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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i + t t COtiii I IM 1fHloJ at Bata Ay CJI s l start mmllmalk- rv Zl1li HIIIIIIllJ 1 +1 H I VOL VI A Family Papor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 81905 One dollar a year HI FIVE SENTENCE SERMONS It in no sin to Iw tempted hut to bo OurcollloPenn It will starve any poor until to death to feed upon tho faults of others Jared Paterson To Hticceed ono must Hometiinofl lu very bold audotnctitncfl very erniH tent Najxjleon The most valuable result of educa tion is tho ability to mnke yourself do the thing you ought to do when it ought to Iw done whether you like to do it or notHuxleyC- hristianity wants nothing ao much in the world UN miuny people and the old mire hungrier for love than for bread and the oil of joy is very cheap and if you can hull tho poor on with a garment of pniinc it will hit letter for then than blankets Henry Drummoud FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho entry into Berlin of the Dud eye of MecklenburgSchwerin future Eninrww of Qermany was n gorgeous affair 1Uin said that tho captured RUN oflkwro of HojestveimkyH Meet will Iw paroled an were those of Port Arthur A serious light is reported to have occurred livtwou Sorvians and Bush garians near Kltnhewo Macedonia Twenty Bulgariaim mind twelve Ser viuud were killed Baron Speck von Sternberg the German AmlmHxador had a two hours conference with President Roosevelt Saturday bight He de clined to dmcuHM the subject of the meeting but said that HO far as ho knew no progress haul leen made to wanl txaco Intween Itussln and Japan in tho pat twentyfour hours No word from tho Guar was received at Washington yesterday A cable gram from St Petersburg nays that President Roosevelts tender of his good oral to bring about pace has teen received with general favor by the press and public IN OUR OWN COUNTRY One fireman was killed and two engineers badly hurt in an accident ton tho Lake Shore road Sixteen warship will commence a six days attack on the defenses of Washington and Baltimore June 11 in order to demonstrate the strength or weakness of some particular parts of tho defense The Government report on cotton fixes tho luctlonn acreage at 114 anti the crop condition at 772 Thero was a decided slump in tho market in Now Orleans Friday after the Government figures tend been giren out Fire in Piltsburg Saturday after noon destroyed tho Avenue Theater probably the oldest show house in the city and damaged the Grand Operahouse another theater in which a performance was in progress when the lira occurred Lo Slayer counsel for tutu Chicago employes announced last night that there would to no more conferences with the striking leant t Blers anti that the only way in which settlement could he reached was for strikers to announce defeat 1a Samuel Lnternlo er counsel for President of theioo Hyde Equi table Life says that the prosjxcts for a satisfactory peacefulntsd per manent solution of tho troubles of the society aro promising and important developments are expected In the next few days Mayor Weaver of Philadelphia Friday requested the resignations of the two Assistant Directors of Public Safety and Public Works and ap pointed successors to thom Au order was also issued that a report be mudo of tho number of voters registered from the homes of police mono COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Firo at Croftou destroyed properly worth 7100 Inccndiarimn is sus peeled Judge Evans decided for defend ant in the bond suits involving claims against Green county for 100000 Politicians in Washington are anxious to fluid out who is keeping Civil Service Commissioner Greene so much interested in Kentucky Republican politics Felix Foltner was found guilty of contempt of court at Winchester Thursday and the jury fixed hula punishment at two years imprisou ment at hard labor in the county jail and assessed u fine of 3000 Feltuer was placed in jail A motion will be made today for a now trial There is no time for tho trial of flue other contempt cases at this term of court a special term of court will bo culled for September to try tho lInr gisca and B F French lt 44e iJI u J THE CITIZEN BEREA COLLEGE COMMENCE 1 MENT JUNE 7 1905 9 a m Graduating Exhibitions and Exercises in Tab ernacle 1 130 a tnLaying of Cornerstone of Library t2 mBaskct Lunch i p mOpeningof Waterworks in front of Lincoln HaTlij I Industrial Building All Public Buildings with numerous exhibits open to visitors ProgramMusic Band Invocation Rev A M Brodie Db Chicago INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT Home Science Exhibit n What shall wo eatft Music pommel Schools Carpenters Exhibit wAhouse to live in I Music Band Partners Exhibit Tho Trees of the Forest Music Mountain Ballad NORMAL DEPARTMENT School versus Life William Andrew Adams Argellite icy KyTheMusic Glee Club KyObstructions KyMusicCOLLEOIATE DEPAR- TMENTLifeAMtasfcMargaret C Horn Lorain Ohio J Kenneth Cnlwoll Pueblo Col Napoleon Frank M Liveugood Ravenna Ohio KySoloKentucky Citizenship George W Pow Adams Mass Time Real Girl Carlotta M Oslwrno PainesvSlle Ohio Love the Master Pafwion Paul T PrenliHs Clmrlestown S C KyMusicTraining for Leadership excused Euphemia K Corwin New Brunswick N J Till Bright Side Hurley M Racer Columbus Ohio The Maid of Orleans Ethel E Todd Beren Ky KyMusioPrize Bibles Awarded DIPLOMAS AND DEGREES MustoUIIt1e Hum of time Republic By Harmonii and Audience Afternoon Program Music nand Prayer Rev J A R Rogers D D Woodstock III QuartetAddressSimpsonShortIuRicU God be with you till wo meet again Audience WHAT TO 5EEIThere is a great rea on Commencement Lunch baskets will IHJ taken care of al a room on tho west of the campus Anothor room there is fitted up for the use of mothers with young children and near by is n place whore you can get hot coffee or cold drinks and any manner of fruit or food torn luncheon The public exercises are in the Tabernacle at the backside of the grove They begin nt 9 oclock with the speeches by the graduating sin dents and exhibition of tho Industrial departments A little after 11 tho Prize Bibles will be awarded and tho graduates will come forward to re ceive their degrees old diplomas and tho parting words of the President This is time great hour of the day But thoro ate other great hours also Immediately nt tho end of the morning exercises there will le tho laying of n cornerstone at time now building which is already partially erected Alter lunch occurs tho opening of the waterworks immediately in front of Lincoln huh und there will be the largest waters out you evef saw Take notice There is a minutes recess after every piece of music so that people may go In or out of the Tabernacle You cannot go In or out at other times without disturb- Ing the exercises Before and after the exercises take time to visit as many buildings as you can lore is a list of tho more important ones Lincoln Hall whore you will sea the Library and the Homespun Fair The Ladies Hall where will see tho great dininghall time East Room and the office of tho Dean of WomenScience Hall where you will see electrical apparatus and other scien tific exhibits The Industrial Building with the womens industries at the left and the farmers industries at tho right and the woodworking machinery and UpstairsIn bytimeManual Training shop with its fine outfit of benches and tools Opposite the Industrial Building oiiritoe street is tho great Printing TIRV and a little beyond the power plant Is the Hospital viE1 COMMENCEMENT GUESTS AND VIS ITORS Among the distinguished guests we note the following Rev Dr S C Mitchell of Richmond Va who ChapellastEvanston Ills who gave time Bacca laureate Sermon Hon Wm B Smith of Richmond who gave the Address before the Literary Societies last night Mrs James Curtis of Boston an oldtimo donor and friend of the College Mr MacMillan a promi ChicagoRor cago who will bo remembered as the Commencement orator three years ugo Mrs J 0 Caldwell of Pueblo Colo whose son graduates from the Scientific Course Mrs James Mn Comis from Laurel Co and Mrs Hannah Allen from Clay Co whoso sons are also in the graduating class The following Trustees of the Col lege are already iu attendance Rev Dr Win E Barton Oak Park Ills Hon Addison Ballard Chicago tier Dr J A R Rogers Woodstock Ills Rev Dr W E C Wright Olivet Mich Hon Guy Ward Mallon Cincinnati Mr E R Stearns Cincinnati Hon Win Herudon Lancaster BrooklynNRev Dr James Bond Nashville Mr CityMrA SCHOOL AT HOME Families subscribing for THE CITI ZEN immure really a school in their own homes The Childrens Column in terests the youngest members of the upaninteresttime when the public schools are closed Tho other departments give entertainment and profit to fathers mothers anti other grownup members of tho household TIlE CITIZEN contains nothing which you would hesitate to have your children read It is n clean paper which stands for temperance progress education religion Subscribe today TO OET YOUR SHARE You will enjoy seeing the splendid todayRemfmber this wonderful collection of books and apparatus and machinery is all hero for the young people who desire to use it for their own improvement Time property is a gift from generous bytheyoung men and women who come ere secure the beat education Many students come hundreds of readingtheseyour fancily ought to have from the advantages of Berea College amongthoposed to slavery Its friends stood for the Union and suffered for time Union cause through the civil war The heroism of John G Fee and Prof Rogers set the mark for courage and devotion to principle for all the State An Historical Sketch containing over fifty portraits and many views of College buildings has recently been published and will he for sale on the College grounds Com mencement Day LIST OF GRADUATES FOR 1905 roumn JrMir Rhrlrmin Billle D nard eW110mTranler MolreuIJYtnjoodFnink ACUJroIlI neDrCbandlrrClurlmaaLlllleCuth JUrshsiewtrd Honkliu MayDailyYanlIarrlNlIDnlerIhfdNnMomxA4 lbelbhanlHiMtAaecvLTvu Btaek Chrlitoplirr toes + A rniii CARPENTRY Browning Jamb nllnand HOME BOUNCE W Jilwrn Martha Matilda NlfJIXO CIM Martha lane Certain former ttudrnU of Btrra excluded br atrttdarpprut ilegrHi and dlplomiu at follow OeDtlandBrtiktnrldcfoThoms midItiNNami PRIZE BIBLES nak lloten Eulg Kldd Archie JiQdenOtmCeHcrtt Button Carrie Muney IlIIam Taylor SaUIt1I0IlMa1IIl1dllOD SEPARATE PROVISION FOR COLORED STUDENTS On account of the most unreason able law known as the Day Bill Berea is unable to receive colored students as has been tho custom for many years and as is now tho custom in all the greater institutions of learning throughout the world except in the old slave states The College has assisted its former students to attend other schools and guaranteed to protect them from financial loss on account of this hostile legislation These colored UnlvershyKnoxit tide and elsewhere have acquitted themselves remarkably well during tho past year The College will continue their assistance for the year to come and willendeavor to find in what other ways under ex isting conditions it can best assist null benefit the colored race THE SHEDDING SEASON i With tho tint dim faint Buggeitlon That the summer leaiioni due When no longe pll ea the question U It cold enough for your When the grass cornea softly stealing And the pilgrim turns to golf Hound to shake that tired feeling Then we take our flannels oft Bummer smiling prematurely On some calm serene spring day Causes us lo argue surely It has this time come to stay So we take a chance at guessing Heedless though the cynics scuff That Its time for thinner dressing And we take our flannels off Well tho wind Its shafts may temper To the Inmbkln that Is shorn Causing It to miss distemper And to view the blasts with scorn But It sends a measure double Causing at the least a cough But more often loads of trouble When we take our rUnnola oft Eagerly the ozone sniffing Man says winter Is a wreck When the suns warm rays are billing Earth a swift punch In the neck And he sheds lute heavy raiment Though his years are more than ten But treat day when ho draws payment Then he ailpaem on again Amended Arithmetic One and one make one when they make use or a marriage license When the woman has to support the family some people think that one and nothing make one When He Didnt Need It IIo has unlimited credit at thi gro cery store I thought be always paid cash That Is why his credit Is good Two of One Mind In the spring the young mans fancy Turns to thoughts of love they say fancyMeeting t h + I IIJ 1ntliiHrSixteen Departments Eight Pages NO t tTj N 1rikeettbis bI+ r + tATAtiSu ufjredoor May 4 1905 f i f 4 C ARE WE JUSTIFIED Perhapa we ought Lobe aatiafied t I with present achiovements But you know I the more a man gets the more hefwanta This being true we are then 1 justified in soliciting new busi t neaa and especially so since we t aresowellequ1ppedtohandleitAccuracy t and liberality are the marked features t of our business Wo invite you to try us t h I L t 0 Cah1ri H rorottergotolRokolKoKoitotRotRoiRotROroto1olouorolKokorako oko 4 c o rO x 0 Look here new customer IXo We have a new line of i0 0 Springxand ods Sfo 0 o And are buyers aXr ooo solicit your spring trade on the represen iiWe carry a full line of mens and ladies iiquality of goods for the price and our I oo0 I o THE NEW CASH STOREa I a o C C RHODUS Prop Y 0 o X 0 1 X o0 0oYoure Invited To pay our storo a lengthy call that you may inspect the largest newest best bought stock of goods in Eastern Kentucky COME IN LOOK EXAMINECOMPARE and PRICE Our goods are all for sale we advertise and encourage homo buying and wo dont have to- GRUMBLE ABOUT BUSINESS We have SEASONABLE REASONABLE GOODS that never fail To make SMILING SATISFIED CUSTOMERSJHonest Dealing Lowest Prices and Judges of Quality will all testify in out behalf We Sell WHITE HOUSE SHOES Thoy Fit they Wear they Satisfy I Our Big 4 IOLIVEREverybody saves money by trading at WELCH S n HIS LADOR AND HIS LOVE Before the gateway of his lifes demand Sale Love and and Toll wr Writ and gray Jut Love was fair Love calledhe chose and they ras ed through the happy portals Mild In hand What one Is this he asked for ever planned A handmaid their delight and alt their way- Bloomed with the flowers of an endless May The fragrant blossoms of their Bdenlaad Then answered Love Dear foolish heart and fond Who hooieth Love bath won her servant too Toll the eternal ministers to And thouthou hadst not known dear heart and fond nut He who chooses Toll shall find too late That ho has left Love weeping at the gate George II Maltland In Booklovers Magazine lsfillNielY l A STUDY IN- BLISTERS j SpERMIT mo to see your hand said Miss Van Ether Wo were not playing poker Miss Van Ether and I as you might surmise If you had ever played with her Whenever she was In doubt she had an Im perious way of demanding an examina tlon of my cards before she would bet and I never showed her threo aces e with more reluctance than I felt In extending my hand to her In this In stance The truth Is my hands are ugly at best and I always avoided games at parties because attention was invariably directed to my several crooked baseball fingers Blisters Miss Van Ether went on as she turned my hand upward and fresh ones at that Well well No Here is one that is older than the rest and here Is one well I should say you had worn this for a long time Funny I never noticed It before Really Miss Van Pray dont interrupt my train of thought You know I hare learned the system of deduction You embarrass me greatly I in slsted My hands are so beastly horrid and I really dont like to show them Cant you deduce from my neck tie or Blisters horrid 7 she Interposed On the contrary they are beautiful that Is the study of them is beautiful ororat least very interesting Why from looking at these swotted evidences I can deduce a great deal bOforejLetMiss Van Ether was always frank with me that I was really soI to submit to the ordeal She was full of surprises I never knew what expect and I also knew that there was i nothing she could ask of me that II wouldnt do So of course I submit ted making the mental determination to laugh her out of the idea before she had gone far enough to do any dam ageIn the first place Miss Van Ether began screwing little thought wrinkles Into her forehead I deduce that you have a furnace In your house I de duce you doThe deuce you do I could not re sistparaphrasingDeduce she replied smiling and also I deduce that you do the firing of the furnace or did as long as the furnace was In use Your fur nace has been cold some little time You also have a lawn at home qultft a considerable lawnI should say CO foot front and about ICO feet deep BLISTEHB You have a number of flower beds and they are all nicely spaded and raked You have planted your sveet peas and your lawn was mowed for the first time this afternoon You have a trot In your yard and you also have a dog with long white Italr I should say the dog was shedding a trifle At least you are fond of the dog and It some times climbs upon youII was getting qulto uneasy The truth of her deductions was startling to me and I had no desire for her t pry deeper into my affairs At least you could not tell about tho dog by my blisters I said by way of Interruption Patting a dog does not raise blisters She smiled at me compassionately Still no one but a white dog with long hair would leave this long white hair Just Inside the knee of your trou sers I deduce that the dog tried to Jump Into your lap- I could not deny the truth of her deduction But about the trees I asked Suroly you dont think I have cut down the Use that Is