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HIIIIIiIIfHMIDEREA L 0 HINMAN I Entered alIA rat o0ta at roam Maa HHHHM I+H z vat vi A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 25 1905 One dollar a year NO lpEAS Tim noblest wirvlco comes irons nhlnoleflH hands and the best servnti dues Ills work iinseeuOurrHVii llnhncK Dont believe the world owes you n yotlllothinHItWiiril mOil want Is nortnlont It is purpose In other words not tub power to achieve hut the will to labor Lytloh FROM THE WIDE WORLD It Is Hinted thai threequarters of a thlplablIOIIITho now Hritlsh battleship Africa of 1GU 0 tons Ivan launched nl Chatham dockyards uhnll II eJl t Grn uqth h rtIllmnn cumr It hllleMjiulancc May 20 StIetentburgthat Vladivostok td ofwumu command of military tad nnvnl ojxirnliouH A vorkmnn with nlranib lu his pocket Ktiiiulilcd and fell on the street in Tho1omboxplorlalkilling and demolishing a nearby cafe 1t Dcloncle mcmlKir of the Fronch Chamber of Deputies for ImloChiim lout nods n n i ort to tho jCommlttwj on Nnvnl A Ifalnt urging lliolnnnodinti strengthening the tlll na of dofunw tho provliut against the porllof n Jnpnnvm invasion IN OUR OWN COUNTRY holdngtheirlas Tuxn Andrew Cnruegle has given AVel lenloy College 125000 for tho rrec Non of n library Mrs MAr A Llr rmor limo well known writer and reformer died at hor homo nt Mulratto Mass It Is reported that John D Rooko fuller Jr will gilt out of Standard Oil lccnuHt of lift methods VTw President Fairbanks will ro prunont tho President at the opening xplAltionJUliO Not n tmco hUll leOn found of tho thrttf diamonds worth 00000titoan frt uyho tttJrkwM j8U Tlffuny fow York Senator Clarks grout Doll tor mluo Cmll1lthoIlvoi wero 01MUmhl The 1011Ivoted lu favor of union with the Cuinlxirlund Pnwbytorlaiis Tho biennial statement of Presi dent harper of the University of Chicago shows that Institution to Iw north olowj to IU100000 The President is wild to Ira alarm lllnt tho undesirable class of Itn maylayDbwion sou Gladstone Dtnvio and Judge Harm n legal adviser have Hecured options on 700000 autos of lain in Mexico fat tho purpose of eslnlillhliing n colony thoro similar to that at Zion City III I Demands backed by a threat to ntrlko mya been mndo by foundry workers of Now York Kings Kicli inond and Ycstchostur counties ClyHHZllhttJr COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho Hrv Benjamin It DigAthfTI tho uotwl Mountain evangelist died iu Lexington Monday The lion George Lincoln former Judge ol the Court of Common Pleas nt London 0 died from the Directs of a full At tho opening of the lironlhitt it MontlayJudgoto hear oxpnwsiona front nil citizens in determining the question of having troops present nt this term of courtThomas A Neviim of New York President of the United States Gas Coal and Coke Company of Sturgis today purchased the Trnduwnierr Coal and Coke Company time linker II Company near VheutcrofJ mill about 25000 norM of coal land in this section The price iwiid was i 500000 I Sam Jolt and MORO Foliner have qtioRiddloCourt asking for military protection when they go to Jacknou to answer agalnetlI bo killed uiilotw furnished n guard and both have filed petitions for change of venue The affidavit supporting time petitions allegro limit under oxlstlng conditions it will ho I Impossible for thom to secure n fuirfi trial in Breathitt county V t MatterTHE CITIZEN 1 GAS LEASE FIGHT Mayor Weaver Dismissed From Ofllco Two Principal Mem bers of II is Cabinet IS IN THE FIGHT TO THE BITTER END Political Rattle IrXow bn That Will Uo Carries to the loUsIIn November The Mayor Has Called In as Counsel rImerPh lelpbla May 24ln his effort to defeat the consummation of the plan to lease the city gas works to the United Ons Improvement Co for 75 years for 25000000 Mayor Weaver dismissed from office the two princi pal members of his cabinet and thereby delivered a staggering blow to the dominant political orgnnlzatlon of this city which Lau caused prdbably the greatest sensation In Uio history of Philadelphia municipal affair While the citizens were expecting some sort of a move on the part or the mayor I they were not prepared for the Iinme djato removal from ofllco of David J Smyth the director of the department of public safety and Voter B Costolio the director of the department of pub lie works The mayor has announced hat he Is In the fight to the bitter euil which means that a great political bat tie Is now on and will bo carried tit the polls next November In hIs fight nRHlnKt tho gas lease and the ropub lloan organization the mayor has call od In as counnol Kllhil Root of Now York and fonnor Judge James Gay OofdonTof this city Judge Gordon Is a democrat New Directors Appointed The removal of Directors Smyth and CotKMlo did not dime until after the mayor hail asked them to resign Ini mediately In ropey each sent a letter to tho mayor offering his resigns lion to take effect when his suoaasnor shall be quallftod The mayor answered them by demanding thou Im mediate rc Jon The answers the directors returned wore to tho effort tkntrthoy had tendered their resigns How lu the usutil form andJu a ord hoe with tho prerlnlong of the olty barter and that they would stand by them as tendered Alter the removals had been an nounced tho nraynr mode public the mmm of tuennon he had selected for the plaoM They are 061 Sheldon Potter to nil limo office of director of public infct ad Interim lull A IJn coin Acker to bo director of the de partment ofj publlo works ad Interim Tho flint over the form of resigns tan was art Important one In that the now directors can only be qualified by the confirmation of councils which Is controlled by the orgialztUlon Wilt Councils Confirm Appointments It Is not llfaely that city councils will conform the mon ap polntcd by the mao hut they will hobs the ofllco ad Intortm Neither Mayor Weaver nor tho removed men would make a statement aa bo tho spcctflc reason tor tho changes bcyomC tho general statement that the proposed lease of the gas works was tlie cause of It The orpin Italian to a man was In favor of the lease while the mayor was unaltera lily opposed to It He was utterly Ig nored In the transaction and he has been urged by the new8npera and re forum organizations to sclo the ordl wince passed by oouncIBa last Thurs tiny This ho hams announced ho would do In tho meantime Iw biuugbtiovery influence to bear on couudhnon to sus lain him In his veto Im title hot had little suocosi Tao two directors re fused to use their lluflucnro to help him andthla led tho mayor to ask She directors for their fresfenHikmfj- Hvorx request of the lIar for delay In the matter ttf pjwsinc the gate lease Ordinance mote with rctfosal on the iirt of council Inn addition to Ibis when the gas Jms M was sussed last week both Urmndient of councils passed over the mUYOrHJ veto jght bullet of minor lmpoxtaueolthmat ho tend returned that day Ordltarlly vctws are laid over for at least I a week LIQHTTNINGS PRANK 1 Exploded Turpentine and Scattered Burning Fluid Over Children Huntsville AIR May 24 lightning played a curtails and fatal prank lit the homo of Nfourls gctty a weaver of the Rowe cotton mill A bolt of light fling struck the hons Jind descended time chimney to line mantel where It exploded a bottto of turpentine nail scattered tho blhzlng fluid over tho children In fromt of the fire place One of the children died a short time later and others and In a tBrlou jundltlon Removed From the Service Washington Way 24 George C Holden a purl office Inspector who has been on duty In pmihdelplrtn has been removed frpm Ohe isorvlce lie was suspended sttme lime ago Inl con nectlon with tie Invustlgntlan in the Storey Cotton ICO when hoacknowl tded BiceBtlnjj a Vonn frpm a mom 1 WILLREOPENWARAll Chicago lenmstelstStlO 1 Have Disappeared Jli LUMBERMENS DRIVERS GO OUT1 The Posilbllllles For Increased Riot Injr Are Vastly Enlarged by the Spread of the Strike 4 I 1 Preparations Were Made Fora Prompt Response By National Guards and a Large Consignment of Riot L Cartrides Received fcy 1HZ Il 9Apearodisappeared and It will be open war from this time on The last contort since looking toward a peaceable ad juHtment was hold between James ft Harry business agent of tho S1 Drivers union and time local nlU1ageri of tile seven express companies IJU news Agent harry opened the negdn5 ttons by saying Oar position Is this I want alf tho men reinstated except thoso whim callIotIs what tho local officers hate toll ii to demand That Is all I eon do TUOJ men me that all want to 1ItThe reply of the rcpresentaUvsgjfc the express companies was brief was 4 a Our opposition to the relnstatomchj of the men willbe the same years from now aa It Is today Wo will n take thorn book under any tI1 olrounj- jstances1 This brought tho conference to- close land all pjirtlos concerned In It Immediately left the city Mil tSpread ofthe Strike l The spread of the strike was not as largo as was anticipated Four hilrit tired and sixtytwo drivers em ploy wl by 28 tinny belonging to tho Inmbej mon association wont out In each case the men wore ordered to make deliveries to boycotted houses and + usual strIke followed It Is expecl- Athat the full number of QOHti tiupU y d by thou Mtti biK will soon be on strike With the union drivers employed by the lumbermens association on strike It will be only a nntter of a short time until outside unions will become Involved In the trouble Just as soon as the building material on hand now has been used up and an attempt is made lo make deliveries with nonunion drlv en the other labor unions employed on lira work will order their men to refuse to handle nonunion material Unless the strike Is settled within a short time the carpenters stone ma sons and other amllated organizations are hound to beoomo involved In the difficulty The possibilities for Increased riot Ing are vastly enlarged by the spread lot the strike to tho lumber district The territory which generally goon un der this designation exteiida along the river front east to west about three and a half miles and for probably a mile to the north and south of the stream t- Will Call For Troops It has therefore been determined that at tho first outbreak of rioting such as marked the strike ton days ago a call wlHTie nthdton Gov De noon for militia Barrett sailoutbreak At the first of trouble which In any way approaches the rIot- Ing we have had I shall call for troops I will do everything In my power tc maintain order but the minute it gets beyond my control I will appeal to the governor and the troops will be on the ground within less than two hours The troops which wlh bo first ordered out If the necessity arises compose the first brigndn of the Illinois Nation al guard commanded Brig Gen George M Moulton It comprises the First Second Seventh and Eighth reg- Iments of Infantry the last being n colored regiment and the First real ment of cavalry In alt about 4OOG men Every precaution tins been made tom a prompt response by the national guards and a large consignment oi riot cartridges has been received These differ from the ordinary rifle bullets In that they contain three buckshot each In plac of the single steel bullet Rear Guard Fighting Toklo May 24hmpurlal army head uartens reporting the day says The Itiisslan cavalry which detoured to ward Fakumen from the right bank of Uie Mao river was frequently defeated by our rear guards Four Hundred Mutes erlshed St Louis May 21Four hundred mules wore burned In a 100000 fire In the National stock yards In East St Louts Between 900 and 1000 mules were In tho stables which burned IXHilsvlllo Ky May 24 AlanaDale equaled the track record for seven furlongs at ChurChlll Downs covering the distance In 12C flat and easily homing Bad News and White Plume A largo crowd was lu attendance SOUTHERN STATES The Opening Session of the In dustrlnl Parliament in the National Capital ELEVEN STATES REPRESENTED An Appeal to lie Undo For tho Removal of the Revenue Tax on Tobacco 1the Put 80 Years the Americana People Engaged In Farming Have Dwindled From 76 To 35 Per Cent of Population if Washington May 24Eleven states Alabama Arkansas Georgia Flori da Mississippi North Carolina South Carolina Tennessee Texas West Vir ginia and Virginia are represented by delegates In the Southern Industrial parliament wlilon Logan Us sessions here There are aso present repre sentatives from New York Phlladel phla and Baltimore who are Interested In the objects of which the parliament was called which includes the ex change of ideas regarding matters of importance to the development of the southThere was a number of addresses including one by Willet N Hays the assistant secretary of agriculture who gave assurances bat the department I af agriculture and agricultural Institutions cotld be counted on to join any large effective movement better log the conditions surrounding farm ers and home makers Mr Hays said I In the past 80 years the American people engaged in farming had dwin dled from 76 to 35 per cent of the whole population but In the south about 57 per cent are so engaged Immigration To the South Addresses were made by W W Lumpkin of Columbia S c M V Hlchards of tho Southern railway who discussed mainly Immigration to the south and Dr Charles A Cary of the Alabama agricultural college who urged steps to exterminate the fever among the cattle and advocated that the southern people raise more livestock particularly for beef purposes An appeal was made by John S Cun ningham president of the Tobacco Growers association of North Caroli na that flffojjjji be made for removal of the revenue taxon tobacco as a war measure lender that measure he de j clared the tobacco Industry has paid Into the national treasury Immense sums and that Its operation has been tho QAU80 of breaking up and destroying tobacco factories In Richmond Danville and other southern cities SWITCHMENS UNION fl Frank T Hawley of Buffalo N Y ReElected Grand Matter Indianapolis Ind May 4Frank T Hawloy of Buffalo N Y was reelected grand master of the Switch mena Union of North America on the first ballot by the national convention of the organisation which is in ses Hlon here Opposing Mr Hawley was John T McMillan mayor of Ashta hula O All of the other old officers of the lodge werb elected with the exception of first and third grand masters The officer for this yeare are Grand Master Frank T Hawley first vice grand masfer S E Hcberlfhg ofBuf Palo second vice grand master J K Conner of Chicago thirdVlce grand muster A ifurshberger Plttaburg grand secretary and treasurer M R 1lch Duffalo SUNDAY BALL PLAYING Opinion Given By the Corporation Counsel May Stop It In Brooklyn Now York May 24An opinion given by Corporation Counsel Delaney to Police Commissioner MoAdoo may put an end to Sunday baseball by profes sional teams In Greater New York The corporation counsel finds that i Sunday baseball playlnfby profession als Is Illegal and that any profession al taking pirt in such a game shpuld be arrested and tried for violation of the Sunday law Regarding baseball genies where no admission Is charged but whore programs are sold the opin ion says that arrests may be made Just the same as If admissions were charged PLEADED GUILTY Two Years Added To August W Ma I chens PrisonSentence Washington May 24 August W Machen under sentence of two years for hIs connection with postal frauds pleaded guilty to an additional Indict ment in which ho Is charged jointly with Crawford and lorenz with con spiracy In tho purchase of letter carrier satchels and was at once sentenced to an additional twoyears im prisonment National Tuberculosis Sanitarium Atlantic City N J May 2Or AIL Warner president of the National Fraternal Congress appeared before the supreme council Royal Arcanum and appealed for funds for the nation al tuberculosis sanitarium In Now +I+HIIHI+ HHHHH Sixteen Departments Eight Pages 49 by for t S i 4 4 IJ 1uobrA 1t eatte twMiutttei4a t- J + CAPITA Ssuwnus ttdOoo May 4 1 1905 i U tI4 C ARE tWE JUSTIFIED 1 Perhaps wo ought to be catiefiodw- itthpreeenturaolievements t Bu t you i knowlthe more a man gets lta more ho tI wants i This being true J we are then t justified in soliciting new busitness and especially sos1neewe 1 are so well equipped to handle it j- Accuracyandt promptness safetyt and liberality are the marked features t of our business + Wo invite you to tryus 4 c 4lI Cashier 4t + + h0 + + o- r0 0s0ror0r05O oo 0rouor0rOIolror0t0OOPO50V0OorovoI hto 6- a 0o 0a 0 Look hare new customer I ttc jnr iV 1t oWe Have a new line ofc o 0 iia Y And are prepared to offer the buyers ao oao o solicit your spring trade on the represen S ooo Ve carry a full line of mansfand ladies ooo quality of goods for the price ndour oofi t 0 t THE NEW CASH STORE 0 C C RHODUS Prop o sx 0o Y o ao o OieDil0il0itOSe0g0t10S10 1O1t0110it010 0itS0it0i10A0tSOt10A0A0 t0t0it0il This Way Sinners A word alxnirtho flour you useOBELISK GOLD MEDAL flour ii tnndo by special process of aeration In the manufacture thQ flour jstock passing through the various machines is constantly agitated and subjected to currontsof cool purified nir This not only makes the minute flour particles sharp and granular hut also keeps the ntacliiilo system I sweet anti sanitary There is no possibility of diist or foreign matter in tho flour Time mills are at all times as clean and neut as n furst class restaurant You call buy this flour in bags at 70 cents or in bar rels at 575 at Welchs 1 r L THE HEALTH OF NATURE My soul has wandered long in paths of dcubt Seeking In vain for aught that satisfies Longing for some strong hand to lead mo out From all the darkness and the vanities Thick set about my path for I have seen MX brightest hopes death stricken In their youth The pllecus sadness of the might have vThe and truth Until my heart grows sick within my- breast And Life seems but a game wherein all men Are rudely tossed by Fate In sportive jutAnd marked with scars they never lose again But when the voice of Nature speaks to the- From jail her hills and all her beauteous woods Blddlpg my heart rejoice and when I see The grandeur of her evervarying moods The trees uplifting mighty arms of green The clouds that lacelike across the blueeThe softly flowing river and the sheen Of flowers In every beauteous fqrm and hue Or when the voice of thunder rolls along Reverberating mongst the ancient hillsAnd lightning lances dart the clouds among My soul forget Its petty cares and Ills Ahl then my stormtossed heart that erst did go Joyseeking through a world of care and pain And found not Joy but