srtys be bud terrific pains in ko stomach and thought be had cancer His druggist recommended Ko lol and hesaysitcured lliiu recommended it to others who were also cured Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cureNull stomach troulilea Just as surety as the sun shiiiPB your stomach can he brought hack to in originally pure condition and life sweetened by this tattling and truly the greatest diKPfttitut known Sold l y Porter Drug o- LOUISVILLE R ATLANTIC RY CO Time table In effect April 16 1905 PST tjAIlISP Nu I No 3- Vrrsaltlra a s I0i w G Mt in- NiihnlHuvlllo liOO a Volley View lli u ntrhnioml r 11 n M- IUi limoinl Iv L its pm e II e m Irvine 7x1 e- r Y utrDoaityvillo b x- a0ltytllle l Iii IK 11 I I Se n V nultlc 111Nr holasvillc I s 217 Vaiiiy View- Itichmnud 201 U- HllllUlOIIll I A5 81 l II Lai- lrYlie o repm 12Jti llcmtr lle 4u l01 n m- llcasiyville Jet 1111 1030 No z Gild 01 ami 1 male slow oonnecllor at NiuhoUnllla toantl lrea Lexington and CiMi natl ami nt VerMlllw lo end rora Shelby o end Ixjulnvllle Xo 6 connect at neattyviiia Jiiiictmu for Jackson Fur any further Inloriut lion addreaally lo l tKWit or 1J U 4MITIIO AgtVereallle Saved by Dynamlto Sometimes a flaming city is saved by dynamiting a space that the lire cant cross a cough hanga on so long you feel as if nothing but dynamite would cure it Z Gray or Calhoun Ga writes My wife a very aggravated cough which kept her Two physicians could not help her so she New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which eased her cough gave her sleep and finally cured her Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis and LB Grippe At Porter Drug Co price Ac and X100 gun ranteed Trial bottle free sr= 3u GREGORY Buooeoifullr sown for nearly I11III tall a century Founda4I ntPsIA CUrE 1otoa1CCeRichmond SEEDS lit CslllOiUeft Jawan4gathshtetubarawr J Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths 1 The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and rear Is known 1 everywhere throughout the world They have to gJre better satisfaction than J j other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear era expect more for their money than they tan get elsewhere i L i r We carry a full line and can insure a perfect j 1 fit Inspection Inv- itedCOYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY +H+ SItti1IIttliitIltiIHiItifiIi I 1 +1 I I I HHHH Berea and Vicinitye GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SO- URCESarri 1Dr L A Davis has Bono to Louis rifle for a few days Mr Chug Hanson is attending court at Richmond this weok Orlin II Vennor graduate of 03 is to conduct six institutes in Indiana this summer i Mr E P Fairchild foruiorly of Boren was in town for a day during the pint week Miss Graco Jones of Cincinimti is here on a two weeks visit with her sister Winifred A lottor received from Kounoth Becktoll status that he has on joyed j his years work at Hlllsdalo college very much SMrand Mrs J M Early Jr are i over the arrival ofa ton and a half pound boy on April 5 nt Pa iMrsS G Hanson returned from Cincinimti Monday noon She was accompanied by Mrs Horace B Jones nail infant sen Horace Jr A group of ladies from Richmond paid Boron a visit last Saturday They wore shown through the Indus trial plant and othor Collogo buildings President Frost loft on thonoon train Wednesday for Mt Jackson Sanatorium Indianapolis Ind whore he will remain for some time re J cuperating Secretary Gamble returned from Iris trip to Chicago on Saturday While in the city ho addressed meeting at the Moody Biblo Institute on Beren and its Work t IIiiIIFiIIt ttiIIti 1 Iev and Mrs A E Thomson ar rived homo from their southern trill on Wednesday morning They report a most inspiring convention and nemllyIMr J P Kolsey hOB accepted a position as traveling agent for a Cln nyHoKolsoy will remain lore for the presentA of friends are glad to sec Miss Douglas about again after hoi long and serious illness She loft on Wednesday for hor homo at Welling ton Ohio whore she will spend the summor Miss Della Godboy and broth or Steuben and Dr Godboy from Medi cal School at Louisville aro visitors at tho homo of Tutor and Mrs Lewi this week A progressive Hindi party was given in their honor on Tuesday evening Refreshments wore servedMr James 0 Gibson of the Thai Gibson plumbing firm of Cincinnati with two assistants arrived this week tend thoy aro now employed on the plumbing work in Ladies Hall and other College buildings Thif part of the work is to bo completed by Commencement President Frost was given n hearty greeting as ho ascended tilt platform nt the Tabernacle Sunday night This was his first appearance at chapel service since his long and painful attack of inflammatory rheu matism He conducted the devotion al exorcises anti introduced tho speaker of tho evening Dr Loos WOMAN New Cash Store C C lUIODUS Prop BEREA KENTUCKY I J J1il PRIce 300 BEREA Words by J W Dirsnioro Music by W W Wonvor Oh I CollogoIn Its the plnco to got your knowledge In Kentucky It oasemblws in tho fall With its pupils large and small And you couldnt count thom all r In Kentucky Good old Boron REFRAIN mild old Boreal I KentuckyQuito Its hostInBut they novor got a rust In Kentucky nIghtInWith IfghtIn brightestH4And lightestInProm tho hilltops fur nnd near Lads and lassies gather hero I You can ontoh tholr hearty sheer In Kentucky Rofrnln Our prosidont is the greatest KentuckyWhen ou hoar tho latest In Kuntiioky Whether in the list or West Crowds ho often bas addressed But lies always at his toast In Kentucky Our football twins a Minor In Kentucky rind our Varsity n scoror In Kentucky fullYouA letter was rqcoired from A E Percy this weak stallug that ho is now in Luflin Texas Ho had been at work loss than a week in Mil waukee when ho received telegram from n firm in Luflin tacking him n good offer to wprk for hum lIe spooks encouragingly of the work anti is plunscd with his surroundings OBITUARY Much sympathy is toll for Mr and Mrs J W Horwlon in the loss of their oldest daughter Sallio Garner aged ton years She had recovered from an attack of scarlet lever Hovoral months ago and had returned to school in Boroaw hun iho was stricken with chorra endocarditis and hor death on Monday morning tams as a roliof to hor after two weeks of in tense suffering She had early given herself to Christ and by kind words tho distribution of Sundayschool papers and other good literature in hor home community she had tonne testimony for lien Muster whom who towel It is n grout