If there Is a tree That I about the only way I could get Msters In this connection i did deviate a little In the matter k e 4151 of the dog and the tree said Mils Vn Ether frowning Just a little t rethought but both things were 80carly awl dent I couldnt refrain from mention ing them As you ook oft your hat in the hall I noticed a twig In the brim Tho same thing happened to father this morning as he was browsing around tho yard and I happened to notice It You ore very clever lack- nowfedged I was under our tree Just before I came But still I dont understand how you found out about the furnace and the yard and all those other things Simplest thing In the world Miss Von Ether remarked rather proudlyf and so Baying sho led me to the Window and pointed outdoors You see we havo some flower beds there Is Iho tree I was speaking of we also have a lawn 50xlt 0 and It was mowed for the first tlrio yesterday This blister Is an old one U Is one you raised tending to the furnace In the winter These two came from spading the garden these from rak ing It this trace of dirt under llnhis fingernail is from planting the sweet peas and these fine new blisters are the result of mowing the lawn this afternoonReally Miss Van Ether I ex claimed laughingly you dont mean to say that I did all these things In your yard That is too good- I had no Intention of conveying any such impression she replied severe LOOK AT MY HANDS lYeDo you deny that you did these things at your own home In truth I cannot deny It I was forced to reply But how could you guess It all t I dont guess I deduce came from her- I know but hpw Goosey Lobk at my hands t also am an amateur gardener And there all this time her dear lit tle hands wore covered with blisters nnd I had never noticed them Surely not the furnace too I said in some amaiomont I must confess I only guessed that sho smiled Papa has an old blister he claims he got tending the furnace so I guessedLet us say you deduced I said charitably And I went homo rather proud of my blltersTKaBsas City Ktar WATCH ON TELEPHONES Tours of the Inspector and the De fects He Is on the Look out For In residence districts of the city the telephone Inspector gets around about once In two months and In the busi ness districts once a month though In either region he may come oftener once a day If his services are required states the New York Sun There are hundreds of inspeccois constantly making their rounds la New York inspecting telephones In the residence districts a single in spector covers a number of blocks In the business sectlohs ho takes only a single block or the telephones con tained within a smaller area still Telephones In the dwelling districts of tho city require less frequent in spection for the reason that they dont get such hard usage as do many tele phones in the business districts On his tour of Inspection In an apartment house for Instance the inspector looks the instrument over in side and out and tests the wlro con nection with the exchange In the house and tests the connection with central whore he always gets the wlro chief tg see that the connection Is all right and to see If the chief his any orders for him for work required on emer gency calls art points off his regular route Every Inspector keeps all day In touch with his wire chief Everybody everywhere uses the tele phone nowadays and so telephones are now to be found In all sorts pf places and In very many places there are now used portable receivers which stand on tables desks or brackets maybe on the head of a barrel In a fish market or on a box somewhere In some store they are everywhere and what with the vastly greater number of telephones used In crowded business districts and the number of portable receivers liable to be knocked off their stands or otherwise Injured the Inspectors in such districts make their rounds oftener than In 4he residence parts of the town Disagreed as to Terms First PassengerAre they a happy family Second PassengerIm afraid not wueandHarpers Dazar i Worst of It All Parke It cons twice as much to live as It usedto- LaneAnd itho wpr8t It is that It Isnt worth ItDrooklyn Ute 4 j Message of the Risen Christ Sunday School Lesson lorJune 1 1 1905 Specially Prepared for This Paper LESSON TEXT Itev 1109 Memory Verses 17 18 Head that three chapters of Ilovelatlon GOLDEN TEXT = I am lie that llveth and was dead and behold 1 am alive for nvertnere Hev 118- TIMECommonly accepted date of book places It In the reign of Nero between A D CO and 68 lint modern scholars are sail to be more Inclined to a tater date A D 8784 In the reign of Domlnllla- nIOACKlsI of 1iumoi not far from Bphesus Comment and Suggestive Thought V 10 In the Spirit In a state of Spiritual ecstasy when the outer world seemed for a time shut out The Lords day This may refer to the Ural day of the week our Sunday It Is proper for us as for John to spend this day in exercises which will enable us to seeJesus more clenrly Voice as ora trum pet A trumpet always signifies Gods speaking with power and majesty V 11 Alpha and Omega These are the first and the last letters of the Greek alphabet The risen Christ Is to Ills disciples the first and the last and all between Write John was to record what he saw and heard that others might be encouraged by the wou dcrful vision In a book On n parchment roll which was the form of seenIIwhich Ephesus was the capital They may here be taken to represent the Church of Christ in all lands and all times V 12 Turned to see the voice To see whose voice spoke these words Seven golden candlesticks Our word lampstand would better describe what John saw It reminded hint of the golden candlestick of the temple V 13 In the midst This would indicate that Christ is ever present with Ills people One like unto the Son of Man It was a human figure which John saw Garment down to the foot The garment and girdle seem to show forth Jesus as our Great High Iciest The position of the girdle Indicates rest not service The remainder of the de scription represents Jesus as a King V 14 White as snow This indi cates purity and splendor Dan 79 It may also remind us that Jesus has lived from all eternity It is how ever indicative of mature wisdom rath er than of age Eyes a flame of fire Nothing can be hidden from the searching eyes of Jesus It Is love that shines forth from them and nothing has such power to consume what Is evil V IB Fine brass furnace As if they had been brought by furnaoe fires to a white heat This may BUg gest that Jesus is ever ready to run to our aid and that He will at last tread down all opposition Sound of many waters Waters come as noiseless dew as the gentle rain and again with the roar of the ocean Jesus likewise speaks to us In various tones V 16 Seven stars See r 20 A sharp twoedged sword This indi cates here as elsewhere In Scripture the word of God Itstwo edges may indi cate that it converts some and con demns some Countenance as the sun We know no beauty Upon earth equal to that of a lorelit hujnan face What then must be the brightness of Jesus face when we shall see It shining in Ilia strength that in with no clouds to blur our vision of It Surely that sight will consume the last bit of evil and bring us to love as He loves V 17 Our eyes cannot look upon the sun without being Winded and John flesh was too weak to endure the glory of that vision He fell at His feet as one dod Laid His right band upon me That hand which is so power ful is yet tender and helpful John well remembered Its touch How it reinvigorated him newt Saying Fear not In all the coming events there will be nothing which those who love Christ need fear V 48 He that llveth The living One That is the One who is Himself the source of life And was dead It Is the same Jesus who was put to death by crucifixion Alive for evermore Nothing can Interrupt His life nor thwart lily purposes of love Have the keys of hell and death None now need fear to die for Jesus holds the key to the door of death and at Just the righttime will open ft to each one who loves Him and welcome Him to be for ever with the Lord V 19 Write the things which thou hast seen John wrote those In this first chapter Things which are He wrote these In chapters two and three Things which shall be hero after The remainder of the book is filled with details of those future eventsV The mystery The explana tion of the mystery Angels of the churches Perhaps these signify thf pastors who had charge of the various churches Seven candlesticks are seven churches Each church of Christ Is a beacon light set In this dark world to shine for Jesus to guide and direct sinners to the Saviour Each Christian Is precious to Jesus- Practical Points- V 10 The Lords day should be a time for special communion with our Saviour John 2019 V 11 Let the Divine Master fce the initiator of all your plans and leave re sults to IUmIsa 2612 V 13 In every company of Ills redeemed ones Jesus is In the midst Matt 1820 V 1C In Jesus Is found all that la needed to give us victory over all our enemies 1 Cor 1567 V 18 Death may tear other friends from us but Jesus Is ah undying ever present FrlondJohn 1418 1 CHINESE A DEVOUT PEOPLE Those Farthest from Missionaries Are the Host Honorable and Reliable How little the while man especially the majority of thoso of us who go forth as missionaries to convert tho heath en comprehend the Chinese charac ter To the student of Chinese Institu lions and tho Chinese themselves It seems outrageous presumption writes Caspar Whitney in Outing for the truth Is that the Chinese are without doubt the most religious people on the globe Their religion Is a very part of themselves accepted without discus lion from birth Tho veriest pauper from a worldly point of view who lives on one of the hundreds of sampans floating before Canton will deny himself In order that he may perform a particular religious duty There are no people save the Mohammedans that so completely live up to the faith they profess China has no divergent churches no wrangling apostles there Is the one creed of thou sands of years standing to which all yield allegiance and to which all pin a faith that continuos unto death Incon trovertibleNow again we hear of n converted Chinaman but I never saw ono that had really broken from the faith of his fathers who was not the less trust worthy In a considerable experience with many kinds of natives In tho wilderness of their own country I have Invariably found the ones farthest from civilization and the converting in fluence of conflicting white man creeds to be the most honorable and dependable I mean this as no unkindly reflec tion upon the Christian faith or upon the seat often alas so Ignorantly dl reeled of many good people OIL ENGINES FOR CHINA Will Be Great Market for American Power Machines When Superstition Is Overcome The doctrine of the wind spirit will have direct bearing on the problem of overcoming the reluctance of Chinos manufacturers to the Introduction of power even where It Is evident power plants could be Installed at a consider ablesAvlngof labor and eventually money This doctrine of the Celestials sets forth that tall smoke stacks and highs buildings interfere with the wind spir it bringing bad luck and it is safe to say that more than the ordinary attrac lion of Investment will be required to lead the average Chinese manufacturer Into doing anything In conflict with their belief But notwithstanding la bor is so cheep and the cost of installing power plants so comparatively large there Is a growing conviction of tin advantages of power IB the larger con cerns says the United State consul at Hangchau and it is only a matter orI a short time until the smaller manufac turer come to appreciate the need of power When the time comes the need of gas and naphtha engines will create a field almost beyond con ception 1st its scope While American ensjlnea are at present recognized an superior to the importations of other countries the Japanese are active In the Chinese market with good Imita lion of the American machines and Consul Anderson urges earnest efforts on the part of our manufacturers to withstand Japanese and British competition ONE CHANGE INCITY LIFE Business Men of the City Nowadays Seldom Live Over Their Stores What has become of tho merchant who used to live over his store asked a business man of the head of a renting agency which has been established in this city for a half century relates the New York Sun He has either retired or Is dead was tho reply I recall the time when a business man In renting a store asked what the arrangements were for housekeeping over the store I was a young man then but my father always told me to give an applicant of that sort the preference He said he never knew a merchant who lived over his store who was not successful and consequently u good tenant- The custom of merchants living over their stores has not been observed In this city for 50 years I dont think It was ever followed to any great extent after business got above Chambers streetCouldnt Fool the Indians Once upon a time said Mr R M Luee of San Francisco one of our statesmen while visiting In Nevada was prevailed on to make a speech at some local celebration There was a motley gathering of Indians In his audl once and these redskins at Intervals when the orator paused would set up a vociferous exclamation that sounded like weeow When the affair was over and the Ca lforulan was receiving tho congratulations of friends on his speech he aiXed one what those Flutes meant by theJr continued howl of wecow That responded the friend Is an old Unto Indian word which ps near as it tan be translated into English mcana hot air Chinese in Canada Canadas law Imposing a tax of J5UO on every Chinese entering the domin ion liar had a prohibitive effect From January 1 1904 not a single Chinese arrived with the exception of two who escaped from steamships In each case the steamship company had to pay the poll tax of 500 The exclusion of Chinese has deprived British Columbia of a handsome revenue In 1903 tho province received from the poll tax 1225000 and the year before ruro than 250000 WHAT ALI SAW IN THE AIR to Flying Trip Which Drought Strange Sights and Feelings to n Little Oil The swing was flying through the air as high ri over It could climb All clung w the ropes and balanced herself fearless as a bird Leaning far back with her little fuel straight out as the rush of the swing earned her forward doubling down with the backward motion always slanting to the wind whichever way The cream of the journey was when at the end of tho backward movement there came a rapturous pause Just In that Instant was crowded a whole life time for at that highest point All could see out away over the rim of tho world It all lay before her first the neighboring gardens then the far meadows then tho farther hills and beyond those through a cleft in tho uplands there was a divine glimpse of blue Sometimes there would be a sail upon It or a wisp of smoke Still beyond all that there was always the ALI I1ALANCUD IIKHBULK LlKB A Illltb sky that encircled tile world and the clouds that floated in It Every time the swing flow back un der Rays vigorous pualilng All would brace herself to try and remain at the magic spot But no the glimpse was always as fleeting u the foam on a wavecrestI wave sang AUHI am a wave of the blue sea out there I rush like the glad water down through the hollows of air aa dowa low all is common and everyday Ray gives me a push that to the wind pwklftc the sea and I fly forward In a great curve I go down down then up up again and Just as 1 think I am to break loose loose and sail off Into the sky the swing stops me That Is the undertow Back back I am dragged down down then up up and as I climb I inn see farther and farther The world grows large and suddenly I break Into flying foam and leaep above the vavecreet Then I see tho worlds rim There is something beyond I know Something more something wonderful something great and grand Some day I shall RO and find It but not In a swing The swing Is Just to let me know there Is something to find I will go out and find Life Ray you may let the old eat die The swing went slower slower till at last It stopped Rays said All I have seen the rim of the world Tomorrow let us start very early In he morning and go and And It Washington Star TRICK WITH WATER How One May Make the Drops Run Down and Then Up Hill In a Surprising Way If a drop of water Is let all on a piece of paper It spreads In a large cir cle If however the paper has been oiled or covered with lampblack or some similar substance the drop of water will roll upon It as a ball slightly flattened This fact may be made use of for the performance of a pretty trickTake a band of rather strong paper about a foot wide and as long as posy sible several sheets pasted together end to end will do admirably pass It over a smoking lamp or better still cover ono rlde of It with graphite com monly called black lead or plumbago Stand upright on the table several books decreasing regularly In else and pin the band of paper on their backs taking care that the waves In the paper are longer and more shallow as you approach the smallest book At the lower end of the band place a dish At tho other end pour water drop by drop on the paper The drops will roll rapidly down the first Incline and with the Impetus thus gained will re mount over the back of the second book andso on over one book after another till they drop Into the dish Curious Things in Flowers The most wonderful of all are the symbols found In the Passion flower If a stalk of Drake fern Is cut low down In September a spreading oak tree will be found In the midst of the periwinkle is a neat mile brush