only bitter m3oDroops wearied upon Natures breast again There to entreat her kindly hand to nurse Tile cruel aching woundsFor what am 17 An atom In the boundless universe A bit of driftwood on Lifes shore tossed high By Times grays heaving ocean stretch Ing far Beyond my sight Into Eternity What matters It If many a stain and sear Mark the short life that has been given meT And yet In Gods own Image was I wrought With soul all stainless sent into the world To do my part and if I bring Him naught But come with empty hands and banner furled Unto Ills Judirmontseat at close of day With soul all sullied in the mire of sin With all Ills Rifts despised flung away Ah how in that day shall I answer Him Cozier Mass Re JlubllcanI The Iron- BrigadeA STORY OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC By GEN CHARLES KING Aitkorol orm iH ItTh C4lo r I DtUf hUr rd rrifM XM Copjritat 1XB br Q W Dllllngbun Co Ch AFTER XXVIII CONTINUED I could not help It he began You must know how I love you and when I heard =Heard and up went the hands In Impotent wrath and protest How dare youlisten Ohl Dont I know what but then the torrent of her words was stemmed by the sight of the changing light In the deep blue eyes and all In a second she saw them cloud- Ing again as In pall and amaze they had clouded the bitter night of her Impetuous inexcusable attack two years agone Yes and his face was paling his lips setting lie was see ing her again as time and again In minds eye he must have seen herunjust ungrateful unreasoning in face of all that he had done and en dured for her and for those she loved And thenQ heaven with pain dis appointment yet with conviction conviction that she was after all not the Rosalie be had loved and worshiped in spite of herself but the Rosalie she really wasproud passion ate ungrateful unjust yes utterly unworthyhe had dropped his strong hands and was slowly turning surely turning away Now he would go and never dream how she had prayed for forgiveness utid Jor him and for tho time when she could tell him all And now ho had come all unannounced and had startled and stunned her anti heard heard her weak unmaldenly words and ab there was the rub would think would surely think that she knew he was there and so was only acting a part to lure him back Oa the shame the bitter shame of It But none the less was ho going and fills time It might he for good and all It was more than she could bear It was the last and cruelest stroke of the evil fate that had so long hounded and pursued her It broke the last prop of her stubborn womanly pride her longtried falling strength and for the flrat time In her daring fearless resolute life Queen Rosalie threw tout nerveless groping hands for aid and sudden as the stroke of heaven went crashing down O blessed sun that sank behind the ridge and would not soe l 0 blessed songsters that trilling their last good night would suffer no other sound 0 wise old pyramus to wander off beneath the blossoming trees and glvo place to him who sprang too late to seize who knelt ojid defiant of hygienic laws lifted the bonnie swooning head clasped again tho now pliant yielding oral pressed kiss aft er kiss upon the soft unresponsive but unresisting lips and plead and prayed and called on heaven and on her until with faint sigh the fluttering breath returned bid then tho dark eyes slow ly ojwcd and one moment seemed ready agate to blaze with the battle fire of the south but that presently took refuge beneath the white flag of their own longlashed lids and with another sigh with a soft glow stealing slowly up over rounded throat andI cheek and even to the snowy tho beautiful humbled face turned fair ly toward him and burled itself in the blue of the broad shoulder Like that ofAppomattox It was the surrender of utter exhaustion S They were standing two hours later In the dusk of the old portico Thcro had been a blessed yet almost solemn meeting at tho bedside of the aging father and all the story of that la mentable month two years earlier with many a tear had been told With the squiro and Elinor returned to tho west there was no ono to warn them against McKlnnon who from the very first had seemed to gain the guileless doctors confidence It was Chlltons DOES THIS LOOK LIKE ITT childlike belief that every wellman nered man was a gentleman until proved otherwise and It was not long before McKlnnon knew all about them and all about Jack It bad been Rosa lies growing belief that her aunt must have had help and that Squire Benton or his son was the helper but at the last her father amazed her with the ad mission that he had given his personal note to McKinnon for money to be sent to Jack and for other needs Lit tle by little her intuitive aversion to the man had given way before Ma apparently unobtrusive courtesies Ho had never hinted at such a thing as a quarrel with the Bentous father or son He never referred to them ex cept guardedly until Ladues recapture and Jacks narrow escape Then he had told her aunt to whom ho had been kindness and helpfulness Itself that tho plan was known to the secret service that Benton and Laduo had been still in covert correspondence that Laduo wished to make it appear that he was striving to rejoin his regiment while In point of fact he planned to be again captured and confined where he could escape the dangers of the battlefield and the expedition to capture him and Jack was guided by Information furnished by Benton him self Benton who had seen under a cloud and hoped by the capture of con federate officers to win his way back to favor Rosalie had indignantly refused to believe at first had even had a fierce verbal affray with the major who brought the Virginian Jennings to prove a truth that as McKInnon put it he never thought could reach her ears or it should never have es caped these lips An eloquent man was McKinnon and music was In his voice and mischief in his soul Benton had planned he said to capture Jack and Jennings there stood ready to swear to it Then before she had time to recover herself she had been ush ered into that cozy parlor and had come face to face with the man who filled her thoughts It all looked like design on his part and in her wrath and doubt and bitter trouble she had hurled her accusation and fled But long before Ladues visit to Charlottes ville she had begun to suspect both McKinnon and Jennings After his coming she had known no moment of peace yat how could she write or tell him whom she had so outraged Of what use f llll He would forgot It and herIn course of timeDoes this look like ItT asked Ben toriThey were standing by the open doorway She had brought down to him the beautiful sash he had left with her when he rode away for this very night he must return to Gordonsvlllo and join his chief for the mornings march Meantime lie had been wind- Ing It about her the silken folds cling ing to the dainty white dimity and now having thrown the tasseled ends over his arm had seized her soft hands and was looking down fondly wonder ingly In that almost unreallzlhg un believing bliss of newly requited love Does this look like Itthat for two years I should have been making every effort to reach you only to be stormed at as if I had sinned past pardon in having clasped youhere and rais ing her little hands he held them firmly upon his breast the creamy white upon the dusky blue Then one hand being quite big enough for that pur pose he stole his right arm round her and drew her closer The sound of sloW measured footfalls and soft voices could be faintly heard along tho shaded street Somo of her coterie were surely coming to snout the ap proaches If not actually to seek the presence of their erstwhile queen Not that they would Interrupt for worlds They only wished to see And through the summerllke stillness of tho night afar down at the railway station the sputtering hiss of steam told that the Iron horse was waiting Impatient for tho start It may bo weeks before I mulmuredvoice A swift upward glance of thoughIbut for an Instant there was something so compelling in the glow of his Then said hn speaking and bonding lower Thcn what she murmured per slstlngly insistent on being told though her head drooped again ThenIts time fdr sometoken of surrender is it not And now looI Ing tho little hands leaving them self clasping on his breast he wound the other arm about and drew her closer NI she dimpled her soft check sinking on her own hands her tiny car catching the loud beating flutterlnglInsmiling When a coldler surrendersi ho gives up his sword a surrenders she should give upher lips and holding her more firmly be bent yet lower seeking with wordless eagerness the sweet symbol that he craved But she nestled closer still whero ho could not see her glowing face and the answer came half stifled after a moment of shy silence Youre not magnanimous like your commander He would not touch the sword of Gen Lee I sealand this very you prefer that I should belikeI Gen Grant No answer verbal at least Even queens are women and would be wooed He should be made to know this even when both heart and lips said yield But the fates were against her Silvery laughter and soft voices sounded close at hand now Ah some wore haply even In the shadow of the great surrender since there were still loved ones left for the sweet home comingIt Georgia whispered Benton and as I live Kate Falconer Theyll be hero in a minute and Ill be gone Rosalie do you remember that night three years ago when you said now or never One moment of fluttering heartbeat of latent still smoldering rebellion then at lastsurrender Slowly and with downcast eyes the queenly head was raised Ono swift look into his glowing face and tho whlto arms stole about his neck the rosy mouth uplifted and meeting tho fervent pres sure of those bearded eager lips in its own sweet way gave answer LENVOLIThree years of 68 we were steaming back through Mississippi sound en route for New Orleans by way of the Rlgolets It was an exquisite morning and the land breeze was laden with the fragrance of the magnolias and soft with the balsam of the southern pine The steamer darted swiftly through the placid blue waters bearing among other passengers a little party of officers and ladles returning from a brief visit to Mobile Carver was there captain and brevet lieutenant colonel in the regular service and still with Hancock who was then commanding the Department of the Gulf Benton was there holding like rank with his old friend of the staff and with Ben ton on the upper deck was Rosalie looking fondly Into his face at times then again with earnest Inter eeL on another pair talking In low tones together at the bows It had been a solemn pilgrimage this mission to Mobile They had gone thither to lay away all that was mortal ot Paul Ladue transferred from the rocky banks of the little stream In faraway Pennsylvania to the shady nook where all night long In the moonlight the mocking bird sang In this land of his boyhood and his devoted love Gathered about his final resting place were few indeed of hie kith and kin but the tempered sunshine fell on fair women and brave men of both north and souththe blue and the grayall enmity stilled please God forever And of those who stood with teardimmed eyes as a bugler of the Eleventh Alabama sounded the sol diers lullaby over the freshheaped mound Elinor Benton had laid a little spray of lilies of the valley on the lowering casket It was a graysleeved arm for the old uniform was seen on one or two veterans that drew her gently away and led her bowed and reverent from the burial of her earliest love It was the same arm on which she was loaning now ns she stood gazing down upon the dancing waters under the forefoot and It was on these two Elinor and brother Jack that Queen Rosalie looked with brimming eyes then questioning up Into her stalwart husbands face But for whom did not Queen Rosalie scheme and plan Was It not she who when tho Pelhams had to part with old Pyramus sold a precious ring to buy him Was It not she who Sound Place after place among the officers for young Pomp well nigh spoiled In the exaltation of being his own master Was it not she who pleaded for Hector faithful to her hus band through many scones yet some times lax in duty through tho fascina tions of New Orleans The old home at Charlottesville had gone to other bands after the doctors peaceful death In CO Jack had previously settled down to hard work in New Orleans and like many another manful young Southron was winning his own way In tho paths of peace Life seemed vested with new interest to him how ever since the coming early in the winter of Aunt Elinor to stand spon sor on a very Interesting occasion and If Rosallo Benton had a wish still un gratified it was one that bade fair soon to be numbered with others of the past Her soldier Fred was proud and happy in his profession a suc cess despite all prophesies of Stantoa to the contrary and all pleadings ot the squire to quit and learn the law Het baby fay had no peer in army circles In thn south Her brother after one serious Illness during tho yellow fever the previous autumn was In the best of health and the height of hope and spirits Always n frequent visitor at their bright army home at tho old barracks ho had become practically a day boarder as ho expressed it since the advent of Aunt Elinor The war that left Its scars on so many a soldier frame seemed to have bequeathed no bitterness to the men who battled In the field They that fought so man fully In the smokeshrouded ranks either blue or gray had no stomach for the postbellum warfare waged in congress and convention by unterrlflcd orators of the McKlnnon typemen- so seldom heard of on the fighting line that only when the war was over did we begin to realize the valorous zeal that burned unquenchable in their breasts McKlnnon had gon no more to the old home city He scored bril liantly a while In Georgia after the war prominent In tho bureau ot freedmen refugees and abandoned lands then went to congress on the carpetbag ticket but only for a term We heard of him In Mexico in C9 head of some colonization scheme that soon dwindled Into smoke then lost track of him entirely As for the old brigade the tow ro maining forms are bent the beards are thinned and grizzled the old and honored leaders have almost all been gathered to their fathers only one or two of those that rising with it won the star of command still move and have their being But as year follows year the few survivors gather to tell again the tales of Gainesville Gettys burg and tho awful wilderness and to crown with love and loyalty the names of those that made them and led and lived with them through all that he role struggle for national life there rings over a sentiment second only to the faith and fealty they owe the flacboundless is their belief In the men that wore the blue boundless also b their soldier admiration for the mop that wore the gray TUB END PROOF OF HER CONSTANCY Widow Sever Felt Quite night tf tN All Her llnitmndi lUna Were Welded Yes the widow answered accord ing to the Baltimore Sun glancing down at her pretty plump white hands as she rocked complacently back and forth my ring is rather broad I know You see I have been widowed three times and I used to wear my wedding rings in turn first Johns for a few days then I would put on Edwards and then I would wear the ring Robert gave me But 1 fever felt quite happy When I was wearing Johns ring I felt somehow as though I was disloyal to Edward and Robert When I put on Edwards ring I felt unhappy because I seemed to bo neglecting John and Robert and when It Mme 11C1e to take off that ring and give Roberts ring its turn Ifelt an though I was disloyal to my first and ecoud Fin ally I solved the problem by having all three rings welded together- It does make rather a broad band she said holding up her left hand and looking at the circlet in question but then you see It makes me feel that I am being constant to all three of them Jnit a Reminder A doctors manservant came to announce n patient who was unfavora bly known as a wealthy skinflint in solent and overbearing withal slid a notoriously bad payer The doctor ordered the patient to be shown in and offered him a chair in such a position as to be In full view of a skeleton standing In one corner of the room Alit excclalmcd the patient some what scared a skeleton Yes sir replied the doctor It U that of one of my deceased patients He never would pay his fees and no I was compelled to sue the relatives for his bones- I will step In again presently Good morning doctor gasped the patient and hastily retired Next morning the doctor received payment in full of his longstanding acccount Smiths Weekl- yVnnppreclatre Nosald Fogg its no use for me to go to concerts I went cnce nnd liked It well enough toobut great guns when I took up noxt mornings paper I was flabbergasted It told of rambles In bosky dells slumberous musings over the dimpled waters of the gurgling brook the soughing of sum mer brcezcsthe roar and rush of the winters storm the merry singing of birds the frollckings of lambs the daisypiled fields the lovers soft glances andfn fact half a hundred other things that I didnt see or hear when that fellow was fiddling at the concert It made me so ashamed of myself that all these things were go- Ing on right in front of me and I not know It that I just mado up my mind that concerts werent in my line Boston Transcript A Itenl Service Governor Dacholder of Now Hampshire dislikes tramps although at times ho will hand a quarter to one of the traveling fraternity Not long ago ho found a husky young hobo ly- Ing under a tree at a lonely place In the country The governor listened to tbo old hardluck story and gave the tramp somo change Then ho said encouragingly Down there on the left my friend there Is a farmer who wants men to help Mm thresh wheat Thankee sir said the tramp turn- Ing to the right thanUcc I n ht have Imo down that way scald utal like Argonaut JheiOIdor77Go ByiL tm i I Q e ltrighJi hl ff I J E d u borI 1 ctt 1hcg iookedfon I t ttttiIIiiq In5ryi f d 1EIlilr l audndwomen wept i Whcn cOld Glorywent by I f skrTo nhjJhc- hricD aIIv rohst rc its carers We mbftf d fT Thriceltwns snatchcd froman 111 a1- 1rDown a edAmes cheers thul rln- Chccnngshocd by dying men ILiving bravely faced death j Vhcn Old Glory waved bloo 10 Like a glimpse of the sky To live for or to die Still unsullied by deed tray Frccdomgjcw r dwide today 1m astthinning ban Clo iiranksneath t s bii cr and 1tjts hallowed dear Ids a i qi women and mcn ci