unhurt to her towel ones to know that hor life though short had turns fruit in I Christian service Tho funeral nor L 1v SHOE A SWELL BOOT for fashionable I people That our boys are playing well In Kentucky Kofrain Now you hoar our gleo club sing In Kentucky AH wo make tho welkin ring In Kentucky When our band cornea out In style oogulloYou In Kentucky Our campus is tho cleanest In Kentucky lion stately trees are greenest In Kentucky lion cloudy days the fawefit Time skits above the bluest And our sweethearts aro tho truest In Kentucky Itofmtt Our squirrels aro tho tamest In Kentucky And those versus are tho Inmost In Kentucky playhoarAnd dayInOur strongestInThoy longestIuAlpha Zeta is tho neatest ronlpleteitAnd In Kentucky Hofrnln Thou heres to old Boron In Kentucky May she have a grand ooroor In Kentucky growIow In Kentucky Refrain vices woro conducted by the Hev 0 McCully on Tuesday morning Her remains woro interred at Richmond Tho Model Schools will give their spring entertainment in tho Tuber uncle noxt Tuesday evening Iwgiii thug at 730 oclock All parsons who are interested in the work of thoso schools nro invited to lx pro soot Admission freoP- ROGRAM Prayer The School Room Kierrtw Choosing the TradesIloys 4lh mil 8th Jr OrailM Soap Merrily 1lerrtlyIanRuh male I- AtlayleStir OnuUw So w Old Olory 7th Ole I JI4elIoIUon HI AgolnDonali KilwanK rrelllnl 80n till irs er1111017 tineMw The Thirteen Origin 5oto nlesth inule I ISooJr Do not Kortre the P1sE Solo Ueonre Krmiler onus thOrsle1 Boatf The Merry Firmer iloy llh and but Grade Jr- Kxcretnc The Klmrer Genies The IliiDKr IIoIIaIth flmle II the Lrroglellon C lu11h Yule Sr 1 The Nalllr1 1luplU of Till Ovine St I Tilki on the Clod War 1 Operations In the WentIlillllp Orentmt 1107nerltatIonSeen Our Klaic7tb undo lir II VUli Kxrrriw DrillTill Orade Sr U Song tVarhiR Jlranrhwlth BIK Hh OraJw Jr Itose DrillTill and 8th OmUwi Sr alma j Wo wish to call your attention to a- very practical and interesting series of articles in tho School column under tho title Problems of tho District School They aro well worth reading and sawing HANNAS LUSTIIOFINISII Tho most IxKiutifiil finish for floors and woodwork over on tho market Seen tho finished samples at Porter Drug COH W J Tatum will soil at auction tho stock of goods of J J Azbillat the Titus storehouse May 20 1105 All persons having claims against tho estate of Simpson Gentry are notified to present this on or before tho first day of August 1005 pro perly verified SAMUEL GENTRY Adm of Simpson Gentry A now line of summer goods has arrived at C J Hansons Do not fail to see them A Charming Personality Is tho title of an address before the Boren Y W C A by Mrs Elizabeth Em breo Rogers which tho Association has just published in an attractive form Copies may bo secured from tho President Winifred Jonos for 15 cents air KKrrs terr Carr thKyrrrKrrK tKrtrrrrrtl+ lr vnrrrItrrssrrrrK- r j t- 1L h r Berea lens the largest most completera and uptodate Drug Store in Madison i County r t We arc especially wall equipped foryt the prompt filling of proscriptions Only pure and fresh drugs used We Solicit tourpatronage and assure fnir treatment y and appreciation y btsI I The PORTER DRUG CO rA TMplate where Purity it Paramount a tiPd r 5a itbi Pd sdIA r- stk Pd t Pd It AAW44 4ki14A41111 +ISI l1A4Ai1 A1 IlA A4II 4ililAllilil ilAAil44il Q 4 00000000000000000000000000-o S a i Figures and Truths i i That figures never lie when there is no linr behind them has boon proven in ages pnst Wo wont to 0 demonstrate to you that our figures on o 0- i Dry Goods Notions 0- i And Uptodate Millinery p 0- u Aro veritnblo truths and that we can supply your wants for loac money and with more satisfaction 0 than anyone elsea Wo want you when in need of a new Spring Hat Dress Goods in silks silk organdies cashmeres lawns white goods or ginghams Ladies Underwear Cor o o sots Laces Embroideries etc to come to TilE e i SHOP FOR LADIES and let us give you more o goods and bettor than you can get anywhere for the o monoy Wo carry a line of Mandell Bros samples i for shirtwaist Suits Skirts and Coats and shall be o glad to supply your needs Call and gee u- sG 0- I L Hanson Co i 0 00000000000000000000000000 Do You Feel Safe Without Fire Insurance You wouldnt miss the small amount it r 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 ACCIDENT INSURANCE RAESTATE BOUGHT SOLD and TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC we R PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK 4 fJ J I HAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE News of the Past Few Days Col looted and Presented in Condensed Form PITHY AND POINTED PARAGRAPH The RussianJapanese War In the Far Cuit and Other Interesting For eign Notes Doing of the Public Officials The diplomatic representative oC Mae ot the grvat powers olosoly con mftod with the war stale that It d nmtenlnblytrtie that President Roost vPlt la endeavoring to make peace a- at4In Ia posstbl 1he St Pewrsburi oorresponden ninflrms the report of the purchase b Kusski of tho Chilian and Argentine navlos Tho vessels ceourca from the Artoatlne republic number throe bat iltahlps and seven onilHora Adm llijostvensky has written to relatives In St Petersburg In whlol ha picture the conditions ot his use not In i hi moM glowing terms Hi ways fiiiii it Is impoeatbie for him to Hunt ih the material at hand TI ntiialns of OB Fllahugh LM w 11 to NIt near toe grave oC r n imvlt In Hollywood ceinc I irhmond Va All Isle mllltan- itMons tai ibe state and iittttlj- in I tiiraH organiailons as wet ff tale of scltool children wen In t im of 8fcII le ikn of thIIliolllon of the die Hnmi iiel se mil friendship Poi 4 rba r the L ren Ftuhuik Lee l Ihe Ciinn M ii and house unnnl mouslIlifCf MMI a cable ot oon dulef ix M Mu fondly of Geu y r T 1 111 111111 alt uddrea- r r kwla iut lo the late litII k t Iee 1111I him as a wnei 01 MIDI I ii frlind of tbe rot c r rlatinpi1 port of Nc n Inset t nidi df April Kiiow- nnyr lMt to r tii000 li g1PI- I MpofII month of laI ytar rent veh importaiNiM during tau ll1 4 t i4l upanyiuitiR fnnndon the + liu of Win iii IMinuurtiii ami nintls Kiiiioky for nlt 0- 1Itnl of xc deposits uf onyx h 1ItP H hano fuunl 111 ca MIIIrn ii iiltt from the Orl- might r 110 iiiHi protests arch b 1 fllj by FP 11 in rtl and prrKtI1u malt a monetary Japai nlc courtsi trying pl IIID4 TIMdo YtlImkk was recalv i IrI44 110 with that mill V twuup wt i miiu tonally marks rnii NM fi a fli i meting with the I 61r the