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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iI IIn 9- H11tti1HtIhtI v Ir BEREA PUBLISHING CO L C HINMAN Manager Kntertd al thi Pod oDlu at Bcrta All at ny eltui matt matkr 1II 11IHIiI1H1 +1 I N VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 18 1905 One dollar a year NO48 11 MONEY Money makes the money go indepomlcncoIIlItoll poiiHonwl investment You cnn ofton afford ono whero you cant tltu other Truo wealth consists in health vigor and courage domestic quint concord public liberty plenty of nil that in necessary and contempt of nil that la superfluous Fendon FROM THE WIDE WORLD Count Cnwini Iltisfllan Ambassndo to the United Status la to lw trans furred to Madrid Ho will ho suceej1 xl ut WnBhington by Baron Koran Baron dos llunohos the Itnltnn Am bafwador to tho United States in to mnko n tour of thn South with n view to recommending loontloiis fnvornbli for of Italian taunt grant Tho iintioljKilod Mayday dent castrations in St Petersburg fallen to mntarlnltKo and theru was no bloodnhed and no disturbances of II serious nature Ono or two moot lags waroattompUtdby the soofalistio loll1ontrhut thuy wuro ciutckly brok vu up UT tho CoM OkA IN OUR OWN COUNTRY t Tho tenth nnnttal mooting 6f thu Nntlonal Mauufiicturors ASIIOointtonI began Tuesdayat moro than 800 dulegatas in nt tmuliuioo Titan Vlt8 it large nilcndnncc nt tug coromonlM at Iornwt Park UfIMtrlnnForrofll errs unveiled Predictions worn nmdo in Chioagi Tumdny night dint tho tounwturs Kinks would lw wiled oft praluiblj within fortyeight hours unit curtain ly by the and of tho wouk A woman who alnimud to ho Cnr lotto widow of Maximilian has ro coutly duwppoHrml in 1ttonlfhr imjKwing on tho Italian colony ln lust city for years obtaining from lliwn many thoumud of dollars Nogntntioim for the puruhoso or VXMXX norm of oftfimrn III Northern Porkla awl Southern Am prneliualIChicago Kansas City anti Omaha rico land IB intended for oattlofocd ing purposo VltnuR4oa woro I ttl before tho Federal grand Jury in Chicago yesterday to show t datllo buyon for tho Mtaking uncurls mid ropro BoutnttvoH of eommlsmon houses herd adopted n pnictico of mooting imol marnlng anti agreeing on jirla of uutllo for tho day Tho dooldtnii of the Isthmian Cn nfil Commission to purchase its sup plies abroad id causing n growl dual of mina nurb to that dement of tin UOJlUbtiam party which is in favor of continuing tho existing high tarll prognumno and lion brought the is sue of sharply forward ns n mihject of consideration by the next Congress COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Fire nl Owpnslwro Jtcflllflod a hit of 7000 j Mnj John D Harris former Stnh Senator died nt liichmoml May 12 Ho was tho father of Mrs S II Slono of Loultwlll- uCommoncnlths tMtorney Allen of Loxington will ask the Court of- ApIPals to pal upon tho legality of Jmlgo Parkers instructions to tin jury in tho James Hargis case and nlso upon tho right to reject curtain testimony which was not allowed Civil Service CommiBsionor Green IN iu hvonHboro investigating charg es that Collector E T Franks levied nSHussmontfl on inter mil mvouiia em Ploys to aid Dr W Godfrey Hunter In tho recent Eleventh district con gressioualcontest Tile Rivers nud Harbors Committee of Congress was in Louisville Mon tiny investigating tho necessity for river improvDtncut The members woro out nl Madison nd by Louis yule business men nnd escorted horo Tho needs wore sot forth to tho best advantage ossiblc maid tho day clos ed with n banquet nt thoCountry Club In honor cf tho visitors who later loft for Cairo Tho thirtyfirst Kentucky Dorby was witnessed by ono of time largest crowds over assembled at Churchill Downs tho attendance being estimat ed nt U5000 Tho historic event was icon by Agile owned by dipt S S Brown tho Tittsburgcoal king There woro only three starters Cnpt Jim Williams colt Rams Horn win ning second plaeo The rico was rmfOvor u muddy track and thetimo was 210 4 T THE CITIZEN LITHE MAN BEHIND THE DESK President Roosevelt Finds Himself Confronted by a Stack of Official Dust I ness Washington Dispatch PANAMARAILWAY1Some united in lluylng American Ships For the Company I THE PRICES HAVE BEEN RAISED A Question liaised ng to the Use by the United States or For olfinlliiilt Vessels o Secretary Taft Bays the Vessels If Purchased Would Fly the Flag of the Nation In Which Pur chase Was Made Washington May 17 Secretary Tuft indicated to tho president that some difficulty might bo experienced In purchasing ships for tho Panama Railroad Co Already some vessels which tho directors of tho railroad had In mind bad boon found to bo sold and the prices of somo others had been raised when tho owners had discovered for whom they were wanted A question was raised as to the use substantially by the United States government of foreignbuilt vessels and what nations flag they would fly Manifestly under tho law they could not fly tho United States flag not withstanding they belonged to tho United States government without coning Into conflict with tho naviga ball laws of the country Secretary Taffftnld that the vadeals It purchaSe odL would fly tho flag of tho nation In which tho purpchaso was made and not tho stars and strips The Purchase of Supplies As to tho purchase of supplies of va rious kinds for time canal work Scores tary Taft Indicated that It was time purpose of tho commission tQ buy ev erything posslblo In the United States on which tho prices approximated the prices abroad New York May 17Plnns for tho enlargement of tho terminal and dock fncllltli at Colon and Panama and the doublo trucking and reequipment of tho road entailing an expenditure of approximately 2000000 wore npprov ed by tho board of directors of tho Panama Railroad Co at a meeting held hero It was stated unofficially by ono of tho directors present that time question of rates was discussed but that no action was taken The Treaty of Commerce Panama May ITTIlotrlllty of commerce argued upon at Washington between Mr Takahtra tIe Japanese minister and Sonar Obaldla tho Iah amnn minister will be approved by President Amador with slight modifi cation Gifts To the American University Washington May 17Dr David H Carroll of Baltimore presided at the semiannual meotlngjof tho trustees of tho American university Several recent gifts approximating about 333 000 In value were announced Death of Col Q W Clark Washington May 17Col 0 W Clark a woll known resident of Cin cinnati died suddenly hero of heart failure Col Clark was a veteran of tho civil war Ho will bo burled at Arlington Secretary Hay Improving Dad Nauheipi May 17 Secretary Hay will go to Berlin It Is aUnounc dattar ho leaves here at tho ond of another ton days treatmont Ho Is fool tag much bettor Appointed a Commissioner Washington May 17 Secrotnr Tart appointed Maj Gen Lunsfoni L Lomax of Virginia a member of the Gettysburg battlefield park commit stun to fill the vacancy cauMtl tty the death of Maj W M Robins Mrs Madden Lexington Ky May 17Mrs Atlnbo Madden wife of the noted taUAr L and breeder John R Madden arrivS hero A report which has boon circa lated hero for several days was to the effect that ovorturos had boon made to Madden to buy the Charles Losha farm on tho Winchester pike and give It to his wife as her future home where she could bo In close touch with her children and at the samo Urns not come In contact with tho master of Hamburg paoo- Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky May 17 Fortytw hhdii of burley were offered on the to bucco breaks at prices varying front Jt10 to 14 Time number of dark hhds offered was 170 and tho prices ranged from 320 to 050 The market was about tho same as last week Explosion of Acetylene Gas Newport Ky May 17By the ox plosion of an acetylene gas generator nt tho residence of oxMayor It W Nelsons residence William Gabriel engineer at the Juggins manufnctur Ing plant was Injured so badly that ho will probably logo his eyesight Ohio Will Overflow Henderson Ky May 17 Govern ment officials have notified Wharfmas tor Soapor hero that tho Ohio will overflow all the bottom lands in the Horseshoe Bond above time city Hun dreds of acres of corn have already been planted In tho bond Eight Years For Murder Owlngsvlllo Ky May l7Jns Rid die charged with the murder of Odd- S Rodgers was sentenced to eight years In the penitentiary An appeal will probably lo taken by Riddles at tornoys The Jury deliberated about 16 hours Paul Campbell Goes Free ModlBonvlIle Ky May 17Paul Campbell who shot and killed Will Coffman near Slaughtorvlllo two weeks ago In a quarrel over an old pistol was given his freedom the grand jury falling to return an Indictment against him Henry E Youtsey Still III Frankfort Ky May 17lIenry R Youtsoy the Goobel murder convict In the state penitentiary continues sorl ously thin limo prison hospital lit In suffering from an attack of sioti fc ver He Is not thought to oe critically 111 The Louisville Races Louisville Ky May 17 Georgo C Bennett ran truq to form and scored his third win out of three starts at the present meeting when ho captured time Rashford Manor stakes for twoyear olds In easy fashion A Pistol Duel Harlan Iy May 17 While resisting arrest Carlo Halt fired six shots at Marshal Cox Tho marshal returned the fire fatally wounding Hall None of Halls shots took effect on the mar hal i e NEARING THE END Indications Arc That the Team stern Strike in Chicago Will Ho Called Off PROBABLY BY END OF THE WEEK President Samuel Compere of time American Federation of Labor In Consultation With Leaders Mayor Dunne Intimated That If tho Strike Spreads It Would Be Nee ecsary For Him To Call Out the State Militia Chicago May 17Although no facts have as yet transpired to fully warrant the prediction It la asserted both by members of tho Employers asso elation and by tho conservative ele went in tho ranks of the teamsters that tho present strike will bo called oft probably within 48 hours and cer tainly by the end of tho week It Is not likely that any definite notion looking to an adjustment of tho trouble will bo taken prior to time meet ing of the national officers of the teamsters union Chief among tho causes which load to tho prediction of a settlement are the firm stands taken by Mayor Dunne when In conference with President Shoo and officials of tho local teamsters union he assured thorn that any further spread of the strike would certainly make It necessary for him to call for troops and the arrival of President Samuel Gompors of time Am oilcan Federation of Labor who reach od the olty Gompera Has Hope Although possessed of executive power in the settlement of the strike President Oompors declared that he had overt hope that Its end was not fardistantIt my Intention to come to Chicago anyway at the end of tho week said Mr Compare but after holding a conversation over the tele phono with Mr Shea decided to an ticipate my visit somewhat and come at once I certainly shall do all In my power to end the strike and I have goat hopes of success Immediately on leaving his train President Gompors went Into conference with President Shea and local of ficials of the teamsters union This conference lasted unUl a late hour Scope of Delivery Increased The Employers association and the express companies Increased their scope of delivery still further Something over 2000 wagons woro la use and business for the most part was transacted without hindrance of any kind There were a few cases of small sized rioting which were dispersed by a tow policemen who used their clubs in vigorous fashion Tho merchants nnd department stores are confident that they will bo able to extend their operations still further and have at least 2100 wagons In full service Three hundred and nety men were brought Into tho city to take places of strikers and as ninny more are ex petted SCHOOL BOYS STRIKE They Quit School In Sympathy With the Teamsters Chicago May 17At a meeting of tho board of education warrants were sworn out for eight boys who have been leaders In the recent strikes at the schools in sympathy with the strike of tho teamsters It was an flounced by tho superintendent of compulsory education that ho had definite information to time effect that tho may jority of tho strikes at tho schools had boon Instigated by hoodlums who had told tho pupils that It was their duty to refuse to attend school becauso the schools wore buying coal of tho wrong firms Tho threat of arrest of par ents whose children did not attend school had tho effect of settling three of the strikes and a normal attendance of pupils Is expected AMERICAN MUSICIANS President Joseph N Weber of Cincin nati Renomlnated Detroit Mich May 17At the session of tho annual convention of the American Federation of Musicians President Joseph N Weber of Cin cinnati and Secretary Owen Miller of St Louis and Treasurer Otto Oscen dorf also of St Louis were renoml natod by acclamation without opposi tion Other nominations were First vice president G W Fope of Colum bus William J Kerogood WashingS ton D C second vlco president P E Hayden Lynn Mass and George H Wooley of Paterson N J District oIII cora Include George Schath Cin cinnati I J Masten Cleveland G E Rogers Grand Rapids Mich for tho Fourth district Twins Drowned Mt Holly N J May 17Whlle boating on Jones Hill pond at Julius town George G and Thomas D G years old twin sons of Noah Gasklll wore drowned and their brother WU Liam nged 16 years was rescued Tho HHHMMM 1H MIMHH- I Sixteen Departments j Eight Pages I I II I II II II I I II I I I I i + d 7i bbdl73i rPoottI ml- t Mswu tUt t + 5 tACT SIIlLUsioooOJ 1 May 4 1905 f i 1 I ARE WE JUSTIFIED Perhaps wo ought to be oatisfied with present achievements But you knowthe more a man gets the more he 1 I wants This being true we are then justified in soliciting new busi c rness and especially so since we are so well equipped to handle it- t Accuracy an3 promptnesssafety rIand liberality are the marked feat re of our business j We invite you to try us I r Cashier II t t i- e + + 44 + 0oooooqa- A o r IS Look here new customer I Y s 0- o We have a new line o- fSpring o t x and Summer Goodsa ao And are prepared to offer the buyers a ooI solicit spring trade theyour on represen x oao We carry a full line of mens and ladies oo11 quality of goods for the price and our prices are always the lowest Call and see us o o 0q0 THE NEW CASH STORE 0 eCC RHODUS Pay o- oroltoStolto I oao7lo okoSloStoko51aS1o otlolto7loeo oto dltoito o This Way SinnersI A word about the flour you use OBELISK C GOLD MEDAL flour ia made by special process of aeration in time manufacture tho flour stock passing through the various machines is constantly agitated and subjected to currents of cool purifiedair This not only makes tho minuto flour particles sharp and granular but also keeps the machine system sweet and sanitary There is no possibility of dust or foreign matter iu tho Udur Time mills nro at nil times as clean and neat as a irst class restaurante You can buy this flour in bags at 70cents or in bar role at 575 at Welchs- n A PROBLEM Have you ever watched n fellow when hes working by the day Itow his feet move moro slowly when the bola is coneaway Mow hard he tries to cam his hands by using up his brains Hew the shady spots seem always to be needing special pains Non resting spells come often and how long he eats at noon flew lato he sets to working though he always quits too soonT Just watch the next one and youll find There truth In what I say For hos working by the daydayday IteeworkingbythedayHave when hes working by the job How his violent gyrations fairly make your pulses throb slew he never stops to whistle and he never stops to sing And no matter how the boys call he doesnt hear a thing How ho gives the lick and promise to the work hes set to do And you think hes scarcely started till behold the fellows through Theres no doubt the face of nature Will be marred by many a daub For hes working by tho job job Job Ices working by the Job Lillian Townsend Taylor In Succss The Iron BrigadeA Or THE POTOMAC By GEN CHARLES lUNG AtulIIU rkCla- letrktrrrt Trays Ito CoPJrlJlIl902 bj O W DlUlnibtm Co CHAPTER XXVIII- SURRENDER The fever that followed tho serious wounds received by MaJ Lounsbcrry was In Itself sufficient to end the earth ly career of even a stronger man Two days after Benton found him that fever was gone but eo was tho last atom of 1hisstrength Those two days he tossed delirium watched by one unhappy but devoted girl and that faithful old mammy and visited at such Intervals as her own falling strength would per mit by his heartbroken mother Word of his peril reached Charlottesville coon after the harp fight at Snickers Gap Early retreating force had striven to bring him along but between the torment caused him by the jolting of the ambulance and tho persistent attacks of union cavalry they bad had to leave him by jthe Mrs Lounsberry and the venerable rector of their church started within six hours of the receipt of the news by which limo all Charlottesville had heard of it and almost the first to come to the stricken mother was tho girl her son had wronged A strange meeting was that and stranger still was one but half an hour later when Rosallo Chll ton appeared and two Virginia girls who had not exchanged a word since tho first days of the war and neither of whom had been a visitor at tho Lounsberrys for many a moon burled their differences with that sorrow laden mother and set their own quar rel aside that they might be of service to her and to a soldier of the south In the hour cf such affliction More over It was Dr Chiltons old carriage with Dr Chlltons old horses and driven by Black Dan that the journey to the distant front was made This was no time to speak of the cruel things said by the Lounsberrys of Dr Chilton and Rosalie after Bentons es cape The grave had closed over tho proud Impetuous head of that now doubly bereaved household 111 for tune had followed the fathers death and much of his little estate had been sold under the hammer Small comfort Lad the handsome prodigal proved himself at that or any other time but much had ho promised as the result of his approaching marriage There had been a mem orable Interview between the mother and that wronged and trusting girl when at last Maud Pelhams forobod lags were realized There had in fact been a violent scene for Mrs Louns berry had sought to shield her son at Mauds expense But that too was all ignored now The other engage ment had been broken summarily two weeks after Yellow Tavern for one of Wado Hamptons staff sent homo wounded had told at Charleston how Floyd Pelham had struck Lounsberry end why There had been weeks in which Maud Pelham would have met Lounsberry only with scorn and con tempt but that was before his com rades sent him to Coventry