The pansy contains the picture of a man In a pulpit The poppy can eas ily be turned Into an old woman In a red gown the snapdragon can bo ititstwins the most attractive little cheeses Just tho thing to jserro with your poached eggs heads of daisies when you are playing tea party with flow ers for provisions Philadelphia Press J 11 i u FUNNY STOCKISome of the Freaks to Be Found on r Pennsylvania Wild An final Farm I oft Come good crops or bad the wildlanimal farm does a thriving utelnoaa Its conrnopolltan population gathered from Asia Africa India from cvgry clime do not take kindly to farm work Tho camels refuse to plow no amount of urging will induce tha zebras to do the work of horses nor will the yaks or tho sacred cows do the work of ordinary oxen Actually the farm Is a great animal boarding house with boarders from all over the world The farm which comprises tWine 300 acres ls located near Allot town Ia says Francis Arnold Collins In 8t Nicholas Its population last year numbered more than 300 head of different kinds of stock nnd tom prised a large and fairly complete me nagerieDuring the summer months the en tire population of the wllJanlmat farm travel about tho country ID the vans of the Greatest Show on Earth Early each fall the animals return to their quiet Pennsylvania farm to enjoy a well earncl vacation It Is a great p day for the countryside for miles In all directions when the circus combs to the country Tho great herds of camels dromedaries yaks b flab llamas and the rest are shipped to tin nearest railroad point and paraded across country to their winter quar ters The caravan makes a very pret ty picture as It moves slowly along up hill and dowa dale over the quiet country rood The winter resident of the wadmal farm are known In the drew ai the led stock In the croee country march to the farm It might more eor reedy be called the pulled putted Or hauled stock The Journey Is usually v very exciting IK the various parades throughlout will remain poMlve In the streets of great clues no matter bow loudly the band may play the calliope whistle or the small boys about But strange to say a quiet country lane affects them I very differently and they will balk as only a camel can shy at tN most In nocent bush or tree crash l I high fences or hurdle them and to Ing over the nrroNRdlni farms to nioIconsternation of the farmer The avan start on Its Journey promptly sunrise and It la usually late U the day before the tars U reached and the last unruly runaay rocMUd up sad safely stabled t INDIA JUGGLERS TRICK What They Learned frees WatcWnj the Brilliant Buttertil lathe Jungle One ef the bewildering tricks played by the faMOlll Jugglers of India Is that of making a boy disappear before the eyes of the spectators One moment lie is In plain view dancing around with his bright red or green garments fluttering wildly the next instant he fades away and though there is ab solutely no place In which he eoukl hide nobody can see him anywhere This trick has been borrowed by the Jugglers from an Indian butterfly The butterfly hag such gorgeous blue and red wings that It Is almost daullng and when It flits through the Jungle even the dullMt and most oarelee eye Is attracted Instantly by It Yet the moment it settles on a twig It disappears utterly and those who are not aware of its secret may search as they will they cannot find It The secret Is that the under side ot those gorgeous wings Is not gorgeous at all but Is the exact color and shape of withered leaves so the moment the Insect folds Its wings its glowing col ors vanish and It looks exactly like anyone of the thousands of leaves The trick of the Jugglers Is worked by the same simple moans says Boston Globe The brilliant thefof the dancing boy has a reverse that Is pure white At the proper mo ment tho boy flutters his garments wildly reverses them and squats close to a white wall or against a group of whiteclad Jugglers At the same moment he rubs white powder over his face and by this lu dlcrously simple trick he deceives the sharpest sight THE LITTLE JAP OIRL Little Almond ItloMom With tile funny foot Had a little dottle Thought br very sweet Took her out walklnriDown the vlllapn street Little Almond litouom Will the tunny Cincinnati feetwPops Proposition What would your father do if w should elopoIJust to speak to 1011Iabout dear he says ha will give ui stlU1housekeeping WOOD CUTTING AS SPORT ChoppingtAt many of the agricultural shows W bleb lu the uii country districts of Australia and New tulund are III tuhiittf tin utmost Interest niul Impor Lance to those engaged In pastoral pur suits the tree felling contests provide the cbkf excitement of the day Throughout tbo Australian bush there arc to be found axmcu KO expert that their achievements are the subject of V dlHcusNlon for miles nround and It Is L at the agricultural shows tint these J glauH of the finite meet to decide till larnl or International championships the competitors tnko up position t by the stumps allotted and when the signal to start IN given the lung linn tiled ken edged nxes hush downwnnl r01ll1l1ifiekltael bru WilY woodsmen who with +QuarYelous accuracy and strength strike up down mud straight until the hard wood chlpM ily lu showers front tho JelltIiiituuip tbo prize In given The sawing f contests which are bnrdly less exIt lug depend upon the evenness mod spell of the cutting anti for the limn I eg 0 WilD tblnkN he known what it hard days work Is a share In sawing through a thirtysix lush Iron bark log III u tem perature of IM degrees or thereabout would be the lutMt perfect tllslllu lou uivut Imaginable London Tatler A VERDICT IN RHYME tTII lull AVn In Jet but the Pine Wm In llarnril All Interesting vcnllct was rendered lu the dUtrlct court of Travis county 1c Tux lu 1857 The defendant Frank U Rater at l that tltuc a wwUJniowu citizen of Aus J tin was accused of gambling which Will out regarded as a very serious of Cruse lu Texas In those early days eipeclally It tbe offender chanml to bu a prominent cltltfii The prosecution was generally treat I ed at a pleasant Jest but was ttevur theless carried through In earnest and a Jury composted of lawyers brought la- the0 following verdict we the Jury lawful mm FIne the defendant dollars ten A guilty man beyond all d- OIu the defendant pay hlmstlf out Thu weve Mbl this frrcxInK tern I Your olMdlent servant A O Verne- Ferrmnn J Tbe composition of this verdict Is at tributed to A W Terrell who at the time of his service on the Jury was a young lawyer Afterward be attained grout distinction lu practice served as a district court Judge and was United States minister to Turkey under Irenl deut Cleveland k Other members of the same Jury t who afterward achieved renown wore Charles S West she roo to be a ins tiN of tbe Texas supreme court and P W Cbdndler who became one of the leaders of the Texas bar Law Votes II Vn 10 y Hi to III Friend Coventry 1atmoren talk as Mr Goose describes It was apt to bo star think Hihold an example lu the presence of a number of men of letters Patmoro mentioned an ac complished writer who was an lath mate friend of his The conversation passel to the lyrical vocms of Herrick whereupon Iatinore In bis most posi tlve Dimmer exclaimed Ily the side of Hcrrlek was nothing but a brilliant Insect There was a univer sal murmur of Indignant protest Pat wore pursed up his lips blinked his eyes and said nothing The conversa than proceeded and an opinion of Goethes was presently quoted Then Putmoro lifted up his voice and oriel By the side of Ooetho was noth lug but n brilliant Insect Where Coldnr h Curdlallljr The bore hail gone Tune whole fam Ily recognized him as u born but Mrs Carter knew what was incumbent onI her as n hostess famed for her cour I tesy My dear Kveiyn she said In a gen tly chiding voice to her pretty daughter I think you cannot bdvn realised hoe cold your tone was when you said Goal evening to Mr Ijtmsou No mother perhaps I didnt nIl mitted Evelyn but Im sure on till other hand that neither you nor fat her had sly Idea how warm your tones were when you said Good night to him Youths Companion Man and the Untverie Sir William Itamsay tho great Eng lish scientist said All our progress since the time of Sir Isaac Newton has not falsified the saying of that great mot that wo tire but children pick tip hers and there a pebble trans 1theshore of knowledge while n whole unknown ocean stretches before our eyes Nothing can bo more certain than that we are Just beginning to learn something of the wonders of tho world In which wo live and move and have our being Toed the Murk j Did he actually ask old Iloxley for Ij his daughters hand Yes and bo claims he compelled the old mat to too the mark IndeedYes J he was the wnrklblln- V delphia Pros III The Explanation i IeIOh no she Isnt going to accept himThen why does sho encourage I him f Why because there Isnt any one to encourage New York Press 1elsoIlrulseChlllterIaeld rr 1 l SWISS SCHOOLS The Cournc of Study oil the Sjrttvtn of Trulnliiir The education given In the schools of Switzerland Is lu inaiiy rexpeetx ware comprehensive and pnietlcal limn that offered In our curriculums The girls tor Instance are taught not only to rend nod write and spell but to cook to wash to sew ways the Housekeeper lu addition to being trained for the du ties of hmnetnaklng mud houxokceplng each girl Is taught some useful trade Many of the pupils ore daughters of rich parents nail there lit little likeli hood of their ever having to earn their own living but the paternal govern anent takes the view that every mem ber of society should possess the abili ty to be self supporting even though the necessity to exercise that ability should never arise No expense tits been spared lu equipping the schools of Switzerland for the teaching of domes tic science The boys too have not teen neglect ed hi the Swiss system of education Physical culture and manual training have prominent places III the curricu lum situ every boy on leaving the pub lic school Is equipped to earn bis own living Fads and frills are absent from the SW schools The hurt headed taxpayers want to see some return for their money They demand that lie education for which they pay shall bo practical and useful In after life Are they not right WHO IS INSANE Xu Our or Urery One crnrdlnir a We Ak liv tur tlon Who Is Insane No one or every one according as we ask the question No one In an nxyluui will admit that ho or she Is Insane Knelt lu turn would re- seat such an Insinuation Certainly no one out of an asylum will atweut to tbe charge of being Insane And yet lath pirtli readily recognize the In sanity of others An Intelligent old lady once the bend of u ladles sem inary wished mo to discharge her front an asylum alleging that nil the patients lu the hall believed her sane Hevtin women were privately asked their opinions as to her wtnlty mud all declared that she was very Insane white ahi erthigtheiruw winlly When Informed of the result of Urn text the old lady accurately doerrlbfd the ape cial peeullarltloii of oneIt of her lit rioters So la every romtuunlty the private go wlp Is much concertim about those who are sullen strtinge p4 eul lar derange1 unlmlniufd light hesdelit lithe off stilt of guar wrong In tine upper story cranks Pew If any seals for a lifetime one or the other of these epithets AVItbout as within the asylum no one recognizes his or her own mental deviation but readily detects the mental aberrations of others Stephen Smith M I LIfc H In IwtlteH Magttclne A WONDER OF RANGUN The treat Sliony Dniion InKitdn Coy rrl With Purr cold nnngun time prluflim city of Bursa grow uji around tbo sacred 8J10- ton which Is built the grant Sbony Da gnu iingiMln ont of Its principal won dots Ituing to a height of WJO foot Its site Is croully enhanced by thin fact lust It stands on nn eminence that Is Itself 100 fwt above tho level of the city says n writer It Is covered with pure gold from base to summit mud once In every generation this gold Is completely renewed by public sub scription Yet throughout the interval the process of roglldlng goes on perpetually IMous people who seek lu this way to express their veneration and to add to their store of spiritual merit climb up dally with little tlut terlug packets of gold lent which they fasten on some traction of Its great surface There Is no wore picturesque sight offered by It than that of a group of these silken worshipers outlined high agiiluxt Its gold In the act of contributing their small quota to its splendor TIll pagoda Itself tins no Interior It is a south stupa of brick raised over a relic chamber Waruli licr or Vnlt The Horans are n strange people In habiting the frontier between British ICast Attica and Abyssinia The tribe are polygnmlsts when they can afford It and by religion they worship the spirit AVnk which requires constant propitiation This Is done by sacrific lug their children and cattle A Moran of any standing when be marries bo comes a riibn anti for a colfln penal utter marriage varying from four to eight years be U obliged to throwaway any children that ore born to him to appease Wak After tills period bo becomes a gudda and keeps his- chlhlrenLondon Express r Careful of lllnmrlf When I wus your age said the glided youths father I was at work before 7 oclock every morning Yes answered the young man If I had nil the business cares you used to have maybe Id get Insomnia too Washington Star Pxplnlited UhnIt must bo awfully annoying for n woman to have hair that wont stay In place like that girl In the third row lu trout of us Her Theres noth lug the mutter with her hair Sho hits a new engagement ring Cleveland Leader After the llefunl- ForagoodDo you think you have been fair to me Mss Hawkins Miss Hawkins You have said so all along You culled mo the fairest of my sex only five minutes ago When the soup has a greasy look pour It when hot through a cloth sat urated with cold water and the tat will remain In the cloth t 1 t 1HlHHHH I 1 I1tIHHlH11 The Home JBHIflB LESTER HILL Editor HHHHHIHlHHHMHl Possibilities of the Back Porch In nlinost every house there are unrealized possibilities ofcomfort and bounty nooks whoso real signifi cance IIIIH been overlooked Such n nook was tho hack porch of a certain quiet country house until it caught the attention of a woman with the seeing eye and the transforming touch which amounts to a sort of every tiny magic After she took it in land it developed summertime huo as potent as the attraction exercises by the wido dining room fire place in midwinter In no other corner of the house would the odd minutes of n busy day lo spent with such utter rePtftilniKs Almost every country and suburban house has such a back porch as this was before its transformation either given over to ehickcnH and milk tins or adorned stullily with an uimlluring chair or two Anti it ueeds but n trilling expenditure of time and changeIn in mind the kitchen gave access to one end of the porch while near time other end a door opened from the silting room To shut from sight tho polished tins which hung at time kitchen end of the porch a light wooden lattice was erected cutting ofT the rest of the verandah from that purely utilitarian region Tho trolls was painted a cool dark green A few tams of the same paint at twenty cents a can renovated the floors and pillars of the torch and brought the chairs into harmony Then a roomy hammock was swung and a small square table added with a coat of the sumo greenA Virginia creeper which had Lean neglected und required some trimming already held tho southern end of tho porch in its cool embrace Looking to bloom and fragrance in the future shoots of Halls honeysuckle which climb to twenty feet in the second year and flower from June until late October wero planted in addition And in tho monntiuie more imuiedi ute results wore achieved by the use of moonOower vines Those are grown in masses When they hlosI Kouted their great clouds of mystical white flowers shimmering in the moonlight added a magic oven to the moonlit night Once made attractive anti snug such it porch ecomes n sort of out door room How intimate and com panionable are the breezes that wander into its green shadowed re leisurelyhummock table offering you one of Stocktons whimsical romances or the latest magazines in their summer attire Ihero one may write or read or sew in delighted comfort There in the hottest weather luncheon may be served under conditions to revive tho most wilted appetite And there in the summer evenings the chances are that you will find the whole family j gathered to talk and dream and for dayMARTANNAnLC rWHrHlIHlHlHHWHJl The SchoolI JOHN W1RT D1HSMORB Editor tJ+ 1AThe greatest gift that can be opportunityItlauds or loans It matters not ifa young man bo poor Give him a chance In work with his hands mud his brains an opportunity to develop all the powers God has given him Then if there is anything worthy inIhim it will come out Tile is anyboyThe greatest thing about Borea College is that it stands for an op peopleIa growinIf a young man wishes to bo a car enter or farmer or printer or brick layer he can learn it quickly hero while at the saute tine ho cultivates his mind and heart under tho best instruction In a year ho can double his earning power But that is not tho best that ho receives His wits are sharpened by coming in contact with other students his ambition is heightened by seeing othera no better than himself reach high attainments He is umpired to greater efforts by all that ho sees and hears New ideas are suggested to him Resolu tions to be something and to do something take deeper root In tho expressive words of scripture lIe goes from strength to strength Tho thousands