r 1 IHDIU if tnwurafo0 depart r nf W ii in MatehulOU r ky Ter f aud New Hump IIIIII t the Hoffman house ar iIt to decide what action they i Hkr In coonecUon with the iniiio Life Assurance society oon I 0C i lent James W Alexander of Ihv Kiiitablo Ute AMiiranco society r nlfcfiti aa trustee of the majority stock left by Uw late Henry D Hyde In a fetter R4Mreno to President Al xaader James II Hyde and H H lUelntyre retitse to acoopt Mr Aexan dert rmlKnatkm AB V trustee of the nucalM 1I1tlQ took and announce that proceedings against Mr Aloxan der wlH be talon In tho courts for an accounting ot his administration of the trust The French cable connecting Cadiz Kpuln with Tangier proylded for by tke FrancoSpanUh convention has beep oumpiotod The oable bolongs to the trench government Tho ooiniultte of the social demo- cratiC party of Poland and Llthuniu Has issued a manifesto proclaiming a funeral strike and calling out all tne workmen Immediately In contoquenc of the recent bloodshed At New York the Indictments for conspiracy against J Morgan Smith end wlfo Nan Ptfjffrsofts sister wore quashed Capt James I Farris died at Bxool sort Springs Mo of heart dlsoaeo ut tbe age of 72 He wrs born In Wll llanuburg Ky He served through mho 11 war on the confederate side Tho jury In the case of Nnn Pattor Ron tried for the thlnl tlmo on tho charge of murdering Caosar Young In New York foiled to agree and was dU charged It Is probable Miss Patter win will bo released either on nominal ball or under her own recognizance and the Indictment eventually bo quashed The Illinois legislature passed a bill apprpprlatlns ISSOOO for thopartlclpa tlnn of tho state sad tho construction ut a building tit time Jamestown Va exposition In 1907 The PMsburg Y M C A has barred actors Frank Robinson secretary ot tho association reports the throe op plIcatloiiH for membership tle In the past two wools by actors have been rejected At Hartford Ct on tho 37th ballot rongroxinian Urandogo secured the nomination as United States senator by a vole of 120 Ho succeeds the late Senator Orvllle H Platt1IIF Thu secretary of tho Interior order r ed the withdrawal from entry of 400 000 acres uf land In tho North Yakima Washington district on account of the RiUltoa IrrlLalion nrotcct I 1 Acting Secretary rxx mls received 1 cablegram from Minister Uarrett at Panama stating that ho expected to be nbo to sail for Colombia on the 10th Instant The lower peninsula ot Michigan was swopt by a storm that caused sev era deaths by lightning and In the vl clnlty of Grand Itaplds resulted In nearly 1100000 damages to greet botiBO and poach orchards from phc nomonatly heavy hall Tho seventh session of the Internet tlonal Hallway Congress was formal opened In Washington by Vice Pros dent Charles oW Fairbanks Nearl 600 delegates were iireneitt and ever railroad of Importance In tho world Is represented Joseph H Choalo tho retiring am liaBBndor to Great Ilrltaln and Gen Horace K Porter former America ambassador to Franco wore elected to honorary membership In the New York chamber cf commerce The war department has been advised of tho death of MaJ George M Wheeler U 8 A retired In New Yorl oily Explorer Pearys arctic ship whIch has been christened Iloosevolt was seized at Portland Mo for MGOO deli by tho builders of tho hull Gon H V Boynton president ot tilo Society of tho Army ot tho Cumbo land has appointed Ion Androw 8 Hurt of Washington D C the record Ing secretary of the society to nil the term ot Col J W Steele deceased Isaac N Perry who has boon or trial charged with having sot fire to tbe Chicago Car and Locomotive Co plant at Hegowtch III to secure 4hi Insurance money on the plant was ae quilted A tornado waged uvet Central Okla boinn andjrait of Indian Territory The town of Owl I T nIne mile nartli of CoAl ate was almost destroy ed A number of people woro killed and afore than a hundred Injured At time conclusion of a meeting of- tile eenibroBirfnal meningitis oommlt tee la New York health Commission rr HHrrlngton announced that the com tnlttee had concluded that too treat meat of the disease Is a thorough sys tern of fresh air and sunshine- At Orectraroauero Russia In a col Union between troops and demonstrat lag worklngmen Otto workman wai killed and 3gworkmn and seven sol Biers were wounded Pat Crowe the alleged kidnaper ol Eddie Cuilahy eon of the mllllonaln parker of Omaha Neb and for whom arrest rewards aRKragatlug 510001 have at different tlnws been offered k- In Omaha At Lads nusslHN Poland Cossack hat a crowd tkat was singing rev oliii lonsry sonipi In front at a CatholiC rhurrh S VH persons were killed Lord Charles Deraafoni vies adml ml of tile IlrlUali navy who Is Ii Wai lilnftou for a short visit on hli way from the sovik paid his reapicli 10 Secretary ilortpn and Rr Adm Can rers chief of the naval bureau of nav gallon The MMKllad anttkwn shark bill intended to throw dlnloullto In the way of lenders of money on salary se curlUen passed the Illlnola legislature IlueineM failures In tho United States for the week ending May I number 198 agalnat 193 luslook 171 In the Hfco weok In 1901 and 175 In 1WX In a letter addressed to Acting Leo rotary Loomis from Had Nauhetm normany Secretary Hay speaks very hnpofully of his health which he says has Improved steadily while he has gained In strength It has becomo known that the foci oral grand Jury In Now York for some time past has been conducting a se cret Investigation Into certain matters concerning the American Tobacco Co and Its subsidy companies Retiring Ambassador Joseph H Choato was given a farewell dinner by tho lord mayor of London All parties classes professions and opinions from Iho gnat metropolis represented by Iho lord mayor himself to tho govern mont represented by Arthur J Bal four and the Marquis of Lansdowno together with a few of tho American community were there James B Britt of California bccamo hampton lightweight of the world when he knocked out Jaboc White of England at the close ot a magnificent 50 round battle An autopsy disclosed tho fact that lames Goldrlngs death at Vlnoennes Ind was due to a grain of com which lie swallowed a tow days before and which sprouted In the lower Intes tines Mrs Annlo Dummor of Chicago was mot ouch Instantly killed In her home- y Peter Neucn a boarder Nnuen aCtor being locked up attempted to ommlt suicide by hanging J T Logno postmaster at Shady Uroo Ala who was a few days ago Necked up JCOO short by a post ofllco nspcctor was adjudged Insane Logno was