and never again after news of his serious wound Though all Charlottcavlllo knew that he had been false to her she went to his mother the Instant she heard the tidings and with her on the anxious Journey that followed- It was through Sheridans lines and Hpntons help they bore him away to his last resting place when the solemn struggle was over It was at Charlottes rlllo again that Maud Pelham and Roselle met beside tho grave and that later on Jor knees her face burled It iho lap of the once Impnrlous queen a per humbled heartbroken girl sobbed out In turn her own sad story and Lounsborrys confession little dreaming that it would send still another to hel knees praying not alone tor merq for the repentant dead not alone for the rescue the safety of a beloved brother but even for heavens blest jn on an enemy to Virginia and the shared cause the soldier she had 10 cruelly wronged Hos past pray tn for bodad said the captain of the Montgomery of Denton about this timethe captain and most of his men being at homo on veteran furlough Ould Stantons got the devils own grudge agin him fur turnln up In time to spoil a hangln all on account av Ladue thats dead It was hardly a fellclUous yet surely a concise way of settling the story Winchester settled the matter for good and all Tho president shookthe other hand of the taU bearded Badger and offered him two weeks leave and a chanoi to go homo until his arm was out of the sling Benton begged In stead for a chance to see Chilton and the charges against him and that very day drove Stanton to tho verge of ap ploplcxy for when shown the fatal notebook he said he know It well and could swear it was all tho work of Paul Ladue and not that of Jack Chil ton Benton could not lift the gate of Lafayette whither poor Jack had been sent but ho shattered all chance of their lifting the prisoner at tho loop of a rope and this news too went by devious but still speedy ways to Charlottcsvllle where again on her knees by her fathers bedside with her arms about that fathers neck Ros alie Chllton thanked God for his mer cies and then found It harder than ever to begin the letter she had long meant to write to Elinor Denton even though now the sending of it might be Impossible One more ride had Denton near the Iron Brigade after long months of sep aration from them after many and many a day and night In saddle mud and rain In sleet and snow up tho Shenandoah down tho James river canal around Richmond and then amidst volleys of chaff and catcalls around the rear of the entrenched Ar my of the Potomac and out Into the dripping woods about Dlnwlddle Ono vehement relentless resistless day and night ride followed along a tormented flank and then that soft sunshiny April morning after the weeks of gloom and rain the curtaining cavalry drew aside revealing to the now hopeless eyes of the great confederate lead ROSALIE cr the barrier ranks of the Fifth corps the Iron Brigade In their midst And then the historic surrender ended while tho blue columns tramped leisure ly nortwrad past the scenes of their fiercest endeavor one command following tho line of the old Virginia Central found Itself late in April rare ling sturdily Into Gordonsvlllo long time the abiding place of grim un repentant old wardog Ewell and their veteran antagonists of Jacksons fa mous corps Some of these fellows In worn gray uniforms were al the sta tion even now two of them shaking hands with a tall staff officer In blue We hoped to have Jack hero by this time major said Winston Ills release was ordered soon as Gen Grant got back to Washington but he had to stay because ofother matters and a flush of deep embarrassment burned on the southerners check Even then they could not without grief and shame refer to the great tragedy that stilled oven the joy of dawning peace and hushed forever the voice of him who with malice toward none had never failed in boundless charity for all Jack though given his liberty found himself still in need of war department clearance papers that In ail the horror of those mid April days and the excitement of the chase for fugitives were possibly inadvertently withheld And so It happened that with other sorrowstricken Virginians he was still under detention at Washington while every nook of the river counties was being searched and that It should bo his lot to encounter still further an noy A steamer from down the Poto mac brought In three wounded men victims of a possibly avoidable affray between a searching party and certain fisher people whose huts and sheds had been too suddenly visited In the dark ness that precedes the dawn Shots had been exchanged due It was claimed to the confusion and excite ment but the tall lank woebegone civilian who guided the party and got three serious wounds as his share of tho casualties swore he had been singled out for vengeanco because he had been tho means of breaking up more than ono wellplanned escape of confederate prisoners It was Jennings and Jennings before breathing his last wished to see Capt Chilton who swal lowed his repugnance and went for In commons with most of his people ho believed the stricken man a twofaced spy and tho seller of Information which he probably was yet hoped to play his game to the last and Induce Chllton now to believe it was the dead and defenseless Lounsberry that threw tho cavalry on Laduo that night below MathiasIt southern lead however that ended Jennlniiss career and he at least had ho lived could never have sot foot again nn Virginia soil These things they told Fred Benton that soft April evening on the way up to Charlottesville as toe sun was sinking behind the raggtd mountains and tho Rlanna bank full came rush Ins and foaming down from the beautiful Blue Ridge They led him from the wreck of a railway through bowercd streets to the gate of an old Virginia homestead where leafy trees clung thick and protecting about the columned portico and thq widespread ing eaves There these two wartrained young cavaliers still wearing their uniforms of gray Mt him for a brief hour and went their way to answer many a question doubtless from tho lips ol loved ones not so entirely ab sorbed In their own bliss as to feel no Interest In tho possibilities of an other affair Every girl in Charlottes yule had at least one lover In tho war Some had many moro than one Some alas had lost the only one Was It like that Queen Rosalie should care for none Queen Rosalie she was again In the hearts of many of her old co terie but imperious wilful domineer ing no longer changed to one and all as all could see- The trees and shrubbery were ringing with a riot of melody as Denton softly closed the gate behind him and stood a moment waiting for tta heart to cease the violence of Its throbbing Blue birds wrens and orioles were piping In final frolic before the close of day The hedge rows and the lofty boughs alike seemed thrilling with life and ecstasy and song Only the old white mansion wad still The broad doorway to the lower han stood Invit ingly open An easy chair cushioned stood close beside It and other chairs with a footstool or hassock an old gray traveling shawl and a book or two were scattered about A venerable horse wheezy and sedate was cropping the grass and switching at gnats under the blossoming fruit trees on the south ward side The locusts drooped over the old fence along the cross street where that feathered drab felt hat first caught Bentons weary eyes But on this lovely breathless evening no human form appeared no human voice was heard In concert with the vesper hymn of the myriad songsters of the air Purposely had Benton given no hint of his coming Indeed to whom should he send word Why should be send to any one Why Indeed should he have come at all Three years before this very month he had escaped In tho darkness of mid night from these surroundings and It was Rosallo who pointed the way Two years before this very month she had driven him forth from her presence or turned from him In a fury of disdain with Insult on her lips with wrath and contempt In her flashing eyes Surely encouragement ho had none yet the moment military duty would permit here again he stood the knight the champion tho lover she had spurned and never again even by faintest sign had summoned lie wished her not to know of his anlldeeplythrow to the winds their every chance In coming heralded for the fondest wo man given tlmo and warning Is a consummate dissembler Tho warmest heart will coat Itself with Ice Impenetrable No he meant to take her by surprise as completely as Gordons fellows had amazed the men of the Eighth corps that dark dawn under the shad ows of old Massanutten and only to Winston at Richmond had he spoken of the possibility of his stopping over n day at Cbarlottesvllle Half a dozen girls however knew of the presence of the Invader before Rosalie Chilton but none learned it In just such a way A few minutes Denton stood there In silent reconnaissance lie might have seized the oldfashioned brass knocker at the door and brought somebody In answer to tho summons but that would have spoiled the surprise lie bethought him of that old arbor In the garden and wondered if he could pass the windows and the kitchen without attracting notice Then looking about him and drawing closer to the shelter of the vineshaded portico he saw that the placidly grazing horse had uplifted his venerable head and with ears on end was regarding evidently some approaching object thtn with low and welcoming whlnney moved slowly through the fruit trees as though to meet some one ittlll beyond tho field of the soldiers vision Then It was that Benton for the first time realized that this was old Pyramus the horse that three years before had safely borne him through the woods and byroads to the mountain cabin thence on to the gaps of the Blue ridge on from Rlvanna to the Rapldan and again to Bucklands and tho final rescue north of Brlstoe only to be turned loose and abandoned to the pur suing graycoats when poor Hector sank exhausted crippled and begging not to be left to the vengeance of the foe Pelhams friends must have restored the old horse to his owners yet now tho veteran was being made at homo here at the Chlltons HOw came that Fred would have gone instantly to renew acquaintance and reward his old fourfooted friend with caress and praise but someone else was crossing the lawn with a white hand extended palm uppermost before her some one in while dimity though Benton didnt know It from damask and cared noth ing what ft was save that the waist at least clung to the queenly form he was EO thrilled to see The volumin ous skirt wai doing its best to balloon without the old of a skeleton for crinoline being tho height of fashion was contraband of war scarce In the south as cinchona but these were details of which Denton took no note There had berg a tlmo when he fully Intended that not so much for what she had said Itt her wrath as for what she must have believed of him this proud Imperious wilful girl flhouldbe made to feel that he too could rebuke Irit ixt sight of her and the weariness and lassitude with which she moved all this seemed vanished Into the air All that 21Q now tawbeardfelt knew was that It was she Rosalie who only halt a dozen rods away lovely as ever In hor dark beauty yet pathetically changed had thrown one arm about that scrownygrlzzlodcqulne neck and stood softly stroking the lean old head softly murmuring to tho unheeding ear and nestling the warm velvet of her cheek upon that unre sponsive jowl nil that sweetness thrown away upon a superannuated stead that Ignoring sweets Incompar able nuzzled about her rounded neck and arms In quest of lump sugar long since n forgotten luxury Rosalies back was toward tho Intruder In blue as no longer hesitant ho went strid- Ing under the trees until almost with in arms length of her Pyramus the while regarding him with mute and placid curiosity with neither hope nor fear And here tho soldier stood and looked on hungrily a moment at priceless caresses for any touch of which ho could almost sell his soul and his toning to low murmurous words of tenderness and affection that lavished on him would have turned grief or suf fering to instant ecstasy The sight thrilled him even while It fired his soul with envious greed And then and then came further murmured words at sound of which his heart stormed at Its heaving bars and fairly leaped In mad delight and passionate rejolceful love Gracious heaven could he believe his senses Dear old fellow dear old fellow Did anybody think Id let him be sold to strangers after all hed done for me and mine Good old Pyramusl Good old boy And all this with petting patting hands with that sort cheek still nestled against tho long brown bony muzzle Hed do It all over again wouldnt hoT Hed bring him backback to meIt onlyJ hadnttoAnd then both white arms were clasped about that preposterous neck and the dark tresses of the girl were bowed against and mingled with the grizzled tangled mane of her one confidant The lovely face was hidden from the worshipping eyes of blue bul only for an Ihstant In daring and de light and overmastering love with caution thrown to the winds and pride and resolution totally forgotten Ben ton sprang forward one low cry of Rosalie on his lips seized tore loose the clasp of the clinging arms and despite amaze and struggle and breathless protest just as on that won drous night at the old stone house he strained the slender panting swaying form to his breast and just as he did not then do rained kiss alter kiss on the velvet of that flushed tearwet astonished check yes dared even la his strength and glory and delight to turn the now furiously resisting head upon his breast until the wild dilated eyes were staring Into his until the rosy panting mouth was so clone to his quivering lips that denial seemed utterly In vain then down he swooped upon the prize But with one superb supreme effort she tore herself from his embrace stood ono Instant pant Ing speechless with hands uplifted against him waving him back with eyes that flashed and commanded and refused to melt even at sight of the passion and pleading and bewilder meat In faceTo Continued CAPERING TOO JOYOUSLY Ye Oertrrouitlit Scribe Crnckefh file heel Unto III Own UndoI our A friend of mine an overworked editor said Senator Depew took last summer his first vacation in 17 years He went to a rugged New England district a quaint village that nestled at the foot of great mountains on the store of a deep lake He arrived on a bright fine morn tog antt so greatly was he pleased with the grandeur of the scenery and with the pure and perfumed air that setting out for a little exercise he soon found himself leaping fences running sIng- Ing and dancing through the country like a child- Suddenly as ho skipped around a curve ot a quiet road a hand was laid on his shoulder and a stern angry face looked Into his Come with me to the station house a harsh voice said Why what forT said tho amazed editor I am the town constable said tht other and for the last half hour Ive been watchln ye Jumpln over the fences an nlngln an dancln No sano man would act so an Im goln to lock ye up for an escaped lunatic Ilrntr of Kxcllement The man from New England allowed his glance to wander over the native of Dakota as they both stood on the narrow platform of the Gritty Plains sta tier See a good many quccrlooklna folks round here dont you the man from New England inquired jerking his thumb toward the landscape behind the station The native of Da kota had presumably not seen the jerk as his eyes were bent on the ground I reckon we do ho said with great deliberation You take a place like this where theres two trains a day tram the east and we can get our moneys worth o fun when ever weve got time to stand gaping roundYouths Companion Jill Well ICnoirn Name An English manufacturer just returned from n trip in Scotland relates an amusing Incident which occurred during his trip In a remote village In the lowlands he came across an In habitant of such venerable appearance that he stopped to chat with him By the way what Jo your name Inquired tho traveler Robert Burns was the answer Dear me thats a very wellknown name Nae doot It Is mon Ive been blacksmith in this village for nigh on CO years Kanrai City Independent MERCURY AND WATER Some Interesting Experiments Which May Be Performed with the Help of Glass Tubes Get a number of glass tubes varying In size from a quarter of an Inch In diameter to the slim thermometer tube Thrust Into water and see tho re shownsuit as In the accompanying pic ture The water will rise higher In the smaller tubes than In the larger and It will bo higher at the sides of the tube than In the middle This Is duo to tho pressure of the air on the surface of the water and to what Is known as capillary attraction this last causing tho water to rise on the sides of the tube Now thrust the tubes Into mercury and an exactly opposite effect Is pro duced as shown In the darker picture for the mercury will have a lower level I DIAGRAMS OP TIIK KXIEKIMKNTB Inside the tubes than ouUlde sad as It has a tendency to slip away from the glass surface rather than to cling to It there Is no capillary attraction and It falls downward at the ekes awl curves upward In the center Betide It will rise higher In tho larger tvbee than In the smaller ones A similar experiment says the Chi cago Inter Ocean may be made with two flat pieces of slaM plated together like a wedge and held so by a broad rubber band a piece of wood being placed at the top and the bottom of the open part as shown In the Illustra lion Now dip this wedge into water and you will find that the water will rise higher where the pieces of glass come together than at the open part thus making a curved surface Dip It Into mercury and the curve will be reversed the mercury having a lower level where the pieces of glass come together A RABBIT TRAP Simple Contrivance with Which Manya Bunny May Be Caught by the Country Lad Those who like to catch rabbits will find the trap here shown a very useful one says Farm and Home Get a 6Inch board 1 Inch thick andJ cut four places 2 feet long Nail them together which leaves nn open Ing through tho trap about 4Hx6 Inches Cut another piece 8 Inches long and nail on the back of the trap closing the opening tightly Bore a Viinch hole through top board of trap 8 Inches from rear end for the trigger Cut a piece of board 10 inches long for the door and bore a small hole through the center about 1 inch from top for tho spring which fastens door to crossplpcc This crosspiece Is x2x 18 Inches and has a notch cut at each end for string Bore a Inch hole through tho crosspiece C 13 Inches from the end Cut two pieces of lath 16 Inches long nnd bore a tinch hole about 1 Inch from top end of each Nan one on