ithen Old Gloryt s by 1Like a glimpse oldie s 3 To live for or to die STARTED IN DIXIE THE SOUTH SAID TO HAVE OR I IGINATED MEMORIAL DAY A Georgia Lady First Suggested the IdeaHas Been Observed in the northern States Since 1808 At this season wo read not a few newspaper stories of seine new find ooneernlBK the beginning of Memorial day tribute of flowers The mwlh has gotten out a little book tailing how the eastern had lu start In a Georgia townIn January U8e Miss Chat Until erford of Columbus Oa who had labored swlously during the war as a member of the SoldlersAtd society asked Mrs Jane MarUn to no with her to tho cemetery to look alter the sol diem graves there On the way home the ladles talked of the men that halt given up their lives for their cause sad Miss Rutherford miRgwued Dist the Soldiers Aid form Itself lots A memor- Ial association and that a day every year be set aside for oaring for and decorating the soldiers graves Her companion received the suggestion with enthusiasm thought 41 would be an easy matter to Interest other Omen In the memorial Idea At the next meeting of the Soldiers Aid society there was organized the Ladles Memorial association which should provide for annual decoration of the graves The date chosen for the flowerstrewing was April 18 Societies all over the south prang up In response to an appeal from the COlum bus Memorial association and the an nual custom was established The north sympathized with this tribute but found the date chosen by the south too early A southerner writes thus of the adoption of the cus tom by tho northerners The north lopked on thought the custom good took it to herself and hat hallowed It as she does her Thanksgiving obliga tion April was too early for her flowers hens she let apart May 30 The first general observance of the day In the north was In 18C8 Gen John A Logan commandcrlnchlef the Grand Army of the Republic sen out a long order which contained those words The 30th of May Is designated for the purpose of strewing with flow ers or otherwise decorating the graves of comrades who died in defenne of their country No form of ceremony Is prescribed but posts and comrades will In their own way arrange fitting services and testimonials of respect And It was added If other 0708 grow dull and other hearts sold In the trust ours shall keep It well as long as the warmth and light of life remains to usIt is said that a Veteran living In Cincinnati had made the suggestion to the adjutant general of the grand army and he In turn drafted a genera order to the Grand Army posts to set aside a decoration day Gen Logan enlarged the order and sent it out ofr flclally In 18C8 on a special day QI fliers graves were decorated In 183 cemeteries of 27 slates the next +ar 330 cities and towns In 81 states efe r served Memorial day It Is now one of our great national holidays Miss Rutherford said she got her In spiration for Memorial day from a story called Initials In which was described a custom among Germans of decorating tho graves of friends on special day ELLEN THA YEn ClaraBarton1 Much credit Is duo to Clara Barton founder of the American National Red Cross for thin Identification of northt dead in southern graves CIVIL WAR MEMORIES In Reviewing rut One Realizes Doth Sides Were Impelled in a Great Movement of Sentiment Today this nation honors the memo ory of those who died for their coun try and pays boniage to their surviv ing comrade who risked their lives In the same noble sense And when we Have placed floweni on the graves of the dead heroes and stood uncovered M the thinning line of veterans winds Jowly pant let us turn from contem plating the heroism of dying for ones country to considering the greater he relies of tiring for It II What the country needs most today r It the patriot whose lilfiheK nwftoM ta to HMlntalu In all lu glory sad P honor the Ratio for which the patriot I of the early 9ft fredy offered AM Rave his m Our chief duty to to preserve In pear aittf wally what WM Jfro woo la war iftometlmec It U muck MaW to for ones country than to live for UfThere to no glamour no dash na leek or eat issiasm in winning Ute moral victories of peace chiefly us the remit of Tht1Imind moral conflict to while Uia nation gives ponfttenB nor medaliThe man who lives for his eomilry Is Jut as jealous for her honor ns the 1 man who dies for It He does not place i a wreath of flowers on the grave of a veteran and then betray the nation for which that veteran gave lilt lire lie Is among the first to honor the heroes of the war because he U himself a he roa hero of peace This country paid a heavy price for liberty and national union It cannot maintain these things without further f sacrifice Hut the price the living have to pay Is not In blood and treIure but in obedience to law In re spect for justice In fidelity to our Ideals principles and Institutions PostrHoliday to De Preserved It Is to be hoped that Memorial day will never lose Its sanctity As long as Old Glory waves and the republic survives It should remain the one day devot ed to rehearsing the Immortal valor ot the millions of American freemen who died that their country might live Deathtas there la no sectional distinction the graves of the union and the confederate dead are decorated alike They He side by sftte In our national cemeteries TWO MOURNERS r ISlcop quoth the one with the silver locks Sleep till the life aneWI This flower is red for the blood you shed In the struggle of slxtytwe Sleep1 moth the maid with a throbbing heart tearnmy fair 1n tIrve nf a oitmtttliI f t firnrriil hnil Mm gtDeaael- Tlieru linn been some debate whether Goncriil Auntuln HtooHxul tins nil val moat aid lotcrinlnwl its liu mljflit have been In dui defense of Port Arthur Init iiotliliiK tins been said to ilclrucl from the esteem timljulmlrntlun font for hilt brave wife rho mlnimond to the wounded with untiring devotion the long siege and often ex tduringherself to danger She was ui n nnlt of her dlHrcRnrd of peril but rwovwvtl from till Injury Nothing she did won for licr grmilur at Hituilrtttloii than her action In adopting u bevy of IUhrIPM children wliono natural pruteeler test their lives In the dufonso of Port Arthur t A Jitpmir e Ilekritugoub+ During thu oxtreowljr eokl weather of lust wtntnr the Jspaueso whiten who went ou picket duty in MaiuluirU IfIUNtlod prelection awl IMMDM their tl ImnUhh hey wmm of vartow device r A dugout en the ulllntde naMteilHMfi a ff nkHl the delect irttwIMr from both war an WMther t Nolillrr Itoblilnor Propl In WarnBtr demtuetretIene47Ptlu Warsaw tracts ihs capital or tilt now dtetHemlHiril and Hiinpremwl klugiluiu of JOIN d The coudltton of ananliy cirlatlnjj U ktunvu In the fact that tbo ieUllor patrolling the utrrela often Im pudently rob the passerby and under pretense of Koatvhlng then for revolv er take from them their wntchcfl or money- 1naalnir at the Illlarr mootlI wbJptdng such otfondera at the post WON revived Tho ittntc of Delaware f tua Ions been famous na a common i wealth where the whipping post and pillory still survived but Governor Len pas signed n bill abolishing the latter Institution Offender were punished d III the pillory by fastening tho bend and IwudH In a wooden framework and tbiu exposing the prisoner to public de Melon The last time a white woman Was punished at the whipping post in elawaro was la 1S30 I I Tim Canr and IIU Son The troubles which tho ltuslnn an tormiy It Cueing ninlie the present em poror NlelioliiH II wonder wlmthor ho will ho ohio to preserve bin throiio for oreiipatton by hIH sot n Imliy hjiowu OH the hand Duke Alexis Mtrbohilc vltoji TIle rear Is suit to be in con Rtniit tear not only of bU own nssaHHi nation hut of that of bin Infant son and successor When the czarowltz wan born on the lutb of last August n aaluto of lot guns announced the anptiloii4 event Jnpnnae IlrlnK Over thr IIIIU The high angle tiring of the Japanese with fauet guns during the Itilsslan re treat from Mukden wan an Important element In their mireeful pursuit of the enemyvibe latter fucnmjHil at which slue was thrown from her horse with much violence and might have been sorlou Iy Injured but for the time ly action of ono of the party Shu takat an Intelligent Interest In tile live stock on the royal estates and the royal kennel receive muchattention Crow her as dogs are tier especial pets Scnnliir Uteri William Warner Major William Warner the newly chosen senator front Missouri and sue cessor of Fronds M Cockrell was born In Wisconsin In Ism and studied nt Iuwreuco university Wisconsin and the University of Michigan lie serv ed with credit In the civil war and at Its close took up tho practice of law DUll settled In Kansas City Mo lie luau been United States district alto ney and member of congress and was n candidate for governor of Missouri la 1802 HHIHlH I 1 1 1111 + 1 I11Ih The Home JENNIE LESTER HILL Editor IHHIIHHHHMHMHM BEREA FAIR FOR FIRESIDE INDUSTRIES Will lo hold WetlncHday Juno 7 1005 the College Commencement Day in Room 4 Lincoln Hull I Rend tho lists of premiums nud lljIIhou1l1win show your skill and may have a chance to sell something Take Notice I Entries may bo made at nay time from 130 to 180 p M on Tuesday June 0 or front 7 A M to 10 A M on Wednesday Juno 7100IAll goods entered for premiums I 1Bomoour list of premiums nay he exhibited Jand offered for sale Wo offer n fine premium for melon shaped hickory and oak split baskets nhd those of peck hull tiCk or quarter Iwulaizo will Linda ready j sale if well made Premiums Offered rlfHoinnpunIImn T tO 11AIIwlliwy lllHru mi i Wixrfi Iii rants a m 1 u I Illlot isuuinrsltwmhloy4tw IIv IlAll wwd l r mi isSants I CO i to- IInoetlnrn An101l IIlall1I b rntlwln1 IW 1fiul JlomcI1II liUnkri minors and wI M yards I ell PigurritlInvuIyanls 1 O 7r lioulilr Wran Itnvn 10 ants I roO LJO riin Anon 10 fllnb 2ion di 1115 arlt A tel 1 Itaa Ituga I W- Itakrla meimi ihitnl hlthlf 1Ior nail IU lClO r1lIanlmahued made Saddle I1Hull Korku horawpim am in- dignbineorlAueatdwtals i w Knit 111ttenr homey1nus ens tn ilUo blueiir mueaml wtmo GO fFor and cut number 400 chain cotton anti 25 thronds wool yarn coarse enough for coverlid wua i and spun on handwhcjol tliofolftyI tire offered 9itaImliKoIfW 001IbIOreeR I la MwlUfr Drown fled 20pTho same prizes are offered for ono cut homespun linen thread of tho above colors Tho dyes must IK homo nmde not commercial dyes nud tho receipt used in IVilgmust be given In writing each color Notice All goods adored for premiums must hnro l een made since June 0 1904 No premiums will bo given for any piece of Jeans Dress Flan 1103 or Linens which does not contain at least ten yards Receipts for dyes used in dying yarns or cotton or flax threads must accompany the exhibit and the thread or yarn must meet every re stated Onlysecond class premiums will Iw given for secondolass workwhen no first class work has been entered By order of Committee on Home spun Fair THE ORE SEAL PAINT j paiutlJThimaterials For Sale by Porter Drug Co 1 A Pointing Given Away At tho urgent solicitation of the otii ttiloinc Companion Mr Paul do Longpre who is tine greatest painter of flowers in the world con rented to make n painting of what he considered The Three Most lleimti fat Itoites std the painting in with out doubt one of the masterpieces of this great nrtist This magnificent picture is reproduced in all its original grandeur on the cover of the Woman Home Companion for Juno Although this cover is an accurate reproduction of n painting worth hundreds of dol lars yet the Juno iiumlter which has this exquisite cover may he obtained at any firstclass newsstand or direct from the publishers for the trivial sum of only ton cents Mr Paul de Longpre is justly styled King of Flower Painters Ho not only paints roses but every flower that grows and is tho highest autho city on flowera His paintings are found in the most select homes Some have sold for as much an seven thou scud five hundred dollars 750000 Artists art critics and competent judges all agree that the cover of the Womans Homo Companion fur excel those of any other magazine UTho Womans Homo Companion is a magazine which in beauty and oxI cellence art stories illustrations and fashions excels all other homo and family magazines The Womans Homo Companion is published by Tho Crowell Publishing Company New York City also Chicago ill at Ono Dollar a year and is the favorite magazine in nearly half a million homes where it is read each and every issue by three million peoplo d Ht111 HH1HHHHHlHH The School 1 JOHN WIRT BINSMORB Editor lIHHt11IIIIltti Tho following letter from ono of our Normal ganduates shows what Berea can do and is doing for her people One only needs to visit the moun tains to see that Borea College is doing a great and good work there Teachers who once stood at the Lfmtinuallydropp out and many of their places are being filled by Berca students Were Berea College to be blotted out of existence this year I believe llor influence would go on for years and years blessing and uplifting tit mountain people because each year young men and women are returning front Berea to their homes in the mountains with higher ideas of life and who know no topping this side of successBerea College is also a potent factor in building tip the homes of the mountain people because toys and girls who have been to Berea and have learned more of what living means can not IMS content to live in the little log cabin in the lane as ninny of their parents have done As for myself I feel that I am 01 e of the least of the Normal graduates hit then I feel like using the words of Paul when he said something like the following But the grace of God was not bestowed upon me in vain Last year I taught a large first class school nUll have the saute ono under promise again this year I have taught five years in succession lormImiles of home I hold an average of nearly 02 per cent and was county examiner in Owsloy last year This is due to tho instruction which I received in Berca which is the only school Iever attended besides the free schools in Owsleyj D CIIEEOII iIDunno rated the times when we were And young ore were caught In mischief UobT Remember hew the faltering tongue Vas often checked with frightened cob Vhnn we were naked why thua we did We stammered out with lisping low Our face from our parents hid N I dunno n 1 dunno 80metltne we tinkered with the clock To see If It were running right It always gave oar nerve a shock When It would strike with all Its might Quite unexpectedly to us When we were Jabbing lathe case U almost seemed 16 make a rUBS That It might set us In disgrace PerehaacO somebodys prized gold pen Ily one of us was tightly gripped At some untimely eeyison when Wed heard the pen was diamond tip Wedaneled that we were secure And started to Investigate That diamond point was ulba lure And Mud was then two rehlns fate What made you touch those things I say Cqme straighten up and stop your noise No one can put a thing away And have It safe from you two boys What made you do Its Come explain still wn writhed and murmured low Anti sought to hIde our lean In vi In- N 1 dunnoa I dunno Get Common After Awhile He thinks lie has the mot wonder ful bitty on earths Is It his lininaDUlirt I soy he thought It the most wonderful that ever happened They Frequently Do Ills Wife presses his trousers for him Whnt of that She probably hall plenty of priutlce before they were married doing tho snino thing Some Evidence- I consider him n true poet Whnt linn lie written- I dont know but he assures me he has never perpetrated a parody on Maud Muller The Come Down This Is u cruel cruel world As you agree no doubt A man Just gate his fortune made In politics or law or trade And then his pipe goes out On the Free List Soon water doesnt appear to bQ a popular beverage In your country iNo You sw wind U so cheap that wo hate to pay good money for 11 Heroic Treatment How con I breakmynelf Of the cot fee habit Try living at a boardliiK house for n while To Suit Their Taste The coming race will be n bird Although some men might wish Could they be living at the time That It would be u aeh- Mercenary She fell In love with a soldier Brass buttons attract her Nu his 13 a month It is really remarkable what a com monplnco creature n hen becomes when eggs are worth only n shilling n dozen The little boy that every other little boy on the block can kick la pretty apt to be n good little boy pant Knr of Corn Town has recently produced soma re markable corn crops owing In part to tilt work of the Agricultural college at AHUM and to the Important discoveries In the growing of corn which have been made The picture shown Illus trates the agricultural achievements of the state The three ears of com are of the Yellow Dent variety wore grown in Iottnwatomlc county and to getter weighed live pounds The tar gest ear had 1000 grains In sixteen longitudinal rows m Office 4 4t t to tho of will be tho by Co lOA is thr of the Y W A by Em the has in an the for 1 D 28 of 00 por in near or 55 ut the C W I t it is 1 1 111 f s t +o+o+o +o+o+o +o +o+o+o +o+o +o +o+ +o +o +o+o+o+o +o+o+ ic 4G o or a + 0 a o It you wo can a o + t IF US ITS u 2 0 25 sro o + 0 o OM Stand Kr Day 7S 476G tO +O+O+O +O+O+O+O+O+O+O++O+O +O+ +0+0+o+o+o+0 +o + I u If you an get THE BEST DISC AND RAKESI Also Soil Let me send you some hay and shtpatutT Good Phone 40 h JUST CONSULT ANY UOtiD PAINTER- In regard virtues Green Seal Liquid Paint Their stories same For title Porter Charming Personality title an address before Ccrea C Mrs Elizabeth bree Rogers which Association just published attractive form Copies may bo wcured from Presidont Winifred Jones cents FOR SALE tons nice Timothy baled hay coats hundred delivered t i Berea coals fanii SHELBY Boren Ky Dr W Ge Office over Post Oflio m DENTIST iii iFor30 days am making Special g Ih Prices on all Dental Work Call and tl I take advantage of these prices be I fore too lateflVery truly yours 1 R C BOGGS W MAIN BROADWAY BEREA KY DENTIST I RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Phone 188 Richmond Ky l Cut Flowers Designs and Blooming Plants ododo I THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON morepFURNITURE CARPET MATTING Take Look Through Our Stookwill surprise how well and how reasonably supply your wants ITS FROM GOOD New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sewing Machines J30 and 135 worth Sp0 and 65 CETTTCHER EVANS Jopllni Richmond Phone Night Phone 04010 THE BEST got Osboru you HARROWS MOWERS AMERICANSTEEL andcheap A Pe SETTLE Jr Depot Street