sent to the state Insane asylum Two men were fatally shot In a riot In front of tho Gnlnsboro motel Chi ago They are Charles Daly shot do ho right hand and tho abdomen and John Nonan shot through the body just above the heart Fourth Assistant Postmaster General leGraw made public b report on tho ural free doMvory service In tho country showing a total of 30382 routes in ipcratlon May 1 with 4708 petitions tor thoervlco pending Charles Krooger was killed by lighting In tho presence ot tho mombors of his family whllo standing on the porch of his house near Edwardnvlllo HI- t Jamestown N D rain and snow fell for 24 hours Thoro tvas a heavy nowfall along the Jamestown Northern branch and the two snow plows iavo been sent to help trains stalled In tho snow A party of GOO mon recruited at St Louis by a woman representing a St Louis dotoctlvo agency doparted Cor Chicago on ordor from tho Employer Teaming and the Chicago Employer associations to take the places of thl strikersSheriff Thomas E Barrett of Cool county will take active control of the strike situation In Chicago So mucl pressure has boon brought to boar up on him and Mayor Dunne by buslnos mon who believe tholr Interests to bo seriously Imperiled by tho constar rioting In the streets that the short has boon compelled to swear In a largo force of deputies and take active stop to do away with tho present disorder At Kansas City Mo an employment agency Is offering men C a day to take the places of the striking teamster and 35 cents an hour for street car mOil More rioting occurred In Chicago Several persons were seriously Injured Bottles stones tumblers and other missiles were hurled from window at passing teams driven by nonunloi drivers Several women were BOW throwing missiles Charles Arnold the actor died 11111I donly at the Savage club In whllo sitting tat a piano singing a com Ic song The protected cruiser St Louis stir rossfully launched at Philadelphia laI a sister ship ot the Milwaukee now building at San Francisco and the Charleston In course of constructor at Newport News After spandlrjg a night of terrlbl suffering clinging to the masts of Uu sunken steamer J E Mills which wont down in Lake Erie off Mldle Slate Islands Capt Lanaway and his cw of live men were landed at Amherst burg Ont- SplrlluaU8m Is to have a temple at Leroy III with an endowment 01 JHOOOO the gift of tho lato J T Crumbaugh the rich banker of Leroy whose will was probated at Bloomington The estate Is valued at more than 100000 More than 100000 worth of borrlw have rotted at the depot at ChndbUrn N C the past few days bemuse refrigerator cars have not boon furnish ed The railroad Is hauling oarload after carload of spoiled strawborrlei to the river and dumping them as gar bade A Ore netted liadana Ky and burn yri 140000 worth of property In the bnvlnoM district There was =1000C Insurance The cause Is unknown Capt N M Harris of Macon Oa has Mn selected as tho orator for the Confederate reunion In Louisville Ky The news which reached Havaan ol the approaching marring of Cap Illchnwnd P Hottson to Miss Glsetda Hull of New York was received with a grant deal of Interest by tile man Cuban frioud of the hero of the Met rimae The sultan of Turkey hat conferred im J Pltrnont Morgan the Grand Cor don of the Osmanll Order and paw ented him with a vase from the Im penal porcelain factory The exeoutorn of the estate of the late Henry W Oliver of PJUburg fil ed a partial accounting of the oetats and some figures of appalling magni tude were flashed An oetlmute of time estate basal on the personal property figures flied shows that ho was worth between 10000000 and 50000000 The board of education ot San Fran shoo has taken a determined stand ngnlntrt the admission of Chinese and Japanese pupils to schools where white children are being educated First Limit Moses U Ross of thw artillery corps stntlpnod at Ft Mon roe was drowned In tho moat at that post Ho was 27 years old Because several mon who wore plar Ing accordions and singing In front of his home would not stop when asked to do so Peter Itovollno of Williams burg N Y shot and killed Patrick Ketchwe tho leader of tho serenade There Is marked activity In the vole cano Kllauoa The flow ot lava Is In creasing and a rising In the crater gives Indications that there may bo an overflow Chief of Iollco Donahuo of Omaha personally offered a reward of 200 for thn capture of Pat Crowe wanted on H charge of highway robbery In connec ion with tho Cudahy kidnaping The Joy flue steamer Aransas waa sunk In collision with the barge Glen lower user Vineyard Haven Mass nlno miles southeast of the Pothook nip shoals lightship Ono life was lost that of Mamie Kelley The North Atlantic battleship squad ron under command of Rr Adm Roll Icy D Evans arrived In Hampton Roads after Its target practice along ho Florida coast Tho Flint Glass Workers National Union will at onco begin tho erection jf three lamp chimney factories which will give employment to the union mon thrown out ot work by tho action of tha A1cBeth Evans Chimney Co In do glaring an open shop and Installing lowing machines After a vigorous chase that led through several Atlantic coast cities Secret Service Ofllcor Land of Boston arrested three men all of San Fran cisco charged with extensive coun orfelllng operations Four Russian tropedo boat destroy ers were sighted westward of Hok taldo Piotr Kasarmlrosak who was born In Poland 114 years ago Is dead at his home In Detroit Ho had been a life long abstainer from tobacco and llq mr and has spent most of his life In hoopen air James Huntor a farmer living near Irldgman Minn put some dynamite with which he Intended to blowout iomo stumps In the kitchen stove ovon 10 thaw Shortly afterward an explosion wrecked the house and killed his ICe and two children WILL INVESTIGATE1 Mayor Dunne of Chicago Ap points a Committee Conspiracy Is Charged by Both Sides The Teamsters Strike Enters Upon Its Third WeekNo Sign of Settlement Chicago May 8Thls weok will el Thor bring an end to the teamsters strike in Chicago or else one of the worst Industrial upheavals In the history of tho city The present trouble which has lasted for two weeks ha reached a point where the buslnesi men Involved In tho difficulty appeni to have gained a decided advantage and the teamsters appear now to bin a position whore they must either yield or decide to extend the strik by calling out thousands of other workmen engaged in affiliated unions Arrangements have neon made br every