who visit Berea on this Commencement Day will admiro tho spacious grounds tho great buildings thingsBoron the waterworks and all tho grounds and buildings andequip ments but the boys and girls who have boot benefited by them We thingsbecausefor the young people of Kentucky and adjacent states Thoso who are graduating today are an example of whnt such an opportunity means They have come through years of toil amid struggle They have made sacrifices and endured hardship sbiit now having reached tho long regretOnevery hardships because it has made them stronger They are now read tofaco the world with every promise ofsuccess Their chances for achievement are increased by several hundred per cent Tho value of an opportunity such as Berea offers is further seen in those who have been graduated in the past Most of them are now filling important positions and all are useful members of society Not spentinBoys and girls and parents who visit Berea Commencement Day do not miss the murk While wonder plantdothat Berea is an opportunity for you The LtC N are advertising unusually low rates to Louisville for the Confederate Veterans Keuniou in that city June 12th to 10th Tickets will bo on sale from Juno 12th to 10th inclusive limited to Juno 10 These reduced rates will affect all points within GOO miles of Louis ville The return rate from Berea will be 275 Further information will be gladly furnished by the local agent W II Bower A New Motor Car The Union Pacific railroad Is experl menting with a new style of motor car designed for passenger anti light freight service on branch lines Tho power Is furnished by a gasoline en glue The ear just put Into operation 011 tile Union Pacific Is of a peculiar tj1 so tar as appearance is concern oil It looks a good deal like an In verted racing yacht and Its shape gives It unusual strength and reduces the probability of Its being telescoped Ira Athole II header Mrs Athole It Header whose name hiss been much In print In connection with the Santo Domingo situation claims that President Morales of that republic contemplated making her his Istfal agent lu the United States and changed his plan when he learned that negotiations could be taken up with the American government through Its win liter In Santo Domingo Mrs Reader was born In Marion Ala thirty years ago Her monition name was Ella gawps She began her career In New York ad dressing envelopes learned stenography nod soon had an olllcc In which she at tines employed In typewriting work front sixty to seventy women While representing American syndicates lu Ixmdou she met Athole B header of the Urltlsh diplomatic service whom she married The two devoted their at tention to development of mining prop erties and concessions In South Ameri can countries She was successful In preventing u revolution lu Peru and received Important mining concessions for her services She expected to obtain valuable concessions In return for services to President Morales A Possibility Who taught the birds to build their nests And Ax them up Just soT I They may have gone to night school Some time for all I know i Not Fatal No Matter What Doc tors SayWe Know That Heart Trou ManyCases Cured There are seven main features of heart illncaiw viz I Weakness or Debility 2 Rheumatism or Neuralgia 3 Valvular Disorder 4 Dilation S Enlargement 6 Fatty Degenera tion 1 Dropsy- Documentary evidence trill prove thousands of socalled Incurables have been absolutely cured by Dr Mlle New Heart Cure Patients often have no Idea their die ease is heart trouble but ascribe It to Indigestion Liver Complaint etc Here are some of the symptoms Shortness of breath after exercise Smothering Spells Pain In Chest left Shoulder and arm Discomfort In Lying on one side Fainting Spells Nervous COUgh Swelling of Feet and Ankles Paleness of Face and Lips Palpitation Nightmare Irregular pulse I have great faith In Dr lilies New Heart Cure and peak of Its merits whenever opportunity presents I can now go up and down stairs with ease where three weeks ago I could hardly walk one block One year laterIa-m still In good health the Heart Cure did so much for me that I find It a far greater eIciYOUNaoDto beS 687 North Pine St Natchez Miss Money back If first bottle falls to benefit I FREEWrite us and we will mall Free Trial Packag ot Dr Mlles AntlPaln Pats the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom Blank for our Specialist to diagnose your case and tell you what Is wrong and how to right Absolutely Free Address Dt MtLFs MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES ELKHART IND Great Substitute Its nice to have a copper mine But still thq man may pass In stately triumph down the line Who has a mine of brass Charged It to the Hired GirL I see 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WATCH CLOCK GUN and GENERAL REPARING promptly Clean Lug and Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed W A Williams Vain Strut Berea KY r C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to BR Robinson All calls promptly attended to night nd day Telephone No4 Berea Ky W MTTANKERSLEY Watches Clocks and Jewelry repairedand Cleaned Satisfaction J guaranteed If my work Is not satisfactory 1 will do the work over free of charge i BICKNELL EMILYS STORE lIlEA EJHTCCKYi S NOT AN INSOMNIA CURE Reading of the City Directory a Source of Excitement to Some People Insomnia said the man wearing the medical Vandyke according to the New York Sun Ah my friend dont monkey with opiates or sleeping drafts Just take a copy of the city directory start ut A and before you have read many pages youll fall asleep Try it Thats just what another fool told me o do retorted the man with the dark circles under his eyes And 1 tried It- Wasnt successful eh 7 Well not by a Jugflul Only last night I took a copy of the city directory and started up and down the monotonous array of names I got through the As all right and was lust getting drowsy when I hit the JJ bunch Wellt Before long I came to the name J Horkimer Browne Well sir that man Is my landlord and I dont mind tell ing you that I am behind two months In the rent Do you think that jolt to my memory was the slightest aid to slumber hey But you persevered 7 1 did sir I kept right on like a fanatical fool and thats why I am a nervous wreck this morning Before long my optics were trail- Ing down the D column and my head was wearily sinking back on the pit low Just then my eye lit on the name Davles David H M D- Well that happens to be the name of the medico who pulled me through a bad case of the grip last winter I owe him 25 for medical attendance Getting wiser I skipped the E bunch because I knew it contained the names of a coal man and a grocer that have been writing me dunning letters With a sort of delirious determina tion I started through the F department and In less than five minutes I struck the name Firkins J Fenimore a gentleman who went bankrupt re cently and swindled me out of a lot of hardearned money Of course the recollection had a sweet soporific ef fect on my nerves didnt 1t7 But then you stopped reading No I kept right on and received a most crushing blow to my selfesteem right in the G column where I ought to have been at home My name sir the name of J Archibald Guffklns was not In the blame directory Think of that sir think of that And It will be a whole year before I can have it inserted Cure for Insomnia tush Whereat the sleepless one stalked angrily out of the car FEEDING THE SNAPPERS Sight That Always Proves Attractive to Visitors At the New York Aquarium The feeding of the snapping turtles at the aquarium Is a sight that Interests the visitors there and at feed- Ing time the snappers pool Is always surrounded by a close ring of spec tatorsThe snappers dont require much food in winter One or two feedings a month suffice for them butVlth the spring their appetite returns and then they arc fed twice a week and three times a week in summer Raw beef cut up into little chunks convenient for them Is what the snap ping turtles are fed on here and com monly when the attendant who feeds them steps down the slope leading from the platform to the surface of the water with a supply of this food all tho snappers assemble at his feet to meet him One or two may stay away off in the pool and to them chunks of the meat are thrown but usually they all come up In a bunch eager for the food The snapping turtle is not among the captive creatures that are fed by hand for It has a sharp beak and strong jaws which could easily crush or bite off a finger and so the food given to the assembled turtles Is handed down to thorn in each case on the end of a pointed stick The at tendant spears out of his collection on the end of this stick a little chunk of meat which ho thus hands down to a turtle and as it Is held nearer out darts the turtles head with lightning liko suddenness and to a distance likely to be surprising to many to seize it giving a graphic illustration of how this variety of turtle came by Its name of snapping turtle it snaps Its foodBig snapping turtles lying in wait on tho land have captured and carried off chickens and the fish swimming unconsciously along in the water In front of a snapping turtle lying all but Its head burled In tho mud never gets past The feeding of the snapping turtles always Interests the visitor Agony Ahead Goofiley Well winters over but I suppose youll begin to kick about the summer days pretty soon Orabbe 0 I dont mind the days as much as the summer nights An won as the nights get warm that neighbor of mine will have his phono graph out on the porch Philadelphia Proas To Be Settled Hupert If I asked old Dobson for his dnughter do you think he would say Take her and be happy JerroldNo he would simply say Take her He Is one of those honest old Quakers you knowJudgeE- xpensive Knlcker Didnt the doctor build you upT DockerYes but he seems to tblnk ho built a bank Harpers Bazar wIlt iuwtmlttl SJmtgUt0s nf tltr jliituuut nth By DR MADISON C PETERS Noted Lecturer Author mil Minister I Man is the noblest creature dwelling on the earth and yet he is the most miserable He has greater gifts and higher qualities than any other visible being and yet he and none but he is lonely and dejected sad and sorrowful The worlds wealth cannot satisfy the soul A man dining with Rothschild the great banker said You must be a thoroughly happy man He re replied Happy Me happy Happy when just as I am going to dine a man sends me a note say ing If you dont send me 500 before tomorrow night I will blow your brains outme happy Worldly pleasure is v portion which canolsatisfy the soul The words of Solomon find an echo in the hearts of most menPlhe eye is not satisfied with seeing nor the ear filled with hearing The world exhausted itself on Solomon but the worlds pleasures could not satisfy his soul Fame cannot satisfy the soul Fame is half disdain Canon Farrar says The great are a helpless mark for the coarse lies and vulgarities of apeering malice and the sad wcnk best of envy always wounds those that attain distinction Intellectual achievements cannot fill the soul Solomon was the encyclopedia of his age He surpassed as God promsicd not only the wisdom of all preceding generations but also he surpassed in variety of acquirements and extent of knowledge any man of succeeding times And yet notwithstanding all his achievements he cried out Lo I am come to great estate and I have gotten more wisdom than all that have been before me in Jerusalem yea my hcnrt had great experience of wisdom and knowledge And I brave my heart to know more wisdom and to know madness and folly that is mirth and satire I perceived that this also is vexation of spirit For in much wisdom is much grief and he that incrcascth knowledge im crcaseth sorrow And he adds elsewhere Of making many books there is no end and much studis a weariness to the flesh The fact that man is never satisfied with the mass of knowledge acquired but always wishes to push his investigations still further is an infallible sign that his mind was constructed wth a depth and a widthwhich God alone can fully set at rest Why is it that the world can never quiet tunas restless spirit Why is it impossible for earthly things to fill up the void In his heart Docs it not slow the truthfulness of Hannah Mores testimony- The soul on earth Is an Immortal guest Compelled to starve at an unreal feast A spark which upward tends by natures force A stream divided from Its parent source A drop dissevered from the boundless sea A moment parted from eternity A pilgrim panting for the rest to come An exile anxious for his native home Your immortal spirit will evere restless until it rests in God You may seek elsewhere for pence touch this spring and that but you will be forced in the end to ci4ut with Arthur Hnllam Tenny sons gifted friends Lord I have fnjjved this work all over I have tried how this thing or that will fit my spirit I can find nothing to rest on for nothing here hath any rest itself Oh blessed Jesus center of light andstrengthI come back and join myself to Thee and to Thee alone Jllr Emtirni ft iRUil1ltUYiJIBy HON ROBERT United Sttte To and wisely discharge the bility regulating state and bring and hold to their legiti mate as com mon carriers is most important work In government of this republic for this of men It docs riot call for clash of arms but It calls for cour age integrity persistency for faith in ultimate of repub lican principles and for loyalty to peoples interests and devotion to the state and to tho United States Every citizen well knows that this question is not limited by the boundaries of any one state It is not peculiar to Wisconsin nor to Iowa nor to Illinois nor to Maine nor to California The people of the country fully realize that it extends to every state and territory and is as farreaching as the great railways themselves They understand how fundamental the problem is in government and the mutual obli gation of the nation and the states to solve it President Roosevelt reflected the dispassionate judgment of the people of whole nation he said Above all else we must strive to keep the highways of commerce to nil upon equal terms and to do this it is to put a complete stop to all rebates Whether the or the railroad is to blame makes nc difference the rebate must be stopped abuses of the private car and private terminal track and side track system must be stopped And further when he expressed it as his judgment that The most important legislative act now needed as regulation o corporations is this act to confer on the intel state commerce com mission the power to revise rates and regulations- It is a national question for the nation a state question for every state and a question common to all the states and the nation Every citizen duly appreciates the importance of manufacturing and its relation to the well being of agriculture anti the dependence of both transportation facilities and the public knows that it would be as disastrous to he future of state to injure one aj the other Enactment of reasonable legislation for regulation of railways cannot be put off by the specious pleas that important business inter ests are threatened and that politics arc in truding upon business Even if maintenance of constitutional rights did not demand the exercise of this power vested in the people it might well be said that when business seeks to con trol in government in order that it may control in business it is time for the people to resist the encroachment and save the republic from insidious danger threatening its life moet responsi of commerce interstate to railways back them buciitcc the the generation the triumph unswcrvng the the when open necessary shipper the regard upon the WIRELESS AIDS TO SHIPS Signals Which Avert Danger from Icebergs In the North Atlantic Incoming transAtlantic steamships bring reports of encountering largo numbers of Icebergs lu the direct course of the great European ferry From all accounts says the Washing ton Star there are more and larger bergs afloat this spring than for many years past and the danger in the shipping Is correspondingly increased But thanks to the application of wire less telegraphy to the liners It is now possible for one vessel to give another warning of the location of dangerous bergs and so lessen the chances of I disastrous collision This occurred on the latest trip of the Kaiser Wilhelm II which reached I port on her first spring run after a thorough overhauting at Breraorhaven So fit was the ship that her officers i had hoped to establish a new record I for the run westward and she was going ahead at a rate which promised signagon the eastbound course tolling of the presence of nine bergs In the direct path of the Kaiser and supplementing I this with a message the Teutonic had received from the Cunarder Caroms announcing that there were 40 bergs further on In the Kaisers course I Thus warned the officers of the giant racer determined to sacrifice speed to safety and to slow down upon approaching tho probable location of the bergs which had been given In terms of latitude and longitude by the Teutonic On tho next morning a dense fog closed In and the steamship cropt ahead comparatively speaking with extra lookouts on guard and the fog whistle sounding at Intervals forth special purpose of catching an echo from some mass of Ice There were no such signs but presently the temperature of the waver dropped from 14 degrees to one degree centi grade and It was known that the Ice was near I Fortunately the fog lifted soon aft erward and disclosed a western her linn studded with bergs of all sizes some of thorn large enough to have sunk or at least seriously crippled tho liner If It