each side of the trap as shown In the cut 6 13 Inches In front of trigger holeTho door should slide easily Now get tt iilnch bolt or a piece of No 18 wire and run through holes in cross piece and upright Attach the strings to door and trigger and the trap Is complete Tho trigger should not be over 01 Inch In diameter and about 8 Inches long leaving about 5 Inches Inside tho trflp Cut a notch la trig ger 2 Inches from the top end about tvtnthlrds way through to that It will catch on Inside of trap The trap does not require baiting as rabbits go In as well without The New Interpretation Bill Collector The firm Inslsto on an Immediate settlement of this ac count Ardup Immediate All right Ill pay It somo timeIn the next ton years Chicago Tribune I TO GROW MAGIC FLOWERS Directions for the Amateur Wizard Whereby He May Perform the Trick First construct of stiff pasteboard thoLthree telescopic cylindrical boxes In Fig 1 The taxes marked A and It have list tops but the largest box Chas a round dome After completing the boxes fix a small bouquet ot artificial flowers upright to the Hat top of tha box pnrked B flbela wi to the eat It hareIco lenco This Is all the preparation non essary for the growth of the bouquets says tho Peoples Home Journal but you can surprise tho audience with an other flower trick asart of a curtain raiser before introdualbg this trick which li the principal one The other trick which we will call the buttonhole trick la prepared Inrthe following manner Procure an artU Ibis ruse made of muslin Tie to the stem a utmnic black thread six Inchu long Tie to tho loose end of the thread a strong rubber cord which must be elastic enough to stretch to double Ikt length It necessary i Insert the loose end of tho rubber cord i through the left buttonhole of the coat It would be much better to perform the trick In an old coat because you wlUIhave to cut a very small hole through It directly under the buttonhole Having Inserted the free end of tho rubber cord through the buttonhole and then through the eyelet pass It over the cheat under your coat and behind the back where you must fasten the end of It securely to one of the righthand but tone of the waistband of the trousers You appear before the audience ear ulna the little box A In ORe hand and j the largest lax Oi In Ute other That box 0 with the bouIquet HaDdtae upon 1wlUllnami you keep the Is rfeible box r l 0 IIIIslIppiBK out of C pressing In the pMUboant stdM ot- C You annoiiM that you are pro pared to grow all kinds of beautiful I powers iMtanUBeonely Now pretend to look yourself over and then exclaim +I f What Not the accustomed rose In my buttonhole Then touch one oCIthe boxes lightly with your wand whtate wits on the table point the wand In A direction away from you looking earn eUr In that direction This serves to attract tho spectator attention from you for an Instant In that Instant you cry out Lot here be a rote And behold there It one In your buttonhole II U the rose that was attached to the s rubber cord The secret of tla sudden appearance li very staple Wh u you came before the audience you carried the rose under your left arm pit holding It there by a alight pressure of your arm The rose was released In the listanfe when the eyes of the audience went turned away from you and being held taut by means of the stretched rubber ucder your coat sprang Instantly Into place leaving startled the onlookers by this trick you are now ready to show what your wonderful boxes are capable Of doingPoint to the little box stating thatUu It contain the ma Klc flower seeds which will Instantly grow Into the most whenr I derful process Then place thelargest lox 0 and the Invisible box Doer the little box A In the position shown III Fig 2 of the Illustration Now remove tho box C and there in a lovely bouquet growing right outof the small box This Is the explanation Grasp the box C firmly belwowen tho thumb and forefinger pressing tho pasteboard just hard enough to prevent the Inner box n with the flowers from slipping out Of course when you cover the little box A the flower box B slips over the top of A When the largest box C Is removed relieve the pressure of your fin gers which will result In leaving the flower box D over the little box Aln plain view of the spectators who will be entirely mystified never guessing that they see another box as the two boxes are almost exactly tho same size A FELLOWS MOTHER A fellows mother said Fred the wise With his rosy cheeks and his merry eyes Knows what to do If a fellow gets By a thump or a bruise or a tall In hurtIA fellows mother has bags and Rags and buttons and lots of things stopTofile does not carnet much I mean If a fellows face Is not always clean i And If JOKT trousers are torn at the kneebShe can put in a patch that youd manuttrueShelldo J wiseWithdayAJunior Post ExprjM r+ t r kaGRACES CAPTURED- yl JAMES HAKHIGAN Cwri 1901 br T C tta x Clyde riilllllM uiuptloil his revolver nt Ills pursuurs rout tore mnilly down the road Inwntly lio reined In lib IIIIFKO n ml turned to look Into the twin barrels of a KIORUII Further flloiitf Ilio nun was a decided Iy pretty face which boro n look of stern lolcniilniitlon lustlifctlvuly his wont tip IlhnllllftntI letter nnld n girlish voice throw tliofte Rims Into the rood U thin ho asked laughingly u haliltijiT You ought to know Mm sold terse- lyt You started It Drop those guns juUklvrtontly you nro n volunteer ho saki rnslly You dont hnro to play the gamp like that Those KUUH of mine are only loaded with Itlnnkn The girl IniiKtifd ncornfully Hut you dropped thou poor men out of Hie saddle nhw mid inmiiliiRly You throw thos guns down or Ill 011 you fall of buckshot W JIb a laugh ho towed the ptatol In to Use toad The girl role up and with the rope nt her Saddle bow bound lite hnmlft together bringing the annn down Then demounting Rile utilized the nit of Urn role to hind tits feet to tetlier uiuler the lioniuii boit- yIxJ ieren said Phillips unoailly tillttho pafnoN up she an nwcrod I MW your dcwrlptlou In the count papers two weeks ago Tliorou u rcwimi of 10000 up for you Vtio tin you mbukeino forT lie ankod auxiounly There b no rewnrd olTortHl for me nod If you think to hokl J J me fcr rnumjin you sake a grlevou orr rTJier no tntatabe atlas wUd fihort holdupi 4 rvwtml amt your ilwcrtytfcHi and now x I Just MW you tumble three deputies 1Y Into the road I watched a elm net to I Kt In lllMlrCJU Whet dfcl jnHi stop eo Mttddenly fur I was going bock he explained Im the head of n motion picture ox ml It km tPa Art down here taking a WHAT is Tone HE ASKED A noLDorr series of ptetures of the holdup of the l puyinnstora train by Belle 11111 last i lrrnh I van ploylug the dcspermlo M escaping Inn tho itosso sent to rap taro liltn As soon OH I was out of i rouge I started to go back to tho party und found you 1 Quito a aurprtee wasnt IU c It wens ho admitted frankly but iT Hi BOtntlhlng that can be easily ox 1 nlutncd It you will Just tend me Lack to the party It will all turn out right J j With scorn playing about a decidedly pretty mouth Mho remounted her own horse and catching tho bridle of his turned the horses heads down the road Phillips tried to argue but to all en treaties she was dent nod flnnlly ho it kept silence and lot her loud hint along 4 tho dusty troll cursing tho tale that kul led him buyout night of jila co workers An hour passed before the trail led J thom from tho foothills out upon tho prairie und every foot of the way was agony to riillllpa whoso bonds cut with every motion of the horse Would you mind loosening those ropes n little ho asked finally You see We oily men nro not as used to the saddle an you are out here A The girl looked Imok coldly I guess you can stand It for awhile she suit shortly Im not going to take chances with you Youre no city num If you will feel In my coat pocket rzbe urged you will thud pnpersUint r will prove my Identity He spoke BO earnestly that halt con vinced also let her horse imp back nnd slipped her lumtl first Into tho outside then into the Inside lockets There was I not n shred of paper What are you up to she asked nlmrply Did you thlul you could reach my gun- I hnd forgotten ho said shane facedly I changed to n oostumo and every Scrap of paper Is In uiy other clothesW be a long time before you see those she retorted grimly unless you peach and tell where the gang holds outcJ The Stile theater Chicago Is whore my gang holds out ho laughed lilt you over come to Chicago I should be pitas rd to oxtondto you all the courtesies of the house free tickets you know Hetter wait until you got there she cfliitlouod It tho boys get at you before the sheriff does She left the Gout tuned unfinished but there was no need of explanation VVliero nro we headed for ho ask ed after a silence snort to break the BOlltudo thou anything else To the shack first for dinner she answered thou fresh horses and by the long route to Tulpus City Why not the shorter way ho pleaded And maybe run Into your gnngl No sir she retorted with emphasis Ive worked like n slave for my little home stead Sister suit 1 have n quarter sec thou each and wo live tolh where the two tracts Join Wo newt some money to gut Irrigutlon mid Im not go lug to take any risks of losing you After that Phillips was silent until they came In sight of a small shuck In file doorway of which stood u blue clad figure This he found was the ulster and utter he hnd dismounted with a pistol Inconveniently near his ear she It was who led the horses to the stable while the other took him Inside and tied hU loge to a chair They would not untie his hands oven whllo he ate painstakingly his cap tor whom her sister called Grace cut Up his mont suit fed him As soon as the meal nil over fresh horses were brought nround and they began their long trip to Tulpas City Tlio detour added tour miles to the route but Grace would hear of no change of plan and soon they were unking their way through another pass Toward dusk they were overtaken by n liorxonmti nail with u shout of Joy Phillips hulled tho sheriff of Tulpns ronnty in u few words the Chlcagoan explained what hud happened and the sheriff Burned only to look Into the barrels of the shotgun which Grace Btlll carried Ive got two of you she cried Put up your bandar Ills hands shot up like a well trained plainsman should when he Is rw tiered and presently there were two MpUrtM I aint ano of his gang ploadcd the sheriff Im this sheriff of this here county nn Ive Just come from over Auraro way whore they shot up Butte lllll day before yesterday You tell that to the sheriff she aid Youre wot as good nt Invent lug stories as ho Is Indicating Phil HIM At 10 oclock that night the sheriff of TUIMB county and tho picture man were led up to tho piazza of fled fur kins Iwtel In Tulpns City to the keen delight of the loungers Explanations and assurances followed quickly and the girl who hail arrested the sheriff and the Chlvagoan promptly forgot her briery end wept mod feminine tears Ihllllpll escorted her back to the ranih in the morning and Incidentally to get his own horse back but though he route Ills own animal back to town be found It necessary to make several more trips which resulted In his tak log Urnre with him when he went back to Chicago The sheriff Is to marry the sister In the spring nnd run the farm for her Ills otllclal position has lost UM churn fur him slnco he was held up by a woman Srrrnlrrnlh Onturr Iednnlrr- A crushing wright upon science and literature In the seventeenth century was the dominant pedantry The great thing was to write commentaries upon old thought and diligently to suppress new thought The only language 0 learned lectures WAS a debased Latin During the seventeenth century pcdau try became a disease In every country In Knglnud a pedant sot on the throne mill Walter Scott has mirrored hit spirit In the Fortunes of Nigel In Italy and Spain the same tendency prevailed The world now looks back upon It sometimes with abhorrence sometimes with ridicule as pictured In both countries by Manzonl In the Pro IIIOSH Sposl in the American colonies It Injured all thinkers and two of the groatrot the Mathers It crippled In Pruned there was resistance Mon taigne hind undermined It end It was the constant theme of the brightest wit Lnhrnyere presented It In some of his most admirably drawn pictures Moll ere who had occasion to know and hate It hell It up to lasting ridicule In the Mnrlngo IorceIrofessor An drew D Whlto In Atlantic John Knux all a Onllpy Slur Jolla Knox the famous Scotch preacher was a galley slave French vessels For nineteen month- lie hind to endure this living death says a writer which for long draw- out torture can only bo compared with what the Christiana of the earl out centuries had to suffer when they wero condemned to the mlues IIr had to sit chained with tour or nix others to the rowing benches which were set at right angles to tho side o f the ship without change of posture bj slay tutu1 compelled to sleep still chained under tho benches by night ex posed to the elements day and nigh- alike enduring the lash of the over Beer who pucvd up and down thi gangway which ran between the two linos of benches wearing tho come canvas shirt and serge Jacket of thrower tIlIng on the Insulllclcn meals of coarse biscuit and porridge of oil and beans chained along with the vilest malefactors Prophcllr Mrs Enpeck Here such spelling BH those printers dol They have called your slipping clerk Mr Brown yo skipping clerk Enpeck Which chancel to be right In this1 case for I learned this morning nt the olllco that he had skedaddled with all the money he could get hold of Baltimore Amer ican 1Itt1IF11131ttiII1tI1 i The Home JBNHIB LESTER lULL Edi- tord1I11lhi1FIIII11tI114I MH EREA FAIR FOR FIRESIDEI- NDUSTRIES Will bo hold Wednesday Juno 7 1005 tho College Commencement Day in Room 4 Lincoln Hall lead tho lists of premiums and prepare to make an exhibit If you OUIlll11Take Notice Entries may bo undo at any time from 180 to 480 p M on Tuesday Juno 0or from 7 A M to 10 A M on Wednesday Juno 7 1005 All goods entered for premiums must have been mndo since last Com mencement Day Juun U 1004 Homo products not included in our list of premiums may IM exhibit ed nnd offered for sale Wo offer n fine premium for melon shaped hickory und oak split ImlikotlJI and those of peck half quarter peck size will find a ready sale if well tnade Premiums Offered prizeItomrapunllotncf pun 1 00 ro IHmltjr 3 00 1iU All wol Jean 10 fro SCO 100 Cotton anil Wool Jrnnn lOjranl 1 00 C- OMliwr Ittlirn ami woos JO 4 W 1 W- llnirjWtoi iinclVoil10jr rili 1 II W- All wool hnsa Klnnnrl lu irU 2 0 1 no llomitiiun All wool Blanket tX ruala Iwlled 2 al 10- llomci un Illinkft cotton end yards 110 Ie Fluiinsl Lined tsyenlt I o S Double WPHTC Ilnrn 10 rank 2111 110 Slain Uniii It yapla x 1 W 0- Itag Carit a web 2 to II- KM Hugs 1 00 10 llokeU mtlonhell1 hlfkoiy- orn tau 109- Ax Iitiidlt tII aden Cork and spoon W IlIudmadeKnit Socks tram peen yarn In 6J SKnit 111ttenahomwpunypmindlgobluenrblueai M S For ono out number 400chain cotton and 25 threads woolyarn coarse enough for covert weaving and spun ou handwheel tho follow ing premiums aro offered lAdInUro clowi00leeCO I W 0 1 0- 0Tho same prizes are offered for ono cut homespun linou thread of the above colors The dyes iflTist bo homomado not commercial dyes and tho receipt used in dying must bo given in writing with each color Notice All goods entered for premium must have boon mado sluice June 0 1004No premiums will bo given for any piece of Jeans Dress FlnnnoU or Linens which does not contain at least ten yards Iteceipts for dyes used in dying yarns or cotton or flax threads must accompany tho exhibit and the thread or yarn must meet ovory roe quirement stated Only second class premiums will lo given for secondclass work when no first class work has been entered order of Conurjttce ou Home fspun Fair Good Sense and Grace rarJorswhoro brightIntoneat anti tho floor carpetlcss into kitchens whoro the family live and the meals aro cooked aud eaten and tho boys and girls are as blithe as the sparrowRfin tho thatch overhead and Inco that it is not so much wealth and learning nor clothing nor servants nor toil nor idleness nor town nor country nor station as tone and temper that render houses happy or wretched And I8ee too that in town or country good sense find Gods grace make life what no teachers or accom plishments or means or society can mako Ittho opening stave of an everlasting Psalm the fair beginning ofan endless existence tho goodly vestibulesa o vanishnawayDr John Hall Getting On In the World How to get on in tho world is n serious problem to many of us All kinds of answers have been given amid air kinds of experiments have been tried but still it is n knotty problom The best solution I have agedtrelated by Dr F J Backus of Packer Institute Brooklyn lIe in company with a friend met this aged Christian Negro who had been a slave of Governor CormerlyI was old and very feeble but cheer ful and fult of hopo When asked how ho was getting along now in tho world ho made this most remarkable answer Massy ho answered his face all varymcan o is just what wo all need to do all tho time Just mako tho very best wo can out of the very worst that may Mnnyheart n i111It1HI1fIIHKHHH1H i The School JOHN WIRT D1H8MORB Editor J H HHHH1lHHHlIHllt Problems of the District School CHAPTER XFURTnER OROANIZATION The last two chapters furnished an outline for the formal opening of tho term The second day should see the school fairly established At the closo of the first day tho teacher shouM spend some timo in reviewing everything that hnd been done noticing any mistakes or omis lions on his part and making such changes in the preliminary program as seems wise Considerable study should bo put upon the daily pro gram Each study should havo its rightful share of timo both for pre paration and recitation and no more Suppose there aro 330 minutes of actual working time in a day and a pupil has in all six studies say reading arithmetic language geography sjHilling and writing Heading twice n day for study and recitation sixty minutes arithmetic fifty minutes laugtungefiftythirty minutes spoiling thirty min mites At least twice as much time should be given to tho study of a lesson as to its recitation The above leaves sixty minutes unaccounted for They may bo occupied in general ex ercises as follows Twenty minutes for opening exercises fifteen hi tho morning and five after dinner ten for rest periods ten for calisthenics ten for nature study and ten for closing exercises If thero are three grades or divi lions in the school this would bo abut the right schedule for the middle division and will answer as a working 1110 101or the first and third Tho next question to consider may be tho order