business house involved In tho trouble to at least double Its force oC nonunion mon during the day It Is said that all preparations have been made to start out 1000 wagons manned by nonunion men- The Employers association throughI their chief counsel Levy Mayor an nounced that they would do everything in their power to assist tho commit tee appointed by Mayor Dunne to In vcatlgote the causes of the strike Charges of conspiracy by both sldo was the reason given by Mayor Dunne for the appointment ot the Investigat- Ing committee President Shea of the teamsters union also said that the unions would be bund ready to assls the mayors committee In every manner possible to bring to light all the fllct concerning tho difficulty IN FRENCH WATERS laps Highly Inflamed at Frances At leged Breach of Neutrality London May SA telegram Iron HongKong to a news agency glvos a dispatch which It is alleged thll Wrench authorities at Saigon refuse to transmit on April 20 detailing how for ten days the Russian Pacific squadron was allowed to convert Kamran buy practically Into a Russian base freely coaling and provisioning openl under tbe direction of Prince Lleven captain of the Interned Russian cads er Diana the French admiral Do Jon qujl re being present the wholo time and until April IS making no attempl to check the breach ot neutrality Special dispatches from Toklo to tbe London morning newspapers represent that the Japanese feeling IB be cumins highly Inflamed at Frances al Iged failure to prevent ostentatious disregard for the principals ot neti trallty by the Russian Pacific squad ron The Toklo Asnhl bluntly de icribes the French assurances that they would preserve neutrality Uil falsehoods and declares that Japar would be Jmdfled In bombarding French territory and calls on the gOY ernment to take vigorous action HUNTING TRIP ENDS The President Entertained at Dinner His Late Companions Otenwood Springs Col May S President Roosevelt entertained at dinner his companions on his three weeks hunt In the Rocky mountains After the dinner he bado thorn an af fectionate farowoll and promised that all would live forever In his fondest memory At the dinner were P B Stewart of Colorado Springs Dr Al exander Lambert Guides Jake Borah John Gait Brick Wells Jack Fry and 0 M Sprague Courier Emer Chap men and Secretary Loob The dinner was served In a private dining room of the Hotel Colorado Tho guests were dressed much as they were In time mountain flannel shlrta wore the rule although the guides did djscerd tholr caps and laid away their guns Tho president and Mr Loch wore tholr frocks and Dr Lambert and Dr Stewart wore In plain business suits as they have not yet received their dross clothing- EQUITABLWS SURPLUS It Is Held For the Exclusive Benefit of Its Policy Holders New York May BJamos W Alex miler president ot the Equitable Lit 3 Assurance sodoty made public a lot ter written by him to Edward A Woods munagor of the society nt Plttsbnrg In which he assorts that thi surplus of the society Is held for tho exclusive benefit of Its policy holders and not for tho holders of the stock Mr Alexander also takes occasion In the lotter to deny the rumors that he will resign The KlowaComanche Indian Lands LawtonOkla May 8ln a speech delivered Quanah Parker Comancho chief stated that President Roosevelt assured him that i low a Commammcho pasture lands of Oklahoma would remain tho property of the Indians for nil time Anpther Cowboy Favored Lawton Olla May 8John Aber athy the Oklahoma cowboy who made a wolf catching record with resident Roosevelt In the Indian pea uro reserve has been appointed by the president as deputy United States marshal for Oklahoma SpringInflux Immigrants New York May 8All records were irokon In the number of immigrants who passed quarantine Within 12 lours 12039 foreigners arriving In iteorago were permitted to outer New York 4t FROM ALL OVERT E STATE MYSTERIOUS MURDER Man Was Shot To Death After Beln Tortured Georgetown Ky May GTortured with fire shot to death robbed of all money and valuables and then thrown from a train Is believed to have beet the fate of a man whoso body unldcn titled Is In the undertaking establishment of McMeekin Co In this city Through an examination of tho body which was found near the tracks oC the Q C road at 541 mile post haJl a mile from the Sadievltle depbyjfi this county a most atrocious murdfli has been die cpvered and a mystery developed wht h the municipal and raT road police ad well as the county off class are working hard to solve Thu Injuries on the body are cuts on the left aide of the face head and shoulder a bullet wound DfCkI right breast and severe burns thighs and lower joints of the legs and upon the tops and bottoms of the feet HIS ROLL GONE His Sweetheart Embraced Him Warm ly at the Depot Lexington Ky May 8Jas Durham has sworn out a warrant her charging Lizzie Shephard with grain larceny Durham says he had beer calling on the girl and she hall gon to tho depot to bid him goodby on laid way to Stonega Va to be gbno foi come months At the depot he says his sweetheart embraced him Hi thought It only a mark ot real aftoc tlon until a few minutes later he miss od his roll JIb says he had 90 In bills In his vest pocket with which to pay for transportation of a numbni of men to the Virginia town when tboy were going to work in the mines He had no money loft to pay for tin transportation of the men and the trip yes postponed POOLROOM RAIDED Seven Operators Captured By Flv County Policemen Louisville Ky May LA poolroon just outsldo tho cjty limits said to be controlled by Henry W Ehmhoff was raided by five county policemen am seven operators were arrested None of time spectators were molested An othor poolroom 20 yards distant sold to be controlled by Ed Alvey was not entered After the officers departed the poolroom resumed operations No gambling on the pontes Is now golnj on within the city limits APPOINTED BY BECKHAM Commissioners For the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley Frankfort Ky May 6Gov Ieck ham has appointed the following con missioners for the confederate home at Pewee Valley For terms of six years eacn Lelan Hathaway of Westchester LH Blew ton of Danville Ben D Terry of Cadiz W N Bumpus of Owensboro and A L Manned of Boston All of these have served one term as commissioner except Bumpus who succeeds J H Bozarth of Oweusboro FOUGHT OVER A WOMAN In a Difficulty Paul Campbell Killed William Coffman Mndlsonville Ky May 8ln a dif ficulty between Paul