Drug TUDOR BEST SIR Dentist BAKER IIFFICE Over Printing Office BEREA KY Office hours from 8 ti 1 Teeth utmcto vfltliom painsomnornr n Mrs Searcyhaving removed her DRESSMAKING- Over HILL GABBARDS Strt Will be pleased to have LtiJrs call and see her new in Evening and CommeoeementtJr18SII TILE SEAL THAT STANDS FOR QUALITY Oren Seal Liquid Paint Fur sale now at the Porter Drug Co The Citizen fa IKDUXNDEMT FAMILI NEWSTAW rrtlUlitd every TJrorwUy at Darya Kr BEREA PUBLISHING CO L 0 Hlnman Manager i CBscnrpTiox HATES TXTIBLI IX ADVAXCX- Oq I 1100 u monthJ M Tara noolbi 26 litnd ma PeitoOe Montr Ord r Iy MM Nosey Order Check Drift BfUUn4 daub or one ud two cent stamps nl Late titer your nun ihowi to wbsl your mbicilpUon li raId 11 it II not =J lIblD thrt We aendlnr ui 1 aotltyni btcrlb ri stopped tauttoonyitoyellirrternlwwar tubs taudtr ha they with It contlnoed ofi ny eha fa your lAr liNigrlugboth Old sad 07 tddrUMI- MlMlBf Kambn due to coming malls or otherwise will gladly be iup JBdHir1 ax Acnt Wanted IntTtry locality tOUt tot iermi 01 four new curly Mburlpllobi wilt reed Tm cmux tree tot sae yttr w BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY i ST OHARLES HOTELI New Furnishings in every room All servico firstclass pricesMerchant shop In connection CHARLES JACOBS prop I coDd Street oppot Court noun Richmond Ky Tlmo Tried and Merit Proved One Minute Cough Cure is right on limo when it comes to curing CoUghs Croup Whooping Cough etc It perfectly harmless pleasant to take and is the childrens favorite Cough Syrup Sold by Porter Drug Co For Sale About ton or twelve build ing lots on the Louisville and Nashville railroad one half mile from Berea near Borea brick and tiling fao tory in a fine locality and good neighborhood Can be bought right For further particulars call on sL B MOORE Berea Ky S McUuire Is at all times thoroughly prepared to deal with eye troubles Your eyes examined by the very best and lates optical instruments His work give satisfaction for prices on all his trod are right Lenses refitted within n few days after taking the order If you have any defect of vision it will pay you to look over his stock and receive correct treatme- ntOPTICIAN Berea Ky Cleared for Action When the body is cleared for action by Dr Kings Now Life Pills you car tell it by the bloom of health on the cheeks the brightness of the eyes the firmness of the flsh and muscles tin buoyancy of the mind Try them At Porter Drug Co 2C cents n WilliamS is bettor prepay ed than ever to do your WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean war and Pressing I specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Yarn Street Berea Ky l Billioua Bill was getting bloated And his ton ue was muebly coated Patent tonics wouldnt cure him Companies would not insure him All his friends were badly frightened lightenedForFARLY RISER pills relieved him The Famous Little Pills EARL RISERS cure Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness their tonic effect on the liver They never gripe or sicken but impart early rising energy Good for children or adults sold by Porter Drug Co I THE- CRUCiFIXION Sunday Scho II Lesson for May 28 1905- Spetlly Prepared lor This Pipe LeSSON TEXTJohn MMTWT Memory VemMi 21 I7 Rend sit the chapter GOIDKN TRXTChrl tiled for our alna according lathe acrtpturwei Cor 1x2Tix1EFriday April 7t D from nine a m to three p m- PLACI4talvary Just outside the city wall of Jerusalem Probably or tits moll north of Damascus gets siiurrritK nKFKnRNCEranm- puagen Mutt Sf116ti Mark IE 2147 Luke OMM Pessageson the atonement hayU Dan l24 M Zh 111 Matt 011- Jobll 216 Acts 515 S1 208 21111 Rom JN 0610 8K 11 1 Cor Jil 1 t1421 6l Hal Ia 4 313 Eph tC T orICol 114 O Phil 17 I 1 The llt19 9316 2K Itt 3 24 1111 I Tim 21 214 1 Pet Itt 14 JU 41 Uehn lT 22 j I1C tlI Rev StI 714 Comment and Suggestive Thought- V 17 lie Jesus Bearing JIll ION Carrying and dragging the buge wooden cross on which He was to be executed This all criminals were required to do Golgotha Called In Latin Calvary It was named tho placo of a skull because he barren hillock roaomblod a skull V IS Crucified Him Nailed Him jo the cross which was then planted n the ground and the victim left to wilier long agony until death should ro lieve Him V 19 Pilate wrote a title Under die Roman governors direction a xmrd bad been prepared on which In Mack letters were Inscribed tho words MUSIS OFNAZAKETH TUB KINO Or TUB JBWS This tablet was ear led by a soldier In the procession on the way to Calvary and then nailed it the top of the cross when this v- Iet up V IO Written In Hebrew Greek Latin Hebrew was understood by Jews Latin by Romans and Greek by gloat of the other peoples- V 21 Wrtte not The King etc lews were offended They taw that Pilate had taken revenge upon thorn be auo they had forced him to act against ais wish They wasted the world to mow that Jesus claimed to be but was hot by tb B acknowledged King of the JewsV 12 Utat I have written 1 have written Pilate refuted to change what he tad written It satlatLed him that he bed charged the Jews with executing their king V 33 Took His garments four parts The garments of the crucified one were awarded by law to those who crucified him Jesus cloak eap girdle and sandals were given one to each Mi dler but the Inner tunic like the high priests robe was woven entire and to tear it would destroy Its value so they determined by casting lots psrhap throwing dice whteh one would re ceive this V 14 Scripture fulfilled See mar ginal references In your Dible V 25 the other Gospels tell that great numbers of the enemies of Jesus surrounded or passed by His cross and mocked and jeered Him John tells only of tie heartbroken friends who gathered about watching ills last agony His mothers slater Probably Sa lome the mother of John V20 The disciple loved John Woman This wits a respectful way of speaking Behold thy soot Behold thy mother Thus He commit ted them to the care of one anothr V 27 From that hour From the time of Jesus death V 28 All accomplished All that God In human flesh could do to reveal Himself as the Lover and Saviour of men had been done He had traveled all the weary road any of Ills human children are called to travel Scripture fulfilled See marginal rot erence I thirst Such wounds aa are given a crucified one produce most terrible thirst V 20 Vessel vinegar A Jar of tits sow wine the soldiers had brought to refresh emselv9IMThe One of the soldiers Having received the drink Jesus cried out In a loud voice then presently said 130uU is finished and His sprit returned to the Father CroneHearing for Christ At a large Eundajsohool anniversary a boy Of Jewlull caste with piercing eyes In tile midst of deep silence rose and repeated Jesus I my cross have taken nil to leave and follow Thee in a voice so thrilling AS to move the whole audience Many eyes were moist for the story of the young Jew was known Us tie tbrr had JOTA him he must eltherlaavt the Sunday school or quit home forever and the hymn showed what he had given tip to follow Christ The meeting wt Inspired with new life Friends gash ered round him at the cloleand bu lneu men united in securing him nultualtoti by which he could earn his own lying Chrlailan at 1Vor- kPractical Points V IT Let us rejole to walk In Hie way of selfsacrifice since there we can walk with Jesus Mark 834 V 18 The shameful cross Is the Chris UanlI most precious token GaL GU V 13 Jesus character lute Ills robe Is without a JavJleb70 V U Unconsciously even the worst of men are worklrjgont vine purpose Ps 7010 V 27 The fonder ties of human re lationship are legacies from God Wo should love and carte for each other for ills sake Col 81822- V 30 Let us lovingly give our live s to Him who gave and gives His life to- ru2 Cor 516 Base Indeed It is a bageHfe to which nothing 1 real but the objects of itllitieCblcaro Tribune I litffas uf a Bfttslraui from a Itammtjs Siait pni1tt By HBLBN VARICK BOSWELL Secretary National Women Republican A oelitlon HE first duty of the husband isto quote offhand the prcil dent of the United States the honorajlc rind useful task of earning enough for the support of his wife and family The next duty of the husband is lo remember that before ha became such he wm tUe attentive lover and he should not lose the Idvwvlike qualities in the everyday life of the Iris band but should remember that the appetite of the woman he calls wife is just as kern for those same loverlike attentions after marriage as before My observation ia that many a woman heart ia so starved not by lack of love for the love is perhaps there but by lack of expression of that love that tier d jx Mtton beconus warped anti soured and in spite of her own better judgment she sometimes becomes the nagging woman whom in theory she has always dreaded If the husband will just attend to that ruty 6f being likewise a lover he will save himself much unpleasantnetdand his wife many a heartache- Another duty of a husband + tor him to realize that his wife if very likely to be of the same mental caliber as himself lie selected her because she was companionable let him not neglect to continue the com panionship Any pleasure shared is doubled any trouble snared is Ice sened The average American wife stands ready to meet her husband and to live with him on the plane that he fixes If he wishes her advice and her cooperation whether it be in enlargement of the way of living or in retrenchment it is big for the asking It U a duty that should never he shirked for the hurlmnd to keep his wife informed as to his financial status If he does this there will rarely be occasion for an outcry on his part against wifely extravagance It is the man who persistently Laps his wife in the dark y to his resources who suffers from the mistakes of ignorance as fb facts on her part ffi1rr Neglrrt af ilu WearD- y ROBERT HI CM HNS What is the mysterious prompting that moves Unman nature to neglect the beauties the curiosities that lie at its door and to travel far in to examine distant things perhaps n t nr L ful not more curious I have often wondered The I lothin as a rule of the city churches but he is pnlbalrod with St Peters at Rome St parks at 1cnice ai il lit has never been in Ireland but bless you he I i and hi Italy When at Naples he visited Virgils gr t t fotnu time to visit a certain town called Stratfordo t arj and son We are quite accustomed to this sort I Wt scarcely notice it or think it But wt similar neglect of the near among other people of ot isci Us The other day encountered a chtAjaing Rot i ne that she was on Us point of starting foWher fir I As I knew that she visited Pars and London rtJftI mute + I was astohished I was still more surpriftrd r to laity informed me casually that she had never d1 r I was surprised and yet I myselfam subjr raprice I have been seven times to the Desert of Sail rr vr ji ly once been in Ireland and then only for two days I I I mg the blue mountains of the West Indies but I have r H hlanU of Scotland Owing to the kind and hopillVpc I Mis Marie Corelli I did once visit StratiordcnA but n Iwas well past ft Seven or eight times I haft dwelt y once as a child have Isot foot in Wales I like mII to the call from a far but the summons of The near fa II t c upon deaf ears The imafiuRtion I believe hasvtft good den to av T r matter Anyone who is musical and who cats at aU fox tin 1111 t know how strongly till imagination is stirred tiT UtoM M p w i l flvc an effect of withdrawn music of myst lug Liaises spohl i r he soul from an hnmense Usance No jubibXut truilriKtinijs lea lys and eornopean obtain their instant empirff over heat and spirit nd so it I is with ah cello Among tbe hills we Ingr a voice shout C MilK alioh and it makes no impression upon us Out when Eclw answers we stand holding our breath and something within us something deep down and mysterious Is thrilled with an emotion that seems mingled pleasure and pain together enchantment complicated by wfetfulness The nearness of thinK alas often makes them seem to us ton monplacc We can get at thrill so easily that they hardly scent to r worth getting at The finest minds however I suppose lo not feel this They judc accurately and apratic things justly Wordsworth did not think the Lake District commonplace becatic it lay near at hand or the Cumber I land mountains uninteresting because any one of them could IH climbtii easily in a day It is not a sign of intellect or even of good taste t ijpiorc the beauty of that which lies about us while we sing the praise tt remote landscapes and rave about ftroff things J1rec- Iuf 011aratt ri5tit5 t11t lrul tt By MISS KATHDRINEWILLARD order about Since no man is J T feet he who sfvts fur the greatest perfection physically mentally and morally is the mot ideal lie who makes most of Ill physical self by intensifying his strength and endurance through invigorating vvorlttrni wholesome exercise who vitalizes his mental attributes by the ceaseless acquisition ofvaster knowledge and more comprehensive understanding of his fellows anti their work trying to excel yet In a spirit of service and love not of supremacy and morally he who has attained to unselfishness to recti tulle of purpose to a deep sense of justice truth and charity and wits retains withal a huirk and reverent spirit is ideal indeed for he is striving for perfection than which there can be no greater aspiration In these three phases of life we rarely find constancy and serious ness of effort in the individual man yet whcro they arc combined whether he be of lowly or mighty station he it is who commands let andawho typifies all that is nobles and worthiest of emulation tthe idea mw JEWS IN AMERICA RAPID GROWTH IN NUMBERS WEALTH AND INFLUBMOB Their Progress in Every Field of Activity Relatively Greater Than Is That of Any Other Race A committee of Jews is making arrangement for tho celebration of the NOth anniversary of the settlement of Jews In this country and more particularly of tho grant by the Dutch West Indies company In 101 of social and palltltal privileges to Jewish settlors In Now York an It IB now rs ports the New York Sun Jowm were andIeluded from employment In UM pablto service were nouUIowcd to osmi retail shops and were enjolnwl to build t their houses ctote together In u con I venient place on ou or the othwstdo of New Amsterdam though actually they seem to have relltdtltl when they wUlOll Their AxtjliHloB from retail trade proved to be to their advantage tliiw It drove them Into foreign und later colonial trntlo sad Jewa though few In number became atnwg the most prantlnent and iMMtMfU of the Im portors and oxpertacs OJ the cokmtnl period How few u were is indi cated by the fact that even at th be ginning of the lost csntury the Jewish population of the whole umton was es tUswted at less than SQOO stud had In crsassd to only about MtXM so lately M UM middle or that csvtnry- Thsrtafter however they IlWrlAll1- with relative rapidity M that by mo their nuMbers were eetiti ted si sttont a qtmrttr of a million HKW cusps the great Jewish ImmlKratloH since which the Jewish iKHrUltttlon of the Tnltmi Htttloa hoi grown to about a million land n half of wbUb about one half are In the iJlty tit New York The AmerhxH Jewish Yearbook for the prwnt year estimates the total num ber of Jews In the world at about 110jn M Nearly UllfHlflYeIIh of them- lrererure are now In this country The only countries whrtre there are more of tliar KttMiia with alxnit 5iHM Hxk sad Austria ituegarywall kbour 20006iO amt M fs from thcc two roantrtM that their emlgrsl i to the Halted States Is now m + numerous Alfrady there are more Jews In I hIYork than In all Urr I UIItlmfl Ilihall oiiotiHoe to conic at the precep- trats their numbers In lals country wilt lx doubled ten ear5 hence sod will be greeter than In spy other of the world except ttnsla- ThI progress of the IW8 In Amri5 and mre egwlslly in New Ynrk InIevery fleW of allil U rolaiiv greater than that of any ether isThis Y wrtiook als nay pave 4r liloKrit lliral skfirhm at Ararrlian Jews who tare aualti l political sad- nn Ial urosslnenie Ix Ions IJt of Jewish p rtodlcal iiialoa the uanicx five Yiddish dally tiewapaiters ItIof York beside mans weekly and monthly ptibMcailona In the sum Jargon In the last tosttrras of 1- 1IIoHM StatM fle Ja x are enuni r Reprwsenta I vw Rmerlrh of Illinois Maytr of I onlslana GId- foal sod Uttau r of Vew York besides Mater IUgrn r aenaiorelnt from Maryland all of thIn demo yenta ffxMtrt Mr IJtiaiur a rpub llcaa In Uo present MMSgrsas KM Jewish ftpfsMntatton U larger The division nl Jewish rlllzetw between the republics and democralle parties in pot ralealuUlg Very penny of then are tieltlttr but are foetallsta the party of which rclatlvaly ao strong on the east stile of New York Is made HP of Jim chiefly The twUbrntloH of the coming of Jews ti Uits country In Ml for next autumn somewhere about Thanksgiving pay Bserrlnnt will be held In every HjrMcosTue ami Hebrew Sabbath Hchool la the union and bo also an imposing public Mllebraj tion The event too will be slgna tMd by the publication of n historical vonvemr book and the erection of a permanent public nieioorlal for which subscriptions will be made by tht Jews of the country Tide event ron tended Hon O rar 5 Straus at tbs Jewish conference on the subject inI the early part of this mouth wee as national In Its scope as the landing rtC the Pilgrim and accordingly Its celebration should be national rather than merely local He would mark It by a memorial of some kind wUleh would stand ns n signpost to all those who rome after us Girls Betrothed nt Birth In sonic parts of West Africa ths girls have long nsugeniente On the- day of their birth they ure betrothed to a baby boy a trifle older than themselves and at the age of 20 they are married The girls know of no other way of gutting a husband and BO they aro qulta happy and satisfied As wives thoy aro patterns of obodl once and tho marriages usually turn olta success Lasting Effects Howell A good deal depends on the formation of early habit- sPowellI know It when I was n baby my mother hired a woman to wheel mo about and I have been pushed for money ever since Town Topics The Sum of It You think poverty If a blessln7 No but riches Is a whole camp meet In wtd hallelula come down Atlanta Constitution THE POTENTIAL DROP A little drop of drllk IIATake a tbr manhood out vi UBS A little drop of dent Urines the wnir1 ta anarv a titter A little drop of cliiitk Make bare thr ottagfr A little drop of drink Tttkea the money from the bald A little drop Of drink I