in which the various moruinghoursmost important work should bo given dlfjficutteven It is oasierJo write out tha solutions of arithmetic problems on slate or paper than it is to get a history geo graphy or grammar lesson Lessons like writing drawing or spelling often provo restful after hard mental labor on other branches Tho last thirty or forty minutes boroN noon mod again before dismis sal iu the opening are time poorest parts of tho day when pupils grow impatient They should thou have something at which they like to work and that dOOR not require very close applicationHaving made up your mind what studies aro most important what most difficult and what tho easist you arrange your program accordingly Having your program carefully and wisely made can you live up to it yourself V Many teachers fail in not being ablo to live up to their own schedules If tho teachor fails no thing need bo expected of tho pupils Tho only way to succeed is to live up to tho standards you set for yourself Then you can hope to keep others to their duty MANY OF YOUR NEIGHBORS JUDGE YOU tho appearance of your house Green Seal Paint adds a dressy ape pcuranco to your house the perfect finish For Sale by Porter Drug Co They Might Forget no has ordered ids own monument Perhaps that Is because ho Is so well nojualnted with his heirs PAINTING A HOUSE Increases its value out of nil pro portion to tho cost of time job A coat or two of Green Seal Paint is an investment that always pugs big divi dends For Salo by Porter Drug Co Scorned Aid rob was sitting at the door of his tent weary In spirit for ho had put In a hard day having bolls when a steal ger drove up In an automobile Jumped out nod handing the sufferer his card addressed him This Is Mr Job I presume I am the eastern representative of Dr Sink turns great Yankee blood purlller Three bottles will cure your bolls ant n half dozen will make you feel like anew man How ninny shall I put you down fore Job contemplated tho stranger In si lence for a moment He was about to say Well I like your nerve but ho restrained himself and said Begone tempter Cant you see that I am try- Ing to break tho worlds record for pal deuce And ho turned his face to his tent and resumed tho cheerful occupa tion of having bolls ONE WELLPAINTED HOUSE In a neighborhood creates a demand for others leads to general improve ment in public taste and increases property value A liberal use of Green Seal Liquid Paint is sound business policy For Sale by Porter Drug Co Oyamn all a Student In Grrinnny Thobrllllaut Japanese commander In thief In Manchuria Field Marshal twnwo Oynuia got some pointers ou fighting when In his twenties he SpOilt three years In France and Germany as a student and as n military attache lie studied the organization of modern armies and witnessed the FrancoGer man conflict lu 1870 The picture shows him as be looked when study lIng at Zurich Office MAIN BROADWAY i BEREA BEST HARROWS AMERICAN hay Aa Depot Street Phone ALWAYS THIN THE SEAL PAINTS With puro Linseed Oil for all out side work This paint heavy body tfoeds thlrmlrig thus becomes economical for the concmnor Salo by Porter Drug Co Charming Personality the title address before tho Boron by Mrs Elizabeth bree which limo Association just publishod ntfracllve form 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AMlti u it see ofitar e2uaa fD row ad e rtatboth old asd sw a4dies I Vsmben CM to vnewif eorajna a Ult milt w Oblr1rlll will Udlr H ra d if WI arl A aU W nUd la ITCTT loulltr Write fore Anrona nnOUf til tour MW ytulr tle iirtn s tn cmm tNt tai 1BUSINESSAND 4 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ST CHARLES HOTEL New Furnishings in every room All service Bretclass Popular Merchant Tailoring shop in connection CHARLES JACOBS Prop Btrwt oppo4 IIleeou4 HOUM Richmond Ky Tlmo Trlod and Merit proved One Minute Cough Cure is right on time when it comes to curing Coughs Croup Whooping Cough etc It is perfectly harmless pleasant to take and io the childrens favorite Cough Syrup Sold by Porter Drug Co For Sale About ten or twelve build ing lots on the Louisville and Nashville railroad one half mile from Boren near Berea brick and tiling fac tory in a fine locality and good neighborhood Can be bought right for further particulars call on L B MQOREf 7i Berea Ky r S McGuire is at all times thoroughly prepared to deal with eye troubles Your eyes examined by the very best and latest t givesIon are right Lenses refitted within a few days after taking the order If jou have any defect of vision it will pay you to look over his stockand receive correct treatme- ntOPTICIAN Berea Ky Clearod for Action When the body is cleared for action by Dr Kings New Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on the cheeks thobrightness of the eyes the firmness of the flesh and muscles the themtWilliams Ie better prepar ed tkan e7er to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Cleats lag and Pressing a apoctiilty- Work guaranteed W A Williams i Male Street Berea Kv JBillious Bill was getting bloated And his tongue was muchly coated Patent tonics wouldnt cure him Companies would not insure hiny AH his friends were badly frightened lightenedITho Famous Little Pills EARLY RISERS cure Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness their tonic effect on the liver TLey never or sicken but impart early rising 918dultsBold I JESUS BEFORE PILATE Sunday School Lessoo lor far 211905 Spedtlly Prepared for This riper LESSON TEXTJohn U8O Memory Yersci ft 38 Read ol the chapter OOIDKX TEXT Every one that is of the truth hearcth My volesJohn 1837 TIME Friday the day following the time of our last lesson The probable tine of events alnre mldriight was na follows Agony In Oethremone midnight o one a jn Arrest about ono a m Trlafbclore- Jewllh authorities 130 a m to aunrlie at alx I m Trial before Roman uthorl ties 630 to 130 a tn PLACEThe trial before Pilate was probably In the Tower ofAntonia JustouU aide the northwest corner of the temple area In Jerusalem Possibly at Herods palace on Mount Zion overlooking the temple area and connected with It by a bridge SCKJPTUrtR rtEFBnENCES The Agony in Gethsemane Matt 6Uj Mark 14t42 Luke 2t39K John 181 Detrayal and Arrest Matt XfIXi lark HUt Luke 22 7U John 18111 Trial Before the Jewish Authorities Matt 26 72710 Mark UM7J Luke 2224 71 John 181227 Trial Before Roman Authorities Matt S7i 1141 lark 1519 Luke UrtS Jobu 18 81516 Comment and Suggestive Thought- V 28 Then As soon as formal sentence had been pronounced against him by the Sanhedrim Hall of judgment The Roman Judgment hall Early Shortly after daybreak Went not In lest etc The Passover Feast which lasted seven days was Just beginning If a Jew entered the house ol a Gentile he would be defiled and could take no part la the feasting and fes tivities V 29 Pilate The man appointed by the Roman Emperor as governor of Judea and Samarla Went out Went to a portico or an open space near the Hall V 30 They Jewish rulers Malefactor Evildoer V 31 Take ye him your law Jews had authority to try certain cases They had already tried Jesus but they could not accomplish their wish for they had Dot Authority to put any to death V 32 What death he should die Jew executed criminals by stoning but Jesus had foretold that he would suffer death by crucifixion which was the Roman mode of execution V no Called Jesus Ordered him brought before him Art thou King By finding out what claims Jesus laid to Kingship Pilate would find whether he was an enemy of Rome V S4 Saywt thou this of thy soltr Jesus must know what thought was In Pilates mind la order to answer trafc If he asked whether Jena tainted civil authority as a rival of Caesar he would answer No Out if be asked In a Jewish MUM whether he was the King Messiah b1 must answer Yea la the highs sense which as yet but few understood flu WAS and Is King over human hear s V 35 What hut thou doner Pilate wants to know what Jesus hll done to anger His own people for thy were always glad to support anyone who In the name of a king would try to set them free from Rome V 30 Not of this world Not derived from earth nor swayed by the recognized forces of this world Christs kingdom is In this world making earth a very Heaven to those whose hearts accept His rule but Its origin Is not earthly but Heavenly- V 37 Art thou a king then PI- late repeats his question for he can not understand how one so pitiable In appearance so deserted and abused can still claim tobea king ThousayesL You stated truth In calling me a king To this end born Jesus object In coming to earth was to win for himself a kingdom In the hearts ot men Bear witness truth lie bears witness to the true nature and character of God and to the dignity and possibilities of men Every one heareth my voice They who really wish to be true receive Jesus V 38 What Is truth By bitter experience In the world Pilate thought there was no possibility of finding the truth nor of living a true life No fault Not guilty of any crIme pun ishable by taw V 39 Custom releasq one Rome honored Jewish festivals by re leasing a prisoner V 40 Barabbas One wfco ilbeaded a Jewish insurrection In which murder had been committed By eor eral other drake Pilate tried to make the Jews relinquished their victim But they persistently demanded Crucify Him GO at last Pilate yielded and ordered Jesus crucifixion Practical Points- V 28 Each of us is led Into a Judg ment hall as we come before Jesus and by our verdict concerning Him acquit or condemn ourselvea Jobb 318V 29 We can best refqte false ac cusations by following the example of Jeatls Matt 2712 V 30 One who opposes Christ Jesus proves that he himself not Christ Is an evildoer John 320 V 32 Thiough His friscd and foes the fulfillment of all Jesus woids la working outMark 1331- Salvation Salvation alone can rouse In us II sense of our sinfulness One must have got a good way before he can be sorry for his sins There is no condi tion of sorrow laid down as necessary to forgiveness Repentance does not mean sorrow it means turning away from the slud Every man can do that more or less And that every man must do The sorrow will come after wards all In good time Jesus offers to take us out of our own hands Into Ills If wrt will only obey Hint Jeprgo Alac Wnald 1 W11r ittthttl1L nf of lIraIi11 I I By CHRISTOPHER WEBSTER I mT isnt a pretty word it isnt pretty dissipation But one indulged in right and left usually uncon sciouslyEspecially among people that do ndl labor enough to work it off1 women hi easy circumstances men Who make of dinner the elaborate ceremony of their lives They have good cooks they buy the best in the market every day the temptation presents itself every day they unthinkingly gor mandize They read with horror of gross castings among barbarians or the refined gluttony that obtained at thosen n banquets of the old Romans of the stuffing which marks the charity dinners given on certain holidays to the poverty stricken and never for a moment do they dream they themselves are guilty Most people in these easy circumstances referred to arc physically lazy especially the women prefer Driving to walking lounging to exer cise being amused to any severe intellectual strain on their own part and so the meals become events not merely the coaling up to keep the engine of the body going not menus to an end but an end in itself We would by no means decry a pleasant comfortable table but this pleasant comfortable table carried to an extreme insist that it is no inspiring sight to see a woman cat more food than she needs daily watch her grow unbcautifully fat simply because she in plain words eats too much- I know a woman that suffers from dyspepsia and cvcry evening she has opportunity for an aftertheatre supper and enthusiastically par takes of devilled crabs or oilier kindred palatable offerings I recently ran across an acquaintance at a tearoom sitting like a devotee before a long platter of broiled lobster Site ate slowly rapturously and when the dish disappeared remarked sighing I wonder if I ever shall have all the lobster I want And these rally arc not exceptions indo lent women too lazy to have made for themselves other interests follow the line of least resistance and find in gluttony an easy pleasure There are hosts of stout people of course that are perfect Roose velts of energy and accomplishment are temperate to a degree but there is a certain fleshiness tlmt belongs to the chronic cases of overeating But even this change from graceful contour does not affect the person that has begun on the career of an eater the temptation is stronger than the vanity Overeating to our way of thinking is quite II bad as overdrink ing though it would be very difficult to convince those addicted to the first offense that this is true Who does met know the selfrighteous temperance man that rails at andcet gorges himself with food The poor wretch ora drunkardhas an uncontrollable thirst the glutton a stomach he panders to at the expense of brain and brawnfor the overfed are not quick of intelligence nor given to general rmscular development 1EUtttrnltl1trltttNut il r bttt1 By DR R A WH1TH Paster People Liberal Chuttth Clileire Ifa man or woman commits fonKofcilty attributes it to had strain in ancestry sotnc whcrr That wttlcs the matter The boy or girl got badly born that was alland the matter was left to the Lord and the childs ancestors Society washed its hands of the whole re fiomibilityT There arc signs of a wholesome reaction against overemphasis on heredity It is becoming increasingly appnreut that environment has more to do with life moral or physical wan heredity We are the victims of surroundings Wlierc we live how we live the manifold influ ences anl circumstances are the vitdl and effective forces in lifemaking Science has shown that the struggle fur existence and the consequent survival of the fittest is one method 4jf environment by which forms of life arcshaped I Place Sri honest man among cpiiimercJar rogues or whore business is generally conducted dishonestly and injhc majority of cases the hottest man turns rogue or is beaten in business Place rogue where hiHineas is honestly conducted and he turns honest by force of circumstances or gets beaten in the game We shall have slum people so long as we have slums We shall have vicious people so long as we permit vicious environments their baleful influence upon life If you want good folks in your large sties give theiMn some way better surroundings Clear out your tenements clean up your alleys give them pure water widen your street and let in the sunlight get peo pIe out of the cellars give them enough to cat and weart that is givY lirem the opportunity to earn them create parks and breathing spaces give the children better homes then things will go better Most cities with the best of intentions arc puttering with the social problems In disease we no longer are satisfied with sending for the physicians we seek the cause the contagion and finding it remove it Clean out the moral sewers and the matter of personal morals will largely take care of itself W11r ijJ lit uf tIlt 3Jiutltrt Artturrarj2r ANDREW CARNEGIE I w a a f The alliance of birth and wealth is being dfs1 placed in our day by what a man knows But that is not time final step The future question will be how a man of erVe4 his fellow men Here is the true final aristocracy which never can be displaced not what a man docs for him self but what he docs for others will be the standard by which a man shall be judged wherein has he sacrificed himself Wherein has he benefited others Toward this ideal I think we are marching more directly in America than in any other land first because we have less dis tance to march and fewer obstacles to overcome in that march than older lands It is upon this platform that we all stand the highest in our land the president being in the largest and deepest sense beyond all other men the greatest servant of jiis fellows in this glorious democracy Starting front tills plane good roads lead direct to everything that tends to bring about the brotherhood of man the establishment of the true idealthat of character of service Ihe test of a mans position among us being the performance of his duties as a citizen RAC CARD REVENUE CITY INCLOSURES FURNISH EM PLOYMENT TO WORKERS Rear XncloturM of tho City Afford Employment for Men of Many Different Trades to Work At If ono should look abroad Just casually upon any rango of back yards lay for example upon such a range as that in view from my study win dow said Prof von Jogglcby In tho New York Sun very probably It would seem tb him seeing them ache might when they wero in a state of perfect peace and quletudetba they wero Nat Simply a that that was all there was to It It certainly never would occur to him that they could ever be a source of revenue to anybody But as a matter of fact these samo back yards that may look so quiet now do first and last furnish employment for many men In many and diverse trades who draw in the aggregate considerable sums of money from them In tho spring for Instance cornea along the cleanup man who rakes up tho winters debris and prunes tho shrubs and trims tho vines and cleans up around generally He gets a days work out of It at least Then comes the stone or tho concrete man who relays the Hags or repairs tho concrete In the paved walks whore thoy have boon thrown out of level or cracked by the actloA of tho frost And now appears the turf seller the man who drives along the street with a wagon load ot turf for sale wherewith he wilt patois up worn spots in front and back yards making thorn as good as new And fit due time cornea the grass cutter and tho grass cuttor como too at regular Intervals through tho season to keep tho grace in order Among the earlier comers In the book yard finding there a source of revenue Is the gardener who digs HP the bottlers and sets out plants that have bn kept In the hone through the winter and he also may come at Interval To the OortM thr lack yard la a yearly sad constant MMITO of reroute for he supplifM an the nsdd flowers and sbrnbs It might not at first thought seem that tile hardware dealer would roam In anywhere for a rak off from the sack rard bat he surely elf 110 supplies the Oil teaser the m rifts ofI wood with kf sharp oplk H siklnic up through them to be nail d n nn on the tents top tn keep Iliat nw a y And the hardware man ntv N om tlltlll for the cloth I il in those same bark lard WM IIkr- ylse MUa- Sot the least amnnit do w in I 1 P lire aide income fr rn IO is yard Is tbe carpenter who mit plnniii the sagging fence andkPflq aw posts In place of such ax ha rutifd at the base and prt vM I n ti boards nod panels Im iaN of hrkea OHPK nod pats om new coping strips sod Incidentally replaces or ntytlrs the croMbeams reetlng on