Campbell and Wm Coffman of the northern part ot the county Coffman was shot und In stantly killed The trouble Is said to have been brought about by a woman They were neighbor boys and were highly respected in the cammunlty In which they lived Campbell made his escape New Bank Opened Mt Sterling Ky May 6tThe Farm ore and Merchants bank of Metcalfe has just been opened for business at Edmonton Metcalfe county with a capital stock of 16000 and It Is the only bank In the county The officers are President J A Hamilton vice president J W Klnnalrd cashier J 11ReedNew Asylum Ward Completed Frankfort Ky May 6The pew ward at the Hopklnsvllle asylum for the Insane having been completed tho governor has directed that 16 Inmates if tho Central asylum and ten of the Eastern asylum all females be trans erred to tho Western asylum A Prominent Faciner Dead Shclbyvllle Ky May 6Thomas J Olllf a prominent farmer died at his tonne seven miles east of here He ram 63 years old and served In thn federal army during the civil war with Col 1L P Jacob Against Summer Meeting Lexington Ky May 8A petition has been handed to Stoney Montgomery president of the Memphis Jockey lob signed by a large number of turf men asking that the project to hold a long summer meeting at Bluff City be abandoned Locomotive Engineer Killed Lousville May 8 Passcnger Train No on the Louisville ell Nashville was railed on a sharp curve near lulphur Ky Tho engineer was kill ed and one passenger and four postil lerks Injured but not seriously STAY GRANTED Two Negroes Sentenced To Death Had Their Cases Appealed Lexington Ky May 6James Plea sail and John Taylor both colored were to have been hanged here but their cases having been taken to the court of appeals each was granted a stay of execution Plereall on the night of January 19 entered three rest dences here pilfered the premises attempted to assault women found un protected and shot Charles Wagoner almost to death He was arrested the following day and but for the vigilance ot the officers In getting him out oC the city might have been lynched John Taylor accompanied by his brother Ed Taylor and James Garfield Smith entered Lulgards saloon one Sunday afternoon with the remark LetVcIean out them white 7 and opened fire at the white men inside killing William Moore All ot them were tried and convicted NOTED BREEDER DEAD Joseph Warren Scott Dey Passes Away at Lexington Lexington Ky May 6Joseph Warren Scott Dey noted trotting hors breeder of this county died at St Jo s hospital from an attack of dla wW He came to this city from NoW York in 1869 and took charge of the breeding establishment of his brother Anthony fey the former Wall street broker and during his career as a breeder ho bred such horses as Phil onldes 2114 Belle Girl 222 and Call Cammlo L 221 the last named two making their records to the high wheel sulky He was also a brother to Richard Dey for many years confi dontlal agont In California to the late John W Mackay and who fills the same position now with Clarence Mack ay He was 73 years old JUDGE HARGIS TRIAL The Jury Failed To Reach An Agree ment and Were Discharged Lexington Ky May 8James liar gis the county judge of Breathitt couu ty who has been on trial for four weeks for complicity in the murder ot James Cockrill Is still a prisoner It the Fayette county jail although the jury In the case failed to reach a von dlot after deliberating for 1C hours The jury announced to Judge Parker that they had tailed to reach an agree meat aud asked to be excused from further deliberations Judge Parker questioned each juror separately and after each had said that it would be impossible to reach a verdict Judge Parker discharged thorn- ENVELOPED BY GAS Two Heroes Attempted to Prevent a Forest Fire Owlngsville Ky May 8Whlle at tempting to prevent a forest fire from escaping gas In Wolfe county oil flelds Newton Williams and Wm McKenzie were fatally burned The two men were looking over time field near Compton when they discovered the gas bad Ignited They began raking dry leaves away to prevent them from catching fire and attempted to remove tho gas plant which became disjointed throwing burning gas all over them Their clothing was burned from theli bodies and the flesh was fearfully burned Iron Furnace Bought Paducah Ky May 6 George W DIxon of Grand Rivers Ky and W C White of Cadiz Ky havo bought tho old Center furnace in Lyon coun ty and will put It Into operation at onco to manufacture charcoal iroq The furnace has not been operated since the civil war Thrown From a Horse Paducah Ky May 8Mrs H D Laughlin wife of Judge Laughlin of Chicago was probably fatally hint while hroseback riding She fell from the animal and has been unconscious most of the day They are on a vleit tit time Pines a summer resort near the city Houses Washed Away Fulton Ky May 8h severe flood hRS been experienced hero the damage staling several thousand dolars leavy rains swelled Harris ForkcreoU mad business houses on Lake street rero flooded to the depth of several set Many houses were washed from heir foundations Eighteen Years In the Penitentiary Lawrenccburg Ky May 5Theti- ny in the Anderson circuit court mere In the case of tho commonwealth ot Kentucky against Eugene Jones for the murder of Harry D Bond gave the defendant 18 years A Promising Colt Lexington Ky May 8Col Milton Young proprietor of McGrathiana studs the proud possessor of one of the most royallybred thoroughbreds In time tate this season The youngster Is a Illy full sister to the famous Eudur anco by Right To Train For W Campbell Scott Lexington Ky May 8Bernard M J Shannon formerly connected with Ihe racing establishment of G C Bon oft has signed a contract to train for V Campbell Scott secretary of the Centucky Breeders association I AGENCY EQR CANDY JOES Richmond Ky PRODUCE v CHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at top notch prices by J SI GOTT Depot Street Berea Ky r STOP Wearing those old shoes Bring them to me and I will make them look like new I am prepared to do all kinds of Shoe Repairing 4 Neatly and Promptly Shop in rear of Gamble House every after noon from 2 until 530 Your patron age U solicited L DARTER i Ce F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night dayITelephone No4 Berea Ky W M TANKERSLEY Watches Clocks and Jewelry repaired and 4 Cleaned Satisfac tion guaranteed If my work is not satisfactory I will do the work over free of charge BIQKNELL EARLYS STORE BEREA KENTUCKY Real Estate In Berea Anyone wanting to sell or