Irian down the htphat rah A tell drop of trlRk- ttnka the man blow th bruit A little drop of drink Ilrlaiift forth but sorry fruit A tittle drop of rank llmder It a tflIvr eyy- A I little drop of drInk CUB sfSK a aou 11 h 11 FOR SOBER REFLECTION Some Pasta IH ItsMsd to the Bar ot IntemperrtMe WMeh AioWajsthO- BMfitdering Who waste a drunkard t oj s bvbud a wife a brother a Nlelel a haeials partner an eMploy a r m cMtoa mr a Mend Tha why should kvjroM want- the drunkard tactory to t kept run leg7 livery asjluiii lalU art II tKtftlot the INK ehi for more i s9 hnK the lamates are t bett bemuse of g1rM Bverj IsrhM Is a pu t HfftiMi 11 uor selllnit Mr tJalIIrthe paupers are th vkllma of ION Every jal IsaalBdirtm T at01ase I fur lour atthe of the rrlmnel g0 the flushed pn iM of the n i nuksjC the rBll trolIU Three out of roar of a titan paid la the h the ynlr rot osin i his depiwltliik u rte tu I AM the rum shop bfotIlt tblstf iHWkrn were e0le sMiIitd rhoS halter need not Le peelh i for bro iruwuf sll the taxe arapytb IT Wlou I which theimgd urMtnpe OvItil dt ray the rmniiif tae p akrou And r atalluv atrs Peoplewhy I it an M slatlc ospay nil tbla eiMitii tt iiiil t OKlt tb AleohulT But somv 11 inti tsnbe ss iiivch liquor M ii atitr b ins is ur Per Ileenee Then why K f ta silt In- IaMup aims ax iii Inblhli t l pout eat money t y 1IJ1Jt1l1l etl rstouao- aed nUllIllIt n owe The duke r I Hlnati M lay Hat It wit KII ipmeraiM dedb- elulu that I he ox my dee i Mttu- hay done As 11 liquid i d h vain enourh h hey Ihl at p t tires It win t jrfwtl titsip itersae I ult fIThe fs t s i n h D I 4of orovtdins that i hens depalnt dan they Is ii prnvln the situ bless It 111 vlrt nt The llntnr I Ill 1r I noi 5115 btu stroetotulyehFd I lit umif lu CN dtvlrunloi the tr ebarHt lies the lives sad Mltll fj Botb the Old Ttfaml1l sail i lew art f gainst II Ml 4N alma a ofchrl iMBlly Ii Hiatf mat ece The Uli IljUMi 01 arcelyr toy a har pi tUrl s It III fl e cyr nwRy of gains u a blow i 1ItiJaI hl- tt3Joi atalnM it Seerehll POINTED PARAORAP L The aaloonoiiMs 111 MIII Iatrra UM tip of iltltthMdr A Mlflah fire aataas mi rMIp ilrharMfUr The devil is aver for u ref wlKn nraadtsrs qiiHr4 about ItIiiIpU4- kJeJ whtokyAastrfcAO I i The MlnnvMtia Total Ah eae 110 rjetjr Is growls at a vn elreltileg rate It now nuottM J avn lets In 1111 u lutes The most us sg rue a yepsy Is the on who most uc By cua coals that thr mIt u I hoI es partner American Ieue- Lust year i act Here 7 Ualted States liquor tax fiftu issued in the state ot Kdw Vik T WM on Increase ot InH tin atwr 1f- lbe prtxpilluff year German iiew ii4pr rct that dur lug the fiscal y or tn lim dusk 11I1001 lirltlsh Fsst lltL i 09000 gallons ot lift of wj l ii MSOUOU gallon Sine Ir M KKM 1 In addition to this the 1 7 brawevlcs In India pnoanoad tAUMt gallons Carabrlilfja Md is a dry altoof jTOOO pootita A Irailln oHJatB noil aloe holder says r nibrt Uui give floonllThe principles of tfutotallrai appear- to bo making way iadlly lu 8cotlnad notwithstanding ih enormous wisie of expenditure whhh still goe on m Intoxicating drinks amoni the work ing chases No Money for Liquor Enterprises Andrew Carnegie will nut have any thing to do with any entorprlne howevur tempting flnaiidally tbut hay plaything lo do with the solo of Intoxicating it uors This Is the report brought to a party of Plttsburg bundles men who tOme days ago sent one of their number Iowa to New York to Interest Mr Car legle In a Plttsburg hotel project which would Involve the outlay of about 52000000 and would give 11tsburg a lno hotel MjCnrnngledecllnttd total Ire subjeu iilldor advisement thonuli dmlttlns that there wouM be murk money In It giving as his reason that tIe Y would have nothing to do with any pro Fact which would Include tit alt ol tumor to Insure BUCTR BUILDING OF CONCRETE Suggestion for Obtaining Cheap and Durable Building Material Where Stone Is Scarce The absence of good building mate rial In the shape of atone or wool in many tllntrlots baa brought before farmers the important question of building farm ttruoturM out of ainenl and sand Th lueeeM of ttoli method of construction has been thor I MiRlilr provtn In a great number of coal IB the large structures now stand lug a number ef wliteh are very old and qnlU beautiful btilMInga Many of ties most euoc Mful oon Btnrctoni of suck mlMIng make 111- 1141ling Muck by molding the oenervt mixed la a lira pie mold of wood by mater together four on planks wfcMi are eight JitcliM wWe and totting ihcnc on a nmooth rar fate preferatly fir rough Umber then injuring the mlzrd ronrrfe Into than and allowlttf laud until sntil ThII ilift h IllWa use of th f fi vii j Many of L larger but roughly CCIIII Sliuifii rail ifu works are iwinn by l Hiring MI romr te betwrvn the tniporarjr walk built ofIfinch tiar K Pa iiially all ofIbr heavy foundation work raw bIOK rti lrurte In IOP cltfc viuUr large tailMlnier is made In thvey Fur an ai farm Ivurtures Ihu 1Ifrhapjl efts rheepest n tloj to rmpl y The prm r lui of ih bulldli k abfiui as follow Kir t ttMir IF ifiiintructwla Millil wall i f onftlwti rilaiiMiin on lilt Inner aldP if the RIWi whet the fbinnUHon of the wall Is t stand This IK rrrriril to Ikelamv ntiln Aa n rwsh uftfeetaiuf matureI innards n1t placed fa ins ti nix I elKhr U away aa the ihii KnikK r the wal tid WtVti ibis Iaat r fii rat all avenue in fbl 1I1nr dI J d1 roiicrt i Ktnrrd l hi l5 i and allowed n harden often a mold U eIrt some Ila an al i abuse aa tin n Inure if lain oft totwo r r tp t 111111 all1I icmalo the ioncr1 H quite 11 Kir doul 1 UI IH by faI TIP most I lliIl rIP II hIrIai ea Iuilluf fti ln to joist ahk h rllarils the i tiur of moMvie heat dd and Mai IIi ullUIng tau h mire ant TI III wait nl ji rK Inv r r oletl h coUMQIM iMlj tuner f Mfker TlM iti uiiiHld watt lually L inner PsI to ate lncbi unit ihe i ir wall im hs itiU h w1 ho- IIa e four wide TIM1 H nniHt ur fplWCL i IK I an tbe err Inillt ta UK InM on of a numb r nf mall fllIlnlltulolIIIad In Uc He an tb walln ari Mi d- HfMral aa liinH are on the market for bmiiiinf L wall rons nnK Him fy f a fro Mr the IWO omsUte mir fa K 1II1bII nid fur the ft try Butt cry KiMxl imiM has bees ontaUtwl by the i e of M ii i mild molds era Farm I malljHrotlolbIIOMJ Mtld paint u further irtatraeat The rontrm used for tW pur wblrh la WfilnK with wide i atb JtIIII made ofone part of ofRicnt three parts Mod uiiii five patio nf broken itone or MI Jranl Thte mixture la jirpared ai n ii used since if alkwed to stand as if iiKtb of tlma aftr mix lag it will harden and not tankp a wild Will Ku II a b i iiinB In prnrtlWilv flre I roof and If ii wall are nOlIiiick will I l r HT cr tiiiiii It the walls am vein hlkr the IDOn will- ii twtujga5 inHldeH of them and will I allow iir i ClllerlO remainnithout larkingntniM Itcost betwr a frame s lirlrk c iru tlim In rontl1o laiilv In favor erf nrfi ir in ua aiimai nil U ImlldlnR l4xC f et tWO Ilirlts blab if frame n v It irrk 7M whit a miar rrrsrlion of concns wish tr wall lie oiiir Ibrie Inl IIPS Cud ihr hlifV flvf lorbfx Illlch matte rs1- lbu Gt- Stlahinse T r molding r tinlfI 0111Ji s itamid i IcOae i N tilix KM are I etc srrv and nay Uc lutrndiicnl in any part of Use wa o decorate It- 1Cup Fio ta Away A mil strmvrbCry Iptlll full bloom may bo ravad from a halo frost by tAk InK the inuleh from teiwcon the rota and apnodlng an the plans when dan- Ker thrtntena U should bo removed tie next morning to as not to Interfere with the imllenntloa of thin bUMMumiM A smudge may be useful es A protection against light frosts Brush or stray that Is damp enough to smolder maybe used and A little Mal tar will help In Sweden pnivixton IH made for curl omergenrlos by v1lnK stake neared with some Inflammable substance nl t interrar In the iteM to be lighted rt some time during the night If a treat- s1 Imminent The llicht protection at- m forded by the cover eland of smoke to gether with the clnvlatlon of nr doused by tho fire Is sufllrlent to keep 1 ray a frost oa ancjr oecasione HANDY WOOL TYING BOX Way in Which tho Wool Grower May Enhance the Value of His Product The solllnc side of farming is In many cages as Important aa the producing aide After Incurring the ox pease of time and labor In the produc lion of an article It In very poor policy to give so little attention to the mar holing of It that its full value will not bo realized On Important factor In securing the full value of an arti ole IB lie appearance There are few It any articles of exchange In which the appearance will not materially affect tile price that may he obtained thereforWhile It la not proper to try to In Iluence the appearance by such decep Live methods as putting tho larger ap piN on tho top of tie barrel the larger and riper berries an tho top oi too box or the larger potatoes on the top of tho load work spent on the Im provement of oho appearance of the whole product Is not only legitimate but Is work well spent It Increases tho salablllty of the Immediate prod net and crew to a favorable Impres slap mcanllng the character of prod lleta to be had from such a farm In tying the wool clip into Inmdto having a neat and attractive appear anN a tying box IB quite a convenient aid especially to an amateur There are different style of tying boxes but the following to perhaps M good M any Is very simple and easily and cheaply conairm fed suggest J J ltd KtrtoA IH Farmers Review All the material needed for the construction of this MIX ls a 16foot drss d board IS Inihcii wide two pieces of 1x4 ibrw feet lung a rw nails ned font small hi imes and screws to futon them on with From the 16foot board cut thrM plMW 4V rllll long Two of these will serve as the leaves A A U the Illustration The other Is cut Into four strips Ii II U L and ftwtawd to the Sx4 irons piers C C lenvlag a small crack between neb two In which to place the twins The two leaves A A are limned to the two outside stripe so they will open out flat or told up agftin t the heed board D TIll head board II made front the remainder of the 18foot board cut nIII1lol IIllF RuX HEADY Wit tMRK strip It n aa shown IB the Illwtra aroIptoce R ran be malts to hoist tie Isftwjs together when tie a r lsUad np or lauhM can be put on the bsjdsV boa rd for this pu o TO use the lox sat It oil MiHe empty boxes or other auppcrt of eomvanHflt height open the leaves out lat parr theIlag spare between the strips 8tc Utit the twine U down In these ora eta so tint the wool will not misplace Land the board Is ready to receive the fleece The fleece should be laid on the board flesh side down and length 1Clf the board Wbrv the fleece has been put In proper shape and the leaves are fold ed up the Hides will be folded In and the fleere U ready to roll Roll snug ly and tie with the twine from olthor Hide loosen the leaves turn the fleece and tie tMwIse with the center string It the fleece has Men Kept In proper + hnfI while being taken off of Ihe shn il this will be all the string necewavy n hold It In grod shape TARM JOTTINGS Work lime Into the ground Corn In the cur la the safest form In which tho farmer can buy big seed Shelter Mlle In protecting the land from winds Influence a larger crop yield In buying seed corn make smite Ulal t romtn from a latitude not far front that in which it Is to be planted If corn Is placed In a warm room white it still contains u large amount of moisture it will either mold or Known a rotation clover should come bOo fore corn or potatoes If tho boat re suits am obtained Out few plants will thrive ID a wet soli A good drain la sometimes bet her than manure Plant several rows of sweet corn and plant at different times so aa to nave a rotation A good supply at sweet cprn comes early and laud The work of drainage In closely con nected with time producing capacity of the farm Thuro are numerous farms that only need to be drained to make them very productive Formic Acid for Strength Two Paris physicians claim to have discovered that tomato acid can In crease the strength of people In an extraordinary manner One of the doc tore experimented upon himself Into days It la said he doubled his strength and In five days trebled it Kormlc acid IB a colorless liquid found in the bodies of ants In the hairs and other parts of certain caterpillars and in nettles It has a pungent smell Is highly corrosive and may be prepared artificially In many different ways Nettles bees and ants owe tholr sting Ing lowers to the presence of the acid I Chestnut Elephants Klephants In Uganda have a peculiar aspect that I have not noticed elsewhere writes a traveler They cover their bod lot aa a protection against HIM with tho bright rod volcanic dust contained In the soil This gives them a remarkable appearance as Instead of blnp a slaty gray as In tho Nile valley their color when thou covered with dust resembles that of a chestnut bore Never Washed A writer tons of a Kontlsh farm worker whose horny hand ho grasped Good Kent dirt said the man catch lag a orltlcnl glance Havent bad Urns to wash your hands before tear was the question Wash my anils exclaimed the roan Then he became explanatory I never washes my ands VJion they gout ard I lies em Prize of 4000 Among the prizas offered by tttb Paris Academy of Science to Inventor U one of el8eo founded by Pierre Guimnnn which Is to go to the person who linda a way of oniHHiuntcaUsg with the InluUh Itiita of another ptefiel Another prize bbl Dresnt awaits anyone who die covers an Infallible remedy against Asiatic cholera Scholarly Japanese Statesman Baron Knntero Kanoko tho ills tinguished Japanese who boa been Jectirlng In some eastern cities IB a finished scholar educated In this coon try and having iwrfoet command of Ractlfh lie was one of tho three stateemen who drew up the present eont Mutton of Japan Arm Tattooed with Dates The arm of a wellknown London gentleman might well be described as a RMeatoglcal tree for It If rapidly being creed with dates In addition to bk own and lite wifes birth dates and the record of their marriage he baa the sere and elate of the birth of each of hie children Lifes Secret I think said the reporter that the public would like to know how you managed to live to such a great aeRy perseverance replied the ren leiMrlan I jest kept on Ilvln Philadelphia Press- Afrlean Volcanoes Then aro several active volcanoes In German Rut Africa Most prominent among them IB the HlanalKobl the crater of which has a diameter of nearly four miles A German scientific ex pedition is at present Investigating tkeee volcanoes Goat Hair Crop What is thought to be a record clip of mohair from Angora genie has last buelt sold by a company whist last gear started a goat ranch near Tawtfla The gOalS j elded from four f to itM pounds of liflf each a total of i iOQ pounds f = a MARKET REPORT w Cincinnati May toe rT1 Common 2 4 25 Ifettvy StBflr 6 G 76 CAIVItSBrfm 0 t 80- JIOOS Clu paokers 6 OGi 6 K Mixed paabera 6 5 M- RHKKP crtppea 4 15- IJ M US Spring C S W- KLOUR pal 0 00 dt G 2f- cW11BAT No 2 red 1 03 06 No 3 rod 00- COiLNNo 2 fobs 6411 54 No 2 white lUll OATHNo 2 mlxwl 38 HaNo 2 81 8- 8IiAYCh timothy I12 76 POm Cttr moms 13 90 LAItl Steam G 80 BtnTBllfCh dairy Q1 Hi Cholco creamery 14 APIlreS Cliolco 2 iO CI OU POTAT01SS Per bbl 1 26 9 1 36- TOUACCO New C 00 7113 00 Old 40 df14 75 Chicago FlOim Winter unto 5 10 bI B 20 WHEAT No 2 red 1 00C 1 OSVfr No 3 red 95 C 1 02 COltN No 2 mixed 9 68144 OATS No 2 mlx 104- RYRNu 2 dS T8 TORK Mow 12 60 LAUD Steam 70 C 7 2IV6 New YorK FIO1IU VnstrtB 4 BO 4D 4 05 WRNATNo 2 rod tf 1 00 CORN No 2 mixed q 67 OATS No 2 mixed HYB Woetorn IrT1POIIK Family 13 l7 LAUD Steam 720 Battlmere- 117I11CATNo 2 roil 1 04yafi l OHa CORN No 2 mixed B6 CC A- CATTLH Stoora 4 00 6y 4 60 SHHKP No 1 3 00 4J 3 60 Louisville OiyCORNNoOATSJO a mixed to 3- 1PORKuiess Gil 00 1 tuBtcicr 6 60 Indtannootlc 1VRIvATNo 2 red Oi 1 01t1 CORN Ni 2 mixed 0 4 OATS No 2 mixed 3CI thebeatCOLLARS TEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the porno Coll youtoT J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky n Hot Woathor Pllos Persons filleted with Pilea should yenrHotcontribute to tho conditions which make Piles more painful and danger ous DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo stops the pain draws out the Borenet bearingthnby Porter Drug C- oTOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor h nub I am forced to close out my entire stock to quit buiiaos9 I have 25 sole of the finest Vermont Msrblo and granite Tomb stones and Monuments which 1 will sell at groalr rtducod prices Hero Is jour oppor lenity to get an extra good bargain Orders will be filled promptly Write or call for designs and prince Oeroa Monumental Works S McGUIRE Prop Beren Ky O O 1Would1e 1ta 14 in niton IUlb1rI rut erawea Tile nMrillni-w la iwlitalndarrarlrrM Add ICATYSt Louir r MONUMENTS Venn Hsditen s Stttuirf Cranlt said Marble Work of all kinds dono in a workmanlike manner at raa eonabla prices andwith dispatch AAwotk iUllr autoed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Ctmtrrnl Mitti Mid Colllnt Sliest r A Crooplng Death Blood poison crepti up toward tho heart causing death J 15 Stearns Belle Plain wrilofrtlint a Criell- ddreadlullv injured Ills hand ivliich poisoniugBuck1ens poison healed the wound and tined his life BeRt in tho world for bums and sorts 25o at Porter Drug Co d To Citizens of Bevea and Vicinity My shop is the moat complete and up date in this pact of the State for doing nil kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRING Etc I do work for most prominent people of Berea and vicinity Work sent to me by mail or express ivili Lave prompt attention and charges paid one way S G FRANKLIN lit Vernon Ky- RtssKNCt j Think of Mt Verooa iBerea CoIege 1865 PLACES TilE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS e Applied Science Two years Course with agriculture for young mon and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years countyCertificateAcademy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and for lifo j College Courses LUorary Scientific Classical leading to Bucculuuro moo Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We arc hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction Is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to moot expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also maybebroughtof 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 Congregationalists ron n roR ATios AND HUMBLY ADVICB ADDHBSS TOE seontTAnrf WilL C GAA1BLE Berca Madison County Ky J Roller Mills g IM M M Mi Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is