struck at full speed I Through the fleet or bergs the Kaiser lulvanI being compelled to id lit course In or der to avoid masses of Ice Thus the ship went In safety through a danger which might have eauml the less ot- a great oraft and hundreds of people Such Incident provo that the wire less telegraphy In being applied to make ocean travel safer and If It Is never put to a broader use It will by this application atone have justified the expenditures and labors of IU In ventor and developers DRINK PRAYERS FOR ILLS Unpalatable Prescription Adminis tered by African Doctor to JIll King During my stay In Gambia said the sailor according to the Louisville CourierJournal the king was takn sick lie rolled all over the mud floor of the royal kraal he groaned and swore lie had It seems a cramp Gambia lion the African west coait and the people there are very primitive When the medicine man arrived to treat the king I went Into the kraal with him being anxious to see what a Gambian prescription would be like The king stopped rolling about and lay quite still on hla bask Do your boat for me father he says to the physician Have nj fear son the physician answers Then this African M D took out a wooden slate and charcoal crayon and he began to write Scratch scratch scratch away ho went Tho slate filled up with tine oloso writing What are you wrltin7 says 1 A prayer for our great kings recovery was the answer Whsn the slate was full the physi clan took some water and washed it clean and he saved all the dirty water in a cup In this dlny water ho says Is the prayer I have just written Drink the drought In It the prayer lives The king drained the darkish fluid out at tbo cup Then he sighed and said I feel belter already The Gambian people told me that the drinking of prayers In that way was the only kind of medical treatment they ever got- Locomotives as FogMakers An engineer asserts that the London fogs are caused largely by the die charge of steam Into the air from tho 300 or more locomotives operating In London area One steam plant of 2000 horsepower tne engineer figures will discharge Into the nlr 20 tons of steam per hour or sufficient to produce a fog 20 feet thick and one mile squaro and what plants with a capacity of CSOOOOhOrsepower can do in the way of fog production may there fore be easily estimated Tho proposed remedy is to convert this waste steam Into electric power Hallway Age In a Tiger Trap A Chinaman asleep In a tigertrap IB something of a novelty even for Perak says a Penang writer A coollo was discovered one morning near a Kinta mine having apparently passed the night in the trap When roused he raid that sleep had overtaken him and so ho chose the one spot least likely for the tiger to visitthe trap that had been set for a year without result Ha thought that the tiger know a thing or two about traps f LET US SAVE THE DRUNKARD I Air Scatter Heeds of kindness Oer the dark and cruel reilena i Where the uluvrs of drink abound There are voice ever calllne From the rulnrrf crushed and boenO There are wrongs that nred redresins There are Iou who challenge tight There are giants need repressing Darkened nouU who need 1110 light Then let UK lave the drunkard Let us sweep th drink away If we knew the bitter anguish Of the hearts with sorrow rlvenj Could we number nil the 1 tncwMmd Who to dark dpspoft aredrtvea Could the tear 1llaliln mllltoi e- Tell ua each their tale at wa We beuld linger net In To defeat this deadly roeiProm the mouths of hungry ellldrer There are volcM bM us arm Prom the haunts of MWIM HH There are cries that usdate m From the broken hearts that ling r ire they drop Into Inner There are rates of earnest 11 II Are there none to help IUMS savr Widow wall and erphamssorrow- UrunkarddNoemanddylaggr r 1 Cbmrrleoa homes and bamolot el artn 1 ltd you snake ibis ware yew awn Now tbo hour to come to rally Awl to sot the captive free leaven and hell IrxiHlioand weeds What rear amwcr saw will b For the little ones who lualftlh At a drunken mothers breaM For the urodljrnls In aesulib Hooklne boiwlMMly for rest In tie Ham of Him who MrtehM Ron the least sad even ellU you feel III claims are itMHtei Toll Him now what you wit lie Mrs Commandant lo tb FOR THE SAKE OF OTHERS Story of How Dr Reuben A Torn Signed the Pledge When AfYoung Man- I want to tell you how I algMrf the pledge I was a preacher but I 4Mn i believe lu total abstinence Gt l gAitio preach one summer I went into a town and found a temperance retval jolny on and I wished I hadnt come TIlt were going to have a lempernaes weet Ing that night They said la KM Of ctUIH you will Break at the mcoHlag I had never been Inside OM for I hest convinced myself that I dW not belle t ID total abstinence Whataboitld I day I thought over It I prayed our it I spent almost the whole day In prayer I prayed It through and It tamuM as clear as day that If tar DUilni won than my Influence I ought te Lake is stand and sign the pledge M 1 went down to the matting sad a speakerdslveredhtslltUepeok Thea bt said Hverybody In the roots who has Rover signed the 111ed staid up An oW drunkard a lady sad myself wore the only OMU la the building wfco swat up As far as the lady WM ronnirtivd she was MOOd looking and I dMnt fila Ud company but when I bake II that old soaker I felt In drwdfMUr bicompany I went up and flIfMd ihr pledge Tin lady walked up and sit signed the pledge she Is here tsrinishe U my wile now and that Was Ute Ant time I ever saw her She was 17 and I JO The old soaker come up sad tlKBe l the pledge too flan anti wowtn i mint to repeat what i said OM other night If you sea get atom jet M welt without the drink sign lhe pladle for your brothers sake If you eanH sit Jung jittt M well without It IIIP tU pledge for your own sake- GRAPBSIIOT What will drunkards whet do when all the saloons are wiped out Hurt laughing hoo4a American QUMH The Womans club of Diiliuqca la has joined forces with the toadwrs ol the slate In a crllltlldenlialNttN The Indiana legislature lta8 passed a bill which absolutely prohibits UM man ufacture and sale of a vide a heavy penalty for In revenue from taxation kilaUearbeverages only IluMla largo pert of her Income la of liquor by the government Twentythroe oases of abandonment for tho month of January wore reported at the monthly meeting of Ute Asnoelait u Charities of Wisconsin Nearly nil ut these are liquor cases An Institute for the treatment of sot ferers from chest complaints neuralgia catarrh and other maladies by moans or opium smoking has been opened by Lon Ion physicians This Is deatroYJ lesser evils by cultivating a greater one the opium habit For 72 years Indian Territory tins had laws making it a criminal offense to Introduce or trade In Intoxicating liquors The treaty agreement with the five great Indian tribes obligated the United States government to uphold tills legislation and the law has been well enforcedA correspondent In the Strats burger Post announces the introduction in tho German capital of the American frco lunch that Is the giving of free sandwiches etc to those who buy a certain amount of liquor It is to be hoped the system will not bo permitted to gain a foothold Trumpet Flowers and Saloons In tho city of Honolulu there formerly grew a beautiful flower One day a child illlltheall over the city The next morning the roads were full of the outcast flower Human life Is too precious to bo exposed lrorte perils of the grog shop even though the town may get a license fee of 2onk or + even J500 from It Northwest Mall t fOXTAIL MILLET Several Varieties of the Plant Are Seine Grown In America Aro Large in Form Under tho name of Japanese mlllnta several kinds of foxtail millet are boo- Ing grown In this country Most of these mllleio are largo In form and yield heavily in seed and forage un der favorable conditions but do not withstand drouth well and when a dry spell comes they yield to it quick rr than do most of our common mil uu There have also been introduced KOREAN OXTAIL iULLKT from Korea millets known as foxtail which differ considerably from the millets grown In this country and also from the Japanese says Farmers Ro view We Illustrate the Korean mil jet This millet has done well on the grounds of tho agricultural department In Washington but ns yet little ex perimentation has boon done with them In thr country as a whole TO ESCAPE INSECTS notation of Crops Effects Much Oocxi In Ridding Farm of Destruc tive Life On a farm of good size the beet way to keep the destructive insects down is to rotate crops I find that in that way 1 can generally escape the worst of the Insect pests says a MfchUan farmer In tho Farmers Review Whore the same crop Is planted on tho same field year after year the Insects have n chance to establish themselves In colonies In the case of the plant lice on corn roots there is little danger the first year because the ants aro tho mat mischiefmakers If tho field has been In oats the previous year we may ex peel to find no ants there for lice do not feed on the roots of the oat plant Not till corn has been on tho same land for several years will tho ant In vasion become serious and without the ant Invasion wo have nothing to fear from the lice Tho Hessian fly Is quite easily stamp ed out by taking away his food supply for one year but we must do that by depriving this Insect of all of his mainstays in feeding wheat rye and bnrl Icy Not only must wo put the land into something else than those crops but we must be careful that In tho field planted to corn or potatoes no volunteer wheat rye or barley Is per milted to grow c r Ono Bee Tree In Juno last wo cut a beetree The bps though considerably jcatterod vat abut by tho tree breaking when It I struck tho ground wore hived and nt once wont to work Whon wo went 3aftcr them however the lily was empty In passing the spot four 11lnlanllof time tree They had built a number otjjombs a foot In depth and had con brood and honey all out Intho open air- flood Drinking Fount A good drinking fount for little chlcVs Is made by filling n shallow crock or pan with pebbles about tho site of hickory nuts or as largo as walnuts and then filling with water Thb chicks can drink between the IHibWos but cannot get wot or drown Tho vessels should be scalded out two orHln 10 times a week Commercial Poultry Fooditrepeated that milk Is a perfect food and alone would sustain life Eggs bananas and some other foods wilt do tho same But Irish potatoes will not Pure un skimmed milk Is adapted to all ages and JH difficult to surpass as food p Have the Collar Fit The collar is a thing a horse must sear all day when at work Not only that he must pull against that collar all the time while doing his work so- Il hou1ct fit the shoulders as perfectly J as possible Farm Journal v Keep Incubator Clean After every hatch thoroughly wash J f th Incubation chamber with hot soap- sudse ifT and leave it open until perfectly dry anTl sweet No amount of ventilation t chamhher lr t r ROUGH FEED FOR HOGS Animal Man Make Many Observes dons and Gives Out Results of His Experiments George M Rommel of the bureau of animal Industry of tho United States department of agriculture has been making some very Interesting observa tions for several years relative to experiments along the line of feed for hogs Although the capacity of bulk found In cattle and sheep Is generally lacking In hogs Mr pommels observa tions show that hogs will thrive on a reasonable amount of roughage Tho results of Investigation conduct ed by maUl experiment stations are givenThe Kansas experiment station has reported a series of experiments wltb droughtresident crops Three of these experiments had to do with alfalfa hay In the first place the hogs used were of mixed breeding Berkshire and Poland China representing about tho average of Kansas farm hogs Tho al falfa was of good quality Two lots were fed one receiving the hay whole in greater quantity than it would consume tho other having ground hay In the second test the mealfed lot received somecotton seed meal 016 pound to each pound of Kafir corn which did not affect the hogs seriously This test was conduct ed during the most severe weather of the winter the thermometer register- Ing 32 degrees F below zero February 12 ten days after the experiment boo ganIn the third test tho grain was wet with water at thejlrao of feeding The alfalfa hay had been cut late and was rather woody The Utah station fed one lat of hogs on a mixture of equal parts by weight of chopped wheat and grain wet An other lot had the same grain ration with chopped alfalfa hay added The alfalfa used was well cured and was prepared by running through an cnsl lace cutter the blades of which are ar ranged for cutting Into halfInch lengths The pigs were thrifty grade Ucrkshlrca The Montana station fed three lots of hogs to compare tho feeding values Of- I a certain ration with sugar beets and alfalfa hay as roughage with IL ration I of grain only The lot on grain alone received a ration consisting during the early part of the experiment of two parts of damaged wheat and one part of oats barley taking the place of the wheat during the latter part of the ex periment The hayfed lot had same ration with alfalfa hay added The al falfa hay was run through a cutting box moistened and mixed with meal The hogs were by a Berkshire boar out of highgrade Poland China sows They bad previously had the run of a stubble nold with some clover pasture The average of those experiments show that 101 pounds of grain were re quired for 100 pounds of gain when no hay was fed and i05 pounds of grain and 80 pounds of alfalfa hay when bay was fed a saving of 88 pounds of grain to be credited to the hay fed THREEHORSE DOUBLETREE Versatile Instrument Which Ont Agriculturist Declares Is Best in Market Hero Is a sketch of n three hnrse doubletree that Is tho beet I have ever used writes a correspondent ol the Rural New Yorker It Is light anti TUB TJUIKIMIOHSK DOUIltBTIlKE can bo used as a twohorse doubletree by changing two devises and taking ofl tho short single tree The doubletre Is four feet from center to center of out side holes The single trees aro twu feet six inches short one Is ten Inches Irons on single trees are all six Inches Tho short single tree should bo made with a hook on the under side so that all will bo on a tins FARM NOTES The Frances peach seems to rot tad ly on the tree What are the objections to keeping sheep on a dairy farmT It Is reported that peach stouti from California canneries are dyed and sold for fuel They are said tc give out more heat than coal In pro welgbtI S 0 VI found baked apples and strawberrlri on ilia Card for breakfast Careful oh Bervatlon showed that the majority called for apples Feed the Cows Well Many a cow with fair results could be made to produce double It she hal the proper material In the shape of food to work up Into milk the ma chine may be all right but the mate rial all wrong Wo must have botn to havo success She must of necessity consume largo quantities of nutritious food if site gives a largo and paying amount of milk Sho cannot consume dry feed enough and digest it to work her milk producing power to full ca pacity without succulent easily digested foofovMIdland Farmeriv f + se SM 1Y t I NOVEL PLAN OF COERCION Unionists Pay Fares in Pennies to nonunion ConductorsOften Join Union Lynn MassA novel scheme la beI- ng put into practice In Lynn by the members of tho labor organizations to force conductors of electric cars who do not already belong to the Amalga mated Association of Street Railway Employee to join It Patrons of electrics well know with what horror conductors In general look upon pennies Only women who are nut ohm shopping tours are accustomed to give these when paying fares and in return they get the stony glare and sometimes are accidentally carried beyond the point where they desire to BtoB Every union conductor wears a limit ton in the lapel of his coat and when this button Is missing it is tho cue for the union men of other crafts to give that conductor five pennies One conductor got 130 pennies most of them from union men who were on tholr way to a ball game When the conductor learned the cause of the flood of cents ho joined tho union DECREASE IN COAL OUTPUT Production of Illinois and of Country Falls Off in 1004 to Great Extent Washington Not as much coal by 6000000 tons was mined in 1904 aa during the previous calendar year Tho total of anthracite and bituminous coal mined last year in the United States was 361196953 tons compared with 357JGM16 tons during 1901 Illinois is one of the states showing a decrease In tonnage Ranking sec ond A3 a coal producing state the Illi able output in 1904 was 35990796 tons compared with 36957104 tons during the previous year Pennsylvania heads the 1fl mining 73166709 tons of an thracite and 97916733 tons of bitum inous coal during 1904 compared with 74607068 tons of anthracite and 103 117178 tons of bituminous coal In 1903 Sine 1814 when 22 tons of anthra cite the first mining recorded was taken out of the earth in Pennsylvania there have been produced In tho United States 5677210577 tons of coal of which 14162432 tons was furnished by Illinois CHINESE WOMAN A DOCTOR First of Her Nationality and Sex to Take a Physicians Degree In United States Philadelphia Miss LI Bi Cu of Illngehua China who has spent the last four years In this city taking a medical course at the Romans college will graduate from that Institu tion this year with high honors So far as Is known Miss Li is the first Chinese woman to study medicine In this country She was born In lUng ghua where her father is considered the roost prominent man of that com munity He Is also the leading spirit In the Methodist