buy improved or unimproved property in Berea Kycall on J P Bicknell i aa ho is in tho business I have 40 acres right in the corporation of Berea which I will sell to anyone t who wants to make money on town propertyI GREEN SEAL SPREADS It covers a greater surface satis I factorily than any other paint on the j market Try it and bo convinced For sale by Porter Drug Co FOR SALE 28 tons of nice Timothy baled bay GO cents per hundred delivered in or near Berea or 55 cents at the farm SHELBY C TUDOR Berea Ky FOR BOTH One tliscnsQ of thiiinoHS in cliildron in Hcrofuln in adults hootbloodThoiiu diswiwH tlirive on ILIIII non Fut is tliu best nuiiiiH of nvuixoming them coil lint oil nmkus tho lest Hilt laalt hiost fut anti r SCOTTSEMULSION I is the easiest and most effwlive form of cod liver oil Heres u Jlllt urn order of things that nhows why SeottH KinulHion in of HO much value in all casiH of Hcrofiilu and toiisniiiplion Afore fnt more wofeht moie uonriah 3meat thutH why Scud rOt five srulqlc SCOTT BOWNE Chemists f 409 415 Peart Strut New York S0c nl00 It u tt II AOdrHEgUd 4 4 Spring Goods WE HAVE THE NEWEST MOST COMPLETE AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS IN BEREA Spring Goods Are In DRESS GOODS MOHAIRS SERGES FRENCH MADRAS SILK MULLS t1 cSILK WAISTING GINGHAMS 1 I t ORGANDIES LAWNS PERCALES DRESS LINENS OPERA CREPEI r AND SUMMER SUITINGS OF ALL KINDS ARE FOUND HERE IN I THE LATEST STYLES i 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 II I I I II III I II I III II I I III II I HHHK 11 III Eastern Kentucky News Ha correiponJence pablhbed aleu ilfned IB fan by the writer Tilt aim ti sot for pvtUcatka but AI in evidence of good r ltb Writo plainly Lof i11 t1III I HlIII 11i1 tti+I I MADISON COUHnI May 7Mlss called home from her sistors Mrs Rich at Clay City where she has been visiting for tho past two weeks by the sudden illness of her mother Mrs Elizabeth McCollum who is thought to he some letter at this writing Adam Estridgo is closing out his household goods andwill have a sale next Tuesday selling stock and farming implements Mr Estridgo and family will start to Texas in a few daysJohn Mitchell lost a fine milch cow last weekSho had gotten a wire in her windpipe from eating baled haytIrs Margaret Renfro and children visited her mother Mrs Munsey at Brindle ridgo Saturday and SundayMrs May Guina took her baby to Dr Sandlin at Richmond Saturday who was treating the baby The baby is getting along well Misses May and Clara Bowlon were the guests ot Q B Gabbard and family and also with Mr and Mrs R H Soper last Tuesday Mrs Sam Day who has been dangerously ill is improving Mr and Mrs Dan Gabbards little daughter Onia verysickMrs Felix Estridge is improving from her rheumatism W M Asher visited his daughter Mrs Davis at Living ston Saturday and SundayQuite a number people went fishing Saturday They caught a good many fish BARE KNOB Tho Sundayschool this place is progressing nicely Several of the folks from this neighborhood attend ed church at Silver Creek Sunday to hear Bro Smith Georgo T Payne of Disputanta was in heron Saturday The click of the corn planter maybe heard now from the hills from mornings first light till the coming of night Reminds the farmers thttt Providence has smiled upon us again C J Lake has moved back to his farmMessrs Lake James Vander pool Little Robinson Jackson and Kitchen students at Berea attended Sundayschool this place Sunday John Bicknell has returned home from Ohio All of the people ever very glad indeed of his arrivaland gave him a hearty handshake Pleasant rows have been heard from Mr and Mrs Pasco They have reached Chicago and are visiting with their daughter Mrs Charles Gould Mrs John Waddlo and sou Dolt were in Beroa Saturday on business Mr and Mrs Lewis of Berea visited Mrs R L Richardson FridayA C Hart and children called on friends in Berea Sunday evening Luther Roulett accom panied by his sister Mrs Jennie Simpson made a flying trip to town SaturdayQuite a crowd of young sters were pleasantly entertained t John Daviss Saturday evening from 7 to 11 oclock ttIt J 1 J J J I ICOLLEGE HILL Evans a well is critically ill at the home of hor daughter Mrs Mary Chninlwrs in Clark county Rev Jesse Ferris of Farristowu priHiehiHl at Norris Chapel Sunday i admistered baptism to Thomas W Nolaml Lucien Keen and wif visited their daughter Mrs Be Cliennult Sunday near Norris Chapel II A Lame is busy plowing Mrs Nancy Chenault is illat her home on Ferry summit John Brock was summoned to Richmond on account of the illness of his father James DrookThe grand jury got busyshortly since and some of our hops have since realized that it is not so funny after all to violate the It is hoped that the boys will good from now on- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD May8 Mr and Mrs W If visited friends on Clear Creek SundoJall1osAtrred Guiuen went to Berea Monday on business W T Linville and Alfred GlUM visited friends on Clear Creek Sun day and report u nitro timeII Gadd went to Wildio Sunday Eli Bulluu of Conway failed to fill his regular appointment at J S Waddles Sunday Quito a number of eoplo attendedchurch at Scaffold Cutio Sunday Miss May Todd visited Miii Kstella Gadd Sunday Miss Myrtle Liuville entertained quite a number of young folks at her home Sunday Among thorn were Misses Bessie and Nora Linville Bertha and Esker Rich Reecie Todd and James Taylor Miss Estollu Gadd visited Miss May Told Saturday night Willie Williams Anglin of Dispu tanta called in Scaffold Cane Sunday We were very sorry that ho got frightened and returned homo BO curly Wo hope ho will call n soonPleas Evans of Boron tv IiToddweek for 8140mfrs John Linville is visiting her sister Mrs Win Rich this week0 T Payne was at J J Martins Sunday Mr and Mrs M B McGuiro visited relatives o Brush Creek Sunday Roy Marti- called on It T Abney and Payne Sunday evening Mrs Sara Stephens and Miss Ruttio McColIom went to Berea Saturday on business Misses Florence and Reavie Hohnn- visited Misses Annio and Mettle M Quito Sunday OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD May aCircuit court will begin at Boonevillo next Monday Wm Duff and Bigo Marshall of Wo Creek each had a log rolling Thurs day Arthur Bales is working for W B Gabbard this weekM Lucy Gabbard and May Minter of Boonevillo visited friends and rela I lives at this place lust weekGab- bard Brothers of Cow Creek are preparing to build a now storehouse which will be about 80 by 50 feet Simon cold Walter Reynolds of South