the feaoe tops Uofwowi wklek the einths littw are draws Not UM poorest or legal pro donor back yard Job of the Jot that of lilt wtcp + nor A Rilr him cone to cover Ute sew work and It may be the whole fence jobIAnd It may even bo that the plumber finds some revenue In backyards In clearing choked up drains And In tho winter when the yards are covered with snow and It would seem as though all work must be suspended along comes a man who knows better the man who goos from house to house seeking Jobs at shoveling snow who knows that tho sidewalks are not tho only places to bo shoveled who knows that on Mondays they want paths shoveled In the back yard BO that they asa IraitK outtiur Clothas apfrat here and there drowsing In a shady corner and all everywhere In perfect peace and quiet might make one unfamiliar with them think that they were always so that they wore complete and finished and thats all there was about it but In reality there IB first and last a lot to do In tho backyards Thoy are a constant source of revenue to many people In many and diverse trades Gowns and the Law The women In America who are per milted to wear frocks with trains as long an tljoy like will bo astonished to learn that In Germany a trailing gown Ib tabooed An American lady was acc- Osted In ono of the parks In a German city by a policeman who bade her hold tilt her gown Inasmuch an the trailing damaged tho gravel and also he added did the gown no good She demurred pointing out that In her opinion the damage to the gown was of little consequence At once the policeman pro duced a formidable looking book in which In equally formidable looking German 11 was stated that to let a dresi drag on the pathway was an offense against the law Washington Star Millionaires Who Began as Peddlers The death of two New York million aires Guggenheim and V olwbg began their careers as pedlerx is of in terest The opportunity Is still there If the man Is of the right sort to em brace it Vogels case was particularly interesting because ho was one ol tho numerous successful merchants who have crossed the flowery who have begun In an humble way on tilt East side and lived to occupy a sky scraping business house In the Broadway district N Y World t PAY IN HEADACHES fnoflInIf nlain1 Jn day4JOebt drink beys tElla Whwtar Wlfewu r h- THE BROKEN BOTTLE It Cost Scott a Pretty Sum But Ii Opened the Eyes to ills Folly r Come on b03z1 go and take a drink The speaker was William Seott a herd working mechanic who with three of his hopmatcs was on his wayborne at the close of the weeks labors All of Ute 1 men had taken several drinks and had begun to show the effect of them esp daily Scott who ttopH rod as fee walked tt The four went IH amid Mood before tlleJp bar of the saloon which was but a ifeort distance from Scotia homo and had for tyears been patronise by him Drunk en mon seldom drlnkjxnil leave a saloon when timers are two or more together amid on this occasion Scott and bill friends MoOd at the bar and eonvemd U one alter the Whet treated la lur- Su44Mly their coaverMUoH WM Ia lerniptMl by Scott eMuitaIly drop ping from him mieieadr gruip Ute beetle from which be wan about to poor a dram p Hello saW be that was as jaxt rdent AMa or ROt yo 11 par for Uk C Ikjnor and Bank relortee Ute sbfael keeper wboee attention WM ealM to Soon by tie crush You dont mean tliat Lxwreate by said Seott It wit an ataHL Thats all right iii1IIIe saoa kroner MK the prhr tint 1Wliquor but take ti prtfti iK many a drink I aul alfar i blo u aadfl have to pay it Hut lrao dtheirfihaii j IV 10 a dollar nf niywnts melt It hom Th ali4l kep h was canrai ii sad mru or It f ilollar i which sa n gtvre fiat 110 tPj Inner 1 flelll hi curl 11 0 i r I thIs I do 11rI frf1liIr iii rub IhI I lUll Iis o alt r IUK- hg ilnd1 19u i raI t r sus l irL li I1 luff li- k l1li1 r u iI1 hf use won e n1 r c tthat 1nondl1 ii td tat ft thr ajOK Btb had rr r 4111 I thutalctromhdraw IftwUIi- U OK Ike counter and j t Hroit i eome torch but thr hal d reach the door and wont on om IU prooeWin to hla some aIW mslog his wife lie placed tie ftewof Lr r- on bottle In her hand M r rtedollarsabler It cheap For a moment Mrs loon Uld net tie t dtreland him but looking at time pteew of the bottle and Inhaling the liquor she Intuitively grasped btt meaning and with a glad feeling In her rheart she said r What do you mean William I mean said Scott that for Un ewallowtegmy IJoUletlThe Happy Home- NEWS AND COMMENT while you hue drink you wilt barethe drunkard American Issue Thoro ore men who starve Utrtr cH kbihorseSome one remarks that the HiUoea is the devils way to man True AM devtlUlIMtpJerryTho Indianapolis New says It Is at tlmateU that onabalf of all saloons in that city are owned and controlled lit 4 breweries covetseatness men would fight the return of tho saloon to the last limit Hcrne Mo U a dry town of whtth a local newspaper says Most eVIl lidlivesspiritual life is of the highest order Indianas governor will not appoint even moderate drinkers of Intoxicants iItins ho holds is good policy for the state In Its business It Is my sincere belief declared Sir Richard Burton that if the slaVe trade were revived with all Its horrors sod Africa could get rid of the white man with tho gunpowder and rum which he Introduced Africa would be the galnor by the exchange HappenSaloonkeeper out or this business I wont know what to do tombxfoAQbnslness monuments over the graves or thosetyour business has klain National All mate+ THE MILK PAIL How It May He Handled So as to Keep Out Any Matter Dropping from Cow When milk Is not to be strained dur ing milking the sanitary milk pall II treat When such Is riot done and tho milking Is done into an open pall It should be held In the position shown In tho illustrationthat is Kldowisc and Just as far away from tho cow that any matter which may drop oR tho cow will be sure to clear the pall and fall to the floor Of course when tho pall gets to bo rather full It may have to bo held nearer to tho cow and In a moro vertical position Tho Michigan station lays moro stress on cleanliness In the stable and of the 08TT1OS OK aiiiIAllJ row and milker than on sanitary milk pailllOll the table Is clean and free from diet says tbo bulletin and the cow propertly kept the milker clean and tidy and the pall sterile tho ordl pracaspecially successful This Is true alto of automatic milkers I may add that more pains are realty neceeoary In the thorough cleaning of the milk palls and other utenMW need for milk than are commonly taken I fully agree with the Michigan station when It says In the bulletin mentioned that It lu not ufllelont to wash out or rtnM out a milk pall or any other milk utenall with warm or cold water and a cloth only A brush U mc sary and It nbotiW bf used with seal and with n K0o4tv amount of warm water at fleet then 11 111011 ire follow I by a wMh with a lulktn of MI oia or lime- water nnrthina akiin fur the pur INtee rinutex the IT Aftr hit thurIoualakill I orKAnlnini IKIH The talk ih IH nurh i ann vn Ihli IrantI t I loavt dT th strain Ing p i T want oltIIl ns It la a lGej Ijjf however v lu ri team U uvatlt CALL FOR BETTER COWS What Prnf Eskers line to Bay in Re- gaud to the Freflta to De Realized Prof Hckers or the MlMourl college of agriculture say The milk produced by ho average Missouri cow will tell for about N at the creamery or when made Into first class butter A good cow of the dairy breeds will make at least JSu cash In come every year I have a lilt of about 00 Missouri farmers who report a cash Income of from 150 to 1100 per cow every year and these figures do not Include the Income from the calves and pigs fed on the skim milk Out says one milking Is a tremen dauB task As a matter of fact It takes only CO hours time worth about six dollars to milk a raw six months Last year the cash Income from the herd at the college farm was 8250 a cow for butter sold and 1260 per cow for milk skim milk and calves making a total Income from each cow of J95 year the average Income from the 9rhll source will be over 100 for the herd of 28 These Incomes do not come from feeding expensive feeds or excessive feeding They are not due to fine barns or unusual treatment of any kind lint they are the result of doing the right thing at the right time In the proper way THE CREAM j Native cows will respond to good careIt Is a good plan to plow them In then sow the oats and cover with a smoothing barrow Men who have graded their herds have often more than doubled their but ter product When cows are on good spring pas tire the condition for tho production of milk Is about Idea The dairy bull should have behind him dam and granddams with good records as milk producers No two have tne same Individuality for tho assimilation of food and the manufacture of milk To sit down and bemoan ones condl tion because there are no blooded cowa on the farm Is nonsense One great clement of success In dairy- Ing is tho careful management of the grass lauds Top drees the meadows Be sure to sow u good acreage of peas and oats for early feeding Pre pare the soil well and put the pea In deepfour to six inches QpDoggles for Spraying It Is A good plan to wear soggles while engaged In spraying fruit trees Two or three men have had their ayes severely Injured lately by accidental quirts of spray liquid w DONT NEGLECT ORCHARD The Time of Year When the Treat Should Have Their Share of Attention The time of year Is almost at hand to begin work in the orchard Tho failure of a fruit crop would disap point thousands of people more so than most any other crop of the farm Many farmers get good varieties of ap ple peach pear plum and cherry trees take them home and dig a hole for each and set them In and that n the lust bit of care they gilt And more than likely that Is the last of tho trees tooFarmers say It Is hard to get an or chard started A writer In Farmers Guide claims there are thousands of dollars lost annually by not setting and caring for orchards right In so doing farmers have trees of all ages from three to twentyJive years old In the same orchard The stock on the farm Is allowed to roam at will In the or chard breaking down and destroying many valuable young trees Much Is also lost by farmers setting trees In fence corners mid giving no cultiva ion whatever Suppose we should plant a field of corn and never cultivate It What could we expect Just so with the orchard It needs cultiva ion fGood fruit brings good prices at the present lime Select good varieties and take more pains In setting the trees Never crump the roots down In setting but go at It right Go to the forest and got rich soil and use about one half n wheelbarrow full to each tree Then get right down and straighten the roots out in their natural shape Wash all young trees with soapouds each spring and fall It will destroy many insects and also keep rabbits and mice from gnawing the trees Cultivate tbo young orchard Truck crops such as potatoes melons cab liege eta can be grown until the trees begin to bear fruit Then It can be sown to clover In old orchards prune In April Thin the underbrush and water sprouts out pretty well then plowSeedto graM Then see what nice fruit you will have It will pay you ten times over for all your labor Wood ashes Is a most valuable ftrtlluser ffrNbearlng trait trees Therefore MV all ashes and apply onehalf gill- loa around each tree They tend to chock the thrifty growth and kelp ma lure the fruit buds They nice harden the wool and the trees are tkga not to apt to lie wlnUrklllMl Then their application will dc irar many inaectt which burrow In the ground Then her teen much complaint dar ing the past few year about wormy fruit epettally apples This can be avoided cnntlderably by letting the pigs have the run of the orchard dur Iar the summer months to take up all wormy fruit that fens before It Is mniurrtl It certainty destroy many million of wage deposited therein The question U asked What fruit II- aoal In demand r I would say that the following fled mot rMdy market Apple pcekes am cherries They are used More than other kinds of fruit The itoiMMl la wry great for all theta fruits If you are going to raise fruit go at It right What ta worth doing at all la worth doing well Iu not put much stable manure around mach trees al- It Is Injurious to both tree and fruit If you wish to raise Seedling peaches put the seed In the ground Immedi ately after taken from the fruit Never let them get dry Tho seedling peach Is much hardier than the grafted or tho budded peach and will stand the maybeyoung by picking out some of the clus ere The orchard ought to be the most valuable piece of ground on the farm if kept In good condition NOVEL GARDENING WAYS How Cucumbers May lie Successfully Grown from a Barrel An other Plnn Secure an ordinary Virrel and bore a series of good cacti holes a few foot JCull Inch 8 apart close to the bottom Pine In the ccner of the spot rhoivn for your cucumber and fill calf full of sta ble dressln nlxed will hay straw or leaves and a little dirt Plant cucumber seeds In a circle around the barrel about 18 Indies away from Attach strings to stakes in tho ground Just Inside this circle of scads and to the top of the barrel as the cut shows When the cucumber vines begin to grow train them up the strings Every day pour a pall of water Into the barrel to force the cu cumbers Another excellent plan as outlined by the Farm and Home is to dig a trench shout tour feet or lonxor and two feet wide Make It about one Ing mixed with a It bed it few Inches of dirt on top tond at Ire quent Intervals during tbo summer pour water Into the trench Urlvt stakes Into the ground neat a little earth Put corner ot the trench and nail narrow stripi of board to top of stakes at each end anti lay two or three narrow boards across them This will make a tnillif or framework for the vinoj to run on Plant the seeds alonf the aides of the trench and when tho vines begin U grow tralq them over the trellis and you will find It a very easy matter to pick the cueumberc Would Have Liked To Small Elmer and his father had jus had astronuous interview In the wood shedI punished you merely to show my love for you said the father Tthafs all rrlght sobbed the little fellow Its a ggood thing I aint bbls enough to rereturn your I lovoLittle Chronicle OpenAir Sleepers Sleeping In tho open air can only be practiced with safety from arrest by wealthy persons or thoso who con show that they have plenty of means and arc doing It for experimentandt- hen only so long as no obstruction Is caused said the magistrate of a Lon don police court tbo othor day Setting the Standard That tea party In a stable given b an American girl In Rome tho other day will put Newport on its mettle Giving a dinner In a garage will be tame amusement after that but some thing can be done by flavoring all the dishes with gasoline Philadelphia In quirer Nothing But TruthI thought said the friend of the family you said this election was going to be a walkover And It was replied tho excandi dale as ho let out a soulful sigh Tho othor follows walked all over meChloago Dally News Heathen Rites in Japan From letters received by the Church Missionary society from Japan It seems that the severe trial through which the Island empire Is passing Is finding expression In greater earnest ness In the performance of heathen rites Peculiarity of Wireless Kxpetlmonts conducted by the United States naval fleet In the West Indies have demonstrated that Ills not possible to transmit messages by wireless telegraphy at far in the warmer zones as lathe cooler latitudes Attention Dr Osier Bdltorreportor wanted for an old MtnbltahMl weekly experienced In public alfalrs and must be between 40 and 10 Young and brainy ap plicants need not apply IxMiilon Globe There Are Large Birds Wbra a girl trite a you g nun that she doMW t Mt any more than a bird hi should remember before Inviting her to lunch that aa ontrich Is a bird Chicago Dally News- Something to That Effect Wits makes his eyes red T Bloodshot What makes his nose re- dErcrapeabotClnelaDti Leader Costly War for Germany It III expected that the expenses of Germanys colony In southwest Africa will reach over 70000000 before the present Insurrection U pat down Vast Arm of Rwseln Russia In Iturope alone has an area of 1000000 square rallee 81 times the site of Great Britain tho area of Si beria Is 000000 squaro mile Ring Made of Human Blood The most curious ring In the world Is worn by a French chemist who has collected enough Iron from human blood to make this unique ring Foreigners Barred Japan persists In its refusal to allow fornlgners to secure any property mines moitxages or railway MARKET REPORT Cincinnati May 11 CATTLE Common 3 25 tg 4 50 Heavy steers 5 60 i 6 75 CALVESExtra 5 75 6 00 IIOGSCh packers 5 CO 41 5 65 Mixed packers 5 CO 4e 5 55 SHEEP Extra 4 50 4 90- LAMIISSpring 6 60 G 9 50 FLOUR Spring pat 51i tv 6 00 WHEATNo2 red 98 100 No 3 red 87 de 92 CORNNo 2 mixed Qp r2 No 2 white 52- 1OATSNo2 mixed 0 3- 1RyENo2 80 4 8- 2HAYCh timothy 012 25 PORKClear moss 13 SO iBUTTERChoice creamery m 265 APPLES Choice 20 3 OU POTATOESPer bbl 1 25 1 35 TOHACCONew 5 00 013 00 Old 4 60 014 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter oat 5 10 O B 20 WHEAT No 2 red 9HHJI 07 No 3 red 89 4b 97 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 48y OATS No 2 30 RYE No 2 75Vj mixedIPORK Mess 12 30 LAUD Steam 7 25 New York FLOUR Win strts 4 60 4 65 iJWHEATNo2 red 95fc 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which I will sell at grealy reduced prices Hero is jour oppor tunity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be till ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices I Dorea Monumental Works S blcGUlng Prop DerM KyI w Lile My Picture h i Km Ndsteae i fiUtusrf BriiilU and Marble Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at rev tpnabla prices and will dispatch Allwork guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA I RICHMOND KyItferorrel Mlo and VilIin L I A Creeping Doath Blood poison creeps up toward the heart causing death J E Stearns Bt He Plain Minn writes that a friend dreadfully iojurei his t which swelled up like blood pOisoning Bucklonfl Arnica Salvo drew out the poison healed the woUnd and saved his life Beet in the world for bums andSOrtS 25o at Porter Drug Co n To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop U the moat complete and up date in this part of the I State for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for most prominent people of Berea and vicinity exprellsillcharges paid one way S G FRANKLINMt Ky- tsryitKgt Z 1U lJlL Verp4 m Berea College THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest Cellege Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS I Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for