church of that prov inceThe Chinese maiden has beep In this country more than eight years and has spent all of her time in hard study Sho first studied at Herkimer college New York She graduated from that Institution with high honors and de cided to take her medical course in this city Whisky Is Not Property Tho supremo court of Kansas decid ed thut whisky Is not property in tho usual sense of the term and that In depriving a citizen of the right to sell it the fourteenth amendment to the constitution of the United States U not violated MARKET REPORT Cincinnati June 2 CATTLE Common J2 05 0 4 25 Heavy steers 5 50 5 75 CALVES Extra 6 00 HOGS Ch packers 5 30 0 5 37tf Mixed packers 6 26 4D 6 30 8HEEP Extra 4 00 0 4 10 LAMBS Spring 760 tf 7 75 FLOURSprlng pat 6 00 fl 6 36 WHEAT No 2 red 1 06 0 107 No 3 red 95 3 9- 9CORNNo2 mixed fi 64 Vj No 2 white 0 54 OATSNo 2 mixed tp 32ft RYE No Z 81 0 8- 3IIAYCh timothy m12 25 PORKClear mess 14 00 LARDStoam 0 6 7H4 BUTTER Ch dairy 1435 Choice creamery 23 APPLES Choice 2 50 4 3 00 POTATOES Per bbl 15 0 1 35 TOBACCO New 5 00 13 00 Old 4 DO 014 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter nat 5 10 Q 5 2- 0Wli1ATNo 2 rod 1 06 1 07 No 3 red 100 0105- 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weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples alists Methodists Bud good people of all na ron INFORMATION AND FRIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS TIlE SECRETARY WILL C GAMBLE Derca Madison County fCy1 I J Madison County Roller Mills eIeleleIeleIeFeleD Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Cora Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour M M M M MI Potts Duerson VUtci Static Kr I n KodolYSPEPSIA MONUMENTS Berea u CURE EAThleh Mils for 50 or CHICAGO ILL LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Boron810 a in ArriveR chmond415 a m Arrive Paris 528 a m Arrive Cineinnati750 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Berpa132p m Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive Paris 380 p m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Beroall p m Arrive Knoxville810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Berea 1217 a m 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you eat It digests what you eat regardless of the condition of the stom ach and conveys the nutrient properties to the blood and tissues This builds up and strengthens the entire system overcomes and cures Indiges lion Dyspepsia Belching Sour Stom itch etc Kodo Dyspepsia Cure for what is sometimes called Americas national disease Dyspepsia Is destined to eventually work a wonderful and lasting benefit to sufferers from this distressing and mind harassing condition Sod by Porter Drug Co LOUISVILLE ATLANTIC RY CO Time table In efectAprll161905E- AST BOUND No I Xo 3 Xo S Vertalllni 1011 a in Clip m Mcholavllle llOil Valley View Illt 740 nichniondar llW UO Rlrhmond Iv J2OT p m 6 to a m Irrluo 1O1 Bcstlyvlllo 240ar 2JJj Bcattyvtlle Jet 500 lu JO WEST BOISn No 1 No 4 No 6 Vtmlllei 7Vm in 1 fo ImNil hoUsvillc 6JW i Valley View 6 J n Kiflnnond IT cuo 1 Richmond sr 741 p m JJU Irvine Zpum KM Bctty IIIh 34IlOJOmB- eatlTTille Jet 330 1030 No land 61 and 3 masks close connection It Nleholmiville 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for style comfort end wear U known everywhere throughout the world They have to gtw better satisfaction than j other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear en expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure s perfect Inspection inv- itedCOYLEjfit HAYES BEEEA KENTUCKY HlIIHI 11 H HI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I H I I I H H I I I I I l- Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES +tMl Mrs Sallio Burns of Hamilton Ohio is visiting old friends here Miss Dolly JarnStt of Brodhead 19 tho guest of Miss Gertrude Hulett weekMiss Benge and her brother Frank are visiting relations and friunds here Mr and Miss Carrie Allen of Hamilton Ohio are visiting in Beroa this week Miss Bertie Adams who has been in Cincinnati for the past year is in Boron on a visit ofkhonored guests this week Miss Ida Koch of Thelma is visiting at the Itpme of her sister Mrs W II Bower Berea f Mr W N Hanson and family from Winchester are here on a two weeks visit with Mr Hansons 1parontsRuth Todd arrived home from Wyo on Wednesday night will remata here during the i summerMrs J 0 Caldwell and little daughter Christine of Pueblo Coir are among the Commencement visitors this week Miss Cassandra Bryant of Prince ton Ill is visiting with her sister ifrs A S Worthen She will be hero for seine time Miss Mary Fee of Clarksburg led is pending Commencement week in Bereu and visiting with- Miss Null Burdctte A large number of visitors have been in attendance at the oral ex aminations in the various classes during the past two days Hon Curtis F Burnan of Rich mond arrived in Berea on Tuesday and lays the corner stone of the Library building today Wednes dayMessrs A M and A B Canfield with their wives of Litchfield 0 art Berea visitors until after Com mencement at the home of Mr Clare CanfieldMr B Jones came down from Cincinnati last week and spent over Sundaywith his wife and childwho have been visiting for some time with Mr and Mrs S G Hanson Mr J H Little arrived Monday noon from Bristol Tenn and will remain over Commencement Mr Little is here in the interest of Sunday School Mission work in KentuckyFarewell meetings were held in the Y W C A Y M C A and Christian Endeavor Socjely on Sun day evening The majority of the members leave for other fields dur ing tha vacation Dr R C Boggs was summoned home on Saturday morning last by the sudden death of his father at Red House No particulars lire known other than the fact that he was found dead in bed Miss Martha Washburn will be in Mission thetvacation She will be associated in the work with Miss Gelnnan of u u r New Cash Store 0 C RHODUS Prop BEREA KENTUCKY iv PRICE 300 headquartersbeing Dr Mitchells talk on Personality1 at the United Chapel Monday morn- Ing was much enjoyed lo hind noted in going about the campus and through the college buildings that personality was prominent in tin students nifd teachers to a most marked and pleasing degree Such was a right state of affairs Messrs E M Gentry and Anderson Jones graduated from the Scientific course of Fiske University and will receive their sheepskins with BereaH graduates today They will also deliver their commencement ora tious on afternoon after the regular Commenceinont exerclsw of the College are completed Last Friday evening the Senior Class treated their friends to n splendid program at the Tulwrnacle The exercises woro opened by prayer 1 after which the orchestra rendered selection in good style The following numbers by mcmlxtrs of the I class wore very unique and entertaining in character Class History I by J K Caldwell poem by P T Prentisa Pictures on Memorys Prophecyby singbig composed by Miss Corwiu brought a most successful occasion to a close Immediately following the program the Class held a reception to which about seventy fivu of their friends had been invited in tho Industrial BuildingProf Weavers work in musical circles has been much appreciated both by thoso who have been under his instruction anti those who have sera tho fruits of his labors in the various recitals and entertainments of the past year The esteem in which ho is held by the Harmonia Society was shown tho other evening when they presented him witha handsome interleaved Bible In a few words the Professor thanked the friends who were concerned in the presentation Prof Weaver leaves on Friday for his old home in Bluff ton Ohio whore ho will join his wilt and family They will proceed to the Northlands of in about three weeks and expect to bo located at Burley whore Mr and Mrs Weaver will bo engaged in mis lion work over which Rev J 0 UiiMwull has the general oversight The prayers and best wishes of many friends will accompany thorn to their now field of work Baccalaureate Sunday The services of Sunday last Were unusually bright anti inspiring Tho Rev Dr Loba of Evanston ill hud lien secured to preach the baccalaureate sermon ami brought a message which could not but stir the hearts of his hearers to a nobler and broader life than ever before Tho burden of his those was the glories of free anti unsolicited service as suggested by tile text If any man compel thee to go one mile go with him twain Ho prefaced his remarks by saying that wo live under the dominion of law and that there are many things wo are compelled to do either by laws of nature or of man For instance a man is compelled to taro for his wife and family or suffer the penalty of being ousted from the community as an unfit member of society Ho is compelled to clothe himself not only for decencys sake but also for selfpreservation He is compelled to observe tho rights of others and to avoid in any way in juring their person or property This the preacher characterized as tho first mile for which we merit no special praise in the performingwo are simply fulfilling the law But it was tho second mile of which ho de truoIj y vkaiSHOE A SWELLdoorfor people land no more but rather tho one who sought wisdom and knowledge as n precious jewel not counting the cost lie instanced some of tho great scholars of paRt times who though beset on all subs by obstacles pressed on in tho pursuit of knowl edge until they had reached the acme of a noble ambition Then again there wero Shylocks who would strip their fellowmun anti leave him desolate simply because it was so named in the land Hew lignin was the opportunity to go the second niilothe opportunity to show kindness and leniency to the one in distress Addressing himself to tho grad nates before him tho preacher said that they had not received the preparation for lifes work in order that they might simply go the first mile or in other words live for their own gratification He said they wouldtJ asked to sell their services for dollars and cents according to their worth Ho urged thou to press on to tIll second milo to do tilt unsolicited task to live tho broader richer lifo of uncomiielled service and thus follow in the footsteps of tho Saviour The graduates occupies tho row of seats in front of tho rostrum The music for tho occasion was furnished by tho Harmoniu Society A generous supply of lilies and other flowers adorned tho platform There was a large attendance of citizens and visiting friends who testified to tho blessing and inspiration received from the service Tho evening service was mldressod by Dr S C Mitchell of Richmond Vu As a fearless and fluent oxK ucnt of what he believes to be tight and the truth Dr Miller has few equals lie attacks the subject in hand with an earnestness begotten of a heart conviction and thorough un derstanding of tho matter which wins him at once an attentive anti sympathetic audience His home on Sunday owning wits Tho Com mon School Education in tho South Being a native of Missouri Dr MitchollflplukM front a Southerners standpoint nnd from a definite knowledge of the facts in the also Ho hunch conic quite recently front n series of conventions which had IMHMI held in various parts of tho South in tho interest of common school educe lion and slake of the grout educe tional revival in that part of tho Re public lie said tho South wits just to the vast resources t- hor command resources which chal longed their very beat effort to onto for Ho regarded tho common school as thin solution of tho grout social political and racial problems which are filling till minds of thinking men today The schools trust be manned by competent teachers the youth trust bo taught that true nobility is individual worth marl not oarlaien possession of lands and slaves They must be led to re alize that there is no North nor South but one great nation united by tho inseparable bonds of brotherhood there must lie a proper under standing and recognition of ouch others worth between the white anti colored races All this can he ac complished in tho common schools ax nowhere else Ho npoke of tho work being ac complished by Borcu nnd regarded such education as the salvation of the South Hirmonli Concert The concert giver by the Har mania and Orchestra on Monday night was of n high order and reflected great credit upon all con corned Louis Spohr ranks among the highest us n writer of classic music and his oratorio The Last Judgment is no exception in thai line Its rendering on Monday even ing was such as to give a very trite interpretation of the soul of tin writer mid of tho scriptural truths which it contains rite work of the Harmonia Society for tho past year hUH been very successful and this closing entertainment of thin your was a fitting climax of tho efforts of director and members Tho attend tutee was large and appreciative The now Everett piano furnished bj tho John Church Company of Cin cinnatl proved to be a valuable aid in the under the skilful manipulation of Miss Lour whoso success as an accompanist Is too well known to need comment A Story of Xupolrun III Napoleon HI who had no fewer poor relatives to help on thou any other soy ereign was trying one day to convince a cousin whom he had already goner ously aided that It was iinponalble for him to Increase lice allowance Tin princess took the refusal angrily and ns she was leaving said In a taunting manner Decidedly you have nothing of the great emperor our uncle You mistake my dear cousin replied Napoleon with a cheerful smile I have his family A Duitoit Iropoal Eraeraonla shall we merge our twain existence Into one I am not averse to such a consum matlon Waldo Thank you That being agreed upon shall weer erocculateVLouisy- Ale CourierJournal 1 rrrkrrkrrkkkrrtarrrrtarkkkkgkkrkkkrkkkkkrkkrkkkkkkkkk- A 0 ifA AA of 1 of I I jioYi ji f Befea has the largest most complete t and uptodate Drug Store in Madison County jt We are especially well equipped for ttheprompt filling of proscriptions Only pure and fresh drugs used We SolicittA your patronage and assure fair treatment iaildappreciation I ji i The PORTER DRUG CO I I The plate where Purity it Paramount A A of I Ii A A XanY 11 tiA i yAr 0 1 1- t4AaA 444AAAAA44A QSeA41r 1k Ui lek iraleStie4ktt4 t4 i i h JI loeooeooeoeooeoeooeooeoeoeoe o ruThe Celebrated o Worcester Corsets I o jFabricsLaces Inscrtings and IXmbroid i 1 ou cries in the Lending Designse o Notions of all kinds and in fact 0 f- i Sovefthing which is necessary for 2 ladies and childrens wear e- o a j IodC o M o ooi S C ISU e The Shop for Ljdltf o o aeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo0Do f Without Fire Insurance You wouldnt miss the small amount it would take to pay insurance But you would miss your home if you should lose it and no insurance Can write you in any of the good Companies FIRE LIFEand ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGIIT SOLD And TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC t t W H PORTER Berea Ky r- ATo THE BANK t x tSUMMARY OF THE p IMPORTANT NEWS Interesting Happenings That Oc cnrrcd During the Past Few Days j ACTION OF GOVERNMENT FICIAIS- II Kxcltlng Events In the United States and Foreign Countries Condensed For the Busy Reider Crlmss and Casualties I I War Items I The number of Russian vessels of JI descriptions sunk and captured by turn Togos fleet In tho groat naval rattle In Korea straits now stands at 0 It Is possible that three additional arshlps were sunk In the flght Sat- urjft lay and others later Nearly 3000 prisoners wero taken Including Rr Adm Nobogatoff Adm Rojestvon ikyB battleship was also sunk Adm Rojonlvonsky has arrived at I Stsebo on board tho torpedo boat do I stroyer Bulny at 6 p m May 29 The admiral Is seriously wounded in tho head book and ohust Adm Togo re ports that In tho naval engagement In tho Korea straits tbo Russians lost JZ war veseels of all kinds Two suc in reaching Vladivostok About Icededprisoners woro taken Tho flag Adm Rojeatronsky was among tie vessels sunk and the admiral bad ly wounded struggled In tho waves l Ater ho wag picked up by a Rus lan xpado boat A Toklo correspondent reports that J tbe cruiser Gromobol of the 1adtvo J tok squadron with nearly 800 men 4 oa board Issued from Vladivostok In 4 tM hope of joining the remnant of Rcjestvonskyi fleet and that It struck A Japanese mine and sunk with all hands The correspondent says It Is bellevod that Vice Adm Skrydloff was w board the Gromobol Adra Togo reports that all the cap tured ship sent to Sosebo have ar rived and that their crows have bnlanded A Jut Rojeetvensky who was wounded has entered tho naval hospital Tho correspondent of the Glasgow histi11 a e IJ 1 TheNJipaaeeo losses in the battle of tlht Sea of Japan wero 113 officers and Jmcn killed and 414 oncers and menI I 4 veundcit The completion of the re I vised list slows that the losses were- i under the original estimates It Is likely that Rr Adm Nebogataft will bo courtmartialed and probably hot for surrendering the ship under his command to the Japanese In tho naval battla In Korea straits An ox animation of his ships show that though the suns wore rusty and the t Uomn of the vcssols covered with seaweed there was no lack of fighting i otircon There wore hoop of am Munition and no trace of damage by the Japanese shells In response to thousands of suggest long and Inquiries received by the Japanese nary department has dfold od to erect an enormous lighthouse on Oklnfto Ishyid as a monument to commemorate Adm Togos naval vIc- tory Whoa the Japanese boarded the tor pedo boat destroyer Bcdovl after com pletely dlKabllng her Adm Itojestven sky was the last man to bo discovered He was hiding at the bottom of tho destroyer and was