Boonevillo visited relatives at this place Sunday John L Gabbart was at Boonevillo last Friday on I business Mrs Sallie Ames is very feeble at this writing Sliernmi Rowland of White Oak was lion last week buying cattle Ho pur chased six from C B Gabbard Forest fire did considerable damage in this vicinity lust week burning about 353 panels of fence for Wnltoi Thomas mid 100 panel for Price Mooro Price Moore had a fencing last Tuesday and rebuilt his fence that tho fire burnt SundayRchoo at tho mouth of Cow Creek opens every Sunday nt 2r u ISLAND CITY May STho 0 K Lumber Com pany is erecting a note barn The say they are going to quit work till crops are mndoHO A D now man is very sick at this writing Thoro will bo preaching at Union the sixth filth seventh tla of May Plowing and plantingcorn is till the talk now Jamtm Bowman is burn ing his now ground todayBorn to- P M Fro a fine boy u few days ngoTho teachers of Owslqy county ne all hunting schools for full Oak Grovo district has 120 pupils T A Becknell was in Boutlyvillo lust Saturday on business John Sizo more is clearing for A Baker to buy him n cOwW M Becknoll has two mules he wishes toltlIJ T Gentry says ho is having a fine succeas with his Sundayschool at Oak Grove Marion Smith taught a fine gun from William Hacker and ho says hi is going to hunt squirrels this fall WHEN YOU PAINT TIlE HOUSE See that tho work is done with Green Seal yotill profit by it so will the house For solo by the Porter Drug C- oKentuckyI Intelligence I THE NEW STATEHOUSE The Commission U Ready To Receive Olds For Excavating Frankfort Ky May 10 Architect Andrews of Dayton was here In con sultation with the statehoueo commis sloe and advertisements for bids for the work of excavating the fmmilntlon and basements of the new statehouse will be published Next week all the oomplotod plans and specifications win he shipped here from Dayton and bldg far the construction of the building Itself will thou be asked for DEATHnSamuel Shearer a Prominent Farmer Killed by a Train Mt Sterling Ky May 10 Samuel Shearer a prominent Madison county farmer and well known over the tola met n horrible death at Ford Clark county He was crossing the U N bridge which spans the Kentucky river when he was caught by a train Mr toliemangled IN SHORT SKIRTS Girl of 14 Who Tried It Says Marriage Is a Failure Louisville Ky May 10Nancy Ella abeth Alton at the ago of 14 says mar logo Is a failure after one years trial an akaLfor = 10 a week alimony Mrs Anon charges cruelty Sumo still wears abort skirts Struck a Mormon OwlnRBVlllo Ky May 10 While a party of Mormon preachers were hold Ing services on tho streets here they stated they could perform miracles Elders Edward Crump the county preacher took offense at this and the Ho was quickly passed Then Crump struck a Mormon but tho men were quickly separated Killed While Hunting Harrodsbunj ky May lOotis Poulter 20 was Instantly killed by the accidental discharge of a 22callbor ri fle near Bondvllle In the western part of the county Poulter and another werenout hunting when gun was charged the ball passing through Poul tors heart Institute Lighting Plant Covington Ky May 10 United States Collector George Lleberth who got an elevator for the government Improven planel1opened May 24 Best Is For Blackburn 10Poleer neat Jr was rcscntatlvo to time next legislature In the Hancock county democratic con ventlon states that he favors the reelection of Senator Blackburn to the United States senate l1Grief Caused Death Covington May 10 Taken III on the day her husband was burled May 1 Mrs Benjamin Sommers East Fourth street Is dead from congestion of tho brain caused by grief over his death Benjamin Soramors was a veteran ballplayer r Carriage Satisfaction Here I RunaboutsSurries TrapsDurable GracefulUseful hodrflnlsbcarriages invariably give thanNOWWe repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F Prop Richmond Ky Miss Lidia Isaacs nIL IxitiKlit Yilliamn outfit and I M now prepared to ilo PRESSING AND CLEAN NO Mending also neatly dune Prices reasonable House on Right Hind Side of Center St j HIGGINS PRIVATE HOUSE timid ftxlging J ENGLE OHIO OF DENTAL I Departmentof Dentistry University of CincinnatiICentral Avenue and Court Cincinnati Ohio to u u This College organized in ixlli and the GOth annual season i j bpgiua October 3nl WOO Three Kwuioim of seven month each are required for graduation This is mho first Dental College established hveutyinatructoranuireuieutHot modern dental oduCAtion 8 tilt its olmiC14 areuustrpaatwtI Opt givenForD US Dean 110 Garfield Plate Cincinoati Ohio H eooeoeoeooeoeoeooeoeoeooooeooeoeoeoeoeoeoe eo- o CINCINNATI LAW SCHOOLg Law Department of the University of CincinnatiE- stablished I33 HAS 3500 GRADUATES o New building and eqiiipmonra with sill modern convenience o o and most approved methods of iuHtruction with a splendid o o corpn of teachem e Threw rears tX UlBt leading to degree of L L B 2 The 71th year of this School opens Siptombor 20th ring o 2 For Announcements and further information mldnvui V P ROGERS ikon g o Cincinnati Law School CINCINNATI OHIO e0- oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoegeVeoeoaoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe DR Cholera Infintum Any 8owdSltCJIth ItIAIQTEETHINGOily 25c at Druggists mail 25c C J MOFFETT M D St tais Me Mothers Hesitate no longer but savo tho health and life of your child as thousands have done by giving these powdeiSt TKKTHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and ever the effects the summers heat upon teothlngeltllllrn LIVERTROUBLES HJ and Thedrord DlaekDralllht stood medicine for lIer dll c ie Itcured my oa alter be had iptnt toewltbdectonb Itliatlihkined du I UkaMU8 CAHOUNB MARTIN Jartanburr W Vfc If your liver does not act nlorly go to your drutrgiit and secure a of Tliedforda UlackDraucht and take a dose tonight This great family contip1tedbowel and causes a healthy secretion of bile 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la need and n newly friend Kavore tor May day ought to bo small Htlckplns representing a little red moving van I tG A cyclone would bo doomed to dlaap polntmuntJf It wore to ask any man with wllmu It had ever Bono business to wrlto It 11 toftlinonlul Only people who dont have to move noxt niontli can enjoy tho pleasant April weather time remit of the world It S too busy Even tho sun seems to realize that tile spring la a pleasant season 1Ull1l1t Eorg with us much longer than ho did a tow weeks ago