young men andDomestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nurnitjg two years Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and for life College Courses Literary Scientific Classical to Baccalaureate degrees MusicChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will belp themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incident al fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 1 Weeks maybe brought within S200 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring terra of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 Tho School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregationalists Methodists Prusbytorians aud good people of all dluolnln l1 won IKFORUAT10N AND FB1ENDLT ADVICE ADDRESS TUB SECRETARY KyIMadison County Roller Mills II4IIoioioM Manufacturers Fancy Roller Roar Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour- vH1IHb1 I I Potts Duerson While Station Ky I I KodOWot JIMONUMENTS countyCertificate DYSPEPSIA CUrE DIGESTS WHAT XOU EATThe 00 butltecoitalnt 2H ttvMiths trial Mvbtca NIIatM 80 rls Ii ri rA1U OHIT AT TMI LAKMATOKT M E C DoWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL u u NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Boron840 a i- nArrivolVcllmond4i a in a m Arrivubincinaati750 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Berea I 182 p m Arrive Richmond 2 00 pm Arrive PRrs300p m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Train 3 Daily Leave heron 111 p m Arrive Knoxville810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Borea1217 a m Arrive Knoxville 700 a m KQIIMMKNT Trilni iinmbm 2 inJ S carry Bulivt P rlor car inlro rtie between Cincinnati mil Knoxville III hoot illrccllonn Trains iniin hire 1 unit 4 carry Ilillmin revlllmled SlrcplnR air mil cviichra between Cludumtl and Knox vlllc In lath illrrttlonn W H BOWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSON ass Dentist oJ to oOcaRichmond Ky Terrific Race With Death Death was fast approaching writes Ralph F FronaDtrlZt of Tampa Fla describing his fearful race with loath as a result of liver trouble and heart disease which had robbed treol sleep and of all interest in life I had tried many different doctors and several medicines but got no benefit until I began to use Electric Bitters So won derful was their effect that in three days I felt like a new man and today I am cured of all my troubles Gua ranteed et Porter Drug Co price 50o nn n Strictly Ganuino Mot of the patttil medicine teat itnoniulfl art probably genuine The following notice recently appeared in the Atchison Kan G lobo Joe Tack u well known engineer running on the Missouri Pacific Ixitween Wichita and Kiowa lately appeared In a big one with a picture mid when be was in this office to day we naked him About it He says be had terriflo pains in his stomach and thought be had cancer His druggist recommended Rolol and hesayaitcured him recommended it tp others who were also cured Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eataud cureR all stomach troubles Just as surely as the sun shines your stomach can he brought back to illl originally pure condition and lice sweetened by this lasting and truly the greatest digestautknown Sold by Porter Drug Co- LOUISVILLE 4 ATLANTIC RY CO Time table In effect April 16 J905 EAST JIOUXD So t No 3- Vclaltlca1015iii a10jmN- tcholaalllo 1100 7fi r Valley View IIU4 740 Richmond ar 1I6 8IO- Itlrlimonil IT IJtttp m 6S e in Irvine ltfi 7T- OBcitlyvlle 240ar stn ott- Bc uy ille Jt 20 IDS WBST BUI u- n2 Ni a 1od Vetuilo 76 1 am SB pm NIcliolOFVile M- Vullry Ll7- t View iI 2S 2o Richmond IT Slot 13 IllrliinoiHl Sr 7 M p ro ISO try ue OnpI 12to Iv 00 Reatryvnie 4Z 109 a mar BcAllyTilIe Jet SM 1030 No land 61 mil 1 mate close connections Nlclioltsvillc total from I xingWn and Wiiel nitl find it Vcrutlla to and from SheIhyvllle and IxUi vlllu Ko 6 cnnticstt at Beittyvlll Juucliiin for Jacitou For my further Inlorma eon add i any load agent or It R jIITII e AgtVersailles U Saved by Dynamite Sometimes a flaming city is saved by dynamiting a space that the fire cant cross a cough hangs on so long you feel as it nothing but dynamite would cure it Z T Gray of Calhoun Qaf writes My wife had a very aggravated cough which kept her awake nights Two physicians could not help her so she Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs anti Colds which eased her cough her sleep and finally cured her Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis aud LII Grippe At Porter Drug Co price SOc and 1 00 gua ranteed Trial bottle free GREGOR Succctifully IIiI Wwn for nearly- aslf filii a century Foundod 1855 PLACES leading SEEDS Catalocnefreab 4aatirTraswtuttu 500 400 300 250 and 225 I HAlso Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths j The reputation of W L Douglas shots for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to give better satisfaction than other mules because the standard has always been placed so high that the wearers expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere Ve carry a full line and can insure a perfect fit Inspection Inv- itedCOYLE I HAYESBE- REA KENTUCKY tf +4tli 11 I I I I I r I I I I I I I I I I I 1 +1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES T T I I I I r I I I I I I I II I I I 1 I 1 1 11 1 1 Troasuror Osborno made a business trip to Richmond on Monday Mr and Mrs Wm Bailoy visited Mr and Mrs Jus Stigall last week Walter Robe was again called home Irvin Portsmouth 0 by tho serious illness of his fattier W H Robe Mrs Arthur Powell of Middle town Ohio n lifelong friend of Mrs K U Putnam is hero on an extend ed visitPresident Frost writes that ho is enjoying a good rest at the Mt Jackson Sanatorium sleeping most of tho tune Miss Winch a former teacher of Berea and two friends from Massa chusetts arrive today for a weeks visit in town Mrs J Ourtis of Boston Mass an old friend and donor of Borea College is expected this week at the Presidents houso Miss Frances Schultz is expected to reach Borea Monday from Miss issippi where she has been teaching sowing in a colored school there Sheridan R Baker who finished his course in Louisville College of Dentistry is here ready for work at his parlors over tho printing office Miss Lovejoy and Miss Edwards teachers at Cumberland Gap and Mrs Edwards of Dundee Ill spent a day visiting the College this week The Printing office has undergone considerable improvements of late The interior walls and ceiling haves received a coat of paint and water connection has been put in for use rJl leathers allstyles 7 f1onej 11111111111111111111111111 jn the office Tho lattor is the filling of a long felt want Field Day occurs a week from to day Thursday and is oxj ecfed to be one of tho best over held in Bore The men of all the societies aro training hard to win tho trophy cup presented by Prof Chez and if indications are correct tho contest for points will bo a close one Mr and Mrs L C Hinman enter tained a number of friends at the homo last Friday evening Various progressive games were engaged in with enthusiasm Mr A SAVorthen winning the booby prize Refresh ments of sherbert and cake wo served and brought u most enjoyable occasion to a close Tho Oberlin News states that Wesley Frost has been elected editor inchief of the IIi oIIi a college annual published each year by ti Junior Class of Oberlin This pas tion is considered a great and Mr Frost is to bo congratulat- upon his election out of ac1ass numbering one hundred and fifty Three parties made a pilgrimage to the Brush Creek caves on Saturday last Tho unfriendliness of tho daydetractedof tho outing but goodcompany an the presence of optimists who had tho faculty of seeing tho bright side of a bad day made tho discomforts of the trip seem trivial A rural tree delivery route emanating from Paint Lick has been estab linked on the two pikes between that village and Berea and tho service f tfrcatkmawHANDSE3HO 1This PRicE 350 If i will begin June 15 The carrier A F Caldwell or his substitute will deliver tho official boxes to tho pa trons who have subscribed for the service about Juno 5 The route measures twentyone anal a halt miles Tho sacrament of tho Lords supper was celebrated at tho Parish hones lost Sunday The sermon by the pastor was in keeping with the occasion and set forth tho truth of Gods great lovo for Ills children Two new members wero received into fellowship with tho church On next Sunday tho offering for Presby terian foreign missionary work will be received In tho Senior graduating class of Ohio College of Dental surgery Dr Win G Best received honorable mention in connection with the prize of a silver nodal for tho Inst exami surgeryDrand has opened up dental pdrlors over tho post office Tho equipinent and furnishings are of tho most im proved typo and those hawing dental work to bo dono will find it to their best interests to give him n call Cynthianason Dr Howard Switzer Boron She was accompanied by her youngest son Waller who came SundayMrsago and in possession oraU her faculties She is the only daughter of the Revolution living in Kentucky tier father Abnor Shrophine having served in the Revolutionary War Shb will remain in Borea nilsummer At tho chapel services Sunday night tho Rev A E Thomson answered thus question by n number of scripltuo references Who are the real children of God f Ho said there is a belief prevalent among many good people that all are chit dren of God whether professing n + heart faith in Christ or not The X preacher referred his hearers to many passages fn tho Bible bearing on this point which teach very clear ly tho truth that only those who accept the atoning work of Christ as their ground for salvation and have tho witness of tho Holy Spirit with thoir spirit that they are adopted into Gods family havo a right to call themselves Gods children A short after service was hull to which a good number rpmnined Several expressed a desire to be children of God All students who have Ixsonin any of Prof Dodges classes during the year enjoyed a social hour at the homo of their genial teacher on Fri day evening last Tho company to the number of seventyfive wero env lortained on the lawn and from 080 itto 780 laughter nUll song proclaims a freedom from euro Shormans morel to tho sea was roo produced in miniature 1o the strains of tho old song While wo were romarching thro Georgia The pros once of such nn tirdont veteran in the ranks as tho venerable Professor gave a dignity to tho procession of the mirthful company about tho spacious lawn Light refreshments were served under tho trees west of appreciationu kinddProf and Mrs L V Dodge Misses Welsh and Hendricks kindly assisted Mrs Dodge in receiving and son ing refreshments Mr and Mrs Thomson report n very interesting time during their tinydand met twcntythreo of Borens colored students who wero there While in Knoxvillo they called on the widow of Parson Brow nlow who still lives in the sane house I occupiedduringwar On the journey from Knox New Cash Store C C RHODUS Prop BEREA KENTUCKY hodlydamngC1heavy boulders which had fallen on the track in tlio gorge of tho I11 I WUHHO river Tho engineer and fireman jumped after the engine hadI boon reversed and tho brakes sot No harm was done to tho train or tho passengers but they delayed there moro than six hours Tlio Congress was extremely interesting and profitable and arrangements were made to repeat it in 1 007 On tho return trip Mr and Airs Thom son visited tho Chicaniaugii battle jutChattanoogaThey wore absent nearly two weeks Model Schools Entertainment Tho unusually large crowd which gathered at tho Tabernacle on Tues OIC4ptionlll given by tho members of the Model Schools The program which lasted for two full hours was carried out without n hitch and each succeeding number equalled its predecessor production giveninhighest praise Tho choruses and deserve special mention tho Flower Garden exercise tho Natural Spoil Flag exercise anti drill Song waving branches tho Rose drill tho sung Old Glory and the Whis tling Song being particularly popular with the audience Said Edwards and time teachers who had the prop aration of tho program in charge are to be congratulated upon the succeas which attended their efforts and the scholars who took part not only did themselves credit but the grades which they represented The Faculty Social Tho Industrial Division of tho Faculty gave a most successful and enjoyable social to tho rest of tho Faculty and their wives in tho In dustrial Building front 7 to Uon Monday evening A program setting forth tho different phases of Indus trial education was presented in tho first part of rUm evening through talks by Mrs 11111 Prof Mason nnd Mr Gamble and papers by Messrs King and Ilinmun Dr Hubbell presided nnd opened tho meeting with n resume of tho work accom pushed by the Industrial 1aotilty since its inception and spoko on the Hopes and Possibilities of Indus trial Education in tho Future Musio by tho Big Four Quartet WM- ono of time enjoyable features of tho program The remainder of tho evening was spent in social inter course and the vnjoymenl of light refreshments The occasion was profitable from an intellectual antI social point of view Death of Mr Robe After suffering with pneumonia nUll complications for over three weeks tho Rev W II Rape passel quietly away in tho early hours on Wwluea day morning Though ho ndlied from tho first attack of tho fell die ease which caused his death ho took a relapse over a week ago anti grade ally sank until tho end same Mr Role has been a resident of Boron over since tho war with tho cxcop tion of a few years spout in Ohio About six years ago ho removed with his family to tho mountain which has since borno his name finding the clear mountain air gave him greater freedom from tho asthma from which ho was a great sufferer He joined tho army quite early in life nnd saw service as an artilleryman along tho Mississippi during tho Civil War Since his residence in Borea ho has been n comrade in tho Copt James West post of tho G A II antI front whoso ranks ho will bo greatly missed For several years ho waR an instructor in Boron College nnd acted as superintendent Buildings Ho did considerable work as a lord preacher throughout tho surround ing country which was much appreciated and productive of much good His jovial and kindly dis position constituted him a general favorite among a wide circle of friends and his sterling qualities at once placed him in the front rank as- a citizen and patriot Ho is survived by two sons Dr Orin Hobo nnd Walter of Portsmouth Ohio and two daughters Mrs VanWinklo of Berea and Mrs Gibson of Virginia His second wifo and two small chil dren are also loft to mourn his loss As a mark of respect all College ox ercises wore suspended from chapel hour until noon on Thursday The funeral services wero con ducted in tho Parish House by tho Rev AE Thomson at 10 AM Thursday morning Prof L V Dodge as an acquaintance and GA R comrade of tho departed made seine Fitting remarks regarding tho lifo andwork of Mr Robe Tho lord Post of tho G A It intended in a body and tho largo company of friends and citizens who followed tho remains to their last resting place in Boron cemetery testified to tho high esteem in which time deceased was held Tho sympathy of tho ontiro community is oxtnuded to iho sorrow ing ones in this hour of trial krkttkKmtkmKkkmtm4m4kkkkrkrrr rkmRm nr rMr rmRrrrKrrrrvtRr AI oi Y- tw AI t iIiAI t j 4 r as Ov oF JC j AI If fiauptOdate Drug m i County 11 i Weare 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necessary orders for effecting a junction with Rojostvensk soil rovictalllng tilt fleet Ho was Informed of Francos desire that th junction of the Russian squadron iiould occur outside of Indo Chinee wales Neb latolt then disappear 40 tho open sot A correspondent at HongKong d ttviblng tUo formidable preparation f r the deflate ot Formosa says the P cadort Islands have been supplle with provl lons and ammunition sum ripnt for two years and are now heat r armed with cannont Jn UniMrttcu In a dispatch to Eta I lror Nicholas says Our ndvano prata along tie line from Podysouisoh in Bhlhonua were attacked by tho en rOoIheat day but were again unsuccoai ful President Roosevelt was In Chicago tar 1 U Htrs on his return trip to Wftthkngttt Tho time was consume I by one luncheon throo receptions ewe binqut and tour carriage ridwi Honoring tad honored by his political fxMi but personal friends Prealdwi veI at nlgbt the chief RUM 1nlep Anent banquet tendered to IroquoU club the leading Vmocrai organisation of Illinois Surround by men who have fougli 1Ai lva In two national cam wen deprecate many of hit avowed policies and who have frowntfl I upon some of his political actions the president was cheered to the echo Iho Mjlored sad left Ute banquet hail t ProsUeat Roosevelt has nmehet h nee from his wMnI trip which tw rgarts am MM of the most enjoyabl iHiriH yB be has taken sine he ha- thaa pmihleat He traveled 6000 mllr and pawed through 12 sUtM and three tfrritorieft JlYerr state and Iwrlton + in tb+ fatted State except ridan- d Avkar tu hare been vta4Ud by Mr nOOH + + tl elaoe tt8 beesaae prtIld9tlL A tOw tie wind storm worked Imvtx In many imlMlnR In St Joseph Mo and vit nity The toss is J 100000 t J Heart Colt former assistant cash lor of the First National bank of Mil vukc who li charged with ettiUei I zfrmet loaf make a confe alon- ConrolWr of the Currency Rldgelej has lotted an assessment of C6 23 per rant UI OB stockholders of the First National brink of Milwaukee to make good Lisa capital stock wh th was 1m paired by the defalcation of toner President Frank O Dlgolow Rr Adm Evans reports that the West Indian cruise of tho North At lantic nquftdron was gratifying In QV try respect An onrthqwtko was oxperidncod M Deader Abbaa Persia and 60 persona are reported to have been burled by o J thotIt In known that 20 lives have been boat In the tornado that wrecked part of Marquette Kan and did much dam HC9 In that vicinity and that 44 per Miw had been Injured Of tho injured l wore seriously hurt and some of them may ode J The trustees of the McKinley Na tional Memorial association mot and formally approved tho duslgn for A mausoleum submitted by Ii Van Burno McdonlKlu At present tho body ol President MeKlnley Is In a public vault lit WesllawB cemetery Canton 0 1ountCiMlnl the Russian ambassa j r his country has boon transfer r1 to Madrid Ho will bo succeeded in WiiBhlDRton by Damn Rosen until tfrntly Russian minister to Tohia- Heturns o tho chief of tho bureau df statistics of tho department of ng rirutture mado up to May 1 show the mall under winter wheat In cultivation on tint date to have been about 29 7MOOO acres Reports of a remarkable tidal wave along the went shore of Lake Michigan were rooolvsd