bleeding freely from many wounds Tho Japanese celebrated the victory At tho naval battle of tho Sea of Japan In Honolulu by a big torchlight and Japanese lantern procession Four j thousand Japanese turned out In tho parade Three Russian warships which es raped during the great sea battle In tho Korean StraUs aro now In the custody of tho American naval au thorities at Manila They wore gath g crud In by Rr Adm Train command er of tho United States naval forces In the Phlllpnlnae while seeking refuge from possible Japanese pursuers Miscellaneous News Without a dissenting vote both branches of the Philadelphia councils withdrew the ordinance authorising the lease of the city gas works to the United OaR Improvement Co for n period of 75 years The president had Intended to begin his southern trip early In October but within n day or two ho has concluded to postpone tho departure until tho 17th rue trip will consume about two weeks The boaatlful bronze statue of Oon Slocum by McMohncs was unveiled In Now York Two great stands rac- Ing tho statue woro filled with people The arrival of tbo presidential party v was signalled by the firing of a salute of 21 guns Tho president delivered an address ExGov Robert Wilkinson Furnas of Drownvlllo Nob died of diabetes in a Lincoln hospital ExGov Furnas has bcon a resident of Nebraska since 1855 when ho came from Ohio Secretary Morton received Informa 0thou that tho original commission of Paul Jones as a captain in the navy has boon located In Philadelphia and ho will Initiate an effort to obtain it for tho navy department Two miners woro killed at the Vial polo mine at Iron Mountain Mich by a fall of overhanging ore Doth are burled 600 feet below surface and crows are at work digging for them I President Roosevelt bus authorized the announcement that Charles J Bonaparte of Baltimore would bo ap pointed secretary of the navy to sue ceod Paul Morton who earlier In UK day stated ho would retire July 1 to- go to Now York to tako charge of plans for tho construction of tho sub way system for operation In connoc lion with tho surface lines Joseph M Wobor has arranged with a number of Chicago and Now York capitalists to erect In Chicago a hippo drome to cost 1400000 An attempt to assasslnatn mill Al tense was made at midnight In Paris As his majesty drove with President Loubet from a gala performance al tho Grand opera house a bomb thrdwi by an anarchist exploded with deadly effect near tho royal carriage The two escaped unharmed but five per sons wero seriously Injured and It number of cavalry horses wore Ulllci or maimed Several arrests were mado Tho monthly circulation statement Issued by the controller of the ciir loncy shows that at the close of buttl nella May 21 the total circulation of national bank notes outstanding amounted tq 488327516 The United States bureau of forestry has begun three extensive projects un dor Its forestry planting operations for the season Fifty thousand trees are to bo planted In the Pikes Peak forest reserve 300000 along tho lines of the Delaware Hudson River railroad and the Northern Pacific rood John E Madden a wall known race horse owner and trainer has decided to retire from the turf In the trial of Wm O Crawford charged with conspiracy with Mucheii and Lorent to defraud the government the lAtter testified that ho turned states evidence not to save himself and with no hope of reward He sold he was not guilty of all tho charge Against film and deemed It a duty to himself to give all Information to the governmentWith gentle touch of a hand up on a golden telegraph instrument President Roosevelt from tha whlto house gave the signal which formally opened to the world tho Lewis and Clark Centennial exposition at Port land Ore a monument to tbo memo rise of Capts Merrlwother Lewis and William Clark the pioneers who 100 years ago biased tho trail which open ed up to tho world the Old Oregon countryThe monthly comparative statement of the government receipts and oxpon dlturos shows that for the month of May IMC tbo total rocoIpU woro 143 78933 and tho expenditures 46719 G1 Jewels worn by Queen Isabella of Spain are to be sold soon to build a library at Leland Stanford university The gems were pttrcbassj by the late Mrs LelftBd Stanford for 1000600 The Russian Grand Duke Vladimir has been seotencod to death by the TerroristsThe general ordered the transfer of the field dlviclon headquar era of the rural free delivery service now lionwn no the Cincinnati division to Indianapolis effective July 1 Tho president has appointed as sec and lieutenants of Infantry Chnrlos W McClure son of Maj Chnrlos McClure 14th Infantry PIckens R Woodnon of Texas formerly of tho Rough Riders and John H BUerson of Virginia Secretary Taft presented to tho pres- Ident an Invitation from the Ohio state fair to attend tho fair In September The president was obliged to decline on account of other engagements Princeton university has secured pos session of the Morwlck estate and will transform It into a graduate col loge As a result of a ten days Investiga non into alleged violation of the min ing laws of Illinois a Franklin county grand jury has returned four Indict ments against tho ZeIgler Coal Co In whose mine nearly CO mIners wore killedPresident Diaz has appointed Joa Quln DCasasua to bo ambassador of Mexico In the United States to sue co ell the late Manuel Asplroz The steamboat H M Carter ran Into the pier of tho railroad bridge across the Red river at Alexandria La and tank The first chamber of tho states gen sral at Tho Haguo voted 280000 for thin purchase of a site for the palace of ponce tobe erected by Andrew Carnegie Tho war department received n ca blo from Gov Magoon of tho Isthmian snnnl zone stating that Edward Green an American died on tho Isthmus of malaria May 28 Ho also reports two now oases of yollow fever Wm OBrl m and L Mannonl The Avenue theater Plttsburg was lostroyod by fire Tho grand opera louso adjacent was damaged Cornelius P Shea president of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters was arrested In Chicago on the chargo of criminal libel preferred by Robert J Thorno assistant general manager of Montgomery Ward Co Brig Gen George B Davis has been reappointed judgo advocate general ot the army for a term of four years from May 23 last The monthly statement of the public debt shows that at tbo close of busl ness May 31 1905 the debt less cash In the treasury amounted to 1000 346118 which Is an Increase for the month of May of 3128187 The monthly statement of the coinage executed at tho mints of tho United States shows that during May tho coInage amounted to 4079075 as fol Lowe Gold 3270000 silver 564 584 minor coins 244491 There was an earthquake throughout Montenegro About 500 houses col apstd and 200 persona wore killed or ulured t A Pottawatomla Indian at Poltagon Mich tried to wreck a Grand Rapids Indiana passenger train but tho attempt was frustrated by a freight train crowCongressman Benjamin F Marsh died at his home In Warsaw III At tho end of next month a dolega lion of 100 prominent Hungarians led by Count Kugono Achy will leave for Toklo to present a sWordor honor to Marshal Oyama In tho name of tbo Hungarian communities Papers In an action for absolute d4 vorco brought by llrodlo L Duke were served In New York on Mrs Alice Webb fluke whoso marriage to Mr Duke In December last was the begin ping of sensational litigation During a tug off Dungonness the British battleship Caesar collided with tho British baric Afghanistan The Afghanistan sank two minutes after tho collision It is feared that 23 men on board tho bark wero drowned Douglas M Kllp trlok former Unit ed States sublroasurcr and prominent In commercial circles died In Now York aged 61 For many years ho was a leader In tho carnival celebra lions The officials at Mare Island navy yard have received from Washington formal Instructions to permit tbe Rue scan auxiliary cruiser Lena now la tarred to proceed to Asiatic waters for use as a hospital ship She will put to sea within a month and It Is expected her first destination will be a Japanese port whore wounded Rue clans can be taken aboard The business or the German gov eminent paused and a million or so ol persons took a half holiday to wol come an 18yearold girl who some limo most probably will bo the German empress When Mrs F II Dunn near Ko wanec III began her housework she loft her Infant daughter on a piece of carpet on the porch Looking out of tbo door half an hour later she was horrified to see a monster snake about the child Mrs Dunns screams frightened the reptile later killed by her husband mils Glenn tho most famous male Impersonator of the world Is free at Parkorsburg W Va For flve years she has fared the penitentiary on a forgery charge Once she was tried but the Jury disagreed and she has been out on bond for four years Mrs Thomas C Plait wlfo of Sen ator Platt sailed for Europe on the St Paul Senator Platt did not accom pany his wife abroadbut drove to tho pier to see her off He was too feeble to leave the carriage and remained there until the ship left the pier Rv Thomas Rlehey D D emeritus professor of cccloslastlcal history at the General Theological seminary New York Is dead aged 74 years Dr Rlohey was well known as an author of religious works Rolla M Dance secretary of tho civil service board at the request of Mayor Weaver tendered his reslgna tlon Dance Is a close friend of Jas P McNIchol ono of the republican loaders of Philadelphia Mayor Weaver proposes to mako municipal ownership his slogan and Intends it Is said to get control of tho gas works and probably the traction interests Johann hock oonvicted wife murderer nail confessed bigamist was son tented by Judge Kcrsten to be hanged June 2 During a thunder storm in Chicago three churches were struck by lightning and two of them completely destroyed Besides the chta kvs several other buildings were struck and dam aged The total loss Is estimated at 200000Two were killed and two serl ously burned In the Edgar Thomson furnace Braddock Pa About the same time a friend of one of the men was killed In Pittsburg by falling from a street car John Tittle a farmer 55 and his son James 17 were Instantly killed and his daughter Bertha 13 was fa tally injured by being struck by an express train on the bridge on the Pennsylvania railroad near Port Royal Pa Gov HIggIns of New York has signed both tho Raines bill and the Am bier bill Designed to abolish disreput able hot ls operating under the present provisions of the liquor tax law Tho Milwaukee exposition building occupying a olty block was totally do stroyed by fire The loss Is 300000 Insured for 76000 Peter L Klmborly prominent throughout the United States and Can ada in mining circles died in Chicago of apoplexy Mr Kimberlys wealth is estimated at 10000000 John Walthouso was stabbed to death with a sharpened file in a St Louis boarding house Julius Schulte n machinist was arrested on tho charge of having stabbed Walthouse They quarreled over a girl Sliteen warships will attack the de lenses of Washington and Baltimore at midnight of Juno 11 and continuo their offensive operations for six days and nights Meanwhile the fortresses along Chosapoako bay and the Poto mac river Washington and Baltimore will put forth every defense ot which they are capable Mr Justice Harlan of tho United States supremo court was tho guest at a banquet In hondr of his 72d birthday by the Louisville Bar association Richard L Farnham a director the Panama railroad has arrived InI England His mission is the chartering of several chips for trio Panama canal commission and he is making a tour of the ship yards 4ho New York chamber ot commerco adopted resolution favoring the conclu sion of commercial treaties of reclproc Ity between the United States and Oer many France Russia Switzerland and VustroHungary HIS GOOD OFFICES Russian Tress and Public Pleased Over Presidents Offer They Want an Honorable PeaceNe gotiations If Begun Must Be Di rect Without the Intervention of the Other Powers St Petersburg Juno B President Roosovelfs tender of his good offices to bring about peace Is received with general favor In tho press and by tho public and a doslro that some steps should be taken towards securing an honorable peace Is Increasingly QianU test The Russian declares that the presi dent should bo commended as an act of friendship tending to bring about Japans terms of peace and Russias acceptance of an offer which would not moan surrender on humiliating terms Tho paper maintains at the same time that negotiations If begun must be direct and that there must bo- no Intervention by other powers Tho Bourse Gazette says that Russia must make the best possible use of tho friendly offices of tho United States and Great Britain This paper as well as the Syntoch ostva and the Nashazvlsn and others advance tho Idea that Japan will bo disposed to grant better terms to tho Russian people than to the bureaucrats who began tho war These vapors reiterate the demand for a zem sky zabor to settle the question Even the Groshdlnln declares peremptorily for peace the Novoo Vrcmya alone dissenting tram tho general chorus by saying that tho peace is not so ossen tial as foreign and Internal enemies Imagine and picturing Great Britain the United States and the continental powers as beginning to tremble In taco of the yellow peril ADM YAMAMOTO He Dispatched Flowers For the Reom of Adm Rojestvensky Toklo Juno GAdm Yamamoto minister ot the navy has dispatched flowers for tho room of Rr Adm Roj ostvonsky Accompanying tho flowers was a letter to the wounded Russian officer saying- I bog to express my respects for you In discharging your duty tike a soldier In fighting desperately for the sake of your fatherland I can not ref- raIn from sympathizing with you In your wounded condition and hope tho accommodations of our hospitals and ability of our naval surgeons will ease your suffering and speedily restoro your health Adm Yamamoto sent a general let ter to the wounded Russian officers and men expressing tho hope that their suffering would soon bo onded and that they would speedily recover Toklo Juno 5Vlco Adm Togo vis ited Vice Adm Rojostvensky at tho naval hospital at Sasoclyo Saturday and expressed his sympathy for the aumlrals wounds Ho praised tho desperately courageous fight of the Russians FEUDISTS BATTLE One Killed Two Mortally Two Dan gerously and Two Seriously Hurt Lexington Ky Juno SIn a feud battle In Wolfe county near Leo City shortly after noon ono man was In stantly killed two mortally wounded two dangerously wounded and two ser- Iously shot Andrew Wilson a lumber dealer and farmer was dead when the firing ceased Henry Freeman Is wounded 13 times 11 bullets enter lag the body and two in the head lIarland Dykes is shot In the body and can not recover James Dykes his brother is shot In the breast and thigh and la In a dangerous condition John Allen a merchant of Insko Ky was shot in the face and arm Lee Allen was dangerously wounded In tho thigh The battle was the sequel of a fight Eoveral weeks ago between Andy Wil son and Green Patrick and Hiram and Peter Davis when tho Davis boys wore wounded ENEMIES BECOME FRIENDS J H Hyde and J W Alexander Agree To Work Together Now York Juno 5As the result of a conference between James W Alexander and James H Hydo It was agreed that tho combined forces of tho two factions of the Equitable Life As surance society management would bo concentrated on the selection of Rob ert T Lincoln of Chicago former am bassador to England son of tho lato President Lincoln and at present tho head of tbo Pullman Palace Car Co Chicago Juno 5 Robert T Lincoln of this city was asked If he would accept the oleo of chairman of the board of directors of the Equitable Life Assurance society should the po sition bo offered to him In reply Mr Lincoln said that under no c cum stances would be accept the office Attack on Vladivostok Expected Vladivostok Juno 5It Is expected hero that a Japanese attack on tho fortress will not bo long delayed There Is howover a calm and deter mined spirit manifested by the popu lation In face of tho forthcoming cri sis Death of Gen H V Boynton Atlantic City N J June 5Gon- H V Boynton president of tho Chick mauga park commission died here Con Boynton had been 111 since March le had a notable career as a soldier sad newspaper man STATE NEWS PICKUPS THOMAS COCKRILL ARRESTED The Complaint Was Made By Bessie Hamilton Lexington Ky June B Thomas Cockrill who killed Den Hargls and started the noted HorglsCockrlll feud In Drcathltt county was arrested on complaint of Bessie Hamilton who al leges that Cockrill went to her house during her absence and took posseS sloe of a picture An Interesting feature of the arrest Is the fact that the Jlamllton woman was the Innocent cause of trouble between Cockrlll and HargIs which resulted in the death of Hargis closely followed by the assassinations of Jim Cockrlll and Dr B D Cox the brother and guardian of Tom Cockrill At the time of the first difficulty between Hargls and Cockrlll Bessie Hamilton was living in this city and Cockrlll had been keeping company with her and on one of his visits to see her he found young Hargls at the house A slight disturbance took place at the time but friends patched up a truce and after that Cockrlll and Hargis seemed to be on good terms again This first quarrel however was soon started again in Jackson when tho men met in a blind tiger and during the fight which followed Hargls was shot to death and Cock rlll receive several wounds which kept him confined to the hospital for some timeThe picture Cockrill Is charged with taking from the Hamilton homo is a likeness of himself which It is said