soother Excellent Flour S WWtlW I Potts Whiles StAtloo Ky I n u u n I m DYSPEPSIA CIIE WHAT YOU EAT rteI0abuttiecoaai a74tbnatbetrial OaLy AT Thai LASOPATOr o- rE C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL P I u LOUISVILLE i Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 I Going North Train 4 Dally Loavo Boronn4ii a i- ndrrivoRichmond415 a m- Anivo Paris 528 n m- uArrivuCinciunali7 50 u m Going North Train 2 Dally i Leave 82 p m Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive Pars 8J50p m Arrive Cincinnati 010 pmI Going South Train 3 Dally Loavo Herea 111 p in Arrive Kuoxville810 p ui Going South Train I Dally Leave Borea 1217 a m Arrive Knoxvillo 700 a m xrryIlutrrt11t1 Kooxvilteiii lioh illrrrlhinii Train niim Iwo I snl 4 Barry liilinii Te lll uloil NlrcpliiR ir sOdrWban Icluien niiliinjti mi l KIMIX lilt in loth dlnvliuu W H BOWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSON J1 Dentist j Offlc seal door to Iott offlctr Richmond Ky rrr Terrific Race With Death Death was fast approaching writes Ralph F Freuandoz of Tampa Fla describing his fearfu race Jealh as a lesult of liver trouble and heart disease which had robbed treol sleep and of all interest in life I bad tried ninny different doctors and auroral medicines but got no benefit until 1 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 Ill my troubles Guaranteed at Porter Drug Co price 50c Foundoci 5 dogreeeMusidChoral Madison County Manufacturers Duerson DIGESTS atrewbkeatal5f80aertaP- IIPARe NASHVILLE RAILROAD BereaI Strictly Genuine Most of thu patent ineditrfno testimonials are probably gcnuiun The following notico recently apptwrod in thoAtdhisoiif KnuGlob Jon Tack u well known tuiginuur running on the Missouri 1ncillo between Wichita and Kiowa lately appeared inn big one with a picture and when ho was in this ollica to day wu oflked him nhout it He says be had torriOcpains in his stomach and thought hound cancer llisdrtllmistncommpnded 111101 and hesaya it cured him Horecommflnded it to others who wero nlai cured Kcxlol Dyspepsia Curo tllgoslH what Toil ont and curPS all stiimachtrouliliH Just as fijitHly OH the sun fhinfH your stomach eau bo brought hitch to iH originally pure condition and life sweetened by this Innling and truly IyPorter LOUISVILLE ATLANTIC RY CO tablein eflectAprlll61905- RAsr ITlm6 IHIUND No I SIIj W Iaillra lein anIttrp in ihllla1I1e lift 1lti Vnllfj Vkif III JO Itivhlllnlul rtr tl Vi a IU- II I Innonit Iv LVOiJi Itfl in a u- IIlls lirsnyIIP 741- 1Iinlyvdlr 111 all IIn Hugo NI r e- Xi lA I hnawilieo 6ak 1irw S4 IteudIv ial nIullOor I n n- IL II II 111 I Ivlhe nr trluoa ln llriiiyjille If a 1 loap I No jimil 6 I unit 1 uiakr rlo eialeCtlonaat- f S lioRviiic1 to mill from I axinilan sad Iid- I iiakimiilni Vtruillla in alll mm Sbrthytillo sad lnu antic No 6 ooHltrotx at Il ttjvile linn unit fni Jiirtsnn Fursuyhttthrlntorma- on adds a any bawl innnil or II K SMITH O ArtVnwlllea H Saved by Dynamite Sometimes a laming city is saved by IS space that the lire cant cross Sometimes a cough bongo on so long you feel as if nothing but dynamite would cure it Z T Gray of Calhoun Ga writes My wie had keptIcould not help her so she took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion Coughs and Colds which eased her cough gave her sloop and finally cured her Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis and 1 Grippe At Porter Drug Co price Ie and 1 00 gua r ranteed Trial bUlc frees GREGORY yI F SEEDS aCI1OC4arrt- eaglldar5w IIIIIO a r Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 I I I for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths 1 The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is known ft everywhere throughout the world They have to gire better satisfaction than other makes because the standard has always peen placed so high that the wear ers expect more for their money than they can let elsewhere j carry a full line and can insure a perfect 1 HWeInspection invited jl COYLEHAYESBEREA IHIHI HIt 1 1 I Hili 1 I 1111 411Iti111WI I H11HtiiH Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES LLLLLLLLLLLJ1 1 1 1 1 11 1 I I I 1 I 11 1 1 1 I iMrs 0 F Hanson is visiting hot parents In London this week Mr WII Porter returned this week from n trip to the southern part of this State alias Lou Sjwers mother is ex pected to arrive from Asheville N C on Thursday for a visit with her daughterMiss Liraio D Williams 0Iof New Haven Conn arrived on Tues day and will visit in Bereft until after Commencement- A verandah is being added to the Williams building The pillars are of tho rustic order similar to those in tho Administration building veran dah Tho addition will add much to the appearance of the building Tho 1W C A will have a booth on tho campus near the Tabernacle today Thursday at which you may buy the hest quality of icecream cake and candy in any quantity you desire Come early and come often is tho welcome extended to all Alpha Zeta Literary Society will hold its annual lovefeast next Friday evening A time of heartto heart fellowship flavored with re freshments is expected Utile Dulco Society will also enjoy a social gathering on the lawn of Tutor King tho sumo evening A protracted meeting is now in prowess at the Glades Colored Christian Church and will continuo for two weeks Meetings each oven ing nt 730 and at 11 am on Sun day Tho services began rsn last Sunday evening with a gcod attend ance and the interest is increasing The Rev A J Robinson of Iliah moud preaches at each service He is a very able speaker and a hearty invitation is extended to all to come and hear him The Porter Drug Co have this week placed a large icncrenm foun lama in their already well equipped store Tho fountain is a handsome piece of furniture with very dainty carving and set with three large mirrors one on top and one on either side The counter is of mahogany with marble topand accommodates nine chairs This splendid equipment will be in oper ation in a few days and lovers of firstclass icecream and cooling drinks may have their wants supplied in the very best fashion a The Field Day sports will begin at 830 this morning and at 2 oclock p hi on time Athletic Field The new running track will be in condi tion to be used for the races and is so located as to enable spectators to witness tho long runs at all stages of the race The list of events includes dashes from 50 yards to 410 yards Hurdle races onehalf mile and one mile runs high and broad jumps pole vaulting etc Tho admission for both morning and afternoon iHi only fifteen cents and a large crowd is expected Dont fail to be there A number of workers from tho College went out to Narrow Gap last Sunday and assisted at two meetings in the Church house there A song service of solos duets and quartets was n special feature both afternoon GTNi WOMAN 1 New Cash Store- C C RHODUS Prop BEREA KENTUCKY ti PRICti I 300 and evening The attendance at both services was largo nod at the evening service quite a number ex pressed a desire to lead n Chfistiai life The results of the Sunday service were only tho fruit of time faithful ministry of tjie workers on the field from tiny to day and tin attending blessing of God Wo trust the work may continue mid grow Secretary Gamble was Gilled to Alexis 111 ou Friday by tho sudden death of his brother Hugh on Thursday Mr Gamble had hurt his limp I about a week previous hut had given- it no special thought until about an I hour before his death when blood poisoning set in with such fatal results Mr Gamble visited Derm about three llIltI u o and will no doubt be remembered by those who met hiin at that time null who will learn with deep regret of lima untime ly decease He wits a widower und leaves a little girl seven yours of ago among other relatives and friends to mourn his las Secretary Gamble is expected home this week I The musical department of till Tnh01luacle Harmonia and Orchestra wore necessarily omitted Tho program WIISI made up of pian6 and violin a piano duet vocal solos and it trio The Glee Club also contributed tnoI numbers Tho piano selections hibited quite a wide range of style and expression and showed that painstaking work had been done in their preparation Tho vocal num hors wore also well given especially those by Misses Putnam and Hollister Tho evenings entertainment showed that tie Music depart ment is wing competently directed by Miss Leer and Prof Weaver G A R Encampment at Berea Tho following letter has boon re vived from Prof L V Dodge who Eulcnmpnltmt Dear Cilizeit game Wo came to the Doimrtment Encampment instructed to invito them to come to Boron next year BlizulHithtown was seeking it and hall a large putt of the usual leaders committed to that place But a standup fight in open convention amid the keenost interest of the tiny resul ol in n victory for Beren by more than two to ouch Hurrah for tho gathering at Boron next year L V DOOOB Decoration Day Demonstration Next Sunday the Rev A 12 Thorn son will preach the annual sermon to veterans at tho Tabernacle at II- Af On noxt Tuesday Decoration Day will lo duly observed by the College in conjunction with the Capt lames West Post of the G At R At 1130t M the exercises will begin in time Tabernacle consisting of un ap propriato program by the Model Schools and mombefftof tho Rhetor ical classes These exorcises will IH followed by a march to the cemetery to decorate the graves of the veterans buried there At 180 Prof Dodge will give his lecture on James Oar field at the Tabernacle Tho band drum corps and glee club will assist ill tho exercises of time day Y M C A Social Ladies Hall lawn presented quite n busy scene on Saturday evening from 030 to 0 oclock A tent had been erected ou the lawn during the day from which icecream and cake were dispensed during the evening under the auspices of tho Y M 0 A The weather was rather chilly for such un occasion and the receipts were therefore smaller than had been oped for Japanese lanterns were hung on tho shrubs and in various places about the grounds which amid lr- Zads SHOE rSWELLOOT or people ed n cheery aspect to the surround ings Social privileges had been granted and wore taken advnntugi of by quite n large number of noun and maidens in friendly prtfnenadei t about the well beaten paths to time strains of music by the baud in omit mindIalso quiteII on the grounds and aided by their presence mid purchases HO fur us the lenioniluro would permit in mak hug time evening n success Mock Trial Quitonnumler ofvisilors attended the Mock Trial laid in Alpha Zulu I Society room on Friday evening last Mr Walter B 31111 aims tho defendant and the charge was Stirring up sedition against the United Stutett Government and ex erting an inlluenec tending to anarchy Prof Rumold acted as judge Messrs It n HolwrtR and Jno Gerdes wore Attorneys for the Commonwealth and Busses 1i1iii hard and W 12 Rix were retained as attorneys for the defense After tho Jury had been duly sworn tilt Oust was proceeded with The prosI ecution based their nose on the testimony of four witnesses who swore from intimate knowledge of the fuels in the case that time Ileftn- dal1t was guilty beyond n doubt of the indictment issued against him Tho defense on the testimony of four witnesses endeavored to prove alibis in tho case of tho prisoner in two instances prejudice ou tho part of tho prosecution and that the life of the prisoner hall over been sutra dietary to time charge under which he was indicted Time Jury returned verdict of guilty John J Lynch acted nit Clerk of tho Court and Claude B Krust as Sheriff The Seniors Cane Rush Tho Senldrs anda Jan Intimate friends in all about fifteen wore happily outortutliod at the homo of Prof Mason on Tuesday ironing from 780 to 080 Tho genial host proved himself an adept in introduc ing novel features chief of which was what tUllY lx tormcda mini rush itA Hulllcieiit uumlor of unties hud IXHIU out from various kinds of trees mid peaked with class colors In the course of time evening time Professor reminded his guests of the many taRn licks they had put In together in the Forestry class null expressed desire to test tho reteu tutivo power of thoir minds along forestry litmus Each Senior was in vital to choose u cane from time whole number antI if able to give tho tree name from which it was out received a passing grudo hut if wipnblo of giving time botanical name also ems graduated with honors This oxor cise proved a most Interesting purl of tho evenings entertainment and ouch one earned away a cane ns a souvenir Wo might ray in HIM connection that only n small numlxr flunked in the test Mrs Mason was equally efficient in her duties an hostess and succeeded in adding tho fine touches in tho wayof delicious refreshments to au evening replete with pleasure in every particular Some class songs and yells gave evidence of the buoyancy of spirit among the Seniors who are loud in their expression of time appreciu lion of the evenings enjoyment so kindly furnished them at the hands of Prof anti Mrs Mnsoii Berea College Anniversaries Sunday May 28 Sermon to Veter ans Rev A E Thomson Tuesday May 80 Decoration Day Address Prof L V Dodge Friday June 2Clusa Day Exorcises Sunday Juno 4 Sermon to Graduates Rer J F Loba D D Evanston III Monday Juno br Concert by liar monia Society Tuesday Juno 0 Address lo Lit crary Societies Wednesday Juno 7 Commence moot U A si Exhibitions of Industries Addresses by Graduates Conterriu of Degrees 1180 Laying of Corner Stone of Carnegie Library Hon C F Bur nam Richmond 1 r M Opening of Water Works Mrs Wm E Barton Chicago 130 r M Commencement Address lIon Jn D White Manchester SItakerAPallSeptember 18 Mr E B Hancock anti Prof Dodgo Beren Lewis Sandlin Levi Kimberlin of Dreyfus represented tho Capt James West Post at the State Encampment in Louisville Hits weekBerea friends of M K Pasco Jr will Iw pleased to learn that he bit just been appointed assistant it chemistry at Yale for tho coining year His work will be Qualitative Analysis conducting class in Laboratory work correcting papers note books etc nrrrrrrrrservrterrKrrtrKlVesbrarrrri rrrdkkKkK ruRttRrnt x mRr A I kY A r- A t Bcrca has the Inrgest most complete I- it Q nnd uptodate Drug Store hi Mndison County We are cspaeinlly well equipped for t t the prompt filling of prescriptions Only r t pure and fresh drugs used We Solicit y t Yalid 4 AA s i t The PORTER DRUG GO Ya TIltftr11 ivtitrt Parity it ParaiMunf A A yr ri- IAAAAAAililh iR- It i i It r +lAhailAAAiIiidAAAA oAdAi lelAitAA 11rt lA lit A Allilit i 000000000000000000000-o u- o i Figures and Truths i0- i TInt figures never lie when there is no liar behind n them has been proven in ages peat Wo want to 0 demonstrate Co you that our figures on n- O 0- i Dry Goods Notions u- i And Uptodate Millinery 0 g Are voritnblo truths nnd that we can supply your treats for lots money and with more satisfaction i s than anyone elae- We o i want you when in need of a now Spring Hat o EDreSs Goods in silks silk organdies cashmeres lawns white goods or ginghams Ladies Underwear Cor iSlU Laces Embroideries otc to come toII TilE SHOP FOR LADIES and let us give you more i goods and bettor than you can got anywhere for the o money We carry a line of Mandoll Bros samples s for shirtwaist Suits Skirts and Coats nnd shall be i glad to supply your needs Call and see us o 0- i C J Hanson Co o- o 0 00000000000000000000000000 Do You Feel Safe Without Fire Insurance You wouldnt miss the small amount it would take to pay insumnco But you would miss your Imme if yoif should lose anygof the good Companies 1 FIRE LIFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD And TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC KyiAT THE BANK NEWSFROMALL OVER THE WORLD F Happenings of IntercsUGnthercd and Condensed For the Busy Reader PROGRESS OF THE RUSSOJAP WAR f 1WhAt In Transpiring at the Capital tho Nation Together With Ex Events Occurring In 1 IForOID Countries ti War Items With a suspicion stoppage of dli J iwlehdil from Manohurla and a strong IKiaolblilty that Vice Adm Rojcatvcns ky has cut his last communications 4with flotfm and set forth on the final Mage of his journey to his goal either Togo or Vladivostok Interest la man IfratoU la naval and military circle In at Petiraburg In tho two told field of war Thu apparently complete disappear aoco ot the Human tar eastern float JaHo to tho bettor either that a battle In imminent or that Adm Rojotttvon ky Jm ftuceewled In establishing a naval base Vtw Adm Blrllecf who has been Bujflfd for tIM supreme naval com mand In the Pacific will leave for Vladivostok OB May 2d to assume rtMrct there and make preparations tar repairing and refitting the vcMoIi ftt Vice Adm Rojeeetvenskys fleet when they arrive YUMa the tat fortnight sewn ships Have bees blown up by mine that tho JHpatKMe had planted for the Russian octal Ad 4N from Hong Keng report that MII enonaoua fleet ot collier for tho llMikia PAOtrtc fleet Is oft the Mekong Delta out nloNg the whole GOut as far a Cftpt St James Forty of tho eoWtxM are flying the German flo M4 A wore of others show British Norwegian Russian and French flags Mltoollaneou Nw At the session of the annual conven thin of tile Alien Federation of Mu stdana Preaklent Joseph N Weber of QlnoUtull Secretary Oweu Miller af fit Loins and Treasurer Otto Or eeodort also ot 8t Louis were renoml noted by neclawatlon Secretary Tuft appointed Maj Gen Luntfurt U Lwroas ot Virginia n momber of tM Gettysburg battlefield park naeinlMtoH to fill tho vacancy MiHMii br the death of Maj W M Hobtn ot Nortk Carolina Tlitt Babbath etoelatlon of Illinois N M their Uth annual meeting atphlvage decided to aid a letter taut Koaeevett requesting him to stop the deitrvry of walla on Suftday- Metnphla Team was selected all the KtmDtlott city for tko Order ot Rail way Coadoelera two years henoe The lapdtlo tour ot the congroe atonal rivers aad harbors committee has e4ed A resolution was passel eaiBIng for a Rational waterways eon venttoK Maher at Washington or New YkCol O W CMU ft weil4 Gown reel dent of Claelaatftl died wMenly In Washington of heart failure Col Chirk was a veteran of the civil war lie will be burled at Arlington A nftoadld Met of selling yachu swept arroe a starting line at Sandy Hook lightship and headed out to the broad Atlantic ocean on a race of 3 000 J111ei to the Bngllih coast for a O sup offered by Emperor William lot UqrMARr sTa Tho National llacufAOturors asso alatl n pawed a resolution upholding the stand taken by President Parry i Against the exercise by the national KOvcrnnwnt ot