Tho wave seemed to bo I the highest at Kenosha and Rnolne Wit whore a wall ot water swopt In cousins much ilnmage and alarm along tile ducks Tom Withorspoon a negro was ta lien from oflluers at Belmont Mio 15 uillos below Cairo by a mob of sov oml hundred persons and hanged In the public square to a largo swing He was charged with extorting honey from a white man A Bomlotllclal sthtemont from high sources was published giving Frances position in reply to Japans charges of bach of neutrality Quo ot the heading In Japan has done In the 1MJipplniw and Dutch East Indies the s MtHe riu she accuses Franco of doing In IndoChina An oil tank containing 14000 barrels of oil nt Dowps flvpralBS Jrom Fair a mont W Va ownod by tho South Inn Oil Co took fire and blnzod fu rsuuely A cannon was brought on n train and three Hhots were tired into the tank thus releasing tho fluid Lou 25000 dt The Society of the Army of tho Po tomac which hold Its 36th reunion at Manassas Va visited tho Bull Rut battlefield and other points of Interest At the historic Henry house farm vet erans who fought each other In tha battlo walked arm In arm and polntci out tho trying positions occupied by their commands Justice Oaynor In tho supreme court In Brooklyn gave a decision In which ho holds that a contract made In Ken tuoky which had been declared llloga by the courts of that state Is Illega and void In New York as well Snyder Okta was visited by a tar nado nui part of town was wrecked The list ot load is expected to oxccci 100 and 86 bodies havo been recover od a dozen persons are missing and given up for dead and of the 41 sort ously injured soven are fatally hurt Store than 100 others suffered loss no very Injuries Relief was sent fron neighboring towns From Oklahomi City went 100 mon to dig graves and seek the dead still In the ruins and also a dozen undertakers with coffins Four more of tho persons Injured In thb Snyder Okla tornado arc dead MlMs Mlztf Mr Paulson John McCar and Miss Ruser bringing mho total number of known dead to 117 Twenty persons woro killed and more than 100 injured In a colllslot between an express train and a freight at Hajrlsburg Pa A carload ot dynamite In tho freight train was exploded and the wreckage was dostroyed by are Most of the bodies woro burned to a crisp and In some cases arms and legs aro missing Two of the bodies have nothing left but a portion of the trunkTwo more victims of the wreck ol the Cleveland and Cincinnati express on the Pennsylvania railroad at South Harrisburg Ia have died bringing tho total number of victims to 22 Two others are In a critical condition Four men were killed ono was fatal ly Injured and a score of other were more or loss seriously burned by the collapse of an Immense gas bolder at the Point Breeze works of the United Oas Improvement Co Philadelphia A heavy rain and wind storm pre veiled In southwestern Oklahoma assuming the proportions at a cloudburst nenr Lawton Okla The streets of Lawton were flooded and water ran Into many house A man who says his name U Daniel Costable an Italian was arrested by Policeman Hopkins while trying to force an entrance at tho rear door of the white house about midnight He was looked up at the pollco station Seven men were killed and one Injured probably fatally in an oxposlon In UK Cora mine one of the Hetniu preptrtlofl near Unite Mont One of the men who was carrying an armful of dynamite ticks was blown to aUHM Herbert V Cniker a son of RlQ apl Croker tM former Tammany leader at New York was found dead on 3- II01UtbMnt1 Santa Fe train near Newton Ran and It Is supposed that he died of opium poisoning Patterson the onetime Ptoro dora slow girl was released on her own recognisance from mho New York Tombs prison after almost n year within Its walls awaiting a determina tlon ot the charge that gho hall mur dered Caesar Young a race track bookmaker Business failures for the woek ending May 11 number US against 193 last week 201 In tho like week In 1001 IS2 in 1903 and 190 In 1902 In Canada failures for the week number ISNigalnst 29 last week A cabinet officer Is authority for the statement that Paul Morton secretary if the navy will sever his connection with tho government service In the near future John B Goodwin exmayor of At tents Oa the newly appointed grand secretary of Sovereign Grand lodge of- Odll Follows was Installed at Odd Fel lows hall Baltimore A treaty between France and Mox too has been slated whereby a reduc Lion of postal rates Is drought about The rate of postage to franco Is now the same as tho rato to tho United StatesThere will bo no strike of the ml nuts In tho employ of the Ponnsylva ala Coal Co ann the Hillside Coat and Iron Co Scranton Pa satisfactory srnis having boon agreed upon Howard Malcolm Tlchnor the no Uor lecturer and critic Is dead nt hU homo In San Francisco after a brief llnost Matilda Buttongon 21 and Charloa Henderson 17 woro drowned In Lake Michigan Chicago when a sailing raeht In which they woro sailing cape sized Jen Thomas J Churchill d former governor of Arkansas find commander fmho Arkansas division United Con cderato veterans Is doad in Little Rock Ark Eva Dakln a Chicago concert small linger on her way home shot and kill id ono of two men who attacked herd tried to rob hot Accused by his sevenyearold stop laughter of having killed his wife and nfant child by pouring kerosene over heir bed as they lay asleep and then setting are to the bod clothing Joseph elding of Chicago was arrested At Romo On Frank Starr negro was shot to death after terrorizing the ommunlty and threatening for several tours lc annihilate all who Interfered with him A tornado struck the town of Hamp ton Mo and several persons were in urou though none was killed A drug tore a general storo and a blacksmith hop wore demolished At Nljnl Novogorod Lieut Col Irewhivor 9f tiospndarmie was shot lead as ho was entering his residence At midnight on his return from tho boater Tho houso watchman was eriously wounded Tho committee of labor men appoint od to call upon President Roosovol and lodge with him a protest agalns tho employment of federal troops dui Ing the present teamsters strike Wall granted an audience Ho Informs them that no request had been made to him for aid but Intimated that the strikers and strikebreakers must not violate tho laws The Employers Teaming assoclatioi at Chicago operated 1900 wagons am mado deliveries in all parts of th city Two nonunion drivers wero assaulted and beaton one of them so se veroly that ho will die Beyond thes cases there was no Interference with the wagons worth mentioning- At Memphis Tenn Thomas McCall a night watchman shot and klllci Edith Ferguson and Hal Williamson The murderer an hour later turned the weapon upon himself firing a bullo Into his head- Soldiers belonging to the 53d bat tallon of the Infantry reserve pilfagei several Jewish houses in Nlchola street Ktshlnoft Two parties of foreign delegates tithe International Railway congress which closed Its seventh session In Washington left on tours of the Unit ed StatesA body comprising leading public men of Europe and America have founded the National Interest and International Conciliation assoala Uon under tho presidency of Senator BerthelotWilliam H Taft secretary of war Is slated to succeed William II Moody as attorney general when the latter retires from the cabinet to take up tin practice of law In Boston his howl olty That at any rate Is the present plan ot President Roosevelt Unleas the president changes hi mind both Herbert Bowen late minis for to Venezuela and Francis B Loom Is first assistant secretary pf state will retlro from the public service oC a result of tho controversy in whirl the two men have been engaged A prominent member of tho cabinet Is authority for this statement At Blomlngton III Conrad Blanch ard a farmer shot his wife twice u llcting probably fatal wounds He then ihot himself dead Both were CO years Did Tho Llndoll hotel St Ixjuls will bo torn down to make way for a do Htrtment store The LIndell has bin In existence for 30 years and was popular with traveling men Statistics which have been gathered by the Charity Organization society ihow that the American negroes an more subject to consumption than any other raco ot people of whleh statistics san be secured tortltn111Unitedor Oregon has Ixjon rempved Ijy order rf the president The seventh session ot the Interra tonal Railway congress ended lu Washington IU eighth session will neat In Berne Switzerland five years hence Twentytwo miner were killed bya premature explosion during blasting operations In the Almaay coal mine at teslcxa Hungary Master carpenters of Joneavllle Will declared every shop In the city open This will bring about a cons ilete tieup of building- A terrific tornado passed two and n halt miles southeast of ML Pleasant Tex Ono person was killed and many vere Injured The pope has appointed Cardinal latolll former papal delegate to the United States to be protector ot hu ilsters of Charity of the Incarnate Word at San Antonio Tex Archibald MacKlrdy American vice onsul at Muscat Arabia was married at St Margaret church Westminster London to Olive Christian Malvery an East Indian who has spent five years working among the poor of Lou Ion In au opinion rendered by Attorney ienerul Moody regarding the appllci Ion of the elght hour law to the era iloyes of the Isthmian Canal Co on tbo Isthmus of Panama the attorney eneral holds that the law applies to hose employes- Mrs Max Waller was killed and Mt Valler andVthree rhfldrcn and a Mrs Vhlte wore Injured by a windstorm cinch demolished the Waller home In ho Thornbury neighborhood sixteen ullos north of Wichita Falls Tex Italy and Portugal signed a treaty oC arbitration similar to that existing otweon France and Oreat Britain At Hobart Okla R A Wright con Ictcd of murder of William Slattcry Wall sentenced to ho hanged July 7 Repairs to cost about a million dollars and which will require more than a years time are recommended by an fllctal board to survey the United Itates armored cruiser Now York The rulser Is tied up at Boston and Is out atcommissionTho of Mt Vesuvius In gain active There have been heavy explosions and tho quanlty ot lava mitten produces a magnificent spec icle at night- Artilleryman Dewey a member ot the 68th Co heavy coast artillery was killed in Phoebus Va by Police Off- icor Phillips According to Officer Phillips ho had occasion to reprimand threo artillerymen for an infraction ot- a town ordinance whereupon Dowey Icked a fight with him A tornado preceded by a heavy hall storm struck Marlow I T Twenty welling houses were wrecked and loss- of life is reported Engineer Harry Taylor was killed utrlght and two others fatally In- Jured by an explosion of a boiler on- nn engine ON ISLAND OF JOLOI Fierce Fighting Went on For Two Weeks Loss of Americans Under Command o Gen Wood Was Seven Killed and Nineteen WoundedThe Mores Loss Was 300 Killed Manila May 15 Fierce fighting hat been going on the past two weeks on the Island of Jolo between tho outlav Moro Chief Pala with 600 well armed followers and troops under tho per sonal command of MaJ Gen Leonart Wood Pulas losses thus far are 301 killed while those of Gen Wood nr seven killed and 19 wounded Pak and his remaining followers in accordance with Moro tradition prefer death to capture Oen Wood with detachments iron the 14th cavalry the 17th 22d 23d In fantry and constabulary scouts bas driven Pala and his followers Into a swamp which has been surrounded Pala was a noted slavo trader and warrior whoa the Americans occupied the islands Later ne escaped with his followers to the Island of Pula So kar near Borneo One of Palas lead ers deserted and took refugo In the British settlement at Lahad Pala dls covering his whereabouts landed with a following and demanded of the Drlt Ish magistrate that he turn the desert er over to him The demand was not cbmplied with and Pala ordered a male snore Twenty JIve persons Including several British wero killed Pala es coped to the Island ot Jolo and organ ted the present uprising It Is reported that the Borneo authorities request ed Oen Wood to apprehend Pala dead oj alive and turn him over to them TILE LABOR TROUBLE General Strike of Union Drivers In Chicago Is Threatened Chicago May IB Unlosa comprom- Ises are effected by all the opposing Interests In the fight now In progress In Chicago between capital and labor mho teamsters strike may spread many fold during the next few days The Refusal of the teamsters Joint council representing 36000 union drivers to accede to the demands of mho Chicago Team Owners association to handle merchandise for all business houses having contracts with tho members ol tho owners organization without dis criminating against the firms Involved In the present strike has brought the controversy to a point where a speedy settlement will have to be made to prevent an extension ot the trouble r There la a posslbllty however that the whole trouble may be Batlsf actor Hy adjusted without resorting to such drastics measures After receiving tho annnounooinent of the teamsters joint council refusing to obey the ultimatum Of the Team Owners association a mealing of tho latter organization was hold arid It was decided to give the teamsters more time to consider the proposition THE AUSTRIAN THRONE Woman Claiming to Be Carlotta Says She Is the Rightful Heir Boston May I6A woman who claimed to be Carlotta the wife of laxmlllan former emperor of Mexico and brother ot the present emperor of Austria has loft the city after secur- Ing some 140000 from members of tho italian colony on the pretense that she was the rightful claimant of tho Aus clan throne She Is being sought ny over 100 residents of the North End district who for almost eight years have been pay- Ing her money to enablo her as they supposed to gain possession of the Austrian throne upon which event tak- Ing placo she promised that those who helped her would be made ministers md nobles aid bo given vast estates CHAMPION JEFFRIES He Announces That He Will Never Again Enter the Ring Chicago May IGJamos J Jeffries champion heavyweight pugilist of tho world loft Chicago for Los Angeles Cal It hi his nnnouncod Intention to mild a home InJhat city Crippled with rheumatism and suffering Inter ilttently from malarial fever Jeffrie aye ho has put on fighting gloves for the last time and that ho will never igaln outer the ring Jeffries with his brother Jack owns several mining ilolms In Arizona and to these and- o mining In general Jeffries says ho will devoto his time In the future Alleged Trusts to Be Investigated Chicago May 15 Following the present investigation of the packing nduBtrlos by the federal grand jury steps will be taken by the federal au horltles to make an Investigation ot he drug and steel Industries with a View to determining whether the largo Irms In controj of tho bulk ot theso Industries are not violating the anti rust laws The Cases Dismissed Cripple Crgok Col May 15Alsr- iot Attorney Hamlin dismissed tho sacs on the criminal docket against leaders and members ot the Wostern ederatlon of Miners charged with csponslblllty for and participation In tbe Victor riot of June 0 1904 Death of WellKnown Actress Chicago May 15 Jesslo Bartlett avis wife otj Will J Davis the the trlcal manager and wallknown ac ross died suddenly at her homo In thIs city Tho cause of her death was heart disease produced by nephritis 1 INTERESTING STATE NEWSn CARRIER RESCUES WOMAN He Had An Excited Passenger on HI3 Wagon Through a Creek Newport Ky May 13Wltll the water sweeping through Phillips creel with the speed pf a millrace and tht roadbed out of sight Wm A Sprague who carries tho mall between Newport and GrantsLick had a frantic strug gle with an aged wonfait who insisted upon jumping out of his wagon In an effort to reach tho shore He hat to hold to the dashboard whllt ho stopped Into the stream and put ting the woman on his shoulders be- struggled to shore through water uj to his chin The horse balked In the middle ol the stream and he had difficulty It keeping the light wagon from being overturnedWhile was attempting to pacjfy his passenger the moll sack was swept from the wagon and went hurling down stream lie Induced a farmer tc watch his passenger and went in search of It lie found It lodged against a tree that had been uprooted and had tc swim for It Tho letters were soaked and it was difficult to decipher some of them A POSSE AFTER HIM William Shfgle Shot and Killed Henry Murmer a Farmer Owensboro Ky May 1A posse Ir scouring the woods with bloodhounds in this county for William Shlgle who killed Henry Mumer1 at the tat ters farm Murmer was plowing when the man emptied the contents of a shotgun Into his body Tho men dU agreed over some work The coroners verdict was murder In the first do gree Much excitement prevails It the neighborhood over the tragedy Ike Rhea fired two shots at his wife In an effort to end her life Doth bullets went wild but the womani face Is powder burned She had re cently sued for divorce asking for all mony In the sum of = 3000 She 11 leges he is heir to 12000 from the Ogden estate at Lynchburg Va and asks for an attachment on 3000 ol this bequeathmtnt KENTUCKY RED MEN They Voted To Establish a Widows and Orphans Home Frankfort Ky May IV The great council of Kentucky Improved Order of Red Mon In session here voted to establish a widows and orphans home An annual tax of 60 cents was adopt od to create the necessary fund The home will bo located by the next an nual council J H Cook of Montgom ory Ala great guard of the national council installed tho newly elected otricora of Kentucky council THE NEW STATEHOUSE The Commission Is Ready To Receive Bids For Excavating Frankfort Ky May 10 Architect Andrews of Dayton was here in con sultation with tho statehouse commis sion and advertisements for bids for the work of excavating the foundation and basements of the new statehouse will be published Next week all the completed plans and specifications will be shipped here from Dayton and bids for the construction of tho building Itself will then be asked for Freed Brother By Accusing Himself Louisville Ky May HWhen the case of Ben Johnson charged with shooting Orrlo May in a fight over a woman was called In the city court John Johnson Bens brother arose and avowed that he had donethe shoot lug As a result Ben was released and John Is in jail awaiting trial Deal Far Farm Land Henderson Kr May 13Thelnrge- eat real estate deal in years was consummated here It Involved tho slim of 50000 as the consideration for 1 600 acres of fine farming land in this county sold by T 1C Gibbs and wife of New York to James R and Henry- P Barrett of this city Seized the Distillery Louisville Ky May 12 Assistant DIstrict Attorney M H Thacher filed nforrnntfon In the