tho girl prized very highly and when she found that Cockrlll had taken pos- sessIon of It and thinking her long friendship with him was perhaps broken she resorted to a warrant to got the photograph back TWO BULLET WOUNDS Had Them Dressed But Wouldnt Tell Where He Got Them Frankfort Ky June 6A well dressed and handsome but mysterious stranger with two fresh bullet boles In his anatomy called on Dr C K Wallace to have his wounds dressed The stranger was reticent and gave no in timation as to how he received the wounds One hole was In tho right shoulder and the other In the back just beow tho shoulder blade The probe failed to locate the bullets so the wounds wore dressed without remov ing them and then the stranger disap peared It is supposed he had a shoot ing scrape In some neighboring town and came here to prevent the facts leaking out by going to some doctor that know him- FELTNER TRIAL ENDS A Fine of 3000 and Imprisonment For Two Years Winchester Ky June 2The trial of Felix Feltner charged with con tempt of the circuit court of Clark county closed with the most severe penalty ever Inflicted here for a simi lar offense The verdict Imposed a fine of 3000 and Imprisonment In the county jail at hard labor for two years A motion for a new trial was made and an appeal was taken to the court of appeals A special term of court will be held in September to try D F French the Harglses and others charg ed with the same offense Kentucky Bonds Paid Frankfort Ky June 6The last of Kentuckys registered bond Issue of 500000 mado in 1885 was paid off when ten bonds of 1000 each with 200 Interest were presented for redemption This leaves the state In debt to the extent of 26 coupon bonds of 1000 each and there Is a cash bal ance of over 400000 In tho treasury to pay current expenses Rives the Nominee Hopklnsville Ky June 3Joseph- E Mosoly and C M Meacham of this city by mutual agreement wHhdrew from the race for the democratic nom ination for state senator in ibi Sixth Senatorial district and Frank Rives a lawyer of this city was declared the nominee A Dry Victory Cynthlana Ky June 2Judge Laf forty attorney for tho saloons filed un agreement on the part of all the sa loonkeepers to keep closed on Sun lays In future Tho cases against them wore settled at the lowest floe The result Is a victory for the drys Must Dig Up the Dog Louisville Ky Juno 5ACter long deliberation tho ground committee of the Cave Hill Cemetery Co has do Ided to order Mr and Mrs W Y Hansbrough of 740 Fifth street to dls Inter the remains of their pet dog Bll ly Hansbrough which was burled In a casket Azrael Robbed Hymen Newport Ky Juno 3Slnce the sudden death of Harry Mitchell a roll ing mill man It has developed that he was engaged to bo married to Miss lalllo Lynn of Koturah street and the ceremony was to have taken place the latter part of June Mill Man Dies Suddenly Newport Ky Juno 5Thos Baugh t5G a mill man died suddenly at his home 235 West Tenth street He had prepared to retire when bo was seized with shortness of breath and expired fUr gasping once or twice ACCIDENTALLY SHOT Reuben Gill Was In the Act of Load- Ing the Family Shotgun Winchester Ky June 3 Reuben OI1I aged about 25 years was acciden tally shot In tho loft leg by a gun In the hands of a young lady as a result of which his leg was amputated at the knee joint lie was calling on Miss Minnie Low ry when the subject of burglars came up and she declared that some one had been prowling around lately It was suggested that the shofgun be loaded She held tho gun while he loaded It and In attempting to close the breech It exploded wounding Gill in the leg The young lady her sister and her mother are prostrated by the affair COMMANDERINCHIEF BLACK His Invitation To the Confederate Re union Withdrawn Louisville Ky Juno 3oen John C Black commanderinchlet of tho 0 A R will not be invited to attend the reunion of Confederate Veterans In this city June 14 15 and 16 John W Green introduced a resolution at the meeting of the executive committee la charge of the reunion authorizing Gen John B Castleman to ask Gen Black to come but after a prolonged discus slon Mr Green withdrew his motion Brccklnrldge Castleman has arranged to feed 10000 people at the barbecue and burgoo feast to bo given June 16 at Western park IN A BATH ROOM John Fesler of Nevada Suddenly Expired at Mount Sterling Mount Sterling Ky Juno 3John Cosier 61 years old of Gold Fields Nevada died suddenly here He was In a bath room preparing to take a r bath when he fell to the floor and ex Aired from acuto Indigestion He was a native of this county but went weed several years ago engaging In the mining business He was a brother of Joel Fesler the horseman and was vIsIting at his home when he died He was widely known over the south and west Mob Violence Feared Frankfort Ky June 2To prevent the carrying out of threats of violence by a mob to Bob Baker a negro of the town Gov Beckham had him trans ferred from the jail to the state penl entlary for safe keeping Baker Is alleged to have offered an Insult to the wife of Pete Baxter a white man Ho struck Baxter with a saw and was given a sentence In tho city court A delegation of negroes called on the governor and asked him to protect Ba her Assessments Raised Frankfort Ky June 2The state board of equallatzlon passed on four counties as follows Bullltt increased 6 per cent Barren 10 per cent and Jreathitt 25 per cent all on lands and personalty The assessment of Casey county was accepted without change Papa Will Forgive Greenup Ky June 2Coonrad Harr has returned from Cincinnati whero he searched In vain for his 15yoaroltl laughter Miss Cora Harr who eloped with a young man named Edward Joggs Mr Harr says he will withdraw nil opposition to their marriage It thoy will return homo No Time Behind the Bars Winchester Ky June 2The Har glues and B F French who were arrested charged with complicity In the Marcum murder and Mom Feltner and Sam Fields have walked the streets In the daytime apparently without guards They stuyvd at the jail building at night Veteran Pilot Is Dead Newport Ky June 3Andrew L Pierce 74 One of the bestknown pilots along tho Ohio river died at his home 314 West Fifth street He was the oldest in point of service of all tha Newport pilots and was the last of three brothers all of whom were pl lots Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky June 2on the tobacco breaks the burley offerings reached 356 hhds and the dark offer ngs numbered 112 hhds Burley ranged In price from 425 to 14 while dark varied from 350 to 7- The market was satisfactory Is Made Superintendent Lexington Ky June 5J A Wath en of Louisville has been appointed supervisor of the Kentucky Distillers and Warehouse Co and headquarters will be moved from this city tovLous v111e Found Dead In Bed Newport Iy Juno 6W S Hedg or 37 was found dead in bed at his home 10 West Front street Hedger- Is a toolmhker and lives with his wid owed mother Coroner HIggins believes hlsxdeath was duo to heart trou blo Boys In Stabbing Affray Lexington Ky June 5ha a fight at Spoarsvlllo this county Will Scott cut and dangerously wended Walter Price a son of E E rTiJo They are 19 and 1C years old respectively Scott was arrested ojid placed in Jail hero c u d r Spring Goods WE HAVE THE NEWEST MOST COMPLETE AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS IN BEREA Spring Goods Are In DRESS GOODS MOHAIRS SERGES FRENCH MADRAS SILK MULLS SILK WAISTING GINGHAMS ORGANDIES LAWNS PERCALES DRESS LINENS OPERA CREPE AND SUMMER SUITINGS OF ALL KINDS ARE FOUND HERE IN THE LATEST STYLES WE HAVE THE NEWEST NOVELTIES IN THE POPULAR SHADES OF BLUES AND BROWNS OUR STOCK OF WHITE GOODS is COMPLETE IN ALL THE NEW STYLE PATTERNS COYLE HAYES s HHHH I I I I I I I I I I I I H I I I I I I I IH I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I H Eastern Kentucky News no corteipoaaence pnbliihed unleu tined In fun by the writer The name li not tor publication but n an eridcnce ol good lath Writ plalalr 1ttIII1W1tit afc1tttIt 4 4 6 Mr ami Mrs C A Jones entortain ml Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Stephen McFarlnnd and Mr and Mrs Ben Friend After a pleasant converse lunch was served and the guests departed for their homes in the city Jetfcronville Ind Star MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS June 2Our Sundayschool at tendants regret that our Superinten dents Messrs Clark and DeBaun cannot be with us any more after com mencement Lizzie Maupiii lots returned from a few days visit with Mr and Mrs Joe Maupin beyond Kingston Mrs Lizzie Baker and daughter of Lexington have been visiting Mrs Irvine Baker the past week Rufus Stevens has sold his farm near Potts mill to Jake Hern don and ho and his family will ro move to Ohio shortly where they will reside in the future Misses Ida and Lizzie Maupin spent Tuesday night with Mrs Thana McKee hanIcarl Adams spent Saturday night of last week with Sallie Bush Misses Delia Williams and Sallie Bush were the guests of Misses Mag gie and Pearl Adams Sunday Miss Mary Wilson was the guest Sunday of Miss Vesta Pitman at Mote MOTE Juno uHudson J Powell who hits been very ill for the past three months is able to be out again Missus May Jackson and Edna Moody aro visiting Mrs Jennie Brown at Lowoll Garrard county Mrs Fun nit Uucker called on Miss Ida FHnchum Saturday evening John II Jackson who poisoned himself accidontly Saturday May 20was not objected to live but there arc some hopes of his recovery at this time George and Whit Moody from Paint Lick visited their sister Mrs Lucinda Jackson last Monday JolT Jnokson who has been in Hamilton Ohio for the past threo years has returned homo Mr Jackson was called home on account of his fathers illness Charlie Lewis says that ho is a candidate for matrimony PEYTONTOWN Juno GRev G L Campbell preached at Marble Creek 8UUl y Josephine the infant of Mr and Mrs Bert Campbell who was rev ported very ill last week fell asleep in Jesus Saturday Juno 3 The remains wore placed in the family burying ground SundayRobert I Newman anti Mrs Allena I Rico spout a few days with Mrs Rices r mother this weekUov Green Miller will preach for us Sunday for the benefit of the Sundayschool Childrens DuyMiss Mary V White was in Richmond last week Mrs Pearl Merritt spent a few days i with relatives in Paint Lick last ookRev G D Miller passed through Saturday morning en route 11 c for Crab Orchard to fill his regular appointment Miss Addell Phelps h visiting in Richmond and Valley View this week OWSLEY COUNTY GAB BAR0 June 3Fine weather for work nowThe farmers ore all nearly over the first time with their corn and starting over the second time Tom Minter of Booneville purchased 1 a fine mare from J L Gabbard Fri dayMike Gabbard of Buffalo was hero Friday buying corn Daniel Robinson who started in to work for C B Moore this summer has quit him Albert Gabbard sot H H Rico fifty and three fryin chickens last Saturday C B Gab burl has got his big new ground hoed out and has started over again There will be n debate at the school house Saturday night The subject is Resolved which should receive the most honor from his country Washington or LincolnC B Moore was at Booueville last week on business R W Minter was hero after his farming ia- tplementsLetcher Gabbard who has been attending school at Buck horn lust winter got a second class certificate The Indian Creek base ball team is minus n ball ground this season They were getting into fume practice Meredith Gabbard was their captain last fall He is living in Hamilton Ohio now They de feated every team they played against beating Booneville twice There has been u Sundayschool started ut this place with good suc cess It opens at 2 oclock r M Humor ORB PhilosophyB- y DUNCAN H SMITH SHE BEATS HIM The busy little microbes lurk Within the Ice cream plate For victims choice on whom to work For rare and Juicy bait A city father suits them bet They like to land below hIs vest A man may weigh a ton or so And havea seven font waist But Mr Microbe laysilm low Without remorse or haste lie dances like a circus pup To see Goliath double up glaueWithlie leads poor man a merry race And drives him to despair Just when you think he Is afar lie hits you a most playful jar It we could meet him face to face We would that germ advise To let alone the human race And take one of his size We are not stringing Its a cinch That hell bump up against Judge Lynch But there Is one he cannot beat Who always queers his same The trail young lady pale and sweet Appears to leave him tame Shell eat him by the peck and score And gently holler xr some more Humor an3 PhilosophyB- y DUNCAN M SMITH PERT PARAGRAPHS There may be some thing In the world inure annoying luau the borrow ing neighbor but there are eunle who think that they have not discovered It yet Fortune knocks at a mans door but once but misfortune has a way of dropping around with distressing regu larity It Is remarkable what a soothing effect the ixjssesslon of an Easter Lint has upon a woman and also remark able that It has the opposite effect upon her husband Business la business cs ept when It Isnt Easiness Some men do not see bow any one can tall to be happy who has got so far along In life that ho has a smoking jacketWhat Is the more remarkable about the Japanese success It that they have curried Ou their war without the aid of the Missouri mule Misery loves company If the com pany has the price of a drink Moral suasion Isnt much of a factor In the school of experience In the days of peace prepare for more peace j Boarding houssare doing a good I work for which they receive little crud It They frequently drive men to matri many At the Bridge Comes the sigh of south wind light Blowing over blossom white Tossing petals to the skies Angel wings for paradise Trills the bird a carol clear Knowing that his mate will hear What earn he for other things Than her gentle brooding wings alongdwhitege River wind and bird and flower Feel the magic of the hour And I goring In your eyes Drift away to paradise Needed CoinjThey eloped but the old folks called them back and gave them their bless ingI suppose that pleased them Yes but they couldnt go to house keeping on It Distance Lends Enchantment Jive Browfllee la very proud of the fact that one of ber ancestors was a pirate Pshaw Mrs Shooks father was an alderman and she doesnt say anything about It Contrary- I presume ho would have asked her sooner It be bad known she would ac cept film BO readily Xo be wouldnt have asked her at all If be had surmised she was anx ious Utility She Is going to marry a Russian nobleman What Is her Idea I guess she thinks she can use his name as a can opener Sign of One or the Other He wore an ancient suit of clothe Ills shabby coat was rent We knew he was a millionaire Or wasnt worth a cent Comes Near It line thinks he has discovered perpetual motion Got a set of wheels and pullles No he tins been watching a mort gage draw Interest One Is Enough We have heard of the seven ages of man but what are the seven ages of womenWomen have only one ageyouth A Gentle Hint i Did she tell the young man ho need not call any morel No but she ate onions for supper just before he called Couldnt Work In the Dark Can you change a fifty dollar billr How can I teU7 I never saw ono AmbusYniliir Whltelavr Held Whltolaw Held the successor of Joseph II Cboate as ambassador to Eng land was born at Xeulu 0 la 1837 educated at Mluuil university anti gout ed Ills first reputation as a war cor respondent during the civil war lie succeeded Horace Orceley ns editor or time New York Tribune In 1872 lu the thirty four years that he was editor of the Tribune he was honored with a nomination for vice president with ap pointment as minister to Franco as tipeolnl ambassador at Queen Victorias Jubilee and King Kdwards coronation and as n meinlwp of the awes commis aloe which negotiated time treaty of 1arlt between Spain nod the United States In ISnS Tlir Culllnnii Dlnmunil The Culllimn diamond was found on the Mltli of lust January on the Pre mier diamond mine near Pretoria In the Transvaal South Africa by the mine mannger Fred Wells He saw time rays of the setting mil reflected from a projecting corner of the dia mond high tip on the mine fern climb ed up till blink and taking his packet knife succeeded In digging It out In the rough the diamond weighs 3021 carats or about l4 pounds In ernl dimensions It Is 4 by 2Vi Indies Hy a device of the engraver u likeness of the diamond itself presented and upon or within It a photograph Is re produced which dhows Mr Well bold lug the precious stone lu his hand The diamond was Insured for f2t000 for shipment to England but val uatlojis as high as f10000000 have been placed upon It It Is the largest diamond lu the world and Considered the most valuable Jt Is impos sible for n man to forget Unit lIe Is n gentleman It he never wai one When time wolf comes fooling around the door of a huutlcr he will capture the beast and sell Its scalp for tile price of a few square me- alsIMDIGE5TION I was troubled with atom- ash trouble Tbedfordr stack goodIItots medicine I took In a 7runs BAIIIJi B BUIRFIELDBlUtUUl lad Thedfordt Dlack Draught quickly invigorates the acv and cures even chroiiio cases of indigestion If you will a small dose Thed fords Black Draught occa slonally you wilt keep your perfect THEDFO- RD5lAlDRAUiHT Wore sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfords Black Draught not only rev gloves constipation but cures dlarrh a and dysentery mid keeps the bowels regular AU droggliti tell Uetot packages BlackDraught cine to tho bowels I have ever usedMRS- A M GRANT Soeads Ferry N 0- C0IISTIPATIOIy 1 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