rate making power for the vullroadi Dr J B PluiiVett of Augusta Go was elected moderator by tho general AMetnbly of the Southern Presbyterian church In the United States A unit has been brought against tho KqulUtble Life Assurance society In Now York asking that tho court order the directors of tho society to divide the exceM of the surplus among the peUey holders Mre C L Chad wick In a statement rondo to a preaa representative sahl that since January 1 1801 she had 0210090 Of this amount sho borrowed O over 100000 tho remain der coming from trust funds and some paler The woman lost 40000 In one Investment atone Member of Nan Pattersons family wjnllmied the torlo6 of a 2000a week theatrical eontroet signed by Nan with a New York firm of muslo tall proprietor The state diocesan conference of the Hplaoopal church practically acoam pushed the segregation of the ragjls- in Georgia The tenth annual convention of the National Association of Manufacturer canto to n cUwo after selecting Now York as tho place for tho convention of 190C and reelecting D M Parry of Indlnna na president News has been received that Pala the outlaw Moro chief who has boon pursued the past two weeks on tho Is land of Jolo by troops under tho com upnd tlf pep Ioonlml Wood has boon Idlled Ills few surviving followers are being trailed by tho troops President McKendreo Chamberlain of tho University of Illinois onnouncec the addition ot 100000 to tho endow mont fund effected It U more than probable that En rlnue Creel govornor of Chihuahua MIx will be named as ambassador to b United States from Mexico sue- e ding the late Auibasjador A pjrfis The convention of the Amalflganmt ed Association ot Iron Steel and Im Workers voted to change the system of vice presidents for the association Under the reorganization plan adopted five salaried vlco presidents wilt be elected to perform tho duties now ta ken care of by tho ten nonsalaried dls QTheAfeoclatlon of Iron Steel and Tin Workers changed the system of paying duos in tho organization A percentage jMrslaw of Joseph Pulitzer and widow of William W Davis died at hor resl donco In Washington She and her husband wore cousins of Jefferson Davie Joseph Jofforsons birthplace has been sold at auction for = 8126 Il1s a threeand a half story stono building at tho southwest corner of Sixth and Spruce streets Philadelphia In a colllilon between two Illinois Central freight trains two mile south of Echots Ky olght men wore killed JAmiddented In tho annals of Philadelphias legislative body the city council voted to loose the citys gas works to the Unlfcd Gas Improvement Co for a torm of 75 years for tho total sum of 126000000 tho money to be paid In various amounts before the end of fThoManila and Nagasaki bringing home the Uth cavalry after two years sorv IceIn the Philippines The 10th Infantry U S A Col But lor D Price has left Fort McPhorson for the Philippines They will take the place thoro of tho 17th Infantry which on the arrival of tho 16th will return to the united States and It Is expected will be stationed at Fort Ho Pherson The grand jury which has beon In venillgatlng tho beat Industry at Chicago adjourned after being In session for exactly three months It will re convene on Juno 7 Si S Warner a lottery ticket agent with an office In Kansas City was ar rested charged with conspiracy to violate the United States law against traf tlc In lottery ticket The Planters hotel St Louis was imrehated by a syndicate of which Col T J Landrum of Lou 11119 Ky Is prenidont The price paid was about IMfleOO IPrank Lehone the 19yearold boy Lee Bush five tlmee to eee If his gun would kill a nigger afeund guilty at Cartel Ill and given a penitentiary sentence The next annual convention of the Travelers Protective association will be held in Buffalo N Y W U Johnson of TennMMe was elected preal dent The preeldant of the Iowa board of heatth hat announced that the board will alet a rule that all physicians la No employ must shave ort their beard and musinohea He declared that whlehera are germ catchers Johnnn Hooh who by his own eon feaBlon Is several times a IHgamlet and who is charged by the police with having mauled at least 40 women In the past IS years was found guilty of the murder ot his wife and the death sentence was recommended by a Jury In Judge KerstenB court Chicago The Mate charter board has refused the application of tho Pullman Co for a license to do busine In Kansas Tlie company sent a feo of 2760 with its application Ira D Sankey hymn writer awl ringer whose name Is a household word throughout the religious world has been dangerously 111 at his Brook lyn home Secretary Morton will leave the cab loot July 1 If tho president will accept his resignation on that Unto Tho women of the Baptist church Toronto Kan have written to John D Rockefeller asking for financial as sistance to rebuild their church which wa destroyed by a tornado Totally deranged because qf long worrying over the Equitable LIfo As surance Cos squabble 0 C Cad man a prominent Detroit business man es caped from his home In Detroit and was taken in charge by the police while scattering 100000 checks among his friends H Clay Grubb charged with killing his brotherinlaw 0 B Davis was ac quitted at Salisbury N C Mrs Grubb tho dead mans sister remained loyal to hor husband throughout the trial Lying dead in a room In hair home near Frankllnvlllo N J M Marga ret Hradley SO and a Slater of Char- Ity was found by neighbors She has been dead a week at least It Is be lloved that sho was murdered At tho convention of the Switch mens Union of North America tho In auranco question was settled when the now class of Insurance a 300 policy was lidded to the two clauses already given by the order There will bo no Increase of rates William J Bryan announces that he will make a tour of tho world for the study ot municipal ownership and railroad problems His daughter Is In poor health and with other members of his family will accompany him A rule that will make It Impossible for any man except ono actively en gafcod In a switchyard td become a grand lodge offlcor of the Switchmens Union of North America was adopted hy tho union In committee of the whola Representatives of tho Chicago street railway companies declared their willingness to soil their traction properties to the municipality The United Brethren con ference voted for union with the Con gregatlonal and Methodist Protestant churches A hard fight Will made on the adoption of the syllabus Business failures In United States for tho week ending May 18 number 101 against 168 last week 215 In tho like week In 1901 166 in 1903 and 152 In 1902 Simultaneously with the raising of the American flag at MoKlntey square New York on Memorial day Maj Wilson with a detachment from Second battery will fire a salute otI21 guns On the ground that the antitrust law of Montana IB unconstitutional Henry C Smith In the District at Helena Mont sustained the demurrer to the Information In the criminal proceedings Instituted against flvo packing houses The state will appeal Moro than 300 suits were flied by the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Co to collect stock subscriptions aggregating 30000 Among the suits was one against former Mayor Henry Zelgen helm for LOOO which it Is alleged ho subscribedEdward Kelleher was sentenced to a of 25 years in the penitentiary killing St Louis Tommy Sulli van a prize fighter at St Louis Sul Ivan was shot In a saloon and died several days later at the city hospital Kelleher made a plea of selfdefense The general synod of the Reformed Presbyterian church hiss decided that nstumental muslo may be used In at churches of the denomina One hundred and ninetyfour pro by torles have voted for tho proposed consolidation with the Cumberland Presbyterians and 39 oppose it A special committee will be named to canvass the vote and report a plan of consolidation Alfred Do Oro won the worlds cham pionship pool contest at Buffalo N Y defeating Jerome Keogh In a contest which lasted three nights Tho final score was De Ore 600 Keogh 604 The strike of the Chicago teamsters instead of being declared oft will be spread to greater proportion This Will decided by tho members of the Teamster Joint Council Three diamonds out from the world famous Cxcolslon stone and valued In tho aggregate at 90000 have disappeared from the shop ot Tiffany Co- In Now York The company believe that they were stolen by somebody In their employ President Roosevelt has been requested to take cognizance of the sit nation Rat has been brought about by the Equitable Life Assurance society trouble and to Institute a national In vestigation of tho Insurance business as It Is now conducted Col W H TIsdale formerly United States marshal for the Montgomery Ala district under President Cleveland died in Montgomery Death was caused by a ruptured blood vessel In Ms head Mrs Mary Shepard died at her home In Poughkeepule N Y at the age of 104 years She was born in County Kilkenny Ireland December 38 1SOO P J McArdle of Muncie Ind was eleotei president of the Amalgamated Association of Iron Steel and Tin Workers on the second ballot Tho third anniversary of the Inauguration of the Cuban republic was celebrated The holiday which Was universally observed was similar to a Fourth of July celebration In the Unit ed States Over 1000 Japanese laborers on tho Pioneer plantation on tho Island of Maul S I have gone on strike for In creased wages There are Indications that the strike will spread Judge Daniel Buck former Justice of the state supreme court died at MlLnI kato Mlnn after a long Illness Judge Buck was born In BoonevllleiKy In 18S9 and went to Minnesota In 1857 Col Wallace Taylor of the constab ulary was severely wounded In an en pagjonent with the Pulajanes at Mag ta6n on the coast of Samar One private was killed and 10 wounded Many Pulajanes Were killed Wllkosbarre Pa suffered a 300000 fire caused by tho crossing of two eloctrlc wires Vice President Chas W Fairbanks will leave Indianapolis for Portland Ore where he will represent Presi dent Roosevelt at the opening of the LewU and Clark exposition Juno 1 An encounter between Graoco Mace tlonla bands apd a strong Turkish de tachment U reported to have occurred In the district of Langodlna In Mace donia Eleven Insurgents and 50 Turks are reported to have beon killed At Toronto Ont Jpscphlno Cnrr a Jyearold girl has confessed to tho murder ot William Murray a 9months old Infant Gladstone Dowie son of tho Zion prophet John Alexander Dowie and Judge Barnes a legal advisor are In Mexico City completing details for the taking over of a largo tract of lund for tho purpose ot establishing a colony In Mexico etmllar to that at Zion City III A heavy wind storm blowing nt the rale ot 70 miles an hour struck Fort Worth Tex from the southwest Much property was damaged and John Young a train dispatcher was killed At Baltimore George Horst 33 la alive with two bullets In his head fired there with suicidal intent Ho will recover Oov Deneen signed the Chicago charter bill which includes In Its provisions tile lengthening of tho term ot omco of mayor and aldermen from two to four years The bill carrlos a refer endum clause Oov Deneen signed Uu shot flrors hill which provides that after July 1 Illinois operators shall furnish special shot firers In place of leaving this work to regular miners At Wlnona Lake lad Dr James D Moffat president of the Washington and Jefferson college Washington Pa was elected moderator of the Presbyterian general assembly AN INDUSTRIAL WAR It is Feared the Teamsters Strike Will Spread Lumbermens Drivers and the Build Ing Trades Unions May Become In volved In tho StruggleBoth Sides Remain Firm Chicago May 22Sunday brought no chango In the attitude of either aide to the labor controversy now In pro gre in Chicago and everything now points to an extension of the team tens strike to many other business houses during the week Tho officials of the express companies whose re fusal lo reinstate any of tholr striking employes caused the collapse of tho settlement of tho trouble still adhere to their determination not to glvo em ploymcnt to any of their former em ploye and the other firms Involved in the difficulty declared that they would stand by the express companies In the fight The teamsters union has taken just as firm a stand as the employers and It was stated by President Shea that the union would never call ort the strike until the express com panics come to terms The first spread of the strike is expected to come when the lumbermens ssfOcJatlon employing 2400 teamstora Issues an order to their men to make deliveries to all business houses regardless of whether they are involved In to strike or not In anticipation of such an order the teamsters met and voted to go on strlko should any teamsters bo discharged for totaling to obey the order of tho association With nonunion drivers making deliveries for the lumbermen the trouble will undoubtedly spread to affiliated Industries as the union mon employed on buildings will refuse to handle material delivered by nonunion labor j SERIOUS RACETROUBLE Y Bloody Riots Between Whites and Black In Chicago Chicago May 22 Chicago Is threat ened with a race war of serious proportions Embittered by the shooting of UBOCB Carlson an elghtyearold boy last week by two negroes tho residents in the vicinity of 29th and Dearborn streets have armed them selves and clashes between white and colored men have become so frequent since the Carlson murder that It has been found necessary to detail scores ot policemen In the district to presorvo paaoo Bvoji this precaution has been unsuccessful In keeping the opposing factions apart riot broke out In this dls trlpjltttween the whites and the blacks James Gray colored was kill ed Harry Bernstein was mortally voiinded and a building in which llerneteln was being held a captive suffering from four bullet wounds WWi stoned and partly wrecked by a mob ot 1000 persons RUSSIANS REPULSED Detachment of Infantry and Cavalry Attacked Chlengzu ToWo May 22The following report is published- In the direction of Wei Yuan Pao men on the morning of May 19 tho enemy with twocompanles of Infantry and two squadrons of cavalry again attacked Chlongtzu but was repulsed at 1 oclock In the afternoon Simultaneously the enemy with one regiment of Infantry and five squadrons of cavalry actively attacked Ching Yang Pao but was entirely repulsed At GI oclock In the evening There had heap no material change at Changtu except collisions with scouts since wa repulsed the enemy on May 18 On the right bank of the Llao river the enemys cavalry la concentrating Its main strength being at Kungchullang eight miles west of Fakoman- MRS i OGDEN DOREMU8 Honorary Vice President of the Daughter of American Revolution Dead New York May 22Mrs Ogden DoremuH wife of Prof R Ogden Dote mud died aged 75 years Mrs Dora mus was a daughter of Capt Zophar SlcWraore an officer In the Contlnen Hunrhiy who was at the surrender ot Burgoyne at Saratoga She was a re gent of the New York chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and honorary vice president of the na tlonnl society Judge A W Tourgee Deals Bordeaux May 22fudge Albion Wlnogar Tourgee ot Mayvllle N Y American consul here died of acute uraemia which resulted from an old wound Judge Tourgee was taken seriously jll some months ago but his condition afterwards Improved and It was believed his recovery was probable Recently however tho disease took another serious turn and Judge Tourgeo lingered until now Ho was born at WHllanisfloldO May 2 1838 Roosevelt Names Adams Washington May 22ln view ot the death recently of Judge Amos M Thnyor of tho United States circuit court at St Louis President Roosovelt has decided to promote to Jho vncnn cy Judge Elmer B Adams of the UnIt ed Stated district court at St Louis The Cruiser Relna Mercedes Portsmouth N IL May 22The cruiser Reina Mercedes captured nt Santiago during the war with Spain has sailed for Newport R I after having been remodelled as a receiving ship t STATE ODDS AND ENDS 7 EDWARD JOHNSON j Newport police Are Trying To Fasten Many Crimes Upon Him Newport Kjr May 19 Murders coldblooded assaults and many rob borlos are attributed by the Newport police to Edward Johnson colored now in the Newport jail on the technical charge of sending threatening letters to people in Covlngton and Newport They also say he Is suffering from a religious mania The police are trying to prove that Johnson and Henry Williams who was hanged In Roanoke Va recently robbed and then murdered an old woman near Chester W Va on Thanksgiving day 1899 A man was lynched Me this crime That In September 1900 near Union town Pa they robbed and killed two Italians and then threw their bodies Into a coke oven That In October 1901 they killed a man near Hyndman Pat That In August 1903 they murdered a woman near Portland O and hid her body In the bushes These and many other crimes touch- Ing assault and robbery are outlined In a letter that It is thought Johnson wrote as a confession to the chief of police of Chester W Va Until he got religion Johnson was known In Newport by the police as a bad man CRIGLER is CRIGLER They Lose Their Case In the Kentucky Court of Appeals Frankfort Ky May 19The court of appeals by Judge Barker affirmed the Laurel circuit court In the case of Robert L and Jacob S Crigler vs the commonwealth The actions Involve seven Indictments and fines for viola lion of the prohibition laws of Laurel county The appellants aro distillers In Scott county having branch offices In Covington and Cincinnati They hipped the whisky from Cincinnati and defended on the ground that the law Is an interference with Interstate commerce The court holds that this plea was an evasion as tho whisky was made In Kentucky and shipped to Cfnclnnati and back Into the state to avoid the law CURTIS JETT Noted Feudist Had His Thumb Severed a Machine TCy Frankfort May 18CurUs Jett notorious feudist of Breathltt county who is serving a life sentence in the state penitentiary for assassination had the thumb of his pistol hand soy erod by a saw of a machine he was operating in tho chair factory of the institution Jott claims the dismem boring was accidental but persons connected with the prison point to sev eral similar Injuries to prisoners which were by design and to avoid hard work One King Bird a notorl ous prisoner several years ago cut off his hand and threw It from a window to avoid work FEARS FOR PRISONERS Breathltt County Judge Apprehends Trouble at Coming Trials I