federal court to ob aln Judgment of forfeiture of the harles M Smith Brandy Distillery at iddyville Ky It Is alleged that Smith refilled packages without renewing the tamps Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky May 13On the to acco breaks 102 bhds of burley were ffored at prices ranging from 515 to 960 The number of dark hhds was 146 the prices ranged from 260 to 710 His Wife Missing Covington Ky Slay 13Mrs Bet Ie Rusk 55 of Spring Lake ICy wife ot Capt Rusk contraotClrs missing tad Is believed to be in Cincinnati Sho left homo sovoral days ago and nor huband found a noto saying she had gone forever New Military Company NewpdrtT Ky May 13WTho New port military eompany has organized with the following officers Captain Allfiats THE KENTUCKY DERBY 1 Agile Was An Easy Winner Over s Slow Track Louisville Ky May 11 Movins with a long stealing effortless stride Agile Capt S S Browns beautiful hay colt passed under the wire an easy winner over a sngtr track of the 31st Kentucky Derby Three and a half lengths behind him came Rams Horn on whom tho hopes of Tennes xge and tho blue grass horsemen were fixed TralUng 15 lengths to the rear came Layson from tho stable of T P Hayes With but three starters It was a one horse race The time for the mile and a quarter was 2lu Nearly 20000 people saw the racerun It was the opening day of the spring meeting of the new Louisville Jockey club MAJ J D HARRIS DEAD He Was One of the Oldest and Wealthiest Men in Kentucky Mt Sterling Ky May 13Maj John D Harris one of the oldest and wealthiest men in Kentucky died at his home In Madison county He was prominent in democratic politics In Kentucky and was a candidate for the democratic nomination for governor in 1887 lie was owner of 2500 acres of blue grass land and was well known all over the country WARNER MUST HANG Gov Beckham Has Refused to inter fere In His Case Frankfort Ky May 12Gov Beck ham has declined to interfere with judgment at Louisville sentencing George Warner to hang for assassina tion of Pulaski Leeds master engineer of the Louisville Nashville railroad Warners defense was that he had been blacklisted and refused employment He has attempted suicide H i is to be hanged May 18 next DEBUTANTE STAKES Beautiful Bess From Fred Cooks Stable the Winner Louisville Ky May 12 Beautiful Bess from Fred Cooks stable won the Debutante stake for 2yearold 3l lies at Churchill Downs The Cook filly was aJieavllybacked evenmoney favorite and won easily by three lengths from Ohlyesa Lazeil backed from 20 to 1 to 8 to 1 won the third rare Track heavy AT CHURCHILL DOWNS Lady Toddlngton and Lexington Lead er Carried the Bulk of the Money Louisville Ky May 13Second choices and good things took all save one of the events at Churchill Downs The card was featureless and was runoff over a very muddy track books ant bettors alike being at sea In their calculations Lady Toddlngton and Lexington Leader carried the bulk ot ho public money in their respectlva races CYCLONE VICTIM Young Son of W B Snook Died of His Injuries Louisville Ky May 13 Sydney nook chief deputy In the local cus toms office received a telegram front his brother of Snyder Okla saylns that his fouryearold son Bryant Snook had died of Injuries received In tho cyclone The telegram states hat the rest ot the family are alive A Native of Kentucky Memphis Tenn May 12R W llford organizer ot the present Cotton States league and first president ot the organization died at his Oren llle fMlBalsslppl home The Ue eased was a native of Frankfort Ky whore he leaves many relatives Is Given Life Sentence CovIngton Ky May 11Jas Rus sell charged with stabbing his wife to death was sentenced to servo tho remainder of his life in the pcnlten lary This ends ono of the most ro narkable cases oar heard In the Ken ton criminal courts Given a Life Sentence Harrodsbur Ky May 12Abe cmaree colored who shot and killed Ella Meaux his sweetheart was given a life sentence in the penitentiary letcher Ogle and B W Lockmuller were each given four years They robbed a farmhouse Judge Pences Funeral Cpvlnglun KY May 13 Amid sow row profound and Impressive e Judga Cecil W Penco was consigned to the omb in Highland cemetery Coving ton The funeral was one ot the lire est ever leaving this city Kentuckians Are Elected Kansas City Mo May 13 The nithern Baptist Educational confer enco has elected D W H Harrison president of Bethel Allege Russell llle Ky vice present George W Norton Loulavllle ireasurer Win P larroy Louisville auditor Police Chief Given a Badge Covington Ky May 13Chlof ot ollco Henry B Shuler of this olty WetS the recipient qf a fine badge It- Is of solid gold the regulation size amounted by a large eagle The tv ken la a memento from many friends r 1 AGENCY FOR CANDY JOES Richmond Ky PRODUCECHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at top notch prices by JeS GOTT Depot Street Derca Ky STOP Wearing those old nhoea Bring them to mo and I will make them look like now I am prepared to do all kinds of Shoe Repairing Neatly and Promptly Shop in rear of Gamble House Open every after noon from 2 until 530 Your patron age is solicited L DARIER i G F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night nd day Telephone No4 Bores Ky W M TANKERSLEY Watches Clocks and Jowolry repaired and Cleaned Satisfac tion guaranteed I f mywork is not satisfactory I will do tho work over free of charge BICKNELL ft EARLYS STORE BEREt KENTUCKY Real Estate In Berea Anyone wanting to soil or buy improved or unimproved property in Borea Ky call on J P Bickuell as ho is in tho business I have 40 acres right in tho corporation of Borea which I will sell to anyone who wants to make money on town property WHAT IS WORTH PAINTING- Is worth painting well Then be consistent and use Green Seal Liquid Paint For Sale by Porter Drug Co FOR SALE 28 tons of nice Timothy baled hay GO cents per hundred delivered in or near Borea or 55 cents at tho farm SHELBY C TUDOR Berea Ky Hip Gold ana flllotker The seasons first cold may be slightmay yield to early treatment but the next cold will hang on longer it will be more troublesome too Unnecessary to take chances on that second one Scotts Emulsion is a preventive as well as a cure Take SCOTTS EWULSIOJ when colds abound and youll have no cold Takeit when the cold is contracted j and it checks inflamma tion heals the membranes Of the throat and lungs and drives the cold out Send for free sample SCOTT COWVE Chemists 4094I3 Pearl Street New York SOC nd StOO All druutt F 4 Spring Goods WE HAVE THE NEWEST MOST COMPLETE AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS IN BEREA Spring Goods Are In DRESS GOODS MOHAIRS SERGES FRENCH MADRAS SILK MULLS SILK WAISTING GINGHAMS ORGANDIFS LAWNS PERCALES DRESS LINENS OPERA CREPE AND SUMMER SUITINGS OF ALL KINDS ARE FOUND HERE IN 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 I COYLE HAYES ot I I I I I I I I I I 111 I I I I HII II I I I I I I I I I I I I I t I I tIll I HIt Eastern Kentucky News Ho eoneiponience pabliihei nnlew s1 ned In fan by the writer The same It not for publication tat U an evidence of good faith Write plainly + IIt1IItIIt1Iti HH I i I I I I I MADISON COUNTY PEYTOI4 TOWN May 16Rev T II Broaddus preached tho annual sermon for tho Good Samaritans Sunday Mrs Sal lie Moran and Mrs Mary Fife wont to Cincinnati Sunday to spend the summer Deacon White and sister Mary attended church at New Liberty Sunday Mrs Allenu Rico spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother Rev I Miller preachedat tho church Sunday Lonza preached at Posoms mngdomSun ayMrs Amanda Campbell of Winchester is hero visiting friendsMrs Ellen White is visiting her sister at New Liberty MOTE May lriTho memorial services at Pilot Knob Sunday were attended by a very large crowd Tho ser vices wore introduced by an address entitled Christian Character by 0 P Jackson Mrs Jennie Brown and two sons Bertram and John L from Lowell Garrard Co attended Pilot Knob church SundayMr and Mrs Georgo Moody and sou Dwight L of Paint Lick also attendedIIudson J Powellwho has been very ill for tho past three weeks is slowly improvingMiss- Edna Moody who has been visiting at Richmond for tho past two weeks has returned home Davis Munday formerly of this place has gone to Hamilton Ohio Ho has left many friends behind him to regret his departureOWSLEY COUNTY BOONEVILLE May 13The May term of Cir cult court is In session this week A number of important caHeanroi being triOOTbo Nrfrmal closed Friday last thus giving tho prospective teachers a short vacation before the examination which will be on tho 18th and 10th T P Gabbnrd and D W Mainous have been appointed as examiners Hov Campbell will preach at Union tho first Sunday in Juno at 3 pm Lot all bo present to hear hilnS S by accompaniedhis hero last week on their way homo from Jackson where Miss Addle ha been attending Lees Institutejduring tho past year Undo Steve Gabbard visited the homo of G W Sealo recentybeenreceived in the SpanishAmerican war Morgan Evans of Richmond buyinghorsesNews intended wedding of Arthur Garrett and Miss Lenna Wilson Roberts both of MajorSoveral others of that vicinity intend to embark on tho matrimonial voyage very loonThCow Boll band is in fine practice now II I I I I I I I I 11 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I MENIFEE COUNTY CEDAR GROVE May triTho marriage of Miss May Todd to Jim Richmond is ox pedodsoonMr and Mrs J E McGuiro visited Mr and Mrs M B McGuiro Sunday Farmers in this vicinity liavo about finished planting cornC B Mayas our hustling carpenter has completed tho Macedonia church house Reubio Abnoy visited Roy and Bur rett Martin Sunday Misses Annie and Mattie McGuiro visited Virgia Martin Sunday Mr and Mrs J J Martin attended church at Fair View Sunday ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISPUTANTA May 15Born to tho wife of O M Payno a 12 Ib Iwy Esquire Owens was in Boron Saturday on business Mr W S Shearer lost n good horse last week from distemper Joseph Evans and wife J S Mooro and wife Willie Mullins and wife all celebrated Mr and Mrs R A Swinfords birthday yesterday Miss Ella Lake was Visiting friends on Clear Creek Saturday and Sun day Undo Wallace Clark one of our oldest and best citizens of Rock castlo County passe laway last jveok His remains wero laid to rest in the Bud Abnoy Cemetery He was a member of tho Baptist church anda good Christian worker Milton Abnoy wont to Jellico to work but was brought home by his brother very sickwiththo lever Ho has not been expected to live Charley Phillips of Climax has gono to Hamilton Ohio to spend the summer Wesley Abnoy and wifo were visiting Mends at Johuotta Sunday Andrew Martin was in Disputanta Monday on business ROCKFORD May HJT C Viars is very sick at this writingJ W Todd wont to Borea Monday on business Charlie and John D Thomas anti- C Holman left Monday for Louis vole KyEli Bullen and Alfred Gadd called on Thomas Liuvillc Sunday evening Mr and Mrs A Gaddvisited Mr and Mrs Wm Linvillo SundayMiss Nora Lin RsSaturday and SuudayTho marriage of Tom Linvillo to Miss Frances- Brock is expected at an early date Mrs A T Abney of Disputanta SundayMissesa visited Miss Vergio Martin Sunday Miss Stella Gadd was at Rockford Monday on businessWo wish to correct tho mistake made a few weeks ago of tho marriage C B Mayes to Miss Lou Singleton It was Jim MayesWe d mud now corn will grow and so will the weeds JACKSON COUNTY EVEROREEN May 14Wo nro having lots of rain horoJoo Bark and wifo nlid James Burke anti wife have momi- to Tonn Robert Howard of Boron was horo Monday applying for the Pino Grove school Mrs Sarah A Lake Is very sick Emory Amy lost a fine cow last weokBill Beck found a bunch of sang which waigh ed 4J poundsGathor Phl11x and family visited Walter Martin Sunday Leonard Martin and Green Lake wero nt Mullins Station SatunlaYJ RevDaniol Boom Clemmons preached at Robert Jones Sunday to n very largo crowd Cash Griffon has gone to Estill county to visit friends Archio Bundy has como hack to Thomas JonesMrs Louisa GrifToi had a hundred panels of fence burn od last week- ECONOSIIC IIOUSEPAINTING Does not depend upon buying the cheapest paint without regard to quality There are some paints which cost less than Green Seal but they are more expensive in tho long run For Salo by Porter Drug Oo I Kentucky Flashes I SHERIFF SUES JUDGE- I iHe Was Forced To Pay 170 To Keep Out of Jail For Contempt Frankfort Ky May 17 flhorllt A G Jolters of Franklin county fllod watt In tho Frnuklln circuit court to recover 170 which Circuit Judgo It Frank Peak required him to pay Into the Anderson circuit court na ho nl leged arbitrarily and unlawfully to prevent his bolnp Incarcerated In the county Jall of Anderson county for contempt of court Ho WIllS nilwl for contempt for failure to collect on an execution when the Judgment had been ordered by Gov Deokhnm respited for a period of 12 months and for the ad ditional reason that the parties against whom the judgment was taken were Insolvent State Auditor linger was made a party dofenifant the money having boon reported to his depart mont by tho trustee of jury tend for Anderson county KENTUCKY DENTISTS Dr Henry Pirtle of Louisville Was Elected President Lexington Ky May 17The J4th annual convention of the Kentucky State Dental nssoctatton was brought to a oloso hero with the election of tie following omcors for the ensuing rar President Henry Pirtle LouUvtlle vice president Max M IHiIe Loess yule secretary W M Randall Lou isville treasurer F n Wilder Lou lavlllo board of truMeoa N T Ya gor Loulsvlllo U F Huffman lexI- ngton M II Dalloy Paris The board of trustees were empowered by the association to recommend J W Juwott of Rmlninca and J C Mont genie of Bllaabethtown to be ap pointed by Gov Deckhom aa members of the tate board of examiners BOX OF VALUABLE PAPERS Was Recovered After Being Hidden For 41 Years Mt Sterling Ky May nnev Ed word O Querrant tho ovangollut has returned to his homo after a trip to Virginia In search of a box of valuable papers ho hid during tho civil war 41 years ago Tho papers wore very Im portant and wore hidden by Guorrant who was adjutant general under Gen John Morgan to prevent Gen Phil Sheridan from obtaining them Tho box was hid at Roanoke Va and was found after all these years In the possession of a son of tho man with whom they wore left They aro high ly prized by Dr GuorranL- ANTIMOB LAW BTU SIGNED Was Introduced By the Only Colored Member of Illinois Legislature Springfield III May 17ov Do neon signed the antimob law bill Introduced by Edward D Green of Cook county tho only colored member ot tho last general assembly Tho bill provides for vacation by proclamation of tho sheriffs ofllca whoa that olfl clal allows a prisoner to bo taken front him and lynched and provides for a tine of 1000 for participator In u lynching mob GEN GOMEZS CONDITION Operation NecestaryTo Arrest Threat cued Gangrene Santiago Cuba May 17Tho family of Gen Maximo Gomez who Is criti cally 111 have arrived hero accompan ied by doctors from Havana After a consultation It was agreed that an op oration was necessary to arrest the threatened gangrene Ho Is suffering but his condition Is reported favorable Tho Russians Reinforced London May 17Tho Dally Tele graphs correspondent at Toklo re ports tho reinforcement of tho Rues at Posslct Day owing to armyoThe same correspondent says that on May 6 Japan sent a third strongly worded protest to France on tho nail trality question Valuable Painting Found Hcldolburg May 17A llfoslzo bust picture by Albrecht Ducrer of tho Sa vior crowned with thorns has been found In tho houso of an obscure real dent ot Offenburg Tho canvass bears Duerers monogram gnu the dato 1624 1 Carriage Satisfaction Here IIBuggies Phaetons Runabouts GracefulUseful Comfortable bodyfinishcarriages invariably give No better place to buy than I1ERI No bottor Umo to buy than NOW Prices down to Hook bottom Qualities up to Top notch We repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C P HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Miss Lidia Isaacs Tins bought Williams outfit nail is now proimrod to do PRESSING AND CLOANNO Mending also neatly dono Iritts rhusunnble House on Right Nand Side of Center St Surries Traps Durable Stylish repaint PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE Meals Lodging ENGLE n n u- u OHIO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURQERW Departmontof Dentistry University of Cincinnati Central Avenue and Court Street Cincinnati Ohio i This College was organize 1 in UHf and the COth nnnunl csaon begin October Urd UH 5 Throo sessions of seven months each are i required for graduation Tide is the first Dental College established twentyinstructorsunsurpasedOptical i For further information and announce uonLaddrea II ASM ITII D US Dean 1 1C Garliold Place Cincinnati Ohi- oooeoiopotlceosoeoeoeoeoeoioioleceoeoeototlodoeoeoeoeotll n CINCINNATI LAW SCHOOL ie Law Department of time University of Cincinnati a 2 Eitabllihtd I33 HAS 3500 GRADUATES o- e Now building and equipments with nil modern convonloncoa S Latest and most approved methods of Instruction with n splendid o corps of toachem e Three coins i loading to degree of L L B Tlia 71th of this School opens September SOlh 1U0oFor Announcements and further Information ncidrras W P ROGERS o o Cincinnati Law School CINCINNATI OHIO 0 0ooooooooonnooo ooooo8oocoo DR MOFFETTS lures Cholera Infanfum ECTH1KG pOWDERS HBI TEETHING Emr Cess taly 25c Briggisfs or mall 25c to C J J10FFETT M DrySI Louis Mo Mother Hesitate longer but save tho health and life of your child as thousands have dono by giving thosopowdeis TCKTHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts over cemes the effects of the heatupon toothing children IrKorliealth 222 South Peoria St CUICAOO ILL Oct 7 1902 Eight months 020 I WIUI to ill that I WIUJ compelled to liB orall down nearly an the time My stomach was to weak and upset that I could keep nothing on and I vomited frequently I could not urinate without great- pain and coughed to that throat and lungs were raw and sore The doctors pronounced it Bright disease others said it was consumption It mattered little to mo they tailed it and I had no de to live A sister riiited me from St Louis and asked mo if 1 had over tried Wine of Cardui 1 told her I Iliad not and she bought a bottle I believe that it lifo I believe many women could save much suffer lug if they but knew of ita value v Dont you want freedom from pain Take Wine of Cardui and make one supreme effort to be well You do not need to be a helpless luffercr You can have a womans health and do a womans work in life Why not secure a bottlo of Wine of Cardul from your druggist today a WINECARDUI h PAINT INSURANCE You may have fire tornado and 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