Lexington Ky May 20The regu Jar term of tho Breathltt circuit court at Jackson will convene Monday and the cases against Moso Fcltner Sam Fields and Sam Jett will be called Fellner and Fields aro charged with murder and confederating to kill Jesse Fields while Jett Is charged with arson alleged to have been cpmmlttcd 15 years ago The court is In a quandary as to how to protect the prisoners as it Is feared that they will be assassinated because of the prominent part they took In the states behalf In recent feud trial here Entertained at Hagglna Farm Lexington Ky May 18Two hun dred members of the International Railway Congress arrived hero on a special train from Cincinnati They were mpt by the Lexington Automobile club and driven to the Elmendort farm of J B llaggln where they were entertained at luncheon by Manager C II Berryman Rabies Seize Dog Catcher t Lexington Ky May 20 Cleveland Sloan a prominent young turfman died as the result of a dog bite Sloan was assisting the city dog catcher In placing porno stray dogs In the wagon when one of them bit him Ho had convulsions which terminated In his death Injured In a Runaway Paducah Ky May 20Miss Flora Wood was thrown from a buggy in a runaway and badly Injured liar left hip was broken and she was Internal ly injured Miss Alice Wood and Mrs J L Putnam were also Injured Fourteen Year In Penitentiary MadlBonvlllo Ky May 19Tho jury In tho case of tho commonwealth TO Jolt Morgan colored charged with tho killing of Pord Lutz in this city list October brought in a verdict of guilty and sentenced tho defendant to 14 years In the penitentiary Intercollegiate Field Meet Lexington Ky May 20ln tho an nual Intercollegiate field moot Non lucky university won by a score of 50 points Kentucky State college was tccond with 42 points and Central university third with 35 points MURDERED AND ROBBED Saddle Blood Spattered and the Law yers Body Found In the Lane Glasgow Ky May 20News hiS reached here of the murder and rot bery near Burksville of James Skin nier one of the most prominent men in Cumberland county Skinnier had been In Burksville since Monday en gaged In taking depositions in a law suit between himself and E Q Alex ander of Watervlew and took hit horse from the livery stable and left townThat was the last time he was seen alive His body was found in a lane near the Cumberland pike about a mile north of Burksville There was a bullet hole in his right temple and three in Ms breast Ills watch a bill case containing f 2000 In currency and a short sack of silver he bad with hIm When he left town and a bundle of legal paper are gone Hfs rain coat was buttoned up closely around him and his hat was on his face Near by was his horso and blood on both sides of the saddle leads to tho belief that the shooting was done elsewhere and the body placed on the horse and carried to tho spot where It was found Two white men are under suspicion and are being closely watched KENTUCKY ODD FELLOWS J L Brawner of Mt Sterling Was Elected Grand Patriarch Louisville Ky May 18At the session of the annual encampment of Kentucky Independent Order of Odd Fellows It was voted to hold the next encampment at Paris Ky Tho officers elected are J L Brawner Mt Sterling grand patriarch J P Wheeler Ghent grand high priest Otto L Bright Newport senior warden W R Conover Henderson Junior warden W II Cox Maysvllle grand representative R G Elliott Lexington grand scribe George W Morris Lou isville treasurer The grand patriarchs report showed a not Increase of 638 members during the year making a total of 2554 LEARNS HES RICH I Dayton Machinist Dropped His Tools and Quit Work Dayton Ky May 20Geo Brooks a machinist living at 313 Third avenue has received word from Lincoln shire England that his maternal grandmother has just died leaving him landed property worth between 35000 and 95000 Brooks who has been In this country about 15 years and during that time has worked 13 years for Fay Egan Cincinnati ox pects to leave for England within a few weeks and take possession of uls estate He has engaged Attorney Arthur Hall Newport to communi cate with a London barrister and attend to Its transfer When Brooks heard the glad tidings he Immediately quit work WARNER RESPITED Inquiry Will Be Made as To the Sanity of the Condemned Man Frankfort Ky May 19Go Beck ham respited until Wednesday May 31 next tho death sentence of Warner slayer of Pulaskl Leeds whoIwas to have been hanged at Louisville The respite Is ordered on recommends lion of Circuit Judge Pryor and Commonwealths Attorney Huffoker of the Louisville district for the purpose ot making further Inquiry as to the san- Ity ot the condemned man Heavy Rains Damage Tobacco Madisonvllle Ky May J9Theheavy rains have greatly damaged tobacco plants Reports from Hopkins county are to the effect that at least 50 por cent of the tobacco plants aro ruined and It is thought that unless weather conditions change the remainder of the plants will be lulled lectrlc Light and Power Plant PaulKab Ky May 20 Chicago CIn clnnatl and New York capitalists are Interested In an electric light and pow er plant which Ms to be put up hero in the near future The capital stools of the company will be 300000 Silver Skin Won Louisville Ky May 20SlIver Skin the favorite won the handicap at Churchill Downs covering the mile arid a sixteenth in good time Apple was second and Baits third with a field of good horsos unplaced Poolroom Ordinance Passed Covlngton Ky May 19The aldermen passed the ordinance fixing the license on poolrooms at 25 and cost for each day they operate The llcensa was formerly 510 and costs ouch day Died In a BarberShop Hickman Ky May 20 Warner Bre vard dropped dead while In a barber shop Physicians wore called In and they derided his death had resulted from rheumatism of the heart Mr Brevard was about 30 years old und single Kentucky Laundrymen Convene Owcnsboro ICY May 20The Ken tucky Iaundrymcns association began Its annual meeting hero Tiio session was called to order by President Pritchett of Madisonvllle A banquet was served at the Chautauqua park M IrY AGENCY FOR f CANDY JOES Richmond Ky PRODUCECHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at top notch prices by J S GOTT Dopot Street Berea Ky STOP Wearing thoso old shoes Bring them to lUll nnd I will make them look like now I am prepared to do all kinds of Shoe Repairing Neatly and Promptly Shop Ia rear of Gamble House Open every after noon from 2 until 6 30 Your patronage i9 solicited L DARIER C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All calls promptly attended to night ml day Telephone No4 Berea Ky W M TANKERSLEY Vatches Clocks and Jewelry repaired and Cleaned Satisfaction guaranteed If my work is not satisfactory I will do tho work over free of charge BIOKNBLL R EARLYS STORE BEREl KENTUCKY TWO PAINT RULES Cleanliness is tho first and foremost rule for every painter Tho second ism Use Green Seal Liquid Paint For Sale by Porter Drug Co EstateIn Borea Anyone wanting to sell or buy improved or unimproved property in Berea ICycall on J P Bicknell as ho is in the business I have 40 acres right in tho corporation of Berea which I will sell to anyone who waste to make moneyon town property A PLEASING EFFECT A gown of Green Seal Liquid Paint on your house makes your home look stylish and inviting Try it For Sale by Porter Drug Co for Sour Protection wo place thlH lalwl on every puuknu of Scotts l1Iultdu The lutin vltliallshon his buck Id our trademurk and It Is a yiiuraiitwj thut Scotts Emul situ will do nil that Is claimed loll it Nothing better for lung throat or bronchial trnuliK la infant or ntliilt ScottH Iniul slue la one of tlw greatest lliHh liiilltlura Utiowu to the medical world Well send you a sample tree VJUTT t1J OOWREr0OIearIIUreI 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 WAISTINGr GINGHAMS ORGANDIES LAWNS PERCALES DRESS LINENS OPERA CREPE AND SUMMER SUITINGS OF ALL KINDS ARE FOUND HERE IN THE LATEST STYLES t WE HAVE THE NEWEST NOVELTIES IN THE POPULAR r SHADES OF BLUES AND BROWNS OUR STOCK OF WHITE GOODS IS COMPLETE IN ALL THE NEW STYLE PATTERNS4r 1 r COYLE HAYES 41 I I I I I I 11 I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I 111 I I I I I I I I I I I t I I 1 1 I I I 1111 Eastern Kentucky News Ho comipoaJcoec pabl shed unless ilfttd In ton by the writer The urns ti DOt for pablleitJoa but a n trtdtnce of good f lth Write pUUly + 1111111111111 r I 1111111 1 I I MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS May 21Misses Maggie anti Pearl Adams and Will Reeves and Pall Cornelison went to Glades Sunday nightMrs Garner is the guest of her daughter Mrs Jake Herndon this weekMr and Mrs Whitehead gave the young people a social last Saturday night MrsClaud Fortune and brother Willie Flicham of Hamilton Ohio were hero last week visiting tho families of Mr Flicham at Mote Cirt Thorpe and other friends in this vicinity Mr and Mrs Cirt Thorpe will spend Satur day with friends and relatives at Speedwell Several people from this place attended Pilot Knob church mitt Sunday Miss Serena Jones and sister were the guests last week of Mrs Lizzie Cornel ison and the Misses Johnson Caleb Adams and Miss Mollio Fortune were attending at Glade church Sunday nlghtMr and Mrs Kiah attended the funeral of Mrs Croker at Pilot Knob Wed nesday Mrs Addio Cornelmon and sister Miss Lizzie Burdetto went to Richmond Wednesday Mr and Mrs Joe Maupin were the guests of Daniel Maupip and family Tuesday evening Miss Lizzie Maupin spent Wednesday night with Misses Viola and Maud Baker and Thursday night with Misses Sarah und Nancy Wilson Walter Tisdnlo and family of Whites Station were the guests of J A Adams over Saturday 6Masl weekMrs Coralie Adams and niece Miss Mollie Fortune spent Monday with Mrs Mary Mitchellat Mote WALLACETON May 2lMrs Susie Holcomb fell from tin barn loft at her home Friday evening something near fifteen feet and is in a very critical condi tion She was in search ofeggs Mm Tuiary Rogers is very sick at this writing Miss Addie Baker ol Berea was the guest of her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs James Wallace last wewkMr and Mrs Calc Guinn entertained quite a number of young people at their homo Wednes day evening Icecream and cake wero served Born to Mr and Mrs Milt Jennings May 1tB boy Died May 10th the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Sanday Mr Lana Childs and Miss Mambo McCollum were married May 12 at Dan Gab bards The couple will keep house near Cartersville at the homo Mr Childs bought of Mr Ballard u few weeks agoBorn to Mr and Mrs Lawnie Stoe a big hoyM J Gab bard of Berea is the guest of G B Gabbard this weekMrs Fannie Brockman and children were the guests of his brother R B Gabbard and wife at Big Hill Saturday and Sunday Robert Gentry bought a mare at Adams Estridgos solo for 100 Tobacco setting is the occup ation around Wullaceton nowMrs 111111111111111111111111111 is proving Mft Alico Clark was the guest of Mrs James Wallace thi- weekMusses I Addle Dakar Annie Wallace and Lucy Cndo were thu guests of Sirs Nnuuio Sopor We- duesdayRev Shouso pniaoluxl at the Baptist church hero Sunday John Cudo is on the sick list thin week Justice Ponder antI fnmil have returned from Illinois titter- they wont a few months ago Hu came hack on account of ill health OWSLEY COUNTY FLOYD May 18We nro having a con siderablo amount of rain In thi locality Tho farmers have not done guy work for n week Late crops are prophesied There is a tide in the river and men who had logs have taken thorn to market Aunt Sallio Arnie died at time homo of Stephen Baker lost Friday evening Uncle Cain Richardson died at lib homo near here last Monday He was a peaceful citizen and ho has many friends to mourn his los Mrs Mary Rico has been on sick list but wo are happy to say that she is out againH II Rico has gone timberJohn r o with H II RiliThe Floyd post office is being moved from Joseph Bakers to H H Ricos R W Greene is on the ijick list PVtilay morning at the mill of Joseph Baker a large turkoy gobbler flew across the creek and lit on tho opposite hill ft fullview of tho millers before they could get a gun to kill him with Ho disappeared in the wools James Eversole of Manchester visited his daughter Mrs Mllph Helton at this place last week JACKSON COUNTY SAND GAP May 21We are having vary fine weather for farming and tho people seem tojbe taking advantage of ItThe click of tho corn planter nUll the killing of potato Dugs indicate there will ho plenty of con n and potatoes this year Sherman Durham is going to work for David Richardson this yearMrs J R Durham has been very ill but Is recovering Mro Jane Witt of Berea has been visiting her grand daughter Mrs Win Durham Quito a number of young folks also a few older ones visited some of tho South Fork Caves last Sunday report a good tinlOA P Ga bard our hustling merchant has a now lino of spring and summer goods Mrs Hacker of Stringtown- has 1 been visiting her daughter M A P Gabbard of tills pll1coE E Durham will visit friends and rela lives at Lancaster next weekJ R Durham has a largo telescope thin he says ho can see a gnats heel wit ten miles away Miss Anna Vowel who has been attending school Egypt Ky returned home Saturday I She was accompanied by Mr Win Cope Aunt Catherine ClommoiiH who has been very ill with cancer lit no huttorE E Durham sold Thomas Hayes n line drove of binge this weokMiss Margaret Durham has been visiting her sister Mrs Lewis McGuiro ROCKCASUE COUNTY ROCKFORD May 23Mr and Mrs John Lin villo visited Mr and Mrs Wan Rich Sunday evening T C Vinrs who has been sick is no betterMr and Mrs W 11 Stephens visited Mr and prrs J W Todd SundayI M went to Bores Friday on bush neseJ S Waddle of Scaffolt Cane hung white rags in life sweet otiito patch to scare the rabbits away and on close examination found it to Iw cut worms but still kept his white rage upMiRS Virgin Martii visited relatives on Su- udayMr and Mrs I L Martin visited friends near Berea Saturday and Sundayi CONWAY I May 22 Harvey Ghtnalt made n flying trip to Borea Friday Miss Nettio Oldham anti Mrs D G Martin wore tho guests of Mrs J J Wood Saturday Mrs R A Swinford visited her daughter Mrs Sallie Wood SundayD C Pullens Is BO busy with his bees Iw has quit coming to town but once a tiny J II Sigmon has quit soiling around cud gone to work George Catron Alfred Guild James Guinu and Tout Linvillo were in town on business MowbtyMrs OhlaMobloyof Ford ptlcoMMonday shopping Miss Martha McKiuzio was tho guest of Mrs So K I Sigmou Sunday Mrs V Q Berry is visiting Mrs Shookley at Boron I TIm farmers are almost done plant lug cornJ J Wood D C Pillions and J H Sigmon have decided to farm title year C DO YOU KNOW C Thovaluoof HANNAS LUSTUO FINISH It makes old floors I furllituro anti woodwork look more beautiful thnu when they woro now j And it lasts Sew fm lulled mniplo at Porter Drug C- oHappeningsI in Kentucky RESULT OF A FAMILY QUARREL Dora Arnett Shot and Fatally Wound ed Her Husband ML Sterling Ky May lain a ram ily quarrel at HendrioJw MaKofilR county Dora Arnett shot and faialy AraeKtohis wife am was trying to revolver from her when elte fired TheI Arnotts are prominent In aartern Kin tacky The woman wan placed In Jail Arnott will die I Salyeravillo Ky May UD H Ar nett once a merchant and Umber dai-s er of Hendrick died from the effects of n pistol wound Inalcted It in stirs ed by Mrs Dora Arnott his wife Sun day lost There are different opinions as to whether it was done accidentally or un purpose Mrs Arnett IB In the custody of tho Jailer It IB sold Arnwt whV Intoxicated abtwod her She was formerly a Miss Thompson of Virginia and her mitt husband was D M Ar tnett son of n 0 Arnett a prominent I citizen of this county Mrs Arnett IB prostrated over tho affair and claims the shooting of her husband na accidental She la related to oxCounty Judge J Wise Ha gins of Droathltt county ATE INFECTED HAM Nine People Living Near Latorta Were Poisoned Covington Ky May 24Nlno pool plo living uenr Iatonla Ky were poi soned by eating lnteoted ham Three cuts and a dog who were given some of tho food at the homes whore tllp were pets died The people arts all alive and with tho exception of two are out of danger Those poisoned were Gus Ounthcr Mrs Qua Qunther two Qunther chit dren Elza Moore Mrs Lira Moore and throe Moore children Qua Gunthor and his family live on tho Madison road not tar from Holmes dale Elsa Moore is the ferryman for the Queen City ratio track Ho on the bank of tho Licking river Dpi famlllcH purchased ham for supper from a grocer near Latonla All who ate of the food ware soon In agony Dr Simpson worked all night the poisoned people and their IIYe wore saved Charged With Assault nussellville Ky May 2tpollt Fletcher John Laoroy and 1111 and Guy Lyon charged with criminal as sault upon Miss Mary Glader are In tho Logan county Jail The girl Iden assailantsbsays ages father The prison Is bolas well guarded TeEsConfederate Found Drowned Bowling Green Ky May 24N BrumflcldT CS esconfederato soldier who lojttmo arm during the arm was found drowned Hi a pond near hero ponllItwas a note reading I am hero Lu atno one to blame Carriage Satisfaction Here I RunaboutsSurries Comfortable Stylish hodyfinlsbcarriages ioTHiiablygivo ti tlUIUNOWWe repaint repair and mtlrt Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond Ky Miss Lidia Isaacs line bought Williams outfit 111111M now HrplulIClJu lo PRESSING AND CLEAN NO Munding bleu neatly dona- Pricvs nflsonnblo House on Right Hand Side of Center St 1 PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE Mania k Dopot Horen Ky aM OHIO COLLEGE OP DENTAL SURGERY Dopartmontof Dentistry of CincinnatiI Central Avenue nnd Court Street Cincinnati Ohio + This College wild organized in 115 and tho 00th annual season 1 begins October gird 100T Three MWMUIIH of HOVOII mouths each are required for graduation This id the first Dental College iMitnhliitlml in the West It IH oo educational and hUll toaohlnu corps of twenty 1quireU10ntsD US Dean ltd Onrfleld Place Cincinnati Ohio h f eooeooeoeooeoooooooooo nt1 no CINCINNATI LAW b- s LAW Department of the University of Ciaoinnati EttabUibrd IW3 HAS 3400 GRADUATES o New building HMl eqnipmvnra with nil molest convpnlnc 5- Litest nnd meet approved tuHhoiU of innttuotlon with n Mpleudid o corps of toBolwnr sa threw veers peuu laulliig to degree of L IaB s Th 71th year of this Stlmcx ajwnH 8 ptombor Sflth lD0IoFor Announcement nml further Information tltlrewi vCPP RCXJERS Dun 1 o Cincinnati Law School 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